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the state of being poisoned, from toxic substances produce within tho
body." This Is a condition due to tho stomach, bowels, kidneys, liver, or
pores of tho body falling to throw off tho poisons. Mora than 50 of adults
arc suffering from this trouble. Yhis Is probably why you arc suffering from
nervousness, headaches, loss of f ppctltc, lack of ambition, and many other
symptoms produced by Autointoxication. Your wholcsystcm needs stirring up.
(In Tabfat or Liquid Form)
-will remedy the trouble. It first aids tho system to
wmaI ,imfi1ttnr1 rvttenne Tf ;rt ft Jl trmlc nnrl finally
enables the body to eliminate Its own
i any OUtSiacaio. VDcy naiuios warnings, iuui utuii-i
In tntjftncs will supply you, or you may cnu j iui a mufiu
paduujs at ttblots by mall. Address Dr.ICV.Plcrcc, Uuaalo.N.Y.
LAST WORD? SPOILED ALL
John Might Hae Made Good With
j Tender Avowal But for a Little
Thoy lingeredfor fully half an hour
tpvor tholr "goodby." But at last John
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gui up irom iuubuiu wuu uu i ui u-
rbla tlmo ho really
meant to go.
," Molly, howo
r, had other ideas on
tho subject a
Id sought to restrain
"So soon, Jti
n?" sho sighed.
I'm afraid I must go."
Then, seeing rotost hovering on her
Hpo, ho repealed: "Must go really
must! Thotph, you know, I'd glvo
ten yearn offny life to bo with you
for another lfur!"
,,Her eyes lore full of questioning.
, So, JOhn, a ho stooped down to Im
plant a farojell kiss, tenderly added:
"But tomorow I will stay for quite
a Jong time. You aeo, there's a meet
ing of qui bdgo tonight, and I shall
be fined nflaarter If I'm late."
Is a, eel lie
boast f fit
SFIT AS A FIDDLE
Ion everyone, would llko to
may be that all you need
,threo Wright's Indian Vego-
just before going to bed.
free. 372 Pearl street, New
uncoy M. Depow, at a dinner
frl of Kintoro in New York,
arlng gravely that the bill
nts freo canal tolls to Amcr-
stwlso shipping must bo re-
mder pain perhaps of war,
oastwlse shipper shouted joe-
bo an optimist, doctor."
In optimist, oh?" said Dr. De-
"Well, thcro'B too much dp-
already too much optimism
fiat is an optimist, sir?' a little
co asked me.
optimist, sonny,' I replied. Ms a
pho doesn't caro what happens,
as It doesn't happen to him.' "
-Important to Mothers
runo caroiuuy every oouio or.
lRIA, a saf o and sure remedy for
land children, and see that it
ar Over 30 Years.
l&y for Fletcher's Castoria
'X'A vlcara,nd 'his church warden were
playing a round of golf. The man of
tho cloth was completely off his gam;,
and after foozling most of his shots
and suffering from tho disadvantage
of being unablo to uso the common
expletives which glvo comfort to the
ordinary golfer, ho gave up In dlspalr.
"Gheer up, ray friend," consoled the
layman. "There's one thing you'll
get your own buck when you have to
bury mo." .
"That's all vtay well," was the
gloomy reply of (the vicar, "but ovrn
then it will be your hole." London
Don't he mifleil. . Ask for Red Cros
Ball Hltie. Make bcliutiful white clothes.
A foil good Kroccrn, Adv.
'' Gives Credit o His Wife.
A woman Is said to have drawn the
designs for Canberra tho new capital
of Federated Australia, says a Mel
bourne correspondent! Mr. Griffin, the
American architect whoso plans were
adjudged in open competition to be the
best, has declared In public that his
wlfo is practically tho 'designer of all
tho works that have dmanated from
their house. "My wife us tho genius.
I "am only tho business iian," said Mr.
Griffin, who Is returning shortly to
America to bring out his domestic
genius to Australia.
Nq, wp never henrd of morrrialds us
ing mai'lno bands for tying up their
TOURS TO EUROPE
Personally Conducted St'fcct Partloi.
Halllmr Juno 4th. duration W daVi. mi.
Hailing Juno 17tU, duration 711 daMp. tffii.
For particulars and full Itinerary) apply to
1CI.I AYfuSlVOILTIf V
7 Mnvrnej Htrcet, l'rorltledor, It. I.
ummirauon iiguros bhow mat uia
population of Canada increased dur-
v new sottlers from the United States
indUropo. Most of these have gone
en farms In provinces of Manitoba,
Saskatchewan and Alberta.
V Lord WfllUm Prcy, en EnjUsh Moblsman,
, i "ThoposlbinUeandopportun!tleo!Terd'
.., fefiithft Candlin Wet tra o Inflnltely
rmlBf than Uidio which tiltt In Bnstand,
4 irthat It teems abturd to thinK inu p
. -'"houkb Impeded from, comlnz to
n country whers thy can most eatlly
rCartaTnlrlroproTa thtlr position.
wa"1.'"" . i. .
. Kw districts oro btlnz ppened up.
which wUI mak aecastaol, great
r.umMf or nomtsievia in otHncu
tMpsclally adned M nuxed tarm'
Nr IllutraUJ llleratura ard
tduild rllwaf rate, apply ta
JL 5 a. m: Tha dldionarv
The btnt edition of Dr.
fierce' Common titnta
Medical Adtlner ahoold
U In Try ftmlly, No
Euan why you ihooKI
without Itwhwi It will
unt (m to you if yoa
will remit ciit or wrap
Jnitmnd BMUaiurl oikj.
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oroa. Uuffalo. 8. X.
GOT INFORMATION TOO LATE
Probably Station Master Laughed a
Little Before Ho Knew He Had
the Best of the Joke.
"Look hero," said tho traveler to
tho railway station master, "don't you
think that thing Is rather dangerous
"Ah!" Interrupted tho olllclal, who
had just been promoted, "you'vo no
ticed that barrow, have you, sir?
You're going to make a suggestion
about the place where It ought to
stand, I suppose? Might I go on, Blr,
nnd nsk your opinion about tho posi
tion of the ticket ofllco? Do you think
tho signal box is in tho right placo?
Shouldn't tho station master's houso
bo shifted a few yards farther west?
Any opinion you would like to ex
press, sir, shall havo Immediate atten
tion." Tho traveler went away, and tho
station master turned round triumph
antly to tho conductor of a train wall
fug in tho siding.
"Ha, ha!" ho laughed. "Did you Bee
the sport I had with that old nulsnnco?
i soon shut him up."
"I'm not so sure of that," replied tho
conductor. "You see, he's tho traffic
manager." London Tlt-Blts.
Putnam Fadeless Dyes are tho eas
iest to use. Adv.
Never Got That High.
Speaking of the now French dresses
now on exhibition in the largo depart
ment stores throughout tho country,
Eleanor Gates said in Boston:
"I am glad to seo that tho silt skirt
Is abolished. The slit was too immod
est, especially when It was a shocking
ly long silt. How those long slits drew
"A Philadelphia debutante, provided
with a beautiful wardrobe In which the
slit skirt In Its most exaggerated form
llgured extensively, spent tho winter
at Palm Beach.
"Ono morning, In her whito sergo
gown from Callot, silt almost to tho
knee, sho was leaving her hotel for tho
beach when her sister called her back
" 'OlvMary, you've got a big black
smudge on your nose!'
"With an Indifferent! toss of her
head tho debutante nnswered:
" 'What difference doeB that make?
Nobody ever looks at my faco when
I've got on ono of ray slit skirts.' "
Senator Xorrls, attacking the man
agement that had wrecked tho Now
Haven lines, said the other day;
"Their Ideas of economical manage
ment reminds mo of BUI Smlthers. I
said to Bill Smlthers ono day:
"'I trust you don't spend all your
" 'That I don't, senator,' Bill replied.
'I only spend two-thirds. Two-thirds
" 'And the ether third you bank
that. William, I suppose?'
" 'No, senator; I do better'n that
with It. I give it to the wife to run
tho house.' "
Didn't Seem to Do Any Good.
Tommy was playing In tho garden,
when he happened to notico that next
door's blinds were drawn down.
"Only to keep the sun out," said she.
Two days later his mother Informed
him that their neighbor had got a sou.
After thlrking deeply for a few min
utes, Tommy said:
"Seems to mo, mother, it wasn't
much good keeping the blinds down!"
If n wifo is unable to reign she is
likely to storm.
Usually show up
with Post '1 oaslies.
And why not, when
the famous "toastie"
flavor begins opera
tions! There's a deal of skill
required in cookinp and
toasting these thin bits of
corn so that every one of
the millions of crinkly
(takes has the delicious
Toasties taste that invites
one to call for more.
Post Toastiea come in
sealed packages fresh,
crisp and appetizing -
.Ready to cat with cream
or good milk, and a
sprinkling of sugar if you
sold by Growers.
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Mr. William A. Radford will answer
questions nnd Rive advice KltED OF
COST on nil subjects pcrtnlnlns to tho
subject of bullcilriK, ror tho readers of this
paper. On account of his wldo experience
as Editor. Author nnd Manufacturer, ho
Is. without doubt, tho highest authority
on all these subjects. Address all Inquiries
to William A. Radford, No. 1827 Prairie
nvenut Chicago, III., and only enclose
two-cent stamp for reply.
Can you imagine yourself "far from
tho madding crowd," living In a bun
galow llko this, with never a caro or
n thought except tho comfortablo ex
ertion of breathing tho pure air from
tho fields or tho woods? To suggest
this to tho tired city dweller who Is
caged In a flat may seem cruel, yet
ovon ho or Bhe hopes somo tlmo to
llvo amid such surroundings. A bun
galow llko this (Ills tho day dreams
of thousands of peoplo who aro ablo to
keep tip their ambition by tho hopo
of spmo tlmo being far away from the
scenes of confusion and bustle that
tax tho nerves nnd the strength.
Nov, to como down out of too clouds
to more practical things. The plan of
this bungalow, you will obsorve, is
simplicity Itself. There is mor.e porch
than house. And while there aro only
threo rooms, wo shall seo how roomy
the structure can bo made. The porch
extends all around the house, with
Btepa on each of the four sides. This
porch Is C feet 3 Inches wide. At a
very small expense, tho open Bpaces
between tho pillars of tho porch can
be screened In, nnd screen doora pro
vided at the entrances. Divisions or
partitions of tapestry can thus divide
the entire porch Into outdoor bed
rooms. Privacy or protection against
beating rains or sunshine can bo pro
vided by tho plnclng of canvns shades
on rollers at tho openings.
This jlan is an ideal conception In
tended for the man or woman who
wants fa live outdoors. In fact, it
Is a o, npromise between tho out
doors and the Indoors. The sldo of
tho porch adjacent to tho kitchen, for
Instance, can bo utilized as an out
door dining room; and If all tho re
maining porch space Is not needed for
bedrooms, It can bo set aside for pjher
purposes. The building Itself Is 24
feet squaro, and tho porches added
mako It 34 feet 3 inches square. The
living room, provided with window
seuts. as the plan shows, and a cheery
fireplace for ubo In cold weather or on
rainy days, Is 16 feet 3 Inches long and
13 feet 9 Inches wide. Tho kitchen Is
10 feet long and 9 feet wide. Tho sin
gle bedroom Is 13 feet long and 9 foet
wide. A closet Is provided off the
bedroom, and a pantry of ample size
Is placed off the kitchen. If tho bed
room Is not used on account of the
porch being fitted up for sleeping
quarters, this room can bo used as a
den or ns a nursery.
Peoplo today havo ,como to reallzo
tho valuo und hygienic necessity of
plenty of fresh air. This has como
about through long education. Tho
fresh-air cure for consumption is even
now established as a fact, and camps
are maintained In many parts of tho
country for tho treatment of this dis
ease by tho fresh-air method. It Is
needless to Hay that no member of n
family living In a bungnlow like this
will ever need treatment for ,that
dread disease. The' open window at
night Is the greatest safeguard against
disease. It is in tho winter when the
windows aro closed, shutting out tho
pure a)r, that most ailments are con
trficti'l. Tho bungalow displayed hero can
bo built for a nominal sum, say Boiho
whero around (1.QO0 to $1,200, under
favorable conditions of tho markot
for materials and labor. Tho Interior
of tho houso, for Instance, where most
of tho money In building is usually
Bpqnt, can ba simplicity Itself Tho
ceilings can bo beamed, nnd the sides
of tho walla finished with panels or
with i wainscoting and varnished or
As lor tho exterior, the design Is ad
mirably adapted to being finished with
cement stucco. On tho sheathing, tar
paper should be tucked; and over this;
furring strip nailed. Then either
Expanded Metl or wooden latW cm
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)Kt ,-. Two cot will We required.
Tho first or scratch coat may bo a
mlxturo of llrao or cement mortar con
taining plenty of hair, and should bo
pressed woll through so as to glvo n
good bond whero wood lath Is used
or to completely ombed tho metal
whero metal lath is employed. Boforo
this coat Is dry, It should bo scratched
to make a holding surface for the ce
ment mortar that is to bo tho finish
coat. This coat can bo applied to bring
out any desired finish. Ono of the most
popular finishes in cement stucco is
called tho Blap-dash finish. It Is ap
plied by being thrown on with a
trowel. It makes a rough finish, most
attractive. Pebble-dash is a cement
mortar containing small pebbles, and
Is similarly applied,
Napoleon's Vain Effort.
Ono hundred years ago Napoleon
found himself faco to faco with tho
allied army under Prlnco Swartzen
berg. Tho encounter took placo be
tween tho towns of Troyos and Arcls.
The meeting was something of a sur
prise to tho, French, for they had not
expected to como up with tho enemy
so soon. Neither wcro thoy prepared
to find tho foo so' numerically strong.
Tho first charge of tho Russian cav
alry threatened Napoleon'B person,
and a Polish battalion hnd scarcely
tlmo to form In square for his protec
tion. A few minutes afterward a
shell loll at his feet and severely
wounded his horse. Tho French sol
diers, though only ono against three,
fought ovorywhoro with prodigious
valor, but all their efforts could only
succeed In rendering tho result doubt
ful. Tho nctlon checked dnly momen
tarily tho onward march of tho Invaders.
What Is Gravlty7
Tho first experiment which a baby
makes is connected with tho forco of
gravity. It Is born with an Instinctive
or ancestral dread of the unrestrained
action of that forco .upon Its own
body, and It is said to.be able to cling
with tenacity to a, stick or branch of
a tree. Later on It takes pleasuro In
dropping miscellaneous objects to seo
them fall; perhaps to see if thoy all
And a very remarkable fact it Is
which is thus being observed; the
jnost familiar of all material facts,
and ono of tho least understood least
understood, that is, of all tho simplo
physical facts which must surely bo
well within tho limits of human com
prehension. For If a philosopher Is
asked why all bodies tend to move to
ward tho earth, and why they all fall
with steady, equal acceleration unless
retarded or checked somehow, ho has
to reply that he does not know. Sir
Oliver Lodge, In Harpor's Magazine.
Hottest and Dryest Place.
"Death Valley," California,- sur
passes for combined heat and aridity
any meteorological stations on earth
vhoro regular observations aro taken,
although for extremes of heat It Is ex
ceeded by places In tho Colorado des
ert. The minimum daily temperature
In summer, says the now Encyclopedia
Brltannlcn, Is rarely below 70 Fahr.
nnd often above 90 Fahr. (In the
shade), while tho maximum may for
days In succession be as high us 120
Fahr. A record of six months showed
an average dally relative humidity of
30.G in, tho morning and 15.G In the eve
ning, and thwhumidity sometimes falls
to G. Yet tho surrounding country Is
not devoid of vegetation The hills are
vory fertile when Irrigated, and the
wet season dovelbps a variety of peren
nial herbs, and annuals.
In Canada It Is said that penlten.
tlary officers havo been "hosing" the
convicts. What Is "to hose?" Evi
dently to play upon with tho hose,
tho slzo of the hoso and tho pressuro
of tho water varying with tho of
fense that Is to be punished. "Hos
Ings" began about five years ago, and
tholr disciplinary value Is held to bo
considerable, It Is nsserted that they
cause no physical Injury to a prisoner,
Tho cross town car had rcachod the
top of tho Incllno whon tho conduc
tor stopped In front of an old gray
bearded man and said:
"Excuse me, air, but did I get your
"Yes, sir," was tho reply, "I'm the
little boy who got on at Peebles Cor
ner." Cincinnati Enquirer.
For Pure Bread.
Tho Chic club of Philadelphia has
Started a campaign to have th6 broad
wrapped, hs it Is maintained that
bread Is often left vory carolosaly by
tho distributers In the mornings 'and
Is handled by very dirty persons, They
wish the bred deltYe-ed In the iele4
uUirv urluaM. .: '--.''jr-i 1 3uJ3e-'i-r
(By i: O. SKLt.KItS. Director of Kvenlng
Department, The Moody Dtble Institute,
f hit ago.) ' j
LESSON FOR MAY 3
THE PRODIGAL SON.
LriSSON TEXT-Uilto 15:11-32.
GOLD12N TEXT "I will nrle and ko
to my father, and wilt say unto him,
Father, I have sinned against heaven, and
In thy Bight." Luke 1G:1S.
Tho parables of Jesus aro marvels
of unity and condensatlbn, yet no nec
essary detail Is omitted. This, per
haps his most famous, is no excep
tion oven though it does carry a dou
ble lesson. Who thinks of tho older
brother when this story Is mentioned?
Though designated tho "Story of tho
Prodigal," wo need to remind our
selves that tho word "prodigal" never
onco occurs In tho story. The open
ing sentence speaks of a father and
of two sons. It Is really tho parable
of a perfect father, tho unveiling of
the true heart of God. Against that
background Is sot off a Belf-centered
son lacking In natural affection. Also
alongside tho wayward son Is the mis
erly, selfish ono who lnckod all the
good qualities of his brothor, but who
was truly a wanderor and out of har
mony with God tho Father. In the
background we seo tho citizens of
tho far country who helped thlB young
Jow to his placo of want( famlno nnd
degradation. Remember, It Is our
Lord speaking to Jews. When tho
Gentiles of tho far country sent him
to feed swlno thoy Insulted him by
compelling him to get his living
through an occupation Instinctively
First Fruit of Sin.
Tho father makes equal partition
"divided unto them." (V. 12) though
neither son had a right to demand n
partition of his estate. At the bot
tom of tho son's request was adeslre
to have his own way to bo Independ
ent of God. He did not go away from
homo at once, though his heart was
already In tho "far country."
I. Into the Far Country, vv. 13-18.
Fun Is tho first fruit of sin, and that
tho son readily found so long as his
money lasted (Heb. 11:2G). But tho
consequences followed closely on Its
trail, for when ho had "spent all" ho
began to be In "want." There are
many attractive things about this
young man, but those qualities were
perverted, thoy lacked control, thoy
were good servants but bad task
masters. It Is not always physical,
temporal want that comes to tho sin
ner, there are deeper and moro in
tense longings soul want and soul
hunger. These always come to the
soul away from God. Being In want
does not mean that a tnan'B will has
been subdued. Somo prodigals In tho
most abject temporal need aro as
proud as Lucifer, and boast of their
rebellion. So he "joined himself to n
citizen of tho country." Ho did not
belong tbsre tho citizen did. He was
set to tho most degrading task Im
aginable for a Jew feeding swine.
Like a Lost Sheep.
II. The Home Coming, vv. 17-24.
The first step was for tho son to stop
and really think. Thnt is whero sal
vation always begins In thinking. Ho
knew ho was lost, e. g., out of adjust
ment, In the wrong place, out of his
element and like tho lost sheep,
"ready to dlo." Ho saw his condi
tion, money gone, friends gone, hogs
for companions, no food for his sus
tenance. Ho saw his valuo. ,Hq was
more Important than tho servants of
his father's home. Ho saw his fath
er's 16ve, already manifested In what
had been given him and we fain would
believe that when ho left home ho
had the father'B urgent plea to re
turn. Ho saw a way to escape from
his present position. All of this after
he "came to himself." Before that,
Impenitent, he waB morally Insane,
n,ow ho has reasoned, Isa. 1:18. With
his- reasoning also enmo the deter
mination to make a full confession.
"I will say unto him," not alone con
fess his need but tho fact that ho had
sinned. This Is the only way for a
sinner to come to God, Ps. 32:3-5;
I John 1:9: Luko 18:11-14. He did
not stop with rMplvlng but "ho arose
and camo to W3 father," v. 20. Ho ex
pected to apply for a servant's posi
tion, but never had tho opportunity
for the father saw him "a great way
oft" and "ran and fell on his neck and
kissed him." Notice tho kiss of recon
ciliation was given boforo he oven had
a chanco to confess. In his confos'
slon his first thought is that ho had
sinned against God and then against
his earthly father. Tho father had
not onco forgotten him; ho "had com
passion" even though tho son was un
merciful to himself and to all of his
loved ones. The father kissed him
beforo he was washed or otherwise
made presentable His real need was
paramount to that evidenced by his
rags, hunger, or tho ravages of his
dissipation. When ho did mako his
confession (vv. 20, 31), wo noto no
reforonco to tho matter of his be
coming a servant. It Is doubtful If
tho father gavo him an opportunity
to state that part of his resolve. Then
there camo forth tho "best robe" (Isa.
01: 10; Phlh 3:9 It. V.). And a "ring"
tho plodgo of his sonshlp, Eph. 1:13,
14; Gal, 4:6, and shoes also, Eph.
6; 16. Then thero waB tho fatted calf,
feasting nnd merriment, of which
thero was no end. Of his temporal
blessings thero was an end, not so of
tjio spiritual blessings of reconcl"'
tlon and communion wlt-'-"" '
Wo seo that It is thV
character Is emp"1
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SAD flDI$3 OF GPEATT jpt
r"- ' ' ' ' "
Action of Yohng Couple That Really
I Looked Like a Piece of Rank
"There is a young couple In ourj
apartment house," he remarked, "tnaf
my wlfo and myself took quite a fancy-
to. Thoy used to come In occasional-;
ly, and wo got very fond of them."
"I UBcd to sit nnd think of how I'd
llko to do something handsome for
them If I over got rich. You know
how a fellow will droam about thoso
things. Ever sit and speculato on
what you'd do for your friends If you
ever got hold of any money?"
"Well, I'm quite a hand for dream
ing that way. For ono thing, I was
going to glvo this young couplo a flno
party. They aro both musical, and
this waB to bo an event of somo mag
nitude. I figured I'd havo Caruso
to sing and Paderowskl to accompany
him. Somo class, eh?"
"Yes, Indeed I",
"I used to dream by tho hour of tho
big party I was going to givo this
young couplo if I over got rich. But
they dished the whole scheme"
"How was that?"
"Gavo a big party and left us out of
RED, ROUGH HANDS
SOFT AND WHITE
For red, rough, chapped and. blood
ing handB, dry. Assured, Itching, burn
ing palms, and painful finger-ends,
ulth shapeless nails, a ono-nlght Cutl
cura treatment works wonders. Di
rections: Soak the hands, on retir
ing, In hot water and Cutlcura Soap.
Dry, anoint with Cutlcura Ointment,
and wear soft bandagea or old, loose
gloves during tho night. These pure,
sweet and gentlo emollients preserve
the hands, prevent redness, roughness
and chapping, and Impart In a single
night that velvety softness and whlto
nesB so much desired by womon. For
thoso whose' occupations tend to In
jure tho hands, Cutlcura Soap and Cu
tlcura Ointment aro wonderful.
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout tho world. Sample of each
free.wlth 32-p. Skin Book. Address post
card "Cutlcura, Dept. L, Boston." Adv.
The Handy Man.
Cuthbert Plpwhlstlo waited In pal
pitating silence for Gervangellno to
answer tho great question he had just
put to her. Would sho say: "Yes,
Cuthbert," or would sho prefer to re
main Miss Smith?
Slowly Gervangellno turned her pe
roxide head around and gazed into
the young man's eyes. Cuthbert took
"Do you piny cards for money?" sho
"No," said Cuthbert, lying llko a
hero. "But If I did I would win a
lot of money at tho moment."
"How so, dear Cuthbert?"
"Just look what a ripping hand I
Her beautiful head dropped on to
Makes the laundress happy that's Red
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Little Prcscott had been leaning out
of an upstair window.
"Come away from tho window, son,"
his father said sternly. "You might
fall out and get a hump on you back
like the camels you saw yesterday."
The little boy was silent for a few
minutes Then ho asked: "Father,
do all jjao little camels have to fall
out of the window to get their
Is it possible there is a woman in thisountry who con
tinues to suffer without giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound a trial after all the evidence that is con
tinually being published, which proves beyond contradic
tion that this grand old medicine has relieved more suffer
ing among women than any other one medicine in the world ?
We have published in the newspapers of the United States
more genuine testimonial letters than have ever been pub
lished in the interest of any other medicine for women
and every year we publish many new testimonials, all gen
uine ana true, i-iere are three never betore published:
From Mrs. 5. T. Richmond, Providence, R. I
Riovidbnck, RrJ. "For tho tenefltof women who suf'-''
tloruVJ wish to 6tato what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegety"
has done forme. I did soma heavy lifting nnd'"
caused a displacement. I havo always been Wt
after my baby was born and inflammation -tration,
from which I did not recover up' '
ham's Vegetable Compound. Tho r
when I hear of a woman with t"
to tnKo your medicine."- 31'"
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who studied muslo?" ?,-wf,
"Ob, bo's a well known conductor1
nowvr . ,
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uv. x'lerccs I'lcasant reiieti regnuu'
ana invigorate stomacn, uvcr ana uowcis.
Sugar-coated, tiny granule. Easy to talu '
u candy. Adv. rt
His Status. t
"Who Is tho man who 1b writing up
thoso planetary system articled?" ' '
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Grand Ayc, Con
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up In bd and
couldn't moTfl a
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two more boxes per
manently cured me.'
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