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D om not let. go of you
when you apply lotions or
liniments, ft* simply loosens
its bold for a while. Why?
Because to get, rid of it you
must correct, the acid con
dition of the Mood on which
it» depends. Hood's Sarsa
parilla has cured thousands.
Corrected. — Willie
Peebles — Th«
bursa was goin-------
forget your g, Willie. Willie Peehles—
Gee. tbe burse was goin------ .—Pack.
P. Q DLPAHTMtNT IS BUSY.
Cliffitigi'« Miidv ht \utnr« uf <M»I
taiitl Ku tn (liar Ollix v«.
Uvpnrtmvnt has bw»>
plajrlnn havoc uith the old fatulUMi
names ot oiheea throughout tbv coin (
it has boon obliged to dlsvontliuo
the mall service at New York
sure. It 1» not the New York of.U«»'|
«•teat White Alle> whose po»tnl (r ill
1 ties have txren cut off, >ut a to*1 “•
■ »oiiiewhat smaller size. Iu the 8t|te ot
It bus also been the unlappl
A tliin, vaporj smoke, lazily ascend
ing from it« crate, may lx* Ute only vis
111.- Ivin.I Tou Ila».' 11»«). Ilonglit III«
ible sign of
the sleeping volcano;
tmv oi < lia». II. Fletcher, nini Ima b. . „ it " .„...i' t . Z
Prepared.—"Bedad. tbe nixt autoiuo- ..................................
but within is a r-tfing »ca ot
«terwoimi .u|M*rvi»l.m tor over «<» JeurB. ^i’r""
bobolist who run» over me will lie sor
rock and sulphttrffU' gttsc*. Those who
| tie»» of the people of Rock llraiz'h. lu
«iM'cIve you in this. (.'Otltiterfclta, liiiliutlous timi
ry for II. Ol'll bet
make their home* in the peaceful val
•* .htat-ita-good** nr« but Experiment», ull(| ,tll(,
the same commonwealth, to Io»« their
"Oi've s can av nitroglycerin Iu Ivery
health of Ulilhlrci»—Experience iiut>iii«i Experima-ut
leys below know die danger, and though
poatoffice, aud the record« han
transferred to CorrvctlonvUle t>|iluou»
frequently w .trned by the rumblings and
WIZARDS OF T he postoffice .
Local Oracle—Know t'
Let u» hope tbe r«x>«<» are
quaking«’ the»e signs of impending erup
Tbvy Work Oat Tough Pusaln lu Dr- Blaukshlre? Ay, | Jure »ay» I kaowtj
('n»torln is u harmless aubatltute fbr ( ustor oil. Pur,..
Im better tbau any oue In these part»
|( J* I'lensant. >♦
miti . Noothliig My rup»,
lu Michigan the departmett lias
The »taff of men iu tbe New York Woy, uiy darter married one o’ ’1» »la awakes with dciitemng roars,and they arc lo«t iH-neatli a downpour «if
«■ontiiltia neltlu-r Opium,
ilorpliiii«« nor other Nurcott-
heated rock and s liding ashes. Thouzandaof blood |x>ison sufferers are amended tbe uaiue Nault «le Ntix Marie
postofllce w ho are eall«*d upon to guess ble ’anda."—Scraps.
ag«’ i I» “ II» , g aura ni «■«<. |(
M «>■ ms
bu I> r I< iii «- c .
into Sault Salute Marie, atul t ha«
out defective addresses are wonderful
mid alluya l-'i>* «•rlshncae.
,,>“o li«i-a and H liai
"It serve» her g«>J and right” *Hov» living upon a sleeping volcano, and are taking desperate chances, for establish«! the oflle«» of
ly MCCMaful at their brain torturing now :' "Site b«'ame eugag«i ou « Erl - under the mercury »nd pot
Bowline Qroan. Kv , Mar. 84. 100».
lu Mluneeota that no>le of
Fc^iihit «•*« ilio
mid Flatulency. I-
--------------- I —
«lay and married on tbe 13th." "Well?" ash treatment the external
Gentlaman: For over four year. I suffered flee known for year» a» I'nx'te'knott
mid uuiurid sleep.
One abaent-mlnd«*» person addressed
'Well, now »he eau't get a divorce!'—
1 want to Hot Springs, slaying there four
a letter "2.242 Bronchitis” and It waa New York Eveuing Suu.
appear, and the deluded x ic- poison.
months at a big exiM.neo. 1 then eoneutted pby. the famous orator Is known oily by
promptly delivered to 1.242 Broadway,
She—So you think that men are tiin is happv in the belie! of aicians, who prescribed Mercury. Nothing did hl* Cbriatlan name upon tbe imillui
rood; tn fact, the tr. alment proved more
to correct addn-sa.
Not long ago O.
a complete cure; bit the mean,
smarter than women, do you?
harmlul than benetlotul. 1 mentioned my case to list« now. Bkog 1» a new name In Mln
A. Meng-r, the chief of the "goo.1
sume men. but not all.
She—Well. fires of contagion hare only a friend, who told me that S B. 8. had certainly neaeta. and a good one. In Ml«*i»«lppl
gueasers" in the New York
Bears tho Sigiaturo of
' wbat men are smarter? He—Old bach been smothered in the sys cured him I at once commenced ite nee, and at. | Cbunkey» Station ha» been trans
ter continuinr it for sometime could find no trees
struck a letter mall«*d from a town in t.
tem, and as Siam as these of tbe disease whatever. This wee about two | fortn«d Into Chunky. In Oregon N.edy
Italy, adilroKMil in vile handwriting to
"What do you put on your face after minerals are left off will years ago. X can truthfully say 1 ant entirely has been stricken from the list, and
"Vlucenso Marchese, Harpon llarlaad.
D M. SANDKR3.
in Pennsylvania Arcadia ba» tHH-n <■»
asked the man who smell-*«! blaze up again. Oixzsiona!
of bay rum. "Court plaster, usually,' sores break out in the mouth, a red rash appears on the body, and these tabitahed.
Applying the phonetic metho.1, b«>
In the Fhlllpplne» Masbate ha» been
rej'li«! the nervous chap, gl«K»mily.— warning symptoms, if not heeded, ure soon fcllow-ed by fearful eruptions,
quickly wrote in rod Ink at tbe hot
dlet'onUnued. Equality ha» b**n «»«tub
tom of the envelope, "Quarantine Sta
Mercury anil potash not only tail to cure blood llahmt In South Carolina and a new
"Does your little girl know how tv sickening symptoms.
tlon (Hospital), Hoffman Island.” The
VM« rtut«us OUMMUI,
Bunker lllll has arisen In Tenneaae«» t
“Oh. dear ti<v That's so pie- poison, but cause mercurial Rheumatism, tie. rosis ot the bones, olTen-
next day the letter was placed In the-
1 he use of Doevllle h«» also »prout«l In Tenne*
hands of the Immigrant for whom it : betan. aud we exp«?t her to marry a sive u'cers and inflammation of the stomach and bowels.
man who Is rich enough to let her S. S. S. is never followed by any such bad results.
It cures without •ee. aud there the much »ought John
the slightest injury to the system. 'Ve olTer fft.tx» for proof that it may hare hl» home.
The Italian. Russian. Hungarian and
In Tet»s Hawley ha» been trail«
A tienile II«'iiilntlrr.
Greek malls bring most of th«- "blind"
contains a mineral of any descrip
"Have you heard about the latest In
form«! Into llleealiig and an Arp :>»•
“After all.’* tuuaed thè ahiftleaa Imi
addresses, which are worked out pho surauee companyy "No; what is It?";
tion. S. S. S. is an antidote for conta appeared, doubtlc«» a niodvet tribute
for fell i *I««' sm 1 with a '•«I • •»»«! Kant tn
A few recent examples of "Why. it’s one that promises to pay all-'
gious blood poison, it destroys every to the humorous gentleman of that vidimi n» he |>rtM«*ed«d to uccupy ila tn ah»
any fallur«' mi out |arl t alalogn«
the originals, with the translations by mony to both parties In case the mar
free * rit® ttnlay
atom of the virus and purifies and paeudozym. Virginia has a new Dot. no pla«*e like hoitie."
the postal experts are:
riage proves a failure."—Detroit Free
strengthens the blood and builds up the a Pilot and a School, but ba» lost a
“\<>u bave «aiti il.” replied Ih« uriti
Bttulttl Butina; Oullogo
“Slrlanostrt. Tomsvllle"—Sarah Ann Press.
of hi» k*m». m ho wa» engagad in half
Cool Well an«! a Dell.
laoast«. Was A.
Miss Vane—Some one told me to-day
We will mail free our special book
("omapondents who hav» hitherto »«dina hi» uther palr <*f treueere, “bir
"Merryone”—Matteawan. N Y.
that I was the handsomest girl lu out on Contagious Bl«x»d Tolson, with full directions for home treatment. aiMre>s«od foreign letters to Beu.all. tti.it*« »»•' rea«oii why n man »hould h»a’
•round it Inatead of lotikmg for a job.“
street. Miss Spelts—Oh. that's not In Medical advice is furnished by our physicians without charge.
Llsndysall. must now use larger en-
ton. N. Y.
What is CASTOR IA
The Kind You Haye Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
Miss Vane—Wbat do you
velopea and write It Beulah. Newcastle
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLAMTA, GA. Emlyn. Carmarthenshire
For fortv year’« I'iao « Cur» for Con»
mean? Miss Spelts—Your babit ot
To csiiva*» Ilin lamiere aiei
«umptioii ha* cured coligli» and Cuida, Al
Under the name of one address ap talking to yourself.'
I.lwyndafydd. New Quay, Cardigan druggilt»
Tri « 2Ô rent»
deilcr» on line <d g.*»!» t»v-
pear«! the following:
Baxter—We had some fine music at
Auch la Fame.
milcan.” After some study the “gu«*ss-
llooki ain't flt*n* for nothing but to
the concert last night.
Piker Who is that Ml
Brownovitck -Old Blow iti never at Hants. beeu complicate«! Into West
lie-lltli i all easily lie made
er" wrote across tbe envelope “Care J.
tend» ctiiirch, doc» he?
Lisa, East Use. Hants? And why give to little children <«»in’ to arhool, for
thought you didn't enjoy blgb-class woman?
bv good worker». No com
Pierpont Morgan," aud the letter was
Siuithin»ky—No It isn't n«-e»»ary.
has Tygerfonteln. Cape Colony, bean to k«*«-p ’em out'n miachiaf. If a tnan'a
music. Baxter—Oh, I didn't enjoy lt;
petition, Goo I vary sell
duly delivered to an Orieutal iu the
got mother *it he don't need 'em; rf h«
« hiv itch— B«*aii»e why ?
"era»«! from the ll»t?"
that's why I know It must have beeu
r<t. for particulars
ain't got it they *11 do him no g«»«»d, n*
Bmilhin»ky—Oh. be'» on.. <>f
change of Victoria
high class.—Boston Transcript.
Snn«»u Nugga' phihwophjr, quoted
and agency al un<*.
self-made lueu who ere always pr»i»iug
A tougher problem was present«! by
Hutchinson Indicate a disloyal ten in Henry Watterauu'a “The tuiuprumifea
Augustus (no longer the youthful)—
this: "Hop Lee. 4 10 Colock. Complice.
dency in the «•olony?
Well, there's one comfort; they say at
Texas.” Long and hard study led to
Tbe PtMtofflee Ixpartment 1» always
Mother* will find Mr». Winslow*« 5oothing
31J tsmawrcul Mk. Fort I. nd. Orr.
a man Is either a fool or a physi
the conclusion that the «»rroct reading
XÌLÌ-e IUÄTS PERMANENTIY CURED
Syrup th«* be«» remedy tou«e lor their children busy changing names, eatabllsbfng.
w >»•■<>• <>,r,<«•»•««■
Angelina (nearly swallowing a
duriug th« teething period.
should be "Hop Lee. Fort Hantxx'k.
w- rot run »AATKL.AXi —
dlacontinulug, moving office«, reform
yawn)—And are you a physician, tbeu?
Camp Rice, Texas." The letter was
- -I ' • - ----- T-
ing their spelling and generally keep
'the t ail s I Way.
U« U. 11 aim». Ltd M- Ar,|> M. rbllAd»l|atl«,re
sent there and Hop got it.
No Cos! of Opfration
“Time is precious,” said the moralises.
Used to It.—Tommy was visiting a
A letter addressed to "Mr. Froderick
A Peaalmiatfo View.
"It is,” rejoined the demoralizer. "and reading try the “United States Official
A. Swift,' with the Initial "L" beneath
"Say. pa." queried little Johuny Buni- I'i •• »
Mr» Iti» 1 woiildu't lik. to bs In
I l..t. of it."
Postal Guide." who«« yellow cover«
It, was sent to I.owell. Mass., its in- ogtzed to him because tbe table lluen perniekle, "I often read als.ut poor but
"By indulging in foolish
pleasures, appropriately hint at Its
Interesting yoiir ■li,..-» wlu-u your husbnud »ve» tbe
waa soiled at bis plate.
"Ob' that's honest people; why don't they sometime, eh?" queried the party of the preface.
bill f<>r your n.-w guwn.
contents.—New York Kun.
he assured her. promptly; say rich but honest?"
Mr». Dii Ot course not. desr. No. 1
“No,” replied the other, "by being
Kentucky Man's Duty.
»hoc» would l>v swtully uucouifvrtabl» un
"It would be useless, my son.” replie.! punctual
"ours Is worse'n that
iu keeping my appoiutuiruts
No. 3 tvet.
the old man. "Nolsaiy would believe it” with others.
.-dtmbor«“, Ky., August 29 (Special) Brooklyn Life.
—After suffering for years with pain
"That land.' said the city nephew, "is
In the back Mr. J. M, Coleman, a well
known citizen of this place, has found valu«l at 28iO a front foot" “Tbun-
s «»mplete cure in
Kidney deration.'" excla!m«i tbe old farmer,
Rill». Knowing how general this dis i xstily moving back on to the side
All Japan has l>evn ringing with tbe
ease Is all over the country. Mr. Cole walk.
"And 1 stood on it most live
fame of Takeo Hlroae. the first great
man feels it Is his duty to make his minutes! Do you reckon they'll charge
naval hero of the Japanese Itusalan fL >*r*lintf «zli’Hilfiir \ nun»? men and boya.
experience public for the benefit of me rent?"—Chicago Post
war. who was killed In Admiral Togo's Boi J22 Uah crut) Park Matiaa. Pantaad. Orc.
Among a number of notes received
second attempt to block up Port Ar
“I want to recommend Dodd's Kid
Apply f<>r < atAjogne
Hlroae waa leader of the vol
ney Pills to everybody who has pain
In the back." Mr. Coleman says
"I was tbe following: “Dear Teacher:
unteers who set nut tn sink their ships I
suffered for years with my back,
I ' Kindly excuse Minnie for having been
and. if necessary. themselves. In the
used Dodd's Kidney Pills and I have ' absent yesterday, as she fell In tbe
month of the harbor. He was killed
not felt a pain since.
My little girl mud on her way to school. By doing
by a projectile from a Russian quick-
too «»mplained of her back and she tbe same, you will oblige. Her Mother.”
firing gun while seeking to save tbs
used about half a box of Dodd's Kid
They bad been engaged a long time,
life of his friend and subordinate. Pet
ney Pills and she is sound and well.”
ty Officer Huglno.
Backache Is Kidney Ache.
Dodd's ^aud one evening were reading
Kidney Pills are a sure cure for all paper together.
"Look, look." be ex-
World tells of other deeds of courage
Writ«* today for frr* lllnatratad
Kidney Aches, including Rheumatism. - claimed, "only fifteen dollars for a suit
performed by Hlroae
; of clothes!" "Is lt a wedding suit?"
Ha flrat proved bls bravery In the
Unwritten Colonial History.
she asked, looking naively at her lover.
war with China After that war Lieut.
Tbe captain of the Mayflower bad
’ "Oh. no!" he replied, "it is a business
Hlroae. who spoke Russian and French
given orders to reverse the engine aud
"Well. 1 meant business." she
well, was sent as naval attache to the
swing into port.
»•e -X u.
Japanese legation at Ht. Petersburg
Plymouth rock was nror at hand.
A military officer went downtown
’ it V-N writing t«> Mil «rrtln*r« pin»«« I
"Why do you plan to land b«*re?”
an Incident which occurred at a twin-
IV illellll«i(i thl« |)M|»r.
asked William Bradford, with
».me with bls little daughter one morning.
qtiet. A Russian offi.-er declared that
the Japanese, so small ot stature, could
“Why,” responded the captain, in unable to keep up with ber father's
not. as Individuals, hold their own In
swinging stride, and sbe was obliged to
great disgust at tbe other's Ignorant*«*,
any war. Hlroae smilingly defied any
J cry a halt "Please, pa,” she said. “1
“if we didn't bow would poultry-breed
I would like you not to walk so fast
three Russians to overcome him at
the HttnteAt Conditioner and sf...A / »ttener itnowt».
ers ever get a name tor their big 'dom
HORSI8 »1'» morr work <»n Icafr. l Ci)Wh>
■ ni ltichrr
Roars of laughter greeted
for I can't keep up with you. Can't
HOQ8 tfrow and fatten <|ul< her If ^Ivri) thl« f«t«..1
the challenge, for In those days Japa
Ko humiliated was lie by this reply
MAKlt FIQt OROW. GOOD FOR RYUNTfD CALVCS.
nese Jiu-jitsu was not described In
I have »iffett rmtlntf I'ruMlan
► -4 i«v ntt th .»■.u,
-i »• ■ . t gt«we (Lrm
that Mr. Bradford forgot for two hours man?’
a/1 a Pl «tile anti retab re the ..ig« arr w
|a >«. triral it ..lt atunt«.! a - .a wit*.
lory maulU r W ulUM'lhC r<«n Mab
“A woman can't keep a secret" de
to etecllonerr for tbe governorship.—
At last, for the fun of It, tbe Rus
rant as-itage II amt B..,,»
EreaaUa greedy te„ St. Paol, Mloa.
clares the mere man.
"Oh, I don't
sian officer sent for three large and
know,” retorts tbe Buttery woman;
ruMTLANU sk.au €U.. Ferilasssl. Or.. Cost« Aeeuts
Dealncsa Cannot Be Cured
Tbe little Japanese
"Fve kept my age a secret since I was
be local apfilcatlona a. they cannot reach the 24.” “Yes; bnt one of these days you
threw the Russians, one after another.
dleeaeed |>ortum of the ear 1 here ti only one
Hlroae remained In Ht. Petersburg
way to cure dealneae, and that la by conatttu- will give lt sway.
In time you will
tlonal remedlee lteafueae 1» caua- d by an in-
three years. The daughter of a Rus
flamed condition ot the mucous lintu» of the simply have to tell It” "Well, I think
sian naval officer fell In love with the
Kuatachlan Tube. When this tube la fntlametl that when a woman has kept a secret
you have a raw bling sound or lrnperle. t bear
gallant young Japanese.
ing, and when It la entirely cloaca, I’etUner- is for twenty years she <x>mes pretty near
who greatly admire«! Hlroae, let It tie
the reoult, and unless tbe InUammation can le knowing bow to keep lt”—Judge.
taken out and thia tule re-tored to iu normal
known to him that he would not lie
condition, hearing will be destroyed forever;
During tbe late Boer war, just after
unwelcome as the young girl's suitor.
Bine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, tbe fall of Bloemfontein, soldiers were
which la nothing but an indaiued condition of
Hlroae, who alao car«-«! for the girl,
a aw . : r-
• with a infiam-
called upon, owing to the scarcity ot
D ear \fr»H
M bs . PTTrvMM
ago v I was nearly
Wewlllgive One Hundred Dollars for any
struggled with his affection for three
ami L Uc
cbm of lieafneeatcauavl Uy catarrh > that can
, medicine» Mid washes internally and externally until I
not le cured by Hall's Catarrh cure, bend tor weary men were lying in camp one to me. T
Write for Catalogue and Prices
made up my mind that there was no relief for me. Calling
Then he wrote to her father, and
the home _____
night, after a hard day's work, when a
r. 1. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O.
friend. I not .1 a
- - ,e < f Lydia E. Pink barn's Vegetable Compound.
Hold by Druggists, 75c.
sergeant called out:' "Any of you wish My friend endorsed it highly and 1 decided to give it a trial to »ee if it would
Hall's Fatally P11U are tbe best.
Russia and Japan. He said: "When
to put your uatne «lown as railway por
persevere nee for
for I I was in
bad condition, and
and I I
country calls me to duty I shall
The vast retinue of eervanta employed
sy Ly<!ia L. 1 inkliain
n X \ egetable
effetable Compound for nearly five months
have to turn to account all the valua
>• ore I was
a change, from
by the late Queen Victoria are Ixdng other appointment connectetl with the
■ , but
“■ —t —
Ui the delightful exhilarating feeling health always brings. I would ble professional hints received from You Can « elint Your < hleken« lletore t hey Arv
carefully reduced in number« by King railway?' Tbe sllen«?e was broken only misery to
dolI»r»- »nd juar
Compound «■ is « a your kind lips and so help to do mortal
! by snores. Then one of tbe men slow- grind
llsb-hed In s CHATHAM INCl'HATOR.
granJ medicine for ‘
hurt to your country's navy. Thus III
i ly raised bis bead. "Put me down ai
Every f»r)l» HHt7»u pnl Into • «hatham Incu
»ick woman would try It and be convinced.”—M r » Ir>A
must patriotic duty make me repay bator »III i- in- <>ut « healthy, atunly chit k
a sleeper!” be shouted drowsily.
Worvl,J' Vico TemPl»r, Impendent Order of
I. the record th,* Chatham liiruliator )>■■ mail» for
all your kidneee. With this In my mind ItM-lt ao>l the < halhato llrorder will Lrltia them
A curious and amusing mixture of
up I elter than I he IIIII.I motherly ttell
I here 1»
When a medicine has Iwcn successful in more than a million and In my heart, bow can I presume 1*1»
early piety and worldliness came to
money to le mntle III r»lalti» rhlc.ru» with a
to sue for your daughter*» hand, know t:batham
Incut,»tor 1 he farmer who overt,mk»
light In a city school room oue day cases, is it justice to yourself to say, without try ing it, «1 do not
ing that after the outbreak of tbe moat thl. branch of hl, btiwioe»» 1« ti»i«le< tin» mi« of the
when the teacher had asked tbe cbib believe it would help me”?
great,-t profit producing detuiftrneni» of hl. farm
Surely you cannot wish to remain weak, and sick and dis likely of wars the hand of fate might The l'a< IHc * oa.t I. not pr> Amiri» eomt»h chick
dren to write on tbelr pads of paper
etta to aui.piy their own want«
something about tbe profession or <xt- couraged, exhausted with each day’s work. You have some
daughter In the most rutbles« of wtiya,
OI K on- lit
We wilt well you a Chatham In
pupation In which they would like to derangj-nient of the feminine organism, and Lydia E Pinkham’s
on time It will make many lime» It» co»l
should I have been «o happy as to have cubator
to you We
“ i)<y th« frrltfht
- - ---
------ - me - ■ for our
engage when they became men aud Vegetable Compound will help you just as surely as it has others.
You know the medicine that
fi'niog and iiapiu I hint» op poultry ral»
One little girl wrote briefly
makes pure, rich blood —
Hlroae In hl» poetic temperament as Ins cowti you iiothhix l’<> h now.
but effectively, "I would desire to be a
.......... . .. : .
• I __
t ._*.. *
Ayer’s Sarsaparilla. Your
OfO. W. FOOTT
well a» In his dauntless spirit truly
lady rider at a clrcu»« if it was tbe
mother, grandmother, all your
represented tbe old warrior class or
Ixtrd's will." Another little girl w-ltb
had known of theeffica«y of Lvdia E. Pink
folks, used it. They trusted
«¡ually mlx«l ideas wrote, “Mission
ham s Vegetable CompoillKl a few month» Japan, the Samurai.
sooner, for I tried many lemediee without find
ary, but if n«,t that, millinery or elerk
ing anything which helped me before 1 trieil tbe
In candy »tore.”
"Do you think that the standard
’'eff*«“bl* Compound. 1 dreaded the approach
of the menstrual period every month, a» it popular taste 1» higher than it used
it. Their doctors trusted it.
meant much suffering and pain. Nome month*
"Far as I can learn,” said the Prun
the flow *u very scanty an«! othsra it was pro
Your doctor trusts it. Then
tytown philosopher, with bis
"Certainly.” anawercd Mr. Storm*
$0.00 and S4.00 C ustom D ench W ork in all
fuse, blit after I hml uai'd the Compound for
raaplshne»», "the only difference—ex
trust it yourself. There is
Ington Barnes, “You muMt remember
tmk H iqm G rade L eathers
two months I became regular and natural, and so
that people of the previous genera
cepting. of course, in the size of their
health and strength in it.
I continued until J fi-lt perfectly well, and the
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tlons had no opportunity of seeing my
the fashionable city
parts were strengthened to perform the work
“1 I?’?*1. ••rr">'T «”>■ IMIxoMton an«
thin blood 1 found do relief until I took
physician, with »everal mysterious Ini
without assistance snij pain. I am like a differ
D hebs and S chool W ear .
Ayer’» Baraaperilla. Four bottles perma-
W. 1«. lYoiitfltia ntitltr« mid ««*11« morn nirn’«
neully cured me.'’
ent woman now, where before I did not care to
tials after hl» name, and the plain,
Mu. r. R H ast . Mt. Xl.ro, R. y.
*.*!.AO mid Ns'l.OO «ho« « t linn mi> nt I k - t iiimin-
live, and 1 urn pleased to testify as to the gocxl
It Happens Frequently.
every day village doctor, who 1» com
iMrturcr In flm w«»rl«l. T |i«< r«*H»<»n tin y him
f.c. avsaco .
th»* tfn*Ht«*Mt «p||i>r« 1«, th<*y hip iiiik I h of th»! I h *«1
monly called 'Doc,' and swaps horses
leHtlieiR, hold their aliripn, fit hpf i « m , w cur longer,
Sincerely yours, M rs . T illie H art , Larimore,ND.
on the side, 1» that the former ding
and I imv « morn viilun thitn uny of In i «ho«M*.
lie it, therefore, iM-licvcd by al) women Why, «he’s three or four year» older
W. L. IfoiiglA« ffimrNntiM*« th«*lr vh I ii « by ntnmt*.
nose» your malady and
Ing bln iiAinn ad <I price on fin, bottom. Look for
*’,rtt *-ydla E. Pinkham’s V'ege- than he.
»imply tell» you what's the matter—
It — tiiko no snhHlIlntc, H<>ld by jdion dcnlcrn
l.ylrt* »oud r j elumrt !y.
Uncle George—Oh, that's all right.
that 1», you s'po»e they do.”—Wom
should take. It lias stood the t«-st of time, It won't be long before he'» three or
Aver'a Pllle are gently laxative an'» Home Companion.
"AS COOD AS 27.00 SHOES.”
They greatly aid the Sarsaparilla.
** Horotoforo I hnvo boon wfurinv 417.00
to its credit. Women should consider it four year» older than she.—Boston
shoos. / purehiisotl it pair of IV.
A ten pound baby can make more
unwise to use any other medicine.
S3 .30 shoos, which ! have warn pvory duv for
noise than a 250 pound man can sup
four months. Thoy aro io sutlifar tory I do not
Mrs. P nklinm, whose address Is Lynn,
(nf<n«f to roturn to tho mortr ojrppnslno shafts.**
A woman'» Idea ot making a room
,,,-cnuuy | and
ill answer , , clieerfiilly
CU«li WMlÄt All tut tAUS.
WM. GSJtr RNOWI.K.r, Jltst. I Ity Solicitor, Phlla,
Baal <X>u»h ayrup. 1 um u . hk I. baa
o L bt,er1
‘‘!1h1e,’1,’y ’•'«•I* women. Perhaps she has look
1« to arrange the chairs that
Load» th» ht»n'» Shoo F»»Mon» nt thn WnrM.
Paradoxical though It may srtui, a Just the knowletltf« that will help your erne - try her to-day — it
la uwa. Sold h, dru.pl«ta.
you can't move In tbe dark without
W. I, BneglM ssm f erns, f'ollskla 1» I Head for Catalog gluing fu I In-
cob U uvthing.
spoiled child Is always freak.
Cer.ee f ell Is roaretled
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fulling over tbeiu.
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Tmlh and Johnson Strutt
PRUSSIAN STOCK FOOD,
Mrs. Haskell, Worthy Vice Templar, Inde
pendent Order Good Templars, of Silver
Lake, Mass., tells of her cure by the use of
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
The A. H. Averill Machinery Co. P8M°
Hrs. Tillie Hart, of Larimore, N. D., says
W. L. DOUGLAS
I® S3.5O & $3 SHOES 1!!
te be the laesl I'aleal l.salher aade, I W. L. Douglas, Brockton, Mass