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The Itch Fiend
That is Suit Uheuin, or lmmi ono
of tlio outward nmuifeatattoii o( scrof
ula. It come in itching, 1mrning, ootng,
drying, and scaling patchta, on thofaiv,
bond, hand, legs or lmd .
It onnnot l cored bv outward appli
cations the blood must Im rlil ot the
Impurity to which it is tiue.
Has cured tlio most persistent and ill Ill-
nil t caw. Accept no substitute for
Hood's no substitute nets liko it.
Not Strikingly Noble.
"So yonr daughter is going to marry
"W1 answered Mr. Oiimrox;
"he'd cnly a nobleman by profession.
ljrronally I must ray ho strikes mo as n
pretty common sort." Washington
"Did you call at Koxtnr'a honso?"
Inquired, tho young doctor's wife.
"Vim. and 1 wish he had sent for me
"Gracious! Is he seriously ill?"
"Quito tho revreso. I'm afraid lio'll
be all right again Lofore I got iu a half
8100 KKWAItn SHOO.
Tbe wsiltrs of this paper will be plssied to
jaarn tlmt there is at lrl one tlrrailfU ill aw
mat science has ten nble to cum in all lis
sum, and ibstts catarrh. IUU'i Catarrh i"ure
is i be only jxmUIto cure known to the medical
fratrrnlljr. Catarrh being a constitutional Uis
cat. requires a conitlluitonal trralmrnt.
Hairs Catarrh Cure Is taken Intrmalljr, acting
directly npon the blood ami mucous surfaces
olibe ayitcm. thereby destroying thi founds
Hon ot the dlwas. anJ giving the patient
strencthbr bulMlocup tbe constitution and
luaiiUnscaiureln Ui.lnjr Us work. Tho pro
prtetttrB hare so much faith In Its ctushvt
powers, that they off- On Hundred Itollart
laraareaMthatlt lain to cure. IV od tor Hit
ot tesllasestala. Address
F. J. IHK.VKV A CO., Toledo, a
ItaU's lasaflr Pills ere Ilia boat.
Looking tor a Chance.
Mrs. Gobang This paper says that a
Kansas man sold his wifo for 8.
tiobang I wonder If it will over li
my luek to run across n follow who is
throwing money awayT Now York
Not Too Precipitate.
"Ah, Goorglo, dear," she said to tho
duke, "why don't you go to papa to
day? Dehuaaio dangerous, you know."
"Yea, I realise that," ha replied,
"but I've only known you thro days
and theso got-rlch-qulrk schemes at
ways rcom to bo so risky." Chicago
The Oreat Worry.
Wtary Waggles Are yo interested
In the-o chaluloss bicycles, Tim?
Tired Tim No; tho chainless doc
tho only thing that worries mo.
EUnOPC'8 RICHEST PF1IN0E8&
Certain Distinction Which Denmark's
future Oliectl ittljoye.
Crown Princess. r.otilsn of Denmark,
has the distinction of being the richest
royal prince In Kurope. Sho was left
by her mother, tho late Queen of 8wo
den, a fortune ot 00.000.000 marks
about $10,000,000 In our democratic
dollars -and this legacy, through bo-
Ing wisely Invested, has Increased to
a more linpresslvo sum. The future
Queen of the Danra Is aim tho tall
est of Kuropean royal women and Is
well formed, which compensates some
what for her rather plain facs.
These aro not, however, the only re-
PE-RU-NA lsHT WOMEN
Snys I). M. C. (lee, of Sim Hrnnclsco.
CITO Permanently Cured. N'oSUomerroutne
rl lu nftrr nrstdaj'suwuf Dr.KHnr'sUtral Nrrt
Itr.Kwc. Hnd fr t'rrnftl trial rmtleandlreall
Dr. 1U1I. Kllnf.Ua.. sl ArvtiBU, l'liltdH til, pa.
Asks No More.
Tom I can't help asking my flsneo
occasionally why slio loves mo,
Dick Mo, loo. Mino aways give
mo n very satisfactory answer.
Tom That so? What does slio say?
Dick BecauBO. Philadelphia Public
"Pa." said tho boy, looking tip from
bin book, "what does a man's 'bettor
half, mean?" "Usually, my son,"
repliod his father from behind tho
evening paper, "she means exactly
what slio says."
i rniMcrjin ixiuisk or ur.-tUAnr.
Just as (Jood.
Elderly Cuitoraer Havo you any
prepniatlons that will vradleato wrin
kles? Conscientious Drngglst No, ma'am,
but wo have a preparation that will All
thorn up. Chicago Tribune.
The Real Thing.
"How cultured and polished that
Mrs. Kaxamms is."
"I know it. Whenever a person
sings anything sho always calls it ten
dering it, doesn't she?" Chicago
A Permanent Cure.
Hodge You mean to say that Chris
tian r-clenee curod you?
Hodge Of appendlctlt?
Podge No. Of Christian Science.
PIso's Cure U a good couch medicine.
It has cured couchs and colds for forty
yean. At druggists, 25 cents.
Ready for Caster.
Deacon Cobbs William, if your
father sohuld hate f 10 and some one
should give him 5, what would he
William Nothing; but ma would
bavo a new hat. Chicago News.
To Honor Great Philosopher.
There is a project of erecting a mon
ument to tho philosopher Kant In Ber
lin to bo unvieied on tho occasion of
the hundredth anniversary of his death
Branson I don't see why jou should
bo so angry at your son for marrying.
We havo to make allowances for the
young you know.
Munson Confound it, that's what
I'm kicking about 1 I not only havo to
mako an allowance for him, but now
I'll havo to make one for his wife, too.
Wife dives Him Pie.
"I rathor enjoy being without a
hired girl." "Why so?" "Because
I can always coax my wife to give ma
pie for breakfast." Philadelphia
spect In which Louise, crowu princess
of Denmark, Is notlcrahlo among wo
men with royal blood In their veins.
As tho mother of no less than eight
'children, alio would hsve the hearty
approral of President Iloosevelt,
I whose good opinion, by tho way, Is
beginning to he valued on the other
, side of the water even by roynltlcn.
Thu crown prliteei has four sous and
four daughters, tho youngest of them
all being little Prince Dsgniar, who
was Iwrn In 1MK).
Moit of the mother's fortune will
pass to tho nrlnceiM' eldest son. Prince
I Christian, who married In 1SUS Prin-
ecus Alexandria, slstrr or tnc
reigning grand duke ot Mecklenburg
HchweTln. Tho crown princess' accond
son. Prince Charles, ntso Is a benedict.
He espoused, In 18JKJ, Princess Maud
of Waloa, tho youngest daughter of
King Kdward VII.
A constantly Increasing riuinlHir of
physicians proscrlbo Poruna In tholr
It has proven Its merits so thorough
ly that oven the doctors havo overcome
their prejudice against no rullod patent
medicines and recommend It to their
"I Adviso Women to Use Poruna,"
Sayit Dr. (leo,
Dr. M. 0. (Jon Is mm of the physi
cians who enilorso Poruna, In n letter
written from olil Jones street, Han
Francisco, Cal., ho says:
"There is a koiihniI objeclon on tho
part of tho practlt lug physician to ad
vocate patent medicines, hut when any
ono medlolno cures hundreds of people,
it demonstrates Its own valtio and does
not mx'tl tho endorsement of tint preten
sion. "Pcrunn linn performed so many
wonderful cures In San I'rancMco that
I am convinced that It lsanluablo
remedy. I havo frequently advised
Its uio for women, its I find It insures ,
regular rind painless menstruation,
cures Icucorrhocn and ovarian troubles
and builds up tho entire system, t
I alio consider U uuo of tlio llnost ca
tarrh remedies I know of, I heartily
endorse your medicine," M. C. (lee,
Mrs. K. T. Gaddls, Marlon, N. C, Is
one of Dr. Hartiuan'a grateful patients.
Sho consulted him by latter, followed
his directions, and Is now able to ray
"Itcfoto I commenced to tako Poru
na I cold not do any hard work with
out suffering great pain. I took Poru
na, and can say with pleasuro that It
has done more for mo than any other
niixllclno f havo ever taken. Now I
am as well as ever; I do all my own
ork and It never hurts mo at all. I)
rusher jW.ii-ll3rffy '
think Peruna Is a great medlclno for
womankind." Mrs. K. T. Gaddls.
Women aro ev'llly liable to pel
vic catarrh, femaU weakness as it is
Peruna occupies a unique position In
medical science. It Is the only Inter
nal systematic catarrh remedy known
to tho medical profession today. Ca
tarrh, as every one will admit, Is tha
rntiso of ono-haf tho tllsesses which
allllct mankind. Catarrh nod catarrhal
diseases allllct one-half of tho people of
the United Htates.
If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from tho use of I'e
men, write at once to Dr. Ilnrtmnn, giving n full statement of jour case and
he will bo pleased to give you 111 valuable advice grntln.
Address Dr. Ilartman, President of the llartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
"I hear thero was some romance con
nected with your marriage?"
"Nothing romantic about it. Our re
ligious views differed, my wifo main
taining that the only hell there is Is
upon earth, and sho married me to
provo it." Indianapolis Sun.
Whnt He Married On.
"Tom Hlgsinsldo married, you lay,
on $10 a week? That took nervo any
how. What was ho working at?"
"Nothing. It was the girl that was
earning tho $10."
EFFECTS OF MONEY.
A Chant Coining. I
Reporter You aro your own raan
njjnr, aro you not?
Actor I am Just at present, but my
wife is coming back from Kuiopo next I
week. Wmart Sot. I
-Cr XrTmH 1 lirA V '
SPEAKS FOR ITSELF
You know when rich, red blood is coursing through
the veins, for it shows in the brightness of the eye, the
beauty and clearness of the complexion, the smooth, fair
shin, and robust, healthy constitution. It is nood blood
that imparts strength and energy to the body and keeps it in a state o!
healthful ness aud vigor. Good blood is the foundation of good health, and
to be physically and mentally sound it must be kept pure aud untainted.
l'cople witli good bloou possess strong,
steady nerves and are blest with good
appetites and digestion, and enjoy
cound, refreshing sleep. If we could
always maintain the purity of the
blood then wc might enjoy perpetual
health, but it becomes infected and
poisoned and most of the ills that afflict
humanity and undermine the constitu
tion are caused by an impoverished
or polluted condition of this vital fluid.
' When the blood is diseased the skin
losc3 its healthy appearance, and the
complexion, its freshness nnd beauty
and becomes red and rough and full of
pimples and splotches. Itching, scaly
eruptions, blackheads, boils and rashes
break out upon the body when the
blood is too poor or too thin and acid,
and is not supplying proper nourish
ment to the system. Debility, poor
appetite, bad digestion, restless sleep
and nervousness wure often come from
filurf kk. imnure blood than anv other
cause. To build up the blood, restore its lost properties and make it rich
and nutritious again is the only rational treatment, and the proper way to
get rid of akin troubles. There is no remedy like 8. S, S. to accomplish this
ana it aocs 11 promptly ana luorougniy.
S. S. S. antidotes and removes from tho
blood all poisons and humors, and restores
it to a normal, healthy condition, and in
vigorates aud tones up the general health.
When rich, red blood is again flowing
through your veins all oktn eruptions
disappear, the appetite improves, the complexion clears and you get rid of
those miserable depressing feelings and nervousness, and enjoy once more the
blessings of good health, S. S. S. is nature's remedy for all blood and skin dis
eases. It contains no minerals whatever, but is guaranteed purely vegetable.
Write for free book, No charge for medical advice or other Information
desired WE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, Ot.
Xrss in wntched health) my blood
was In bad order, my Kama bslntr
very much ulcerated. I began tha use
of fl. S. 8., and In a remarkably abort
time waa sound and well. My appe
tite iacraaaed wonderfully and my
food agreed with me. Z think It la a
fine family medicine.
XBS. X. XL DAVIDSON.
"Box tbrea years X had Tetter cm my
hands. I'art of the time the disease
waa In tbe form of running; sores,
very painful and oauslnr ma muob
discomfort. JTour doctors said tbe
Tetter bad progressed too far to be
cured, and they could do nothing for
me. I took only three bottlea of 0.S.S.
and waa completely eured. This was
fifteen yeara ago, and X have never
slnoe aeon any sign of my old trouble.
ana. i. . jxqkbou.
807 8t. Paul It.. Kansas Oltr, Km.
Interestlas Hlndy of Remit of Inher
ited Wealth en Vanillic.
An Interesting contribution to the
study of the effects of money on fam
ilies can be made by any person of
statistical Inclinations who will take
tho trouble to trace out for a few
generations the history of a score or
two of our very rich families, and
learn what effect the acquirement of
a big fortune by any Individual Ameri
can has Imd on the divorce record of
that Individual and tils descendants. It
Is early yet to get results that would
prove much, because moat of the great
i American fortunes are pretty1
now; hut already tendencies) wvin toj
! ho showing thoiusdres which It would ,
bo worth while to Irnco back. Thero I
nro hollered to be almut l,000 million
aires In tho United Htates; enough to
give a statistician an ample Held to
work In. A fortune sulHcIcut to make
life easy and comfortable la probably
a promoter of domestic happiness, but
still It seems llkelr that rich rieonlo or.
1 their descendants get mom divorces
i than poorer jK-ople ilo. In tho tlmt,
place, liolrs and helresse aro more ex-'
I posed to tho wiles of the dealgnlng
than tho scions of poverty, ami for
that reason aro .Home what inorii likely
to mako unwise ttianiagtit. Again, the
rich, as a rule, hare mora Iclstiro than
tho poor, aro not so steadily nnd effec
tively disciplined by work, nro lew
safeguarded by a wholesome routine,
, nnd cast about more widely and con-
I tlininiialv for tilMtunrn. Knlnn. m
huretofore, lluds mlschluf still for Idle
hands to do, and some of the mischief
results In divorce. Moreover, tho rich
aro somewhat more used to self-la-dulgenco
and hating their own way
than the poor. Tbey can meet tho ex
pense ot divorce, which Is often con
siderable, can go as far as Is neces
sary, stay thero as long as Is neces
sary to gain dlvorco on convenient
terms; and they can afford to break
up families without fear of want
Many a wife sticks to a bad husband
becnuso she and her children need hla
aupport; many a husband puts up with
an unsatisfactory wife because ho can
not ufford to try a now ono. Divorce,
Hko tho appendicitis operation, la a
luxury, ond comes high. Harper's
A Don Day Dialogue,
"I notice you'vo got your summer
pants on," remarked tho dog fancier.
"Yes," gasped tho exhausted torrler,
"but thoy'ro not very loud; certainly
not ns loud us koiiiu of this hwiboii's
"True. Novorlholess, whnt you need
Wo always' feci sorry for it hoy
whose father Is so rich that hla bous
can't ufford to go barefooted In summer.
I Ifl'C Tti r'!4 " Nurpnrttr ami Ka.trn
UUII.0 rfUlhct.nl. Hi. Iltilli.il.. Ililrkl...
Hunk or Tin. Alljwur nKhtiwr will nl
II ril sir for WHIM ami Mir la irmli I. A
illl.l.trri K I'll, flumi if, l auibrtJf llfetk,
REJEnSON MAoiuNOJY DO.
(MtltrtMors to John IWl)
I'ftot al .MorrlMM htrnl, CorlUnJ. Orcron
Ilia K1I Ka.ollnr I nslno- A ehll.1 ran run II
ValTr and all wnrklns parts rmsrr.1 up 1 h
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r?fi,,f.f?552 l,iv?e.0 " taking two ,
OASl'AHKTH. This I am sura lias caused my '
r,J.'",l!,h ,or ,n" P" ' Jests 1 am still
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