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Finally Cured by Lydia E Piak
h2rns Vejetatle Compound.
Irie, ra. "I suffered for fire yean
from f emaU troubles and at last was
'.almost helpless. I
went to three doc
tors and they did
ma no rood, so my
sister adtised me to
try Lydia E. Pink.
when I had taken
only-two bottles I
could sea a ' biz
coange, n I took
six bottles and I am
dow stronif and well
again. I don't know how to express
tny thanks for the rood It has don me
and I hope all suffering women will
rire Lydia E. Rnkhara'a Vegetable
Compound a trial. It was worth its
weight in gold. "Mrs. J. P. Excijch.
E. F. D. Ko. 7. Erie, Fa.
Lydia E. Finkham's Vegetable Com
pound, made from native roots and
herbs, contains no narcotic or harm
ful drnrs, and to-day holds the record
for the largest number of actual cures
of female diseases we know of, and
thousands of -voluntary testimonials
are on file In the Pinkham laboratory
at Lynn, Mass., from women who have
been cured from almost every form of
female complaints, such as inflamma
tion, ulceration, displacements, fibroid
tumors. Irregularities, periodic pains,
backache, indigestion and nervous
prostration. Every suffering woman
owes it to herself to give Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound a trial
If you want special advice write
Mrs-Pinkham, Lynn, Mass., for itr
It is free and always helpful.
OA. Bu. to ilia Aero
It a bavy yield, bat that's what John KrBDndy of
Adnuaton. A item. Western uud, col from 40
ivr rpring oat in u'lu uepona
trout oiner a i tmcu i n t nat prov
ince tnowea owr excel
lent tYMl its aocD as .-
0U basbrls of bnt
from 1M a cm or S3 1-1
bu. per acre, to. So a Dd 40
bufcbelyielde were cum
kum. A high as 1:3
bunbeis or oats to vlie
arre we re tort bod from
Alberta field In U1Q.
The SHrer Cup
at the remit Spokane
i'alr wasawarded to the
Alberta (government for
ita exhibit of trains, prasees and
Tegetabiea. Report of excellent
yields for '.Uu come also from
Haskatrbewan and Manitoba In
t ree hmeteadt of 160
fmptionaof 1 16 acre (at.
e-3 iwravra) are to bo tutd
in the oliok-eitt districts.
rW-hools onveuient, dl
nmtn excellent, aoil the
erT beet, rati wavs close at
hiknit, build in if lumber
eheap.f neleaay toget and
reasonable In price, water
easily procured, mixed
farming a inrreM.
Write as to best place for set
tlement, settlers' low railway
tru-s, dMri pure illustrated
I.ast Best West" (sent free on
&pplicauon)and other informa
tion, to 8upt of Immigration,
Goi-ernmem A4-CUU i&
H. M. WILLIAMS
413 Gardner S!dg., Toledo, Ohio
Pleaee write to tbaaent nearest you
YOU CAN OWN A FARM IN
Lew Prices. Easy Terms. 5 Interest. Ko Taxes
H-nrr of men are makinr f ton) per acre raisins'
frnit and vegetables in winter tune. So ean you.
.fcrVn-tmrk for quick returns; oranpes, (Tapeinut,
fipa and pecans for bur profits with iiule labor. Our
1 Dd is beauuf u Jt kxmied along tlie Moll of Mexico
in Pasco eoODtT. well elevated and yery fertile. Pro
daces beet and li chest -priced oranres and grapefruit
tiied out of fionaa SfcOO toSioui worth per acre.
Produces $971 eeiery. wilaiTi SUw straw hemes;
HuC cucumbers, etc Three i-rcns raised each year,
r- !sh, oysters and came in anondanre. Send for full
lulormation on tbis proposition so importaul to yoc
POKT RICH ET fOM P A3 T.
Ham nmees. 17 Kranklin HU. Tampa, Fla.
Sew F.nrlano ufflces. 7 Tremont Bt Boston, Mass.
W. N. U CINCINNATI, NO. 45-1911.
Arms Made to Order.
A United States senator wortn mil
lions which he made rapidly, has a
eoat-of-arnis recently acquired. He
rare a large dinner party one night.
His coat of .arms was emblazoned in
gold on the top of the dinner cards.
The lady who went in with the seq
ator, the wife of another senator, ob
served the Insignia when she picked
up her dinner card and exclaimed:
"Yes," replied the senator proudly,
I think it is rather neat. My wife In
Tented It." Saturday Evening Post.
Not for Him.
Farmer Hayseed (in the city) I
want ter find an eatin'-house.
Accosted Pedestrian Are you look
ing for any particular place?
. Farmer H. Wall, not to darned
p'tickler. Boston Transcript.
A bald man doesn't want the earth.
Give him a bottle of hair restorer that
will restore, and he'll so on his way
Lota of men who sit around on dry
goods boxes and growl about hard
limes would consider it an insult if
any one were to offer them a Job.
A town that pays the preacher and
supports the editor is mighty clos to
heaven. Atlanta Constitution.
What makes old age so cad Is,
not that our joys, but that our hopes
Cured in Ono Day
A a rule, a few doses of Munvon'g Cold
Remedy will break up any cold, and pre
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25 cents at any drupjrict's, or ent postpaid.
If yon Ted iledicsl ad vine write to
Munyon's Doctors. They will carefully
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mail, absolutely free.
.Addreae Professor Munyon, 53d and
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Beverly, Mass. Speaking in behalf
of the Indian and negro Industrial
schools at Hampton, Va., of which ha
Is a trustee, President Taft voicea his
indignation at the necessity that such
useful institutions must beg for money
and at the failure of the nation's
many millionaires to come to their
rescue with contributions. In the
graduation of Booker Washington, the
president said, Hampton has done
enough to entitle it to the gratitude of
The meeting was held at the home
of Mr. T. Jefferson Coolldge, at Man
chester, Mass. Governor Mann of Vir
ginia, "the first Virginia governor
whom we have caught in New Eng
land and brought up here for this pur
pose," as the president smilingly re
ferred to him, and many of the trus
tees and some of the men interested
in raising funds for Hampton were
"I always come In with a living pro
test a point of Indignation that an
Institution as useful as that Is, through
out the country," said the president,
"forming, aa (t does, the basis for our
Industrial schools and suggesting a
remedy and method of meeting the
negro problem still should be on a
basis necessitating the organization of
such meetings as this and the begging
by such men as you Bee before you
for money enough to run it from year
to year. We have lots of millionaires
In this country and why cannot the
contributions be sufficiently large to
put such an Institution as Hampton
on a. basis that shall be self-supporting?
"Hampton graduated Booker Wash
ington, and as somebody has said. It
It had not done anything else, that
alone would entitle it to the gratitude
of the country. Booker Washington
established Tuskegee, and from Tus
kegee has sprung many schools of a
similar character throughout the
"Northern generosity and donations
with reference to southern education
and the education of the negro have,
of course, borne fruits and I don't
watn in any way to diminish the de
sire of those who wish to give. The
negro is a citizen of the south, a very
important part of the industrial make
up of; the south and the negro there
fore ought to come, and is coming,
more and more under the guardian
ship of the south."
THE FIGHT OVER AFRICA
COLLECTOR CHARLES W. ANDER
SON IN AN ADDRESS SHOWS
HOW THE FOREIGN POWERS
ARE SEEKING TO GET CON
TROL WHILE THE NEGRO IS
SCATTERED OVER THE WORLD
AND OWNS BUT LITTLE OF
New York. In an Interesting ad
dress in which he deeply deplored the
failure of the negro to stand together.
Collector Charles W. Anderson spoke
to a large audience at the Church of
the Seven Day Adventist, 184 .West
One Hundred and Thirty-fifth street,
using as his subject: "The Conflict
Eetween the Forces of the Cross and
the Forces of the Crescent in Tripoli,
and Its Lesson to Us." Counsellor
Wilford H. Smith presided.
Collector Anderson informed his
hearers that at this time the different
foreign nations are very much wor
ried about the various strips of land
In Africa, and that the only territory
not in dispute is Liberia, and that
even Germany and France are unable
to agree on the Llberian boundary
"With Germany and France ready to
war over Morocco, England doing all
she can to retain her foothold in
Egypt, France resorting to every sub
terfuge to remain in control of Algiers,
and Italy and Turkey . fighting over
Tripoli, the negro of America can read
ily understand the great concern Eu
rope is taking in Africa, And yet.
while the various nations are trying
to get every foot of this rich and fer
tile country with the exception of Li
beria, the descendants of Africa are
scattered here and there without own
ing a foot of the land in a country
which is causing the countries of the
old world to quarrel and fight," de
clared Collector Anderson.
The negro was urged to get closer
together In order to accomplish much
NEGRO CITY PLANNED
TRACT OF 1,358 ACRES ACQUIRED
AT HORTENSE, TENN.
Nashville, Tenn. A negro city has
been planned for Hortense, Dickson
county. A meeting was held there and
option held on 1,358 acres taken up.
The United Helping society of Ten
nessee is back of the project, having
already built a number of houses for
colored people at Antloch. All avail
able land there has been 'used. At
Hortense an agricultural and indus
trial school has been projected and a
widows and orphans' home.
"You think that woman has an ex
ceptionally kindly and generous dis
position." "Unquestionably.", replied Miss Cay
enne. "She can read an entire col
umn of society news clear through
without once smiling cynically and
saying 'humph'! ! !"
A PHYSICIAN'S ANSWER.
A patient once atked her physician
why his mustache was black ?nd his
hair was gray. "Why," he replied,
"my mustache is 20 years younger
than the hair on my head."
SOME INFORMATION, ANYHOW.
"Do you think they are going to set
tle Anything by raising the Maine?"
"Tes. sir; they are going to thor
oughly establish the fact that nobody
kaows what caused tLa explosion."
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Appetite Not a Necessity.
Dr. John R, Murlin of New York, as
sistant professor of physiology at the
Cornell university medical college, in
an article in the October number of
the Journal of the Outdoor Life, com
pares the food we eat to the fuel used
In furnishing steam and power for an
engine. In selecting our food he says
that we should eat enough to furnish
energy for the day's work, but that
much more than this is not needed
He holds that the appetite ia not a ne
cessity for good digestion. "There is
no fallacy of nutrition." he says,
"greater than that which supposes
that a food cannot be digested and uti
lized without appetite." Most of the
food we eat, fully four-fifths, goes to
supply energy for our every-day tasks,
while less than one-fifth goes to sup
ply building material.
What Travelers Needed.
A traveler's outnt 303 years ago
was somewhat different from the
present day. In 'Touring In 1600,"
by E. S. Bates, the following list is
given: "First among requisites is a
book of prayers and hymns effective
for salvation without being so pugna
cious, doctrinally, as to cause sus
picion. Next, a notebook; a watch,
or a pocket sundial; if a watch, not a
striker, for that warns the wicked
you have cash; a broad-rimmed bat,
gaiters, boots, breeches (as if his
friends would let him start without
any!), gloves, shoes, shirts, handker
Immensity of Nature.
They were on r trip to Switzerland
and had that day braved all dangers
and ascended one of the highest
points in the Alps.
He was very fat, and as he stood
panting and mopping his brow at the
top of the mountain, he turned to his
wife and said, with pathos in his
"See, dear, bow small one is in the
immensity of nature."
"Small, indeed!" answered his bet
ter half. "Why, you're standing in
front of me, hiding the whole of Mount
Blanc and the best part of the valley
of Chamonlx!" Exchange.
Easy to Understand.
When Senator John E. Hessin and
daughter cf Manhattan were . doing
Europe and Asia last summer, sa the
Kansas City Journal, 1 they took a mo
tor boat ride on the Sea of Galilee.
In the party was a New York minis
ter. When the party bad finished the
ride the minister asked the boatman
the amount of the bilL The boatman
told him. It was exorbitant
"I can readily understand why
Christ walked on the water here." said
Sunday School Teacher Why was
the fiery furnace seven times heated?
Tommy I suppose It went out be
Ifs the teed Blood Corpuscles- That
Proper Food Makes.
An Ohio woman says Grape-Nuts
food gave her good red blood and re
stored the roses of youth to a com
plexion that had been muddy and
blotchy. She says:
"For 10 years 1 had stomach trouble
which, produced a breaking out on my
face. The doctors gave it a long Latin
name, but their medicines failed to
cure it. Along with this I had fre
quent headaches, nervousness and us
ually pain In my stomach after meals.
"I got disgusted with the drugs,
stopped them and coffee off short, and
quit eating everything but fruit ana
Grape-Nuts, with Postum tor my table
"The headaches, stomach trouble,
and nervous weakness disappeared al
most like magic, which showed that
when the cause was removed and
good food and drink used nature was
ready to help.
"My blood was purified and my com
plexion became like a young girl's,
while my weight was increased from
SO to 120 pounds In a tew months
good, solid firm flesh, where it used
to be soft and flabby.
"I recommended Grape-Nuts and
Postum to one cf my friends, who was.
afflicted as I had been. She followed
my advice and in a short time was re
Etcred to complete health and In about
8 months her weight increased from
100 to 148 pounds.
"Our doctor, observing the effect of
Grape-Nuts and Postum in our cases,
declared, the other day, that he would
hereafter prescribe these food prod
ucts for gastritis." Name given by
Postum Co., Battle Creek. Mich.
Read the little book, "The Read to
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Exrt read lh above Irtlerf A new
one spprnri from tlntr to time. Thty
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1 1. v-irs
WOMAN CURED BOY OF
Eczema Caused Abscsfiea Now En
tirely Cured by Reslnol.
"Who can tell the terrib'a suffering of
this poor boy until his mother finally
discovered Reslnol? Taken from
school because of his tad plight, he
was in misery greater, probably, than
words can describe. Read what his
"My boy had Eczema In such a form
that it caused abscesses on his head.
I was compelled " to take him from
school. After using your soap and
ointment for three weeks he was en
tirely cured. .1 will always keep both
In my home. , -
"MRS. FLORENCE GRIFFIN,
"828 WInton street, Philadelphia, Pa."
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It can do It In all cases of skin dis
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Reslnol Ointment Is prescribed by
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eruptions of poison Ivy and other skin
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should be on hand ready for Immedi
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containers selling at fifty cents and
Reslnol Soap, made of the same in
gredients, represents the highest art
In soap-making. It is refreshing and
soothing and should be used by every
one for the toilet and bath. It is es
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"I see somebody has invented a
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is it noiseless?"
"Why, madam, it's constructed In
such a manner that er you don't
make a noise when you're using it."
"Henry may be a bad student, but
at least he is consistent"
"In what way?"
"I caught him swearing over his
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In order to become a nuisance you
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Cement Talk No. 1 1
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PAPER Oil RACE PROBLEM
WHITES SHOULD "TOTE" SQUARE,
SAYS NEW ORLEANS ITEM.
The Item, New Orleans, recently
had the following strong editorial re
garding the rights of colored Ameri
can!. The Item says:
"We state unqualifiedly that there
is every reason why. In decency. Jus
tice, humanity and good public policy,
the better white people of this section
should accord even handed Justice and
proper consideration to the self re
specting, law abiding element of our
"In the first place, the man who as
sumes a cruel attitude toward another
human being stultifies himself. In the
next place the man who does another
a wrong or Injustice unnecessary dis
courages and embitters that person.
- "There Is such a thing as noblesse
oblige In this world a carrying out
of the Idea that one who has the ad
vantage of race, color, birth or breed
ing owes it to himself to treat others
with kindness and consideration.
"The misconceptions of reconstruc
tion times have passed away. The ne
groes know their place In society. The
white people know that there Is no
possibility of any attempt being made
on the part of the sane element of the
negro race to seek social equality or
to strive for political power through
'The negroes have been disfran
chised. They have no say in the gov
ernment of the country to which they
pay taxes and whose laws they must
obey. Fighting them Is like shooting
at tame birds. Making an Issue of
them In politics is demagoglsm pure
"The reason is that this Is fair and
right, and strong men, Just men, chiv
alrous men, stand for these things In
all cases and under all circumstances.
"The negroes are a valuable Indus
trial element In the south. They cre
ate a large part of our wealth. They
do a great deal of the work. Itis Idle
and fatuous to argue the abstraction
whether we would be better off event
ually If they were not here. They are
here a condition, not a theory.
"They will be here while the rest of
us live, an element for good or for
evil. Fair treatment of them, humane
treatment, will certainly not make
them worse as a race or more difficult
as a problem, nor will It hurt those
who recognize the comparative help
lessness of the negroes and insist that
each of them shall be treated In ac
cordance with the merits of his estab
lished character and personal beha
vior." mm lawyers orsahize
FIFTY LAWYERS FROM ALL PARTS
OF THE UNITED STATES FORM
Little Rock, Ark. The organization
of a National Negro Bar association
was one of the features of the Na
tional Negro Business league meeting.
There were present 50 lawyers from
all parts of the country, who took
part In the organization. J. T. Settle
of Memphis called the meeting to or
der. He Bald he was pleased to see
so many lawyers present, men who
were making their way by looking aft
er the interest of their people.
Tiie organization was perfected by
electing the following officers: J. T.
Settle. Memphis, president; J. Madi
son Vance, New Orleans, vice-president;
P. W. Howard, Jackson, Miss.,
secretary; W. T. Andrews, Sumter, S.
C, treasurer J. Madison Vance. B. F.
Booth, J. W. Brown, S. Laing Wil
liams, W. T. Andrews, members of
committee on constitution.
L. J. Winston of Greenville, Miss.,
who Is perhaps one of the oldest negro
lawyers in the south, as well as most
successful, addressed the association.
He eaid he thought it was a step for
ward for the negro lawyers to get to
gether in a great organization to meet
each year with the Business league.
Winston is attorney for the Negro Ma
sons in Mississippi and several other
P. W. Howard, who Is attorney for
the Order of Calanthe In Mississippi,
the women's auxiliary of the negro
Pythians, also spoke. Mr. Howard
represents the successful young negro
Scipio Jones delivered an address
of welcome. Nashville Globe.
ALBINO ANIMALS IN JAPAN.
It is noteworthy ' that albino ani
mals are regarded by the Japanese in
a superstitious light. The appear
ance of one is considered a good
omen for tho reigning mikado and oc
casionally signalizes a reign. For ex
ample, one reign is called "hakuchi
nenkan," or period of the white pheas
ant; another the "haku hoo nenkan,"
or period of the .white phoenix. Lon
JUST TO BE LET ALONE.
Deputation of Creditors We've
come to tell you that we are quite
willing to make as easy an arrange
ment with you as possible.
Debtor The easiest arrangement
you "could make would be all to zp
away again. Fllegende Blaetter.
.NO RACE PROBLEM h ERE.
President Claffy. of the White Fair
association of Orangeburg county.
South Carolina, has invited colored
men to take stock in the .nterprlse.
Says he: "The progress of Orangeburg
Ls for all good citizens, white or black."
Little Katherine I know something
I shan't tell!
Crusty Bachelor Never mind, dear.
You'll get over that habit as you
grow older Pathfinder.
s MAN WROTE THIS.
Ida You don't mean to say that
Algy called you old and homely?
Alice Not in exactly, those words,
but he said if we rode home in the
subway I might not get a seat Life.
WHAT'S THE HATTER
WITH YOUR BABY?
The young mother and many an old i
one. too la orten puzzled tu know tne
causa ot her - child's ill nature. The
loudness of Its crylnir does not neces
sarily indicate the seriousness of Its
trouble. It may have nothing more the
matter with !t than a headache or a feel
ing of general dullness. It cannot, of
course, describe it feelings, but as a
preliminary measure you are safe in
trying a mild laxative.
Nine times out of ten. you will find It
ia all the child needs, for its restlessness
and peevishness are perhaps due to ob
struction of the bowels, and once that
has been remedied the headache, the
sluggishness and the many other evi
dences of constipation and indigestion
will quickly disappear.
Don't give the little one salts, cathar
tic pills or nasty waters, for these will
act as purgatives, and they are too
strong for a child. In the families of
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Dunn Ah, you are In this time.
I've called five times with thi3 bill,
but you've been out.
Owens Indeed? Well, you are out
this time. Fine morning, isn't it?
A SERIOUS ERROR.
Many a case of kidney disease has
proven fatal because the symptoms
were not recognized. If you suffer
from backache or bladder irregulari
ties, follow the ad
vice of G. II. Tut
tle, Rogers street,
Broken Bow ,
Nebr. Says Mr.
Tuttle: "I was
confined to Tny
home for weeks,
unable to walk
more than ten feet
at a time. The
doctor said I had
gravel, and his treatment helped me
temporarily, but soon the symptoms
j returned with greater severity than
before. Being urged, I used Uoan a
Kidney Pills and received almost
instant relief. In a few weeks' time
I was completely cured."
"When Your Back 13 Lame, Re
member the Name DOAN'S." 50c. a
box at all stores. Foster-ililburn Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
The time a man begins to fear for
the future of his country Is when he
fears be is going to lose a job in the
The wife of the man who knows it
all gets back at him occasionally by
saying: "I told you so!"
Many women suffer needlessly from girlhood to woman
hood and from motherhood to old . se with backache,
dizziness or headache. She becomes broken-down, sleep,
less, nervous, irritable and feels tired from morning to
night. When pains and aches rack the womanly system at
frequent intervals, ask your neighbor about
.Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription '
Thlm Pfacriptlon Mm; tor over to rears, ea
earlaa dolieat; weak, pala-wrmckod women,
br too hundred ot thouomada mad thl too Im
tho privacy ot their homea without their hat
V iai to mabmlt to ladellemto auestloaluia and
otteaslrelr rcpaiaant examination.
. ,ck.1omvea "re "TOted consult ia confidence by letter frit. Xidre
World s Dispensary Medical Ass'n, R.V. Pierce, M. D., Pres't, Buffalo, N. Y.
Da. Pimcb's Gseat Family Docroa Boos, The People's Common Sens
Medics! Adviser, newly revised op-to-date edition 1000 pages, answers im
Flai English hosts of delicate questions which every woman, tingle or married,
ought to know about. Sent frrt to any address on receipt of 31 one-eenC
Stamps to COVT cost of wrapping and mailing only, im French cloth binding.
W. L. DOUGLAS
2.50, 3.00,3.50&4.00 SHOES
Men and Women wnmx WJDouglaa shoes
because) they are the best shoes produced at
Uus country for the price. Insist upon bv
ing them. Take no other make.
THE STANDARD OF QUALITY
FOR OVER 30 YEARS
The assurance that goes with an estab
reputation is your assurance in buying
- w . i Lougias snoes.
If 1 could take you into my large factories
at Brockton, Mass and show you how V
carefully W.L.Doug!as shoes are made, you j?
would then understand why they are war
ranted to hold their aharje. fit better and
wear lor ger than any other make for the
CAUTION Th" r-nnJne have W. I DootjUsi
" navme and prion stamped on bottom i
from factor, .7..T L"5
frmrom. n mn. .4 w
uiuua. iw anara v Krocktoa. SI
Mrs. It. A. Wlsner. "West Unity. Ohio,
and Mrs. Herman Wilson, eltoutavlll..
Ohio, the only laxative given ia Dr.:
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It ha beer
found to answer most perfectly aik
the purposes of a laxative, and its very"
mildness and freedom from griping--recommend
it especially for the use of.
children, women, and old folks gener
allypeople who need a gentle howel
stimulant. Thousands of American
families have been enthusiastic about it
for more than a quarter of a century.
Anyone wlshlna; to make a trial of thl
remedy before buying It lit the regular,
way of a druggist at fifty cents or on
dollar a large bottle (family size) can
have a sample bottle sent to the horn
free of charge by simplv addressing Dr.
W. B. Caldwell. XI Washington St..
Montlcello. III. Tour name and address
on a postal card will do.
(0 lamps and
Sloan'g Liniment is a relia
ble remedy for any kind of
horse lameness. Will kill the
growth of spavin, curb or splint,
absorb enlargements, and is
excel'ent for sweeny, fistula
'' I qsed Sloan' Liniment on a mole for
'high lamcneaa,' and cured her. I ana
never without a bottle of your liniment ;
hav bought more of it than any other
remedy ur pains." Bailv Kiaar.
"Sloan's Liniment is the beat made. I
have removed very brge ahoe bo da oil a
horse with it. I have killed a quarter
crack on a mare that was awfully bad. I
have alao healed raw, sore necks on three
hones. 1 have healed grease heel oa a
marc that could hardly waik."
Anthony ii. Kivin, Oakland, IV,
Route No. i
is good for all farm stock,
"My hogs had hoff cholera three days
before we got your liniment, which I was
advised to try. I have used it now for
three days and my hces are almost well.
One hog died before 1 got the liniment,
but I have not lost any snice."
A. J. UdABTHV, Idaviile, lad.
Sold by mil
50c & $1.00
Sloan's Book on Hones,
Cattle, Hogs and Poultry V
sent free. Address
Dr. Earl S. Sloan I
Cleanm and baaotifiee tb hafc
Promotes a luxuriant frowth.
Never Tails to fieatoro Oray
Haip ta ilm Vflnithfiil folro"
Cur scalp dittswe M h:r failing
we ony nnnareas or Kinds. M.iht gmw In vow
ylrlnlfv. We need specially OOLbK.V KRal
ROOTS and UT hlirh nrinx n.l i--. ... ..... ..
of Lnatractiuna giving fall list sad average, antra.
L L. HOPKINS a CO.. Drug Millers. Ne Tart CKj,
'if 1 2?: " ""V' W-U1 PomMwlw owtwewr-
1 W FAIRS of ordinary buys'shoaSV
rosi bwor cw(S utoa tJKiituvlu.
Always ready for use. Safest and most reliable.
The Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater is just
Eke a portable fireplace.
It give quid, glowing heai wherever, whenever, you want it.
A necessity in all sad spring, when it is not cold enough for
the furnace. Invaluable aa an auxiliary heater ia midwinter.
Drums of Uuc enamel or plain steel, with nickel trimmings.
Atk ymar dealer ta shew poa a Psrfsctica Stanseios Oil Heater,
of wrss to hay aeacv ot
Standard Oil Company