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A Pneumatic Ida
Mr«- Fiji*—The Nuweds »re poing hi take their honeymoon tour in an lutoinbi le. Mr. Fijit—What n pneumatic idea. (1er Loving friend*. Maud— Mabel is trying to catch j, e n ew minister, isn't she? Irene—Desperately. She thinks ht rould have proposed the other even if he hud come prepared, but that e was tflporaneously. —Leslie's Weekly. ng afraid to undertake it extem I Cuban Tradesmen Have Helpers. ''Every Cuban must have his hclp r " says an army oliicer who has j een serving in the island, an not hire a carpenter for an hour less you provide him with a lieljicr | hun Y his hammer and nails and \ [■talk to him." "You i Why He Went. A_I say, come around to my house We're going to have a this evening, little whist party. B—All right, I'll come. You can me to go anywhere to play coax whist.—Tit-Bits Delaware Governor's Social Precedence. The fact that little Deleware is tin oldest state in the union gives he governor social precedence over other state executives who may shan with him any official entertainment in Washington.—Ladies' Home Jour a I ual. if A Postmaster's Modest Salary. I The postmaster at Grand Tunwell, Ipa., threatened to resign because hia income amounted to only 13 cent.; a [day. Then he fell sick and the otlice [was abolished. I Why He Never Attains Her Ideal, I A man who is earning the living [for a family doesn't have time to live [up to his wife's ideals, and by the time he has made liis money he is too eld and wants to he comfortable. There Is a certain disease that haa come down to us through many cen turies and is older than history itself, yet very few outside ol those who have learned from bitter ex perience know anything of its nature or tharacterietics. At first a little nicer oi lore appear a, then glands of the neck or groins swell; pimples break out on the breast, back or some other part of the tody and Ail with yellow pustular matter ; the mouth and throat become sore and the tongue is at all times badly coated. Headaches are frequent, and muscles and joints throb and hurt, especially during damp, rainy weather. These are some of the symptoms of that most loathsome ol diseases, Contagious Blood Poison. _ This strange pois ContaglOUS on does not affect all alike ; some are literally eaten up with it within a short time after being inoculated, while others show but (light evidence of any taint for a long time after exposure, but its tendency in every case is to complete destruction of the physical system, sooner or later. 8- S - f " a safe *r d in [ allibl f. ?" re t or this bad disease—the only antidot" for this specific poison. It cures Contagious Blood Poison in every form and stage thoroughly and permanently. S. S. S. contains no Mercury, Potash or other harmful minerals, but is strictly and j entirely a vegetable remedy, and we off« ; fr.ooo.oo reward for proof that it " "J" OVH. MEDICAL ™ r °sT£ j DEPARTMENT, j 8 doing a nobfa work In relieving suffering. Giva our j physicians a short history of your oase : and got their advice. This will cost yon nothing, and what you say will bo held in strictest confidence. With their help and a copy of our book on Contagious Blood Poison you manage your own case and cure your •elf at home. Disease ill Blood Poison can SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlasta, 6 a IWEATHERWISÉ. 1 AND / OTHERWISE! WHY BONI T 0 m«t ; m/A y > 'm//, ^sh bws® //'// OILED // ////. CL.OTMIPW 3 * •X.ACK 0*7 YELLOW / AND KLZ? DBYT KWARe OP IMITATIONS. LOOk F0» ABOVE: TRADE MAh» . CATALOGUES FREE Showing Full Line of Garments and nat TOWER CO.. BOSTON.M if j/resoMffiooojh/mfif/i ! BEN writing to ndvertl*«r* pi«*«« mention thin paper. »• K. V. No. la, 190Ä. i Good. Vm Coach Bynip. In tiro*. Sold Ihr drugglHt«- EL i ffiH j ». J a pose to long lie Health «« For 25 years 1 have never missed taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla every spring. It cleanses my blood, makes me (eel strong, and does me good in every way." — John P. Hodnette, Brooklyn, N.Y. ! |. ! do, 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,courageous. That's what Ayer's Sarsaparilla will do for you. $1.00 a bottle. All druizlsts. I one ly, Ask y«»ur doctor what he thinks of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Ho knows all about this grand old family medicine. Follow his advice and we will be J. C. Aykk Co.. Lowell, Maas. The Dili ere nee. Pater—You are very forward, sir. In my day the young man waited until he was asked to call. Young Man—Yes; and now he waits until lie is asked not to call. —Tit Bits.. get In Accord—Nitl Her Mother—John, I think Mary's voice should be cultivated, if it don't cost too much. Her Father—It can't cost too much if it will improve it any.—Baltimore World. Cigarettes Consumed in Germany. Last year 386 tons of cigarettes, valued at $1,737,000, or fully five times as many as 10 years ago, were consumed in Germany. These ciga rettes came from France, Austria Hungary, Russia, Turkey, Egypt, Algeria and the United States, 60 per cent coming from Egypt. Knew her Man. . . Ho wns desperately in love with her but lacked the courage to propose. "This lino," she said, as she bent over Bis hand, "indicates that you j lave a ] ontr life Ivefore you; this one ; , , f , this one an arti-tio temperament, j that you lack courage. " Being a dull and stubborn brute, j n ] W uys ready to prove other people : H - , ' , —Indianapubs Sun. 1 ' 1 1 VALUE OF ADVERTISING. I would as soon think of doing busi ness without clerks as without adver tising. JOHN WANAMAKKR. Nothing, except the mint, can make raone- without advertising. GLADSTONE. When you pay more tor the rent of f our business house than for advertls ng your business, you are pursuing a policy. If you can do business, be known. „„ ........ FRANKLIN. rash let it Reasoning From Analogy. A toddler of five, who, a short time before, had been allowed to select one kitten from old Tabby's litter, the others being drowned, was carried by liis nurse into the dimly lighted room to take his first peep at his triplet baby brothers. He looked them over critically, and, turning to his mother, said : "Mamma, let's keep the blue eyed » » ono. und this one An Eye for Harmony. Miss Ethel—Oh, Mrs. Brown, do introduce that man over there to me! Mrs. Brown—I rlon't see who you wish to know him, dear. He doesn't dance. Miss Ethyl—1 know that, but I want to sit out with him. He goes with my dress so beautifully. Encouraging Him. "If I thought any girl would accept " casually remarked the bashful Mr. Dolyers, "I'd propose to her to morrow." "Why not this evening?" asked Miss Fosdick, coyly. The affair will take place in about a month. —Devoir Free Press. - (Hi Wealth. "I love you more than all my wealth !" exclaimed the leading hero of the play as he folded the leading Jady in his arms. "Humph!" she whispered as her head lay on his shoulder. "You know you get only $12 a week. • ' But the audience did not hear this. me, ! Easily Bluffed. 'Say, my friend, in describing that house of yours in the suburbs, you say it is contiguous to the railway station." , u "Eh 1 Did the type» make it con contagions, of tiguousf It means course. '-—Cleveland Plain Dealer. lie Didn't Fish—Are you a Brown'■ hand? Sprat—Yee; but I didn t. Fish—Didn't what? Sprat—Suit her.—Tid-Bits. suitor for Mias i A DeHt Outlook. Stranger (in Frozen Dog)—I sup pose a jh <et would be liable to starve to death in this place. Broncho Bill— Well, if he lievd long enough to starve to death he'd lie gosli-al mighty lucky.—Puck. 99 A Sly Dog. She—It's no use bothering me, | ! Jack; 1 shall marry whom I please. * |. He—That's alt 1'm asking you to ! do, my dear. You please mo well enough. Neighborly. I F.ezymark—Didn't you borrow my lawn mower last summer? Mr. Nextdore—Oh, did 1? have to look it up. Eezymark—Don't bother; you can keep it and I'll get a new one. Mr. Nextdore—Very well; the old one didn't cut my grass very smooth ly, anyhow. 111 * 1 1 io ."state Journal. Porch talk. "Children nowadays don't catcli lightning hugs, as we used to." "No; well they do seem old fash- j ioned, now that everything else is lighted by electricity." — Chicago Record-Herald. Misjudged. Mrs. Bilks —\\ hat an awful face I'd l>e afraid to that prisoner has. get near him, lie looks so murderous. Mr. Bilks—That isn't That's the judge. a prisoner. Adulterated "They say that apple butter is adulterated a great deal now," said! Mrs. Cumso. 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Life was a drag to me and I felt like giving up. I had several doctors, but they did me little good. I began to use Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound four months ago and am in better health to day than I nave been for years. All my pains are gone. Your Vegetable Compound haa made me well. I recommend it to all suffering women.''— Mrs. S. J. Watson, Hampton, Va. Whan there la one remedy that la sure, and hundred« o t thousands of women know from ex* perlcnce is reliable, in it wine to experiment with untried and comparatively unknown medlclneer ft* i We have deposited with the National City Bark, of t.vnu, $s ouo. which will be paid tu aay per son who can find that the above testimonial lettet is not B'nuine. or was published before obtaining the writer's t peclal permission. I. vins It Finkbai« Mbdicin* Co. REWARD $ 5000 °nia.ïs»iffî^^sv c Pwmmm Rbmbdy Co.. 8t. Pool. 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Walla a Agents, Spokane, & yOHSZej rs TESTED ID TRUE GUARANTEED. USED AND SOLD EVERYWHERE 1 Railroad to Thunder Mountala. Omaha, March 17.—The Union Pacific is preparing to make an entrance to the Thunder Mountain mining country irt Idaho, and i» sending several surveying partie» to secure the liest route. Five route» will lie surveyed from |Miints on thu Oregon Short Line from Kcd Itock to Weiser, Idaho. It is staled at headquar ters that travel to that country has al ready become large and preparations are making for the moving of several thons nul people to Thunder Mountain «luring the spring.