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Tim most Important pint of the liitmnn syrUciii In the blood. I'.vcry mus
cle, nerve, tissue, Ikiiio uinl sinew In ilcriilcut on thin vital fluid for nour
ishment ninl htreiiKtli necessary to ninlutnln them In hcnlth and cnnhle each
to perform the dlllcrcnt dutlcn nature reriulrcs. liven the heart, the very
"cnjr,liio,,of life, iccclven Itn vigor nnd motive power from tha blood. Since
no much Ik dependent on thin vital fluid It enn very readily ho seen how
tiecessnry it in to have It pine and uttcoutaminiited if we would enjoy the
Wesslnu; of cood henlth. Had hlood In responsible for mont of the nllmcntn
tf lunukiuil; when from any cauite it Iwcottien infected with impurities,
humoiM or polsoun, dlncnne In some form In nurc to follow, Muddy, nnllovr
complexion, eruptions, plmplcn, etc., nhow that the hlood In Infected with
unhealthy hitmorn which huve chunked It from n pure, frcith strcnin to n
Hour, net Id fluid, which forces out Itn Impurltlrn thiouph the tioreit nnd
Klnudnof the skin. A very common evidence of bail bloodlasoics or ulcers,
which btcnk out on the llcsli, often
fiout n very Innlcnlficnnt bruise or
even scntch or nbranlon, If the blood
wan pmc und healthy the place would
Ileal nt once, hut belui; loudvd with
Impiirltlen, which mo ilisclmrjteil Into
the wound, Irritation nnd InlUiunin
liuimresct ui nml the sote continues,
Had hlood 'In ulsu resK)iisl!iIc for
Attiicmlii, Hulls. Malaria, etc ; the
weak, polluted circulation cannot fur
nish the nourishment uud ntrcnt'th
required to sustain the Ixxly, anil a
general run-down condition of health
rcniiltn, H. 8. 8. in naturc'n bIooi
purifier nnd tonic; nude entirely of
lieallnir. cleaiulnir rootn and herb.
It Kocn down into the circulation and remove every particle of impurity,
humor or poison Hut may be there, restore lout vitality, nnd steadily tones
tip the entire system. It add to the blood the healthful properties It in In
need of, nod In every way nssists In the cure of disease. 8. 8. 8. neutral
hen any excess of acid in the blood, making It fresh and pure, nnd perma
nently cures Kczcma, Acne, Tetter, nnd nil oilier akin disease nnd eruptions,
8. 8. 8. cure Rheumatism, Catarrh, Koren and Ulcers, Miliaria, nnd alt
other dlsensen or disonUrn arising from bad blood, Hook on the blood and
any tucdlcul advice desired free to nil who write
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, OA.
aij Lewis I wus (oM (1st (It farm
er wot lltrt on itst hill paid till lis nils
Jltt do mno wjiedder dry worked er
not. so I went mi' hired t' him.
Tirol Tlicimn-Arli you playrd off
nlek, I reekiuir
Msy l.ewis cp, an t o end or
de month I feu'! list lie never paid
nobody liotliln' nohow
Homer I hare Urn scuurlnr ths
city for n kihmI xk.
JJnox You couldn't tiav done It
limner Why notj
Knoi The city terms to be as dirty
A Itark Brrrot.
The shades of nliiht wrrr falllni fast
Thr prlili of the household was en
Isttalutiig young man In the front
"Nettle," csllrd the fair one'a fntbri
from tha lltirnry, "aren't you going tc
light the gas In therer"
"In n nilmitf, papa," replied the itrni
girl, fleorge and I were Just seaLlai
ottr trlklnc a match,"
Ilstilwln 'Hi doctort tty thtr trt
rooro than fifty kind of bradacti. Io
you twllrfs It?
Ittinl I know ll, I'ro frequently
had all of 'in In on morulni t'hinjo
ALCOHOL 3 PR It VKHV
ncss and Itstronlilnt nctour
Apcifecl Rr tiitdy for Omtflfi
t Ion . Sour Stowdi.IJbrrhxj
Worms AnvulsloiuJ'oTrWr j
raeSlruae Sliuturt of
Exact Copy of Wrapper,
Your 8. B. 0, In inf opinion, i at good
mtdltlnt (in W bad 1 II Imply canno) l
Impioftd upon at a rtmtdflo purify an4 tor lh
lb Wood nJ la tattf ortlt and lout up lb
iiltm. This tpilaf ntf ll4 tt bad and I
wit run down In btallh, and bating Mtn four
mtdUInt blfhlf tdftrtlttil 1 (omratnttd lit um.
Today inf Mood ll la flnt condition tnl ray
t tntrst health ll of tbt sett. Am Slllnx poll
lion ftftmtB for t Itfit conctra bft, and
II I w.i not inftod ph'ilutcont'llloalt would
bo ImpotilUt lot nit lo fill tbt pltct. Your
11,8,11. htitt4notfftlMrvltlamta4l do
not bttlltlt lo iltt It tbt utdlt II tM(t.
WE r. VANDYKE.
Ill Win Bi(..i, n.tt.r rain, r.na.
rstlmctv Did you ter ntteod
I'strlco -Oh, yes; 1'rn hail that kind
of dysjicpsla, too! Ytmkcra Hiatus
man. One of the
of the happy homes of to-day Is
vast fund of Information o to Uia
boat methods of jiromatlni; health nnd
haptilness nnd rlr.ht llvlnc nnd know
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Products of actual excellence and
reasonable claims truthfully presented
nnd which havo attained to world
wide neenptnnco tliniURli tho approval
of tho Welt-Informed of the World;
not of Individuals only, but of the
many who have tho happy faculty ol
selecting nnd obtaJnlnc tho best tht
One of tho products of that class.
of known component parts, nn Klhlcal
remedy, approved by physicians and
commended by tho Well Informed of
tho World as a valuable aud wholo
sorno family laxative la tho well-known
Hyrup of KIks nnd Kllxlr of Senna. To
cut Its beneficial effects always buy
tho genuine, manufactured by tha
California Ft Syrup Co., only, and
for salo by all IcadlnK druggists.
For InfantB and Ohlldron.
The Kind You Have
dim BAIUIKUJ FOR riOKETS.
Unliliin IVni'tt Vrl NlHiiitlnK In lll
Inrlo lllil (irnrupliitrti.
Historic old (li-orKi'lowii, Vn., Injs
claim to the only feiico In tho world
built of Kim ImrrelH, riiul'tliore In little
ri'iisou to doubt that thin cliilin will k"
Moro tliitu hnlf n century hko there
llred In (IcorjHnwn n nU uinl kuii
mill tit mimed Kt-utM-n Daw, wIkmo shop
wnn on M nlteet, In the buslnenn w.
tlon Ills In rue shop wnn mrked with
nil kinds of (ilslobi. kuiih mid kulven,
which ho hud bound t at different 1 1 lues,
nnd ninny i trusty ilronrm Itonitlit rrom
him may yd ho found In llm old hoiucn
of Ol-orK'elowu. Thi-tw old citlM'im will
any, "I botiKht thnt kuii from ltu!i
Dnw lone iK-fnro tho war, and she's
ii h koI nnd true nn the dny I bought
There nr obi iltlrns who nil) r
iiii'IdImt the armory estnbllshitl nt Mnr-(M-r'n
Terryby the Uidti-d Htnli-n, Here
wnn uinde the first br'liloinllni;
rlttm, but which prowd rather tricky
uud diiiik'crouN urnKii, oihcr iiinki-n
of irinix ui-re tiirnnl out nt the nrsemit
to tnke tho place of the Mull rifles, nnd
these were culled In mill slornl,
l.nter the Koveriimeut decided to din
Im of the uorllilcsH kiiiis nt the
nrmory, nnd n publle miction wnn held.
ItiMllx'li Daw, the (leorcetown kuii
sinllli, ntleiiileil the snle nnd l-ouitht n
liirxe iiuiiiImt of the kuiih, hnvlntc them
slilpjml to bin lioine. Me iubl n few
of them nnd then ibvlilcd he would
iitlllxe thi stork In hand In hiilldlnK n
feiuv nrounil his two hnusvn nt tho
corner of Twenty elchth nml I ntrcctn,
ho Jhen orvnpylmt tho renldrtiee Im
nieillntely on the northwest corner. .Mr.
Dnw took tho barrels from the stocks,
nod plnelni; In the end of ench barrel
n forked, fancy topping, thus mnkliiK
upright Iron nnd sttTl pickets, nboiit
us sultstnntlnl ntxl iitlrncltve nn any
liwd In hulldlliK the feiin-n nrouuit the
old iiiniislonn In !cori;ctovn. Me hail
tho NMtn aud other Mrtloiis of the
fence mnntifnetureil to order, nnd with
bin own hnndn he did tin- largeM part
of tho work In puttlm; up h!n ;ui: bar
ret fence, which lulny In In almost r
On noiiK- of the old barrels mny yet
be ret-n the sights, but nnt of thern
havo been broken off by nourenlr hunt--rn,
nn hnvo nlso N-en taken nwny
tunny of the top plecvu. The two spUn
dlil old brick nnd stone lluelllngN nre
occupied by the fnmlllen of Cbarlen
nnd IMwnrd l)nw, sons of the man who
built the historic fence.
THE RESULT OF rOOT-DLNDINO.
Tho Clilnono Inscription on the
sketch, which wnn made from nn X-rny
photograph of n Chine wiHiian'n foot,
In rather Ironical. It In u Chlncm pro
erli, "To tuniKr with iTontlou In to
kk)II tho harmony of lu-avcu."
"Dlsoster" In nn ostrologlcnl term
ineaulug "unfnwirnhle slur," one of the
many words that astrology has be
queathed to the Hngllsh language. "Pre
dominant." "Ill atnrtvd," "In tho ascend
nut," aro other InstniictHi, not to senk
of tho expression "My ntrinil" Uvcn
"inlluenco" In really nstn)loglcal, signi
fying the flowing In upon human nffnlnt
of the power of konio henveuly Uxy,
"Petrol" nnd "lwtrol" Uith descend
from "Ktru," u rock. "Petrol" cornea
directly enoiigli through "iwtroleuin,"
rook oil, but "jietrol" through St. Pe
ter, lifter whom tho hjrd wnn mimed
iKvnuso It upiieurotl to wulk uiou tho
Nat Hnlf TUruuidi,
"Well," said tho obetllcut husband,
"now thnt I nm In politic, I Iioihj uu
"Oettlug In iwlltlcn," replied bin nm
bltloun wife, "In compnrntlvely cany,
(lotting out again gracefully la whnt
countB theso dnjH," Wiisliliigtou Btnr,
After Ibo l'roiu,
i:thcl Wnii ho untlstled with ono
fllad,vn Humph. I think bo wnn sat
isfied with nil of them. Vnlo Itecord.
Mow hard It Is to convict n guilty
mnn In tho court; and how easy It Is
in poll v let nn InnnnMir mnn In h,
nowspaiicrti and reform nieeUngsl
.MaBa--a B---J SlJ .WV
fngradlanti Necanary In tha Mnu
.facture of This Product.
11 J. BliltUy Junrt, Chrmlat, Mtho Kiprimnt
From llino lo tf trio the members of
tho experiment station staff ate asked
for Information concerning the projor
tics, cornrKJoltlon, and methods of man
ufacturo of 1'ortland cement. These
lnrtilricn nro usually ansnered by the
station chemist. Delow In given a typi
cal letter of Inquiry on thin subject,
und following. It Is tho reply given by
the station chemist.
Wolrcr, Ida., Feb. 20, 11108,
I would like to know tho Ingredient
and pioccM of muklrig Portland cement.
In llm iKsly of clay or noapatono? I
think I have tho raw material. Please
answer nnd oblige. A. W.
A great deal of time and labor have
been spent by various chemists In In
veatlgatlng tho composition and prop
ortion of Portland cement, The con
elusions drawn from these investiga
tions aro not alway concordant, but no
one dlfsiiiln from tho view that the
esiontlal Ingredients of this kind of ce
ment are limo, silica and alumina.
Other element) aro always present,
however, among thern being magnesia,
soda, potash, Iron, photphorus, man
ganese, titanium, etc. According lo
Meade, good cements vary considerably
In composition, but tho three Import
ant lugredienst will run about as fol
lows: Llmci 08 to 07 per cent; silica,
10 to 25 per cent; alumina, 6 to 10 t-r
cent; and magnesia Is allowable to the
extent of 3 to o per cent.
' Tho raw materials from which Port
land cement Is manufactured are classi
fied as argillaceous and calcareous.
Home common forms of the first are
clay, shale, and slate, nnd of the latter
limestone, marl and chalk. In these
two classes of raw materials aro found
all the ingredients necefsary In the
manufacture of Portland cement. In
the iron regions of Pennsylvania, how
ever, blast furnace slag la made to re
placo tho elny or shalo. From' what
ever aourco tbe raw materials are ob
tained, tha cement manufacturer must
see that they aro so mixed that the
product of calclnnt'.,,o cont-irii the Itn
ihirlant compounds mentioned above in
tho proportions that experience lias
jtaught are tho onea neceesaiy in n good
cement. It becomes almost Imperative
then that tho chemical compxutlon of
tho raw materials should bo known.
Although tho writer Is not personally
arqunlnUd'wlth the Jimrttone regions
of this state, It appears that there are
at least two localities In Northern Ida
bo where limestone Is found In abund
ance, and since clay Is also present, at
least In spots, in the tame district,
there accmt to 1 good reaaon for be
lieving that In tha faturo a gteat deal
of the Portland cement used In this
state will be made at home.
Of Interest to Farmers,
The following publications of Interest
to farmers and others have been Issued
by the Agricultural department of tbe
Federal government and will to furn
ished free, so long ni they aro availa
ble, except where otherwise noted, up
on application to the Superintendent
ol Uocumonu, Government Printing
Office. Washington, I). C.:
llulletln No. 100. Report of Irriga
tion Investigations In California, under
the direction of Klwood Mcud, expert
In charge. Pp -111, pis. 20, flga. 10.
Price, paper, 00 cents; cloth, 1.25.
This report deals with Investtgstlon
carried on during tha summer of 1000
In cooperation with tbe California
Water and Foreat Association. In ad
dition to a review of the agricultural
situation In Uie state, it presents a
comprehensive intension ol tbe water
laws nnd cuitoms under which irriga
tion Is practiced In California as typi
fied by tho conditions in Honey l.iko
basin nnd on Yula river, Cache creek,
Salinas river, Ban Jtwquln river, Kings
river, I.os Angeles rhcr, Sweetwater
liver aud San Jacinto river. It de
scribes tho methods nnd means by
which water Is diverted from theto
streams and used for Irrigation and tho
indefinite and cxceeslvo appropriations
of water and tho resulting litigation.
and dlrcusses the evils resulting fiom
absenco of state control of streams,
Hullotln No. 105. litigation in tho
United Btatee. Teetimony of El wood
Mead, Irrigation expert In char go, be
fore tho United States Industrial com
mission, June 11 and 13, 1001. Pp.
47, pis. 12, tig. 1. Price 16 cents. The
statemont mado before tho Industrial
commission deals chUtly with the legal
status of Irrigation, touching on stato
control, national aid ti lirlgutlon, aud
the dlipoal of the publlo gnixlng lands.
The ucceesity nnd noinlbility of storsgo
llulletln No. 133. Keport of Irriga
tion Investigations for 1002, under the
direction of Klwood Mead, chief of Irri
gation investigation, ntllco of experi
ment stations. Pp. 200, pla. 12, tigs.
10. Prlco 25 cents. This bulletin
gives tho result of the fourth season's
Investigations of the problems of Irri
gation, the rosulta obtained in similar
inveatlgatlona In prevloiw years bolng
reported In Bulletins 80, 104 and 110,
of this oflloo notod above.
Peel tbo pumpkin, cut Into pieces and
cover with boiling water. Stew until
very tender, then rub through a colan
der, Ileruru to the Arc, bring to a hard
boll, sweeten to taste and, while boil
ing, fill the overflowing bot Jars and
Impure or effete matters accumulated
fn the blood during the winter cause in the
spring such disfiguring and painful troubles
as boils, pimples, and other eruptions, also
weakness, loss of appetite, that tired feeling.
The best medicine to take is Hood's
Sarsaparilla, which thoroughly cleanses the
blood, and effects permanent cures by giving
healthy functional activity to the stomach,
liver, kidneys, bowels and skin.
aaiaaintin art inm t rtntuniia in
miM uwi mow tih.- m Hnivtnr
I'rrnartiiaT fn frntm If Alnn.
"Clilldri-n," bsstllr exelalmfj Mm.
"klromarhnrn, "jour father la comlagl
Itun out snd play awbllel"
"What do you want us to run away
from psps for?" nkul tbs children.
"I don't want joa to besr wbst ht will
ssy when h finds that bis aafrty raior
ess has fallen on tb floor, spllltd tb
L!dn out and tnlird tbein all up."
Ilia VIt of Thrna.
First Visitor Most Interesting coun
try round about here. Have you seen
Kecond Visitor (who bss Just paid
Ms bill) Yen; I suppose you mean the
rucsts leaving this hotel. Detroit
Rahora of tha I'aaf.
Arlitldra was lamrntlng tbe Incratltads
f tbs peopl of Albrna, to wboaa aarrlce
be hsd dftotfd tbe beat years of bis life.
"Still." bs said. "I want It distinct!
andrrstood tbst I am not going to max
a noise likt an unappreciated philanthrop
ist." Picking op one of tbs current msga
tinea bt looked It over to a whether or
not Tom rawaon wai still throwing flu.
Rlrrrs was walklnx tbe floor with tbt
"I wlih," b muttered sleepily, "this
younxaler wasn't so so blamed egotis
tical." "I rueta jou'd b erotlitleal. too," said
tbe Indlgnsnt Mm. IfUtra, "if you wtrs
cutting your 1 tlh!"
"Republics," anld the disappointed
tatentnan, "are ungrateful."
"Well," answered Farmer Corntossel,
'It's so hard to tell a patriot from an
offlce-seeker that I don't blame a re
public for gettln' kind o suspicious."
Ilorrora of tha Sanrlaaa.
Itlrera was writing a caustic review of
tbe political field.
"Ilrooks," be said, "give me a new
name for these chaps that go aronnd tbe
country presaging all sorts tf financial
"Calamity's preasjents," suggested
An Amfnl Htak.
Oyer I hear your friend Matchem
Is married again.
Myer Yen, This Is bis fifth wife.
(Jyer Well, as a friend, you ihould
adrlse him to be careful.
Oyer Yea. Some day he'll carry
woman who will lite to become a
ina mim earaura irfrMrttoi a. IK Ham fm.
mMm avwa; of iIiim, nTMlif, vnannri fU
iw ma 1,7 Tix,fiKi. i.ntr. or niiri, in, iins
11. tit Ulltrf it. or nrtMnntlv ttt H !. m.II Iimm mM
t U. I Jloo-lCo, I,r.U, JUm, rettore
IV V POWDER
25 Ounces for 25 Cents
A real power that raises and sustains
the dough with absolute certainty.
No failures, A cake made with
K C cannot falL
We Insist upon
money if a trial
'ii. r "-
HOCS AT ALL
rsmcca. TOR EVERV
uru.ln ArYUrv.ui. w
uCaCTJsy shocs at all V" sijfarg NjksV ys V
ra rniuaat. run lvkht 'bbbbbbb- o BBBLz.'aBBK ul v
MEN, BOVa, WOMEN, MISSES AND CHILDREN,
nra atijr tHjau $nantnaourm an fft.
world, SMtaraMM lhy Aaaf thU-mA
aWkAM, tH bmttmr. warn faaakan. aad
t HovHsat umi tind dHo
Jtrt TTtrrwhasn fthnsM naAllaU
.. in. l ..-.. r, ,. w .,
ivj'--M''-',r':'""- "". aj-
r,Tr7 TinK i waa rmpi-wir rrotiralM.
a down, t rum dr.pepola ami llittllml tr-
I faare found HwkI a HrimrHl
irom in nm no, eomblaicir
rtMxl h-allh and trf orth."
Th lloilrrn War,
"Fifth grade next year, Johnnyl
"All, you'll be In fractions or decV
main then, no doubt t"
"No. sir; III be In bead work and
perforated sguarca," I'ltUburg Post.
Ht. Vtor- riaara anil aU Ifrnrraa
anil an Ifmrraa fXa-MM
,na br Dr. XltaVa Ur.a
ur rJlKE II tr-al bntUa an4
rv luatAfir. K.1b1 tur K1LRC llffr-al 1tlM mA
w.it . uaiiaiA,ni Acn vu, Aiuaj-a.
Dyers Beema to tan fura are priced
Sboplclgh Yen. the fur trade Is ad
mittedly a good deal of a sitlo gama.
-Kansas City Times.
Uothart win find Mrs. WlniloVa )thlnf
luring l&a ttattloi p(tol.
Tha MoArra War,
flcrlbblen How would yon go flboul
getting a play on the stage?
Dribbles I'd first write a novel.
Sb.la lata Your Skoaa.
tUen's foot-Eaaa. It aurta palnlnl, awolba,
"V fc5,,i,.Vl,rf ,nU nwsboaajr!
!-w. fc? . wiuiwu .on ono. niorta. oon i
rtaoraUuiMt. eamuUrUKC Adilraaa
I.HDItn.l.l l-I.. V vr iaa
"My wife tells me everything she
does," said the benedict, proudly,
"tine is like an open book."
"I wish mine wns like an opca
book," alghed the meek little man wltb
the chin whiskers.
"Yes; If she was like an open book
perhaps I would be able to abut her
Tier ft nor Catarrh In thtt auction at tbs
country loan allotncr dltraara pat tofttbar,
ami until Ua Uit ftw xaan mm iupoa4 to M
Incurable. For a great many y.ara doeton
r.ronounerd ll a loeal dlwasa and prtaerlbad
local ramnllr.. and by conttantlr talllne t
eure w lib local trealmant, pronouored ltl
curable. Science baa proren catarrh to be a
eonitltutlnnaldlieaj and tberafora realni
eonttlmttonal traaimtnt. llall't Catarrh uta,
manufactored br T. 1. Chaney A Co.. Toledo.
Oblo. la tha onfr ronailtullonal rnra on lit
V market. Itti taken Intrraallr In doara frost H
umpi io a icaapnoniuL, 11 acu Qirarur on in
blood and ranrom aurfarra ot tha rutin.
Thf odtr not hundred dollar lor any cut II
alii lo can. fend lor circulars and UatU
Addrtta: T. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo. Ohio.
Tax llall't Family Fills for constipation.
Oa tha Ten 1'artr Llaia.
Suddenly tbt alarm clock went off.
Tbe aleeper, half awake, llatened.
"It's only one ring." be aald. "Ours u
Whereupon he went to sleep again and
missed bis train.
does not con
" - s
U MimMd on bottom. Tk Um St.t.4! Uit.
fmai fsutorr to nr Dsut of Um wsiU. lllBAa
TS UaMJaaair L fit
W. JU . UfalUAX tH, UaT