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That is Salt lilieutn, i r Ki'icma n 0 tli outward n an;festations of acruf ula. It foniw in itching, burning, ooiirg, drying, and scaling patches, on the fat, head, hands, leyrs or body. It cannot In cured by outward appli rations l hp blood must he rid of ihe impurity to which it ia due. Hood's Sarsaparilla Has cured the most ersieti'itt n 1 diffi cult rae. Accept no substitute for Hood's no substitute acts like it. Wife aivea Him Pie. "I rather enjoy teinf without hired girl." "Why to?" "Becauae I can alwaya coax my wife to give me pie for " breakfast." Philadelphia i'lain Dealer. Converting Him. "I hoar there was some romance con eeoted with your marriage?" "Nothing romantic about it. Our re ligious views differed, my wife main- taining that the only hell there it ia npou earth, and she married me to prove it. Indianapolis Ban. No Need of Protestation. Tom Did she ask yon if aha were Ihe only girl you ever loved? Jack No she took it for granted. 6oinerviIle Journal. IOO REWARD aiOO. "rtereadi-raotthiiriet-er will be pleased to learn 1 bat i&ere is al leat onedr,aded diteaee that ftC.enre baa two able to cur im all lis tieacs. aud that isceiarrb. HaU'iCatarth Cure la ifte only r-muiTe cure known to tbe medical tratrrnitr. Catarrh being a constitutional die taae, rrqiitrca a cortitituilonal trratneut. Hall's Caiarrli Cure is taken internally, acting nirectly upon the blood and nineone aurfarra a( tha TterjG. thereby dt-slrov-ing the founda tion of the dmcate, and ets-ing the patient Itrengtb by butl.tinr ud tbe eoustitnrou and a-anting nature in fioitiar 1L work. Tbe pro prietors bare so muvb faith la Its curative powers, thai tru-y offer One Hundred Poller lor any case thai It (a'.lt to core, bend for lial ai testimonial. jl.Mress F. J. CHfcXEY A CO, Toledo, O, Bold by (imggiM. "V. UaiiaJajiilur r--,u i are tbe beat. Just as Good. Elderly Customer Have yon any preparations that will eradicate wrin kles? Conscientious Druggist No, ma'am, bat we have a preparation that will fill them up. Chicago Tribnne. The Real Thing. "How cultured and polished that Mrs. K am mm a U." "I know it. Whenever a person lings anything ah always calls it ren iering it, doesn't she?" Chicago Kecord Herald. A Permanent Cure. Hodge You mean to say that Chris tian science cured you? Podge Sure! Hodge Of appendictis? Podge No. Of Christian Science. Brooklyn Lite. Piso's Cure !f a rood conch medicine. It has cared coughs and colds for forty years. At druggists, & cents. Looking for a Chance. Mrs. Gobang This paper says that a Kansas man sold his wife for 1 8. Gobang I wonder if it will ever be my lack to run across a fellow who la throwing money away? New York Times. Not Too Precipitate. "Ah, Georgie, dear," abe said to th duke, "why don't you go to pap to day? Delays are dangerous, you know. "Yes, I realize that," he replied, "but I've only known yoa three) days and these get-ricb-qaick schemes al ways seem to be so risky." Chicago Kecord-Hreald. A Prize. The editor of a weekly newspaper in Australia offers himself aa prize to the woman who writes the best essay on tha duties of a wife. TITO Permanently Cared. No fits or nenooanees riio a(tr Orstdav'ufIr.Kline'lirelern Itestfm-r. Kend for VmI2 trial hmtleand treatise. Dr. K. B. KJlne, LuL.IUl Arih St-, Fbtiadelpbla, Fa Asks No More. Tom I can't help asking my fiance occasionally why she loves me. Dick Me, too. Mine aways gives me a very satisfactory answer. Tom That so? What does she say? Dick Because. Philadelphia Public Ledger. Not Strikingly Noble. "So your daughter is going to marry a nobleman. "Yes," answered Mr. Cumrox; "he's enly a nobleman by profession. Personally I must say he strikes me aa a pretty common sort." Washington Bur. His Experience. "Pa," said the boy, looking op from his book, "what does a man'a 'better half, mean?" "Usually, my on," replied his father from behind the evening paper, "she meant exactly what the says." Ready for Easter. Deacon Cobba William, If your father sohuld Lava f 10 and some one should give him $5, what would he have? William Nothing; but ma would have a new hat. Chicago Newt. Hair Falls " I tried Ayer't Hair Vigor to stop my hair from falling. One half a bottle cured me." J. C. Baxter, Braidwood, III. Ayer's Hair Vigor is certainly the most eco nomical preparation of its kind on the market. A little of it goes a long way. It doesn't take much of it to stop falling of the hair, make the hair grow, and restore color to gray nair. ti.t sterna. , It vour dm prist cannot sunnlv von. end us one dollar and we win express you a bottle. Be aura and rlye tbe name of your aeaieet eioreas office, address, llusband (angrily) I never taw a iromaa a bard to please a yon are. Wife (calmly) My dear, you forget that I married you. -Chicago Dally Newt. Making progress: "Wlljama, have you named the baby yet?" "Almost We've got the two grandmothers to agree to arbitrate the case." Chicago Tribune. Pati.nc Did von aar abe came fmm ne-htlna- atock? Patrice-Yea; her ,a f.tw hath members of church choirs In their early day. Yonkers Statesman. xie. nmm.,-n. tou think It was an intentional alight on the part of Mr. Newrich? Mrs. Park-Why. no. mydear. 8b. hasn't been a lady long enough to know how to be rude. - puc Z .. " : ' 7 v- , i are vou lost? Child No, sir. I know my whereabout perfectly, but I pre sume my father and mother would Ilk. to be directed to where I am. Kansaa City Independent Th Owner Se here! You want to handle that trunk more carefully! Th Porter-Ill look out for It. atr. I know a man who let on faU on hut toe last montn. an ne am i om i " - i - yet"-Town and Country. To lta detriment: "On thing can be said about our opera-houses," remark - ed the Observer of Event and Things; "too much attention seems to bare been given to the acoustic properties of the boiea." Youkera Statesman. Salesman (recommending blue neck tie with large pluk spots) But wouldn't you like one like that? I'm painful, crawling movement down selling a lot of them this year. Bar-j there on the slope, and I scrambled castle Customer Indeed! Very clever ; down tbe allppery rocka to help a blink of you, I'm sure. Harvard Lampoon. lng, creeping, much-surprised youth, All day: "Her novel is not one of ; bleeding from a hundred cuts, up to the ephemeral successes." "Indeed?" where hla clothea lay. He waa atlll "Oh, yes.. It was published before 9 , too dazed to speak. When hla breath o'clock In the morning, and was not i returned and hla eitra glasses were completely forgotten until quite a bit perched again on bla noae, b said: after 6 o'clock In the evenlug." Life. "How Is your youngest daughter get ting on with ber music?" "Splendid ly," answered Mr. Cumrox; "her In structor says that she plays Mozart In a way that Mozart himself would never have dreamed of." Washington Star. "How Is your daughter getting on with her music?" Splendidly," an swered Mrs. Cumrox; "she can go to a classical concert ana ten eiacuj where to applaud without watching the rest of the audience." Washing ton Star. The Count (old enough to be a grand father and after Miss Moneyton) I haf asked your mamma and she glf ber constTit and now I er Mis Motieyt n I am so glad! But won't It be funny to call you papa? Llppln cott's Magazine. A London clockmaker has placed the fullowini notice In his window: "Tbe h removed the ' misguided creature thermometer from this door had better return It. as It will be of no use where i. -Mntr .s It onlv renters 123 de- I greea." Answers. Safety In numbers: Brannlgsn Come borne, an' teck supper wld me, Flannigan. Flannlgan Shure, It's past yer supper time, now; yer wlfe'll be mad as a batter. Brannlgan Tbaf a Jlst it; she can't lick the two of us. Philadelphia Public Ledger. "I recall a remark that General Grant made to me once at dinner," said boastful Woodby Gnft, "which was most characteristic of the man." "I think I can guess what it was," aald Pepprey. "What?" "Keep th. change for yourself, my man." Phila delphia Press. "How wasteful of that gardener!" murmured the star boarder as be bit savagely but hopelessly at hit aspara gus. "How la that?" asked the land lady. "Why, If be bad let these atalka grow one week longer be could hav. sold them for telegraph polea." Bal timore American. Parson Johnson Ah wish de m ud ders ob dis congregation would bring deyr babies to church wlf dem. Nevah mind bow young dey am, Jeaa bring 'em erlong. If dey am too young to appreciate de significance ob de ser vice, dey csn, at least, yell an' keep de deacons awake! Puck. The American Father: Ascum An other baby, and a girl tbia time, eh? How doea It make you feel to have a daughter? Popley Great! One of the first things you think about It is bow a foreign nobleman will come courting ber some day, and bow you'll turn him down good and proper. Pbildelphla Preaa. A heavier loos: Hark! In tbe dark watches of tbe nlgbt they could plain ly bear footsteps In the kitchen. "Uui glars!" be exclaimed, hastily covering up his bead. "Ob, Henry!" algbed hi wife; "I wish I had your faculty fot looking at the bright side of things. I'm sure It's that Brown woman try ing to entice my cook away." Kansas City Independent Ingenuity's reward: "You say Bur ton is leading a double life? I'm as tonished. He's the last man In the world I'd suspect of anything of that kind. "Yes, his wife' In Europe, and he has to stay down at the office near ly every evening to copy with his own hand the nice, gossipy letter bis type writer bat written for him during th day. He says it's a great scheme, though." Ex. , Hla Idea of Ueneroalty. "Did you turn that needy friend of yours empty-handed from your door?" 'No," answered Mr. Kermudge. "I didn't let blm go away empty-handed. made out a statement of what be owes me and told hlin bow much In terest he'd save by paylu' cash." Washington Star. Cioeeip. 'Gossip," said Uncle Eben, '"minds me a good deal of a shootln' match in de atreet. De Innocent bystander la Je' at ll'ble to git bit as anybody else." Washington Star. DANGEROUS SHOWER BATH. Vls of Water Almost Drowned Adventuroae Tooth. A atory It told In the World1 Work of a youth who, partly from Ignorance, partly from a aplrlt of foolhardy fid Tenture, put bit Ufa In jeopardy. 11 and hla companion were apendlng a vacation In the Yoaemtte Valley, and had been fishing for mountain trout on the Ulllouette. To-morrow," be aald, I ahall take a shower bath under the 1,700-foot f,n "You are a fool!" aald bit compan ion. "Not at all," cam th reply. "The river It very low. What there 1 of It turn to spray In th first buudred feet; It will simply com down Ilk rain. Why, you'd go under th Bridal Veil yourself! Ouly that's prosaic. This Is something big. Come on. Not I." But I was there to te. Th water, he had aald. came down, a consld- j ble part of It. lu rain and spray that j out on the wind Incredible di. ! tanee. But to crawl down, dressed In j - bathing -ult closer to th. main atream that fall to the pool and upon th rocks, with a murderous awlah In to air nd a roar In th ears like a j railway train, was daring to foolbardl , neaa. At any moment a veering wind ; might awing the whole mass upon th tall, slim figure backing tentatively on all four down tha Jagged talus slope, j hit eye glasses glinting cheerfully. A I steady breeze kept the fall awung out a little th other way, and the apray : bUrgeoned out far up the other alop. !Ti, roar waa deafeulng. A ,t onoe the wlml ghlfted. Tht j water twuug hack, aud lu a flash th ; human figure was blotted out lu a deluge that turned me alck. For a second, that seemed an hour, It play ed ou the spot fiendishly. It seemed to me, standing horrified there, and then slowly It swept away. And then there wa a movement, a ine oceans reil upon m. Com back to New England." EMERSON'S TRUE PLACE. "Share with Hawtborae and Po Primacy of American Letter." Emerson sharea with Hawthorne and Poe the primacy of American letters. Whitman must be counted with them as an original force In poetry. Ula Im agination had more volum and flow; he had command, at hla best, of a tell ing freshness and effectiveness of phrase; but In power of organization, in discernment of spiritual qualities, he falls far below tbe Concord poet For It la as a poet that Emerson must be reckoned with; the limitations of hla prose, the lack of order in his thought, and of thorough and large structure in hla style, are due to the poet's method in dealing with bis sub ject. He has enriched our literature with a few poems of such directness ot vision. "ch captivating simplicity lKery. such ultimate felicity of V". "t "ey 'u tay noia ot tne imagination or remote generations. of remote He was not great in volume of emo tion, In tidal force aud sweep of Im agination. In that fullness of life which comes to tbe poet whose genius Is charged with elemental power as waa Dante's and Shakspeare'a. He did not look at Christianity with the fresh and original Insight which he brought to other subjects. He saw the disorder of society, but he did not seem to real ize the tremendous significance of sin as moral evil. And although he said striking and profound things alxnit Christ, he failed to take the measure of the dlvinest personalty In history a failure due la part to the force of the religious reaction In which be lived, and In part to bis fundamental view of life. In spite of these limitations, he re mains In many respects the finest product of the old race In the new world; the loftiest Interpreter of its fundamental Idea and mission; one of the deepest and noblest of Its teachers; of a life so simple, so blameless, so nobly polned between vision and tank :bat to recall It Is to catch a glimpse of the spiritual order of life, and to believe in the dreams of the pure and the great.-Hamilton Wright liable In the Outlook. MONKEYS WHO DINE AT A TABLE. The New York zoological garden In Bronx park boasts three very intel ligent monkeys Dobong, Pretty Peg gy and Polly who were caught by the camera while enjoying a meal al fres co, Their table manners may not be of the best In tbe world, but they have learned to use a fork and to drink out of cups and mugs without disgracing themselves or their tutors. Curator Dltmar and Simian Keeper Miles. The trio dine In public only twice a week, on Saturdays and Sun days, and on those days are watched by admiring hundreds. Not Wholly Frank. "Can you sincerely say that you never descended to hypocrisy?" asked the man of severe standards. "Well," answered Mr. Bllgglns, "I must confess that I once sat and lis tened to my daughter's commencement essay and pretended to be as much en tertained at If I were at a baseball game." Washington Star. lie Knew the Man "What will my wife do If you tend me to Jail?" pleaded the prisoner. "I think she'll do better," returned tbe Judge. Tbe efficacy of the club hut never been fairly estimated. Ha ideal Woman's Medlclna. So says Mrs. Josle Irwin, ol 32S So. College St., Nashville, Tcnn., oi Lydia E. Pinkbam'i Vegetable Compound. Never In the history of medicine ha th demaud for one particular remedy for xenial disease rtuiUed that at tained br Lytlla K. lMnkhiim'a Veartiilile Compound, and never during the lifetime of this wonderful medicine baa the demand for it born so great aa It is to-day. From the Atlantic to the Paclfla, and throughout the length and breailih of this prcat continent come the glad tidings of woman' sufferings relieved by It, aud thousand upon thousand of letters are pouring' In from grateful women saying that It will and posi tively does cure th. worst form of female complaints, Mr, riiikhnm lnrltMi nil wo men who nro puzzled, nbout their health to writ) her Ht Lynn. Mawtii, for alvl. Siirh 'rr apoiideiuce la seen by women ouli, mad no clmrice I nuido. Qcncva. Only 33 per cent ot the inhabitants of Geneva are natives of the city; 21 pre cent are Iiom other Swiss places, and 47 per cent are foreigners. I in'F Y V'ri sktrt (ir.irtT ati.i LaUlC rrlih. lj-t. V Ituttmt.. HucHlr.. Honk, or l-ln.. Allv.mr il ,l,t.r en( It. f-.-n,l 'iv fttr HiJ. ami lriv. U rne-ul.. I A KOl.I.M'I K to., IU)oiu I., t. antU-i.lar Wo. a. rurtiand. Or. REJERSON MACHINERY CO. (.u-'""r- to J 'tin r".j Foot of MorrlDOfi Strevl. PortUnJ, Oregon 1 he Kit ... llnu r intiiif- A f hiiii - til run II VIvm antl til wor-tintf part furerM up J h i . IUV 4 h. p , :v; 6 h j . ' i'ut m its tie ..! I ne an-t then it u !, ' W rit (t.f it!nttfttt ratal. .true ami fof rrl.- on anythuig you uti in th mn'tiuirrj ,h,a. PORTLAND ACADEMY A5E50USH A.VD CUSSm KHOOL KJK BOYS AND um Fits both f"r Kewtfrti f.iii.'rt-, rr,mrr al l rtvfiLtutar ht tinlit-lt t, A twtli f"rir'. will, tin- tHipoditnuMiU ait.) mN'r !i"it f a -rt h-'tii-. Internum In wit of tht -ii:,Mt ifil"ti f lit" Wit- roHjtt. lim!tj tmiij tU t-t.UtiYui. or tufaifttciif t!int fORTLAND ACADEMY. FORTLAND. OPEMW fele THE ure Alcohol, Cfium, Tobacco Using A Write fof lUUST RATED Circulars ffajr torao"fTlr. Poll HAND, OUZ Ttitphone rVinJS- TAPE WORMS A P worn Ifjbteen reel long- at leant nam on tbe ecea alter mi lkn. to CASt AKKTS. Tula lam aura ,aa cauJ mv bed health for th past three rears 1 am till Sale In- CaacareU, the only cathartic rurlur of ouce by sensible people." uo. w. Bowi.is. uaird, M aa neaaant. Palatal.i. fcumt Tale dona Do .wi. ,.. aiwoii, . H,,n ur unce we, &c abe. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... SWItae Bmm4f I ,. UM. Halixl. yt, u IW'BAli elau Ul ; t as I'ubaeeo Uat.IL USB- KOPAUNE- TO BEAUTffr YOU? HOMES JL JT". FOR rMSfiNO U f CHAJXS. TABLES. i1 rz ooffs. ere n . g U DtS HARD. fV PI WU "OT SCfiATCH I j'V ' 1 24 5iADSA COiOfiS I r ROM DEAL e& No 30-tOOJ, v H EN writing Ut odverttaera pleMC wniiiMm in ia yktir. tUHU WHtnl All tui M.U, fy-Minh byrup. Tfcsui li-joO. v In tlmfl. N.jM bflniaril-fs ff CJr CATHARTIC jk k'Jw T a SlTlo -aj aWal CIVIU WAR'S FIRST VOLUNTEER. Mai. t a.rlee K. keo.t,ho ' ' L1,r' ln al Waahlaaloo. Th first volunteer for th Civil War Is still living. H I lr- CUrm K. lUnd. of Washlimton. l. C. rellrt-4 from acuv t'v tic hy reasou of troubles ouit wounds received nearly forty yvr ago. A certlllcats lu the Capitol of New York Mtate at Al bany tltests the priority of Dr. Us mi's tender of his services. Th n. c. r. tarn certificate Is slgutsl hy the Mayor and two protnlueut clll teus of llatavU, N. Y., lo hy th i.,.tv Clerk aud the Sheriff of Wetie- s, County, statlug that lu lees than 10 minute after the call or rresiur.u Lincoln. April 15, 111. for 7J.000 vol unteer was taken trotn th wire th name of Chartea K. Hand was eitrolh-J a a soldier. Auiong all the war rec ords at Washington the la none of an earlier enlistment than that of lr. ii,,ii.l a i,.l the honor has therefor been given him hy common consent. v..t ..nlr was Ir. Hautt tn nrsi toi- uiitcer for the Civil War, hut he wa alo the Brut soldier to win the Cou greeatlonal medal of honor for dlstln gulsbed gnlsutry In actitn. This event ,.i,rri at HlM.-khurn's Kord. Vs.. lu less than Hire months after his enlist ment. Ills command waa ordered to retreat, and every man obeyed sav young Hand, at the time but IS year f .L.,v The rest of his battalion, num bering 6tJ men. was swept In disorder from th Held, but Ksua neiti nis ground, notwithstanding th fact that the Held was plowed by shot and shell all about him. Th enemy dually ab solutely refused to tlr at the boy. standing bravely alone and shooting at them as coolly as If he hsd a thousand men at his back. Kami theu crept acroas a deep ravine slid Joined the comma ud of tieu. A. II. Itanium. lr. Hand's patriotism and gallsutry have becu recognized by two Govern ors of the Stat of New York and by tlir.-e I'rcs'dcata. He was twice per sonally honortxl by President IJucolu. New York remembered him with a gold medal appropriately lncrlbed, and the V nlted Smtrt goternuient ha pre-ai-ntnl hi in with a plt lu the most beautiful part of Arlington ceumery. where, at the proper lime, the State uf New York will erect a monument worthy of the first man to offer his service ss a volunteer during Ihe great rebellion. SIRAWBERRIES IN LESS FAVOR. Uuclor Looking Aaksnc at Them lookeil Ko.nl kicuiiai-l led. In spite of the strawlierry's centu ries of popuhirlty, It Is by no niennt a wholesome fruit for everybody. It Is not easily digested raw, slid doc tors uaually forbid It to children un der . Its acUl is peculiarly unwholesome for persons of rheumatic tendency, and the fnill Is little leas thsu a poi son to some couatltiMlous. The doc tor books do not set down the straw berry among the vegetable poliis, but whnt U popularly known as straw berry poison Is very common at the spring season of the year, says the New York Sun. Mitrkixl cases of strawberry poison ing are attended with fever, lassitude and other disagreeable symptoms. In some case tne race and body are marked with large areas of strong red. aiii,'tctltig at first scarlet ferer These areas run lilt odd looking patches, aud In some Instances become almost purple. The usual remedy Is to ult eating strawberries, but sometime the pa tlenta reniilro correcrtre niedlclm-s Many who have had the disease, If such It should be cslled, are able after a cure to eat th berries In modem tlon. Some, however, can never again est so ninny as half a dozen stmwber ries wun sarety. A lucsy rew con tract a strong dlstaate for the berries rt it aucn an atiaca, ana have no climvulty In leaving them off their bill of fare. Borne, who cannot eat the straw berry In lta natural condition, can eat It cooked, and the. doctors recommend tbe cooking of (bis and other berries for children. In fact, the doctors are hy no means so warm In their rec ommendatlon of fruits In their natural condition as they were a few years ago, and tome have taken the attitude that most fruits, especially when not grown practically under the eye of the conauiner, are more wholesome cooked than raw. Even the apple lias been attacked, and many persons are advised to ent baked apples rather than raw apples, no matter how fresh and mellow. An additional reason why cooked frtilts are recommended lies In the fact that o large a part of the fruit in the New York murket Is sold after being from a few days to many months in cold storage. What the Marriage wa Worth. A little group was dleeinuiliig nuir rlnge fee when one of them related the following story: "A, young couple callwl on t minister I Irjiew," until he, "and were married. When It was over the new-made husband said: i nm Sfirry, but I have only $1 with me and we need that to get home with.' 'That's all right,' aald the minister. 'You come around In one yenr and give me what ever the Job seems worth to you,' The groom snld he would do It, and they went away." "Did h ever show up?" "Yet, he came back in a year ntid In sisted that the minuter pay hlin $.").' Mwirteet or Itiril. Kcamen generally believe thai the frlyafe bird can start at duj break with the truile wind fsom the coast or Africa mid roowt the same iilght up,n the AiiiitIciiii shore. Whether tliU Is a foct bus not yi In-, n eonclualvglv determlned, but It Is certain that this bird la the swiftest of wIi;ki... eie.i tures and Is able to fly, under favor able conditions, 2J0 miles an Imiir. Kvery one who thinks ho Is unlm-kv can find something happenlu' every dny to prove It. Were you worth tlie pi-Ice to yoiu uiolher she paid for you? nr- nil II IS Mr Hr-KII-NH BENEFIT 1 0 if U If B S1W Sy I). M. C. 0, A wnslantly Increasing iinmbef ol . L...I..I. .......rilx I'ertina lu lhair pilVRiiinu. ...... reutilar prattle. , . 1 It baa proven lta ntrrlta o thorough, ly that even tb tltK tort hav overcome their prejudice agshul ao clll -JI mliclnaand rctmuind U lo their ' patients. , I Advls Women to I's Ponirt. Say Or. (lee. i Dr. M. V. Ho 1 una ol th physl dsns who en.l.iiMi IVrnna. In lttr written Irom 61H Jone Hei Jranclsco, fal., be " rhere t a general obm-oil on th part ol th r' tiling physician to ad-vm-at tent medicines, but alien any on nivtllcln cures htiiulreil ol peopl. It demonstrate Us owu value ami one not need th endorsement ol th pre l aion. "Peruna has performed so many wonderful cure In San I ramlsvo thl I am tonvliued that It I valuable remedy. I ha fremicntlv advised Its u fur women, as I find It Insures regular snd painless menstruation, ture leucorrhoe and ovarian troubles nd bullda up th entire ytm. I alio consider I. on ol th flnest ca tarrh remedies I know ol. I heartily endorse rotii medicine." M. C. tiee), M. V. Mr. K. T. tladdls. Marlon. N. C Is onaol lr. llartttian's grateful patient. Sh consulted him by letter, followed his directions, and Is uow abl lo say th following: "Itefoi I comtiiauced to take reru ns I cold nut do any hard work with out enflerlng great pain. I took l'ru. in. aud can sav with pleasure that It has don ! medicine itior tot m tliail any oilier 1 hav rr luken. Now I . am as well as ever; I do all my own jdleeae .l!llct one-Iislt ot lit popll work aud it never hurls me at til. I j lb I'm 14 HI!. If you do not derlv prompt and satisfactory rults from th us of I'. rue. rite at oik to Or. Martman. giving a toll statement of your tmn and h will b pleased lu give you M vaiuani ivsr gran. Address Dr. Martman, iTesidsot ol Ohio. Limited Opporlenlty. "Did you tall at Rosier' house?" inquired th young doctor's wife, "Ye, and I wish lie had sent lor me sioner. irarlous! Is h rionsly III?" Quite th revreae. I'm afraid he'll I all right again Iwfor I gel In a half doaen visits. Making Allewsnaes. Dronsou I dou't eee why joasbotild be so angry at tour son (or marrying. W hav to make allowance (or tb young you know. Miinson Confound It, that' what I'm kicking about! I not only hav to make an allowance (,r bin , but now I'll hav to make one lor hi wife, too. Clvk Pride. "I don't know what we re goin' to do, about them two laadiu' rltuens," said j llrtincho IU,b. 'They're baikln' for, one another with all shooters Irom uiornin' tilt night." "lias an Insult paaw-d?" "No, it wasn't an Insult, but m doubt ail as to which wae' ii oldest Inhabitant, an' th'-y'r btb deteriiiiiied to snttl tli tiirellon fur good an' all. (iUUD BLODlJi SPEAKS FOR You know when rich, red Motxl in veins, tor it atiowu in the triKlnr9it beauty and clrnrnc.i.i of the complexion skin, and robust, healthy constitution. thut impaitn sttcnth ami energy to healtbfultirs-i agi tf,nr. (UhhI lUxxi lo ix physically un l mentally sound It I'cople with kjkI bltMxl posscsastrouif, Steady ncrvc.t and ate bleat with P'xkI apfctiti and digestion, ntxl enjoy tound, refreshing alerp. If we could always maintain the purity of the blood tlicn we, iiiikIiI enjuy pcriiettml health, but it lx-comrfl infactcl and poisoned and motit of the ills that afflict humanity and undermine the constitu tion are caused by an impoverished or polluted condition of this vital fluid. When the blood is diseased the akin loses its healthy appearance, ami the complexion, its freshness and beauty and becomes red ami rotiKh nnd full of pimples and splotches. Itching, scaly eruptions, blat khcads, boils and ranlies break out upon the body when the Hood is too poor or too thin nnd ncid, and is not supplying- proper nourish ment to the system. Debility, pint appetite, bad digestion, rcsllcss sleep and nervousness more often come from sluggiHh, impure blood than nnv other cause. To build up the blood, restore Its lost propertlct aud make It rich ana nutritious again is the only rational treatment, nnd the proper way to get nd of skin troubles. Tlicre is no remedy like S. S. 8. to accomplish thil disappear, the appetite Improves, the complexion clears and you get rid of those miserable depressing feelings and nervousness, and enjoy once more the ZTu' Kl"" he,,h: S-s' S- U naturc, "'y forH Ul "J in tliH' W,l.. my,,B"B w-l whatever, but is guaranteed purely vegetable. desired C gC meli'", dvic or oll,cr MowMu W 8WIFT SPCCtnC CO.. ATLANTA CA. YOUR CHANCE IN LIFE !-. Ti v - ""J'":1 Hint hits Imtn oflered to I ' ) V" 1 '" "v,'fl"'k if- IVrliH.s you will I r 1 "' '! ,,u""" "" ''". We lltyou priiclii'iilly e n, ' """";'". "I"1 gelling yon a position when i. , ; ,""r,1?r ",l,IKl"M ftr" ' ""Ployed. That's tho ' v' " v: 'V"""" " vr in d.iuht with our gni.lti- lu"n "ow ""d wriu' u" BEHNKn-WALKI-R BUSINESS COLLnQL;, lta.ll...,t.... aa.. .. the Uai,i wVi,.,1!, ,','! , ' '"l". V'r oa.t, w -1, ,un-l.ae,l a, mac t AL II ol San CrcnclMo, think rmo I f ' niedl.-ln Im womankind." Mr. K. T. (iaddli. Woman r erlslly liable to . vie ratal rh, lemal weakness as it ti eommnnly rallinl, I'ernna occupies unhU position I nmlli-al vrlenc. It Is the only inter, nsl systemallc mtatrlt reunxly known to tli medical plofeeelon today. ('. urrh.es every on will admit, I the ... - L. - I ftl, .1 1 L eaoesi wi vii-hi u...-. nn sttlict mankind. Catarrh and tatsrrl.sl tbe llarlinsa aaurtum, voiumnus, Th Meat Dentate Iwtl. Th moet doll, at real Is iimje by It sing on and of fine Ibresl ol glsee. Tb alum to b weighed Is place. I at tli trew eoa anu m uegrwn oi tne wiunii of th thread utidr II I ntd. This ! ha to fc dtn unJr a laes whiih niagtilflfs 100 lime. Tb ureet warry. W!ry Waggle Ar y luteiasted In th cbalnle birfiie, Tlu,? Tired Tim No; tb rblole dog la lb only thing llisl wornrs n.e Wtrld't Comic. Could Mealto Tw. "My th wy," said tb doctor, "th president I talking shool lb 'fighting virtues.' IVhal ai the?" "Well," remled th profeeeur, "there ar betievulenc and ran I Ion, for instance. The ar always flglitii ach oilier." Chit-ago Irlbiib. What Me Mrrt4 O. "Tom II ! Insula mtiried, yuu sr, ot 1 10 wnk? That look ier any : how. W hat wa b working si" "Nothing. It was th girl that wet earning the 1 10." ITSELF is coursing thrmiRb. :oursmg tbnmgh V ' V V is .f the eye. the Xfl'tftK , the smcxith, fair Vf,Wrj It is good Mood ' It U iro.nl hl.xx! the body ami keep it In a utate cl is the foundation of gi health, and must be kciit puie attd uutalntcd. t ws in wretched beJth ray blood WM ,n b4 order, mr gum being very much nlceratwL I twtan the lu era. a. a., an4 la a remarkably short Urn tM sonoil ao4 wll. Mr PP Ut tncrwajwl wronaarfuliy nd mt food ard with me. I tblok II is fine family medicine. HKS. M. 1L DATlDtJOII. Bockmeri, Oa. Ver three year X had Tttr oa mt hands. 1'art or th tlm thedleeee waa In th form of running core, vary painful and oaualn lue muck dieootufort. Vour doetors said tb Tetter bad progreeeett to far to b cured, and they eould do nothing for nie. Hook only three bottle of D I S. nd wa completely eu red. This ws fifteen year ago, and I hav nevsr Ino seen any sign or toy old trouble. atiUJ. L. B. JACKSON. 97 At. Paul St.. Xanaa Olty, Ka. and It doet it promptly and thoroughly. S. S. S. antitloteg and removes from toi blood all poisons and humors, nnd restore It to a normal, healthy condition, nnd In vigorates aud tones up the gencrul health. When rich, red Mood ia again flowing thr,.til. ....... -II i.!L ....ft!..., Thought U Dead? We're Very Much Alive. S. B. Ileadath and Liver Cur Still Do ing Its (Ireat Work. S. I). Cough Syrup. Everybody Take It. Everybody Like It. AT AL.L, I)RUOOI8T "' ll'lr tnwrller oil - tallies lur our new wtiuul.