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a pretty face, a good figuro-, tra
sooner or later learn -?&A&VUH
he.ilthy, happy, contented woraai
Is. most of ail to be admired.'
I; Women troubled with iaintinj
spells, irregularities, aarvous irrita
those dreadful dragging sensations
cannot hope to be happy or popular
and advancement in 'either home
business or social life is impossible
The cause of these troubles, how
ever, yields quickly tcVLydia ?L Pink
hams Vegetable Compound mad?
from native roots and herbs. It act
a* once upon thoorga.n>?ffli?t?d;?n<
the nerve cen tens, dispelling effec
tu ally all those distressing symp
>toms. No other medicine in the e
indorsement or has such a record bi
Lydia E P)iikhali^
: Miss Emma Guntzler, of 631 Sta
4cFpr a lon 4 time^ I waa -troubled
.drain oil my strength away, l l
irritable, aod all worn out,, Cbiin?in
of a case simitar, tc- mine;cured".
Compound, ? decided'to'tryit-?ttd"f"
benefit received.v I am entirely we]
Lydia E. :RnkhauB*8 Vegetable
reme^^xo^ ?ft forms of Female Cc
Displacements, -inflammation and
jiandg^or cBUdfixtli and the Chang
Women suffering from any form
jiromptly communicate with Mrs. P
iii ree and always helpful.
It is.less to suffer? punishment than"
tb deserve it.-Ovid.
The Alaska Packers Association
have liberated from their hatcheries
in Alaska, up to 1906, over three
lundred and fifty-one million. (351,
000,000) young salmon. Their Ftfrt
mann'hatchery is the largest in the
world, r "
A blow threatened was neyr well
Plan for Good Health ! Take Garfield Tea
now; it regulates the river and-kidneys,
overcomes constipation, parities the blood
and eradicates disease, lt is made wholly
of Herbs. . - ?
Use can inmost change the stamp
Argo Red Salmon is sold in one
pound tall cans, because only the tall
cans are^-iinea by- machinery.' 'FT?V
and one-half pound cans are filled by
hand. Hand work iu factories is
crude and antiquated: _}?? !
Dont buy everything that's cheap
and you'll escape being taken in.
MINISTER TELLS THE TRUTH
Personal Experience of Aged and
o ether main in the community is ao
?-beloved or. whose .words have- such
rh t as* the minister, who has devoted
life to the service of mankind, in
dahd one of the most noted Methodist
. ministers in the State-suffered . severely
j with rheumatism: He found no relief until
g a friend recommended Rheumacide. He
* was so delighted with thevresulte..tjhat^fnr.
the benefit of other Bufferers, as a duty to
? mankind, he tells his experience in the fol
.'Reisterstown, Md., February 27th.
"I was. taken with lntiammatory Rheu
matism in n?y left hand and foot in the be
giiming of this winier arid suffered greatly.
A gentleman in-Baltimore who had tried
. Rheumacide for Rheumatism recommended
it. to me.. I secured three bottles and took
"^.y.in ai?a?er doses than prescribed,; and '
?rn ne w entirely cured. Can use both.hand
and foot, without, the least-inconvenience'.
"Pastor, Reisterstown M.. E. Church,"
Tour- druggist sells" and 'recommends
Many a rat devore thu lion.-Ger
many - .
ArgQ\ "Argo, Argo, Argo, Argo,
Argb/Argp, Argo"; Argo, Argo.
Hypocrisy is the necessary burden
.y'jpt v?liny.-Dr. Johnson.
A Square Deal
Ii ass ired you when yon buy Dr. Pierce's
family medicines-for all the ingredi- *
.nts entering into them are printed on
th8~bott;hVwrappers and their formulas
are attested under oath as being complete
and con ec t. You know j ust what you are
pay in? for and that the ingredients, are
gatherec^rom^ature'^iaboratory. being j
selec&ad from the'most valuable nativo -i
medicinal roots lound growing in our
American fore?f5>scLwhiIe potent to cure
are parfe?tte hartnlea?vjftnto the most
delicate woinc^a.?a^mi7i?nr^ Not a drop
reSned, glycerine. Tais agent possesses
Intri^Sic^Haeojcinai properties of its own,
being & most valuable antiseptic and anti
ferment,' miftrittve and soothing demul
Glycerine plays an important part in
.Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery In
the eura cf indigestion, dyspepsia and
weak stomach, attended by sour risings,
heart-burn, foul "broath, coated .-tongv?-,
poor appetite, gnawing ^feeling ?h-stom- -
sen, ^biliousness and kindred derange
mentiiOt the stomach, liver and bowels. '
Besides curing al! the above distressing
ailments. the'Coldcn Medical Discovery ?
ta a spedfic-for aU diseases of the mucous
memtiraniis, -&S c;vta^rh,-.whother o? thoi"
nasal passages or.oi th? stomach, bowels
or-pelvic organs. Even lu its ulcerative
staged it will yield to ih?> sovereign rem
edy it Its'use be persevered 1tf. In Chronic
Catarrh of the Nasal passages, lt is well,
wolla'taking thc "Golden Medical Dis
covery " for the necessary Fonstitutional'-t
treatment, to clcaps?fi^nass?cstreSyn
two er three times.a d?y^wlt?r-Dr.-Sagc s- f
Cata-i^h Remedy. TThls thorouglu?purse
of traatmcnt generally cares "theJw'orst
casesi '. ' - ^/J L L
In conchs and hoarseness caused by bron
chial, throat and Ians affections, except con
sumption In Its advanced iiaaes. the "(rolden -
Medical Discovery " ls a most:efiiclent rcm
?dy. csr.ecia.liy in those obstinate, hansen
coughs caused by lrrlir tion and congestion ot
the bron ch iii mucous membranes. .The ."Dis"
cover/ " ls not,so cood foi- acute coughs aris
Inr fiom sudden colds, nor must lt be ex
pected to cure consumption tn Its advanced
atares-no med reine vrUl'co tliat-but for'all
tbs obstinate, chronic conchs, wh Ich. If ner
lectedvbrbadir-rreated. l;ad unto consumar" J,
tion, it lathe best medicine that can be taken." 1
Providence ipr-the most ^part ^sets
us OB^^e^Tr**'^^i'tb^:'>>:*- ?
CURED '<TffrGR ATEL.
Kofi a Singl? Sto*?J$asVFor^dJ3ince
JJ sing Dean's Kidney Pills.
J. D. Danghtrey, music publisher,
ol SuffollrSya., says: ''During^wo or
passed about 2 %
pounds of gravel and,
Bip^y gedimeat in the
urine. . -1 haven't
passed -a . stone-since j
using :Doan!s ! Kidney: j.
Pills, however*- an d . ?
that was three years j
ago. I used to suffer ;
the most'acute agony
durioj a gravel attack, and had the.,
other u*ual symptmis of kidney trou- :
bles.- ?asi-.'tjde, Keaciac5e? pain lu1
tho ba:-, 'urinary d.!so:-t?r?, *;-he?-f!
matlc ppi.*i, ou-. ' bavera box ron- ?'?
talninx i'l gravel siones that - I [
passei, but that is no: on?:3uari:?? cf i
the whole number. 1 consider loan's j
Kidney IJiil3 a fiae-kldney tonic." .!
SpU-by ail dealers. 5 ? ceri ts a box. !
^n-Milb?ra C?" Buffalo, >T. Y.
r MISS EMMA RUNT'ZLER
ountry has received such unqualified
( cures'bf female lils as bas
te St., Schenectady, N. Y.*, writes:
with a weakness which seemed*-to'
lad dull headaches, was nervcvo,
g* to read one of your advertisements
.W Lyd?a^E:-.'K??tianV8 Vegetable'
cantiot'?'irerfess-my gratitude' fo? the
ll and feel like a newsperson." v
Compound ie - th? most successful
implttate, Week Back. Pall in ff an d
Ulceration, und 1? invaluable, to pre?,
ig Invitation to Women
of female weakness are invited, to
hikih'aai, at Lynn, Mass. Her ?3vice
' iHo ' one . ever* repented of having
held his tongue.-Italian.
? SlOO Reward, 8100.
F The readers of this paper will hepleased to
learn that there is at least one dreaded dis
ease that science has been able to cure in all
its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hali's Catarrh
Cure is the only positive cure now known to
the -medical fraternity. Catarrh being a con
stitutional disease, requires a constitutional
treatment. -Hall's Catarrh Cur?is taken inter
nally, acting directly, upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system.thereby destroy
ing-the foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient strength byjibuilding up the con
stitution and assisting.'nature m doing its
work."The proprietors'have so much faith
in irs curative powers that they offer One
Hundred ."Do ll art: for any case that it fails to
cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address
i Pl J. CHENEV & Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druggists, 75c
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
How poor are they that have not
The Alaska Packers Association,
who can the Argo :Red Salmon, has
the largest fleet in number of any
shipping firm sailing under the Amer
ican flag, lt owns 55 steamers and
15 sailing vessels and charters many
It is base to speak vain words.
Garfield Tea. is for those who desire an
? ideal laxative; it is simple, pure, mild and
potent $ it regulate tho liver and kidneys,
, overcomes constipation and brings Good
I Health. It is guaranteed under the Pure
Food and Progs Law.
He is rich enough who does not
want So. 14-'07.
CURES ALL SKIN TROUBLES.
Sulphur thc. Accepted Remedy for a
Sulphur is one of the greatest remedies
nature ever gave to man. Every physician
knows, it cures skin/ and blood troubles.
Hancock's Liquid Sulphur enables you to
get' bfae >fnllt:benent.vm most' eonvenient
fora. . Don't take sulphur "tablets" or
"wafers," or powdered sulphur in.molasses.
Hancock's Liquid Sulphur ie pleasant to
take and perfect ba its ,?.ction. Druggists
sellit. ; ' ' - *
1 A well known citizen of Danville, Pa.,
.write?: ; JT havchad-an aggravated case of
Eczema for over twenty-five years. . I have
used seven 50-cent bottles of the Liquid;
I and'one jar of your Hancock's Liquid Sul
phur Ointment, and now. I feel as though
?: had a. :brand new pair of hands. - T~ has
|i cured me and Lam certain it .will c <rv
one ^ifi'theyVpersist: in using F ... ?t's
Liquid 'Sulphur according tg dir ii
. "BlTTLEB i_~?#c AR.''
To Be Fat: Drink Chocolate.
In an .obscure but picturesque little
Tillage of far off Germany there is a
place-1 called- the "Chocolat* Cure,"
.where thin people.go to become stout.
The patients eat and drink cocoa and
chocolat? all the time while they rest,
a.dmlre the scenery, gossip and grow
fatter evety day. , The" true secret of
the great success of the treatment
Is tlie happy way chocolate has of
fattening just the right ? places, set
tiing in the hands, the arms, the neck
and the shoulders, making the fair
pa?ont prettier and plumper all the
time. The really effective part of
this eure may be tried at home by
any persevering woman, and the med!,
cine is so palatable and the method
so simple that there is actually, lt
aeenw. no reason .why all should not
be o? Just the desired weight - U??
Until recently there was a partner
ship existing between two*' darky
blacksmiths In. anr AJabama town.
The uis8?lut?0n'*of ttiisi?ssociation was
: made known, by a notice nailed upon
the door of the smithy, which notice
ran as follows:
"Tie Jccpardnershapne.r??of?> resist
jpg between rn? ;ah.d Mose Jenkins ls
heerby "resolved*. All peraons' owing
! the firm with 'Settel . with me, 'and all
persons that the firm owes to will set
tel with "Mose*-Harper's Weekly.
> 'A . FRIENDLY GROCER
Dropped a- Va! na bid Hint about Coffee.
"*~3,For about eight years," writes a
Mieft^ woman, "I suffered from, nerv
ousness--part of the time down in'
bed ,rlth nervous prostration.
^.'Sometimes I would get-numb and
it would be"almost impossible for me
to speak I fdr ai spelll At- others, I
would have severe bilious attacks,
. and my hear t won ld fl utter painfully
when ? would walk fast or sweep.
"I have taken enough medicine to
start a small drug store, without any
benefit. One evening our grocer was
asking Husband how I was and he
urgec?. that 1 quit coffee and use Pos
tum ^o he brought home a pkg. and
T made it according to directions and
we were both delighted with lt.
Ji'So we quit, coffee altogether and
iis?d only Postum.- I began-to get
bette? in a ""month's time and look like
.another perron,:'tue-^o?or came back
to m fl cheeksr^I begannt? sleep weil,
my .appetitet was good and I com
menced to take on flesh and become
Interested^ in everything about the
house. ? .
"Finally T wai able to do all-my
nwn work without the least sign of
my ol4 trouble. . I nra so thankful for
the little book, 'The Road to Well
viHj?.' It has done me so much good.
1- haven't'taken medicine of any kind
f'->V PIX months and don't need any.
"A friend of ours who did not like
^o^lum as she made it, ilked mine,
?nd ween she learned io boll it long
/.".pugh, : er's was a? good as mine.
y-'ft easy if yoi< follow directions."
Name' given by'/.Postum Company,
battle Creek, Mf&^Read the little
book, "The Road to Wellvllle," in
pkgs. "There's a reason."
Duet in the Dining Room.
Germs axe in dust everywhere. But
lt ie in the dining-room that they ?et
into our food and thence ! into our
bodies. The dining-room, "bf all
rooms, should be kept free from dust;
should, have nothing in it to catch and
conceal dust. It should be a plain
room, as devoid as possible of frocks
and frills.-Cooking School Report
Mend Your China.
The abnormal price which one has
to pay for an indifferent bottle of
china' cement, which contains hardly
enough material to mend a single
piece of ware if it is at^edl expensive,
often makes the work prohibitive at
home, hut an excellent cement and
the strongest and best I have ever
tried is made by mixing plaster of
^parls with strong gum arabic. Apply
it to the broken ends, of your china
with a small brush, using the paste.
Then set away to dry and when it Js
dry it Is ready to use.-Christian Work
For the Faded Linen?.
Linen suits which have become bad
ly faded, but are still good and ser
viceable, may be refreshed to make
over for children's dresses in( this
wise: Fill the wash boiler half full of
j.nice, clean, bright timothy hay, boll
an hour In sufficient water to cover
the hay; strain through a coarse cloth
Into a jar or vessel large enough to
entirely submerge the goods (which
should have been ripped apart and
washed free from dust and soil, pick
ing but all threads), and let them lie
and soak for twenty-four hours. Be
sure to have the goods well under the
j water, and to have it so, It is best
to weight It down; when taken but
rinse in -cold water and dry in the
shade. The result will be a nice shade
of green. Any one who has tried to
wash out grai;s stains will know how
durable the color is. Linen goods will
always shrink more or less through
Cooking Time Table.
Old potatoes require twenty-five
minutes, new ones fifteen.
Old carrots v?ke an hour, young ones
" Old cabbage takes twenty-five min
utes, young takes fifteen.
Onions take forty minutes.
Potatoes, boiled take twenty-five
minutes, steamed they take thirty?
Parsnips take forty minutes.
Salsify take.; two hours.
French beans take thirty minutes
Cauliflower takes twenty-five min
Turnips take twenty minutes.
Lamb, fifteen minutes for .each
Chicken weighing four pounds, 11-2
Fish weighing five pounds, one hour.
Turkey weighing ten pounds, three
Veal, allow twenty minutes for each
Mutton, thirteen minutes for each
Sirloin of" beef," rare seven minutos
for each, pound; weiL.done allow eigh
teen minutes for each pound.
Beef fillet, twenty minutes for each
Corn, young, twelve minutes.
Peas, eighteen to twenty minutes.
Bouch?es de Dame.-Prop tldck cup
cake batter the .size of a half-dollar
oh buttered paper laid on a pan, bake
light brbwn, trim each one with
small baking powder can, spread with
Jelly, put two together and Ice with
soft icing. ^
Hot Water Gingerbread.-Melt one
quarter cup of butter in one cup of
bolling water In a bowl; add one cup
of molasses and one level teaspoonful
of soda dissolved in one tablespoonful
of water; then stir In quickly two and
one half cups of flour, sifted with
level tablespoonful of ginger. Bake in
a thin sheet.
Egg Roll.-Rub one t .lespoonful
each of butter and lard in . one pint
of flour, add one teaspoonful of bak
ing powder and one-half of salt; beat
one egg and add eight tablespoonfuls
of milk, stir this into the flour, knead
lightly, roil and cut Into two-Inch
squares; cut across the centre of each
roll, brush with sugar water and bake
Tea Gems.-Sift three cups of flour
with five level teaspoonfuls of baking
powder and one-half level teaspoon
ful of salt. Beat three eggs, add a
rounding tablespoon each of butter
and sugar, and the flour alternately
with one cup of milk. Bake in but
tered gum. pans and serve warm, or
bake in a sheet and cut In squares with
a hot knife.
A Good Plum Pudding.-Here is one
of the best recipes for plum pudding:
Three-quarters of a pound of flour, two
ounces of baking powder, two ounces
of bread crumbs, 11-2 pounds of suet,
two pounds ot raisins, one pound of
currants, ten ounces of sugar, two
ounces of almonds, one pound of mix
ed candied peel, salt and spice to
taste. Mix the Ingredients well to
gether, and add six eggs well beaten
and three quarters of a pint of milk.
Divide Into two and boil eight hours.
Eggs a la Caracas.-Grate or chop
very fine two ounces of smoked beef
Add one cupful of thick canned to
matoes, one-quarter of a cupful of
grated cheese, ten drops of onion juice,
one-eighth of a teaspoonful of cinna
mon and a dash of cayenne. Melt two
tablespoonfuls of butter ina saucepan;
add this mixture and cook slowly un
til smoking hot Turn in quickly three
well-beaten eggs, stir until a thick
cream and serve on thin slices of
Quick Raised Buckwheat Cakes.
If you desire buckwheat cakes for
breakfast, and have forgotten to put
them to raise the night before/ you can
have very good and wholesome cakes
by mixing thoroughly two cups of
buckwheat flour, one cup of -wheat
flour; a little salt, three teaspoonfuls
of baking powder, then mix to a bat
ter with equal parts of milk and water.
Have the batter perfectly smooth, and
not too thick. A little molasses will
help to brown them.
The Modern Handy Man.
Applicant-And yer might want the
leaves swept up sometimes.
Kind lady?-Oh, yes; certainly.
Applicant-Well, I could always get
a man to do lt for yer.-The Tatler.
; At Calcutta a society has been form?
ed for the protection of wild animals.
Question of Thaw's Sanity To
SURPRISING TURN OF AFFAIRS
Judge Fitzgerald Unexpectedly Hands
Down a Decision in Chambers Ap
pointing a Commission of Three
Distinguished Men to Examine the
Prisoner and Report as to His San
New York, Special.-Harry K
Thaw may never again face the jury
empanelled more than nine weeks ago
to try him on. the charge of murder
in the first degree. Justice Fitzger
ald unexpectedly haudcd down a de
cision ordering a commission in luna
cy to inquire "into the present state
of mind of Stanford "White's slayer.
The decision of the three disinterested
men uamed to conduct the inquiry
will guide the future action of the
court as to ordering Thaw to an asy
lum for the ius?ne or directing that
the indefinitely iuterrupeted trial for
his lifeVshall pi-oeeed.
Justice Fitzgerald anounced the
appointment of the' commission pri
vately, in his chambers. Evelyn Nes
bit Thaw was there with the lawyers
and it became her task , to break the
news to her husband in the Tombs.
Tearful when she left the judge's
rooms in the Criminal Courts build
ing, the yoang" woman who has been
such a conspieicus figure in the trial
from first to last, was smiling and
cheerful when; Thaw was brought
from his cell tb the hospital ward of
the prison to meet her.
Thaw accepted thc court's decision
philosophically aud once more declar
ed he^-had no: doubt the commission
would dejare him a sane man.
The^personnel of -the commission
named* by Justice Fitzgerald lends a
new distinction to this already nota
ble case.* The men who will determine
Thaw ts mental capacity are Morgan
J. O'Brien, a^former justice of the
Appellate Division of the Supreme
Court; Peter'B. Rlney, former dis
trict attorney of New York county,
and a lawyer of high legal attain
ments, and Dr. Leopold Putzel, a
practicing physician and authority on
Dr. Putzel is a graduate of Bellevue
Hospital medical school, and has had
a long experience in that institution.
He is qualified before the State medi
cal board as an examiner in lunacy.
The ;Thaw jury was ordered on last
Friday to report before Justice Fitz
gerald Wednesday morning at 10:30
o'clock; At that hour there will be
a:,brief.-court procedure, the jury
being "excused indefinitely. Whether
or not Thaw will be brought into
court for this ceremony remains to
be seen. His presence will not he
No data has-been fixed for the first
meeting of the commission. There
will probably be some definite an
oouncement on this point, however,
for the law under which the commis
sioners were appointed directs thaf
they proceed with their inquiry "forth
Justice Fitzgerald ; ...a it would
rest with the commission as to wheth
er or not its hearings shall be public.
In the last case of this sort in this
jurisdiction-the inquiry into the
mental ' condition of Josefina Teira
uova,who killed her aunt and uncle
the commissioner's inquiry was con
ducted behind closed doors.
The girl was declared sane and
subsequently was acquitted by the
National Guard xlssociation.
Columbia, Special.-The ninth -n
uual meetin of thc Interstate National
Guard association was called to ordor
at 10 o 'clock Monday morning in -the
hall of the house of representatives
by the president, Hon. Charles Dick.
There were about 250 delegates pres
ent; representing almost every State
and territory in the Union and the
District of Columbia, making the
Columbia convention the largest yet
.held in point of numbers.
Better Telephone Service.
Edgefield, S. C., Special.-The
Southern Bell Telephone company
started their night service for Edge
tield on the 21st. This additional ser
vice now places tho town in constant'
and uninterrupted touch with theh
whole outside world. Much pleasure
and gratification is the result of thi
step onward in the march of progr?s.0
Savannah Merchant Files Voluntary
Petition in Bankruptcy.
Savannah,. Ga., Special-P. T
Foye, conducting a . ?;ail dry goods
and department store, filed a. volun
tary petition in bankruptcy with lia
bilities of $11.1,723 and assets $113,
361.49, the Citizens and Southern
Bank, Savannah, being named as a
preferred creditor to the amount of
$30,401. George W. Owens was nam
ed as' temporary receiver.
French Troops to Oudja.
Paris, By Cable.-As a result of
cabinet meeting it was decided to
send French troops to occupv Oudja.
a frontier town in Morocco, until the
Moorish government gives full satis
faction to France for the assassina
tion of Mr. Mauncbamp. The French
demands for reparation will be for
warded to Fez immediately.
. Three Fires Withing 12 Hours.
Philadelphia, Pa., Special.-Tho
Chatham Mill at Howard and Berks
streets, occupied by a number of tex
tile concerns was damaged to thea
ters* of $100,000 by three fires v.th
in a period of 12 hours.: The origin
in each instance is unknown Among
the'textile nmnufatfurers occupying
Howard Kenwerthy ind Edward
Ciegg & So?a>
Personal knowledge is the winning factor in the culminating contests of
this comp?titive age and when of ample character it places its fortunate
possessor in the front ranks of
The Well Informed of the World.
A vast fund of personal knowledge is really essential to the achievement of the
highest excellence in any field of human effort.
A Knowledge of Forms, Knowledge of Functions and Knowl
edge of Products are all of the utmost value and in questions of life and health
rvhen a true and wholesome remedy is desired it should be remembered that Syrup
of Figs and Elixir of Senna, manufactured by the' California Fig Syrup Co., is an
ethical product which has met with the approval of the most eminent physicians and
gives universal satisfaction, because it is a remedy of
Known Quality, Known Excellence and Known Component
Parts and has won the valuable patronage of millions of the Well Informed of the
world, who know of their own personal knowledge and from actual use that it is the first
and best of family laxatives', for which no extravagant or unreasonable claims are made.
This valuable remedy has been long and favorably known
under the name of--Syrup of Figs-and has attained to world
wide acceptance as the most excellent family laxative. As its pure
laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are well known to physicians
and the Well Informed of the world to be the best we have
adopted the more elaborate name of-Syrup of Figs and
Elixir of Senna-- as more-'fully descriptive of the remedy,
but doubtless it will always be called for by the shorter
name of-Syrup of Figs-and to get its beneficial
effects, always' note, when purchasing the full
name of the Company-California Fig Syrup
Co.-printed on the front of every package,
whether you call for-Syrup of Figs
by the full name-Syrup of
Figs and Elixir of Senna.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL,
LONDON,ENG LAND. NEW YORK.N.Y'
Stop it-why will you suffer with*
Headache, Neuralgia, cr Nervous
ness? Especially when so simple,,
sure, safe and convenient a cure is
within your reach. Make note ol
the name of the: e tablets ar.d get a
bottle at once, and have relief-they
never-disappoint. If your dealer
docs not have them, sind" to ns
direct by mail. Don't fail to try
Yager's Handy Headache Tablets.
PRICE TEN CENTS.
Sold by all Dealers-and ? tv, -; ?s's. . ; mulled
S on ree tip t ot pries by tho rr akers.
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8-13 N. Howard St BALTIMORE. MO.'.
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Our boole sires details. Yr-. Writ? for lt
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A True Story
Here follows the true story of the sufferings of Mts? H. G
Larson, a beautiful society lady of Olds, Iowa., who tells how^
.with the aid of the Cardui Home Treatment, she was abie to re
lieve herself of all her womanly troubles and ailments.
"What I say for Wine of Cardui," she writes, "I say truth
fully, ant1 I could say a great deal more for it than I hm* Be
fore I had ever heard of Wine of Cardui, I had been a sufferer
from female troubles for eight (8) years. My doctor could only
relieve me at times. I also received a fall, causing scrotal dis
placements, which added greatly to my suffering.
"The doctors wanted to perform an operation, but 1 could
not stand the thoughts of that, and I finally began to take Wine
of Cardui. Since I began I have used a great deal of itv shout
15 bottles,, but now I am well, and suffer no pain or other female
discomfort. AH thanks to you and to your wonderful medfefar?
Cardui, woman's relief and blessing* Whenever, anyone says
anything to me about female troubles, my reply is always 4try
Wine of Cardui. It did wonders for me and will do the same fOf
you.'" You can get Cardui at your druggist's/ ia $1 bottles;
Try it It may bc just what you need for your troubles.
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PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
FURIOUS HUMOR ON CHILD.
Itching, Bleeding Sores Covered Body
-Nothing Helped Her-Cu ti cara
Cures Her in Five Days.
"After my granddaughter of about seven
years had been cured of the measles, she
was attacked about a fortnight later by a
furious itching and painful eruption all
over her body, especially the upper part of
, forming watery and bleeding sores, es
pecially under the arms, of considerable
size. She Buffered a great deal and for
three weeks we nursed her every night,
using all the remedies we could think of.
Nothing would help. We tried the Cuti
cura Remedies and after twenty-four hours
we noted considerable improvement, md,
after using only one complete set of the
Cuticura Remedies, in five consecutive days
the little one, much to our joy, had been
entirely cured, and bas been well for a long
time. Mrs. F. Ruefenacht, R. F. D. 3, Bak
ersfield, Cal., June 25 and July 20, 1006."
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