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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 12, 1906)
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My Hair is
Feed your lialr; nourish It;
olve It somcihlnu to llvo on.
Then It will stop falling, nnd
will crow lonti and heavy.
Aycr's Hair Vigor la the only
hair-food you can buy. Por
GO years It has been doing
ust what wo claim It will do.
It will not disappoint you.
Mr Mr i4 In er , ihnrt, Nut alter
toll's Aft' llalr Vliir a timl lima It lwit
In iiiw,hi imir II I. fimiiMii lii.lie. Iuiik
llil. in. airlent , tull Inmealler liethe:
Iiiki.I vllhoalanr l,lr " Mtt.J.II.rirtll,
! jtsCi i
nOOOEVELT AND A DOY.
lloras riclnf In Itsly la dui alnca tht
tnlriiililctlon of automobile apJ eoa
Imlii. Aoiistlc LlrJi iro mors numerous thai
MALLEABLE IRON STUMP PULLERS
faaleat, Hililxl en.l Irnnaf t slump I'ulUr
" llieiiiaiaau " "'" I"'"" Uieawete
UI two I,,.,... Will lur (l.i(li. lelajus
nil .(r. 2,
NIIIIIUSON MACIIINI1KV CO.
I'ool ii Mwrl.ou rtlreil furllaiid, Oreiee
MedefcrJ.O ,r()o , I.w.l, U.i.,
ai. eianureeiurere er
1 10 VO fit i v
t t 1 j cmimr rrxTOML.
Mrs. flsrsli A. Cvana, ho lint been
appointed Inapector of Ilia itient markets
of Portland, la jiffililrnt of llm Oregon
Htste Federation of Women's Clubs,
We offer On tluixlrtxl lollte Howard fui
aur ca.auf Cetarth dial cauuul be cuied It
Hall's Catarrh Mire,
Y. 1. WIK.NKi A CO , Proi., Toledo, O.
We, the umltlilKiieil, hate kiiiiwn K, ),
Clmier for the l.l Ujrrara. ami Ulle?a htia
-eneciir iioiiiiieine in an uu.ineii iremeo
Imiii ami niitiicUMr able lo carry uul auy oh-
llialtolie marie br (hell film,
M ear 41 sua I, Wholesale NrUfililt.Tiileito.O,
W.ujisn. KlHH.H .t MaariN. Whbleaalo Diu
fltlt, TolHo, II
llall'a I aiariliCliia ! taken Internally, eel-
Slif directly u.on the 14I ati.t uiuruua eur
a.al til the avataiA. 1'ilee lea lr Latlle-
lailil by all Urugat.u, leillinnnlaU Ilea,
liana family lllltaial
An optlintat a a man Mho rum an
rcoiitit with a llcht-w eight rrocer.
THE OLDMONK-CURE !
i St. Jacobs Oil
tin traveled rou"d the wotld,
and everywhere human
! Aches and Pains
e.eomed ll and bletl
It for a cuia,
WET LEATHER. WI5D0M!
.i1 . THC ORIGIHAL ,
nLACn OH TL'LLOW
WILL KEEP YOU DRY
NOTHING ELSE WILL
TAKE NO 3UD5T1T0TW.
aMowiHiIloiL nut or (UNMiNTe ano Mara.
A 1, TOWtn CO, ,aoto, Mae,,u,a.a,
Towiacawapiaweo ,hd , Toaoxio, eo.
VJ . V
Dr, C. Gee Wo
Thta woa.tirful till
h. ii4er l rail 4
grrel trcau.a lie cnra
14 "lllilnl apara
IhiM Ibal al all i up
la 41a. lie rata lih
lliwa ai4.f rm 1 a
maa ttarl nrta, biiils
lika a4 vrcetabira
Hi. I aia antll'ir u
alHiwa In rnMl ac
mi la Ihiiamiurr llnojau Ii.aiiili4i
baiiMlaa r.Hi.ta IM. lanh ui io 1 r atioa
lua mIIiii vlmyrt") it fferrnl rul n! a Mill h
k'eiuwaaliiiir aw In tlirlirca )., II.
.a.laaliaatoiul.raa in a.lliliia.luxe.lhr!,
IliriimaiUiu, it.rtm an a., .luiiiwk. Iitr k il
'fa, lM tie. tiunillril. ! Lain aia .
I liaraaa molalala I all ai il aa Mm I'all aia
ml vrikarilr wiila lirf Mankr aMlricila.
Kra.l .lailip. CHl.NHll.TAHU." fltKk
aUnnTHEC.CEE0 CHINESE MEDICINE CO
1CI riret St., S. r. Cor. MorrUea
Mention eer rOIIIlAND, OHtCOl
r. n. u.
H. I OS
Prlca. 35 (.nit JOc
"IITIIKN wrlttna; lo intrHinre llaaa
I r roanni
Ian title papar.
tlH. W, A. VIIC
W.4..raa ami hrl1(urk wllhaut t tfn,
Dor layraia" iprl.a In plele oia aa
ahl be la HI juuf mevlh fmirurlabr. Dr
W A V laa I. a f.Ml id a aala war la eltlairl
laalli aloilulur anikoul fain. Dr T I'
U laa la an l pall el i'il Blllaj a1 croa
eeil tliJj.wwa. MraMiaf Iraa mli
4elae ( LllJff. ale ndilni.
lelllnc I1W, Tbllil an.1 Waihlniloa Mt.
Ua etenlMae liuaarlwa. launder Ireui
e ta IL or Meia e.
ok. r. i. wuc
Start the New Year Right !
TARTlho nev year with ole an
ml ml and a oloan bdyl
Moat poopte aio wny neat
ami olaaii In Ihalr oulwaid
appearancs, but how ab)ut tho InalUa?
Afo you eUan InaltU?
Ami If not. how oun yam faoe the Utw
Year wllh oImii Ihoughu, olear InlalH
Cenee a fair, uat, and brlfht mltul, and
your full aharo of oapaedy for wrk and
The holidays are over and everybody'a
liad a good thne perhapa a lllllo loo muah
of a (ood iFme. Over-ealC n(1 over
drinking have been tho rule ever alnoa
Many peoplo t'ol little ioroUa In winter
and breathe much atuffy, over-healed In
At the tamo time they eat too much rich
and Indjgeitlblo food, while fresh fruit and
fresh vegetables aro aearce In the market.
So atomaeh and bowels are (labia to bo
"" " "" a
Clog up, Btroloh and pjtrajyje tho large
Intestine by overMulfjng It with undi
gested food, bo ll oan not carry off tho
useless refuso, and ll "backs up" tho
sewage, and compels the small Intestine
to absorb tho poison of decaying matter,
Instead of wholesome nourishment.
That's what must happen. Isn't It plain
What's tho result?
Nearly everybody "gnlns In flesh" In
tho winter tlrno, but It's pussy fat not
healthy flesh and musalo. The liver gets
Inactive; tho bile doesn't "work off";
tho eyes gel yellow; tho akin go Is dead
like putty and palo like dough, with bolls,
pimples, blackheads, liver-spots to break
Dizziness, headaches, blurred vision,
foul breath, sleeplessness and a temper
flko ja wild csit mako suoh persons very
pleasant oompany to the mi elves and
a a a
Uut, you any "I'll take a oourss of
Spring medicine to olean me out next
Not oenatderlng your duty to yoursell
and family, Isn't ll oartaln that to leave
tho body full of polMn all winter, and
then auddenly atlempt to forco out all
Impurities by one violent nUaok la danger
ous, absurd and unreasonable?
Keep olean Inside all jhe time. Thai's
the simple solution.
If you oan not diet, orj-.eep your mech
anlim going by proper exercise, the self
evident alternative Is to take Casoarets,
the sweet, fragrant, harmless lllllo vege
table tablets, that "actllko exero.se" on
your bowels, and gently but powerfully
clean out and disinfect tho whole diges
A Cascaret every night before going to
bed will, "work while you sleep" and
mako you "fee fno In the morning."
If you havo been "neglecting yourself
for somo time, lako a Cascaret night and
morning and break up tho "constipated
habit" without acquiring a "cathartlo
a a a
Casoarets aro sold by all druggists, IOo,
2Soand50o, Tho IOo olzo trial box Is a
neat fit for tho vest pocket or lady's purse.
Do sure to gel tho genuine, with tho
" long-tailed C " on tho box and tho letters
"CCC" on each tablet. Thoy aro never
sold In bulk.
- mice to oun. friends.
We want to ttnd ta oar friends s beiollfol
PrVnch-deilzneil GOLU-ftATko DONBUN BOX
hard-enameled In colors. It Is s beauty for th
drenlne lab!. Teiuetits In stamps Is asked as a
measure of good faith and to corer cost of Cascarets
With vvhlcliWsOTiily trlnketli loaded. Tit
Send to-day. meatlonlnf th s paper. Addrcu
SUrUscKUBtdr Com;ioy. Chiujo sr New Yprfc
About llirco liuiiilri'it Npccli'S of iiioh.
ijnltooH Iiiivii lici'ii ilfricrlhi'il, nuil It In
iatlinnti'l Hint two litimlrixl inoro i-x-Int.
(llli'H rrcoKiilzi'M only llilrty-alx
hic'l( lii llm wlioln of North Aincrlcn,
but KlorliJn nlonn rlnlniN twi'iily-two
I'olaonliiK from nil" liilmlntlmi la now
nildiil to tlm nti'OKiili'.cil iliuiKorn of lift I
looiilitif. Tin liyilroKfii IlKi'lf non
polmiiioim In often coiitninliintcil Willi
nrriciilr, Hi'ldiiliini nnil nnlliimiiy, uml
fiiurti't'ii en a en of III ofTci'tH linvo lic'ii
rcportiil to tho KrniK'li Anuli'tiiy of
Mudk'liic. In ono of tin two forms of
himhiiIiik ilisitli ri'Hiilta In two or tlirro
IIIowIiik wi-lla, Miiiiiitlini)N known n
hrv'illiliiK H'IIn, n ro now IicImk luvca
HkhIhI by tin Unlli'it Ktiiton (IniliiKli'nl
Hurvi-y Tim licnt known i'xnniilcH of
HiIm lypi of wi'll lire found tliroiiKliout
.Siiirnkn. Tim form of tho nlr cur
rent In onn of tlm Iiulnlnnn wiIU la
mitllclcnt to ki'op n iiinu'a lint Hiiitpciiil
cil nlmrii It. Hucli plicnoini'iin nru innlti
ly iluu lo rliniiKi'H III ntiiionfihuro pronii
Kinir niixlcty la IiHiik niuni In (Kt
many by tlm ilcvlluu of tho lilrlli rate.
In 1IKU tlm blrtii niti) wiih :u).r In vncli
1,00( luhiiltltnuts, oKiiluat 'MM In lIHiTI,
SI'.' 1 In JIHA', ;t!U In UOl, nuil :i.7 In
1000. Tlm (liHrri-iiac, thvriforu, Is con
tlntioim, I.iiiiK (lUcnNi-, not only In
towiia hut In the country ns well, I
riftcrrniiltiK It Is cInIiimmI Hint thin
ri-nult la owIiik to tho aynti'innllf nml
arli'iitlric wnr which tho nuthorltlta lire
conducting tiKnliiat this ai-ourci'.
Tlm proapi'rlty of Jnpnn ilepoiiila
viry iHrKfly upon tlio vil A UioiiKnud
rnrietli-a of tlab InclUilhiK lliw almrk
nro pnten by tlm InhnliltHiitu, tho mi
iiurtl yield of the flnhorle helm,' thrcii
million (ana, or threw tliuiM the con
sumption In tho t'nltisl HIhIiii Tliti
vntua of this product U f.'to.iKKi.lwN.I.
'Dif runats ntu) supply nil iilllite nlisn
known nn Umt. nnd other hch Meiiln
from which food Kclnllue l extrnetixl,
toKutliMr with In rue inmntltlett of unit
1'roin Jiioiii, mireer, iihiioh n lnro
ousutlty of tho worlil'N niml mid
I I.tithrr llurtiNtik, of CnllforulH. who
linn probslily produciil more new varitv
tle of fruits, llowtTa nml plnlitM tlinu
nuy other IItIiik tlinu. aald nveiitly
to a frlrnil Hint he wnn nrruatomnl,
!when acliH'tliiK for color anioiiK iwwly
crenteil flowern, to auhllilt Ihr cliolci' to
n Indy of Ills ncunlutuurr notisl fur
hrr exijuUlto tnatf Mr Ilurhstik'n
own JudKtui'iit, howerrr. In the iimtter
or cnior nun loriu in uiKiiiy inumii, nun
la exercised with niirprlNlni; iiilckneM
'nnd suretiesa of declalon. Aiiioiik hln
jlstrst pDMluctlons la n tlitUy, In which
nn lias airiven enpocinny io oiiinm n
crnceful cnrrlnce of tho atetn nml
I'oatnl nuthorltli'N In Mllnu. Italy, use
nn automobile wskoii In which to col
lect part of the mnll. Tho enr riinn lie
I ween the ivntrnl pontoillco nml Ihu
lirntich oirii'ea uml lx)Xe III the illf
fereiit illatrlctN of the city. Tho auto
mobile la of Inrne alie, on the Htlu of
nn omnibus, nml la fitted out mo Hint
ithe mnll enn bo sorted by one clerk
wlilln the enr In runuliiK. 'Hie cr
stopa nt ench letter box to collect the
mull, mid iMitwecu the Ihixm the clerk
aorta nnd ntninpa tho letters nnd mnns
.them In pncknKea to u hccoikI mini who
.puts them In n nerlos of compiirttneiits
'iorrcnMiitilliiK lo cneh currier's mute.
Thin citr covers n route fourteen miles
Ionic nnd collects the mnll from nil box
en In nu hour mid n hnlf.
The liitliioucc. of occupations Uhii
the eyenluht In ritrlktiik'ly llliiNtriiteil liy
ntntlntlcH collected iiiiioiik the schools
of (leriuniiy nml Kriiucc. In (ierinmiy
It linn been shown Hint .'0 per ciit of
Hiohp ciik'UKcd In tho ho culled lltiernl
proft'Kidnii HiiiTer more or Iims from
myoplii, or Hhortnenn of slKht, wliers
iiiuoiiK Inbnrerri tho percontnKo ilnis
to .'i, nnd niuonw' peiisnuts to only n
half of 1 per cent. Tho remarkable
Krowth of myopia with IncrenHO of nt
teiitlon dcmnndtHl by school work Is
indicated by Hip fact that tho eyes of
only ll per cent of the scholars In tho
primary schools of France ore nfrccteil,
but those of more than '20 por cent In
tho secondary schools, In the ColleKo
ltollln 15 per cent of Hut scholars have
myopia In tho lower Krnde, 32 per cent
In tho third Krnde. nml 5.1 pur cent In
the courses In phllonophy.
TUry llml n Julie- liiriirmnl l'lml
AImiiiI OuliliMir ajpurla.
Ono hoy one of many who (mil
thn honor of iiieotliiK tho I'rcnldent
now nils ns If .Mr. IIoonuvcII'm eyes
wcro coiiNlniitly on him, says Ht. Nlch
oliis, 'J'liln lad was not n sitmll boy
when ho wnn pronmitcd; h was bn
mioiiKh to piny IhihcIiiiII with skill nml
tnenry mid on ordlimry occnnloim ho
was a liniiiahty Miphoiuore. TIiIh boy
wanted to neo tho I'ronhleiit, but his
outwiiril cnliutioHS was dlsttirh(il by
the Intimation from his sinters that
he. would hnvo to mnko three bows as
ho npproficheil tho President mid say,
"Your excellency." The connive that
hnd stood nix hours' cxpontiru In it
heavy nen on tho keel of an upturned
host weakened huforu thin ironpuct,
A benevolent friend corroded tlm
nliiriuliiK sukkomHoii of the sinters by
IcIIIiik him Hint he would simply bo
expoctiil to say, "Mr. Prnshlciit," to
stand until everybody wns soaIimI ami
lo uo when tho President should rlsu.
This seemed easy; still, It was evi
dent that the fearless athlete, was rev
erently prsctlrliiK "Mr President" with
hls'llps ns ho approached tho White
House. All uiiihihIiium dlnnppenriil,
howmer, when the President, catch
lute slKht of the boy stopped forward
mid called him by his Ntiruaiue. "Hit
down!" ho said, mid thou he hcKnn to
talk about n hiiIiJci-I dear to tho
Ind's heart the recent races at
PoiiKhkccpHlrn Ktliiiette was forot
tenj the boy held fast to "Mr Presi
dent," when he thought of It, In the
drllKht of talking with somebody who
"ronlly know" nil nlniut the Ins nuil
outs of Intcrcollcxlnti; races, but
sometimes ho forjjot and merely said
Tho hoy wns piiliuil for n moment
to dlacover Hint the President could
not piny bnsebnll. To n near nlKliteil
man who must wear kIsssus a Iiiiki
Imll flylna; nt Ihtko Is milch worse
thnn n bullet. The Ind ndinlttd this
nml nnld afterwnnl that "If Thsck
crny were nllre mid playiil hssebail
Instead of cricket ho would hate IimiI
tho ssmo dltllculty." The President
showed 111 in n very scleiitllli Jill JKsii
irrlp. Ami this wss followed liy mi In
terchniiKe of lore on this lnteristliiK
Jnpnneno sclciwo of physical culture,
with lllustrntlnns. In which the lxy
entirely forgot Ills four of the "iiiurt
presentation" nnd talked nnd acted
with entire reaped, but entire free
dom. Thn hoy seemed to think ttmt
American muscle was a mntcli for
orientni skiii, ihu no was pininiy con- IMj,. Celery was little known and
vlnccl thst the President had both. pw,r in qu,iny. In Uiotlower bed the
wiireuiHin , ninK nnu muni; came jmacnlflcenl pansy Iim replaced tho In
up nnd tho President spoke ns an ex- significant heart's eseo from which it
pert anil thn boy listened ami talked was developed, and the sweet n in all
ns one who understood but felt his its dainty splendor traces its origin to
limitations. iouns Theodore, who has the common garden vegetsble.
this year entered Harvard, wss then This progress has been made in spite
nt school; hut every now nnd then his of the great tendency manifested in all
father culled a bit from his sou's ex-1 plants and animals to go back to the
nerlence In out-ofdoor snort. It wns original type. It is indceJ a battle to
Is the home where y,ooi cooking: h
loved, where the family enjoy the
finest of biscuit, doughnuts, cakes,
and pie. and other good thing? every
day. The hafcingr it always delicious
ana wholesome because
K C Baking: Powder
the baking: powder of the wave
circle, i used.
GetKCto-dayl 25 ounces lor
25c. If it isn't all that we claim,
Send for "Book ot Jrrcscnts."
JAQUCS MTG. CO.
"Mr. Dustln SUx says ho isn't going
to endow any more libraries."
"Hut I thought he was doroted to
literature. He has written books him
self." "That's the trouble. The people let
the dust He on bis books and stand In
line to get 'Mazlc's Wooing and
'When True Love Was In Uloom' and
works of that character." Washing
Everybody knows that of late years
natural forces have been wonderfully
subjected to man's need. Wo are
dazzled by tho spectacular achieve
ments in steam and electricity, bnt are
likely to forget the less noisy but no
less marvelous conquest of animal and
plant lift). Horses are swilter, cattle
heavier, cows give more milk and sheep
have finer fleeces than in days gone by.
In plants tho transformation is even
more marked. People now living can
remember when the number ol edible
fruits and vegetables was far lees than
at present and even those that could be
grown were vastly inferior to what wo
now have. For example, our parents
knew nothing of the tomato, except as
a curious ornament in the garden
Bweet corn was hardly better than the
commonest field sorts. All oranges had
plain that, through sympathy In these
msttcrs, ho hsd the same ,K!ut of
view as his sons. During all this In
terview the President wnn ns enthu
siastic on the various subjects dis
cussed ns the boy and he seemed to
enjoy It ns much ns his Imv Mtor
The talk drew out of the President
his knowledge of the games that boys
"When It conies to boxing or rid.
Ing," ho snld, with conviction. "I
think Hint my boys am! I can hold
our own." And soeml times the
"wo" was repeated In it way which
showed that Mr. Iloosevelt mid his
sons were to bo considered it happy
family of boys thoroughly In accord.
It Is not coincident to take his large
"lioy family" on his western nnd
southern bear hunts, hut the Presi
dent does the next best thing Kvery
summer he goes "Into camp" with his
boys n few miles from hi summer
home at Oystor Itny.
keep strains puro and up to the staud-
ard they have already attainod, lot
alone any improvement. The practical
results are accomplished by men operat
ing largely for love ot the work, like
Luther Uurbank, in California, and
Eckford in England, as well as by the
great seed merchants, D. M. Ferry A
Co., ot Detroit, Mich., who are not
only eternally vigilant to bold what
ground has been gained, but have a
corps ot trained specialists, backed by
ample means, to conduct new experi
ments. The results of their experi
ences can be found in their 1906 Seed
Annual, which they will send tree to
The lsrgeat flour mill In the Urltlah
empire Is In Montreal. It turns rut
C.000 barrels of Hour a day.
Valine of Ulephanla.
An African elephant is of vslat only
for Its Ivory, of which s fall-grown snl
msl yields from $2.7) to $.100 worth. On
Hie other band, a working Indian ela
pbsnt csnnot be boutbt for less tbao
VZXAO to $3J00.
UoUitrswIll nod Mrs. Wlealow's Boothlng
flrrop tha beat remedy tooea for their children
flurtof tba tavthlog lairlod.
Many horses are made vicious frots
For bronchial trotiMea try Tlao's Car
for Conaumptlon. It Is a (rood cough
medicine. At drug-KMs, price 25 cants.
Food for Thonght.
-I trust. Miss Cutting" remarked
young Ilorcm, as be rose to depart
after a prolonged stay, "that I have
not taken up too much of your val
"Not at nil, Mr. Uorcm," replied tht
fair damsel. "The time you have tak
en up has been of no value to me
whatever, I assure you."
Then he went forth Into the night,
and wandered homeward, wrapped In
a heavy mantle of thought Chicago
The Choice of the People.
When things began to go too "fast
and loose" In New York, the people
rose up in their wrath, got together and
elected a district attorney who makes
life miserable for wrongdoers. Jeiomo
flaunted the banner of no political
party; he was tho people's choice.
Pillsbury'a Vitoa is tho first choice
of all people who relish good things for
breakfast. It's dainty, delicious and
CITC PenoeJieoUy Cored. rTofltsorBenroaanes
ll lu aftrtlrali3r'auofIT.KllDa'aOratNtre
JlMloi.r. Hand ror Yrrm a3 IrleJ txxtlaeodlrfetlae.
Dr. It. It. VUoe.LtiL.Ul Arch bU ltlUdtlpWe, Pa.
Tramp (outsldo the gate) Does your
dog bite? v
Mrs. Wcptonwisb (on the porch)
Yes, he docs, and O, please don't
come Inl We are so particular about
what we feed him onl Somerrilla
"I talked real assay to the bofJ tele
"My goodness! You didn't dare)"
"Yes. I did."
"Gee I Pd Ilka to have a picture of a
man doing that-"
"What would you call Itr
"AJax Defying the Llrbtnlngr "
Itrnaonlnir from ICxtirrlrnre.
A Httlo East Ride boy wns having
his tlrat country outing, says tho New
York Tribune. He lay on the grass In
a peach orchard, making n chnln of
datslca nnd buttercups. Across tho
liluo sky n lino of swallows dipped.
"Look up, look up, Johnny! rteo thn
pretty birds Hying through the nlr,"
said his hoHtess.
Jimmy looked up i.ulckly. "Poor lit
tle fellorsl" ho exclaimed, pityingly.
"They ain't got no cages, havo theyK"
Kul lu oil liialriiolloiin,
"Why didn't you put this watermel
on lu tho Ico box, ns I told yoit?"
asked tho mistress of tho timid. Thou,
says tho Cleveland Plain Dealer, Mag
gie, tho uiiild, grow Indignant.
"I did, mum."
"llut It isn't cold."
"No, mum. How could It boT I
hnd to tako tho Ico out to get It lu."
If tho woman who throws n Hlinwl
over her hcml to run Into it neighbor's
hud tlrno to pnss n looking glims, her
lonsou for going would bo scared out
of her houd nuit sho would romiilu nt
Cuu lil (iltci 'II m c Vnlui.
Dr. W. W. Kcmi, the mited surgeon
of Philadelphia, was praising speed
lu surglcnl operations. The bent sur
geons, ho declared, wore nhwijs the
swiftest Speed wns ono of the great
essentials of line operations, since tho
briefer tho period passed by the pa
tient under thn knife, the grtsiter tho
chance for his complete recovery.
"Oh this head," Dr. Keen continued,
mulling, "there Is a story of u distin
"Ho performed suewSafully n illlll
cult nnd delicate operation on a mil
lionaire banker's wife, nnd, lint lira liy,
tho bill that ho rendered for this oper
ation was n largo one. It was not
exorbitant, but It wiih enough a rea
sonable and Just bill.
"The hanker, though, thought other
wise With mi Imprecation, he de
clared tho bill to bo an outrage.
"'Why,' ho cried, 'tho operation
only took you 10 minutes.'
"Tho surgeon laughed.
" 'Oh,' ho snld. 'If that Is your only
objection, the next time any of your
family needs nu operation I'll keen
thorn two or three hours under tho
Catarrh Is usually regarded ns nothing more serious than a bad cold or
light inflammation of the inner skin and tissues of the head and throat,
when it is, in fact, not only a vexatious and troublesome disease, but a com
plicated and dangerous one. It is true that Catarrh usually begins with a
cold in the head, but when the poisons, which are thrown off through the
secretions, find their way into the blood, it becomes a constitutional trouble
that affects all parts of the body. It ha3 more annoying and disgusting symp
toms than any other disease. There is a sickening and offensive discharge
from the nostrils, a constant buzzing noise iu the ears, headaches and pains
In the eyes are frequent, while filthy, tenacious matter drops back Into the
throat requiring continual hawking nnd spitting, nnd in certain 6tagcs of the
disease the breath lias nn odor that is very offensive. Catarrh is worse ia
Winter, because the cold weather closes the pores and glands, and the pois
ons and unhealthy vapors which should pass off that way are thrown back
on the tender linings and tissues, causing the inflammation which starta
the unhealthy secretions to be nt.
oow jrvaru niro ray uioou vu ueax
. In addition a dreadful caso ot
and I had
Catarrh. My noaa was stopped up, X
had headaohea, rlneiuor nolaea in my
aara and fait unfit for work. X com
xaeneod tho uao of S. S. S. on tho roeora
mondation of a friend, and in a short
tlrno it cured rao sound and well. It put
my blood in srood condition and X hare,
noror had ths allghtaat return of the.
Catarrh atneo that time.
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No. 000 Ed ear St. Kvanavtllo, Ind.
DliliiM Need It liy liny.
"(5co, but Hill's got u nervol"
"Put mo wlso."
"Ho went to do pnwushou to soak
his bed, nn' wanted to know If do
pawnbroker wouldn't let hi in take it
home nights to sleep on." Clovehuul
Manager I want you to quit grin
ning n Hint denth bccho. What do you
moan, by It?
Actor Why, It seems so real to mo
that nt tho salary you pay death conies
us u lmnpy rolcnse. Clovelaud Loader.
Borbcd by the blood. When the blood
becomes diseased with this catarrhal
matter all kinds of complications may
be looked for. As tho blood circu
lates through the body the foul mat
ter finds its way into the stomach,
ruining the digestion and producing
chronic Dyspepsia, or Catanh of the
Btoroach. It also affects the Kidnevs.
Bladder and other members of the body, while the general health is weak
ened, appetite lost nnd the patient feels despondent and half sick all the time.
But worst of all, if the trouble is not checked the lungs become diseased from,
the constant passage of poisoned blood through them, and Catarrh terminates
In Consumption, the most fatal of all diseases. You cannot get rid of Ca
tarrh by treating it with sprays, washes, Inhalations, etc., because they only
reach the membranes nnd tissues, while the real cause of the trouble is in the
blood. These relieve the annoying symptoms for a time, but the poison ia
all the while getting a stronger hold on the system and when they are left
off will manifest itself in worse form than before. S. S. S. is the greatest of
all blood purifiers, nnd when it has cleansed the blood, this pure, rich stream
Circulates through the body, carrvintr healthful nronertlea to the diseased
parts. Then the Inflamed membranes nnd tissues beglu to heal, the dis
charges cease, the general condition of
.the system is strengthened, everyone
of the, annoying and disgusting symp
toms pass away, and the patient is left
JU JJCUCCl UCUILU, O. O. v. IS WIC DCSt
remedy for Catarrh. It goes richt into
PIIRPI V VFRFTAR1 P the blood and removes all effete matter
runuui icucinDut. and catarri,al polsoa nna cure3 tlie dis.
ease permanently, and at the same time builds up the entire system by its fin
tonic effect, S. S. S. is a purely vegetable remedy non-injuiioua to the sys
tem and a certain, reliable cure for Catarrh. Catarrh sufferers will find our
free consulting department helpful in advising local treatment to be u4
With S. 8. 8. TH 9WUT SKGMK CO., ATLAMTA,
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parts. Then the Inflamed mem