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GRANDPARENTS OF PRESIDENT-ELECT WILSON
These are portraits of Joseph It. Wilson and JetHle Woodrow Wilson, of Woodrow VVIIhod, president-elect of the United Slates. LOG, OF DEATH SHIP Nahma, a Pleasure Yacht, Brought Woe to Goelets Last Affliction Caused Family to Deny ylng Wishes of One of Its Prom inent Members VmssI Prob . ably Will Be Sold. New York. The members of tb unrraously wealthy Goelet family of Now York, one of the wont prominent fsrnriTies of America, either die on board their yachts or are taken from thein to die, says a writer. For this roaeon young Mrs. Kobcrt Wilson Goo Vut, the former Miss Klsle Whelen, win tot let her husband own a yacht of an kind, will not let him go cruis ing, iior will she go herself And rrjoro than this, she is bringing up her email boys to hate yachts and will not even let them have toy boats of any MM. "Yaolita nro evil to the Goelets," she has sMd many times. Last summer whoa the news of Mrs. Robert Goe let's serious Illness reached her, young Mrs. Bobby said to her great friend, Mrs. Gordon Douglas: "The Nahma will claim another vio tlnu" Brly In December Mrs. Goelet died, not on board the Nahma, as she de sired, however, but In Paris, where her only son. Robert Walton Goelet, Insisted on taking her. Mrs. Goelet's (Rness and death is the latest tragedy of the magnificent pleasure craft that coat the late Robert Goelet more than f 1.000.000. 60 strongly do the wheie family feel on the yachting subject In general. s keen la their dread of the Nahma la particular, that they refused to comply with Mrs. Robort Goelet's last wishes and have her body brought back to America on board. But the Nahma was not the first yacht to bring tragedy to the family Fifteen years ago OgdeQ Goelet, one of the best known New York and Newport multimillionaires, diod on board his steam yicht Mayflower. He vl4 been cruising In Englitih waters Jn6 d':-(l at Coweg. H'.s body was tj!u$tlt h&titf 6n board the VutSel tha h In veil as he did his life. His widow ana 'on, Robert Wilson Goolet, would not keep tho Mayflowr. Mrs. Goe let said that it would always be n fouerul ship to her, and so she sold it to the United States government. It wars t'aed as a concerted gunboat dur ing the Spanish war, and is now the prenidetit's yacht. It Is a noticeable fact that Mrs. Og da Goelet and her son bave 'nercr been Interested In yachts or yachting Since Ogden Golt's death. ' Twenty moiiiu uftot putting tbs Nahma In commission Robert Goelet died ou bjoard In tho bay of Naples, sd his body was. brought home to fork. In the beautiful little Horary whono walls were lined with rare first editions and equally rare oja prin;.-?. 1 tBert Goelftt left the Nahma to his . . ....... . . Hill, Willi mu ICVJU:nfc u.ui "ID uuiu - It Until her death. From that day un tl her death a few we:ks nco the wiow lived almost entirely on board Urn vessel on which her husband died. In Januury. 1902, after n series of brillant entertainments on the Nah ma. Mrs. Goelet decided to return to New York and bring out her daughter Beatrice. Beatrice was then seventeen years old, a remarkably pretty youug per son, and one who seemed destined to make a great match, for In Europe she was on friendly terms with the younfer members of the royal families of Great Britain and Germany. While speeding across the Atlantis with the future so rosy before her Beatrice wau strtclan with meaalva On reaching New York she was hurried to the mansion so wonderfully prepared for ker. but she died on the tenth of Feb- XOLES KICK BULL TO DEATH AH Are In One Pen Steer Also Loses tlfc -Another, Bjdly Hurt, Has te Bs Shot- . Sacramento. Cal Id deadly co'nbat irere ten mul 6, turned In the ttme yard with two eteers and a bull at TW it y fourth and. IV streets. One steor u4 a iNill were k'lled aud another ' fcos eridaf '" Injured that It had to Jennie Dawes tr9 kicked the cattle ores cf the catU Lawrenctburf recc mary, tha second victim of the Nah ma, Even after this tragedy, from which she nver recovered, Mrs. , Goelet would not sell the yacht Last winter Mrs. Goelet returned to New York and was frequently at the opera In her box, but otherwise sh? did not entertain very formally She west to Europe last spring and after the Nahma had been redecorated took a crstse to the northward Her son did not go with her. In July Mrs. Goe let developed a dangerous tllnesa SpecktliFts hurried to the yacht from London and Paris, said that it was cancer and that there was no hope." "Let me die on board my boat," said Mrs Goelet. Her son hastened to Europe, but re fused to grant his mother's request cue went to fans, where she had an apartment, and after several months of suffering died there on De cember 6. NO MORE CONVICT STRIPES Oregon's Governor Has All of the Prisoners Dressed In a Gray Uniform. Salesa, Ore. This year not a pris oner in the state penitentiary is wear ing stripes. As a Christmas pres ent to the mtin, all parole violators, all those who have usurped the prison discipline, and, in short, all the men In the prison who have been compelled to wear stripes, were placed in tho convict gray as a start of a new year for these men. The stripes wene abolished some time ego as a regular prison costume, and have been worn only by thoso who have become recalcitrant. Paroles from Governor West were the Christmas presents received by LIST OF CHOLERA SCOURGES Terrible Plague Was Known as Early as the Year 767 B. C. Declares London Writer. London. The terrible ravages chol era Is making at the present time in Turkey remind one of many previous occasions when epidemics have car ried etf thousands at a time, sayti Tit Uita. As early as 7C7 B. C. we read of a plague, aud again In 1.5. C. Romo suffered terribly. Athena was attached by a pestilence In 430 P.. C.. which was believed to have been caus ed by their enemies poisoning tho wa ter wppUea. ' As may aa io.OOO people a dny fell vrctlina to the plague at Rome in A. D n a oi . i lrillAt Hit. iuj, the epidemic rl lan flum the flftb century that left to bury the dead. In 772 Chlchea ter lost 34,000 peopl", and In 951 Scot lnn ley 40,000. London was visited la tile 10th and 11th centuries, aud Ireland suffered severely in 1204. The Oriental plague occurred be- Itift nrwl 13S2 Tr V.1S knOWn as the "Black Plague." on account or the black spots which appeared on the skin at death. It started In China In 13S3. and the deaths numbered 13. 000,000. and 24.000,000 succumbed In the rest of Asia. It appeared In Nor way nn4 Sweden In 1349 and 1382. About 2.000.000 fell victims to the black plague in England, of which 52, 000 occurred In London alone. Tho sweating sickness appeared in England four times during the 15th and 18th centuries, the first time in 14S5. and lasted one month, in which 20.000 people died in London ulone It also visited Holland, Germany, Dea murk. Sweden, Poland and Russia bo- tween 1525 and 1530. In the 17th century a pestilence broke out in London aud carried off 30,000 people In Lyons 60,000 died during 1632 through n rcourge which were but little protection ngaiuBt the hoofs ot their adversaries. It Is said that the battle bctweun the uni nulls raged all night Out numbered three to one, - the cattle stood little chance, and the continu ous X if king of the mules brought them down. Morning fonnd the bull and one of the steers de.d. The other steer sur vlved until afternoon, when the mules were taken away. But the remaining animal was Bear death. Its leg was broken. Pr.UoXasaa Brown put It out Ly $ tho Kiandfather and grandmother James L. Riley and Frank Nash, and as long as their behavior Is good they will enjoy their liberty. Riley was serving from one to IS years for killing Louis Long, the for mer prize fighter of California, near Redmond, Crook county. Long was eloping with Riley's wife In an au tomobile, and after a whirlwind race was overtaken and killed by Riley. It Is said that Riley and his wife have become reconciled and will live to gether. Several other prisoners were given their liberty on probation. GOATS AS MOSQUITO NEMESIS Army to Protect the Animals, as They Eat Pests' Breeding Ground at Fort Washington. Washington. D. C While a small tinny of goats Is deployed frem Fort Washington, one of the citadels guard fng the Potomac river approach to the national capital, to wage war on the shrubbery that Is a breeding ground i of mosquitoes, a flying squad of ar tillerymen probably will be ordered out to protect the goats. The goats will work for tb,e benefit of the fort's garrison hy eating up the rank underbrush, while the soldiers will return the compliment by shoo ing their horned allies away from the mountain laurel buds, which play bavoc with their digestions. Fort Washington has the reputation of being the most malarial fort In the country and war department officials conceived the Idea of enlisting the services of tho goats to destroy tha breeding places of the mosquitoes. $36,000,000 Sent to Britain. London. Approximately $36,000.00 in money orders was sent from the tlplted States to persons in the United Kingdom, according to statistics gath ered here. swept over France. Italy lost 400,000 In six months In 1653. In the ITth century Holland was vis ited by a plague; In Leyden 13,000 died of it, and the following year 13. 287 died In Amsterdam. It was brought to London In bales of cotton by some Dutch merchant's. This was the plague of London, and, as everyone knows, about 100.000 persons died In one year Persia lost 80,000 from a pestilence In 1773, and Kgypt S00.000 during 1790. Epidemics of cholera appeared tn France several times during the 19th century. In which 18.000 people died in Paris between March and August, 1832. It appeared In England In 1848 Ld 5000 8 wefC carrIePd off uuiuiR fevuui yeuis muia uds oeeu heavily visited by plague In Bombay. Northwest presidency, and Punjab, and a less degree In Burma, arrd other parts of India. In January. 1905. there wns a weekly mortality of 20.000. reaching by steady Increase a total of 57.702. By April 1 It had dropped to 4,000 weekly, but again reached 5.000 'jy the end of June Two years after the number of victims amounted to as r.ianj as 1,316.000. . Suit Over Lost Dinner. Pittsburg. Claiming he was dam aged in the sum of $50 because a Thanksgiving box intended for him was delivered at a hospital instead of at his house, and that he was com pelled to call off a dinner party In con sequence. George E Fetter brought suit against the Adams Express com pany. In the petition filed in tho county court Fetter declares the box contained one chicken, one dozen ba nanas, one dozen oranges, half a doiec apples. Jellies, cakqp and various oth er eetables suitable fsr a ThanksgiV' iii5 dinner. I of misery with his revolver. The po- lice have been unable to learn who owned cither the mules or the cat tie. To Sell Hair to Save Husband. Boston. In her efforts to raise money to reimburse the express com pany from which her husband stole $500, Mrs. Irvin Dodd has offered to k11 her raven-black hair, which reaches to the ground, and is regard ed as one of the most fcvautiful faesdf of kalr la the oiyr. ALMOST GOT PASTG01NG Kiii Duff Write t Interesting State ment For Publication ia the Bcfcatt of Women. Webster Springs, W. Va. In in In trrtsttnc letter from this place. Miss Agnes Duff fcays: "I hsd ben afflicted with womsnly trouble for three years. and fell weak all the time. My back and sides ached so, I al most got past going. 1 bud used a great many different klnde of remrdlvs, but they failed to do me any good I bad heard of Cartful, the woman's tonic, and decld-d to try It. hfn I had used the third bottle of Cardul, I ftlt like a new person entirely. ' I gained both In hfalth and weight. I praise Cardul for my recovery and good health, and I feel sure It will do the same for others, as It has me. It they will only gl It a trial." The above l.tt"r Is an earnest, frank statement of Miss Duff's opinion of Cardul. Khe has confidence In It, be cause it relieved her, after many dif ferent kinds of other remedies had failed, snd f.he believes It will help you, Just as It did her, If you will give It a fair trial. We Join Miss Duff In urging you to give Cardul a trial. It cannot harm you. and, Judging from the experience of thousands of others, Is almost sure to do you good. , II. B. K'rftt tor Chftinno Medicine Co.. ladies Advuorr lpt.. Chatiarun.ua. Tenn., lot -MNrr7f 'tf on yoiirraae ard 64-pak-e Uictk, 'Hnrna Treatment fur Women,'' seat ux plaia wrapper. Adv. High Cost of Living. Madam vVere you downtown to day, Mary? Maid Yes, jnuio; an' things cost so, mum. I spent $7, mum, an' only got a hat, a pair of shoes, an' some long gloves. Judge. TO DRIVROI'T MI.ARI AM) 1(1 II. X I I' THTB RVSTHM Ta t OIU Mndaid OIWVK rt T AMTKl.b'iS rllil.I, ToNlG. Vi-n know what run in lakina. Tha fornjiil la plainly pr1nl- on Mrnrj hoitin, BLuwinK It ttilmnlr (Jnlntmt aud !nn In u LMtli ftiriu. and in hiiVi 4-ffectnal form. Awr fruaa paopia a4 aJilldn-n. aO eeuta. A4t. Naughtiness. Mother (summoned by defeated nurse) Oh, Maudio, darling, how can you be so naughty? Maudie Eai.ily! Pun i.ily ! Punch. Medical Humor. Patient I'm troubled with bolls off ard on, doctor. What would you ad vise? Doctor We'd, I shouldn't let those that are off trouble me. Watered Stock. Two old Cronies had been sitting In cafe on Cortlandt street one Saturday afternon for several hours and were pretty much the worse for their lengthy tete-a-tete. "What is your nationality, anyway, Jim?" asked one. "Well, 1 11 tell you. Dob. My father came from Glasgow, so you see I'm half Scotch" "And the other half seltzer, I guess," put In his companion. Saturday Eve ning Post What a Funny Teacher. An east side lad of sis summer has a child's faculty for seeing things, often in the way they are not He came home from school the other day and found bis father reading the daily paper. "Pop," he said, "my teacher don't know nothln'!" "Why, son, what's, the matter now?" asked the father. "Wtll," replied the youngster, "she held a big red apple up In front of ub this morning and said: Children, vhat Is this I have- In my hand?' " Indian' spoils News. Hit the Danger Spot. A tippler with a very red nose got a day's work at a laborer in a boiler works. The same day he appeared before the surgeon at tho hospital with his nose smashed. "Good gracious!'1 exclaimed the sur geon. "How did you manage to get your nose smashed like that?" "Oh, cried the sufferer, "I put my nose through a bole It- the boiler for a sniff of fresh air, and the man out side with the hammer mistook it for a red hot rivet. And ha only hit once that's all." When the Peanuts Ran Out. For two hours an old back country mtin, who had never before seen an elephant, had ben standing before a row of them In enrapt silence deal Ing out poanuts one at a time. When the last was gone and no more forth coming, Jumbo, tha largest elephant reached over and removed the enter tainer's hat from hia head to tha top of a lion's cage nearby. For the first time in two hours the old man expressed his emotions In words: "You old two-tailed Indian- rubber nuisance you!" ho exclaimed, Indignantly. "If I knew which end your head was on, I'd slap your face." Infantile Paralysis. The horrors of infantile paralysis will not be alleviated by the note of Dr. Simon Flexner and two associates, appearing In the Journal of the Amer ican Medical Association, that the healthy parents of patients may be carriers of the disease. Dr. Flexner reports that washings from the naso pharynx of the parents of a child suf fering from an acute attack were Inoculated on Oc'.obtr 28 last In a monkey, the Mace -us cynomolgus: "Recovery from 'he anesthetic was prompt and the ani. il remained well until November 11, v 'ion It was noted to be excitable and 'o drag the right leu. The left leg proved to be weak. November 12 the rjM leg was defl nltely flurcld." Two days later portions of the spi nal cord iu( medulla "showed typical lesions of experimental poliomyelitis." -rWCTWww,i..i. . !.)-. uaiaiiaaaa. ,ja.eaa.a aian.iai ...vawaitaawwa a.,,,,,!. . , fft. - - 1 ' " WHY THE MEAL WAS HALTED Nothing Seriously Wrong, but Old Ctntleman Hid 6emo Trouble With tha Eluclve Onlcn. An ajted country couple, on the urgent Invitation of a grumlsun who lived In the city, were for a vUlt. The grandxon's wife was very anxious that the Crst meal should bo on which the aged couple would enjoy after th!r long ride In tho train, and accordingly tho table groaned under Its burden of good things to eat lit the course of the repast she no tlced several times that the old man scouud to be making llulo progrcfi with the meal. Mhut is the matter, grandfather?" she asked, "don't you like my din ner?" "No. no, grandfather," mumbled the old man. "It Isn't that Only I've a pltkled onion In my mouth, and I hain't got but one tooth left, so it's harder'n Sam Hill to catrh It, it's su lively. Just rest e;sy a spell til 1 git a holt on It and 1 11 bo all right!" Temperate Humanity. The driver of a brewery wagon stopped at a reMaurant where he de livered beer and prepared to water his horses, lie had filled a pall from the street hydrant a:id was about to offer It to the near horse when the command "Put that down caused him to drop tho bucket with a splath. Then a woman plunged a thermome ter Into the water. "Too cold by several decrees," she said. "Get a pail of hot water from tho restaurant." The driver mumbled "What for?" but he was awed by the woman's commanding manner and he fetched the hot water as directed. "Now," she said, "pour some of that cold water out and pour hot wa ter Into the pail uutil It registers about C7 degrees. Then water your horses. It is cruel to make a horse drink water colder than that, and ev ery member of the 8. P. C. A. that I have any Influence with Is going to keep an eye on your drivers and eu that you temper the water you glvo to your horses." Irreclaimable Skeptic. How big an income should a young man have before he Is justified In get ting married? This question is asked in various departments ot the Sunday papers at various seasons of the year, and It is varlouhly answered. Condi tions change and domestic happiness changes with the conditions. The best answer wo remember to have beard was given by a synlea' bachelor and skeptic last week. This person was in the newspaper oflice when, the woman editor opened her mail and read forth this question: "Could a young couple be happy on $&0O a year?" 'Sure they could," answered the skeptic eagerly. "They couldn't live together on it." Following Orders. Doctor (to Mrs. J., whose husband Is very ill) Has he had any lucid In tervals Mrs. J. 'E's 'ad nothing except what you ordered, doctor. Llppln cott's. Mr. Wliwlow'8 Booth lnp Syrup for Children teelhlDu;, aoftens toe aruma, reduces tnflamiu Uoaaiaa pajn.curea wind colic ,25c a bottle. His Caliber. "He has a heart of gold, a grip of Iron and a will of steel." "Humph! He must be a man of mettle." n Is one of nature's warnings when all the joy cf living lias vanished because of trouble peculiar to womankind. Don't disregard this warning. Don't procrastinate. Now fa the time to take steps to regain health end strength. Br, Metre's Favorite ftecripttea NO ALCOHOL NO NARCOTICS Ha3 been recommended for over forty years as a remedy for ailments peculiar to women. Thousands of grateful women have testified to its effectiveness. You, too, will find it beneficial. As made up by improved and exact processes, the "Favorite Prescription'' is a most efficient remedy for regulating all the womanly functions, correcting displacements, as prolapsus, anteversion and retroversion, overcoming painful periods, toning up the nervea and bringing ebout a perfect state of health. This tonic, ii liquid form, was devised over 40 years ago for the womanly syatnm, by R.V. T:.. m n n4 k.nRtl manv thouaand women. Now it can adao he obtained in tablet fovta from Every woman ought Pierce's great book, tho People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, a magnificent thousand-page illustrated volume. It leaches mothers how to care fcr their children and themselves. It is the best doctor to have in tho house in case ' cf emergency. Over half a million copies were sold at $1.50 eaclt, but one free copy in cloth covers will be sent on receipt cf SI one-cent stamps to pay the ccct cf wrapping and mailing only. Address Address Dr. Pierce's Invalids Hotel Buffalo, New York fcaafliM1 PUTNAM f -dor more good, brichter and f aater color than miy other dye. One l?c package color at) f. ber. Theydre XoTrVi! ,rment without ripping apart. Wnta for free booklet How to Dye, bleach and MuColora. WOMBOE DlltC tUHCANY, Qui dye any garment without ripping apart. Query: Is a bride self-possessed aft er her father gives her away. ITCH Relio-.d la 30 alimtea. Woolfrd a -M-mlry Luviou for all kluda of eoBiStfiOua. Itch. At Druggtata, Adv. Lots of poor men are the architects of other men's riches. A TONIC LAXA'ITVE Pc-ru-na, an Up-to-Date Family Medicine "Thai Should He In Every Homo """"l I 1 It ''I ') S. B. HARTMAN, M. D. Nearly everybody is oldiired mere or lesa to take a laxative. There are of courac a few exceptions. A great many people aleo need occaaionally to take a tonic. Probaldy few bouieholdj exiitt that do not make use of tonics and la xn I ires. The remedy Peruns is a laxative tonic. It not only operates ai a gentle laxative, but also as s tonic. The benefit derived from such a remedy ia a great deal more in the prevention of disease than in the cure. After s person ha really become sick, either with an acute or chronic ail ment, the rule should be to employ a physician, or ome one who can give the case Lis p'-rsonal attention. But long be fore this happens the person will complain of this or that symptom, which is not se vere enough to interfere with his rei;ular activity. If at this place before the di- HE KNEW. Smith Friends are a great consola tion. Jones Not if you're broke. Flattery. "It Is an easy matter for an agent to sell Gupp an edition do luxe set of books." "How eo?" "All the agent has to say Is: 'Mr, Gupp, you look like a man of Intelli gence.' " Doctors dlKOfcreo except as to the size of the bill. Addressed to Women dealer in medicine, or aend SO one-cent to possess Dr. A Case In Kind "l wrote to you about all montha ago for your kind advir In record to my eae," wrltaa Mra. Liiiie White. At timea 1 waa hardly able to be on my feet. 1 believe I had every rain and ache a woman could havt. Had a very bad caae of uterine Oiaeane. Ovarlea were very much diaeaawl and my bach waa very weak. 1 auffercd a great deal with oervoua naadachea. In fact ...a A .11 t 1. 1 FADELESS DYES The Mercantiie Bank MEJvfPI IIS .TENN. CAPITAL 1 200,000. 00 SURfUIS U 00,000.00 rirrTrRS F O narton, A. 8. Caldwell. 8. T. Cartiea. J. at. Fowlkea, W. -. Haait V O JTn It B LeMr, H. Li.ndee, K. W. TiTter, f. II. lUlne . Reert. H B. Keeie, JoT W. f hort, R. A. Spee-l. T. 11. Turley. K. K. Wright. 1 PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS. COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY aeme lias really gained a v. ithuM In th at'.lmii m n u t. in I.I. ,1 j ikA nr tl of k good to nil! 1iiUive the great rujor- ity of rases of sickne would is pre vented. IVruna is r ti!y tl.at thoulJ be kenl in the houa. lta virtus si a preventive to (lifeline is the thinj I with ihiefly to emphanire. A alight condition of eonatirmtlnn mnj Ira I to serious slugftinhnraa of the boweia, hiliixianeaa, re-alworption jf pntaoeoiia ma terial snd finally aicUneu. . Or apathy ot n.. .t. ....... I. I V.,I. ! i. ml ' I uhrd. msr sraduullv lead to itonla dvl"tv a or to the srquisition of mm atuts die esse. For either on of thre condition s few de of the tnnio Uiniv peruns would set matters riiiht. Tine it why tba remedy alimild sUaya 1m, kept hnndy hy. n lien once tlie value ol 1 eruns at a hnuwdiold remifly in u-idrratood no bonia would be without it. Cathartic, pills S'4 powders would be di-H-arlod. Irritu'.ina tonios would be no longer takm. Alco holic drinka w.iuld hsve no place. With S fi-w (loc of I'erun.t a viorom ippotite la prnduoed snd if Ih'.-ie lie sny iluKxialineas of the liuncls their fimitiou is gradually ret ored. Mt laxatives are TpecVeninj in their efTct. A tonic Imative Riiarila SKin" this wenkeninil eiTwt. Until nglit living '. a a lieeouie ao tliorouuKly etaliilied that til medicines tre fupcrtVioun, Perutis will Im needed. It is exactly the remedy that mer'.s numeroim necesNities of the boue li dd. Fold st all druu atores. Mr. John B. Perkins, 22 Whiting Pt, riyTiioutb, Man., WTites: "I think Pe runn ia a nunilier one medicine, 1 was troubled with catarrh and bowel com plaint. I tried several doctors, but could only find temporary relief. I took Peruns and am glad to sny Oint it cured my ca tarrh snd corneetcd my lv.wr-ls." Te-ru ns, Man-s-lin snd 1j cn-p! manu factured by the Pe-ru n Company, Coluiav bus. Ohio. Sold Bt sll drug stores. SrrCHf. NOTirF.: Many persona InqiiW fur The OU ilme ei runa. They wain the VY- runa that thvlr Fsthrta and Mothera . lull. Th. il.t li.punK ! nnm finite larno. If your drua'nt or ileular doea J ken It fur aftle write ine Kalnrnu CompalO t niiimmia. unlo, ana mey win ieu you tb Why S cratch r "HunfsCure'Ms guar anteed to Btop and permanently cure that terrible itching. It is compounded for that purpose and your money will be promptly refunded WITHOUT QUESTION if Hunt's Cure fails to cure Itch, Eczema, Tetter, Ping Worm or any other Skin Disease. SOc at your druggist's, or by mail direct if he hasn't it. Manufactured only by A. B RICHARDS MEDICINE CO., Shsrmnjeus no appetite, Indication, I Intulence, Skk Headache, "all run down" or luting lletti, you win find I u it what you nerd. They ton up the weak atooiach and build up to llanlns enrrElr.. Aikt'tt ftLUnnt-aaltrcnrrt limine U'rH ltii l"lter,Kcrof nlouti ilitrn. arW'o I ltrn, In dolent i-er,MjrrurlHl ri-.r,W httSwU Inc.MHk t,MC.FrrS(ir.iiflMarsu "jw'IK aVxetUi l-r. J.P. 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