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Ko other female medicine in the world has received such widespread and
No other medicino has 6uch a record of cures of female troubles or such
hosts of grateful friends as has
Lydia E. PinkharrTs Vegetable Compound.
It will entirely cure the worst forms of Female Complaints, all Ovarian
Troubles, Inflammation and Ulc?ration. Falling- and Displacement of the
JJiomb, and consequent Spinal Weakness, and is peculiarly adapted to the
^ Change of Life.
It has cured more cases of Backache and Leucorrhoea than any other rem?
edy the world has ever known. It is almost infallible i:i such cases. It
dissolves and expels tumors from the Uterus in an early stage of de?
Irregular. Suppressed or Painful Menstruation, Weakness of the Stomach,
Indigestion, Bloating, Flooding, Nervous Frost ration. Headache. Central Debil?
ity quickly yield to It. Womb trox.bles. causing pain, weight ?Andbackache, in?
stantly relieved and permanently cured by its use Under all circumstances it
Invigorates the female system, and is as harmless as water.
It quickly removes that Bearing-down Feeling, extreme lassitude, "don't
care" and " want-to-bc-left-alone " feeling*, excitability, irritability, nervous?
ness. Dizziness, Faintness. sleeplessness, flatulency, melancholy or the " blues"
and headache. These are sure indications of Female Weakness, or some de?
rangement of the Uterus, which this medicine always cures. Kidney Complaints
and Backache, of either sex, the Vegetable Compound always cures
Those women who refuse to accept anything else are rewarded a hundred
thousand times, for they fjet what they want?a cure. Sold by Druggists
* everywhere l???fr*?s?*? -ill snlniifni, s.
r The** man dressmaker In his pink
velvet coat wrung his hands in de?
"Hero it Is October." he cried, "and
I have not yet evolved a new idea in
"Master," said the apprentice tim?
"I have thought out a novel type of
gown that will make ? woman look
like a broken-backed npe with wings."
"Superb!" the master cried. "I^et
-us model It at once. 'Twill take the
\r^orld by storm."?Chicago Chronicle.
l'l rspormanentiytvired. No flt?t or nerveu*?
atter first day's ose of Dr. Kline's (?r.-.t:
K erve He? n > rer, ? Striai bottleand t reatise free
Dr.li. H. Ki rVK.Ltd., 1*81 Arch M ..l'l*il?.,l'a
In the United State? about 100.0O3.000
k pound? of pnmej are eaten each year.
Mrs. Winsiow's Soothing Syrup for Children
tToii.i?layf? l'iiin,cures wind colic,25e. a bottlo
Berlin bas almost a* man?/ telephone
f subscribers as the wholo of France.
Piso** Cure cannot bo too highly spot?:, of
1 V ???aeough cure.? I. \V. O'BaiEN, 32*2 Third
G.u'*ss?>?4^Mii*!i?.i'"?li?i, Mlmi., Jan. t?, UJJ.
1?re aie O.Ot?.'i.gGS-Jiooks in the public
ries of London.
JThere Is a fine opportunity In this vicin
y to take orders for the e.??el>rated White
llr?-i!i/.e monuments, headstones, gravo
tS, StO., male i y Tli.? Monumental
I lirmize Company, 893 Howard Avc, Bridge
ott, Conn. It is a good, le eilimate busi
m peas, and they offer very liberal inducements.
B norneon? should write tueru for tlie agency.
There are twenty-eight cemeteries in the
U-^ntv of London.
Itch cured in 30 minutes by 'WooHord's
F Sanitary Lotion; never fails. Sold by
Druggists. "%? nil orders ? romptly filled
by Dr. Deichon, Crawfordsvi!l\ lud. ?1.
? l/cndon was increased during the
1904 by 374 new sueets.
Taylor'? Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Gum
and Mullen is Natures great remedy?Cnres
Cough?, Colds, Croup and Consumption,
and all throat and lung troubles. At drug?
gists, 25o., 60s-, and ?1.00 per bottle.
Fv-n ?i-pea ranees aro Ruflieit-iitly de-ceitiul to
BABYXCAME NEAR DYING
From an Awful Skin Humor?Strut? li??.l
Till lllootl I.kii?AV-tt-tetl to ? Skele?
ton?Spvedily Cnretl fay Cutlcura.
"When three months old my boy broke
out with an itching, watery rash all over
his body, and he would scratch till the
blood ran. We tried nearly everything,
lie grew worse, wasting to a skeleton,
and we feared he would die. He 6?ept only
when in our arms. The first application of
t'uticura soothed him t>o that he slept in
hi? cradle for the first time in many weeks.
One set of Cuticura made a complete and
permanent cure. (.Signed) Mrs. M. C.
Maitland, Jasper, Ontario."
Winnipeg, Maoiteba, now ha? a popu?
lation ot 78.000.
SHREWD SCHEMES OF ANIMALS.
Devices Which Show They Come Pret?
ty Close to Thinking.
They were talking ??.Lout instinct In
animals. "I s:-w an exhibition of
greediness and canning by a horse,"
said one of thein. "There were two
old dirt wagon horses that had
slopped for the r.oon meal. The driv?
er had emptied a portion of oats Into
a wheelbarrow set at the head of the
two horses, who still remained in the
trace*. The horses were to eat out of
the common mess.
"Old Mr. Day Horse, who evidently
was ? veteran In the dirt wagon line
and possessor of a good appel it ?-,
would grab a mouthful of oats and
splutter ihem out on the ground on
his side of the wheelbarrow. After
he had collected quite a pile on the
ground ho com mi need on the common
stock, and when he and his compan?
ion had cleaned out the wheelbarrow
old Mr. Bay Horse turned to his priv?
ate store on the ground, while his
companion, from the other side of the
wagon pole, looked hungrily on, but
could do nothing.'
*'I was traveling in the mosquito
country last month," said the other,
"and the mosquitos were terrible.
They attacked cattle and live stock
and would drive them frantic. At one
place a farmer was burning brush in
the field, and I noticed a dozen cows
and horses clustered in the lee of the
smoke made by the burning brush.
They would move around as the wind
shifted, always keeping in the smoke
drift, where, of course, no mosquito
could live. And the animals stood
with closed eyes, too."
"In the old days." observes the man
with the dyed whiskers, "the pnysi
eians believed that blood letting was
a sovereign remedy for whatever ailed
a patient. They would bleed him for
gunshot wounds or anything else."
"So I have read," comments the
man with the hay fever.
"But, of course, as human knowl?
edge broadened, the medical profes?
sion came to the knowledge that-"
'That if a man needed to be bled
they didn't have to stick a scalpel into
his arm," finished the man who had
gone to fifteen specialists to be cured
A Home Remedy for Asthma.
Ono Mblespoonful of honey.
One tablespoonful of vinegar.
Twenty-four drops of aromatic am?
Give a teaspoonful every five mln
utes until relieved. ?An ointment ma?
from honey and rye meal is an excel
lent remedy for carbuncles or bolls.
TWiCc. TOLD TESTIMONY.
A Woman TV'i?. Has SuflVrad Tolls How
to Find Itellef.
The thousands of -?oii.en who suffer
backache, languor n.inery disorders
and oth?.- kidney
Ills, will ilnd com?
fort in 'he words
cf :?I.t. .Ian? Far
rail, of CO'?; Ocean
Ave.. Jersey City.
N. J., who says:
"i reiterate ill I
have said before la
o:\?'.-e of Dean's
Kidney Tills. I liad
beeu having heavy backache and
my general health wuj affected when
I began using them. My f et were
swollen, my eye? puQodt ^^?dl.'/jy^
spell* we/i *-"?W?&. W.'and Ann EJfj
wat irjry.ibcth Fleet of M.tthev. * county
ly eg' Va. Virginia paper? please copy
wt^r'tiner.?! will take place from his lat<
THE OLD TuMlN?N.
L?te?t News (i.taoed From Ail Ottt the
Peyser Abraham, a bankrupt merchant
ortsmouth. was sent to jail by Judge
K. W'addiil. of tlu* United States Court,
for concealing his ?sets. He testified
thai lie hat! lo.st $?500 while drunk and
gambling in New York in ?<ne night;
thai he returned home, and in six weeks
went tt) New York again and !??-?? S-'.vk*
more ?a the s.une way m the same house.
Judge WadJill pronoonced the story im?
possible, and said. "If w'nat this bank?
rupt has declared be Sanctioned, the bank?
rupt court would be the greatest harbor
for fraud and rascality the world bas
ever known and creditors would have
DO protection whatever from people of
this cla-s." He held Solomon C.rccn
stein, wlio came from New York to cor?
roborate the Story, in $1000 bad to ap?
pear before the grand jury for perjury.
The charge against Abraham is con?
tempt of court, and ?it* is to stay in jail
till he pays the $0.000.
David Lowenberg, the general direc?
tor of the Jamestown Exposition and a
capitalist of Norfolk, was. stricken with
paralysis in his rooms at the Mo.uieclio
Hotel Physicians found that only part
?? the right side was affected and they
declare that no serious consequences ?ire
?? age ami the attack is regarded with
Ufe am! the attach is regarded with
anxiety by his friends.
Rev. J. 11. Straughn, pastor of the
Methodist Protestant Church m Lynch?
burg; who w.is elected financial secre
ary of the Christian fctndeavorers of the
denomination in tlu* United St.rcs, has
decided to remain in his present pas?
torate antl decline the offer. 11:- wife.
who was made superintendent of the
junior work of the church, will also
decline the position.
The children of J. Samuel McCue, c*x
rcuted for the murder oi his ?rife,
Fannic M. McCue, have petitioned for
relief from the payment of the expenses
incurred in tlu* case of tlu- Common?
wealth against their father. Judge Mor?
ris rendered a written opinion recom?
mending the relief asked for, and cer?
tified tjte petition to the Governor for
actkm. The amount paid by the
State must, under the statute, be re?
turned by his estate unless the Governor
intervenes. The amount is about $3,000.
The convention of the Commissioner
.->f Agriculture of the Southern States
Elected the following officers: WAY.
Dgilvie, Nashville, Tenu., president; E.
I. Watson, Columbia, S. C, fir^t vice
-nient; T. G. Hudson, Atlanta, sec?
ond vice presiden: ; I!. W. Kilgore,
Raleigh, N. C.. secretary and treasurer,
and K. \Y. Magrnder. Richmond, Ya.,
assistant secretary and treasurer.
J. \Y. Wilkinson, oi Bristol, lia- cl
1 deal for 17.000,000 feet of lumber antl
limber in North Carolina. The land
tes along the Southern railroad, neat
rVsheville. The amount reported to Ik
nvolved in the deal is half a millior
In the City Circuit Court at Lynch
5urg llie case of John W. Harvey \ -
lie J. R. Milliter Company for $15.1*0
?or loss of ?enrices of his wife, etc.. ??!
ICCOUnt of an elevator accident in tht
?tore oi the Company here three year
?go was compromised for $750. Tt*
plaintiff is a prominent Lynchburg .a:
'orney. In a former case instituted b;
Mrs. Harvey a judgment was secure?
Benjamin Wat kins I.ee, manager o
he Henry Clay Inn, at Ashland, die
luddenly in the hotel. He formerl
<cp: the hotel at ( ).-< an View, a
fefferson Park. Charlottesville, and con
luctcd hotels in Florida He was aboc
*; years old. He leaves a widow an
several grown children.
Frank Crumley and James Morre
rere arrested and placed in jail at Jone
loro, Tenu., charged with the burglar
if half a dozen business houses in tlu
own. They were captured m the street
if the town at an early hour by a
if aruied citizens, who had been arouse
?y the report that the town was bem
plundered by a baud of thieves. The dit
COvery was made by a man who had bee
Housed by a cow wandering m hi-, van
uni while driving lier out he notice
lights in a store acro.ss the street. H
homes of the men under arrest wei
tea relied and much valuable proper!
was found, alleged to have been stole
from business houses in Joncsboro.
The news has been received that Prim
Louis of Pattenberg while in New Y01
at a dinner given in his honor by Verne
H. Brown, vice-president of the Cunai
Steamship Company, declared that M
Brown's daughter-in-law\ Mrs. Gardin
Willard Brown, was the most beautif
woman lie had seen in America. Mr
Brown was Miss Mary Eliza Russe
daughter of James P>. Russell, of Wi
ehester, and was married to Mr. BrOV
m Winchester last June. "Mis. Brown
the most beautiful woman 1 have Sd
during my vi-.it to America, the land
fair women," .said Prince I.ouis befo
the evening was over. "You say she
a Virginia girl?" asked his Serene H ig
iiess. "Then Virginia should be proud
her as a daughter. She is indeed fair
Hon. Henry C. Stuart, of Russell cou
ly was elected temporary chairman of t!
Virginia State Fair Association. Tl
uther officers are John Stewart Brya
lice-chairman; 11. Lee Lorraine, secret
ry, and Capt John G. I'.llett. treasurei
The fine country residence of John
Vaughan, of the firm of L. H. Vaugh;
fc Sons, railroad contractors, was bum<
to the ground in Montgomery county, i
.hiding the water tank and the fine stal
building, near the home. Most o? t
furniture was saved, but the loss of buil
ings will be about $8,000, one fourth C
\ered In insurance. The fire originate
m an upstairs bedroom, which was occ
pied. !t is supposed to have been caus<
by a defective flue.
Ofiieer Shelton arrested Sylvester
Wood, an aged veteran from the Hampt<
Soldiers' Home, who was convicted
'olice Court of Newport News 1.
ipring on the charge of conducting a It
icry business. The same charge is In
igainst him again, and a number of It
lery tickets are said to have been fon
im his person.
Prof. P. A. Leu is, of Johns He
l.in.s University, has been appointed pi
r of biology at Randolph-Mae
I'ollege, Ashland, to h!l the uncxpir
icrni of Professor Wightman, recen
-sed. Professor Lewis is a nati
of .\onh Carolina.
Terrorized by' tlircatenin^ letters fn
whitecaps,'* Robert Lowrey, ? you
married man living on the farm of Fra
5. rfuck, south of Winchester, has U
jomaclled to flee with his family 10 2
jther section of Frederick County. Lo
rey has received severaJ threatening 1
!ers. After the Lowrey family had i
:-' -d for the night the supposed "whi
*ocned fire, volley after \olley
r^JmaiBAj?rcd at the house, all
- hitn r Wwi rac-<s wcrr '?(,r'
jH \ -?MMssMSMEflP1" ^and windov
ri??.-!-? Similar to Amtriln Mtkid of
It is a curious thing th?\ here. In I
coinmuniiy where the Chinese gam
Ming game of che-fa has fln-rished for
iiuiiiy ?return, e?)mparatively few outside
of fheee who are devotees at the shrine
: of the goddess of chance hi re even
! the faintest idea of how the rame- *-?
Che-fa is I very atSSple game, ndeod.
and in Its very simplieity lies t e dlf
tieulty which the authorities here, :is
elsewhere, find in Its suppr? ssioi It
. neetls no apparatus or "layout." an <lo
roulette, faro and oilier game of
chance. It does not even need I p U
?>r cards or a supply of chips.
Simply judged as | gambling gal "
and conceding for the moment thai
is played on the ?quate, che fa has it
allurements, for it is on that basis a
game in which every player has an
equal chance and Cm* bank simply toi'
leeta a percentage of the money staked.
Unfortunately for players, however.
there Is not the ellghteel reason for
doubting that the gam?' as ordinarily
conducted is as crooked as tin* tradi?
tional dog's hind leg.
There are thirty-six characters 00 a
ehe-fa ticket, each representing -some
familiar object. The lion, tiger, moon,
mouth, silver money, gold money, box.
centipede, dog. rat. are among these,
but many of the characters represent
things which are not generally dis
cussed in polite SOciety.
A person who wishes to play the
game seeks an agent and gives him
what sum he wisb.es, from live cents
up, at the same time indicating what
character he chooses. This character
is marked off on the agent's ticket and
the fortune-seeker receives a slip ac?
knowledging bis bet or stake. Should
the particular character prove at the
drawing to be the winning number tin*
lucky player wins thirty times the
amount of his stake. Thus if he stakes
five cents he wins $1..">(?, or If he
plunges heavily with, say, a dollar. In?
wins $30. Bot he does not get all
that he wins. There is the agent t?> be
considered, and he collects ten por cent.
of the amount of the winning, so that
the man who won $:?f) ?would receive
only $27 from the banda of the agent.
It is one of the odd traits in the
Chinese character that made ehe '.
popular with them. They art* devoted
believers In dreams, if a Chinaman
dreams of a rat, for install?e, he will
lose no time in seeking a che-fa agent
and backing the rat to win. ami no
number of rt current .QSSgl seem to
upset the Chinese faith in the
heaven-sent sign for SUCCCSS. Of
course, It is apparent that if a man
played on every one of the thirty-five
characters he would in all probabllty
win, but his win would be a losa, for
he would only receive thirty times the
amount of the single bet on Hie w n
lllng character less the agent's com?
missions of tell pCff cent.
such is the game of che-fa. Barring
only the dream portion of it, it does
not seem to possess any particular al?
lurements, ami to some people, ?
the chance of betting that their dreams
will come true does not seem attrac?
tive Possibly the average American
does not have the same kind of dreams
as does th.- mild-eyed think. That can
easily be Imagined from a casual
glimpse at a Chinese meal and a reibe.
tiou of the possibilities <>f what even
a simple Welsh rabbit tan accomplis?]
- Haiwaiisn star.
Tulklllfi- A-nin-t Tlim.
T'p in tin* United States District At?
torney's office, while there is a lot of
hard work, there are also momenta of
relaxation. .\t such times the staff
members sometimes tell good stories.
The following was told after lunch one
day by Assistant District Attorney
"A young limb of the law defended
"an old convict on the charge of
burglary. The rules of the court (it
was in Massachusetts) allowed each
side one hour in which to address the
"The young lawyer, just before his
turn came, consulted a veteran mem?
ber of the bar who was in the court
" 'How much time do yon think I
should take up in addressing the jury'.-'
"'You ought to take the full hour.'
"'The full hour! Why, I was only
going to take ten minutes.'
- You ought to take the full hour,'
reiterated the old lawyer.
" 'lb.it why'.-*
" 'Because the longer you talk the
longer you will keep your client tun of
jail.' "?Philadelphia Telegraph.
(From the Chicago Journal. Nov. C, !
When Commissioner Qsrfield went to j
the Chicago packers and asked permis?
sion to inspect their books, the condi?
tion was made that no information he
might obtain therefrom would be used
In court proceedings against them.
Mr. Garfleld gave this pledge. It is
stated, and the packers allowed him to
study their business In all Its details
from the Inside.
Now. It la announced, the results of
his study have been turned over to the
Government department of justice tt?
be employed In legal prosecution of the
. Commissioner Garfleld would not
bav ? ventured to give the pledge that
wn^ ii< ?mnded by the packers without
Instrucllous from Washington, lie
pledged, not his own word, but the
Government's. It la not his go-id faith,
but the Government's, that Is in ques?
The Journal has no concern for the
packers, except as they are eiti/.ens of
Chicago. If it can be proved that they
are guilty of engaging In a conspiracy
In restraint of trade, they ought to be
But their guilt, if they are guilty,
must be fairly proved. They must be
given a square deal.
Since the Government has elevated
its vision to such a height as to over?
look the nest of defiant criminal trusts
almost within the shadow of the cap??
tol dome, in order to fasten itself a
thousand miles away upon Chicago.
the Government and the President
cannot be too careful to avoid suspi?
cion that they are more anxious to
prosecute Western offenders than of?
fenders in the EaiM.
Some of the methods already em?
ployed in this easr have not been par?
ticularly distinguished for decency.
tent enters a man's
Us private papers,
wives of packing
ito court and puts L
There is only One
Genuine-SyrUp O? FigS,
The Genuine is Manufactured by the
California Fig Syrup Co.
The full narrte? of the company, Californie*?. Fig; Syrup Co.,
(a printed on th? front of ?vary package of the genuine.
The Genuine- Syrup of Figs- is for Sale, in Original
Packages Only, by Reliable Druggists Everywhere
Knowing the above will enable one to avoid the fraudulent imita?
tions made by piratical concerns and sometimes offered by unreliable
dealers. The imitations are known to act injuriously and should
therefore be declined.
Buy the genuine always if you wish to get its beneficial effects.
It cleanses the system gently yet effectually, dispels colds and headaches
when bilious or constipated, prevents fevers and acts best on the
kidneys, liver, stomach and bowels, when a laxative remedy is needed
by men, women or ciiilclren. Many millions know of its beneficial
effects from actual use and of their own personal knowledge. It is the
laxative remedy of the weU-informecL
Always buy the Genuine? Syrup of Figs
M?\NUFACTURED BY THE
PfJCZ HFTY ?CENTS H? BOTTTJt
Tartars Deliver Their Arms.
The I>ondon Globe states that Gen.
Svietlo-v recently ordered all the Tar
' tars in the Baku district to come in
nnd deliver their arms on a certain
, day. At the appointed timo two rusty
daggers and a Waterbury watch were
The Amalgamated Society of Railway
?servants of the United Kingdom has a
membership of 53,407 in the 616 branches.
Ca?i 15ml Itrratb?l*o?ttlTe and Instant
Cure Vrcf?No ltrugt?Curi-i
A sweet breath is priceless.
Mull's Anti-Belch Wafers will euro bad
breath and bad taste instantly. Belching
and bad taste in.lieate offensive breath,
which i** due to stomach trouble.
MuT-'i* Ant?-Belch Wafers purify the
stomach and stop belching, by absorbing
foul ?asea that arise from undigested food,
and by supplying the digestive organs with
nntura! solvents for food.
They r. ? or <*ar sickness and
nausea ?>f an* kind.
They quickly cure headache, correct the
ill effect of excessive eating or drinking.
They will destroy a tobacco whisky or
onion breath ?nstant.v
They stop fermentation in the stom ?eh,
acute indigestion, cramps, colic, gas in the
stomach and intestines, distended ab?
domen, heartburn, bad complexion, ?ittj
spells or any other affliction arising from
a diseased stomach.
We Know Mull's Anti Belch Wafers will
do this, and we want vou to know it.
BPSCIAX Orrr.H.?Tho regular price of
Mull's Anti Belch Wafers is 50c. a box. but
to introduce it to thousands of sufferer*'
we will send two (2) boxes upon receipt ol
75c. and this advertisement, or we will
send you a sample free for this coupon.
1225 A FREE BOX. 130
Fend this coupon with your name
and address and druggist's name for a
free box of Mull's Anti-Belch Wafer?, a
cure for stomach trouble, to
Mull's CrtArF* Tomo Co., 328 Third
Ave., Rock Island, 111.
Give Full Address and Write Plain'y.
Sold at all druggists, 50c. per box.
Dead men may tell no tales, but they pose as
In ghost .-tories.
Cares Blood, Skin Troubles, Cancer, Blood
Poison. (Greatest Blood Purlfl?r Fre*.
It your blood is impure, thin, diseased,
hot or full of humors, if you hove blood
poison, cancer, carbuncles, eating sores,
scrofula, eczema, itching, risings and lumps,
?cabby, pimply akin, bone pains, citan h,
rheumatism, or any blood or skin disease,
take Botanic Blood'B ?1m (B. B. B.) accord?
ing to directions. Soon all sores heal,
aehes and pairs stop, the blood is made
pure and rieb, having the skin free from
every eruption, and giving the rich glow of
perfect health to the skin. At the same
time II. B. B. improves the digestion, cures
dyspepsia, strengthens weak kidneys. Just
the medicine for old people as it gives
them new, vigorous blood. Druggists, $1
per large bottle, with directions for horns
cure, tsamplo free and prepaid by writing
Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Qa. Describe
trouble and special free medical advice
also sent in sealed letter. B. B. B. Is es?
pecially advise?! for chronio, deep-seated
cases of impure b'ood and skin disease,
and cures after all else falla.
Kindness is the si Ikon cord that binds man?
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
"tVIth local Ami-ATio**?, as they cannot
rsaeli tuo seat of tho discasa. Catarrh is a
blood or constitutional disease, and in order
to cure it you must take internal remedies.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, nnd
acts di rtK-tly on the blood and mucous surf ace
Hall? Catarrh Cure is not a dUaok medicine?.
It was prssorlbed by one of the best physi?
cians in this country for years, and Is a reg?
ular proscription. 'It Is composed of the
best tonics known, combined with tho best
blood purifiers, acting dir?otly on tho mu?
cous surfaces. Tho perfect combination of
the two ingredient* is what produoos suoh
wonderful re-iulta In ci-rln? cufarrh. Hotid
lor testimonials, free. ?
W. J. Cuxncy ?V Co., Props., Toledo, O.
Kold by druggists, price, 75?.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation
It take? a married genlui to Invents now rx
For Your Family and Your Horse
The Best Antiseptic Known.
TRY IT FOR
Rheumatism, Strains, |
Price, 25c, 50c. and SI.00.
Dr. EARL 8. SLOAN. .
615 Albany St., Boston, Mr
?i.oo per roll.
experiments, ranging o\
many years, have proved con?
clusively that the liberal use of
Potash is essential to the pro
auction of big yields of full
Let us send you our practical books telling of these and
many other careful crop-feeding tests; they are free to farmers
without any cost or obligation. Send name and address.
Address, GERMAN KALI WORKS. 93 Nassau St., New York.
We will fire One Dollar for a Postal
Card giving tbe first reliable new? of
a chance to aell a horizontal ?team
engine of our styles, within our range
of sizes. Vado not want inquiries at
this time for vertical, traction or gas
ENGINES AND BOILERS
lnvf for yeare beca the attndard fer all steam
planta. Beet of material and workmauahlp.
Our big output ceablee ua to aell on email prof?
it?. An Atlae, iba b?at ta the world, coata no
more than tba other klod.
Write today for our sp?cial offer.
ATLAS ENGINE WORKS
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n? if order
flou lot ?g?
Write me at once for blanke au?1 tnitructlom.
Free of charre. Nu Feuilon. Kotty. A?W;wi
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Wa?hlnfU-iv I). U latent* and Trado-Ma??;?
FARM Lande Wanted. Hlf/heel Prtcoe paid. Olva
dearrli'tiou. Money loaned. Otilo Laivl Ae-eti?/.
ptso s cure fo*?
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IS GUARANTEED TO CURE
6MP. BAD COLD, HEADACHE AND KEURALS?A.
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Call for your MONXW BACK IT Vt BOBS]T?T CTBS
MT. W. IHonutr, M.J>., Me-ntiiacUirer, ftx*rio\mAolA, Mm.
W. L, sJOUGLAS
?3-jo & ?3-jP SHOES Bf
W. L. Douglas $4.00 Cilt Edge Line
cannot be equalled at any prico.'w?
W.L. DOUGLAS MA KESAMD SCLi
mm.~ tUQPO!**'*'*' ?*-B0 9HO?S T?34
AMY OTHER MAMUEAGTURER.
^1 il nflfl RWARil (s anyow who CM
?-P I U)UUU d.sprovs this ?litarrant.
W. I,. Douglas $.?.50 ahoes have bv their
cetlent Atyle, oasy fitting, und et-->eric-r wcnrii
qualities, achieved the Inraest tale of any S3,
shoe la tho world. Th#v ?re lust a? lood
those that coat yon $8.00 t(? $7.00 ? the ontj
dllfcrence la the prlco. If I could tako you Inte
ray factory at Brockton, Mm, tha largest "
the world under one roof making: men a
shoes, and show you the care with wl.tch t\
pair of Don i/la? shoes Is ntrde, you would re I
why W. L. Douglas $3.CO shoes ?re the
shoes produced In the world.
If I could show you the* difference betweci
ahoea made In my factory and tht*se of
makes, you would understand why D
$.?..10 shoes co?t more to make, why th?
their shape, fit better, wear longer, nnd'
greater Intrinsic value than any other
shoe on the market to-day.
W.L. Douolma Slrona Madp?hoos 1
Mon. 02.?O, S?jf
O roam Shooa,02.
t.BO.ib, 01.76, fil.l
, CAUTION.?Insist nnon Iiavlng W.L.l>?n?il
las shoea. Tako no substituto. None genninl
without hla name and price btamped an loi I
VTANTFD. A ahocdealcr Inora?) town wkerel
W. L. Douglas Shn?a are not aold.. Full II
aamples sent freo t~>t Inspection upon re.-u?*^
FastColor Eyelets used; they ivltl not torar *Vr?.
"WtiU for Illustrated CntalogM F*'- St
W.L.DOtGU?l, ltrt^ton. >.?*
la thus rar?
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