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iioi 321. UoOi.n, ohi-.
Dr. H, II. lUrtiiimi, Columbui, Ohio.
I win a UrrlbU auffrrrr from prlvlc
wruknr. ami haul ItrutUtlir continuously.
I n nut able to do my liuuaottork lor
UtjraeK and litialtaml.
I wrote you and drucrlbed my condi
tion riKurly m potslblo. You recom
nieinlml I'ltruna. I took four bottle of
It and waa complMrly cured. I lliluk
I'cruna p wonderful medicine ami liava
rrcominendtnl It to my friend with the
wry best ol rnnlli. Kithrr M. Mllner.
Very Irw ol tlm Krrat multltuda of
women who liavn boen rollsved of toma
pelvic dlirme or wtiaknrnt by I'orniia
rver ronrtnt to ulvo a testimonial to be
read by the public.
Thern Me, however, few rournRO.
oui, self tucrlflclriK women who will for
the inke of tlielr aufferliiR alitor allow
their cum to be publlfhrxl,
Mri. Mllner It one of thfie. In her
uratltml for hnr restoration to health
he ii wUllriR that
the women of the
whole world ihould
know It, A chronic
invalid brought back to health la no
email matter. Words are Inadequate
to eipreie complete gratitude.
DM. II AIM MAN
l.lha m linn.
Mt want to ct an alarm clock,'
"Here's one of tllrer plate for 1 10,"
mid the clerk.
"Well, here one made of nickel for
'Too high yet."
"Ifero'i one made of gun metal for
"fJun metnl? That sound all rlcht.
I want It for my 12-yrar-old hoy, nnd
If It Found anything like a gun wlnm
It for off In the morning I glint It'a
what I want."- Yonkrr Htatntuan.
i M. Viih' Dears end til rlrrenue Dufa.ea
O t rmanenllr rami he Dr. Klin.' a llr.at
T Ileatef.r. heart n.r VllKK IllrUI Imltl. ahd
tMeilM.Ur, II ll.Kllu ,1.1. Ml ArrliHt.,rbll.,IV
Afler n Fatahlnn,
"I premme," mid hla old frlrml, "now
that you lure a young man an assist
ant pastor, you dltld Ilia pariah work
"Yr," answered the elderly preacher,
ecratehlng hla chin reflectively. "I sup
pOM you could call It that. He dori the
marrjiuc. and I do the burying."
We o(Ter One Hundred Dollar Reward lot
?nrcunu( Catarrh thai catinol be euied by
lairefalauli I lire.
y. j. i.iikm.y A co., rroi., Toiroo.fi.
We, the umlerilittt.t, liar known K. J.
Vlifiitr (ur the Inula years, ami Ullere him
)rlsotly hunureM tn all builneis Iransee
llutia and rtnanrlallr able locerry out aoj ob-
lie atlnna fnaila he their nr
Wgar A raUAI.WhuIeiela Druiilits, Toledo. O,
gliW. Toledo, O.
W.LUINil, KlKHiM A JiamIM, Wboleiel llriig.
litis. Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cur la taken Internal!?. Mt
lug directly upon the blood and mucoui iur
laces ol the eysleui. I'rlc 7Je. er bolU.
Void by all Druggists. Teillmonlali tree.
Hall's fatally fills are the ben.
"Doctor," aiked the caller with the bad
ly Inflamed eye, "what will It coat to take
thl grain of annd out of my eye)"
"I (hull probably hare to charge you
ft for the operation," aald the eminent
"I can rarry It cheaper than that." re
joined the other, turning on hi heel and
Thili, owing to the greed of both par-
tie, another prospective deal In real rs
fate ram tn tiaiirhl Plilr-am Trllmna.
Nnlvnlloii unit lliillrnnil IIn tea.
A writer In Ilnrpor'N Weekly quotes
an nimiHliiK utory nitrlliiitt'd to Dr. Hire
of Hprlugllold, nproNiH of tin recent
mectluK of rullroiul iiirn uiiil their law
yer to Hud out whnt the new rnto law
roitlly mctmi. Dr. I Hop, It ecni, uicd
to tell of a young Mvthodlit who wont
forth from Wllbrahnm Academy to
preach hli trial Rernion.
"What wn your text)" he was naked
when hu came back.
"How ehall yo escape If ye neglect
ao great a aalrntlonV"
"A good text how did you handle
"Find, I allowed 'em how great this
aalvatlon U, then I allowed 'cm how to
eecapo If they neelcctel It."
Teacher Ml Iladger, what do you
underatand by "the privileged claBse)"
Coed 'J'ho botany clavaej, lliey caa
40 out la the wood once In a while,
A remarkable IhiImmIciiI irliiicn of
Jiipnii Ih m hollow Ireo trunk hlxty-llvc
feet In clrctiiiifcri'iKt) (tuitaliilng 11 Itv
liiK trio nine fii-t In circumference. Tin
older treo wim dt-ntniyi-il alMiut UMJ
yeiiM iiK, leiivliig thirty feel of trunk,
mid the Inner treo In nlxiut 110 ymm
HniiUc veiiiiin, Hiiyn 11 llrltUh jihynl
(lull, Iiiih been allow II by n-cellt renenrcli
to In 11 IiIkIiI)' ii)inKiMlti' mihatiiiici-, mil
tnliiliig viirloiiNpiilhoiiouii proteiil ImmIIim,
which iiro vitrloualy iirfi-cti-il hy heat
II lid HlllircHCI'Ilt KIlllltlOIIH III HUllllgllt.
That It him an little liule erfirt wln-u
taken by the mouth In dim to It hIIkIU
nlmurplliiii by tin Htiiniiicli 11 in! iilteru
Hon hy the bile nut! imtiiTi'iitlc Juice.
The ohliMt elnne ax known In claimed
by Al. II. Coleaworth, a VorkNhlre mini.
The cml circular hluih U iiImmiI eight
liichi-N ncrimN, an liuli mid a half thick,
unit ground dim 11 to 11 Hue edge, with 11
Htlrf, alout luifi, .Hlliy cut to lit Into
11 woiMlen cleft handle. Ktrlated
Heniti'lieei proe IIn preglaclnl origin,
mid etiiliUli I lie existence of man In
the North of Ktiglaml In pre glacial
Cortlclle, the new I'orluguexc hisit In
Niilatliig iiinterhit, Iiiin griiiiulateil nirls
for IIn prluclp.il coiiiiNiiieut, hikI It It
claimed to I- a iH-rfect Inxiilatur. n-
elating the grenteat extrclueN of clllilttte
mnl the nttncl. of luwl, even of white
itlllN. It cilli ! enuiil mid iNireil like
wood. It In nut Inlliiiuinahle, mid In of
value for inaiiy puriMxea. A oiverlug
of It for atcHiti iIh.h nud liolle l
1 ImIiiihI to erftH't m gritnt iwOiig of heat,
coreeepoiidliigly riiliicliig the tempera
ture of the boiler room.
The new llali enr of lr. Kugeiie Krl
welu, 11 (leriiiiiii. cHrrlw ik ht-Hty tmik
of water, hut kcejM (lie fUli allte dur
ing long Journey h In h atipply of Ihjuld
JllNt Niiltlclelll tu keep the gllU MioUt
Small puiiiHt keti Hu- Hater In coiitant
(irculntloii, iMwIng It tlimugli an oi
imrnitia Hint ilwrgeN It with oxygen
mid cxtrnctM the itirlMiule ncld. In the
lulxirntory the Hli are plnccdou Nhelvea
III a large glnn -Me, mid here, entirely
out of water, pike, trout, Ihim mid other
lliuuil criitlurcH llu- contentedly for an
Initi'lllille time, having been hIiouii to
Ih- iin much ulhe a cut at the end of
thirty hotiM. The oxygen Niippllcd I
kept moM hy paanlug through water
nnd by 11 wet cloth on the Moor of tlm
Dtirlung the cetehrntlon of the feto
of the cummer Hilln- oil the Niiuiiult if
the Klfel tower mi extraordinary meg.
aphoiie, ciijMlile of carrying Hie luimati
voln to 11 dlatiiiuv uf nearly two iuIIon,
uiin eiiiploel to aumxc the ParlxlHUN.
The apiHinitii In the luuHitloii of
MeMrN. I.Hinlct ami (tniiiiHint. Tlie tm
iiieiixe uiiigiilllcalliiii of hiiiiiiI In pro
diitwil by the aid of a m-rlo of ex
plmJoiiN of a detouatliig icon. The ie
touatloiiN are goteriieil In period mid
luteiiNlty by the iiiiiemeiitN of the
NtyliiN oer the phoiiogiuphlc record
biNirlug the original luiprcmdoiiN of the
miiorouN lhratloiiN, An 11 greater or
Iom-x iiiautlly or gaa l mlmlttnl u
liiteiinlly of the hiiiiiuI In viirh-d. With
t Ills machine wonU uttered In mi or
dinary tone are clearly heard inure tliuii
JUKI fed uway.
Aciiinlliig to Mr. I. Ileiulliiger, of tlm
I'lmleiir limtltute of t'oimtmilluople, all
ii-cciit exNrleuce In unllcil In proving
that hydrophobia, although Koiiielliiie
eMiuimieoUNly curable lu dogM, la In
nrliilily fatal In I1111111111 belugH iiiiU-kn
Hi. developmeiit U prctciitcd by autl
tabic IniK'ulatloii. Dr. IteiiilliiKcC re
vlew'K, III the Itevile 8elelllllliiie, the
uirliniH recent elTortN to ilUcuwr a nin1-
tlve cure for hyilrupliohla. The ilrxt
eH-rluieulN wltli ratlliiin appeared to
ghe proiulNe of hiiivchn In tills tllriv
t.ou, but later lim-stlgiitloii Iiiih hIiowii
that the apparent clllcacy of radlo-iif
tlvlty In iteHtroyliig the vlrim wiih tie.
ccptlve. All other alleged curen have
iiIko been found luefrectlw, but, for
tiinately, the preventive imwer of tlm
I'liHti-tir treatment coiitluueN to be tlem-
oiiNtratcd whenever that treittuieiit U
applied lu time.
Tliern Win nn Old tVoinnn, Kin,
A Mont llttlo woman oil mi limit
WiiNhlngtoii Kticet car looked around
iinxloiiNiy for ncuIn for tlio children
who were with her Two of the older
girl had Imlilc In their anna, accord,
lug to the liidlamipull Htur. fcojilo
011 the car dltl not know whether It
won an orphan' home picnic or a Hun
tiny Rchtiol convention.
"Meg pardon, lady," wild the con
ductor, "hut you have given me only
"Didn't know you charged for babea
In anna," xnlil the llttlo woman, n
Nhe kept her eye oil all otluir member
of her party.
"Hut there nrn nine without them,"
nld the conductor, apologetically. I'er
hap he really thought the woman had
only eight tlckrt.
"Ktautl tip, children," commanded the
little woman. Khe nn ImpurloiiN In
her command, and Immediately after
her older to Ntniid up they all aroiio to
Counting them one by one, Iip pre
eutly came to a little boy of about 8
yeur old, ami, pointing her finger at
him, ahe anlil:
"Hamniy, I thought you atnyed at
bouie with the ret of the children."
A West Knd avenue man undertook
to meet hi unknown girl coualn at the
tutloii on TucNday. He approached a
young worn nu In blue nnd atked:
"Are you Mia Hlnkcr
"No," aald the young woman, "I am
"I hope you will exctiae me," he ex
plained. "I am hero to meet n Ml
lllnke. Khe I my couiln. I hnve never
acen her. My alater Kato I the only
member of our family who know her,
and alie couldn't come. Khe told me
I would know Jennie becnuae elie I ao
pretty. 'Juat pick out the prettlcit girl
In the atnllon nud you'll bo aure to
atrlkc Jennie,' he aald."
The young woman bluabed, the young
"I don't know who to aak next," he
aid. 'There doenn't aeem to b nn
body eUo In the whole ihootlng match
that coiiir up to the deacrlptlou. I
gucft Jennie dhlu't come."
A tall girl In brown .it beatde the
girl tn blue. Khe got up nud glared nt
ihe young man. "Khe did," ald the
girl In brown.
"Oh, lord," anld he. "are you "
"I am," aald the girl In brown.
And of courive nobody could expect a
girl to be friend with a man ufter
that New York Knit.
The Nudum I I'miill).
Mother wear Ihe "Nilihne" otmet
(lllll-bonrdH allow yon how they look),
Klati'l kvcpN her xklrt together
With a "Nu-KInd" iiottnhook.
At our hotnw we feed on "IIInn-KiiI,"
Drink the "Mnko-Jnv ICaw-lVe,"
Fprend our bread with "Wun-Kow" huttet
Dip our toaat In "Hoc-Iajii" ten.
Ilrhlget black the etove with "l'oll-Iah,"
Dae "Klee-NIt" 011 thu lloor:
With nn "Yr'A" briiNli kIio Hcruh tlio
Ilnudle of the big front door,
All we wrnr, eat, 110 I jtmt n
Nu-FiiNli-ttnd an It can he.
Don't you think If Id-1-Ot-IcT
Ko at leiiHt thlnkN II. I,. T.
A woman taking 011 a Hccoud mar
rlago uiimt feel the mi mo nn a uiaii who
Iiiih iilwayH worn tullor-iuade anlta and
then cluiUKCrt to Imud-iuu-dowiiti.
Trnaretr of bf flrrp.
Suddenly then waa a wild ahrlek.
The paaaengrr on the lower deck
caught momentary gllmpie of a dark
object ratling awiflly from above.
Thry ruahed to the aide of the boat and
(aied In horror at a woman' hat bobbing
up and down on tb rapidly receding
It waa all they could are.
Where w the woman?
Dp on the hurricane drck of the ateanv
rr, hare headed, and wringing her bands
It waa her only traveling hat, and had
coat her $.08.
Vincent waii altogether too garruloui
In achool to plea hi teacher. Kucb
punlahmeuta na the Inatltutlon allowed
to be meted out were tried without nny
apparent effect titoii the boy, until at
liint the bend master decided to mention
the lad' fault uHn his monthly re
port. Ko the next report to Ida father had
-Vincent talks n grent deal."
Hack ciime the rejiort by mall, duly
atgiicd, hut with thl written In red
tuk under the comment:
"You ought to hear hi mother."
The katydid had been Inalatlnr that
there would be froat within alx weeks.
"I've no faith In your long diatanc
weather foreensta," aald tb tree toad,
"but I'm willing to bet there will be rata
Inald of forty-eight hour.'
Whereupon the rival weather bureau
returned their nolay prediction.
It la nature, for a woman to lovo n
uiuu more than alio ihould.
Then your blood must be in
very bad condition. You
certainly know what to take,
then take it Aycr's Sarsa
parilla. If you doubt, then
consult your doctor. Wcknow
what he will say about this
grand old family medicine.
Sold for over 60 years.
Thlt ! tha flrtt qaeatlon yoor doctor would
aiki Ararour bow.li r.ulrtM Ha know,
IfaatdallraoUon of tb bowali la atuolut.lr
nUaito racovarr. Kaapyoar llvaracUva
and jour bow. r.iuUr Lr Ukbig laxaUv
J, O. Aiar Co., Ix)w.lL Maaa.
o naauhsturara or
RHEUM A TtSM
ALMOST AS COMMON IN SUMMER AS IN WINTER.
While the damp, cold, changing wcatlicr of
Winter intensifies the pains and other disagreeable
symptoms of Rheumatism, it is by no means a
winter disease exclusively. Through the long
months of Summer its wandering pains and twitch
ing nerves arc felt by those in whose blood the uric
acid, which produces the disease, has accumulated.
Rheumatism is a disease that involves the en
tire system. Its primary cause results from the
failure of the climinativc organs, the Liver, Kid
neys and Bowels, to carry out of the system the
urea, or natural refuse matter. This coming in
contact with the different acids of the body forms
uric acid which is taken up and absorbed by the
blood. This acid causes fermentation of the blood,
making it sour and unfit for properly nourishing
the body, and as this vital stream goes to every
nook and corner of the body, the poison is distrib
uted to all parts. The nervous system weakens
from lack of rich, pure blood, the skiu becomes fe
verish and swollen, the stomach and digestion arc
affected, the appetite fails and a general diseased
condition of the entire system is the result.
Not only is Rheumatism the most painful of
all diseases, with its swollen, stiff joints, throbbing
muscles and stinging nerves, but it is a formidable
and dangerous trouble. If the unc acid is allowed
to remain in the blood, and the disease becomes chronic, chalky deposits form at the joints,
and' they arc rendered immovable and stiff, and the patient left a helpless cripple for life.
Every day the poison remains in the system the disease gets a firmer hold. The best time
to get rid of Rheumatfsni is in warm weather; because then the blood takes on new life and
the skin is more active and can better assist in the elimination of the poisons. With the
proper remedy to force the acid out of the blood, and at the same time build up and
strcngtcn the Liver, Kidneys, Bowels and other organs of the body, Rheumatism can be per
manently cured. External applications relieve the pain and temporarily reduce the inflam
mation, and for this reason are desirable, but they cannot have any effect on the disease.
The blood is poisoned and the blood must be treated before a cure can be effected.
S. S. S., a remedy made from roots, herbs and barks, is the best treatment for Rheuma
tism. It goes into the blood and attacks the disease at its head, and by neutralizing the acid
and driving it out, and building up the sour blood so it can supply nourishment and strength
to every part of the body, U cures Rheumatism permanently. S. S. S. is the only safe cure
for the disease; being purely vegetable, it will not injure the system in the least, as do
those medicines which contain Potash or some other mineral ingredient. S. S. S. tones up
every part of the body by its fine tonic properties.
tfHj j4flBafc afjtfalaife While cleansing the blood of all poisons it builds up the
( .aa appetite and digestion, soothes the excited nerves, re
V . Ife. duces all inflammation, relieves pain and completely
laft ' kaa cures Rheumatism in every form Muscular, Inflamma
KV llv H' torv Articular or Sciatic. If you are worried with the
r fr mr nagging pains of Rheumatism, do not wait for it to be
come chronic, but begiu the use of S. S. S. aud purge
the blood of every particle of the poison. Write for our book on Rheumatism, and ask our
physicians for any advice you wish. We make no charge for either.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, GAr
Laet Summer I had a se vero attack of Inflamma
tory Rheumatism In the knees, from which I wm
unable to leave my room for several months. X
was treated by two doctors and aleo tried differ
ent kinds of liniments end medicines -which
seemed to relievo me from pain for awhile, but at
the same timo I was not any usurer getting welt.
One day while reading a paper I saw an adver
tisement of S. 8. 8. for RhonzaaUsm. I deolded
to Rive it a trial, which I did at once. After I had
taken throe bottlos I felt a great deal better, and
Z oontlnned to take it regularly until I was en
tirely enrod. I now feel better than I have for
years. CHAB. E. GILDERS LEE VE.
618 22nd Street, Newport Hews, Va.
"Ruffle, can you do a little firirlng
for meT I want to win a bet. I your
fountain pen In working orderV
"You needn't do It, Ilurele,. I't
Could I'rina an Alltit.
Scott (with bill of faro) Chicken
aoup, s-u-p-e. How Is that for epell
Ins? Mott Supo la right. The chicken
doesn't take nny part la It to apeak of.
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
Tiio Kind You Have Always Bought
Upfardion What Impressed jou moit
durlnc your trip abroad!
Atom The louche I jot erery where I
went, of course.
GASOLENE ENGINES 1 1. tor...
power lulljr watrauteJ, 110, All aliea ami
tt) lea at loweit prteei. Writ tor catalog;,
RCIERSON MACHINERY COMPANY
HEAVES CURED! tSZftZl
traahl- .-.... ii..-.
Caaihi, DlitiBatr aai
aoa ma aa4 racommapj
DmiBtiU will t.l thtm.
1-rlraYMatdMl.r. Mo lr
rnatU Baad (or fn bock.
PRUSSIAN REMEDY CO., ST. PAUL, MINN
QUS. H. UUY 03H Sutik aai rtrUiaJ. Waokult Aib
Vr 1 HEAVES If
T1IK IIAIHY M.Y KII.I.KU dMlrojrj all the
nira ana anorua
rocuo and all
ii. at and will
not aoll or In
Try them onca
and you will never l without 111. m. lfuot kepibr
d.a era. lent prapulrt for wc. Harold burners.
It UeKalb ave llrooklrn, N. Y.
II KN writing to alvartUrtpUu
winiion (! papir
MAKE NO MISTAKE
will give you conv
and long service
bu cjovt tvfford
. to buy any outer
The best dealers seS tt
T1X I I'
Dr. G. Gee Wo
Th'a woort.rrnl Obi
ea Ductor la raln
(real twcauM h curea
peo4e without opera
tion that are Kite, hu
to die, 11 cure. Willi
IbiM wondetlul C'li
n.a herb, too... kuJs
tarka and TeKatablra
that are entirety uf
known to medieat ac
enralulhlaoinmry ThrojjUiba iiwuf thoa.
barm.rM remrdlea ihla lamou. itoi-lor know
in. actum moirer m u narrot r.m.Ule. which
heaurreMrully uea ii, iliK.r.ni dwam, He
saarantreatacurern arrh.aalhma.lu . brNU.
rh.uniailim, nr ..uannu, atouiu u. tler k u
n.ja, etc. t hat htitdred. ot tt at muolaj.
lliarirea moderate. I ait and aeo Ima I'aurnu
oulurtbartty writ tor btaukr andrrcoUra.
b.o4nnip. LX.NL i.Taj ION a-uUfc.
Udrttt THE C. CEE WO CHINESE MEDICINE CO
162', first St &. C. Cor. Morrison
Mention fapar. PORtlAND. ORCGO.NL
For Baby' Bath; for Baby' Clothes: for
an Eye Wash, Mouth Wash, Sterilizing
the Bottle, Washing Napkin.
All dealer. Frt Bam pi a llorax and llorax Hoap,
llooklel and bour.nlr llotura In colora, fur 10 rent,
and Itoaar'aiiam, 1'AUle'tU IUAUY 11011 AX
uu, uaaiaoo, iaj.
W. L. DOUGLAS
BEST IN THE WORLD
Tt Shot Otaltrt
W, I. DouaUt' Job.
wna Hanaa la tli 100.1
wuipleta In this roumry
Mm lfi X
HrtS W- J Urf lctr?
Portland Trade Directory
Names and Addrtssss In Portland ot Rear,
sanlatlva Business firms.
CltKAM BKl'AllATOlta-We guarantee the U.a.
Heparator lobethabeaC Wrlta lor free cataio.
Jlai.lwood Lx, mil and Oak.
MKN'SCLOTIIINO llultum a randlaton, aola
aitnta Alfred llanlamla k Co,'a correct clothes,
tverrlhlnr in m.o'a ruruUhlniis. Morrison and
Hlsth atreata, Ojpualta poatuUlc.
I'lANOS Jt 0U(1ANH-Mauyna loitrum.nta re
verllo us account alcknraa or ramoyat of buyer
Write for daacnpllou oT p'anoa now on hand,
tarnjNet. Write today, UUbart Co., forUand
shoes roa jkvkrybodv at ah. ritTcB.
Ken's Bhoaa, IS to t.0O. Pot' 8Uoe fa
toei.uo, womena.cuioea, 9ajv o .i.du.
Mi.Ma- at cnuaraa's anoes. sui.xo v ii.ua,
Try W. I. JJoujIaa AVoineu'a, Mlaaea anil
ChlMrea'aaliova) for atyle, lit aaMl wear
they etscel otltcr uiakes
If I coultf take you Into my larx
factories at Brockton, Mass. , and 5tiow
you how caretully W.L. Douglas shoe.
are made, you would then understand
why they hold their shape, fit fcetter.
wear longer, and are of greater valt4
than any other make.
Wherever you live, you caa obtata W. u
Douglas shoes. HI name and prk U stamp
on the bottom, which protects you against nigra
price and Interior shoes. Takv no tutnl
tut. Ask your dealer lor W.L. Douglas stwea
and Insist upon having them.
fait Viler tys'su una; tnty mm nor leear tnutm.
Writ torfiluatrattd Catalog ol PaU Styas.
niUVVUULAB, uepi. j, nrocaien, i