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The letters of Miss Merkley, whose pic
ture is printed above, and Miss Claussen,
prove beyond question that thousands of
cases of inflammation of the ovaries and
womb are annually cured by the use of
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
"Dear Mrs. Pintciiam: Gradual loss of strength and nerve force
told me something1 was radically wrong1 with me. I had severe shooting
pains throught the pelvic organs, cramps and extreme irritation com
pelled me to seek medical advice. The doctor said that I had ovarian
trouble and ulceration, and advi-ed an operation. I strongly objected to
this and decided to try Lydia J3. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound.
I soon found that rny judgment was correct, and that all the good
things said about thi3 medicine were true, and day by day I felt less
. pain and increased appetite. The ulceration soon healed, and the other
' complications disappeared and in eleven weeks I was once more strong
and vigorous and perfectly well.
".My heartiest thanks are sent to you for the great good you have
done me." Sincerely yours, JMiss Margaret Merkley, 275 Third St,
Hiss Claussen Saved from a Surgical Operation.
"Dear Mrs. Pinkiiam: It seems to me that
all the endorsements that I have read of the value
of Lydia E. Pinkham's Compound do not express
one-half of the virtue the great medicine really
possesses. I know that it saved my life and I
want to give the credit where it belongs. I suf
fered with ovarian trouble for five years, had three
operations and spent hundreds of dollars on doc
tors and medicines but this did not cure me
However, what doctors and medicines failed
to do. Livdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound did. Twenty bottles restored me to per-
;,f ' ' vnlnA hpfnro. and tar. thft r?nr?frrs alnnf T would
nave been spared, all the pain and expense tnat
fruitless operations cost me. If the women who are suffering, and
the doctors do not help them, will try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound, they will not be disappointed with the results."
Miss Clara M. Claussen, 1307 Penn St., Kansas City, Mo.
FO R FEIT H w cannot forthwith prodoce the original letters aod iignature of
above testimonial, which will proTe their absolute cenuinenes?.
Ljtiim K. l'inkham JUed. Cov 1.71m, SXaMb
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FOOLISH CREED FOR LAND.
Usually It Has Its Source in an Al
together Silly Desire to Make
We are all familiar with the greed
of the city man who never gets Tica
enough to retire, but who keeps on pil
ing up wealth year after year merely
for the sake of accumulating. He is
the favorite theme of the country
preacher when he wishes to point out
th folly of this world; yet we seldom
hear anything about his rural counter
part, the man who is land greedy and
who keeps himself and family in nar
row, restricted ways of living in order
that he may add to his domain. This
criticism does not apply to the men
who are able to extend their operations
without cramping themselves seriously
and who can make their purchases
yield returns which justify the invest
ment; but rather to the men we occa
sionally see who have a passion for ac
quiring land, but who do not stop to
consider whether they will be able to
handle it profitably. A successful young
dairyman who had 25 cows was asked
why he did not increase his herd, in
asmuch as his farm would support
more. "Because 25 is all that I can
care for with the amount of help I find
it profitable to keep," he replied.. "I
can better afford to utilize the surplus
products of the farm in some other way
than to so increase my herd that an
other milker will be required."
The farmer who feels the itching for
"more lana" should consider something
besides the price and ask himself
whether the land if acquired could be
farmed economically in conjunction
with that which he already has. If
not, he would do well to "go slow'
about incurring a burden of debt or in
vesting cash which he has earned by
the hardest kind of. toil. The best
farmers are agreed that their profits
depend upon close, careful management
and up-to-date methods .which insure
a maximum of production with a min
imum of labor, and it is the small, well
tilled farms that often show the biggest
returns per acre. The desire to exhibit
prosperity is no doubt the temptation
to which many men succumb when
they buy more land than they need, yet
they are often so plain in dress and
manners that they would consider it
rank injustice should anyone accuse
them of wanting to "make a display.
Jlach of women's daily woe is due to
kidney trouble. Sick
kidneys cause back
ache, languor, blind
insomnia and urinary
troubles. To cure
yourself you must
cure the kidneys.
Profit by the experi
ence of others who
have been cured.
Mrs. William W.
Paterson, N. J., says:
"I have not; only seen
iuuvu ttujiering ana
many deaths from
kidney trouble, but I have suffered my
self. At one time I thought I could not
live. My back ached, there were fre
quent headaches and dizzy spells, and
the kidney secretions were disordered.
Doan's Kidney Pills helped me from the
first, and soon relieved me entirely of all
the distressing and painful symptoms."
A FREE TRIAL of this great kidney
medicine which cured Mrs. Brown will
be mailed on 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.
BRIDGE WHIST RULES
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PAFRAETS BOOK CO., TROY, N.Y.
paioi 2 ointi.
THE STRUGGLNG FOREIGNER
How He Gets Things Twisted When
He First Comes to Thia
BLACK LOCUST FOR POSTS.
Quite Popular in Some Sections, But
Not as Reliable as the Honey
EVERLAS TXIVGr i
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SOUTHERN FOUNDRY CO., Owensboro, Kentucky.
True to His Friends.
An answer to an advertisement for a
school assistant "taiiible of teaching tba
classics as far as Homer and Virgil"
makes one of the best stories in the Dean
of Bristol's recent book, "Odds and Ends."
'"Sir,'' the answer ran, "with reference
to the advertisement in the Times re
specting a school assistant, 1 beg to state
that 1 should be happy to fill that situa
tion, but as most of my friends reside in
London, and not knowing how far Homer
and Virgil is from town, 1 beg to state
that I should not like to engage to teach
the classics farther than Hammersmith or
Furnham Green, or at the very utmost
distance, farther than Brentford."
-v It is not helps, but obstacles; not facili
ties but difficulties, that make men.
Chesterfield: When a man seeks your
advice he generally wants your praise.
K'hawking and Spitting, Dropping
Into the Throat, FoulBreath,
through" the; blood
( By Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.)
TO PROVE IT, SAMPLE SENT FREE,
Botanic Blood Balm fB. B. B.l hai cured to stay
cured more cases of Caiarrh than all others remedies
combined. B.B.B. kills or destroys theawful catarrhal
poison in the biood which causes the symptoms, and
thus makes a perfec t lasting cure of the worst old case
The poison In the Hood produces bad. offensive, fetid
breath. bad teeth.and sickness of the stomach: in some
cases vomiting upclear phlegm; enlareement of the
soft bones of the nose .affecting- sense of smell.utcera
tiens of the mucous membranes, hawking, spitting up
lumps, weak stomach, nose bleeding, headachesnor
Ing while asleep, stopping up of the nose: thin, hot
blood, all run down, specks flyitig before the eyes.Ionr
spirited, etc. Botanic Blood Balm B. B. B.J forces its
way through every blood vessel and vein, expelling
all catarrhal poison that stands In Its way. per
manently removes every symptom and thus makes
a perfect cure. B.B.B. sends a flood of rich,
pure blood direct to the affected parts, giving
warmth aud strength just where It Is needed.
Deafness. Ringing In the Ears, Head Noises.
Nearly all cases of Deafness are caused by Catarrhal
Poison In the blood. The air passages become
clogged by catarrhal deposits stopping the action of
the vibratory bones. Thousands of sufferers from
ven total deafness have had their hearing per
manently testored by taking B. B. B. for catarrh.
B. B. B. gradually removes the catarrhal deposit from
the air passages, thus making the nerves of the ear
respond to the symptoms of approaching deafness
and catarrh. B.B.B. never fails to remove ringing in
the ears or head noises In a few week's time. If deaf or
hard of hearing try Botanic Blood Balm B. B. B.
It may be the very remedy your system needs.
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Bottle.wUh complete direction for home cure. Sample
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Describe your trouble, and special free medical advice,
to suit your case will be sent In sealed letter.
A Negro's Retort.
Among the employe of the bureau of
engraving and printing i a negro who
has been in the bureau for many years
and who is noted for good humor and a
certain degree of wit. A few days ago aa
Irishman, also employed in the bureau,
after having encountered the negro "ini
debate," remarked: "Jinn, yeu must be an
"Oh, go Hong," replied Jim. "It is bad
'nough to be a niggeT."' Philadelphia
Harris "Was that your- sister I saw
with you yesterday afternoon?" Barlow
'"bhe wasn't when you savr us. It was
later in the evening when ah. became my
Kilter." Boston Transcript,
A. Boy's Story.
Cross Roads, Warren Co Tenn., Slay
2nd. Orbra loung, the eleven-year-old
Fori of Mr. Lester Young,. f this place,
has never been a strong boy for almost
from his birth. He has suffered more or
less with a distressing Kidny Complaint.
Ilecently, however, he has appeared to be
growing stronger and better till, indeed,
to-day lie is a splendid looking hearty lad.
He is a bright and very intelligent boy
and speaks of bis former illness in this
"I have been bothered "with Kidney
Trouble nearly all my life. 1 was grad
ually growing worse and at last it got sc
bad tnat I had to get up three or four
times every night. I commenced to use
a medicine called Dodd's Kidney Pills and
in a short time I was better. Now I can
sleep all night without getcmer up and 1
feel well all the time. Podd's Kidney
Pills are a good remedy, and I can't help
but speak a good word for them."
And, as if the army of kissing relatives
were not enough, Russian officialdom had
to put up its lips at the railway station
for General Kouropatkin to salute. Ihe
idea gives us a new light on the meaning
of General Sherman's imperishable remark
about the helli&hness of war. N. Y. Press.
The black locust makes excellent post
imber in . localities adapted to its
growth; that Is. where it Is not killed
by the borer before It gets large enough
for such use. The locust .does not
grow as rapidly as the softer woods,
such as the catalpa, but it makes a
very hard and durable post. We believe
for most localities the yellow or honey
locust will give better satisfaction than
the black locust. So far as we are
aware, this variety Is not attacked by
the borer. We have known trees of thi3
variety to stand unharmed by the side
of a black locust grove, every tree in
which was killed. The black locust has
the faculty of throwing up sprouts
from the roots whenever the top is cut
off or killed by borers, so that a grove
of this variety is self-renewing and if
planted a little thin iu the start may
be thickened up by cutting them off and
nducing them to throw tip sprouts
from the roots. The great trouble Is
that the borer is liable to strike them
ust before they are- large enough to be
valuable as posts. The honey locust.
while free from possible destruction
by the borer, makes just as good post
timber, and vre believe grows .about aa
fast as the black variety. The rate of
growth, as with any other tree, de
pends much upon the conditions of the
soil and rainfall". Under favorable con
ditfons the larger trees in a grove of
this" timber should be five to eight Inches
through in 20 years, and should carry
a fairly uniform slzfc of trunk to
height of 25 feet. Prairie Farmer,
AN EXCELLENT" MPLEMENT.
One Ahead of Him.
Two candidates for office In Mis
sourl were stumping the northern part
of the State and in one town their
appearance was almost simultaneous
The candidate last arriving happened
to stop at a house for the purpose of
getting a drink of water. To the little
girl who answered his knock at the
door he said when she had given him
the desired draught and he had offered
her in recompense some candy: "Did
the man ahead of me give you any
"Oh! yes, sir," replied the bright
girl; "he gave me candy."
"Ah!" exclaimed the candidate,
here's five cents for you. I don't sup
pose that he gave you any money?"
The youngster laughed merrily.
Yes, he did, too! He gave me ten
cents ! "
Not to be outdone, the candidate
gave the little one another nickel, and.
picking her up in his arms, kissed her,
"Did he kiss you, too?" he asked,
"Indeed, he did, sir!" responded the
little girl, "and he kissed ma, too!"
A Soft Snap.
Ex-Senator Mason, of Illinois, was
seated with a party of friends in a
Washington cafe one evening when
the circle was joined by the son of a
big Western capitalist whose aim in
life seemed to be a continuous jubilee.
He was of that class inelegantly
known as "butters in," and it was soon
evident that his presence was dis
tasteful to the senator. "My old man
doesn't put up a cent for me," said the
young man, displaying a fat roll of
greenbacks. "I'm on my own re
"How did you manage it?" asked
one of the party. 'Y'ou must have
some sort of a 'snap "
"This is my 'snap, said the gay
spendthrift, impressively touching his
"And there's not a softer 'snap' Id
the world," assented Senator Mason.
"Why aren't you as smart as some
of .these story-book detectives?" "I
would be, answered the plain-clothes
man, "if I could follow their method
and invent a crime to fit my theories
instead of fnventing theories to fit a
crime." Washington Star,
WILD WITH ECZEMA
And Other Itclilnsr, Bnrnlng, Sc.lj
Eroptloni, 'with Lou of Hair
Speedily Cared by Caticara-
Bathe the affected parts with hot water
and Cuticura Soap, to cleanse the surface
of crusts and scales and soften the thick
ened cuticle; dry, without hard rubbing,
and apply Cuticura Ointment freely, to al
lay itching,' irritation and inflammation,
and soothe and heal ; and, lastly, take Cuti
cura Resolvent Pills to cool and cleanse
the blood. A single set, costing but $1.00,
is often sufficient to cure the most tortur
ing, disfiguring skin, scalp and blood
humors, with Iges of hair, when all else
"What's the row over on the next
street?" '"Only a wooden wedding."
"Wooden wedding?" "Yes; a couple of
Poles getting married." Princeton Tiger.
The man who looks too far ahead is
apt to miss some good things of the
present. Philadelphia Press.
Give the reins to appetite and you give
wings to happiness. liam'g Horn.
It Does Splendid Service in Smoofi-
ing- the Surface After Use
of rite Harrow.
Take a log the length of harrow,.
split it in two and" attach each end of iir
'Goodness only knows,"' said the old
parson, "I have had a hard time sepa
rating the good from the bad." "Ex
cuse me," spoke up the doubtful dea
con, "but are you alluding to the con
gregation or the collection box?"
Chicago Daily News.
to a harrow, portrayed by means at
a stout wire about six feet long, plac
ing the oval side of log down. Such an
implement works weir in smoothing
the surface after the harrow. Mrs. C
Carpener, in Epitomist.
A Study in Vegetable Nature.
Vegetable nature is very much like
human nature, it will steal from it
neighbor, and in vegetable life we must
give back to the tree that which has
been taken from it. Lack of moisture
may prevent bearing the following
year. The full annual duty of a tree
Is to perfect its fruit and prepare for
next year's crop. A continuous mois
ture supply is necessary to maintain
activity in the tree, as it will make a
large draft upon soil moisture, while
making new wood and large fruit, and
if moUture fails then it may be forced
into dormancy before it can furnish
good strong buds for the following
year's bloom. Epitomist.
Don't Buy Cheap Fertilizers.
High grade fertilizers are the cheap
est The Connecticut station, summa
rizing its analyses last year, said:
"Dollar for dollar, the buyer gets mora
than twice as much plant food in spe
cial manures, which cost $3 to $40 per
ton than in those which he can buy for
$25. Goods which are cheap are made
cheap by taking out nitrogen and pot
ash and filling with phosphoric acid."
The same truth is emphasized by other
experiment stations and state fertilizer
inspectors. .In other words, when buy
ing from reputable concerns, you get
just what you pay for, whether it's fer
tilizers or aaythinj; else. Orange Judi
Daniel Boon was cutting his way
through the forests of Kentucky. "
am wondering," he mused, looking
clown at the dark and bloody ground,
whether they will ever get oft any
newspaper jokes on me about whisky
It seems they never did.
SOAKED IN COFFEE
Until Toa Stiff to Bend Over.
"When I drank, coffee I often had sick
headaches, nervousness and biliousness
much of the time but about 2 years
ago I went to visit a friend and got
La the habit of drinking Postum.
"I have never touched coffee since
and the result has been that I have
been entirely cured of all my stomach
and nervous trouble.
"My mother was Just the same way,
we all drink Postum now and have
never had any coffee in the house for
2 years and we are all well.
"A neighbor of mine, a great coffee
drinker, was troubled with pains in her
side for years and was an invalid. She
was not able to do her work and could
not even mend clothes or do anything
at all where she would have to bend
forward. If she tried to do a little
hard work she would get such pain3
that she would have to lie down for
the rest of the day.
"I persuaded her at last to stop
drinking coffee and try Postum Food
Coffee and she did so and she has used
Postum ever since; the result has
been that she can now do her work,
can sit for a whole day and mend and
can sew on the machine and she never
feels the least bit of pain in her side
in fact she has got well and it shows
coffee was the cause of the whole
"I could, also tell you about, several
other neighbors who have been cured
by quitting coffee and using Postum
in Its place." Name given by Postum
Co., Battle Creek, Mich.
Look in each pkg. for the famous
little book, "The Road to Wellville.
Boys and girls who are born in this
country and imbibe a knowledge of its in
stitutions and its geography with their
every -dai' conversation have diihculty ia
passing examinations on them in school.
It is little wonder, then, that the immi
grants described in the 2s ew York Tribuns
have trouble with their examinations when
they apply for naturalization papers.
"How is the president elected?" one of
them was asked recently.
The applicant squirmed as if his memory
was about to collapse. Then a gleam of
intelligence came into his eves and lie said:
$v a big-a maehoritv.
A native of Denmark, big-boned and
flaxen-haired, was asked now many states
there are in the union.
"New York, New Chicago. New Boston,
rew Jersey ana a lot more, he replied.
On further questioning it was found that
he had gathered that the name of the state
was that of the town with "New" pre
An Animal Hirage.
In a speech before the curtain in a west
ern town a lew nights ago Jzra Kendall
announced that he was writing a book of -information
for "Rounders V ho Go the
"Did vou ever awaken in the mornine."
be asked his hearers, "and see an animal
mirage? It is a dissolving caravan, with
everything in it from four paws to no
paws. The doctor says that my mirages
are caused trom eating animal crackers
when a child and then rreservincr them in
alcohol as 1 grew up. N. 1. limes.
X. C. S. Almanac for 1904.
The Kansas Citv Southern Rail WAV
company s Annual Almanac is now readv
for distribution. It contains the usual
monthly calendars, many useful household
hints and information concerning the
country in Missouri, Arkansas, The Indian
Territory, Texas and Louisiana. Write
for a coov to. S. CJ. W arner. Gen. Pass
& Tkt. Agt. K. C. S. Ry., Kansas City,
Wft TtmiV.f nf T
"Blank's wife thinks he's a crack shot
on his hunting expeditions." said his
friend, "but the truth is, lie couldn't hit
a duck if it would sit up and pose for him.
You see, he's a schemer he can afford to
be, with that honest face of his. Out at
camp he just loafs around all the time, and
then on the way home he stops at the
market, buys a bag of game, and presents
it to his wile as a souvenir ot the hunt.
"Hm!" mused the other; "he's what
you'd call a dead game sport, isn't he?"
JJetroit Jtree 1'ress.
Shake Into Your Shoes
Allen's Foot-Ease. Itcures nainful. swollen.
smarting, sweating feet. Mukes new shoesi
easy, isoid by all Druggists and Jsnoe Stores.
Don'taccept anv substitute. Sample FREE.
A Particular Lady.
Nuritch I think I'll take this
You're sure it's made of refined
J e weler Certainly.
"Because I do detest anything that ain't
refined. Philadelphia Public .Ledger.
"Why," exclaimed the surprised suitor,
"what is the sofa doing in the vestibule?'
The pretty girl blushed. " Papa said we
remained so long in the vestibule saying
irood-nieht that it would be much better
to make love here and say 'good-night' in
the parlor. Philadelphia liecord.
viso's Cure for Consumption is an infalli
ble medicine for cough and colds. N. W.
Banvuel, Ocean Grove, N. J., Feb. 17, 1900.
The best maxims may be on the lips of
the worst men. Kam a liorn.
You can rlo vonr rlveintr in half an hmir
with Putnam fadeless Dyes.
Counterfeiters have a oueer wav
making a living. N. Y. Hetkly.
A Golden Rule
Be good to your land and your crop
will be good. Plenty of
in thefertilizerspellsquality I
and quantity in the har
vest. Write as and
we will send you.
Jree, by next mail,
our money winning
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T.olC for niin and wiee on bottom.
ronjila uses Corona CoHokin, which i
ereryw here concerted tonetherlneat i atent
Xatber yet produced1, fait Color Eyelets ue4.
Saut ny man. lt wnn r xira. w rii ror uaLaioic.
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, WRITES DR. KEMBALL.
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Host of the Ailments Peculiar to the
Female Sex are Due to Catarrh
of the Pelvic Organs.
Rachael J. Kemball, M. D., SS4
Virginia St., Buffalo, N. Y., is a
graduate of th e University of Buffalo, '
class 1S84, and has been in the prae- '
tice of medicine in that city since ,
then. She writes as follows :
"My conviction, supported by 1
experience, is that Peruna is a valu-'
able preparation for all catarrhal !
affections. I have taken one bottle 1
of Peruna myself and just feel fine. !
I shall continue to take it. "-Rachael
J. Kemball, M. D.
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Peruna has cured thousands of cases
of female weakness. As a rule, how
ever. "be fore Peruna is resorted to several
other remedies have been tried in vain.
A great many of the patientshave taken
local treatment, submitted themselves
to surgical operations, and taken all
sorts of doctor s stuff, without any
The reason of so manv failures is the
fact that diseases peculiar to the female
sex are not common
ly recognized as be
ing caused by ca
tarrh. These organs
are lined by mucous membranes. Any
mucous membrane is subject to catarrh.
Uatarrn oi one organ is exactly me
same as catarrn oi any omer organ.
"What will cure catarrh of the head will
also cure catarrh of the pelvic organs.
Peruna cures these cases simply because
it cures the catarrh.
Most of the women afflicted with pel
vie. diseases have no idea that their
trouble is due to catarrh. The majority
of the people think that catarrh is a dis
ease confined to the head alone.
This is not true. Catarrh is liable to
attack any organ of the body; throat,
bronchial tubes, lungs, stomach, kid
neys and especially the pelvic organs.
Many a woman has made this dis
covery after a long siege of useless treat
ment. She has made the discovery that
her disease is catarrh, and that Peruna
can be relied upon to cure catarrh
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory 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 you his valuable ad
Address Dr. TTartman, President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
FREE to WOMEN
A Large Trial Box and book of in
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Paxtlne Is In powder
form to dissolve la
alcohol which irritates
Inflamed surfaces, and
bave no cleansing prop
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of every box makes
mora .Antiseptic Solu
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Coes further has mora
uses la the family and
does more good than any
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The formula of a noted Boston physician,
and used with great success as a Vaginal
Wash, for Leucorrhoea, Pelvic Catarrh, Nasal
Catarrh, Sore Throat, Sore- Eyes, Cuts,
and all soreness of mucus membrane.
In local treatment of female ills Paitine Is
invaluable. Used as a Vaginal Wash wa
challenge the world to produce its equal for
thoroughness. It is a revelation in cleansing
and healing power; it kills all germs which
cause inflammation and discharges.
All leadingdruggists keep Paitine; price, 50.
a box; if yours does not, send tons for it. .Don't
take a substitute there is nothing like Fax tine.
Write for the Free Box of Paxtlne to-day.
R. PAXTOH CO., 4 Pope Bldg., Boston, Mass.
Of the Skin and Scalp
Speedily Cured by
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TOWER5 ?armrvts and
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To cleanse the skin of crusts
and scales, and soften the
thickened cuticle, gentle ap
plications of CUTICURA
Ointment to instantly allay
itching, irritation, and inflam
mation, and soothe and heal,
and mild doses of CUTI
CURA Pills (to cool and
cleanse the blood.
A sinele SET, costing bntOne Dollar,
is often sufficient to cure the most
torturing, disfiguring skin, scalp, and
blood humors, eczemas, rashes, itch-
iogs, and irritations, with loss of hair,
from infancy to age, when all else fails
Sold fhrotuhoot th world. Cntievrs Somp, J5e Ohil;
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Potter Imr Ctaem. Corp., Sol Proprietor.
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Cured. Gives quisle
relief. Removes all
swelling ia 8 to 20
cure 30 to 60 days. Trial treatment free.
Or. H. H. Green Sons, Box D, Atlanta. 6a.
Safety, Luxury and Comfort
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