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Dry, inolHt, Hcaly tottur, all form
or oozoiim or milt rliuiim, plinploa
und othor oittuiiumtH eruptloiiH pro.
oeocl from humorM, tillliur Infiurltcil,
or tuuiiilroil through ilufoollvu tl.
KstIo mul iihkIiiiIIuMoii.
To trout tlitwo oriiptlonn with
drylnj? nitxllolntw In (luiigormiH,
Tlio thing to do 1h to Uko
Which tlioroiiKlilyolomiHotho Wood,
oxpollliiff nil liiiinorH mul building
up tlio wholo system. They ctiro
UwmI'i Harianarllla irmanrutlr turnl J,
(I. Hlnaa, I'urikt, III,, of Miami, from wlilcb
lie had etiffarH for lotm llinai ami MIm
AUlm Volr. Iloi 111. Alifnu.. Wit . nt ,,!.,,
ple on her f ami dark ami f huM akin on
Ucr iHhlr, br wlileli ilin had bn rrratlr
troubled Tliere are mora Untlmonlale In
Urur of llood'e linn ran la (xiblliliad.
Hood's Onmnpnrllln promlsoa to
euro n nil koopr tho promlso.
Don't toll n Chicago man thai liln
oily ha loHfi tlmii threo million popu
lation unlit you nro prepared lo
fight. Iloomers of tliu I.ako City havo
rcorganlied their Two Million Club,
nvchrlstened It tho Thrco Million Club,
donned their nggri'sslvit club buttons
iiml promised nllcglanro to tho club
constitution, which prtivldes that each
iiiitmbor must clnlm nt nil time tlmt
Chicago lim at least tlirco million pco'
CITQ rtf m.ntniif v arm. rafllDrnamniina
II 10 anrflfilda)r'aMiirir.Kllii'tlitlMrrre
!i,",W,4 rf ' ItUII'HllaanillrMillM.
In. It. II. Kiln, Ud ail A ttli hi . rblladdplila, la.
Nooxoy I'vo hoard n rumor that sho
In to tin uinrrM.
Oh) bache Yes.
Noouiy Who's tho lucky one?
OlilbAcho Neither of thorn. If they
only know It. Philadelphia 1'ross.
CATAIHUI CANNOT IIB ailltKII
VWlh local application, e lhr cannot reetlj
lltaaratiit IbaijlaraM. talarrli It blood ur
vuiiiiitulletialilifcraM.inillii onlar lo cure It
you mutt lak Internal rvmedl.a. Ilall'a Ca
on Ilia blood in4 Murom autlarra, Ilall'a Ca
tarrh Cuie It nut a nuark medlelnr. It wai
prpwilbvd ij una ul Ilia beat ptiyalcUni In UiW
country lur jar, anil liarrmUr turn-rli.tlon.
ItKeuinivaailoltlia tt lonlca known, com
Mned Willi the bt blood lurlflcra. aellnir itt.
reetlr uu lltt rniiroiu turiaraa, tlia perfect
nation ut Ilia two Inerrdlenla la wbatpro
nth wondarlul t nulla In cuilngeautrn,
bend lur Irailmnniali. Irra.
iui irviimumiu., irra.
jr . i , . ,. , n I i,,i I f VIMI
M br ilritjigiiU, iirlr;M.
llallt faullr 1411 ale lb beet.
r.y.i nr.nr.vinru., rrorri., joiooo. o,
ft ........... .'.... .. .
Called Hint Brother.
Ilnrlow I noticed you rolled Trod
"brother." Doom ho below: to aomo ao
orot aocloty that you iloT
Hlmllop I don't bcloiiK to nny bo
orct nocicty. I call lilin brother bo
cnumi my wife onca proinlicd to bo n
alitor to him.
Malhara "III Dnl Mri. Wlnttnw'a Kootbtnc
titruti tha Utt ratfiadr to lur thalr children
rup ijii imii rauia
I twining aaaaon.
An Allccilnr Scent.
Mr. YounRhiiabnnd Unrllni;. you
lmvo been weeping;. What la It, my
Mr. VounKhuiband Homo rndlah!
HOT A SKIN BfSEASE.
It is natural to rub the spot that hurts, and when rheumatic
fialna arc shooting through the joints nnd muscles and they are
nflamed nnd sore, the suiTcrcr is apt to turn to liniments nnd plasters
for relief; and while such treatment may quiet the pain temporarily,
no amount of rubbing or blistering can cure Khcumatism, because it
is not a skin disense, but is in the blood nnd all through the system,
and every time you nrc exposed to tnc same conditions that caused
the first attack', you nrc going to have nnother, and Khcumatism
will last just P3 long as the poison is in the blood, no matter what
you npply externally. Too much acid in the blood is one cause of
Khcumatism; Btomach troubles, bad digestion, weak kidneys and
torpid liver arc other causes
which brine on this painful dis
case, because the blood becomes
tainted with the poisonous mat
ter which these organs fail to
carry out of the system. Cer
tain secret diseases will produce
Khcumatism, and of nil forms
this is the most stubborn and
severe, for it sectus to affect
every bono nnd muscle iu the
body. The blood is the medium
bv which the noisons nnd ncids
nrc carried through the system, nnd it doesn't matter what kind of
Rheumatism you have, it must be treated through the blood, or you
can never get permanently rid of it. As a cure for rheumatic trou.
bles S. S. S, has never been equalled. It doesn't inflame the stomach
and ruin the digestion like Potash, Alkalies and other strong drugs,
but tones un the ccncral health, rrcntly
Joints and the Bore and tender muscles are immediately relieved.
Our special book on Rheumatism will be mailed free to those
desiring it. Our physicians will cheerfully answer all letters asking
for special information or advice, for which no charge is made.
TIIE SWIFT SFCClflC CO., ATUWTAs fUL
'I ben lie (lot I'oollMt,
"No," mild tint now nrrlvnl nt tho
tmnpuntiicm liolol. "I cim't umlnrRlnnd
why all IIioho iioiihIIiIo men tnko thnt
foollah tm iiii overy Hundny inorulnff
to hi;o mo norniit."
"Xurd undnrHtnnd It If you wont
mow?," mild tlio w ho iriicnt. w It h n
wink. "Tho hornilt Is bnrtondcr."
A AHiguliled Thunderbolt
A lllllvlllo luclmni'ii tmvft! "Mrrbt,
iiIiik Htruck it OuorKln inuln In thin
iiolKhborhood tout your. Tho mulo
Hiirvlvod tho ahock, but wo hnvon't
aeon uny IlKhtnliiK around hero aluoo."
Don Curio, tlio prctondor to tho
HimnUli throno, who, It In reported, Ik
prepnred to rollutilith htn clnlinn In
thnt direction, In 03 yearn old, and tho
father of ono aou and threo dniiKhtern.
AccordliiK to the Ht. Jnmea Onxclte, ho
baa frleuda In KiiKland, nnd In dellKht
m Ui ahow them ovor hla wonderful
prlvitte armory nt tho Ilnzr.o l,oroi.nii.
vonico. it im nn uneriunu-d collection.
Outaldo of Mexico thero In n Rcnor
nl ItiipruMMlon that hocntiHo I'rcaldunt
Dlnr I now anveuty-threo yenra old
ho miiRt bo fnllliiK mid lliul nt boat ho
can Innt lull n llttlo tlmo loriRpr. "On
tho contrnry," any n mnn who linn Junt
returned from n buHlnenn trip to tho
nUtor republlr, "hair n tninuto'n talk
with tho Kunernl will dlupol nny auch
notion, lie la of Onxnca Indian
blood, n trlbo noted for lonKovlty and
Ho bad U tho dnmpneaa In Ceylon
that n book will hardly Innt n year.
The moat uxpenalvo cctnorn, made of
the mot perfectly aenaoned wood (
pnrently will warp In Ceylon, nnd nil
Its partn will become uiiRlucd.
For cougbi mid ralili there ii no better
modlclnoiluii 1'lao' Curo for Coniuinp
Whit Hadlum Ilia Done.
Sir Oliver IoiIr protoatn nualnit
tho currant Idea that tho dlacovory of
rndlum In any wny ahakoa tho lonj; nc
reptod lawn of aclenco. On tho con
trnry. It nfllrma thoin, nn tho Instabil
ity of matter which radium proven win
theoretically acquired In tho electric
theory of It conatltutlon, wore true,
and radium complete thla theory In
itcad of deatroytnR It. Hadlum give
ui, In embryo, a trauamutntlon of tho
Jlnfilo I knew that follow, Htorm,
tho comedian, would como to tho front
Woller Well, ho ha. han ho?
"Ye, You romombcr ha uaed to
play tho part of tho hind Icrm of the
elephant In tho pantomlrao?"
"Well, now ho' playing tho front
leKa," K, Y. Dolly Nown.
Oet Mora I'ower From Coat.
Huch Iiiik been tho Improvement In
otmlno bollern and tiro boxen that the
power derived from n pound of coal
today In nearly three time a crcnt aa
It wan fifty years ngo.
8ho Now that I havo openly con
foned my ono Indiscretion to you,
what do you say?
Ho That you havo committed a
aocond. Ilrooklyn Llfo.
UNABLE TO BLEEP AT NIGHT.
Bidney, Ohio, August SO, 1003.
A fow months aso I was feollncr vrosk
and ruu down ana unibla to net alaap at
night. I fdlt extremely bsd.aud alio had
rheuinstlo palm in my Joints and mui
oUa, The uiadlolna I uaod nave tna ouly
temporary rallet at baatl ioieolng;H.H U,
rsootiiniAnriml tor audi trou.
blai, I basin Its uae, and alter taklnar It
for some tlmo was wall planed with the
palna, save ma rarreahlnv sleep and
lit uii iny. arenerai ivatonj, viviur me
atranirtu and energy. It Is a Hood roedl-
cine, without a, doubt, and Z take pleas
uro in ondorilnv it.
R. 1', D. No. I, B. B. BOUQUTON.
stimulates the sluggish organs, and at
the same time antidotes and filters out
of the blood all poisonous acids and
effete nmtter of every kind ; nnd when
S. S. S. has restored the blood to its
natural condition, the painful, feverish
I v,v- ii
I ' SHrm. -PtrrM f All lv Mv m llTi'"- M
veSurs v iii-ivyl!
An liiKcnloiin chemist tin made tho
claim Hint tho nveniK" human belnj
In worth about 18,!I00 from tho chem
ical Htniulpolnt. Ill ciilculntloiin are
biiHi'd on tho fact that tho human
body contain three (kuiiuU nnd tlilr
teen ounce of calcium; and calcium,
Jut now, In worth ?!I00 uu ounce.
Tlio hut (Uncovered and moot dlMmit
of ureal jiluiietn, Neptune, extended
the nolar MVHtcm more than one thou
Hand million mile, l'rof, (JcorKo
Korben In aeeklni; nn even more din
tnnt planet, no coulldently that ho ban
actually named It Victoria, and ho ex
pectn that It will bu found ulwut 10,
000,000,000 mile from the nun.
Cotton icrowliiK ho" lately attracted
mticli lutercHt In rarOKuny, nnd many
liuiulrlen hnvo been nddreiKcd to our
CoiiHtil at AhuiicIoii about American
cotton kIu, lireNHex, tire, billing, nnd
no forth. Thu native cotton of 1'nra
Kimy crown on tall liunben, approach
ItiK tho nlxe of aninll tree, and In con
aeiucntly dllllcult to (tick. Tlirno
litiatien (irotluco during from aoven to
ten yearn. Tho i(Uentlou of planting'
American cotton hi l'nrnBuny la under
A new llluinlnatlnj.' material ban
becu dlicovcrwl by Herman Hlau, tho
lluviirluu clicmlst It U made from
oil K'. Hi" n proccan of rvctlucatloii
tho metliium and hydrogen contained
In It are neparatetl from tho k'na, and,
by n premium of 40 ntmoaihere, nro
reduced to tlio liquid form, In ateel
receiver. Tho now compound can bo
lined lu tho placo of petroleum, alco
hol and acetylene, nnd It la Raid to
Klvo a light of it lieatitlful color, pref
erable to that of tho electric light
Tlio German government ha erected
a new HgbthoUM? on Helgoland, lu
which a return ban been mndo from
tho 1'reinel lenae and prlnmn of oth
er modern lighthouse to tho old form
of parabolic reflector with a power
ful Illumination in tlio focua. Tho Il
luminator I mi arc-light, with a cur
rent of UI auipercn. and nn eatlmnted
ciindlo ower of 30,000.000. The re
volving reflector nro purnbollc glaaa
mirror, allrered on tlio back, and no
protection agalnat the weather la pro
vided In frout of tho light
l'rof. It II. Thurston, of Cornell
Uulvemlty, call attention to a curlou
vitrlety of ulckel-atccl alloys, recently
Invented In France, which ho think
may havo more Imiwrtaiico for tho
world than tho form of nickel-steel
thnt hn given ua tho modern armored
huttlcahlp. Tho new alloya nro prac
tically noil-dilatable that la, their dl
inuiiMlona do not niter with ordinary
changes of temperature. Thus n pen
dulum of constant length can bo made,
and already the new material la em
ployed In making clock and watches
to run true in both winter and sum
mer. V'or measuring Instruments of
precision, llko thorm employed in geo
detic surveys, theao alloys nro partic
ularly suited. Tho luventor, Monsieur
(iulllaumc, Is also experimenting with
ntckel-nteel us a substltuto for tho car
bon filament of the ordinary Incandes
FOUND IN ACURIQ 8HOP.
Htrunco Itecoverr of Family Hellc
After Kilty-three lain.
Truth. Is stranger than fiction, to re
vert to tho time-honored and worn
phrusu und If ever nu incident proved
It tho experience of a Chicago woman
lu New Orleans recently does so to n
satisfying extent. Llko many who
como down from east und west, she
tlmt wanted to seo Krvnch market and
then alio made u happy, fanatical tour
of tho curio and second-haud shops
nnd pnwn shops for souvenirs, says
tho Now Orleans Times-Democrat.
Slio thought she wanted pearls and
corals und Jeweled daggers and ono
nfteruoon nliout u week ngo, with
these luring her along tho quaint, sun
ny length of tho "uuuner," alio enter
ed n shop dingy, dusty nnd of de
lightful promise. In tho process of
"nosing" about with n veiled eyo for
"nuds" sho came upon n broken pinto
tilled with old-rnshloned bcuI und be
gan half Idly picking them over. Pres
ently sho chanced upon ono for a fob
peculiarly odd, a beauty of antiquity,
with lA heavy carved gold ring. "I'll
lot you huvo that very cheap," tho
man said. "It's it locket ns well an'
has a piece of hair Insldo. It's funny
Bort of hair, gold and brown, nu al
ways scemn to mo llko it'u alive. I
can't sell It and that hair In It. Most
pcopla don't want to keep hair and
won't tako It out becauso It's bad
luck. Tho ring has soino letters cut
on It, you bco. It. W. W."
"It. W. W.," exclaimed tho lady,
"my brother's Initials; how strangol"
"Well you nro tho tlrst person I'vo
ovor been nblo to find that bad 'cm
In any part of tho family. Nobody
wnuts to buy It. I'll lot you get a
bargain on It. I'd havo molted tho
ring tor gold long ago,, but I never
could gtt up tho courngo to tako out
that thero hair. Hoiiichow.lt wouldn't
Tho woman opened the locket nnd
there wan tlio llttlo shining curl wim.
lug Mill lo vibrato with n beautiful
freah llfo tlmt must have crumbled to
dust many yearn since.
"Well, I'll come In beforo I go und
see," slio snld, and went on her search
for pearl. Hut tho thing haunted her
and finally Impelled her, so slio says,
to write lo her brother describing It.
"If you want tho thing I'll bring It to
you," she wrote. Ho sent her nn Im-;
mediate reply. "Oet the ring nt nil
costs. Mother says It Is father's nnd
the lialr that of his mother. It was !
given to him with her blessing when
ho was a boy nnd ho had treasured It
I'lfty-threo years ago tho father had
come south to Mobile und tho seal
fob with Itn locket had been stolen
by it siicrstlt!ourt black, who, dlscov-,
erlug tho hair, was afraid of tho III-1
luck nnd n possible hoodoo and left I
it In a bundle an tho doorstep of that I
samo old curio shop. j
Ho flfty-threo years afterward' tho j
granddaughter found by accident the !
precious llttlo relic, preserved for her
until now by tho Intangible protection
of tho glinting curl of hair.
SHE KNEW J08H ALL RIGHT.
Title Wltneea Not at AH Kelnclant to
"Now, madam," said tho counsel for
tho defendant to it llttlo, wiry, black
eyed tldgety woman, who had Iwcn
summoned In n case, "you will plcaso
give your evidence In as few words as
possible. You know the defendant'"
"Know who I"
"Tho defendant Sir. Joiihua Ilaggr
"Josh lingg? I do know him, and
I knowed his father before him, nnd
I don't know nothln to tho credit of
either of 'em, nnd I don't think"
"Wo don't want to know what you
think, madam. I'lensc say 'yes or 'no'
to my questions."
"Do you know Mr. Joshua Hags?"
"Don't I know him, though. You
ask Josh liagg If ho knows me. Ask
hltn If ho knows anything about try
lug to cheat a poor widow like mo out
of ISJ. Ask"
"JI a da m. I"
"Ask him whose orchard he robbed
last and why ho did It in the night?
Ask bis wife, lletsy Hngg, If she
knows anything nbout sllppln' Into a
neighbor's Held aud mllkin' three cows
on tho sly. Ask"
"I.00U here, madam "
"Ask Josh Itagg about that uncle of
hi that died In prinon. Ask him about
lettln' his (tore old mother dlo In tho
workhouse. Ask Iletsy Hngg nbout
putting n big brick Into a lot of butter
sho sold last spring"
"Madam. I tell you"
"See If Josh Hagg knows anything
about feeding ten head of cattlo on all
tho salt they could eat, and then let
ting them swill down all the water
they could hold, Just 'foro ho drlv
them Into town and sold 'cm. See
what ho' got to say to that!"
"That has nothing to do with the
case. I want you to"
"Then thero was old Azrael Hagg,
own uncle to Josh, got kicked out of
his native town, aud lietsy Uagg's own
brother got ketcbed iu a neighbor's
henhouse at midnight. Ask Josh"
"Madam, what do you know nbout
"I don't know a llvln' thing 'about
It, but I'm sure Josh Hagg Is guilty,
whatever It Is. Tho fact Is. I'vo owed
them Haggse a grudge for the hist
llfteen years, nnd I got myself called
up on purpose to get even with 'em,
and I feel I've done It." Ixjndon Tit
Hits. Tlio Droani Hook Man.
"Have you got uny of those fool
dream books?" said a short, stout man
entering it dowu-towii aecoud-huud
"J.0I8 of 'cm." replied the salesman,
tossing over u pile of paper-covered
books, with demons lu red and black
I adorning tho front pages.
"My avrvaut girl wants them," ex
plained tho man, half apologetically
"J.'es," snld the salesmau, looking
Th niau selected three of the lwoks,
one on dreams, one on fortune telling,
and ouu on handkerchief flirtations,
paid for them, and weut away.
"His eervuut girl wants them," snld
tho salesman to it friend. "The old
gag. Ho wants them himself, ami h
tislutmcd to ask for them,
"We get several dozens of that kind
In here every week. They are crazy
over dream books and fortune-telling
books, und all that kind of thing, but
they aro so afraid someone will know
"Almost every ono of them blames
the poor servaut. That's tho most pop
ular bluff. They laugh, and say they
don't know why the servant wants
them, but they supopso they'd hotter
humor her. .
"Then they take the books homo and
read them by tho hour. When they've
flnlalied them they como back for
"It's best to let them think they nro
fooling you, for we sell rnoro books
that way," Chicago Inter-Ocean.
"Two years ago my hair was
filling out badly. I purchased a
bottle of Aycr'c Hair Vigor, and
soon my hair stopped comlngout,"
Mies Minnie Hoover, Paris, III.
Perhaps your mother
had thin hair, but that is
no reason why you must
go through life with half
starved hair. If you want
long, thick hair, feed it
with Aycr's Hair Vigor,
and make it rich, dark,
If your dmgzltt cannot mmiljr yoo,
etnd ua on dollar and wo will ezpreti
jou a Lottie, lie ears and ele the name
of younearfatexnreaaonlce. AMrttt,
The Summer "Cottage."
Tho summer "cottage" on tho sea
shore Is tho selected place of nfl
others for thoso who havo nothing to
do, who have no derlro to do It. and
nn abundanca of tlmo In wilch to do
It. Thero aro tens of thousands of
thorn, in a circle of t. score or two of
miles about New York. Many of them
aro occupied year after year by their
owners, nnd many others are built for
lease, and see a new tonant each sea
son. Now York Letter.
Protecting nooks In Chins.
"We hnvo to varnish all our books in
my country," sold n Chinese; "other
wise they would soon bo oaten Into a
Kiny powder by a llttlo black insect,
III10 n beotle. that takes to books as
a cat takos to nshos. Evorybody In
China, whan he receives n consign
ment of books from Europe or Amer
ica, mixes a little pot of varnish at
onco and proceeds to coat his books
with It This fluid Is a perfect pro
tection; It Is made of creosoto Canada
balsam, resin, spirit of wine and mas
tic." Philadelphia nccord.
Juit Before the Scrap.
Wife I wonder how they make
those parlor matches?
Husband Tho process Is very sim
ple. I onco made one.
Wife Indeed! How did you man
Husband Dy first making a fool of
mysolf In your mother's parlor during
our courtship. Chicago News.
Little Liver Pills.
Must oar Signature of ,
Sf Poc-Slmlle Wrapper Beteir.
Try taull ad aa easy
te) tska as recur.
FOR TORPID LIVER. '
FOR SALLOW SKIN.
Foray Test taiilov'W
CURE SICK HEADACHE..
"Mr wife faa4 plmpleaou her face, but
(he baa been Ukln CASCAltm-S and thar
hare all dUappeared. I bad been troubled
with coasiliuuou (or some time, but alter tali-
,n,l!tu8. nr?' CascV? ' bT had no trouble
with this aliment. We cannot apeak too bleb
tyorrasoaretf." Knsu Wautuah,
iuo uormmQwn Axe., rausaeipnia, e.
Flaaaant. Palatable, fount, Taite Oood. Bo
Bood. H.f.rUlck.u, Weak.u.or QilpeTlOc. Ke.iSk
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
KwWM -Ml C.aMV Cl, MMlntI, T. m
MCLT0.I1B Hold and enarauteed br alldrnr.
IBJn teat wniii ii 1151 iaiij. ra
El Beat Ooiuh Bjnip. I'aatoe Good. Ua Hi
Ca Ultima. Sold by drnraUU. jilt