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THE CUCLM8ER CIRE.
Mr», Parker beard th» rattle ami
There is a best time for doing squeak of a wagon, and mo veil by a
getitla friendliness, looked out tlio
For hard colds, bronchitis,
window to a«» wlio was passing 'I de
asthma, and coughs of all
clare, It'a the doctorT* »he ex» laline»l.
kinds, you cannot take any
“1 guess I must be getting dtvf and
thing better than Ayer’s
stupid not to know old Barnum's Jog
anti the sound o’ the doctor'» wheel».
Always noevl a little grease. But he
don't," »ho addevl, warmly,
oiled to all eternity: never any but
mellow sounds come from him."
"Oh, I gui-M Dr. Harley mean» to
Cherry Pectoral. Ask your
l»e pleasaut," said Ethel, with
doctor if this is not so.
He uses it. He understands
Mrs. Parker looked at her visiting
Are the me»iicines to take—they de nlwe.
why it soothes «nd heals.
the work thoroughly and agreeably "Why. he Is pleasant year In and year
- I b«<1 » lerrlble eoiish tor ***k«. Then t
t.H,k s,er‘. Cherry I’eelornl ana only oue
and never fail to do it.
b»>llle Annvletelr cured me “
out. In joy and In sorrow.”
Mite J. tl. llASroSTH. St. Jo,eph. Mkh.
Hood's are the medicines you
“There'» such a thing as being too
I ..wen vi .
have always heard recommended.
pleasant," hinted Ethel.
“Why, Ethel!” exclaimed Mrs. Park
'•,1 cannot recommend Hood’s Sar-srarills
too highly as a -print ni.-dicine. When w« er, with as much severity as she could
take It In the spring we all feel better through
tbs summer." lilts. S. H. S xal . McCrays. Fs assume. “If you've got a grudg»*
Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to against Dr. Harley out with it."
You will hasten recovery by tak
“I suppose It Is just his way." sai»l ing ono of Ayor’e Pilis at bedtlma.
cure and keeps the promise.
Ethel, weakly, yet with a touch of
vindictiveness lu her voice.
The Beginning of It.
Girl Student» at Ovfiirvt.
“What'» 'his way?'
Judge—You provoked this fight your
The proportion of women student» to
mull it over,” advised Mrs. Parker.
self, didn't you?
“He doesn't take one seriously," saiil men student» lu Oxford Is about 300
Prisoner—No. sor, lie done it.
to 3.000. and It has been only about a
Judg»<—But you struck the first blow.
“Not unless you're awful young.” score of y»'ara since women were ad
Why did you?
tultted, while men have ha»1 the ad
Prisoner—Bekase he sez to me: “If Mrs. Parker dryly commented.
vantages of the university for cen
Ol am wan, ye're another."—Pblla-1 “I met him last week," continued
Ethel, shedding her aunt's mild satire, turies. All the teaching of the wom
| "and there'd been something I’d want en Is under the Association for the
An Awful Jolt.
ed to ask hitu for a long time, but I Education of Women lu Ox for»!. There
Raphead—1—aw — knew in advance didn't quite like to go to his otth-e— are no class or lecture rooms, and uo
that wc were—aw—going to have a about—my freckles." and her face teaching except private tutoring In th»
beastly hawd wintah, doncher know.
flushed rosily under Its golden spatter- halls—that Is. I.ady Margaret Hall,
Miss Caustique—Indeed! And how work.
Somerville College, St. Hugh's Hall,
did you know it?
many recipes for etc. The students take up courses ar
Saphead—1—aw—felt it in me bones.
ranged by the association. The le»>
Miss Castique—Really? Then you are removing fre»'kles, " she went on, "but ture«—-by members of the university
a believer in the old goose bone theory.
Ing things and tile proportions were so or by women who lecture for the asso
vague that I was afraid if I used them ciation-are given In a queer old build
I might come out spotted with green ing. on<-e a dissenting chapel. Girls
or purple, and look worse than ever. who do not reside tn the halls board
Tor Infants and Children.
But just before I came on from Ohio arouml tn places rei-onimended by the
I read something In a 'Beauty Col association, and are called home Stu
umn' that sounded harmless. So when dents.
For Oro* Ing Girls.
I happened to meet the doctor. I said
“ 'Dr. Harley, I believe eating /
Me., March 21.—
cumbers is a sure cure for freckles. Mrs. A. L. Smith, of this place, says
that Dodd's Kidney Pills are the best
“ 'Yes,' be said, and he smiled, and remedy for growing girls.
I might have known. 'Yes, It's a cure,' «mpbasizes her recommendation by the
"The plain people,” said the weary
millionaire, "don't know what the rich he said: 'a sure cure-^if the freckles
“My »laughter was thirteen years old
are on the cucumbers.' ”
have to put up with.”
last Novenib. r and it is now two years
“Don’t you believe it,” replied ths
since she was first taken with Crazy
plain man. “We know you've got the
money to put up with, but we wonder
Spe Is that would last a week and would
how some of you ever got IL”—Philadel On Ice and Vnderground Men Have then pass off. In a month she would
Made W ar.
have the spells again. At these times
When the American marines and the she would eat very little ami was very
Colombian troops recently confronteil
"Your friend hasn't had his automo each other at Colon it looke»! for a yellow even the whites of her eye»
would be yellow.
bile very loug. but he seems to manage
time as If a battle was to t»e fought
"The doctors gave us no encougage-
it exceedingly well. He seems particu-
ment, they all said they couhi not help
larly clever at steering through a crowd
her. After taking one box of Dodd's
A pier Is rather an unusual place to Kidney Pi1 Is, she has not hail one bail
"Oh, Popley’s all right. He has had
years of experience with a baby car fight a battle, but battles have been spell.
Of course, we continued the
fought In many curious places, rang treatment until she had used in all
Ing from mountain peaks to sewers. about a dozen boxes, and we still give
Beware of Ointment» for Catarrh That
and from Ice fields to desert sands,
them to her racasionally, when she is
At the battle of Monterey, in the not feeling well. Dodd's
Al mercury will «urely destroy the sen«e of
smell and completely derange the whole sys Mexican war. the Americans were able are certainly the liest medicine for
tem when entering it through the mucous sur to command the streets of the city
faces. Buch articles should never be u*ed ex
cept on prescriptions from reputable physi with their artillery, but they had diffi
Mothers should hee<l the advice of
cians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to
the good you « an pouibiy derive from them. culty In dislodging the Mexicans from Mrs. Smith for by so doing, they may
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. the bouses, So. the city being built save their daughters much pain and
Cheney A Co.. Toledo, O., contains no mercury,
and is taken internally, acting directly upon of »tone or adobe In solid blocks of sickness and insure a healthy happy
th» blood and mucous surfaces of the system bouses, the Yankees broke through the future for them.
In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get
the genuine. It is taken internally, and made walls from one house to another, fight
Radium is advancing lu price, the cur
in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cbenej A Co. Testi ing and driving out the enemy, so that
Bold by Druggists, price 75c. per bottle.
the battle of Monterey was largely rent rate being $GU.UUU,U0O a pound.
Hall*» Family Pills are the ben.
The Wonderful Cream Separator
In one of the battles of the wars toe« Its work In 30 minutes and leave» leu
The Proper Thing.
ihsn 1 j--r cent butter fat. The i.rice Is rldlcu-
I hope you do Dot consider it wrong of William the Silent for the inde “Usly .‘>w. scconllng to siae. I- »6 tops '»J each,
for a young lady to wear fine clothes and pendence of the Netherlands, the Span and wh-*n you have one you would nut ;*art
times Its cost.
ish ships were frozen In on the Zuider therewith lor jt nfty
jewels,” said Miss Giddings.
m sssu this stories
“Certainly not." replied the parson. “If Ze«. The Dutch came out on horse with *<c «tamos for pottiatfe to the John A Sal
Seed Co., la Crosse. Wis., and set their bi<
the heart is full of vain and ridiculous back over the Ice and attacked them. ser
catalog, fully d-scrlblng this remarkable < "ream
things, there can be no objection to ad This Is probably the only battle In —parat. r, and hut.dretis of other tools atl-1
farm seeds used by the fanner. (P. C. I. ]
vertising the fact”
which cavalry was ever used directly
against ships. Several other coniba..,
Savings banks I d New Jersey hold un
I’d advise you to take this poem to a were fought between troops on the Ice claimed amounts aggregating (98,135.
chiropodist,” said the editor in a kindly In these wars, and on one occasion the , You Can Get Alien's Foot-Ease FREE.
Infantry Is said to have worn skates. |
Write Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy.N. Y, tor a
The battle of Austerlitz was partly Irre'iwm'ij'e'ot
■--- — •
■ - ' —. It cures
“Because why?" queried he of the un
h< t «wollen srhing
J»«f. It makes
A certain cure for
“It's feet need attention,” replied the allies were retreating across tt. the | _ ___ inyrowlngnslls
____ All drug
shot from the French artillery, plung- gists sell it. 25c? lx>n't
’* accept any substitute.
Ing Into the Ice and breaking It up,
Thil>et. “the roof of the world.” is a
caused the death of thousands of Rus tablelaud three times as large •• France,
sians and Austrians.
Of the many underground battles
which have taken place In history, the
fiercest was probably that of the si»-ge
of Haarlem In the Dutch wars. The
Spaniards mined and the Dutch coun
termined with equal Industry, and be
low the ground a fierce conflict raged.
When the Versailles troops took
Paris after the Commune they chased
some of the Communist troops to the
great sewers of the French capital,
where some desperate struggles took
gverything - that is, a time when a
thing can be done to the best ad
vantage, moet easily and moat ef
fectively. Now ia the beat time
for purifying your blood. Why?
Because your system ia now trying
to purify it—you know thia by the
Klmplea and other eruptions that
xve come on your face and iKuiy.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
FIBROID TUMORS CURED. 1
^irst Letter Appeal-
ing to Mrs. I'i-U.
— for Help:
“ Da ah M bs . P inkham : I have been
under Boston doctors’ treatment for a
long time without any relief. They
tell me I have a fibroid tumor. I can
not ait down without great pain, and
the soreness extends up my spine. I
have bearing-down pains both back
and front. My abdomen is swollen,
and I have had flowing spells for three
years. My appetite is not good. I can
not walk or be on my feet for any
length of time.
“ The symptoms of Fibroid Tumor
Siren in your little book accurately
escribe my case, so I write to you for
advice.” — (Signed) Maa. E. F. II ayf .3,
152 Dudley St. (Roxbury), Boston, Mass.
Mrs. Hayes’ Second Letter:
" D eab M bs . P iskham : — Sometime
ago I wrote to you describing my symp
toms and a^ked your advice. You re
plied, and I followed all your direc
tions carefully, and to-day I am a well
“The use of Lydia E. Pinkham’s
Vegetable Compound entirely ex
pelled the tumor and strengthened my
whole system. I can walk miles now.
“Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound is worth five dol
lars a drop. I advise all women who
are afflicted with tumors or female
trouble of any kind to give it a faithful
trial.” — (Signed) M bs . E. F. H ates ,
•52 Dudley St. (Roxbury). Boston, Mass.
twoo forf'ft If original of atoon ItlUra gnolng
»•ASM oannot Ss p»0gsc«g
An Ancient Wreck.
By the aid of a diver from St. John,
Thomas Burns, a fisherman from Sea
Wall, N. 8.. has recovered nearly $18,-
000 In gold from the bull of a wrecked
vessel for which be paid 21 shillings,
and he expects to find even more t rea Ji
ures In the hull if luck and fa ir weatu
The wreck was that of a brig which
was lost a mile below Centerville sev
enty years ago. She la said to have
been the Barberie, which was wrecked
on her way home after a tbree-years*
trading cruise In South American wa
ters. It Is said that her commander
and his eon had on board for the own
ers $60,000 In gold, the profits of the
Thomas Burns bought the hull as It
stood for 21 shillings for the sake of
the copper nails and fastenings, which
he secured years ago. Knowing that
a diver was exploring other wrecks
in tliat vicinity. Burns engfigo<i him to
look Into his own, with the fortunate
Most of the gold coin recovered Is
Spanish. A good deal fans seeming
ly fused Into a mass by being sub
merged so long In the sea water. One
piece bears the date of 1824, and I»
stamped República el Colombia. Oth
ers are dated 1817. Burns was a man
of very limited means. By his new
find he now becomes one of the richest
men in his village.—New York Times.
A Striking Affair.
He stru»'k a striking attitude,
And then he struck a friend
Who struck him for a dollar that
He didn't care to lend.
Truth Is mighty, but a good ileul Of
It la suppressed.
Little Liver Pills.
Mutt Bear Signature of
NOW MEN COOK IN CAMP.
Take Ulrsctloaaa from Sirs. Korsr «ml
Various echoes from the camp reach
me. Frequently I am consulted alxiut
the cooking, and am asked to furniali
reelpea. tine year my fisherman as
plre»l to flannel cakes. There was no
' reason, he aald, why they should not
add thia dainty to their far,», eape
dally since It was ao easily made, lie
wrote out the direction» flour, eggs,
tullk, soda carefully. The sequel I
Toward the end of the week, when
the campers were a little tired of the
fishing and probably of each other,
they decided that the time had come
for the flannel cakoa. It was about It
o'clock In the afternoon, and they
started at once to get them realty,
One mau went for the milk to the
fa rm house on the hill, and while wait
Ing my fisherman measure,! out the
flour luto an eight quart bucket. In
stead of the two quarts called for in
the recipe, he took four, to be sure to
have enough. As they <11,1 not have
eight eggs he took five, and think of
thia, ye cooks! broke them right Into
the flour, and procee»l»«l to stir the
mixture until the milk arrived. He
then ailded the nillk and other Ingre
dients. ami kept a man stirring all the
rest of the day to get out the lumps,
which. It Is unnecessary to add. could
not have t»een stirred out lu an •ter
nlty. They toll tne there was a man
on the road coming or going for milk
for two hours, and that when tliey
finally desisted from beating the mix
ture, there was as much of the batter
on the outside of the bucket and on
the gallant cooks themselves ss In the
bucket. Then they bake«! the l>atti>r
In an Iron pan and ha>! supper, and
were thankful to fiud themselves alive
the next morning. Verily, cooks are
born, not made.
At another time a kinsman aspire»!
to make an omelet, another very aim
pie thing. lle took his directions front
Mra. Rorer. leametl them by heart,
and kept repeating them over, and
over. “Give seven beats of the fork."
They tell me he said It at last In Ills
sleep. The opinion, however, was
unanimous that he must have given
eight beats or s|>olle<l It some other
way. but all agreed nobody had been
in any danger of dying from the ef
fects, for notiody bad been able to ent
It. They had better succ«»ss with Sar
atoga potatoes, and, I judge, learned
to cook several things pretty well—
trout, cofTee, hatn.
Many times during the long winter,
when the blissful summer days seem
very far off. they pins for a cup of the
coffee they made while camping.—For
est am! Stream.
Ethnologists are of the opinion that
when America was discovered there
was not on the continent of North
America any more Indians than exist
Th» annual loss from the burning
of buildings In the I'uJted States Is
about I135.000.UUO, not Including cost
of Insurance and the appliances for
When the white man first reached
the city of Mexico It had three bun
fired thousand Inhabitants, proteibly
more than the entire population of the
North American continent.
Australia wants three hundred thou
sand British wives, Canada
ninety thousand, and the Cape would
like thirty thousand. It 1» stated that
there are nearly one million more wo
men than men In the British Isle«.
The London board of agriculture «d
vocates diminishing the numlier of
house sparrows. It has been found by
hundreds of examinations that from
seventy-five to eighty per cent of the
food of the adult birds throughout the
year consists of cultivated grain. The
aggregate total taken when the spar
rows are unchecked Is very large.
The London Lancet says that ath
letics In England have develope«! to»
much Into gladiatorial displays by
picked competitors struggling to w!u
prizes or to earn wages before huge
crowds of spectators, and can hardly
be regarded as effective agents In the
development of the physical strength
and physical activity of the people.
An English laily In Japan bought •
can of mushrooms and found the ill rec i
tlons translated Into English as fol ■
lows: Direction—If several persons
will eat this In that manner they shall
feel satisfied nutrition and very sweet
or It can put In the hot water for the
half hour and then take off the lid.
They slutll be proper to eat. It can
be supply without putridity for several
The range of the tame reindeer has
been widely extended In northern Asia
by the tribes that number hltn among
their valuable aseets; and now he Is In
process of being widely Introduce»!
Into Alaska. Civilization, therefore,
has done much to extend the habitat
of this animal to the South, but the
domesticated reindeer has not been In
troduced Into most of the great regions
of the Arctic, where the wild animal
roams at will.
THERE IS NO
SUCKER LIKE Ä
’ MAM IS HAOl AM YIUOW Al» *
SOLD e»Y RtPPtStNTATtVE TRADE
THE WORLD OVtR
1J TOWtl CO »0ST0N.MAS3 .U S A.
TOW» CANADIAN CO.Lwtr« TOIOHTO.CAN
Hejected for Heart Disease.
In Germany the number of recruits
for the army rejected on account of
heart disease has risen from 0.9 per
in 1894 to 17.4. In France these
figures for the name years ranged only
from 3.97 per 1,000 to 4.07.
tlener.l i u,ll(w
(tencral Buller, of South Carolin»,
BrlgaJier llcnvr«* klM» °*
“I uiiliesita,i,,glyt state
.I Perlina is » medi-
that I am cottvint*!
cine that wtll.ff«'» •" "‘f. “ "
ia claimed (or **•
King, Washington, I’ t
for dy»|H')»»i« »ml *l«iiii«»'li trouble,
have been using your msdlriiie lot a
short |wrlo»l »mi I feel very umi li ro
is indeed a womh ilul
I loved. ll
dim lu'shle» •
go«*l tonic. —
General Small*. Beaufort. S. C.,
Ililgadl. r General Kirby
Hell J. tl. Hlgel,,»
,ft| C HL, N
W , Washington, |i <
"I’eruna lias in».|». *
lias given ine iiiof»
strengt h «ml |dr t fil( w uik. '' 'ir<l|llir ** ,
lien O Meir,.., of W ..lttnM,((n ()
"A» mai,) u) , (
».-»liiaintaiuwe baro . ...........
, ..... '. •"*<
“i ha»»'u»"l I'eium» b>r ca Write»
"I can recommend l'i'iun» to Feruna a. a cstarrli ,
Urriutl tronbl" ->■' »'«"» '* ....... ‘"‘l nil th"*,' who «te allHcled with >'• la an rffea’ihi. remedy, ,„ j . "* '•
and to I*
‘,1»1 '* r"'"""’*' “,“1
tnrrh."—thncisl I». T. Kuby, W»»h mend It a» aneli t,, th,' .......... >*'mii-
that disease a« »
' r "» ,twn
|y give it nn unqualified tec.'mm.'mte. ington, D. C.
lien. Powell, Hecker Post No. 44J
way. U««hhigtiiti, 0 , (•
Gen. Abbott, of Washington. D. C., Writes
"After using one Initlle ol Gen. Chase. Ava l Ad|. <lrn () * p
"lam fully »..inmre»l that Peruns I Iterarne rolivini'ed of il» cur»
"I’lie ea ,.||,.h(. . .,
voiir reme.lv I'eruna i» «n . xrellei. live qualities, and e»»utiiiue»l it* use i to Write»
have a .lira, or relief |,,r .alani-,»1 'n"?* M
tonic. Many of niv friend» have used «liitv. All sviiiproins of catarrh I:
It with the nt«t iwneflcial result» fir ili*ap|*eare»l, yet I continue It intsler- aure, is wadi
ail old Iiirn«!® hMvv ÌN*«ti
»..ngl.r, ...1.1» »nd »atari bal «rouble
ate u«e a* » preventive, an
Helle ua»."—B. F I l<a»<
—Ira I'. Abbott, 90<> 'I s< • W«siting msn's toni
\ Il ACtMlt t« a I *
ton, D. C.
Captain \ arncll, of W ashington, Ü.C..
"Your nmli.'ine, I'eruma, I
believe Io ba the licet inv<lieine for es
I tuve tukvn
tarrh »m the market,
only it »mall amount, and > •■ nil see very
beneficial results. —tt
2322 Lincoln street, N
ton, D. C.
"I hat» (mitili I',,
wonderful rvlitnly. | mily
» short lime sud an, ulljri
tle»l »• to ils melila '—
Washington, I* C.
General O'Connor, of U. V I cgltMs.
(arri, or ph) Im si debility, i„lll,n|,ato|
i> meure Ilm u«.
lawn of Ilm (reale»! benefit «„.f wr,)rw
to many of my fri. nd.. '_H,ul.
u I ommr, 738 lïud Ht
w w .
ltt|Et*>Ua h. c.
General McUrWe. of I'. S. A.,
Writes; "I have no hesitation in rec
on mending I'eruna to all person» who
are Iirtlictexl With catarrhal troubles
__ j p. McBride. 4ftU 1'ciinay Ivaniu
Ave., N. W„ Wasliingtoii, D. C.
tien W right, of the CoaKderate Army
General I ongstrcct. *>t the Confeder»
"I tak» |d.«wl,r
It i. . remarUbls
liirdlciiae ami ihould lu- ilar<| by |*rs«H
who »re in need .4 . g,..| fml, „„| b
from ratarrh." — MslriU
<lcn. Sebring,i>l tl e Confederate Army sufferers
Wright. 1774 t'meoran St , WMI|,iw.
"I »an clirerfiilly i a, . in mend
ton, D. C.
your valuable remedy I'eruna as a very
excellent tonic, ami also g«»«»l lor tien. Hawley. <>( U»»hington, |>. £,
coughs, colds, catarrh, ami general de Write»
"I have usad I'eruna and
bility,”—W. II. Sebring, 133 W. 4th find it very bwi»tlr|»| |..r kidney tro».
• » Jacksonville, Ha.
Id» and rape» tally „ ,.| fur rougks,
un i l ata»rl.uI tr- ul
General l.umss, ot W a«hlngton, D. C-.
*'l can cheerfully recommend
your reme«ly as a |>ermanent ami effec- Gen. I rcll, of Spanish War Veters««,
live cure fur catarrh, colds ami to any Writes
"Many of my hienda hats
one who m-ols an invigotaUng tonic to usr»| Perun» with lui rri» tal results u
build up their system," —L. I.. Lumai, an » fie» live retn«-»lv t ir catarrh "—VI
11103 I’.tth St , Washington, D. (
Emmwt l'rell, »13 l'Jtl»
Washington, I» t'
(ten. P«) no, <>t %% aahlngton, t>. C.»
other Army t,eneráis
“I join wilh my comrade» in Perun» are
recommending Penina to my friend» «»
Brigadier tienrral Cu >k, ut Walk
an invigorating tonic to build up the ington, D. C.
nvm U'IU .**—•< irti Kiijfrne It I'aynr, 407
General Sy pNer ot VV a»h ngton, 0.C,
General Middleton, llam.ak Regi
4lh Ht., N W., Waahfngton, l>. C.
ment, U, V. I ., Washington, D. C.
(ìcncral I alley, of Pa., Vol. LJ. S. A..
If viiu <l<> ta» t derive prompt and «Ils.
•‘Your Panana ha» bren u«rd tactoir results fr- m the use of Fettina,
hy me and my friend» a» a relief fol write st onre Io l>r llartn-sn, givings
catarrhal trouble» with the moat lieiir- full staatemenl <»f your esse sud he sill
th'ial mulita. I am ao convinced of le» pleawl to give you bls valuable ad-
the efficacy of Parana that I don«»< basi vic» gratis.
Atidresa Dr. Hartman, 1'rrsidelit ol
talo to give it my recommrmlation."—
The Hartman Sanitarium,
Win Cooper 1 Alley, 71 -i 1 • >t . N i
Washington, !>. C.
Writes: “I can teatlf) to the merits
ol I’eruna. both »» a tonic and a catarrh
remetly. Feruna enjoy» the greatest
reputation a* a i*atarrli remedy »d any
medicine v. t devier»l. —James long
time!, Gaineevilla, Ga.
General Noske, ot O. V. lb,
Writes: "I commend I'eruna to tli.sw
who are troul le»! with colds prislucing
catarrh as a most effie»» ious cure and
a* a g,M»l general Ionic. —4 Ims. 1-.
Soeke, 713 B. 8t, N. W , Washington,
General lirwln's Recommend.
•’Many of my friends have used Pa
tuna as a dyspepsia remedy with lito
most lieneficial results.'’—John II. Er
win, Washington, 1*. C.
Brig, (iencral S.hell Bcncfitted.
"I’eruna is imleed a wonderful tonic,
and for coughs ami colds 1 know of
nothing better.”—F. M. HVlndl, Wash
ington, D. C.
General Duffield, of the I nlon Army,
The “Distinguished Ohlsen.”
Once In a Massachusetts town J. A.
Rlls was asked by a gaunt, funereal
sort of chap what be should say by
way of introducing him to an aasem
bl a go.
“Ob!” said Mr. Riis, in a spirit of
levity, “say anything you like. Hay I
CURE SICK HEADACHE.
am the most distinguished citizen In
the country. They generally do.”
Whereupon bls serious minded friend
marched upon the stage and calmly an
nounced to the audienco that he did
not know this man Rlls, whom he was
charged with Introducing; and had
and after maty years
never heard of him.
of use on the eastern coast. Tower's
“He telle me.” he went on, with
WcLerproof Oiled Coats were Introduced never a wink, “that be is the most dis
in the West and were called ólickers by
tinguished man in the country. You
the pioneers and cowboys. This graphic I can judge for yourselves when you
ntune has cogie into such generai use that
have heard him.”
it is frequently though wrongfully applied
to many institutes You want the qenune
; Look for the ót^n of the fish.and
the nane Tower on the buttons.
I 28 Army Generals Send Letters of Endorsement to
the Inventor of the Great Catarrh Remedy, Pe-ru-na
Writes: "I have used I’eruna in my
family and have found it a valuable
medicine, ami lake pleaarne in recom
mending it to ail who raffer from ca
tarrh of the stomach or who roquiro a
tonic ot efficiency "—The ( air»», Wash
ington, I*. C.
Tha coffra pl
Cheerfulness makes lovs of life, and
V cauta a p
l,„, ,,f .
■ half at I •
' >'i the
A,kitt—I wonder why
contrary, sadaesa suj discuurag»-uienl preseniles for himself wh<
Knollt—Oh, I guess I
hasten old ag*.
can’t seud himself a bill.
Ilatply Hat F»«trn<r« Stinirlhlng new for
Plso'a Cure Is a good couch medicine.
thr 1 IL. I lea
fW«!trr than hat pill* liohlfl »»IV
Th» INTERNAL REMEDY
■ tyI«* hat on «*■< nralr h\«-ry pair fuarantr» >f It has t ur».I coughs and . . -l.ls $M forty
Af«nta watit«»«l bample pair
Wrlghl years. At dnigglala. M canta.
Na C am Esiste it Will Nat Cwt
Rudder Co., hidei, " anh
Desfhi-ss 1« mure commun In r«»l»l roun
Coffee Is a very strong antiseptic. tri-« thsn In wsrm clltnstrs. ths esr be-
very »susitlvs to stiuuspbsrie
There are many diseuse« the micrubes of Ing
which are deatroye»! by It.
lb« iu*> hi
M ,lher. wlll linfi M». Wlu.l -W« « *«>lhlng
’ a I-, r-- sct - iit •
w - nt,or nsrvousMSI H, rup ihs lie.t rems-ly lu uh » lur Ihslr dilMrsa
dur lu» th- tscihli.» ;«»t»»»t..
U afl-r first is. •
.r I ■ r k uo'st <real “»sevs
Perrin’s Pile Specific
u.r-r --nd for |Tr»e SS It’al hot its and ‘—i»Wl
Vr K. tt. Kilo«. U.1 w *,,i, hi . 1-Lllad-lpbla, l*w
Bell vs. Belle.
There's a church bell In the steeple,
There's a church l>e||e in the choir;
The first to worship cells the ¡leople.
And the second calls them to admire.
Iiuguli—l «>ry. yea ciurli I« bruite. n
•truck fulve for sis.
Casey—Faith, It'« more lucky than
mceilf, thin. Ylethldy h bln <)i w«»r bn'k«
Ol hod to ahtruke fulve for wsia.— Kan
•as City Journal.
10,000Plinti for 16c
• • I «• •« I»
Baa ter « «MS M W-kf • y . - -ef
i > a. rv a f>•
W«.swn«>1 "i»*« •«* ««• *»•'
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te>B«e r«t» IM f«
For IH Canta PostoaM
Bi.as» -f ! a
Bw«i ■ -b
That blood poison existed among the ancients has
been proven beyond question. It has been traced back
thousands of years, and is as old as the Pyramids. This
blighting curse has been handed down from nation to
nation and from individual to individual till it has
spread to all parts of the world.
Contagious blood poison, as it is called in m<x!ern
times, begins with a small sore or ulcer through which
the virus enters the blood. This is followed by inflam
of the glands of me
groins, a arc»!
•L I L-.riV
u .r-»«a ........
— al. . ... ..at. ____ I a
the body, sore»
appear I in
the mouth an l the .1
throat . • becomes
as the disease takes a deeper hold anil the bhxxl becomes more thoroughly
infected the hair and eyebrows drop out, the skin is spotted with copper col
ored splotches, the bones and muscles ache, and it seems to the victim of
this monster scourge there is not a sound »pot in the whole bfidy.
The horror of this awful disease
Can never be told. The one who con
IIAD ALL THE SYMPTOMS.
tracts it suffers in body and tnind, Dsar Sirs:
and if the poison is not eradicated
of* ••,lou* blood disorder
my blood bscatnn poisoned and I suf.
transmits the taint to his children, fersd
ssvsrsly W|tf, Hhsumatlsm and
and Contagious Blood Poison thu» si„JTr V£ploJn*-n'’t »»«"»»»rv toman-
f1 o i A "*•“'* °! mina told ms that ha
becomes responsible for many of the had
baan cured of my troubla by H B H ,
ills of childhood—Skin Eruption», • nd uponI hia raoomrnamlatlon I basan
Its usa. Aftsr using It for soma tini» my
Catarrhal Troubles, Sore Eyes. Scalp blood
was thoroughly clsanssd of aft
Disease, White »Swelling, Scrofula poison and mads pura and strong «sain-
ot “• tonlo prop.
and others just as bad. S. S. S., the • rtlas. w»rS
Whlls pursing my blood of
great vegetable blood purifier and »Tiur**!"*' * 3’“*”* “fi mr asnsral
hsalth, Improved my appetita, save ma
tonic, Jias Jong been recognized as a inoraasad
»trsnsth, and 1 fall bstlsr In
radical anf. safe cure for Contagious •vsrg wag.
a great bsllsvar in N.S. B., and
Blood Poison. It counteracts the 7f’ I kh am
btò?M-omeD'1 “to •“ *"nMJ
deadly virus and cleanses and puri
fies the discasi d bloo<l, and under its
tonic effects the general health im
Ö38 Walnut Bt.t L«abanon, l»a.
proves and soon all signs of blood
•re”.0" “r7 g"n<>' Tlle Btron« «‘¡"‘•ral remedies, Mercury and Potash, which
are so oltcn prescribed for the disease, dry up the sores, skin eruptions and
nil external signs, but leave the stomach
and digestion ruined and the system in
such condition that the disease usually
returns in - rorse form than ever.
S. S. S. is guaranteed a purely vegeta
ble remedy. >1,000 is offered for proof that
it contains a single mineral ingredient. If
for our atACdal
. . ,
oiocMi poison write ior
~ ”1 11
’’ U'C diffcrcnt
u",c,v,,v 8,aK** a"«
««“ 1 K'ving
ior treatlnK onc'»
ut home. Our physician# will furnish any
Information or advice wanted free of charge.
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diilrrniM'« la III«« prl«'»«
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price on bottom-
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t»»«« doctor »•
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