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SUN SPOTS AND STORMS.
KIN DISEASES SPEAK FOR THE BLOOD $5 Skin Diseases speak for the blood and tell of the acid-laden, poison ous condition of that vital fluid, and of its effort to throw off and rid the System of the poisons and waste matters that have accumulated in it. Ec zema, Tetter, Acne, Salt Rheum, Psoriasis, Boils and diseases of this type are all caused by a weakened and polluted blood circulation, and though they may have lain dormant in the system during the cold weather, at the coming of Soriner and Summer, when 7. .. . - - n . . . . .. .. in 1390 1 experienced at times paicnes on me in side of my hands that itched and burned, causing much discomfort. I was convinced I was afflicted with a type of Eczema. I consulted several physi cians, and used several external applications, re ceiving but slight temporary relief. I decided to try S. S. S. , and soon I found myself entirely cured. Station A., Kansas City, Mo. W. P. Brush. the blood is reacting and ruak ing extra efforts to expel all morbid and poisonous matter, they make their appearance. External 'remedies cannot iure; they soothe and give temporary relief, but often cloe the cores and glands, and the poison causing the trouble is thus shut up in the system to break out afresh later on. S. S. S., a purely vegetable blood remedy, cures all skin diseases by going down into the circulation, driving out all poisons and waste matters, strengthening the blood, leaving tlie skin soft and smooth, and building up the entire system by its tonic effect. S. S. S. cures Nettle Rash, Poi son Oak and all skin diseases that enter the system through the pores and glands, as well as those that have their origin in the blood. Book on Skin Diseases and any advice wished, without charge. jHE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. Out of Pluce. Reggy I was beside myself when I proposed to your sister lawst night. Ethel How silly! Reggy Bh Jove! Is there anything strange in a young man being beside himself when he proposes? Ethel Yes, he should be beside the girl. Miss Dolly Arthur, have you spot tn to papa yet? Timorous Lover Yes; I spoke to him In the hallway Just a little while ago, as he was going out. Miss Dolly What did you say to him, Arthur? Timorous Lover I snid, "How do you do, Mr. Bartleson? Chicago Tribune. Bachelor is Sarcastic. "It is true," said Rev. Goodley, "that women are more regular and devout attendants at church than the men." "So they should be," replied the sav age bachelor, "if they have any grati tude. The church aids and abets them in committing matrimony." Chicago Journal- 1 ' y hrmrpr.' II n 1 7 w. 1. nouoLAa makes and sells MORE MEN'S S3.B0 SHOES THAN ANY OTHER MANUFACTURER IN THE WORLD. 10,000 REWARD to anyone who can disprove thlo itatoment. AT. T... PoiiBlns :i.r0 shoes tire the (jreatesi sellers ill nil' worm lie cnuso of their excellent style, easy fit thiK mill superior wearing: iiunlttles. They are fust as good as those flint cost from r,.(10 to N7.00. The only dif ference .Ih the iiriee. IV. I.. Dentin W:i.50 shoes eost. morn to make, hold their shnpo hetter, wenr lonu'er, mid are of irreater value than any other .'l.r,t shoe on t lie niMl-ket to-day. V. I.. Douglas guarantees their value hy stamping hi litiniu ami priee 011 the bottom of eaeh shoe. Look for it. Take no suhst itule. V. T.. Iroiiuias ItjiX.-jU shoes are sold through his own retail stores in the prineipul eith's and hy shoe dealers everywhere. No matter where you live, W. 1,. lniie,laM shoes are within your reaeh. "The Deaf I Ever Wore." " write to say that I hare worn your $3.50 shoes fur the pint fire yiars, and Jin.- them the best I ever tear?" - Iter. Frank ?'. Itiplty, 60a East Jefferson St, Louisville, Ky. Boys wearW. L. Douirlas $2.50 and $2.00 shoes because they fit better, hold their shape and wear lunger than other makes, W. L. Douglas tnea Corona Coltsfon in Ins $3.60 shoes. Corona Colt 1s conceited to le the Jlnest patent leather produced. Fast Color Eyelets will not wear brassy, W. T.. PoiiRlnnhasthe largest shoe ninil order buslueSB ill the world. No trouble to net a lit by nmil. 25 cents extra ureimys delivery. If you desire further infnrnmHoii, write for Illustrated Catalogue of SprtnQ Styles. W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mast. Such la Lil'o. "Most marriages," snid the old bach elor, "remind me of jug handles." "What's the explanation?" asked the widow with "the drug store complexion. "They are one-sided affairs," answered the man who had passed through leap year unscathed. Friendly Advice. "Now that youli have aw wefused me," said young Sapleigh, "I aw have a notion to blow me b wains out, donclier know." "Well," answered Miss Biffkins, "I'd advise you not to say anything about it if you do, and no one will ever know ths difference." Did Her Best. Cholly Nitwitt D'ye know, I don't like you to flatter and-er-jolly me all the time, as you do. Dolly Hotshott You'd like it less If I told you the truth. Cleveland Leader. She Can, That's a Fact. Boyce Why does a woman give so much attention to dress? Is it because she wants to attract men. or because she desires to outshine her sister women? Mrs. Boyce Can't a woman do two things at once? Smart Set. ' An Unbreakable Habit. Mrs. Newed I don't know where we are to put Aunt Jane during her visit. She positively refuses to sleep In a folding bed. Newed Afraid it will close up, eh? Mrs. Newed No, but she can't look for the proverbial man under It Connection of the Orb with Magnetic - Disturbances Is Studied. For the last half century or more efforts have been made to connect in some way so-called 'magnetic storms with some solar disturbances. Suc cess I11 this direction has never been marked, although there Is a prevailing idea that the sun really causes theso storms. The latest attempt to estab lish a relation of this kind was made by E. W. Maunder at a recent meet ing of the British Astronomical As- : soclation. It was first supposed that magnetic storms were duo to magnetic changes Jin the sun, but in 1.S!'2 Lord Kelvin j Bald that such could not be the case. Another suggestion was that these storms might be due to streamers ' from the sun which Impinge upon the I earth. Attempts to establish some t'ef j lnlte relation between magnetic storms and sun spots have also failed, since a i magnetic storm does not always fol low the appearance of a sun spot, and there may be storms without any un usual sun spots. Air. Munder seemed to find a gen eral agreement between the appear ance of sun spots and storms, especlal ly.when large disturbances only were considered. He then examined the Greenwich records for the last twenty years, and he found that In many eases there Is apparently a period of recurrence of twenty-seven and one third days. This is the apparent per iod of the sun's rotation. Out of some 270 storms one-third of these were ar ranged in pairs spaced apart by 0 per iod of one rotation of the sun. About three-quarters of the storms showed a rotational period of one form or an other. The conclusions he reaches are that magnetic disturbances apparently re cur with the rturn of certain definite meridians of the sun to the editor of the disk. He thinks that his research has established beyond question the orgin of magnetic storms, and it In troduces a new conception of tha magimtic action of the sun, which seems to act magnetically within cer tain restricted areas and along narrow lines. Mr. Maunder's ideas have been received with a good deal of interest, but no one is yet prepared to criticse them. Another Hnllot Emblem. When woman's suffrage is in vogue, You may depend upon it, The emblem of the party'll be A fascinating bonnet. Yonkers Statesman. ' Worst Kver. Mrs. Brown My husband has the worst case of insomnia I ever heard of. Mrs. Green Is he unable to sleep at night? Mrs. Brown Yes, and he can't even sleep In church. Wins In a 'Walkaway. "I'll bet I know more women than you do!" "I'll take the bet. I am acquainted with all the original members of the 'Florodora' sextet." "I win. I'm acquainted with Mrs. Hoch." Cleveland Leader. Hiith ar.d Low. "That strike of street railway em ployes in New York seems to hit til" high and the low." "How so?" "It affects both the subway and the elevated." Cleveland Plain Dealer. Fully Quulifled. Captain Singleton (to naval appli cant) Did you ever serve on a man-of-war? Mr. Peckom (who married a wid ow) N-no, but I was the second mate of a woman-of-war. Fpenkinif of Parts. "My hair," said the soubrette, "haa a natural part. "And the other part," rejoined the low comedian, "is false, I presume." Carefully Preserve!. The Ingenious One I wonder how Isabel manages to preserve her com plexion. The Knowing One Oh, she just keeps it in a cool place, tightly corked. Smart Set. Chance to Show It. I-Ilm It must be awfully annoying for a woman to have hair that won't stay in place, like that girl in the third row in front of us. Her There's nothing the matter with her hair. She has a new engage ment ring. Cleveland Leader. Gnyboy's Hours. "You've been calling on Gayboy's daughter so long it's a wonder ha hasn't usked your intentions." "But I never see him, you know. I never get to his house until 8 o'clock and I always leave before 2 in the morning." Philadelphia Press. Proper Definition. A. policeman meeting an Irishman carrying a small box asked what it contained. "Sure, an' it's full of nothln', it do be," answered the son of Erin. "Nothing?" exclaimed the officer. "And what does nothing look like?" "Faith, an' if yez shut yer eyes ye'll be afther seein' it," replied Pat, with a broad grin. Some years ago, in a small town of the middle West, a young man who was Just beginning to work as a jour neyman carpenter was hired to patch a fence by ono of the potty otilce hold ers of the place. "Don't put any unnecessary work on it," the man said. "I just want it sufficiently strong to keep out any stray live stock, and be ing over there out of sight behind the shrubbery, It won't matter what it looks like. It Isn't worth more than a dollar; if you're willing to do It for that, go ahead." The young mim went to work, and spent the best part of the day on the job. When he went for his pay his employer said, "You haven't Just fin ished, have you? What's the matter with you, anyway?" and he went out to look at the "patch." It was not only substantially done, but with tha utmost neatness and wire. "I told you I didn't care how it look ed, didn't I?" said the owner, angrily. "Now you'll be wanting threequarteri of a day's pay " "I said I'd do it for a dollar," re turned the workman, shouldering his tools, "because I wanted the money. If I'd finished it in half the time and gone homo I should only have been sitting around there doing nothing. I did the work to suit myself. Now If the price suits you, that's the end of It." "Well, you're a mighty foolish boy, that's all I've got to say," replied the other, turning on his heel as ho hand ed over the money. Not long after this the young car penter went to a neighboring town and steadily worked his way up. Some ten years later the owner of the patch ed fence had risen to the position of county commissioner, and his little town was a growing city, about to erect a number of fine municipal buildings. Among tlie many applicants for the contract, which besides being an im portant one financially, would undoubt edly make an enviable name for its successful bidder, the commissioner noticed a name that seemed In some way familiar to him. After a moment he recalled the incident of the patched fence, which had really made a much deeper impression on him than he had allowed himself to admit at the time. The estimate of the young carpenter, who was now a contractor, proved to be a reasonable one, and the work was given into his hands. "You want bonds " the man be gan. "No," returned the commissioner, "It won't be necessary In this case, I think. That patch yflfti once put on my fence is guarantee enough. It's standing yet." Youth's Companion. Family Pride. Whltey My great-grandmother started the Chicago fire. Spotty Fooh! Mine started the beef trust! Suitable Name. "That's a fine automobile you have there, Harker. What do you call It?" "Well, I'm thinking about calling it the 'Nurse Girl.'" "Why so?" ' "Because the park police keep their eyes on it so much." Sore vs. Soar. A small boy climbed out on a bough, And snid: "From this perch I alough I can soar quite high, And like a bird High " But the kid's in the hospital nough.