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The law requires every nation®, hank located to U* three central cit ies, New York. Chicago and &t. Leuli. to maintain a reaerve in bank of 25 per cent; the same rate Is required for other reserve city banks, but One half of the amount may be depoiltd to their credit with correspondent* to central reaefVe ettle*. Country banks are required to fnaintaln a 15 per cent, reservq, two-fifths of which must bola baok ahd three-fifths may he wkh correspondent*. Summer Is hero, and with it. what every woman hates: Freckles, Sun Burn, and other blemishes. Of course,: you wish to drive off such enemies to good looks. Then use La Valliere Peroxide Vanishing Cream. A harm- j less, non-greasy, effective face bleach. ■ If you try one Jar, we are sure that ; you ■will be so pleased with it, that you will try another, and yet an other. Your Druggist has it. Ask him. Time may be money, but it isn’t so scarce. Ask Your Dealer For Allen's Foot-Fase. A powder. It rests the feet. Cures Corns, | Bunions,Swollen,Sore,Tlot,Callous,Aching, ; Sweating Feet and Ingrowing Nails. Allen 8 Foot-Ease makes or tight shoes easy. At I all Druggists and Shoe stores, 2) cents. Ac- I rent no substitute. Samnle mailed Free, j Address Allen S. Olmsted, Leßoy, N. Y. j The man who really knows himself is never a core. Rheumatism Is Curable Nature’s Remedy (NR tablets) will j rare Rheumatism and do it quickly. It so j thoroughly cleanses and regulates tne kid- , neys, liver and digestive system that ite | cures seem almost magical. Results guar- i anteed. Take one to-night, .you 11 feel bet ter in the morning. Get a 25c. Box. All Druggists. The A. 11. Lewis Medicine Go. , St. Louis, Mo A trickster is merely a person who gets the better of us. For HEADACHE —lllrk'a CAPCDIIfK 1 Whether from Colds, Heat, Stomach or Nervous Troubles. Capudlne will re- j lieve you. It s liquid — pleasant to take —acts Immediately. Try it. 10c, 25c. and 50c. at drug stores. Wisdom comes wTth years, if folly doesn’t beat it out. Ferry Davis 1 Painkiller—l Summer com plaint, bowel trouble and crampe hav© no terrors where this medicine Is on hand. Many a husband is merely an ex bachelor. Buy “BA T T I.E AX E ” Sll OE 8. Ravages of Wolves. According to C. Hart Merriam, rhlef of th© biological survey, the increasing ravages of wolves Is to be added to the many other leak ages of American wealth. In the (northwest last year, he say*, the depredations amounted to 113,000,000 In value of property destroyed. This Is a large sura to set down as abso lute loss occasioned by one species of wild animal alone in a country of rapidly increasing population, when the land has so been taken up that it hrs been supposed that wild ani mals of all sorts had been changed from menaces to life and property into objects of sport for the hunter. It is astonishing that wolves should have so rapidly increased of late In the northwest, a region which has rapidly been developed, and that such an energetic race as the settlers there should havo allowed this in crease. —New York Press. NEITHER HERE NOR THERE. Politician—Congratulations, Sarah, I’ve been elected. Sarah (with delight)—Honestly? Politician—What difference doe that make?—-St. I/>uls Times. Suit Ssventy Years Old. Justice Newburger ha* appointee* a referee to determine the claim* of feveral litigants In an action that *as begun in the Court of Chancery in IS4O, wherein the original claim of litigants amounted to $10.55. The five claimants today prosecuting the action are the great-grandchildren and their collateral relatives. The action was brought by Charles Marvin against Theodore L. Mason and others. It was over some lots In Brooklyn, and after some years the money was paid into court. On January 24, 1908. the claim, with In terest on the original $52.75, amount ed to $250. The whole amount was (hen turned over to th© State Con troller, and the great-grandchildren rre now trying to collect It from that official. Justice Newburger said that on ac count of th© small amount of money involved he would send the case to a permanent referee, so that there would be no further expense.—Now York Tribune. r~ ““ Children Especially Like The sweet, * 4 toastie” flavour o£ Post T oasties Crisp, fluffy bits of per fectly ripe* white corn— cooked, rolled and then toasted to an appetising brown. Served with cream and sometimes fruit, dainty food pleases the whole family. Give the a treat f *Th Memory Lingers? Fackatfm l*c u 4 He. PO3TUM CEREAL COJIFAKY, Battle QrL. Kk&- V .. ?- . J PLANK COOKERY How to Cook and Serve Steak, Fish o'f Game on an OaK Board. Pork, which is of all meats the most gross and indigestible, under- \ goes a great change during the pro cess of smoking and its character is entirely altered. The lean becomes comparatively easy of digestion, and owing to the change in the gelatine it becomes adapted to meals in which tea forms the beverage which Is not the case with any kind of fresh meat. The fat of the pork is likewise changed to a granular condition, and is then so easy of digestion, sa>s the Queen, that it is frequently ordered by doctors for consumption, diabetes and other wasting diseases, instead of the more costly and less palatable cod liver oil. Such change of character is due en tirely to_the chemical action of the smoke wherein the salted pork is dried, and bacon factors find that oak j sawdust answers their purpose bet- | ter than that from any other kind of wood. This fact verifies the discov ery which was made many years ago by the dwellers in wild American for- j ests that fish or flesh placed on a split log in front of a roaring camp fire was more savory aid succulent than when cooked by any other of their primitive methods. Campers, who returned to town life, retained their successful mode of j cookery, and thus plank cooking be came introduced to the home kitchen, and when once adopted by hotels and restaurants became a fashionable fad. ; The fashion has crossed the ocean and bids fair to abide. Many London restaurants make a specialty of plank j rookery, and one firm of manu factor-; ers has devoted itself to the manufac-: ture of planks from specially prepared woods. i The fashion has much to commend it. for in large establishments wood-, en planks considerably reduce the; cost of breakages and replatings. On | this account and yet more by reason , of the improved flavor and increased digestibility plank cookery is worthy | of a trial in a small home. The planks should be of planed oak from one inch to one and a half inches in thickness and varying in size ac cording to the food to he cooked on them and according to the size of the o ’en, and gouged out in grooves like a gravy dish or bacon dish when re- j I quired for fat meat or thick portions j |of meat. It is well to have separate | planks for meat and fish. In large | establishments distinction is made; | between planks used for meat, poul- I try and game, and likewise for fresh ; and dried fish. The plank must first he scrubbed; and dried in the open air, and then it is ready for use. When required for service, a tablespoonful of best j olive oil, butter or sweet dripping must be rubbed with a cloth into the upper surface of the plank. The ; plank must he placed in a hot oven or under the broiler of a gas stove, and when it begins to give out a pale blue smoke tbe meat or fish can be placed on it. . T>et the food he brushed over with olive oil or oiled butter or dripping and seasoned with a little pepper, but no salt. Allow the usual time for baking or : grilling, but turn the food frequent- j ly while it is cooking so that it may be well permeated by the acid of the gas which is formed between plank ! and food. When the food is nearly cooked make a border of mashed potatoes i around the edge of the plank and re -1 turn it, to the oven until the border is nicely browned. Arrange grilled tomatoes, fried onions, boiled peas. ! beans, artichokes, young carrots, brnssels sprouts or cauliflower sprigs according to fancy within the potato | border. Place the plank on a dish or special tray, and servo It—a dish j fit for a king. " The planks must never be washed. As soon as they are removed from the dining table they must be wiped ! clean and drie-d with the cloth used in greasing the plank, and each should be placed in a linen bag and hung up until next required—New j York Sun. A Disappointed Man. Mr. Halloran surveyed the insur ance agent with a dark and hostile countenance. The fact that one eye was concealed by a somewhat grimy bandage did not add to the attrac tiveness of his expression. “Haven’t you made up your mind yet to insure with us?" inquired the agent. “You told me I might call again in a few days.” “There was two of you at me to get an accident insurance policy,” said Mr. Halloran, breathing heavily. “I told you and him both you might call in again, and he come firrst, day befoor yistherday, and I insured wid his company. “That very night I met up wid Barney 'Casey on the way home, which was what I was expecting wud happen,” continued Mr. Halloran, raising himself by grasping the arms of his chair with two capable al though scarred hands, “and whin we’d finished wid one another, I was like this! “Yistherday morning and sent for the insurance chap and says 1 to him, •Look at me,’ I says, ‘and istimate the damages and pay them.’ “He squirmed right out o’ the door, saying ’twas no accident Id had. “Now if meeting wid Barney Casey afther keeping out o’ his way for six months, is no accident. I'm done wid insurance companies, and the sooner ffou lave this house the betther ’twill plaze me.’’—Youth’s Compan ion. Love Versus Passion. Love and passion are too often mis taken, for they are in reality distinct. Love elevates, passion degrades: love enlarges the heart, passion narrows it. Pure love Is entirely free from the taint of passion and is as rare as pure charity.—dlome Notes. Hoods Sarsaparilla Has made itself welcome in the homes of the people the world over, by its wondeiful cures of all blood diseases and run-down conditions. Get it today in usual liquid form or choco lated tablets known as Barsatabs. XXXXOO<XXXXXX><XXX>O<>SOOOO< IKBattuAxe” Shoes No man should play practical jokes unless he is a good loser. WOMEN'S ILLS. Many women who suffer with back ache, bearing-down pain, headaches and nervousness do not know that "I these ailments are trouble with the and was so dizzy I feared to go out. I lost thirty pounds in weight and for a whole year could not do ray house work. After doctoring and using dif ferent remedies without help, Doan’s Kidney Pills brought relief and finally a cure.” Remember the name—Doan’s. For sale by all dealers. 50 cent* a box. Foster-Mllburn Cos., Buffalo. N. Y. A Disappointed Man. Mr. Halloran surveyed the insur ance agent with a dark and hostile countenance. The fact that one eye was concealed by a somewhat grimy bandage did not add to the attrac tiveness of his expression. “Haven’t you made up your mind yet to insure with us?” Inquired the agent. “You told me I might call again In a tew days.” ‘ There was two 6f you at me to get an accident Insurance policy,” said Mr. Halloran, breathing heavily. “I told you and him both you might call in again, and ho come firrst, day befoor ylstherday, and I Insured wid his company. “That very night I met up wid Barney Oasey on the way home, which was what I was expecting wud happen," continued Mr. Halloran. raising himself by grasping the arms of his chair with two capable al though scarred hands, “and whin w©’d finished wid ode another, I was Ilk© this! “Ylstherday morning I sent for the insurance chap and says I to him, ‘Look at me,’ I says, ‘and istiraate the damage* and pay them.’ “He squirmed right out o’ the door, saying ’tw’as no accident I’d had. “Now if meeting wid Barney Casey afther keeping out o’ his way for six months, is to accident, I’m done wit Insurance companies, and the sooner you lave this house the betther ’twill plaze me.”—Youth’s Compan- Washington’s Title. A friend calls attention to the /act that Washington, although com mander in chief during the Revolu tion and again In 179S during the French war. which did not really happen, did not bear the title of full general. On July 2,17 PS, President Adams nominated him “to he Lieu tenant-General and Commander in Chief.” This was followed by the act of .March 3. 1799. of which the ninth section read “that a comman der of the army of the United States shall be appointed, and commission ed by the style of ‘General of the Armies of the United States, and that the present office and title o! Lieutenant-General shall thereafter be abolished.” President Adams, jealous for the Executive preroga tive as commander in chief made nc appointment under this act and Washington died as Lieutenant Gca eral. —New York Sun. Hugo and the Poet. A young unknown poet hailing from the provinces sent to the au thor of "Notre Dame de Paris” a copy of his work, which he had just published In the form of a book of poems. Hugo replied In most sym pathetic terms, and the young man was delighted with the letter, as well he might have been. His joy, however, was but abort lived, for a day or two later hia servant an nounced that the package contain ing the volume of poems had come back though the post unopened. The package bor© the legend, “Refuse par le destlnature —AQTanchissemen tin suffisant ” —London Globe. What Thinking Takes Out Of the brain, and activity out of the body, must be Put Back by Proper Food Oir brain-fag and nervous prostration are sure to follow. If you want to know the keenest joy on earth —the joy that, comes with being well, try Grape-Nuts Food “There’s a Reason” POSTUM CEREAL Lt<U DUEEH OF ACTRESSES */ am gtsd to write my endorse ment of the great remedy, Pervna. I do so most heartily. ’’--Julia Msrlowe. Any remedy that benefits digestion strengthens tbs nerves. The nerve centers require nutrition. If the digestion is impaired, the nerve centers become anemic, and nervous debility is tho result. >~>coo<x^yx>oooooooo<>oooooo< B uy *‘BattleAxe”Shoes I NEWSPAPER CRITICS. “You can’t run a newspaper that will absolutely please everybody," said the editor. “No.” replied tho old subscribed; “a man's opinion of tho fashion page ifi usually pretty much the same as his wife’s opinion of the sporting section. ’’ —Washington Star. BITTER COED. “So she treated you coldly?” “Coldly? Say, I’d have had to have a sextant and an artificial horizon to be able to find out what latitude I w r as in If I had been there for that pur pose.”—Chicago Record-Herald. A Package failed Free on Request of A The best Stomach and *gs|ffia- ) Liver Pills known and a positive and speedy cure for Constipation, liCTm. I R digestion, Jaundice, a v** 3 Biliousness, Sour Stora- JL i m 7j ach, Headache, and all fwT§Tsailments arising from a disordered stomach or sluggish liver. They contain in concen trated form all the virtues and values of Munyon’c Paw- Paw tonic and are made from the juice of the Paw-Paw fruit. I un hesitatingly recommend these pills as being the best laxative and cathartic ever compounded. Send ns postal or letter, requesting a free package of Munyon’s Celebrated Paw-Paw Laxa tive Pills, and we will mail same free of charge. MUNYON’S HOMOEO PATHIC HOME REMEDY CO., 53d and Jefferson Sts., Philadelphia. Pa. Miserj r loves company, but the company isn’t apt to call again. Buy “Battle Axe” Shoes. It is hard to get the best of some men for the simple reason that they haven't any. Mrs. Winslow - * So'Hn.ns Syrup for Children teething, softens the stums, reduces Inflarna tloa. allays pain, cures wind colic. 25c a bottle. It is one thing to marry for love and quite another thing to carry out the scheme. Dr. Pierces Pleasant I’diets cure consti pation. Constipation is the cause of many diseases. Cure the cause and you cure the disease. Easy to lake By the time a man feels that he can afford to marry he generally doesn’t want to. For COLDS and GltlP. Kick's Captidine i. the best remedy— relieves the aching tnd feverishness — cures the Cold and restores normal conditions. It's liquid—effects imme diately. 10c. 2.">c and 50c. at drugstores. If it wasn't for man’s flattery there wcul lTit be so much of woman's van ity. SIX PER CENT SAVINGS BANK. And Depositor Holds First Mortgage As Additional Security. A novel system of banking has been inaugurated by the Century Banking Company, of Jackson, Miss., whereby the bank issues a certificate of depos it, and at the same time turns over to the depositor acceptable notes se cure; by first Mortgage on real es tate which is worth double the amount cf the loan and in addition secured by the bank’s own endorse ment. made payable to him or in blank as he prefers. Ihe certificates yieid six per cent per annum, payable semi annually. They invite corres pondenoe from parties looking for i safe investments. Love may be blind, but self love is the only kind that is positively in curable. Try Murine Eye Remedy For Red. Weak. Weary. Watery Eyes and Granulated Evelids. It Soothes Eye Pain, Murine Eve Remedy Liquid, 25c. and 50c. Murine live Salve. 25c. r..d SI.OO - FISH FIGURES 43. “How many fish did you catch yes terday?” ‘^Forty-eight.” “Did you eat ail three of them?” — Judge. UAIK Utttf lOitUlt, I'm* *i.ou t v*i**L Finds Attic Slab. Word has been received at the Johns Hopkins University that an important discovery has Just been made by Dr. Allan C. Johnson, who was fellow at the university last year, and who is now holding a fel lowship at the American School o' Classical Studies at Athens. While pursuing his investigations in the Acropolis at Athens, Dr. Johnson was prompted to examine carefully the stones which compose the retaining wall of an ancient cistern, and found that one of them had engraved upon it an inscription which had previous ly escaped observation, because it was built into the wall in such a way that no letters were visible. When the slab was removed the inscription proved to he an Attic de cree of 303 B. €., which was enacted in honor of Nikon of Abydos for hav ing saved Athenians from drowning in a previous war. This valuable document, which is thirty lines in length and contains historical infor mation hitherto quite unknown, will be published by tho discoverer at an early date. —Baltimore American. Race in inaia. Tho dominant race in India Is the Aryan, and to the western family of this race the designation Caucasian has been loosely applied. V. hen the Aryans descended upon Hindustan from the snow's of the Pamir they were confronted by the Dravidha race, which eventually yielded south ward and is now' represented by such extremes as the civilized /.gem 11 and the Kurumbar of the jangle. This movement brought the Dravidha peo ple in force upon a stock" possibly yet earlier, the Kolarlaas, w r ho were gradually forced inland as the in vaders occupied the best lands. Both the Dravidha and the Kolarian stock , jeem to have negroid admixture, not however Ethiopian, and a s’ight Mon golian infusion is suspected. While these three are the principal races of the Indian peninsula there is a largo number of small tribes whose affiliations are by no means clear,— New York Sun. If yon sailer from Epilepsy. Fils, Falling Sickness, Spasm a , or have children that do so, my New Dis covery will relieve them, rnd fth you aro asaea to do is to send for a Free Trial *2 Bottle of Dr. May I 1* b s.i cared thousands where everything e!sa failed. Guaranteed by May Medical LftPoratoty Vr.der Pure Food and Drugs Act, dune 50th,1906 Guaranty No. 18371. Please write for Special rrc $2 Bottle and pive AG E and complete address DR. W. H. WAY, 543 Pearl Strssl, How Ycri. Imitators on Every Hand. Though a nation famous for inven tion to a great extent, we are imita tors. The pioneer of anew path finds himself crowded off. so many rush to follow in his footsteps. The scramble to cultivate now' fields becomes so great that the soul is soon exhausted. Markets become glutted and stagna tion results. One man makes a hap py hit, thousands imitate him, there is a stampede and then failure. Inven tion are imitated, names are copied. Buy “B ATT I, K AX K ' Sll OE9. RATHER MIXED, g-he—Aren't you delighted, John that dear mother is going to spend sis weeks with us? John (gloomily) —Delighted! She (suddenly)—Oh, John, would you put the old cat out? He (abstractedly) —I'd like to, Ma rla, but she's your mother. —Baltimore American. PROPER SPIRIT, “Do you really think it necessary to give Mrs. Bigwad anything on her birthday?” “Yes. Harold, we really must. She remembered all our children at Christ mas, and now the least we can do is to retaliate.” —Puck. Remedies are Needed J|L Were we perfect, which we are not, medicines would not often be needed. But since our systems hove be- ,'^SR r "i tffeMag \ come weakened, impaired end broken down through ~--d indiscretions which have gone on from the early ages, through countless generations, remedies are needed to aid Nature in correcting our inherited and otherwise — to -3 acquired weaknesses. To reach the scat of stomach 'ttSag weakness and consequent digestive troubles, there is i' ~ I] nothing so good cs Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medical Discov ery, a glyceric compound, extracted from native medic inal roots —sold for over forty years with great satisfaction to all users, ror Weak Stomach, Biliousness, Liver Complaint, Pain in the Stomach after eating. Heartburn, Bad Breath, Belching of food, Chronic Diarrhea an 1 other intestinal Derangements, the “Discovery” is a time-proven and most c! icj-.: - remedy. The genuine has on its r\ outai %£SSSr tho You can’t afford to accept a secret nostrum os a substitute for this non-alco holic, medicine of known composition, not even though the urgent deader may thereby make a little bigger profit. Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate stomach, liver and bowels. Sugar-coated, tiny granules, easy to take cs candy. . Constipation “For over nine years I suffered with chronic constipation and during this time I had to take an injection of warm water once every 34 houra before 1 could have an action on tny bowel*. Happily I tried Cascarets, and today I am a well man. During the nine year* before I used Caecarets I suffered untold misery with internal piles. Thanks to you, I am free from all that this morning. You can nse this in behalf of Buffering humanity. B. F. Fisher, Roanoke, lIL Pleasant Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do Good. Never Sicken. Weaken or Grip*. 10c, 2So, 50c. Never sold in bulk. The gen uine tablet stamped CC C. GuaranteedJt* core or your money back. 830 B uy “Battle Axe” Shoes Her Scalp Itclel Intolerably. “Just about two years ago, some | form of humor appeared on my scalp. The beginning was a slight Itching, but it grew steadily worse until, when I combed ray hair the scalp became raw and the ends of the comb-teeth would be wet with blood. Most of the time there was an intolerable itching, in a painful, burning way, very much as a bad, raw burn, if deep, will itch and smart when first beginning to heal. Combing my hair was positive tor ture. My hair was long and tangled terribly because of the blood and scabs. This continued growing worse and over half my hair fell out. I was in despair, really afraid of becoming totally bald. “Sometimes the pain was so great that, when partially awake, I would scratch the worst places so that ray finger-tips would be bloody. I could not sleep well and, after being asleep a short time, that awful stinging pain would commence and then I would wake up nearly wild with the torture. A neighbor said it must be salt rheum. Having used Cuticura Soap merely as a toilet soap before, I now decided to order a set of the Cuticura Remedies —Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Pills. I used them according to directions for perhaps six weeks, then left off. as the disease seemed to be eradi cated, but toward spring eighteen months ago, there was a slight return of the scalp humor. I commenced the Cuticura treatment at once, so had very little trouble. On my scalp I used about one-half a cake of Cuti cura Soap and half a box of Cuticura Ointment in all. The first time I took six or seven bottles of Cuticura Pills and the last timethreebottles —neith- er an expensive or tedious treatment. Since then I have had no scalp trouble of any kind. Standing up, with my hair unbound, it comes to my knees, and had it not been for Cuticura I should doubtless be wholly bald. “This is a voluntary, unsolicited testimonial, and I take pleasure in writing it, hoping my experience may help someone else. Miss Lillian Brown, R. F. D. 1, Liberty, Mo., Oct. 29, 1909.” His Opportunity. “How did you manage to go through every house on that block in broad daylight without being de tected?” asked one burglar. “Very easily,” replied the other. ‘‘l selected a time when a moving van drove ivp to a vacant dwelling. I worked while the neighbors were banging cut of the front, windows to criticise the furniture.”—'Washington Star. NOT WORRIED. “Doesn't it ever make you unhappy to see the way the papers refer tc your husband as a grafter?” “It used to, but 1 don’t let it bother | me any more. He says he has things I fixed so that he could stand any kind ; o? an investigation.”—Chicago Record- Herald. Cut This Out And mail to the A. 11. 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To mention “that Hr- <1 le-.-ling” is to ml:- gest the remedy—Hood’s Sur-apaM a, unquestionably the most bb-’d purifier, nerve'tonic, appetizer, and general “spring The decay of poetry may ho due to the fact that po much of it is rot j ten. W. L. DOUGLAS S5, S4, 53.50, 63 & 32.50 Workingmen's O 3LS Ci S,wes 92.00 Shoes O fl $2.50 A $2 W. L. Douglas s'' , shoes are worn / by more men than / vf& any other make, £ BECAUSE a p?f W. L. Doaglui #5.00 | ,/ klj and #4.ooshoeseqn In style, fit and wear, £ vr ■ t , other makes costing '■Qjjipci-.. ,d\ / SO.OO to JK.OO. f( W.L.. Douglas #3.50, V' i #3.00,93.50 and #2.00 Afejfr. /rV shoes are the lowest .gj /f J^S. price, quality consid- E -V / \J e red, in the world. v/ f --ffip Fast Color Eyelets. The zeniilnt- have W. f_ Dongla. name and price stamped on the bottom. Take X M,iiititn(e. Ask your dealer for W-L-Dooglrsahoes. tf they are not for al In yonr town write for Mail Order Cat alog. giving fall direotlon* how to order by mail. Shoes ordered direct from factory delivered to the wearer all charges prepaid. W. L. Brockton, Mass. WELLAND STRONG By Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound Jefferson, lowa. “ When my baby : ; ’TTj was j ust two mont h3 | old I was com '•• Pl p tely run down and my internal or- Tsir gnus were In terri- Die shape. I began wm taking Lydia E. S H 7 iff Pinkham’s Vegeta \— / Die Compound, and mother wrote and • ***** told you just how I ■hT/ was. 1 began to gain / / /// at once and now I -f ' ’ ,lam real well.” Mrs. W. H. Puroeu, 700 Cherry Bt, Jefferson, lowa. Another Woman Cured. Glen wood, lowa. “ About three years ago I had falling and other fe male troubles, and I was nothing but skin and bones. I was so sick I could not do my own work. Within six months I was made sound and well by Lvdia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Com pound. 1 will always tell my friends that your remedies cured me, and you can publish my letter.”—Mrs. C. W. Dunn, Glenwood, lowa. If you belong to that countless array of women who suffer from some form of female ills, just try Lydia E Pink ham’s Vegetable Compound. For thirty years this famous remedy lias been the standard for all forms of female ills, and has cured thousands of women who have been troubled with such ailments as displacements, tibroid tumors, ulceration, inflammation, ir regularities. backache, etc. If you want special advice write forit toM rs.l *inkliam,Lynu,Mass* !t is free and always helpful. SISTERLY HOPE OF MRS. CASSADV She Writes, Telling Her Expe rience With Cardui, the Woman’s Tonic, and How it Cured Her. Brinplinrst. Iml. —“For three years.” writes Mrs. Jennie Cassady, of Hring hurst, I ml.. “I suffered from womanly weakness. “1 had serious female complaint, and was so had 1 could hardly get around, but 1 took Cardui and it brought me groat relief. It cured that awful mis ery. from which 1 suffered every month, after I had taken it for only two months. “1 hope all suffering women will try Cardui, as 1 did, for by doing so they can benefit themselves at home.” You can always depend on Cardui, for every bottle contains fbe ingre dients necessary to help you. Pre pared in large quantities. according to the very latest methods, from herbs especially imported by the manufac turers. its preparation, from first to !a.-t, is under the superinfendance of an experienced chemist and graduate physician, who t - every precaution known to science to perfect the finish ed product. Ask your druggist. lie knows. He will tell you to take Cardui. NOTH The Cardui Home Treatment for Women, consists of Cardui <sl), Thed fcnl’s Hla.-k-I Taught I Dei, or Volvo tf>oc), for the liver, and Cat lui Antiseptic (aOc). Th.*s* i one dis rn.iv 1•• talon singly, by themselves. If desired, or throe together, us a eompb. -e i:e.i ■ .< ot for women s ills. 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