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And eating ia «imply perfunc
done because it must be.
This is the common complaint of
If eating sparingly would cure
dyspt |wia, few would suffer from
The only way to cure dyspepsia,
which is difficult digestion, is to
give vigor and tone to the stomach
und the whole digestive system.
THE INSIDE HISTOHT
or A RIMARKABir CASE SO* H'BUStt
THE HRST TIME.
It It retateti that once, when a cap
talo tn the army contei cd hy th« en
emy, he addremed bl» men aa follow«:
Mr«. Mchol« Make« a •lalriitef. 1 «Ilina !«•
"My men. tight like demons until your
whivh I rd lu 4he 1 rouble.
powder gives out. then run.
I tie lame. I'll start now.”
I'm a lit-
THE CZAR'S Oit) NURSE
Th« W»r«t *«•
Grief of an Auto« rut for the Wo»iau
Mho llo’t loive.l lltm,
•*lt 1. admitted that N<>|"-I’*’1'
par.......an get »hum »>■•>*•••«
that they |*r<*|«'»» to gire ,,u,‘
A picture of the way lu which lute
I 1*1 .¡«a
level« all earthly dlstluctloua 1» given In I a HIÌ®,
L ’rtii. •• —U»
Jaiue« Creelmau'« book, “Oil the Great
Highway.'* Mr t'reeliuun »as In llu*
■la aa a special correspondent nt the
Ilk« th« Othtra
time when the Czar. Alexander 111.,
“I thank G«»l," »<>i*l ,l"’
mourner, “that I urn not »» »the» m»»
through the streets of St Petersburg,
“Oh. I .lou t know." ri
behind the 1*01(111 of Ills old English la«Iv. “You «'em to I* •>
nurse He «ays:
many of them
Gn that dark, stormy day when the .«*at in .« ear la»t nifflit "
Czar'« Kngllali nurse died In the Win were lot« of worn« » »lamlit
ter I'alace, 1 um in St Petersburg, and cago Recoril-Herahl.
1 remember well Imw the wet »now fell
from the blotched sky. and the wind
whistled up the frozen Neva
Wherever I went lu Rus»l:i there was
always present lu my mind the figure
•f Alexander III., a* I once »aw him.
rldlug at the head of I’.la cuirassiers, an
arrogant glaut. on a great black horse,
towerlug almve Ills soldiers, the Incar
nation of brute force, splendid and ter
Sh«>—Really, my hu»l«mi i» q'i'<» •
rible. But I wa» yet to see the huinau
nature hidden under that glittering hel ph i l<M»>|>li««r.
Her Aunt —Well. » man 1,1 '«•»*
met and breastplate.
well l»>w tilth« ilii'VÌUble »heu
The Czar was with til» minister»
marrubi to il!—t’hicag" Jvurii»!
when a messenger told him that bls
nurse was dead. Through the dull,
barsb nature of Alexander there rn n
oue stream of tenderne»» love for ( lila
woman. Kitty, who had mothered bhu
In twybood. And she was dead.
Tbe autocrat of all the Russia» went
•kme through the storm to the dark
ened room In the Winter Palace where
bls dead nurse lay Tbe giant knelt b«»
shle her body with a great cry. and the
attendants withdrew • ml left bltu
For a long time tie remained there
with bowed bead, «nd when he came
out Of the hushed chamber there > waa
• look on bl» face that »0 oue had I ever
sen there before.
Th* World « Orrai CHI««
A whisper went a taint the city Hutt
There ure in tin* world 3'6 citir«.
none but himself and Ills brother» hat ing more than 100,(MH* inhabitant»
should keep watch over Kitty's eottln. each: 3’> having tic re than 600.(»<0
Alexander was tbe »ivoiul son and and I* with a |»'|>ul»tiou of more than
while bla elder brother, the lielr to the 1,000,000.
throne, was alive, the big. nnkward
boy was neglected. Even then, how
ever. he was the favorite child of the
English nurse, and his sullen nature re
sponded to her touch.
There was little known alaiut the life
of tills humble woiuau. She was <;u > t
and shy. rarely seeu outside the mag-
nlllceut Winter Palace where she Hied;
a patient, «oft-voiced «ubject of Queen
At the Commo» Frog Pond
Victoria, but »he modllled ami »ul»lu<*d
First Boston Boy—It was »11 your
tbe boy's hard unture.
How true was the love of the Cza# fault that your yacht ran into mine
Second IkmUin Boy—It wan not; I
for this friend of his boyhood 1« shown
by the humility with which lie followed demand an invest igalicNi! — IU.at»»n
her to the grave. No mourner rode that l’o«t.
day. Through the snow and the slush
Bstlrr Lsft Lrua-d.
tbe Czar and bls brothers walked be-
Mr. Sappy—Don't you often » tah
hlud the hearse, side by side, the t'z.ir
you wen»—t*r—er—a gentleman, M im
In tbe middle. Not a note of pouip vio
lated tbe simple pathos of tbe scene.
Miss Smythe—Ye«; don't you’
Tbe autocrat was simply n man walk
ing humbly and reverently after the
WELL LIGHTED STORES
corpse of the woman who had Loved
Ths M A M. Arcs arc Csutiag Quite a Sl>r
It was a long way to the cemetery,
but the Czar walked the whole dis
Nothing is more annoying than a
From the time of
tance. He sat In a pew of the Church |M«irly lighted »tore.
of England for the first time, and old tallow dip» million» of pwple have
watched thecotttn at the altar rails. At l«s*n bothered by insufficient light when
the evening comes.
But n*>w it seems
the cemetery when they lowered the the whole question is setltod by tin*
coffin Into the frozen ground, the kee|>- Is-autifnl, lirilliant. economical 'M A
er of the cemetery laid a piece of car M” Arc lamps that «re l»«s>ming »0
pet ul the feet nt his Imperial lord, ami jKipular. They are cheap, t>»>
tbe Czar sank on his knees He knelt tn C. W. Dird, Portland, Oregon, for s
there with the snow falling upou Ills circular telling you all i»l»‘iit them.
bare bead until the grave was tilled. You'll lie glad you wrote.
wanted in every town.
Then, as he went iway. he turned for
a last look at the mound where be bad
laid tbe woman who had loved hltn
ever siuce be was a boy.
The following facto *;i) « the H»’l(a*»t,
Me., Kftpttbliean .loftrnal. have nmer
lu an after dluuer »paeeb at the Lon before been published. The incident
don Savage Club receutly. ou tlie pur- caused much conmieiit at the tune and
Ity of the English tongue. Wluston it was thought worth while to make
Churchill remarked: “I have written »n investigation, With this enti in
five bi»k». the same number ns Musca view, a n*|*ortor called ii|»>n Mrs. Klisa-
—but 1 will not press the comparison." . l>etli Nichols at her home in Sear»-
Hood « Sar«apariU* cured fha niec« of
It Is said that when Tbaddeus. some port. Mo , and obi a 1 no-1 the lolloning
Frank Fay. I0K N. St south Bo«ton. .Maa«.,
who writes that »he had bo*n a rrrat eufforar twenty years »go. was painting bl» fa ‘ information.
“About six years ago my uenes
from dy«popnia for «11 year*, had b*rn with mous portrait of the Pope, bls Hollue*--» I
out appetite and had b<*m troubled with »our
| broke down eonipletely and my w holo
'bimi' li »nd hmlfe. he Shr hfed triad Bifeny exclaimed: “How old you make me
»ther medicine« In vein. Two bottle» of look!”
But are you not old?" asked system bet amt* n wreck.
H oh I'« Bar«» pan I ia made her well.
tbe artist. "Ah. yea," said tbe Pope, I dreadfully from indigostun aud luy
were very weak. 1 had frequent
Hood's Sarsaparilla ¡"but the Papacy, the ide» which I rep eyes
Finally my sight
resent. Is always young."
Promises to cun* and keeps the
failed me enttirely and I bad to have
Mark l'waiu was recently chatting my eyes l>andage<l all the time.”
promise. Don’t wait till you are
Sir Wetnyea Reid ou the vagaries of
"This state of affairs,” she contin
worse, but buy a bottle today.
English pronunciation. "You spell a ued, “lasted for a year, when I was
name B e a u c h a m p. and pronounce forced to go to Issl and stay there con
It Marchbanks.” he said. "And you do stantly. I Iteeame »0 weak that 1 could
from the Automobil»!'» View.
precisely the same tliiug." replied We- take only two 1ables]sM>nfuls of milk at
F ir«t t hailffeur—Have any had luck
mysa. * Wbat do you mean?' replied a time. I could not feed myself anti
during your trip veatenlayT
Mark Twain. "Well, you spell your sleep was almost impossible.
Second Chauffeur—Oh, I ran over a
name C I e m e n s. and you prououncs lasted another year ami I was then iu
man, but I don't think I hurt the ma
-itch a state of nervous exhaustion that
chine any.—Ohio Stalo Journal.
An Edinburgh photographer was vis when my |Mople wanted to make my
Ire You 1'aing Allen'a Foot-Ease*
ited tbe other day by a mau who want . I>ed they could move mo only a few
It to the only cure for >wollen, Smarting»
Duviung, >»c»UDi Feci. Cortu aud Runion«. ed a unique picture takeu. "You »ee. 1 inches at a time. 1 li.nl Iwvotno ex-
A't for ElieB's Fx»«'t-Ftos*\ a TV «der U» l*e It’S like this.” the stranger begau. “I remely thin and was »till losing flesh.
ffhuten into thevhoee. At all brurgiMa and
Kh»*e store»-. e. Sam ide »ent FREE. Addrvta had a girl that 1 loved, and we was , 1 had tried nearly »11 the nnslicines in
Alim s. Olmsted. LeRin . V Y
going to git married. She bad her the market, but failed t > find any that
made up, and we waa all ready, helped me.”
"But how were you cured'” asked
when she was takeu ill and died. Now,
“I Thought Jone- said he was going
wbat I want Is a picture of me sittln' tlie interviewer.
to church this morning.”
"I'll tell you. My condition finally
on her grave weepiu'." Tbe photog
“No. Tlie minister asked him to
rapher was touched at the homely »tory became so critical that my family ex-
give his rva*ins for not going, and he is
j peeled me to die any day.
of grief, and told him he could send a
staying at home to write them."—
man with him to tbe grave, aud have husband bought some Dr. Williams'
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Pink Pills for Pale People, and three
tbe picture taken as be desired, 'it s
days after I began taking them I could
I' i - >'« Cure is the best medicine weever some distance," tbe stranger explain eat without assiatamv, and in a week I
usrti for all »flection» of the throat amt ed. “It's over In Ireland.
1 expect it
W M O E xiwlct , Vanburen, lud., 'ud cost a lot to send over your traps i could »it up aii’TIsj dressed,
Feb TO. HWI
luid taken five liexe« I l>egsn to gain
for what I want." The photographer
1 continued the Use of Pink
said It would, whereupon bls visitor
Had Brcom« a Habit
Pills for Pale People until I had taken
“I’ve been looking for my husband
ten ls>xe» and was able to help my
for tlie last two hours, ’ asid the agi could rig up a grave here In your shop, family pack up and move t<> a new
and I would weep on It. and it would home. After reaching there I took two
tated woman to the calm one.
“Don't be excited, madam,” replied do just aa well. It’s do trouble for me more boxes of the pills and I have been
the latter. “I’ve been looking for a to weep anywhere."
able to work hard and take care of my
A prominent prysician, tbe other day. family of live people ever Since.
husband for the last 25 years.”—Tam
told bow be played a practical Joke ou
“It is now four years since I stop;xsl
an esteemed member of tbe medical taking medicine and if 1 ever have to
Mother» will End Mrs. Winslow’» Sooth profession, wbo did not believe lu tbe ' take any more it will l>e Dr. Wlilianis’
ing Syrup the best remedy to use tor their germ theory, and refused to pursue any
Pink Pills for Pale People.
children during the teething period.
study In that direction, holding that It niy neighl»>rs have taken the Kills with
was all bosb. The more the bacteriol good results and I poeitively consider
Mr llicks—How almost human that ogist insisted, tbe more doubting the them the best remedy there is.”
The above statement was sworn to
doctor became. ' ^.ere is no such ding
dog acts at time«, doesn’t he?
Mrs. Hick«—Yes; be growls over hi» as germs in tuberculosis. 1 vlll not be by Mrs. Nichols at the reporter’s re
lief It," declared the German physician. quest before Charles F. Adams, a no
food almost as much as you do.
I "Yes, but I have bacilli which 1 can tary public, at Searsport.
Not only have many cases similar to
Rrookiyn. N Y.. Feb. 30.—The activity st tb» show you under tbe microscope aud
let- .ru'.’-t <4 the ’.arfiel’l Tea Co. la farther
kirn<<* .«I the pomilaritv of lheir pre para* prove my assertion.” replied the pro thia been cured by I>r. Williams’ Pink
ti.ii«, . .e- THREE MILL!O> FA MI LES u*r<l fessor. "Und id has head und tail?” Pills for Pale People but equally won
• .arh«y«t RemexHr« la»t year! This vast puoHC
« prut a? >;»raka well fc»r the remediet. They queried tbe doctor. "Certainly. Come derful result» have been accomplished
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to my laboratory, and I'll show It to by them in a large number of disease«
• .«rrt id lew-.-'TUp, ’»arfleld Relief II as ter«,
arising from thin blood or shattered
’.ar* I HellaJonn* Clamar». Garfleld
“ Dlfrit- you." said tbe bacteriologist The doc
ne Tal lita and t.artìeld Cold Care.
tor visited tbe laboratory, and tbe sci nerves, two fruitful cause« of almost
entist showed him tbe specimen under every ill to which tlesh is heir. They
After the Lecture.
tbe microscope. A peculiar looking, are a positive cure for stlch diseases .is
“Do you think the devil is worte wiggling object with the bead of a locomotor ataxia, partial paralysis. St.
than those who talk about him?"
monster and feathers »ticking forth Vitus’ dance, sciatica, neuralgia, rheu
“Well, »uh, hit 'pende 'pon who like the war-path bead-gear of a savage matism. nervous headache, the after
doin’ de talkin’.”—Atlanta Constitu- Indian, was presented. "Mein gracious! effect« of girp, of fever» and of other
acute di.»eaM*», palpitation of the heart,
• th a.
Und dot ting is alire?" cried tbe doc
pale and sallow complexions, aud all
tor; “no vonder tbe germs can ravage
Haiti in'« Wizard Oil ia an old remedy, a man's lung». I shall get me a micro forms of weakness either in male or
female. Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills f.
and like an old friend may be depended
scope at ronce.” Tbe doctor was con
on. It cures pain.
l’ale People are also a »jiei itic for
verted to tbe germ theory, but the
troubles peculiar to fen al«-. In niei
wicked bacteriologist failed to reveal
The Titl« is th« Thing.
they effect a radical cure in all case
He—Would you marry a foreign to blm that tbe bacillus shown In tbe arising from worry, over work or ex
microscope was a common' flea, ob- (
cesses of whatever nature.
Dr. Wil LSGilSH DAMJY Of
She—No; not for love or money.
I tained from tbe body of tbe scientist’s liams* Pink Pills for Pale People ar,
IHf HI/ABH IMS AGC
He—Of course, not; but would you pet bouse-dog.
sold in boxer (never in loose bulk) at
fifty cents a box or six boxes for two
Itandle» have ttourlibed In England
A Historic Town.
dollars and fifty eents, and may 1« had almost since the couqiiest. and tbe pic
Metternich's statement that no room
of all druggist«, or direct by mail from ture »how» one of tbe time of good
is so small but honor may enter, ap
Dr. Williams Medicine
Company, Queen Be»». Ill» title waa larrd llua-
plies to tbe recent modest celebration
Schenectady, N. V. Be sure to get the
For Infants and Children.
»ell of Thornliaugb. lie was the »on
In Carlisle. Pennsylvania, of tbe one
genuine; substitutes never cured any of the second Earl of Bedford, and
hundred and fiftieth anniversary of Its
, Carlisle was tbe first settlement made
Made for Etch Other.
under charter from the Penns, and as
Edith—I hear that you and Fred are
tbe farthest outpost of Quakerism
quite intere-ted in one another.
served as a notable barrier of defense
Wh»t He Would Think.
Bertha—Don’t you tell a soul, Edith,
“Johnny,” said the young man, who against the savages of the Western but, really, I believe that Fred and I
wanted to conciliate him, “if I should wilderness.
were made for each other. We have
Later It became the base of Wash played golf together three times, and
give vou a pennv, what would you
ington's operations for tbe suppression we never have quarreled—except two
“Humph I Id think mo»’ likely v’ of the Whisky Insurrection; Its mili or three times when Fred was dearly
wanted me t’ buy a automobile an’ tary experience as a regular army in the wrong.—Boston Transcript.
post ended only tbe olgbt preceding
break my neck. ’’—Denver Tinies.
tbe great Battle of Gettysburg; Benja B tati of O hio . cttt of tolido , i
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Lucan ( orjcrr.
min Franklin drew there a treaty of
F baxk J. < hof . y makef oath that he la the
friendsbip with tbe Western Indian»; •emor perter cd the firm of F. J. < « exit A • <> .
bueine»« in the City ot Toledo. County
“Molly Pitcher” went thence with tbe doina
and elate a for*-«« d, and that Mid firm will per
volunteers raised by Carlisle In 1776. theaumot ONE Hl SORED i>«>! LAILS for ♦ *« n
and every cane of Catarrh that cannot be < ured
and her body was brought back to a by tbe uae of H ai l • ' «TaRRH Crrr.
k BtNK J <HEMET
The liability to disease is greatly
Sworn to before me and aub«rribed n mv
l<f«ened when the blood is in goodcon- short time detained there In captivity; preeence, thia »th day of December, A. D.
I dition, and the circulation healthy and and Washington and Hamilton gath
A VV GLEASON,
vigrirons. For then all refuse matter ered at Carlisle forty thousand troops f —’
Hall's Catarrh Cure it taaen internally and art«
is promptly carried out of the system ; for tbe arduous march toward Pitts directly
on the blood and mucous ’■urtaces of
otlnnViae it would rapidly accumulate burg. Few towns bave so picturesque the syitem. Sen-1 for t**'timomali>, fr»*e.
F. J. CHENEY dt CO., Toledo, O.
j — fermentation would take place, the sod varied a history.—Youth’s Compan
Bold by druegmts. 75c.
blood become polluted and the consti ion.
Hall’s Family Pills ar« th« best
LORD RUM ELL OF 1 HORN il A (.<¿11.
Mr. E. E. Kelly, of Urbana, O., writ»«:
“ I had Ecaema on my hands and face for
fiv» years. It would break out in littl»
white nuatulea, cruata would form and
drop off, leaving th» akin red and inflam
ed. The doctor, did me no good. I a.ed
all the medicated aoape and salves without
benefit. 8. 8. 8. cured me, and my skin
ia aa clear and smooth as any ons's.”
Mrs. Henry Siegfried, of Cepe May, W.
J., says that twenty-one bottle« of 8. fl. 8.
cured her of Cancer of the breaat. Doo-
tors and friends thought her case hope-
Bichard T. Gardner. Florence, B. O.,
•atfared for year» with Boils. Two bot
tles of 8. 8. ff. p it bls blood in good con
dition aryl the Boils disappeared.
Send for our free book, and write
our physicians about your case.
“One of tbe greatest evils In life,"
Medical advice free.
said tbe elderly woman, "Is procrastl
riiE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, OIL
•'I think »0. too,” replied the young
married woman. ”1 don't see the sense
of putting off your golden wedding an
nlversary till you are 60 or 70 year
Doing Him Justice.
The Heiress—You seem to have no
objection to him, papa, except that lie
ha» no money.
Papa—No; and I’ll even admit that
he'» trying hard to get some.—Brook
that took off all my hair. I pur
chased a bottle of Ayer’s Hair
Vigor and it brought all my hair
W. D. Quinn, Marseille», III.
One thing is certain,—
Ayer’s Hair Vigor makes
the hair grow. This is
because it is a hair food.
It feeds the hair and the
hair grows, that’s all there
is to it. It stops falling
of the hair, too, and al*
ways restores color to
II H a Mil«. All ftvttlats.
If your drngglftt cannot supply you,
send ua on» dollar and wo will express
you a bottle. He aura and give the name
of your nearest eznressoflit-«. Address,
J. < . A VF.Il < <>., Iziwell, Maas.
learned the art of fop|H-ry ns a cour
tier In Venice. Germany, Italy and
Hunt-ary. lie fought In Ireland and
In tbe Netherlands. And succeeded Ida
friend. Sir Pblllp Sidney, ns Governor
Kidney, In token of Ida
friendship, left Russell bis Iteaf gilt
armor. In September, 1602. lie bad the
honor of entertaining Queen Elizabeth,
Import« Into Ohl (if f <•.
Greece now Import» about w . ihmi ton*
of sulphate of < op|H'i eu< b Jem foi u»<
In killing the phylloxera.
Am > sc-iUmlla Wr.pp«,
CUffE SICK HEADACHE,
JOHN PVOLH, Portland, (Jrttoa<
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work «0*1 many useful table«for
larrner. So oih * «s-lh teller
IsAMBKKMON’S hkedm .
A Wife’» Claim
Three friends of a Kusslnn living at
Marienburg gave htm 100 minks to
shave off In» beard. But bls wile ill
terfered with a police notice Io lie -f
feet that »be claimed part proprieior
slilp. The three friends are now »mug
the liuaiiund for Douperforniauee of Id«
“A trolley car," rei,|ia,t i .
•’•«H. fortunately, lt ,)„/
r.*rv hord."—Ih.tr,,H ||.r„,J 1
•fluet Boar Signature of
faint««*»». wrakucM, lore of appetita
The jroung lady whoae portrait wa
publiait iiriewltli had all three ajrtnp-
tA’ina aaJ in midi lion Iruvorrhowa,
an i waa cured by Lydia K Huk Lauf a
\ vjfrtabia CouMHJuud
wrx to a letter U» Mrs. Flnkharu'e lab*
oratory at Lvnn, Maa» , deaeri bi it g her
trouble, reatived In reply a4*curafe lu-
■truclioit« what U» dt* to tfet well, and
new wlehra her name tierd to convinca
other« that they tuay bw cuied aa ah«
The aame hdpinf hand, froa of
charge or obligation, ie eatettdrd, to
•very ailing wuinan In America.
you are tick you ar« fooUah not to gn|
thia valuable «4v|cw, it <«>«ta you u« th*
tug. aud «h« le aure to help you. lioti't
wait until it ia too lat«
During tbe last forty year» the j ear
ly expenditure of lluxala ha» Increased
fblrty year» ago Its
budget waa lea» than 5OO,(JU0,<XS) ruble»
(E200.000.0UO); twenty year» ago It waa
back It amounted to 1 ,oi»t ooo.oooif ,<»>..
000,000), and at present It baa rea, bad
nearly 2,000.000.000 ($1.0<») IHNI.IIOO).
"W..II, Joelwa,» Mlu Mr
hl« «nuiitry coii.in
thing that atrur k y<m W|1F|,
' " Tu"rra<llfc|
Little Liver Pills,
* l»»E Narrow City
Duluth ia • |wuliar dty.
Intlon I» about 70.ouo
of the iliror|»>rut..d town,l’’’>gtli
front I. ÏH mil...
from mm to two mile«
Know by the at£ti
The Kind You Have Always Bought
The late Sir John Steiner, one of En
gland’s most Celebrated musicians and
composers, waa once staying In a small
Swiss village, and tbe English clergy
man was on tbe outlook for a musician
to assist at tbe service.
Steiner was In tbe office of tbe hotel
when tbe clergyman found him, and
started the conversation with, "Do you
play tbe harmonium?”
“A little," was tbe reply of tbe ex-
organUt of 8t. Paul’s Cathedral.
“Will you, then, be good enough to
help us out of our difficulty on Sun
day? We will read tbe P»alms, and
tbe bymns shall be tbe simplest I can
select.” added tbe delighted parson.
“I will do my best,” »aid Steiner,
with a smile.
Tbe service proceeded Mtiafvtorlly,
but tbe congregation at the Cfots listen
ed to a brilliant recital. When the
parson beard tbe name of bls assistant
lie asked him to dinner. "Do you
»moke?” be asked at tbe close.
“1 will do iny best,” responded Stain
I er, and the ensuing laughter was tbe
prologue of au entertaining exchange
of Oxford reminiscences.
T.lf» l«» th» »»<■•< tarorud 1« wwialwavw
full of »uu«ldu«. bui lo th« avaragw
America» girl or w imi su who t» obli««<l
10 work for li»r livlag, and. prrhap»
Li b«lp oilwr» at hout», IH» |» oftvn •
Iwavy diag tu uo*aaqu»a<wi uf Ulti»«»
Wouten wh” Work, »»pre-tally thoag
who »»• «•«••stenlly on tlodr f»»t. *r>
|HH'ullarly liabla lo U.» d*v»lonu>»uh
of or«»«'» trwubly», a»d »houli par
Ucularly h«ed Ih«- Orsi u>»ntt»«l*tlon»,
suoli •« Imrkach». p»lu» lu th, |ow»r
liuti'« and low«r pari uf thn »toiuar-h,
11 regolar euri |>aliiful amulhly perioda
tution so weakened that a simple
malady might result seriously.
A healthy, active circulation means
good digestion and strong, healthy
As a blood purifier and tonic S. S. 3.
has no eaual. It is the safest and best
remedy for old people and children
because it contains n«minerals, but is
made exclusively of roots and herbs.
No other remedy so thoroughly aud
effectually cleanses the blood of im-
puyities. At the
same time it builds
up the weak and de-
bilitated, and reno-
vates the entire sys
tem. It cures permanently all manner
of blood and skin troubles.
I5O Kinds for 16c.
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► • I« «r« f-nini In h, r»» gar«l*f »
I and <M| more turn.« ttuar> «:,« ol|^r C
In America. Tt.cf« it rmaoft for thfa^
w Fr.wri and operate over MOO a^r*« f .«r
lite pr'dti' tion of our rtooi« « w*>«i« in
order to Indu** you loir» u,eMI ,
fullowing er.orc- j
adente«! offer 1
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A JOHN A. IALZER If Ek CO .
La Cro«««, W>t.
for the ».kln» W<* P< bll»''no t u|)(),r .b-
but s<dl fam ar»ta «n h»lr m»n
soluté to guarani»«
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