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Oronogo, Mo.-" I was simply a ner. do 1
vous wreck. I could not walk across
the floor without and
my heart fluttering ! say
and I could not even '
receive a letter. une
Every month I had
such a bearing down s
sensation, as if the yid'
lower arts would and
fall ou . Lydia E. 1'
P'inkham's Veget't- you
ble Compound has be
", ' done my nerves a
S?. great deal of good to
Sand hasalsorelieved be
he bearing down. I recommended it he
to some friends and two of them have nin
been greatly benefited by it."--Mrs.
LE M 'KNI;IIT, ()ronogo, Mo. larl
Another Grateful Woman. ' n
St. Louis, Mo.- "I was bothered
terribly with a female weakness and no,
had backache, bearing down pains and rca
pains in lower parts. I began taking cur
Lydia E. Pinkhaum's Vegetable Coim- ch~
pound regularly and used the Sanativo an
,,ash and now I have no more troubles we
that way."-Mrs. AL. IInRzoo, 5722 e
I'rescott Ave., St. Louis, Mo. Ob
Because your case is a difficult one, o
doctors having done you no good, sot
do not continue to suffer without cia
giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable qui
Compound a trial. It surely has cured cae
many cases of female ills, such as in
flammation, ulceratiop, displacements, e
fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic ed
pains, backache, that bearing-down mE
feeling, indicestion, dizziness, and ner- is
vous prostrationh. It costs but a tritle gi.
to try it, and the result is worth mil- col
lions to many suffering women.
Sickly Smile ho
Wipe it off your otherwise h
good looking face-put on that pu
good health smile that CAS- ag
CARETS will give you-as bi
a result from the cure of m
Constipation-or a torpid liver. ii
It's so easy-do it-you'll see. e
CASCARETS 10e a box for a week's
treatment, all druggists. Biggest seller n
in the world. Million boxes a month.
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something original in this libretto,"
merry villagers sinmom, giveng, 'WJesie are hap
Mamma-replied the poet, wearily. "The 'g' is
Eod It sho. lust give it to Jessied 'happy
Bansomething original in ofthis libretmy to,"wn
have formed a secret scornfuciety. "Here
Rat the vers-y outseret society? Surelyot of
howmerry villagerep secrets.ingng,'We are hap
Bp ankd-But they know how to tellgay"
"Youthem, and th cat's why the idea at all,"formed
the socplied the poet, wearily. "The 'g' is 1y.
Stella-ThAre you afraidmen of my tows?
Rivers--A seret society? Surely,
that's a msnomer; women carry a sandbag becauseknow
theym, andre that'soo proudwhy they formedbeg.
tella-An economical hot weather
Beluxuryla--Not with my hat pleases
Some meand satisfies carry a sandbagy meal. So
they ag tood yprou'll want more.
package with cream or milk.
"The Memory that pleases
and satisfies at anymeal. So
good you'll wan more.
package with cream o., mitlk.s
attle Creek. Mich.
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HINTS FOR BREEDER GRI
There Is No Comfort In Driving an
Uncomfortable Horse. A
Colts Snould Be Treated with Such be
Kindness That They Will Come at give
Owner's Call in Yard or A
A horse that will walk steadily five incl
miles an hour will cover the same one
ground in a day with much less fatigue thrc
than one that trots half the time. We
" do not suflclently appreciate the value
t and capacity of good, fast walkers,
g says Hlorse ltreeder.
n There is no comfort in driving an
uncomfortable horse. Make the har
1 ness fit neatly, and in hot weather pro
vide suni blankets .0O protect from sun
d and tiles.
S The more comfortable you make
- your horses the more work will they
's be able to stand. A horse that has
a to lie on the hard floor all night will
be as tired in the morning its when cqu
it he was put in the stable in the eve- to t
3' ning. in I
Not long ago a stick something s5!
larger than a lead pencil, and six an(
inches long, became imbedded in the i
a nostril of a Missouri mnare, where it blot
d remained until decay of the wood oc- drii
curred and caused a constant dis- stot
ii- charge. It was extracted with forceps fore
o and the suffering creature at last got in
well. A friend of mine points out that thr
"by pretending to a little mystery and the
e owlish wisdom, and an interview with sto
i !1somec zealous iress reporter," an otil
It cial veteirinarian "could have started
to quite an ado over this long-standing
'd case of 'glanders.'"
[- Farmers, your colts should be treat- Ret
is ed so kindly that they will come to
-n meet you in yard or pasture. This
*r- is easily accomplished, by frequently
le giving a lump of sugar, an ear of
i- corn, or something else they like. ly
(ive each a name and always call it cec
by it. Halter-break when quite small, sa
teach them to lead and stop at the
word "whoa," leave them tied for an
hour or two at a time, letting them
have something to eat while tied, and
there will be little danger of their
pat pulling at the halter. At one year of
S. age they can be accustomed to the
bit, and may have a light harness on
them for a few hours at a time. The
f modern practise of driving to a ve
hicle when only yearlings is bad, for
unless extra care is used injury will
result. Colts should be accustomed to
-1 the sight of umbrellas and strange
noises. Keep them growing when
both in and out of pasture. How much
water can a thirsty horse drink on a I
hot day without feeling ally ill effects?
Here is a question that several people
connected with a mill at Kensington,
Pa., are asking themselves. A man left
his horse and buggy in front of the of
fice for half an hour one day, first tip
ping the boy of the place a nickel to
give the horse a bucket of water. Soon
after the manager went out and, see- tr
Ing the horse with its little bonnet a
I getting dry, he wet the headgear and of
gave the animal' a second bucket of be
water. A clerk going out for luncheon at
was moved with compassion to water
the horse, and he was followed by a
traveling salesman who offered the ap
parently thirsty animal a fourth buck
et. The horse drank them all, as well
as a fifth bucket held up to him by ah a
benevolent boy. Finally, an hour or
so later, the proprietor came out and tt
exclaimed: "That horse must have
some water." He was told that it al- bI
ready had had five buckets, but said:
"No matter, give it a chance at a pi
sixth. It won't drink unless it wants
SIt." The horse drank a sixth bucket pi
sie. of water and still lives. As a rule
ve, horses are not watered often enough, c
especially when drawing heavy loads
a long distance. s
ad WEEDER USEFUL IN GARDENS
er 0 Amateur Can Easily Arrange One by g
of Taking Piece of Wire Cable and
3ap- Twisting and Bending Ends, b
l," A garden weeder can be easily made
' Is by the amateur. Take a piece of wire h
PPY cable having five or more strands of V
wire and untwist one end for about
three inches. Spread the strands out 1
and bend the end of each one at right 1
med Useful In the Garden.
angles, making the bend about one
half inch long. Bend the untwisted
end of the cable so it will be double
for six Inches of its length, and tie
ew them together. Also tie around the
cable at the base of the hooked
- Feeding Calves In Summer.
In warm weather calves should be
kept in during the daytime and turned
out during the evening, so as to avoid
the hot su and the flies. Whole or
-chopped oats should be fed, or a mix
ture of whole and chopped oats. About
a cupful twice a day for an ordinary
sized calf that is on good pasture will
be sufficient For fall feeding, until
the roots are harvested, there is noth
ing equal to green corn run through
the cutting box and mixed with some
i chopped oats.
The main point in calf feeding is
never allow them to stop growing, and
for beef animals keep them in good
flesh. In feeding calves, as in every
system of feeding, the extremes of
er over and under feeding are to be avoid
es ed. Continuous, regular, liberal feed
So tat always brings the most profit and
the best practical results.
he Rye Meal for Cows.
The Pennsylvania experiment sta
k. tion has discovered that rye meal, as
sh a part of properly balanced ration for
dairy cows, is sufficient in milk and
butter production to an equal weight
S of cornmeal.
Germs In Cream.
Cool, low temperature will greatly
retard the growth of most germs in
cream, and cream quickly cooled will
keep sweet much longer than when it
I allowed to cool gradually.
GRINDSTONE IS EASILY MADE WEi
Detailed lastructions and Illustration N
for Making Very Convenient and est
Useful Farm Implement. kidn
A grindstone is not only useful, but iea
almost an absolute necessity on every eod
well equipped farm. One can easily
be made by following the directions
A frame of 2x4 is made 4 feet long
and 5 inches wide, inside measure.
Five-inch blocks are placed three
inches from ends of four-foot sides;
one being left loose so it can be run
through the bicycle frame at seat. A
I ' andi
1 Grindstone With Foot Power. ox
1square block, 3½ inches long, is made
to fit the hole of stone; a hole is bored A
in block to receive wheel hub; the this
spokes are removed from rear wheel ove
and hub is cut in two in center cross- spo
wise, and placed in hole of square lute
t block in stone, and small nails are you
(driven in spoke holes in block. The ert
stone is placed in tLcycle frame as be- tior
fore and the frame in turn is placed lad;
in 2x I framelt thle five-inch block is run hai
through bicycle frame at seat post, mo
the seat is turned around and the Ilei
stoIne is thent ready for use. Wol
I- ____ for
d CONVENIENT BOX FOR TULIPS '
t- Receptacles Are Obtained in Many anb
o Sizes, or Can Be Made-Enhance the
Beauty of Plant. is
) The beauty of potted tulips is great
ly enhanced by the nature of the re
it ceptacle in which they are placed,
1, says Popular Mechanics. In this illua
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Artistic Boxing of Tulips.
a FARM NOTES.
to Pracse crop rotation.
to Artistic Boxing of Tulips. su
e- tration they are potted, or boxed, fn sh
art'green-staike alone x. Such boxes ar en
nd obtainable in many sizes or can easily Cmore
of bethan t o heps owork does.
bloom in every man's yard.i
:k PracThise soil brings protation.per returns when
a properly turalone.
or FDon't allow the stock a hor wagons tore
pack the soil in the work dorchard.es.
e If you want to pleasd be alpigs do noto
alconfne thebloom toin every a sman'sll pen.
Id: The soil brings proper returns when de
ts Don't well with the hen thatock or wagonts to
JS Horses that are used exclusively on
the farm and do no road work should C
by go unshod. 1
Md Most of the failures in the chicken fc
business are due to lack of knowledge b
and training. t
ade Whenever a horse is pushed out of I b
rire his natural gait, he works at a disad- o
of vantage to himself. A
out An ihcreased poultry population A
out means increased poultry pleasures and tl
ght poultry profits.
The man who gathers the crop is A
the man who also has something to do I
with the prices. l
The first education a calf gets is in t
the art of drinking milk out of a pail. L
All calves are opposed to education.
ne Importance of Soy Beans.
ble We are told that the great increase
t ie in growing soy beans in China and
the Japan is changing various businesses
ked all over the world. The oil from these
beans is taking the place of linseed
and the crushed cake after the oil ex
traction is being used in place of lin
seed and cottonseed meal for feeding.
ned Change to Italian Stock.
a or Any colony of bees may be changed
mix- to pure Italian stock by simply remov
bout ing the old queen and introducing an
ary- Italian queen in her stead. In two or
wll three months the stock will be pretty
intl much of the new queen and pure Ital
ome Vigor in Fowls.
g Constitutional vigor in fowls or even
and in strains of fowls has much to do
goodwith the profits. Some fowls are sub
soject to disease while others ward off
So disease in a remarkable degree. We
toid- should select and bread for vigor am
eed- well as utility.
Care for Raspberry.
During July and August give the
sta- raspberry plantation some care. Keep
, as it clear of weeds, cultivate, mulch, re
n for move all canes which have fruited.
and and cut back to three or four feet all
eight this year's canes.
Prune Tomato Plants.
eatly Keep tomato plants carefully
i in pruned. All superfluous branches
wll should be removed and the plants
en it trained to one main stem, with truit
Lpurs properly distributed.
WEAK KIDNEYS WEAKEN THE
No chain is stronger than its weak
est link. No man is stronger than his
kidneys. Overwork, colds, strains, etc.,
weaken the kidneys and the whole
body suffers. Don't neglect the slight
est kidney ailment. Begin using
Doan's Kidney Pills
iit It at once. They are
especially for sick
S' Ted HIiatt, Oswe
go, Kans., says: "For
many years I suf
fered from kidney
disorders. I was
treated by specialists
in Kansas City and
Chicago, was told I P
had an abscess of the kidneys and an in t
operation was advised. I thereupon J
began the use of Doan's Kidney Pius up
and gradually improved. Soon an op
eration was unnecessary as my kid
neys were well." I M
Remember the namle-Doan's.
For sale by all dealers. 50) cents a Infl
box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
She Lives In Bingville.
A south Missouri paper is carrying
this ad.: "Attractive woman, not a day iug
over thirty, would be pleased to corre- lii'
spond with eligible man. Not abso- vit,
lutely necessary that he should be gun
young. Would prefer one with prop- c(,n
erty, but one with a good paying poSi- but
tion would be satisfactory. The young sist
lady is of Imedlum height, has 1brown cou
hair and gray eyes, not fat, althoutgh, sta
most detcitedly, she is not skinny. wit
Iler friends say she is a fine looking me
,woman. Object matlriuony. Reason huti
for this advertisement, the young bus
woman lives in a little dinky town, lp
where the best catchos are the boys sty
behind the counters in the dry goods ti,
and clothing stores, and every one of I('h
them' is spoken for by the time he cia
is out of his short pants. Address m(
IHazel Eyes, lIox 23, Ilingville, 31o."- n.(
Kansas City Star. ret
SOFT, WHITE HANDS 1
May Be Obtained in One Night. of
For preserving the hands as well sol
as for preventing redness, roughness, Mli
and chapping, and imparting that vel- tw
vety softness and whiteness much de- nm
sired by women Cuticura Soap, assist- w!
ed by Cuticura Ointment, is believed or,
to be superior to all other skin soaps. wI
For those who work in corrosive tre
liquids, or at occupations which tend wl
to injure the hands, it is invaluable. lit
Treatment-Bathe and soak the ,e
bands on retiring in a strong, hot, 1nE
creamy lather of Cuticura Soap. Dry th
and anoint freely with Cuticura Oint- ha
ment, and in severe cases spread the wl
Cuticura Ointment on thin pieces of Ci
old linen or cotton. Wear during the w
night old, loose gloves, or a light lan- up
dage of old cotton or linen to protect
the clothing from stain. For red,
rough, and chapped hands, dry, fis
sured, itching, feverish palms, and
shapeless nails with painful finger
ends, this treatment is most effective.
y Cuticura Remedies are sold through- B
out the world. Potter Drug & Chem.
Corp., sole proprietors, Boston, Mlass. t(
The lady of the house hesitated.
"Are my answers all right?" she
"Yes, madam," replied the census
"Didn't bother you a bit, did I?"
"Feel under some obligations to me,
S"Then, perhaps you won't mind tell
ing me how old the woman next door
claims to be?"
"Good day, madam," said the census
Casey at the Bat.
n This famous poem is contained in the
Id Coca-Cola Baseball Record Book for
1910, together with records, schedules
n for both leagues and other valuable
g baseball information compiled by au
thorities. This interesting book sent
of by the Coca-Cola Co., of Atlanta, Ga.,
d- on receipt of 2c stamp for postage.
Also copy of their booklet "The Truth
on About Coca-Cola" which tells all about
d this delicious beverage and why it is P
so pure, wholesome and refreshing. 1
is Are you ever hot-tired-thirsty?
do Drink Coca-Cola-it is, cooling, re
lieves fatigue and quenches the
in thirst. At soda fountains and car
i. bonated in bottles--5c everywhere.
Manager-You never get this scene
right. Your business with the sweet
peas is all wrong and you forget when
you are to speak-you get your lines
all mixed up.
seActress-All right, sir, I'll be more
e attentive and fix the sweet peas and
try to get my lines in the right place.
X Manager-Your course is very sim
ple. Just mind your peas and cues.
g Baltimore American.
Galvanized Iron Corrugated and Crimp
ed of best quality for barns sheds, chicken
houses and residences,--ire and water
L proof, needs no paint, takes care of itself
a will last for years. Get the best, all
lengths, 5 to 12 feet, price $3.50 per square.
0? Full weight goods. Bend this ad with or
ty der. Pidgeon-Thomas Iron Co., "The
Roofing Folks," 94, 96 N. 2d SLt., Memphis,
Not an Objection.
"I think he'd like to join your club,
but his wife wouldn't hear of it."
"She wouldn't hear of it? Why, I
Sknow of half a dozen men who would
Sjoin our club if their wives couldn't
hear of it."
"Yes, Brown will stick to anything
"True, but he doesn't like anything
he has to stick to."--Puck.
te Dr Piece"' Pellets amaln, .umar-coaad, esy tos
eptke-' candy redlra te and I nl i orat e stomach.
1re-er and bowesir ad cure contipatlon.
ted. And many a coming man neglects to
oBouse of those ugly, grizzly, sray hairse Use "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER PRICE, SI.00, rotail.
HE LIVED IN THE CITY.
Papa-Why can't we see the moon
in the daytime?
Jilnric---'('ause they don't light it
up until after dark.
IMPROVING MORALS IN CHINA
Influence of Christian Teachings
Shown in the Changed Condi
tions Found There.
"The public cons cienc'e is now he
ing awakne(l ul)ll this .slee('t of pub
li nimorality. l,i;<t w\ k I was in
vit!'d to) take part in a nmeting or
gaInized by lien who are not dirtectly
connected with any ('hristian church,
built who are sicll(.,rliy disirous of as
sisting in the reformation of tlheir
countlrymen. 'Theiir lillrpose Was to
*tart an alitiganibling lea;gu(e, and
with this in mind they called a ilnblic
nmeting, which was attend 'ad by some
i;rilll'd(s of Chinese schol;ars and
hIbusiness lein, and resol'utions were
Spassed in approved piublit meeting
style, approving of a campaign against
the )'-unbling vice. M51,''1mb-s of tilhe
S('hinse Yoiig Men's ('Christian a;sso
ciation were asked to assist in the
lj imeeting, alnd to delnoonstrate by the
- nlcans of gamells the possibility of
l' rat'l' lon without vice. Suitable ad
(11d ss's were given by prominent Chi
nt-se, and the chief organizer of the
movement is one of the government
education inspectors for the provinces
of Kla:insu and Klangsi. A Chinese
Roman Catholic teacher gave a violin
solo, a Chinese secretary of the Young
, Mens' Christian association rendered
two cornEt solos, and a Protestant
missionary sang to the gathering. The
- whole meeting was conducted in so
d orderly and orthodox a fashion that It
was scarcely possible to realize how
e tremendous a reformation in the
d whole Chinese outlook upon public
life this meeting revealed. Twenty
e wears, even ten years, ago such a
t+ meeting would not have been within
Y t!he realm of possibility. Today we
t- have a class of public moralists arising
e who have undoubtedly learned from
it Christianity in their midst the ideals
which they are desirous of impressing
2' upon their countrymen."
,- Awfully Busy.
Id Jim-A stitch in time saves nine.
Tom-Who said that?
e. Jim-Gee! Ain't you read your
Tomn-Nope: I ain't even had timne
Sto read the sporting phge this morn
ing yt.--Cleveland Leader.
.... . . . . . . . ... . . . . ....___ ____
What Ails You?
Do you feel weak, tired, despondent, have frequent head
aches, coated tongue, bitter or bad taste in 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 kindred
If you have any considerable number of the
above symptoms you are suffering from bilious
mess, torpid liver with indigestion, or dyspepsia.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is made
up of the most valuable medicinal principles
\known to medical science for the permanent
cure of such abnormal conditions. It is a most
efficient liver invigorator, stomach tonio, bowel
regulator and nerve strengthener.
The "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 glance at these will show that it contains no alcohol, or harm
ful habit-forming drugs. It is a fluid extract made with pure, triple-refined
glycerine, of proper strength, from the roots of native American medical,
forest plants. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
Alms and the Man.
"Sure Father Flaherty was a good
man," Mr. Murphy said of the deceased
parish priest. "He hated sin but he
loved th' sinner, an' he was all com
passion an' patience an' wisdom.
There never was another loike 'im f'r
holdin' up hope to th' poor batthered
man that had anny desire f'r good.
"'Faith,' said he to Con Meehan, th'
toime th' bh'y was down an' out,
'faith, this solde av paradise 'tist all
beginning again, over an' over, an' tin
"An' that keen," continued Mr.
Murphy, "'twas niver worth whoile to
keep back part av th' price av th'
land! Wid a twinkle in his eye he'd
see clean through anny Ananias that
"An' gin'rous!" Mr. Murphy's voice
dropped to a lower key and his eyes
were wet as he added, "His hand was
always in his pockut, an' whin they
prepared him f'r burial they found his
right arm longer than his left wid
stretchin' it out to th' poor."-Youth's
Didn't Care for Expenses.
They were seated at the breakfast
"John, dear," said the young wife,
"this is my birthday."
"I'm glad you mentioned it, darling,"
rejoined her husband. "I'll buy you a
present the first thing when I get
X"Well," she said, "I hope you won't
get any cheap 98-cent affair."
"Of course I won't," he replied.
"Why, I would be ashamed to present
you with anything that cost less than
Mrs. Wlnsiow's Soothing syrup.
Jorcbildren teething, soft'ns the gurus, rcduces In
fammatiuon,allay oain, cures wind colic. 25c a butlae.
And some people have too much re
p spect for other people's homes and
not enough for their own.
t For Infants and Children.
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g in wear and tear of wagons. Try
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Autoing and Optics.
"Is not auto driving terribly hard
on the eyes?" we asked.
"Well, I guess not," replied the
chauffeur, withering us with scorn.
"Why, before I got to runnin' a car I
was thinkin' o' gettin' specks, my eye
sight was that poor I couldn't see the
contribution box in church until It was
so near past me it was too late to dig
for any money. But I hadn't been
runnin' that wagon two days till I
could see a policeman's little finger
stickin' out from behind a tree four
miles away. I could even see which
way a copper's eyeballs were turned
if he was standin' in the shade three
1 miles off. Hard on the eyes! Well,
t not much! It's the best medicine for
weak eyes that was ever invented,
Sdon't you forget it."
d Don't try to get to heaven-that is
Y selfish. Try to make a heaven of this
s earth for others, and you'll get there
I with both faith and work.
We know people who seem to know
everything except the fact that they B
don't know how much they don't know. C
To cure costiveness the medicine must be
, more than purgative; t must contain tonic,
alterative and cathartic properties.
possess these qualities, end speedily restore
to the bowels their natural peristaltic motion,
so essential to regularty--- ----
It HAIR BALSAM
an Cleanes a nd bear.es the hair.
dWriste r Iromote h aplonJ'Eet. g'rwt .
Never Fails to Restore Gray
Hair to its Youthful Coior.
Cures scap d',eases & hair bathiZ.
o" £GEPTS can you soil lots Inasconty ty.t jnd u n nm'r
cialcenterotf Rio 4,rande V'aly. plendflI o1 rat.
Write for booklet E. &baplaIaIwndret'.. b.Vpl', let.
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I Beams, C'hannels, Angles, All Building Mater
ial I'tllliring Iron. Iron and llras Castin'gs,
lightandheavy. Pattern Work, jllaeksllllthig,
Genueral Repairing of every kind for til Mu Is,
('omlpresHes, (;ltis, Saw Mlills, andtl Plantatioi,,
especially soll'ited. Mail orders guaranteed
prompt attention. Write us. Livermore Foundry
& Machine Co. 290 Adams Ave. Memphis, Tens.
Memphis Umbrella Co.
134 South Iain Street
Recover your Umbrella with a Taffeta Finished Silk
for$ l0. Emb.oidered Designs for l'arasolu FlltE.
EER Send postal for
Better and more economleal
than liquid antlseptles
FOR ALL TOILET USES.
Give one a sweet breath; clean, white,
er-free teeth-antiseptically clean
mouth and throat--purifies the breath
after smoking-dispels all disagreeable
perspiration and body odors-much ap
preciated by dainty women. A quick
remedy for sore eyes and catarrh.
A little Patine powder dis.
solved in a glass of hot water
makes a delightful antiseptic so
lution, possessing etraordinary
cleansing, germicidal and heal.
ing power, and absolutely harm.
less. Try a Sample. 50c.
r large box at druggins or by mail.
I, THE PAXTON TOILETCO., BosTom. MAsS.
WANTED TIoe 'i
TSbaeuo Addlh'tiuns tO
I cure in ten days by our Painless Meth.lI. Fee
can be kept in possession of patients until
cure is effected. Sanitarium of thirty rooms
equipped with all latest convenlenlcis. I'a
I tients who cannot visit Selnitariull can be
,cured privately at home. I'lefer'z'"': Any"
y Banker, Minister or Physilcan of Lebanuo.
Booklet of particulars sent free.
CEDARCROFTSANITARIUM, 80x 727, Lebanon,Tenn.
Gillette Blades Are Fine
NO STROPPING NO HONING
KNOWN THEWORLD OVER
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