Newspaper Page Text
v $ .Wf
I urug naDit.
Thousands of women suffer from pelvic catarrh and catarrhal
nervousness and don't know it. If you feel fagged out, begin at
once taking Dr. Hartman's Peruna. It will relieve your catarrhal
affliction and all your organs will
bottle to-day, as It will Immediately alleviate your case.
"Who are you?" demanded the boll
"My scientific name said the red ant,
"as nearly as I can remember it, is Selenop
is Debilig Texana."
"For a name like that," retorted the oth
er, "you pre?ent a most unimposing and
"See ii you like my interior any better,"
the red ant said, proceeding at once to ful
fill its mission. Chicago Tribune.
' The inventors of the little things are the
tnen who make the big money. For in
stance, there i the man who invented the
idea of cutting matches crossways of the
crain of the wood. When you strike that
kind of a match it's ten to one it snaps off.
Jut think of the increased number of
snatches consumed because of this.
Vne hear much of self-made men; little of
elf-made women. And yet to judge by some
women's faces Indianapolis News.
The Kind You Have Always
in use for over 30 years,
7??? J?aT Bonal supervision since its infancy
f'CCCCAX Allow no ono tn deceive vou in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment
What is CASTORIA
, Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. Ifc
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Karcoti
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverislmess. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The KM You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TH CCKTAWR OOMMNf. TT MURMT STRICT. NEW YORK CITY.
i ' ' """" Mcrrr:,": , :;."?r.T:.'; T:-m
NEW RIVAL" BLACK POWDER SHELLS.
It's the thoroughly modern and scientific system of load
ing and the use of only the best materials which make
Winchester Factory Loaded "New Rival" Shells give bet
ter rattern. penetration
ally than any other shells. The special paper and the Win
chester patent corrugated head used in making "New
Rival" shells give them strength to withstand reloading.
BE SURE TO GET WINCHESTER MAKE OF SHELLS.
TO MAKE A FORTUNE!
I am forming a gigantic pool to speculate in cotton and grain.
Subscriptions of $10 and up received. Being right in the heart of
the cotton-growing district, and in touch with the largest cotton and
grain dealers in the world, am in a position to make this pool an
enormous success. .
For full information address
A Beautiful Youm Society
St. Pact., Mink. )
521 Wabasha St. f
Dr. Ilartman, Columbus, O., .
44 1 took Peruna last summer
ewhen Invas alt run down, and
had a headache and backache,
and no ambition for anything,
I novo feet as well as I ever
did in all my life, and ah
thanks is due to your excellent
Peruna." Bess F, Healy,
Tlie symptoms of summer ca
tarrh arc quite unlike in differ
ent cases, but the most common
ones are peneral lassitude,
played-out, tired-out, used-up,
run-down feelings, combined
with more or less heavy, stupid,
listless, meutal condition. Relish
for food and the ability to digest
food seems to be lost.
Skin eruptions, sallow com
plexion, biliousness, coated
tongue, fitful, irrepular sleep,
help to complete the picture
which is so common at this
Peruna so exactly meets all
these conditions that the demand
is so great for this remedy at this
season of the year that it is
nearly impossible to supply it.
Pe-rtr-naContains No Narcotics.
One reason why Peruna has
found permanent use in so many
homes is that it contains no nar
cotics of any kind. Perunais per
fectly harmless. It can be used
any length of time without
acquiring the drug habit.
be restored to health. Buy a
ject of my call, sir. To be brief, I want to
inarrv vour daueater
Mr'. Roxley Eh? What! I'm surprisei
that you should think of such a thing. Th
idea! . ,. ,
fhe girl. She's all right." Philadelphia
Hew son That man Scalper has a natural
bent toward speculation.
Hume Yes. and the last time he bent too
far and went broke. Town Topics.
Usually, when you hear a man complain'
ir.g of '"too much mother-in-law," you may
set it aown as a case oi too mucn sou-iu-iaw.
The biggest brain is the one that can. think
most oi others. Chicago lribune.
Bought, and which has been
has home the signature of
has been made under his per
and more uniform results gener
Manager, Memphis, Tenn.
Phenomena of "Pulsation of Moving
Water" Interferes Greatly
Since 1902, when the United States
geological survey published water
supply and irrigation paper, No. - 64
entitled "The Accuracy of Stream
Measurements," considerable addi
tional data has been collected in re
gard to this subject. Among these
are the results of investigations made
by Mr. Edward C. Murphy in the hy
draulic laboratory of Cornell univer
sity, concerning the flow of small and
moderate sized streams and the re
sults of high-water measurements made
by him near Oswego, and at Bingham
ton. This paper also contains a report
on a series of vertical velocity measure
ments made under ice on streams In
the Catskill mountains, which are of spe
cial interest, as they are the most ex
tensive series of measurements of this
kind which have been made.
The accuracy of the measurement
of a stream depends largely upon the
accuracy with which the cross-sec
tional area and the velocity are meas
ured. There is no special difficulty in
measuring the first factor, but the see
ond factor is very difficult to deter
mine, chiefly because it is constantly
changing. The velocity varies not
only from the surface to the bottom
of the stream, and from one bank to
the other, so that it is necessary to
measure it at many points, but is con
stantly changing at every point, even
when the cross-sectional area and the
discharge remain constant.
Several experimenters have observed
the phenomenon of "pulsation of mov
ing water," and a few have tried to
measure it, but as yet little is known
of the magnitude and frequency of
the pulsations or of the laws governing
them. A knowledge of such phenomena
Is evidently of vital Importance in mak
ing and computing stream measurc
nents. If only a few observations of
velocity are made, these may all, or
nearly all, be made at a time of maxi
mum impulse, and thus the measured
mean velocity be too large; or it is pos
sible that most of the observations may
be made at a time of minimum impulse,
and thus the mean velocity be too
The investigations made have also
an important bearing on the kind of
instruments best suited to measure
the velocity, as some the float rod,
for example give the velocity of a
single impulse, while others as the
current meter show the average ve
locity due to all the impulses during the
The motion of water in an open chan
nel Is not, however, simply a succession
of impulses. On the contrary, it is ex
ceedingly complex, and is very different
from the uniform flow in parallel
straight lines (hat is assumed in deriv-
ingtheordinary hydraulic formulas. Un
der close observation the water of the
most undisturbed streams Is seen to
contain some particles that move up,
others that move down, and stiirothers
that move across.
The accuracy of a discharge measure
ment also depends much upon the phys
ical features of the stream at the dis
charge section or point cf measurement.
Seldom are all the conditions favorable
for the most accurate work.
Discharge measurements of streams
flowing in natural and artificial chan
nels have been made with various
kinds of instruments and in many ways.
The earlier ones were made with crude
instruments, and in some cases the sur
face velocity only was observed, the
mean velocity being computed from a
formula which we now know is not cor
rect. Very little seems to have been
done in the way of determining the de
gree of accuracy f the measurements.
Kven when the experimenter has used
two or more instruments to measure ve
locity, he does not appear to have made
simultaneous measurements with dif
ferent instruments, or to have employed
different methods with the same instru
ments, in order to test the accuracy of
the results. ,
These matters are all discussed in de
tail in Mr. Murphy's paper, which is list
ed as Water Supply and Irrigation Pa
per No. 95, and may be obtained on ap
plication to the director of the United
States geological survey, Washington,
THE CHOP SUEY COPYRIGHT.
Claimed by a San Francisco China
man Who Wants Back
If people can be required tc pay roy
ilties on gold teeth that they have
worn for years, and on driven wells
irom which their fathers have drunk
before them, there would seem to be
ao reason why they might not have to
pay them on copyrighted dishes, which
they have long ago eaten and digested,
says the New York Mail. There is a
San Francisco Chinaman who claims
o have a copyright on the dish called
:hop suey, and he wants his back roy
alties as well as his front ones.
It must be explained, first of all, that
hop suey is not a Chinese dish. This
is no news even to amateur orientals,
but probably it is to the average Amer
ican citizen. It is a San Francisco in
rention, or rather adaptation; it is an
Irish stew translated into Chinese for
purely occidental degugtation. With
its usual black ignorance of oriental
ways, the American public accepted it
it once as the Chinese national dish,
upon which the son of heaven and his
imperial household are supposed to
Jine every day. Even American offi
zials were surprised when Prince Pu
Lun blandly inquired in Chinatown the
other day: "What is chop suey?"
Oriental or occidental. It is a good
dish. It constitutes a ration in which
a nice balance has been reached be
tween the animal and the vegetable,
between protein and mere bulk. If
Mr. Lem Sen, of San Francisco, can
establish his copyright on the use of
the dish in the future, he may become
a millionaire,' honorably and usefully,
rf he succeeds in making his patent
retroactive he will produce a certain
distrets in regions where the ingredi
ents of the dish itself have seldom
wrought any disturbance.
An aurtinn sale of the animale of the
zoological gardens 'in Ghent yielded ex
traordinary low prices $62 for an ele-
plant. $70 for three zebras, while bears
and monkeys were sold for only five tc
eight collars each. Petroit Free Frees.
HOLD SOW PUSS
Upwards of Five Thousand Infan
try, With Artillery, Oc
cupy, the Position.
SAID TO BE ENGAGING RUSSIANS
FROM SIA1HATSZA WESTWARD
The Jnpanrae Moving: l"p Their Re
nerves to Rflnforcc the SIktott
Pnsa Column, "Which I Espeeteil
to PtiHh Fornard tiion Their Ar
Sintzintin, 70 miles east of Mukden,
Manchuria, July 24. According to re
Manchuria, July .23. According, to re
ports from Chinese sources Sigow
Pass, ten miles northwest of Saimats
za, is held by more than 5,000 Japan
ese infantry and artillery. It is be
lieved that this column has engaged
the Russian force proceeding from
Saimatsza westward. The Japanese
are moving up their reserves to rein
force the Sigow Pass column, which is
expected to push forward upon the ar
rival of the reinforcements.
Heavy cannonading was heard July
Reports to the effect that 20,000 Jap
anese have appeared at Huaiyenship,
40 miles to the southeast, are believed
to be inventions spread by the Japan
ese with the aid of the Chinese.
A Report of Klrlnje at 5m Being:
Heard Proves Incorrect.
Tokio, July 23. A report from
Uraga that cannonading had been
heard at sea is unfounded. The where
abouts of the Vladivostok squadron is
not known. It is presumed the Rus
sian warships are cruising off the
coast in the hope of intercepting lin
ers. The majority of the latter have
The Vlmliroatok 9inalron.
Tokio, July 23. The Vladivostok
squadron was seen at noon Friday, 80
miles off Hilachi province. The squad
ron was going south.
Rain Falling: In Torrents.
Ta Tche Kiao, Friday, July 22.
Rain has been falling in torrents here
for two days and movements on both
Russian and Japanese rides have been
suspended. The real rainy season
seems to have set in. On the eastward
matters also are quiet.
WRECK ON THE SANTA FE
M-vpres Messenner Sewell, of Kan
sas City, Killed and Several Oth
er Person Indl- Hurt.
Kansas City, Mo., July 23. Atchison,
Topeka & Santa Fe passenger train
No. 6, east-bound, from Colorado, was
partially derailed five miles west of
Kinsley, Kas., while ' running at a
high rate of speed. Express Messen
ger Sewell, of .Kansas City, was killed.
Several other persons were seriously
injured. A brake beam on the mail
car dropping caused that car, the ex
press car and a smoker to go into the
ditch. The other cars remained up
right. A special train bearing physicians
went to the scene from Topeka.
Kinsley is 200 miles west of Tope
ka. A FAMOUS BUSINESS TEAM
The Pa hut Brewing: fo.'a Sixteen
Horse Team From Milvraultee
At the World's Kalr.
SL Louis, July 23. The famous 16
horse team of the Pasbt Brewing Co.
of Milwaukee has been entered In
competition for prizes in the business
horse event3 at the World's fair. The
Pabst team has won prizes in every
horse show in the country and is a re
markably boauti?ul aggregation of
pure bred black and gray Percherons.
The appointments, wagon, harness
and all equipments, with which the
horses are shown are extremely hand
some and costly.
Due to Spoiled Meat.
Ithaca, N. Y., July 23. More than
100 of the company of Porto Ricar
teachers who are attending the sum
mer session at Cornell university here
were stricken with a slight form of
ptomaine poisoning, Friday, due to
partaking of tainted meat.
Their Golden Wedding-.
St. Louis, July 23. Judge and Mrs.
Thomas E. Ackerman celebrated the
golden anniversary of their wedding
Friday at their home in Glencoe, St.
Louis county. Friends of the coupl
from all over the county gathered to
Floater Was Kscaped Convict.
Independence, Mo., July 23. Warden
Jewett of the Lansing (Kas.) peniten
tiary identified the body of the floater
found in the river here as that of Je
rome B. Macklin, an escaped convict
Bent from Blaine county, Oklahoma,
The King' Physician Summoned.
Copenhagen, JuJy 23. Prof. Schou,
body surgeon to King Christian, has
been summoned to Schwerin, where
the king is staying. Prof. Schou left
at once for Schwerin.
Sir John Simon, K. C. n.
London, Jnlj" 23. Sir John Simon.
K. C. B., fomer president of the Royal
College of Surgeons, and the Royal So
ciety, Is dead. He was Irorn in 1816.
Caking of Great Man.
"Socrates was a wonderfully ratient. for
bearing, foririvirc. thoiic'i greatly imposed
irpxn. man," said Mrs-. Mfekton.
ies, answered Ijconida. and I unoer
stand h owed it all to his wife." Washing
BBsaap' s w
To cure, or money refunded by your merchant, so why notjtryjtj Price 50c.
Millinery merchants are complaining
ot poor trade.
Egypt imports annually about ?15C,
000 worth of "cigarette paper."
A company has recently been organ
ized at Rendsburg, Prussia, to distill al
cohol from peat
The value of artificial and chemica.
fertilizers annually used in Italy is esti
mated at $8,250,000.
Scientists estimate that there Is en
ergy enough in 50 acres of sunshine to
run the machinery of the world, could
it be concentrated.
Since 1896 the exports of German toys
have risen from $9,280,000 to $13,566,000
a year. The native consumption is esti
mated at $16,660,000 a year.
In. consequence of the discovery by
Prof. Schroen that the bacillus of con
sumption is not the same as that of
tuberculosis, it is held in German med
ical circles that the present treatment
of consumption will be radically
Cobalt Is one of the minerals found in
the atmosphere of the sun and In
meteorities. It usually occurs associat
ed with nickel, arsenic and sulphur, and
is frequently an incidental product in
the working of copper, bismuth and
Milk kept in a shallow basin will re
main sweet for a longer tfme than if kept
in a deep jug.
If a tablespoonful ox paraffin be added
to the pail of hot water used for washing
tiles, it will both cleanse and brighten
Before weighing molasses dredge the
scale well with flour, for this will pre
vent the treacle from sticking, and it
may be jpoured off without waste.
Alum water will restore most faded
flowers. Brush the faded article thor
oughly free from dust, cover it with a
layer of castile soap, rinse In clear
water, then in alum water, and the color
will'usually be much brighter than be
fore. Proved Beyond a Doubt.
Middlesex, X. Y., July 25. (Special)
That Rheumatism can be cured has been
proved beyond a doubt by Mrs. Betsey
A. Cluwson, well known here. That Mrs.
Clawrion had Rheumatism and had it bad
all her acquaintances know. They also
know she 18 now cured. Dodd's Kidney
did it. JIr. Clawson tells the story
of her cure as follows:
"1 was an invalid for most five years
caused by Inflammatory Rheumatism,
helpless two-thirds of the time. The firgt
j-ear I could not do as much as a baby
could do; then I rallied a little bit and
then a relapse. Then a year ago the gout
pet in my hands and feet. I suffered un
told agony and in August, 1903, when my
husband died I could not ride to the
"I only took two boxes of Dodd's Kid
ney Pills and in two weeks I could wait
on myself and paw my own wood. I dug
my own potatoes and gathered my own
garden last fall. Dodd's Kidney Pills
llhouinatism is caused bv uric acid in
the Mood. Dodd's Kidney Pills put the
Kidneys in shape to take all the uric acid
out of the blood. -
If a man could slide easily through the
world becau-e he happened to have curly
hair and a dimple, he wouldn't develop as
much ene as a woman- does under the
same circumstances. N. Y. Time.
It is not so much what you pay for, but
what you get that needs close attention
when buying Funeral 8upplies, and o
strongly impressed with this fact are
those who know what they are doing that
they insist on laying their friends away
in "National" Caskets.
A man's idea of economy is making his
wife wear her last year's bonnet, while he
doesn't cut down on his cigar supply. Balti
Fits stopped free and permanently cured.
No fits after first day's use of Dr. Kline's
Great Nerve Restorer. Free $2 trial bottle &
treatise. Dr. Kline, 031 Arch at., Phila., Fa.
The college graduates who have learned to
hustle and to stand on their own feet will
find room and a welcome where the meu
with the scholarships are not admitted.
I'iso's Cure for Consumption is an infalli
ble medicine for cough and colds. N. W.
Samuel, Ocean Grove, N. J., Feb. 17, 1900.
Yhen a man says he can't make a
speech he don't grow angry if some one
contradicts him. Philadelphia Bulletin.
A miserly man is one who refuses to lend
you & few dollars. Chicago Daily New.
That bolt of lightning which struck a
bunch of dynamite down in Georgia
6urely must have had the surprise of its
life. Indianapolis News.
There is nothing a woman enjoys quite as
much as the task of reforming a bad, bold
man. Yet she seldom likes the tame result
when she's successful. Liverpool Mercury.
Memory is a fickle thing. Drsga man from
before a train and he will barely remember
ycur face ten years later, but borrow a quar
ter from him and he will not forget you to
his dying day. Chicago Tribune.
A writer of popular songs tells the Sunday
papers that his method is to jot down
meaningless words to fit his melody, and
afterwards to substitute sense for the non
sense. Readers will be glad to learn of one
who does this so many song writrs forget
that last step.
An amusing story is told in connection
with the Marconi wireless telegraphy sta
tion at Poldhu, in Cornwall. A visitor to
the neighborhood asked a native whom he
met what those high poles were that he saw.
Thc reply was: "Them's MisAer Macea
roni's poles for his spacheless wires."
We know nothing more hideous than the
things that are wrought by most silver
smiths for prizes and cups. - Racing cups,
yachting cups, and the like, are horrible
things, so that we shall soon say, not that
such-and-such an act is as horrible as sin,
but horrible as a racing cup. not that so-and-so
is as ugly as the devil, hut as ugly as a
yachting cup, or hideous as a cruet-stand.
Clarence King wrote from San Francisco
to John Hay the following leter of intro
duction some years ago: "My Dear John:
My friend, Horace i . Cutter, in the next
geological period will go east. It would be
a catastrophe if he did not know you. You
will 'swarm in.' as the Germans "say, M-hen
you meet. Lest I should not be there to
expose Mr. Cutter's alias I take this opportunity-
to divulge to you tht the police
are divided in opinion as to whether he is
Socrates or Don Quixote. I know better
b i both." Chicago Daily News.
h fu Jul
GETTING A PUFF OF FAME.
At Times It Is a Face and Then Again
a Name That Brings
Justice Brewer i from KaD?a, and hi
ftate is jutihably proud of him, says tae
Kansas City Journal. Soon after his ele
vation to the supreme bench a cigar manu
facturer in Topeka dedicated a ten-cent
"domestic" cigar to the jurist, named it
"Our Justice," and on the cover of each
box pasted a nprtrait of Mr. Brewer.
A lew yeate .ago the justice was in To
peka on a business trip, i'he hotel clerk
recognized him, and the negro bell boy, al
though he had no idea who the newcomer
was, knew from the way he was ordered
about that the patron was of some conse
quence. Going up in the elevator the negro
stared constantly at the tall, dignified man.
Suddenly the black face was wreathed
in smiles, and the boy said:
" 'Scuse me. boss, but ain't you de gm
men dat invented dem Ouah Jestice ci
gars?"' This reminds one of the man who wa
recalling famous persons who "parted their
names in the middle."
"And then." he .said, "there is 4E Pluri
bus Ununi,' the man that makes the has
SCOLDING SET TO MUSIC.
And It Took the Wagnerian Brand to
Do the Jawing Full
In one of the big One Hundred and Twen-ty-titth
street beer gardens a brass band
was playing what purported to be a Wag
nerian selection with positively deafening
effect, relates the New York Times. The
good-natured people around the tables had
wisely abandoned all effort at conversation.
Not so with one woman, a shrewish-looking
person, who was leaning over a table shak
ing her linger at her husband and doing
her best to make him hear the abuse that
she was evidently hurling at him. Sudden
ly, with one grand blare, the roufric stopped,
and the woman's voice, pitched in a veri
table scream, was heard:
"You bald-headed, sour-faced idiot, I'll "
Checked by her own strident tones she
looked about her in consternation. Not so
the husband. He was calloused to abure.
Picking up his stein he looked at his wife
"Shut up till the band starts again."
Shake Into Your Shoes
Allen's Foot-Ease. Itcures painful, swollen,
smarting, sweating feet. Wakes new shoes
easy. Sold by allDruggists and Shoe Stores.
Don'taccept anv substitute. Sample FREE
Address A. B. Olmsted, Le Roy Y.
A Japanese postcard has been published
showing a Russian admiral standing on the
beach in diver's costume, with the inscrip
tion: "Going down to review the fleet."
Columbus Evening Dispatch.
Full courses in Languages. Sciences. Engineer
ing, Law, Medicine. Splendid department for
women in Ncwcomb College. Tulano makes
leaders in all vocations. Its facilities for in
struction in Engineering are unsurpassed. Un
excelled opportunities for the study of Sugar
Chemistry. Expenses low. Beard and accom
modation in fine dormitories at low rates. Op-
Eortunities afforded academic students for self
elp. Next Session Beuins October 1st. Send
ro Catalogce and Illustrated Oscular.
Address THE PRESIDENT.
LIVE STOCK AND
IN GREAT VARIETY
FOR SALE AT THE
LOWEST PRICES BY
A. N. KELLOGG NEWSPAPER CO.
38 Jefferson Street, Memphis.
Curod. G Ives quick
ie. Removes all
piling in 8 to jo
cure 30 to 60 days. Trial treatuieut free..
Or. H. H. Green's Sons. Box D. Atlanta. Ga.
WnEN T7RIT1SO TO ADVERTISERS
pleaae Blale that yom aaw the Advert!
aa?t In this
sffrdfs BEST FOR
GUARANTEED CTTRE for all bowel troubles. appeadicitU. biliousness, bad breath, bsd blood, wind
on ths stomach, foul month, besds'-hs, indigestion, simples, point after eating, lirer trouble,
allow complexion and diizinssa. When Tour bowel, don't wove regularly you are sick. Con
stipation killa mors people than all other diieases together. You will never get well and stay well
until yon pnt yonr bowela right. Start with CASCARETS today under ahsolnta guarantee to euro
or money refunded. Sample and booklet free. Address Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or Xew York.
PRICE, 25 and SO CENTS.
CITY STORE FRONTS
For all kinds and aizes of Store Build inr. We fumi.h all material entering into the
construction of Store Fronts. Write u about yonr proposed building and tate dimen
sions and style of front and we wil I send you. FREE OF CHARGE, an elegant
Blue Print Plan, and quote you an extremely low price on one of our popular
Vodem Store Fronts. We give ycu all the style of an elegant Sew York or Chicnga
store at moderate cost. Scad for Catalogue.
SOUTHERN FOUNDRY CO.. Owensboro, Kentucky.
97 TEARS n4 FREE
tSlABUilltU 0F THE RECTUM:
AM.a ak.a ftftCltft IIP WftMPV Af that hniasfi f Rmmlast It AT. Is. CaTsUs b Ank
sitthed. RONE MID CENT TILL CURED, fursttk tlislr ntntt
TtinRUTnM A MINOR. L03lOak8t..Kan38sClty,Mo.and
s aawiin. w swov vme street, ot. om.
aaawi " ' ih..uiik ii i. ii.m ,i i . i " J ... mjj, iij, ait ll,, nmv , i M ., , ,
Miss Nellie Holmestreasurer
of the Young Woman's Temper
ance Association of Buffalo, N.Y.,
strongly advises all suffering
women to rely, as she did, up
on Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege.
" Dear Mrs. Tixkuam : Your med
icine is indeed an ideal woman's medi
cine, and by far the best 1 know to
restore lost health and strength. I
suffered misery for several years, being
troubled with menorrhagia. My back
ached, I had bearinff-down paius and
frequent headaches. I would often
wake from restful sleep, and in such
pain that I suffered for hours before I
could go to sleep ajrain. I dreaded tha
long1 nip-hts as much as the weary days.
I consulted two differeut physicians,
hoping- to get relief but finding that
their medicine did not seem to cure me.
I tried your. A'ogetable Compound
on the recommendation of a friend
from the East who was visiting me.
"I am glad that I followed her ad
vice, for every ache and pain is gone,
and not only this, but my general
health is much improved. I have
fine appetite and have gained in flesh.
My earnest advice to suffering women
is to put aside all other medicines and
to take Lydia F. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound.' Miss Nsxlm
Holmes, 540 No. Division St., Buffalo,
N. Y $5000 forfeit if original of boet letter prw
ing genuineness cinnot be produced.
FREE to WOKIER!
A Large Trial Box and book of In
structlons absolutely Free and Post
paid, enough to prove the value of
Paxtln Is In powtfer
form to dissolve la
and far superior to liquid
alcohol which Irrltatas
inflamed surfaces, and
have no cleansing prop
erties. The contents
of every box makes
more Antiseptic Solu
tion lasts longer
goes further has mora
uses In the family aad
does more good than any
you can bay
The formula of a noted Boston physician..
and used with great success as a Vaginal
Wash, for Leucorrhcta, Pelvic Catarrh, Nasal
Catarrh, Sore Throat, Sore Eyes, Cuts
and all soreness of mucus membrane.
In local treatment of female ills Paxtine is
invaluable. Used as a Vaginal Wash Te
challenge tho 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.
a 11 1 1; 1 : . 1 1 . : . ! rrt
a box; if yours does not, send to us for it. iKm'k
take a substitute there is nothing like Paxtine.
Write for the Free Box of Faxtlne to-day.
E. PAXTOH CO., 4 Pope Bldg., Boston, Kass.
T0T.EARNSOMETHIXG CCBTBI I7CDC
VALUABLE concerning Itll I 11.1X1.110
AMrew.O EK JI A MU M WO K KS, 3 Na
Street, H. Y-. or XX-i South liroad Street. Aslant. J.
UUKtS Whth't ALL LLSE FAILS. LJ1
Best CoiiKh Syrup. Tames Good. Use I5J 1
In time. Sold bv drupetts. rs
FITZGERALD 4 CO.. Hon K, Washington. D.Ck
LEAN BABIES FAT
SICK BABIES WELL
For Teething, Diarrhoea, Summer Complaint, Etc.
Contains No Poison In Any Form.
Is Pleasant to Take.
Guaranteed to Cure.
For Sale by all Druggists.
MNFG. CO., SJ; rys-
end postpaid a 232-pagt
and (titers an tppllettios. TBI 1 fill RE? Fa
1 Ikb utiiicu