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Ilackacho is a forerunner and
one of tlie most common, symp
toms of kidney trouble and
READ MISS BOLIVIAN'S EXPERIENCE.
" Some time ago I was in a very
weak condition, my work made me
nervous and my Lack ached frightfully
ell the time, and 1 had terrible head'
' My mother trot a bottle of Livdia
E. liiikliam's Vegetable Com
pound for me, and it seemed to
fctrengthen my back and help me at
once, and I did not n-ct so tired as
before. I continued to take it, and it
brought health and strength to me.
and 1 want to thank you for the
pood it has done me." Miss Kate
liOLLMAlT, 142nd St. & Wales Ave..
New York City. $5000 forfeit if original of
coove tsiicr proving genuineness cannot ce produced.
Tjjdia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable
Compound cures because it is
tlie greatest known remedy for
kidney and womb troubles.
Every woman who is puzzled
about her condition should write
to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn. Mass.,
and tell her all.
Little Liver Pills.
Must Bar Signature of
See FaoSiciHo Wrapper Below.
Tear sm&U and as ccsy
to take as sngar.
FGS TCRPiD LIVER.
FC3 SALLOW SKiH.
CURE SICK HEADACHE.
' Every mother has bright hopes for her baby.
These hopes depend on the health of the little
one during the first few years. A baby is sure
to be well, fat and healthy if its health is looked
after. Baby's health depends on its setting
through the teething: period safely. Babies are
generally affected with diarrhoea summer com
plaints when teething, which could be avoided
by using McGee's Baby Elixir to digest its food
and prevent its food from souring on its stomach
McGee's Baby Elixir contains no opiates or
poisons, or other harmful ingredients. It is
especially suited to sick and well babies. Great
care should be used in due time to prevent any
When Needed. McGee's Baby Elixir regu
lates the stomach and bowels, corrects Soux
Stomach, cures Diarrhoea and Summer Com
plaint, corrects ' Indigestion, prevents fermen
tation of food in stomach and bowels.
Baby Elixir will carry your baby through the
dangerous teething period; prevents and cures
fretfulness and feverishness; insures natural
rest and sleep.
McGee's Baby Elixir. So harmless it should
be used freely to prevent diseases as well as to
cure. It can never do anything but good, so do
not hesitate to use it if there are any signs that
baby's digestion is out of order. Keep yout
baby's bowels in good order to insure health.
I McGee's Baby Elixir. Just as good in winter
as summer; also recommended to delicate women
for sick stomach. Price, 25 and 50c.
The Mayfield Medicine Mfg. Co.. St. Louis.
Dbar Sirs I have used McGee's Baby Elix:t
with my little girl, two years old, and boy five
years old. for Summer Complaint and Sleepless
ness, caused from Bowel and stomach trouble,
with satisfactory results; advise all mothers to
keep it on hand for quick relief.
1.1 RS. H. H. HICKS.
CAN DY CATHAPTI C
Gennine stamped C C C. Never sold ia built.
Beware of the dealer who tries to sell
"something jnst as eood."
XTSIES MKITIXO TO ADVERTISERS
please state that yon saw the AdverUie
(sent la this payer.
WivT' W V ftf KiT Jr?
IT ft 'if Ba f UAtk4t
AibUUI v. v avwV w -
army of fire-yr-old that lire oftFifth
avenue, wnere ne ou ctm jiuag
heart' content except mud pie and (hin
1 1 i 11 vr a
a dot ncin, muT hc. iw
cue ci Artimr uncle bought a country
. T T 1 J V .. . . a - u nMPa
eat on Avon k wiidu uum, uu,
chickens', tad other mral conveniences in
cluded. Recently Arthur wa allowed to
riait the "farm" and to inspect the sama
at hia leisure. One of the nrrt things
aaw was a strange creature on two leg, w
wings anu a ujui ivi w a'
"Whet'B that thing!" ha aaked.
. 1 X
"That a a cnicten. wae expiametu
. . . . . ., , ' 1 ' . J 1 7 i
' jn, no, ne aaia mcreuuivuau. j
can't fool me: that thing'a jot feathers
It." N. Y. Times.
Farmer's Good Story.
Velpen. Ind.. April 6th: Wm. O'B. Sul
livan, a highly respected farmer of this
place, tells a personal experience to show
teat there is atui some genuineness and hon
est worth to be met with in this age in which
so many frauds are reported.
"Yes, I have been humbugged," said Mr.
Sullivan, "and when I was so ill with the
Kheumalism, Kidney and Heart Trouble. J
used a good deal of stuff that claimed to be
remedies for these diseases only to find
''But, as you know, I did find the genuine
remedy after all and I had not been taking
iJodd s Kidney .fills very long before 1 knew
that they were an honest remedy that would
do all and more than was claimed for them
They cured me, made a well man of me and I
am now as sound as I ever was
" I can testify that Dodd's Kindey Pills
are a genuine remedy for Kheumatism and
iudney 1 rouble.
W hv, u lllie said mamma, you re
pulling thecat's tail." "Mamma, I ain t pull
mg her tail. I'm onlv hoid'ing it, and she'a
doing the pulling." "Humane Society Bul
THE FAST TRAIXS TO CHICAGO.
Xexv York Central's Eipreu Serylcvo
(leorge II. Daniels, General Passenger
Agent of the Anv lork Central Koad. talk
injf yesterday of ths company's fast train
service, said that, in addition to the new
twenty-hour tram, there are now four twen-ty-four-bour
trains to Chicago, and' two Em
pire State expresses daily.
The Twentieth Century Limited, twenty
hour train, leaves New York every day at
2:4.-) 1. M. and arrives at Chacago the next
:norning at 9:4o. the Lake shore Limited
leaves Xew York at 5:30 every afternoon.
arriving in Chicago the next afternoon at
the rat .Mail, a fine twenty-four
h.ur train, leaves Xew York at 8:45 A. M
f very dav. reaching Chicago the next morn-
ir,g at 7:50. by both the Lake Shore and the
M'c.ngan Ctutral. The nooncay Chicago
Limited leaves Xew York at 1 P. M., reach
ing Chicago by the Lake Shore the next
morning at 11:50, a twenty-four-hour train,
reallv twenty-three hours and fifty minutes.
The Detroit and Chicago Limited leaves
Xew York at 4 P. M.. reaching Chicago the
next afternoon, a fourth twenty-four-hour
train. From The Xew York Times.
Xote. The Xew York Central also haa
15 trains a day betweenTXew York and Buf
falo and Xiasara Fall?: 5 trains a day be
tween Xew York and St. Louis and' Cincin
nati; 4 trains a dfly between Xew York and
Montreal and by its Doston and Albanv
d.iv'Mion 4 train a day between Xew York
and Boston via Springneld.
Whoever are least disturbed in mind by
calamities, and in act struggle against them,
taese are the best men in states and in pri
vate life. Kpictetus.
Shake Into Your Shoe
Allen's Fcot-Ease. It cures painful, swollen,
smartincr, sweating feet. Makes new shoes
easy. Spld by all Druggists and Shoe Stores.
Don't accept any substitute. Sample FREE.
Address A. fc. OJmsted, Le Koy, N. x.
Thin people who want to appear itoutcr
have been known to lie in wail. Philadel
phia Evening Hulletin.
Piso's Cure for Consumption is an infalli
ble remedy for coughs and colds. N. W.
Samuel, Ocean Grove, X'. J., Feb. 17, 1900.
Tr.e erence of knowledge is, having it, to
TP y it. n--t having it, to confess it. Con
uciu. Opium and I.lquor Habits Cared.
Book free. B. M.Woolley, M. D , Atlanta.Ga
Money vas der root uf much friendship.
. 1 . American.
Putnam Fadeless Dyes are fast io light
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Tennessee State News)
'Bad Money" Artists.
United 'States Deputy Marshal
Buggan and others arrested Gid
Ashe and Robert Swab at Ashland
City last week, on the charge of
counterfeiting. After the, arrests
the home of Ashe's parents was
searched by Duggan, who found six
bogus coins ten-dollar gold-piece?,
molds for coining nickels of 1808,
a stamp for raising one-dollar bills
to fives and tens, a mold for coining
five-dollar gold pieces, an electric
battery for operating the coining
machine, and a lot of correspond
ence between Ashe and Cincinnati
and Chicago parties. Swab's house
was also searched and startling finds
were made there, being the molds or
stamps for coining the ten-dollar
pieces and the material out of which
the coins were made, which consisted
of lead and a lot of cheap jewelry
used for glazing the coins. Four
counterfeit ten-dollar gold pieces
were also ftfund there. It is said
others are implicated, and other ar
rests will follow.
Murray Petway and Arthur
Stiles, the murderers who escaped
from the Xashville jail March 19,
were captured near Shelbyville last
week by Rutherford county officers.
The men were in a buggy driven by
a boy when the officers came upon
them, and surrendered while cov
ered by pistols and shotguns. Mor
rison is still at large.
Two Women Doctors.
The State medical board exam
ined thirty-six applicants at Knox
ville last week, who desire to prac
tice medicine in, Tennessee. Two
of the number were women, the
lirst who ever applied in that sec
tion of the State to practice medi
cine. Engine Hacked Over Him.
J. A. Stephens, a well-known citi
zen of Jackson, Mas killed last week
by a Mobile & Ohio engine backing
over him; He was standing with
come other gentlemen in the yard,
watching a carload of cattle when
the accident occurred. His head
was almost severed and his bod ; was
mutilated in a horrible manner by
the engine. Mr. Stephens wis a
Asleep on a Crosstle.
Wm. Meek, a Southern fireman,
was instantly killed near Hodges
last week. Meek's train had taken
a siding for the fast passenger, and
the fireman had climbed down xrom
his engine and was sitting on the
end of a crosstie when last noticed
by his engineer. It is supposed that
he fell asleep and was struck by the
passenger as it went by. Death .was
Two Women Attempt Suicide.
Mrs. Mattie Lamden and Mrs.
Florence Dickinson, both of whom
reside with their husbands at Jelli
co, attempted suicide last week, the
first named by drinking iodine and
the second ly a deadly combination
of drugs. The lives of both wci
saved. Jealousy, it. is claimed, was
the cause in each case.
Robbed a Mantr '
William Wideman, a negro, is in
jail at Jackson, charged with rob
bing the manse of the First Presby
terian Church. The congregation
has no pastor, and the manse is kept
furnished, being unoccupied. The
negro secured a carpet and consider
able furniture and sold them to second-hand
The Jackson Free Library is is
suing membership cards to the pub
lic, and the library has opened its
doors. It is oa of the handsom
est library buildings in the State.
It starts with about 3,000 volumes,
which will be added to from time
to timj, as apppropriations are
Two Principals for One School.
The Sharon Training . School
board of directors met and elected
Prof. M. W. Hall and L. L. Fonville
as co-principals for the coming term.
Principal M. W. Hall has been elect
ed three consecutive terms. The
school has grown under his super
Lucy Brumlev Vickers, wife of
Lee Vickers, has been arrested at
McMinnville, on charge of partici
pating in th murder of old man
Luttrell and wife.
II. F. Foster, a farmer, wentto
Clarksville last week, delivered his
tobacco to a local dealer and received
a check for $102 in payment. He
put up for the night at a local liver)'
stable, and while asleep in the office
some unknown party cut his pocket
open and stole his purse. Fortu
nately for Foster, he had left the
check in a safe down town and had
only some small change in his pock
et, so lost but little.
Smallpox at Huntingdon.
Leonard Smith of Huntingdonhas
been carried to the pesthouse suf
fering with a well developed case
of smallpox,jwhich he contracted at
Hollow Rock, while there working.
Taylor Boyd, a well-known citizen
of Westport, also has the disease.
having caught it in Arkansas. These !
are the only cases in the county, and
the health officers have the malady
well under control.
Lively Telephone War.
A lively telephone war is raging
in Jackson between the Cumberland
and the Home telephone companies.
A mass meeting of citizens was held
last week at the Commercial Club
rooms and a unanimous decision wa3
reached to remove the Cumberland
telephones and use the Home phones.
The physicians of .the city were the
first organization to adopt the Home
phones and boycott the Cumberland.
They had a difference, however,
among themselves and finally agreed
that the members may put in a Cum
berland phone if they desire by no
tifying the organization. Both com
panies are lined up for the fray, and
it is probable that the peopie of
Jackson will get some cheap tele
phone service this summer.
Gen. Jackson's Funeral.
The services over the remains of
Gen. W. H. Jackson were held at
Belle Meade last week . The cere
monies were' very impressive, and a
large number of the friends of the
family were present to witness the
last rites. Hundreds of the friends
and relatives of the old soldier were
present. The services were conduct
ed by Dr. 1). C. Kelley of the Meth
odist Episcopal Church, South, with
which Gen. Jackson was affiliated.
There was a beautiful musical ser
vice, and the remains were placed
in the vault. "Uncle Bob," the faith
ful negro-servant, led the procession
from the house to the vault. The
family of Gen. Jackson received a
large number of telegrams from nu
merous friends and acquaintances
of the general in the different sec
tions of the country.
The Supreme Court last week dis
missed the bill of the State against
the Tennessee Manufacturing Com
pany and sustained che demurrer of
the defendant company in the case,
in which the State sought to make
the company pay a tax of 21-; per
cent of the premium on insurance
obtained ..outside of the State. By
the action of the court the stand
taken by the State insurance depart
ment with reference to outside in
surance is overruled and Tennessee
corporations are permitted to secure
insurance wherever desired without
being subject to State taxation.
KcSer on the Peach Prospect.
Prof. Charles A. Keffer, horticul
turist of the University of Tennes
see, states that the fruit crop around
Knoxville has partially been killed.
He says the freeze and sleet in Feb
ruary did the greatest damage to
the fruit. prospect and that the trees
in the lower places were more sus
ceptible to injury than those located
on higher ground.
Wrecking: Foreman Killed.
Ebenezer E. Bradley, formerly
wrecking foreman of the Louisville
& Xashville, in charge of the divis
ions between Bowling Green and
Decatur, and connected with the
Xashville terminals since their or
ganization, was instantly killed last
week in South Xashville in a 'col
lision between a passenger train and
a push car.
llaptlsts Want Jail Site.
The courthouse and jail at Jacks
boro have been bargained for by
leading Baptists, who propose to es
tablish a college at that place. These
buildings will be -vacated, because
the people of Campbell county last
week voted to move the county site
from Jacksboro to LaFollctte.
Dr. France Takes Freuch Leave.
Dr. France, a magnetic healer,
and his manager, Prof. Reno, who
have been in Jackson the past two
weeks, left suddenly last week, and
it is alleged that a number of cred
itors, including the landlord, are in
the lurch for various amounts.
P. -J. McAbee Missing.
P. J. McAbee, of the Seventeenth
district of Madison county, left
home last week to go to Jackson,
lie has not returned home, and his
family are very uneasy about him.
A search has been organized in the
hope of finding him.
Cooper's Hill Reported.
With seven members present, the
house committee on railroads decid
ed to recommend for passage Mr.
Cooper's bill to require the governor,
secretary of State and treasurer, to
perform the duties of the railroad
commission. The vote was 5 to 2.
A Professor in Trouble.
Reports from Jellico state Unit a
sensation was precipitated there
last week by D. D. Scott, a prom
inent citizen, publicly accusing Prof.
W. D. Rigbyjf insulting two young
ladies employed as assistants at the
Jellico Academy. Prof. Kighv is'
principal of the school. The pro
fessor positively denies the charge.
Rifrbv came to Jellico several months
ago from Michigan to conduct a mis
sion for the Congregational Church.
The bill to regulate compensation
of Circuit Court clerks, introduced
in the State legislature last week,
provides the following basis of sal
aries: Counties having a popula
tion of over 15,000 and under, $500
per year; 15.000 to 20,000, $;,")&;
20,000 to 30,000, $1,000: 30.000 to
50,000, $1,250; 50,000 to 60.000,
$1,500; G0.000 to 100,000, $2,500;
over 100,000, $3,000. This bill is
designed to meet a need existing
among the circuit clerks in ihc small
counties affected by the Jams law,
HOV'A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN ESGAPI
SPRSJO GATARBH BY USE OF PE-RIH1A.
Nothing Robs One of Strength Like Spring Catarrh
Spring Fever is Spring Catarrh.
Miss Helen Whitman, 30SK Grand avenue, Milwaukee, Wis., writes :
There is nothing like Peruna for that tired feeling, which gives
you no ambition for work or play. After a prolonged illness, about
a year ago I felt unable to regain my health, but four bottles of Pe
runa made a wonderful change and restored me to perfect health.
As long as you keep your blood in good condition you are all right,
and Peruna seems to fill the veins with pure, healthful blood. I
thoroughly endorse it." MISS HELEN WHITMAN.
Have you got nerves? Well, you
ought to have nerves. But they ought
to be strong nerves, good nerves. Does
3'our hand tremble ? You are living too
fast. Does j-our heart flutter at times?
You had better call a halt. Americans
live too fast. They crowd too much into
a single day. They have too little lei
sure. The hospitals and insane asylums
are fillingup. The quiet, pastoral scenes
of yore are becoming rare. It's time
that we quit this sort of business.
Is the ROCK
Hives. It brinns to
that slowlu but surelu destrcoi health.
'strength and cheerfulness:
TO RLMOVC Tnl5
It is a marvelous system cleanser and regulator.
corrects trouble in.
the blood, strengthens the kidneys.
PUTS THE SYSTEM
FOUND HIM OUT.
XliotLgOit II Had the (iroctr Throwa
Off the Track, Dot Warn
"Mind, I was in a straDge town dealing
with a strange man, and 1 tried not to act
trange, and- still the fellow found me out,"
Kiidi the ntwly married man, according to
the New York Times. "My intended wife
,nd I had a sentiment about spending our
wedd'ing night in our own home. The honey
moon trip was not to begin till the following
morning. That required laying in a stocic
of provisions for breakfast.
"On the morning of the wedding day I
called at the nearest grocery store and or
dered a 6upply. There was butter and Milt
i.nd eggs and sugar and well, everybody
knows the string! Understand, I did every
thing a bridegroom i not expected to do to
throw the fellow off the track. 1 ordered
things off-hand, not from a fool slip of
paper, but from memory. I talked to the
pretty cashier and te an apple out of &
barrel as if I had been born in the place,
like the store cat. Kverything conceivable
I did, and thought I had' the grocer com
pletely fooled when, on handling me the
packages, he said:
"Well, sir, I hope you'll give usyourtradto
when you get settled."
While our leading novelist was grubbing
stumps las-t Wednesday, some person who
is undoubtedly a friend of the reading pub
lic stole the manuscript of his latest novel.
Pitch v lucky man into the Nile, says th
Arabian proverb, and he will come up with
a fish in his mouth. Willis.
CLOSE TO THE PEOPLE.
Doan's Kidney Fills have leaped into- Public favor because the people can write direct
to the makers and secure a trial free. Thus has been builded the greatest fame
and largest sale known to any Kidney medicine in the world.
Curtice, O. 1 had 6uch severe pain in my
back that I could not walk. I used the sam
ple of Doan's Kidney Pills with such good re
sults I 6ent to Toledo for another box, and
they cured me. Sarah E. Cottrell, Cur
Falmouth, Va. I x suffered over twelve
months with pidn in the small of my back.
ituiuuva " j - - t ' j X" j
relief. Doan's Kidney Pills cured me. ES.
Brown, t almoutn, v a.
West Hatix, Conn. Eight months ago I
took a severe pain in my back. The sample
box of Doan's Kidney Pills helped me so
much I purchased two boxe ; am on my sec
ond box. My heart does not bother me as it
used to and 1 feel well. Sarah E. Bradlet,
No. 377 Elm Street, West Haven, Conn.
Houston, Tex. I took the sample of
Doan's Kidney Pills with ench. great benefit
I bought a box at our druggist's. Used over
half and stopped, because my urine which
before had only come dribbling, now became
60 free. I had medicine enough. I had lum
bafro and the pills rid me of it. I should have
written sooner, but you know how soon a well
person forget about being sick. Mr. C. H.
HoENCKE, No. 2319 ilcKenny Ave., Houston,
How to Get Strong Nerves.
First, repair the injury already done
to your nerves. The way to do this is to
do exactly as did Mattie B. Curtis, Sec
retary of Legion of Loyal Women. Hotel
Salem, Boston, Mass. She said in a re
cent letter: " I suffered for over a year
with general weakness and debility
manifested in severe headache and
backache. I took four bottles of Peru
na, and for two months have been en
tirely free from these maladies."
that WRECKS man
its train bodily evils
a constipated habit,
the digestion. Purines.
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4.XD UCWARS pf WOBTULKSS IMITATIONS. .
AUBAST1NE CO., Grand Rapids, Mich.
Mrs. Greene "That chicken you fold m
vesterday was tough as sole leather. Really
1 believe the bird was as old as I am.1'
Butcher "And surely, Mrs. Greene, yoa
would not call yourself old ! " Boston Tram
Stop the Conjch
and works off the cold. Laxative Bromo
Quinine Tablets. Price 25 cents
A gent is an abbreviated gentleman. Chi
Aching backs are eased. Hip, back, and
loin v pains overcome. Swelling of the
limbs and dropsy signs vanish.
They correct urine with brick dust sedi
ment, high colored, pain in passing, drib
bling, frequency, bed wetting. Doan's
Kidnej Pills remove calculi and gravcL
Relieve heart palpitation, sleeplessness,
headache, nervousness, dizziness.
FREE CRANO FOR SPRING KIDNEY ILLS.
FoSTFR-MiucRir Co.. Buffalo. N. Y.
Please send me by mail, without charge,
trial box Doan's Kidney Pills.
(Cut out eonpon on dotted lines and mail to
Foster-Mil burn Co., Buffalo. N.
Medical Advice Free Strictly ConflueatlaJ.
Thousands of cases might be quoted
in which Perunahas been used to rescue
people from the perdition of deranged
nerves, and put them on the pood, solid
foundation of health. The County Aud
itor of Erie county, New York, Hon.
John W. Ncff, in a recent letter written
at Buffalo, New York, stated: " I was
persuaded by a friend to try a bottle of
3'our great nerve tonic,, Peruna, and the
results were so gratifying that I am
more than pleased to recommend it."
A Spring Tonic
Almost everybody needs a tonic in the
spring. Something to brace the nerves,
invigorate the brain and cleanse the
blood. That Peruna will do this is be
yond all question. Everyone who has
tried it has had the same experience as
Mrs. IX YV. Timberlake, of Lynchburg,
Va., who, in a recent letter, made use
of the following words: "I always
take a dose of Peruna after business
hours, as it is a great thing for the
nerves. There is no better spring tonic,
and I have used about all of them."
Catarrh in Spring.
The spring is the best time to treat
catarrh. Nature renews herself every
spring. The system is rejuvenated by
spring weather. This renders medicines
more effective. A short course of Pe
runa, assisted by the balmy air of spring,
will cure old, stubborn cases of catarrh
that have resisted treatment for years.
Everj-body should have a copy of Dr.
Ilartman's latest book on catarrh. Ad
dress The Peruna Medicine Co., Colum
Mrs. Lulu Larmer, Stoughton, Wis.,
" For two years I suffered with nerv
ous trouble ana
until it seemed
that. ilieri was
1 nothing to me but
f a bundle of
T nerves. I was
could not sleep,
rest or compose
f ' R f certainly unfit to
t t , t t take care of a
I . .Uflim.e.r'. J household. I took
pills without benefit. When I began
taking Peruna I grew steadily better,
my nerves grew stronger, my rest was
no longer fitful, and to-day I consider
myself in perfect health and strength.
My recovery was slow but sure, but I
persevered and was rewarded by per
fect health." Mrs. Lulu Larmer.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factor3r results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your case and he will
be pleased to give j'ou his valuable ad
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.
A Golden Rule
Be good to your land and your crop
will be good. Plenty of
in the fertilizer spells quality A,
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
93 Nassau Street,
cartridges and shot shells
are made in the largest and,
best equipped ammunition
factory in the world.
of U. M. C. make is now
accepted by shooters as
"the worlds standard" for
it shoots well in any gun.
Tour dealer sells it.
The Union Metallic
Bridgeport, - - Conn.
FREE TO WOIWIEIM
To prove the healing and
cleansing power of Pax tine
Toilet AntUeplIc we will
mail a large trial package
with book of Instructions
absolutely free. This is
not a tiny sample, but a large
package, enough to convince
anyone of its value. Women
all over the country are
praising Paxtine for what it
has done in local treat
ment of female ills, cur
uli i r '
ing all inflammation and discharges, wonderful
as a cleansing vaginal douche, for sore throat,
nasal catarrh, as a mouth wash, and to remove
tartar and whiten the teeth. Send to-day; a
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