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I he best is Hood's Sarsaparilla. It
is the best because it docs the most good.
W hile it m akes the blood pure, fresh
and lively, it tones th e stom ach to bet
ter d igestion , creates an appetite, stim u
lates the kidneys and liver, j;ives new
brain, nerve and d igestive strength .
A n unequaled list of cures 40,366 tes
tim onials in two years
proves its merit.
8 arv iita h «
For • ».*>•• » 1 ... ir*r*r
In tsblnt form Moo.I a ko»i «np.it t. * ia nut« put up
|u etuMo.Int. l titl i. i « ** h 1 |» m 1 Harsaifths. m «%• i| * «
In l l i « usual liquid fo rm
harnatahs b « v « td«n it
«a lly Ml« s«oo> nutndl
vu y l«r<q.
ro p n r ti«« ns th « liquid
orili. I*ftitlnft nr« ur«. » of «I hr ««, eoi)« « o l * o » « | tteoii
o u if.
th «r* I m » íii |( no I orr by i>\ ftpor«tlou, |> m mk
a * * *>r 1 e « « * « " Hold
‘ drugqiRtR ur in»iit by mull.
C I H om i« O . I « o » « ll. à l » R R
«M a ll
Il ' "
K, 1 • 1 •
' • • 1
ia*«,, any■; " I n
Vi «rR-r* pri|mie«t 1 l.avn m*v# p
nown I food'« h»r«a|»»r il i #1 to fall, for Rprlr.q
I di mora and a* a K<m*ral blood purifier, It rtir*a
tn roflllA. IH /. IIIA , lift« no rqoftl «M ft gellt roí
• t*rIng miMiíelua (i giv*« ma g*uuiMi m U i I m -
iíuu lo Rft/ lili» "
V a ls t .
To Th« miliiltluI.-.1 olau-rver mm« of
Th« no»« of tli* Key (ill an »phial bail
tli« gymnastics perfuruted In n gum»
" I « I' »•».“ aal'l lb» «(iklnt. ap»ak!og of footliull ar* I m - joim I «xplanatlon.
for III» Aral ami only lima. "It waau't a Th* alory I* tolil of a half back wbo
Grecian n oaa, anyway"
*oliip!lllli*<] to Ilia fuinlljr a lion I tb« In
Jttsllc* of allowing fooltiu 11 player» to
wear b*n<1 protectors.
"I aliouli! think If wa» mo»l neces
sary." »11 lit bla motb«r, wbo bad wit-
u«aa«<1 on* («m u with ir.uny tremors,
“laxik at tli« front teeth your poor
ronalu Frederick loat!’’
"That limy t>«,'' anld h*r aon, stub
bornly. "but look at in*, laid lip for
two * w l u with a Inin* foot Juat from
kicking a fellow’a dob * Roar!"
*f Hlixir »/Senna
uol|y;ljÍM H >l.slaildsun(llleatl-
d u o to ( o n s tu m tio n ;
A i ts n a t u r a l l y , a cts t r i i L us
(I I JO\utiv<>
J t e s t |urMeii\Vomni mul üiild-
r e n - y o iu ij) am i 01.1
f ) e t . its 1 1 je n e '» ji,
I * 1 ¡„I ft E
> I jfe
1 e ts
A l w i v 's I m v t h e l l i 'i m m e w In ch
h a s t h e j i i l l n a m e o f t h e Com
F i o
C o .
by toftuin it 1 %
m«itui(urtuml. printni on the*
front of r s iu w |»tirk<i4r.
SOLO BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS,
©no * 1 /«.* only, re g u la r (iin y 50>' * • - Uulllo.
0 1 » KM
T ill: Y K A lt
C latsop Rues
Houthorn ________ ________
Gaelic wit. On«
walking along the railroad tracks be
iouud a »o lion hand placidly »ISepIng
b**M.- th«« rails. Callahan looked dle-
giiNtedly at the delinquent for a full
minute nml then remarked ;
I up* Oil, ye lazy spalpeen, elape
on, fur a» long a» you »tape you've got
a Job, but when you wake up you ain't
Home people make the nilMtnke of
got n ,n e " Lippiucott's Magazine.
thinking they are auru Just beeaus*
( ■ • a i t • ii 1« it ■ ■ « h « * « * » i t ,
they are slow.
U Idle little Gertrud* w *» looking out
Dyer Do you'think tor time will
coin« when we slmll have universal of » window during a thunderstorm
Ilycr Not unit*» we adopt •he »aw a flash of lightning play
along a tel»irriiph wire.
trial marring«». Town Topb*.
"Oh. mamma,” »he exclaimed, “I
"Plena* give me two bill» for luy but,
Ju»t «aw ■ piece of the sun fall down
one for ten dollar» to »bow my hua- from the »ky !" New York Pre»».
buml. ami one for tweuly 1« »how my
Mott)«!* will lln-l Mr». Window*« Soothing
luily friend».” Meggendorfrr tilnetter.
Syriil* th« l, «t r»in«dr to uw lot tbslrcbuataa
■'l*o you reiilly love me. John?'' "Ob, fluriug 16« UotMug ¡dj;io<l.
no. I wi-ur iln-tt* »uminer paid» ami
till» truuip overcout merely to nppeur
With all th» Impartiality of th* pat
eccentric, tbul'a all.” \Va»blugtou Her
tlsan, Prof. Price »et forth the con
tentions of both polltl'-al parties regard
"D o you believe Hint men nml wom ing the tariff.
en aliould have equal right»?" "W ell— | At the close of his talk he was sur
I lined to, but «luee I've Ins-n married rounded by the fair members of the
I don't dale to any mo . " — Cleveland Woman’* Current Kvent» (dub.
In to )
“Oh. Prof. Price," cooed the fairest,
Mry. Hoiillhnn (nobbing) — I never “thank you so much for your perfectly
I understand all about
»aw ye till tb' day before me utiforeh- lovely talk!
Mr. Houlihan— An' I the tariff how. It's Just like a lover’s
ofteu wUht ye hadn't »ecu me till th' , comparison» the free traders are the
day after!— Puck.
'NO ONE CAN ALWAYS AVOID
Many people perairt in tiding on tb* atreet curs. Insufficiently pr-ittcted
Tb*y * tart out peibapa in the heat of the day, and do not feel the need
The rapid moving oft be car cool* the body unduly. When they board
the car perhaps they are slightly perapiiing;.
Wnen the body is In this
condition it is raaiiy chilled. Tbia ia specially true when a person it alt-
Beginning a atreet ear ride in the middle of the day and ending it In the
evening almort invar abty requires extra wraps, but people do net ob-erve
these precautl' os, bene« th«y catch cild.
Coids are very frequent in the Bpring on tbia aiconnt, and as the Som
mer a d v a n c e s they do not decrease. During tbe (spring months no one
should think of ri ling on the car without being provided with a wrap.
A cold caught in the Bpring ia liable to la-t through the eotire bummer
Great caution ahould be oboerved at this aeaeon agsinat expoture to cold.
Dutiug the firat few pleatant daya of Bpring, the liatiity of catching cold ia
No wonder ao many people acquire muscular rheumatism and catarrhal
diaea»ea during this season.
However, In spite of the greatest precautions, colds will oe caught.
At the appearance of tbe first symptom, Peruna should be taken accord
ing to directions on the brittle, and continued ontil erery symptom disap
Do not put it off. Do not waste time by taking other remedies. Begin
at once eo take Peruna and continue taking it until you are positive that
the cold has entirely disappeared. This may save you a io.ig and peihaps
serious illness later on.
Phoebe— You would hardly know |
S t X to e l i e » » * anil »11 K rrrooe f»a »«a e e
11 O p-rmur eoil/ cnrr<i h r Dr. Klloe'e Onml
Freddy since be got bnck from Monte .-*rv-
Xn iitw. M-n.l f,.r KHKK |7tn»l b-.lUe and
He lo»t all bln money lliefe, j trestle«. Ur. U. ll.k lm ,1*1..M l A r c tib t, 1-1»11»..P»
Mr* (iiuywatar. In looking orar tba and—
Kvelyn - Hardly know him!
Mot H I-« ppul n le«.
morning p«i»*r, bail com« arruta a lisa Why, I ahun't know him ut a ll!— Plus
Adam Zawfox— What'» got yon ao
llial looked Ilka tbia:
• rated Hit».
aiu>-h inter»»t»d in that there paper?
glfroA/wk wlw liyojjjl JJybl. iinriilliniii jrnl
old Hunk» When I earn* to tbl»
Job Stutlcey— I’m looking over tbia lint
"Joalah,” all* aak»<l. allowing It to bitit,
town sixteen year» ago real estate In ! of a hundred m*ri that owns all tha
"what dix-a Ihia mvOD?"
"It ni«ana," aaid Mr. Chugwalar, "that .the bliK k where I live wits blither i money in the country. I thought mebby
th» lina'« out of ordar. Sama old atory. |irl)»»l tliun It 1» now. Olil Hi-wligu»— J my name would be there, hut it ain’t.
Well, 1 didn't much 'xpect to find It, no
Can't you •<•*?"
It would tie twi lit any block where you'll how.
settle down. Chicago Tribune.
A Hungarian atudant who waa plu'-k-d
M r W m m IMflrrrnrv,
"Officer," »ahi the police magistrate. |
at a rrrrut rinininntiuii at Klauaanburg
" I f a man lo»«s bis pocketbook,”
Bad Effects From Cold.
abut bimaalf, but brat wiugad an aiau* "what la the charge against the prls- I
asld the morallzer, "lie think» the chap
Mr. M J. Dentscb, Secretary Build
niier'/" "Having an infi-riitil machine
wbo flnda It la no better than a thief
ing Material Trades Council, 151 Wash
In his iHiKseasion, your honor," replied
If he doesn't return It."
ington St., Chicago, 111., writes:
the |Mil|cetnnti. "Anarchlat or cliauf- i
"Yes.” rejoined tbe demoralizer, “but
“ I have found your medicine to be
fcurV” queried the magistrate.— Chica If be finds »nine other fellow's [locket-
nnususllv efficacious in g/ttieg rid of
go Dully News.
book—well. It comes like pulling teeth had effects from cold, and more espe
Father— If you marry my daughter. 1 to give It up."
cially in driving away all symptoms of
nre you sure you will be nl-le to take 1
catarrh, with which I am frequently
ear* of tier In tbe style to which she | T b * - » 1« m o re c « '» r r h In t h ! » « » » t l o n o t t h e troubled.
fo u u t ry t . h ii Mil ot *.*r
ha» ulwuys been uceu»t<nncU? Suitor ati<l u ntil the la »t f ew y e * r » w a « m i ,
“ The refief Peruna gives .in catarrhal
(who 1 » in the wholesale business)— j pro n o u n c ed it a locul d i eax*- am i pre sc ribe d troubles alone is well worth the price
I'll gu u run tee It, sir, or— or return tbe ItM-al rern edie». an d by con xtan tlv fai in ' to per bottle. I have used the remedy for
c u re with l< (-al treatm en t, p ro n o u n c e d it in-
several years now.”
cum blH. 8<-i»-iicc hax p r o .e n c a ta r rh to be a
INSURE YOUR HEALTH
atitu ti n a l disease a n d t h e r e fo re req u ires
"You sold that tf I bought this sub ron
conxti u liorial treatm en t
¡ l a H ’a r a t a r r h « ure,
u a n u fa c t r .m d bv F. J. C h e n e y <$» C o ., T o led o ,
Cl*an - Light
tio n a l c u re on t t*
"T u t
I>lr**tlr « a Ika In-a»k • • „ l e a k i e r
With uiiiiurlii nnd automobiles. I'm In m arket. It it taken in t e rn a lly in doaca fro m 10
i k » or-aa. Hal * - u l.aik. aa4 I
fear for my life!” “ Well," answered d ro p a to a tcauftonnful. It acta d irec tly on the
Cl i i irr
H n u i u K i F t •■»*
b lo o d an d inucoua a u r fa r c « o f th e system .
¥lrt for H.-»— a- I
tbe agent, wsitblngly, “think of tbe T h e y offer o n e h u n d re d d o ’ larx for an y case it
I OF M**
Slaalrle llrbia. Hr*.
fa il* to cu re .
Beud tor c ir c u la r s a n d testi
I Mr »la»* aa« elvsea krai. Via» walk.
lirltices who live In fear of their live*." m
I I l 0 i n Dtnnil"
H E N E Y A C O ., T o led o , O h io .
iH U n
tell,. K .| « , l i . t o eaA gl.iel
Sold by D r u r | l* u , 7 . V ,
I »ar lay. f r kprrlal ralr. ky tka wr*k.
l a k e A a ll 's F a m ily P ills fo r c on stip ation «
Mr. Htubb (with Illustrated weekly)
L a i H A D . J . M O O H K . l* r o p r l« l.., ,
— Martha, here Is a picture eutltled
H e r G riev a n c e.
*'I>ockluK uu Ocean Greyhound.” Mr»,
“Mr. Clugston,” said tbe caller, “you
An Kngliah nawapapar bad tbia daalb | Tb* Salyalion Army la aslaliliabri in
may stop my paper.*9
aotlca th* otbar day : "At Hlralfori-on j fifty two rouulrlra and
“It doesn’t fit your pantry shelves, per
Avon, aga a«*»nly Bva.
William Sbab- | prrarbra tba goap*l in thirty one lau- to see It. I think there should lie a
law ngalust clipping off a poor dog's haps, ma’am.** said the editor of tbe
apaara. At raat."
Spiketown Blizzard, sarcastically.
•all.— Chicago News.
“That hain’t got nothing to do witb it.**
"W ould you send a man who uses
“You’ve found that you cao borrow it
profanity to Cong re*«?"
“1 duuuo.” from a neighbor hereafter?’*
a ii »we red Farmer Corutossel.
‘That ain’t fhe reason, neither,99
“Possibly you don’t like tbe editorial
course, I don't approve of profanity;
but I'd want him tc be able to hold bis policy of the paper.’9
“No, sir: I don’t. My nephew was ar
own li. any of them arguments that
rested last week for stealin’ a bog. and
•ouie up."— Washington Star.
you didn’t say a word about it J99
Mrs. Gailsby (hugging d o g)— I don't
1 her* is an rvaporution from the Inxly goin g on continually, day and
A D is c o u ra g e d D ig g e r.
night, through th* pores nnd glan d* of the skin.
This is nature's way of know what we're goiug to do atsiut
"I ace they say that when a diamond
m aintaining the proper temperature of our systems and preserving the soft poor, darling Fldo!
ness and llrxiln lity of tli* skin, und so long as the blood is free from im pur Humph! What ails him? Mrs. Gads- passes a certain size It is worth no
ities no trouble w ill result. W hen, however, the blood from any cause by (lu surprise t— Why, haven't you no more than a smaller one.”
becomes infected with humors and acids, these too must lie expelled, nnd ticed how Irritated he becomes when
“If it's too large It Isn't marketable.
com ing in contact with the delicate fibres nird tissues with which the skin is ever tbe bntiy cries?— t'uck.
Nobody wants to wear a diamond as
«0 abundantly supplier! they produce irritation and inflammation, and the
Mrs. Spender»— I wonder bow you'd bulky as a glass door knob.”
effect is.shown by p.ezcma. Acne, Tetter, and skin affections of various kinds.
1 hese impurities and humors get into the blood through a deranged or like It If 1 e'er got “ new-womanish"
"Ia that ao? Then It must be aw
men’s fully discouraging for a man to dig up
inactive condition of the system ; the members whose duty it ia. to carry off nnd Insisted upon wearing
the waste and refuse matter of the liody fail to properly perform their work, clothes? Mr Spenders— Oh. I hnven't a sparkler as big as a football.”—
and this impure, fermenting matter is left in the system to be absorbed by any fear of you ever doing that. Men's Cleveland Plain Dealer.
the skin is not only affected by poisons generated within the clothes are never very expensive.—
H I » Id e a o f O n «.
system, but poisons from without,
Catholic Standard ar.d Times.
The teacher in the Darktown achool
such ns Poison Oak, Poison Ivy,
"D o you mean to tell me you ha»-« waa hearing the class in geography.
I h » » « used your S. S S.. spring and fall,
Nettle Hash, etc., enter through the
for th« p«>t i * o y « « r * . with th« r ««u il that il
lived In this out-of-the-way place for | "What ia known as the Great Divide?" j
open |H>res nnd glands, nnd so thor
•nttrrly n lie v td m « of a form of E ciom a
twenty years?" “That's right, stran- ^ •he asked.
w hich m y doctor w as unable to c u r«.
ou gh ly do they become rooted in the
“Cuttin' a big watermelon !” answered
a rm «, low er lim b«, and, in fact, th« biggrat
ger; twenty yenrs." "But I don't see
blood that they are ever present,
little 'Rastus witb a grin that showed all
portion o f my whole body wee effected, and
what you find to keep you
busy." i bit ivoriea.— Chicago Tribune.
or return at certain seasons of each
w hen I ftr*t b «c a n S. S. S. l b « Itching, *tc.,
"Nothing, stranger. Thnt's the reason
w «a worse, but I continued th* rem edy with
year to torment the sufferer. Salves,
the result that tba dry, itching eruption en
' like I t ”— I-oulavlile Herald.
washes, lotions, etc., cannot cure skin
I think ■ great deal of
True, such treatment re
“Yea," said Miss Jllthnm. “he was an
your medicine, and have recom m ended it to
lieves some of the itching and dis
oth er« with good resulla.
It la the b e ll blood
old fin me of mine. And when you told
comfort, nnd aids in keeping the skin
him I was to tie married next week,
recom m end it for the cure of all blood and
clean, but it does not reach the real
CH AS. UOKSTM AN.
did he seem sorry?" "Yes, he admit
cause, nn<l at best can be only p a lli
W h eelin g, W . V » .
ted that he felt sorry," replied Miss
ating and soothing.
Gabble. “Did he, really?" “Yes, al
cleansing of the blond is the only certain cure for skin diseases
S S S
though he said he didn't know your
a gentle «. ting safe blood purifier, made entirely of vegetable ingredients
of the forest and fie <1, :s the proper treatment. S. S. S goes down into the
circulation, nnd neutralizes the acids and humors, thoroughly cleansing and nut Times.
Mr. Ityley— Why nre yez decoratin',
pu rifyin g the blood, and curing skin affections of every kind.
Then your blood must be in
to the blood the fresh, nutritive qualities necessary to sustain the skin and Mrs. Murphy? Mrs. Murphy— Me b'y
a very bad condition. You
all other parts of the body, and rids the blood of nny and all poisons
S S S Denny Is cornin’ home the day. Mr. Ky-
cures Eczema, Tetter, Aene, Salt Rheum, Poison Oak ami Ivy, Nettle Rash
know what to fake,
ley__I t'ought It wuz for folve yenrs ho
and all other skin troubles, nnd cures them permanently by removing everv wuz slut up? Mrs. Murphy— Me wuz;
then take it — Ayer’s Sarsa
trace of the cause from the blood. Special book on Skin Diseases and -mv hut lie got n year off for good behay-
parilla. If you doubt, then
medical advice desired furnished free to all w bo write
vtire. Mr. Ityley— An' sure It must lie
consult your doctor. We know
TTTE S W I F T S P E C IF IC r n . . A T L A N T A . GA.’ a great comfort for ye to have a good
what he will say about this
b'y like that— lamdon Tit-Bits.
.SK IN D ISE A SE S
Spells of Coughing.
Mrs. C. E. Long, writes from At
wood, Colorado, as follows:
“ When I wrote you for advice my
little three-year old girl had a cough
that had been troubling her for four
She took cold easily, and
Pe-ru-na for Colds.
Mr. James Motruon, 68 East 16th
St., Paterson, N. J , writes:
“ I have given Peruna a fair tral, and
I find it to b« just what you claim it to
1 he. I cannot praise it too highly. I
have used two bottles in my family for
colds, and everything imaginable. I
can snfsly say tiiat your medicine is th*
beet I have evei used.”
ftlv ln a r n i a
P o in t * * .
"Naggus," said Borne, "you've *•»»
that story at mine .hat's rueniag through
on* of tba magazines. How would you
advisa me to wind it up? I want to giva
it a happy eliding."
“Put all tbe characters in tha atory.”
answered Naggus, "aboard an excursion
steamer for a moonlight ride. Bend the
boat out to the middle of tbe lake------ ”
"And blow It up.”
Alexander the Great bad juat aobdued
"Anybody can bust a broncho,” he said,
"but it takes a man to put tbe snaffles
on a big four legged devil like thia one.”
Being shrewd, politic fellowa, the cow
boys of that age allowed tbe impression to
go out that they were afraid to try to
ride the savage beast, and the subservi
ent historians hastened to confirm that
“ OUCH, OH
2G YE& R S
D O I N G WO R K F O R
T H E B E 8 T P E OP L E
Is punitive proof fl the relliblllty and confidence our pa ever, will chew your food properly and thoroughly,
llenti have In ua. Ipccialiata « I w a y e in attendance, while your looks sre improved beyond description.
aaiuring prompt add courteoua attention. L a d y attend A hollow tooth that is now useless can be filled and
ant alwaya prrietit.
crowned so that It is saved for probably a lifetime.
Ketikdbl« Painlena Dentlate — Our reputation for T o secure the best results you must aecure the
reliability and thoroughness ii well eatabliihed. Cleanli- highest grade of skill.
neaa. Good W o r k and Q uick Service.
Examination free and Invited. When desired you
“ A N D IT D I D N 'T H U R T A B I T ”
can have T . P. Wise or my personal service.
Pain le*»« Extraction. 50 cents. Extraction Free
O u r fo re « la ao organised that w a can do
when pldtn or bridgei are ordered. Platei
Bent Plate W o r k -— Perhaps your teeth have become you r entire C ro w n , Bridge and Flata W o r k
•o useless that it ia impoaslblc to firmly let a a bridge. in a d ay if necessary.
1 hen the old stumpa are removed without causing you the
alighteit pain, pud a plate la fitted. If the plate fits per
fectly it will look u , t| ana perform its work of masticating
your food satisfactorily. With my 10 years’ experience in
this work will guarantee satisfaction in every case.
C ro w n an d Klridfe W o r k .— It*a a shame to spoil
you, personal appearance and ruin your digestion from
the lark of teeth to properly rusticate your tood, when a
«■ ■ »• «s '
bridge can be supplied that will cause no discomfort what-
SO « A T E S
W . A . W
I S E
D E N r fl?
Oxi*. MOUSM, TNIM »NO WtININttON. ton TUN«. IUMN
Vlcnr— John, do you—er—ever use
strong language? John (guardedly)—
Well, sir, I— I may be n little bit keep-
less like in my speech at times, L v,car
— Ah, I'm sorry, John. But we will
. « 11 in,,
eon verse about that some other time.
Just now I want you to go to the
plumber's nnd settle this bill for four
pounds ten for thawing out a water
pipe. And you might Just talk to the
man In a careless sort of wny, us If If
»e re your own bill!— Punch.
» 1 0 J*Q
U V f O
BA CK ”
PwiCE 2 5 c AND 5 0 c
(g g )
W n iC E S . FOR EVERV
M E M B E R OF TH E F AM ILY,
M E N . B O Y S . W O M E N , M IS S E S A N D C H IL D R E N .
tgg* *V. L. D o u g la s metes a n d s a ils m m « c »
m a n ’s $ 2 .3 0 . $ 3 .0 0 a n d * 3 . 5 0 a h oa a
th a n a n y uffw* m a n u t a o t u r a r In th a
w o r ld , b o c a u a o th e y h o ld i h o l r
a h n p o , i n b a ilo r , wee* lo n p m r, a n d
o r o o f jr r a a tm r v a lu o th a n a n y o t h o r
w o r ld to -d a y .
W. L Douglas $4 and $5 Gil! Edge Shoes Cannot Be Equalled At Any Price
« F A ’A T T I O I V .
W . L. DowXla* name and prtee Is stamped on bottom. T n k e W o A n M I t u t e .
*ry to any part of the world. lUua»
Sold by the best shoe dealers everywhera."
traud ( ' aia I o * free to any addrea*.
W . L . IS O I IT O L A ft, I t r o c L u u , M a w .
T h i»! « the flrut qupxtlon yonr doctor wonld
a*k: ''/Vre your bowel* re g u la r? ” He knows
th.it daily action o f the bowel* is absolutely
esiential to recovery. Keen your liver active
ami your bow el* tegular uy taking laxative
doses ot A y e r’s Fills.
b y J. C. A y e r Co., Lo w elk
A ls o m anufacturers o f
P u t.
ST JA C O B S OIL
grand old family medicine.
Sold for over 60 years.
O at o t th e H im
NEURALGIA, S T IT C H E S . LA M EN E SS. C R A M P
TW IN GES. T W IT C H E S FROM W E T OR D A M P
ALL BRUISES, S P R A IN S . A W R E N C H OR T W IS T
T H I S SOVEREIGN REM EDY T H E Y C A N ’T RESIST
Pale , Thin,
"You’ll Imre to send for another doc
tor.” said the one who had been called,
after n glance at the patient. "Atu I
so sick ns that?" gasjed the sufferer.
"I don't know Just how slek you nre,”
replied the mail of medicine, "but I
know jo u ’re the lawyer who cross-ex-
a mined me when 1 appeared ns an ex
pert witness. My conscience won t let
me kill you, nnd I'll be hanged tf I
want to cure you. Gissl day.”
! would wheeze and have spells of oongh-
i ing that would sometimes last for half
; an honr.
“ Now we ran never thank von enough
j for the change you have made in onr
little one’e health. Before ehe began
taking youi Peruna she suffered every
thing in the way of cough, colds and
cronp, but now she baa taken not quit*
a bottle ot Peruna, and is well and strong
as she has ever been in her life.”
m Otsiy O ne
Laxative Bromo Quinine
USED THE WORLD OVER TO OURE A GOLD IM ORE O AT.
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Color more Cooda brighter and faster colors than any other dye. One lOc package colors silk, w o o l and cotton equally w a ll
and la guaranteed to give perfect results. Ask dealer, or w e wlU send postpaid at 1 0 c a package. W rit* for free booklet
l»o w to dye, bleachland mix colors.
MONROE DRUG C O lip A N T , Quincy, n u n o S T ^