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MUNYON'8 1 PAW-PAWPILLS , The best Stomach and So Liver Pills known and me a positive and greedy a cure for Constipation. Indigestion, Jaundice. Billouneus, Sour Stom- a ach, Headache, and all fo ailments arising from a ple disordered stomach or of sluggish liver. They contain in concen trated form all the en virtues and values of Munyon's Paw- an Paw tonic and are made from the W juice of the Paw-Paw fruit. I un- ch hesitatingly reoominend these pills as ul being the best laxative and cathartic over compounded. Send us postal or letter, requesting a free package of i Mlunyon's Celebrated Paw-Paw Laxa- tri tive Pills, and we will mall same free in of charge. MUt QN'$ HOMOEO- th, PATHIC I5OI(@ RE ?EY CO., 53d th and Jeferton 1I., PbIelphla, Pa. th in tic me fo Never Vary in m Quality or Taste a Because the utmost care ,3 is taken by Libby's Chefs I to selectonlythechoicest a materials and prepare d( them in the same careful " manner every time. You qre thus assured of uni form goodness, and this ui is the season that the use of Libby's gives such it general satisfaction to a every housewife. U Try Libby Dried ed MeulicanTamales CI ILaLoaf Chi(icsnCarme 1 Vimea Sasage a Evaported al 1k For luncheon, spreads a or everyday meals they are just the thing. Keep a supply in the t house. You never can tell when they will come in handy.Ask ' for Libbys and e be sure you get Libby's, Libby, McNeill & Libby A ýoumehold neoegahte. Large demand for |lffots. e~a~Cn rarsateed. Write at once. BRINNAN & C., New Orleans. L. ,,. .Thompson'sEyeWater Mexican Fly Traps. The fpest fly traps are not in' It Wlth a little Mexican spider named mosquero. Natives gather from oak trees a branoh covered with this spider's nests and hang it up in the house. The spiders begin on the files by wholesale. Moaquero nests are very tidy, pretty and old maild ish. A lot of tiny beetles make their home thereln with the spiders. The beetles live on fly legs, the crumbe and scraps from the mos quero's table, and pay for their be l and board by keeping the we' house perfectly clesan and refined, e'tlng everything and dropping no litter in the Mexican professional gentle man's house. Mrs. Mosquero is a very quiet, orderly lady, who never wanders from her own fireside or strays from her own backyard, but 'hen a fly calls round she gets very busy with her spider knives anl saws.a-New York Press. A Stupid Manservant. "Chawles," he drawled to his new manservant, as he settled ilmeolf comfortably in his library armchair for an after-dinner siesta, "you are to waken me whenever I am thiresty," tossing off a Scotch highball as he spolce. "But how shall I know, Sir, when you are thirsty?" "I shall be thirsty whenever I am roused, of course," with a look of good-natured pity for the new man's qtuldltv.-'-New York Times. THE EVIDENCE LACKING. "Stand up, McNulty," said the po lice magistrate. "Are you guilty or not gulty" "Palh. an' it's meself as can't tell thot till O hear th' ividence," replied IcNulty.--Chicaro News. A Brealkfast SJoy Sweet,Ci*i~6p, GoldenoBrouwn Post Toasties Readr to serve from'the package with cream--o cookizg necessary. M- eat In the-Dlet. --. How much meat is in a normal diet? The answer to this question a v is impossible of universal Application. In a matter of diet, as in almost ev- acq erything else, man is idiosyncratic. tiot I ome people naturally choose, nor mally, more meat and some less. The spli same is true of every other com- but ponent of the diet. Many people have sta a repugnance to certain articles ofe e; I food, vegetable or animal. Some peo I ple, norma!'y, eat a larger percentage wit of meat than others. A stated at ] amount, therefore, can only be a gen eral one, applying to man as a whole and not to any particular individual. eve I When normal, man is left with the Bu: choice of the diet, and, where all forms of food are equally accessible, it is surprising to see what uniform- to ity exists in the choice. While it is Pei true that there are great differences less I in the dietaries of different nations. If these differences are not so much yo, those of choice as of necessity. The - true comparison, therefore, would be in the dietary of men in different na- ott tions of practically independent hin means who thus have an unrestricted 4 financial opporttnity to gratify their ml wants. Among th's class of the com- ott munity a remarkable degree of uni formity in the choice of diet is found. A well-to-do man who takes moderate exercise consumes aT!i-nt a as! quarter of a pound of protein, .:3 of tol a pound of fat, and 1.1 pounds of on starch and sugar per day. By "mod- thi erate exercise" I mean the man en- pr, gaged in moderate labor. Persons ea of sedentary habits, of course, should an eat much less, but unfortunately they an do not all do so.-Dr. Harvey thV. Wiley in Collier's. ha Cottonseed Oil and Flour. liv When cottonseed oil was first put So on the market, thirty years ago, pop ular prejudice was against it. Pre dictions were made that it would ad never be used. Legislation against he its use was urged. fa Oil and cake together, crushing mi and grinding cottonseed has built mi up a great trade. An acre which us grows a bale of cotton returns to its RI cultivator nearly as much for oil and iii cake as for cotton. When cotton was Cl 15 cents a pound and the seed was M wasted, a man got $75 for the lint pa and that was all. Now with cotton tr at 15 cents a pound he gets $75 for lint and almost as much more for oil and cake. Nor does cultivation cost him any more. Cottonseed oil has become a food i widely used and enters into many I arts. The cake has been fed to cat- a tle. Ground, a recent report shows, that it yields a flour five-fold more ul nutritive than wheat flour. Like oil, its use as food will take cc time. The early oil was almost un eatable until processes were improv- liI ed. The flour will have to go through the same experience and hi manipulation. Chemical analysis and human digestion do not give the same results in food. ai But exactly as corn, once fed prin cipally to cattle, has entered into human consumption on a scale three or four times larger than twenty five years ago, as breakfast foods came into use, so cottonseed flour ti will gradually become a staple food tl for for man.-Philadelphia Press. a at Should Weigh Bread o ITousewives who are endeavor- D Ing to keep down the cost of living by practicing every-day economics, are advised by Fritz Reichmann, it State Superintendent of Weights and ed 'easures, to .weIgh their loaves of ak bread to see how much they are get ting. "he "A five-cent loaf of white bread as t he sold by some bakers." said Mr. Reich ets mann, "weighs 11 ounces and other bakers furnish loaves weighing all ke the way to 25 ounces. Ten-cent r. loaves vary from 24 to 34½ ounces, the so that the smallest of the ten-cent og- loaves is smaller than the largest of the five-cent loaves of some bakers ise In some bakeries where the average Ing of a five-cent loaf is 16 ounces the i average of a ten-rent loaf is only 21 ounces, so that it is cheaper to buy two five-cent loaves than one ten ver cent loaf. S"A five-cent loaf of rye bread varies with different bakers from ery 15½ to 2~% ounces, and a ten-cent loaf willl vary from 24i½ to 36½ ounces. An eight-cent loaf of rye bread varies from 21 to 38Y ounces. tew "There is no law in the statute el1 books requiring the marking of air loaves of bread as to what the weight to is, as there is, for instance, in Chi I)," cago and Washington, or in the State he of Massachusetts.-Albany Special to New York Press. ten - Protecting Live Stock, am British veterinarians, by order or of the IBoard of Animals and Fisheries, In's must give immediate legal notifica tion to headquarters of all cases of cattle plague. contagious pleuro-pneu monia cf cattle, foct and mouth dis oease, sheep-pox, sheep-scab, swine fever, anthrax, epizootic lymphang tell tis, rabies, glanders and farcy. Such lied compulsory notification laws are the way a good honest government looks after the interests of its citizens who have ventured their lives, work and money in agriculture and stock raising. England's honesty plainly shows in her blooded stock. No such monumental blessings are ever brought about by a sneaky loitering, lying nation.--New York Press. Interpretation of Bach. Where the idea came from that to play fl'ch in the true spirit it must be mane as angular, dry and dull as pervert.d human minds could con ceive is a mystery. That Bach, with the most enormous output credited to Sany musician, pouring from him in an unbroken stream all his life long with spontanelty stamped on every measure, desire l his music to be Splayte wlth the metronome going, and all individuality, all imagination, all frteedom scared out of the artist, is arrant nonsense. Small wonder most people dread the very sound of his name, and what a shame it is that hi must usutally be heard through a medium so inelastic and false that no conception of his real eharacter La mosible"-Chicago Post Did His Part Thoroughly. In order to avoid an fIrgi ment with a woman suffragist on the subject of Lar hobby, a happy bachelor gallantly acquiesced in the truth of her asser tions. "But, sir," st .rnly remarked the spinster, "your admission is anything but creditable to you. What, fon. in stan 'e, have you ever done for the emuanc!ipaticn of woman?" 'Madami." resp:!nded the gentleman wit, a polite smile and a bow, "I have tt least rt :nained a lachelor!"-Judge. Summer is here, 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 Ilss, non-greasy, effective face bleach. If you try one jar, we are sure that you will be so pleasel with it, that you will try another, and yet an other. Your Druggist has it. Ask him. - Opportunity is a good knocker, ad mits the Commoner, but there are others Unsightly Complexions. The constant use of Cuticura Soap, a assisted by Cuticura Ointment, for toilet, bath and nursery purposes not only preserves, purifies and beautifies the skin, scalp, hair and hands, but prevents inflammation, irritation and 'clogging of the pores, the common d cause of pimples, blackheads, redness and roughness, yellow, oily, mothy and other unwholesome conditions of the complexion and skin. All who de light in a clean skin, soft, white hands, a clear, wholesome scalp and live, glossy hair, will find Cuticura Soap most successful in realizing * every expectation. Cuticura Soap, and Ointment are d admirably adapted to preserve the health of the skin and scalp of in- to fants and children, and to prevent g minor blemishes or inherited skin hu It mors becoming chronic, and may be I used from the hourof birth. Cuticura 5 Remedies are sold throughout the civ d Hired world. S,'nd to Potter Drug & s Chem. Corp., sole proprietors, Boston, P1 .s Mass., for their free Cuticura Book. 32 in it pages of invaluable advice on care and n treatment of the skin, scalp and hair. 'i Jcrd Most Often Misspelled. "t "Oblige," cf all the words in the English language, is the one most fre id quently misspelled. This assertion is made by W. Stewart Thomson in a new edition cf his "Public Exam ination Spelling Key:," and is based r upon practical experience and from evidence provided by the papers of competitors in civil service examina- tt n- tions. P "Not 5 per cent. of educated Eng-. i lishmen," Mr. Thomson adds, "spell t, d, correctly, even in standard books and ti l high class newspaper, the simple e wc:d 'repellent.' The English lan. st guace is a living and growing thing F and di.tionaries as a rule are about fifty years behind the times. There it is perhaps no more common fallacy e with the experienced writer than the idea th.t in these days of free edu cation and strict Government inspec- t ld tion, 'every schoolboy' can spell all the fairly common English words and that a spelling book should, C therefore, contain only such as are e of cons'derable difficulty."-London n Daily Mail. i s, A USEFUL SCIENCE. in, "What is geography?" asked the ad father who was testing his son's pro- g of gr as in study. I et- "Geography," replied little Jimmy S Jiggs, "is what you put inside your 1 as trousers when you think you are go- [ h- ing to get a whipping."-Washington A er Star. int Pays the St. Louis Republic: Oil promots economy of room, absence C of smoke, reduction of the non-fight 'inr fer", ability almost instantly to attain high speed eficiency and unt formnity of feed. The absence of smoke Is of Inestimable Importance both hecauss it permits a war ship r to nvroaeh the enemy unheralded S'y: a th,*k 1anner in dis.ilse an.l be ca,'rs' it helps a weaker vessel to sirced awa:-. Of all nations ranking among powers of the first rank this Is nt test coruippcd by nature to supply for its fthting fleets oil in quantity utn limited and at minimum cost. From the Al!eahan'es to the Gulf and west t ward to the Pariflc coast there exist storcs of petroleum whose develop-' n0etnt already is enormous and whose hi p- sibilities s"arcely have been fath te cmed. lal The Youth's Companion tells this story: At a certain railway station an nnxious man came to the door of th" baggage car and said: "Is there or anythine for me?" After some search es, among the boxes and trunks the bag. ics- gageoaster dragged out a demijohn of ,f whiskey. "Anything more?" asked eu- the mann. "Yes,"' said the baggage lis- man,. "there is a gravestone. There's ine no name on it, but it ouight to go with agi- that liquor." Here's one to go with Lch it. A ctstomer in a downtown saloon the where there is a teetotal bartender oks as:ked for whiskey and imported boor. ho: n'ixcd the two, and remarked that his nd mixtuire was a "stone wall." "I'd call ek-' it a tombstone," the abstemious man nly l' bind the bar remarl-ed. No There is a reason ver u, Why Grape-Nuts&doesTcorrect A weak, physical, &or a SSluggish mental condition. to The food is highlyinutritidou ust And is partiallyr-digested, on- So that it helps _the organs'Iof ith 'the' stomach toin To digest ioth food. ",g It is also rich in the he Vital phosphates that go, mda Dircctly to make up I The delicate gray matter s Of brain and nerve centres. lat Read "The Road to Welville" i In pkgs., "Ther's a Reason.'. Is t'STJ CEREAL COMPANY, Ltd.A j at~4 Cauk NKia. FAMOUs DOOTOR'S PRESCRIPTION. the agi sol bat pr toy of -ph 4 / ha the ; 'at thi I ass gu FOR ab Scy S e--- itol S erial and pr U nYA. RIGGh S A BRu., Ugrs. o w ypress Cit.erns . a MOTHE R AND.... d SWEET POWD-BERS I\ a OyOn CHILDREN, o adterWll.nd Price Mr.. ic ,2r7e te*e. PiA. RIMGs "I ra.n da or th utiTa Io lyO, w eaig 95 nrd and Cldlborne o at ten'w ous.u i.a It's easier to break away than it is ato get back. the__ a tih has Only One Kidney, But is Bound and Well. tl Mrs. L. Wick, 287 Dewey Ave., a consultation of doctors was held. They decided I had e -a fibroid kidney et and said it must et lbe removed. I had fr nthe operation and et came out of the ci d hospital as sick as a strlb ever. At last it i ti tf Ewas my good for- " Stune to begin using Doan's Kidney Pills. They strengthened the remain- Ow ing kidney and increased my weight a to 121 pounds. I have no more a d trouble." a e Remember the name-Down's. For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.e S Every man thinks he's a superior - judge of human nature. 's iTfy "BATTLE AXE" SHOEI. o One woman can stir up more trou- F - ible than a dozen mere men. a 11 Cut This Outha or is And mail to the A. H. Lewis Medicine a dCo., St. Louis, Mo.. and they will send you t fr.ee a 1) day treatment of Nature's Rem edv (Nis tallets). uaranteed for Rheu tf mittism Constipation, Sick Headache C Liver. Kidney and Blood lBseases. Sold - by all Druggists. Better than Pills for Liver Ills. It's free to you. Write to-day. e Successful physicians are lucky ,O" guessers. For Red, Itching Eyelids, Cysts, ny Styes, Falling Eyelashes and All Eyes ur That Need Care, Try Murine Eye ;t- Buy "BATTLE AXE" SinoEs. o You are neariv always right-from n- your own point of view. For COLDS and GRIP. S Hick's Capudin e Is the best remedy tp reli`ves the aching and feverishness cures the Cold and restores normal d cnditions. It's liquid-efects Imme -.diately. 10e. 25c and o50c. at drug stores. to What is o't nan's 1tobby may be ng uiothc.'s own rightmare. is sra. Wnstlow's sooth.nL Syrup for Chbldreb or teething. softens the auns. reduces infams tion. tallas pain. res wind coliC. ea bottie - You can't do your--- work well if st- you dislike it. st Dou'i Risk Your life fly neglecting ('onstipation. It leads to autotoxenmia. Tl.ry is just on right re r dy for ('ontsipation, that is Na tures "itemedy (NR tablets). It's differ l from all others because it is thorough, it corrects the entire digestive system and the kidneys, cures t)yspesa and ri ltheumtatilsm. It's easy and sure to act. Take ote, to-night-you ll feel better in on the morning. Get a 25c. Box. All Drug of gists. The A. It. Lewis Medicine Co.. tc 'IC" is blamed for most of our Sfailures. i SIunees For 70 Years-The record of Prin od killer (Perry Daistsi'.) The remedy for diar ge rhea, dysentery and all bowel complaints. 's ELOPING UP TO DATE. th The coatless man puts a carelesa ith arm >n 'Round the waist of the hatless er : girl, 'r. While over the dustless, mudless his roads all In a horseless wagon they whirL an Like a leadless bullet from hammer less gun, - By smokeless powder driven, They fly to taste the speechless Joys ct By endless union given. - The only luncheon his coinless purse / Affords to them the means, a tasteless meal of boneless cod, With a dish of stringless beans. He smokes his old tobaccoless pipe Ain d laughs a mirthless laugh When pape tries to coax her back f By wireless telegraph. -Motor Record, OF COURSE. "I wonder why that rich Mrs. Tup fer wears imitation furs?" "Probably because it isn't real Icold."-aCleve and Plain Dealer. io anm S pp pemtwg rm Oe hi ld * Alk Hlk L 1. Ilaua~ of tboge msoy, Fumay, am baits, use "LS LKWLh." kLAltI AtLUMM WA., 1 rv PAI.U, rgeil. Science vs. LifTe An officer of the medical corps of the regular army has filed a protest against the reduction of the food of soldiers to what is termed a scientifli basis. The figures as to starches and proteids may work out in the labora tory, he says, but they fall to leave a satisfying feeling in the stomachs of enlisted men. The conflict between science and life is one of the most interesting phenomena of modern times. Things have a trick of doing just so among the test tubes and retorts. The chem ist makes a new steel that is harder than any other ever discovered. The assayer can save every trace of gold out of a sample of ore. The food specialist knows facts which are so tremendous he has to have a lan guage of many jointed words to tell about them. Yet the laboratory steel and that produced by the same for mula in the mills are often two very different materials. No stamp mill, cyanide or chloride process, or smel ter, ever succeeded in taking all the precious metal out of ore. The hu man body, in some irritating way or other, insists upon having something more than pure nourishment. It has become used to getting waste materi al also and won't be happy unless it does.-Toledo Blade. External and Internal Lies. Kant says a lie may be external or internal; external may be uttered and so bring one into the contempt - of others; internal violates a man's own dignity. Goethe said he used to invent all manner of lies during his childhood and tell them for truths, and it he had not turned these same sort of lies into later fiction the re sult would have been most serious to " himself, so he said, in the way of making him out a criminal liar. SNew York Press. The size of the waves of the Atlan tic Ocean has been carefully asoer taimed, the result of extensive inves d tigation made by officers of the Hyd rographic Office of the Navy Depart ment. In height these waves usually average 30 feet, but in rough weath n er they will attain some 40 to 48 feet f Buy "BATTLE AXz" SHOES. 1 Paper CIoi1-.s Sure Thinn d Some time ago the report was cir Y eulated in this country of the discov et cry of a process to make clothes ,d from paper. The now cloth was nam d ed xylolin, and the discovery was Le credited to a Saxon. The American Ls consuls in Saxony made an investiga it tion of the report and found a really r- serviceable cloth made from paper ' wood fibre. The discovery is the re - sult of years of pains-taking study It and experimenting, and is regarded as a remarkable and important achievement During the last two lean years there was a large outflow of immi grants returning to Europe because of or the want of employment. This out flow has fallen off 50 per cent in re cent months, insists the Philadelphia u- Record. On the other hand. there is a considerable increase of immigra tion. It is estimated by tho Atlantic ne steamship companies that the tide of ou immigration this season will be as n- strong as ever if no further measures e of restraint are imposed on it. -Ii When shown positive and reliable proof that a certain remedy had cured numerous cases of female ills, wouldn't any sensible woman conclude that the same remedy would also benefit her if suffering with the same trouble ? Here are two letters which prove the efficiency of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Fitchville, Ohio.--" My daughter was all run down, suffered from pains in her side, head and limbs, and could walk but a short distance at a time. She came very near having nervous prostration, had begun to cough a good deal, and seemed melancholy by spells. She tried two doctors but got little help. Since taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, Blood Purifier and Liver Pills she has im proved so much that she feels and looks like another girL"- Mrs. C. Cole, Fitchville, Ohio. Irasburg, Vermont.-" I feel it my duty to , say a few words in praise of your medicine. When I began taking it I had been very sick with kidney and bladder trou t bles and nervous prostration. I am now taking the sixth bot tle of Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and find myself greatly improved. My friends who call to see me have noticed a great change." -Mrs. A. H. Sanborn, Irasburg, Vermont. We will pay a handsome reward to any person who will prove to us that these letters are not genuine and truthful -or that either of these women were paid in any way for a their testimonials, or that the letters are published without their permission, or that the original letter from each did not come to us entirely unsolicited. o What more proof can any one ask? For 30 years Ly E. Pinkham's Veetable Compound has been the standard remedy for female ills. No slek woman does Justice to herself who will not try this famous medicine. Made exedsnvely from rents and herbs, and has thousands of cures to its eredit,. m Mrs. Pinlham invites all sick wome n r to write her for advice. She ras thousands to health free of charge. Address Ms. Pinkham ILynn, Mass. What Ails You? Do you feel week, tired, despondent, have frequent head. aches, coated tongue, bitter or bed taste in morning, "heart-burn," belching of ias, sold risings in throat after eating, stomach gnaw or burn, foul breath, dizzy spells, poor or variable appetite, nausea at times and kindred symptoms P If you have any considerable number of the above symptoms you are sufering from bilious ness, torpid liver with indigestion, or dyspepsia. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medioel Discovery is made up of the most valuable medioinal principles known to medical science for the permanent care of such abnormal conditions. It is a most defcient liver Invigorator, stomaeh tonio, bowel regulator and nerve strengthener. The "Golden Medical Discovery" is not a patent medicine or secret nostrum, a full list of its ingredients being printed on its bottle-wrapper and attested under oath. A glance at these will show that it contains no alcohol, or here. ful habit-forming drugs. It is a fluid extract made with pure, triple-refned glycerine, of proper strength, from the roots of native American mediosL forest plants. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Props., Buffalo, N. y BUY"BATTLE AXEE"SHOES The difference remember this it may save your life. Cathartics, bird shot and cannon ball pills-4ea spoon doses of cathartic medicines all depend on irritation of the bowels until they sweatenough to move. Cas carels strengthen the bowel muscles so they creep and crawl naturally. This means a cure and only through Cascares can you get it quickly and naturally. wm Cascarets-lOc bo--week's treat ment. All druggists. Biggest seller in the world-million boxes a month. The veloelpede was invented by Drals in 1817. Dr. Pierce's Pellets, small sugar-coated. easy to take as candy, regulate and invig orate stomach, liver and bowels and cura constipation. Too many people's idea of a friend is some one they can impose upon. For HEADACHEl-Hek's ('APUDINE Whether from Colds. lleat. tomach or Nervous Troubles. Capudine will re lieve you. It's liquid-pleasant to take --acts Immemiately. Try It. 10c. 25c. and 50c. at drug stores. No Joke Either. "Yes," said a traveling man the other night, "I was once out of sight of land on the Atlantic Ocean twen ty-one days." There was a small-sized crowd sit ting around. Another man spoke up. "On the Pacific Ocean one time I didn't see land for twenty-nine days," he said. a A little bald-headed man knocked . the ashes from his cigar. f "I started across the Kaw River at Topeka in a skiff once," he said, "and was out of sight of land before I a reached the other side." s "Aw, come off," said the man who had told the first tale. "The Kaw c isn't more than 300 feet wide at f Topeka." a "I didn't say it was," said the lit s tle bald-headed man quickly. "The skift turned over and I sank twice." TERRIBLE PICTURE OF SUFFERING A Terrible Picture of Suffering Drawn by Mrs. McElroy of Clinton, Ky., Points Its Own Moral. Clinton, Ky.-"I as a sufferer for six years from female troubles. I could not eat and could not stand on my feet without suffering great pain. "I tried three of the best doctors in the State of Kentucky and they said I was in a critical condition and going down hill. "I had lost all hope of ever being better. I was so weak I had to be = helped up and down. I had neuralgia, dragging sensations and such awful e hurting, low down in my right side, I could hardly bear it. "After using Cardui, for one week, I found I was getting better, so I continued to take it and in four t months time I felt better than I had in six years. "I advise all suffering women to take Cardui. I got more benefit from 1. $3 worth of Cardui than from $100 I worth of doctors' medicines." The only way you can get the ben fit of the genuine Cardui herbs, is by )uying a bottle of Cardui at your drug. t gist's. He does not keep the crude Irug, as it is not in the pharmacopoeia. Fifty years' of proof of its merit, in actual practice, has convinced us, ao nd those who have tested it, of the value of Cardui in female weakness and disease. Why not test it for yourself? WUO I ry lar Ise a ts or elsldessam buasi Israses: m ask is L.sbyI. Wl e ais . I tee Mr Ehi. VlJWrhsk.eriL 11.SAABWL a I (missilie, Ky. Brown's Wells under NEW MANAGEMENT Rates $12 and $15 in Cottags Main Building $11.50 Wloutl Bath aid $21.00 WIt tsI & J. THIGPEN, Manager, Brown's Wells, Mins. A Perfect Self-Heating Sad Iron. Durabl made from the beet grade of cast Iron ad brables; highly polished. nickle plated. Ic DOES YOUR IRONING FOR le Easy to operate--heat regulatedI ly.no odor.no dirt.no botatois Satisfaction guaranteed. MaI card for speelal price. neth Martin. Sales Agent., D)epLt.. Lebanon, Tenn, Big profits to Agents. DAISY FLY KILLER 1:" S,*4,,S3.50, sa, 52.50 & *S FOR 'O YEARS. ..Denst. b6 .. Came eBes.W VXover. 21-'10.) o ,qor inJfl te rpud S.