The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, June 14, 1907, Image 7

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A Hair
Dressing
Nearly every one likes a fine
hair dressing. Something to
make the hair more iiunagc
nblc; to keep It from being
too rough, or from splitting
at the ends. Something, too,
that will feed the hair at the
same time, a regular hair-food.
Vcll-fcdhalrvlllbcstrong,nnd
will remain where It belongs
on tlio head, not on the combl
Tim bet kind ot it taetliiiontal
"UoW lor over slsty ysers."
A
MxlOrJ U trcl,l..ll, IIm,
At MtMMMtllfltt r
7 suimmtu.
yers
I'll I 4.
CHUHf ITCTOIAL.
llrlurnlnw I'r.Mifr, ti( Lot,
"t recti tod lot of rejected manu
vrlptx today," "till Tltniarsh.
"Itit your replied hi friend. "I
tinit no Idea ou had ntntil ttotia to shine
mi ntitlHir."
"Not ciaelly Hint," until Tltniarsh.
"Von sre, my girt nml I iinrrrl,il, nml
In- returned nil my Irltor." Titlllla.
Iillcrlr i1mp
Mrn. Aakcr Tho leading mnn In th
show wo aaw lnt week got tun rr led.
After Hint ho Irft the show nnd now
lie aitvcrtlsca In I In- drnmiitlc mikt
Hint he In "Ml lllerty."
Mr. Akorllin! I rnn't kt how lit
can bo "at liberty" If lie I married.
Uriel,
tic If I kissed )ou would you
scrcsui for help?
Ktii What would lx the uae? Mam
ma li out ami papa It stout dssf. llal
tliioro Amrrlrnii,
POLAND CHINA HOGS
I'll i old enough la wren la bred towi at U
In dale t-frrdlnf I'edlslr lutlilllifl wllh
ftely l told Will me your wenu.
A. U SWAGGART,
AIMING OKtOON
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The Portland Tile and Mantel Go,
M- iU.l (n h i(u tfllruUr ftU.ti
Hi Uftuilful c fmlp. fiir l.numtl.
ftinl l.nrftuitld 11 It, tliolrtU an. UIL
.WlUlo-Ur
iut r. euMkrw, rro.
717 Mfquamlllff, rMUnd, Ortfon
tbi ruur
tut muir
Dip ! .fo"l
rtMiott opftr
r si la 4iU
ltM wl fit-
rainniiiMin.
till) ... U vr
Ik laatv Iklll
Trr ttiat Mi inl rM will er I n.kti( l..,
If li-t I f -I.-.!, wm r-ii4 rr c
MASOIS 10 MI 1 1, HI tI.U At., Sllre. X T
PAINLESS T"ENTISTKY
tXAMINMIONS rHCC
Unit f'rtmn,fi UrMee ttrea, i-r
i. ..in,, i. ri.i..t nur iulu,
-ji mxl nuiuf., (1.
. ,,, vale DcrmaTO
IC7. lltil Hll.,1 I till I I.V.S II, OIIKOON
MAKE
YOUR HOME TIES
HAPPIER
THE REMEOYi
A. B. CHASE PLAYER-PIANO
Po no( tnUria Hi liultument or
biniiailjrlaolcatai mrchttilim til Ulow
keylwartli opiralt piano action abatraol
rtlrccl, and praclialy aj regular piano kajra
do, aociirliiK Ilia aama aiptanlon ai Ilia
artltt ran ljr hand) ran t ntlraly taroortJ
Iroin Ilia piano In fly mlnuo'a lline, as 4
thai without Ilia ui ol a toraw drlrar.
Write (or Free Dooklot
SHERMAN, CLAY & CO.
SPOKANE, SEATTLE, PORTLAND,
Wuh. Wain, Orcjoa
a"-1 i irtfr VlTftr Tvf m
janrl rTriHBwiiJfflyfiW1ftl
TIIM WUMllOBIi TATU.
'1'Iik itrri'ii fnnii of tin' ilimtmit Irccn
An' nil inifiiMliiK oim liy hiii,
Tli" lirmlli n( Aiill'i In Hie lirri'ji',
'I'lm lolix atri'Dl lillalrli III llm Miin.
Tim Inwclnl lllnc In lli minnrn
Ar full of iiihN nml wlilrlni;,
Wlillf, Murk liolli'il milnra llr lln- nlr
Willi IiIiiIn of lmiiy atcri't Ijiiiifiii.
Tin' liitvn la nil mi fnlr nml flii".
Tim lii'l I lii-y imiki hi lirntii n linw;
AihI )i'l nml )rt (Virlnim mliif,
"I'la liuw lliH rtl irlliiriHmt lilonr.
Tlix wiuhIh nrr rnlllliit ii loilny
Wlii'fK Ktnmy lillla fnll fol'l nil fnM
Cniiii', Id no Ink" llm irlmriH ny
Ami Killmr umltli of fncry xuM.
fill off jimr itnlnly nllkn nml lnr
I'nr Ifflllirrn alumni nml luinifiuu
ttouiii
(Viiim. Imm lilt liuatliiiK tnnrki'l ptnin
To piny llm Irtmiit out of town,
I'or llimuli In Inn n Hi" xun lilm-a rcny.
Von rnn mil liifir llin awril Mnla alim
Coiim, in) Corliimt. iiniio nny,
Ami Irt n no n irlinriiliiK.
lloMiiiuml .Mnrrlnlt Wnlaou.
A NER0INI2
- of Necessity
A WHy In Iho rlnht. ii fur nn )
iimlit Mi, Mrvti'lHil Hi" HliliiniicrliiK
ixiiiii, llm aiiiilliilit hiiK'lnc on tin?
UYtuti ti ml tumlim tlnin Into it rnrj1'!
of itolil. To Iho li'ft luy k'lorloua
imlclim of Kirl IhhiIIht. tirokcti Ihti
Mill thorn I') IrfK tfori"' liliahiii, niwro-l
Willi kolllHI llti-KIH Hllll flft KPI'll
nplki'it. OvitIiomiI ttio kmuiiIIk wlilrliil
luxlly iH'nHu n tiiriiiolM Ihi)-, iitlorlmt
tholr lnlntl noion nn Ihoy cnittil
olio nnothor In wSwliii(.
Ami olio, nt liiiat, of tin' mllllona of
ctiMlnl Ix'lnt: Mnn llinnklnK !M nt
Hint ory liioiiionl, roi nl lontiiit lior
nnu on tlio allclit rnlMiiit Mhloh formM
Iho only irotiitlou fiim tlm ornol aJiln
lilo tx'lim' tin oiIko tif In. niiii ell IT.
Into lutil Ihimi murv thmi nnllliurlrly
klml lo Uirlilntl TrtilcnnU utt to lintv.
Hlit hnil noor known n nlulo wirniw
nil hrr llfo thniiik'h; twonty yonm of
iiivxittit sni. hy li'liliul Iut. Hlic
hum jouiijc, fnlr to l'.k iim. wonlthy
lioyoixl thu iln-nuia of mont wotni'ii, nml
il-ir to n inmily In-nrt, imiw fnr nwnr
III WmtiTll Afrlon, lltthllliK III nin
ll)' lH,ltliii III aklnnlithi'i with trlUv.
with n uliiok Mwt wna toiifoM moro
tlrtirmiKh 'cjhii' of Iut.
Mrn. Trtili'liiila linil coino lo Hk ijillot
tllllo ttllnict of Crikiiio, on tlio Ifcirwl
ahlro rtinal, Iniilliao alio hnil linMil
ti iv n liU'lily ool'iriil pnnt of It In
winit nno'n iitintii nllinnt. II hnil not
turnoil out to Ih nit Hint It vh hiIiiI
iil wlmt iloonT llni iIimit miimliil
nlHv, hut ChrlatMti'l nml alio llkiil Iho
mtlu'r) nml tlm Millttnlii mill tii)od nn.
'IliU whn hIhiiii tholr liikt tiny.
She wan Hilliklmt of hor Hol.lh'r-lowr
fur tioroM tho wittons nn alio kiiziiI,
whou Iut iiiIihI whn auililouly roi'iillitl
lo her iromut hurniuiKllni.'x hy n unit
trntl oxiiiinmtloii Uirno to her win
nn tho aoft Kiiiiiiiu'r wlinl. Sin tnrmsl
rtitiuil hnatily nml n.w, n llttlo fnrtlmr
on, it tall, mro llcuro hIiiiuIIiik on
tin- ory tiltfo of Iho t'llff, nii'oiliro Hint,
it 'lirlitnM know, win iiiiirotofloil.
To onll out WOtllll In- to ntiirtlo tho
riiili niUonliiror, wlim'tor It wiikj hut
Iho itlrl ni'pt Hiftly nrrtMN tho hotith
or Hint luy hotwoon tho llk-nro nml Iut
M'lf till hIio wiik JiihI hohlml Iut.
Tho wiitiiiui turnitl mum! nml nlinoat
Nrt'iimoil. Chrlntnlml, with four knock
liiK nt Iut honrl, hrotiKlit IIkto hy tho
look In tho o)on rUotttl on Ihth, laid
n hiiinl on tho othcr'n nnu.
"(.'oino fiirthor from tho odne; It In
ilnin-oroiH." nho wild,
Tho woman, who liHikttl nny thine
from .Id to do, Iniuduil.
"I t'n Hit otluo I llko," 1h nimwrrol.
MluikluK Iut n nn fnv of tho dotnlnltut
hntid nml tuklm; n hIoi fonvnrd. "llnvo
you o or wulkisl out it ollffT Should
)tni llko to oomo with mo nml try' tho
Hl'IIWltloll now-)"
Clirlntnlx'l limkisl roumt n-lldly, Thoro
wnn no one In nIkIiI ; tho only luiiiml
to Ih' htvuxt wnt tho liMHinifill cry of
tlio Ktllll.
A ftory "ho Imtt oihm lw-nnl cnino
Into Iut iiilml nt Hint moment.
"I t'n iiothliiK to walk ovor n olllT,"
hIio trlii mod, trylin; to ntondy IiorvoUv.
"It would Ihi much moro woudurfiil If
you Hlnrttsl At tho botttan to wnlk to
tho topi"
Tho othor BhruifKOtl hor nhouldorn.
"ItV it tnnttor of opinion, of couroo,"
Htm wiltl. "Lot uh try my way llrttt. I
wniit to Rt to him. Ion't you boo lw
la liockonliiK t" mt vor Uiort,"
rlhti Klnrod foroclotiHly out to sen,
mid kHpihsI tho ulrl'a nnu In n vlix,
"IloT Who?" nnkttl Clirltitnbcl, hop
Iiik tliorohy to kIi tlino,
Tho rtiBo was for n few moments huc
cciwfiil. Tho woiimii Avtw n photo
Kroph out of Iifir pocket, nu-l thrust It
unilwf tho gh;rt noso,
Olrrlatnucl ntnrtot tho blood hnd loft
hor ffttyAnd hor heart ooiiiotl to itop
he&ttu2' It was a portrait of hor lover
HOW rilENOH OEAMEM" AUE TItAINED,
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Trotn-li aoumi'ii 11 ro iiyliihly nclho nml njllt nml thm In tluo, mi It li
ntirnil, to tho tniliiliik' they not whllo thoy nrv In tholr nppri'iitlecuhlp. Aslllty
In nyntomntlcnlly otHvuinKiil ami HkIiIiicm of iiKivoiimnt la coiialdtTttl n rory
prowl niioiiiilUtitniiit. Among the oxnilara plten Hut ytiunpi-r Honuu-n wIipii
thoy outer tin mtvIoo la Hint of ropo lnddor cllmhliip, nml tho follow wwn
Ixitiuio nn prtillrlrnt nt thin n iiionkoya nml cllmli up nml down with prvnt
x.l. lint tho oiorclo In not roatrklitl to tho youupor moil nlono, for It la
quilt iictvKtHr)' Hint tin inllorn kivji In trim, m thoy nro kopt nt tlio prnctln)
n Minro of ohcIi wook nt loaat, and tlila la why thoy hnu hocomo fnmoua for
tholr nilh UHitouioiitn nml tholr ipilck work. I'or imiiiy yoant thoy have hnd
a pn-atlpo for uliuhlo iiHAomoiitit, mid that thin mny In no wis.' I lost tho
oltltvni mi to It Hint trnlulnjc In kept iii throiiKhoiit tho imvnl M-rrhv.
-Jim lllnklatoii- alio would know It
In n thiitiHiind. It had Imvii mt out of
an llltiMratotl iiht nud pnuuiiitl on
to a forrtit)"inilfiioo onnl.
"Hiln mnn wlmt 1 ho to yoilV alio
nakfl iHinrM'ly.
Tho wiimnii IntiKlHil nmlii clii'fitlly.
"lit- ho la hnmlamio, t'lioUKh, Iwi't
liol" alio I'UiTlod. "Voil ain to ntl
inlrv IiIh ili'tnn thoy nil do. t'onn.
wt will po topothor nml noo lilin. Ho
will U mirprlil; In louit mo ho
lot oil iiiooikv, and thoy nnld hoillod"
alio loworttl hor voire, then rnlaotl It
npnln niidiloiity--"hut It unmi't tnio.
Ho li tMt'konltiK to mo to oomo. nml wo
will pi toKellior, you and I -for I do
not wnut lo po akino. Not Then I will
pu mIoiio!"
Wlmreiiiwiu a llpht, Mwlft nml almtr.
ntpiil In flirlntHln.il hoart. Why Kliotild
ho not let thin mad woiimii iTlili"r
Why MVf her for him tho Mncaho
In, til iH'Nt on tsirth. A maniac! Well,
hIh would not 1 uImiI, hIk only mar
rotl (ItHl'a Miiillt world 1 U't her Ri
P
Thou 11 pn'iit nnilaloii of foollnc
fiimo oer tho plrlV rml. Slit h.iw tlio
hideout touiilntloiii who know tlmt.
ivmo wlmt ttilKht, think wlmt nho
would, nho mutt nine 11 fellow croHtilre.
It iMvmno no lonpor a mnttor of oll
Hon It wan a mnttor of neoo-oilty,' for
ai'tlon and colfnaerilUv, which omion
lo otory liuinnn Indue lrn Into tin
world, with hln or her slum of rnK)ii
nllillltlon with nvanl to nnotlior. Why
auvo a Itiiiiitli'T Why nliould a nam wo
iimii dlo for nil Inmitio one? Why? IU
eauno tho liiHllni't In Ihero, wheUier nho
will or no nil Instinct which tUcn
hard. Of mvt'BHlty ho inuat nnvo hor
Blator, Ihi Hit oxelinnpo over no un
equal, Hk) rvnult of no little appatvnt
Hittlitfiu'tlonl
All them thouphta aurpitl momentar
ily throupli ChrlataU'l TrodonnlH mind
nn nlu) hIihh! on thu Hiiullt clirf; and
thou nho wroHtlwl and ntmppleil an nho
Imd net it though to wrontlo, with all
the luck t)f a long llm of ilead anil
gono niuvHtom, wrentlod till nho felt
hornolf prowlng tllixy and faint; nud
tin nlgu of Hit cliff drew over nearer
nud nearer, and ever Unit mad, mnd
fnoo, with thorn) ferocious eyes, gltwuetl
Into livrn.
A ntroiig lmnd thmat tlHm apart; n
Ntern volco tliutulcrotl a wrathful In
quiry. Tho woman nauk trembling on
tho heather, her whole figure shaken
with Holm. Chrlstauol.bredthleaN, whlto
facwl, whlto-eyed, sttKxl nlmktng In ev
ery limb from hor recent strain but
Mfe enfol
"I'oor thing l" Tho rtoctor looked
pityingly at tho woman. "8I10 has es
onpod ngnln, but thoy nover thought of
looklmr hore. I supikmm, Vou havo Imd
11 hard flglit yes I underutnud "
"For life," put In OhrlBtabel, with
Una thnt trembled, as a shudder passed
through hor frame.
The doctor whlppou. out a flask and
if
i
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Bvtat "",
told It to her mouth. "Drink," he
timmnmloil. And wlmn '.w Imd done
hln hlddlug, ho tunietl and ajuke kindly
to tho mwcrliu lunatic. "Cme home
now," ho mild. "MIk Ijiey, do you know
t In nearly teatlme, ami Mnaom will
In wondering where you nn. You
ilnmld not take mieli long wnlkrl alone;
thoy are not good for you." The matter-of-fact
toiiitj roflchotl the i)r daitil
hrtllu; nho ntlll cliltc-liol tho photo
prnph. Tin tloctor, rnlalng hla eye.
hw Ohrlatalo looking at It with a
queer cxproxHlon on her pretty fnco.
"Her liner," he Htippllci! hrlelly In
low tonen that n-aehett only her ear.
"I'oor thing, ho dlctl of cholera In Itxlln
ton yonrn npo, and tlmt was what turn
tl her brain!"
"Itln name?" hroatluM ChrUtnbol.
"Henry IllnklHtou. Did you know
him a lleuteunnt In tho navy? She l
tiudor a tlelualon that ho In calling for
her, and that wo an keeping them
apart. It In potting ilamp on the
heather; wo must Ik making tracks
now, 1 nm moro Mrry than 1 run say
that thU nhoiild have hniimsl."
Hut the face Chrlhtabel llfttM to hla
aNtoulNheil him lMyoud motinurc. It
wnn radiant, glowing.
"I am engaged to his brother," nho
volunteretl nliyly, "nud he Is no like
that picture "
"Ah, I noc j on Imnglned they were
the nnino." Tho doctor wnn only hu
man and chuokletl 11 1 the coincidence,
which hnil meant o much to his com
panion. "1 congratulate you and must
win.li you good afternoon."
lit shook ImiihIk, ami then proceeded
to lefltl bin patient away, without a
backwanl look. Clirlninbel turnetl her
face towards Hk M-ttlng nun and her
llpn inovetl, "Thank t.od!" she cried
fervently.
When Jim Illaklnton came homo not
many mouth- nfterwariln on long
loavo, ho wns told the wholo story,
"I should lwve let her go, I'm
nfrnlil, I should never have saved
her," he wild, looking at Chrlstabel's
happy fact In wonder.
"You would have saved her," alio an
swered proudly, "You nro so hrnvo;
Ivesltlen, I can't explain properly, but I
did It of neoeiwlty."
And then and there It dawned on tho
young noldler that tho reason account
ed for many so-called mysterious things
of overyday life. There aro many he
roes who aro lioroes "of necessity," of
whom tho world uovor hears, but they
nro noiio tho less heroes because of
tlmt. Philadelphia Telegraph.
Ilnphnel rartritlt llrliiya (100,000.
lUphael'a portrait of tho brother
of I'oih) Ixk) X, dated 1514, has been
wold for- Jf 100,000, a record price In
tho Berlin hrt world.
If a man Is called ujwti to bury his
wife's pug dog h Is apt to shed tears
ot Joy,
''Mlaanotallnna."
When I)uls XVI, laid his head be
neath the guillotine, his confessor,
Ablxi Edgenorth, dlsmlaned him from 1
the world, 00 hlatory tells, with "Bon
of Halnt Ixuls, ascend to heaven 1" yet
In reality ho an Id nothing of the sort.
Tho brave deflnncc, "Tho guard dies,
but never surrenders," ottrlbuted to
Cambronne when, nt Waterloo, the Im
perial guard were ordered to throw
down their snns, tins been shown to
have been the fanciful creation of some
historian's mind; slid tho saying,
"I'rovldenco favors the stronger side,"
or, as It has been corrupted, "Uod Is on
the side with the heaviest artillery,"
which has been attributed to Naiwleon,
really originated with writers of an
tiquity. Cicero allude to It as an "old
proverb."
It would take volumes to contain all
His blunders, small, largo and Indif
ferent, that historians have made, and
the lamentablo part of It Is that the
old blunders aro constantly being made
over again.
Carrflns It Alone
An elderly snd most reapectable
looklng man was recently brought be
fore a magistrate, savs the London
Telegraph, charged with unU-coinlng
snd hilarious conduct.
When he was asked what he had to
say for himself, ho mumbled something
about "doing as the Itomans do."
"Very good." returned tho magis
trate. "Continue to do as tho Homaos
do. Pay seven shillings sixpence!"
CASTOR I A
Por Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Denra the
Signature of
&&JUt
Too Mnrh.
"That man Itelccrndolrt Is tbe most
conceited, Insufferable, vain, arrogant.
Insolent, purseproud Individual that
trammels tbe earth," said tbe man with
the automobile goggles.
"Why, I heard that be towed your
runabout In for you yesterday," said
the man with the gasoline on his coat
"Towed It tnt Darn Itl be happened
along In his big touring car when ay
little mschlno broke down and I'll be
banged If he didn't rig up a derrick
of some sort snd swing my runabout
Into his tonneau snd haul It lnl"
Judge.
Mothara will find Mrs. mallow's Soothtni
Bjruiubab.al rerardr to uwlorthtlrchUdrea
lurluf lb Wtthluj !9tiod.
81 roue
"Yes," said tbe guard. "I was able
to detect the enemy long before they
arrived on the spot.
"Ah, you could scent danger tt
distance?" said tbe Interviewer.
"Easily. They came In gasoline au
tetnoblles." '
TITO SU Vitat Pane ana alt StrrMt Dtsa,M
HI.N rwm.o.nilr curJ r Dr. Kllna'a Urrat
Mr, flxiortr. K-a for FIlKK IJIrUl boUW rl
If all. Dr. It. IL Klin. LiL.au ARb bt 1'BllJk.t'a.
not What II IVanleU.
Pat 01 wlnt on a sthrolk fer shorter
hours last week.
..... . . j... .
,i aiilie .n aiu yci gri cow
Pat l'atth. an' Old dl thot. It's me
sllf as ain't workln' at all now.
A brochure Is a small hook, stltcbed,
not bound, so named from the French
"brocher." to stitch.
SKIN DISEASES
HUMORS IN THE BLOOD
"When thcblootl is pure, fresh and licalthy, the skin will be soft, smooth
nml free from blemishes, but wheu some acid humor takes root in the circu
lation its presence is manifested by a skin eruption or disease. Thesej
humors get into the blood, generally because of an inactive or sluggish
condition of the members of the body whose duty it is to collect and cany
off the waste and refuse matter of the system. This unhealthy matter is left
to sour and ferment and soon the circulation becomes charged with the acid
poison. The blood begins to throw off the humors nnd acids through ths
jxircs nnd glands of the skin, producing Kcrema, Acne, Tetter, Psoriasis.
Salt Rheum nnd skin eruptions of various kinds. Eczema appears, usually
with n 6light redness of the skin followed by pustules from which therm
flows a sticky fluid that dries and forms a crust, nnd the itching is intense.
It is generally on the back, breast, face, arms nnd legs, though other parts
of the body may be affected. In Tetter the skin dries, cracks nnd bleeds ;
the acid in the blood dries up the natural oils of the skin, which arc intended
to keep it soft and pliaut, causing n dry, feverish condition and giving it a
hard, leather' nppcaranrc. Acne makes its appearance on the face in tlia
t .. t.. . . onu f pimples nud black heads, while)
yt'n ind couia flmtToth.n"? Tsoriasis comes in scaly patches on dilTer-
iS2l"i&lnlYvu'&"yu foro'3 0I skiu troublc Js S31 Kheum;
?"JJ '5?,f,i.vhea there, flowed s its favorite point of attack is the scalp.
tftllfiSViKSSSio'tl sometimes causing baldness. Poison Oak
t2"-k,..lx V" lift r"w " 5 ond Ivy are also disagreeable types of skin
?!S-."ia!?A SSf.-Sr.A" & disease. Thc humor producing the trouble,
yrbeniuaodB. s.a. 1 round u nor- lies
TMAt mint. Thar. Iibm nMVAi- liAatn ....
my rsturn of the trow
1 trouble,
O.U.I.V.
Ana,
Btookman, Keb.
S.S.8.
PURELY VEGETABE
because they do not reach tho blood. S, S, S. goes down into the circulation
and forces out every particle of foreign matter and restores the blood to its.
normal, pure condition, thereby permanently curing every form of ska
affection, Book on Skin Diseases and any medical advice desired Mat fi M
to nil who write. S. S, S, is for sale at all first class drug storea.
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dormant, in the blood through that
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Winter to break out and torment that
6uffererwith thcreturn of Spring. Thettest
treatment for all skin diseases is S. S. S.
It neutralixcs the acids aud removes ths
humors so that the skin instead of being
irritated and diseased, is nourished by a
supply of fwjh, healthy blood. External
, applications of salves, washes, lotions, etc..
while they sootho the itching caused by
skin affections, can never cure the trouble
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