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Coin to most people and cause many ' troubles, pimples, bolls an J other eruptions, besiuc loss 01 appetite, that tirod feeling:, fit of biliousness, indigestion and headache. The sooner one gets rid of them the better, and the way to get rid of them nd to build up the system that has suffered from them is to take Hood's Sarsaparilta and Pills Forming in combination the Spring Medicine par excellence, of unequalled strength in purifying the blood as shown by unequalled, radical and per manent cures of Scrofula Salt Rheum Scald Head Boll, Pimple An Kind of Humor Psoriasis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh Dyspepsia, Eto Accept no substitute, but be sure to get Hood's, and gut it today. No Lac at All. He (who has offended her) Won't you look up at me? She If I did, you'd kiss me again. He No; honest. I won't. She Then what's the use? A Reminder. Dearborn What have you got that string tied about your finger for? Wabash Oh. I've been getting mar ried, and my wife doesn't want me to forget it. The Manager Realizes It. "There is something elevating In music, said the artist. . "Yes." answered the manager. "Music certalniy has the effect of stim ulating lofty ideas as to salary." St. Jacobs Oil Is the greatest remedy in the world for all bodily Aches and Pains for which sn external remedy may be used. Price, 25c. snd 50c. v Oat tct? p DOTMrr mt.i 1 . ... ............,..,...,......,............,...........s Rattraps Better Than Cats. It Is better to rely upon the trap for j catching rata than upon the cat. Pussy is easily inoculated with any transmis-! sible disorder, and the rat on.en has on i hand, as it were, the very complaint i that may touch pussy's vital parts and j reader her fn the household the most: dangerous of all disease breeders. j oiarMias cannot be cxrbd By local applications, as they eannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There Uoujom ' way loeure drainess. and that is by eoutito tional remedies. Iieelriest ta caused by an In flamed condition of the raucous lining of the Eustachian Tnbe. When this lube gets in. flamed you hare a rumbling oonl or imper fect hearing, and v hen It is entirely closed deafness is the result, and nnlea the Miftanitna tion can be uken out and this tub-? restored to lta nurmal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out ot t.-D are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. Wewillgire One Hundred I Kill an for any ease of Deaineaa (caused bv catarrh) that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Care. Send tor tiRulara, tree. F. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, a Bold by Druggists, 75e HaU't faasUy PUla are the beat. Popular Lecturer's Aim. "It Is your aim, of course," said his Old Dr. Grimshaw (to medical ntu Intimate friend, "to make people dent) And now, remember that to a think." ' . physician humanity is divided into two "No," replied the lecturer, in a classes, burst of confidence, "my business is to Student And what are they, doctor? make people think they think or. Old Dr. Grimshaw The poor wilom rather, to make them think 1 think he cures and the rich whom he doctors, they think." Chicago Tribune. Tit-Bits. A Good Beginning If the blood is in good condition at the beginning of the warm season, you are prepared to resist disease and are not apt to be troubled with boils, pimples, blackheads and blotches, or the itching and burning skin eruptions that make one's life a veritable torment and misery. ' Now is the time to begin the work of cleansing and building up the blood and strengthening the weak places in your constitution. During the cold winter months we are compelled to live indoors and breathe the impure air of badly ventilated rooms and of fices. We over-work and over-eat, and get too little out-door exercise, and our systems become clogged with impuri ties and the blood a hot-bed of germs and humors of every kind, and warm weather is sure to bring a reaction, and the poisonous matter in the blood and system will break out in boils and pustules or scaly eruptions and red, disfiguring bumps and pimples. Make a good beginning this season by taking a course of S. S. S. in time ; it will not only purify your blood and destroy the germs and poisons, but promotehealthy action of the Liver and Kidneys and give you a good appetite at a time when you need it most. S. S. 6. improves the digestion and tones up the Stomach, and you are not continually haunted by the fear of indigestion every time you eat, or troubled with dizziness, nervousness and sleeplessness. There is no reason to dread the coming of warm weather if you have your system well fortified and the blood in a normal, healthy condition. It is the polluted, sluggish blood that invites disease germs, microbes and poisons of every kind and bring on a long train of spring and summer ailments, break down the con stitution, and produce weakness, lassitude, and other debilitating disorders. Eczema, Acne, Nettle-rash, Poison Oak and Ivy, and other irritating skin troubles are sure to make their appearance unless the humors and poisons escape the diseases common to spring and summer. S. S. S. is guaranteed purely vegetable and is recognized as the best blood purifier and the most in vigorating and pleasant of all tonics. Write for our book on " The Blood and pa Diseases." JUC SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA. OA, Oldn't Understand. Mrs. Swaggerton My daughter hasn't come out yet, you know. Mrs. Homeleigu Indeed! What was she sent to prison for? Ally Sloper. It Certainly Would. She What a happy world this wouK be lf--He If what? She If men. could only believe all thoy say. Cincinnati Enquirer. Mis Reason for Sua. We. A New York man wrote ns his rea son for attempting suicide that he had consulted 25 doctors, hut none was able to cure him of aathiua. Sunt Enough. Yeast It's hard to keep a good man down. Crltnsonbeak That's why they put such heavy monuments over some of them, I suppose. Yonkers Statesman. An Explanation. "What kept you so late?" asked the physician's wife. "Coming down on the elevated road my professional services were very much In demand." replied the belated M. I. "Man In first car was overcome by the heat and by the tima I got him straightened out another man was discovered In the rear car almost fror en to death." Most Have Been. First Chappie I wonder now. Choi lie, how. the donkey ever came to be used as the er emblem of stupidity? Second Chappie twith'a. jrawni Don't know. I'm sure, deah boy; niiwt have been before our day. His Style, Jeweler Diamond shirt studs? Yes, sir: here's a set, neat tittle stones, for $125. Customer Huh! Out home In Chi cago f'can get " Jew-elei- Ah! yes, pardon me. Here you are. Just look at these big flash es three karats each! Sell you the set for Philadelphia Pres9. Boys' and Youths' i Itr Vn!f ZU, 4 jaw. iviiiiL wow a Ask your dealer for the Jack 4 pocket knife with his pair of j shoes. Best wearing ihoci. Ruor 4 steel knives. t n ra E:-i C. E t-J r. 4 The Charitable Sex. He What an exceptionally good complexion Mrs. Fortyodd has! She Yes; it's too good to be true, Cincinnati Enquirer. ' THE THREE GIA.NTS. The largest financial institutions in the world !.,n' .hree tn1 Ult iuiaiire roinpauies of New )rk, ottea .-ailed "The Three (-iaiits." Iiurine- 2 the combined ini-rpa. in Amount of insurance In force in Oregon iu these three com nie w i: $'.M,H ol). Iiiinne the same time the Penn Mutual, of Philadelphia, made an increase of I l.o.i'i.',.iio. There are tMj1 reason for the impularity of the Penn Mutual; send for free copvnuhted booklet, "How and Why." Sherman Al ilannon, general agents, Maro,uam buiMlug, Portland, Oregon. The Toothqrush. Soak a new toothbrush for ten min utes in cold water and thoroughly dry it before uaing. for then the bristles will be less likely to come out than if this precaution were omitted. tlTlfc fermanentir euian So fits as netrnsM 1 I I 9 after nrst lar'tuseof Irr Kha'iJrAt Nots featonr. Srodfur FU EH t.OO tril MtUuxltmuv a. la.B.H Kliss-LM. Ul AreC9tPLilulvtiia.i Practical Admonition. HORRIBLY AFFLICTED WITH BOILS. I bad a horrible attack of bolls that broke ont all orar tny body and i.i. a a a aMJC la the beat blood : purifier in the world. Krs. II. P. BMTTHEE8, WytheTllle, Vs. THE BEST TONIC AND APPETIZER. While liTlnfr In Bherman, Tex., I b eame a victim of Impure, watery blood. I ran down la appetite aod enertry ; was acaxcely abla to cS about and had to atop off and reat occasionally. I took B. B. 8. and be ran to Improve at once, and after a thorough course became strong and well. I think D. 8. 8. tha beat medicine Z aver used aa an appetizer and g-exu aral tonic. J. O. BCOTT, Bll Bailroad street, Rome, aa. :- attack of bolls t ;. "3, orar my body and ,7Jl. . " Ing words. Rhode Island f 42 11 slbl. relief until V" Britain Is musical, and a V, V IT hi I began taking j that our own country (whose Hf J V? Y your medicine, mings ss played by Rousa's band 5 Jt ! aadfrom my ex. captured King and Queen, and - . V 1 porlsnes I can tlie burden of every whistling are antidoted and the thin, acid blood made rich and strong before the coming of warm weather. A course of S. S. S. now would be a safe precaution and a good beginning and enable you to pass in comfort through the hot, sultry months and l.4.4- U W W L J. A gentleman who was discussing with the late Dr. Parker the problem of a future existence exclaimed: "The fact Is, sir, I am an atmlhttatloiilst. I believe that when 1 die that will be the end of me." "Thank tloit for that." Dr. Parker replied, as he show ed his companion the door. In his reminiscences of (Jeorgc Washington. Dr. Edward Everett Hale tells of the general's anger at Men mouth, when he met tieneral I.ee. Washington asked Lee why such column was retiring, and I.ee said that the American troops would not aland the Krillsh bayonets. Washington re piled: "Yon d-n poltroou, yon hav never tried them!" The aiiDiilntment of Vice Admiral Lord Charles Heresfortl to the com maud of the English Channel squad Mil has brought to light a new anec dote. It appears that he consulted Sir r'rederlck Treves, whom Klug Edward considers the liest doctor ill the world, "Tell me the symptoms," said Treves As the admiral enumerated them the ductor iH'came more and more Inter ested. "Excellent, charming, spleu did." cried Sir Frederick, as the syinp toms were unfolded to him, and when the list was completed, said: "My dear fellow, let me congratulate you You have the rarest case of the een tury. You are the lucky dog that here tofore was thought to be extinct. " The chief wit of the latioratorles of the Sheffield Scientific Sch.Mils of Yale I'nlversliv is a chemist who has an unconquerable affection for, an ancient tan-colored "lab." coat that has long mood guard between sulphuric acid and Its grateful owner; hence It Is full of holes. Being criticised In a "Josh Ing" bout on account of his "holy" coat, the reactionary butt found an ! opening for one of his clever remarks. "Never you mind about the holes In j my cat." said he, "these hides are ail I right! and don't you make any mistake aliont it. They are the most useful things in a coat. If there were no hides In a coat, how the devil could you get Into It, and these ho'es In partlcu lar, they are the most useful holes lu the world: they save washing; all you have to do Is to use 'em when you waut to wipe your hands on your coat and vou don't get the coat dirty. If von had holes a plenty you wouldn't need any coat at all." William E. Curtis says that when eert.lin new Senator delivered his first I great speech in Congress, and w as ! looking around for compliments he tip proacneo enanir jouu i . joues. me venerable philosopher from Nevada, while the latter was smoklug his post luncheon cigar In the cloak room of the Senate. "Did you hear my speech on the rhlllpplue question?" Inquired the Senator. "I certainly did," was the reply. "May I ask you what you thonght of It?" "I-n good speech.' ejaculated Junes. The young Senator's face lighted up with pleasure at the compliment as he resumed In a con tideutial way: "Senator Junes, you are the father of the Senate, and I am the votuigest child, and I should like to axk your advice. Having heard my speech, you can see what I am capa tile, of. and I would be grateful If you would be good enough to tell me w hether. In your opinion. It would be better for me to speak frequently or hold myself In reserve?" "Young man." saitl the Senator, "you've got a d -n good vocabulary, and If you'll lake my advice you wsu't make any mure speeches until you have cultl vated your Intellect np to It." THE TUNE 13 OUR OWN. A Few Remarks Concernlasi onr Pat riotic Eton it a. Many Americans In visiting England hare been surprised and flattered when a British military band has played the air of "America" and the English crowd has risen to Its feet and doffed Its hats. Similarly, English visitor to tills country have got up and bowed as to a compliment when an American band has blared the same tune. It has taken time In each case to convince the hearer that "God Have the King" and "America" have the same air. ui course, the Briton has become Indig nant over the theft of a nntlonal air, forgetting that the colonies, with their allegiance to a British king, bad a claim to the melody and on their re volt could fairly set their own new words to It. The charge of theft and of musical poverty In America has Inspired a patriotic association In little Itbode Island to offer a gold medal to any body who shall compose a new nnd better" air to Dr. Smith's Insplr- denles that fflrms coon have become news boy, coster and clubman In London) has a degree of musical talent and cul ture which even Germany cannot rival. Therefore It Is Impatient under the charge of stealing the most venerated of British melodies. It Is vain, however, to hope for a popular acceptance of a new tune for "America." The present air has been sung on too many glorious and signifi cant occasions to the words of our heart-fllling hymn te be surrendered to the British. When we were forced to break loose from that oppressive mother we retained the common law, the language, the absurd system of weights and measur.-s and whatever seemed to our sires to lie desirable. We retained "Yankee- boodle" and the air nf "America," putting our own words to eai-h. Mere than a century and a quarter has endeared to us these tunes, and we shall keep them. When Gen eral Sherman visited Ireland he found that the melody of "Marching Through Georgia" belonged lo an old Irish song, but It has been hallowed to us by the camp fires of thousands of Grand Army posts and Is ours beyond sur render. Cultured musicians have complained of the quality of our national airs, w w w ' j i onim Short Qtorle$!r: 'sr I ,' ,H,.V r ' whicft inviudx "America, nan - i I, ...... - a. - ....A..t.l tJ...nulM j, iiiiiiiiib, ig s;f:r-i'n .-. ..Columbia, the Gvit the Ocean ch suggests that Columbia Is nu Hid several war songs. Still, they not been able to produce a mel- such conspicuous merit as t" win Instant miiiiilsr admiration. " may be association alone which en dears "America" to us, but there l no escape from the fact that we all love It and are stirred by It; and we shall cling to It In spite of any coin plaints from the unnatural molhet country which undertook lo spank u without provocation and lost us In cou sequence.--- Philadelphia Itecord. I NSTTNCT TEACHES THEM. Young- Klrda and Animals Have llablli Hora In Them. There Is a school of the woods. Just as much as there Is a church of th woods, or a parliament of the woods, or a Society of I'ulletJ 1'harltles of be woods, and no more; liter' Is noihliig lu the dealings of animals with I hell young that lu the remotest way stig gests human Instruction and discipline. The, young of all Hie bird creatures do liisilnctlvely what their pa rein s tic aud did. They do uot have to br taught; they are taught from ibr Jump. The bin! sings at the pmpei age, ami hullds Its licst, ami tases '" appropriate food without any hint at all from Its parent. The young dticki take to the water when hatched by n hen as readily as when hatched by a duck, and dive and stalk Insects, stul wash themselves Just as their mother did. Young chickens and young turkeyi understand the various calls aud slg nals of their mother the flrst time they hear or see them. At her alarm nulf they squat, at her call to food they come, on the flrst day as on Ihe truth The habits of cleanlluess uf the ! tllngs ar established from the r0i u...; hnnr of thalr llv. When a hlnl comet to build Its flrst nest aud to rear Its flrst brood brHt It know, how to ,roced. as w lta parents did before it. ihe fox is afraid of a trap before he has had any drBM or p.ai they are im eilierlenc with It. ami Ihe hare . mejillta,. nolim ,d wverely crlll thumps umu the ground at the sight ''imii of anything strange and unusual. it i, not hard a a ru'so gain an ln whether Its mates lie within hearing or not ii is true toai tue cruws tiiiu the Jays might lie called the s;.les ami Informers of the wood, and that other. creatures awni to understiiud Ihe meanlug of their cries, but wbo shall presume to say that they httve Ihtu In strut-ted In this vocation? Mr. f.ong would have us Mleve thai the crows teach their young to fly writes John Burroughs In I lie Atlantic. He might as well say that the rooster teaches Its young to crow ur that the oock grouse teaches the young males to drum. Nu bird leaches It young to fly. Theyf fly Instinctively when their wings are strong enough. BEETLE DIGS GRAVES. How and Why It lories Iead llirds and I nasi-1 a. The graredlgger beetle wns the sub ject of an lut'ereating eiperlnictit that young I'hlladelpbian, a studcut of the blologli-nl deiartiueut of the I'nl- versity of 1'enusylvanla. recently cou- ductnl, saya the Philadelphia ltei'ortl. He sivuretl four heallhy gravedlgger iM'etles aud put them lu a wixideu box , tilled with earth, aloug with a very small dead sparrow. The beetle no , sooner perceived the bird than they began to dig alungslde of It. Kor four hours they dug, and Ht the end of that ' time they bad a hole made that was six or seven Inche deep aud three Inches square. Now they went around to tli other side of the sparrow aud gave, all to gether, a good, strong push. Tie bird dropped into the grave nicely iiliI the beetle covered It over with loose soil. The young experimenter kept the beetles or a month. During the month they burled Sve birds, three grasshop pers, two butterflies ami a young mouse. Their boi came to resemble s cemetery. "Why are these beetle gravedlg- gers? What Is tbelr motive?" To this question, which was put to III in by many visitors, the stndent would reply: 'Gravedlgglng Is their' way of prop agating their species. They get hold of some little dead thing, dig a hule beside It, lay their eggs lu lis flesh aud bury It, The eggs, after a time, hatch Into larvae. These larvae must de velop under grouud, aud during their development "they must eat. Well, thanks to their thoughtful parents, they are born In the midst flf food- tbey have on all sides of them the car rion In which, as eggs, they were l.ild and burled-and thus Ibey fetd boun tifully, and grow big and strong, so bat on their emergence from the soil they are beetles to be proud of. And as soon as they emerge they become grare diggers lu their turn. Broke Tbrin of lb Mr. VHby's children, the youngest nine and the eldest fourteen years of age, besought bis permission to raise bantam chickens, pleading- that there was plenty of room In the barn for that purpose. Vou have bothered me a long time ab'jul that," he said. "Now I'll agree to let you do It on condition that you milt calling your parents papa and uiamma. You are old enough now to begin cull ing ua father and mother, aa you bould. If you will do that, you" may go ahead and turn the bam Into a hlcken house." They gave the promise readily enough; but It was harder to keep than they bud foreseen. The next dsy, while a neighbor was ciill'ng on Mr. Iillby, the children came rushing from the barn Into the house, I'apa," they exclaimed, "come out and " "Chicken:" be Interrupted. "Yes, we've got 'em, papa " "Chickens!" "That's what we were going to say, pupa " 'Chickens!" 'Why, papa " 'Chicken!" 'Yes, papa 'Chickens!" be lulerrupled again, sternly. Then they understood, and turned red. "Yes fu-fatber come out uud tlieta." Health ' For 25 years I havs never missed ..king Ayer's Si"JP J every spring. II clesnses my b"od,me5 me feel strong, and does me good in every way. -John P. Hodnelte, Brooklyn, N.T. Pure and rich blood carries new life to every part of the body. You are Invigorated, refreshed. You feel anxious to be active. You become strong, steady,couragcous. That's what Ayer's Sarsaparilla will do for you. It Me Mile. slUrsnlaia, Aid Tiinr 4iM-tr list lis Oil" ol atar't IU knows alitO'lse'aJ oW II. mi if aiUHna. rll b ailfkie '" ..Co ..U..II. Related kindness. Mr Smith tin street carl Matlum. take my seat u .. I who has been standing fifteen minutes I - No thanks; I get off at Iho nevt corner. Mr. Smllh-Thal's all right so do I. CI.BANI.INE5S AND OOttLINIiSS. Whatever Vou Do. Wise Brothers Advlae (lood Teeth. "Cleanliness la akin to Godliness," i . I k.u.t. is a tiunlaliiin irom - kiica-ii to man, and it il as wiueiy qotl any saying ever iiacl T I is found in th inipreasivo truth ! rr""n Jl n p"' . parsing through an tiiiproccdauted i .....,i iit.tst, anil mnrfl try is P ' j , .,.,. of ,,..,,. . ,. is slovenly mm i -,. i immealiate tvants, snd tha yon, -v-;- -. i mainritv ol IKO.ila in tne I nithl niaiee, itvlialutig a inrplti. Tha pe pw , , mho are lajlter drraaed and better groomed than they war twenty yr:irs ago. Kvcn thp luxurie of fash- , ionadle society aro Isxxitnliig Uie lie cessities ol tha maase. This is tue mstilt ol a great cnmnier -.1 !tl. .11 !. I.mIII ! Nothing is more ciinniiicuotis man person's tcath. II thi-y arp gtmil and white and clean then we arp ptpasnl. If they are diaroloml ir uiifliig than as are repolsad. Tim tri'iismlous blpsh g to hti in at ti i t r i-onlerre.1 by ad , nci-i! metlioils ol dental surgery is Iwst lllottrstml by tin h an olhcP a ' that ol Hie celebrated Wiaa llrother. in 1 the Failing building, Portland, Oregon. Here teeth are Oiled or ntiacted ah" I lutaly without puiu. You tan be sup plied with an entin w set ol tifth at a very moderate coat. There is no muro trouble about getting ur tei-.b 7?fK in perlecl order here than you batp , at a res'atirant in getting your ilium r. : The (iflicet are a mocel lor anyu ly n point of daintiiies and cli-aulincwa. It it te tt'onuoutly nrgeil that, Il .,-.. , i il .,, ami be respected and .h-aired by your ac aintaiicee. have ymir teeth iu god TOnditiin. There it no es. use for any- one to delay when ttit-rtt arp stu b per feet ptsres a the establishment tl Wise Bntliers at band. The cost i tl'ght. Thp pain It not I.-; ing. Jack Snrslt. ! Jack Spralt really lived and had the same ptejitdlie against fat a I at tributed to him! Only his same wa not exactly Bprntt. but I'ratt, and li was no Irs a person than an an-hilea con. The rhyme orglnslly ran. "Arch deacon I'ratt rould eat no fat, his wife could cat no lean." Mother will f.iio Mr. SAntlotr't 8onth Ing Hyrup the boat remedy to uie lor ihei' Sliiloren during tot teething perKxl. Vienna' 5utclde Record. Vienna nlmost alway holds a world' record for suicide. In the fliat nine months of last year 2f,0 men and 'JH women succcedd In killing them selves, and another .167 made snaiic cessful attempt. AVccelabie PreparaitonrorAa slmilating QicFciodariflKctfula ting the Stoiaacto aialfiowuls of Promotes DigcstionClWrfu rtess and Rest.Contains nelilgT Opium.Morplune norMiiitial. Not jMaiicotic. Ha, tfoujsmmrmaar Apwfecl ncmetly rorronslirvi. lion, Sour Slotiwclt.ninrrrvitvt Worms ,k)imil.iit)iw .Fcvprish rtess nnd Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Siijnnlure of NKW YOHK. 'iwiuii,.a.p BBttttfttSXtXttll UUBl exact copy or wrapper. HtiaW- I aVMBiarttl rl ---i' arru. "sie Uuim. L M.m .Iffif-T Ew5Y-stn?nr-j Inlnolfd la B'' Sonwtnlot CsatUirU.lt- am) DuuHt f MITCHELL & BEE LINE BUGGIES Are at Ihe hoa.l of thatt clew fur Ctmfoft Lur XkUtif Appose DunkllH r WANT TO KNOW WHY i 1 t.k for our IllustrattU .em.hltis. Mailed fro. MITCHELL. LEWIS I STIVER CO. ..wt-tn u,.t at. Milt n.ANU. OK. X Also Npokane, HaJse, Waiting lor Inatruttjiaa. A mistress told Iter maid. Hetsy. that ho must not always do things on her own responsibility, but flrst ask permission. Tim net day lletsy walk ed Into the parlor, and said politely; -riease, madam, the rat I busy eat ing up the duck In the pantry: must I drive her away or not? "- Tit Hits. "I K lan K.-.l kllrhan Kind" ol sl..a ; niaka no oka smrtl. asksi.f anfisalte Ui ai ) !i..k tut Half nark. The Heal Thing. He Did you ever sen anything at so calif d bargain sale that was really cheap? Hhe Ye; the Uxik on a man fate who accompanied h'i wife lu one of them, Cincinnati Kiio,ulrer. ror fortt vear'e Tito s fur far Con- uuiptlott has rumd coughs and Ouida, Al druggists. I'rhe ajrenta. Worst Vet. OUt lliiardor That's a queer looking I ,.,,,,- (,h Mr, IU,h Uahfr u.i,....v... .,! I'm aattiillr prolll'of ilM ' h, t,,.n r I fumy (r nillr, than a hundri-d year ,i tin, h-lor- ltnl.--0 ' Hurl of heir i loom, a It wr-re? ABSOLUTE SECURITY. Genuine Carter's Little Liver PUls. Mutt Boar tlgnatur of Am PatvStatlkt Wraeca Bilsst. Tear Patau aa4 aa paay tp taka aa eauratv, roi IUBACRC. ran ommai. roi iiuountit. ron torpid uvti. roi CONSTIPATION. rORSAUOWSKII. rORTKECOMPUXIOI CARTERS CURE HICK HEADACHE. A Russian Uanknnt. The MM) ruble note of Km, la la barred from top to bottom with all the color of the ralnliow, blended as whi-n shown throtiKh a prism. In ih center In hold relief aland n large, finely executed vlgm-ttn of (he Km press Ciithcrlm, I This I In black. The other engraving 1 not at all In trliate or elaborate, but I well ilonw in dark Inks. and light brown nnd black 11. .i IS . aW mrn m W m I & kar 1 m I H I m B R Tbo ICin.l Ton Have Alwnyi nott3ht, tuid wl.Ic.h has been In imo for over 30 ywim, boa borao tho tUffnaturo of S0 .. tf ' ttnl ha, bn inatlo under bl per CJlCffljZJirfas mnaX ""rxTtlnloa Rltico lta infixney. Allow no ono to dnrrl vo yoa la this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and Jtist-u-p;M)d" aro bufJ lixjPrliut;nU that trlflo with and cndantri r tho health of Infanta, and CMilklrenr-iUptrleuco ui;;auiit Kiperlutuul. What Is CASTORIA Cwtorla Im a liarmlogg aabatltuto for Cantor Oil, PaJ Borlo, Drop and Houthluir Syrtipn. It la 1'lcanant. 10 contalna neither Opium, Morphlno nor other Narcotto uhstanco. Its bro la lu guarantee. It destroya VorM nun 1 evcri-Mncgg. It euro. DlarrhD and Wind Wi f 7,,,ovc8 Teething- Trouble, cure Coiiatlnulloa and I flatulency. It aHalniilxitea tho I'.mhI, r.-ffulatea tho CCBOIHE CASTORIA always JO Bearo tLo The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. ne etaraua kui;km!n machinery to, giwceeaers ta Jaha PsMie. fiHil nt Miirrlsnn tint!, I'urllauil, (i.,n Smith limit sir.1 H.. ws, H in , N0 m in -u.iiih H-ml t liiltait li.iwa, It In. lu V fu IH.ui.leHli'ivnl Ciilllvalure, i Nawtun ..rier, r 'lt, all i'lli.t, wi.le Ua. 5 tiki mi. ini i.iissik", Ja. ka.ni side suiluas n. mar IsAiiu. imw M mi. Vou ran larglf hieree he) ) 1.1.1 jf.mt rrii lif ii.Ihs imr spat ial Isiiin, is. tt the lur puree, 00! PI UU3 Oi 1 PES CENT OFF ill Packit Snd. : I 'nr order of 1 1 . IK) or mure (This diics mil Include 1 tfr1Mi ads in quantity ,) II In Ihe maiam write lur Si'lal n.t ' irlcis, ' MANN, the SEEOMAN. : I as i-rwii Sirrel. I !- In tul, ra. IllUiW Vou ran at Intaiasi '" SUCil o,,,,, er ltta us ami still kafstiaa saie sail I. a.1 sH-rul It in the p...iii, a Vuii,an.l, uf ninarjr ssiifci . U'esiaiiffaf it .m i ..u tBll,..,w II. is l.r..i.-, w'nl for iwttlriilsrs ha niaitef h,i I ml,, Z h.. Biu, h l.lls rn.ih.. toil beta. i h.mii am .,u totustuii,. LC 1 D M Kill M fl N F Y III U Ilk I e and aalaly H....7 f li.a l on nihra,t nu illlarast hain sxurliu. laiaa list ot aart.,ili....i i ol laftu (.ciwrlf l..uM an l I I l iiioivr laiols to' aie w (He us l.la OKESOM I PHILADELPHIA SECURITIES CI. Mtka HwMusg, KwlvaM, Uratasi. headache not) ait tlf aatal SMtMir RafakMs 1MB I'A-o AllHi and r ar Iks kaat maili.'lDe t bad la ili kwias lat sur ila aa Insane wiui kaaoarfca i isa tlll aha 111 mnnmat fm CAM Alt KT. at nll4 Ik pal I kf ta4 aiaiiaa unoisdiateiii, We rtn4i:aaiaia' Caik isiBt'atoaii. i'UUtmrt sal lewMt C, fuutmig. ft. fiMH.i. ri,ii!. rt Taste i rtj Uuwi, ! iwm" Utv m iasi ... OURI CONSTIPATION. ... tSMiMe wl ti lasini. Iw.fi. saSMai. Sm, IsA, m lo-TO-iic .rtVtrs: I sll fs). s Haws Alcohol, Cfium, Tobacco Using V Vrtiie fut t titTitAreo CmcttUAna (ta! otrofaTa stvptsmte rttroir4 llsaWrsss sttpaf (MsnaV eAmmm Immm emjf i ae im kteMtat. $25,000 EEWAED m to sniil aarona m can aisvv taia auiiaaat. IWw-ausa V. l Itaagle tatlif Urr4i manufarturnr h tan bu riioapcr and nm.iti.-s iaa alua-t al lorr .mt than otimr run. J mm, l.. h nl.lr him tosnll alio I, ,r I t ail aud J.1.0U p,itJi;, n etery war It) lli.. sol t ets. wlw f..r f lau,l $a,ju. cm M tk im, i t. . - i.iy uf.MI,Wj wrt easily ae t-i ' Tita mlmm hawa n,.a Wiaa 4mm4 IMhS Sstf r' ti' n pea oa auvaMiwiy. wbr a s W U Uouia aM a uial aaa aaa IMS .hnli. U,r ,.a, a!.) B)p,pp,aBa.l laltM.aaa, t,,, , i4.aea.Sta.PP r"ttfa,ta.1ti r-atVaara, W. L. DOUOLAP tM OILT SOC llPt. worth SB.OO Comparad sslin Otnar Makaa. taat ( l,Ma IWSara, Ht" fatsal Halt. I $ c.. 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