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A Hot Time.
"That fellow cooked his reports."
"I suppose that is how he happened
.to get into a stew."
For COLDS and GRIP
I Hicks* CAPUonre is the best remedy-re
lieves the aching and feverishness-cures the
Cold and restores normal conditions. It's
liquid-effect? immedlatly. 10c., 25c., and 50c
At drug stores.
i It's up to a man to choose between
two evils when he is asked to beat
the carpet or take care of the baby
while his wife does it.
. -Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets first pat up
40 years ago. They regulate and invigor
ate, stomach, liver and bowels. Sugar
coated tiny granules.
"Kin by Marriage."
A caller was talking to a small Har
lem girl who is'extravagantly fond of
her mother. She likes her father
well enough, but he is far from be
. lng first in her affections. The call
er, knowing the situation, asked the
child why she didn't love her father
as she did her mother.
"Oh, you see," she explained, loftily,
"he is only kin to us by marriage."
1 Richard, aged five, was being icter
riewed in regard to his school work.
"And where do you go to Sunday
school?" was next asked.
"To the Episcopal," he replied.
! "What have you learned there?"
"'Honor thy father and thy moth
er,'"he. said. "And, do you know, I
went down to the Methodist church
-the other day and they were teaching
the same thing there!"-Lippincott's
A notoriously close-fisted man was
taking his golfing holiday tn Scotland,
where te hoped to improve his game,
and, by driving a hard bargain, had
manage! to secure the exclusive serv
ices of a first-class caddie, who was
known to be a very good player.
"Mind, now," said the ambitious
southerner, "I expect to receive some
really good tips from you during my
stay here, you understand?" "Aye,"
replied the Scotsman, hitching up the
heavy bag. "an' Ah'm expectin' the
like frae ye. ye ken."-Golf Illustrated.
, . Lovemaking and Practice.
The only way to become an expert
at lovemaking is to practice. This
was the information handed out to a
handful of hearers by the Hindu phil
osopher, Sakharam Ganesh Pandit, in
a lecture on "The Science of Love."
"Love is a divine discontent," said
the philosopher, "and if.you want to
arouse love in others it can be done
only by giving them love. How to
develop the emotion of love in-another
is the great question of today-the art
of making love. It needs a great deal
of study and a great deal of prac
Why the Boy Gave Thanks.
: Alan had played the entire day with
little brother without an impatient
word. After saying his customary
prayer that night, his mother suggest
ed that he add: "I thank God I was
not impatient with little brother to
day." This he did with much fer
vency; after which he remarked that
there, were some other things he
would like to thank God for, and forth
with he closed his eyes and said:
"I thank God I offered my candy to
mother before taking any myself.
"I thank God I offered my candy
to little brother before taking any my
"And I thank God there was some
THE FIRST TASTE
Learned to Drink Coffee When a Baby.
, If parents realized the fact that cof
fee contains a drug-caffeine-which ls
especially harmful to children, they
would doubtless hesitate before giving
the babies coffee to drink.
"When I was a child in my moth
er's arms and first began to nibble
things at the table, mother used to
'give me sips of coffee. As my parents
,used coffee exclusively at meals I
.never lcnew there was anything to
drink but coffee and water.
"And so I contracted the coffee
'habit early. I remember when quite
young the continual use of coffee so
^affected my parents that they tried
jroasting wheat and barley, then
?ground it in the coffee-mill, as a sub
stitute for coffee.
? "But it did not Taste right and they
?went back to coffee again. Thai was
dong, before Postum was ever heard
of.- I continued to use coffee until I
.was 27, and when I got into office
work, I began to have nervous spells.
Especially after breakfast I was so
nervous I could scarcely attend to my
? ''At night, after having coffee for
supper, I could hardly sleep, and on
rising in the morning would feel weak
? "A friend persuaded me to try
Postum. My wife and I did not. like
lt at first, but later when boiled good
|and strong it was fine. Now we would
not give up Postum for the best coffee
we ever tasted. ;
? "I can now get good sleep, am -free
from nervousness and headaches. I
ecommend Postum to all coffee drink
"The Road to Wellville," in
he above letter? A nerr
om time to .time. They
ne. and full of haman
MIGHTIEST GATES MADE.
Steel Portals That Will Lock Pana
ma Canal-Hundreds of Men
Shape Tons of Steel.
Pittsbug.-Enormous; gates are
being made in Pittsburg for the
Panama Canal. They will be the
largest in the world. Any one of
the 92 of them, for there are to
be 46 pairs in all, will bev about as
high as a 6-story building, as wide
(65 feet) as many city building are,
and 7 feet deep, or thick. The
structural steel that will go to
make them will weigh 60,000 tons,
or more than 8 times as much as
was used to build the Eiffle Tower
The mighty portals, designed to
admit a world's commerce from
one ocean to another, will cost $5,
500,000. The builders are the Mc
Clintic Marshall Steel Construction
Company, a half of whose indepen
dent plant here has been given
over entirely to the gate contract.
Of the 60,000 lons of steel required
the heaviest single pieces will weigh
about 18 tons.
The thousands of individual
pieces, numbered and fitted to go
together as children's blocks, will
be shipped by steamer via Balti
more and with the will go over 400
skilled structural steel builders
from Pittsburg to set them up.
The advance guard of experts leaves
here in December and the first
work will probably begin early in
1911. It will take three years to
oomplete the job.
AUTOS }N POSTAL SERVICE.
Plan to Serve Several Rural Routes
With One Car.
Washington-Expedition of the
mails by-the extensien of the use of
automobiles in the postal service is
being arranged by the Postoffice
Department. Heavy automobile
express wagons are being substi
tuted for the old type of horse
drawn wagons used in transport
ing the mails between the railway
stations and postofflces and- their
various branches. The Postmaster
General has signed contracts for
four additional automobiles to be
used in the mail collection service
at Cleveland and for three at In
The motorcycle is being exten
sively used in the collection of mails
in suburban towns. One plan for
thc rural delivery service is the
substitution of light automobiles
for horse carts to cover several
JAIL FOR RICH AUTOMOBILIST.
Ran Down and Injured Couple Out
Driving in Carriage.
Norristown, Pa.-W. Gordon
Dyer, one of the wealthiest men of
this place, who was convicted of
agggravated assault and battery be
cause an automobile he was driv
ing ran down and injured a man and
wife riding in a carriage, was sen
tenced to nine months' imprison
ment in the county prison and to
pay a fine of $250.
Dyer, while driving- his automo
bile on September 10, ran down thc
carriage driven by Walter' Smith,
noar here. Smith and his wife were
badly injured and their horse was
Dyer's father was a railroad con
tractor and quarryman, and left an
estate worth more than $1,000,000.
"Bearded Lady" a Bride
South Bend, Ind.-Grace Gilbert,
who has been the "bearded lady"
attraction of several road shows,
was married here lo Giles E. Cal
vin, a farmer ci Kalkaska. Mich.
The bride has a beard 18 inches
long, while the groom boats noth
ing but a mustache.
Infantile Paralysis Puzzle.
Providence, R.. I.-Since June i
285 cases of infantile paralysis
have been reported to the State
Board of Health. Of this number
23 have resulted in death. Nine
other suspected cases are being
Every effort lo de'-rmine the
cause, treatment, and cure of the
malady have proved practically fu
tile. Not only have children been
afflicted, but many adults have been
victims and several have died.
Few Farmers Die of It,
Washington-Tuberculosis . alone
is responsible for more than 50 per
cent, of the deaths among printers,
lithographers and pressmen, ac
cording to an announcement of the
Farmers and agricultural gener
ally suffer less from the disease
than any other class of workers.
Janitors, sextons, clc^rymen, clerks,
barbers and bartenders are others
who suffer greatly from the rav
ages of the disease.
Conditional Pardon for Morse.
Washington,-Friends of Charles
W. Morse believe they have found
a way for President Taft lo let the
convicted New York banker out o?
the Atlanta penitentiary without
actually pardoning him. in effect
it wou'd be to parole Morse bul
that end would be accomplished by
issuing a "conditional pardon".
The banker's friends point out thal
President Cleveland pardoned a
federal prisoner conditionally with
the provision that he report to the
U. S. attorner~for the five years.
A Chain of Rural Schools.
Washington. -Looking beyound
the political phase of the elections
November 8, the ' department o?
agriculture officials aro awaiting the
outcome of the vote that a Ken
tucky county will cas? on a propos
ed $500,000 bond issued for a
modern lystem of rural Schools.
Jefferson county, one of the weal
thiest in the Bluegrass region,fol
Jowing a movement of its citizens
purposes to supplant tho small
district schools in its jurisdiction
with a chain of rural schools.
VITAL PALMETTO EVENTS
Condensed News Items of General
Interest Gathered Within the
State Boundary Lines.
Free Bulletins for School Teachers
on Corn Production.
The United States department of
igricultu-9 has recently issued two
bulletins of universal interest to
rural teachers. They have been
prepared by Dick J. Crosby and F.
VV. Howe, specialists in agricultu
ral education, and are entitled
'School Lessons on Corn" and
"School Exercises in Plant Pro
duction." These bulletins are
based on the sensible assumption
that the child is primarily inter
ested in the practical and experi
mental side of any science, and that
my general interest in agriculture
will be the result of some special
igricultural experiment in which
tie may be engaged.
Thee thousand boys in South
Carolina this year raised an acre of
sorn.. Many of them will receive
the diploma awarded by the State
board of education for producing
>venty-ftve bushels per acre. We
3onfldently expect five thousand
toys to lake part in the corn con
test next year. The air is full of
3orn talk. The teacher of South
Carolina should have a part in ex
tending this movement and should
use this acute special interest as a,
means of teaching general agricul
Through the kindness of the de
partment of agriculture and the
courtesy of Senator Tillman, Mr.
W. K. Tate, State supervisor of ele
mentary rural schools," has 5,000
copies of these buletins for distri
bution. A supply has been sent by
him to each county superintendent
of education. Any teacher may
have copies of these bulletins by
writing to Mr. Tate in Columbia.
Thc Capers Republican Convention.
.The "lily white" Republican
convention called by John G. Ca
pers, national commiteeman from
this State, met with delegates from
all but nine counties and formed a
party organization, the prime Ob
ject of which is to eliminate the
negro from the councils of the
party and build up opposition
which will have some influence in
elections. Thc convention decided
not lo put out a ticket this year,
but to nominate candidates for
Congress in all seven South Caro
lina districts in 1912.
Magistrate Carn "Not Guilty."
Dallas V. Carn, the Berkeley
county magistrate, who was arrest
ed for the murder of James Varner,
a negro man, over whose body he
held an inquest^ following thc mur
der of Varner, was discharged frc .1
custody ',- Magistrate Wilder, of
St. " -ns, before wThom the
prer is j hearing was held
here. Julius Dangerfield, who was
arrested on the same day and on
the same charge, has been bound
over for trial at the term of the
Court of General Sessions, which
convenes at Moncks Corner on Mon
day, November 7.
Invited to Monument Unveiling.
Gov. Ansel and the members of
his staff have been invited to at
tend the unveiling exercises of the
monument to Gen. James Shields,
veteran of three wars, United
States Senator from three States
and who was presented with a beau
tiful sword by this Slate, for ser
vices rendered in the Mexican war,
at Carrolllon, Mo., on November 12.
Comptroller General Jones will
shortly send out a' letter to the
county auditors of the State, call
ing upon them for -the income tax
returns. The amount received by
the State last year for income
taxes was approximately $20,000.
The comptroller general is of the
opinion that the amount should
have been at least $50,000.
The second annual county fair of
the Colleton County Fair Associa
tion will be-held November 8-11.
Hugo Richards Garden, organizer
and captain of the famous Confed
erate Palmetto Battery, died at
Southport, New York. Death was
caused by apoplexy. Mr. Garden
was 70 years old and was born at
Columbia. He was a lawyer in New
York for 25 years.
The Farmers' Loan and Trust
Company, of Lee county, offered a
prize of $10 for the cheapest corn
production, which was won by Har
ry C. Brearly, his cost per bushel
being 30 cents. He also produced
71 1-4 bushels on his acre.
Elaborate ceremonies attended
the presentation to the battleship
South Carolina of the naval trophy
won by that ship in attaining high
est percentages in the spring and
summer target and manoeuvre
practices of the Atlantic fleet oil
the Virginia and Massachusetts
The average yield of corn per
acre in South Carolina has increas
ed from seven bushels in 1900 to
16.7 bushels in 1909, as against 37
bushels in 1900 and 35.9 bushels in
1909 in the State of Illinois.
Two miles north of Pickens, State
Constable C. L. Curcton captured M.
M. Cook with eighteen gallons of
liquor. His mule and buggy were
confiscated. Mr. Cook staled that he
bought the whiskey in the moun
tains of North Carolina. He is in
jail waiting for Court of General
One bf thc most substantial re
ports on corn production that has
been made to the United States
farm demonstration is by L. C.
Chappcllo, of Richland county. He
produced 881 bushels of corn on
nine acres of land.
E 3 .bv WILBUR D.NLPBIT
(With the obviouBly necessary apology.)
See the ladies with the hair
That they wear
How they pat the willful locks with an
unconscious air! .
How lt ripples whlrly-swirly
From beneath the bonnet-brim,
Dignified or girly-glrly,
Straight, and mooth, or crinkly-curly
In accord with fashion's whim.
See it glint, glint, glint
In the proper Titian tint
Or the other shades and colors that the
rule is they must wear
In their hair, hair, hair, hair,
Hair, hair, hair
O, the volume and the quantity of hair!
See the windows full of hair
Half a carload on display and not a lock
And the brunetto and the blond,
Tawny locks by chemists tawned,
And the daffy-taffy puffs
As do auburns and do buffs
With the solemn satisfaction that their
O, the women and the girls
Wearing curious chunks and bunches,
hunks and strands and curls!
How they smile
'Neath the pile
Of tho switches ?ne and fair
What and Whose and Whenco and
O, the tender, slender, splendor
Of tho hair, hair, hair, hair.
Hair, hair, hair
O, the gleaming and the seeming of u..
Ah, and when their heads are bare
Of the hair!
When it covers all tho table and Is scat
Telling tales of tonics tested till they
gave up in "despair!
. How lt clutters, clutters, clutters
Every Inch there is of space
How it flutters, flutters, flutters
From the hooka and every place
Here a switch and there a switch
. Till they don't know which ls
And the bed, the door, the bureau, and
.tho window sill and chair
Bear the hair, hair, hair, hair,
Hair, hair, hair
Bear the airy, fairy plentitude of hair!
A True Story.
"The Bat ls very becoming to you,"
declared the salesman.
"I'm not sure. I can't make up my
mind," says the customer, studying
"Oh, but it is. It suits your face
exactly. You have a face, if you will
pardon me for saying so, that calls for
hats of a style few people can wear.
Now, put that hat on anybody else
and they wouldn't wear lt with the
distinction that you will."
"But isn't it too wide?"
"No, Indeed. With a straight, finely
chiseled nose like yours, and with
your eyes, you can wear a wide hat.
That's the very hat for you."
"But it isn't like the other hats."
"That's just it. If any one of a
hundred others could wear this hat as
you can they would be delighted. It
Isn't everybody whose face is of the
exact type for this hat. You'll take
it? Thank you."
No, gentle reader. This is not an
other lowdown fling at women and
their senseless subservience to fash
ion. This is a verbatim report of the
sale of a new hat to a man.
The Coming Hit.
"This is great!" says the delighted
manager to the happy author. "This
is by all odds the finest libretto I
have ever seen for a comic opera.
You are the worthy successor to Gil
bert and Sullivan. Where did you get
the idea for this?"
"It was easy," modestly answers the
author, pocketing the check for ad
vance royalties. "I simply took the
reports of a Paris murder trial and
worked in a few topical songs here
As Far as She Was Concerned.
"Pardon me,-may I have this chair?"
"I presume so. But perhaps you
would better ask the proprietor before
you take lt away with you."
"What do you mean by 'the average
man?'" we ask of the student of hu
"I mean," he explains, "the result
that would be reached if we could sub
stract 'as bad as others think you'
from 'as good as you think yourself to
"Ah," mused the vain young wom
an, hastening through the heavy snow
storm, "there are those hateful Jones
girls. They are always commenting
because I wear last season's dresses
and cloaks. Now they'll be eaten up
with envy because they'll think I have
a new polka dot outfit."
"And aren't you sorry, now that
your quarrel with Brown is all over?"
"Sorry? Indeed, yes. Since I stopped
speaking to him I have thought of a
dozen cutting things I might have said
A TIMELY WARNING.
Backache, headaches, dizzy spells
and distressing urinary troubles warn
you of dropsy, diabetes, and fatal
Bright's disease. Act In time by cu
ring the kidneys with
Doan's Kidney Pills.
They have cured
thousands and will
Mrs. Sarah S. Mau
Tenn., says: "Doctors
said I had Bright's
disease and held out
little hope of recov
ery. I could scarcely totter about. My
limbs were swollen and my life was
one long, drawn out pain. I began us
ing Doan's Kidney Pills and was as
tonished at the results. In six weeks
I could do a hard day's work without
Remember the name-Doan's.
For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a
box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Si I th .KWH
AWFUL BURNING ITCH CURED
IN A DAY
"In the middle of the night of March
30th I woke up with a burning itch in
my two hands and I felt as if I could
puil them apart. In the morning the
Itching had gone to my chest and dur
ing that day it. spread all over my
body. I was red and raw from the top
of my head to the soles of my feet and
I was in continual agony from the
itching. I could neither lie down nor
sit up. I happened to see about Cuti
cura Remedies, and I thought I would
give them a trial. I took a good bath
with the Cutlcura Soap and used the
Cuticura Ointment. I put it on from
.ny head down to my feet and then
went to bed. On the first of April I
felt like a new man. The itching was
almost gone. I continued with the
Cuticura Soap and Cutlcura Ointment
and during that day the itching com
pletely left me. Frank Gridley, 325
East 43rd Street, New York City, Apr.
27, 1909." Cuticura Remedies are sold
throughout the world; Potter Drug &
Chem. Corp., Sole Props, Boston, Mass.
.That First Invented Sleep."
"Now blessings light on him that
first invented this same sleep! It cov
ers a man all over, thoughts and all,
like a cloak; it is meat for the hungry,
drink for the thirsty, heat for the
cold, and cold for the hot. It is the
current coin that purchases all the
pleasures of the world cheap; and the
balance that sets the king and the
shepherd, the fool and the wise man
even. There is only one thing, which
somebody once put into my head,
that I dislike in sleep-it is that it re
sembles death. There is very little
difference between a man in his first
sleep and a man in his last sleep."
When He Hedged on Faith.
"Dar's nutin' lak faith," said Broth
er Williams. "I once prayed a fat
turkey off a high roost, but the sher
iff took him furn me ez I wuz gwlne
home ter cook him, an' I wuz took ter
"Why didn't you pray your way out
of Jail?" someone asked.
"I would ' 'adone it," was the reply,
"but I didn't want Providence 'ter
know I was in no sich place."
TO DRIVE OUT MALARIA
AND BUILD Ul' THE SYSTEM
Take tho Old Standard GROVE'S TASTELESS
CHILL TONIO. Ton know what you aro taking.
The formula ls plainly printed on every bottle,
showing lt ls simply Quinine and Iron In a taste
less form. The Qulnlno drives out tho malaria
and tne Iron builds up the system. Sold by uU
dealers for SO years. Price 50 cents.
Mrs. Thynn-Don't you think I look
plump in this gown?
Thynn-Yes. Did you have lt made
at an upholsterer's?
A good honest remedy for Rheumatism,
Neuralgia and Sore Throat is Hominis.
Wizard Oil. Nothing will so quickly drive
out all pain and inflammation.
Some folks never feel saintly until
they have a chance to syndicate their
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children
teething, softens the gums, reduces Inflamma
tion, allays pain, cures wind colic, 25c a bottle.
When the pulpit gets into poetic
clouds it misses the man on the
Many people suffer I
ence shortness of br
or dizzy feelings, or
eyes become blurrec
to pump blood to th?
and feet, or poor appi
to the stomach. Ah?
which has no bad aft
Medical Discovery, .
The ingr?dients, as attested under oath,
S/s), Bloodroot (Sacgulanria Caoadcnjls),
Mis), Queen's root (StJMnjrla Sylvatica), u
Mandrake root (Podopbylium Pel tot um), ?
In a scientific laboratory in a way that no
This tonio contains no alcohol to shrink
the other hand, it increases their nu m bc i
It helps the human system ia the consta
helps the stomach to assimilate or take v
thereby helping digestion and curing dy:
fortable symptoms, stops excessive tissu
for the run-down, a mernie, thin-blooded ?
and vitalizing. Stick to this safe and sane
medicines offered by the druggist who is
but Dr. Pierce's 'Jolden Medical Disco
.olor more goods briohter ind fatter colors thin ai
/ou C*n dftjir^j^tnj without ripping, spirt JrVrltc Ic
' 'There is not much pleasure in life," writes Mrs. J.
D. Cook, of Crane, Mo., if one has to be sick all the-time.
So many women suffer from girlhood on, all through life,
who could be spared such suffering, and live in comfort,
if they would only try Cardui, the woman's tonic, as I did.
I was only 16 years old when I first took CarduL Now,
I am 39. Whenever I was poorly or felt real bad, Cardui
always brought me out all right I have faith in it I know
what it has done for me, and I have seen what it has
done for others.'*
C C 58
The Woman's Tonic
Nearly everybody knows what Cardui will do for weak
women. For more than 50 years, it has been in success
ful use in the treatment of women's ills.
Thousands of enthusiastic, truthful, unbiased women
have written to tell of the help this remedy has been to
them. Do you still hesitate to take Cardui for your
troubles? If so, why? Read what others say, and at'|
least give it a trial. It may be just what you need.
^BESS?S? 1 he Rayo Lamp is a high grade lamp, sold at a low price.
^Srjfijp" Thor? am lamps thatcost more, but thnrels no bettor Limp mario at any
prlco. Constructed of solid brass; nickol plated-easily kept clean; an
rum m<\\ ornament to any room In any honso. There ls nothlnir known to the art
of Jarap-maklng that can add to tho val u e. of tho KA TO Lamp as a light
ly i tAOY?B*??jn?v riving device. Every dealer everywhere. If not at vours, write for
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Tink Eye, Epizootic
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It was shortly after midnight, and
:he colonel had caught Rastus red
"Well, Rastus, you old rascal, you,"
laid he, "I've caught you at last. What
ire you doing in my henhouse?"
"Why, Marse Bill," said the old man,
'I-I done heerd such a cacklin' in dis
rare coop, dat I-I thought mebbe de
?le hen done gone lay an aig, an' I-I
vanted ter git it fo' you' breakfas'
vhile it was fresh, suh."-Harper's
And Endler.s Job.
"I'll bet I could keep a falry^ god
"As to how?"
"I'd have her look after my touring
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Whether from Colds, Heat, Stomach or
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t's liquid-pleasant to take-acts iminedl
itely. Try it. 10c., 25c.. and 50 cents at drug
If you would be pungent, be brief;
or it is with words as with sunbeams
-the more they are condensed, the
leeper they burn.-Southey.
[rom weak hearts. They may experi?
ea th on exertion, .pain over the heart,
.pressed breathing after meals or their
1, their heart is not sufficiently strong
i extremities, and they have cold hands
?rite because of weakened blood supply
mit tonic and alterative r,hould be taken
er-effect. Such is Dr. bierce's Golden
rvhich contains no dangerous narcotics
are Stone root (Colllasottla Canadsa
, Golden Seal root (Hydruttls Canaden*
Hack Cherrybark (Prunus Vlrglalaaa).
tvlth ttlple refined glycerine, prepared
druggist could inc?tate.
up the red blood corp iscles ; but, on
r and they become rou id and healthy,
at manufacture of rich, red blood. It
ip the proper elements from the food,
?pepsia, heart-bum anti many uncom
c waste in convalescence from fevers ;
>cople, the " Discovery " is refreshing
remedy, and refuse all u just as good "
looking for a larger profit. Nothing
very will do you half as much good.
Will stop and permanently
cure that terrible itching.
It is compounded for that
purpose and is absolutely
It is a never failing cure
for eczematous affection*
of all kinds, including :
Humid Tetter Herpes
Salt Rheum Prurigo
Heat Eruption Flows
Hind Worm a?<J Scobles (Itt)
This last named disease is not due to
Inflammation like other skin diseases, bat
to the presence of little parasites which
burrow under the skin. The itching they
pro ". ice is so intense it is often with diffi
culty the sufferer can refrain from tearing
the skin with his nails.
HUNT'S CURE is an infallible remedy
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locally. Sold by all first class druggists.
Price, 50 Cents Per Box
And the money will be refunded in every
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