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of Pura Blood
That is what ix required by every
organ of the body, for the proper
performance of its functions.
It prevent biliousness, dyspep
sia, constipation, kidney eorcplniut,
rheumatism, catarrh, nervousness,
weakness, faintnees, pimples,
blotches, and all cutaneous emo
tions. It perfect all the vital processes.
S P. Kmon. Woodstock. Ala. took
Hood's ttorsmiwmll to make hi" blood pur.
He w rites thai be had not frit well but
tired forxome time. Before he had bnisheil
the first bottle of this medicine he felt let
ter and when he had taken the second was
like another man free tram that tired feel
ing and able to do his work.
Promises to cure and keeps the
promise. Accept no substitute, but
get Hood's today.
A Word of Sympathy.
We should speak " comfortably to
in onmmiv unit tn rhft ri?pnrSftd-
A word of svmpathv timely spoken is
balm to a wounded heart. The letter
written in the spirit of Him whose
,a in of comfort is some-
times the opening of the soul to grace ;
Laxative BromoQuinine TaMu
the remedy that cure a cold In oa day
Oregon at the Pan-American.
The Oregon commissioners to
Pan-American Exposition say that the
state's exhibits will include nine-;
pound potatoes, the largest cherries and j
apples grown aud trees six feet in
Ftati or Onto, cmr or touedo, i .
FRASt J. Cheney make oath that he Is the
senior parierotihe firm oir.J.lHEKET&lo.,
doing buaineu in the citr of Toledo, Count
k:. s tn.. iA .nil ! aii4 A m will
and every cane of Ctlarrh that cannot be cured
or toe use ot hall's uatarrh ctrk.
FRANK J. CHENEY
Sworn to before me and subscribed in m
presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1&86.
I ""Tl A. W.GLEA30N".
IWALJ notary Public
Ball' Catarrh Cure it taken interoallT and acts
directly on the blood and tnocou mrlacea of i
theiystem. send lor testimonial, tree.
F. J. CH ESEV St CO., Toledo, O,
Sold br druggie, 76c
- HaU'i Family WUs are the best.
Tower 391 Feet High at Buffalo.
a .. .-f a- itt
An electric tower cut leet nitrn win ,
be the centerpiece of the ran-American
TOO KNOW WHAT TOO AKK TAKING
When yon take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonio because the formula is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that it
is simply Iron and Quinine in a taste
lees form. No Cure, No I'ay.' 60c.
The Midway of the Buffalo Exposition.
The in id ay of the 1'nu-Americin
exposition at BafTalo costs I3.UOO.00U.
Sores and Ulr never become chronic
unless the blood ia in poor condition is
sluggish, weak and unable to throw off
the poisons th;tt accumulate in it. The
system must be relieved of the unhealthy
matter through the sore, and great danger
to life would follow should it heal before
the blood bas been made pure and healthy
and all impurities eliminated from the sys
tem. S. S.S. begins the cure by first cleans
ing and invigorating the blood, building
up the general health and removing from
liie J!1 CONSTANT DRAW I
all morbid, f7DOM OVOtv !
enete matter. " r
When this has been accomp'.iabed the dis -
charge gradually ceases, and the sore or
nicer heals, it is tne tendency of these old
indolent sores to grow worse and worse,
and eventually to destroy the bones. Local
applications, while soothing and to some
extent alleviate pain, cannot reach the oeat
of the trouble. S. S. S. does, and no matter
how apparently hopeless your condition,
even though your constitution has broken
down, it will bring relief when nothing
else can, It supplies the rich, pure blood
necessary to heal the sore and nourish
the debilitated, diseased body.
Mr. I. B. Talbert, Lock Box 34s, Winona. Miss.,
eayc "Six year ago my It,
rom the knre to
tne foot wa one aoua aore.
treated me and I made two tritx to Hot
but found no relief. I wa induced to try 8. 6. S .
and it made a complete cure. I have been a per
fectly well naa ever since."
is the only purely veg
etable blood purifier
known -contains no
poisonous minerals to
ruin the digestion and
add to, rather than relieve your Buffer
ings. If your flesh does not heal readily
when scratched, bruised or cut, your blood
is in bad condition, and any ordinary sore
is apt to become chronic.
Send for our free book and write our
physicians about your case. We make no
charge for this service.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC C0 ATLANTA, 6A.
r.imii whiui aii cikF tail s7
Beat Couiih Syrup. Taste Good, Ue
in time. Hoia ny araefrin.
LOVED LIFE YwO WELL.
Aaclant Natcbes Indian Who Raballst
Aaainat lelii S'crlftcetU
One of the repulsive features of the
laws under which the Natchcx Indians
were governed Nvaa that when a nuin
ber of the royal family of the nation
died It was necessary that several oth
ers of the people should acvothpany
, him to the to tub by suffering death at
the bands or executioners. When me
Ureal Sua," the hereditary chief of j
the whole oarton, died, all his wives, in
cat he w
ere provldetl with more than;
also several of hla subjects.
ua.a SlKlltWUl fitllitW tllm Illt. 1hri
rata nf ahmtan-a Thu "l.ltttu Sim." !
secondary chief ami also member o
the royal family, likewise claimed,
when dylnjr. their tribute of death from
the living. lu addltiou to this, the ln-
exorable law also condemned to death :
any man of the Natehea rac who had
niarrieu a gin or tne royai jine oi mo
"Suns:" on the occasion of her death
he was called upon to accompany her.1
"I will narrate to you upon this uu!
Ject." wri'a an old French chronicler
of Louisiana, "the story of an Indian;
who was not In a humor to submit to
this law. Ills name was Ktteacteal.'
He had contracted an alliance with the
Suns.' The honor came near having;
a fatal result for him. His wife fell
j"h. and as soon as he percelre.! that
was approaching her end he took
to fight, embarking in a pirogue on
the Mississippi, and sought a refuge
in New urieans. lie piami ninwu-
under the protwtlon of the Governor,'
who was at that time Mon de Wen-
ville. offering himself to be the (.ov-
I ernor's hunter. The Governor accepted
j his services, and Interested himself In
bin behalf with the Natchez, who de-
answer, that he had nothing
to " fear, inasmuch as the ceremony ,
was over, and as he had not been ret-;
ent when It took phce. he was no
'longer available a a candidate for ex-;
ecu t Ion.'
New Orleans rlcayune.
MRS. BECKWITH DIVORCED.
Granddaughter of Abraham Lincoln .
Freed from Mar'tal Hond.
Mrs .Jessie I Beckwlth. daughter of ,
Robert T. Lincoln, of Chicago, and
cTflmldnutrhter of President Lincoln.
. A . . m- m..-Pi.ul USirron Iti-i k with.
a baseball and football player at Iowa '
Weslevan University, has ben dl-
r t I i . 1. ..
LUiverKitjr. uus ur-u ui-j
vorcel from her husband. At the time j
Miss Lincoln met Beckwlth he was!
playing on the Iowa Wesleyan football
eleven. She was then visiting her
grandfather. Senator Harlan, and It Is
said asked for an introduction. Mr.
Lincoln tried to break up the courtship,
but in vain, and It culminated In an
elopement. A quarrel soon followed
anu tne uauguier reiurnin iiuihit. i-vr.-
. t - .1 l . ... .1 1. TJ 1 .
I wun later ennstea as a private w,in .
company r, v irtiein towa volunteers,
and was sent to Jacksonville. Fla. In
the meantime Mrs. Beckwlth had ap
plied for a divorce and It was granted
on the grounds of desertion and mm
support. Beckwlth Is now a I rakeman
on the Burlington road and lives at
MISS HELEN HAY. "
; Danuhter of the Secretary of State,
Who I a Favorite In Wnhlnrton.
One of the popular and beautiful
girls of Washington society Is Miss
Helen Hay, who has a number of the
characteristics of her
father, the Secretary
of State. At the
many diplomatic, of
ficlal and private so
cial functions she is a
welcome guest, nnd
her social qualities
are similinr lo those
which have made Mr.
John Hay so uni
versally liked. Her
mind Is keenly alert
to the world, and she
miss hay. has an Intuitive
knowledge of people. One of her most
charming, traits is her fondness for
children, and ber skill In verse is seen
In the volume recently published by
her, entitled "The Little Boy Book,"
the petry of which appeals to all lovers
of the fanciful, the quaint and the hu
morous. Quakers in Parliament.
The Quakers are the most largely
represented community In the British
Parliament. There are only 18.00C
members of that sect, and they bars
MK JRSSIR L. BECKWITH.
Something Out of Lift
It U not to be denied that one
it getting omethtnu out of life- Tha
niao who lives tor mero dollart and
rants is not get lug the iuomI out of lifst
nor ho who liven for ths indnljrencs of
ths bodily appetites, or plsaaurs ouly.
No one oaa get the most out ol IK sx
copt by comae with his fellows.
Rev. T. IV, Tayae.
Th dw of th Pro
, a romni0n tt.itUm, but tew realUe
actual power, (ireut as is the Influence
of the it cam. 'jj,"';'1; ;
.1. . il. . , I . ., .....m ilv.ldttb
ia. inihireatioii and I'oiiaiipalloii. U will
via, iiiiiiiretuioil mtti rmn"ipi". -
lone up the nerve. Mtmnlnie inactive kid.
ev. and as an 'apiietiser. it l unequalled,
If vou want to ret well, andkeep well, use
llostetter'e Biomuch isittem.
rhers'a a beger at the door; snail I
gjvs nm anything?
tiive him our bath tickets that are
left over. It's too cold now, anyhow."
Th Meal frecrr.lptloa for Malnrla
Chills and Fever ia a bottle of t roves.
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply
iron and quinine In a tasteless form,
No Cure, Nd ray. ittee COo.
Origin of the River Jordan.
The river Jordan has its origin in one
of the largeet springs in the world.
Little Liver Pills.
Must Bear Signature of
!yf Fae-Slmlle Wrapper Below.
Tear aaaH mm& aa aaay
te take m amgaaw
ret sauow skii.
I rot TMCCCMPLCXI6I
CURE SICK HEADACHE.
Emery O. I'endleton has two inter
esting relics at his farm in East Bel
fait. Me. The old well sweep in the
door yard has stood there just 100
years and he bas a sign which was in
use when the place was a tavern kept
by J. Stephenson In the year 1800.
Pino' Cure la the brt medicine we ever
ttned for all atfectiona ol the throat and
lungs Wm. 0. Kbhbi.it. Vuubureii, liul.,
b ei. 10, l'JUO.
No Typhoid In Weit Africa.
Inquiry made in rolynesian Island,
Guinea, and West Africa in-
that ' typhoid fever does not
occur in those regions, bnt seems to be
a by-prod act of civilization.
II a ewttkA
The Kind You JIavo Always Bought has borno the signa
ture of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his
Eersonal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one
deceive you la this. Counterfeits Imitations' and
" Jiut-as-flrood" are but Experiments, and endanger the
health of Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castorln is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
Boric, Drops and Soothliitr Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Horphino nor other Nnrcotlo
substance. Its ace is its ruarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Fevcrishness. It cures Diarrhoea ai.d Wind
Colic. It relieves Tccthinff Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Haye Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TNI OCNTAUN MMMNV, TT MUMKA aTMCIT, NW VOH OITf.
In Justice to Herself, Her Hus
band and Her Children, Her
Health Should Be Her
Thoursudt of women endure the tor
tures of living death and at t lat uo j
eumU to the dlirsaea peculiar to their;
...11. Luau-liK ri lif Mltfl j
health which inlKht be theirs If proper
thetio is the story ol Ihounaiio 01
young mothers ho every year are ear
rle.l to their Braves leaving little chil
dren to itruHgle alone in the world
without the tender care aud wine couu
set of a mother. And how deplorable
when it is known that there is a reme
dv ao exactly aoited to the need of
nfferinir women that It cure the!
inoi-t stubborn ot their dUeane.
Immediately after the birth of her
first child in I88, Mra. (irsce Camp
bell, of No. 801 Logan rtreet, Grand
lUpids, Mich., now 28 years of sjje,
was afflicted with a eoiupt ica tloa of
tiiseaaes. Her story, at Kttd lu her
own word, follows:
I 'The birth of my firt child left in)
! in a deplorable condition. My )tei
was broken down and 1 suffered from
seueral debility. I was exceedingly
nervous and rhetituatiNiit slxo troubled
me. My appetite failed and the mot
delicate aud inviting food failed to
tempt me. t was thin and pule, and
bad neither enorgy mr amliitiou. My
cane bad been (.'towing iteadily wtre
for two years. I had uaed aeiets. so
called remedies but found no curative
qualities in tlieni.
"in the nummer of 18113 1 wan vWit
ins my ttrundtnother li Ludiuitton,
Mich., aud there learned of the wou
deiful cures efToi ted by Dr. William'
I'lnk I'llls (or I'ale i'eople. 1 tried the
pills and had not llnixhed oue box be
inixhed oue box be-
otter. I continued j
h the yrsr sud the ,
ict enre. 1 nn no j
rbeuamtio and have j
(ore I felt much better
taking them throueb
renull wan a jmrfe
lonuer nervous or .i
more than retrained my lout Deith. I
certainly reeoiumeud the pills to all j
who need them and their reunite have '
alwsvs been beneficial. '
MKS. (SHACK CAMPBF.LL.
Sul)criled and tworn to before me
this 20th day of Joly. llt0.
B. F. BAKKNDSICN,
real. Notary 1'ul.llc.
At ail drugitut or direct from Dr.
Williams Medicine Co., Hcbuectady,
N. Y on receipt of price, 60 cents per
box; six boxes for $ 3.60.
The Pn-Amrlcjn Floral DUpUy.
The great floral display at the 1'sn
American Kspuattion will include 500
beds of popular flowers.
If yoa hatta't a twulir, balthy aiomDt of
bowl ry 0r. yun'r lc. or will He. Knii tou
bow) otxa. and t wall, lore, lo lb bpo ot
flolnt ptirl or pill tnlaon. I diiarou. Th
.mooitoe.i. lvt. mot vcrlmrx wf of lB- tbe
V m tit ler aad clwo it lo Ua
Plaant. PaUuble, Potent. Tt0poi, DoOood,
KerHlakn. Waaktin.orUrltKi. lUe. 10a Write
for fr (ample, aod txMklat on baltb. Addr
ttwHaf Imm4; twr, Cklttf, iHlml, in Tw. Dt
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
V rsaef auss atewnato
Menil tnt tf Catalogue.
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Annual ('tali now ria.iy. Malto4
lreon riu-t. Full tine ot aupplie luff
(arm. poultry, beea or anrtloti,
BUELL LAMBt RSON'S 80NS,
180 Front Strset. Ponlsnd, Ore.
Saewa lb eounlry ever ae
lb meal ,rl table MevSalbat
aa be Iwutbt. tua't v a
altifeal 00 ciwt loll ami Ium a
feUer il trvi.
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Suite 613 New York aiif
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writs ui for Catalogue! and Price.
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ITCHlUt fllea produce tnolHtur ndcu. luihl
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