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Deavty Is DIod Deep.
Clean blood means a clean skin. Ko beauty without it. Caaca rets, Candy Catfiar tic elean your blood and keep it clean, by tfirriag up the lazy iiver and driving all im parities from the body. IVgin to-day to fcanish pimples, kus, blotches, blackheads, ted that sickly bilious complexion by taking DftseareU, beauty for ten cents. All dnj fiata, aatiafaetion guaranteed, 10c, 23c, 50c Tbr TJ'.ica Knitting Company ha dHdtd infivsy iU eapiUl stock from $100,000 to COO.OOO. bo. 2. CONSULTING A WOMAN. To Cure A Cold In One Day. Tak Lt ttive Hrorno tannine Tablets. A1J iru4it refund money if it f ails to cure, iic. The I'eniraa Manufacturing Company, aris. Out., wi 1 make u Ur,;o addition to its toderwrar factory. Don't Tobicro Spit and Srnoi Tccr IdTe Away. To q ti i t tobacco easily and forever, te mac etic. fu'.l or hre. nerve and vU;or, talce No-To-lac. the wonderworker, that n;akcs weak men front- All dtufi;:st3,I0corll. Cureguaran fced Ilookkt and sirup'e free. Address lulling KeuicJy Ca, Chicago or New Yorir Homo T.Of.O 0 tons of c-n are annually eil in the United Kingdom iu thy manuf.tc r? of The Ed'-ll-l '1 (. C.I Cotton Manufacturing Vrn( fny hiM n.i'- 1 thi order for th-; ad aUon of 2,IU) .-i in.ll. To Curo Cotiitlpatlc.ri I'oreei, Tr.ke C;u;iurets Candy C.aiiarlic lOccvtSf. I C C C fad to cure, dru-iiU refund Euoacy. I,njt year tl:; United ewiri rn;i hiri'-s i o tie v ml ty j ewriLt-r.- Worth ?1. State.- ,io't"d of 2,:U',000, . 0 .On). No-Tt)-l'.nc for Fifty Cents. Gnp.-atced to.naeeo nab t re. re. n.akes wen!: tkta HUOUfc'. L.ooa pare, fic,t' AJl OrujfiSts. rni.'l'.ill. t V..o!mi Mil!- Company, North lil!"riM M:m., is lniii li!i' a n.w dye hou-o Cvi a laro f..itir--torv ad ltti n. Mrs. Pinkh.am'3 Ad vie o Inspires Confidenco and Hopo. Rflncite "-vir ltorl Wll li Casrarjir. Can-ly V.vhai t i. eure const ipntion forever. KcSSc. If C. C. C. fall. dr-.imsiN refund mous. Cotton I Still tho Atneriran Kin;. t. The annual report of Secretary Hes ter, of the New. Orleans Cotton Ex :hange, for the cotton year. 1S07-S, jeccntly fiidf-d. indicates a greater ad rance in all branches of the cotton in jury than has hitherto been reported. M 1 1.109.904 bales, the crop shows an Increase of nearly 2,230,000 bales over lb at of the previous year. The total ralue, $320,553,000. U over $1,300,000 ;ess than that of a year ago. owing to i reduction of about $S per bale. Largest Grower of Cotton. James II. Richardson. Mho died re cently on one of his plantations in Mississippi, was not only the lar:;.sl jndlvidual trrower of cotton in tin; world, but also the owner of one of the best appointed plantations In th-j tountry. There is in operation on one if his places in Mississippi a complete railroad, devoted exclusively to the Service of the plantation. He employed several thousand hands upon his va rious plaeos. which are located in Mis sissippi, Arkansas and Louisiana. Pains and Aches Examination by a male physician is a hard trial to a delicately organized woman. She puts it off as long1 as she dare, and is only driven to it by fear of can cer, poh'pus, or some dreadful ill. Most frequently such a woman leaves a physician's oflico where she has un dergone a critical examination with animpression.more or less, of discour agement. This condi tion of the mind destroys the eifect of advice; and she grows worse rather than better. In consulting Mrs. Pink ham no hesitation need be felt, the story is told to a woman and is wholly confidential. Mrs. Pinkham's address is Lynn, Mass., rdic offers sick women her advice without charge. Her intimate knowledge of women's -roubles makes her letter of advice a wellspringof hope, and her wide experi ence and skill point the way to health. " I suffered with ovarian trouble for seven years, and no doctor knew what was the matter with me. I had spells which would last for two days or more. I thought I would try Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. I have taken seven bottles of it, and am en tirely cured." Mrs. Joiis Foreman, 20 K. Woodberry Ave., Baltimore, Md. The above letter from Mrs. Foreman is orilv one of thorrnnds. n UIy wife had pimples on lier face, but sho has been takin? CASCAKETS and they have all disappeared. I hud been troublec with constipation for some time, but after tak ing tho tirst Cascurct I have had no trouble with this ai nient. We cannot sneak too hich- l ly of f'ascarets." Futu Wartuan, &uj uermantown Ave. Philadelphia. Pa. fpQy CANDY fj VTy CATHARTIC On THE PAROT IN TRADE. Cm4 by a Collrrlor to Bawl JPrtiaat Tblos A boot DbC "No use to dun 'era! Xo use to dun 'em! They're deadbeats!" These words, uttered In EarM. piercing tones, attracted a crowd in the vicinity of Lincoln park. A well-dressed young man emerged from the vestibule of a residence, where he had been convers ing with a woman, and rushed down the steps to a covered fcuggy in front of the house. "Xo use to dun 'em! No use to dun 'em! They're dead beats!" "Quiet, Polly! Shut your mouth," cried the young man as be removed from the eat of the vehicle a large cage containing a particularly vicious looking parrot. After several times repeating its uncomplimentary protests the bird finally subsided and its master rcascended the steps to the vestibule, from which he soon emerged with some bank notes in his hand. j "It's an original scheme of my own," ; explained the young man a little later. . ana i n explain tfce scneme if you i J keep it mum. Sometime ago I was con- j i nected with an agency that employed j uniformed collectors and yellow wog- I ons.object being to intimidate the debt- j or, who would pay a just bill rather than te disgraced by having self-advertising bad debt collectors calling upon him every day. After time legal proceedings were taken by a disgusted debtor who had been persistently an noyed, and the wagons and uniforms were promptly suppressed. But are deadteats to escape paying their just dues on that account? I thought not, and recently devised the plan I am now carrying. into execution. People whose names are on the blacklist are gener ally shrewd enough to understand the situation and a settlement is at once made or arranged for. I have been operating for over a month, and in but one Instance has Polly been called upon to repeat her weil-rehedrsed act. I am told that complaints have been made to the police and I must make hay while the sun shines. Good day." "By-by! I'm a bird, I am!" shrieked the parrot, as the enterprising collec tor drove briskly away. Easy Work. "We've got to economize, Maud," said Henry. "It's absolutely neces sary." "Very well," returned Maud. "I shall give up your cigars." "And I will do without your fall bonnet," said Henry. Harper's Bazar. l'ctcnt. Taste Good. Of Rhoum -ti sin Mike Countless I housands Suff er. But this dif;tse Js cured by Hood's Sar- uparilla, whlh neutralizes tho acid ia tho Mood. If you havo any symptoms of ch mnatisn tako Hood's Sarsaparilia at jr.ee and do not w:it- tiin an i money on unknown prpu rations. '1 no mrit of Hood's Sar.parilla is unquestioned and Us record of cures unequalled. Hood's Sarsaparilla is Amerii-a'sl Jreat t st Medicine for rheu mat i-ni Hood's Pil.S euro a".l livtr-r ills, i") fculi. Pleasant. Palatable. Good, Never Sicken. Wen ken. or Grije. 10c, 2oc, 60c. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... terlin? ItrmiMlj itaprnir, (hie ca, MontrI, New York. SU lin -Tfl.RlP &o(i and guaranteed all drue-UU- I U-3AU gists to CIBE Tobacco Habit. 48 CUHtS WHrHE All ELSE f AILS. oest Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Use n iirac. Sold bv drv -.cists. Ml 1 U I E535K!3r?rSS7S and whiskey Habit cured at home with out pain. B -ofe of par ticulars font FRIT.. R.M.WOOI.LKY, M.I. On? 104 N. Pry or St Pnmit Michael Von Karuicki. tho Czar's ChamV'crlain. has invented and i perfected an excrelingly clever nppa- rat us for the preventiou of living bur- i i lais. i S!7. 50. -SPECIAL 0FFER.-SI7.50. I'm til .I.cv Of h we ar oTerin n three mouths' son .1 arshlp f..r $17. V r guiar rat- :t.itl. If youareiioS . H.iv i-. t-.M-- now. you can .wii I $2..V) to tcurf the i i.erj oi i uv i:n- xi .m u nen y i eonv t the hnr- fl Y I. I) V vi h 'Iriir n-rkiwir fi.riK ran mw can i-arn axn i-ay mat at liosjie. w. rkalieut s nt tiy runll h n v -Us anee. S n l v. i. r p.trt.euUr uti-l sai (1 on tr.n t for . nu-l-. iiu nt. HOMK KIIMY Ml.M ( . i:t Lincoln Mr-et.. UX I SI. MK. t)ften the Way. "Why, these are net the shoc3 I or dered," exclaimed the lady of the house, with extreme vexation. ' This Is a pair of expensive French kid. I can Dot afford such shoes as these." "Heg parden, madam." said the mes censer, respcclfully, " but you've open ed the wrong package. This pair is ycurs. The other was ordered by the house malJ." A Specific for Seasickness. Bright red spectacles, accompanied by internal duM-s of calomel, are the '.atest (Itrmna s-poeliie for seasickness. The theory is that seasickness is due to lack of Mood In the brain, while the ir.tluer.ee of the red color of the glasses sends blood to the brain with a rush. The theory Is rose-colored, whether viewed through red glasses or otherwise, but perhaps the calomel may have as larjto a part in the cure as the spectacles. I li'ive found lMw-'s Cure 'or ConFUinptu n an unfa 1 ntr rm-diein. F. R. Lotz, lllOO, scott, St.. fovint n, Kv.i Oct. 1 Mrs. Winslow's-oothin : - yrupfor children tt-flnijc, snftT:s the uum, reducing intltrai tlon, aila p.il i.eures w.n 1 c ic l'n a battle Fits perm m ntly cured. No fit ornrvn'i r.Ssfter first d r' us.-of Dr. Klin"sJJrent Nerve HestoH r.Strial bottle and treatise free Du. 11.11. Klink, Ltd..xd ,n ht. I'nili. I'.t. State or Ohio, Oitv p Toledo, Lucas County. i Frank J. Cheney makes o-th that nets th en. or partner of tn- fir:n o J. K. Cheney A: ( o..d-in ; i usine-n in the City o' '! o!edo, outi tv and Stite a ores itl. find thitaid Htm will tile sum of ONE Hl'NDKEt' 1K)I.I.ARS for o ch nd every c ise of catahkh that canno: cured by tuc ue of - II i.ia Ca.tarkh Ci'iiK. 'Frank J. cheneY. Sworn to Wfore rn ard bcribel in my ; i preen- -. this Ola d-y of eccmer, - 5EAL. V A. L. 1!V. A. NS . (iLEASOX, ( S Notiry lN.bi c. Ball's Catarrh Cure I taken Internally, and acts dlrvctlv on the blood and raucous ur-f-cesoftho lutein, send for testiraonUl. free. F. J. H2NY St Co.,"Toledo. O. Sold bv I)rujCi$t'. 75c. Hatl'8 Family ill are the bt. .Te know of nothing tetter to tear the lining of your throit tnd lungs. It is better than wet feet to cause bronchitis and pneumonia. Only keep it up long enough and you will succeed in reducingyour weight, losing your appetite, bringing on a slow fever and making everything exactly right for the gerrrvs of con sumption. Stop coughing anJ you will get well. Aprs Will cures coughs of every kind. An ordinary cough disap pears in a single night. The racking coughs of bronchitis arc soon completely mas tered. And, if not too f r along, ths coughs of con sumption are completely cured. of Ask your druggist for one Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plaster. It will aid the action of the Cherry Pcctorcl. If yvi hiT r.TY rrimi-Uint wlat fror aii'l i'.i-j!re "t!m l-t mdiral advice you i.ui jv.H)!y olti ti, write us" frT'y. uu wi!l'r'rche prompt fp-y t?rt irriy be of greut vatiKj't - T'.u. A''?rf-. Dli. J.'C. All-:::. Lowell, Mass. NTICK. When yuu itrbt-altrriUr ki d i mention lhi i;iter. Itwl.l Uti.in lri Ireot. nient aid faor ik. Sit. 2 WANTF.D-Caw rf bsd hPh tht RI P-A S B will not nt?'!t S(!,-l :'. ,-tn. tn Ulpan Ohrmlccl C., NewY irk, f-.r I t m.hj len mt.d liu tef.' iiO 'iilal. HDn DCY discovery: Ur I VJ 1 quick relief .r.d moy cnf fv r1 or bo k of tenn Dials and I U 1 i J Ur.tm'Dt I rn . lr H H VALll. IICM AiUbu Ok The Potash Question. A thorough study of the sub ject has proven that crop fail ures can he prevented by using fertilizers containing a large percentage of Potash ; no plant can grow without Potash. We have a little book on the subject of Potash, written by authorities, that we would like fb send to every farmer, free ol cost, if be will only write and ask for it. OER71AN KALI WORKfv 93 Naaaau St., New 1 orlu 01 raJffifi bill IHJU HI I 1 an fa "La Creole" Hair itestorer is a Perfect Oressinjf a t Kcstorer. Price 01. OO.