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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATUK DAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1902.
3- s' 4 & a Ragles' (Qarnival THE WORLD RENOWNED BOSTOCK Trainee! Wild Animal EXHIBITION Gr eatest Shew cf Its Kind in the Woald Lorenzo tiie Li ,n IC;'."-'. in a lit : ( t ;:t'.iij.u-r wit l! Ilu- iaoois 0::io-e-it- u-.u n. i-i. ;.M,i..r!:. Mile. Define? 'The v of !,. p- n ' .Is. ;. i-'i h"r rn! p i f i react rous. mk p ft: I rt ;i in! (Mis. si'i:1.!.-:ir-;s an i I V rubers. go I 4? 4 P.ICARDO S Au i his r.i::-.i i.:ible Kantian Bjiirs, SiberUn Wolves arid South American Hyenas, MME. SALVA And her f irocious African Lions ami bengal Tigers. ,t MLLE. FLORA ! And th: toft highly edut-vted group of FiM-mo Hears and Hufsian Wo'f Uounds in Ai:!eric. . -. . . w - - . . a fe5 iun i jp an io visit me ureal -3 no w ja S. Dorinan was unanimously re-elected president; J. V. Parry, re-c-lee-ted vioe j)i esident; C. S. Sellers, secretary. A meeting: of the association" will be held at the town hall cm Saturday. Novem ber 22, at 2 o'clock p. i.t., at which im portant business will be? transacted. NOVEMBER WEATHER The Present Beautiful Storm and Those of Other Years. K &&JU Guaranteed Pure. None So Good. Order from Melczer Bros. Co., Wholesale Dealers. I TEMPE-MESA RUPUBLICAN II c. ci. clippings, i r. t. pomebot, J nagcr Tenspa DfpaxtiD-snt. J K&nager Mesa Department. j j : TEMPE R. Morri?. who has been ir. attend- r,nic .it the Grand "Loupe I. O. C. T., in ccinvention here, returned horn.? yes- : terclay. I Cli-r'.i s Hol'lrrn and wife arrived in j T -r.!:?' yest'-rday morni.ig en route to I their hon.e in Mesa, after nearly .i ' year's absence. Ji.s h riiichett ha; been released' freni the t! Li! jury in Phoenix by re- ( (.ueit. , ; Th.- Teiiij o '.Vulvr l!ni.ro einent Co. hive btv:! dvlayed several days in their ' drilling on the ia;:d near the race track on acc-oiint fa shortage of fuel. Kcv. Now l ery of the I!aitist' church will s;.e?.k tc;no: row mornins from th subject "The Fciihei hood of ilcd and the Urotherhocd cf Man." An enter taining fe-iture of the :n r;ii:i." fervi.-'.-will be the renuitiij i o! r.ncrcrd Select irs of incFic by a la rye gramophone. Ilveryboc'y c-orclially invited. Mifs Mir.siie (''.o :v. in visited Phoenix y- stei-d.-.y. T. I". Kiofcr diove over to Phoeniii yesuroay o?i Snipe rtant br.sines::. Henry Stc.f -n of Phn ?rii and former ly of M k h h is ;t- ppted niployrrsent i:i Tenir.e. J. W. Sl- ix.rieu.' .f Pol.tnd. Ariz., a'1-t-Oinpanied ly hi:- fiiviid, I. M. Hai'.sen i . turned heme this morning to visit his brother who is ill. Ite'. F. L. I (row of th'? 'onpreyatioa al church wil take for the subject of l is riunciay rrn.rtslr.g-'s service "Thanks giving." "Tiie I'eati of Great lYiee" wili be the :-ubject cf his evening- s.cr r.ion. W. i:. V."iI.-:on ii;;d v.i.'' of PhoeTjix. are spending the day with Mrs. Wil son's parents, Mr. anf Mrs. A. C. ):an no. The verdict returned in the case of Ceo. Xichcls vs. J. F. Ajipleby in Judse Tum!i'!Pcn's court Thursday was in fa vor of the plaintiff. J lev. Firrr cf the I. K. church will f-peulv tornorrow morning from the sub ject "Love." In the evniny the pre fidi:.s elder will be iiiesent and address the c onyre:;.itio.k from the subject "The '"ievelirid M:s;e!i;iry Convention in the Iight cf Xcw Tesinminent Christian ity." P. H. Xewioan irf indipptit-cd and un able to attend to the duties of his store. K. L.. Ilodrick lias charge of the store in Mr. Xev. m tn's absence. The pasty to nave been given today in honor of little ?,'iss Kva Ilaigler'tt birthday anniversary hv.s been post poned for one week on t.ccount of the jr.cleiiieiK y of the weather. The d'-ieatis to the Grand Lodge I. . :. T. we: e -.Ugnt fully entertained at th" Xonr.ul Dormitory Thursday cvcrAr-.g. Tr.e Tempo No:mal football team left last ever.ir.fr for Tucson acconipanie.i. an:on goihcrs, by James Woolf. Ernest Corbel, Kdd. Goodwin and Garfield Goodwin. The boys who will p.-irticMpate In the game today are Aithur Woolf, 1. e.; Capt. "S'm Woolf, n. ').: Herbert Ilanr.a, r. e. ; E. F. Iiuse, 1. t.; Con? Webb. r. t.: Mert Stewart, 1. g.: i!ui ray Curnow, r. g.; Robert Iliehards. c: Jucn Ochra. 1. h. b.; Everett Wilbur, r. h b.; Wiley Conghran, f. b. Substitutes: Elmer Jones, Jo. X'oble, Frank Dykes. Manager. C. M. Packiock. W. A. Helton has sold his home farm to F. M. Hrady. the cattleman, of Mesj. Mr. Iloiron intends to retain his intere.-ts in Maricopa courHy and Gila ccunty and wiil remain here with his family for si. vcral months. NERVE Are v,' r.craUy cause, by the blood be coming iiupur, thereby depriving them of the proper strengthening nourish iih nt. To cure weak nerves ycu must, therefore, first purify and cleanse the bio '. Then you ived Hostetter's Stoin.-M-h Ilitt ':'.. It wiil perfec t the digc ..- tior,, ir.skr an abundarce of healthy bho 1, strengthen the nerves and cui" Iiysi,epsia. Cor.stipation, P.il-liousnc::- ::nd .M;.latij. Try it and be convinced. HOSTETTER'S STOMACIi BiTTERS V.'e are offe:i:ig men's and children's shoes at exceedingly 1 w prices. Call and get our price-. J. J. Hodr.rtt. The Tempo Hardware company have a fine line of air-tight heaters. L'irge :hipi..er.t o trunks just re reived, ranging i;i price from XIZ1) to ! '.'". K. T. Eyder. Drers Mai:in7. Leave orde:s with Mrs. Alice TomMnson, iVr.tral La:-.d Oi!ice. Men's black suit of clothes, giod as new: i!rr good dresser and commole, cheap at The Second Hand Store. MESA Fir.cft tain of th; year is row cr. and indie aiicr.s are that it wil! continue c'l;: ir.g the niht. "Jce Kuggks. er the Gir! Miner" wii! bo given at the opera hoas.- r-e-::t Tues day night. M. D. Itorenberger and C. II. Con r.olly are the delegate.' from Jles.t lo.'.ge cf Good Templars to the grai:d lodge row in session in Tempt. Dr. M. ;i. Gilbert sprung a Kfrpt ::- ? in the- people of Mesa, by arriving on the rr.o; r.ir.g train with a new Mrs. Cil bcit. The do: tor ha.4 kept very qukt end even hi.i con, W. M. Gilbert, wa-i take:i by Eurp;h-e. It v.-us noticed lately that Dr. Gilbert wus mt-king frecpae.it irips to I'lieeiiix, but people supposed he ivas attending professional calls. And so they apparently were. The I.;cal branch of the Womyn's Suffrage association met .-it the lic-Kcf hall last night, and had a very inter- vtir.g fc.-sion. In the abper.ee of the tn. :-.ic:e..t. Mrs. Loper. the chair was filled by the vice pre? ident. Mrs. Etta Pomcroy. The necessity of having more r, fr.ee rs being apparent. Mrs. Si'rah Pcmcroy was elected assistant tieas-u'e;- p.ri'l Mr?. W; A. Kimball auditor. It was decided by those present to v.a!ce ;in aggressive campaign from r.oiv until the time the territorial 1-gis-' !af.::e ir.ee ts. and in order to stimulate interest on the outside the ladies on cijdcd to have a debate at their next meeting. Tuesday, Xovrmher 2.". Tlie ciuestion selected is: 'fuolved. That the light of suffrage sh'.ul 1 be confer jed upon the women of Arizona." Two gentlemen we-re relerte;! to lead the discussion. Xotice of place of holding th- meeting will be given liter. The Mesa Melon Grower's Associa tion is preparing to engage in centel oupc glowing on a more extensive sro.if the coming season than they did this ycr.r. It is; expected that contracts will be signed up with H. Woods, the Chicago commission man. for Hie en tire flop, as he offers to Uke all the arscc idiion can produce. Mr. Woods handled the Mefa melons hist summer, and ree tired prices, for the growers more favorable than those received by ary ether gro.veis in the United States. The matter of signing up with Mr. Weeds will come up at the next meet ing on Saturday of this week. Lorn Saturday the annual election of officers v es held, at which time three new di rectois '.vers added C. S. Sellers, Joel K. Johnson and David T. Hibbert. W. The storm Thursday continued all day yesterday making the second typi cal rainy day known in these parts for years. It frequently rains hard here for a part of a day and is frequently sloppy and cloudy all day but fails to rain much. Yesterday and the day be fore,' though, were the kind of days they could be proud or even up in the "sound" country. There was little rain In the early morning yesterday but In the middle of the forenoon it began again and t!-re were occasional heavy rains all day. Though the precipitation was not so continuous as the day before the total probably equaled it. There is little Indication yet that the storm is over but there is no "kicking." - it may rain just as long as it wants to. This valley can't have too much of a good thing. The storm makes timely a compari son of the November weather this year with that of past years. The figures given below were secured yesterday from the weather bureau olliee. In re gird to rainfall it is learned that on no single November day sinc e lS'.Ci hen the buro-.u was established here has the rain fall equaled that of yesterday and only In lfiiK) did the precipitation oi the whole mov.th equal it. With yc-Merday's rain added, this November precipitation breaks the record. Fol lowing are the ngures for the total rainfa'l or the month: in 'it.-.. .S'j; in 'M. .04; in 'f.7. .00; in 'iS, 1.01; jn 'D'.K .3:. :in 1900. 1.73: in 13fil. .01. The rain fall from 5:30 Thursday morning to the rame hour Friday morning was 1.21. The nerest approach to so large a rain in Nc vember was on the 17th and ISth in moo when the fall was LOG. The m-rt largest rain was on the li.lth and :Cth in 1853 when th? fall was .nr.. In ine matter of temperature for th- firkt twenty days of November the fol lowing figures were secured, as the mean for that part of the month, drop ping the fractions: lMir.. T,9 degrees, 'M', 02 degrees; "07, 01 degrees; 61 cVgrres; 'f!i, 63 degrees; 19u0, 05 de Ri '?:: S4 degrees: l'.;02, 04 degr.es. The normal mean temperature, taken by the bureau as a basis for estimates of departure, cither excess or minus is for the month of November .'0 degrees. It will hi noted that in every year since l!r. the departure has been r.n ex cess r howing that the mean normal is really higher then the bureau now orks from or credits the valley with. This normal of c om so was determined yeais ogo from records then available and will no doubt be revise"! by le.ter fine.- thus making cur November cliimote "warmer" on the average than it i. now credited with being. i: ruining again t the pres. ni sNnr.i it wcr- reported here yesterday that the snow fall in Preseott had aggregated fifteen inches and in Fie.gstaff ' two feet. It snowed as far south as Kirk Imd, pel haps farthe r. A big rain we.s reported from the GU;be country day befeoe ye-terday and th.-re is no doubt but that the storm is general .-11 ever Arizona. There was a ge:ud head of water going over the Arizona dam yes terday i,ut at lost report there had been no raise in the river at Tc-mpe. AGAIKST THE CAKIEEff Resolutions by the Grand L:dge I. 0. G. T. FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK TEMPE. AUIZONA. raid up Capi tal. JGO.000.00. 'rb'T-elM' nr rrt hoik in Te mpe. Has plenty cf Tr.rtiey to lend on (Train w.iir rUlitp. rexl estate or any flrt-clan security. V. K I ".' ' H I TH v . O. L. PEASE. W. C. UILDFtETH. Pre.ideut. Vice -I Tea Cashier A busy day was spent on Thursday by the members of the Grand Lodge I. O. G. T. in Tempe, in order that ;he business might be completed ct th? e vening session. business v. as hurried through at th rooming and afternoon session so that when the Grand Iodge convened ; t S o'clock it was re idy for the clectL.n of officers. Among the actions of the Grand Lodge cf public: interest, was the continuation of the "Arizona Goo I Templar" a-s the official organ of the order in Arizona. The paper will be issued eiuarterly, and fent to every member in the jurisdiction. G. C. T. Gibson will continue as editor, anel G. S. Walbridge as associate editor and publisher. Grand Secretary Walbridge was elected superintendent of lecture work and was also recommended for appoint ment as deputy right worthy grand templar for Arizona. ' Iiesoiutions were passed strongly pro testing against the re-establishing of the regimental saloon in the army, and also pledging the Grand Lodge to Gup port in every way the enforcement of loe jl option and road house laws in Arizona. Itesolullons of thanks were also adopted to the S. P. Co., the Santa Fe Pacific, the S. F. P. & p. y., the G. V. G. & N. Ily. and the M. & P. K. Ry. for reduced rates over their respective lines .to the members and citizens of Teme and to the officers of the Grand Lodge. Those honored by tha Grand Lodge with official positions wore: P. G. C. T.. Hon. J. A. Marshall, Phoenix. G. C. T., O. Gibson Esq.. Tombstone. G. V. T.. Mrs. A. Kindred. Disbee. G Co., J. O. Mullen. Tempe. G. S. J. T., Stuart Jacobs. Preseott. G. Sec, A. P. Walbridge. Phoenix. G. Tr., A. R. Morris, Preseott. G. E. S., S. S. Green, Floral. G. Ch., Freeman Fike, Phoenix. G. Mess., Frank E. Empcy, .Tempe. G. Mar., Sidney IJrown, Disbee. G. I). M., Nellie Wright, Phoenix. G. A. S., Dertha Wilson, Tempe. G. G., Leah Leonard, Bisbee. G. d., ak'therine Duck, Tempe. These officers were intsalled by Col John Sobieski. D. R. W. G. Templar, assisted by Morrel Fike of No. 1 and Addie Kindred oi No. 2 aa instullin" marshals. After the intsallotion ceremonies re freshments were served by Tempe Lodge No. 2. Col. Sobieski and the other visiting delegates were honored guests of the Normal students at dinner on Thurs day evening and a most enjoyable time was reported by all present. 'Prof. Scudder of the faculty presided ably assisted by Miss Zimmerman, the X I o II o o 3 3 CO pj V z n i. . D a. a o o o n C ta n - 3 i n JO e bC." a o o o. n S r g. 2 S s? 2 o w3 S gScrV cr "r- 5' n 3 UP. n rt . 3 2.1 o 3 a o it r - tt ""5 - -1 5 er tr a n r t I preceptress and introduced fed. Sobies ki. A. P. Walbridge, Stuart' Jacobs and A. R. Morris who responded in appro priate addresses. The guests and students th ?n repair ed to the parlors where college songs were sung by the latter, much ti the I delight of the visitors. Mr, Walbridge was prevailed on to return tnc- courtesy by rendering o. comic vecal solo. It was with many expression of re gret by both students ami gu ?sts, wiat the l itter took thir leeeve uorly in the evening, that the closing business of the Grand Lodge might be transacted. , GOV. BR0D1E HOPIFUL Tnat Arizona Will Be Given a Favor able Report. Governor ISrodio returned to the city yer.terday morning from his tour of the southern part of th j territory with the senate sub-committee on territories. While no member cf the committee gave an expression that might indic ate what the report of I he committee will be the'governor io hopeful that the ad- jnilssiou of Arizona will be r 'commend ed. It is certain that the members cf the committee were pleasantly sur prised by what th. y saw lrre. Their Journey through the territory ffom the time they left th-e Santa Fe Pacific road on the north until they left l'.is bee was a succ ession of surprises. They frequently spoke of the high class of civilization which they encountered. They were amazed at the extent of the mining operations r.t Pisbeo and they left there in a frame of mind from whl,ch the friends of statehood might hope? much. At Tucson tha committee made no 'pec 111 search for the Mexican popula tion as it had done in the New Mexico towns. The senators were there only about two hours and part of that tim ? ws spent in the taking of testimony. Til. y were driven about in the? new part of the town and along the length ef Congress tlreet. In the lower part of that street they saw all that was seen of the old pueblo. There was a brief session of the lo?n commission on the return of the gov ernor but nothing' was accomplished. ELECTION OF DIRECTORS. Of the S. F. P. & P. and Its Connecting Lines. Preseott, Ariz., November 21. (Spe cial): At the annual meetings of the stockholder? of the following named companies, pi actu ally all outstanding slock being represented, the following named directors were electeel for th ensuing year: Santa Fe, Prese ott &. Phoenix Rail way Company F. M. Murphy, E. P. Ripley, Victor Morawetz, R. Somera Hayes, Charles Steers, Thomas P. Fowler, Edward J. Rerwind, Ren. P. Cheney, and E. B. Gage. Preseott & Eastern Railroad Co. F. M. Murphy. E. 1. Ripley. Vic tor Morawetz. R. Somcrs Hayes, ('has. Steele, Thoni.es P. Fowler, Edward Berwind. BraJshaw Mountain Railroad Com pany F. M. Murphy. E. P. Ripley, Vic tor Morawetz. R. Somers Hayes, Char les Steele, Thomas P. Fowler, Edward J. Berwind. jlenjarr.iii P. Cheney and K B. Gage. Phoenix and Eisteiv Railroad corr.- paay 1- 2.1. Murphy. R. N. Fredericks. A. W. Edwards, W. A. Drake. T. J. Norton, J. H. Emmert and Wallace Fairbank o VASELINE XO GOOD FOR HAIR. Dandruff Germ Thrives in It, As We'd as in all Greare. A well known Chicago hair Fpecialit ir.v!t?l the inter Ocean lepoiter to ' :re to his office and see, under a roi-crc.-i ope. ho wthe germ that causes Ian-Luff thrives in vaseline. The spec -o'l'f-t sail that r. II hair preparations c ooturiir.g preat-e. simply furnish fe e l f ir the germs and help to j.,p ig-.te then. The only way to cure i.-.r.-lroli' i tj destroy the ge:ms, and the only hair preparation that will do that lo Xev.tro's Herj icide. "Destroy the caure. you remove the effect." Vitheut dandruff r.o falling hair, no haldners. Ask for Herpicide. It is the only destroyer of the dandruff germ. THE ASSESSOR'S OFFICE Legislature "Will E. Asked to Hake Provision for This Ccuity. In the report cf the lte grand jury Uicn the county offices it was suggest ed, that the office of assessor needed lucre help for the proper assessment of the property of the county and it was lointc-d out trait on account ot the lack ef such help the assessor had to accept li" valuation!! me.de by his predecessor a ".id that in the course ef time by such an arrangement there would cease t j I : eeoy re-lotkn between the real value cf p:oi ;:ty and its valuation for tax able purposes. It has been supposed by :e:ne thai that suggestion of th grand Jury war. a reflection upon the board cf supervisors for r.ot allowirg the assessor all the assistance he re quired in his work. - This is not what was meant by the report. As a matter cf fact the o:Tioe has always been al lowed all the help neeeb-d in the office for clerical work. It is the law of the territory that is Et fault. Th: same provision is made for the assessment of the county that is made for the assessment of the smallest county in the territory. Be side lh? grcau-r v. ealth of the county the diss of property here requires more of the time of the assessor. It is likely that the next legislature will be asked to pass a law designed for the assess-nent of this county. The law in Califcrria will be probably takea as the model. In that state each county is allowed as many actual as sessors as it l:aa millions of valuation. : y Additional Loca.1 ? FLORAL PARADE. The carnival r"onagers are still talking about that tig'ileral parade that i3 to be one of th? features of next week's show, and they insist that other people shall con tinue to talk atout it. It is going to be something worth talking about and 1 Ooke draff lire AND HAIR TONIC GROWS NEW HAIR. Cures Dandruff, scalp eruptions, Don't accept imitations, they may permanently injure. COKE CR.LAM FOAM FOR EASY SHAVING. A damp brush is all you need for an instantaneous, lasting lather, lieats any soap so handy too. Collaimihle ttlhett, nntiwptic. lem. If jour ImHwr or druKicit il.iewn't kp Coke Cream Foam. hhiiiI fur full mi'h tuba to A. it. Bremer Co.. Cliicatto. FOR SAL Ef ELVEY & HULETT, THE LIVE DRUGGISTS. rich in their big deals and the world can watch with wonder their great achievements still they are not produc ers. Somebody else gives up what they eet, and it i3 the unnoticed producer who furnishes the tangible material elements of prosperity. Even legiti mate buying and selling, what goc-3 un der the general names of trade and keeps so many people busy, adds noth ing to what already is. Whea two men trade horses there are still only those two horses at the end of the trade. Hartford Courant. o .IMAGINATION CAN HAVE A REST. An ambitious girl in Pittsburg threatens to write a novel based on the life of President Schwab of the steel trust. If she sticks to her text closely she will net have to pester her imagi nation much. Cincinnati Enquirer. tli" fifty dollars hunj up as prize noncy is romeihing worth striving for. It isn't ee-.rv driver that can net a week's v.Kc-.i for jast wal.dnc hia horse through Washington street, but that's what scire- of them are goir.er to git, and it will be gej d honest moaey too. Everybody in this part of th country will be cut to see the big show, or if be c!tn't he will b? rorry. and from present inelicat:ons the judge-s will have to eb s ..?ic fine cheesing in roakir.g the awards. A FINE CANE. Cel. J. H. M.Ciln tcck received yesterday from Canon City. Colorado, a line cane made in the rtrete prison. Th? material is leather placed on en iron rod r.3 in most prison cane?, but the unusual feature about it Is that is has a curved handle, a new eepaiture in leather caries. The cane was rr.a.ele ar.J present-! to him by a man r.amej Collier, who was formerly in his troop of the Rourh Riders, but who in an evil hour got mixed up in a train robbery anel went to the pen. It is grcstly appreciated nevertheless as a testimonial of esteem from one who was a gco 1 soldier, even if he did go wrong. o ACKER'S BLOOD ELIXIR Posi tively Cures Chronic Blood Poisoning and all Scrofulous affections. At all time- a matchless system tonic and puiifio:-. Mor.e-y refunded if you are not satTsfiel. "Cc ar.d J1.00. T. F. Hud son Pharmacy. . "Whtre Prosperity Hails From. Thone cheerful philosophers who fe.l so rare that prosperity b: going to con tinue because the prices of stocks are so well rr.air.t..ine I in Wall street wiil do well to lock a little farther than the lower c-id of Manhattan island when taking th ir observations. It is a fact which many persons seem to forget that a!l the material wealth c or.ic s out of the ground. The pathe tic st-rles from the large cities ccar.cotc-1 v. ith the f:t:h air aids have told mere than or.ee of little children who had never sten g'von grass ar. 1 who had no ilea of the open country until given the:-- outing?. There ar grov.ii-ep people of abundant wealth who are equally i gr.orant of what the country is in its relation to general business interests. They a.;su:i.e that when stocks go up te:i points the coun try is richer thereby and that when a great syndicate takes Sf.n.r-OP.fOO worth : property and capitalizes it at $300. f'OO.CCO this piper pi forr.iance has created $150.0)0.000 o new wealth. They buy and sell and go speculating through life o l this sort of assumption and do not stop to think that it is only as the iron and coal are dug up and a3 the sunshine and the rain bring th? grain to the harvest that anything is added to what already is. If we Fhould find at the end of the season that the early droughts and the later floods that have been si prevalent have resulted in a serious crippling ef the crops, if investigation demonstrates that we have consumed more than we have produced, then no amount of booming can keep prices up. As yet it is early to determine as to this. We have an immense agricultural territory and the flood destroying everything in cne valley may bring needed moisture to thousands of sepjare miles of other fields and prove vastly more beneficial than injurious. It is the destructive flood we hear of rather than the fructi fying showers. . But meanwhile it is well to bear in mind that while speculators can grow JW l.l r u 4 MISS R.0SE OWENS 720 Seventeenth St.. WASHINGTON, If every suffering woman has the same experience with Wine of Cardui that I had, your medicine will be most Popular. About a year ago began to have a worn out tired feeling with lassitude, pains in the tack and head which kept increasing every month. I felt that I needed something, but to get the right medicine was the trou ble. I finally decided on your Wine of Cardui and only needed to take three bottles when I was fully recovered." II EN V- A Mist Rott Owem. w Miss Rose Owens, who has a responsible position in the Government service at AVashinston. D. C. decided to try Wine of Cardui, she made a wise choice. Over a million women have been relieved of female weakness by this same Wine of Cardui. It is not a stroner medicine but may be taken every day in the year by any woman with benefit. It noes not force results, but corrects derangements of the menstrual orpans. It strengthens the nervous system, gives tone to the bodily func tions, acts directly on the genital organs, and is the finest tonic for wo men known to the science of medicine. If you are a suffering wo man we would say to you that Wine of Cardui seldom fails to completely cure any case of female ills. We say emphatically, it never fails to benefit. Every day hun dreds of sufferers are writing to our Ladies' Advisory De partment. The letters are opened by persons compe tent to give advice. Mrs. Jones was cured by follow ing fhe ail vice which was freely given her by the Ladies' Advisory Depart ment. Miss Owens was cured without advice by just buying a $1.00 bottle of Wine of Cardui from her druggist and taking this great medicine in the pri vacy of her home. No doctor's ex amination, treatment or advice is nec essary. You have read what these two cureef women have written. I9 this not enough to lead you to determine to be rid of suffering? August 13, 1900, Mrs. W. H. Jones, of Cameron, Mo., writes: "I suffered terribly at monthly periods for three years. I would sometimes go for seven months with no flow at all. 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