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E nterprise. J. Ii. IiAWTON, Editor ami Proprietor. VOLUME XVII. DEVOTED TO THE ADVANCEMENT OF HOME INTERESTS. NEW IBERIA, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1901. Subscription, $1.50 por Annum. N UMBER 11» MISTKOT BROS. & CO. ^NEW IBERIA, LA. ^ THE GREAT INVENTORY SALE The Big Sale J « j mm » W11 Cil OVCiy U.CJJCH billCllt IO and Its Meaning thoroughly gone through and cam m va no i ▼ lVttl 1111 & • all small lots are culled out This Summer Clearance Sale is the one event of the season when every department is at reduced prices. It's the store's stock reducing time—a time when every item of surplus goods in every department is priced with the one object of closing the lots out in the shortest possible time. We prepare for it in an open-eyed business-like manner. The goods are marked with a full knowledge of the loss to be sustained, knowing that a liberal price reduction at this time means the turning into money much that might otherwise be carried to another season. We will also announce some un usual bargains recently picked up by our resident New York buyer, that no price reduction of regu lar goods can excel in attractiveness of price. Every article mentioned here you can use NOW. Prices are about one-half what you paid at the beginning of the season. Bead carefully this circular. Then come and make your selections. It will pay you and pay you well. Sale Begins Monday, July 8tli . and wm end Saturday, july 27th $5.00 Linen Suits at $3.00. Sounds mysterious, this selling of such suits. No mystery though—just score once more for our resident New York buyer, lie picked three lots for a soug and sent them out to us. Good quality washable linen suits at $3.00. Well made, will fit well and will not fade when washed. More could not be expected from a $7.50 suit. Very cheap then at $3. Pique for Skirts 5c a yard. Unheard of, Isn't it? and we wish to emphasize two facts : These goods are all fresh and perfect in every way, and are the regular 10c .values. Most of them are white grouhds with small colored figures, or stripe of varying widths. Some are blue, some pink, others red. All are fast colors and will not fade. The price is 5c a yard. Di^ck, Pique and Crash Skirts. An unusual offering. Always industrious and practical, the ladies of New Iberia have in terfered with our calculations by making a great many of their own skirts this summer. As a result, we find we have on haud entirely too many wash skirts. We have decided to jell every wash skirt in our . stock at a price Jess than the cost of the material unmade. That may sound extravagant, but come and test it: We don't winter any wash skirts in this store. Wehave untrimmed white piques ; white piques with white or blue braid ; pure linen crash ; plain or with white or blue braid. Novelty linen skirts in checks and strips. In fact almost any reasonable want. Of the hundreds of skirts on hand the most expensive are offered at $1, the others for less. All our skirts that are soiled, wrinkled or otherwise damaged are offered at 25c. All the 50c grade are priced at 35c. All the 75c, 85c and 95c are now 50c. All the $1, 1.25 and 1.50 are uow 75c. All above 1.50 f up to aud including the 2.50 and 2.75 skirts are offered at $1.00. Paraso f C Is. We hav»> cut the prices on the white and fancy Parasols ; we cut them about half. All silk Parasols are offered for the price of a cotton one. Any color and almost any style can be found. It is a lot of samples which we bought at a big re daction and all on hand will be sold regardless of cost. There are many black ones in the lot, but the majority are colored. Those famous little pills. De Witt'8 Lit tle Early Risers compel your liver and bowels to do their duty, thus giving you pars, rieh blood to recuperate your body. Are easy to take. Never gripe. Julius Koch. The county seat of Simpson county, Miss., was moved on wag ons from Westville to Edna by the supervisors withont the citizens having knowledge of the change. There is no longer an excuse for any one to endnre the toitnre inflicted by piles when Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment will eure them, a remedy so moderate in price and so effective. Price, SO cents In bottles. Tabes, 75c. Estocge Drag Co. Ladies Washable Shirt Waists. We plumed ourselves this spring upon having the most extensive line of white aud colored shirt waists we have ever shown ; and that is claim ing a great deal. The materials, the colors and the styles were the newest aud most pop ular; aud combined the ad ditional merit of price attrac tiveness. Some of these styles have been en tirely closed out. Others have been sold, except a few irregu lar sizes. We expect to close out every one before we receive a thread of our fall goods. And this is the way we go about it : All of our 50c grades of white lawn, percale, dimity and colored lawn waists have been reduced to 25c. All of our 75, 85 and 90c white and colored waists are now 50c. Every one of those $1.00 and $1.25 waists that were considered marvels of beauty at those prices, now march out to the tune of 75c. This price reduction is continued throughout theentire shirt waist stock. There remains but nine of those $3.50 white waists and they answer to the call of $1.75. The applique and embroidery in each waist is alone worth more. If you've got a place for any of ihese goods, take good advice and fill it now. All Silk Taffeta and Satin Ribbons. There is a reason for every thing. Bnt we have not yet discovered how our New York buyer secured such » ribbon values as we are offering dur ing this sale. Every piece is perfect. Every piece all silk. We are offering widths Wo. 5, 7 and 9 at 5c a yard. And width No. 12 and 16 at 10c a yard. Width No. 22 at 10c, all silk baby ribbon 50c a spool of 50 yards each. Aside from these widths we have some values jast as attractive in the wider taffeta ribbons, gros grain and doubled faced satin ribbon. We don't think there is a ribbon demand we can not fill, and prices—well just half of what you usually pay. Little Lots of Colored Lawns, White Lawns also. Some one has very cleverly said that "the highest ambi tion of every piece of dress goods is to become a remnant,'' proves its popularity of course. This being admitted, we have proof of the popularity of our wash goods stock. There are about 250 remnants of wash goods varying in length from 2X yards to 7 yards. The majority are colored lawns, Lightning from a clear sky struck among the inmates of the Central Kentucky Insane Asylum, killing one and injuring three others and an attoudant. The Be»» Liniment for Strain». Mr. F. H. Wells, the merchant at Deer Park, Long Island, N. Y., says : "I always recommend Chamberlain's Pain Balm as the best liniment for strains. I nsed it last « inter for a severe lameness in the side, resulting from a strain, and was greatly pleased with the qniek relief And core it effected.'* For sale by James A. Lse, druggist. dimities and novelty goods. Some are white. We have culled out the entire lot makiug three counters as fol lows: All the 6^c, 7,'ac and 8>£c, goods priced at 5c. All the 10c, 12'ac and 15c goods priced at 8%c. All the 17,Vc, 20c and 25c goods priced at 10c. If yon want a waist, skirt or ■ child's dress you cau select from these goods at half their real value. Short Length Embroideries. Here's another feast for you. Our New York buyer recently shipped us 10,000 yards short length embroideries. We wish he had sent 100,000 yards. Importer, manufacturer — no body could sell such goods profitably at the prices at which we acquired them. Some ojie lost money in this transaction, and it's not us. Some one is going to save money by laying in a supply of these embroid eries ; let that person be your self. One counter is devoted to the short length embroideries varying in width from 2 to 5 inches. Much of it could be sold for 12}£c a yard. Pieces contain from 2 to 5 yards, priced at 5c a yard. One counter of short length embroideries from 3 to 10 in ches wide, priced at 10c a yard. Other big values are 15c, 25c and 35c a yard and we consider the last three grades the cheapest of the entire offering, and you will also when you see them. White Lawns, Dimities and Checked Nainsook. 168 Cases of plain white lawn were bought by our firm in one purchase a few weeks ago. Each case contained from 1200 to 1500 yards. We saved from 2c to 4c on every yard of this lot. Understand now why we can sell these 7J£c lawns at 5c, those 12 H c values for 10c and the 20c grade for 15cf No trick at all when one can buy direct from manufacturers and use big lots like this. Come share the saving which was made possible by this big purchase. Men's Wear. Shirts and Drawers. We have received another batch of those Scrivens Elastic Seam drawers which go in this sale at the remarkable price of 50c. We also close ont all Challenge Bleached-driU Drawers at 39c. Hear that! Well don't let this opportunity pass unimproved. Here are a few more specials : Men's 50c grade silk finished brown balbriggan under shirts and drawers sold at 75c a suit dur ing this sale. One of the professors at the Pasteur institute in Paris has dis covered a microbe that breeds a pestilence among rats. Specimens of it have been tested on farms and in warehouses with success. In one-half of the cases the whole colony of rats was destroyed. Children often cry, not from pain, bnt from hunger, although fed abundantly. Trouble arises from inanition ; their food is not assimilated, bui devoured, by A few doses of White's Cream Vermifuge will destroy the worms, when the children will begin to thrieve at obm. Price, 25 cents. Estotge Drug Co. ■ Men's fine white nainsook drawers and undershirts reduced from 75c to 50c a garment. Sizes almost complete. Boy's fiue balbriggan undershirts and drawers reduced from 35c to 25c each. 10 dozens men's white aud colored shirts, shield bosoms, pleated bosoms and negligees, worth from 75c to 1.25, offered at 50c for choice, to close out. Sizes liH to 17. Boys and Men's Straw Hats. This is the one Hat opportunity of the year. And prices are reduced while there are three months of straw hat season yet remaining. Here are some bargains : Boys' and men's straw hats at 5c. Boys' and men's straw hats at 10c. All men 's and boys straw hats w hich formerly sold at 35c, 40c and 50c, now offered at 25c. All the 60c and 75c kind are now 50c. All the 1.00 and 1.25 grades reduced to 75c. * Ladias' Tom Boys. All the 35c, 40c and 50c, hats re duced to 25c. All ladies hats in various shapes and colors that were formerly 75c, 85c and 90c, are now offered at 50c. The 1.00 and 1.25 grados can now be had for 75c. Ladies' Trimmed Hots. All trimmed in our GalvestonMil linery department. Only a few left on hand. Some surprises in prices and values await those who come early. SPECIAL ATTENTION is called to those exquisite hats made entirely of Mousseline de Soie; plaited and puffed and sheered to sell at 4.00 to 6.00 but we have them now priced at 1.50 each. All you have to do is add a few flowers on them and you will have a 7.50 hat. They must be seen to be appreciated, for no description can convey a correct idea of their valne. Washable Summer Bress Goods AT HALF PRICE. A recent trip to New York of our Mr. S. P. Mistrot, resulted in our possessing several novelties in wash goods at about one half their real values. Here are a few of them : Figured embroidered swisses in blue, pink, lavender and white grounds worth 85c. Oet them here and now at 20c a yard. Solid colored organdies with fignres woven in same colors; a material that retailed at 30c, now priced at 20c. Figured chiffon organdies in del icate shades. Mercerized swisses in beautiful colors. Dainty dotted mulls in solid colors—every yard 25c, now priced at 15c. All our 12)4 c and 15c grades of sheer dress goods are nowlOc a yard. The 10c grades are now 7He. The 5c grades are now 4%c. Pastors of Denver, Col., who had criticised the court for issuing injunctions restraining persons from wrecking saloons, were rep rimanded by Judge Palmer in that city. "I wish to truthfully state to you and the readers of these few lines that your Kodol Dyspépsia Cure is without question, the beat and only cure for dyspepsia that I have ever come in contact with and I have used many other preparations. John Beam, West Middlesex, Pa. No prepara tion equals Kodol Dyspepsia Cure as it contains all the natural digest ants. It will digest all kinds of food and can't help but do you good. Jaliua Koch. We have a large lot of lawns and I mulls priced at 2 '5 c a yard to close j out. SHOES OIB YOU SAY? Well we had uot forgotten them, for they constitute one of our very best offerings. See these : 100 pairs the famous Sachs Shoe Co's. Ladies shoes, some lace, others low quarter, most of them button shoes. Made to retail at 2.50 and 3.00 a pair, sizes 2 H to 7, choice of the entire lot 1.50. 75 pairs ladies low shoes common sense and opera toes worth 1.00 price 50c, just received 5 cases more of those ladies low shoes at 25c a pair. The following lots of shoes con tain only 3 to 6 pairs of a kind. Prices are reduced to close out dur ing this sale. The Star Shoe Co's. Misses hand turn chocolate and black strap sandals were considered cheap at 1.00 and 1.25 placed on one counter at 75c a pair, sizes 8 to 2. Men's Helmers Beltmann high grade shoes in tan and black. The most popular styles, made for sum mer wear. The 3.50, 4.00 and 4.50 sellers cut down to 2.50 for choice, because there remains only 3 to 5 pairs of each of the several lots. If your size is in the lot you can save from 1.00 to 1.50 on every pair. Odd Lots From Everywhere. Going to be sold ; that set tled. Sell some to you if you're in need of any thing noted here. Whoever buys these buys very, very cheap. Call for any of these that you can use. They are money savers : Lace curtains, onh r 1 or 2 pairs of a kind. Towels that have been in show window and got a little wrinkled. Napkins, fringed and in bolts which contain irom V2 to 1 dozen in the lot. Remnants of scrim and dot ted swiss for curtain. Mull hats for children and French caps in lace and lawn for babies. Talcum Powder for babies, the 10c kind, for 5c a box. All artificial flowers, silk or linen. Fine black all over embroid ered mull, worth 50c a yard at 15c a 3 r ard. Fancy colored crochet cot ton in every conceivable shade two spools for 5c. A big line of stationery to closeout. Havenoroomto keep it, large tablets two for 5c. 5 quires good note paper for 15c a pack, duck covered memorandum books 5c. Good quality waists for boys 15c; boy's imitation linen pants at 10c and 15c. The steamship Lucania experi mented with the Marconi system of wireless telegraphy on the west ward voyage just ended, sending messages successfully to stations on the Irish coast, as well as com municating with another steamer while in midocean. If the stomach, liver and bowels fail to perform their functions regularly and nat urally, the blood becomes contaminated with impunities, and the whole system is in oonsequence debilitated. Herbine is remarkable for its efficaey in cuing the ailments of summer, and the disorders pre valent during hot weather. Priee, 50 cents. Estorger Drug Co. ! The Enterprise. I OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF IBERIA PARISH j AND TOWN OF NEW IBERIA. CENTURY SUGAR MACHINE. Dear Editor—In answer to many inquiries concerning our Century Sugar Co., and the Century Sugar Machine, 1 cau only give a rosy and optimistic prediction as to our fu ture. My four years experience in an up-to-date modern house has been one of close observation and an earnest effort to find some way to cut off or curtail the expense necessary for machinery, etc. Standing one day in our Hose Hill sugar house, in Vermillion parish, that cost over a hundred aud fifty thousand dollars, I look ed out over our immense steam making plant, costing over twelve thousand dollars, and further on outside of the house lay a eoal pile, costing nine thousand dollars, one half of the steam plant using ground cane or bagasse and half using coal. I said to myself, "why can't the juice be brought to the bagasse boilers and cooked at once, thereby saving the coal pile, by using the modern mill and bagasse burners, and cutting off the immense expen sive steam cooking plant?" Now this is what I claim to have accomplished. All the juice cook ed into sugar aud molasses on half of the steam plant and in the same time required to make the steam it self to eoinmeuce cooking on cold juice, and on boilers uot very much unlike the steam boilers used. I have invented a machine that any boiler maker can construct; a blacksmith can erect, aud com mon labor can operate. I have in vented a scientific open kettle sugar house, nothing more, nothing less, making about a hundred pounds of raw sugar and ten gallons of O. K. molasses to the ton of cane, both of which are in very great demand. I claim that, while a good mill is indispensible, modern machinery! is fiuancial death to the Louis iana planter and has kept his "nose to the veritable grindstone iana planter and has kept his "nose to the veritable grindstone for years. Of course this state ment will meet with oh's and all's, yet I venture not one sugar house man in one hundred but has swal lowed in one gulp the statement that a twenty thousand dollar effect will save all of his exhaust steam without reasoning the cost of such saviug, by ascertaining the exact worth of such exhaust steam, ten per cent on the money used (aye too many times twenty per cent) and at least ten per cent for wear and tear and saturai degeneration of present methods. Acting on these different theo ries, I studied out and perfected, as near as I could, my machine, and am organizing this company to car ry ont its purposes. Not having the funds to carry same out, I am offering a part to my friends at actual cost, by organizing this com pany, the funds of which will be used as follows : First, an appli cation will be filed for letters of patent, which will cost twenty-five dollars, then a model will be made of metal on same lines of machine, so that a sweet water test can be made on same. Then when suc cess is assured by such test, a ma chine or two will be made, duly advertised aud placed on the mar ket. Respectfully, O. M. Nilson. This Signatare is on every box of the genuine Laxative Bromo-Quinine tum «* the remedy that cum a eoM la «■■«tar Lake Charles, June 25.—Pattillo Higgins of Beaumont, was in Lake Charles last night, and left this morning for Alexandria. He de clared that oue of the companies with which he is connected will begin boring a well in Calcasieu parish shortly. He says he is con fident oil will be struck in Calcasieu in paying quantities. After He Comes he has a hard enough time. Every thing that the expectant mother can do to help her child,she should do. One of the greatest blessings she can give him is health, but to do this, she must have health her self. She should use every means to improve her physical condition. She should, by all means, supply herself with Mother 's Friend. It will take her through the crisis easily and quickly. It is a liniment which gives strength and vigor to the muscles. Com mon sense will • show you 'that the stronger the muscles are, which bear the strain, the less pain there will be. A woman Ind., says: wonders for nie. your liniment" Read this from Hunel, Cal. " Mother's Friend is a blessing to all women who undergo nature's ordeal of childbirth." Get Mother's Friend at Um drag star«. SI per kettle. THE BRADfKLD REGULATOR CO.. Atlaata, Ga. Write for our free illustrated book, " Before Baby ie Born." living in Fort Wayne, "Mother's Frienadid Praise God for Bribery in Pennsylvania. New York, .Inly 1.—A special to the Tribune from llarrisburg. l'a., says : It is alleged here that over $1. 000,000 was corruptly distributed among a number of the members of the Pennsylvania legislature during the session which closed last Thursday. It was used, it is said, to influence votes in rlie selection of the speaker of the house and to secure the passage of the second-class city "ripper'' bill, the Philadelphia fifth court bill, the Philadelphia board of revision of taxes "ripper," and the railway franchise bill. This amount does uot include the comparatively small sums said to have been promised for votes against oleomargarine bill, which have not yet been paid ; the cash paid for votes of legislators against the game bill, or the money paid for the passage or defeat of a number of other bills in amount of less than +500 a vote. At least half a mill lion dollars, it is also said, was distributed among members of the senate and house during the contest over the so-called Pittsburg "ripper." Of this amount, not less than $200, 000 is alleged to have been paid to members of the senate, and half of this sum is said to have gone into the pockets of half a dozen men. The highest price promised for a single vote for speaker, it is said was $20,000. White Man Turned Yellow. Great consternation was felt by the friends of M. A. Hogarty of Lexington, Ky., when they saw he was turning yellow. Iiis skin slow ly changed color, also his eyes, aud he suffered terribly. His malady was Yellow Jaundice. He was treated by the best doctors, but without benefit. Then ho was ad vised to try Electric Bitters, the wonderful Stomach and Liver remedy, and he writes: "After taking two bottles I was wholly cured." A trial proves its match less merit for all Stomach, Liver and Kidney troubles. Only T»0c. Sold Estorge Drug Co. Students in Mexico City started a riot and aroused citizens against the city priests at an anti-clerical demonstration yesterday. Stops the Cough and Works of! tbe Cold. Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day. No Cure, No Pay. Price 25 cents. Thé Alabama Constitutional Convention adopted the report of the committee on taxation, limiting the taxes to 65 cents on $100. Herbine clears the complexion, gives buoyancy to the mind, cures headache, regulates the stomach and bowels, stimu lates the liver, and is in fact, a perfect guardian of the health. Price, 50 cents Albert Estorge Drug Co. The petrified forests of Arizona were recently examined anew un der the direction of the general land office. The silicified logs lie in the greatest abundance within an area of eight square miles in Apache county. .( Texan Wonder. HALT,' S GREAT DISCOVERY. One small bottle of Hall's Great Dis covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles, removes gravel, cures diabetes, seminal emissions, weak and lame backs, rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys, and bladder in both men and women, regulates bladder troubles in child ren. If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of $1. One small bottle is two months' treatment, and will cure any case above mentioned. Dr. E. W. Hall, sole manufacturer, P. O. Box 629, St. Louis, Mo. Send for testimonials. Sold by all druggists and Albert Estorge. read this. New Iberia, La., March 11, 1891».—E. W. Hall, St. Louis, Mo.:—I am GO years old, and have used a number of preparations for kidney and bladder troubles, but can truthfully say that nothing has proved as effective as your great discovery, which I can cheerfully recommend. Jos. A. Carlin , Kayne, La. Orange, Tex., June 25.—An instrument was filed here to-day covering the lease of fifty acres in this county from J. B. Langbam to M. Head, the lessee obligating himself to begin boring for oil in ninety days and to sink the first well 2000 feet, unless oil is found sooner. The work is to be contin ued with dispatch, and three wells are to be sunk on the fifty-acre tract. You Know What You Are Taking When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic because the formula is plainly print ed on every bottle showing that it is simply Iron and Quinine in a tasteless form. No Cure, No Pay. 50c. Ordinary hot water bathing is a national institution in Japan. In 1890 there were over 800 public baths in Tokyo, in which it was calculated 300,000 persons bathed daily, at a cost of about a half penny, with a reduction for child ren. When you want a modern, up-to-date physic, try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They are easy to take and pleasant in effect. Price, 25 cents. Samples free at James A. Lee's drug store. The Happy Home. Happiness must he founded on health. Where there is ill - health there will surely he unliappiness. The happiness of many a home has received its down fall at the table, spread with rich and dainty foods. The first symptoms of disease of the stomach are ignored as being disagreeable but not dangerous. Presently dyspepsia or some other form of disease fastens 011 the stomach. At any stage Dr. Pierce's Golden Med ical Discovery will cure diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. But the cure is quicker if the ''Discovery" is used in the earlier stages of disease. If you have any symptoms of diseased stomach use "Golden Medical Discovery" and be cured. "I feci that I would l>e doing an injustice to you if I did not send von :i statement of my case," writes Mrs. Davivf W. Guice, of Hamburg. Franklin Co., Miss. had liver complaint and indigestion. Everything that I ate disagreed with me. I suffered all the time with swim mine in my head : heart beat too fast ; my feet and nands were cold all the time. Did not sleep well at all. Was able to get about but very little I commenced to use I)r. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and 'Pleasant Pellets' in May, iS^7, and by December I could begin to get about very well. Have been doing my work ever since. Keel better than I have for several years." Dr. Pierce 's Common Sense Medical A dviser, paper covers, is sent free on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. „ A peculiar .sight seen on many farms in Allegany county, N. Y., this year is that of large apple trees lying fiat on tlio ground, yet loaded down with blossoms. These trees—aud there are hundreds of them—were uprooted by the severe ice storms last winter. To Cure a Cold in One Day. Take Laxative-Bromo Quinine Tnblets. All druggists refund tlio money if it fails to cure. E. VV. Grovo's signature is on each box. 25c. A railway and lighting company, with a capital of $12,000,000, was incorporated at Toledo, O. Those who livo on farms aro especially liable to many accidentnl cuts, burns and bruises which heal vapidly when Ballard's Snow Liniment is applied. Price, 2ft and r>0 cents. Estorge Drug Co. Five negroes are reported to have been killed by officers in a raid on a "blind tiger" near Friar's Point, Miss. The Same iHd Story. J. A. Kelly relates an experienco similar to that which has happened in almost every neighborhood in tlio United States and has been told and re-told by thousands of others. He says : "Last summer I had an attack of dysentery and purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which I used according to directions and with entirely satisfactory results. The trouble was controlled much quicker than former attacks when I used other remedies." Mr. Kelly is a well known citizen of Henderson, N. C. For sale by James A. Lee, druggist. Dozens of Kentucky towns are suffering from an ice famine caused by the breaking down of machinery in Lonisville plants. A Poor Millionaire Lately starved in London because he could not digest his food. Early use of Dr. King's Now Life Pills would have saved him. They strengthen the stomach, aid diges tion, promote assimilation, improve appetite. Price 25c. Money back if not satisfied. Sold by Estorge Drug Company. Ladies of Madison county, Ala., petitioned the Constitutional Con vention for suffrage. 4.» A church and two schoolhouses were burned by firebugs in Lincoln county, Miss. 6 ALL WOM Wine of Cardui is the guardian of n woman's health and happl* ness from youth to old age. It helps her safely into womanhood. It sustains her during the trials of pregnancy, childbirth and motherhood, making labor easy and preventing Hooding and mis carriage. It gently leads her through the dangerous period known as the change of life. WINE"CARDUJ cures leucorrhoua, falling of tho womb, and menstrual irregularity in every fonn. It is valuable in every trying period of a woman's life. It reinforces tho nervous system, acts directly on the geni tal organs and is the finest tonic for women known. Ask your druggist for a $1.00 bottle of Wine of Cardui. Bateevllle, AJaJ "July U. 1100. I am tiling Wine of Carda 1 aad Thed Dranght and X feel UHl ford'» Black different wor die« here keep the mi jgl _ different woman already. Several la dle« here keep the medicine* in their horafH all the time. I have three glrla en In their and they are using it with me. Mrs. KATE BROW DER, For ad*rice and literature, address, giving «yni (stoma, "The Ladle«' Advisory Depart ment , The Chattanooga Mwlictne Company. Chattanooga, Term.