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An auto-iobile oWiF in a New
York town has been placed on trial for
manslaughter because his machine,
while speeding, ran down and killed
two aged women. There appears to
be a general disposition to enter a vig
orous protest against the theory that
killing pedestrians is a regrettable but
necessary risk to be allowed in speed
State Senator William Flinn of
Pittsburg is said to have determined
that he will be United States senator
from Pennsylvania. The report adds
that he "has set aside the sum of $2,
000,000 and announced that he would
spend every penny of it to further his
Free love will be the ultimate fate
of the United States if the 4present
system of divorce is continued, accord
tng to a prophecy made before the
Twentieth Century club, Chicago, a
few days ago by Margaret Deland of
That Connecticut man who was bad
ly hurt in a fight with an eagle may
think his experience exceptional, yet
many a man has got the worst of an
encounter with a Rocky mountain
A prominent minister says that
spirits undoubtedly influence our
loves. But they won't much longer,
if this prohibition wave keeps sweep
Epigrams composed from the per.
sonal experience of a man's present
life are fresher and better than those
abstracted from the literary cobwebs
No more winter for the big battle
ship fleet. It is headed strai6ht for
the tropics and when it gets to the
cold end of South America midsum
mer will be there.
In New York 27,000 men are sup
ported by their wives; but, then, al
most anything can pass as a man in
At the end of the worst storm is
bright sunshine, and so the worst hu
man situation is often followed by the
If your liver i.A sluggish and out of tone.
and you feel (lull, bilious. constipated'
take a do.-e of Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets tonight before retiring
and you will feel all right in the morn
ing. Sold by all druggists.
Bad boys cai be made good by
music, according to one scientist.
Perhaps that is the reason they prefer
theaters to the schoolroom.
Fortunately, even after the forests
are exhausted there will be a few gas
It is better to give a friend work
and dollars in life than tears and flow
era in death.
Seven cities in New Jersey have
doctors for mayors. Now, perhaps, we
shall find out what ails them.
Men who always pay cash aeldom
owe an apology.
Somze people seem to be happy in
coastantly relating their miseries.
When the digesti>n is all right, the
action of the bewels regular, there is a
.natural craving and relish for food.
When this is lackingi you may know that
you need a dose of Chamberlain's Stom
ach and Liver Tablets. They strengthen
the digestive organs. improve the appe
tite and regulate the bowels. Sold by all
*Here comes a correspondent who
udertakes to show that Dr. H"'
~~d n'didn't originate the title of es
tic Monthly, b,ur the At
o that it was bor
rowed ,. her magazine which
bore th:at name a quarter of a cen
tury earlier, and which lived and died
in New York. Whether Dr. Holmes
originated the name or not, there Is
not much doubt, says the Boston Her
ald, that he selected it for the Boston
publication and that his selection was
duly acknowledged by the proprietors
of the magazine. Besides, it furnished
the occasion for the perpetration of
one of Dr-. Holmes' best puns. No
rude Iconoclast can deprive his mem
ory of that proud distinction.
Often The Kidneys Aw
Weakened by Over-Work.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
- Weak and unhealthy kidneys are re
sponsible for much sickness andsufierinlg,
therefore, ii kidney
trouble is permitted to
)continiuc, serious re
- ~sults are most likely
to follow. Your other
organs may need at
nevs most, because
they do most and
should have attention
first. Therefore, when
your kidneys are weak or out of order,
you can understand how quickly your en
tire body is affected and how every organ~
seems to fail to do its dutv.
If you are sick or " feel badly," begin
taking the great kidney remedy, Dr.
Kilmner's Swamp-Root. A trial will con
vince you of its great merit.
The mild and immediate effect of
Swamp-Root, the great kidney and
bladder remedy, is soon realized. It
stands the highest because its remarkable
health restoring properties have been
proven in thousands of the most distress
ing cases. If you need a medicine you
should have the best.
Sold by druggists in
fifty-cent and one-do!
lar sizes. Yoi. may
have a sampWbbttle
by mail fk'ee;: als' a
pamphlet telling you um. o ~u-Roa.
how to find out if you have kidney or
bladder trouble. Mention this paper:
when writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton. N. Y'. Don't make any mis
take, but remember the name, Swamp
Root, and dlon't let a dealer sell you
something in place of Swamp-Root-if
you do vou will be disappointed.
Care has to be exercised with the
mare in hot weather while a colt is
suckling her, because overheating her
often gives a colt the scours. By hav
ing the colt come in the fall the mare
suckles him while she is doing no
work, and she can give him a much
better start than when he is born in
It has been demonstrated by the ex
periment stations and by practical
tests of innumeraLle farmers that crop
rotation not only pays in better crops
but that where properly carried out
actually increases the productivity )I
the soil from year to year. Hia.
given this matter any thou-li ? ila-.e
you considered that with t'.. - m:.>
season you ought to b,a ., nie sor
of crop rotation and prove to your o'.:.
self by practical test that the syster
The wonderful advancement whicl
has been made in farming methods ir
the last 50 years encourages a poeti,
dreamer to indulge in a vision of wha
yet another 100 years will b;ing forth
and he breaks out into song as foi
Oh, it's ho! fon' the days of the dear oic
farit, when we plowed with gasol.ni
And the cows were fed In the dewy mor.,
through the butter and cheese 11a
When we lit the meadows and pasturt
lots with glaring electrie light;
And used the w4relvss telegraph for c:!l.
ing the vows at night:
When the garde-ns grew on a gra:d oi
plan, aad pumpkins ind grapes a:
Were g:.thered by rollickin;. frollel(kiin
girls trotm the lizibs of the self-sanit'
Ilow we lily-fin.ered farmer boys loved
to spend the day lin s!eep,
uy the aurmuring motor that ran the
nill that sheared the complucont
How we loved to loaf by the alcohol still
that stood in the billowy ec rn,
Till called to the farm hands' ten-course
meal by the notes of a Gabriel'!
Ah! then was the chance for the truc
romance! Ah! then there was genu.
Aud unruftled joy for the trouble-free
bov wbo lived on the dear old farml
Ehake Into Your Shoes
Alin's Foot Ease. a powder. It cures
xinful, swollen smart i ig, net vous feel
nd in tantly takes the itin, OuL of
orns and bunion- aund makes walking
-asy. T.-v it to-day. S:!- everywh-ite;
Sample FREE. Adrt-s., Allen 8.
DIn step, LeVo%, N. Y.
Preparations are on foot, as it were,
to meet the Black Hand with a mailed
Still, it imparts a rude shock to con
qdence to have to pay eights cents a
quart for milk.
Many a man who goes looking up
his family tree. may find an ancestor
ur two attached to it by the neck.
What we gain by fraud we lose b.
You ill feel better almost
immnedilately, and still better
STHE CENUINE lhas the RED Z on
the front of each package and the
sIgnature and seal of J. H. ZEILIN
& CO., on the side, in RED.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUCCISTS.
The advantage from sowing the
seed of mammoth clover is that,
since it is a legume, it is a nitrogen
gatherer, and if it secured a good
stand and made a vigorous growth it
would add considerably to the stock
f fertility in the soil.
When paris green Is put up in small
packages the weight of the package
s ofter. included with the green. Thus
a pourd package may contain only
about 15 ounces of green. For this
reason, if one uses large quantities of
poison, It is cheaper to buy it In bulk.
The army ration for horses consists
of 15 to 20 pounds of hay daily, with
10 to 12 pounds of good oats. When
doing extra heavy service a larger
amount of grain is allowed. At this
rate a ton of hay will feed a horse
about 90 days, allowing for ten per
Does not take into consideration the on
an's happiess-~~vwaniy health. hat
The woman who neglects her h~t
ver oudation of ell good fortune.
love loes its lustre and gold is but dro!
Womanly health when lost or impairs
regained by the use of Dr. Pierce's a'
This Prescr'iption kas, for ev'
been caring gell)cate, weak, P
women, by the iundreCds O
and this toe ia the privacy o.
without their having to sub2
cate questioning1s an! oi ens
Sick women ea invited to consult Dr. I
All correspondence hei A. sacredly Co
Medical Association, R. V. l'icrce, M
DR. Piracn's GREAT FAM;LY DocTC
Medical Adviser, newly revised iip-t(
Pa:n English hosts of delicate questions
ougt to know about. Sent free, in p1
21 o-cent stamns to c3ver railing<
The Kind You Have Always B
in use for over 3 years, h
All Counterfeits, Imitations Z
Experiments that trifle with
Infants and Children-Exper
What is CA
Castorla is a harmless subsi
goric, Drops and Soothing h
contains neither Opium, Mo
substance. Its ago is its gua
and allays Feverishness. It
CL'ic. It relieves Teething 'I
and Flatulency. It assimila
Ltomach and Bowels, giving
The Children's Panacea-Th(
Bears the &
The Kl You Hai
In Use For Ov
TH9 CCKTAUR COMPANY. 77 Mull
Gen. Sneridan's Request.
When Gen. John M. Wilson, U. S. A.,
retired, was superintendent of public
buildings and grounds in Washington
under Cleveland, he was invited one
afternoon by Gen. Sheridan to accom
pany him on a carriage drive about
the city. The hero of Winchester was
In fine spirits until they approached
Scott circle, in the center of which
loomed the equestrian statue of Gen.
Winfield Scott, says the Washington
Herald. Then Little Phil became se
rious. Reining up his horses, he sat
and gazed earnestly at the statue.
"Wilson," said Gen. Sheridan, "i
have an incurable malady, and do not
expect to live more than a year.
,Vhen I am dead I suppose that mv
equestrian statue will be erecte6
somewhere in Washin;ton. I reques:
here and now that you see to it that
I am not seated upon suth an out
rageous looking horse as that upon
which the sculptor has placed Scott.'
The Scott horse, by the way, was
modeled after one of the favorit
mares ridden by Gen. John Morgan
the dashing Kentucky confederate
cavalryman, a fact known only tt.
Gen. Wilson and a fewv other persons
Washington Statues Boxed Up.
The work of restoring the interior
of the United States capitol buildint
at Washington, even as to details, ac
cording to the original plan, has be
gun. Visitors during the past fev,
weeks have been greatly disappoin c-r
to find that all the statues taur
hail have bee- v - -.tta
erected over,a - eu and scaffoldini
... the entire space. -
Dysentery is a dangerous dlisease bui
can be cured. Chambe-rain's Colic.
Cholera and Diarrho~ea Remedy ha.
been succeaifuliy used in nine e-pidlemice
of dysentery. It has nePver been known'
o fail, It is equaily valuable for chil
dren and oduits, and when reducded
with water and bwe'tened, it is plasant
to take. Sold by all draggists.
lHe who makes and takes advantag-a
of opportunity must work all his fac
ulties every wrking hour.
The negro republic of Liberia ha:i
22 species of rubber trees.
Ia buy ing a ("ough m. dicioe, dorn't b.
afrid to get C ianh,. lain's Cough Rem
edy. There . noi dlanger fi o-n it, and re
lie i< sure t a f i!li w . Eil ecially recomn
m -ndedJ for C(U u is. c, Itds and whooping
cough. X, lii b. al1 iuggists.
From two to three hogs can be fat
tened if allowed to follow a bunch of
steers, with the use of a very little
extra corn. Most corn-belt feeders
count two pigs per steer.
Labor-saving machinery for the
farm is all right, but the owner of
the small farm must remember that
inless the expensive machine can be
kept busy it is hardly profitable for
his farm alone.
Farmers are coming to understand
that manure Is never more valuable
than on the day it is made, and are
more making a practice of getting it
out on the fields as soon as possible.
whther they have a manure spreader
ossential to wom.
i neglecting the
or without health
d may generally be
p J.J years,
it to indel'
lerce by letter free.
i6dential. Address World's Dispensary
D., President, Buffalo, N. Y
a Boox, The People's Common Sensc
-date edition--1000 pages, answers a
which every woman, single or married,
n wrapper to any address on receipt of
n., or . inlth binding for 31 stamps. ,
ought, and which has been
as 1orno the signature of
s been rnade under his per
upervision since its infancy.
no one to deceive you in this.
.nd "Just-as-good" are but
and endanger the health of
lence against Experiment.
itute for Castor Oil, Pare
syrups. It is Pleasait. It
rphine nor other Natrcotio
rantee. It destroys Wor:ui
cures Diarrhea and Win
'rou, cures CoistiPatiin1
tes th r Food, regulatei th3
healt:y and naturaLI icel.
R, 415TL F5tP?- --
er 30 Years.
nA STRECT. UV41 WeaR CJTV
Return this .a with $2.95 and we will hin -%
Exprese, Prepaid to any Southrrn 1.7r- =1c
oneLl-gallon ju- of Strmight White ccYe:Co
Whiskey, reducd in proof by the aidition Cf dis
tillad water on!-. Guaranteed, by us under Le
Florida and National pure fod and dru act. If
you consider the 2 gallons worth $5.00W keep it;
otherwise drink what you want: return V-0 L.A
ance and get all of your money back, jutt as cheer
fully as it was received. This ofier is m-de at a
direct loss, and for the purpose of obtaining O6-(0c
new customers inside of 60 days. Ordcr tcaJy
Somthers Dstrlbatng Comay. Jacksocv!U. Florda.
Don't be so wise in your qwn ways
that you cannot Icarn from your nei'.h
bors, or find a helnful thought or hilit
in Meadowbrook Farm Notes.
Being ready is half the battle. More
than half the failures on the farm are
due to the fact that we are not reandy
to do worl: when it ought to be done.
Remember with the return of spring
weather that the keeping quali:y of
milk depends more on cleanly moth
ods of handling than upon weather
Dlip the sheep this spring after
shearing, even thouigh you do not no
tice any ticks. Remember about the
ounce of precaution being better than
a pouind of cure.
mna!es Izaby navcs e
is the best food-med cE, or '.eeth
ing babies. It stregiLcoaa the
nerves, supplies li:ne for ~Ae teetX, I5
keeps the baby gro~i.g.
G.et a sm:al bou~le now. A;k 1r-r,:m
The Mon.ey in it.
Joe Chapjbe, editor of the Nationa'
Magazine. is moved to observe that
if the human ace could be all happy
b,y habit, or even moderately rational,
there would be little bitterness, and
zo more of the absolutely needless
sacrifice of the nobler and uplifting
emotions of mankind. "To-day, he
says, "we offer human sacrifices just
?.3 truly as did the Aztecs, and our
shiafts of sarcasm and persecution cut
as deep as any sacrificial knife of old,
beneath which the human blood
gushed out and stained the great
stone slab on which the victim lay
bound. True, those who suffered in
the old days were not all helpless vic
tims--some went to the stake cheer.
fully content to die for their convic
tions. They are now made victims for
personal revenge and public honors,
which could never be attained except
by slaying those in power, over whose
prostrate forms the ambitious grasp
the tinsel of glory they covet, but
which they, too, some day wi!l find
only a broken bauble. It has been
said that the way to appeal to an
Englishman is through his stomach;
let it not be said with equal truth
that the way to appeal to an American
Is through his purse. Too many great
questions to-day are considered on the
basis of whether or not there is
money in it; but all manhood cannot
be bought with gold, or the nation's
sense of justice dulled by pecunir.ry
gain. Ruskin was one who loved his
fellow-man. This great man said:
'The sum of enjoyment depends not
on the quantity of things tasted, but
on the vivacity and patience of
Boeure andl tda h:'' P f Chamber
lain-s (Colic. Cho!er:4 al! i .r L. ea llem.
'edy wnh y., wh-? -a -:.: : . -cur til;
h i. l m -.. It carmu K a red onm
-'eard the ire s or : n~ 's* hanzest
'1 water o!Ii -Lma e ofEfa e,u1- udl 'en
ttt eks of diarrhoea, and it is b-es: to be
pri pt t-ed. 3Sold by alli dru its
-" . l A -i-4c.
- . t ,: u s Icrs:t Iridp a horse
'n h "' a.. :n i .r 17.().o piles,"
e B E '. ...ie. a N; -ss, Ky.,
" !.. .; d . , I : d t h r remedies
.K -... . .'.~ U e I : -!Ve Cured
'w. La b - - oir i I:.isu%r:.:z, Scalds.
tr '.czema, Salt
' (''-:. 2~,e. ;uar:tttedl by
"Do w : a t ert our
George W. (Cabb. in --The Gran~dis
SIIitns."' Wc a~ rt" -: givi:. our q ays
the e(n-d:i, :wni ( : W) (f all we (10
-nl mis-do. ~t;orLt% n tw;fs si!;lnt,
gli nmuEring hot!rIs wi:en pla:1as-and
0lut1ions are b> rilt. (or changed;
whein heavei and hotin z-.s heaven's
m-.uies, aare invoked v.-:en ansger and
::l tt1is a:e recdal:t.-I and some
tims ha made( to inflame and
f .er; when prob>ris are solved,
ri ''s uesstit, a:: thigs made ap.
: t iM : . . ich day refuses
..; .:dn . G,m11:;* s un the hovs
.: carT11:::v ! ,-I ::%I n thlem1. They
r- :.' 1:' day-s currt or:tS. .'sight-s
a.- u t csle:- t he ntistakes of
h Ve sh!old not attempt
la -m.s I wis r i.s ;in thet ph:-asr
";" should ratier say
'.n cd ts "
b -.. . 5.h i
.-t it , Iu .
Lung. ,CGUghS, a
- - t :.0 ei:d I .:'. i a-a n
.I 6 .;;.-s. TIL1 i 611-!te free
T :!; S,1:.-; . o .i' ct h : ccrn
Thc therou:i hatr-broke (i.tt is
moe than hal,' bro:e.
A s:in hath for the ealy spring
calves is aLot the proper thing.
1'e-S are by natur. '..zing anim.ials.
F rii t. Ia'sot pro e ;: :ur. for
Fri:t trees mean :rd -:.l -alue to the
farm. Se ut a few :.; sp;ing. Not
too late .
Treait the c'o: hi:::: y an : keep her
,ci-a:t : s :t v::. A ;.:.; you nore milk
"nt . ( : a :: 1..' : . -v: ..t l o
der; i i .: : :. :no L.- .-nt e shet
betgant to I '. -- E -: 0 --: -. rit
.\lr- '. . ,... G :p : : .s .i i-a:;or:h, 'I -
be gro)win:.: y oung a" :.- She snifrt
Unitold u1s Vy fi:n <hs sp-isia for '2
years. .A - -It:. Cl e ::i it itin 1 t,
dri:ek nor slteep. I Yctons y. are bIt.
and ll iCtetl ies faile-d :ll Eletr-e .
te'rs wvorked ti:ch wvonder's f. r h-r
hehhtl." 'Ihe lhvi.vi.::ra-e all 'ital
o rgae', cire it'Isver aiwl N Id! ;y trioubl, s.I
indu Lce .-. 1 in art .--r;.:th and ap
[s:.tite. Oilh ii at ni: I r nm:is s
I o if lit feK: n.p corn f
own user n-xt wi:e.:: when you are
gathered about th. irt sidet.
Clean eff th r r. -:ma' ldon't for
the tail. If' eover' i dicrt, a
Tha nmu; --', won f:Bite by
his s.LI: - ::. -:ai t h
nced of s. :: :;.:: h of a con:
in the schootl of..i ti
BIiti:il'er o e. n' b . ~
certain. ple:w~. e-' V.0 1.
is a s~ and nte -
Gray C(.. L
B IiiR.1IL H
Women, vorn and tir
tonic. That feelin of we"
not leave you of itself.
Cardui, that effectual reim
weaknesses of w'omn1. 1
tried Cardui an2d ie
benefit it has beenD. to flm.n.
-use this reliable, oft-tric
Mrs. Rlena Hare, of Piercec,
- wrote: "I was a -uierer from
pain in my side and ivs. c 'i.n
"I suffered for ieors, until v
Cardui. The first bottle gave me j
Try Carali. 'Twill belp you.
AT ALL DR
Prcseer7ty and V'ezt Feint.
The pre.( at thu,. ) o 7) or more
: the aIIhorIzel S Irngth Cf th1(
-adv corps at Wk\.:t Pcint is not ex
rained by the supe: intenent as du*,'
en i:ey to the s.vrity of the entranCe
cxamintaions. There has been in re
cent years an increa-ng number of
aM>Ointees who have faile! to repeit
At the academy for their exmn::tions
in this -a;r's new class the nu:nbet
riaching 79. Th average boy's burn
ig desire to be a soldier, I:artinlarly
an (Ac o-r, ca:s to have been cor
rutCd by the "commercialsin" of our
tics, accctding to the army view, for
the sui,erinte':,dent of West Point re
"It is oelie% e'd that the m.ore
r u 1,urits and greater feIds
for promotion of private life a-e di
vertin:g young men from these caree?rs
f sn:all pay and slow promotion in
our Countr-y's service." Thus pros
perity has ilt both ends of the arny
-the academy and the recruiting of
Ernest Thompson-Seton is on deck
aiain alter a seven months spent in
the wilis of the Canadian northwest.
Mr. Stiun-the name sounds so much
rore aristocratic than Thompson,
:l nc-her know-declares that the por
tI on of the dominion lying below the
iretic circle is the "White MIan's Last
Di i:ortunity." Has he really never
*:ard of the wheat fields of Argentina
iod 13razil, or of South Africa, oir of
A\ustralia, or of New Zealand, not to
-enition t he more dIesirab)le portions
if Sbcria.' a-ks the Detrocit Free
Pres. If he doesn't look out he will
je telling how he saw a turtle strangle
Smusk ox with its left paw. previous
.o swallowing its victim whole.
A ikh R der's Raii
Thev wrst niight. rid s .e re d .1n:el.
.1d to rob vou of res'. Noit so with Dr.
U.L' Newv Life 'ilIs. They riever dis
r,sr e-vmcet:Cx, but tlavys
asib e-sre-a, e'u? in:r (C.!- s. Head
Constipation , M::lariat, 250., at all
An Unirefined Languagje,
crant is gaining ground. It has
-! uerseded \'olapuk. and has
victories yet to win. It may do
x ce in the busine ss world, and it
* rve 'as a medziai:n of commu''ni
,T ween nmembehrs of different
* Vs who av. ni othiert common
- :.Ut. remarks the Christian
* t.r tat it vill ever' become a
:'''*r lang" age seem:s to us more
: *.: Iu. W~e do not believe that
i.i : est urId ro s.t'arraism that
c:'.: uleal fromo it as; a medium
:or ' t: risin of the higher for i
afEth.In Esperanto "bulbo"
-..;a buldb. but it may mean au
saion. Such a language does niot pre
-.--'e the nice distinctions which
r;ark the work of a refined thinker
and e:-pert writer.
!!snlth officiais of New Yoric city
'mee bc-en making a tour of inv.estiga'
'ion in terr'itory from which large
:.nnt:5: of milk are sutpplied to the
me:6.:. and report that they find
sanita: y cond(itions5 all that could be
edi. This is complimentary to the
fa;rmers who furnish the milk, and
sa.:ss that less credit may have
b. n- given them for care and consci
enttiousness than they we-re entitled to.
Tihe aye: age farmer tundoubtedly Is
honest and desirous of dealing justly
with his patrons. As has been
abundantly decmonstr'ated of late, de
clares . Trey (N. Y.) Times, he has
nam . d Icutis to contend with, and
l1 er'. neC('s encouragement. That
e :: s awell in the face of the
a b: r.s h has to confront is p)roof
or .: iogity and sound judgment.
s hebl, buik
,d from overork, need a
Iess or h ele)10Siss will
0 'hou1 d takc Wine of
CAv Co the ai Clents and
OUands of women have
I k I y of the great
9 rVs ~'ie
la., tri3d C-rdni and aftorward
..'i0d ro 'had
: ,Lis o of 4>mtth.
:mi in-.i : -]n my trying
ici and 1o'.." I ax alMcSL well."
I1 is the o'in of Dr'. I - that
-hdren are entitled to fairy tales.
Th,y are one of the pleasures of youth
which stern old peol:le trying to raise
them by rules shoud not take frc
them. The old people shou!dn't be so
particular anyway. They like fairy
tales themselves. The young woman
who, tiring of her job of scrubbing the
back stairs, turns shoplifter and then
tells a tale of a raillionaire papa, 'will
keel) the grown-ups open-mouthed and
calling for more, until some one tEIe
graphs the sad news to pa and fin 'I
that he doesn't exist or that if he doe
he is paying teller in a livery stable
and has lost interest in his charming
daughter since she ran away with the
actor man. Can you blame tl'
children for crying for marve
waxes fat on them, taking tr
ia apd sa. - "What a pity t
co lair and well . shouh
9ue to this:"
( B. B.) Cures Through the Blood
A ONE PAINS, CAN-.
. ER,SCALY SKIN,'
i i'' rho.l andi thevn 1.':,ifie< it-#r"
in: a il 'od of pur'e, rwh, IIoo.I d1irect '0o
'he sini suirface. h''r s joints, aid
wi'ret. r the dieise is Ier ate'd. I 11 i4
wa l oe. u!cers pim lh s. e-rr pti< ne
whdand cuzd. p in:s and ra I-es
Sf Rhe~umatu i<mn te:.se. s wellirngs subside.
B. B. B. comnit.tly chi..ng'. the Ircdy
401( 1 c:fh-a healthy c'i d tinr, oising
ihe shin ft- i:ch. red i n 4 o perfect
d'.B H. B. cure-s thi nio7 stJd
6TAC BLCOiD BV.M-BBB
C:s t-:n u E ;;1 TTaI LL: ithi direc.
t o . for home (cure.
So'd at All Drug Stores.
P. P. P.
P. P. P. will purify and vitalize your .4
blood, create a good appetito and give y our
whole system tone and strength.
A prominent railroad superintendent at
Savannah, suffering with Malarit, Dyspep.
sia, and Rheumratism says: "A fter taking
P. P~. P. he never felt so well in his life, and
feels as If ho could live forever, if he could
always get P. P. p."
If you are tired Out from over-work and
close cc afinement, take
. od4 i- o asne tnn p
If you are feelin-: badly in the spring
and out of aorta, tuaI
If you suffer with headache, indigestion,
debility and weakness, take
If you soflt-r with nervous prostratioin,
nerves ursrug and a genierai 1et down
of the "system, take
For TV-nd r son.Rheum,atism, 5(crof
ula, Od Sre's. Maliaria, Chroni eL &l8
Compi. ims, take
Prickly Ash, Poke Root
The be... bLood purmer in the world.
1' V. LIIT31-1N.
Sn:r. - . Gear ri.
I -''. 'i :' t r ailed.
ps.:miin all blood
chrni uh-ers, tetter, scal-!
CIAthat P. 1'. P. is the best bloodi
d whosei 1~ o -is in an iunpure lonl
reniiarlu- >enefitted'b13 the w0n
erties of P. . P., Prickl Ash, Poke