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Your doctor will tell you that thin, pale, weak, nervous chil dren become strong and well by taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Small doses, for a few days. Sarsaparilla The change is very prompt and very parked. Ask your doctor wHy it is. He has our formula and will explain. "When 19 Tftfim oM. for nvmv mmitltn no onethnm1tt I could live liMpntienf thin 1Ioim1. lint. In a few week. Aytr' SiriijiHrlllH com pleielv re.torprl ma tn lienllli " Mas. K. Bpckmikstkii, Vlneliiiid. N. .1. 01.00 a buttle. All drtii'fftt. .). C. AYKIt no.. for The Children Biliousness, constipation prevent re covery. Cure these with Ayer's Pills. VIGOR ETS art tiny, chocolate-coated, laxative tablets that move the bowels gently, yet thoroughly, each day, thereby curing CHRONIC CONSTIPATION Thsy are unequaled for Biliousness, Dyspepsia, Rick Headaches, etc. They cool, cleanse and purify the blood. Sold by all druggists at 25 cents. Trial size (15 doses) 10 cents For a FKEE trial package (8 doses) write Adams Co., San Francisco, Cal. Washing window curtains in winter can be acomplisbed by rubbing them in dry corn menl, and then allowing them to hang a little while In a brisk wind. Pilgrim. Made $3.50 SHOES Hen. W. I. Pmiglas makes ftiufftpllB more Men's i$:i.r0 shoes tliun any other imuiiifiictiirer In the world. WIO.OOO REWARD to any one who can disprove thil itatement. W. I Douglas 83.50 shoes are the ereateHt sellers In the worhl liecnuse of their excellent style easy fitting and superior wearing qualities. They are Just as good as those that cost from 85.00 to 7.00. The only difference is the price. XV, L. 1oukIhs Ht3.RO shoes cost more to make, hold their shape better, wear longer, and are of greater value than any other W3.50 shoe on the market to-day. W. L. louglns guar antees their value by stumping his name and price on the bottom of each, shoe. Look for it Take no substitute. W. I. louglas 3.50 shoes are sold through his own retail stores In theprin clpal cities, and by shoe dealers every where. No matter where you live, W. L. Douglas shoes are within your reach EQUAL $B.OO SHOES. ui have, worn W. I. Dotialas $3.50 shoes for pears, and consider them equal to any $5,00 shoe now on the market. They have gwen entire satisfaction." Win, II. Anderson, Heal Estate Agents Kansas City, Mo. Boys wear W. L. Douglas $2.50 and $2.00 hoe ft because they fit better, hold their shape and wear longer than other makes. W. I. Douglas uses Corona Coltskin in his $3.50 shoes. Corona Colt is conceded to he the finest patent leather produced. Fast Color Eyelets will not wear Brassy. W. L. DoufrlaB has the largest shoe mall order business in the world. No trouble to tfet a lit by mail. 26 cents extra prepays delivery. If you desire further information, write for dttustratea tutufipue w ajtrmv atvc W. L. DOUOLAS, Brockton. Hwi.f Lending His Hand. The occasion on which Prof. Far away was invited to speak In public were times of great anxiety to nls wife. If she succeedd In starting him for the platform properly clothed, and with bis notes In his hand, part of her cares vanished, but not all of them. One evening her husband was one of seven distinguished professional men from all parts of the country. His speech was clear that night, free from the absent-minded murmurs which sometimes interspersed his dis course, and as be seated himself Mrs. Faraway felt that he bad fully earned the burst of applause and then her cheeks crimsoned. "Did you see anything amusing about the close of my address, my dear?" asked the professor, as tbey started for home. "It seemed as if I heard sounds suggestive of merriment about me." ' "I don't wonder," sajd Mi s. Far away, who up to that time had main tained the silence of despair, "f r of all the people who applauded your ml dress, you, with your head In the air and your chair tilted sidewise, clapped the loudest and longest!" 99 Thoroughly Organized. Grogglns There's no more work .in this town for me, an' I'll starve. Broggins Why don't ye git out o' th' place, an' enter some other town? Grogglns I'd have to tramp there, and if th' reg'lar tramps should see me, I'd be mobbed. Broggins What fer? Ye used to be a tramp y'rself. Grogglns Yes, but I was expelled from the Amerlken Tramps' Benevolent Association, and now they'd mob me fer a scab. Broggins What was ye expelled fert Grogglns Fer workln'. tmlinary Diplomacy. "Now, Jane," said the boarding bouse landlady to the new waitress, "I want you to look over the papers carefully morning and evening and if they contain any bad news make a note of it and be sure to tell it to the boarders before serving them." "Very well, ma'am," replied Jane. "But what is the object, ma'am?" "Well," explained the landlady, "bod news always affects one's appetite, and that little scheme enables me to save a lot of provisions in the course of a year." His Sensible Advice. You grumble at de weather's ways, A-drowuiu' yo' delights; Ole Noah stood it forty days Forty days an' nights! You keep a-frownin' at de sky, An' weep, an' wail, an' whine; tfou better all be satisfy, An' rise yo'se'f an' shine! Atlanta Constitution. - flTC Permanently Cured. No AM or nev 1 1 1 J ouenesa after first day's in ef Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. Bend for FREB 12.00 trial bottle and treatise. DR. a. H. KLINE, Ltd., Rl Arch St., Ptalla 11vbla. Pa. IBett Cough Syrup Tastes Good. Di In time. Bold br druirtflsts. bunt. wntn. mil eloc rniL., aua. smjt- ,,ma i.7 t. u L.A.H.U. ifciMH.14 9 E i Those afflicted with Eczema more than can be told of the sufferine imnosed hv this "flesh fire. " It usually begins with a slight redness of the skin, which gradually spreads, followed by blisters and pustules discharging a thin, sticky fluid that dries and scales off, leaving an inflamed surface, and at times the itch ing and burning are almost unbearable. While any part of the body is liable to be attacked, the hands, feet, back, arms, face and legs are the parts most often afflicted. The cause of Eczema is a too acid condi tion of the blood. The cir culation becomes loaded with fiery, acid poisons that are forced through the glands and pores of the skin which set the flesh aflame. Since the cause of the disease is in the blood it is a waste of time to try to cure it with local applications; the cause must be removed before a cure can be effected. S. S. S. cured under the ordinary treatment yield to its purifying, cooling effect on the blood. Book on Skin Diseases and any advice wished, without charge THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO; ATLANTA, CAm Good Incomes made selling teas and coffee 30 and 4ti commission paid. Exclusive terri tory. Klther sex. Vor terms, etc., address CEYLON TEA CO., 114 E. Market Street, Los Angeles. SPECIALIST FOR MEN SINCE 1876; ALL nervous, skin, blood, private and chronic dis eases of both sexes.strlcture, urinary troubles and catarrh, CURED. Consultation free. Rupture cured without the knife. GUARAN TEE RUPTURE CURE CO., 520 W. Third St., Los Angeles. Take Angels Flight car. Record Breaker. Mrs. Hadden Hall My servant girl is always breaking dishes. Do you have any trouble of that kind with yours? Mrs. Bond Hill No, indeed; it keeps them so busy breaking records that they haven't time to bother with dishes. Mrs. Hadden Hall Breaking records? Why, what do you mean? Mrs. Bond Hill Every girl I get tries to break the record of her predecessor as a short stayer. I lj,, , I For Infants and Children. llllilThaKind You Have :B6il Always Bought ' AVbgetablePreparalionforAs- Hi v ,: similatingmcFoodandBeguIa- J ff j luig me Stomachs andBowel3 of jjQ&rS XHO ff , MMmi : signature j Promotes Digestion.Cheerfur- I f - iy j nessandResl.Containsneilher 1 nf J? 6 P Opium.Morphine norlineral. I UI B l if I 1Stot Narcotic. flLWlM" I Xtoje afOULr&WUELPtTCHZR SjlX; I PumJun Seat' . v ij! I Jt I Mx.SmM I l ! Io a Bock.lI, ScUt- I l MA v B I fnnb,t- I FX tflfi Ell : WmStJ.. I j 11 aJ ;- II f VI Ah M Qm Aperfecl Remedy forCorisUpa- I I W fy WWW I non.SourStomach.Diarrhoca I I ijf Worms .Convulsions .Feverish- 11 Fcc 0 rm tv ness And Loss of Sleep. 1 1 J i 0 1 U I S I Fac Simile Signature of ml 1 1 Thirty Years EXACT COPY OF WRABfiER. 'p fffa$ ls7 ssm I MU KfrMA FLESH know a Eczema made its appearanee on my left limb the size of my thumb in 1893, and spread until it was large as my hand, burning, itching and paining me, and for which I could get no relief, until see ing the other cures advertised by you I wrote and secured the advise of your physicians, commenced 8. S. S. and it cured me. Mayetta, Kan. J. H. SPElfC. has no equal as a remedy for Eczema; it enters the blood and forces out the poison through the natural channels, and builds up the entire system. The skin becomes smooth and soft again, and the Eczema is cured. Cases that have uersistentlv refused to be For bronchial trouLles try Plao'a Cure for Consumption.-' It Is a good cough medicine.' At druggists, price 25 cents. Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's toothing Syrup the best remedy to use for their children during the teething neriod. Capt. Leonard of the Indian medical stuff has invented a useful Instrument for cases of snake bite, which are so common in India. It consists of a small lancet mounted in a hofiW handle, which Is filled with per manganate of potash crystals. ' As AbfcreVlated. Said a young physician named Proctor, "I thought I was my grocer's Dr. But according to his statement by letter, It seems that I am only his Dr." THI OCimUII SOMPANT. NCW TOUR OCTY.