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INHERITED KIDNEY TROUBLE. I
CoJld Feel It Constantly Gaining
Ground as Time Passed.
Mrs. Frank Roseboom, 512 W. Wash.
ington St., Moscow, Idaho, says: "Kid
ney trouble was he
reditary, and my
parents spent hun
dreds of dollars try
ing to cure me. I
was nervous, my Light
eyesight had failed
noticeably, my cir
culation was bad, The
sleep fitful, heart meas
action irregular, and my back so weak parts
and painful I could hardly stand it. In so
There was also an irregularity of the down
kidney secretions and a cold always it ru
made the whole trouble worse. I could ing l
tell many other symptoms, too, but some
shall only add that Doan's Kidney weig]
Pills made me free of all of them." most
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. In
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Mary
Doctor-What are you doing in that affe(
tub? You'll catch your death. er ii
Patientl-But, doctor, didn't you tell a co
irishme to take the pills in water? in .
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Ample Reason. that
During the trial of a man who had at h
made an unsuccessful attempt at suih very
dde, a lawyer had badgered the wit- duct
nesses to an exasperating degree, and grat
evidently intended to pursue the same are
course with a meek appearing little nort
Irlshman who next took the stand. wes
"You say you talked with the ac- It a
"cused an hour after his attempt?" the killstat
"And did he give any reasn for at- nrol t
I oftempting to commit suicide?" r," remaenc
"He did, an' it was a good reason. dithe last
"Well, and what reason did he It i
"Sure, an' he sawilld he wanted to kill oat
himself," Pat answered, and for a moe "ei
ment even his honor could not control
his laughter.-Harper's Weekly.
Alashe How Truel orEye.
"I often wonder," remarked Mr.
Stubb In solemn reflection, "ifstruc the last
man on earth will have the last word." r
"Of course he will, John," laughed win
Mrs. Stubb. ter
"But why are you so sure?" mo
"Because the last woman will give but
It to him."
The Human Eye.
SA marvelously constructed instru
ment, delicate in the extreme, re
sponding to the slightest influence.
. What a crime against nature to drug
the eyo. Everyday eye troubles are
ppeedlly cured by applying externally
Dr. Mitchell's pure, harmless. soothing
., y e Salve. 36 cents. Ask the druggist
-"tlWorn and Worse. a
S "!, I tell you, mamma," cried Freddie,
I: ' don't like that doctor's medicine." ca
"But this is liniment, my dear," wt
, coaxed his mother. it
"Well," replied Freddie, very doubt. wi
tfllyi "isn't that rubbing it in?"-Har. the
S: petr's Weekly. en
41· Impoprtto Mother.
-iia.in carefully every bottle pof
ASTfORIA a safe and sure remedy for ab
l'a,... 'i tIad obchldren, and pee that it
:, jU: .. e ar OverIe I
... .. e Kind You Have Always Bought, br
. Modern Improvements Wanted. fa
. Charon was indignant. is
'.. *' t .spirit watts the ferry d
e:quiI: ppied with the wireless system," c
"he snorted._ _ s_
FoPer Headhe Try HlIcks' Capudine.
Wbether' from Colds, Heat, Stomach or ta
Xervous troubles, the aches are speedily w
elieved Caine. It's Liuidpleas
.ai to taSk t cts immediatly. 10, s
4M..el at Drual Stores. s
It 's not dificult to judge some men a
. their Iothes-1,oiemen and letter
tr.: rs, for esample. t
S2i,:.;lli:P mea havei' sepae enought to
OATS VARY IN WEIGHT. paint4
Lighter They Are the Less Their Ntu often
tritive Value. of the
The difference in the weight per nity 1
t measured bushel of oats in various comp
c parts of this continent is very marked. entioi
In some instances the weight runs the it
down to 24 pounds. In other instances worki
a it runs up to 50 pounds. The feed when
ing value, therefore, will be affected lo n
t somewhat proportionately. The legal many
y weight of a bushel of oats in Th
most of the states is 32 pounds. most
., In Canada it is 34 pounds. In :n u
Maryland it is only 26 pounds, and vesti
in some of the eastern states it is 30 not.
The weight of oats is affected by "I'1
variety, by the weather and by the cli mess
mate, says Prof. Shaw, in Orange Judd wife
Farmer. As a rule, the larger and at tb
plumper the grains, the more heavily mom
will the oats weigh. When the weath If
er is such as to produce an excessive days
amount of growth of straw, the weight dry
of the grain suffers accordingly. When negle
it produces an insufficient amount of tract
straw, the quality of the grain is again stan
at affected, adversely. When the weath- W
er induces rust in the straw, there is good
1a corresponding shrinkage in the grain nagi
in size and in weight. capr
The greatest influence, however, 1i cour
that of weather. Cool temperatures resu
id at harvest time, which ripen the grait p4
very slowly, are favorable to the pro mon
1t duction of heavy kernels and plump pay
id grain. This explains why it is that oats bool
eare usually heavier in the Canadian stru
le northwest and in the American north tera
west, also, than in states farther south. offe
L- It also explains why in the southern Owl
he states oats, as a rule, weigh lightly. drei
The difference in the feeding value Bid;
of oats is very considerable. It would do 1
at not be correct to say that the differ the
ence is exactly proportionate to the pur
difference in the weight of the grain. tral
he It is correct to say, however, that the you
difference is very marked when the dur
ll oats are dealt out to animals by
BARBED WIRE REEL.
Convenient Device for the Handling ol
dIr. Old Fencing.
d." Here is a device on which we can
ied wind barbed wire which is much bet.
ter tharf an old barrel. The reel is
mounted on a truck made of old
ive buggy wheels with short shafts. Tb
rugit from unwinding too rapidly. Foter
bt. p wire, say Farm and Home
lar, the machine is best pushed just fast
enough to keep up with the wire as at
it is being wound on the reel. A crank to
Splaced upon the reel proves service
o. able in winding up.
FARIM NOTES. 54
SFat fowls are on'y fit for cooking. di
They are poor layers and uncertain
You will find some men who find s5
Sfault with the way the Panama canal a
is dug, while their own farms are un
rr drained or ditched. It is easier to
m," criticise a large thing than to do a
small one.-Rural New Yorker. b
dine, Horses watered before feeding re
ah or tlan their weight better than when
edty watered after feeding grain.
io Highest monthly egg production, in
some tests at the West Virginia ex.
periment station, was noted in March,
men averaging 16 2.3 eggs per hen,
tter When the farmer considers that a
ton of well cued alfalfa hay is worth
Sabout as much as a ton of wheat
'" bran, he ought to see that it is profit
able to protect it from the rain and I
Ito the dew'. He would scarcely hesitate
to provide suitable covering if he had
several tons of bran in the field ex.
posed to the elements. Hay caps will I
soon pay for themselves by the finer
quality of the hay they assure, aside i
from the larger quantity of the best
grade that their protection guarantees.
-F. D. Coburn.
Why Failure Comes.
SMost failures come from planting
varieties that are not adapted to the
particular soil, location and climatic
conditions. High-priced novelties are
worked upon intending purchasers by
the smooth-tongued nursery agent.
They look good on paper and the talk
the agent gives of some varieties
makes them appear truly something
wonderful. Better results can be ob
tained by sending direct to a reliable
nursery. As a rule, plants can be
bought cheaper and they will be bet
ter adapted to your soil and condi
To Keep Calves Quiet.
The old time English farmers had a
custom of keeping veal calves quiet
bwhen milk was scarce. In such a
slee, balls were made from wheat
lour Wtith suffidcient gin to form it into
Slipaste. The balls were about the size
If walnut and were given to the
aves a quarter of an hour after each
.e . listead of bawling and fretting,
the calf would lie quiet and sleep
moet df the time. This plan might be
followed with a nervous restless calf
Exercise for Pigsr
Ekercise for ,the pigs is very im
ortant To confine them in a snall
Sduring the winter is to fall in l.
Biost every instance. Their nest may
be small. In fact it should be sisall
enogh so that it will be kept warm
~y th heat of their bodies, but they
asuu have opportunity to run about.
's.e g oevelopp the mascles, keeps.
'i ee.~tite , ~n4·adgoes as tat ad
~~l ~ :Ig IL :,onin b~st
P. -' -~
WHAT WIFE AYS "GOESn'
But It Sometimes Is Bad for the
When a property-owner knows noth.
Ing about paint it is bad for the
property-owner, and bad for the paint
er. It would not be so if the property.
owner would always hire a skilled
painter, and then really leave every
thing to him. But the house-owner so
often fools himself on one or the other
of these things.
The skilled painter in every commu.
nity has some of the most incompetent
competitors that ever vexed a consci- "Wr
entious workman or contractor, and "Sai
the incompetents get jobs generally by "Go<
working' cheap. In the next place, the de
when the skilled painter is hired, they
I to not leave everything to him, as so
many property-owners boast they do.
1 They interfere most ignorantly and The
I. most fatally. They insist sometimes Whi
D )n using paint materials without in- gl
I vestigating whether they are good or
0 not. Or perhaps they insist on the The
painter's hurrying the work. ierftl
Y "I'm not going to have that painter's laily 1
i mess around niy house a month," the really
d wife says, and what wife says goes- ple d
d at the cost of a lot of wasted painting may i
Y money. large 1
7 If the painter stays away a few tory c
e days to allow the paint to thoroughly 4lt 1
t dry the owner says: "That painter's Pearl
n neglecting this work-guess he's side
I tracking me for Jones' work. I won't
n stand it." Th
I What chance does a painterhave todo mixe
iE good work for a man who is continually illust
In nagging at him and otherwise handi- the 1
capping him (without meaning it, of lime
it course) ? A poor job is the inevitable apart
13 result of such interference. In
1 Poor painting costs the houseowner taini
' money-don't forget that. It might appe
IV pay you to get the practical paint "V
ts book, painting specifications and in- woul
iu strument for detecting paint adul- thins
.h terants, which National Lead Co. are her
h. offering under the title of House Ti
ru Owner's Painting Outfit No. 49. Ad. cros,
dress National Lead Co., 1902 Trinity ion.
U4 Bldg., New York City. This company
lid do not make paint (they leave that to
;r the painter to do) but they make gent
he pure white lead ("Dutch Boy Painter"
in. trademark kind), and they can tell abplea
he you how to save money by securing hab
he durable painting. miri
yet :,..' ,
He-See, Samantha, that shows how H
terribly thin some folks are. dar
Once there was an old woman who 'n
lived in a shoe. She had so many
nk children that, at first she didn't know
what to do. th
an A friend of the family who hapl thi
eop pened to come along just'then, how
For ever, made the following suggnstions:
me, To put one of them in a factory. of
ast To have a couple more operated ou ol
at and otherwise fussed over by the doo
ank tors. I
ice To put a couple of them in a coa. '
To send one to a models publi als
To bring up another on a pure fooc
tain Which no sooner having been car hi
ried into effect than the old womar
find settled down to a life of eas' and lone
nal someness.-New York Herald.
t Wanted Longer 8erpinons.
o . It was. a proud boast one clergyman
Smade to two or three others who were r
having a quiet chat in his study the
S other night-namely, that he had so
hen tually on one occasion been asked to t
make his service', both prayers and i
sermon, a bit longer.
ex His brethren regarded him with su
rchperstitious awe, and one asked, feebly:
"Where on earth was that?"
ot "Well, boys," was the frank confes
hea sion, "it was with a goal.where I acted D
eoft- as chaplain for a short time. Th<
and poor beggars dreaded to leave the
tate church for their cells." Ii
had The Trouble. I1
Sex- A maidservant In the employ of a
will Brooklyn woman was left the other
fner day in charge of the children while
iside her mistress went for a long drive.
best "Well, Mary," asked the lady, on her
tees. return, "how did the children behave
during my absence? Nicely, I hope." p
"Nicely, ma'am," Mary answered, t
'"but at the end they fought terribly
Stin together." fe
"Fieght! Mercy me! why di' they h
are "To decide," said Mary, "which wate
s by behaving the best."-Harper's Weekly.
talk DIDN'T REALIZE
etles How Injurious Coffee Really Was.
e ob- Many persons go on drinking coffee '
lable year after year without realizing that
Sbe it is the cause of many obscure but
bet- persistent ailments.
ondil The drug-oaffeine--in coffee *nd t
tea, is very like urio acid and is often (
the cause of rheumatic attacks which,
had a when coffee is used habitually, becdme
ch a A Washington lady said, recently: I
heat "I am sixty-five and have had a good
t into deal of experience with coffee. I con
a sze sider it very injurious and the cause
teof many diseases. I am sure it causes
each decar of teeth in children. I
tting, "When I drank cdffete I had pick
sleep spells and still did not realize that
oht be cotee could be so harmful, till about
Sa year ago I had rheumatism in my
arms and fingers, got so nervous I
could not sleep, and was all run down.
"At last, after finding thqt medicines
y im.- did me no good, I decided to quit cot
s ulallfee enitirely and try Postuem. After
in .t using it six months I fully recovered
It may my health beyondl all expectations, can
small sleelp sound and imy rheumatfsm is all
warm gone," '"There's a :isea on.". .
Sthey Name giveW i iPoetum ~Co., Battle
about. reeek, MjWi~b ead the famus littI
faEr jj. £ i 14 rs~iw r 1.ttif A ue
A STRONG NAME.
"Good! Just pop off with this box to
A CURE FOR FITS.
The Treatment is to Accomplish
What Science Has Been Strug
gling to Attain for Centuries.
The intense interest that has been mani
"ested throughout the country by the won
terful cures that are being accomplished
iaily by epilepticide still continues. It is
really surprising the vast number of peo
le who have already been cured of fits
tnd nervousness. In order that everybody
may have a chance to test tile met iqe,
large trial bottles, valuable literature. His
tory of Epilepsy and testimonials, will be
sent by mail absolutely free to all who
write to the Dr. May Laboratory, 548
Pearl Street, New York City.
That fruitful source of mirth, the
1mixed metaphor, is ever with us. It
r illustrates on almost every appearance
the truth of the saying that the sub
I lime and the ridiculous are but a step
In a book on the laboring man, con
rtaining some excellent ideas, there
tappeared the following sentence:
t "What manner of woman is she who
-would turn her eyes toward other
- things, which would become ashes on
e her very lips?"
e The flippant answer is, of course, "A
I cross-eyed woman.-Youth's Compan
y What He Lacked.
eIt is related of a South American
Sgeneral, who was extremely well
pleased with himself, that once, when
about to sally forth to a grand dance,
8he surveyed himself contentedly in theAi
mirror, and then soliloquized thus:
"Ah! Thou hast all-bravery,
wealth, position, good looks. Ah, what
dost thou lacko?"
Whereupon his orderly, who, un
known to the general, was close at
"Sense, general, sense?"
rnAT Or OHIo CITY or TOLtDO, t
LUCAR COUNTY. ('
FRAhE J. CHEnEY makes oath that he is senior
ner of the firm of F. J. CUENEY & CO.. doing
buses in the City of Toledo. County and State
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every
ease or ChrARnH that cannot be cured by the use ot
HALL'S CATARRH CURE.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence,
this 6th day of December, A. D., 1886.
-'ýA. W. GLEABON,
S EAAt NOTARY PUBLIC.
SHall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally and acts
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Send for test monialsl free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists. 75c.
t Mrs. Hoyle--My husband declares
Sthat they shorten life
Mrs. Doyle--Is that so?
: Mrs. Hoyle--Yes; he says he knew
of a man who lived to be 100 years
o, old who pever wore them.
For Colds and Gripp-Capudine.
o The best remedy for Grlpp and Colds is
Hicks' Capudine. Relieves the aching and
feverishness. Cures the cold--Headaches
,lit also. It's Liquid--Effects immediately-10,
25 and t0c at Drug Stores.
Like Producing Like.
"How did that manager come out on
his beauty show?"
ko "I think he made a handsome profit."
A Deomestd: Ee Remedy
Compounded by Experienced Physicians.
Conforms to Pure Food and Drugs Laws.
S Wins Friends Wherever Used. Ask Dru
irsts for Murine Eye Remedy. Try Mu
i L r Cne in Your Ey. You Will Like Murine
s By the time ar girl gets old enough
t to believe that men don't mean the
d nice things they say, she is so old
they don't say them any more.
O Depei's After Dinner Pills cures all
liver ills. 5 days' treatment for 10 cents.
e Mailed to any address. H.E. Walker
ted Drug Co., Corinth, Miss.
h Gettleness of speech has made the
most willful to be as the heart of a
little child and filled many a troubled
life with peace.-Robertson.
her Pettit's Eye Salve" 100 Years Old,
bile relieves tired eyes, quickly cures eye aches,
inflamed, sore, watery or ulcerated eyes.
!· 1 druggists or Howard Bros.Buffalo,N.Y.
ae It'sr the easiest thing in the world to
pe" point out the proper course for othere
red, to pursue.
Retired actress will send her own tested
h formulas for complexion cream and grey
ey hair preventative on receipt of ten cents.
E. Lee, P. O. Station, N., New York,
Aly. Some people would have to wort
overtime if they practiced half what
Rheumatism, ,Neuralgia and Sore
stee Throat will not live under the same roof
that with Hamlins Wizard Oil, the best of all
remedies for the relief of all pain,
Some actors who claim to be wedded
and to their art have good grounds for a
S You will respond very quickly to the
Garfield Tea treatment, for this Natural
laxative corrects constipation, purifies the
tly: blood, and beneits the entire system.
"o A dimple in a woman's chin makes
ar a dent in a man's heart
- ONLY ONE "BBOI O q1D[NINE."
Thst to LAXATIV8 BROMO INH. Look for
aI thie nkthe of a W. haOndUso the world
C to n rm e t Polr iF O ne D r. u a
abo ThW ins gained aere gone, but great
Smythings done eeadte.--Bishop.
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a BteMr tia7gtibrl . getis ol oug
eIntto belieMvUetat miendon't mean botuhe
They don't say take an autom
ivere mobile ay ome.a
S.e II pp. poo Iim
5 rr "A ORSOLE" HAIR RESTORER.A PRIOS, FI#Ws rOtWl1
As a gentle, non-intoxicating, tonic medicine,
every tired woman should take a spoonful of Cardui,
three times a day.
Cardui will help you to get back your strength, e
by increasing your appetite, toning up your nerves,
regulating the proper working of your womanly
organs, and building up the natural, resisting power
of your tissues, against fatigue and disease.
Take Cardui then, ladies, for it will surely help CAl
you, as it has helped a million others, in the past 50
1 OH 155
The Woman's Tonic itol
Mrs. Fannie Ellis, of Foster, Ark., writes: "I Td
was sick for seven (7) years, with female trouble.
Every month, I would very nearly die, TI
with my head and back. Half the reli
time, I could not stand on iny feet, CI
without great pain. I took 12 bottles 8,
of Cardui and was cured, fat, healthy
1 and stout. Cardui is a God-send to 6i
suffering women." Try it. Sold
Much of the chronic lameness in horses is due to neglect.
See that your horse is not allowed to go lame. Keep Sloan's
o. Liniment on hand and apply at the first signs of stiffness.
It's wonderfully penetrating-goes right to the spot-relieves
the soreness - limbers up the joints and makes the muscles
elastic and pliant.
will kill a spavin, curb or splint, reduce wind puffs and swo!
len joints, and is a sure and speedy remedyfor fistula, sweeney,
founder and thrush. Price, 5oc. and $i.oo
Dr. Earl S. Sloan, - - Boston, Mass.
S loan's book on hre, ettle, sheep and poelty ret ren.
in ayour Cotton Fertilisera means
. vigorousd well-wooded alsnts with
thrify .quarsm n l wnll Iebolls. It
mts your cotton crop in acondition better
to resist the attcts o insect nd disease
Get ahead of the boll weevils by planting
early variety of
enltivatin it thorouhly ad fertlizingh liberally with
See that your commercial fertilizer contains at least 4
all of Ptsh. If it does not, you can increase the percentage of
Lts. Potash by ddlnt Murate of !otaUL to your fertliz
POTASH IS PROFIT
th end jbr Free Lfferature ot Cotton Cutsre
led GERMAN KALI WORKS
124 Candler Bld.. Atantast Ga.
05 aass street, 3e Te tr.
SMemassek aleek, 0aMe.
S oDISTEMPER iEye. Eplzooflo
and lCae. Specialaatarrbai tFevere
_POl IMEDICAL CO.. o"bs I~jrii. o OSHEN, INd., U. S. A.
S Thomps o elu's lye nWater DEFI"NE STAr hs ~ " ,"
ehat -other starches only 12 ouncee--same price and
A. N.K.F '(1909-12) 2274. rDEFIANCE" IS SUPERIOR QUALITY.
A. N. K.-F '19U9-12) z z ufrtmu
Pimples Itching Humors, Rheumatism, Blood
Poison, Eczema, Bone Panss.o
B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) is the only B ood dirremedy ect to the poison in
the blood and then purifies it-sending a flood of pure, rh blood direc t all thores
surface, Bones, Joints and wherever the disease is located this ay all eumtsm
Ulcers, Pimples, Eruptions are healed and cured, pains nd ahes of Rheumalthysm
a .B i ,cease, swellings subside. B. B. B. compltely changes the body into clean, healthy
Scondition, giving the skin the rich, red hue of perfect health B Bwit B. cures the
worst old cases Try it $1.00 er large bo at Drug s tores th dreton
forhomecure. SAPLEY RI E by writing BLOODBALU COn ,llaSnta..
' - -- -- -- ---- ~- - -
What is defeat? Nothing but edu
cation, nothing but the first step to
something better.-Wendell Phillips.
"Brown's Bronchial Troches" relieve
Bronchitis. Asthma, Catarrh and Throat
Diseases. 25 cents a box. Samples sent free
by John I. Brown & Son, Boston, Mass.
Some people avoid popular concerts
because they are fond of music.
PILES CUBED Il 6 TO 14 DAYS.
PAZO OINTMENTisguaranteed to cure any case
of ItoMng, BHnd, Bleedin or Protruding Plies in
6 to l days or money refntded. 500.
'The dentist is invited to attend
many a swell gathering.
r nOmec1uri. -i « e
A HEART.BREAKING COUGH
bdus C to rUmd an to heu. Why1e t humd
your hm ra ma & peace o your fmily when y obta inmediate
ielif fromPaosCure? Rau tbleresfolltow the rfrtdoes. Tnken
nreull it sootheeand heat the ec sd tiras, loosens the clwn
phlegm and stops the oug* Ph to theb tdstand free om
op d 'Pen~t Sit. Fo throat and log dussse. m
mai bow fu wdvacd,
PISO'S CURE IS NCOMPARABLE
The Beaton I Make and Sell More ren's $8.00
d 0 $3.50 Shoes Tha Any Other Manufatarer
Is b.ase I give the warer t tes mast of ~h ast
e * ple t on on oof rnlad idprtr and nills
ehoemakere In th cutry.
The relectlon of the lathere for oTh part of the hoe.,
and e, detai of the mah In every dopatanmt. l.
lookedutrer by the beet shoemauers in the hoe industry.
If I euld ae owyou how careftly W. . Doasebo
saep, It better, and wear leoager than anyother mah.
My Method of Tanning theSoles makes the, More
Flexible and Longer Wearlng than any others.
Shoes for Every Member of the Family,
Men, oys, Women, M leees and Chlldrea.
For sale by shoe dealers everywhere.
CAUTIONM I None genuine without W. L )onglla
CtUTIONll name and prce stamped on bottom.
ist Color yelets vsed Uselsively. Catalo med tree.
W. L DOUOLAS, 167 Spark St.. Brockton. Mas.
--NOTHING LIKE IT FOR
THE TEETH Pate ecels ay dentifric
in cleansing, whitening and
removing tartar from the teeth, besides destroying
all germs of decay and disease which ordinary
tooth preparations cannot do.
THEMOUTA H Paxhine used as a mouth
H iE MOU wash disinfects the mouth
and throat, purifies the breath, and kills the germs
which collect in the mouth, causing sore throat,
bad teeth, bad breath, grippe, and much sickness.
THEEYES when inflamed, tired, ache
rEl and S and bum, may be instantly
relieved and strengthened by Patine.
CATARRH Paxtine will destroy the germs
that cause catarrh, heal the in.
flammation and stop the discharge. It is a ure
remedy for uterine catarrh.
Paxtine is a harmless yet powerful
termicide,disinfedant and deodorizer.
Used in bathing it destroys odors and
leaves the body antiseptically clean.
FOR SALI: AT DRUG STORES,O0c.
OR POSTPAID BY MAIL.
LARGE SAMPLE FREE!
THE PAXTON TOILET 0O.. BOSTON. MA88.
(Teoter Cure) Is sold by druggists
everywhere on a positive
guarantee to cure Dan.
'1) druff and all Scalp
Troubles, Tetter, Ecze.
ma, Itch, Ringworm,
Face and Hands, Pim.
Sweaty, Blistered Feet,
Cuts, and all Irritations
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Two Sizes, 50c and SI
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it may save your life. Cathartic.,
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For your own
that it is on the side of
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Per Saltser's catalog page Ius.
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