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One of Indiana's Useful Educators Says:
"I Feel Like
Mr. John W. Menf, 54 Jefferson Ave.,
tive of Indianapolis Business College,
I firmly believe that I owe my fine health to Peruna. Constant travel and
change of food and water wrought havoc with my stomach, and for months I
suffered with indigestion and catarrh of the stomach. I felt that the only
thing to do was to give up my occupation which I felt very reluctant to do.
Seeing an ad. of Peruna as a specif Ic
and.used It faithfully tor six weeks,
disappeared and I seemed like a new
grip all the time, and occasionally take
lent health." John w. meng.
TIIE most common phases of summer
catarrh are catarrh of the stomach
and bowels. Peruna is a specific for
Hon. Willis Brewer, Representative
in Congress from Alabama, writes the
following" letter to Dr. Hartman :
House of Representatives,
Washington, D. C.
The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, O. :
Gentlemen " I have used one bottle
of Perun a f or lassitud e, and I take pie as
ure in recommending it to those who
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Ptict 50 Corf
tft KOCHf (V
Sere is a combined treatment that does
what OSE medicine CAN NOT DO. The
complete obliteration of that dread Con
sumption (Tuberculosis) is now possible
through the use of The Dr. Slocum's Com
bination System of Medication, which will
Positively Cure this Dread Disease.
It is the Most Modern and the very Great
st Method of Alimentation Ever Presented
to Sufferers from this disease. It prevents
and Cures Consumption of the Throat,
Lungs, Stomach, Liver, Spleen and Kidneys.
All Catarrhal Conditions of these Organs
disappear Promptly and Permanently un
der the Healing Influence of These Won
Dr.Slocum's method of treatment consists
f Four Specific Remedies as illusirated
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Better Than Quinine.
and drives out
and Is a Oreat TONER
to the SYSTEM.
W. M. AKIN & SON, Proprietors, EvansvIIlo, Indiana.
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USE DR. BIGGERS'
nature's greatest Southern Remedy, Cures Children teething-, Choleramorbus Diar
rhoea, Dysentery and ail Stomacu Troubles. J? At Druggists., 25 cts. 50 eta.
a New Man."
Indianapolis, Ind., State Representa
for catarrh I decided to give it a trial.
when I found that my troubles bad all
man. J have a bottle of Peruna in my
a few doses which keeps me In excel
need a good remedy. As a tonic it is ex
cellent. In the short time I have used
itithasdoneme a great deal of good."
Y ll lis Brewer.
If vou do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to JJr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your case and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad
vice gratis. - .
Address Dr. Ilartman, President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
Cod Liver 6U
FREE MEDICINE TO ALL.
To Prove to All Our Readers the Wonder
ful Properties of this Great System of Medi
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sisting of the Four Free Large Packages, il
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reader on request. Simply send your Name,
Post Office and Exprew Address to DR. T.
A. SLOCUM, Laboratories, 93 Pine St.,
Jw XorK, ana the Complete Jfree lreat
ment will at Once be sent you.
DOCTOR'S SPECIAL NOTICE.
"I have prescribed the Complete Treat
ment called by my name and sold by all
druggists in hundreds of thousands of very
serious cases, wun unexampled success,
and most satisfactory results." DR. SLO-
a T It
VIM-flLETfl. FOB WOHEHI-
THE SUMMER SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH
Accommodations Provided at Knoxville
for More Tbaa 3,000 Students.
It is not often, especially In under
takings for the public good, that the
anticipations of the promoters are
fully realized, even after a long strug
gle, and it is indeed a marvel when,
they are surpassed in the beginning.
Yet such was the history of the first
session of the Summer School of
the South, inaugurated last summer
at the University of Tennessee in
Knoxville, to meet the growing de
mand for professional instruction on
the part of Southern teachers. More
than two thousand teachers from all
parts, of the South were in attendance
upon this first session, and its success
both as to numbers and as to the char
acter of work accomplished, was so re
markable that the friends, whose gen
erosity rendered it possible in the
first place, have determined not only
to make it permanent, but to add to
its efficiency by providing means for
additional equipment and larger fac
The uiexpectedly large attendance
upon, the opening of the school last
June caused for a few days some lit
tle confusion in the arrangements for
board and lodging; but, forewarned is
forearmed, and this year visitors need
have no fear of. difficulty on this score.
Students of last year will remember
that this congestion lasted oaly a
very short time. This year it cannot
occur at all, as adequate preparation
has already been made for more than
double the entire registration of last
year. The beautiful city of Knoxville,
situated in the midst of the magnifl
cent scenery of the East Tennessee
mountains, with its delightful climate
and its hospitable people, is ai ideal
location for a Bummer school. It is
essentially a city of homes, and, in
response to an appeal from the man
agement, over one thouand of these
homes have been thrown open for the
accommodation of visitors. To be
more specific, although over a thou
sand students have already been reg
istered and assigned quarters, there
still remain, within a radius of five
blocks from the University, homes for
seven or'eight hundred more. In oth
er portions of the city, easily, acces
sible by electric car, places have been
secured for another thousand. In ad
dition to this, the management has
rented entire a sixty-room hotel in the
business portion of the city and two
excellently fitted boarding schools.
with a capacity of three hundred, for
the accommodation of those who pre
fer this freer life. On the grounds.
two large new dining halls have been
added as annexes to the Barbara
Blount and University Halls, and
equipped to provide meals for more
than fifteen hundred guests. To sum
up, ample accommodations have al
ready been provided for more than
three thousand students and arrange
ments made to secure as many more
Time and space would fail to tell In
detail of the improved equipment and
new buildings shown to be necessary
by the experience of last season or by
the outlook for the coming one. It
will interest former students, however,
to know that the main auditorium has
been entirely rebuilt with a much
higher roof, and a seating capacity of
three thousand, and executive offices
back of the stage. This pavilion has
been very appropriately named Jef
ferson Hall, in honor of Virginia's
great educational statesman. Four
other pavilions for class work, with a
seating capacity of four hundred each,
have been erected and named respect
ively, Curry, McDonogh, Wiley and
Ruffner, after these noble friends and
pioneers of education in the South,
while a large closed hall for nature
study and lantern work has been
called after the great naturalist, Au
dubon. Ogden Hall is a permanent
building, one hundred by fifty feet,
erected immediately in the rear of Old
College, and especially arranged for
school and library exhibits. Ladies
will be glad to know that a rest room
has been built for their exclusive use,
furnished with comfortable chairs and
couches. To this bath and toilet
rooms are attached, and a restaurant
adjoins, so that ladies whose rooms
are distant, and who find it inconven
ient to go to their homes between
lectures will be made comfortable and
be able to get a light lunch if they
If one were to search the country
over it would be hard to find a more
beautiful or more attractive spot than
University Hall in these early June
days. The splendid buildings, the
magnificent view of mountains and
river, the cool, shady avenues, and
broad expanses of closely cropped
sward, render the campus a delight
fully inviting place. If material sur
roundings ever prove uplifting and
inspiring, surely the founders of the
Summer School of the South were
wonderfully fortunate in securing for
this work such an ideal location.
After the Private View.
Tiresome Friend Got anything in
Eminent Artist (peevishly) Yes.
Tiresome Friend Good! What do
you call it?
Eminent Artist A headache. Lon
Host Mv wife is wnrrvlner ahnut
there beine thirteen at the table to
Guest Superstitious, eh?
HoBt No. not exactlv. hut shA ha
only a dozen silver knives and forks.
Two thousand miles from the mouth
of the Amazon, far up toward the
backbone of South America, is found
the sapucaia tree: which bears the
sapucaia nut, known to the trade here
as trie paradise nut. It grows on a
pod, very much like the Brazil nut,
and is far better in every wav. A
.great many puts are in a pod, some
times 150, and when they are ripe the
poa explodes, throwing: a lid off the
top and scattering the contents in ev
ery direction. The pod is as large
as a child's head. The fruit is scarce
and costly. New York Press.
NOW FOR THE COUNTRY.
Fsuany Gaalua of the Chicago Trlbist
Chortles His Lr About
lis, ha, the gladsome spring has come
let's close the city fiat and nail the windows
all down tight, and ran the family cat. For
now it's ho for the countryside, it's ho
for the house at the lake, it's ho forth
woods, and ho for the birds, and also ha
for the rake. Get down the bamboo fis-h-ing
rod, dig up the bathing suit, it's shrunk,
and when pa puts it on, O, won't he be a
O, think of the joyous times well have;
just think of the moonlit nights, which,
reminds me to take the peppermint it's
good for mosquito bites. O, think of the
dreamy airliners there; cay, till that gun
with lead I know a screech owl in the
woods that's going to get killed dead. Ah,
nxt. to nature's heart, O, that's the place
to lire, and put the rubber blanket in,
for the roof leaks like a sieve. We'll have
a garden all our own. on strawberries we'll
sup, usleM the neighbors' hogs get in and
root the garden up. Pack up the latest
novels, too, life's story we will learn, and
when the firewood gets wet they're very
nice to burn. We'll grow so rugged, strong
and brown, we'll know what rel healta
is; den't forget to put the quinine in to
keep off rheumatir. And, papa dear, take
him along, he swears at rocks and rills,
but weHre got to have some sucker there
to pay our little bills. So don't ask why,
but come with us, be merry woodland elves:
when summer's o'er and we return we may
ask why ourselves.
ESTIMATING EACH OTHER.
Shovrlns; Opinions as They Maj- Da
Formed from Different
Points of View.
"My "word, Fitznoodle," said a war of
fice clerk, according to the London "Ex
press, to a colleague who sat at the next
desk, "just look at that workman on ths
roof of that building over the way!"
"What's the matter with him?" in
quired Fitz, glancing through the window
at the individual indicated.
"Matter," retorted the other; "why,
I've been watching the lazy beggar for the
last 25 minutes, and he hasn't done a
stroke of work all the time."
At the precise moment at which the
above conversation occurred a British
workingjman was addressing his "mate."
"i- Bill," he remarked, in a tone of
deep disgust, "d'ye see that 'ere loafin' war
office clurk in that room darn there?
S'elp me, if Hi ain't bin watchin' 'im fur
nigh on arf an hower, an' the bloomer's
done nothin' but stare houot o' th' win
der the 'ole blessed Jyme. That's th
sort of chap as we pye taxes ter keep!"
All he Co 11 1I Stand.
A certain woman, the wife of a for
mer representative in congress and minis
ter abroad, who now aims at social lead
ership in the most exclusive and top
lofty circles of Washington. D. C, is noted
for "her love of display and her penchant
for wearing about all the jewels she can
bear up under.
One night she gave a dinner. Several
members of the diplomatic set were pces
ent. Madame was in high feather, and
6he also wore a diamond tiara and several
strings of pearls around her neck.
During the evening she complained of
feeling a bit chilly, and told one of the
servants to call her maid.
When the maid appeared she is said
to have shivered a trrfle, and exclaimed:
"Susette, I am so cold; please get me
another string of pearls." Argonaut.
A Core for Dropsy.
Sedcrwick. Ark. .Tnn OOH "MV W H
Taylor of this place says:
"My little boy had Dropsy. Two doc
torsthe best in this part of the country
told TTIP hp WnM ( I novor imf VintA,. ti.il
to have seen him anjone else would have
said they were right. His feet and limba
were swollen so that hp nuld Tint n-allr
nor put on his shoes.
When the doctors told me he would
Eurely die. I stopped giving him their med
icine and began giving him Dodd's Kidnev
x ins. i gave mm inree puis a aay ana at
4ViA onrl r( 4... 1 . IT
gone, but as I wanted to'he sure, f kept on
with the pills for some time, gradually re
ducing the quantity, till finally I stopped
Dodn S Kldnpv Pilla rprt.iinlv cavoJ mv
child's life. Before up-ing them he was
a helpless invalid in his mother's arms
from morning till night. Now he is a
healthy, happy child, running and dancing
and Sincinff. " T ran npr pvrrpa rmr
JJodd s Kidney Puis entirely cured our
boy after everybody, doctors and all, had
given him up to die."
Doctors Are So Modest.
Atr-nt tlortor. can I tret vour ad. for
the Weekly Boomer?
Doctor Certainly not, sir! Don't you
know that it is impossible for physicians
to advertise? But you may interview me
on some scientific subject, two columns,
payment in advance. Stray Stories.
It Cares While Vou Walk.
Allen's 'Fortt-'EaBp w n rprtain nirpfor hot.
. - - -1
sweating, callus, and swollen, aching feet.
Sold by all Druggists. Price 25c. Don't ac-
rprvf. flnv fiiiVkfit itutp Trial rl:n erf VTl K.
Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
Miss Flyrt "Oh. yes: I've had nine pro
posals since I saw you last!" MissNewitt
'Indeed? And did you finally reward his
perseverance by accepting him?" Catholic
Standard and Times.
To Care a Cold In One Day-
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund money if it fails to cure. 25c
This Touch ' Old World. Ted "Most
firms prefer to hire a married man." Ned
"And most girls won't marry you unless
you have a job." Puck.
I am sure Piso's Cure for Consumption
saved my life three years ago. Mrs. Taos.
Bobbins, Norwich, N. Y., Feb. 17,1900.
Many a true word is spoken in jest, and
many s. false statement is made in deadly
earnest. Chicago Journal.-
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
Kansas Citv .TnnA 20-
CATTLE Beef steers $3 70 4 &5
XMative heifers 3 50 y 4 25
Western steers 3 75 (d 4 45
HOGS 5 10 C 6 02V4
SHEEP 4 00 m 4 15
WHEAT No. 2 hard 71 tf 73
No. 2 red 11 60 73
CORN No. 2 mixed 53 (Tc 53
OATS No. 2 mixp.l 4.1 6i 44
RYE No. 2
FLOUR Hard winter pat..
Soft winter natpnts
3 20 3 3 50
3 20 & 3 30
11 50 ftl3 50
7 00 ((ill 50
BUTTER Fancy to extra.. 1G 19
CHEESE Full cream 12
ruiATUiss-.ew 1 40
CATTLE Beef steers 4 00
F d 3
i Texas steers 3 23
HOGS Packers 5 90
SHEEP Natives 4 00
FLOUR Red winter pat... 3 75
WHEAT No. 2 red 784
CORN No. 2
OATS No. 2
BUTTER Creamery 17
CORN MEAL 2
BACON 10 00 10
CATTLE Steers i 00 5 50
HOGS Mixed and butchers. 5 95 fl 6 20
SHEEP Western 4 25 fi) 5 00
FLOUR Winter patents ... 3 50 4 00
WHEAT No. 2 red 78
CORN No. 2 50 51
OATS No. 2 38
RYE July 524
LARD July 8 SVfcD 8 SPi
PORK July 16 95 U7 00
ii a 43
& 5 25
WHEAT No. 2 .
CORN No. 2 ....
h Mrs. Hup-hson, of Chicago, whose j
letter follows, is another woman in high
position who owes her health to the use of
Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
"Deak Mrs. Pixkham: I suffered for several years with general
weakness and bearing-down pains, caused by womb trouble. Jly appe
tite was fitful, and I would lie awake for hours, and could not sleep,
until I jeemed more weary in the morning than when I retired. After
reading one of jrour advertisements I decided to try the merits of L.ydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and I am so glad I did. No one
can describe the good it did me. I took three bottles faithfully, and
besides building up my general health, it drove all disease and poison
out of my body, and made me feel as spry and active as a j'oung girL
Mrs. Pinkham's medicines are certainly all they are claimed to be."
Mas. M. E. Hughson, 347 East Ohio St., Chicago, 111.
Mrs. Pinkbam Tells How Ordinary Tasks Produce Displacements.
Apparently trifling' incidents in woman's daily life frequently produce
displacements of the womb. A slip on the stairs, lifting- during- menstruation,
standing at a counter, running- a sewing" machine, or attending- to the most
ordinary tasks may result in displacement, and a train of serious evils is started.
The first indication of such trouble should be the signal for quick action.
Don't let the condition become chronic through neglect or a mistaken idea
that you can overcome it by exercise or leaving it alone.
More than a million women have regained health by the use of Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
If tbe slightest trouble appears wbicli you do not understand
write to Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass., for her advice, and a few
timely words from her will show you the right thing to do. This
advice coats you nothing, but it may mean life or happiness or both.
r I 7 H Compound
the worst forms of female complaints, that bearing-down feeling, weak
back, falling and displacement of the womb, inflammation of the ovaries, and
all troubles of the uterus or womb. It dissolves and expels tumors from the
uterus in the early stage of development, and checks any tendency to cancer
ous humors. It subdues excitability, nervous prostration, and tones up the
entire female system. Its record of cures is the greatest in the world, and
should be relied upon with confidence.
FORFEIT If cannot forthwith produce the original letters nd etgnaturei 01
above testimonials, which will prove their absolut penuinenes.
Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mas.
t'nfort miate Prejudice.
"I don't like Chinamen," snid the little
girl with the golden hair. "They have ruck
unlaundried complexion." Chicago Chron
CHEAP TO COLORADO.
The Burlington' -Cheap Rates for a Sum
Take your vacation in Colorado. Re
markably cheap daily tourist rates after
June 1st, and from July 1st to 10th round
trip rates are less than half.
Cheap to Minnesota.
To this beautiful summer region daily
low tourist rates of approximately one fare,
plus (2.00 round trip.
, Cheap to Califoesia.
Special half rates round trip to California,
July 1st to 10th. Low round trip rates
less than one fare from August 1st to 14th.
Write me describing proposed route. I.
W. Wakelet, G. P. A., Burlington Route,
604 Fine Street, St. Louis, Mo.
Cab drivers' lives are
Chicago Daily News.
filled with whoa.
A Bob of Gold
has immeasurable attraction for anyone.
Let us tend you attractive "Katy" pub
lications whicn will interest you. "The
Golden Square," "Timely Topics," "Old
Mexico," and others. Free for the asking.
Address, "KATY," 512 Wainwright Bldg.,
St. Louis, Mo.
A laugh is worth a hundred groans in
any market. Chicago Journal.
IN EVERY WALK OF LIFE.
Feople l n
every walk of
life have bad
n e y s p o
the back be
gins to ache.
Cure sick kid
n e y s and
b a c k a ch e
and learn how it can be done.
A. A. Boyce, a farmer "living1 three
and a half miles from Trenton, Mo
says: "A severe cold settled in my
kidneys and developed so quickly that
I was obliged to lay off work on account
of the aching1 in my back and sides.
For a time I was unable to walk at all,
and every makeshift I tried and all the
medicine I took had not the slightest
effect. My back continued to grow
weaker until I was unfit for anything.
Mrs. Boyce noticed Doan's Kidney Pilla
advertised as a sure-cure for just such
conditions and one day when in Tren
ton she brought a box home from
Chas. A. Foster's drug store. I followed
the directions carefully when taking
them and I must say I was more than
surprised and much more gratified to
notice the backache disappearing
gradually until it finally stopped."
A FEEE TRIAL of this great kidney
medicine which cured Mr. Boyce will
be mailed cn application to any part
of the United States. Address Foster
Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For sale by
all druggists, price 50 cents per box.
of Chicago, whose J
Mrs. Lelah Stowell, . 177 Wellington
St., Kingston, Ont., writes:
"Dear Mrs. Pinkham: You are indeed a
godsend to women, and if they all knew what
you could do for them, there would be no need
of their dragging out miserable lives in agony.
"I suffered for years with bearing-down pains,
womb trouble, nervousness, and excruciating head
ache, but a few bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable conipounu maae me iook.
new and promising to me. I am light and
happy, and I do not know what sickness
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
can always be relied upon to restore
A Wlrte-Spreart Vanity.
In these days there seem to be as many
writers as there are reader. The spread
of authorship and its egregious pride is
hit off in this dialogue from the Flie
A guest at a hotel table, reading the bill
of fare, savs: "Your bill of fare is great!'
"I am glad to hear it," replies the head
waiter. "I am its author."
Honest labor is
edy for bad luck.
said to be a good rem
Chicago Daily News.
On the Latttn
We sell the product in key-opening cans.
Turn akey and you find the meat exactly
as it left us. We put them up in this way.
Potted Ham. Beef and Tongue
Ox Tongue (Whole). Veal Loaf
Deviled Ham. Brisket Beef
Siloed Smoked Beef. Etc
All natural flavor foods palatable and
wholesome. Yourtrocershould have them.
Fun-h booklet Hw to Mtks Goo Thins
to Eat." Hand era 2o atamps for Libbr'a bis Atlaa
of Lb a World.
Libby. McNeill & Libby
For Teething, Diarrhcea,
Jul il -2 sm LiP OifU fji 11 jLaOsx Jiaal till.
Skin Humours, Scalp Humours,
Whether Simple Scrofulous or
Speedily Cured by Guticura
Soap, Ointment and Pills.
Complete External and internal
Treatment, One Dollar.
In the treatment of torturing, dis
figuring:, Itching, scaly, crusted, pimply,
blotchy and scrofulous husaours of the
skin, scalp and blood, with loss of hair,
Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Tills have
been wonderfully successful. Evea the)
most obstinate of constitutional hu
mours, such as bad blood, scrofula. In
herited and contagious humours, witb
loss of hair, grand ular swellings, ulcer
ous patches in th throat and mouth,
sore eyes, copper-coloured blotches, as
well as boils, carbuncles, scurvy, sties,
ulcers and sores arising from an im
pure or Impoverished condition of the
blood, yield to the Cuticura Treatment,
when all other remedies fall.
And greater still, if possible. Is th
wonderful record of cures of torturing,
disfiguriug humours among luf ants and
children. The suffering which Cuticura
Remedies have alleviated among the
young, and the comfort they have af
forded worn-out and worried parents,
hare led to their adoption In countless
homes as priceless curatives for the
skin and blood. Infantile and birth hu
mours, milk crust, scalled head, eczema,
rashes and every form of itching, scaly,
pimply skin and scalp humours, with,
loss of hair, of infancy and childhood,
are speedily, permanently and economi
cally cured when all other remedies
suitable for children, and even the best
physicians, fail. -a.o j
Sold thnrachont th, world. Cutirora RMolraat. 40c. (ia
form of Choeolata Coated mis. IV. par Tial al J), Oint-
a nus. xe. par viai ai ojj. inni
Drpoui London. 27 Chartrrhoo,
lic. lJrpoui lonuon
ia la Patxt Ho to
fatxt Ho ton. J
'otter Drat Cbem. Corn, Sola Prop.
r SandT lor "Th Great Humour Cora."
Why Suffer" with Backache ?
I have suffered several years with
backache, and after taking one bottle of
I have been cured. Sincr then I have
not been troubled with rry back. Too
much cannot be said in it", praise. -
Capt. Wm. Forrest, Memphis, Tenn.
Manufactured by SmitJi Medical Co.,
St. Louis, Mo.
Price 50 cents and fl.OC For sale by
FREE TO WOMEN
To prove the healini? and
cleansing power of Paxtln
Toilet Antineptle ire will
mail a larg? 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
nas done in loeal treat
ment or female 111k. cur
ing all inflammation and discharges, wonderful
as a cleansing vaginal douche, for sore throat,
nasal catarrh, as a mouth wash, and to remove
tartar end whiten the teeth. Send to-day; a
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Hold tF rirurrlata er aent poatpatld by a a,
rents, Ini-tre hot, Satlafair t Ion foarantfed.
TH It. 1'AITOX '., 01 C'oiutwbaa Av
If von suffer from Eollaosr. Fit. Falling Sick-
Bets, St. Vltua's Dance, or Vertigo, hare children,
relatives, friends or neighbors that do ao,or kao'J
people that are afflicted, my New Treatment will
Immediately relieve and PERMANENTLY CURB
tbem, and all you are asked to do Is to send for
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Will be sent la plain packtte absolutely free,
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For f rpe cample ad (treat
une hi'liding. Mew Tork.
MEEDLE8 , For all Sewliia- Barhlnes.
ll ; Rtandard Goods Only.
! 4 S H UTTL ES f utaum.i mm i utti.r rs.
.. PI. Laau. Ha.
kit 1AH l.'T ST.
CUKES WrttKt ALL tLbc ralLo.
Best Cough Syrup. Tastef Good.
In time. Sold by druirgiata.
A. N. K.-F
WI1KX WRITIe TO A DVEKTISERS
pleaae state that yon saw the .Advertise
tit la tsta paper.
Summer Complaint, Etc.
125 g SI
CONTAINS NO POISON IN ANY FORM
IS PLEASANT TO TAKE
GUARANTEED TO CURE
Price, 25 and 50 Cents
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
Just as good for CHILDREN in
WINTER as Summer -
Also RECOMMENDED to DELICATE
WOMEN for SICK STOMACH
MATFIELD 5IEDICIXE MFG. CO..
a woman tell tne tbe other day t hat nh had aa toon
breaa as 10 ao wimun mtoii .-9 i a. it it
UXltt fur her children.