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HAD CATARRH THIRTY YEARS.
Congressman Meekison Gives Praise to Pe-ru-na For His Recovery. "”' ” " congressman pe-ru-na. Tlon. David Meekison, Napoleon, Ohio, ex-member of Congress, Fifty-fifth District, writes: # “I have used several bottles of Perund and / feel greatly benefited ; thereby front my ca arrh of the head. / feel encouraged to believe that if , / use It a short time longer / will be fully able to eradicate the disease of ; thirty years f standing. ”—Da vld Meekison. ANOTHER SENSATIONAL CURE: Mr. .Jacob L. Davis, Galena. Stone county, Mo., writes: “I have been in bad health for thirty-seven years, and ufter taking twelve bottles of your I'eruna I am cured.” —Jacob L. Davis. If you do not derive prompt ami satisfactory results from the use of I’eruna, write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full statement of your case, and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis. Address Dr. llartinan. President of the Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O. fSi WESTERN SEEDS SSS h COLORADO SEED BOUSE SVSB9!. Illustrated Catalogue. Free Denver, Colorado The up-to-date girl never wastes her time blushing in the dark. No chromos or cheap premiums, but « better quality and one-third more f Defiance Starch for the same price of other starches. National OatsV^J Qrm%tfmt on 0 f the century. MM Yielded In Ohio IhT, In Mich, f.l ■ 231. In Mo WA. and iu N. Dakota 1(1 ■r I [ 1 tl(ll)u«.p* r »<- r *. 111 ■ 111/ You cau beat that record in 1906. IVI Pj(j For 10c and tills notice U T we mail yon free lot* of farm aeed mM H A 1 tampiee and oar bli; catalog. l«-U- JljE HI A 1 Ing all about tbia oat wonder and H A I thousand* of other seeds. Jj^U g ■ A. SAL2ERSEEO^^^^B iJCCIIO Ever Grown. ■ dh Upas Q None betterand none so A. ntffrj'ow In price, lc per |>kt. •yjT/f pnfW ** ~~~ and up, |x*itpaid. Finest i In- I rated cat nl ogue ever Sy!u..HqtußV print>‘d sent FREE. Eugrav *n,tH ot rvrxv variety. A great Tg\, 'jjwfSS' nx lot ef extra bkgs.»f «<vdt-, now ■ayMlJsorts, presented free with every B&iKp jC urler. Koine sorts onions only SOc per lb. Other seed e<|iially low. 40 y rArs ra t***>d grower and dealer and all customers Mill-died. No old s eod Send ymm and neighbor'll iiunad for big Illustrated free catalogue. EVCaR H. ShUMWAY, Bocfcforl Ills. Positive, Comparative. Superlative 1 I •• I have uted one of your Fish Brand Slickers for tlv* years and now want a new ons, also one for a friend. 1 would not ba without one for twice the cost. They are Just as far ahead of a common coat as a common ons Is ahead of nothing." (MAKE ON APPLICATION) Bs sure you don't (et ona of tha com. iron kind— this Is the _ i ilfTTl'll mark of axcsllanca. *■ J „,T.° W A R . C °- TOWER CANADIAN CO.. LIMITED TOAONTO.CANADA Mahers ef Wet Weather Clothing and Hate sts P -.---.-v--.-;* THAT’S THE USE OF V SAYING ‘‘GIVE ME A (• S CENT CIGAR." WHEN f iY ASKING FOR A . • l :remo”[ I YOU GET THE BEST ? 5-CENT CIGAR IN f AMERICA r “The Wodd’s largcit Seiler" £- ► Eye W»Uf w. N. U.—DENVER.—NO. 8.-1905. When Answering Advertisements Kindly Mention This Paper. BEGGS’ CHERRY COUGH SYRUP cures coughs and colds. Church Built of Fossils. There la a church in the quiet little village of Mumford, near Niagara Falla, which is composed entirely of fossils. At first glance the walls appear to be constructed of . rough sandstone smeared with # an uneven coating of gritty, coarse plaster, buta closer view cals the error of this first conclu sion. Instead of plaster the eyes be hold traceries of delicate leaves, inco work of Interwoven twigs, bits or broken branches, fragments of mossy bark and splinters of wood, all pre served against the wustlng of time and decay by being turned Into the hard est of flinty limestone. As a matter of fact, every block of stone in the four walls Is a closely cemented mass of dainty fossils. BEAUTIFUL WOMEN HOW THEY MAINTAIN THE CHARMS OF THEIR SEX. Tli* Importance that Attache* to the Car* of the lllnoil If One Want* Bright Ky«*« ami u Clear Complexion. Every sensible woman naturally wishes to appear uttracti ve. She knows the value of bright eyes, delicate complexion and lively spirits. She knows also tliut good health is at the basis of her charms, and that good blood is the source of good health. Miss Mamie Conway has a complexion which is the admiration of all who know her. Asked if sho could make aify sug gestions that would bo helpful to others loss fortunate, she said : “My complexion would not have pleased you, if yon had seen it two years ngo. It was thou about us bad us it could be, and it gave mo a great deal of dissatisfaction. If yon want a good complexion you must take enro of youi health, especially of the condition of yonr blood. My health was at that time completely broken down. I was nervous, had frequent headaches, a torpid livei and a great deal of pain in that region. I suffered also from indigestion. It was clear that my blood was in bad condition, for pimples broke out all over my face." “It is hard to realizo that, for tlieio isn’t the slightest trace of such blem ishes now.” "It was unfortunately quite other wise then, and along timo passed before I found nuything that gave me any re lief. I became very weak and listless. The doctor’s medicine did 1110 no good, and I took a number of highly recom mended tonics with no better result, j As soon, however, ns I began to use Dr. [ Williams’ Pink Pills for Palo Peoplo my . complexion cleared up, and after I had 1 taken two boxes there was not a sign of : a pimple left on my face. My checks I became rosy, I gained flesh at'U have bad perfect health ever since.” Rosy cheeks and sparkling eyes nr) merely signs of healthy blood. They lmve come notonly in thocaso of Miss Oouway, whoso homo is at 12-11 East Eighth street, Canton, Ohio, but to thousands of women for whom Dr. Williams’ Pimc Pills have made now blood. Thoroisuo surer way for you to obtain them, than to buy a l>ox of tlicso pills from any drug* gist and try them for yourself. They cor rect irregularities anil banish weakness. A souvenir by any other namo would probably cost less. TEA Gossips’ are not the only tongues tea loosens. COLORADO NEWS ITEMS A farmers’ institute will be held at Sterling March 3d. An effort Is being made to Inaugu rate a tlower *OlllOßl In Denver next summer. Rock breaking has been commenced on the Farmington railroad south of IXirango. The Rio Grande railroad paid over $50,000 to its employes at Pueblo on its last monthly pay day, February 11th. The Pike's peak climbing contest for automobiles next August is attracting a good deal of attention all over the country. Isaac Rosskam, who died at Phila delphia recently, left $2,000 for the Na tional Jewish Hospital for Consump tive at Denver. The annual exhibition of the Colo rado Kennel Club will be held at Denver March 2d to -Ith. Some fa mous dogs will be shown. William F. Jones, audKor of the Mof fat road, who has recently returned iron) the East, states positively that Iho road has not been sold. It Is said that creamery men throughout the stale propose to take active steps to enforce the law in re lation to oleomargarine and butterine. The name, "San Cristobal,” as ap plied to a body of water In Hinsdale county, has received the approval of the United States Board on Geograph ical Names. Chris I.aib of Longmont was badly frozen while trying to walk* from Ned erland to Caribou on the 12th lust., and it may be necessary to amputate some of his limbs. A. M. Stevenson. Republican na tional committeeman from Colorado, has been notified that he has bqeu ap pointed a member of the presidential inaugural reception committee. J. C. Boostnger, iho Pueblo engin eer who was injure d In a Denver & Rio Grande collision near Portland, in Fremont county, some months since, died in the Sulida hospital on the 13th Inst. Engineer Sullivan of the Colorado & Southern. In charge of « ngiue -125, was badly scalded at Loveland on the B’.tli Inst, by the loosening of a rivet in the boiler. He was taken to the Loveland hospital. Numerous robins and meadow larks made their appearance In many parts of Colorado previous to the recent ex treinely cold weather and It Is feared that some of them may have been killed by it. Oscar C. Reitze, former president of the Reitze Wall Paper and Paint Com puny at Denver, committed suicide by shooting himself through the head in his room at the Baltimore hotel at Vic tor February 17th. Mrs. Jennie Peabody, widow <-f tin late Jesse Peabody, and sister-in-law of Gov. James H. Peabody, died at her homo In Canon City February 17th. eight days after having suffered a stroke of paralysis. The late F. A. Falkenburg will be succeeded as head consul of the Wood men of tho World by John H. Foley, head adviser of the order, until a meet ing Att the head board of managers can be held to make a permanent se lection. Mrs. Elizabeth Soprls. widow of Richard Soprls. former mayor of Den ver. celebrated her 90tli birthday anni versary at Denver on the 15th Inst. Richard Soprls. was the first represen tative of the "Pike's Peak country" lc the Kansas Legislature. Fifty-five earloads of Inmbs, num bering 13.000 head, left the depot at Greeley for Omaha, St. Joseph and Chicago February 16th. It is estimated that about one-half of tho sheep being fattened for market in northern Colo rado have been sold. Tne application of Morton Jones of Denver, J. M. Herbert. A. C. Foster. M. Y. Osborn. J. J. Meade and E. E. Fauver, to organize the First National Bank of Loveland, Colorado, with fs<»,- 000 capital, has been approved by the comptroller of the currency. Miss Margaret Prendergast. first as sistant In the Department of Domestic Art at the Colorado Agricultural Col lege, has ben elected to the professor ship of domestic science and art at the Wyoming Agricultural College and will begin her duties there next Septem ger. The trial of Charles Wynn, alleged to be Wellington Llewellyn, for the murder of Policemen Thomas Clifford and William Griffiths, will be held at Denver during the second week In March. It is claimed that many wit nesses will swear to the Identity of Wynn and Llewellyn, which the de fense will deny. The secretary of the treasury to-day requested Congress to appropriate $30,000 to supply the deficiency In the appropriation for new machinery for the Denver mint. The cost of ma chinery lias been greater than was estimated, and that amount is needed in order to have tho mint ready for coinage June Ist. Treasurer Holmberg’s deputies have been engaged the past month hunting up druggists, saloons, bottling houses and others who sell liquor, and collect ing the staLe tax. In Denver, since the Ist of February, they have found 100 unpaid licenses. Out in the state the discoveries are even larger. It Is all to be collected. The state tax is $25 a year. Judge Moses Ilallett of tho United States District Court refused to review the evidence in the Pueblo case of the se von French girls alleged to have been brought from France to the United States for immoral purposes, and the turee men charged with entic ing the girls to America and issued an order that the girls and men be imme diately returned to New York City, where the trial will be held. Miss Rozene E. Meeker of Greeley has filed suits in the District Court at Denver against the Republican Pub lishing Company and the News-Times Publishing Company for $25,000 dam ages. each, for alleged defamation of character. Miss Meeker takes excep t ir a to four or five articles telegraphed from Greeley concerning fraud eharg s made in reference to the disposition of tho Meeker estate. The articles were published about a year ago. Ten High school students of Colo rado are invited by the Department of the Interior to be present, with ten from each of the other states, at tho Inauguration of President Roosevelt March 4th. They will be accorded many privileges as official representa tives of the state. At the city election April 4th the people of Greeley will vote on the is sue of $250,000 bonds to enlarge the water works. It is proposed to bring water in pipes from the Cache La Poudre at a point just above the con fluence of the north fork of the Pou dre with the main stream. Protection of Women. We may refine as much as we like and philosophize all we please, but there is an instinctive feeling in every healthy man that insult and violence to women on the part of men should be met by corporal punishment. Priva tion of liberty as by Imprisonment does not meet the case, nor do fines, which, In the ease of wife-beating, the | victim generally pays. Leave this ! sort of thing to women and what pun- I ishment would be awarded? Is there a j woman who has suffered from a man’s : insults or felt the weight of his fist j that would not say that whipping is de served? | Touching such outrages, it seems to ! us that men in making law forget tho I differences of sex which make the vie ! tim practically helpless. She can not j resent it even ns the smallest man can ! against a large one. By her femininity i siie Is not on an equality for the protec -1 tlon that instinct tells us Is of tie- last : ing kind. We know by experience that the punishment that our laws have i decreed is not sufficient. For ourselves j we agree with the President that tho ; wife-beater ought to be whipped, in dianupolis News. THE NEIGHBORS ALL USE THEM NOW. Quick Cure of Rheumatism by Dodd's Kidney Pills. How They Saved the Shop of a Kansas Blacksmith —Cure was Permanent too. Goodland, Kan., Feb. 20th (Spe cial) —So quick and complete was tho cure of N. E. Albertson, a local black smith, that it almost seems like a miracle. Ho hail Rheumatism so bad he feared he would have to give up his shop. One box of Dodd's Kidney Pills drove, away all tho pains and they have never returned. Speaking of Ins cure Mr. Albertson say "l had Rheumatism in my shoulders and arms for years. Part of the time it was so bad I could net sl« op at night. My arm hurt so that it seem ed I would have to give up my black smith shop. I went to the drug store and bought one box of Dodd's Kidney Pills and took them. 1 have noi had the Rheumatism since. A great many of the neighbors are using Dodd's Kid ney Pills since they saw how they cured me." "If sh** tol<l you her ap«. sur.-iv you know when Mm* was born. Well. Judging from what she told no- h r ago was I should . y she was born mi her fourteenth or fifteenth birthday SALT RHEUM ON HANDS . Suffered Agony and Had to Wear , Bandages All the Time —Another Cure by Cuticura. Another cure by Cuticura is told or by Mrs. Caroline Cable, of Waupaca. Wis., In the following grateful let- ; ter: "My husband suffered agony snlt rheum on his hands, nnd 1 had to keep them bandaged all the time. 1 We tried everything we could get. but , nothing helped him until he used Cuti- l | cura. One set of Cuticura Soap. Olnt- 1 , ment, and Pills cured him entirely, nnd his hands have been as smooth ns possible ever since. I do hope this letter will bo the mean* of helping some other sufferer.” If an ostrich knew how mueh his feathers were worth he would bo prouder than the peacock. Mother GRAY’s Sweet Powders for Children. Successfully used by Mother Gray, nurse in the Children's Home in New York, euro Constipation, Feverishness, Had Stomach, Teething Disorders, move and regulate tho . Bowels and Destroy Worms Over 80.000 testimonials. At all Druggists. 2.V. Sample FREE Address A.S.Olmst. , 1 U.Roy, N.Y. | It's n pity that men • t think a~ i f.i 1 as »!.••> «op mik Every housekeeper should know (hat If they will buy Defiance Cold Water Starch for laundry use they will save not only time, becanse It never sticks to the iron, hut because I each package contains 16 o>. —one full pound while all other Cold Water i I Starches are put up In pound pack ] ages, and the price is tb> same. 10 ; cents. Then again became Defiance Starch is free from nil Injurious chem icals. If your grocer tries to sell you a 12-oz. package It Is because he has a stock on hand which he wishes to dispose of before he puts In Defiance. He knows that Defiance Starch has printed on every package in large let ters and figures "1C 025." i remand De fiance and save much time and money and the annoyance of the Iron stick ing. Defiance never sticks. Girls who Indulge In I■■ unlscouo is | kissing aren't likely to 1 - any tiling —not even husbands. Plso’s Cure for Consumption !■ an Infallibb medlclne for roughs and colds. N \V. Samuel, Ocean Grove, N. J., Feb. 17, IWX). Many a man who claims ' be wed<l<-d to the truth Is in reality u »'ldowca. TO CCRK A COLD IN ONE DAT Take Laxative llnnno qulntn* * • All drug rt-luiul the money If It f» • cure. K. ". Drove'* *l„nnture la ou each l>- * Jc. The man who gets but one news paper puff during Ids Ilf- ways finds that his name has been tin pelled. ! Lewis' “Single Binder” st ra 'ht Sc cigar. I Mad«> of ripe, mellow tobn<so rich In quality that many who form* rl.v smoked 10c cigars now smoko D" *’ 'Single I Binder.” J»wis' Factory, I *• ■ ‘ ia, 111. ; "Do you snore In your • up?” j tainly I do. If I snore at TEA Three quarters of the tea 1 in this country is not ver}’ ! good. The fraction is not too | high. Year grof*r return* your n-' • • If you don't like Schilling'! Beet. If a married man goes wr-uig his cor.- j ; science Is apt to trouble i much less ! j than his wire's tongue. "Dyspepsia Tormented Me for Tears. Ilr. P«t|<l Kennedy'! Kaverin- lirme.it ■< ■■■'■ ms." Mr» ' , Ikboughany, Mill till*, N. J. I. »...1 .. *> Join. 11.00. } An Irish philosopher there j I ought to be a law to sh it some men ■ I up before they open their iii 'iiths. . More Flexible and Lasting | won’t shake out or blow out; by using , Defiance Starch you obtain better re- 1 suits than possible with any other , brand and ooe-thlrd more for aam* : money. Feet Comfortable Ever Since. “I suffered for years with my feet . A friond recommended ALLKN'S FOOT-EASE. I used t wo boxes of the |mwdor, and ray feet have been entirely comfortable ever since. ALLEN'S FQOT-EASK is certainly a god send to inn. Wm. L. Sworinstedt, Wash ington, D. C.” Sold by all Druggists, 25c. The early blnl catches the worm, hut .sometimes it doesn’t quite fill tlm bill. Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup. .11 r*. nnilinw n nrnfuiit.n ' v 1 »* For children trelhtnK, roftrn* lliu irunia, reduce* tl»- QaiuiuaUuu, »U»J* pstn.cure* wlad colic. iVilwtll*. A diplomat is a man who run say "llnw .ire you?” in a tone that leaven von under tlm impression thut be really wants «■» know. TEA \Vc arc friend to you and vour grocer; faithful to both. Schilling's Dm! I* b good foot-rolo to inossurs him wltiu (Jlrls who cannot sing the old songs would probably he appi■•••■lnted more H tbev also deellned to tin kle the new. Those Who Have Tried It will use no other. Defiance ('old Wa ter Stnr' h has n<> equal In (Quantity or Quality—lG oz. f.*r 10 cents. Other brands contain only 12 oz. Mnnv mi otherwise sensible man llks io dou a uniform, slick a Randy feather in Ids hat. and show off in a parade. Millions of Vegetables. When the Editor read 10,000 plants for JOr. he could hardly hel;e\e it, Imt upon m contl reading finds that the John A. Salzer Seed Co., Li Crosse. NY’.**., than whom there are no more reliable und ex tensive seed growers in the world, makes tliis offer wlii. h is made to get you to test Salzer’s Warranted Vegetable .Seeds. They will send you their big plant and seed catalog, together with enough seed to grow l.t*oo fine, solid C ibbrges* 2.000 rich, jukiy Turnips. 2.000 blanching, unity Celery, 2.000 rich, buttery Lettuce, * 1.000 splendid Onions, I.l*oo rare, luscious lladishe--. 1,000 gloriously brilliant Flowers, ALL FOR lit*T ICO I'OSTAGF., providing you will return this notice, and if \<>n will send them 20c in postage, they will add to the above a package of fa mous lleiJincr Cauliflower. INN’. N. U.] It Is easier to keep a good-for-notl)- ing i]uk ill tie- house tin. n it is t<* k»'rp the wolf from Hie door. Deafness Cannot Be Cured ay liical appliestlnna, *• they ranimt resell the dls *a»r.l portii'ii ef ihe e«r. There I" only "H<‘ wav io . tire liealnets. sji I lli.il l« hr rmi-t:lutlniial remedies, fieafiiea* l« e»tiM-<l hy an lnflani,*<l <<indltl..n •>! • '*« -i.imiu- lining nf Its- Knaiai-lilan Tulie. When this ■llls Is lull, mil'll ynu list ea rtimhlliiK aoiiwtl *T tni f..-rfrrt besrlns.ai.il when II la entirely <-)<»*rd. lk-af ness Is die mult, aid Unless Ihe uißsininall >n ran he *W. n out and lias tulie respired l<> Its nnnnal omdt i; n. hearing will tie desimyed forever: nine ca«cs in nf Ini are elimed hy I sinrih whirl) I- n ■'l.lfig hui an Inflam'd Condition oft hr muroiis attrfaee*. We al’l Kite One Hundred In. "*ra for anv . a-e • f flea fin--* II aimed hjr raiarrli* that cannot be cured by lull's Catarrh l ure. Send f-r. in *i.ur«_free. y. .1 CIIKSKY 4 CO.. Toledo. O Sold hr I»rusc'*i- I’e Take Hall's Faintly Tills for oonstlpallow. After a milkman retires with a for tune tie keeps to practice by pumping up nis automobile tires. Important to Mothers. Examine carefully every bottle of CAHTOTIIA, a safe and sure remedy for Infanta and children, and see that It Ikar* the Signature of Is Use For Over .’to Years. The Kind You Uave Always bought. If you want a detective to dog n man s'footsteps you must first glvo him A ST. F ° r Marvel JACOBS Lu ”d aB ° Relief OIL Sciatica Truths that Strike Home Tour grocer is lionont and- -if ho onren to do so—can toll you that Jio known very little about the bulk coffee be sella you. How can bo know, whore it originally camo from, liow it w uh blondt-tl — with what —or when roasted? If you buy your coffee looho by lbe pound, bow can youexpect purity itml uniform quality? tuoiv COFFEE, LEADER OF ALL PACKAGE COFFEES, Is ol necessity unllorm In quality, strength and flavor. For OVER A QUARTER OF A CENTURY, LION COFFEE has been the .standard collec In millions ol homes. LION COFFEE carefully packed at our und until opened In Syour home, has no chance ol being adul terated. or of coming in contact with dust, dirt, germ*, or unclean hands. LH>X COFFEE you get one full Insist upon getting the genuine. :age.^ -lje.id.i foV valuable premium*.) OCERS EVERYWHERE WOOLSON SPICE CO.. Toledo, Ohio. ONLY $25.00 TO CALIFORNIA MARCH IST TO MAY 15TH IN TOURIST SLEEPER OR CHAIR CARS. Our 8 p. m. daily train carries a tourist sleeper Denver to Los Angeles without thange. Comfortable and economical. Write J. P. Hall of A.. T. A. S. F. Ry., 1700 Lawrence St., Denver, Colo. Insist on Getting It. Some grocers say they don't keep Defiance Starch because they have a stock in hand of 12 oz. brands, which they know cannot be sold to a custo mer who has once used the 16 oz. pkg. Dutluncc Starch for same money. A Kansas City woman hid $:lon worth of Jewels in tier bustle, and then lost the bustle. title Is now about $:I00 In arrears. TEA What did they do for tea tNVo hundred and fifty years ago! If you are looking for n good man It’s a pretty safe plan to pick out an ugly on*- Heal/f of American Women A Subject Much Discussed at Women’s Clubs - The Future of a Country Depends on the Health of Its Women. A-t the New York State Assembly of Mothers, a prominent New York doctor told the 600 women present that healthy American women were so rare as to be almost extinct. This seems to be a sweeping state ment of the condition of American women. Yet how many do you know who are perfectly well and do nolhave ; some trouble arising from a derange- I nient of the female organism which manifests itself in headaches, back aches, nervousness, that bearing-down feeling, painful or irregular menstrua tion, leueorrhoui, displacement of the uterus, ovarian trouble, indigestion or sleeplessness? There is a tried and true remedy for all these ailments. Lydia H. Pinkliam's Vegetable (im pound has restored' more American women to health than all other reme dies in the world. It regulates. ' strengthens and cures diseases of the female orgunism us nothing else cun. For thirty years it has been curing ( the worst forms of femule coin- I plaints. Such testimony as the following I should be convincing. Mrs T. C. VVillodsen, of Manning. ' la , writes: Dear Mrs. I’inkhnm "Iran truly say that* you have saved my life and I cannot eipress hit gratitude to you in words. For two vean* I spent lots of money hi doctoring without any benefit for mon- Hlrual Irregularities and I bad given up all hopes of ever being well again, but 1 was persuaded to trv Lydia K. I’lnkham's Vege table Compound oral three Ditties have re stored me to j*erfect health. Had it not been for you 1 would have been in my grove to-day.” Lydia E. Plnkham’s Vegetable Compound Succeeds Where Others Falls Superior quality und extra quantity must win.. This Is why Defiance Starch la taking the place of all other*. Some people wouldn’t object If tl*« deadly « iguretto were a little mors no \ CI'AItAN TKKD CHICK FOII I'II.KM. lidilnK, llll.nl, IH.-edlng or Protruding PUe«. > "<ir driigidal will refund money If PAZO <>i h TttKN 1* full, to cure y>*u In * U> 14 dujra. Me. Ii is not k*>o*i for man to live alone - unless be wants to save money. tea” Are you acquainted with tea? Is it tea that you know? Are you sure you know tea? "Are you In favor of high license?" "Vi*«* f**r I*. ■*. ri'luires." Miss Mat tie TFenry, Vice President of Danville Art Club, 429 Circcn St., Dan ville, Vo., writes: Dear Mrs. l’inkbam: "Many yours'suffer- Ing wit Ii femul- weakness, lnllainiiint ion amt a broken down s\xtciii m:ido me more anx ious to din than to live, but Lydia K Pm It barn's Vegetable < ’uni pound luis res ton d my liealtb . nod I am ho grate ful for it that I want every' suffering woman lukmnv what. I .yilkiLl’iuli- Imum V« gi-lubio Compound will do for her.” NVhen women are troubled with irregular, suppressed or painful men struation, weakness, leneorrhtr.a, dis placeinent or ulceration of the womb, that bearing-down feeling, inflamma tion of the ovaries, backache. bloating, (or flatulency), general debility, indi gent ion, and nervous prostrat ion, or nr » beset with such symptoms as dizziness, faintness, lassitude, excitability, irri tability, nervousness, sleeplessness, melancholy, '‘all-gone” and "want to lic left-ulone” feelings, blues, and hope lessness, they should remember tln ro is one tried and true remedy. Lydia K. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound at once removes such troubles. No other medicine in the world has received nuah unqualifieil endorsement. No other medicine has such a record of cures of female troubles. Itefuse to buy any other medicine, for you need the best. A light heart, a cheerful countenance, and all the charms of grace ami beauty a re dependent upon proper uet ion of tho bodily organs. You cannot look well* unless you feel well. Mrs. i’inklinin invites all sick women to write her for advice. Her advice ami medicine have restored thousands to health. Address, Lynn, Mass. Denver Directory STOVE '.'j,,;:., I’nll'-n. 1 \ZI Uwr.iH,, l».-n..r I'll.me 12*. WE DEVELOP i . nf, |,i*'l TlimNiiillls I liolo Supply Co., I.VI/i Mont HL BLACKSMITHS' » llur.lwurc A Iron Co., mill X \V»«rr. Ilrnicr. BROWN PALACE HOTEL \\TTf Kiifoio-iui pin ii, SI.SO noil ii|>wnril. AMERICAN HOUSE I 12 |isrilq Imilsl In ll'*- Wwt, Aneil in Plan. COLUMBIA HOTEL IM«.< 11.00 to $.!0». Ai* erlran 1 lai* Oxford Hotel llrnvrr. Our blaM'k from I'nlnn II«-|>ot. I lr*-,»r«Hif. C. 11. MOKtiK. Il(r. NEW PENSION LAWS FKLO Auuli Up .NA THAN ItICKKOKII, OI« F Ht, Wualilnston, I». C. niTCIITO Watson h Coir man. I’atrnt At |*R I I I'.rii.'y (V itiliiiitfU'ii. 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