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THB MARION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1007.
Nearly all othor Cough Cures are
constipating, especially those con
tainlngoptatea. Kennedy's Laxativo
Cough Syrup movos the bowels.
Contains no opiate.
CONTAINS HONEY AND TAR
"A Cold or a Coujjh nearly always
produces constipation the wator all
runs to tho eyes, noso and throat in
stead of passing1 out of tho system
through tho liver and kidneys. For
want of moisturo tho bowels become
dry and hard."
Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup
relievos Colds by working them out
of tho system through a copious
action of the bowels.
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PURE FOOD & DRUG LAW
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(World's Champions Lose a Tcn-lnnlng
Game In Philadelphia.
Standing of tho Clubs.
New York ...... ;.. ID
tat. Louis IS
1 1 .C72
Following arc Krldny's scoron:
At New York Cleveland fi. Now
York 1. Joss, Clarko; Kltson, Ortli,
At Philadelphia Chicago A, Athlet
ics 0 ten InnlnBs. White, McFnrlnnd;
At Boston Detroit G, Huston :i.
Blover, Donovan, Archor; Glaze, Shaw.
At 'Washington St. Louis 1, Wash
ington 2. Howell, Uuolow; fatten,
Standing of the Clubs.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Chicago 33 a .7fti5
Now York .: 2S in .r,s:i
Philadelphia 25 15 .62f.
Plttshiirg 21 17 .3D3
Cincinnati IG 25 .:;i)0
Boston 10 26 .Ml
Brooklyn 1!J 27 .325
St. Louis 12 32 .272
Following Is tho scoro of tho only
game played Friday:
At Pittsburg Boston 4, Pittsburg C.
Young, Needham; Leover, Phllllpl,
A Ruling on the Willis Law.
Columbus, 0 Juno 8. Attorney
General GUIs In au opinion given to
Secretary of State Thompson holds
that Ohio corporations must pay tho
WUHs law tax of one-tenth of 1 per
cent, on the amount of capital stock
subscribed, regardless of tho amount
Woman Burned to Death.
Bowling Green, O., .luno 8. Fire
from her pipe which sho was smoking,
not firo to tliti clothes' of Mrs. Lydla
Smith and burned her so badly th.it
sho died Friday at tho homo of lior
brother, Isaac Sutton, near Dun
hrldgo, this county. Sho was 70 yeats
A necessity in ovory houso
hold during tho summer if
milk, buttor and meat arc to
bo kept puro and swcot, be
sides being a means of ob
taining pure, cold drinking
water if so desired. Almost
invariably tho first rcauisito
ordered by tho dodtor in
caacfl of sickness.
Place your order now anil
get tho full benefit of tlio
season. Phone 112. '
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Tribute to Baseball by
Supreme Justice Harlan
Well-Known Jurist, 74 Years Old,
Plays In Game and Wins by
Making a Home Run.
In a recent baseball coiileul In
Washington between two lnral teams
the scoro was tied In the last half or
the ninth Inning With two stilkcs and
three bails on him. Harlan hit one
over tile renter Holder's heail. and bo
foro Iho hall could bn i eturned to the
plato he had made a home run. Tills
would liavo been nn exploit woitli
whllo for any player, but It attains to
tho innrvelous w)ieu it becomes known
that tho iiarlan who niailo this win
ning dilve is a man 71 ears old, no
less u peison than .Itistlco Ilnrlnu, of
the Pulled States supieme court.
Il.ii'lnn, like Senator Got man, Judge
Mcl'herson and former Gov. P.ittlbon,
of IVnnsjlvmiln. wns n ball plaer In
tlie earl) das or Hie national gaino,
nnd no absorption in statecraft and
legnl loie has sufllccd to take his mind
compleuilv off his fnvorlto sport.
Hence, when, at tho annual shnd-bake
of I lie Washington liar association, ill
uas iuoiiokciI to have a baseball
gamo. Justice Iiarlan was one of tlie
llrst to volunteer as a nlajor. In mak
ing Ills home run. Haihui liad to run
evety Inrit iSf tin way. Ills was not
the expeilniice of tho hitter wlm
knocks u ball over the fence and bus
only to Jog around the liases "to goL tho
eiedlt for it. Ills lilt wns within tho
gioiiud, and to ruaku tho circuit be
fore It got to tho plate he had to go.
Thnt lie was able to do so shown that
there. Ih plenty of agility in tlio vet
The average citizen, remembering
the old axiom abuiil a sound mind In
a sound boil, will he ready to liavo
more faith in the mental workings of a
man who has kept his body young,
despite the passing of time. Far from
detracting Horn tho dignity of tlio dis
tinguished Incumbent or the supremo
court sent, the ability of Harlan as a
hitter will add to II. That homo run
Is a human touch, n specimen of Amer
icanism that will go far townrd pnpii-
lailr.lng tho venerablo Judge. How
Theodore Roosevelt, who Instinctively
sbenis to know how to do tho thing
that pleases tho people, raino to over
look tho diamond and Its opportuni
ties Is a mysteiy.
NATIONAL LEAGUE NEWS
The Cincinnati club lias turned
Pltchor III II lOasick back to tho Port
The Cincinnati club Is ropoitcd as
negotiating with St. Louis for Pitcher
President Dovoy hnH scouts out on
tho trail for two good catchors. That's
u senreo nrtlclo.
Hlg Dan Iltoiithors thinks that tho
Now York Giants hnvo thq best staff
of iiltcbors lii tho country.
Burke, tho otitlleldor that McGraw
turned over to Boston, Ih making a
ve-y favorable Impinsslou.
Up to May IB Christy Mnthownoii
had won IGfj victories In tlio National
lcagilo and had mot defeat 83 times.
It Is stated (lint McGraw has given
tip his bllllnrd room at Iliondwny and
Foity-second stroet, Now York city.
Brooklyn has released Pltchor Me
Lano, formerly with Fordham, to
Wilmington, tho tall ondor of tho Trl
Lobnrt is without doubt one of (ho
greatest finds of the last two years,
and reminds one veiy much of our
old friend Herman lying.
Manager Hanloii, of Cincinnati,
states most emphatically that ho Is
not thinking of cither trading Mike
aiowtey or rdturuinj- him tbjbc Ettit
urn league,. w nouco no camof
Cantillon's Career as
an Indicator Wielder
Two Stories About the Umpiring Days
of the Washington Club'o New
Manager lijole. of Clovelnml. ban a
fund of stories about Joe Cantillon's
career as nn umpite. Hero are a cou
ple:" "Philadelphia was playing Wash
ington ono day and Win Mercer was
pitching for tlio Senators. Wo scored
about eight runs In the first four In
nings, when C'antlllon, who was um
piring, happened to givo Washington
the. wprst of a close decision at sec
ond base. As Cnntlllnn ennio back to
the pitcher's box Mercer piotosled the
decision. "I suppose, Joe. you gave it
as you saw II, but to see tho piny
piopeily you wore In (ho wrong posi
tion." 'Judging from tlio looks of tho
scoro board, Win, you have been in
tho wrong position over slnco the
gamo starteM," retorted Joe. Another
day .loo put Harry Davte out of tho
gamo and Davis at onqo slammed his
glove to the bench and started to fol
low it. 'Como back here, yelled Can
llllon. 'Get your glovo and go back to
llrst babe. You are too blamed will-
Ing to quit."
".loo during his last year ns au um
pire entertained u grudgo ngainst Low
Crlgor. Wo were playing at Boston
one day, and with Joe umpiring. It
was ngieed that In enso of a line drive
going along the foul linn the catcher
then working should call whether it
went foul or fair. Inasmuch as tho
umpire when standing behind tlio
pltchor could not liavo a good view.
Well, the gamo went along to tho sev
enth Inning. Full, led oh with a sin
gle and Dick Cooloy followed with a
tluce-bagger along the right foul line.
Full, scoied. and as Cooloy pulled up
at third f'riger yelled, 'Foul.'
"Well, that settled It, we failed to
score, and Boston won in tho four
teenth Inning. But that night tho Bos
ton right fielder and Nig Cuppy told
Cnntlllon thnt the ball was hit a foot !
and a hair fair. Ho never could for
glvo Cilgor. and I'll hot that Crlgor
nover drow anything but strikes when
ho was at bat .and Cnntlllon was um
piring. Ono day Crlgor mndo an aw
ful kick about a strike that Cantlllon
called on him. but all the satisfaction
ho recolved was Oils shot: 'It was a
foul ball, was It?'
" 'Won't you over forgot that?' ask
"'Not In 1,000 years,' replied Cnn
tlllon." MINOR LEAGUE DOINGS
Willi more Ihih rohlguod nn
till linn ir linn iunifiii;it uo
of tho Wisconsin baseball
team to play professional ball with tho
Madison Slato leaguo team.
Tho Illoomlngton mnnagomont Is
trying to strengthen nnd has seemed
a now oiitilnldor by tho nilmo of Don
avan. Donavnn wiih rorniorly with
Kvnmivlllo and is said to bo a good
Grovor Lowdermllk, a young collego
mnn, six fool four Inches tall, and a
pltchor, him been blgned by Manager
Hood, of Decatur.
Hoxy Wiiltors Is not a shining light
us a managor. Ills team at Gtcen Hay
Is at the bottom of tho heap in tho
Tho AVaterbury club, of tho Con
necticut loaguo, has released infiuldor
Charles McUmoo and otitfleldpr Cur-
Outfielder Jlmtny Hail, of tho MlU
ueapolls club, has been signed as man
ager of tho Sioux City (Western
Iqn'guo) club. ,r
The .Clovoland club lo reported, nl
having secured lo a contl-nct tint jihj
h4tilro of Dssehoh, tho atar;trifchoniO
.Cdrnell college , s jr'f ,
TIPS TO PLAYERS
TO SUCCEED EVERY MAN ON DIA
MOND MUST ORIGINATE HI8
SCIENCE AIDS IN BASEBALL
Shortstop of the New York American
League Team Tells Aspirants How
to Rise In the Game Slfjnala Not
as important as Outguessing the
Batter Keep In Mind All Plays
That Are Likely to Take Place.
Speaking of tho shortstop's position,
iNormnn iMDcrreiu, shortstop or tho
ituw lorit iimencan league tcam.snm
tho other day: "No two men In base
ball have tho same Ideas about play
ing shortstop, Just as physicians, law
yers, nnd other professional men have
their own way of going about thoir
business, but all working to ncccom
pllsh tho samo general purpose. In
baseball there aro so many different
ends at almost all stuges of tho gamo
that it is hard to keep any formulnted
plnn, but tboro must bo one" Just tho
same, nnd ono that Is understood by
tho men playing with you. A great
many shortstops rely almost entirely
on signals for their work with tho In
Held. Frankly, fmust confess thnt I
"JImmlo Williams, who plays sec
ond baso with our club, Is a flno fellow
to work with and mighty quick to
calch on to any change that Is go
ing to take place. Sometimes when
I think It might bo a good Idea to
shift our positions I will cnll to .Ilin
mlo. If ho does uot answer mo I don't
move, but remain right thero nnd
await developments. Geneially that
Is the proper thing to do and works
out all right. Know the movements
of tho pitchers on your team. Watch
thorn all the tlmo and keep an eyo on
the kind of ball they nre nunnt to
pitch. At tlio samo time watch tho
"If our pltchor Is going to send a
curvo ball over, got ready to go In tho
direction you think It Is going to take.
If tho batter Is left handed try to pro
pare yourseir to ho up nnd on tho go
In the right direction when ho hits the
bull. Don't shift your position at any
tlmo uuuecessailly. If jou move
about hnvo a reason for It and know
what you aro about all tho time. Try
to read what's In tho mind or tho bat
ter nnd tho runners if there aro any
on liases. Try to pl out all tho tlmo
plnj-3 that aro posslblo under Iho ex
isting elicumstances. If you can do
this It will bo or groat value to you
beeausc,.voii me then prepared for ac
tion when a quick "run or a quick
tlnow Is needed to help win a game.
If there Is a ruuner on baso I never
shift my position unless the catcher
tins tho ball' In hlo hands.
"This will preont many stolen
bases If adhered to at nil limes. Nover
move out or our placo whllo tho
pitcher has the ball or as he delhers
It. ir you do some time you will lie
caught oft' your stride and miss oppor
tunity to do a good pleco of work. I
do uot bcllove much in u shoitstop go
ing alter lly balls because If ho has
to turn and run ho is not In a posi
tion to throw nrter he gets It. Tho
outneldcre should como In foi balls
of that. kind. The nro In a natural
position to, get them nnd can throw
without having lo turn.
"A shortstop has enough to do with
out going after tiles, and If ho will at
tend to the other things that come
before him, w be kept busy. Some
players t not hellevo thorn lu such
a thing as scientific ball, They pin
their faith entirely on tho hit-and-run
Idea, and do not take any" stock In
baseball played in a uclentlflc man
ner. "If your man gets a cbanco and
starts to second, hit tho ball, swing
jour oai. reacn out your anus; In
short, help that man to land safely
whoro ho has started, Wover mind
yourself, but lenicmbor that thore
Is a man nhcad ol ynu and help him
get around the bags and over tlio
homo plate, Thnt means a run for
your club that you arc a part of."
AMERICAN LEAGUE NOTES
According to reports tho now urn
plro, Stafford, has mndo good,
I'ltcbor Hargcr, lato ot tho High
landers, has Joined tho Montreal
Clovoland has tho worst
lu tho Auioilcnn league n
Tho Hoslon club has transferred
Southpaw Pitcher Kroh to tho Haiti,
Hill Hrndloy rcohib lo bo oxporlonc
lug tho samo batting slump thnt ho
hnd a year ago.
Chicago has turned InfleldPr La
Jouue ovor lo tho Mllwalkeo club, of
tho, American association.
OlQvelnnd wrltois nro. beginning to
firltlfjeo (Jporgp fHovall's way of
reaching for badly pitched halls.
Tho splotidtd showing by Detroit
In tho raco this season has mndo
Hughoy .runnings a popular Idol In
', t's reported that Prank Dolohanty
Is weakening on his determination p
milt baseball and gu liitp tho doctor
ing business, t
Flick Is rapidly crowding to tho
front ns the, league's bopt hitter, 'e
is second to Danny ifpff.mn at the
Washington has" naked or walyors
nn Kltunn, Wnrhor. Illolimau and
UiriQy. The first threit weta fuiinur
tdyjs or.Dirtfott"., "V.
Veteran of the Diamond
. Still a Star Pitcher
Remarkable' Career of the Ever-Youthful
"Cy" Young, Who Has 8een
Many Years Service.
"Cy" Young, tho Boston Amorlcan
loaguo twlrlcr, Is a never-ending sub
ject of praise. Now In his seventeenth
year as a major Icnguo pitcher, ho Is
apparently as good as over. In his
long cxporlenco "Cy" never has hnd a
percentage of victories lower than
.543. ThcBO were his figures In 1001.
In 1802 ho had a pcrcetnago of .783,
I and slnco then ho has thrco times
been nuove .700, and inrco times noovo
.C00. Next oldest In exporlenco among
American loaguo pltc.hors Is GrlflUh,
who started In 1894. As ho pitched
..nit iwn iramna thnt ennenn linwnvnf
, W...J ..u n..... . , -- - -,
young has really been In Iho harness
four years longer. Orth and Donnhue
started In ISOH, nnd Powoll, Tnnnoblll,
Sudhoff and Callahan In 1897. Flvo
other American loaguo pitchers hnvo
been lu major lcaguo sorvlco consecu
tively slnco 1808, nnd two slnco 1899.
making 15 pitchers who have sorved
curves to big league batters for four
or more years. "Jtube" Wnddell broke
Into tho big league In 1897, but bo has
been out and In twice Blnce, Of the
big IB, Jess Tannohlll, now with (ho,
Now York Americans, has tho bqst
percentago of victories, bpt bo has not
pitched half ns mnny games ns has
Young, who rnnkn second on tho rcc
Old, with 350 victories and 182 do
Teals, Chesbro, also with tho Now
Ypik Americans, nnd a four-year man,
Is third, whllo Grlfllth, manager ol tho
New York Amorlcans, is fourth. Grif
fith's team, therefore, has throo of tho
four most successful pitchers of recent
yenrs. Rernhnrd, of Clovclnnd, a four
year man, Is firth, ho being tho only
Napoleon among tho moro experienced
Baseball Terms Frequently Used
the Immortal Shakespeare.
Thoio doesn't seem to bo any doubt
that when tho Stratford-on-the-Avon
team went up against tho Queen ICIIz
nbqth West Slders, back In 1.590, Hil
ly Shakespeuro was tbo original Old
Man from Fnnvlllo. Just listen to hlin
The baso Is right. ("Taming of tho
What nu arm ho has! ("Corlo
lauiiB.") Now you htilko Jlko tho. blind
man. ("Much Ado.")
Out, I say! ("Macbeth.")
I will 'bo short. ("Hamlet.").
Ho knows the gamo. ("King Henry
Oh, hateful nrrorl ("Julius Cae
sar.") Thou canst not hit It! Hit It! lilt
It! ("Love's Labor Lost.")
I will go root, ("nicharil II,")
Ho will steal, sir. ("All's Woll That
Let tho world slldo. ("Taming of
1 have killed a fly. ("Titus Andion
Pardon mo If I speak like a captain,
("Tlmon of Athens.")
would glvo it thousand pounds If
I could nm us fast as thou canst.
("King Henry IV.")
Tho play, I romoinher, plcnscd not
tho million. ("Hamlet.")
They cannot sit nt oaso on tho old
bench. ("Itoincp rind .Itillot.")
Upon such sacrifices the gods them
selves throw Incenso. ('.'King Lear.")
Our (oiofathcus had no othor books
but tho scoro and tho tally. ("King
Whom right and wrong liavo chosen
ns umpire. ("Love's Labor Lost.")
Pitchers hnvo ears. ("Taming of
A hit! A very pn'publp hit! ("Ham
lot.") That ono error fills htm with faults.
("Two Gentlemen or Verona,")
They will steal anything! ("King
What sign Is It? ("Loyo's Lubor
Tho word Is "Pitch." ("King Henry
Highly boloved second. ("Comedy
"Wb a plato of raro dovlco, ("Cym
bollrie.") I would not glvo my part In this
sport for n peimlon of thousands.
Young Mathewson Released.
Hituk Mrtthownon has boon rolcasod
by.'tho N'ew Yoik (jlnis to wUmliifj
LQn. Mclraw has bpcu irylng to
niaHp a star twlrlor dut of Pie yqung
brother ot tho fatuous Christy for
dvWn yonr. with llttto nuecnw, Yoiitut
llalliewson bas plenty of speed atd
eiir'but he-lacks tho cautrpl.-
1 . A
a mother should bo a source of joy to all, but tho Buffering and
danger incident to tlicordcal makes Us anticipation ono of misery.'
Mother' Friend is the only remedy which relieves women of the great
pain and danger of maternity ; this hour which is dreaded as woman's
severest trial is not only made painless, but all tho danger Is avoided
by its use. Those who use tins rcmqdy are no longer despondent or
gloomy; nervousness, nausea and other distressing conditions aro
overcome, tlio system is made ready for tho coming event, and tb
BcriuuB uccuicius su tuiiiiuuu I.) uic critical
hour are obviated by tlio !.o of Mother's
Friend. "It is worth its weight in gold,"
cays many who liavo used it. .$i.oo per
bottlo at drujr stores. Book containinp-
valuablo information of interest to all
bo sent to any address frco Upon
BRADFIELD REGULATOR GO.,
TALK A8 MUCH AS EVER.
Man Thinks 'Phone Has Improved Con
"A .count in the Indictment against
this buslncssllko ago," said tho doctor
"lshat tho art of conversation is
dying out. I wish respectfully to sub-
'mit that ono of our modern Institutions
offect,ually provents any such catne-
tropbo, If catnstropho It bo. 1 rofcr to
, tlio tolophono and Its use. I have
learned by cxporlenco that peoplo not
only say a good many disagreeable
things, ovor tho tolophono that they
wouldn't say If they were fficn lo face
witji you, but also that tho tolophono
gives a niln to ordinary convcisallonnl
powers qulto nmazlng In Its results.
Tho detailed statement qf symjitomn
ovcrfctho tolophono Is something with
which every physician Ih familiar, nnd
thqro are patients of a certain mental
makeup very apt to diverge easily into
general remarks which, howovcr vnlu-
able In themselves aro Blngularly do
vold ot professional IntorcsL I sluid
dor to think what such persons hnvo
to offer In tho way of talk when thoy
go to tho tolophono for purely social
purposes. Judging from tlio dtulculty
I hnvo frequently in getting tho wire,
I should mtrnilso that wo llvo in n net
work of boclety tolophono calls all
well enough In their way, but not sup
porting tho hypothesis thnt as a peo
ple wo nro suffering from dumbness."
DIDN'T SEND THE SEATS.
Actor Not so Gallant as the Pair Ones
A well-known Ameilcan actor, who
Is old enough not to consider himself
a mallneo idol by any means, was
somewhat surprised and .pleased In a
St, Uiiils hotel a short tlmo tigo, when
a pretty girl stepped htm lu Iho coirl
dor nnd presented1 him with a roso,
without saving a word. Ho was moro
surprised nnd less pleased to 'iccelvo
a note tho following day reminding
li I in of the Incident, nnd asking him to
si'iid tho giver or tho flower two scats
nt tho theater In which ho wns play
ing "ns a memento or the occasion." '
"My dear young lady." tho actor ro
piled, waxing snrcastlc as ho realised
what had been tho object or tho atten
tion ho had been paid, "I would 10 '
xlad tp send you tho seats you ask
tor, but, on copsultatUm with tho man
agor of tho thcator, I huvo boon in
foiined that tho scats nro al) fastened
down, nnd that lie Is opiKiscd to hav
ing thorn sent away ns souvenirs lu
any event, ho that you will have to bo
contented with an autograph for a
souvenir or your boncvolenco or yos
tordny' Instead," Montron) Herald.
Mall Delivered at Churches.
"That M.'eins u tiemendoun big
bunch of mall, to be dellvntcd nt a
church,'1 roinaiked uu early caller to
"A good d?nl of It bolongn to tho
pailshionern," bo explained, " do not
mean to tho regular worshipers, hut
to persons who diop In for an occa
sional service. They aro mostly com
parntlvo strangors In town. When
leaving homo thoy hnvo no Idea what
thoy will do or wboio thoy will bo
located, so lp oidor to rollovo tho unx.
loty of their rrlonds thoy glyo In
structions. to send their mall to somn
church of which llioy have heard.
The moio fact that tlio wandoioru
huvo to cnll at such a placo onco or
twlco a wcok ror lotiois Is considered
it guaranty of thoir safety. TJio
paslniH welcome such nn urrauge
ment. it may ho an additional re
sponsibility lo lako caro of the loiters,
but it keeps them in touch with many
strangers who othorwlso probably
w.ould not go near a chinch," N. Y.
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sir," said tho waiter. "I can offoY,
ou somo vcty nice deviled eggs," '
"Umph! I presume If you wcro
out or mock turtle soup you'd suggest
somo very nlco mock oranges?" ro
tortod tho diner, !
"Yes, sir." nnswored tho waiter,
calmly "At least I would Btiggost
thnt you glvo them a njock trial."-37
Harpor'a Weekly. -r
Onlr tlipn tthi
h.ATO bad pllfttf
can reitUzo thr
from tho ltchlof,
and burning, or.
I ui ii K I ii v viiy,
OR HEMORRHOIDS Va
I MMI U A
Micro tii n eafcr, surer, 1cm qxpontlve una left
risky monn of cur.ng pltos and that If by th
uao of tbo colobrMod
Dr. A. W. Chase's Ointment
which brlBfffl relief nlmoH Inntnntir nd offoot
.borough euro. Till Krrnt ulnlraont I nolct
under n positive (runrnntcn to proro a eatlafniv
tory treulmont for itch'ntr. bleeding nnd pro
trading piles or tho monv' will bo rotundod.
W cents n box, nil dcalcre-or Dr. A. W. Ctvu
. cillclno Co., Duffalo. N. Y.
For sale in Marlon, Ohio, by Flock
PILES! PILESI PILESI
Williams' Indian I'ilo Ointment
will cuic .Blind Bleeding and Itch
ing Piles. It absorbs tho tumors,
allays itching at once, acts as a
poullico, gives instant wlioL'. 'WU
limns' Indian Pile Ointment is
prepared for Piles nnd itching of
UIU irilVllll) ii;m. oum ny uiuj,-
cists, mail G0o and .$1 00. "Williams
M'f'g. Co., Props., Clovcland, O.
For mi!o by Vsoliaucu Bros.
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS.
Ilavn you neglected your kid
ueysV Hnvo you overworked your
nervous . system nnd caitsod troublo
with your kidneys and blatldor?
liavo you pains in loins, side, back,
groins nnd bladder? liavo you a
flabby appearance of the faco.
especially iiiulor tlio oycsT Too
I'iciuiciiI a dobiro to pass urine? li
so, Williams Kidnoy Pills will
ctvro you nt Druggist Price GOc.
Williams' MT'g. Co.. Props.,
For saJo by Tjsoliancn Bros.
IR FRENCH FEMALE
A S.ri, Ciht.iw Rilii for Bvtfmmid Vihitwatioh.
N(V(R KNOWN TO FAIl. Sittl Sort! 8f-al BttU.
iKtion uutrtnicea or modi
mej RrNnded. SBb yrepilil
vtira rtlloTcd. Hlinntri rrcr, iryourdnifflibdoM
n lIlA'i V "9 pam li
bt Ibctn icdo. jour orilcri lo tbo
UNITED MEDICAL CO., fT4, L.NCtTC. PA.
OSotd la Marlon by D. T. Mafoney fr Son
Atioiit lh wonderfa.
MARVEL Wlilrlinn Spraj
Tlis new Tiiloil H.rloit. jnlift
itvnana 8ttwon neii u
Ml- moii uonrenioai
lii joor rtlilf.r II.
It he rniiin tupiilT lh
RtAIIVKl.. Korout no
nlhf r, but Mild unnb for .
lilmirAicu ixwt-MtKo. iinirti
full nartleul&ri ftnd illrprttotil In-
Tlub)loltlli. NAIIVWI. CO,,
K. Ulta Dr., NKt lullH,
Dr , LaFrmnco's
'Jafc, Quick, Reliable Regulatoi
SiiimrKirtontlirr rrnnnllti inM athlgliprloM.
JO -MUM l ouiyil
crlomtr Itv t ll
, r -? rt
Uio lll lot unnlorl
I 1. 1 liarc'i.liifl'nimAlioni,
trnlull'ino or ulM'ttJoni
ill iiiueuuK nieuibrADOO.
-.rota r.altil.n 1'iiliit.u. ami r,uc aitrln.
.hlfVmtHUllM'Ul. x m or rol.nnooJ.
, I'NSilMTl.BCJVjil tl liy nriiKl-ll,
ivi, , T " "il in Plln WMPpor,
irtJ ..2 ' pr, prplil, for
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- I.r nt uu rfeiuoit.
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Fr lo You and Every SUUr Suf'arlitfl
From Womiu'i Allmntf.
I am a woman. 9) "
I Itooir woman's sufferlnirs.
I bavo louml the euro.
I will mall, tree of any chnrtre, mv lioniB rf
merit with full Instructions to mr aufferorfroBi
women's alltncots. I want to tell all wotuon about
this euro you, my reader, for yourself, rpur
daughter, your mother, or your slator. I rwni,to
tell you how to euro youraelves at homo without
tlio help ota doctor. Mon ctnnpt undoratand worn
en' sufTorlona. What wo vruiica- Hnow from ex
perlcncc,woknnwticltcrthan.any.dnctor I tuvoW
thnt mv homo treatment Un euro, foil sura curn for
rueucorrhneoor WhltUh dlc)i,rBM ,tJlcertlon,0:il
placement or I'alllnjr ot tho Womb, rotue, Scanty
or I'alnlul I'erloda, Dterlno or Ovarian Tutnora o
baarln j down fetllnza, nervouaneas, crecplns fetf.
Ins up tho eplne, melancholy, deilre tp cry, hdt
llaahef, wearlneaa, kidney and bladder troubitl
nhtro caused by weaknewea peculiar to our .
I want to send YOU a comnleta ten dava trpatmeM
llty who know and will elodir
um Oairk&lecd W
nt rttallirtirtfJnll ivornun'u (llseaatia. nnil innira uiutA
(ho your autdraaa, and tbo froo ton days' treataiesvk
wav tint, utui ttila nrfiir utmln. AddrAiu
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