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The Richmond Palladium, Monday, June 11, 1SC5.
Page 3. V Is Disease a Crime ? Not very long airo, a popnlar magazine fuhlished an editorial article in which he writer assorted, in substance, that all disease should be regarded an criminal. Certain it is, that much of the sickness and suffering of mankind is due to the Violation of certain of Nature's laws. t?ut to say that ail sickness should be regarded as criminal, must appeal to every reasonable individual as, radically wrong. It would be harsh, unsympathetic, cruel, yes criminal, to condemn the poor, weak, over-worked housewife who sinks under the heavy load of household cares and burdens, and suffers from weak nesses, various displacements of pelvic organs and other derangements peculiar to her sox. Frequent bctrtna of children, with Its ex acting demand upon tbe system, coupled w)tb tbe care, worry and labor of retiintr a large family. Is often the cause of weak nesses, derangements and debility which are MgraTated by the many household rare, and tbe hard, and nerer-endlng work wblrh the mother U railed upon to perform. Vr. 'Here? the maker of that world-famed rem edy for woman's peculiar weakn"aes and Ilia Dr. Marco's Favorite Prescription says that one of the greatent obstacles to the cure of this class of miladies Is tbe fact that tbe poor, orer-worked houaewife can not get the Deeded rest from her many household cares and labor to enable her to secure from the use of bis " Prescription " Its full bepetlts. It Is a matter of .frequent experience, he says. In bis extensive practice in these cases, to meet with those In which bis treatment falls by reason of the patient's Inability to abstain from hard work long enough to be cured. With thONe suffering from prolapsus, ante version and retroversion of the uterus or otber displacement ot the womanly organs. It is very necessary that, in addition to tak ing his "Favorite Prescription " they abstain from being very much, or for long periods, on tbeir feet. All heavy lifting or straining of any kind should also be avoided. As much out-door air as possible, with moderate, light exercise Is also very Important Let the fiatlent observe these rules and tbe"Favor te Proscription " will do tbe rest. Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser Is.gent free on receipt of Stamps to pav expense of mailing only. Mend to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., 21 one-cent stamps for paper-covered, or 31 stamps for cloth-bound. If sick consult the Doctor, free of charge by letter. All such communications are held sacredly confidential. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets Invigorate and regulate stomach liver and bowels. t DONT TKlt CHANCES When It comet; Hp what you drink. Be sure that you net the best and etlck f to It. When you Yr !J Richmond Export, If you are looKtj j to your health's best Interest, sticft to It for it it pure and made from only the bes'that goes to make up a really good boer. THE I1HICK BREWING GO. New Phon 42 AL. H. HUNT . 7 Northrjlnth t-an sen or Traae you any thing: in real estate. Seehim. WM.WA Plumber a Bicycles Phon 1482. 5 THE PETER JOHlSOH GO. 5 AND GASXiOODS. Si THE NEW P VAUDEVILLE THEATER O. G .M'JRRAY NAGER. WEEK OF JUNE 11TH DAILY at 3 and 8:15f. M. 'A MISS GRAYCE AlLLER, Overture. B J. L. Mack. Irish Minstrel. CHUEGEL BtO Comedy Acrotnt D CORRIGAN L MAYS. Singing and Dt$ ing and. Character Comedians. E THE HIRCHHORNS. Alpine Entertainers. F MISS LEONA THOMPSO Illustrated Songs. G HARRY BOTTER & CO Comedy Playlet H THE PHILOSCOPE. Latest Motion Pictures FINE HOLLOVWCROUND RADIUMITE RIZOR FREE To eacittrcbf aer of the DOLLAR RftuailTE STROP M. J. Quigley, SS&ffir " If you have good "opportun ity eyesight" you will find some things in the want ads today which, most people wil dverlook. Before you throw The Palladium aside, look over the classified advertisements. . ' . I. 4 I kng U fias flttfp i art&jundrles I 406 Miw St. - - . mm . - 7 si h v f 1 i 1 1 Wit- w-J-A A VIEW FROM BELOW OF SANTOS-DUMONT AND HIS BALLOON Ballooning has become quite a society fad of late, but M. Santos-Dumont took up the hazardous sport before it had cesses have helped to make it so. His looping of the Eiffel tower some years ago was one of the most renowned exploits in aerial navigation up to that time. His present machine is of the combination a similar one that Walter Wellman, the to the north pole. LEADERS DOWNED Iff EASTHAVEN The Starr Pianos Lose Satur day for the First Time This Season. KIBBEYS DROP HARD GAME POGUE-MILLERS TAKE CRAVAT CLERKS INTO CAMP BVRALLY IN LAST INNING PALLADIUMS LOSE AGAIN. CITY LEAGUE STANDING. a W. L. P.C. .666 .666 .500 .333 .000 Starr Pianos 5 1 East Havens 4 2 Pan Handles ....... 4 2 Pogue-Millers 3 3 Kibbeys 2 4 Palladiums 0 6. Results Saturday. Est Haven, 7; Starr Pianos, 2. Pogue-Millers, 6; Kibbeys, 4. Pan Handles, 8; Palladiums, 4. After winning five straight games the Starr Piano team met Us Water loo at Easthaven on Saturday after noon. The game was probably the best one played on the Easthaven grounds for several seasons. It was seen early in the game that a pretty pitchers' battle was on, as both Kuh lenbeck and Moore were doing gilt- edged work. Had the Piano Works tuned up their outfield before the game, the score would have been closer as two very bad muffs allowed several nunners to score. The same article of ball pitched by Kuhlenbeck would win a majority of games, but his teaTn mates had great difficulty in connecting with the slants served up to them by one, Mr. Moore, hence their downfall. The 1.000 per cent, which belonged to the musicians, and which looked so big to the opposing teams, 13 now a thing of the past Score: Starr Pianos. AB R H PO A E H. Sittloh, 2b . 4 1 1 1 5 0 Pierson, 3b .. 4 0 1 2 3 0 Kuhlenb'k p. . 4 1 1 0 4 1 Lichtenfels, lb 4 0 0 12 0 0 Smith, cf. .... 4 0 0 1 0 1 Doc Sittloh rf 3 0 0 0 0-1 Rohe, If 2 0 0 1 0 0 Kreimeier, ss . 2 0 0 1 0 2 Trakowski, c . 3 0,0 6 0 0 Total 30 3 24 12 EastJnayen. AB R H PO A Judah 2b 4 1 0 3 1 E 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Dendinger, 3b. 4 2 1 3 0 Lindamood, c . 4 2 2 13 3 Jeffries, lb ... 3 1 2 0 0 Nance, ss .... 3 1.2 0 0 Harrison, cf .. 3 00 0 0 Balph, If 2 0 0 0 0 Trobaugh, rf . 3 0 0 0 0 Moore, p 3 0 0 1 5 Total 30 7 6 27 10 2 Innngs 1234 567 89 R. H. E. Starr Pianos .00000100 1 2 3 5 Easthaven .. 01000303 x 7 6 2 Bases on balls-Off Moore, 4. Two Base Hits Jeffries. Double Plays Sittloh to Lichtenfels, Nance to Judah to Jeffries. Struck Out-By Moore, 12; by Kuhlenbeck, 5. Sacrifice Hits Nance, Harrison, Balph. Stolen Base Judah. . Umpire Wickeme'yer SHORT SNAPPY GAME. In a five Inning game the Pogue Millers added v another figure to the KIbbey's "lost" column in the City Legue standing. It was hard game for the Cravat Clerks to lose. It would have been a hard game for the Hardware men to lose. V In , other words it was a good game. The Kib beys led by a score of 4 to 3 up to the fourth inning, when Gilmore- Jtied thlng3 up by crossing the pan.wfv A grown so popular. Perhaps his suc type of balloon and airship, and it Is American newspaper man, will take run for the Pogue-Millers. In the fifth a hit and two errors allowed the Hardware Men two more runs. In their half of the fifth theKibbeys made a gallant effort to tie up the game, but Pitcher Reid of the Pogue-Millers was too much for them. With three Cravat Clerks oh bases and two down, "Hank" Lancaster smote fruit lessly at the Reach Special and the game came to an abrupt finish. The star of the game was Right Fielder .Allison of the Kibbeys, who made two circus catches in his garden. Score: Kibbeys. AB R H PO A E Newman, cf .. 2 0 1 1 0 0 ReicL c 3 1 1 6 0 2 Eggem'r lb, p, 2 0 1 1 0 0 Lancaster, p .. 3 1 1 1 1 1 Gaston, 2b ... 1 1 0 1 0 0 Quigley, 3b ... 2 0 0 1 0 1 Weeks, If .... 2 1 12 0 0 Parry, ss .... 2 0 0 0 0 0 Allison, rf 2 0 1 2 0 0 Total .. ...20 4 7 15 1 4 Pogue-Mille.3. AB R II PO A E Geier, If 3 1 1 1 0 0 Leonard, 3b .. 3 2 0 2 0 0 Englebert, c .. 3 0 1 9 0 0 Carter, lb ... 3 0 0 1 0 1 Gilmore, ss ... 2 1 1 1 1 1 Sands, 2b 2 0 0 1 0" ? Martin, cf 2 0 0 0 0 0 McClure, rf ... 2 1 1 0 0 0 Total .. .22 5 15 Kibbeys 3 1 0 0 04 Pogue-Millers 2101 26 Struck Out Lancaster 3, Eggemey er 2, Reid 6. Stolen Bases Newman, Weeks 2. Sacrifice Hits Newman, Eggemey er, Gaston. Umpire Poundstone. PANHANDLES BEAT PALS. Through errors on first base the Pal ldiums lost Saturday afternoon to the Panhandles in a game that was fast veil played. The Newsboys outhit the Railroaders, but the latter were fortunate in placing their bingles when the most good would result from them. Three times when the Palladiums had excellent chances of scoring they were cut down by fast double plays on the part of the Panhandle infield. Camp bell, at third, played a star game for the Railroaders, and Quigley at third starred for the Pals. In the field he accepted six out of seven hard chances and made two two-baggers out of three times at bat. Score: Palladiums. AB R H PO A E Sharp, If 2 0 2 0 0 0 Hayward, rf . 2 1 1 0 0 0 Forn'm, 2b, lb 4 0 1 2 2 0 Clutter, cf 4 0 1 0 0 0 Thomp'n.lb 2b 4 0 1 9 0 3 HIarrell, c p 1 1 3 2 0 White, p 3 0 1 1 1 0 Norman, ss ... 2 1 0 0 0 2 Quigley, 3b ... 3 1 2 2 4 1 Parry, rf .... 1 0 0 1 0 0 Total 27 4 10 18 9 6 Panhandles. AB R H PO A E Wilson, ss .... 4 2 0 4 2 1 Campbell, 3b . 4 2 2 1 3 0 Rockhill, 2b .. 3 2 3 5 0 0 Rethmeyer, If 5 0 0 0 1 0 Ridge, p 4 0 2 1 1 Kinsella, C...3 0 0 7 2 0 Hazeltine, lb . 4 0 0 2 1 0 Helmick, rf ... 2 2 0 0 0 ' 0 King, cf 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 8 7 20 10 Fornham out for interfering with ball. Palladiums .. ......1 3 0 0 0 0 0 4 Panhandles 3 3 0 1 1 0 x S Struck Out WTiite 4, Ridge 3. Bases on Blls White 2. Ridge 5. Passed Ball Kinsella 2. Two Bse Hts Quigley2, Campbell. Umpire King. Bilious? Feed heavy after dinner? Tongue coated? Bitter taste? Com plexion sallow? Liver needs waking up. Doan's Regulets cure bilious tacks. 25 cents at any drug stor "To sleep, perchance tVdream is a fate which jomes when you occupy a VUDOR btialr Hammock Get on ot Xolt & Kemper. 941 IT THE THEATERS Vaudeville at the Phillips. One of the very attractive numbers on the vaudeville bill for the New Phillips, which will open this after coon, is Harry Botter and Company, who present a comedy playlet and who are said to be one of the best attrac tions that circuits including Richmond cansecure. It is expected that this will be a bright spot on the bill. In addition there will be an Irish minstrel turn by J. L. Mack; a comedy acro bat turn by Huegel brothers; singing, dancng and character comedy by Corrigan and Hays; the Hirchhoius, Alpine entertainers; the llustrated songs and motion pictures. Indica tions are that as a whole the bill is one of much merit and will get liberal patronage. Despite the extremely warm weather, interest in vaudeville holds up and it appears that it will hold up as long as the managers of vaudeville houses can get attractive programs, and so far there is no indi cation that the supply is running out or is in any danger of running out. THE ANNUAL PICNIC TODAY The Woman's Home Missionary So ciety of Grace Church to Have an Outing, v. The annual picnic of the Woman's Home Missionary Society of Grace Church will be held at the home of M. C. Price, west of the city, this afternoon, June 11. A Young People's prograjn will be given. AH members and friends of the Society are invited. MUSIC AT SEA. Conditions Under Which Shlpa' Sails Sometimes Stuff. Some curious facts have been noted with regard to the sound conducting qualities of ships' sails. When ren dered concave by a gentle breeze, the widespread sails of a. ship are said to be excellent conductors of sound. A ship was once sailing along tbe coast of Brazil, far out of sight of land. Suddenly several of the crew, (while walking along the deck, noticed that when passing and repassing a particular spot they always heard with great distinctness the sound of bells chiming sweet music, as though being rung but a short distance away. ' Dumfounded by this phenomenon, they quickly communicated the diacev ery to their shipmates, but none of them was ablo to solve the enigma as to the origin of these seemingly mys terious sounds .which came to them across the water. Months afterward, upon returning to Brazil, the crew 'determined to satisfy their curipsity. Accordingly they men tioned the circumstance to their friends and were Informed, that at the time when the sounds were heard the bells in the cathedral of San Salvador, on the coast, had been ringing to cel ebrate a feast held in honor of one of the saints. Their sound, wonderful to relate, fa vored by a gentle, steady breeze, had traveled a distance of upward of 100 miles over the smooth water and had been brought to a focus by the sails at the particular locality in which the sweet sounds were first heard.. This is but one of several Instances of a similar kind, trustworthy authori ties claiming that this same music Is often heard under somewhat the same circumstances and especially In a mois ture laden atmosphere. London Tit Bits. CnsrfiBh Regard For Teaching. If there is one occupation which Englishmen are unanimous in con demning as degraded and degrading it Is that most fascinating, most difficult, delicate and important work, the train ing of the mind. In what are humor ously called "the higher walks" of teaching there are respectable salaries to be earned and agreeable rooms or houses for occupation. Here, purged of the dross eX utility, a man may once more( take r2k as a gentleman, and if he becomes head of a house the su preme useleseness of his position com mands universal and silent respect. Nineteenth Century. Paper llitnil'kerclileTa. "The paper handkerchief, unlike the paper collar, Is here to stay," said a physician. "It has a good reason for remaining, and that is what the paper collar never had. The paper handker chief comes to us from Japan, where for centuries it has been in use. It is soft and thick and strong, and It looks like silk. It costs a cent less than the cost of laundering a linen handker chief.. The linen handkerchief, physi cians agree. Is the most dangerous ar ticle in the "human wardjdbe. It swarms with billions of germs of con sumption and grip and pneumonia, and hence, Instead of being laundered, it should be destroyed. But It can't be destroyed; it is toa expensive. The pa per handkerchief is destroyed. It is thrown into the fire. The rarity of consumption In Japan Is attributed. with come show of Justice, to the ex elusive use of paper handkerchiefs by the Japanese." New York Press. NOTICE TO HEIRS, ETC. CREDITORS, In the matter of the estate' of Eliza beth Culbertson, deceased? In the Wayne Circuit Court, Aril Term, 1906. Notice is h; areby giventhat William inhat Wi K. Cheesmad as . administrator of the estate of Eli abeth Culbertson deceas- ed, has presAted an led his account and vouchers in fi settlement of said estate, land the same will come y'f oil ex nation and action of jwrfd Cofirt on the 23rd day jpTJune 1906 hich time all heirs, creditors or tees of said estate ppear in .said Court .re required and. show ca said account If any there bo, why vouchers should not be approved. William K. C&eesman, Administrator. Robbins & Starr, Attorney. 28-4-11 CITY ADVERTISEMENT. Department of Public Works. Office of the Board, Richmond, Ind. Notice to Contractors: Notice Is hereby given by the Koard of Public Works of the City of Rich mond, Indiana, that sealed proposals will be received by it, at its office, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., on Wed nesday, June 20th, 1906. for the fol lowing described puMii improve ments in the City of ltlclmu.i'd. a au- tnorized by the Improvement Resolu tion named: Improvement Resolution Numhpr 61. Froviding ror the construction of a 12 inch pipe sewer in tl;3 tulev be tween South loth aal lth streets. Irnni-the south line of lot .V;Mend;m- hall land Fi ice's addition, south E street, and a 15 inch piD3 wer fvrm the center of outh C s-'trej. between Soul!: lotu and 16th st ... and cou nting v. itb the Souh Ciptreet trunk sewer si, the interseciifti cf sou'h IJ'i. and C streets. lrrprovr.cnt Resolution Nurrber 60. Piovidlng fur the gr.!dft;.r, g avxling and bo iMt-iing and c JpLtrucMon. t f a throe brick center gut i:i the al;oy bftwecr Randolph Liucoln street from West 4th stre to West rth stre--.. . All work done iff the ir.nkirg f si'd ciosciiltd pulIc !.'i.rovemenis, shiM io hi accordance with tii? terms y! ci.ir'.'ons oijfthe Iniprovemout RosoliiUr'iis, as niyberol, anil tj?o d--tfil pians, profilfi;, drawings ? i d sjif-. i atici s wlfth arc :n ii! and "iav l.i'fsee:; iff tha olTkx- of said Boi-.rd cf Public Wor is it trie cr.y of Ricr.i The .t!(icrs,In sunmitt. x piojo sa' j to tiiukelajd le-v i ;l imU'c iiaproverVi'tsJhiust ic? impariy ' each bid wl-h kcffified chroc 1n lh- STin of $100.00 sJbvidence of god faith that the successful bidders will exe cue, vM.in ten days from t,. accep tance of proposals, contracts and bonds upon the acceptance of such proposals will forfeit the checks and the sums of money payable thereon to the city as agreed and liquidated damages for such failure. The Board of Public Works reserv es the right to reject any or&H bids. JOS. S. ZELLE JOHN F. DAVENPORT, WILLIAM H.tOSA. Board of JPublic Wrorks. June 4th and 11th. STOCKHOLDER MEETING. The stockholders ft the Richmond Casket Co. .are heleby notified that the Annual Meet of Stockholders convenes at the of The Rich mond Casket Co., ie 19th, 1906, 2 m. J. II. MLLS, Secretary and General Managei d-8-11-13-15-18 RICHMOND TEA, CfifFEE AND GROCErcO. 715 main Street DEALERS LA THE HIGH EST GRADE JGOODS AT THE LOWEST CKSH PRICES. INCEDj CALL AND BE CONVII s. LOTTOS. 6th St. CABINET ifAKER Fine Cabinet 5rk and Repairing ROUND i OHIO Dayton & Western Trac. Co. Thursday, June 14t( , 1906 account Encampment t t i Grand Armylof the 1 Republ 4 Grand Parade At 2:30 P.8V1. 4 4 X J ? T?VTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTttT Palladium Want Ads Pay. As to the Kec Tier action most Industrious Have made her quite Illustrious And have testified the iudnff ; For her we Ions have had. For she with regularity Has made fresh eggs no rarity ' And has put the storage article - t - - . Batellmely tojthe bad- . . T 1 D 0 oZZ trip MIGHTS OF PRESENT The Gorgeous Scenic "le Pure Monday qjsa Tuesday Gennett Theater FULL ORCHESTRA Seats 25c, 50c and 75c. Now on Sale at Westcott Pharmacy. oiiidlayV Flow Day 1 Gold Medal Flour is once mofc """Ing to the front and they are giving us a deal as to Gold Medal. ' Gold Medal as you all knov x! king of bread bakers. 25 lb sack at 70cts, 20 starry j'with each sack sold Monday. Lenox Soap 8 bars and 1Z stamps 25cts. ' Swifts Pride Soap 9 barsjtind 12 stamps 25cts. Mule Team Borax. MuleTeam Borax 1 pound and 10 stamps 15cts. Xcelo: Xcelo king of an breakfast foods, 1 package and 10 stamps 10ct- Not over fivkto each customer. Navy BeaVs 3 quart and 30 6tamps 3Ccts. In Our DryYSoods Department our Special will be. Uk Umbrella wiU the Embroidered edge $2.00 value at $1.48. White Duck Bkirufrom $1.00 to 52.C0. White Shirt Wais both long and short sleeves from $1.50 to $2.00, 50 stamps with ea&hAvaist cold 1ondy. Remember the department Store saves you the pennies. We give the S. and H. Green trading stamps as diccount for cash. HOOD'S MODEL DEPARTMENT STORE Trading Stamps with All Purchases. Free Delivery. New Phone 1079; Old Phone 13R. Store Open Tuesday, Friday and Saturday Evenings. 411-413 Main Street. ' IS DISEASE Not so verv lonir aaro. a nonular magazine published an editorial article In which the .writer asserted. In sub stance, that all disease should be re garded as criminal. Certain it is, that mnch of the sickness and suffering of mankind is due to the violation of cer tain of Nature's laws, which, if under stood and implicitly followed, would result in the prevention of much of the sickness and suffering of humanity. But to say that all sickness should be regarded as criminal, must, on a little sober reflection, appeal to every rea sonable and intelligent individual as radically wrong. Thousands suffer from contagious and infectious diseases most innocently and unconsciously contracted. Other thou sands suffer and die of cancerous affec tions, the cause of which no medical man has yet been wise enough to fer ret ont and determine, and which can not, therefore, be avoided. Then too, many times stress of circumstances compel people to expose themselves to various disease-producing agencies, sch as malaria, bad air in overheated factor ies, coal mines, and many other situations, and surely those who suffer therefrom should not be branded as criminals. In-so-far as disease' Is contracted or brought on one's, self from harmful ex cesses, over-eating, intemperance and Mother like indulgences and debauchery, we think, with our editor friend, that it should be regarded ao little less than criminal. On the other handrwe think it would be harsh, unsympathetic, cruel, yes criminal, to condemn the poor, weak, over-worked housewife who sinks under the heavy load of household cares and burdens which she Is obliged to struggle aiong unaer until sne succurats to the strain andover-exertion, and suffers from weaknesses, various displacements of pelvic organs and other derangements peculiar 10 nersex. The too freo,uent bearing of children, with its exacting demands upon the sys tem, coupled with the care, worry and labor of rearing a large family, is often the cause of weakness, derangements and debility which the mother has to bear and which are aggravated by the many household cares, and the hard, and never- ending work which she is called upon to perrorm. wr. fierce, the maker of that world-famed remedy for women's peculiar ills Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription says that one of the greatest obstacles to the cure ot this class or maladies is the fact that the poor, overworked housewife can not get the needed rest from her many household cares and labor to enable her to secure from the use of his "Pres cription "its full benefits. It is a matter of frequent experience, he says, in his extensive practice in these cases, to meet with those in which his treatment iails by reason of the patient's inability to ab stain from hard work long enough to be cured. With those sunering from pro lapsus, ante-version and retro-version of the uterus or other displacement of the womanly organs, It is very neces sary that, in addition to taking his "Fa vorite Prescription" they abstain from being very much, or for long periods, on their feet. All heavy lifting or straining of any kind should also be avoided. As much out-door air as possible, with mod erate, light exercise is also very import ant. It is Dr. Pierce's observation that many housewives suffer much in a weakened condition of their system from too close confinement in-doors. Often the kltchen, where they spend most of their time, is illy ventilated and the bad air and over heating thereof act most unfavorably upon the woman's strength, until she finds herself sunering from various veak? nesses attended- by backache, bearing down pains, or dragging-down sensations that are extremely nam to bear, a ca tarrhal, pelvic drain, of most debilitating and disagreeable nature, is a common symptom of the congested or inflamed NO BETTER PLACE SCHQQ ..N ATiONAtrTmOTABY HOME. 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To such women as are not seriously out of health, but who have exacting duties to perform, either In the way of house hold duties or in social duties and func tions which seriously tax their strength, as well as to nursing mothers, the "Fa vorite Prescription " has proved a most valuable supporting tonic and Invigorat ing nervine. By its timely use, much serions sickness and suffering may be avoided. The operating table and the surgeons' knife, would. It is believed, seldom have to be resorted to if this most valuable "woman's remedy were resorted to In good time. The "Favorite Prescrip tion " has proven a great boon to expectant mothers by preparing the system for the coming of baby, thereby rendering child birth safe, easy, and almost painless. Bear In mind, please, that Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is not a secret or patent medicine, against which the most intelligent people are quite paturally averse, because of the uncertainty as to their harmless character, but is a medi cine of known composition, a full list of all its ingredients being printed, in plain English, on every bottle wrapper. An examination of this listof Ingredients will disclose the fact that It is non-alcohol ie In its composition, chemically pure glyc erine taking the place of the commonly used alcohol, in Its make-up. In this con nection it may not be out of place to state that the "Favorite Prescription " of Dr. Pierce is the only medicine put up for the cure of woman's peculiar weaknesses and allnTfnts, and sold through druggists, that does not contain alcohol, and that too In large quantities. Furthermore, It Is the only medicine for woman's special dis eases, the Ingredients of which have the unanimous endorsement of all tbe leadins medical writers and teachers rf all the several schools of practice, and that too as remedies for the ailments for which "Favorite Prescription " is recommended. A little book of these endorsements will be sent to any address, post-paid, and absolutely free if you request same by postal card, or letter, of Dr. It, V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. Don't forget that Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, for woman's weaknesses f.nd delicate ailments. Is not a patent or secret medicine, being the "Favorite Prescrip tion" cf a regularly educated and gradu ated physician, engaged in the practice of his chosen specialty that of diseases of women that its tngredi its are printed In plain English on every bottle-wrapper; that it Is the only medicine especially designed for the cure of woman's diseases that contains no alcohol, and the only one that has a professional endorsement worth more than all the so-called "testi monials" ever published for other med icines. An invitation; is extended by Dr. Pierce to every nick and ailing woman to consult him by letter. There is absolutely no charge or fee for this. Every letter is carefully considered, fully answered, and its statements held as strictly private and1 sacredly confidential. Address as above directed. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con stipation. Constipation is the cause of many diseases. Cure the cause and you cure the disease. One "Pellet" is a gentle laxative, and two a mild cathartic. Drug gists, sell them, and nothing is "just as good" Dr. Pierce's great thousand-page Illus trated Common Sense Medical Adviser will be sent free, paper-bound; for 21 one cent stamps, or cloth-bound for 31 stamps. Address Dr. Pierce as above. TMM L THAN BEAUTIFUL OHIO. . m tiful lawns, of living: wate flowers from II parts world. Low EMtes to excursion agent will cafl. alLomedy Idtioce" 4- . v