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? SOCIAL LEADER
OF KANSAS CITY
Attributes Her .Excellent Health to
MRS. W. H. SIMMONS.
.XiTRS. .W-.-'H. SIMMONS, 1119 E. 8th
JAL St., Kansas City, Mo., member of
the 'National Annuity Association,
. "My health tras excellent until about a
year ago, when I had s complete collapse
from overdoing socially, not getting the
Droper rest, and too many late suppers.
My stomach waa in. a dreadful condition,
and my nerves all unstrung.
"I was advised by a friend to try Pa
runa, and eventually I bought a bottler 1
took it and then another, and kept using
it for three months.
44At the end-of that time my health was
restored, my nerves co longer troubled me,
and I felt -nyself once more ;.nd able to
assume my social position. I c^'tainly feel
that Peruna is deserving of praise. "
.There- are many reasons- why society
women break down, why their nery. os
?ystems fail, why they have systemic or
pelvic, catarrh. Indeed, they are especially
liable to these ailments. No wonder they
require the protection of Peruna. It ls
their shield and safeguard.
Peruna is sold by your local drug
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~Sr So. 16-'07.
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BABY WASTED TO SKELETON.
In Torments With Terrible Sores on
Face and Body-Tore at Flesh
-Cured by Cntlcura,
"My little son, when about a.year and
: a hali old, began' to have sores' come out
on his face. They began to come on his
arma, then on other parts of his body, and
then one came on his chest, worse than
the others. Still he grew woree. At the
end of about a year and a half of suffering
he grew bo bad I had'to tie his hands in
cloths at night to keep him from scratch
ing the cores and tearing the flesh. He got
to be a mere skeleton and was hardly able
to walk. I sent to the drug store and got
a cake of Cut?eura Soap and a box of Cuti- J
eura Ointment, and at the end of about
two months the sores were all well. He
has never had any sores of any kind since,
and I can sincerely say that only for
the Crticura Remedies my precious" child
would have died from those terrible sores.
I used only one cake of Soap and about
three boxes of Ointment. "Mrs. Egbert
Sheldon. R. P. D., No.l, Woodville, Conn.,
April 22, 1905."
Impartial vigor and example are
the best means of government.--Chi
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A TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE.
How a Veteran Was Saved the Ampu
tation o? a Limb.
B. Frank Doremus, veteran, of
Roosevelt Ave., Indianapolis, Ind.,
says: "I had been
showing symptoms of
kidney trouble from
the time I was mus
tered out of the ar
my, but in all my life
I never suffered as ia
dizziness and sleep
lessness, first, and
then dropsy. I waa
- weak and helpless,
having, run down from 180 to 1-5
pounds: T was having terrible pain
in the kidneys, and the .secretions
passed almost involuntarily. My left
leg swelled until it was 34 inches
aro?id, and the - doctor tapped it
night and morning until 1 could no
longer stand lt, and then he advised
amputation. I refused, and began
. using . Dean's Kidney Pills. The
swelling - subsided gradually, the
urine became natural and all my
pains and-aches disappeared. I have
been -well now for nine years' since
using Doaa's Kidney Pills."
For saie by all dealers. 60 cents a
box. Foattr*Milbnr* Co., Buffalo.
and Mrs. Thc
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TRIAL NEARING ITS END
Jury is Ordered Locked Up Until
Trial Ends and in View of This
Justice Fitzgerald's Charge is Ex
pected as Soon as the District At
torney Concludes, the Case Prob
ably Reaching, the Twelve Late iii
the Evening-Delmas Makes Strik
ing Appeal to Sympathies of the
? Jurors, Basing Argument Solely on
.Story of Evelyn Thaw, Denouncing
Her Mother in the Bitterest Terms
and Dealing With White in the
. Most Scathing Terms.
New York, Special-The tria? of
Harry K Thaw, charged with the
murder of Stanford White, is nearing
the ^end. Attorney Delphin M. Del
ma*, the California advocate, Monday
afternoon began his closing address
to the jury and after he had spoken
for more, than two hours and a half,
an adjournment was taken until
Tuesday "morning. Mr. Delmas ex*
pected to conclude before the lunch
eon hour is reached. District Attor
ney Jerome will make the closing ad
dress" of the trial on Wednesday, and?
Thaw's fate should he in the hands of
the jury, by Wednesday evening.
Justice Fitzgerald ordered the jury
locked up until the end of the trial.
. In view of this, the judge's charge to
the jury undoubtedly will be deliver
ed immediately, the district attorney
concludes. The latter says his speech
will occupy not more than three or
Declaring he would not base his
plea upon the "unwritten law" be
cause his client found ample protec
tion in the written statutes of the
State of New York, Mr. Delmas marte
a striking appeal to the sympathies
of the jurors and so far as he pro
gressed the subject ^f Thaw's insani
ty at the time he committed the homi
cide was not even hinted at.
Mr. Delmas based his argument
solely upon the story of Evelyn Nes
bit Thaw. With flushed cheeks, but
dry eyes, that young woman heard :
her life history repeated to the men
who are to judge her husband and
bowed her head as her mother was
denounced in the bitterest terms and
tones the eloquent lawyer could com
"Even a beast protects its young,"
he declared with scornful emphases,
"but this unnatural mother deserted
her daughter in this city of millions
to be betrayed by a false friend, to
be lured into a gilded palace and there
left the victim of a gray haired man,
wounded, bleeding and devoured."
Mr. Delmas went with great detail
into the life Evelyn Nesbit had led up
to the meeting with Harry Thaw. In
all of his remarks he referred to her
as "this child," for he said she was.
to-day. f He told of Thaw's great
love for her and his effort to rescue
her from "the clutches of Stanford
White," whose achievements in his
profession, the attorney declared,
were an aggravation of his crime.
. Mr. Delmas before beginning hi*
-attack on Evelyn Thaw's mother
poured, out a torrent of denunciation
upon, the architect who became - the
victim of Thaw's pistol. He accused
him bf the "crime of rape," and then
declared that President Roosevelt had
Harriman Unable to Appear.
New York, Special.-E: H. Harri
mon was unable to appear in police
court to ettsify against Frank W.
Hill, his former secretary, who is
under arrest charged with makiog
public the ' now famous Harriman
Webster letter, and the hearing whieh
had been set for Monday was adjourn
ed until next Saturday. Hill's bail
was reduced from $2,500 to $1,000.
At a special meeting of the Roose
velt Republican Club a Hamilton
county, Ohio, resolutions were passed
endorsing the Roosevelt administra
tion and pledging support to the can
didacy of William H. Taft for the
presidency in 1908.'
Demurrers filed by the New York
Central and Pennsylvania Railroads
against the indictments charging
them with . granting concessions to
I the Standard Oil Company by an ar
\ rangement in violation of the Elkins
act are overruled in the decision
handed down by Judge Hazel in the
The Southern Pacific Railroad? has
announced, through its general sup
I perintendent, that union men may
expect no promotion.
John D. Rockefeller, Jr., will not
give up his Bible class.
The circuit court of Taylor county,
West Virginia, has confirmed the ac
tion of the lower court in naming G.
H. A .Kunst, of Grafton, receiver for
the personal estate of the late Adol
phus Armstrong, who left a $500,000
estate. He bonded in $100,000.
New York Has $1,500,000 Fire.
New York, Special.-Jftre early
Monday destroyed the combined car
barn^and power plant of the New
:York City Railway Companv, cover
'ing the greater part of the block
^bounded | by Lenox avenue, 147th
:street and Seventh avenue. The loss
:will reach a million and a half A>1
:lars. More than 300 cars burned and
the plautr except for the electiical de
partment was destroyed.
At Staunton a special grand jury
"met and indicted John Walker, a ne
gro, charged with attempt to crimi
nally assault Mrs. H. M. Pairtar,
wife'of the Baltimore and Ohio rail
way ticket agent at that place.
At the annual meeting of the Nor
folk and Portsmouth Belt Line Rail
Toad Company officers were elected a3
follows: President, W. A. Patton, <f
Johnson, of Roanoke, Va.; treasurer,
Caldwell Hardy, of Norfolk; secre
tary, 0. J. Derousze, of Philadelphia ;
general (?otandi, Thomas H. Wilcox,
it of Stanford White
said in a message to Congress that
such a crime should be visited with
death. This was one of the sugges
tions which Thaw himself made to
his counsel for his summing up
speech-one of the suggestions which
played so important a part in the pro
ceedings before the lunacy commis
Mr. Delmas declared that God
heard the cry of the fated child upon
which Stanford White had fixed his
gaze and had determined should? oe
his. He quoted from Scripture that
"he who afflicts a fatherless child
shall perish/' and declared that
Providence had sent Thaw to avenge
The attorney declared that Thaw
was his wife's only protector-that he
came into her life when she was on
the downward* path, told her that no
matter what the world thought of her
she was to him an angel. He took
her to be his wife, ready to share the
burdens that a mother had helped to
place upon her daughter.
I Mr. Delmas accused Mrs. Nesbit of
having lived upon the wages of her
daughter's ruin. He sought to pic
ture to the jury what he termed the
sinister surroundings in which the
girl had been reared andi in doing so
he mercilessly attacked the mother.
Mr. Delmas rose to the highest point
of his address when he told the jury
that the girl's mother W3S the one
who had furnished District Attorney
J?r?me with the arrows with which
to wound the daughter on cross-ex
amination - a cross-examination
which lie declared would live long iu
the annals of criminal histroy, but
which left the girl's story unshaken
in all its essential details.
That Evelyn Nesbit's story was
true and! was told to Harry Thaw
formed the subject of argument for
more than an hour. Mr. Delmas de
clared the only evidence the district
attorney had to bring against the girl
was the "misscalled affidavit" pro
cured by Abraham Hun?mel. Speak
ing of Hummel Mr. Delmas again
drew haviiy upon his .bitterest invec
tive declaring that it would require
more than the word of a perjured
man to send Harry Thaw to an ig
Mr. Delmas:then gave a resume of
Evelyn Nesbit's life from her birth
in 1884 to the time she met Stanford
White. Continuing, he said: \
"Brave and courageous, we" find
this child of 15 or 16 years of age,
rushing in the day time from studio
to studio, earning $16 to $18 a week,
and at night appearing upon the
boards and earning an equal salary.
"At this time we find a man whose
hair was tinged with gray, who had
an excellent wife and an accomplished
son, fixing his eyes upon the fated
child and determining to ma.ke ker
his. To win her he had none of the
graces or principles of the honor
able suitor. He introduced himself
to her family in the guise of an in
fluential friend. He won his way into
the confidence "of the mother and
established himself in a parental andi
protecting attitude in the family, and
when his footing was sure he per
suaded the mother to absent herself
from the city, assuring her that the
child would he safe in his hands and
telling her how fortunate it was that
there was such a protector to watch
over her. In one of those dena fitted
up with ali the beauty and taste
which this man of genius possessed;
into one of these dens this child was
lured and found herself alone with
this man, old enough to he her father,
the man who was her protector. .
A Mistrial Ordered.
Wilmington, Special.-After being
out 56 hours, and three times having
notified the court that it was impos
sible for them to reach a verdict, a
jurior was drawn and a mistrial was
had in the case of Lonnie Snipes,
charged with the killing of W. L. Wil
liams in this city last September. It
is learned on high authority that the
jury stood ll to 1 for acquital.
By Wire and Cable.
The strike of longshoremen at Nor
folk has tied up shipping.
An effort is being made to induce
Prof. Andrew M. Saule to reconsider
his resignation as director of the Vir
ginia Experiment Station.
The threatened strike of the train
men and conductors on Western rail
roads was averted by arbitration.
Bishop James N. Fitzgerald, of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, died af
pleurisy al; Hongkong.
Andrew Carnegie and 27 other fa
mous Pittsburgers were guests of
honor at a banquet in that city .
A striker was shot by shipyard
guards at Lorain, Ohio.
T. 0. Bullock, special master ap
pointed by the United States Court,
began at Romney, W. Va., the final
hearing of the evidence in the case of
P. W. Reherd, receiver, against the
Coal and Iron Company, involving
more than $250,000. P. W. Reherd
is receiver for the construction com
pany which built the coal and iron
railroad and suit is a reBult of dis
agreement over the settlement.
The Suit of Attorney Daniell Cole
men, administrator of George W. H.
Stapleford, against the Standard Oil
Company for $10,000 damages, has
been removed from thc court of Law
and Chancery of Norfolk to the Unit
ed States Circuit court at Norfolk.
Stapleford was killed by an electric
current while at work in the Standard
The man who is believed to have
murderd Mrs. Gentry, in Chicago,
more than a year ago was identified
in New York and confessed.
J. D. Shadbolt, a chauffeur 30 years
aid was recently convicted at Nor
folk of the murder of Milton Brown,
a negro, and sentenced to ll years in
the penitentiary. He was convicted
of murder in the second degree. He
insanity in mitigation of the offense.
Word was received at Clarksburg,
W.Va.,that Howard Smith, of Clarks
burg, had been killed at Grand Junc
tion, Col. He came from prominent
family, but delighted to rove the
country. He was a brother-in-law of
?x-Sanator Stuart F. Reed, of Clfirks
Bo yoUJ&?l weak, tired, despondent,
btv? frequent headaches, coated tongue,
bitter or bad taste lu morning, "heart
burn," belching of gas, acid risings in
throat after eating, stomach gnaw or
burn, foul -breath, dizzy spells, poor or
variable appetite, nausea at times and
If yoTN^ra any considerable number of
the^atovesHiDtoms you are suffering
froraN^liou3na$svtopId liver with indi*
<estton\>rJ?CTDetWiM Dr. pierce's Golden
Marfil Djv^Yflrv ft made OP of the ra?tC
vaitiabl? medicinal principles known to
medical science for the pe/mn flgpt cure of
>uch abnormal condliions^ lt is & most
efficient liver lnvlgorator.ltomach tonic,
bowel regulator and nerve strengthener.
Th?"'Golden Medical Discovery " is not
a patent medicine or secret nostrum, a
full list of its ingredients being printed
on its bottle-wrapper and attested under
oath. A glanco at its formula will show
that it contains no alcohol, os harmful
habit-forming drugs. It is a fluid extract
made with pure, triple-refined glycerine,
of proper strength, from the roots of the
following native American forest plants,
viz., Golden Seal root, Stone root, Black
Cherrybark, Queen's root, Bloodroot, an*
The following: leading medical authorities,
among a host ot others, extol the foregoing
roots for the cure of just such ailments as tho
aboresymptoms indicate: Prof.E. Bartholom.
M. D.. of Jefferson Med. College. Phila: Prof.
H. C. Wood. M. D..ot Unlv.of Pa,; Prof.Er'.win
M. Hale. M. D., of Hahnemann Med, Colleze.
Chicago; Prof. John King-. M. D.. Author of
American Dispensator]': Prof. Jno. M. Scud*
der. M. D., Author of Specific Medicines; Prof.
Laurence Johnson, M. D., Med. Dept Unir, of
N. Y.: Prof. Finley Elllngwood. M. D.. Author,
of Materia Medica and Prof. in Bennett Medl-?
cal' Colleen. Chicago. Send name and ad-!
dress on Pus 1 Card to Dr. K. V. Pierce. Buf
falo. N, Y.. d receive free booklet sri vine
extracta frc /ritines of all the above medi
cal authors many others endorsing. In the
strongest p ie terms, each and every in
gredient of h ?Golden Medical Discov
ery ! ls com t
Dr. Pierce easant Pellets regulate and
Invigorate % ch, liver and bowels. They
maybe use conjunction with "Golden
Medical DIJCO ry " if bowels are much con
stipated. Tao.- re tiny and sugar-coated.
Of languages which so widely diffei
among themselves as to be incompre
hensible without particular study tho
number readily exceeds l.OOO.
Garfield Tea, which is guaranteed under
the Pure Food and Drugs Act,-is the best
remedy for constipation, sick-headache and
indigestion, lt purifies the blood and
cleanses the system.
Use con inmost change the stamp
How to Open a Can of Salmon.
To open a can of Argo Red Salmon
properly, lay the can on its side, in
sert the can opener at the seam, then
stand the can on end, and pressing
the top firmly down, work the can
opener around the top, removing the
entire top. The Argo will then come
out in one solid piece.
A new girl in town wears heels as
high as the ideals of a graduate.
Every can of Argo Red Salmon
contains one pound net. It is always
guaranteed to be full weight.
A little rain stills a great wind.
For constipation, biliousness, liver dis
turbances and diseases resulting from im
pure blood, take Nature's remedy, Gar
field Tea. lt ia made wholly of health-giv
Prudence supplies the want of
FITS, St. Vit?s'Dance ?Nervons Diseases per
manently cured by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve
Restorer. ?2 trial bottle and treatise free.
Dr. H R. Kline, Ld.,931 Arch St., Phila., Pa.
To Be Fat: Drink Chocolate.
In an obscure but picturesque little
village of far off Germany there ia a
place' called the "Chocolat* Cure,"
where thin people go to become stout.
The patients eat and drink cocoa and
chocolate all the time while they rest,
admtTe the scenery, gossip and grow
fatter every day. The true secret of
the great success of the treatment
ls the happy way chocolate has of
fattening Just the right places, set
tling in the hands, the arms, the neck
and the shoulders, making the fair
patient prettier and plumper all the
time. The really effective part of
this cure may be tried at home by
any persevering woman, and the med!,
cine ls so palatable and the method
so simple that there is actually, lt
eeeme. no reason why all should not
fae of Just the desired weight- l>a
THE LATEST STRAW.
"John," said the woman (with nine
chapeaux, "I got another new hat to
"My dear!" expostulated her hus
band, "that is the last straw."
"I know lt," she said; "just from
"You have only got to make peo
ple think a thing ls stolen and you can
?ell anything in Birmingham," said a
prisoner named Leng at the Birming
ham, Alabama, Police Court. He had
been doing a big business in bottles
of burnt sugar and <water, which he
said waa whiskey-stolen.
The Land Made Famous by Philpott**
Philpotts has made us familiar
with romantic Devonshire, in his fas
cinating novels, "The River," "Chil
dren of the Mist," etc. The charac
ters are very human; the people there
drink coffee with the same results as
elsewhere. A writer at Rock House,.
Orchard Hill, Bideford, North Dovon,
"For 30 years I drank coffee for
breakfast and dinner but some 6
years ago I found that it was produc
ing indigestion and heart-burn, and
was making me restless at night.
These symptoms were followed by
brain fag and a sluggish mental con
' "When ^realized this, 1 made up
my mind that to quit drinking coffee
and having read of Postum, I con
cluded to try lt. I had lt carefully
made, according to directions, and
found to my agreeable surprise at the
end of a week, that I no longer suf
fered from either indigestion, heart
' burn, or brain fag, and that I could
! drink lt at night and secure restful
and refreshing sleep.
[ "Since that time we .have entirely
i discontinued the use of the old kind
of coffee, growing fonder and fonder
of Postum as time goes on. My di
gestive organs certainly do their work
much better now than before, a re
sult due to Postum Food Coffee, I am
"As a table beverage we find (for
all the members of my family use lt)
that when properly made lt ls most
refreshing and agreeable, of delicious
flavour and aroma. Vigilance is,
however, necessary to secure this, for
unlesB the servants are watched they
are likely to neglect the thorough
boiling which it must have in order
to extract the goodness from the
cereal." Name given by Postum Co.,
Battle Creek, Mich. Read the little
book, "The Road to Wellville," in
ykga. "Theie'B a reason."
YOUR GRANDMOTHER USED-IT.
But She Xever Had Sulphur In Such
Convenient Form as This. 1
Your grandmother used Sulphur as her
favorite household remedy, and so did her
grandmother. Sulphur has been curing skin
and blood diseases for a hundred years.
But in the old days they had to take
powdered sulphur. Now Hancock's Liquid
Sulphur gives it to you in the best possible
form and you get the full benefit.
Hancock's Liquid Sulphur and Ointment
quickly cure Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum
and all Skin Diseases. It cured an ugly
ulcer for Mrs. Ann W. Willett, of Wash
ington, D. C., in three days.
Taken internally, it purifies the blood
and clears the complexion. Your druggist
Sulphur Booklet Lee, il you write Han
cock Liquid Sulphur Company. Baltimore.
Calamity is virtue 's opportunity.-.
Senaca. So. 16-'07.
Argo Red Salmon is the fish that
made Alaska valuable to the United
We lessen our wants jy lessening
Argo Red Salmon can he served on
any table. It, can be served as lt
comes from the can, or prepared in
many palatable dishes.
It ifl certainly a season of pretty
lress belongings and a season when
one must have pretty articles or give
up the attempt to be well gowned.
The French teach us very nice
ideas In this respect, for they have a
way of purchasing beautiful little
idditlons to the wardrobe to be pre
served and used year after year.
For one thing every French woman
has this sea-son a handsome metal
purse which hangs from the wrist by
a metal chain. Metal bags come large
md flat, and lined with white kid.
They are in gilt, silver and gun metal,
and they are fastened with a gold
clasp which is set with a turquoise
matrix or with some other pretty
stone of the semi-precious variety.
This little gold chain bag is carried
all winter with all kinds of fur, and
can be used for one's small belong
ings where one could not possibly
carry one's purse.
To prepare spinach for six persons
?(rash and pick a peck. Put in a sauce?
pan of boiling water with a handful
of salt. When tender strain the leaveB
in a colander and pour water on
them. Make a wad of the leaves, put
it on a flat plate, and over the wad
another plate, and press out as much
water as possible. Then in a wooden
bowl or on a flat and clean kitchen
board chop the spinach fine. This may
be put aside until required for the
table. Then put butter the size of
an egg in a saucepan, and when it is
hot, but not even golden, add the
spinach, and sante them over a mod
erate fire, taking care to stir all the
time. In five minutes aidid pepper and
salt and a little cream or milk. Re
duce until the vegetable is firm
enough to be molded into a mound.
Garnish with triangles of bread fried
brown in butter, or hard-boiled eggs
cut in quarters or eighths.-Ameri
Slangey-Yes,- I tramped through
Newitt-Come off! You never did.
Slangey--Sure I did; on the level.
Newitt-That proves you're lying.
It's simply impossible to tramp
through Switzerland on the level.
Catholic Standard and Times.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by 1 ocal appli ca ti ons as th e yean D ot reach the
diseased portion of the ear. There is only one
way to cure deafness, and that is by consti
tutional remedies. Deafness is caused byan
inflamed condition of the mucous lining of
the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is in
flamed yon have a rambling sound or imper
fect hearing, and when it is entirely closed
Deafness is the result, and unless the inflam
mation can be taken ont and this tube re
stored to its normal condition, hearing will
be destroyed forever. Nine cases ont of ten
are caused bycatarrh, which is nothingbntan
inflamed condition of the macona surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
case of Deaf nes9 ( caused bycatarrh) thatoan
not be curedby Hall's Oatarrh Core. Send for
circulars free. F.J.OHEireY&Co.,Toledo,0.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
It is less to suffer punishment than
to deserve it.-Ovid.
Wick Blue Flame
is unequaled. It gives qu
heat is nighly concentrate
in two. Made in three
stove warranted. If not
er's write to our nearest
Made of brass throughout and b
Perfectly constructed; absolutel
in light-giving power; an ornai
Every lamp warranted. If not
dealer's, write to our nearest ag<
STANDARD OIL COMP AT
KILLS LIKE LIGHTNING
HOYT Deadly Rheumatism of the
Heart Comes On.
Those pains you feel when you first arise
in the morning-aching pains in the joints,
shooting paiuB in the muscles-are signs
of warning. They are danger signals, evi
dences of a deep-seated trouble tnat if not
removed may affect the entire Bystem and
cause chronic disease, or if the cause is not
removed, they may develop suddenly into
the deadly Rheumatism of the Heart, which
kills like lightning.
Better get rid of the cause at once.
Rheumatism and its kindred diseases are
caused by the accumulation of poisonous
acids in the blood. Rubbing with ods or
liniments will not cure it; it is an internal
disease, and can be conquered only by an
internal remedy. There is just one com
plete cure-Rheumacide. Rheumacide neu
tralizes the poisonous acids, sweeps ail the
dangerous germs out of the mood and
"makes you well all over." Rheumacide
cures because it is the only remedy that
"gets at the joints from the inside."
J?r. W. R. Hughes, of Atkins, Va.,
"Four bottles of Rheumacide have en
tirely cured me of a !ong standing case of
Rheumatism, and grer.tly improved my
general health. I was a total wreck, hav
ing had rheumatism for twenty years. 1
spent several weeks anti much money try
ing specialists in New York, but Rheuma
cide is the only cure I have found. When
1 began to use it 1 weighed 140 pounds.
Now 1 weigh ISO pounds, my normal
No one ever repented of having
held his tongue.-Italian.
Itch cured in 80 minutes by Woolforda
Sanitary Lotion. Never tails, At druggist*,
You may believe anything that is
good of a greatful man.-Spanish.
is to learn as to the r
ers of medicinal agents,
the uniform quality and ;
known to physicians and
Co., by reason of its corn
its product has attained to
is accorded to successful a
Company has become a gu
appeal to the Well-Inforr
cess and creditable stand
enjoy good health, with i
living with all the term i
of recreation, of enjoyrnei
to that end and the use of
as in many instances a s
proper time, the Californ:
truthfully the subject and
the appoval of physicians ?
of the excellence of the cor
ture, which is known to th<
This valuable reme
Syrup of Figs-and has
family laxatives, and as i
known to physicians and
laxatives, we have adopte
Senna-as more fully di
cailed for by the shorter n;
note, when purchasing, t!
plainly printed on the fro
Figs-or by the full name
Elixir of Senna - is the oi
Co. and the same heretof
satisfaction to millions,
the United States in orig
is fifty cents per bottle.
Every bottle is sold
Secretary of Agriculture, ;
misbranded within the me
Color more goods brighter and faster colors iban any c
dye any garment without ripping apart. Write lor
A Kentucky Congressman says the
Wall street man is a bull today, a
bear tomorrow, but always a hog.
That man will not be called to AU
the chair of hi?h finance zoology in a
tainted-money college, prophesies the
New York American.
Argo, Argo, Argo, Argo, Argo,
Argo, Argo, Argo, Argo, Argo.
Providence for the most part sets
us on a level.-Spectator.
It means the
hottest and cleanest
flame produced by
any stove. This is
the flame the New
Perfection Oil Stove
?ives the instant a
ghted match is ap
plied-no delay, no
trouble, no soot, no
dirt. For cooking, the
ick results because its
d. Cuts fuel-expense
at your deal
is the best
Tljj lamp for
1 household use.
y safe; unexcelled
nent to any room,
What is medicine for?
But one medicine will
medicines act on different
another to the spine, Wine
has proven so efficacious i
Mrs. Wm. Turner, of Bartonv
without relief. My back and head
I took Wine of Cardul and nov I ai
MISS LENA NAGEL
Are both symptoms of organic de
rangement, and nature's warning to
women of a trouble which wiil soon
er or later declare itself.
How often do we hear worn en say,
"It seems as though my bael: would
break." Yet they continue to drag
along and suffer with aches in the
small of the back, pain low down in
the side, dragging sensations, nerv
ousness and no ambition.
They do not realize that the back
is the main-spring of woman's organ
ism and quickly indicates by aching
a diseased condition of the feminine organs or kidneys, and that aches
and pains will continue until the cause is removed.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
made from native roots and herbs has been for many years the moat
successful remedy in such cases. Ko other medicine has such a record
of cures of feminine ills. .
Miss LenaNagel, of 117 Morgan St., Buffalo, N. Y., writes:- "Iwas
completely worn out and on the verge of nervous prostration. My back
ached all the time. I had dreadful periods of pain, was subject to fits
of crying and extreme nervousness, and was always weak aud tired.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound completely cured me.'*
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound cures Female Complaint?,
such as Backache. Falling and Displacements, and-di Organic Diseases.
Dissolves and expels Tumors at an early stage, lt strengthens and
tones tho Stomach. Cures Headache and Indigestion and invigorates
the whole feminine system.
Mrs, Pinkham's Standing invitation to Women
Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited .to',
write Mrs Pinkham, Lynn, Mass, ncr advice is free.
.portant Duties of Physicians
dative standing and reliability of the leading manufactur
as the most eminent physicians are the most careful as to
perfect purity of remedies prescribed, by them, and it is well
the Well-informed generally that the California Fig Syrup
set methods and perfect equipment and the ethical character of
1 the high standing in scientific and commercial circlet' which
.nd reliable houses only, and, therefore, that the name of the
larantee of the excellence of its remedy.
'RUTH AND QUALITY
ned in every walk of life and are essential to permanent suc
ing, therefore we wish to call the attention of all who would
ts blessing j, to the fact that it involves the question of right'
inplies. With proper knowledge of what is best each hour
it, of contemplation and of effort may be made to contribute
medicines dispensed with generally to great advantage, but
imple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable if taken at the
ia Fig Syrup Co. feels that it is alike important to present
to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which has won
and the world-wide acceptance of the Well-informed because
nbination, known to all, and the original method of manufac
2 California Fig Syrup Co. only.
:dy has been long and favorably known under the name of
attained to wo rid-wi de acceptance as the ,most excellent of
its pure laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are well
the Well-informed of the world to be the best of natural
d the more elaborate name of-Syrup of Figs and Elixir of
ascriptive of the remedy, but doubtless it will always be
ame of Syrup of Figs-and to get its beneficial effects.always
be full name of the Company - California Fig Syrup Co.
nt of every package, whether you simply call for-Syrup of
-Syrup of Fig0 and Elixir of Senna-as-Syrup of Figs and
ie laxative remedy manufactured by the California Fig Syrup
ore known by the name - Syrup of Figs - which has given
The genuine is for sale by all leading druggists throughout
inal packages of one size only, the regular price of which
i under the general guarantee of the Company, filed with the
at Washington, D. C., that the remedy is not adulterated or
:aning of the Food and Drugs Act, June 30th, 1906.
IRNI? FIG SYRUP CO.
San Francisco, Cal.
U S. A.
New York, N. Y.
nh cv ./ye. Ono 10c. package colors all fiber?. They dye lu cola water better Hmo any other dyet You caa
freo booklet-How to Oye, ?loach and Mix Colors. SlUMttOJt OKUU CO.. Uni on ville, Missouri
He who has no voice in the volley
will have none in the council.-Span
Side and Centre
Fcundiy, Machine and So?er Works and Supp!; Store,
in the soil puts corn on the
stalk and money in the bank
The natural process of plant growth
ls simply one of chemical .conversion:
Potash, the raw material, is cheap; but when
converted by nature into corn, it is
valuable. The use of Potash is not
an expense, but an investment.
Write to-day for our free booklet "Plant Food."
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Men's Shoes, 85 to Si .50. Boys' Shoes, S3 to SI.25. Women's
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W.L. Douglas shoes ure recognized by expert judges of footwear
tobe the best in style, fit and wear produced :n this country. Ea<-L
part of the shoo anti every detail of tho making ts looked after
and watched over by skilled shoemakers, without regard to
timo or cost. If I could take you into my larce factories at
Brockton, Mass., and show you how carefully \V. L. Douglas ..
shoes are made, you would then understand why they hold th ir
wear longer, andar? of greater value than anv other makes.
W. L Donata name .ind price I* stamped on the liotiom. which protfvt* Hie wr?r sralrn hiirti
Prices and Inferior ano**. Take Ww.KaiimUtute. C?\A hy the hen ?ho* dealer* mnwMw,
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34 YEARS SELLING DIRECT
Our TeblcUl and hames* taro been told direct iron: our factory to
u??r for a third of a cr: tv ry We ship for examtu.itlrn and
approral ?ad guarantee saicdeilrory. You ara out nothing
ll not satisfied as to stylt, quality and price.
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telUns to the consumer exclusively. We mate SOO styles of
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' To cure you, if sick, you say.
not cure every kind of sickness, because different
parts of the body. One medicine goes to the liver,
! of Cardui to the womanly organs. So. that is why
n most cases of womanly disease. Try it.
ille, 111., writes: "I suffered for years with female diseases, and doctored
would hurt me, and I suffered agony with bearing-down pains. ?t last
tn In good health." Sold everywhere, In $1.00 bottles
Vrtle today for a free copy of valuable 64-pazs illustrated Book for Women. If you need Medical
Advice, describe your symotoms. stating age, and reply will bc sent In plain sealed envelope.
Address: Ladles Advisory Dept.. Thc Clia'ftanoosa Medicine Co.. Chattanooga. Tenn.- \