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Precious Blessing To Make It Healthy and Keep itHealthyUse a Re liable Baby Laxative In spite of the greatest personal and the most intelligent attention care__ to diet, babies and children will be come constipated, and it is a fact that constipation and indigestion have wrecked many a young life. To start with a good digestive apparatus is to start life without handicap. But as we cannot all have perfect working bowels we must dc the next best thing and acquire them, or train them to become healthy. This can be done by the use of a laxative-tonic very highly recommended by a great many mothers. The rerfledy is called Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and has been on the market for two genera tions. It can be bought conveniently at any drag store for fifty cents or one dollar a bottle, and those who are already convinced of its merits buy the dollar size. Its mildness makes it the ldealimedi icine for children, and it is also very pleasant to the taste. It is sure in its effect and genuinely harmless. Very little of it is required and itB frequent use does not cause it to lose its effect, as is the case with so many other remedies. Thousands can testify to its merits in constipation, indigestion, bilious ness, sick headaches, etc., among them reliable people like Mrs. M. Johnson, 752 Dayton St., Kenosha, Wis. She is the mother of little Dorothy Johnson who was always in delicate health un til her mother gave her Dr. Cald well'sSyrup Pepsin. Mrs.Johnson says: Write for book saving young chicks. Send ns names of 7 friends that use incubators and gel book free. Raisall Remedy Co., Blackwell,Okia. WHY INCUBATOR CHICKS DIE DISFIGURED BY SKIN ERUPTION If That Is Your Plight, Let Resinol Clear It Away! Pimples, blackheads, rashes, ringworm and, worst of all, that red, itching, scaly torment, eczema, vanish when you use Resinol Ointment and Resinol Soap. There is no doubt about it. Even though your skin is so unsightly with eruption that you shun your friends and your friends shun you, Resinol makes it clear and healthy, quickly, easily and at trifling cost. When you are sick of wast ing time and money on tedious, expensive treatments, get Resinol Ointment and Resinol Soap from the nearest druggist and you will quickly see why it has been prescribed for eighteen years for just such troubles as yours. The Resinol treatment works so gently, and is so absolutely free from anything that could injure even the tenderest skin, that it is perfect for healing the skin troubles of infants and children. You can test Resinol Ointment and Resinol Soap at our expense. Write to Dept. 5-K, Resi nol, Baltimore, Md., and we will send you a generous trial. Resinol Ointment (50c and $1) and Resinol Soap (25c), by parcel post on receipt of price. v CROUP VANISHES Croup cannot hold out against MUCO-SOLVENT. Often one dose will give relief and in five minutes a suffering child will be sleeping peacefully and naturally. Ask your neighbors why they are never without this household remedy—and you will never be without it yourself. 50c—All Druggists—$1.00 HESSIG-ELUS DRU6 GO. SOUTHERN WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTERS „ MniMLWè" H HAIR BALSAM CImhifw «öd bentifi« tha hafe PromoM* • hnraiiajrt grovth. Hnw Fall* to Ee«tor* Qt*j Bair to It* TcmthTui Color. Prevents h&ir falling. I tar.. KT .û ÏIW at nrosn-lat a. Safe * -I ? k Memphis Directory LAX-ANA*"»vireCkill KHler." HS-UI, bast tonic known for liver and headaches—wicbont oalomel. Dr.lViurlu VUoe Taale far fresh And strong. Sold by all druggists. Tri-T««» llm* *r*.U.,*rr».,*ewpk)»,Tea*. ELEGTRICSUPPLYGO. 132 South 2nd Street, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. TELEPHONE AND ELECTRIC LIGHT MATERIAL and supplies. Write for catalogs and prices. ARTIFICIAL LEGS COMFORT—LIGHTNESS— STBEN0TB TRI-STATE ARTIFICIAL LIMB COMPANY, lacerparated 305 Rayai Bldg., 123 Madisaa Av«., Meaphls, leas. COTTON For quick and good results ship your to Geo. T. Webb & Co 24 South Front St. 1 Memphis, Tenn. Cotton Factors and CommlssiM Merchants, Liberal advairçps PILES Largest Rectal Specialist of fers free advice. Write today for terms and particulars. DR. J. N. TRACY, 176.183 8. ll!> St, M**phl»,T*mn. m W. A. Gage & Co. Incorporated Cotton Factors 711 Falls Building. Memphis, Tenn. Liberal term* mads on loan» to planters and merchants. v V- -S Established by T A Leddtn COTTON CLASSING, BOOKKEEPING and STENOGRAPHY. For full informa tion address Meir$his Business College, 80 N. Main, Memphis, Tenn. J. T. Thomas, Prin. The Best Seeds Alfalfa—Red Ciovsr—99 74-100 Per Cent Pure Recleaned Grass Seed«, Timothy, Sorghum Seed, Bnrt Oat«, Velvet Beaus, Soy Beans, Artichokes, Millet, Spelt*, Billion Dollar Orase, Garden and Flower Seeds. Fertilizers, Spray Pump», Incubators, Brood ers, Drinking Fountains, Food Hoppers, etc. Big illustrated CATALOGUE FREE. Write today. WK WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. Otto Schwill & Co. SEEDSMEN Established 1869 Sox 25 Memphis, Tenn. m gjfö H * ä, $1 y^SjjjH V . , ^ ii.. M ê *£■ ' g ' - - Ü 'S R SM Ü 11 a *11 i. Dorothy Johnso«. I never saw such rapid Improvement In the health of anyone. Syrup Pep sin Is a wonderful remedy and I shall never be without it again." Thousands keep Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin con stantly in the house, for every mem ber of the family can use it from ln infancy to old age. The users of Syrup Pepsin have learned to avoid cathar tics, salts, mineral waters, pills and other harsh remedies for they do but temporary good and are a shock to any delicate system. If no member of your family has ever used Syrup Pepsin, and you would like to make a personal trial of it be fore buying it in the regular way of a druggist, send your address—a postal will do—to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 203 Washington Street, Montlcello, 111., and a free sample bottle will be mailed you. <« The first condition of human good ness is something to love; the second, something to reverence.—George Eliot. Only One "BROMO QUININE" That is LAXATIVE) BKOMO QU1JSINBL Lool for the Signatare of B. W. GROvK. Cures a Cok3 in One Oar, Cures Grip in Two Oars. 26c. No wonder some children never amount to anything; just look a 1 their parents. Dr. Pierce's Pellets, small, sugar-coated easy to take as candy, regulate and Invigor ate stomach, liver and bowels and cure con stipation. Adv. And Yet the Dance Halls Thrive. Young Man (approaching a feirl)— "Er-er—may I have this one? Oh, you're too kind. You don't mind if I hum, do you? Do you know, I'm just dippy over this here dip. Tee-hee, joke. Floor's swell tonight, ain't it? Gee, but I like to dance with you* Tell that to every girl? Not on your life! Seems as if I must havp met you somewheres before. Wish I had, though. Well, I'll be; that's all. Short and sweet, yep—just like you. Tee hee. See you later." Improved" Bull Fight. A bull fight in Tokio is quite as much excuse for a gala day as a bull fight in Madrid. Business men leave their offices, and women and children their homes, to hurry to the arena. Stripped of all the less exciting, or less horrible, preliminaries which characterize the Spanish bull fight, the animals are brought in and sent at each other at once. So the battle is shorter, and two or three more fights will follow in quick succession dur ing the course of an afternoon's "en tertainment" HOW IT WAS, Æ 3 Mm % V ! * i f 'Tl i "How did yo' all get yo' nose bust ed?" I done slipped down an' plumb lit on my back. "But, name o' goodness, sah! —yo' nose isn't located on yo' back." "No, sah; an' needer was Brudder Jones." 1 . THE KNOW HOW To Feed Children and Get Good Re sults. There are more nervous persons made so by undigested food lying in the stomach tjian the average indi vidual would suppose. If food remains undigested in the stomach, it begins to ferment, set up gas and a large portion iß thus con verted into poison. That's why imperfectly digested food may, and often does, cause irritation of the nerves and stupor of the mind— brain and nerves f.re really poisoned. My daughter had complained for some time of a distressed feeling in the stomach, after eating, which set me thinking that- her diet was not right," writes an anxious and intelli gent mother. She had been fond of cereals, but had never tried Grape-Nuts. From reading the account of this predigest ed food, it seemed reasonable to try Grape-Nuts for her case. The results were really wonderful. The little brain that seemed at times unable to do its work, took on new life and vigor. Every morning, now, before going to school, she eats the crisp little morsels and is now com pletely and entirely well, she seems to have a new lease on life—no more distress in the stomach, nor head ache, but sound and well .everyway. Name given by Postum Co./ Battle Creek, Mich. Read the book, "The Road to Wellville," in pkgs. "There's a Reason. Ever read the above letter? A »ew one appear* from time to time. They are eeaulae, true, and fall of buauta latere*!. I ■ 1 1 1 tt HOUSEHOLD LORE OF VALUE Some Good Old Rules That Have Been Handed Down Through Many . . Generations. A capital method of cleaning copper pans and kettles is to fill them first of all with boiling water and then to rub the outside with sour milk. The milk must have reached the condition of thick curds, a little being rubbed on with a piece of flannel. Buttermilk is even more satisfactory. When dry, the metal should be polished with a clean chamois leather. Garlic juice used to be considered the best cement for fine china in by gone days. To extract the Juice from the garlics, they were crushed tn a mortar and then pressed in a piece of muslin, the juice being then collected and painted on to the broken edges with a brush or a feather. The finest whiting, crumbled to a powder and then made into a paste with a drop or two of sweet oil, repre sents an excellent polish for metal dish and pan covers. This should be rubbed on with a piece of flannel, and a little of the powdered whiting enclos ed in a muslin bag afterwards spdink led over the top. A gloss may be ob tained by finally scouring briskly with a chamois leather. A little soap rubbed on the hinges of a door will prevent It from creaking. An old-fashioned method of cleaning an oven is that of placing a handful of straw inside It and setting fire to it. The oven door must be kept closed until the straw has burned itself out The smoke was considered to soften the crust of grease and fruit which it is often imposable to prevent aftei meat or fruit tarts have been cooked in the oven. A knife may be required to scrape the stains, and the whole must be well scoured finally with a cloth wrung out in boiling soda suds. SUGGESTIONS FOR'HOUSEWIFE A tiny piece of garlic laid op th8 let tuce half an hour before serving will give a slight savory flavor. Knives not in daily use should be well polished and buried in a box of sawdust until required for use. To render boots and shoes water proof In damp weather rub a little mutton suet around the edges" of the soles. Beeswax is just as efficacious. Always empty out any water left before filling the kettle. Very frequent ly the flat taste of tea Is caused by using water that has already been boiled. If a strong brine of salt and water is thrown over the coals less soot will collect in the flues and chimneys. The fire, too, will burn clear and bright When baking potatoes grease them first with a little butter, and when cooked they will be beautifully brown and crißp, with the glazed appearance that makes them so appetizing. Mayonnaise dressing will, separate when too much salt has been added to the egg yolks, or when the oil has been dropped too fast, or if thè in gredients are not thoroughly chilled when used. To Clean Plaster Ornaments. Plaster of Paris pieces are pretty just as long as they retain their spot less white color. If they become dusty they may be cleaned by scrubbing them with a soft brush dipped in gaso line. The first washing will leave the gasoline very dirty, so you must care fully wipe the figures and then repeat the process. When thoroughly dirty, and even this method of cleaning fails, the images may he made to look very attractive by painting with white ala bastine, or given a glossy finish with white enamel. They may also be reno vated by making a weak solution of isinglass water in which clean whiting is dissolved. Paint with this solution and set aside to dry. They are alsc very decorative when bronzed. Frosted Rice. Cook a cupful of rice in a pint of boiling water until dry, then add a pint of milk, a tabiespoonful of butter, the grated rind of a lemon and the beaten yolks of four eggs; butter a pudding dish and pour in the mix ture; bake until the pudding is firm; beat the whites of the eggs until stiff, add four level tablespoonfuls of Sugar, a tablespoonful Of lemon juice; spread over the top of the pudding and bake very slowly until the meringue has puffed and taken on a lovely golden brown color; close all the draughts of the stove and if necessary leave the oven door open, as all meringues must be cooked very slowly at not much more than a drying heat. Rice in French Style. Wash weil a quarter pound of rice and blanch in boiling water for ten minutes and boil it in a saucepan with an ounce of butter, three table spoonfuls of sugar, a pint of milk, two hitter almond macaroons, a half ounce of orange peel cut Into shreds, a half teaspoonful of orange flour wa ter, 15 or 20 candied cherries cut in halves, the same number of large muscatel raisins, stoned, and a quar ter ounce of candied angelica Ihlnly sliced. When the rice is done pour the mixture into a mold. When cold turn out on a platter. Serve it with a sauce flavored with a gill of sherry or rum. Orange Roly Poly. Peel, slice and seed four sweet oranges. Mix well together one pint of flour, one-quarter of a teaspoonful of salt, one tablespoonful of butter and mix In sufficient baking powder. Rub into this two tablespoonfuls of butter and mix in sufficient, sweet milk to make a soft dough. Turn out *on a well floured board, roll out in a long strip, spread with the sliced oranges and sprinkle thickly with sugar. Roll up, pinch the ends so that the juice will not run out, lay on a buttered plate In the oven until the top is dried off. Serve with hard or soft sauce. Lemon Pudding. Cream one cup of sugar and three tablespoonfuls of butter, add yolks of four eggs, then two cups bread crumbs and one quart milk with juice and rind of one lemon, one teaspoonful of salt, mix till smooth, put in greased baking dish and bake; beat whites of eggs with one cup powdered sugar and juice of one lemon; spread on top of pudding and brown. TERRIBLE AGONIES WORSE MISERY Advices From Durant'* Neck Tell of Mrs. Bazemore's Trying Ordeal, and Her Condi tion at Present. Durant's Neck, N. C.—Mrs. Emma Bazemore, of this place, says: "Words fall to express my appreciation and gratitude for the benefit I received from Cardul, the woman's tonic. I suf fered agonies from womanly troubles. I tried different doctors, but they didn't help. The last one I went to said I needed an operation, so I agreed to it, and bore those terrible pains. I felt better, but only for a short time, and soon the misery was worse than ever before. I began to use Cardul, and it made me feel entirely different Now I am the picture of health, weigh ing 170 pounds. Before I started the treatment, I could not do my house work. Now I can do my work, and I feel so much better." Cardul, the woman's tonic, acting in its gentle, healing way, upon the wom anly organs, helps to restore your nat ural vigor, and to build up the woman ly constitution. If you are tired, worn-out, weak, ner vous, or suffer from any of the ail ments peculiar to women, do what over a million other women have done —try Cardul. It cannot do yçu harm, and is almost sure to help you, just as it has them. Begin taking Cardul today. Your druggist sells it. • B , TE r/ftr Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladies' Advisory Dept., Chattanooga. Tenn., for Social Instructions on your case and 64-page book. Home Treatment for Women," sent in plain wrapper. Adv. ONESIDED. (i w / V V \ . ii \ & "VCctt* .„2 'And how did the visitors treat 9" youi Why, I've been doing "Treat me? all the treating. »> SKIN TROUBLE ON LEG 616 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va.— "I had a running sore on my leg for from three to five years. It burst and blobd came from it, then it got red around, and was as large as a dollar. It turned white in the middle of the sore, and then began to itch and bleed. After washing it would bleed for hours at a time. Some nights I did not sleep through the whole night. I spent eighty dollars on the sore and It didn't get well. I got worse and fell off to eighty-nine pounds. This went on for four years. I was told It could not get well. One of my friends said I ought to try Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment, so I did. After I had used them one month the sore was gone and the itching stopped, and I have never had any trouble since, was five years ago. "I had a fever and all my hair came out. I shampooed with a lather of Cuticura Soap and then rubbed the Cuticura Ointment over the sca)p and my hair came back and now it is long and glossy." (Signed) Mrs. John Thomas, Mar. 12, 1912. Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold throughout the woYld. Sample of each free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Address pfcst-card "Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston." Adv. That Warranted in Using Cuss Words. A small boy in Fort Scott was out playipg with his wagon one day and just at the critical moment one wheel came off. The youngster walked around the wagon several" times and surveyed it with the air of one accus tomed to disappointments. As he dragged the wagon ±0 his home he met a boy friend who joined him, and to gether they trudged on, the Fort Scott Tribune says. The owner of the wag on sat on the front step with a for lorn look; then quickly brightening up he exclaimed: right," returned the other. "Cuss, cuss, cuss."—Kansas City Star. Let's cuss. All Hit Best Friend. "Well, what did you do when the problem came up?" "Wasted time. Went out and asked the advice of 17 friends. "What did you get?" "Seventeen different solutions." "And then?" "Then I took the advice of an eigh teenth friend and won out" "And who was your eighteenth friend?" "Myself."—Cleveland Plain Dealer. »? , Mistake Bobby was saying his prayers in a very low voice. "I can't hear you, dear," his mother whispered. T. wasn't talking to you," replied ibby, firmly.—Harper's Magazine. investigating Further. Dobble's word is as good as his bond.' 'Exactly. How good is his bond?" »TCH RsBev«M£ in 30 Minnies. Woolford'» Sanitary Lotion for all kind« d contagion» Itch. At Druggists. Adv. When a married man has a good disposition it's probably because his wife won't stand for any other kind. wife won't stand for any other kind. for his skill. 1 n 9 m I« Y8»r»> fluttering »r wssfc, use "RCMOVINC." Mad« fe* Van V!eet-Ma«»f!e!4 Onto Co., Mompfef», Te»*>. Pries $1.00 URGING GREAT SALE OF CANNED FOODS Dealers, grocers, jobbers and manufac turers all over the country are Joining hands during the week of March 31st to April 5th in an effort to acquaint house wit h the economy and quality of ? wives canned foods. It Is now a well known fact that heat Is the only preservative used in preparing these economical foods. The cans are sealed and sterilized at a temperature of 250 degrees, which prevents any contami nation and keeps tne contents fresh and the day the tins were filled wholesome as in the canneries. _ National (Tanned Foods Week, during which dealers and grocers will make canned foods their sales-features, is for the purpose of demonstrating to house wives that the cost of living can be cut with such foods, and that they may be served in hundreds of delightful ways, and thus served dally without monotony. finds it ad of all the I I especially vantageous to relieve herself cooking possible and Canned Foods en able her to do this and at the same time Improve the quality of her meals, women in every community should ob Canned The farmer's wife Foods Week by serve National going to the dealers and putting in a sup The saving and general satisfaction the use of Canned Foods is entirely worth while.—Adv. c INEVITABLE. * I \ * • f ill • I r Mr. Flatiron—Dey aln* no use talkin' to a woman. Mr. Charcoal—How so? Mr. Flatiron—She done bound to git yo' wîd weepin' er hammer yo' wid a flatiron, buhlieve me. Han' me de hoss liniment, Mistah Charcoal. Was Much Impressed. A little girl who had acted as ring bearer at a cousin's wedding was in clined to view her part of the im pressive ceremony with great serious ness. One day some time afterward the child heard her grandmother talk ing of her possible future marriage. "You know, I'm half married al ready," the child earnestly remarked. "Half married already! What do yoi mean, child?" asked the surprised grandmother. "Why, don't you remember when I carried Cousin Carrie's wedding ring?" Matter Easily Explained. Two lawyers met on the street. "I've been wondering about you," said one. "What were you wondering about me?" "Well, I've heard you address a jury and I thought that you were the most eloquent man in Cleveland. Then I've heard you make an after-dinner speech at a banquet and you were— pardon me—pretty rotten. Now, how is that?" "I'll tell you. When I'm talking to a Jury my dinner depends on my speech. When I'm talking to a bunch of diners I've already had my dinner. * » Importen* to Mothers * Examine earefully every bottle of CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for infants and children, and see that it Bears the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria Best Thing. "James got dizzy in the water and it frightened him." "It iß the best thing which could have happened." "How do you make that out?" "If he was dizzy, wasn't his head swimming?" Deep Dissimulation. y "You seem inclined to encourage your wife to be a suffragette.' • "Yes," replied Mr. Meekton. can thoroughly convince her that I de sire her to march and make speeches maybe she'll get resentful and refuse to do so." If I ELIXIR BABEK STOPS CHILLS and ia the fUiesf kind of tonic. "Your 'Babek' acta like magie; I have given it to numerous people in my par ish who were suffering with chills, ma laria and fever. I recommend it to those who are sufferers and in need of a good Rev. S. Szymanowski, St. Stephen's Church, Perth Amboy, N. J. Elixir Babek, 50 cents, all druggists, or Kloczewaki & Co., Washington, D.C. Adv. tonic. His Contribution. "Did old Closefist give you anything for the charity benefit fund?" "Oh, yes; h£ gave me his candid opinion of it." ASK FOR ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE. the Antiseptic powder to shake into your ■hoea. Naila, Swollen and Sweating feet, Bliaters Sold everywhere, 25c. Sample'FREE. Addreaa Allen S. Climated, Le Roy, N.Y. Adv. Relieves Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing and Callou* spot* Don't accept any substitute. Circumstantial Evidence. Did you find our poor friend's spir its were broken?" "Yes, in a way. II He was ordering nothing but brandy smashes." » . O-U-BUG a Kills »while yoil spray. O-U-Bug destroys Roaches, Water Bugs, Bed Bugs, Ants, Fleas, Spiders, Chlggers, Lice, Mosquitos, Flies and Bad Odors, disinfects as you spray. Sold un der positive guarantee. Memphis Disinfecting Co., 78 N. Third St., Memphis, Tenu. Adv. * Their Reasons. "Why do managers try their new plays on the dog?" "To see if it is a howling success." No Sympathy. He lost money in a wheat deal." Then I haven't a grain of sympa thy for him." tt GRANULATED EYELIDS CURED The worst eases, no matter of how long «unding, are cured by the wonderfni, old reliable Dr. Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. Relieves pain the same time. 26c, 50c, 11.00. The chap who is an expert at mak ing excuses can never draw large fees Conditions Changed. "Peck isn't happy. His wife is coa tinually paying sharp And snappy things tc him.'' "Why, be told me before he mar ried her that was what he admired most about her." "Yes, but he considered it wit Boston Transcript. i then.' Suffragettes on the Jury. Is the jury ready to report?" No, your honoress; they* are still discussing the way in which you wear your hair." ^ ■ JJiouacunddr ofJfcTn&n, by ,t Have Been Restored to Health By Lydia L. < Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. There is no doubt about this fact. Why I during the last 30 years we have published in the newspapers of this country volumes of letters from women who have been re lieved of all their suffering by the timely aid of this grand old medicine. Letters like the following, true, genuine and honest expressions of gratitude coming from grateful hearts. ; Surely you can believe these women. f Mrs. L S.'BRENNER, Hudson, Mich., says:— Sometime ago I was taken with a terrible pain in my right side, such sharp pains just like a knife sticking me. I tried hot applications but that did no good. I went to onr family doctor (we were living in Fayette, Ohio, at that time) «-nd he said it was organic inflammation. I doctored with him ♦ a whUe but kept getting worse. The pain was so terrible I could hardly stand on my feet. I would have that sharp pain in my right side, and a . # 4,,11 na!« nrhnl« 1#»ncrth nf mv limb. I realized that somethin? • tt git de dull heavy pain the whole length of my limb. I realized that something had to be done quickly, so I looked up all of your advertisements I could find, and saw several that described my case. I got a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham'8 Vegetable Compound and it helped me fromthe first dose, and when I had taken two bottles my trouble was when I had taken two bottles my trouble was gone. Your medicine has . done so much for me that I am willing you should publish this letter for tho aake of other suffering women."—Mrs. L. S. Brenner, Hudson, Michigan., < in al do I Mrs. L. E. BOWERS, Girard, Peu, says: — « I take pleasure in informing you of what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable , Compound has done for me. I had a sick spell last February, and for Borne months after that I was not regular and had many bad feelings. I •was tired all the time, had dull headaches, not much appetite, and also ' . what the doctor called organic inflammation. Yonr Vegetable Compound , has entirely cured me and I feel that too much cannot be said in its praise , as I am now able to do my own work. You are perfectly welcome to use . testimonial for the benefit of others."—Mrs. L. E. Bowers, R.F.D. Kal, Girard, Pa. my Mrs. ELIZABETH GEXTILCORE, Buffalo, N.Y.,says: — I feel that I must write to you about your wonderful remedies. About ten years ago I was troubled with female weakness and was all run down. I was tired all the time and could hardly walk without feeling dizzy. I . heard about Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, took it, and also used the Sanative Wash. I got stronger, and have not had those dizzy spells since. I feel that I owe my health to you, and hope your remedies will help others as they bave me. I tr*3d most everything I heard of, and yours are the best medicines for.women's ailments."—Mrs. Eli za b eth Geh telcobe, 26 Glor Street, Buffalo, New York. Cl a 'For SO years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been the standard remedy for fe- Tfl v, male ills. No one sick with woman's ailments ((/( does justice to herself if she does not try this fa mous medicine made from roots and herbs, it lias restored so many suffering women to health. fSMiigs*Write to LYDI L E.PINKH AM MEDICINE CO. SV (CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN, MASS., for advice. Your letter will be opened, read and answered and held in strict confidence. o gü 7 mngms by a woman tVtlA E M WORMS. of it Stomach and to* "Wormy", that's -what's tho matter of 'em. testinal worms. Nearly aa bad as distemper. Cost you too much to feed 'em. Book bad—are bad. Don't physic 'em to death. Spohn's Cure will remove the worms, improve the appetite, and tone 'em up all round, and don't "physic." Acts on glands and blooA Full directions with each bottle, and sold by all druggists. HE#! [p Goshen, lad.. U. S. A. SPOHN MEDICAL CO.. Chemists, JL. Y) c y ( (. mm I .wy/ i -.m I B) More Tobacco—Better Tobacco—Call for More Potash ™ Tobacco needs more potash than any other crop. The ^ better the quality of the tobacco, the higher the per cent, of ^ potash in it. Both quantity and quality depend on I POTASH J. or The right form of potash for a tobacco fertiliser iacnlfate of potash or sulfate of potash magnesia. Muriate of potash is not suitable. Anacrsof tobacco uses 200 lbs. actual potaah,equalto400)bs. sulfate of potash or 8U0 lbs. sulfate of potash magnesia (double manure salt). Yon cannot go far wrong in using 2000 lbs. per acre of 5-5-10 fertil izer with Write potash from actual auliate. for free pamphlet on fertilizing tobacco. 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