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TMB OARMZOZO MEWI.
Bfaids and Fur
Bands on Gowns
Thn t t Ion nf trimming h nlwny
nn Interesting imi, mill tho present
models nre not lucking In vnluiitit
suggestions, IIiiiiikIi III" I'tclicll mill
American designer nri' not nlwny In
accord nn this point ns In the case on
u number of others, observe 11 prnml
lient fashion correspondent,
.'Whllo embroidery Is still one of tin
chief standby of tlio American mnkcr
It sppcars tn be distinctly on tin- wano
with tlu French. Ilnth nro ngroed
tlmt trltmiilnei for daytime frock
shall In1 cnnllned tn binding, lirnt'l
mill hand of fur (hough t In French
maker have n penchant for trimmings
of button which I "tinted In only
tn n limited extent ty tin' American.
Plaiting nf nil sorts nro new nnil
very much In evidence, whether inert
ii h trimmings In ttie Klinpe nf nnrrnw
frill", or nn n feature of the frock
Itself. Shirring nntl cording In grcups,
narrow lieltK and girdles, double and
cut wool fringe, rlliliim nnil fringed
silk nil iln their part toward lending
mi unwonted vnrletr tn trimming",
For evening frock, which hnve thin
season blossomed In such picturesque
tienuty, the trimming nru brilliant
mid luxurious tn a degree which for
tunately always, or nenrly always,
escapes the garish, nnil strongly sug
Keats eighteenth century exinllte
nes. As linn heen snhl, omlirntdery I still
very favorably considered hy the
Amcrlrnn deslgtrer. TIiIk limy be bo
cuufo ho finds bin clientele Ion t li tn
part with the xlmple straight line
frock, on which embroidery I nt Its
licet. Hmhmldery, In fact, might mure
Justly 1 10 culled u decoration tlinn n
trimming, because It In Imposed on
the lint Kiirface of the fnbrle nnil iIoch
not alter I he outline nf the garment
In the leant.
Needlework In Striking Designs.
Needlework. In striking but uncom
plicated deNlgn, In used In nnrrnw
traceries for picking nut the salient
, feiittireii of ii model mid still covers
, Inrgn pnrllnn nr tlio whole surfneo nf
it garment, either In a continuous pat
tern or In large whorls scattered herp
The pnttcrtis nro effective, but nro
produced by (be least Intrlcnta stitches
known to tlio needle woman, such iih
ningle stitch, nvcrnnd-ovur stitch,
couching, htittonhollug mid French
I'mbrnldory finis, wool ynrns, die
nllle mid gold nnd sliver threads n ri
nsed to work out the patterns nnil, nf
course, heads, which, however, nro
for their continuance In favor '.hnugl,
other long fringes Imvo definitely
passed thu merlillnn of popnlurlty.
A quite new nntp, fringed ribbon
nnil fringed tdlk, In nnt iciervcd for
Its nhvlntis uso ns trimming on sllkrr.
evening gowns nnil wrnps, but Is met
with In strange compnny.
Tor Instance, there Is nn attractive
little frock nf blue duvptyn with n
slightly nttcd bodice cut In the Span
ish manner, which rounds back nnd
front below the wnlst line, nnd a
strnlght narrow skirt.
To give Ilia modish width nhi.ut the
hips of this frock, a series of crisp
,lng Blue Serge Frock Trimmed
With Black Braid.
wjjh Bdmlrahlo restraint, 'vhrn
're rnnihliipil with the various
tfeemllngly handsome trimming
ujed on n lirown velvet gnwn
nticverity except for the long
l tunic of brown georgette,
.1 is hemmed nnd completely cav
il hi B bold ileslrn.
Ijja'le brnld, rather wide. Is the trim-
,tna u-MaK ill.,.!......!.!..,. -
""tin M."iuiuiiiii; n aevcre
ck frock In which the miner nnr.
in tlia hln line Is nf vlv.i t..t.n
K .... , --. -.. ,.llu
Skirt la of heavy crene no I In 'rim
In rrnaaeil nnd recmaceif Iti iiu.
wdjihape on the front nnd hack of
iiitvKiri. ine enna terminating in loop
winch dro-ip at tlio lje.
jK. Tuneli and noiettts.
21SPi..wr8 track bun bands of
frnjcgitack brnld. crossing the frnnt
nnHioiitally nnd caught nt Interval
""tiny tassels. On another frock of
' velvet there nro many I'lerrot
if narrow black brnld.
Frock of Blue Duvetyn With Fringed
taffeta flounces hnve been placed nne
nbnvo thn oilier, extending from the
biidlrn lino tn tlio knee.
l'acli llnuncn Is fringed n the etlge
nnd n line nf bright brocaded lloweru
runs through Its center,
I.lttlo tassels of silk, of soft tubu
lar silk cord, of chenille nnd of bends
hnvo n by no means Inconsiderable,
placo In tlio senson's trimmings.
A brown velvet nfternoon frock with
n simple short sleeved crosiover
bodice )m n double skirt, each llouuco
nf which Is accordion plaited.
In the French Collections,
In the I'rencli collections, one seen
mi ncenslnnnl model which possesses
n tunic bordered with 11 rather wide
bund of fnx but on the wholo the
furs used for trimming i Ither duve
tyn or satin rrnrkH nro tlio short
haired furs such nn Persian lamb,
squirrel or kolinsky and these In nar
row bands nro used for edgings or ure
set nn tlio fabrics In many lines, clone
together. Often, hanging tabs of the
fabric nt the neck or girdle terminate
In small fur halls.
Narrow bands nf brightly striped
silk nro used tn rellee the neck and
sleeves nf u soImt frock mid we find
again In one of the best I'rencli models
the pleasing fashion of unMtlng n
navy blue nerge frock with 11 sash of
Unman striped rlhbou.
millions should hnvo a whole chnp
er ileoied tn their beauty and their
many uses, which range from nose
gays tn entire fnwks, Hut there Is
only sluice to mBj.ilori thn enormously
I Hide and liillllalitlv Ui'Dcildcd ribbons
which can ho iiindo to go very far to
ward the fashioning of nu evening
Evening down Trimmings.
When one enters the realm of
fabrics, and trimmings which nro only
suitable for evening gnwns tlio variety
Is n bewildering that It Is hard to
know where tn begin nnd qulto lm
pntsihle to knnw when to stop.
Terrain It Is ns well to only touch
In pausing on the seqnlned and headed
bandings, the Jeweled passementerie
nnd girdles, the exquisite laces threaded
with gold and silver nnd nil thn other
luxurious trimmings and dwell with
most weight upon the charming new
tricks which evening frocks take upon
themselves In theso days.
Skirl nro puffed over reeds on the
hip to produce the Infanta silhouette,
nro scalloped, kilted Jr tlnely rufllcd.
Tlio fashion of cutting the fabric
Into deep ncnllups or Vandykes nnd
mounting these In gather or lino
plaits on n narrow skirt la n new nnd
pretty one. They nro Intended tn rep
resent tlnwor petals and hand made
llnwers of silk are an nil but Indls
pcnsaUe adjunct to the modish eve
Hoses of the material of tho frock
am ns often seen as those of the
natural color of the (lower. One frock
In green taffeta has It thru tiered
HAD CHRONIC IRQHGHITIS
FOR TWENTY-SIX YEARS
NOW WELL AND HAPPY
THIS IS WORTH RCAOINO
The cxperlcnca of Mr. K. J. Tou
rnllk, 14:18 ltoao street, LaCnviie,
Wisconsin, Is chiefly rcmarknblo
on account of ho length of timo
ho was nllllctcd.
lie wrltesi "I have been suf
fering with chronic bronchitis for
twenty-six years and every winter
I would catch cold nnd become to
hoane I coutd not speak for six or
eight weeks. I could get only tem
"This winter I was token with
Grip and was In jiwful shape. A
fellow workman advised mo to take
I'K-HU-NA. lly the time I had
used three-fourths of a bottle, the
hoartencss was gone, also that
tired feeling. I am on my second
bottle. Hereafter I'K-ltU-NA will
bo constantly In my house. It Is
the best medicine ever put up for
For any disease due to catarrh
or catarrhal conditions, I'E-HU-NA
is equally dependable. Coughs,
colds, catarrh of the head, stomach'
trouble, constipation, rheumntiim,
pains In the back, sldo and loins,
bloating, belching gas, Indigestion,
catarrh of tho largo and small In
testines, are some of tho troubles
for which PE-UU-NA Is especially
UK-KU-NA can be purcharcd
nnywhero in either tablet or liquid
Saves the Hair
AH ttroicstU, 8opn, Ointment A tK Tiiitm
1 4am pi koli tr of "CiUim, Vp X, Iniu,1'
0, W, LYMAN MILLINERY CO.
1029 Araphoe, Denver, Colo.
The Wholesale Millinery
Houieuf the West
MAIL u voun ORDESS
NO MATTBn HOW BMALL
A Strike for Freedom.
Unionism In u flluhtly illtTireul
phase In being Used by Htllilelllx nf
Sim iialiii I. who h.ue In (heir nrgalii
gallon Mime 'Jii.imii of llielr nnnilier
one-foiirlli nf ithnni urn girls, Tlioe
Ulllnnlsin iluolre not shorter (inurx,
lint oilier tenihulH but tliej lane
si nick fur freedom of hpivch mid tlio
lirorvrmtlon of the freedom of the
press. The iiimemiiil. It Is reported,
1' fiirendlng tn oilier cities, Thus
cnine the evldcnivi of the gnut ileum
era lie naneiiieiil In I'lilun.
Cldncy dlaensn Is no respectnr of per
soni. It attack young anil old nllke.
In tnot cnaes the victim Is warned
nf the niipronrlilug dnnger. Nature tights
buck, llrnilnehp. lmllgeiitloii, insomnia,
lamo back, lumbago, aclntlrn. rheimia
tliui, pain In the loin and lon'er nb
ilninen. dllBculty In urlnnlln, , all am
inillcuuou of trouble brcwlut lu your
When such symptom appear jnu will
alnimt certainly tlnd quick rrHrf In
UOl.U MUUALi llnorloui Ud Capsule.
'1'hla famous old remedy tiaa aliwl
tlio test for two hundred yenrs hi kfln
Inc lunakliul to tljht off disease.
It Is Imported direct from the home
laboratories In Ilollauil. where It has
lii'll'M tn del clop thn Hutch Into unci
et the sturdleat and healthiest races In
the world, and It may be had at
almost every dm toro. Your money
prnuiplly rrtundrd it It dues not re
l!ti ion. lie aura to gtt the genuine
CUI.l) SlllDAIi llrand. lu scaled pack
a its, tlirco alius, Adv.
Oauie for Suspicion.
"S.'ioiioi' Siiiugg has Hie manners of
a I'lieiii'i'lli'ld "
"YeM" returned old I'eslus l'eier.
"lie l aluii.n- iollif mot deferent In I
thai he 1,,-i.pw on- teilng how laueb
In- iiiinu to iii'itiiM " Kansas t'ltj
Catflirlinl Deafness Cunnot Be Cured
ly local appllentloas as thoy cannot rvaili
the diseased portion ot the tar There Is
onlv une way to cure Catarrhal Deatnesa.
f.n?. Is by coaatltutlonnt remedy
JIAI.t8. CATAItllll MIUtll-INK arts
throuali the lllooj on the Mucous burfHrei
of the System. Catarrhal lleafness Is
caused by an Inflamed condition of the
mucous lining or the Kustachlan Tube
hen this tube Is Inflmned you have a
ruinhllna; sound or Imperfect hearing, and
when It .1 entirely , h.sed, Deafness la the
reiult t'nlesa the InlLimmatlon can ba re
dared and this tube reslnred to Its nor
mal condition, hearing may be destroyed
forever Many cases of Deafness are
caused by Catarrh, which Is an Inflamed
condition nf Ihe Mucous flurfacea.
INK IIUNDIIKI) loU.n8 for any
case of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot
MKDICINR. br ,MU''8 CTAIl,l
AH .Druggists TSc, Circulars free.
V, J. Cheney A Co., ToMo, Ohio.
Tight nop Bridge,
A bridge over ihe eUHnugnr tiler.
India, is made nf uiily three rope.
Hue Is the r palli while Ihe inliei
two are mils.
I leaf pi iiph should enjoy better
health lb n others as they do nol
raleh everylhlng going
"ej Smart or Burn, If Sot,
lUUR EYES Gnufateiuee Murine
eftcn. Soothaa, Refreahe. Sate (or
InfBt or Adult. AtallUnHwieta. Write for
FINISH OLD NATIONAL ROAD
Completion of Highway Now Under
Contemplation After Lapse of
(Prepared by Ihe United State Depart
ment of Agriculture.)
A project under tho federal aid road
net, Died with tho bureau of public
roads, United States department of
agriculture, which will undoubtedly
hold tho record for length and cost for
somo time to come, Is of unusual In
terest aside from It great length nnd
cost. It contemplates, after tho lapse
of nearly n century, tho completion of
the Old National road, extending from
tho Potomac to the Mississippi, which
already has been largely Improved a
far west ns the Indiana line. Tho Illi
nois Improvement will extend from
Knst Ht. Louis across the state to tho
Indiana line, traversing Ht. Clair, Mad
ison, Ilond, Knyctte, Kfllnghaui, Cum
berland nnd Clark counties.
The proposed typo of surfaco Is
monolithic brick nn- concrete pnvo
ment, the nvernga cost of which Is
about 130,000 per mile. Tho proposed
Improvement Includes nlsn thn con
struction of 40 bridge structures, of
lengths ranging from 22 feet tn .100
feet. At present tho uncompleted por
tion nf the btghwny Is generally nn un
improved earth rnad, which become
Earth Road Which Decomea Nearly
Impaciabl at Certain 8eaions of
nearly Impassahlo nt certain seasons
of the yenr. There nrc, however, nenr
some of the villages, short stretches
ot macadam pavement, generally In
very poor condition, Tlio local frame
consist of approximately CO trucks,
Tin) motor vehicles and M horse-drawn
vehicles per day, to which Is added
during the, summer months a through
trnlllc of about "0 truck uud 1100 pas
senger motor vehicles,
PLANT TREES IN MICHIGAN
Stock to Be Distributed at Nominal
Cost by State Agricultural In
stitution. A law wa reccutly passed by tho
Michigan legislature for thn encour
agement nt the planting of fruit and
nut bearing trees along tho highways
nt that state. Stock la tu lie distrib
uted at nnmlnnl cost hy the statu ag
ricultural college tn local olllclnls and
private ludhldunls who will set It nut.
tinder the supervision of tho stale
Whoever has traveled nver the tree
lined highroad nf f.urope wdll greet
with satisfaction this measure us tho
beginning nf it pulley nf cnuiblnlng es
thetic mid economic values lu our
methods ot routl-bulldlng.
TOWNSEND BILL IS FAVORED
Measure Introduced by Senator Frorr
Michlgan Calls for Appropriation
Of forty or morn bills on various
highways pinna Introduced In con
gress, tho cost Important Is that In
troduced In tho senate by Senator
Charles IS. Tuwnsend of Michigan,
chairman of the senate post olllco nnd
post mods committee. It calls for nn
appropriation of $IU.1,000,(KW, for the
construction of it federal highways sys
tem, providing that within live year
!,000 miles of federal highway shall
he conslr ted, to which tho highways
systems of thn various atates and
counties enn connect. To curry on tbll
ambitious project It provide for o
nonpartisan commission of expert to
he apK)liitcd by tho president.
Economic Value I Qreat.
The economic value of Improved
highway I far greater than their
military Importance. This fact was
conclusively demonstrated whllo we
wcro engaged In tho war. .
Tractor Do Fin Work.
Oasollno tractors bitched to road
tuarhlnery di fine work cheaply and
Now a Valuable Cltlien.
A good hlfhwny man I now a valu
KILLS TREE PESTS
Doctor Woodpecker Is Nature's
Chief Wood Surgeon.
In Everlasting Conflict With Million
of Dangerou Enemies That Would
Destroy the Life of the Sturdy
If half n thousand disease germ
should suddenly begin cut lug Into Iho
life tissues of jour body, )ou would
surely need a doctor, write V. K.
trimmer lu Iho Kami Journal, Yet
more than MX) iipecles nf Insects prey
Upon the oak tree, and still we wonder
at It strength mid vigor. Ko much,
Indeed, Ihut "sturdy ns nn oak" has
become an advertising slogan,
The sturdy oak one much nf Its
long life to Doctor Woodpecker, na
ture's skilled wood surgeon. One borer
would kill a Ireo single-handed If left
at his deadly work long enough i so
will a few beetles. A single mother
beetle will produce nearly 500,000
young destroyers lu it smi'incr nf unin
terrupted activity. Weevils only stunt
tin; growth of thn tree and leave It
full nf holes, an easy victim tu other
destroyers, Hnw tiles, caterpillars,
ants and moths are muting the host of
tree iest that damage the outer part
nf tho trees. Against all theso thu
tree Is defenseless, except for the busy
surgeon, A hungry bird nf nny other
kind cannot help the tree, for tho pests
are hidden beneath tho bark or far un
der tho surface,
.lust ns plagues nnil epidemics wiped
nut whole villages nf people In the
middle ages, no If left tn their enemies
It would uo only a few decades heforo
ull forests would be murdered noth
ing bill dead, grub-bored Mobs and
fallen trunks left. To prevent this
terrible condition nature sends a phy
sician regularly to each patient. Home,
times Doctor Woodpecker has been
known In spend as many ns three days
operating nn one very bad case, con
stantly using tn advantage his tree
surgery tools, (lenerally his Incision
Is only ns deep ns thu thickness nf tho
hark Often he slides his spearblll be.
I ween seams nr crevices anil draws mil
Ihe worm, leaving nn mark nr sear on
the bark tu show where be did It. At
other times his cuttings may be deep
galleries tunnels nr ononis,
A great deal of the drumming that
we hear is only fur sounding purposes
much like ii man taps tlio wall with
a hammer tn Had a studding. When
Doctor Woodpecker has discovered a
diseased part he directs a rapid lire
nf rattling beats upon Iho spot with
his plcknx bill, raining his hammer
like blows with automatic and nstou
Ishlng precision, until his prey la
brought to light. Then he thrusts In
his hnrlied hill nnd, with a sudden
hack ward Jerk, brings fortli the deadly
Early Aviation Flight.
One inuy be reasonably surprised
Hint Interest In nvlatlon bus nnt soon
er revived, ns n curiosity nf the pnst,
Ihe legend nf Alexander tho Ureal
ami his youthful ascent In a smalt
car drawn by gryphon. The legend
was widely cut rent In thu middle agef,
mid many who heard It doubtless ho.
Ileved that Alexander's "gryboplane,"
as a modern headline writer cheerful
ly calls It. bud nttalned mi allltlido
which would make Ihe record as.
eeiislon nf modern aviation seem like
a childish experiment, tlryphniis. as
lltnse whii know llielr "Alice lu Won
derland" will remember, were odd
birds, and Alexander, mi adventurous
boy nf twelve, was said tn have bar
niwcd twn nf tliem lo a liasliel of
rushes mid been carried In a height
of tllT.U.M reel, returning to meet u
prntestlng parent, who asked htm
"hnw lung he oxpcclcd In keep up his
Infantile tricks."- Christian Ki len.-e
Signatures nn treaties have become
easy tn arrmige now that the system
nf alphabetical order Is follow) d, but
fnriaerl) the light for pn-eedeiuti was
a cause nf grluwiu dllllcully The or
der In which names appeared mi trea
ties used tu be determined by Ihe stat
us nf Ihe realms i-nm-crncd Hut Ibis
device Involved such lulenulniilde ill
pules 1 1 1 1 1 other systems were suggest
ed. mid ns long ago as 1718, at the
signature of Iho ipiadruple alliance,
each I'liwer Mlgneil first thn enpy which
was In remain In Its Hisaeaslou. At
Alx lu t'hapelle. In 17-18. the contract
ing parlies each irlgiicd one copy for
each nf Ihe ol tiers, finally Ihe pres
ent plan of alphabetical order (tic
cording to the I'rencli nlpl'iibel) was
Steel Pip Industry.
Very few pernina realise the vnrleil
Hppllenllons nf the prosaic steel or
Iron 'dpe. II has been iWcil for mnliy
yenr ns a conduit fur waler, sewage,
steam or gas, but at Hie present time
plm enters Into Ihe construction nf
such varied pindiiclH as agrlculliirnl
implements, aiilomnhllcs. nrclilleclur
al Ironwork and grill tvnrk. building
column, refrigerating machinery, dry
kiln apparatus, elevator cars, wheel
harrows, work benches, ornamental
gates, elevator grain spoiila, safety
ladders, warship masts, lighting and
high-tension pole, electric wiring, rail
way signal nppiirntu, sprinkler sy.
tetns and signal tnwein.
A the vnrlely of uses for tubular
"inducts hit-reused and Ihe ool nr k
"t steel diminished, there has been n
hange nlsn In material. Kirty year
igo nearly ull the serew.Jalnt pi pa wn
ST. CHARLES WOMAN
H Was Ucky Day for Mrs. Wletfioerttr
Wbea 9n Read About Doa'i
1 hud luch awful culling pains
In the small of my back and hips, 1
often bad to cry out." say Mrs. Kr
nest Wlcthocllcr, iV0 Madison St.,
St. Charle. Mo. 'The pnlu wns
knlfe-llko and I couldn't turu In bed,
in met I wns nltnosc
helpless. My feet and
nnkle swelled badly, m ' ,11
my hand wcro puffed
up and thero wcro
swellings under my
eyes. 1 often got so
dlny I had to sit
down to keen from
falling and my health Mfs-Wiitsstlw
was completely broken down. The
kidney secretions palued terribly In
passage nnd In splto ot all the mcd
Iclno I ton', I kept getting worso
until I wn n wreck.
"By chance I read about Doan't
Kidney rilli nnd bought some. After
t had used half a box thero wa a'
change and I continued to improve;
tho palm, ache and swellings left
nnd my health returned."
flirom to before me,
WM. F. WOI.TKtt, Nolarv TuHfc.
ALMOST TWO YHAHS LATKIl,
Mr. Wlethoelter said: "I think as
highly of Doan'i ns ever. When
ever I hnvo used them, they havo
Get Data's al Aar Stare, 0 a Be
D CAN'S fV
rOaTER-MlUIURN CO, BUFFALO, N. V.
Make It Snappy.
If you were In the telegraph html
ness you wouldn't make much money
if many peoplo sent message like the
following one. It v s written by u
woman, who unit a ptle fur it being
Ihe longest r.'-wopl telegram ever
"Administrator-general's cnunlcM ev
olutionary Intereoinmunleatlon- uncle
ctimslmit Illicit. Ojiaricrmustcr-gfii-end's
Islleally t-nntra-dlnlugiil-heil uneiiut.
In these day nf unsettled weather
look out for cold. Take every pre
caution ngnlnst the dreaded Influenza
and at the first sneeze remember that
Hoscheo'a 8yrup has heen used fnr
fifty-three year In all parts nf the
United States for coughs, bronchitis
and colds, throat Irritation nnd espe
cially for lung troubles, giving tho
patient a good night's rest, free from
ccughlng, with easy expectoration In
tho morning, Mada In America and
kept n n household remedy In thn
homes nf thousands of families all
over tho civilized world. Try one bottto
and accept no substitutes. Adv.
She They xay Mr. iell.' I lll.ati
He Well, he' horribly lu debt, but
It would take more than Hint tu eni.
harness liliii.--ltii.lnii post.
Important to Mothora
Rxamlnn carefully every bntlle nf
r'ANTiiuiA, unit anion out remery
for Infants .-Mid children, mid see that It
In TJso fnr Over 30 Years.
Cliildicn Cry for rictchor' Cnstorla
lie I u menu man who will not t.-'-ep
I "harp axe fur hi wife tn chnp wood
Of course, mail I , "ke any oilier
nn'inal Hull growl wdien n Iringrv.
Those Women Who
Dread Middle Life
"1 took Dr.
ing eclancy and
it was u great help
to me. It was tin
means nf krrptng
mo In good roiuiJ.
lion and when I
ramo to tnlddlo Ufa
ftook It again and
t brollsht ma
throuih tl.ii nrriod
safely. I am always
Irlnrt tn M.mmmnd
Dr. rierca'a 1'avoriU Prescription." MltS.
U. O. HINKy, Hii Mound tit.
After long eiperlenro In the trertment of
women's diaraet-a, Ur, Jlerco i olved a
vegetable tonlo and corrective which he
called Dr. l'icrra'a Favorila I'rcucriptlon.
Tills la a purely vegetable preparation,
without a particle of alcohol contained in it.
When a woman complains of backache,
(lllllnc-M or pain when everything look
black briora her eyes a dragging irollnc
or liearlng-down. with nervousness, she
should turn to this "temprranca" herbal
tonic. It can ba obtained In almost every
dnif store In the land and the Ingredient
are printed In plain English on the wrapper,
ut up In tablets or liquid. Dr. fierce, ol
niidids' Hotel, HufTato, N. Y will Mod
trid stia ol the tablet for ten cent.
Whea Weak and Nervess
Karons City, Kane, i "I have taken Dr.
Picreo a ravorlta Prescription many time
with very good result. I have taken It for
woman'a wraknn when I was all run-down,
weak and nervous and It soon had ma built
Up In hratlh and strength, I have taken it
at different times as a tonlo and It haa never
failed to (ire relief. I have also rtccm
tnended It to others who have boeo wonder
fully benefited by It uso,
"As I have done lot of nursing I am In'
position to know that 'Favorite Prescrip
tion' haa saved the Ilia nf many a woman."
MilS. A. amiltiur.it, ltoi Wood Ave.
r t tUnctrous. Gtt prompt relief
diiidi imiauuni aDuuni. nil
and ufi for youa o4 old, Mq opiates
PI SO S