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I There is do othfT Ktson when good medicine U to much needed as in th EpriBjr. The blood U Impure, weak and Impoverished-- condition Indicated by pimples and other eruption on th face and body, by deficient vitality, loss of appetite, lack of strength, and want of animation. Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills Make tho blood pure, rigorous and rich, creato appetite, givo Tltality, strength and animation, and cur all eruptions. Have the whole family begin to take them today. ! "Hood's Sarsaparilla has been nsed tat oar family tor tome time, and always with Rood results. Last sprint I was all ran down and tot a bottle ot It, and as usual received treat benefit." Miss BseiUI Bores, Stowe, VU Hood's) Sarsaparilla promise to cure and keeps the promise Legal Pleasantries. "Is the prisoner going to plead Insan ity ss his defense V asked th court stenograph?. "Judging from hla selection ot an at torney," replied th lawyer, who had tailed to get th case, "I should say h was." Arid Leads Mad FiwAfnL Colo., Aril., Idaho ana other dry lands respond quickly ana give a big yield when platted to (fetters speiut, rtenn nancy. Macaroni w neat, 0 lay Karlicst Osts. Mill n boiler tiras and Brotnus Inermi. A bore seem to flourish and laugh at droughts and arid soils. jfdt send 10c in friara. and this notice to John A. Salier feed Co., La Crot, Wis., for their big catalogue and farm seed samples. P. C. L.) Another Call Nosary. Rubring Anything wrong at your house? I saw th doctor going in to day. Everard Upp Yes, snd he'll hare t com again. Bubring That so? What was th matter? Everard Upp I didn't hsr th money tor last year's bilL Philadelphia roblic Ledger. Beware of Ointments far Catarrh That Contain Mercury, As mercury will surely destroy th sens of ameil and completely derange the whole sys sent woes entering u inror.gn me mucous sup. zaces. sucn articles snouia never m used ex- eept on prescriptions from reputable pbyat elans, as the damage they will do is ten fold td the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury. ana is lasen lnternauy, acting oirecuy upon th blood and mncona surface of the mum In buying Hall's Catarrh Cur be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally, and mad In Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Test. suomais tree. 6old by Druggists, price 75c per bottle. Hall's Family PUla are th ben. An Ingenious Plan. Tea, my husband has almost siren Bp smoking." "Indeed! It must hare been a bard struggle." "It was. But every time the craving Crew too strong for him I let him have on of those bargain cigars I bought for him Christmas and he promptly swore off. again." Cleveland Plain Dealer. Mothers will find Vrs. Windows BootMnp, rrrup we oeei remeay to us sar ueir cauarsa IB MMUIUlg SBaSOSU I To Sterilise imnsnnjr wate. i Here is the latest receipt for sterilis ing drinking water and killing off the typhoid germ: Put four drops of tinc ture of Iodine in half a gallon of water and permit It to stand at least half an hour. By the end of that time It will b as harmless as distilled water. Many persons have not the facilities for mak ing distilled water. Boiling it also en tails a certain amount of trouble. In either case the water is flat and un pleasant to the taste. The few drops of iodine impart practically no taste to the amount of water they sterilize, and at the same time they answer every medicinal purpose. ftTB Permanently imrea. lrofltsornerToasnesi rllV afterflratday'snseorDr.KUne'sareatNerrs Baetorer. 8end for Free trial bottle and tnntna, If.U. U. Kline, LM..8V Arch 6W. Philadelphia, Fa. Mil and Water. Boston leads the big cities of the country in the use of milk, the daily average being 1.171 pints per capita. , She likewise leads in water consump tion but this does not Imply that there Is any mixing of the two. Boston Ad vertiser. ' Miss Gannon, Sec'y Detroit Amateur Art Association, tells young women what to do to avoid pain and suffering caused by female troubles. ' " Dkah Mb8. PnrKHA.it : I can con scientiously recommend Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to those of my sisters suffering with female weakness and the troubles Which so often befall women. I suf fered for months with general weak ness, and felt so weary that I had hard work to keep up. I had shooting pai ns, and was utterly miserable. In my dis tress I was advised to ttse Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound and it was a red letter day to me when I took the first dose, for at that time my restoration began. In six weeks I was a changed woman, perfectly well in every respect I felt bo elated and happy that I want all women who suffer to get well as I did." Miss Gun.. Gannon, 359 Jones St., Detroit, Mich., Secretary Amateur Art Association. $8000 forfeit If original of aboo htter proving gtnulnen$tt cannot bt produced. When one considers that Miss Gannon's letter is only one of the countless hundreds which we are continually publishing in the news , papers of this country, the great virtue of Mrs. Pinkham's mcdiniae must b admitted by all. OMC OH1 Ml W Democracy. Democracy is not "the multitude In power, with no adequate ideal to elevate and to guide;" for that Is not rule; but it is the people bound la a fraternity, an equity, a unity, in which all are common shareholders in an uplifted and celestialixed manhood. Rev. M. W. Stryker, Presbyterian, Clinton, N. Y. Final Words. If a man ever utters his trae convictions at any time it. Is when he speaks his last words. Final words are th ones that usually live and wield th posthumous Influence. The deathbed message has furnished a text for many a sermon and many a song. Rev. W. A. Frye, Methodist, Lansing, Mich, A Passion for Sou's. A missionary climbed to the third story window ot an old tenement house. She found on a bed of straw a living baby tugging away at th breast of a dead mother. Many a church to a dead mother, un able to feed or help the perishing mul titudes. We need a passion tor souls. Rev. Ray Palmer, Baptist, Chilli- eothe. Mo. Public Office. The men who are call ed to positions ot public trust must possess a realising sense of civic vir tue. The only guarantee of rood con duct we require of them when they assume office is an oath to perform their duties faithfully. An oath Is an appeal to God as witness and as Judge. Rev. J. F. Carson, Presbyterian, Brooklyn, N. T. Papal Progress. The papacy has contributed more than any civil gov ernment to the intellectual progress ot mankind. If Europe is to-day Immeas urably in advance ot Asia, in litera ture, the arts and sciences, is it not be cause Europe was more in tonch than Asia with the Roman pontiff, and felt the impress of his strong and tender hand! Cardinal Gibbons, Roman Catholic, Baltimore, Md. Love and Truth. Love rejoices with the truth. Not the truth of the Gospel only, but all truth. She recognizes truth as a blessed companion, helpful In the moral world, and making for the happiness and well being of man kind. Every triumph ot truth is felt by lore to be a positive gain, a step advancing the race, bringing human ity nearer God. Rev. R. S. DeBow, Episcopalian, Philadelphia, Fa. Error. Every thing human begins in a mistake. Error Is the loamy soli out of which wrath vegetates and blos soms. The history of philosophy, sci ence and theology illustrates the prin ciple with a distinct cogency that Is unanswerable. So that we need not be too much afraid of being In error provided only we cling to our error with a tenacity that is not simply ten acious, but that is also honest and in telligentRev. C. B. Parkhurst, Pres byterian, New York City. Gospel Power. Man Is a soul to be gin with, but there is Just one thing he needs more than anything else the power of the gospel to reveal him to himself. Grasping blindly above him for light the power of the gospel comes la and helps him climb to an illumin ated spiritual nature in Christ Jesus. Stirring up the nobler instincts within, they reach and tower from the low lands of time into the "white moun tains of eternity." Rev. F. T. Shan non, Methodist Harrlsburg, Pa. Force and Power. Force Is always invisible, power needs no demonstra tion. What we aW is but the effect of what has been done. Sometimes the results we look for from certain causes are entirely different from our expecta tion. Icebergs float south in spite of the gulf stream flowing opposite, be cause the deep arctic current bears their ponderous submerged part by its strength. Hidden power exerts Itself as God directs and His mighty will is wrought upon mankind as well as upon the face of nature. Rev. C. 0. Jones, Episcopalian, Atlanta, Ga. The Soul The soul Is the center of action, giving to man personality. Taka away bis soul powers and you reduce man to the level of the brute creation. The soul Is God's impress, the like ness of God In which man was made. And it Is this God-given soul that is to control the bodily members. That it may rightly control, the soul has been endowed with faculties, intellec tual, moral and spiritual. Through his Intellect man receives knowledge; through his moral nature he puts forth actions of right or wrong in relation to his fellowmen, and above all to his God. Rev. A. J. Henry, Congregation allat Brooklyn, N. Y. Patriotism. Every citizen must ex ercise his gift ot calling and not only for his own benefit but for the good of the whole community. So only is com munity life possible. That is the mean ing of patriotism. The true patriot loves his country better than himself, more than he loves the wife of his bosom and the children of his loins. 8o he is ready, at his country's call, to surrender all his property and lay down his life. A man who puts him self before his country is a traitor or a despot and is not fit to live, since his life Is the death of that which Is greater than be. Rev. A, 8. Crapsey, Episcopalian, Rochester, N. Y. A Publlo Benefactor. "Yes, I took out an 'Uncle Tom's Cabin' company last season and played to packed bouses everywhere." "Impossible! With that old chest- nntr "But I did it Just the same." "How did you work it?" "Gave 'em a production which guar anteed absolutely no Topsys, Lawyer Markses, or bloodhounds. This season I'm going to elaborate It, leaving out Uncle Tom and little Eva and filling up with a ballet and some Dutch come dians and one or two popular songs.' Judge. The Trouble with the Shoes. Mrs. Bugglns I don't feel , at all comfortable in these shoes. Mr. Buggins What's the matter; don't they hurt you? Philadelphia Record. Avers One dose of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral it bedtime prevents night coughs of children. No croup. No bronchitis. A Cherry Pectoral doctor's medicine for all affections of the throat, bron chial tubes, and lungs. Sold for over 60 years. I nr Arm's Charrr Pectoral ro mj famlla fr eight year. There la nothing quWi to a roe rougha ad coine, mii'Hiii lor mil area." Mas. W. U. KaVMsa.8ta.lki.Al. r..9e..lS. All dririata. f.O. AVIKCft owwll. Maae. for Night Coughs Keep the bowels open with on ot Ayer's Pills at bedtime, Just one. Not a Flylnjt-Ftah. It was "a beautiful fish;" the butcher wld so, and Mrs. Wilcox was a beauti ful woman; a clever one, too, and the drst In her class at college for "think ing out things, Therefore, when her maid of all work went to her cousin's wedding, Mrs. Wilcox was quite sure that she could prepare the fish dinner for which Mr. Wilcox had asked. What he thought about it is no part of the story as the Chicago News prints it At four o'clock precisely Mrs. Wil cox put on one ot her trousseau aprons and began to think. She thought out the gastronomic trimmings first, but when she had made some hollandalse sauce, and put it where it could not possibly fctoep hot although that was not her intention, rfce began to consider the fish. To her Intense annoyance, the butch er bad neglected to clean it and make It ready for cooking. Very well, she would do it herself. So it came about that when Mr. Wil cox got home be found his wife with worried brow and flushed checks stand ing over the sink, the fish in one hand and the teakettle in the other. "There is something wrong with this fish," she announced. "It is most peculiar. I have poured gallons of boiling water over it Just as I re member grandmother used to treat newly killed chickens before she could pick the feathers off, and the horrid scales stick Just as tightly as evert" "Why don't you try singeing itr Wilcox managed to ask before he ex ploded. HUtJULU 1 1 SECURITY, a Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills. Butt Bear Signature of ttm Pac-Slmlla Wrapper Bisssj. ' TatT snail mmA as May fsitakeaasagasi rCllEABAC8& CARTERS rift DIZZIXESf. HI IIUQDSKSt FCl'TCIND UYEff. ret coxstipatioi; roi IALL0W SUI. roi mcoMPLEiioil MSlirerT CURE SICK HEADACHE.. 119 HORSE POWER WITH TWO HORSES Can be gotten with flwenann's Mslleabla Btiimn Puller; every canting warranted, flaw or no flaw. Write for calalotr. Mouth KcimI hteel Plows, 14-Inch, S9.00. South Bend t billed PIowh, 14-inch, S7-M- BEIERSOX MACHINERY GO. W. L. DOUGLAS $3. & 3 SHOES mad. W. Ii. Douglas shoes have by their excellent style, easy-fitting, and superior wearing qualities, achieved the largest sale of any shoe - in th world. They are lust as good as those that cost you 4 to $5 the only difference Is the price. Sold Eotrywhtrt, Look for name and price on bottom. Doasrlaa uses Corona C'olUkln, which Uevery where conceded t be the finest Patent leather yet produced. Fatt Color iielttt used. Khoes brnsil, SSr.cxtrs. Write for Catalof . W.L.bo(Us, Brocktoa, Mass- PONT iffig GET VtT! A5 TOUB DcAltU FOD THt SLICIiFD MADE FAMOUS BY A DEPUTATION .EXTENDING OVEL MODE THAN HALF A CENTURY. Y- TOWER'S torments and A: V rU are made of th beat SrA I 1 for all kinds of wet work. 7 MTUFACTION IS CUWAJTEID V YOU JTKX TO a. J. TOW it CAM. (VIM MISI ALL llll lull. Best Couth Brttp, Tastes Uood. Cm in time. Bold by dragytf. seiicf silliBif "jri Wk yBjftiKWl I i'IiFii US ft Vf3 EVE BURIED IN JIDDAK William K. Carlla Tll Star f INrt far Mecca In Moslem Writ, Half way down th Red Sea, on th Arabian roast, t the pott ot Jtddah, where the pilgrims for Mecca, who com by ao, Hml It I distant about ilxty-flve tulles from tho sacred city of th Mohammedans, has a population ot about 20,000, au imposing and at tractive appearance from th sea and Is surrounded by funny looking Dutch windmills, wbk-h pump water from the artesian basin under the sand. But the moment you land on th shore the illusion is destroyed. Th streets ar narrow, dirty and full of all kinds of smells, while the population Is mad up of the human cormorants who fat ten off th pilgrims. Jiddah Is of particular interest to us because It contains th tomb of our Mother Eve. I never knew befor where sh was burled, but It is a com fort to know. It will surprise her living relatives to know that sh was 140 feet tall a Try larg woman to ba cre ated from a single rib. According to the tradition of the Moslems, when our first parents fell from Paradise Adam landed on a mountain in Ceylon and Ev was unfortunate enough to tight at Jiddah. After years of wander ing they Anally met at Mecca, wher Adam to show his gratitude, construct ed a tabernacle on th site ot the pres ent Kaaba, or Holy Mospue, which la exactly beneath God's throne la heav en. All that is left of th original tern- pl of Adam la th famous ston of Mecca, which was ones whiter than snow, but has been turned as black as coal by the kisses of the sinful pil grims. When Eve died Adam burled br at Jiddah. Her tomb Is a cenotaph 140 feet long, built of masonry about four feet high and narrowing to a point at the top. it is whit washed and kept quite clean. Pilgrims plac flowers upon it and reverently kiss the bot masonry. Rich people often throw over the cenotaph valuable shawls and pieces of silk as offerings to the Mother of Us All, but they are stolen the first night by th vandals of Jiddah, who rob the dead and pick the pockets of the dying. W. H. Curtis tn Chicago Record-Herald. HAS CLOTHINQ TO 8PARE. New York Btat Man Astonishes tn Mexican by His Wardrobe. Edgar Perclval Whipple of Roches ter, N. T., arrived in the city yesterday snd hss a suite ot fine rooms at Por ter's. Mr. Whipple is somewhat of a globe trotter, having visited all the principal cities of the United States snd Europe. He had some trouble at the border with the customs officers In the examination of bis baggage, being delayed at EI Paso two days in obtaining the necessary papers where by he could pass his personal baggag without being compelled to pay duty. Ills effects consist of fourteen trunks. Eight of these are of tbe Saratoga make and larger than tbe common traveler's trunk. There are four differ ent styles of cane cases and five um brella holders; eleven leather bat boxes and twenty-three grips of different styles. Nine of these be brought with him In the Pullman, having engaged two sections for traveling from th Pass City here. He will be in the city several weeks on a pleasure trip and will no doubt be a conspicuous figure In tbe parades on San Francisco street. His ward robe Is tbe work of merchant tailors from all over the world. Mr. Whipple will probably not visit the tailoring establishments ot this city, as the following list of wearing apparel seems sufficient to hold him for a while, although only a part of his outer garments, which consist of 133 pairs of trousers, 81 coats, 70 vesta, 83 pair of shoes, S3 hats, 60 canes, 24 umbrellas and 60 pairs of gloves. It Is needless to say that Mr. Whipple will change clothes at least five times a day to be able to keep in step with others who parade along the princi pal streets of the city. His valet, George H. Franklin, says that Mr. Whipple has only a small part of bis regular traveling equipment with him, for wben he went to Paris last year he bad seventy-one trunks, to say nothing about other small band bags and bat boxes. Mexican Herald Witness Was a Pnaaler. In a case beard in a Scottish court some time since a rural witness, after relating bow McL., the defendant came to Mm and struck blm, proceed ed: "So, your bonor, I Juist up and gied bim one, too. Julst then bis dog cam' alang an' I bit him again." "Hit the dogr "No, yer bonor, bit McL. And then I oops wi' a stane an' thrawed at him and It rolled him over an' over." "Threw a stone at McL.?" "At tbe dog, yer honor. An' be got oop an' bit me again." "Tbe dogr "No, McL. An' wl' that he gl' a howl an' wen aft." "McL.?" "No, the dog. An wben be cam' back at me be pounded me, yer bon or." "The dog came back at your "No, McL., yer bonor. An' be Una halrt a bit." "Who isn't hurt?" "The dog, yer honor." Tit-Bits. Anotber Interpretation. Naggsby (facetiously) "If you think I'm a perfect gentleman, you ought to see my brother. Waggsby Yes, I suppose be would set me right on th matter. Baltimore American. ' A Matter of Color. 1 wonder why we see so few actors ot ripe experience nowadays?" "I don't know, unless it's because their well-known tendency to be jeal ous keeps them green." Philadelphia Bulletin, Russia and tbe Yellow Peril, Wben Chinese workmen apply for Jobs to the Russians in Manchuria they are Informed that heathens cannot be engaged and that they must first be come Christians. This makes them desist invariably. After a woman reaches 200 pounds in weight, she couldn't help looking superior if she wore old clothes. HOW TWO BEAUTIFUL WOMEN ESCAPED DREAD CATARRH BY USE OF PE-RU-NA. Catarrh Robs Women Pe MISS AMANDA JOHNSON. Miss Flora Mauser. 1033 S. New Jersey street, Indianapolis, Ind., writes: "I think I must hav bn . troubled with catarrh vr sine I was vary young, aggravated each tlm I caught a cold. This did not prov sufficiently serious to b ob noxious until last winter. Than my head and no wsr so stopped up that I felt I must do something. Peruna waa reeommsnded to m by a friend. I used It for four wks, and found to my relief that It cured me. I hav not had a bit of trouble sine. My head Is clear, and I ean safety affirm that Peruna cured M." Mlsa Flora Hausar. Hundred of Women Cured by Pe-ru-na of Annoying Catarrh. Dr Hartman has probably done more than any other -physician toward popularising a means of escape from the facial deformities, such as watery eyes, twisted nose, offensive breath, dry cracked lips, due to the ravaging effects of catarrh. He has made chronic catarrh a life long study. His remedy, popularly known as Peruna, Is tho most famous remedy for catarrh In existence. Probably there Is not a man or wo man, boy or girl, within the bounds of the United States that has not heard of Peruna. By far the largest major ity have used Peruna. The multitude ot peoplo that have Somewhat Different, "Is thnt dog of yours a pointer?" asked the ticket agent at the village station. "No," replied the weary hunter who was returning to the city with an empty game bag, "he's a disappoint ed To Break la New Shoes. Always shak In Allen's Foot-KaM, a powdor. It cures bot, sweating, arhlng, swollen leet. Cures corns. Ingrowing nails and bunions. At all druggists and snoe stores.ZV. lKm'tsrrent any substitute, flample mailed FREE. Address Allen 8. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y. Lit can b sustained for something Ilk thirty days on water alone; with but dry food on could liv but a quarter of that tlm. w WT BRINGING Every Catarrh sufferer dreads the coming of winter, for with the first breath of the ''ice-king" this miserable disease is fanned into life and all the disgusting symptoms return. The nostrils are stopped up and the throat can be kept clear of mucous secretions only by continual hawking and spitting. Catarrh is a nuisance and source of annoyance, not only to the one who has it, but everybody else. The thick, yellow discharge from the head produces a feeling of personal defilement, and tbe odor of the breath is almost intolerable. The catarrhal poison brings on stomach troubles and affects the Kid neys and Bladder. It attacks the soft bones and tissues of the head and throat, causing total or partial deafness, the loss of smell, and giv ing to the voice a rasping, nasal twang. No part of the body is secure from its ravages. Catarrh makes you sick all over, for it is a dis ease of the blood, and circulates all through the system, and for this reason, sprays, washes, inhalers, !owdCrs and salves have proven allureS. The way to cure Catarrh thor oughly and permanently is to cleanse the blood of the unhealthy secretions that keep the membranes of the body inflamed, and nothing does this so surely and promptly as S. S. S. As long as the blood is poisoned witn Catarrhal matter the discharge of mucus and other disgusting symptoms of the miserable disease will continue. S. S. S. goes to the fountain source of the trouble and purifies and enriches Mood-tainting and stubborn disease. We make no charge whatever for medical advice. WE SWIFT SPEClflQ OOv ATLANTA CM CURE Horses Distemper. Pink Bye or Indigestion. A great BLOOD rUIINE! AND CON- DITIONCE and a sure cure for CURED 34 HORSES. I hare been using Praaalan Hear r'owdar th paat elirht months snd In that tlm hare cared II hone of Hearea. 14 of Dlatomper and O of Chronic Couith. The Fruaalao HenMla har gained s Kreat reputation In thl aactlon. Krneat Baunuke, Newark, M. V. PRICE! AT DEALERS, SOci BY MAIL, SOo FRgE;-Wl payn Farmnr'a Hand Book-. PnttaatAS HMUcwrOo., Ht. Paul. Minn. rUKl'LAHU SKslO CO., of Health and Beauty. - ru - na Aakes Women Healthy and Beautiful, MIbs Amanda Johnson Farlchlld, Wis., writes: "I write to tell you how much IVruna benefitted me. For a number of years I bad pain in my bond around my eyes, and I thought it was because my eyes need ed treatment, so I went to an occullut and had glasses fitted to my eyes and wore thorn for soma time, but felt no relief whatever. In fact, I folt worse than bo fore, and camo to the ronclualon that the trouble was not with tny eyes, but with my head and that It must be catarrh. As so many ot my frlonds had uaod I'e runa with benefit for this trouble, I thought I would try It. I was not nor ry that 1 did so, for In a short tliuo I began to Improve, and In four weeks my eyes worn In splendid condition, my general health was ninth im proved and all the catarrh of the bend was gone, I was glad to get rid of Oils trouble and am Rind to endorse such a good medicine as Pcrunn." Mis Amnnda Johnson. n v jv- .. .rii No Woman Afflicted With Catarrh Can B Either Beautiful or Attractive been cured of chronic catarrh by us ing Peruna can never be known. Many a girl has regained her fnded beauty, many a matron has lengthen ed tho days of her comely appearance by using Poruna. Peruna produces clean mucous membranes, tho basis of facial sym metry and a perfect complexion. The women have not been slow to discover that a course of Peruna will do more toward restoring youthful beauty than ail the devices known to science. While It Is true that Peruna cures catarrh wherever located, yet It la ad visable for everyone to use Peruna as Peirin's Pile Specific Th INTtlXAL SIMIDT Ko Cam Exist It Will Not Cart Sweden aeut three quarters of 4,000, 000 gross boxes of matches Imported into this country last year. For forty year's Plso's Cur for Con sumption has cured coughs and oolda. At druggists. Price 25 cents. Deserted In Bummer. Tbe villages near tbe north Italian lakes ar in summer inhabited almost entirely by women, who till the fields, which do not yield much. Tho men go to Swltserland and bring back their earnings in winter. 9) IS COMING COtXU) NOT HXA.B TE1 TICS OV A CLOCK. Wataontowa, Pa., July I), igoj. Daar Sir: I hav used 8. . B. for Catarrh of th inner ear, and hav found It an zoU lent rmdy for same. 1 had bn troubled with this dlseaa for yeara and tried many thins la an effort to set relief, bat nothing did tn any rirmanani food until Z bea-an 8. B. 8). had a dlsohsrs from tar ear and mr hearlns waa ao badly affeotd that X eould not hear th tlok of a olook. X was In bad sbap whan X beran your med loin, a. 0. sj, ba den away with th disc bar a- and my hearlns ba been wonderfully improved; so mnoh ao that I ean new earry on a oonvereetlon la an erdlnary ton, woerea a year ago thl was Impossible. Tour msd loins baa don tn a world of rood and I do not hesitate to civ It th credit it dsstrvM. -,.-. so Biav or oatakbh: in XXflB- TBBW TBABS. Kreba, Ind. Ter., Aug. 1, 1003. Dear Sirs: bout thirteen year ago X used your remedy for Catarrh. I had been troubled with It for about nine yeara, but sine takln fB. B. 8. bar never been worried . I teel able to recommend B. B. 8. with i a a aur ear for Catarrh. X. KILXiWBB. El , 1 the blood, and so invigorates and tones up the system that catching cold and con tracting Catarrh is not so likely to occur. Keep the blood in order and winter's coming brings none of the discomforts of Catarrh. Write us particulars of your case, and let our physicians help yon get rid of this of HEAVES, COUGH, all ailments 1 irom wi rblch heaves arise. l'ortlaod. Or., Coast Agents FLORA HAU3ER." a provontivo and not wait until catarrh has fastened Itself In somo pnrt of the system. Peruna acta quickly and beneficially on tho Inflamed mucous membranes lining the different organs ot tho body. Thus It will cure catarrh wherever located. If you do not ilcrlvo prompt and sat Isfiutory result from tho uso of Po runa, write nt onro to lr, Hartman, giving a full statement of your cao and ho will bo plensed to give you his vojuablo advice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman, President of The Hurtman Bunltarlum, Columbus, Ohio. Dr. C. Gee Wo VONDERFUL HOME TREATMENT This wo-,drful Cht hm doctor Is celled, f p fcl bMUM hs raros pmpls without owr lion tli ki we firca up to (lit. lit rur with IhnM woniHrrul I hi iipm hsrtMk rnois, htitls, barks and vt(inllie that are entirely Bit known to mnllcal sci ence In Ihlt muntrr. Through IIiom hsrmlM mnrdloe thla fsninus doctor knows th actlna nt ovr MO din" "root rm rdlre, wlilrh b sucrmirully uswi In different dlmm He fiiaranlMa to cure cultarh, Mlh ma, lunf, throat, rlwmntUim, ncrvoaanMS. stomach, liter, kldnvys, hss hundreds of trail inonlsla. Thus mmWat. Call and m him. I'atlenu out ot Ilia city writ fix hlanka and circulars. Kan.1 alamik COKUlilr TATION yilKK. . ADOHKtott The C Gee Wo Chinese Medicine Co. 28J Alder St.. Portland. Oregon. Strattuiioa paper. 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