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St. Jacobs Cil cures Rheumatism.
St. Jacobs Oil cures Neuralgia. St. Jacobs Oil cures LumbHRO, fst. Jacobs Oil. cures Sciatica. St. Ja'cobs Oil cures Sprains. St. Jacobs Oil cures Brakes. Sr. Jacobs Oil cures Soreness. St. Jacobs Oil cures Stiffness. St. Jacobs Oil cures Backache. St. Jacobs Oil cures Muscular Aches. ' Nuremberg produces, among otter things, some 250,000,000 pencils every year. i D#Vt Tobacco Spit and Smoke Your Life Away. To quit tobacco easily and forever, be magnetic. lull of lite, nerve and vigor, take No-ToBac, the wonder-worker, that makes weak men strong. All drrggists, 60c or II. Cureguaran' teed. Booklet and sample free. Address Sterling Remedy Co.. Chicago or New Yorit Philadelphia has a library for the blind With 3000 volumes. After physicians had given me up, I was saved by Piso's Cure.?Ralph Erieg, Williamsport. Pa., Nov. 32.1S93. The Swedish mile is the longest mile in the world, being exactly 11,700 yards. " Out of Sight i Oat of Mind." j rlti other months we forget the harsh winds of Spring. *B'dt they have their use, as | some say, to Mow out the f ' bad air accumulated after Winter storms and Spring thaws. There is far more important accumulation of badness in the veins and arteries of humanity, which needs Hood's Sarsaparilla. This great Spring Medicine clarifies the blooa as nothing else can. It cures ecrofula, kidney disease, liver troubles, rheumatism and kindred ailments. Thus it gives perfect health, strength and appetite for months to. come. Kidneys - " My kidneys troubled me, ,'and on advice took Hood's Sarsaparilla which gave prompt relief, better appetite. 'My sleep is refreshing. It cured my wife also." Michael Boyle, 3473 Denny Street, Pittsburg, Pa. i ? Dyspepsia ? " Complicated with liver and kidney trouble, I suffered for years 'with dyspepsia, with severe pains. Hood's Sarsaparilla made me strong and hearty." [J. B. Emertox, Main Street, Auburn, Me. ' Hip Disease-" Five running sores on my nip caused me to use crutches. Was confined to bed every winter. Hood's Sarsaparilla saved my life, as it cured me perfectly. Am strong and well." Annie Bobebt, 49 Fourth St., Fall River, Mass. Hood'* Plll? core Urer iili, the non-irritating arid ' o.tJiartte to take with Hood's Sarsapmillla. Code Books on W&rshlpi. All code books carried on -warships Have leaden backs, to make them sink if lost overboard. The letters in the book, moreover, are printed with peculiar ink, which fades away when it comes in contact with the water. To make things still more safe the letters are changed every few months by the Navy Department. Even on warships few officers know their vessel's official signal code. \ THE EXCELENCE OF STEEP OF FIES is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, but also to the care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only, and we wish to impress npon all the importance of purchasing* the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other par* ,ties. The high standing of the Cat.t. FORNii Fig Strup Co. with the medi cal profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families, makes (he name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is far in advance of all other laxatives, as it acts on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. -In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of ,the Company? CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 8AJT FHAXCI8CO, C?L WPBTIllJ. Ky. NEW YORg. 1C. T. It cures Cold*,Coaf he,Sore Throat,Cronp,Inflnea? ?, Whoojrtnr Coagh, Bronchitis and Asthma. A certain oure for Consumption in flrst itipi, and sure relief in advanoed itipi. TJte at once. You will aee the excellent ef.'ect after taking the trctdoie. Sold by dealers everywhere. Latzt \ottle* SO e?nts end 81.00. A GOODCARDEN a pleasure and a profit. Gregory's seed book directs a right beginning. Gregory's .-eed Insure the 5iost successful ending. Get the "book now it's free. nan J. H. Gregory & Son, Marblehcad, Maas. FIVE POUNDS PURE DAIRY BUTTER nade from one gallon milk; new discovery. Address toi In formation/W Young, 122 Park Ave.. N .Y. City fflLICHll ITICU CURBD?Sample bottle. 4 days' fntUmA Muiu treatment, postpaid, 10 cents. h Alkxa?pk? Rimkdv Co-.S^Greenwlch St.. W. v. T^KOSTED FEET. ETC. Cure guaranteed. ?* Br mail, 80c. JBOST BITS CO., Boteile, N. 4, ^ f THE REALM New Yoke City (Special).?The corded taffetas that are sold in the shops all ready for use present opportunities for stylish effects with little trouble, that are readily appreciated ladies' waist. by the home as well as the professional dress maker. The waist here illustrated has the i yoke, plastron and collar made from this attractive fabric, the pattern proriding the smooth shaping. Its ivory white sheen contrasts daintily with the French grey broadcloth waist which matches the skirt, and the velvet bertha, flaring cuffs and collar portions are in a darker shade of grey edged with fancy satin ribbon ruching in the same shade, showing a white border. The bertha has scalloped edges which meet in centre back outlining the graceful round yoke. The waist is adjusted over fitted linings that close in centre front, the yoke plastron closing with the standing collar at the left, shoulder. Pretty fulness is given over the bust ,>y slight gathers collected under the bertha, gathers at the svaist forming a stylish pouch effect. The sleeves arranged over fitted linings conform to ;he close style now almost universal, the tops having a few gathers at the front and back as well as on top of apper portions, that cause the becoming wrinkles preferred by many. To make this waist for a lady of STYLISH WAIST FO medium size will require one and three-fourths ~ards of material fortyfour inches wide. For a MIm of Fourteen. Smooth-faced cloth in dove gray, as shown in the large engraving by May Manton, is attractively trimmed with rows of bebe satin ribbon in a pretty shade of burnt orange, that on the outer edge being gathered md applied in scroll design. The yoke and collar aro covered with white tucked taffeta, bought ready tucked for this purpose. The arrangement of this dressy waist is made over fitted linings that close in centre front. The yoke and collar close together at the left shoulder. The right front laps over on the left and closes invisibly with hooks and eyes. The whole back fits smoothly across the shoulders, the fulness being drawn smoothly to the waist in centre and the front pouchea Blightly over the belt. Stylish puffs top the close-fitting two-seamed sleeves that are decorated just below the puff and at the wrists to match. Harmonious combinations of material and coloring can be developed by the mode in wool, silk or cotton fabrics. With silk, allover lace or mousseline de soie, shirred or tucked, will make handsome yoking, and all-over embroidery or nainsook tucking may be used with cotton wash good6. To make this waist for a miss of fourteen years wiil require on3 and one-hilf yards of material forty-four inchcs wide. Bluck and White Combination* Favored. White veilings, tummer silks, fancy satins for waists and accessories, mohairs, taffetas, etc.. dotted ami striped, are set forth among the extensive array of textiles in quiet effects invariably sought by women of refined tastes. Black and white combinations, however, are largely in evidence this aeaecn, loth in utility costumes and headwear, ii^ neck trimmings and in elaborate evening toilets, in which handsome silks, matelasse satins, nsts, laces, chiffons and extremely ornate and beautiful jet garnitures are united. The Season'* Embroideries. Iri9h point, Swiss and very fine nainsook embroideries, some with valenciennes or heavier medallion insertions introduced, others in bow woman's blouse waist. brie, gingham, etc., will develop charmingly by the mode. To make this waist for a woman of medium size will require two and three-quarters yards ol thirty-inch material. \ \ t I OF FASHION. J knot, fleur de lis, or open floral designs, with straight or scalloped edges, are exhibited among the large assortment of the season. There are also heavier embroidered bands and edgings, which closely copy venise-poinl patterns. A Favorite model. There seemed a probability that the princesse dress, which in velvet, cloth and lighter wool fabrics has been in vogue all winter, would lose a degree at least of its favor this season, but the universal prevalence of clinging gowns and straight effects is likely to keep this graceful, much improved model in favor for some time to come For a Handsome Dress. For "dress" uses very handsome princesse dresses of black crepe de chine are made up over taffeta silk, and decorated from shoulder to hem with long tapering sprays of the finest cut jet applique ornaments in scroll, fern, bow-kBot, stem and vine device? deftly intermingled. The Fashionable Collar. TMoi'ii oimnlir rnllorl will hft very fashionable now, both -with string ties and stocks, and wise damee will put to one side all of their halfworn handkerchiefs that are hemstitched, for the borders can be converted into dainty turnover collars. Desirable Fabric*. Camel's hair, serge, Scotch tweed, I wool, bengaline and French diagonal are all most desirable fabrics. Stylish Blouse Waist. Fine lawn all-over tucking is tht material for this stylish blouse waist, embroidered insertion, with edging tc match, providing appropriate trimming. The heart-shaped plastron and sleeves are cut with the tucks running crosswise of the goods, and the fancy collar may be cut on e double fold, with the tucks crosswise in back or on the bias, with tucks forming a V-shape at the centre seam, as shown. The waist is simply adjusted with under-arm and should<?i seams, the neck being cut low in V | shape to disclose the plastron between the revers of the bioad fancy collar. The closing is accomplished by buttons and buttonholes through wide hems in centre frcnt, which is rendered invisible by a strip of ineertioD edged by narrow frills of embroidery that is applied over the right front edge. The stock collar is joined to the edge of the plastron, and closes in centre back. The plastron is sewed to the right front, and closes under 1 9 >R A YOUNG GIRL. the collar 011 left, T7ith buttons and buttonholes. Pretty fulness at the waistline is gathered and stitched to position over a belt at back, front and under-arm seams. The back is drawn snugly to the waistline, and the fronts puff out with fashionable blouse effect. A casing may be applied on the indicated lines, through which tapes are inserted to regulate the fulness, if this manner of adjustment is preferred. The sleeves are shaped wi?a under and upper portions, moderate fulness being gathered at the top. The wrists are completed by bands of insertion, from under which pointed cuffs in two portions flare stylishly over the hands. This simple waist, made without lining, is designed with special reference to summer wash fabrics, which are shown this season in the most fascinating all-over tucking, with plain, ? * .'i i. iiL crossed or iaucy euecis, wnu or wiwiout insertions, incrustations of lace or embroidery. Less pretentious lawns, pique, dimity, nainsook, percale, cam v?y?: " \ <r> '* .j .+ * \ ' Kssn! CmnpM i Do not think for ? single moment thaf consumption will ever strike you a sudden blow. It does not come that way. t It creeps its way along. i First, you think it is a little e cold; nothing but a little hack- t ing ceugbi; then a little loss in weight: then a harder cough; then the fever and tbe night i sweats. ' i The suddenness comes when 1 < 1 you have a hemorrhage. 9 2 Better stop the disuse wtype 1 B it is yet creeping. ; g You can do it with 1 mn J fCherry J i Pectoral | | You flrat notice that you I cough leas. The preaaure on * I the chest ia lifted. That feeling z I of suffocation is removed. A 1 I cure la hastened byplacingdne of J Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plaster 1 over the Chest. A Book Freoa ?- Diseases of the I i Throat ana Lungs. 1 Wrltm um Frmmly. I t It yon h?*e any eoraelalat vhattrfer < end desire the best medical advice 70a 1 H can posnlbly receive, writ# the doctor H Kb freely. Ton will receive* prompt reply ,|B K without cost. Address, M 1 A DB. J. C. ATER, Lewell, Uui. M Shear* Made Famone by Salisbury. One of Lord Salisbury's pet aneodotes is the story of a barber whom he once patronized. This tpnsorial j artist did not fail to recognize his j patron, for the latter, on passing the i shop a few days later, was gratified to 1 observe a placard in the window bear- , ing this inscription: "Hair cut, 3d. , With the same scissors as I cut Lord I Salisbury's hair. 6d." 1 I I Beauty fa Blood Deef< Clean blood means a clean sldn. Ho beauty without it-, Oascaret*, Candy Cathar- I tic clean your blood and keep it cleai^ by i stirring up the lazy liver and driving all impurities from the body. Begin to-day to Danish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads, and that sicldy bilious complexion by taking Cascarets,?beauty for ten cents. All drug* gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c. 25c, 50c. There are 3000 English words that are pot foiAd In the dictionary. Southern Railtoay'a New Train to ' the South* On March 12 the Sonthern Rallwav, In connection with the Pennsylvania Railroad, began to run a new train from New York to Charlotte, Columbia, Aiken. Augusta, Sav. annah, Jacksonville and Tampa, with immediate conuection at Jacksonville for St, AUffTlSTine, rami joeauii, iuiauii auu uwci points on the east coast of Florida. < It leaves New York at 2.00 P. M. daily, ar- i rives at Augusta the fo. lowing day at 2.45 P. M.. Savannah 3.15 P. M. and Jacksonville 7.40 P. M.. making immediate connection with the "Miami Limited," on the Florida East Coast Railway for St. Augustine, Miami and other points. Pnllman drawine-room sleepers from New YorJf to Aiken and Tampa, The Southern Railway \i operating foni fast passenger trains daily to the South, in. eluding the ^eleDrated "Ilorida Limited," giving the traveling public the very best service ever enjoyed. Full Information from A^ex. S. Thweatt Eastern Pass. Agt., 271 Broadw ay. New York. The new battleship Maine is to be liberally covered with cork carpet and linoleum. 100 Reward. *100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to , the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter, nally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the con I BI.il/UUUiI ttliU. assisuUK uauuxv <u u^up, .?. | work. The proprietors nave 90 much faith in 1 Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonial?. Address F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0. Sold by Druggists, 76c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Mexico has 7500 miles of railroad, having added 440 during 1898. Congbs Lead to Consumption. Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough at once. Goto your druggist to-day and get a sample bottle free. Sold in 25 and 50 cent bottles. Oo at once; delays are dangerous. The first mint of the United 8tates was established in Philadelphia in 1792. Enclo?e Ten Cents And get by^mail trial bottles Hoxsle^s Croup | Cure and Hoxsie's disks lororoup, ^oupiis, Colds, Bronchitis. A. P. Hoxsie, Buffalo,N.Y. About eight million tons of coal are annually consumed in London. Fits permanently cured. No fits or nervousness after tirBtday'9 use of Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. SStrial bottle and treatise free Dr. R. H. Kline. Ltd..931 Arch St..PhlIa.,Pa About obe German woman In every twen. ty-seven works In a factory. Educate Tour Boxvela With Cascareti. Candy Catbnrtic. cure constipation forever ICc, 36c. IIC.C.C fall, drmrpifit? refund money. Mrs. Winsiow'sSoothin? Syrup for children teething:, softens the Rums, reduces inflammation. allays pain, cures wind colic. Soc.a bottle Thorn nro 9f?Q onlor varieties Of the ChrVS antbemum to be seen in japan. I lb Core Constipation Forever* Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10c or The U C, C. C. full to cure. druculstP refund money Counties in Indiana have been author Ized to use voting machines. Saving the Nation Needless Expense. A new postoffice was established in a small village way out West, and a native of the soil was appointed postmaster. After a while complaints were made that no mail was sent out from the new office, and an inspector was sent to inquire into the matter. He called upon the postmaster and asked why no mail had been sent out. The postmaster pointed to a big and nearly empty mail-bag hanging up in a corner and said: '"Well. I ain't sent it out 'cause the bag ain't nowhere nigh full yet!"?Philadelphia Satui-* daj Evening Post, _ > I Greet* In Ifew York City*' Of the 4000 Greeks who form the Sellenic colony in New York City ewer man zuu are women, ouu umj ? imall proportion of these are pure 3-reek in blood. The Greeks who :ome to America are, with few eicepions, shepherds or farmers, with now md then a sailor. The former take o the pushcart life at once. The newsomer is taken care of on his landing )j friends from his own locality. It s the boast of the Greeks that none of heir nationality has ever applied to he city lor aid. No matter how poor hey be, no matter how their savings nov have hp an absorbed bv repeated irrestes for violating city ordinances, I ;hey will find come way to help a jrotherin need. \N EXCELLENT COMBINATION. SUCCESSFUL ENTERPRISE BASED ON . MERITS. Tbe Importance of Informing the Pnbllc of the Valne of an Article Through the Leading Newspaper!. The few remedies which have attained to vide-world fame, as truly beneficial in ef'ect and giving satisfaction to millions of people everywhere, are the products ot ;he knowledge of the'most eminent phyilcians, and presented in the form most icceptable to tbe human system by the ikill ot the world's great chemists; and one )I the most successful examples is the Jyrup of Figs manufactured by the Call'ornif Fig Syrup Co. Unlike a host of mltatloos and cheap substitutes, Syrup of ?igs if) permanently beneficial in its effects, tnd therefore lives and promotes good lealib, while inferior preparations are be* ng cast aside and forgotten. In olden lmes if a remedy gave temporary relief to ndividuals here and there, it was thought cood, but now-a-days a laxative remedy oust give satisfaction to all. If you have lever used Syrup of Figs, give it a trial; rou will be pleased with it, and rec>mmend It to your friends or to any who inffer from constipation, over-feeding, iolds, headaches, biliousness, or other ills esultingfrom an Inactive condition of the Lidneys, liver and bowels. In the process of manufacturing the >leasant family laxative made by the Jallfornia Fig Syrap Co., and named Jyrup of Figs, figs are used, as they are pleasant to the taste; but tbe medicinal properties of tbe remedy are obtained from in excellent combination of plants known :o be medicinally laxative and to act most leneQclally. As tbe true and original ' remedy, named Syrup of Figs, is manufacured by the California Fig 8yrup Co. >nly, a knowledge of that fact will assist n avoiding tbe worthless imitations manufactured by other parties. The Company las selected for years past the leading pubicatlons of tho United States through which :o Inform the public of the merits of its remedy. Fifty walnut trees in Cn98Connty, Mich., irere recently sold for $10,000 cash. America's greatest physicians have cooluered La Grippe and Its after effects. Their treatment has been thoroughly :ested in the hospitals of Europe and of :hls country, and is embodied in Dr. Kay's Lung Balm. Key. H. B. Dye, of Morrison, Iowa.wrltes: 'Mrs. Dye bad a bad attack of La' Grippe irhloh settled on her lungs. She used Dr. Say's Lung Balm, with most decided good ?ffects, which Is a repetition of past experience with her. Nothing is so prompt ind positive In its effects on her lungs." You should write for free advice and a :opy of Dr. Kay's Home Treatment, an Illustrated book of 116 pages of receipts, ite. Dr. B. J. Kay Medical Co., Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Toe largest ruby la the world Is In the Brltlsti state crown. Make Sure. There have been years of misery suffered from a little nerve because St. Jacobs Oil Fas not used to cure Neuralgia, which afrected It. Make sure and don't wait. The number of Chinese Temples in the United States is now forty-seven. Lane's Family medicine* Moves tie bowels each day. In order to do healthy this is necessary. Acts eently >n the liver and kidneys. Cures siokheadiche. Price 25 and 50c. A trollry road in Maine has a rotary snow-plow. Actors, vocalists, public speakers recommend Hale's Money of Horehound and Tar. Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one Minute. Pbysioians report that the Pope has fully recovered from the surgical operation. To Cure a Cold in One Day* Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Taoiets. All Druggists refund money it it fails to cure. 25c. The Island of Key West has 25,009 inhabitants on a surface of only 2000 aores. Dr.Seth Arnold's Con eh Killer Invaluable as a Cough remedy. Effect magical.?Lizzie J. JU.NK-, 448 West 25th St. N. Y-Dec. 1L 1887. The longest carpet in this country is 336 'eet long and six feet wide, without seams. NcTo-Bao for Fifty Cents. Guaranteed tobacco habit care, makes whi men strong, blood pure. 60c. IL All druggist*. The United States contains 35,467 drug stores. Educating Russian Soldiers. Russia has taken up the Italian idea 3f using the army as a means of education. All consci ipts are to be taug bt reading and writing during their six years' service, and where it is necessary will be trained for trades as well. I ocieru RHEUM fcs a Disease There is * popular \b caused by exposure some localities &re it th^ri others Such a promote the deveiopr but?from the fact th< in certain families. it it dry, &nd consequen blood. Among the oldest and best knoi Vangundy. He has always been prot of that place, fie was the first Presid c long time has been a Justice of the lerer of rheumatism for a number of; intense. I tried all the proprietary a received no relief. "I finally placed my case with s them for some time, but they failed ti hopes of relief nearly exhausted I rea Pink Pills for Pale People, which ind to get rid of the terrible disease and t using them about March, 1897. After <>letely cured, and the pain has never cine I have ever taken, and am willin merits."?(///.) Timet. jjj Per box r" ' r : \ PERFECT womanhood depe Nature's rarest gifts of pain. Sweet dispositions turn morbi The possessions that win g bands and keep their love should ? ^ Vtf Awonr w Am on t nf tl VU WJ TT umvu V V VA T IUVAMVMV w? The greatest menace to won roanent happiness in life is the that comes from derangemen feminine organs. i Many thousands of women hav this too late to save their beaut lives. Many other thousands hi vitation of Mrs. Pinkham to cot of charge. Mrs. H. J. Garretson, Bounc the room without help. After g, I was advised to use Lydia E. pound and wrote for special infc from the first bottle, and am no' "To Save Time is to You Value Lift SAP( Ten Beans For Ewrr Oirl In Idaho. With the bachelors outnumbering the maids in every State of the Union it ought to be easy for the unmarried woman to secure a partner anywhere, but the region where bachelors are most in excess is, of course, the most favorable to the spinster; since the abundance of unmarried men gives her a wider range of choice. From a -i * ?? matrimonial pome 01 new jluhuuio tun . be3t State of the Union, for there the ' number of the bachelors is to that of the maids as 16,584 to 1426, each unmarried woman in Idaho, therefore, having ten or eleven bachelors, not exactly at her beck, but available as a husband. From most points of view the West is the Mecca of the young unmarried woman, for not only are there more unmarried men iu the Western Slates, but a living is more easily made in the West than in the p?i ra fVio Western men IXJtlOlf! AUU IIUOlGWtW *? are more addicted to matrimony.? Ladies' Home Journal. Waiting: to Take Hold* Toa know the misery of Sciatica Is awful. Well, Jf you love misery better than care, let it go on, but St. Jacobs Oil Is waiting to take hold, subdue the pain, and set you all right. Daring the last four hundred years Mexico has produced and coined silver to the value of $3,500,000,000,000, which is one-third of the world's output of the white metal during that period. W1"* "* IR$ Go to your grocer to-day IL and get a 15c. package of I Grain-0 IwL ^ takes the place of cofVv* fee at ? the cost. Made from pure grains it is nourishing and healthUM . PCtJl In?Utthatj<wr*T00?cl?Mj0a GHAUT-O. IjTTxX Accept do Imitation. e Recognizes f] I AT ISM | of the Blood I idea, tlut this disease f(W to cold, and that xyl "ifectecl with it more w >nditions frequently Jft] nent of- the disease, . W it this ailment runs m is shown to be hered-J^ ,tly & disease ot the ^ W wn residents of Bluff's, 111., Is Adam tw ainently identified with the interests W? lent of the Board of Trustees, and for (fjl Peace. He says : "I had been a suf- Kjl 9 k*ears and the pain at times was very \Wj icdicines I could think or bear of, but fJI everal physicians and doctored with 3 do me any good. Finally, with my A/)] d an article regarding Dr. Williams' \yv uced me to try them. I was anxious 7/n lought two boxes of the pills, X began I had taken two boxes I was com- . Vrt returned. I think it is the best rnedi- PDv g at any time to testify to its good JML nit on perfect health. physical biauty vaaiih before d and fretful. ' ;/Js| uuu flu5? leir lives. I PERFECT lan's per- WMff* MM M 4 suffering WW Cr*W#8fW^ * t of th. H0QD e realized ? y, barely in time to save their five availed of the generous ininsel all suffering women free I Brook, N. J., writes: "Dear >. Pinkham?I have been takT.vriia K Pinlrha.m's Vegetable pound with the beat results can say from my heart that x medicines are wpnderful. physician called my trouble onic inflammation of the left 'Vj*0 ry. For years I suffered very much, but thanks to Mrs. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and kind advice, I 2 am today a well woman. I would say to all . jOH suffering women, take wEjl Lydia E. 1 Pinkham's wnfi medicine and your sufpTJP erings will vanish." j3rjj Mrs. Maggie Philf lippe, of Ladoga, Ind., ell 1 ii rtviv Moo Ptijv. *? yjl ham?For four yean I /J suffered from ulcers* tion of the womb. ' I became so weak I . ' oould not walk across iving- up all hopes of recovery, Pinkham's Vegetable Com- ^ irmatioa. I began to improv* n folly restored to health** ''| lengthen Life." Do |i i? Then Use 10 | DYSPEPSIA 1 M For six rears I was a victim ofdwpepsla In IU worst form. I could est notfun* . but milk toast, and at times my stomach would >. not retain and digest even that Last March 1 * fja began taking CASCAR3STS and since then I .*? hare steadily Improved, until I am as well as I ever was In my life." ? ' , ? . vy David H. Murpht, Newark. o. CANDY ' V-f & 1 M CATHARTIC ^ ^ aTK TWADI MAHK ^SSSaEliSS5^ 4 Pleasant, Palatable. 'Potent, Taste Good. De -;>5 Good, Never Sicken. Weaken, or Gripe. 10c. 2Sc. Mo. 5 ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Xl St.rilac Rm?4f Coapuj, Ckltt(*, Vaatnal, In T?t HI HA Tft RIP Bold and guaranteed by all drat- V? HU* I U'DAb diets to CTJKX Tobacco Habit. of Quality" on Athletic Goods Insistupon Spalding'6 Htndiomi Catalogue Frts. A. O. BfALDISa * BKOS, , .i'fj Sst York. Chicago. Dearer. #SEEDSV ? /y Sftlur'i 8ec4s art Warranto* t* Frtdou. vjX ^fcTM?hlon Lnthfr, K. Troj. 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