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Mrs. Mittie Huffakcr.
1 1" ii 1W HAD GIVEN IIP ALL HOPE. CONFINED TO HER BED WITH DYSPEPSIA. "I Owe My Life to Pe-ru-na," Says Airs. Huffaker. Mrs. Millie lluffulior, It. I!. No. 8. Cohuiilnn, Tenn., writes : " was afflicted nith dyspepsia fm several years and at last m as confined to my bed, unable to sit up. 'We tried several different ilm-tiirs without relief. " had given up all hope of any re lief and was almost dead when my husband bought me a bottle of I'e runa. "At. first, I could not notice any ben rfit. but after taking several bottles 1 was cured sound and well. 'It Is to I'eruna I owe my life to day. "1 cheerfully recommend it to all sufferers.'' Revised Formula. "For a number of yuirs reqmst? have come to me from a multitude of grateful friends. urciiiK that I'crmni be given a slight laxative iuaiity. 1 have been eNpcriniciitinj; with a laxa tive addition for quite a length nl time, and now fel gratifbd to an nnunro to the frienils of I'eruna that I have Incorporated such a quality in the medicine which, in my opinion can only enhance Its well-known bene flclal character. "S- B. IUiitman, M. D." PEOPLE IN PEINT. John L Snyder, a Seneca Indian, has received permission to take the New York state bar examination. Paul J. Kalney, a wealthy New Yorker, is having a wireless system of telegraphy Instaiie.l on his yacht. An ona, which will be the first American Bteam yacht thuj equipped. District Attorney Jerume, of New York, who Is at present in the lime light, pleads guilty to three weak nessescandy ealitih', conking Strang? dishes, and makir.e; furniture. Chaplain lie v. Francis Doherty, oi the Senevteenth Vnited States In fantry, strtioned a Fort Mr-Phersnn, edits a little paper called "The Haver Back," which 1.; widely read among soldiers, and is frequently copied. George Griffith, the Knclisli globe trotter, who has seven times encircled the earth, says he means to travel no more, but will h.iiid a home on the Isle of Man and yt-ttle down to novel writing as a neighlmr of Hall Cam' Thnmis Lewis, the son of an African king who Is rtudy.nit medicine at the Syraruse unlversbv, lias devised char acters to express the language of his tribe. He pro pose a to translate the Bible and to introduce the Christian religion among the natives. His home Is In Liber-. i, and upon the completion of his course he fxpects to become a medical mission. i ; y to his people. J. I'. Webster li-i'ds the unique dis tinction of being il;t- only mayor Wan con, la., has ever had. though the place has been incorporated 2',', years. He was selected as the first mayor In 1SS3, ana has continued to serve ever since. He has Just been elected for two years more, which will make his record as mayor a quarter of a cen tury. He Is S2 years old. and the old est mayor In the state. He Is hale and hearty. Men who ran pass their ignorance eff for eccentricity are born diplomats. Chicago Daily News. A" Positive CURE Ely's Cream Balm It qu ick I (f absorbed. Ginei Rilief at One. It cleanses, uootb.es beals and protects the diseased mem. brane. It cures Ca tarrh and drives away a Cold in the Bead quickly. He Stores tha Kenflifl rif HAY FEVER Taate and fimpll. Full r.na t... gists or by mail ; Triul Size 10 cti! by mail Ely Brothers, 50 Wurron Street, New York. You Cannot CUR nit t ft m 4 .. ! . . I 1 , , iuuaunu, uhci aicu ana caiarrnaj con flitions of the mucous membrane such as nasal catarrh, uterine catarrh caused by feminine Ills, sore throat, sore mouth or inflamed eyes by simply dosing the stomach. But you surely can cure these stubborn affections by local treatment with Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic yhich destroys the disease germs.checks discharges, stops pain, and heals the tanamnution and soreness, Paxtine represents the most auccessful local treatment for feminine ilU ever Induced. Thousands of women testify to this tact to centa at Hrv""i;t3. Said for Free Trial Box U J. FAITO GO. T ma. --ft. JATARRH SpHwta fa g J i FORES! FIRES IN UPPER MICHIGAN PORTIONS OF WISCONSIN ARE ALSO INVOLVED. 200 MILES SWEPT OVER Btvrrnl Vlllnara KeliorK-d ntroyrd And It la Kaarcd 'lluit Miiiilr of llniiinii l.lv. Mr Have Hrcil l.ot. tvtrolt. Mich., May 19. Fragmen tary reports have reached the De troit News and Free Press from Ks- canaha and Gladstone, Mich., stating that a destructive forest fire Is raging in the upper peninsula in the neigh borhood of the two cities mentioned. It is reported that three towns have i j-.... e.nl c.veire miles UCI'Il UrsilU.'ni, mn. .v - of territory have been devastated and that several persons have been burned to death. I'ortlotia uf Wlnroniln Involved. Milwaukee. May 1. Spceia'.s to llio Hentinnl ti.tl nf s. rinus fires in three sections of VIcous!n anl up per Michigan, a trac- or square miUs has been swept by fores: fires ar Kscanaha. Mich., and several villages d.-st roved. Several Hic ma1 have liecn lost. The city of ?'ar.!.-y in Chippewa county, a town of 5V luhabttants is r. portd to be in t'.anies The village of Auburn.iali , W'.io.i county, was swept by fir whtch started in nroiiertv valued at s; i e 'n Tallint. Mleh.. 1 r . .1 Ont. Menominee. Mich.. May i.e F tires are raging in a lar.ee ae; M.'nominee e e:n'y biv.r.g :C: done much dan. ace Talbot population. ZZ "l nee was wiped nor-h of Menor : by fi-e Frid iv I n't I ev. nlng. Severa mnnv farm buildllics ir -l-i 1 ir lumber stocks are in t- r T Menomine.- fi: !epartn nt has b-. called on for help The wind ro rap! :ly '-:r.s Hiet of shipper; pre! ',':. ;-; th era; rs and ether -t.wr.t. 1' i- rep 'et : ::itirder rt-.'-i :n'-.al i'ar.-K h s :e 'airr.c I M!;:re-er i r.v. p-;-;'ri-;en :s r-y ' r. f re T! re; - rf.'d a' e -was l.a.i a rr.i.e :ror:. ;. :.r. I bcv;:, d r ;'y t '"ir-l :'re 'a- ( iteri l'-( lliimlri'd quart lile, Milwaukee. May " - -;;-.; : -;e--1:,1 from Ma-;;;- r.e. WI-. a; p. nr. Friday, 'aid: "Th1 last n'e'rra'e r. o; 'ara' f at th!3 hour ;s Jj.it !.. f r'-t tire whit h Is sw.ej ir.g ti e (cur.'y t orth her has reai !:- I !:o;-. iriunty. r.--r;h . f l i'k ir.?' n. Thi - n.aiic - f- -:;r ,-o-ir.; e u h err s-;'f.rir.j fr en fr- Tl.e a".-a : two l.iit; i:e ni:b s pxt-i' Tl.e li;n;ier 'own of Shifff-r ir Dick inson ( cut ty was w;; e e;r. X w i-f' riii i e u rfc-lve; as ;. tl.e io--. -f ii'e there, if any 1 h villa"; - of Fan ty. a b'n.bcr 'oit; 'n Ir n e.-vte. F!n:ei. "i- , l;a- al o s-ie; t by tl.e tiame-. l leri e HIiitc at Miiuley, W l. St. 1'aul. Minn.. M.r. i A sp ial to tiv I'i'Uie.r l'r- . iri.m -5t y. Wis., says: Fire, winch s'arti ,1 in table- he Northwestern Luiab r Co. i spark from the Northwestern mill 'ag. d all Friday afternoon, but at iebt o'clock Fiidav nii-ht was prac tically under control. Over 1"'i rsl- ences an 1 a dozen business buiMin-rs ba'e be n destroy(-d and the luss is stimuti ! at $;'M.i.;..rf.. a h-eh wind : i r ;- i 1 1 the lianas away from the "riieture. 1 1 i 1 1 six blocks to the east ivere completely burned out. The are department -orP f the Xonh ivestern Lu:nbr Co. was ainoni: the business places destroved Si rapid was the prorrress of th" conflaarat ion that pracicaliv mehinc -ni:'i be .-.jv-'d from the resid.nr-es F.nniries and iirc-ratn were s. nt trum Thorpe, Fau Claire ami Chippewa Fails and th" firemen .-areecd.d in keeping the flames out of the main bu.-diiesr. section. At midnight the firemen hail t'io fire under control and expected to be able to save the remainder of the city, although a stiff gale still was blowing. The Northwestern Lumber Co 's lumber yards and large feed mill also was burned The aggregate plss j3 now placed at j:ifio.afn.i. Heavy I.aa at Marathon ltv. Wausau, Wis., May in. Fire of un known origin broke out in the lum ber yards of 1'hlllips fr Menzcr ut Marathon City Friday. Over three million feet of lumber valued at $r.o, Mio have been consumed and the town io threatened. I uriilturf Fnrtury Mured. Owosso, Mich , May Ifi -Tbo brick furniture factory of the Estey manu facturing company was destroved by fire Friday night. The Lake lee. com panies' icehouses are also in ruins. The loss on the furniture factory is estimated at tlon.ObO. Cuball, Out., Hlprd Ont. North Hay, Ont., May 19.-A report has reached here that the town of Cobalt, one of the ml Iew Ontario, has been completely dn- ","":u " "re- 'i is alBo reported that several people were killed by an explosion. Arreatad On Kedarnl Indlctn.nl. Chicago, May 19. .TllUll J ttr.l-.aai nan lit president of tho rQh n... . - -... uu i a jr-fj National Co-Operatlve societv. which failed last winter, haa h,, i.n.,j ---- w--ew juiiii:ieu by the federal Krand Jury on a charge (. me malls to defraud He was later released on ball. Colorado Ofllclal, tondfmnad. Canton, 0., May 19.-Refore adjourn Ing the tin workers' ronvUnti .a..... ed a resolution condemn W iha ... the Colorado official who are alleged to uepLrlea omcais or the Western " ,"r, reaeranon without proper au thority of law. Ice Man Indlvlrrf. Cleveland, May 19,-The grand leiurnea indictments, Friday against President 13 directors of the City ice Delivery Par Hon a .i i -V Washington, May 19.-The'presdent Friday nomlnate.l Pant -....., . vuanes Sperry to be rear-admiral. Tope Plua X Hna the Uooi. Home, May 19. Poyj Piua x., who is suncring irom gout, has temporal lv Blinno.lHoH Ilia ni,ln... .j uuuivmuu ... WUU.CUCtB. Wrll-Knovra Texan Dend. rRis;i.!ne. i ex., May 13.-H. C. Swan ron, aged 84, the best-known man i IvaUera Texas, Is dead. TWICE-TOLD TESTIMONY. A Woman Who Has Suffered Tells How to Find Belief. The thousands of women who suffer backache, languor, urinary disorders and other kidney ills, will find com fort in the words of Mrs. Jane Kar rell, of 606 Ocean Ave., Jersey City, N. J., who mvs: "I reiterate all I have said before in praise of Poan's Kidney Fills. 1 had been having- heavy backache nn.l i my general health was .affected when : 1 'began using them. My feet were I swollen, my eyes puffed, and di::y j spells were frequent. Kidney action ! was irregular and the secretions high- j ly colored. To-day. however. I am .1 well woman, and I am confident that , Doan's Kidney Tills have male me j to, and are keeping mo well." j Sold by all dealers. ?? oen'9 a box. j Foster-Milburn Co.. BttfTalo, N. Y. j WAS WILLINC TO "BITE." ! One in the Audience Who Hsci Xevtr Heard ct the Great Man ia Question. At the recent snr enters of Cave Kli were pres-r.te i f.r r.eef.r.p ar; i Cle an! C:t Pest-.'n M K. Star -s R, r-.h;; says wro r.e michty Staples" J V; arnts ba--k dfcp Acair a vci ar. i ar, t I e-.t K A ?- Waal, 1 i W'r. - TERRIBLE ITCHING SCALP. Out Also Old S:ici:e a Is a El n Hands and r Declares; tirr.bs-Ar. Cuticu: 1 r. 1 v 1 We 11-.: l'- 1 to I t! 1 u r wi ii f.ihuiL- at 'ie i a- i ura he..;ld be h ng of the an-I t'mt:k rid n h a Mt. Yem-ai . n; a I - everv ere' wii -I I i l.t II- In- : e. W,n. H II n the line l'l.-.rjeb.iea, I'a.. Axkma 2, 19-5." CLOTEES a:d conduct. Addison could not write his best un less h- was well dressed. Every man and every woman feels the ir.fluen-'e of dothes and appearance upon conduct. Indeed, in a ciillennlum of free jthes of the late.-t fashion we shail all be archangels. You have beard of the lonely man in the Australian nush who always put on cv-r.;nfi dress ltir dinner, so that lie might rememaer he was a gentle man. I'ut a naughty girl ii'to her best mday (lutbes. and she will behave quite niee'y. rut i. DiacKttuaru mpi khaki and he will be a hero. Put an omnibus rnnda'tor into uniform and Ii" will live in to his clothes. First Day of the Voyage. Fteward I ud you ring, sir? Traveler Yes. steward, I 1 rang. "Anything I can hrins. sir?" "Y-yes, st-steward. liub-bring me a continent if you have one, nr an Island anything, steward, so 1-lul-long as It's solid. If you can't, sus-sink the ship." Harper's Bazar. What Has Reason to Do with It? doe Hut, my dear fellow, la your Income enough to justify your mar rying? Fred I'm afraid not. "Then what reason have you for taking so serious a step?" I have no reason. I'm In love." Stray Stories. BREAD DYSPEPSIA. The Digesting Element Left Out. Hread dyspepsia is common. It af fects tlio bowels because white bread is nearly all starch, and starch is digested In the intestines, not in the stomach proper. Up under the shell of the wheat berry nature bas provided a curious deposit which U turned into diastase when it is subjected to the saliva and to the pan creatic juices in the human Intestines. This diastase is absolutely necessary to digest starch and turn it Into grape sugar, which is the next form; but that part of the wheat berry makes dark flour, and the modern miller cannot readily sell dark flour, so nature's val uable digester Is thrown out and the iuman system must handle the Btarch as best it can, without the help that na ture Intended. Small wonder that appendicitis, peri tonltls, constipation and all Boris oi trouble exist when we go so contrary to nature's law. The food experts that perfected Grape-Nuts Food, knowing these (acts, made use in their experi ments of the entire wheat and barley, Including all the parts, and subjected them to moisture and long continued warmth, which allows time and the proper conditions for developing the diastase, outside of the human body. In this way the starchy part is trans formed Into grape-sugar In a perfect ly natural manner, without the use of chemicals or any outside Ingredients. The little sparkling crystals of grape- sugar can be seen on the pieces of Grape-Nuts. This food therefore Is naturally pre-digested and its use In place of bread will quickly correct the troubles that have been brought about by the too free use of starch in the food, and that is very common in the human race to-day. The eeffct of eating Grape-Nuts ten days or two weeks and the discontin uance of ordinary white bread Is very Earned. The uaer will gain vapidly lu itrengtn and physical and mental Health. Xlwre'i maon," TREACHEROUS CUBANS AMERICAN SAILORS MOBBED AT OCANTAXAMO. tint Shot and Tnciil" (lul.hr.l. MaM'Cd a Hacked lih -Vi Other nil ll.ldlT -hrtea. Washiun; psrtuirf.t '; A;ne-;c.-,n . natives at ;hat all th. ed. Or.e j-.abbt.i or Ihe sa le f'ar ;o out-, till all o-r ants ;r. i: cud t .e f.i i.aclie tc. 1: is coc: SSSifitCl 11 Araer:car.s' Tbe rvr"; .b.--.t;es sr..:?.! at il a. M.o IS -The c . .;. cc-'u ites. ;;r.bo;fJ f..-:s US- assa.l . clabs vs. thf at-;: tlte ..vs. rvv.'.ce ; t:. :.f r.t.y ii" .-.I:', sa lv. .'.'i.'set rr.'. f.-i. iu ss .! . ; An e . sie STAND COLLAPSED, I MINISTERS INJURED F. --. V 0 P, W. Va, r-1 M --1 nr-la-ish Chi V.- -.. W. C litnl!. Tjo-. X. M . back : raise.!. FRISCO CITIZENSHIP RECORDS DESTROYED Pan Fr ne s o. May Hi.-..Anxious applicant- a; the loirts have called th" lour.ty clerk's :.Uentk-n to :h grave fact tint the r, cords in over I'mniaO cises of i'it i7enship have 1 ecu des troyed. The political iiuputaiae of this can not 1) ovei e -timateil. as in the majority of instances absolutely no d .canienls exist whereby iiatuia'izati' n and the right lo vot" can lie proved. At the same time the opportunity for political fraud is enormous. The county clerk's books on citizen ship which were i onsumed by the fire date from 1S.12. MET AN UNTIMELY DEATH "Teil" AVntUer, n Iuiihk si. l.uiila ll II innn i re. Dcail t'rnm llnriia In IIIi I'tke Ciutily Home. St. Louis, May in. .lanes Theodore Walker, a young millionaire clubman, society leader and travi ler, who was faimliuly known to his many friends at "Ted'' Walker died at his country h ii'.e n-ai Clarksviile, I'ike county. Mo.. Thursdav night . after two davs of agony caused by being binned last uesdav by nn explosion of gaso line In bis automobile gnrairc-. His young wife, who, as Mi-s Lily ambert. was one of the mast popular enr.g society gins of the town, was at his bedside when the end came. The aceid-nt happened about C:W) m. last Tuesday. In a little sheil on e c-tate directly in the rear of the onn.g cuiiple's beautiful country home. Coiiilrey Will Hp Krnteil. Washington, May 10. Harry M. Coudrey, republican, of SI. Louis w-as. Friday, declared entitled to the seat In congress from tho Twelfth Mis souri congressional district. lv tho house committee on elections .No. 2. The contested seat has been held by Ernest E. Wood, of St. Ixmis, demo crat. The election was in tho fall of 1904. The committee's report has not been made public and will probably not he read until late in the session now drawing to a close. r'loriiluim l.ynrh .Kro, Tampa, Fla., .May 19. A mob entered the jaii at Iverness, Citrus county, tiKik the keys from the jailer and took out Frank Jordan, colored, charged with robbing and murdering a white ped dler named SweencU at Stage pc.nd, two weeks ago. The negro was hanged to tree a short distance from town, I)pRIontlent Girl Drinks Pnlaon. Shelbyville, Mo., May 19. In a fit of melancholia Miss Pearl Phillips, 19 years old, drank carbolic acid at her homo near this city and died. She left a note indicating she was despondent. No Mueiige t'ampalvn In Arkannas, Little Rock, Ark., May 19. The In. terchurch Temperance Federation ot Ar kansas Is planning an active "no li cense" campaign in every county In th state, and has issued an address to tha clergymen of the state asking their co operation. Prominent Architect Dend. Houston, Tex., May 19. W. H. Ham mond, aged 70, a widely-known archi tect, died just after completing tha last stroke on the plans (or a new ho tel. Blnncharil t'rsea Insurant Reform. Baton Rougue, La., May 19. Got. Blanchard sent to the legislature special message urging insurance re form. Self-Innlcted Wound Fatal. Decatur, 111., May 19. Arthur Stuf. flebeam died from a bullet wound In flicted by himself a week ago. Intra Orenl Mlll Bnrned. Boone, la., May 19. Tha cereal mills were totally destroyed by fire, with a loss ot )W,W. Tha luuranca dm 'FROTH OF FUN. Sh sec t, "1 think Mrs, Newcombe Is so iten't vou? You can read her ehit VBU iicter in her face." He "es, ' " i read between the linos "Yes. I'm going In for teaching. "Ooir-S In f,r teaching" Why. I would rather irarry a widower wlfh balf a do.-en children:" "So would 1-but whore's the widower?" -Well. Kr.-.ily, did you have a good t;;v e at the masked ball?" "Oh. I had a splendid Line. 1 made my husband dress tip as a knight in heavy armor. sr..; re n.u s;vt n'l nt: ' Mr TubV .-.;r s.stir I .10 la' a t able to budge from one -wo-.:, .ke the " Itch l'ehhio. how dees engagement ring -ie ' Well, it's a has a bard job to ;i tho oiher j ;re.U prima ; ens because , acting?" a motor go 's, and trat 1 tha far. b.;t si ae I..vt.:r.e the Bl.tn-.e. :;ng w.' ; eoonon i.l hna- h-r : a .1- I . Th -v.lar Tact. real rn- y i; ner en t. at X. Y. Yen r.-r.'t Have ta W. Vv( hey as bai X. Y. F: the think they AYegctable Prcpawlion fur As -simila I iufi llic Foot! nnd Hog ul;i -iing the Stomachs and Bowels of Promotes DiesliinvChcorPiil nt'ssandliosl.ConliiinsniMlliiT Opium, Moi'i'liimt nor Mineral. Not IM.viic otic. Pmpr afMdlliSAKl 'ELPtTamU Jtx..fcniA W,.W- Ivirnivttt - lit OHtmtf-Soda Hvvt .1'ft.f -CltvihMt tiifqr hmbiyHfni Flayer. Apeifccl Hcmedy forfonslipn fion , Sour Stomach, Dinrrtwrxi Worms .Convulsions .Fowrish ni ss (iml Loss oi- Sl.EE I". Tac Simile Sifinnliirc of MKW VORK. WOODS FEVER PILLS, i TRADE MARK. nj ,i Torpid If Your llrnuruUI lloean't DR. WM. Ki-i-i I lii-m, Write lo i s. Where the Fault Lay. Doctor Have you any idpa how you caught this turrlble cold? Patient I think It was my cloak. "Too thin, ch?" "No; It was a last winter one nnd I didn't care to wear it." Illustrated Bits. Some people think that first-class piety Is simply a feeling of pity foi the third-class passenger on the glory train. FITS. St. Vitus Dance and nil DiKOiisi's permanently cured bv lr. Kline's 5reiit Nerve Hcstorer. fiend i'nr l-'ree trial bottle and treatise. Ir. H.H.Kline d., m and 033 Arch tit., Philadelphia, i'a It Is human nature to wonder how jo many Incompetent people succeed where we can't. Judge. Garfield Tea, the herb lnxntive, is better han drugs and stronn cathartics; it cutes. The sun that shines rises In the heart In the face I.ig:-t-.; .-.at r.:en a. ways ar- f.eavy-wv:g.'.t t:"..r.Kers. lydia E Plflkham'S EXACT COPy OF WRAPPER. lreywi,l, I.VIVI liMLD.s llrVsififS . . JLin yTi fliTirrrb Th ' ' ., eSrSrreSr-How WoSa" May Avoid Them. Goinp throug-U the hospitals in otir lareo cities one is surpriscil to tind such a largv proportion of tho put iou Is 1 v ingr on those snow-whito beds woineu ami p-irls. who tire cither awaiting or reooverinir from serious operations. Whv shouid tins be the case? Kim plv because they have neg-lectol them selvia. Female troubles are certainly on tho increase among' the women of this oovmtrv-they creep upon them tuiatiaris, but every one of those patients iu the bosiutiil beds had plenty of warning" in that beariiig'-dowu feci-ifig-. pain at left or right of t lib abdomen, nervous exhaustion, pain in the small of tho back, di.-. iness, flatulency, dis placements of the organs or irregular ities. All of these symptoms are indi cations of an unhealthy condition of the female organs, and if not hooded tho penalty has to be paid by iv ilatiger ous owrai'iou. When these-symptoms manifest themselves, do notdratralong' until you are obliged to pro to the hos pital 'and submit, to nil operation but remember that I.y.lia 10. l'iuk h.am's Vegetable Compound, has saved thousands of women from surgical operations. . , 'When women are tronhled with lr rog'n'ar. suppressed or painful periods, weakness, displacement or ulceration of the org-ans, that boaring'-down feel ing, inllamniation, baekaohe. bloating (or tlatulouey), g-oiioral debility, indi gestion, and nervous prostration, orare besot with such symptoms as dizziness, lassitude, excitability, irritability, ner v.insTiess. sleeplessness, melancholy, "all-cone" and " want-to-be-left- nloiie" feeling's, they should remember there is one tried and true remedy. Vegetable Ccrniiound Tor Infanta nnd Children. fhs Kind Yoa Have Always Bought In Use For Over Thirty Years THC Of NTAUR COMPANY. NCW VOFiK CITV. Bears the . Signature FOR HALF A CENTURY WOOD'S FEVER PILLS MA VE BEEN RECOGNIZED as a S URE CURE for ail BILIOUS and MALARIAL DISEASES. Aiu Fomalo Regulator, Blood Purifier, an-I In rmn- Liver, tli- y have no ecniul. eOo A BOX. WOOD &. SONS, Cairo, III. 'umiftiiMiui.1 -m vgmKmrhmmr.mwwtjaimimi to my wife, with great benefit," writes Dr. 0. P. Walker, of Motz, Ark., "2nd unhesitatingly endorse it as all that its makers claim. I have used it lately in tvo very obstinate cases of amenorrhea (scanty flow) in young girls, one of habitual miscarriage and one of sterility, all with the happiest results. I am, as most doctors are, slow to recommend patent medicines, but Cardui ac- compusnes results, ana so I use it." Good for peri odical pain, and other female trouble. Try it. Sold by all Druggists Variety. She Don't you get tired of thin modern life, with its heartburnings, iU longings, its cruel disappointments, Its unutterable Imnletitiac? Ho Oh, yes. lint always Just about that time soem new girl conios along. Lite. A Harmless Laxative, ll you imifst take a lnxntive. tnkc a linrm less one. Ijix l-'os dues not gripe, therefore dees not irrititto. Irritation is what does the harm. 1'iico 60 cents. ' Hadn't Chun&rsd tit All. Patience That Inng-luiired man with the diamonds, at tho piano, I just heard started life as a poor musi cian. Patrice Well, he's that yet. Stray Stories. Write Oarfield Tp.-i fn 1UI.. xt v for sample of Garfield Tea. Mild laxative! A London man has Invented an en gine to be run by air. Presumably hot. - t DnprationS The followinir letters cannot fail to bring- hope to despairing women. Miss Ruhy Mushrush, of East Chicag'O, lnd writes: Pear Mrs. Pinkham: 1 bu ve been a great sufferer with irreculor periivls and female troulile, nnu anmv uoeo nu.ntlisagotlieUK-tor, at'U-r using the VUny en me. said I bad an nbcesH uiul would luive to have an oicration. My mother want.sl metotrv Lvdui H. riiikbam s eg.-tiibl CeinpMiud ns a last resort, and it not only saved me from un operuUon but made uio en tirely well." Mrs. Alice Rerryhill. of 31S Boyco Street, Chattanooga, Tcnu., writes : Dear Mrs. I'inkhnm: "Tin-en years ago life looked dark to me. I bail ulceration mid inflammation of the female organs and was in a serious condition. "My health was completely broken down nnd thodoelor told me that if I wiisncitoi eriucdupon I would die within six mouths. tuld him I would have no ojierntion but would trv I.vdia 1-1. I'inliliam s Vegetable ConiHmi'd. lie t ried to intluenee mo against it but I sent, for the medicine that, same day and began to use it faithfully. Within five ilavs 1 felt relief but was not entirely oured until I used it for some time. Your medicine is certainly fine. I have induced several friends and neighbors to take it and I know morn than a dozen who had female troubles mid who to-day are as well and strong as I -uu from using your Vege table. Compound." Lydia VI I'inliluim's Vcgotnlilo Com pound ut oneo. removes such troubles, lli-fuse to buy liny other medicine, for you need the best. Mrs. rinUhum, daug'htor-in-lav of Lydia E. lMiikhum. invites all sick wo men to write her for advice, lloradvico and medicine have restored thousands to health. Address, Lynn, Mass. Succeeds Where Others Fall. -1 feiiiifoialwifc'l'r AND LESS From St. Louis and Kansas City to all points Southwest via M. K. y T. R'y, June 15th and 19th. Tickets good 30 days returning with stopovers in both directions. To Dallas. Ft. Worth. Waco. Houston, Galveston, San Antonio, Corpus Chri;ti, Brownsville, Laredo and intermediate con points tU To tlpaso and intermediate points .... $26.50 To Kansas, Indian Territory, Oklahoma and northern Texas points, one tare plus $2.00, but COrt no rate hiilher than Correspondingly low rates from all points: I rom t'hic.iKu, $25 s from St. I'.uil, $27-M) i from Oin.ili i and Council Bhills, $22.50. Willi- r. l full i urt I- iilai '. W. S. ST. C.KOKGH Gentral r.e--em;tT ami Ticket Aycnl ST. I.Ol'lS, Mo. ,1. I'. IIAI.V, K'inliiil'le lililii., Aiuinia, (Ja. ISi.i , . "SOUTHWEST THE DAISY FLY KILLER ?""'""' Ixmic. Uliiotx tho en tiro wea no ii, HnrmlPFH to irt'r .oiih. ( limn, rif.it tiil will nut soil or l (Onto any thlii. 1 ry lliPtn tini'f rikI ViMl Will Tlt'Vt.T I"! WlltlHllttlll'lll. If nut kept iy ileal, en. nont iirtMiAul fu. ZUu lUiluLUauBMis, j Urfemlb Ate.,brookljD,ll. 1, DEFIANCE ST&RCH-l' ounces to the pwkt.ee (ithr mun-ti'-B only VI ouncru wninn prlro unit "DEFIANCE" IS SUPERIOR QUALITY. u yi . . - ii 3 XJfa AlkeBwj I GAVE CARDUI of IjMW! SICK HEADACHE Positively cured by muse x.iiiio rills. Tliry also relieve Dis tress trom Dys-pepsla, In digestion ana Too Hearty n-auDg. a perfect rem? cdy tor Dizziness, Nausea; Drowsiness, Bad Taste in tha Mouth, Coated Tongue. Pala In the Side, TOHPID LIVEIL Thm regulate the iowels. Purely Vegotablo, SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. Genuine Must Bear Fac-Simile Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. "Jttffii, CHICAGO A. N. KELLOGQ NEWSPAPER CO. am aW UA mm am M m ' M 1 1 Aft It Kg I PILLS. CARTERS fSlTTlE lVER was so ilfl!r.it( vrlipn .... . ' was so delicate when we start cd to this place that we did not tniiiK nc wouia live to reach the journey's end, but he cam. through all right and is nowfa and healthy, owing to careful attention and safe treatment with the best family medicine in existence, St. Joseph's Liver Regulator, I was afflicted with heart trou ble and dizziness for 7 years auv-4 uwuii 11 uuLiur s cure most of the time, but improver! very iittic, u any. i began tat ingf St. Joseph's Liver R lator and when I had used hall a box I felt that I was gaininn- pf.AMfvlli nnd . v. . . t . I ft oiitiigin au i-tiiiuo uetter ana auer iaKing tnree boxes I find myself in a highly gratify. 111 cuiiuuiun. Mrs. Hesttr McIIuch Borthold, N. D4 fit. Joseph's Liver Rrt nlnlnr has m the murkpt for twenty-five 1 eai s-it j,' m, up in larn tin boxenIt Is guaranteed to give satisfaction nnd nroV itsu otreiiktli in uny climate. It pImuiM be u,j III un iuoen.il ..iviiftuf-.i.'u, , "MSHlMlUOll.Uji, iousne.iH. DyBpepsia. Hour Stnmni-h. Iim. l,ircr Complaint, Heart l'ali.ilaikm, Ohiii nd Fever, und all deraiiBenaiitaottieliyd mm Kiuiit-ya. GERSTLE MEDICINE CO., Chartanoogt, Tim, At mil Dealers, la 2 5 -tent (loiti. . L. Douglas W. L. Douglas $4.00 Cilt Edgeun, v annul, iv d ouanuu ai any price. W. L. DOUGLAS MAKES Sri LSMORl MFM'S $H. nil SHOES THA iSYOJHti mniwur ft i hue n m inc evuitLU, t1fl find REWARD to anyone who cm OIUiUUU disprove this sittemer.t. It I could take you Into my three larefictorki at Brockton, Alans., and fthow you tile intlnlti cure wlln wtllch every patrol shoes Is made, would rculie why W. L. Iloiitclus $.t su shoti cost more to make, why they hiild their ihire. lit ht-tter, weiir longer, unit are uf gruttf nirinsit vuiue man anyoiner j-.i.mi snoe. W. L. Oouulas Strong Mxdo Siootw Men, fj.bll, $2.UO. Hoyt'SchocH Urea Sltnom, 2. BO, $2.$ 1. 7 5, $1,55 CAUTION.-IliMt ne-.li lauiw WJJfc Ian J';ikO HO Plllistlhltii. Nell'l euilLsa WHii-iiu nis n:uno nun pnei mninpei en ih;. rn, tast Color E unlets upit ; the.it tfill nut ucar bmiiK Wrlto lot- lllustniti-il Cal ilou. W. I,. 11(11 (. I. As. ilreeliein.Mm IF IT WERE POSSIBLE TO MAKE A BETTER SHOE TilAN THE "Figfaro" Shoe wc would not slop until we had trade the improvement that would Letter it. But tha lasts that W5 ur.e are tS! newest and only selected parts of the test leathers ara used in their makeup. Their tinlsh their style - is of the kind that attracts. Retail S3.5O-S4.00 If your dealer "Figaro" Shoe his name and does not earrv the -write to us; civ O we will S'e t.rat you are supplied. CARRUTHERS-JONES SHOE CO. Moofcturr. MEMPHIS WIIKN WKITIM1 TO APVFBTI" Mrii.c m ul- Ihut you uw Hi" AilW' uiuut III Ihla piiper. MAKE EVERY DAY C0UN1' tsn matfpr hOW theweattier YOU CWllio' afford to be without a TfKWFR'S WATTTPPR001 lim iitlT OILED SUIT ..GRSUUU When you vw itr tnr the SIGN OF THE HSH PATEHTJ5 nnn i"i ...nj lor-. Prim"- "! ,1 li i i4iiist,.w..bt.., o. '. rtwoiyi's A. N. K.-P (1906-21) 2127' MM. my ft M MT . w I CSH Capital-,;.!ww U WAN i, nil .00, rauik