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Bad backs Are found
in every household.
A bad back Is a back
that's lame, weak or
aching'. Most back-
ache pains come
from kidney de
should be promptly
Reach the cause of
backache by reliev
ing the kidneys and
curing their ills.
Doan'g Kidney Tills
are for the kidneys
onlv and cure the
dangers of urinary and bladder dis
orders, from common inflaramatiou,
to Dropsy, Diabetes. Bright' disease.
CASE NO. 40,321. Mr. V. II. Ham
mer, well-known builder, residing at
125 N. Ilinde Street, Washington C. II..
Ohio, says: "I am glad to endorse a
remedy which possesses such inestim
ableralue as Doan's Kidney Tills. They
cured me of inflammation of the blad
der which had caused roe much an
noyance and anxietj- because of the
frequency and severity of the at
tacks. I have advised others to take
Doan's Kidney Tills and I know they
will not be disappointed in the re
sults." A FREE TRIAL of this great kid
ney medicine, which cured Mr. Ham
mer, will be mailed on application to
any part of the United Slates. Ad
dress Foster-Milbtirn Co., Buffalo, X.
Y. For eale hy all druggists, price
50 cents per box.
Greatest, Cheapest Food
on Earth for Sheep, Swine,
- Cattle, etc.
Will bo tronk tlOO ts you to ml what
Stlzer'a catalog bti about rape.
BiHlon Dollar Grass
irlll positively make too rich; 13 loaf
i tttztJ of hT nd low of pasturo per cr.
also bromai, Faont, Rpltz, Maearoni
vdci; irtria, not aaiis, 63 bus. pr
acre. 20th Century Ostf S-V but. per
era and Teoctnte. Yield 100 tans
Green Fodder per acre.
Forthls Notice and 10c.
"we mall bi j catalog m.nl 10 Farm fieed
It'oTcUles. fully worth $10 to g--la it art.
"Being a theatrical manager come? nat
ural to him." "Yew; he was born with
cast in his eye." Philadelphia Bulletin.
Seeking a. Sevr Home?
Why not try the .great Southwest? Low
colonist rate on the hm and third Tues
days of each mouth. Ask lor particulars
find literature. Address James Barker,
Gen'l Pass. Agent, M. K. & T. Ky., 203
VYamwright Bidg., St. Louis.
One of the essentials of the happy homes of to-day is a fund of
information as to right living and the best methods of promoting
health and happiness. With proper knowledge, each hour of
recreation, of enjoyment and of effort may be made to contribute
to that end and are of not less value than the using of the most
wholesome foods and the selecting of the best medicinal agents
when needed. With the well-informed, medicinal agents are used
only when nature needs assistance and while the importance of
cleansing the system effectually, when bilious or constipated, has
long been known, yet until within recent years it was necessary
to resort to oils, salts, extracts of roots, barks and other cathartics
which were found to be objectionable and to call for constantly
Then physicians having learned that the most excellent laxative
and carminative principles were to be found in certain plants,
principally in the leaves, the California Fig Syrup Co. discovered
a method of obtaining such principles in their purest condition and
of presenting them with pleasant and refreshing liquids in the form
most acceptable to the system and the remedy became known as
Syrup of Figs as figs were used, with the plants, in making it,
because of their agreeable taste.
This excellent remedy is now rapidly coming into universal use as the
best of family laxatives, because it is simple and wholesome and cleanses
and sweetens the system effectually without disturbing the natural
functions and without unpleasant after effects and its use may be discon
tinued when it is no longer required.
All who would enjoy good health and its blessings should remember
that it ia the one remedy which physicians and parents well-informed
approve and recommend and use and which they and their little ones
alike enjoy, because of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all reliable druggists, at the regular price
of fifty cents per bottle, in original packages only, having the name of
the remedy Syrup of Figs and the full name of the Company
California Fig Syrup Co. printed on the front of every package.
r -miiTr i V-mT--m"--' 1 " " 'UJ'IW"'"
New mvai Leader
IF you are looking for
munition, the kind that shoots where you
point your gun, buy Winchester Factory
Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival," Joaded with
Black-powder; "Leader" and "Repeater," loaded
with Smokeless. Insist upon having Winchester
Factory Loaded Shells,
CkC UO to the fire
u one rub1 your LAME BACK with
Mexican Mustang Liniment
' You'll sleep like a top and have a good,
sound back free
HE STOPPED THE BELL.
And Gate the Show a Chance, There
(ore Waa Eatitled to Free
The requests for theater favors in the
mall town are very troublesome. Eery
person of local standing feel that he has
a right to admission at least, while the trus
tees and the constable feel that they are
entitled to private boxes. Some ot the
request are decidedly unique, cays the
Chioago Inter-Ocean. .
Recently a company played a small
southern city. The manager was taking
the tickets at the door of the theater, and
the natives were struggling to get in. "Sud
denly," he tells, "a long, thin, bushy-chinned
individual divided the folding doors
with his shoulder and whispered confi
dectiallyt i stop the bell.' 1 asked him
to repeat. '1 stop the bell,' he said again
in a hoarse whisper. Y'ou will have to
see the opera house manager and tell him
what you stop,' 1 said, reaching for tickets.
He tripped up several ladies while back
ing out. Soon the manager of the house
enme in. saying: 'He's all light, "tie stop
the hell.' 1 allowed him to go in, and
after the people were seated 1 asked the
local man what he meant bv 'He stops the
bell.' 'Well,' said he, 'this man is the
janitor of the town hall, right opposite,
and on "show nights" he does not ring nine
or ten on the "town clock. You see,' he
said, 'it would disturb the performance,'
and so the poor people do not know what
ti:ne it is until 11 o'clock, when the opera
ho;ise i open. If I had "turned him down"
he would have rung out nine and ten every
half hour to get even.' "
The K. C S. Almanac for 103.
The Kansas City Southern Railway's
Almanac for 1903 is now ready lor distribu
tion. Farmers, stock-raiters, fruit-growers,
truck-gardeners, manufacturers, mer
chants and others seeking a new rield of
action or a new home at the very lowest
prices', can obtain reliable information con
cerning southwestern Missouri, the Cher
okee aud Choctaw Nations in the Indian
Territory, western Arkansas, eastern Texas,
northwestern Louisiana and the Coat coun
try, and of the business opportunities of
fered therein. Write for a copy of the
K. C S Almanac and address, S. G. War
ner, u. if. A., Iv. C. Js. Kailway, ivansas
lee Cream Bad for Gainesi Pitt.
A Baltimore woman has discovered that
ice cream is full of streptococcus lanceolat-
u-c.-, nuii'n uie sure cieain to guinea pigs.
Humane people will thereore be careful in
future to keep their guinea pigs awav from
ihe ice cream. Chicago IJecord-Herald.
Bat hi u the Baby.
Young mothers naturally feel anxious
about the baby's bath. It is best to begin
at six weeks to put the little one in the
water, first folding a soft towel in the bot
tom of the basin. Use only Ivory Soap,
as many of the highly colored and per
fumed soaps are very injurious to the ten
der skin of an infant.
ELEANOR R. PARKER.
"Queer people thi." said the rural editor.
"In what way?" "Well, I merely adrisrd
them to give the new mayor plenty of rope,
and bless my soul they lynched him!"
A fool and his money are soon married
Sara Francisco, CaX.
reliable shotgun am
and accept no others.
to-night and have some
from pain in the morning. I
How an abscess in the Fallo
pian Tubes of Mrs. Hoi linger
was removed without a surgical
"I had an abscess in my side in
the fallopian tube (the fallopian
j , ii
luoe 13 a connection oi tee ovaries;.
I suffered untold misery and was
so weak I could scarcely get around,
The sharp burning pains low down
i a i 1 n r - i
m my siae were remote, my pnysi-
cian said there was no help for me
unless I would go to the hospita
and be operated on. I thought
before that I would try L.ydia E.
rinkhani's "Veg-etablo Compound
which, f ortunately, I did, and it has
made me a stout, healthy woman.
My advice to all women who suffer
with any kind of female trouble is
to commence taking Tytlia E.
Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound
at once." Mrs. Ira 8. IIollixger,
StilvideO, Ohio. $5000 forfeit if original of
above letter proolng genuineness cannot be produced.
It would seem by this state
ment that women would save
time and much sickness if they
would, get .Liyaia ij. i'lnknam s
"Vegetable Compound at once,
and also write to Mrs. Pinkham
at Lynn. Mass., for special ad
vice. It is free and always helps.
No other person can give such
helpful advice as Mrs. Pinkham
to women who are sick.
Sillicus "Everyone savs he is a eeniu
Cynicus "Then 1 guess he might be. It
takes genius to convince other people that
you are one. I'hiladelptna Kecord.
The magnetic needle points to the nole,
but, unfortunately, it is unable to point out
a comfortable route. I 'tick.
"What is it that makes men great, papa r"
"Persistent advertising, my ton." Cleve
land Plain Dealer.
A life withotit principles and principle!
ithout life are two evils to be avoided.
L nited Presbyterian.
New York. N. Y.
All the Req n 1 reuie -.: .
The Youth Sir, I tame to a?k your con
to rav marriage with your daughter.
The Old Man Is your Income sufiicient
to support a wife?
"It is; and in addition to that it is suffi
cient to enable me to tand an occasional
toiifh from my wife's father."
'ay no mote, young man. She's vouta.
Bless you, my son!" Stray Stories.
Keeplncr luaanltjr at Flay.
Old Gentleman So you think rcv daugh
ter love you. and vou vi.h to n nrry berv
Uudieifih That's what I ealied to see vou
about. Is there any insanity in your, fam-
th,?rs not going to bt
ny. Medical Record.
Xevtr Cure for Lame JlacU.
Rutiedge, Minn... Feb. 10th. Mr. E. C.
Getcheil of tnis place relates a happv ex
perience which will be read with interest
by all those who have a similar trouble.
It appears that last winter Mr. Getcheil
was seized with a lameness and soreness
in his back which grew worse and worse
till at la?t it became very bad and made
it very difficult for him to get about at
After a time lie heard of a r.ew remedy
for backache whicii some of his friends
and neighbors said had cured them and
he determined, to trv it:-. The name of
the remedy i Dodd'i Kidnev Piils and
Mr. Geicbeil has proven that, it is a sure
cure. He says:
"I ued two boxes of Dodd's Kidnev
Puis acrordincr to directions and my lame
back was-entirely cured and I am all O K
again. Dodd's Kidney Tills are a trood
This remedy is very popular here and
has worked some remarkable cures of
Backache auJ Kidney Trouble.
DOINGS IN CONGRESS.
Bllla, Iteaolottona and Message Before th
Senate and Home and Hoir Tbey
Ark Dlnpoaed or.
In the senate on the Sth Senator Car-
mack (Tenn.) spoke on the Rawlins reso
lution calling: upon the secretary of wa
for reports from certain courts-martial
He charged that murders in the Philip
pines by American soldiers had become
so common that they would not bear the
Investigation and that this answer was
entirely satisfactory "to our noble, gea
erous and humane secretary of war,
He also criticised the president for "never
having heard of the Capt. Brownell case.
after havinaj announced his intention of
probing crimes in the Philippines." Sen
ator Kcan (N. J.) Broke on the setate-
hood bill for a short time, when he
yielded to Aarlous senators who indulged
in debate over the question of the inter
ference of the Mormon church in politics
Senator Harris (Kan.) introduced a bill
authorizing the free importation of thor-
ougnbred live stock for breeding pur
poses The house spent practically the
entire day upon two District of Columbia
bills, one to authorize the government to
advance Sij.nco.OOO to the district and the
other the conference report on the union
station hill. The former was defeated
and the lattc-r sent back to conference,
Sir. Aplin alien.) introduced a bill grant
ing a pension of $12 a month to all sol
diers and sailors who served at least one
year in th? civil war. A bill introduced
by Mr. Marshall (X. D. permits thi free
transmission through the mails of pen
sion papers mailed by pensioners to pen
The statehood bill again came up in the
senate on the 10th and Senator Morgan
(Ala.) sroko on it for some time. In the
course of his remarks he referred to bills
regard5ng trusts, which he said have been
kept back amf will he kept back until
it is too late for discussion regarding
them. Th? time of the senate was be
lng wasted on account of what he termed
"a peaceful political blockade-' on the
statehood bill, when more important
measures were awaiting action. The con
ference reoort on the general staff bill
was agreed to. A number of other bills
were passed. Senator Burton (Kan.) in
troduced a bill providing that $12 shall
be the minimum pension allowed. Sena
tor Mason (111.) also introduced one to
pay a bounty of $15rt to all soldiers of
two-year regiments who enlisted prior to
July 22, lsU The house adopted the con
ference report on the department of corn
merce bill by a vote of 251 to 10. The re
mainuer of the day Was devoted to the
sundry civil appropriation bill. Mr. Can
ron (l!l., chairman of the appriprlations
committee, gave notice that at the proper
time he would have two amendments, one
to provide for the purchase of a site and
the erection of a three-story 400-room
office building for members, to be con
nected with the capitol by a subway and
to cost So.SCO.OOO. and the other, an ap
proprlation of $2,500,000, to carry out the
original plans for beautifying -md en
larging the main wing of the capitol.
Mr. DeArriond (Mo.) in a brief but cx
eeedinsly sarcastic speech relative to th
bill recently Introduced by Senator Hanna.
(O.) 1o pension the ex-slaves, prccipl
tated iuite an interesting debate. At the
end of it Mr. Cannon (111.) stated with
emphasis that in his judgment the bill
to pension ex-slaves could not be passed
Senator Hanna (().) on the 11th called up
in ihe senate the conference report on
the department of commerce bill and it
was agreed to without debate. Senator
Morgan (Ala.) almost immediately after
the opening of the session, resumed his
remarks on the statehood bill, but
branched off on the subject of the pro
posed treaty with Colombia. Senator De
pew (X. Y.) then spoke in opposition to
the statehood bill The house made fair
progress with the sundry civil appropria
lion bill, covering SB of the 150 pages of
the bill. The amendments of which Mr,
Cannon (111.) give notice on the l"th for
the completion of the cast front of the
capitol and the erection of an olf.ee build
ing for members were adopted, points of
order raised against them being over
come by the adoption ot a special rule
making them in order.
"With the exception of a few minutes
during which some routine business was
transacted the session of the senate on
the 12th was behind closed doors, the
Panama canal treaty, being considered
most of the time. Senator Frye (Me.)
introduced a bill providing fines of $1,000
for persons engaged in riots at sea. A
bill providing for postal chocks in place
of all bills of less than $5 was introduced
by. Senator Fc-nrose (Pa.) The house
made flow progress with the sundry civil
bill, covering only 27 pages and leaving
40 pages still to be disposed of. The de
lays were occasioned by a rather pro
tracted discussion of the item in the bill
for the maintenance of the white house
and considerable debate upon the item
appropriating $3.000.0.0 for the relief of
distress in the Philippines.
An immense crowd was attracted to the
senate on the 13th to hear the invocation
of Gen. William P.ooth, founder and com
mander-in-chief of the Salvation army.
When the statehood bill came up Sen-
or liepew (X. Y.) resumed his remarks.
ile attacked the Mormon church because.
1": said, he- believed its members still
iing to the practice of polyjjamy. Srn
:tor Rawlins (Utah) replied that if the
Mormons were not interfered with thy
would work out their own destiny I'n-
der the operation of a special orner whb n
cut off the opportunity to offer amend
ments the house by a vote of 211 to f
passed the llkin.s bill to prohibit rebates
to shipper;-. The six members who voted
against the bill were democrats. The
president .transmitted to the house a cop
of the treaty entered into between the
United States and Circa. Britain relative
to the Alaskan boundary line.
DELIGHTED THE INDIANS.
President Itoonevelt Had rrat Chief
In lllunkets an 11U (.nests at
the White Uninte.
Washing-ton, Feb. 13. A Ueleg-ation
of list iiigiiislieri Iiulinn chiefs headed
by Chief Joseph, of ihe Xez 1'erees,
called iij'.on the president Thursday.
The Jntlians, robed in gorg-eous
blankets, were introduced to the
president by Gen. Leonard Wood and
Col. II. L. Scott, both of whom cam
paigned against Chief Joseph in the
west. The president gave his callers
cordial reception. and delighted
them immensely by inviting them to
ittend the army and navy reception
at the white house as his guests.
They accepted the invitation. The In
dians are in Washington looking after
certain legislation pending- before)
congress in which they are interested.
Schooner and Crew of 1 4 Loot.
Gloucester, Mass., Feb. 13. The
Gloucester fishing- schooner, Annie
Wesley, which sailed from this port
on November 22 last for the Georges
banks, is believed to be lost with all
on board. The schooner carried a
crew of 14 men.
Dewey Cancel) Knearementr.
Washington, Feb. 1.1. Admiral Dew
ey has been confined to his home for
the past week with a j-evere cold and
cough, and by the advice of his phy
sician has becncompe)led to cancel
all his epgagements for the prebent-
NOVELTIES FOR THE HOME.
A wise and contented looking pig
f metal with a small receptacle set
i his back is supposed to hold
Odd in basketry is a work basket
in the shape of an automobile. It is
of green and white and is really a
perfect little model.
An ndtPIookingr pin was spied
among other odd novelties that is n
imitation of a latch key. It is not
beautiful, but it's odd and inexpen
A VENERABLE PASTOR,
CURED BY PE-RU-NA,
Pe-ru-na ?s a Catarrhal Tonic
EspeciallyAdapted to the De
clining Powers off Old Age, -
The Oldest Man in America Attributes
His Long Life and Good Health
Mr. Isaac Drock, of McLennan coun
ty, Texas, has attained the great age
of 114 years. lie is an ardent friend
Of 1'eruna and speaks of it in the fol
lowing terms. Mr. Urock says:
"After a man has lived in the world
as long as I have he ought to have
found out a great many things by ex
perience. I think I have done o.
"One of the things I have found out
to my entire satis
faction is the
proper remedy for
ailments due di
rectly to the ef
fects of the cli
mate. "For 114 years I
have withstood the
I RELY L'PON
changeable climate of the United
States. During my long life 1 have
known a great many remedies for
coughs, colds, catarrh and diarrhoea.
I had always supposed these affeetioua
to be different diseases. For the last
ten or fifteen years I have been read
ing Dr. Hartman's books and have
learned from them one thing in par
ticular: That these affections are the
same and that they are properly called
"As for Dr. Ilartman's remedy, Pe
runa, I liave found it to be the best,
if not the only reliable remedy for
these affections. It lias been my stand'
by for many years and I attribute my
good health and my extreme old age
to this remedy.
"It exactly meets all my require
ments. I have come to rely upon it al
most entirely for the many little
things for which I need medicine. I
believe it to be especially valuable to
old people, although I have no doubt
it is just as good for the young."
A New Man at 79.
Major Frank O'Mahcney, WesOSide,
Hannibal, Mo., writes:
"I am professionally a newspaper
correspondent, now 79 years old. I
have watched the growing power of
the IVrnna plant from its incipiency
in the little log cabin, through its
gradations of success up to its present
establishment in Columbus, Ohio, and
I conclude that merit brings, its full
"Up to a few years ago I felt no need
to test its medicinal potency, but late
ly when my system needed it, your
Pcruna relieved me of many catarrhal
troubles. Some two years ago I
weighed 210 pounds, but fell away
down to ICS pounds, and besides los
of flesh I was subject to stomach trou
bles, indigestion, loss of appetite, in
somnia, night sweats, and a foreboding
of getting nij' entire system out of or
der. During some months I gave Pe
runa a fair trial, and it rejuvenated
my whole system. I feel thankful
therefore, for although 79 years old
I feel like a young man." Major
I.rnaof in Optimism,
Smart ions Well, how are you?
Spartacus Poorly, poorly. Got an awful
cold in mv head.
"Well, well, that's comforting."
"What a joy it ought to be to you after
years of uncertainty on the subject to be
assured detinitely that you really have
something in your head." Baltimore
Piso's Cure cannot betoo highly spoken of
is a congh cure. J. W. O'Brien, 322 Third
Ave., X., Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 6, 1900.
Giving 'Km Stonrn.
A man lias been selling tarred stone for
coal to people of Connecticut. That nUory
about wooden nutmegs isn't be tt ue. Pnil
If j-ou want creamery prices do as the
creameries do, u.-e June Tint liutter Color.
Paint does not make a painter. Ram's
To Cnre n Cold in One Day.
Take Laxative Hromo t.hiinine Tablets. All
druggists refund money if it fail to cure. 25c.
Faith overcomes many failures. Ham's
The Public Awards the Palm to Hale's
Honey of llorehound and Tar for coughs.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute.
The blacksmith is a blow hard when his
fire is low. Farm Journal.
I How ?
Ey soothing and subduine
tfas pain, that's the wsy
Price, 25c. end 60c. S
OILED CLCTKiHS itv&
Mode n black or .yellow for t kmds
cf wttYrarfc. On Jt tnrfnY.&i.
Look for the 5rft th Fish.a.i4
the nunc TOWER cn the buttons.
Tt cuwur a.kM TsvsnT tta
In old age the mucous membranes
become thickened and partly lose their
This leads to partial loss of hearing,
smell and taste, as -well as digestive
Peruna corrects all this by its spe
cific operation on all the mucous mem
branes of the body.
One bottle will convince anyone.
Once used and Peruna becomes a life
long stand-by with old and young.
Mr. Samuel Saunders, of Blythedale,
Mo., writes: "My disease was catarrh
of the urethra and bladder. I got a
bottle of Pe-ru-na and began taking
it, and in a few days I was relieved and
could sleep and rest all night. I think
that Pe-ru-na is a valuable remedy. I
had tried other very highly recom
mended medicines, but they did! me not
good. My physician told me that I
could not expect to be cured of my
trouble, as I was gettiDg to be an old
years, but not so much affected but that I could noia convene
friends; but in June, 1901, my sense ot hearing left me sthat'f?uJfe
no sound whatever. 1 was also troubled with severe rA""'j
my limbs. I commenced taking Peruna and now my hearing jsst?d
good as it was prior to June, 1901. My rheumatic pains are el1 WfJ)""'
speak too highly of Peruna, and now when 88 years old can say ,t . has in
vigorated mP whole system. I cannot but think dear Doctor, that you must
feel very thankful to the all loving Father that you have beenfmlllno
to live, and by your skill be such a blessing as you have been to suffering
humanity." Rev. J. N. Parker.
Mrs. F. E. Little, Tolona, 111., writes:
I can recommend Peruna as a good
chronic catarrh of
the stomach and
bowels. I have
been troubled se
verely with it for
over a year, and
YEARS OF AGE.
also a cough. Xow my cough is all
gone, and all the distressing symptoms
of catarrh of the stomach and bowels
have disappeared. I will recommend
it to all as a rare remedy. I am so well
I am contemplating a trip to Yellow
Stone Park this coming season. How
is that for one 71 years old?"
mm YOU HAVE FAIKS I N YOUR BACK
IKE MAYFiSD KEOIQHS HFG.X
W. I . BounJaa makem and sella
mora man's Coorhrexr WmH Hand
Sorrad Process) shommthan anyothw
mmnuTactuper in tno woria.
will be paid to anyone who
can disprova this statement.
" Becauso W. L. Douglas
ia the largest manufacturer
he can buy cheaper and
produce his shoes at a
lower cost than other con
cerns, which enables him
to sell shoes for S3.30 and
$3.00 equal in every
way to those sold else-
W. L. Douglas S3..-.6 XSV&ilj
and SSshoesare worn by thousands of men who
have leen paying S4 and S5.not lielleving they
could get a tirst-class shoe for S3.60 or S3.00.
Ho has convinced them tha the style, fit,
and wear of his $3.50 and S3.00 shoes is just
as good. Give them atrial and save money.
A'otioc Iaereaic ri3M Sales: S,oa,lH3,l
ia liuinei tlftt! Sales: S3,034,40,4M
A gain of Sa,82,4&U.78 in Four Years.
W. 1. DOUGLAS 4.00 CILT EDCE LINE,
Worth S6.00 Compared with Other Makes.
The best imported and American leathers. Hey ft
Patent Calf. Enamel, Box Calf, Calf. Vict Kid, Corona
Colt, and National Kangaroo. Fast Color ieets.
Patrilnn The genuine have W. L. BOUOLAS
wUUtiwil name and pnci stamped on bottom.
Shan bv mail. StV. txlrn. Ins. Catalog frrr.
. La. UOIOLAS, IIROCKTCV. MASS-
FREE TO WOEV.ER3
To prove the healing and
rleansin? power of I'axtine
Toilet Antiseptic we will
mail a large trial pockape
with book of Instructions
abftolutely Tree. This is
not a tiny sample, but a large
package, enough to convince
onyone of its value. Women
all over the country are
praising Paxtlne '05 what it
has done in local treat
nient of female ills, cur
ing all inflammation and discharges, wonderftrt
as a cleansing vaginal douche, for sore throat,
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