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"S FERINO ONE YEAR aed by Lydia E. Pink lm'sVegetable Compound ilrwsukee, Wis. --"Lydia E. Pink. ! vegetable Compound has made me a well woman, and I would like to tell thewholeworld of it. I suffered fromfemale trouble and fearful painsin 4 : imy back. Ihadthe best doctors and they all decided that I tad a tumor in addition to my female trouble, and advised an opera tion. Lydia E. pCham's Vegetable Compound made swell woman and I have no more ekobe. I hope I can help others by them what Lydia E. Pinkham's ble Compound has done for ·ý [as. E u sISE4,833First St., nkaaWis. he above is only one of the thou. Sgteful letters whihb, are o gntlta being received by the tm edicine Company of Lynn, which prove beyond a doubt that E. plnkham's Vegetable Com. , made from roots and herbs, I1 does cure these obstinate dis. .of women after all other means afiled, and that Wery such suf Ir woman owes it to herself to at m gleLydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta. Compound a trial before submit. t an operation, or giving up 'of recovery. Pinkham, of Lynn, Mass., t41tes all sick women to write iS for advice. She has guided faonrds to health and her tetteiS free. Don't Persecute your Bowels PILLS k adCARTE - LITTLE IVER mm. PlPILLS. l ill, Soall Dose, Small Prie Casaainane rm Signature CURES SWINNEY. LklSmlto, of Hill, N.C. writesi tlasd Mexican Mustang Liniment on 6lu 1ible borse for swinney and it ' I always keep it in my stable and t.thebestlinimentforrubsand galls" lean Mustang Liniment is eof the best of oils and pene straight thru flesh and mas rtltbe bone. Containsnoalcohol Uaotesting or torturethe flesh. 7a bottle to-day and be ready ymaergency. I a ttl at Dsbru & Ga'l Staores. 'Wyeth.b Iadi~sstho, Flatulence, Sick ll rmn dowa" or losing flesh, oeu esW need. Thy tone up the weak buld up the flaggins energles. TS OWN BOOK eau Gamne rai,, thousands for Christmas and New I A ma in every place to take it inba his locality. Offeredl Mono h mission. Take tbe great to for prospectus now to CHARLES 3SONS, a (R S.) Fifth Avenue, PFORNIA I goods direct to; suitable Christmas gifts. i novelties. Stamp brings HAYDON CO. LOS ANGELES, CAL. iE 99 NEW WAYS, plans and schemes to make mon ey eastly, qtuickly and bon Woua ot capital. Anyone any. Wilt today for free circular' teo Iour ventlon. Free booklet. iberal T erms. Consultus. MILO I*. er-Tu'sEit C'O., Est·ab. Idd oi a3 blerborn tt., Ohicago, . A, oss oF £s' MEDICINE' S UC HS 6 COLDSI CHICAGO BOYS IS LO3 J iN A CHICKEN ICROP SLEEP MOTHER ADO TS THIS LLAN OF KEEPING CH~IL, 0 SAFELY Chicago.--h.. ,e Effert, five years old, was dragged forth, tired, cold and sleepy, by two policemen from a chick en coop filled with chickens in the rear of 4610 Warwick avenue, this city, where, it was said, he had been t locked in by his mother to sleep t while she went out to spend the even-I ing with friends. The little fellow was sound asleep, when discovered by r the officers, upon a piece of burlap and an old skirt, which the neighbors had thrown over the fence to keep him warm. "What are you doing ,1 i I~ - Find Boy in a Coop. here"" asked the policeman. "Mamma told me to sleep wif the little chick ens," replied the little chap, rubbing his eyes sleepily and shivering with the cold. He still clung to the precious skirt and the old piece of burlap was found to be still warm from contact with the little sleeper's body. He was taken to the Thirty-sixth precinct po lice station and turned over to the juvenile officer. Neighbors called up the police station and informed the sergeant that the boy was locked in the chicken coop, and officers were: sent to investigate. The boy's father, is a waiter and works nights in a downtown hotel. When arraigned the woman confessed that she had locked her son in a chicken coop in the back yard while she spent 12 hours from home. She told the court it had been her practise to lock the child in the chicken coop because she thought he would be safer there during her ab. isence. She was fined $25. ,LEOPARD WAS ONLY A WOLF Missouri Girl's Description of Scrub Animal Causes Neighborhood Army to Kill it. Kansas City, Mo.-For a few days Kansas City supposed that it was be ing terrorized by a ferocious leopard, but it turned out to be only a scrub gray wolf, a good deal more fright ened than frightful. Its identification and extinction were brought about by 20 men armed with a great assortment of weapons and about a thousand humans bearing no arms but making much noise. It was after several chickens and dogs had met untimely ends that a lit tle girl ran upon the wolf in one of Kansas City's famous ravines. It snapped at her, by way of informing her that it wished her to go away. She went home and told her mother that a terrible animal had attacked her. The neighbors were called in and from the description of the beast given by the little girl it was conclud ed that it was probably an icthyosau rus or maybe worse. It was finally identified as a leopard. A hunt was or Sganized and everybody in the Holly street neighborhood took part. They made so much fuss about it that the wolf came out of hiding to see what the trouble was. The 1,020 took after him and he ran up on the roof of Joseph Carey's house. The 20 fired a volley and the thousand shout ed, and the wolf died. It may have been the bullets and it may have been the noise that was fatal. HUNGRY BIRDS ATTACK BAKER Driver Kills a Score of Them Defend* Ing Himself and His Load of Bread. Chester, Pa.--When Thomas Wil. son, driver of a Philadelphia bakery wagon, stopped to water his horses, en route to this city, he was attacked 'by a flock of hundreds of blackbirds, which flew upon him, pecking at his ,hair and eyes and making a general onslaught on his cargo of bread. SWilson used the butt of his whip to fight off the birds, killing and crippling a score of them. A dozen or. more of the blackbirds were taken from the wagon after it reached Ches ter. Wilson thinks the birds were prompted by hunger. Marries His Niece. St. Louis.--Charles M. Vancil, Sixty eight years old, will continue to be "tJncle Charlie" to the woman who is now his wife and who was Mrs. Ida Corzine, a niece of Vancil's first wife. She has always called hiu "Uncle Charlie'" and the marriage will mike no change in the title of the husband,. This is the fourth marriage for Van cu and he has ten children living. STONE IN BLADDER REMOVED S IN REMARKABLE WAY A year and a half ago I was taken with a severe attack of kidney trouble that pained me to such an extent that mor- tl phine had to be given me. Was attended c( by a doctor who pronounced it as stone ln in the bladder and prescribed Lithia Water. I took Lithia Water and tablets for some time and received no relief from b them. I stopped taking medicines for some 1 time and having some Dr. Kilmer's tl Swamp-Root in the house, I decided to 'A try it and felt much relieved; while taking ci the second bottle commenced to pass gravel in urine until I had passed in all at least a half a dozen or more and have not suffered the slightest since and in all have taken one bottle and a half and feel C. rery grateful to Dr. Iilmer's Swamp-Root. 1) Yours very truly, II. W. SINKIS. It Camp Hill, Ala. ti Personally appeared before me this tl 16th of August, 1909, II. W. Spinks, who h subscribed the above statement and made oath that same is true in substance and in fact. h A. B. LEE, It:er to Nhotary Public. C Dr. Ellmer & Co. Blnghkmaton, . T. Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For You Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham ton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. It will y convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling all about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure and mention this paper. For sale at all drug stores. Price tiity cents and one-dollar. n Why the Boy Gave Thanks. Alan had played the entire day with little brother without an impatient word. After saying his customary prayer that night, his mother suggest ed that he add: "I thank God I was niot impatient with little brother to day." This he did with much fer yency; after which he remarked that there were some other things he would like to thank God for, and forth with he closed his eyes and said: "I thank God I offered my candy to father before taking any myself. "I thank God I offered my candy to mother before taking any myself. "I thank God I offered my candy 1j to little brother before taking any my- o self. t "And I thank God there was some I left"-Lippincott's. AWFUL BURNING ITCH CURED IN A DAY "In the middle of the night of March 30th I woke up with a burning itch in my two hands and I felt as if I could t pull them apart. In the morning the v itching had gone to my chest and dur- t ing that day it spread all over my t body. I was red and raw from the top 1 of my head to the soles of my feet and I I was in continual agony from the Itching. I could neither lie down nor I sit up. I happened to see about Cuti- c cura Remedies, and I thought I would t give them a trial. I took a good bath a with the Cuticura Soap and used the 1 Cuticura Ointment. I put it on from l my head down to my feet and then went to bed. On the first of April I I felt like a new man. The itching was almost gone. I continued with the j Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment t and during that day the itchipg com pletely left me. Frank Gridley, 325 East 43rd Street, New York City, Apr. 27, 1909." Cuticura Remedies aresold throughout the worla; Potter Irug & Chem. Corp., Sole Props, Boston, Mass. His Defense. Its was shortly after midnight, and the colonel had caught Rastus red handed. "Well, Rastus, you old rascal, you," said he, "I've caught you at last. What are you doing in my henhouse?" "Why, Marse Bill," said the old man, "I-I done heerd such a cacklin' in dis yere coop, dat I--I thought mebbe de ole hen done gone lay an aig, an' I-I wanted ter git it fo' you' breakfas' while it was fresh, suh."-IHarper's Weekly. When He Hedged on Faith. "Dar's nutin' lak faith," said Broth er Williams. "I once prayed a fat turkey off a high roost, but the sher iff took him f'um me ez I wuz gwlne home ter cook him, an' I wuz took ter jail." -"Why didn't you pray your way out of jail?" someone asked. "I would ' 'adone it," was the reply, "but I didn't want Providence ter know I was in no sich place." Free Cure for Rheumatism and Bone Pains. Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) cures the worst cases of rheumatism, bone pains, swollen muscles and joints, by purifying the blood and destroying tlhe uric acid in the blood. Thousands of eases cured by B. B. B. after all other treatments failed. Price $1.00 per l'rge bottle at drug stores, with complete direc tions. Large sample free by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga., Department B. His Luck. "I know a man who is always up against it." "Who is he?" S"The paper hanger when he has to rfix a new wall." A good honest remedy for Rheumatism, Jeuralgia and Sore Throat is Hamlins Wizard Oil. Nothing will so quickly drive out all pain and inflammation. The more the tongue flows the less the head knows. "e"o..so ugly, o rizzly. gray hairs. Us "LA OREOI R" HAIR RETORER PRIOS. 51.00, stalH. SWELLING THE HOTEL BILL Hotel Keeper's Method of Taxing Traveler Had at Least the Method of Novelty. One of the things which help swell the traveler's expenses, both in this country and abroad, is the "extra." It may or may not be charged in the bill, but it is sure to be paid for. Proba bly even the most generous traveler, however, will have some sympathy for the gentleman in the following story who was made to pay liberally for a certain annoying privilege. During his stay at the hotel the weather had been very hot. "Charles," said the landlord to the clerk who was making out the bill to be presented to the departing guest, "have you noticed that the gentleman in number seven has consulted the thermometer on the piazza at least ten times every morning during his stay here?" Charles replied that he had. "Well, said the landlord, "charge him the price of one dinner a day for the use of the thermometer."-Youth's C'ompanion. LOOK TO YOUR KIDNEYS. When Suffering From Backache, Headaches and Urinary Troubles. They are probably the true source of your misery. To keep well, you must keep your kidneys well. There is no better kidney remedy than Doan's Kidney Pills. They cure sick kid neys and cure them perma S nently. Ernest Ul bright, Kel logg, Idaho, says: I was fl ftur n nearly dead re~lsASty with kidney trouble. I pass ed quantities of blood and lost 15 pounds in weight in three weeks. My bladder was so full of gravel I could not hold the urine. I passed several stones as large as a pea. I rapidly improved under the use of Doan's Kidney Pills and was soon well and strong." Remember the name-Doan's. For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Getting a Reputation. There is a desk in the senate par ticularly convenient as a place from which to make speeches. It is next to the aisle and almost in the center of the chamber, and affords an opportu nity for the speaker to make every body hear. At least a dozen senators, accord ing to the Washington correspondent of the St. Louis Star, have borrowed this desk when they had special utter ances to deliver to the senate. This led, not long ago, to a mild protest from its legitimate occupant. "I am perfectly willing to give up my desk," said he, "but I am afraid people will think that the same man is talking all the time. I don't want to get the reputation of constantly filling the senate with words."- Youth's Companion. ATrs or Ontmo Cir or TOltoo, . TRAN J. CENrEY maktes oath that he Is seniOr artner of the firm of F. J. CHEnLY & Co.. doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State ,!oresaid, and that said firm vwill pay the sum of ONE IIHUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of CATAHn that canuuot be cured by the use of l ,uL,'; CATAWan CurE. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presette this Sth day of December. A. D., 1885. c A. W. GLEASON. ISALt NOTaRY PUBLIC. Hals Catarrh Cure is taken internslly and sets directly upon the blood and mucous surlaces of the systeum. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CIIENEY & CO., Toledo. . Sold by all Dnrursts, 75c. Take Hall's Familly Pllis for eonstlpatlon. Natural Query. 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