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'rk'I'k Hull wiiy. 1 ur full iirtlculitrt,
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J. llcldllHoll, A.-' t. Cfll'l, l'llM. Ak'l'llt,
HVHIItmh, J. C. IIllll, (tell. 1 ItX.
't',1 lit, haviiniiiiti, (iu.
Well lis f", soften th gums, reducPKinflammae
tli l.bIIiivk nin,purvn wind eoli 26 nbottl-
JVojiIe who are in love with themselves
-: ve no fear of rivals.
UTS rcimftnently cured. No fits ornr rvou
1 em after find day's u of Dr. Kline's Great
rerel:cstorer. tit rial bottle an 1 treat lusfren
Ir. It. 11. Ki,iN,I,td.,31 AroliKt..riilla., Pa.
'fiiiip may hv money, but you've got to
spend the one to make the other.
rino Cur or Consumption. Is an lnfulliV.a
medk'liie for roughs ami colds. X. V.
Kamuk.l, Ocean drove, N. J., f oU. 17, l'JUJ.
A large whale gives on an average twenty
tons of rendered oil.
All :iiriulc. Dnap-'Wated rikln and Itloai
Diseases Cured. To Pro" It H.U.H. Iree.
Mm. M. L. Ailing, 1'ieJoniii, Ala., took
V.uUn.c. lilood I!alm (II. H. IV) wln'di ef
fectually cured- an entitig eiincir of tha
nose and face The sure healed up per
fectly Many doctor had given up her
cane at ho'.tns. Hundreds of fW'i of
cancer of the face, lip, breast, eating, of
fenaive, festering aorei, persistent pirn
pie, carbuncles, suppurating swel'inx have
been cured by the 11 It. IV; all the sores
healed up perfectly. IV IV IV a'o cure
eczema, itching humors, araba and nca'.ep,
bone pain, ulcer.', offensive pimples, blood
poison, carbuncle, scrofula, ri-unjs and
bumps on the bkiu and all blood trouble.
Druggists, $1 per large bottle To prove
it, IV B. B., free and prepaid by writing
F.otanic Bt.ooi) Balu Co., 12 Mitchell
St., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and
special free medical adrica aent in sealed
When a fellow is sharp it doesn't pay to
it on him.
Hp. Q 6 &
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Mrs. Annie McKay, Chaplain Sons of
i Temperance, 326 Spadina Ave., Toronto,
Cured of Severe Female Troubles by Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
"Dear. Mrs. Pixkham : Being a mother of five children I
have had experience with the general troubles of my sex. I was
lacerated when one of my children was born and from that hour I
date all my afflictions. I'found that within a few months my health
wis impaired, I had female weakness and serious inflammation and
frequent flooding. I became weak and dizzy but kept on my feet,
dragging through my work without life or pleasure. A neighbor
who had been helped by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound insisted that I take at least one bottle. I did so and
felt so much better that I kept on the treatment. For seven months
I used the Compound faithfully and gladly do I say it, health and
f ren&tn arc rnine once more. I know how to value it now when it
:?1.so nearly lost, and 1 appreciate how great a debt 1 owe you.
ew dollars I spent for the medicine cannot begin to pay what it
was woth to me. Yours very truly, Mrs. Anna McKay, Chaplain
Sons of Temperance."
5000 FOUFEIT IF THE ABOVE LETTER IS NOT GENUINE.
VS No other female medicine in 'the world has received such
yadespread r.nd unqualified endorsement. Refuse all substitutes,
r Mrs. linkham invites all sick women to write her for advice.
Blie has guidad thousands to health. Address. Lynn, Mass.
V ,:r'l . fl Ml IV ,C 4
Artistic Creations in Stylish Shapes!
Arc the embodiment of perfection
in STYLE, FIT, and FINISH.
Ask your dealer. Accept no substitute.
V y V
Royal Worcester Corset Co.
TjoTjcuLRjgE A JUDGE'S WIFE pel mtarrh
tin-i( ,.' ..1
foll Atouu I Triiiik of Trrrt.
Tin' Kull hliotild li t'livuiM nroutiil
t he InmkH of trees, riles of rubblsli,
i!eal ki'msm, etoiien or other nccuiiuila
Hons afford liarlmrlns iilace.s for ln
K.'ets. Wnslilnj; tin trees with Kiror.x
HoajiKiitls and Riving them thick t-oats
of whitewash not only adds to the ap
lienrauce of nn orchard, hut nl.-o henc
tlts the trees. It may he done several
times during the year.
I'.nnrdy I'or Cherry I!ot.
Ceoi'Ke T. l'owell, director of the
School of l'ractler.l Aftrlcultinv nnd
Horticulture at liriarcllffo Manor, N.
Y., a noted fruit grower, Kays that he
saved hi crop of chcrrh' this year by
lierslstent Kprayinji with the simple
Kolutlou of copp'ei nulphate, three to
four ounces to tifty gallons of water.
The applications were made daily tlur
the perioil of rot attack, about
ten days. The rot specked specimens
dropped off, and the clean ones re
mained free from attnen, so that he
saved quite a crop, that Drought him
twenty cents a pound, lie also sprayed
his peach trees, for the purpose of pro
tecting the fruit from rot, but with
a slightly weaker solution, namely,
three ounces of copper sulphate to
llfty gallons of water. Indiana
riant Frnlt Trees.
riant a tree. Yes, plant an orchard
It will he growing while you sleep
and if intelligently done and properly
cared for, it will produce fruit for yeaTi
after you are laid away to rest. . It
will produce fruit for your children
and for your children's children, and
they will eat thereof and bless the
planter. A few days devoted to plant
ing fruit trees each spring will, if the
trees are properly cared for, add many
a dollar In value to your farm, and
much pleasure to yourself and family.
I5uy good small trees of goood vari
eties, and always buy from some good
nursery. Buy small trees, and if pos
sible, plant them In rows close together
on good rich land, and let them remain
for one year; then dig them and plant
at once where they are to stand. You
will find this plan far better than
planting them out in the orchard im
mediately after a long journey. Al
ways buy trees and plants as near
home as possible. I would rather have
100 good strawberry plants taken from
my own beds and planted as fast as
dug, than 1000 plants brought luO
miles by express, even when packed
in the best manner possible. A. A.
Ilalladay, in The Epitomist.
A New Annual.
The old-fashioned perennials of our
grandmothers' gardens were considered
very choice bloomers, -with their tall,
stately growing spikes of showy flow
ers in various shades of mauve, lav
ender and pale, medium and deep dark
blues. It has been quite the fashioa
I 'iT FT F7T A TTf,r
I was troubled with pains in my,
back, dizziness and burning in my
stomach. I had no appetite, could
nt sleep. A sister of mine advised
me" to try- Ripans Tabules. They
have entirely cured me. I take one
i every night and morning and they
I ju5t keeP me right and regular.
The Five-Cent paefcet is enouga for an
ordinary occasion. The family bottle,
tiO cents, contains a supply for n year.
Tfie country's talkin' politics
from Cocbervilic to Grovcr, m
Red Sea! Shoes they meet its views
And help the country over.
HJM t SlMtal CO .A03T1.U.11L1M. ,AIL1SI.(.A.
Malsby & Company,
41 S. Forsyth St., Atlanta, Ga.
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Mention this Paper bWXX2-
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. VVYCK0FP, SEAMAXS & BENCDICT.
(Remlngtoa 'I ypewrlter Co )
8J7 Broadway, - w York.
THE NEW DELPHINIUM.
MRS. JCDGB NZVLLISTLI
She Suffered for Ycaro and
Felt Her Case Yas Hope
less Cured by
We wouKl caution all people ajMinst hc
coiitint; fuilir-tituten for lriin.i. Itisiht upon
li.iviiiir I'cnina. 'lln'ic is no oilier inter
nal lemeilv for catarrh Hint will take the
phiee of l'eruna. Allow no one to persuade
you to the contrary.
If vou do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of l'crur.a,
write at onee to Dr. ll.irtman. pvum n
full statement of your case and he will be
i) eawd to trive vou Ins va.uuU;e uuviee
Address Dr. Hartman, President of The
Uartman Sanitarium, Lolurnbus, U.
lh$. Jud-p loAlIivter write from 1217
N et 3Jd ht., Alintifiipolis, Minn., as f-1-io
"1 Hufli rcd for yearn with a pnln
in the tuna It of my buck ana riant
title. It interfered often uith n i;
domestic and nor In I dutlr and I
never hupnoned that I iruI be.
eurrd, oh the. doctor' ittedlciite did
not Kccm to lie! p me any.
'lortunately a member of our
Order advlneil me to try l'eruna and
If are it ttxich high pralxe tln.t I ih
elded to trv it. sUlhou(iU I Hiartea
In u-lth little faith, I felt ho muck
better in a week that 1 felt eneour
aped. J took it futth fully for neven
reekn and am happy indeed to bo
able to nay that 1 am ent trrl yen red.
II ordH fall la exjirc m v arntllude. ,
I'erfeet health onee more I the bent
tlilnti I eotihl u thh for, and thaukn
to l'eruna I enfty that noxe.
Minute v. McA.ltftir.
The Rnnt poiiularity of lVruna as ft ca
tarrh nyi.cdy has tempted many people to
imitate lVruna. A e,reat many so-called
catarrh remedies and catarrhal tonics are
to bo found in many dnitf stores. Tluy-e
remeilies can be procured by the druist
much hcajx r than lVruna. lVruna can
onlv be obtained at a uniform price, and
no dru'iiist can net it n cent cheaper.
Thus it is that drusuists are tempted to
substitute the cheap imitations of lVruna
for lVruna. It is done every day without
of late years to resurrect these old-
time favorites among perennials, but
they have displayed the one objection
peculiar to many perennials that of
single, short period of blooom each
season. The annuals, on the contrary,
are In the majority of cases perpetual
bloomers throughout the summer, and
accordingly an annual Delphinium Is
greatly to be desired.
That is what an enterprising florist
r;s produced during bis experiments
with seedlings an entirely "new an
nual, Delphiniuf " It is considered
by experts to be i rare novelty, and is
coming to be known as "the blue but
terfly." It not only bears the same
large, showy blossoms peculiar to the
perennial Delphinium, but It bears
them constantly during the entire sum
mer, like any other annual; and the
exquisite shade of blue found in the
flowers may be depended upon to re
main strictly blue without changes to
lavender or violet. Planted late In
the season, pots of the profuse blue
bloomers may be enjoyed throughout
the winter. Planted early in the spring,
the seeds will produce thrifty plants
for early summer blooming. Philadel.
1 f rm
ikAii Vl iHsf 1 a T wfc- Vsiirif Wusji IjsMii i, rt.sjti Jk&r
And every Distressing Irritation
of Skin and 5calp Instantly
Relieved by a Bath with
And a single anointing with CUTICURA, the great skin
cure and purest of emollients. This treatment, when fol
lowed in severe cases by mild doses of CUTICURA
RESOLVENT PILLS, to cool and cleanse the blood, is
the most speedy, permanent, and economical cure fcr
torturing, disfiguring, itching, burning, bleeding, scaly,
crusted, and pimply skin and scalp humours, with loss
of hair, ever compounded.
T JSE CUTICURA SOAP, assisted fcyCuticura Ointment, for
y preserving, purifying, and beautifying the skin, for cleans
ing; the scalp of crusts, scales, and dandruff, and the stopping of
falling hair, for softening, whitening, and soothing red, rough,
and sore hands, for baby rashes, itchings, and chafings, in the
form of baths for annoying irritations and inflammations, or too
free or offensive perspiration, in the form of washes for ulcerative
weaknesses, and many sanative, antiseptic purposes which readily
suggest themselves to women and mothers, and for all the pur
poses of the toilet, bath, and nursery. CUTICURA SOAP com
bines delicate emollient properties derived from CUTICURA, the
great skin cure, with the purest of cleansing ingredients and the
most refreshing of flower odours. It unites in ONE SOAP at
ONE PRICE, the BEST skin and complexion soap, and the
BEST toilet and baby soap in the world.
COMPLETE EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL TREATMENT FOR EVERY HUMOUR,
f. 9 Consisting ot ClJTlCUllA Soap, 2,'k!., to cleanse the ekin of cruets
! H lOllTS! R"d BCttk'8' aml eJften the thickened cuticle; CUTIC0BA OiI,T
LlivSLiA Ci MKNT' 8ftC'' 40 ,n,t""uy fHy ltdilng, iii!li.iiimutioii, and Irritation,
and soothe and heal; and Cutk uka Ki noi.vent Pills, 2c, to
Th 5f SD 0001 and cleanse thc Wood. A Si.nole tfKr is often sulllcient to
s hc Otl, cure the most toituring, disfl(furiiiK, itching, burning, and waly
Jkln, scalp, and Wood humours, with losa of hair, when all cIkc failn. Sold throughout
the world, British Depot: 27-2S, tharteihoufo Sq., London. French Depot: 5 Rue de la
I alx, Paris. Potter Drug and Chem. Corp., Solo Props., Boston, V. 6. A.
Cutitora Rusoltmt Ptlls (Chocolate Coaled) nre r.Cw, tatiteiens, odonrleeg, economi-sl
subutute for the celebrated liquid Cuticuba hEsoLVtNT, f well as forall oiher blood puntiers
and humour cun.s. Kach pill is equiwilent to one teaepoonful of liquid Kfiolvknt. I'ul up la
screw cap pocket vials, containing 60 dose, price, 2&c. Ccticiika I'ili.8 are alteia:iv-i,
aotlseptie, tnuic, and dl(ieatlve, and beyond question the purent, sweeteft. moBt sucewi-fui aul
econoiuicai blood sud skin ouxUicrs, humour cures, snd touic-digcstlves yet cocpoundod.
Best ( cniKh 8yrup.
4 lUilt.5 WntHt A.L tLbfc UlLS. !
I J Best ( oufih 8yrup. TaUj GkkL Use I I
In time. v,l(l hv tirmrci-t". fJ
l'KF.I I.N 30 TO UAYX.
Write for particulars and 10 daj s'
tre ttme.nl fiee. O. K Cliuin
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