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At any rate, you seem to be
netting rid of It on auction-sale
principles: "going, going,
g.o.n-cl" Stop the auction
with Aycr's Hnlr Vigor. It
chccksfalllngliolr, and always
restores color to gray lialr. A
splendid dressing also. Sold
for over sixty years.
" Mr htlr turn, out to h4lr I nrlr lotl II
II, I Jim Ii.miI ta laiioh lml Af ' ILlr
VlKpr I liouM I wuul.l l It lilil, f nM
n .mill foenpl.l.lr u..1 Hi. ralllnt, nii
iii.il mr tilr rw j.i. itfWjr-iiAHt II.
Mule br J, O. A.r Ga , I.ow.11, Nui,
A). a BinufwUiin f
W f O CM.K8Y PTCTOIAU
1 1 win i opb al
A llnlantirxt Aixiiimit.
"A fair exchange In iu lobbcry." Bo
the text-book Imvii taught im, ninl
now another Inatance, limited by tlio
New Viirk Tribune, arises to lllustrato
tlio proverb (incur. An American, well
known for hi wealth, rrrelvea Innu
merable. Mtrr asking Mm to aub
critic to charities, and often, when
tho credentials of (lin project seem itu
Won, lio tin Id refuse.
Not long ago lie linil n letter from
I,omlon, signed by nn unfamiliar'
name. "Knowing nn I do our gener
osity," the stranger wrote, "I have put
yon down for a two-liiiuitrcil-ilollnrnuli
errlptlon to our minora' widows' fund.
Chrtelinn I approaching, mid wo pro
pose to giro n fowl nml n ('hrlatinua
pudding to rnrli mliiur'f willow, on
The uillllonulre replied: "Though I
know nothing of )ni or jour fund, I
rcnK)ml gladly to the rnll you mnko
tion hip. 1, too, am lutwrciti'il In a
charity similar to yours. It le an
American charity, nml since It stand
In iippiI of fmiiU for ft Christina treat
I bare not hesitated to put 7011 down
for subscription of two hundred dnl.
Isrs. Thus no money m-nl pas be
Thn llrTnot W l.nstlni(.
DctitUt That cuitfuuuilml tramp per-
muled in to (It lilin laughing gae ami
attract fuur Urib.
Pelillit Well, when I told Mm that
that would coat him fuur dollar he cat
in the inrrr lia-ba. Houtvrrlll Jour
nal. TIip Infant Terror.
Mra. Itcjriika (to n casual caller)
Why, bow do joti do II'n aiii'li u pity
jrou didn't 001110 a llttin earlier; wo'vo
'Just finished luncheon.
Tommy llejonk (reproachfully) Oh,
ma, nlu't wn coin' to have nn morn?
1 hadn't bad bnlf enough when tlio
doorbell rang nn' you alt Jumped.
HA DIP. ltOIII.NSUN.
J'retty Olrl Hultorcd From Ncrvoiisncsi
and Pelvic Catarrh I omul Quick
It-lipf Hi n '
Mlai Hftdlo Roblmon, 4 ltand atreot,
Maldon, Mt., writes 1
"Pcrunu wna rwoininpudrd to mo
bout a year ago " " excellent remedy
for tlio trouble peculiar to our nox.
ami an I found that nil that wan mild of
1 this niedlclno wai true, I um pleuaed to
1 tudnrae it,
A "I began to use It about soen month
o for weaknesi and ncrvouineu, caused
from overwork and alerptessncss, and
found that In a few days I began to grow
rtnf, my nppttlte increased and I began
to iltep better, consequently my nervouv.
rieM passed away and the weukness In the
Celvlc organs soon dlsappdarcd anp I have
ecn well and strong ever since."
Address Dr. S, li, llartinan, PreaU
dent of the ilartmau Sanitarium, Co
lumbus, 0 for froo medical advlco.
All corresiiondenco strictly confidential.
Couiikfljrup. YaituUottl. bta lJ
In lima. SoM br liranuLU. Hi
tn 'flBJSMWSJSJMg ,, 3&lKBiw&j& I
"Hay, nap, wlmt'a n floatliiK debt?'
"Yuiir motlier 011 licr niiiiiial trip to
l3urope." Town Topic.
"O111 you (ell 1110 tlio (julckcNt way
t Ki't to tlm poatolllco?" "Yeaj run." I
(Jlovrliind IMalii Dealer.
J0I11111I0 Muininle, I Just feel III all
orr, aoinulinw. Motbur Wlmro dn'
Villi fMi.l I. Ilin l.ifi.ll T..lt.i..l.k I..I
ui. v, ,. iiiu iinir. 1 .UIIIIIIIU-III
Vlcnr'a DaiiKbter U'nll, John, I aoo
you am looking aa youiiK aa over.
John Yen, tula, tliankynu. An' thoy
tvll mo I'll noon tiu an octoKemuluin.
"Do you tnkomi Intenmt III aoclcty?"
"No," anawerod Mr. (Juiurox, "I mnko
tho liivi'fltimuita, but inothcr mid tlio
Klrla 1 11k (i nil tlio Inti-rcat." Wnnlilni;
"You'ro audi n wrutebi'd wrltur lt'
11 wonder you wouldn't Kt it typewrit
ing macliliu." "I would, only that
would abnw what it inlaiirnblii apellvr
I am." Philadelphia I'reaa.
Mlaa Aaciiui I'vu often wondered,
Mr. Ityiiien, why you poetn nlways
apeak of thn iiumiii na "allver." Atr.
ItyineaWell er I mipposo It'n bo
can up of tbi quartern and balves.
Pat (leiitli'iuan (gaapln) U'-wbat
do you in-mean by makliiK m tti-iuo
run after tlm ear ao? I'll probably dlu
of poppxyl l'nllto Conductor Yea,
air. Transfer to imiiii car goliiK paat
U10 morgue, air? I?x.
Mr. HlackJobnny, don't ever lot
mo bear you talk that way nKalnl I
won't have alang lined III thin hoimel
Johnny Hut, pa, I Mr. Hlaek
Cut It out or I'll band you 0110, neo
Tbo Urtitlat I'll Imvo to charge you
two dollara and a half for pulling that
tooth, The Patient Ol thought yea
charged fifty clntn? Tbo Dentist
Yea; but you yelled ao loud you cnnd
four other patient out of Um place.
Iliinband Ilnve you heard of the
latent cure for iiervoun prostration?
WIfivNo. What Is It? Huaband
The patient Isn't allowed to talk.
Wlfopoohl t)no might na well dlu
from proatrnllou na exnaperntlon. II
"Wlial'n tho matter, donr?" hor
motlier Baked. "I waa Juat thinking."
tho beautiful helrenn niiawcriMl, "how
terrible. It would bo If tho earl should
decide not to take iwpa'n money on
thn ground that In Vaa tnliiled."
Chicago IttHMrd Humid.
Maiiimn When that naughty boy
threw atouea nt you, why didn't ou
mimi and tell me Instead of throwing
them back at him? Mltlo Willie
Huh! What good would It do to tell
you? You couldn't hit tbo atdu of a
horae. Washington Life.
Illcsta How do jou happen to bo
going fishing on Friday? I thought
you bellurcd Prlday was an unlucky
day. Wlcka Well, I always have.
Hut It occurred to mo this morning
that perhaps It would bo unlucky for
tho flab. Homervlllo Journal.
"You don't recognUo titles of nobil
ity In tbla country?" said tho distin
guished foreigner. "Oh, yen, wo can,"
answered Mr. Cuuinix; "mother, and
tin glrla chii not only rwognlro 'em,
but they can quote thtilr inaiket valu
ntlon off band." Wnnhlngtoti fUr.
Mlas Pleyme Oh! Mr. Nocnyuo,
bow loely of you to bring mo tluwa
beautiful roaea! How aweet they nro
and bow fresh! I do believe there la
II llttlo dew on them yotl Mr. Nocoymi
W well, yiHi tbero Is, about fifty
centa, I think; but I'll pay It to-iimr.
I'ollco Judge With what Inatru
meiit or nrtlclu did your wife lutllct
these wounds on your fiicu ntul bend?
Michael Moouey Wld n niotty, yor
minor Pollen Judge A wbnt? Mi
chael Moouey A niotty wan o' thono
fniiuea wld "(lixl IIIIsh Our Homo" In
It CloM'laud Leader.
Murmadiil;o lleforo wo woro mar
rled alio iiiwnI to ay "by-by" wi awiwt
Ij when 1 Nont down tho tp. Mout
luoreuey - Ami what doa alio any
now? Marninduko Oh, Juat the iwnio
lldug, "buy, buy." Montinoroney
All, I aee! Kho exorcliwa n different
spell OMr you. WHHliliigton I.lfo.
"Now about tliONo iioomeroiiH aenn
daia," obesrved tlio Polilek philoso
pher, "the tdtuatlou ta Jeat this; Tlio
papera any they wouldn't print 'em If
tbo peoplu didn't rend 'em, and tho
people nay thoy wouldn't rend 'cm If
tho papers didn't print 'um, nnd thoro
y bo." Inilsvlllo Courier-Journal
"What do you bollovo Is tlio ultlmnto
solution of this 'good ronda' move
mont?" naked tho farmer. "Ono part
water, eight parts ccmoiit, threo parts
amid mid tho balance In broken atone,"
replied tho engineer nbsontly. "Say,
pard, I naked you for nn opinion, not
nn analysts," Cincinnati Commercial
"Oli, (leorgo, dear," alio whispered,
when ho allpped tho engagement ring
on her tapering linger, "how awoot of
you to remember Juat tbo sort of atouo
I preferred. None of tlio others wore
ovor so thoughtful" Ooorgo was atn
gored for but n niomcnt. Thou ho
enmo back with! "Not nt nil, dear; you
ovorruto 1110, This la tlio ono Pvo al
ways used." Kbo waa Inconsistent
enough to cry nbout it. Clovelniid
You Bhould bo enttruly too consider
uto of To-day to apotl Its visit worry
ing nbout To-morrow, which niny not
w ..".y WXZLKl
flAHE STAMPS ON OLD LETTERS.
Finds or- Value Hiiiiietliues Jlndo
Htiunpa to I. unit Out For.
"Novnr burn up or throw nwny old
letlora or paper without llrat giving
llioui n careful oxniiiliintlou," ndvlmtl a
Twenty-third atreot atainp dealer, "for
(hero's many nu apparently worthless
plecn of paper that beara a atnmp
which would bring In open market hun
dreds and miiybo thoiiHnnds of dol
lars. "Thorn are plenty of tho old post
maater atnmiMi still In existence, for
Instance, as Uier w(?ro n great many
of them originally Issued, mid it has
not boon o long ago, say fifty-flvo
years, when thoy worn in nctlvo use.
Now, any ono of these. nrly laauca la
wo r tli from 1300 up. Any ono who
has accoss to old flloa of cirreaiK)iid
ouco from 1W( to WVi ought to bunt
for audi stamps,
'Tho chief rensoii why more of theo
old Ntiiuia have not come to light Is
probably that thoy have no ordinary
and uuattraellvo 1111 apMarancn that
a poraon uiinciUnlnt(l wltli their value
would not wimto n soeond glance upon
thorn. Thoy were very similar In most
ciimw to the iiostmanter CHUcellntlou
murks now In tiau In the poMtollleos,
wltli U10 exception that the jioatrnaster
waa riHjiiirel to sign Ida natiio to them.
"The mroat of Um wImiIo lot of ont
master issued la U10 10 cent Ilnltliiwro
fitamp, wlUi tbo namii of James M
Iluciianan. Ono apeclmen of tbla stamp
old for f-MOO, which Is tlio ncord
prlco for a atatnp of United Ktnton
Inatio. 'Jtiero's no rcaaou In tbo world
why there shouldn't bo morn of theso
stamps iNtckeil nwny somewhere. In
U10 caao of UiIm stamp mine of tliem
waa iiikiI on eiivelojiea, but all on let
"Tho design of tho Ilaltlmoro stamp
ta a Imix inn do of hair lino rule, one
ami a half Inches long and half 1111
Inch wide. In Uie center la the signa
ture, Manx M, Hiichminn,' while un
der tho name Is tbo denomination, eith
er r or 10 cviit. TIipiv nro two kinds
of tbeae atatiips, In black or blue. The
lOcent black Is U10 scarcer.
"Next to thbt wirle.s probably comes
the New Haven stamp, nt the bottom
of which is tho signature, of 'K. A.
Mitchell, P. M.' In the center Is tlio
figure .1 wlUi Uie word 'Paid directly
uiMlernealli. At tbo top are Uie words
'Poat OfJIco, New Haven, CV Tlie
words are nil lncloed In n black bor
der wltli a small curve at Uie oornora,"
Now York Hun.
PHONE AID TO MATRIMONY.
Girl with One In Her Homo Alwaja
I'opulur with Younw Men.
It Is nccdlcsa to say that the tele
phone la 11 great Institution, says the
Utlcu Press. It has long been nn abso
lute evaeutlal III over)' place of busi
ness. Just now thoro Is n great In
creaso In tho number of pnotien In pri
vate houses. It Is possible to talk
with pretty much everybody nt bin or
her home. Tho companies nro evident
ly endeavoring to boom that branch of
their business, bocituso they nru ad
vertising It extensively. Tho other
day a St. I-oula paper had n big dis
play ad. at tho top of which waa n
picture of an attractive young Indy
telephoning ami represented nn imyliig;
"is that you, Harry?" Tho text be
neath It Includes this statement: "It
la a well known fact that tho girl who
has a telephone la tho girl who has
tho most friends, and consequently has
the best time."
This appeal to tho young people Is
admit, mid doubtless will serve to
mnko the St. Louis exchange bigger
and buster. The parents who hnve
uinrrlagHflhle dnugliters will do well to
consider tbla luguiiloiin contrivance nnd
modern aid to matrimony. It la some
thing of n bother for 11 young man to
cull or oven to write n note asking tho
young lady to go to tho theater, go for
11 walk or drive or n ride to tho park,
but If ho can trmiHiiilt the message by
telephone. It Is an easy way of mnklug
an appointment. Many u delicious
message la telephoned these daya, nml
there Is reason to believe tho atntement
made by the Kt. Louis company, It
applied, of course, with equal force In
every American city. The young In
dies for whom a life of single lile.s
nediiwin has 110 charms are not exactly
buying 11 lottery ticket when they hire
n phono. Thoy can get much pleasure
nml comfort out of It ns thoy go along,
for It la n constant contributor to con
venience. It Is worth tbo prleo, with
the enhanced matrimonial possibility
thrown In na an extra Inducement.
ArnhlM'M I.nimliliiir I'liinu
Thoro Is n curious iilnnt tlutt ktows
In Anitiln nml la known hy tho iiiuno
of "IiukIiIiik plnut." This liaiim comon
from tlio fact tlint uuy ouu who ontH
Itii bihmIs cniinot control hla ImiKhtcr.
Tho imtlvcM of tho illstrlct wltoro thla I
funny plnnt urowii ilry tho mtMs nml '
rcdtico tliotu to powilcr. A Ninall iloso I
nf this powilor innkcM thoao who rnt
It net much llko Uioso who drink moro
llijuor tlinn la koo1 for thorn, Tho bo
Iwrest porson will tlnnco, Bhout anil
IiiubIi llko 11 innilmnn, nml rush nhout
cutting I tho most rlillculoua enpew
for nn hour. At tho oml of this tlnio
tho ronctlon coiiich. Tlio ilnncor In ox
Imustwl nml n deep sloop coiiioh upon
htm. Aftor n imp of Bovcrnl hours ho
nwnkona with no recollection of tho
nntlua ho tins performed.
McCnll Who la tlint younK'ator?
Morchnnt Moroly our now ofllco
McOnll Oh, I too. Ills fnco seemed
Morchnnt rorhnps It Is, hut his
lunnucr -Is moro so. Philadelphia
Titu poorest thing you can offer a
frleuil Is nu oxcuso.
Physicians Recommend Castoria
f ASTORIA lias mot with pronounced favor on tho part of physicians, pliarma-
coutical sooiotioa and modical authorities. It is used by physicians with
rosults moat gratifying, Tho extondod uso of Castoria is unquestionably tho
rosult of thrco foots: Tho indisputable evidence that it is harmless:
Sfond That it not only allays stomaoh pains and quiets tho norves, but assimi
lates the food : ThH It is an agreoablo and perfect substitute for Castor Oil.
It 1b absolutely safe. It does not contain any Opium, Morphino, or other narcotic
and does not stupofy, It is unlike Soothing Syrups, Bateman's Drops, Godfroy's
Cordial, etc, This is a good deal for a Modical Journal to say. Our duty, how
. ovor, is to expose dangor and rocord tho means of advancing health. The day
for poisoning innocent ohildron through greed or ignoranco ought to end. To
our knowledge, Castoria is a remedy which produces composure and health, by
regulating tho system not by stupefying it and our readers 'aro entitled to
tho information. Hall's Journal of Jlcallh.
AYcCc Libit Preparation for As
ting the SiosarJa and Dowels of
ness nnd Rest.Conlalrts neither
Owum.Morphine nor Mineral.
NOT NAIiC OTIC.
Anefeef liemcUv forCoiuflM-
lion. Sour Stomach. DiarrWca.
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness and LOSS OF SLEEP.
TaeSimilt Signature of
T.'tVtl 1 nriSTtli taalO M
tXACT COPT OF WnAPPCH,
THELE380N OF 1012,
Ked of a Fleet l'werful Knonsh to
l'rcTnt Coa.t lllpckade.
In rending a criticism In to-day's
Times of "Historian ItooseTelfs" re
marks couccrnins the soldiers of 1812
It struck mo that you might well bare
tnkeu exception also to his comments
on the imrnl situation In that wur,
says n writer In tbo Now York Tliuos.
Ills protest neulnst our unfortunate
custom of touching luaccurnto his
tory nnd his pirn to hnrc us both ac
knowledge pnst humiliations nnd draw
profitable Iokkoiis from them Is most
commoudahle. In the same speech,
however, tbo President I reported to
linro suld tlint "wo won on we sea"
In 1812 because nf our previous prepa
ration for nnral war.
Is not Hint an example of exactly
what wc tire warned against? It Is
tme that In duels between llcut-armed
ships viz., frlcntos our nnvy cover
ed Itself with jclory, but these com
bats had little effect beyond Btiowlnc.
Hint our navy bad 110 superior where
forces wuro co,uai. The really decisive
foaturo of tho naval war was that
KiiRlnud, by reason of tho lack of
IlKhtlni; units I. c, "ships of tho
Hue" In our navy, was able to block
ndo our const, to "bottle up" practical
ly all tho ships of our small navy, to
tiring our commerce to n standstill und
to direct na shu pletiscd raids along
nur swicoast, such as tlint on WhsIi
liiKton. The only nnvnl victories tlint had
doclslvo riMiilts wore thoo on 1-nkes
Krlo and Chnmphilu, whwo tho fleets
on each side woro Improvised. On the
sea, whoro the real naval strength wan
tested, wo wero overwhelmed uo less
than on the land, though tho afore
snld preparations did prevent tho dls
graceful features of tho land warfarr.
which wero duo mainly to onr lack at
regular troops. The truly Important
lesson to bo drawn from the naval
wnr is tho necessity of n powerful lloet
of fighting ships, which can prevent
tho command of our soncoast by nit
Tho Bpeech of the President Is In re
freshing contrast to tho spread-eagle
oratory habitual to our Congressmen
but bo does not avoid the pltftiltx
against which he warns us and fall
to draw from the war of 1812 what I
perhaps its most salutary lesson.
PITQ rermaneiitly Cured. Nodttornerroiuiiesa
r 10 n.rllr.ltlior,iut.orir.Klltt,a(lrrttrrY
Iteilurer. H.nJ for Vrvattll trial boitl.aiidlreatUr,
Dr.K.ll.i;ilue,Ud.,m Archtit., 1'hlladelphU, Ta.
Tlia best way to clean brass Is wit
iweet oil apnlU'tl with a soft rag. Onh
lu extreme necrsslty should any scourln
substance be uscil, aa thla scratches. 1'
easo of a scourer being needed, powdere.l
bath brick Is oxcellent.
A man suggest that a little lard ur
vaseline bo applied on a door or vlml
to the part which rubs aud pruvuui
Leilers from Prominent Physicians
Dr. n. iral.trad fiooll, of Cblr.fo, lilt, 1.7a : "I bar pr.irrtb.4 jonr Castoria
ofttn for laranta durluj my practice, and Had It very asltsfactory."
Dr. Wllllan Il.lmont, of Cl.T.land. Olio, mjti "Tour Castoria stsnd. first la
Its !. Id ny thirty ytars of prattle. I can sa 1 nevtr bar. fouud aoytblnf tbat
ao OlUd th placa." .
Dr. J. II. Tart, of Brooklyn, K. T., aayss "I hsrt otd your Castoria sad found
It an fac.ll.Bt r.ia.dr la lay soustbold aud prlrat prattle for laaoy ytara. Tna
farmala la .it.II.nt.
Dr. Win. l. Boattrraao, of DoCralo, N. T., sars: "I am p!tsd to speak a ioo1
word far T.or Castoria. I think ao blcblr of It tbat 1 aot only r.coram.nd It to
tb.ra, kot bars t4 It la nr ow fatally'
Dr, It. J. nantau of Detroit. Ifleh., oaysi "I prtscrlba yonr Castoria tx
t.ntlf.lr, aa I bar s.T.r faond aajtblnc to tqual It far chlldr.n a troabl.t. I a
um that tb.ra ar Imltatkma lo tba fl.ld, but 1 alwaa m tbat aj paU.ata gat
Dr. Wra, I. UcCann. or Omaha, Jf.b., ssys : "Aa th. fatb.r of tblrtfra cbtldrea
1 (trlalnlr kn.w m.tblnr about your artat m.dleio, and aald from ray own
famllr .iptrl.oc I karo In ny j.ar. of practice found Castoria a popular and
.Btl.nt rm.dy la almost sr.ry home."
Dr. 3. It. Claui.o, of rhllad.Iphla, Pa., aays: "Th. name that year Castoria
bas mad f.r lt.!f In tb tens of tbou.ands of benf a ble.t.d If the pM.ince of
children, .eare.lj a.eda to be supplcmtntrd by the eadorMment of the mtdlral pro
f.nl.n, but I, for one, roost b.artlly .ndorte It and b.ll.T. It an txcell.nt r.mady."
Dr. Cbaanloc IT. Cook, f Bt Iuta, llo., ot. : "I hare u-d your Cattorla for
atTtral ytars pa.t In my own family and bare always found It thoroughly fflelat
and n.r.r cbjtet.d to b chlldr.n, which I a great consideration In vl.w of tb Urt
that moat medicines of this character ar obnonlou. and therefore dICcult of ad
ministration. Aa a HiatlTe, I eon.ldtr It lbs peer of anything tbat I ae.r pre
scribed." Dr. It. M Wsrd, of Ksniss City. Mo ssys: "rbyalclans raerslly do not pra
serlb preprl.tary preparations, but In the case ef Castoria mj eiperleac. Ilk tbat
af aaar other ph.ldans, baa tausbt m to make an tireptloa I prescrlb 7 oar
Castrla In my prattle became 1 bar found It to b a tkorsofhly r.llabl rmdr
far cblMrto'e eamplalnts. Xnj phjiUlin wbo baa rrJa.d a family, aa 1 bae. will
j.la ma la b.arUest recommendation of Ca.totta."
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind You Haie Always Bought
In Uso For Over 30 Years.
Long and Hhort of It.
It was 2 a. m. when ho tried to steal
softly up the stairs.
Hut his wlfo was awake.
"When you went out after supper,"
she said, reproachfully, "you said you .
wouldn't bo gone long."
"Well." be answered wearily, as ho
rattled tho keys In his pocket, "I camo '
back short, anyway."
Tlso's Cure U a good couth medicine.
It lias cured ctMiicbs aud oolds for forty
years. At druggists, 35 cents.
Ndlle What did you say wben be
proposed last evening?
llertha How do you know be pro
posal? Nellie You were so glad to aee me,
you know. You frit ao good you wanted
ma to feel bad. Iloston Transcript.
Mothers will find Mr. Wln.iow's boo thing
Byrup tbo beit remedy tou.o for tbelr children
during tba tsetblug period.
Iloutlnwn's Hlimulnr Power
Prof. Stceleyi By simply holding a
bright object before a person's eyea for
Are minute, I oon hypnotise him, and
tuako blm do anything I wish.
Houttown That's nothing. Hy hold
ing a bright object before a restaurbnt
waiter's eyes for three-quarters of a sec
ond, I can make him my slave.
An Opinion Reserved.
"Do you behove lu govornmont own
ership?" 'That depends," answered the trust
magnate, "011 whether you mean that
tho government ought to own us or
we ought to own tho government."
The disease that has done more " " ""- "p "WCUTV
than any other to wreck, ruin and JwOJuJKl.1
humiliate life, is Contagious Blood roison. Sorrow, shame nnd suffering fro
hand in hand with this great eucmy, and man has always hated and fought
it aa he has no other disease. It is the most powerful of all poisons; no mat
ter how pure the blood may ts, when its virus enters, the entire circulation
becomes poisoned and its chain of horrible symptoms begin to show, Usu
ally the first sign is a small sore or ulcer, not at all alarming in appearance,
but the blood is being saturated with the deadly poison, and soon the mouth
and throat begin to ulcerate, the hair and eyebrows drop out, a red eruption
break3 out on the body, copper-colored splotches and sores make their
appearance and the poison even works down into the bones and attacks
the nerves., Not only is the disease hereditary, being transmitted front
parent to child, .in the form of scrofula, weak eyes, soft bones, weak, puny
constitutions, etc., but is also so highly contagious that many a life has
been ruiued by a friendly hand shake, or from using the toilet articles of
one infected with the poison. To cure this blighting, deadly curse tho
first begins to expel the poison and build up and strengthen the system.
S, S. S. is guaranteed purely vegetable. We offer a reward of fi, 000 for
proof that it contains a particle of mineral of any kind. Book on the dis
ease, with instructions for home treatment, andjmy advice desired, jvitJiqut
charge. jyr SWiFT SPECIFIC CO., AflJlNTA, GA,
Addrossed to Ciiadss II. Flsfchtr.
MALLEABLE IRON STUMP PULLERS
I'ut.x, IlibleU ami lronMl Hlump I'ull.e
oa lb uiuk.u IIS lion puwes oo tl.np
wiib Iwo bone. Wrll loe dncrtpUr cualuf
and prlra.. -
KUIfiRSON MACIIINHRy CO.
rt ol MorrlMn Street lrlUiiJ, Orra
P. ft U.
WUEM wrltlnc to advertiser ploaaal
mention this paper. I
Unwilling: to Arbitrate).
j Husband The cook appears to be la
an III humor. Wbat'a the matter?
I Wife Ob. wo bail a few wonU this
morning. She threatened to leave be
eauae wc have muih company, and I
threatened to discharge her fur tho same
1 Private) Car Lines.
I Tho railroads seem very willing to
jhave tho ptivate car lines Drought
under the jurisdiction of the Interstate
Commerce commission. A railroad
president is authority for the statement
J that lines are paid mileago, without
discrimination, and tho question ot ex
ccsslve charges is a matter for tho ship
ptr to sattlo with the car lines, so long
as there Is no law to govern their rates.
Car mileage, paying has been decided to
be aa legal ai the payment of rental for
A Itnugti Ilnnil.
Partner Wayback (starting heme from
the statiou) Please, ma'am, do you
wear false teeth? '
Kair Hoarder (for the summer) Sir?
Farmer Waybaik Oh. I don't mean
to be tiir'ous. Only this road Is a leetla
rough, and cf ymir teeth ain't good and
fast you'd better put 'em In your pocket.
uiuou must De purtiiea, ana notmug will uo it so
quickly and surely as S. S. S4 It goes down to tha
very bottom of the trouble, drives out every particlo
of the poison nnd makes the blood clean and strong.
It does not hide or cover un nnvthimr. but from tba