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Backache, "The Blues"
Eotr Symptoms of Organic Derangement tn
Women Thousands of Sufferers Find Relief.
tlow oftrn do t hrtr womro mt: "It
tmi as though my back would break,"
r"lVir t iprili to me, 1 am all out of
trt?" The significant remark prove
that theayste m requires attention.
ftarkwrhe and " the bloea" ar direet
symptoms of an inward trouble which
will sooner or latr declare itwrlf. It
may be ranted by diseased kidney or
some, aterine dersncemeat. Jiatnr
rrjnlre avaistanee and at once, and
I.ydia E I'iDkhsin'a Veg-etable Com
pound Instantly aert it curative
powers in all tliow peculiar ailment of
women, it Iims been the standby of
lntrliient A mrrjran women for twenty
yearn, and the ablest specialist afrree
that it is the most universally iuwtm
ful remedy for wouiau' known to
The following letter from Mra
Tlolnies and Mra. Cotrelv are imorj
the uiany thousands which Mra. 1'idk
tiam haa received this year from those
whom she haa reliered,
Hurelv such testimony is convine'eu
Mrs.J.U. Holmes, of Lariniore, North
Dear Mr, Pink Ham:
I hsve sBfTeml nerTthlng with backache
and i tuti tiHj!. 1 lei the intitiie run nn
until my n was in such a mxliUoo that
1 was una (4 to I tiut, and ttien it was 1
fnmmml to u I t lis K. i'uikham's Vefre
tnielwTtund. H I had otitv known bow
mm h suffering I would bare Mred, I should
hav. tskea it months snorier for a fw
weeks' treatiuent male ms well and struti?
My tatrkarhea and txxlarbesare ail axue and
1 sutler no pain at my nwnrtraal prrioi,
whi-rews brf I U k I . li K liiikbains
Veetalis Touijound I suttctred iutrnar in "
Mra. Emma Cotrelv, 109 East mh
Ftreel. w York City, writes:
Jul Mrs. PtnkJUs Adtice-. Wmbju
Say Plainly to Your Grocer
That you want LION COFFEE alwara, and h,
ticing a aqoaro man. will not try to ell you any
thing tW You may not care (or our opinion, but
What About fht Uultcsl Jndsmeat of Millions
f btjiM'ke-peni who bar iimhI LION COFFEE
for over a quarter of a century ?
It the.r any stronger proof of merit, than tbs
St u o
lion besxt on eTery rackav.
fvsve these IJon-Letla for taluaLla prpmiuma.
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
WOOLROS 8riCE CO., Toledo, OhSo.
SLOTCiES WHITE IS SNOW
and as beautiful aa when Be w will
on washday. No other blueing (a erowinir ao fat In ipular fsvor. It Is nsli
of the wml tnjfmiienla aud will not
fMorr. wii it. iarire aeks Be
yeuuiue Kea wroaa iiau iiiue.
?5.C3t3Cin:orc!i $25.03 toSittl. Wisl. J22.30t.Spiktai, Wuk.
. f Sill Llfcl C U'ls.
23.03 t9 ii j , '
' iO'iH, U 4.
Tickets on Ssls Daily Until May Uth.
t. S. JEAtTr; Central
lt!l Vhont 740 Hickory.
Dear Mrs Mnkbam:-
' I feel it my duty tetall all suffering; wamea
of the rlif I bars found tn Lydia K. I'mk
ham's Yrtcetahss Compound. When I com
menced takine the Compound 1 endured
evei-Tthinr; with backaches, beailachea. meo
troJ end ovariaii trool'l- I am ononHe!-
Itr cure and on). y las best of health, and I
owe it all to you."
When women are troubled with lrrej
olsr, suppressed or painful menstrua
tion, weakness, leucorrhora. displace
ment or "Ice rat ion of the womb, that
bearing down feeling-, inflammation of
the ovaries, backache, bloating (or
flatulence), pencral debility, indiges
tion and nervous prostration, or are be
set with such symptoms aa diir.inesa,
faintnesa, latitude, excitability, irrita
bilitv. Ilervouene. alerplewmes. mel
anclioly. "all (rone" and "want to-be-left-ah"ne"
feeling, blues and hopeless
ness, their should remember there is one
tried and true remedy, Lydia K. rink
ham's Vegetable Compound at once re
moves such troubles.
No other medicine In the world has
received such widespread and nnqual
fied endorsement. No other medicine
has such a record of cures of female
troubles. Refuse to boy any substitute.
FItrn ADVICE TO WOMEN.
Kemember, every woman Is cordially
invited to write to Mra. I'iniham if
there is anything about her symptoms
she does not understand. Mrs. r'ink
hsm's address is Lynn. Mans., her
advice is free and cheerfully g-iven to
every ailing- womsn who aks for it.
Her advice and medicine have restored
to health more than one hundred thou
Best tmkrstamU Worna. Klfc
Confidence of the People
nd ever inrreaa log popularity T
UON COFTES ta carelnlly
lerled ml tb plantation, ahlpped
direct to oar various factories.
vherc It 1 akllltully roasted and
care tally packed la scaled pack
ages-unlike loooa coflee, which
Is exposed to germs, dost. I
srcl. etc LION COITEXreaclvea
on as pare and clean as wben
ft left the factory. Sold only la
1 lb. packages.
always result if you u. tti gvnuiw
injure the ml delicate fabrics. All r".
tKiu t lw uiislnt, lusi.t on getting Ui
One Way Tickets
rMllmsa saa T rl.wi
tf cs.. r, two
For all Informstlon Write or Call oa
jnt, 831 Main SL
KANSAS CUT, M3.
IIERRiGK IS CH0SEI1
OHIO CPULICAN GET BUSY AT
TALKED OF NATIONAL ISSUES
An Interesting Platform la Adopted
and President ftoavlt and
His Policy Given a Cor
dial tend Off.
COM'MBra, OHIO In this city,
on May 25, the Ohio republicans met
In state convention and made the fol
Governor Myron T. Merrick
Lieutenant Governor GeDtrsJ A. L.
Judge of th Supreme Court Wil
liam C. Davis.
Attorney General Wade D. Ellis.
Htate Treasurer W. 8. McKlnncm.
Member of the Board of Public
Works William Kirtley.
The platform, aa adopted, read In
The National Policies.
The Republican of Ohio In state ccn
Veatlon repreMHUng their largest vote,
rejoicing ith our entlre-couniry-ln-the
election of President R(Kwt and
Vice President Fairbanks, renew their
pledge to uphold the principles and
policies docitdvtly victorious In No
vember last, which by their tuccees
maintain the steady projrres of na
tional prosperity. By rotes,
and the unprecedented plurality of
2n'.421 jrlven Thexxlcre RoowrVflU
Ohio, obliKated her citiienship to sus
tain, him and the Republican ConcreHi
chosen to co-operate lth him In car
rying Into effect the pledges and
promises of the Republicans platform
upon which they were elected.
We reaffirm unequivocally the Re
publican state and national platform
of 1S04. We stand by the principles
of protection to America lKhor and
American industry. We believe that
ConKre should so legislate that
American ships with American sail
ors shall carry American products
over all seas and through the Panama
canal that the L'ni'fd States of Ameri'
ca is builiiinc. The American nary
should he kept equal to every need.
We are proud of the steady procrens
In Americanizing our Island posses
sions, and of our country as a great
and growing power In promoting the
peace of the world. The amendments
to the constitution are as sacred as
the original ins'rumenL The sacred-
ners of the ballot must be maintained
and unjust discrimination based di
rectly or indirectly on race, color or
previous condition must not be toler
ated. Alwsys supporting genuine
progress, evolution, not revolution
liberty, not license, the Republican
psrty continues to oppose every In
slduous device to undermine and des
troy the stability of our civil Institu
tions. For Railway Legislation.
President Roosevelt's comprehensive
enforcement of the Republican laws
against monopolies, combines And
trusts In restraint of trade,
laws whose validity the su
preme court of the l-nlied Ptatee
haa sustained, has our hearty encour
acement and support. We-also indorse
every effort for the act!venforcement
of existing laws to stop all unjust
discriminations and special favors In
the form of railway rebates or by any
other device, and we favor such furth
er legislation on the subject, with
adequate penalties, as mar. after full
investigations, seem to the Republican
Congress and administration wise and
conservative, yet adequate to prevent
unfair advantage to any. and to pro
mote and Insure the rights of all In
dividuals In this and other localities.
No nstlon has erer known such
widespread prosperity as the I'nlted
pistes bas enjoyefl since the restora
tion of the Republican party to power
by Mcinley's election. Wage earners
have had more work at letter prtivs,
farmers have bad the best home mar
kts. making the merchants prosper
ous, the factories bnsv and all com
merce and transportation thrive, with
sound money, protection and other
prudent legislation, comfort and hap
piness have ime to Americsn homes,
end no step has hevn taken that may
Imperil or threaten our good times.
All our consumers and producers must
stand or fall together.
Ohio's Own Affsirs.
Ohio has fully shared In the national
prcKrttr. growing in population and
power, wealth and general comfort,
fader continued Rentiblleiin admin
istration our state affairs have been
conducted with econoniv and efflclen
cy, rtvsMtig the UTt management of
triiate business. Our state Institu
tions have twin prud.-nflr manaited
They have been enlarged and new
ones added as needed . Ksch serves a
distinct public heneflt and the people
ill not permit one to be dlsiensed
with. Appmprtsiloiis for agricultural,
educational and Industrial Interests
sra necesarlly greater now than ever.
Our state dew has been paid. The
large cah balance has been maintain
ed nd Interest thereon Is a source
of added revenue through the opera
tion of the new state depository law.
My Republican legislation the state
tag rate on the general taxpayer has
been reduced from 3 k mills to 1 3S
In labor's tehalt the Republicans
have also enacted tnaay beneficial
laws, the state conducts the collec
tion of serviceable labor statistics,
and support fre employment
agencies In our large eltles to bring
work snd worker tose'aer. Wher
ever labor can be propcrlv benefited
this polft-y should be amplified.
Ws commend the liberal appropri
ations niaite for the stale asricultural
colici;!, lor the agricultural experi
ment s'sllon. for the stt acncul
tural and stir.llar icieUe, and Ur
the farmers' inwiiiwu.
Twenty ftuss'n $Hlps Raised.
PHANCSH Kt --1 tl d that more
than twentv of rhe ceU of varioi:
clauses which were sunk at Prt Ar
thur. , b- n rWWiatist. Sroe f
them are alixlv rthi(t as Japanese
transpi'tta Tbe l,(t.-inent its r tteiatx'd
that all the w.imklvw a ke rahwl
The Lesr tH.
nrst Ulliktiarte I'm In trobVi.
My dauirtiter wscte to nsarry our
rWood M 11 ll(tilr Going to f1e
First HlllUmsIre Ges III bee to
First MlllioTiaris juex 111 lift to
If 1 don't sib swears fee)! fnarry a
"Pay!" nef d U bulldoy, "yon
don't know mocb about scieCirSc fic&b
Ing, do your
"Perhaps not," replied Ik porco
p'ne; "it you wast to try a little Unit
wiia me, however, l think 1 can give
you a few points."
On th Cpwedwsy.
Flora I seo that MUs Trotterbf
has a new trap.
rora Yes. Do yon suppose the
will catch a man with It?
One of the blessed, unending- needs
of iieaven mnst surely be the need of
giTlng forth Into other Uvea the
blessedness w hich God haa poured Into
ours. Lucy Larcom.
In Record Tim,
Finer Flats, Tenn May 2i'h.
fppecial) Cured la two days of Rheu
matism that bad made his life a tor
ture for two years, D. 8. Hilton of
this place naturally wants every
otter sufferer from rheumatism to
know what cared him. It was Dodd'f
"Dodd's Kidney Pills are the grand
est pill' on earth" says Ur. Hilton,
"I would cot take any sum of mosey
for what they did for me. For two
year 1 bad what the doctors called
rheumatism. I could hardly walk
around the hcue. It seemed to e
In icy back acd h!p and legs. I tried
everything, but nothing helped m till
I got Dodd Kidney Pills."
"Two day after I took th first
dose all pain left me and It baa never
come back since. I can't praise Dodd's
Kidney Pi'.! too much."
Rheumatism is caused by uric acid
In the blood. Healthy kidneys take
all the I'ric Acid out of the blood
Dodds' Kidney Pills maka beallhj
Mort women would rather be Incon-
tistent than otherwise.
Lewis' ' Sineie Binder" straight Secirar.
Made by hand of ripe, tborouchiv curad
tr-tiscoo. w inch insures a rich. sstisfTing
nmk. You psy lue for cicars aot so good.
Lwis racvorv. feorla. lil.
Ixindon's new county hall, on the
banks of the Thames, will cover 5.6
rHK THE FA WOT
Rod Oron FUi! Five. Lanre or. nsrkwe S
lite Him usipscj. liwi. Ima.
Quit comparing yourself with other
to your own disadvantage.
Save the Babies.
INFANT MORTALITY is something frightful. We caa hardly realiza that cf
all the children born in civilized countries, twentytwo per cent, or nearly
one-quarter, die before they reach one year; thirtyseven per cent, or mors
than cne-third, before they are five, and one-half before they are fifteen!
We do not hesitate to say that a timely rise of Castoria would saie a ma
jority of these precious lives. Neither do we hesitate to say that many of these
infantile deaths are occasioned by the use of narcotic preparations, Drops, thcture3
and soothing syrups sold for children's complaints contain more or less opium, or
morphine. They are, in considerable quantities, deadly poisons, In any quantity
they stupefy, retard circulation and lead to congestions, sickness, death. Castoria
operates exactly the reverse, but you must see that it bears the signature of
Chas, EL Fletcher. Castoria causes the blood to circulate properly, opens the
pores of the skin and allays fever.
Airc UjWc Prr paratioa kt As
Uttg U SMnfeia and Ikjwels
Promotes Df r htmf hett M
nr55 arl BcVContairts nnthrr
thaum.Morpbinr nor Mattfdi.
. w-aw a-iaxczieraHa
A perfect IVwrv fcrCiir!'y
lion. Satir SlotnflxU.lJiATtt.
tJ Lo ssorsuitr.
lm SuW &atwr el
NKW "VTl U.K.
sjust sory py tyvatvc a.
.'' sV I
Tb avers Mtnar of isSi'sg
pesser 4 sot krw V. t a reaC-oa
occur to lit prwc of ls.'t Food
preywred !'. a ersara of tartar iak
leg peatfer os got oh'-i s atsy
tieaza of tartar. A loaf of bread sr.ae
from a eart af Skur lased wits
cream of tartar bakicg power er'..tos
fofly trt frait more of R.ke!Je
Kaiia tbaa Is y'a!4 ta oee e: I
powder. iki, isat tiostos ttrsw
dsns testified agsisst U aeaithfvl-
be of RoebeUa f,P.
Tterefore. wby sboeld ths coetasutr
pay f'jrty tva or fifty ewsta per pemed
for lbs cream of tartar or TrtMt bak
Isg powder wkee tte tl kali it (
powder la It world caa b as-i to
retail at twenty five rest per powfid
the price asked for Caiamet baklett
Powder aad leav a fair a-ar.afar.ter-
Th cftBfac1urer of Calaatet Rak
lcg Powder base for year scad
ataadJcf offer of Oae Tboosaad Doi-
lar for any satMrtanc Itjartovs to
beal'.b found la food prepared f.-om it.
Bread Bad from Calstret Eakir.f
Powder I entirely free from Rott:
Ealta, alum, lime or ammonia.
Wbea a wlrl te.ls a yonug a. as
that b doea't eat any more thaa a
bird be should rense-mber before Invit
ing her to lunch mat aa ot-trich is a
bird. Chicago New a
Creae Priic at St.
Tt FATitlvT WO
ever Krurfc ? on;-tAJ4(
4(Mfer wn. wlat
V trniM IU I'-t. 7 BUIrMI'SlX IIHH1
a.s Jr acakie t- -r Wfa.
eeat te Si M fxtw la 4
1 ' ' J e t II" I
ai4saSWaw umm v dfci ft " - - iY -
CHILD Can Use
wttn perfect mitt at e feoof c ttsw rt:rTzj&r.. itrr r rM r- 3s tmmmm"
C-iiy. tt Meal U gamtpu-urr Vt t txr WvMaTT-r
at orrW trot t-.mj to wmt-9U. 1' M tit'-
avaru mut itst rT.r fa rt it aw tnq r va T "m mm yaV
s tt drd torn irr. tittLtnea "aurm 6euu vue y-a k m
QUICK MEAL GASOLINE RANGE
for yog 9rvTT h9 to waft. tt m mrrnmtr, U to-jt mSwrwt ,,,
wrre H ovcM to be. Atvd tbr im tv kifd5sf ao iSrt a V
dirt BO bOLTaW VOt tfJ-BWIUTBC. C OaOffif aLStd aaT-fTT. aaftyl T-""W I
divhew dTst jsrdi trv knetes oeUMd t-9
I f I -rx fwr uiii r.arwrwtaviass-,
hik. It vtr Qssvstf-r nreB wtxavrrT
' I B e sT wan
Wt aa ftf 1 1
all Lax3 La2l
Letters from Prominent Physicians
addressed to Chas. li. Fletcher.
Iw. A F. rwser. at Uei, H. sr- "t k.e peeMrr-fcr. yvmt Castwrte la
Sxaar fun a4 ! s.wa; IkiJ ii sa ittl sad nMU '
IV fc f B. f TI I . M- -t kV rfTttwp fvmf I s
scv iikiiw tuc atuy yis wits imi Mturwrtt. t mtmtt a.4 ai w wj
If J T. vT.c.er .f t-tl.. I '., my- "I ea ! aear-.Ry rmuwl
nt t .!,-, t. iu eV;f a rlj ! rkiUnms riti. 1 utes
s4 IvwimI II t crest tana.'
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It i H kliw.u. f S.w T-rS sstst "ll.ttwa art IV sa.t ss yvera
rtwt.Md leor iim. I.r ta'.Bt.M :,u'... I wv: krti.i u4
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If r O. frrf rf .V, a. wn: ' Tr ks ss Mrl swIK-im
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raiaisnsi ao W irj -:. (utMi4 to aa rRa t t&uom
skuk ana la ia ,:- 4 b.Mi.
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a.. Mv4 tfc.J. Iiva (r. r tit fevjHlivJS h -t'lm-rn
tfvst llus W.:f s tu Ks dk.-,I 4 wri.
tr limai kt IW f C1ela khi. Mrs? Twr tiM IsM ! yw.es
t s. hwf-' iewvw.W4 I mU . r tw Sm.1 eruj. is.
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4iM4e. ws i. iw e. wna wawa a a t seiHk-'aU a. iMi
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GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over SO Years.
Wke tte My &e
"Wby do R-H&aW.y"i t.:ttvm lrw-tc
a stat-by and fcaagryT"
"I caa I afeosBt f'r W. lie's S r4
"Ab. tfest aceonatj f.-e It.'
a PVv. V AH Im f OCT -tASf.
A powder. It cwn pwisrf 1 wm-n Itm
w fsi 4 varr-rwti .'. 1( te
f ttmtitX tmrr9rf e th fw
I Mss aw snoee aay. A rsrt
t swawttoe faw.- S"id jr 4 dTnte
jTruJ pt)ir FX I S. A. .
GUsaMd. I. -n. f. I.
TV pialner tke wocaaa tk V-wrT
i it take kr to s kcomlaf ka
A 'eY f s'. psw. Wm 0m' f
. T-M Mn ln(i), tHiW aew.ts
"tatlr-ira caa be Blade to llow mT
cX4 Utag that tke sua behiad tke tf
area w-a ihm U.
F s CWrw fee CnowHwafMw k as tj.'.'
etm t smoJXa mMt. ST. tUIK,
(m iv. . i . Pea. n. n.
Qji-H to s-aetios tke wpnl:'-T
of c'hera are IV svMt lafkiit ta
Tax I tTe ker fa-tAer w fcrV
' wfcew tl private terary eV.-pHI
txaas WorsTs fear
sr to wwl
ttdu. So as as Tt-f
s - ir' f- wwt euxi.
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the QUICK MEAL
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