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This woman says Lydia E. Pinkham'» Vegetable Compound saved ber life. Read ber letter. Mrs. T. 0. Willadaen, of Manning, Iowa, writes to Mrs. P inkh am: " I can truly Bay that Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound saved my life, and 1 cap not express my gratitude to you in words. For years I suffered with the worst forms of female com plaints, continually doctoring and spending lots of money for medicine without help. I wrote you for advice, followed it as directed, and took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and it has restored me to perfect health. Had it not been for you I should have been in my grave to-day. I wish every suffering woman woula try it." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, nas been the standard remedy for female ills and has positively cured thousands oi women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulcera tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, tnat bear ing-down feeling, flatulency, indiges tion,dizziness,or nervous prostration. Why don't you try it ? Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick yromen to write her for advice. She has guided thousands to kiealth. Address, Lynn, Mass. Hooper's Tetter Cure (Doa't Scratch) Is sold by druggists Uu everywhere on s positive V guarantee to cure Dsn _ M dt) cniff and a) 1 Scalp Troubles, Tetter, Ecze ma, Itch, Ringworm. Chapped, Sunburned Face and Hands, Pirn c oi t^e Sklq. Does not sarin, sreaeo or blister. Two Sizes, Sûç 1.00 boittes. Trial and Ize 10c. Mailed direct, , on receipt of prioe. H80PEB MEDICINE CO., Dallas. Tuas. iNO ESCAPE. "Daughter, how was it I caught Mr. Bashful kissing you In the parlor last evening?" "I suooefded in getting him in • corner."—Houston Post Onions, Onions, Onions. 000 bu. of SaW« Red Globe Onion per acre at 80c a bu. brings $480.00. That at r^ fr P m . 3 Saber's Morning MO biT'S&'s P^A th ? lon *: Jîff Pea sold fn the g^'sSe at $1« a bu. makes $960.00 per acre. Such yields balzer s pedigree vegetables stand for. fob 12c and this notice the John A. Salzer Seed ^ r0Me > Wis., in order to gain ^»,000 new customers during 1908, will «ail you free their great plant and seed catalog together with } P£*- "Q" ick Quick" Carrot $ .10 1 pkg. Earliest Hipe Cabbage 10 1 pkg. Earliest Emerald Cucumber.... .15 1 pkg. La Crosse Market Lettuce .IS 1 pkg- JKarly Dinner Onion 10 1 pkg. Strawberry Muikmelon!!.'!!!!I '15 1Ä 8 Ü2T feS" wäi 10 gloriously beautiful flower seed Total .. „ . $1.00 Above m sufficient seed to grow 35 bu of rarest vegetables and thousands of bril liant tiowert and alibis mailed to you postpaid fok 12c or if you aeud 16c, we will add a package of Berluier Earliest Cauliflower. John A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis. A. C. L. Astronomers and theatrical manag ers are always looking out for new stars. Itch cured In SO minutes by Woolford'g fc'anltaiy Lotion. Never falls. "At druggists. A woman detests a man who flat ters almost as much as one who does not. > Ointment is guaranteed to curs any '1,Bleeding orProtniding ( In 6 to 14 days or raonev refnnriorl sn« Piles Cared in 6 to 14 Days Pazo Ointment is ease Mies in 6 to 14 days or money"refunded. 50c! Be not oversuspicious, but keep your eye on the man who boasts of his honestv. Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Gum and Mallen is Nature'sgreat remedy—cures Coughs, Colds,Croup and Consumption,and all throat and lung troubles. At druggists 25ets., 50 ts. and $1.09 per bottle. ' Do you happen to know a father who would want his son to follow in his footsteps? BIrs. Wfnslow's Soothing Syrup for Children teet hing, softens the gums, reducesindamma tion.allays pain,cures wind colle, 25c.a bottle Most of a man's friends are his friends because of what they dou '"t know about him. POLICE JUDGF; WILLS Will Gladly Answer the Questions of Any Inquirer. It Is a generous offer that Police Judge J. H. Wills, of Cloverport, Ky., makes to sufferers' from backache, kid ney and bladder ills. Judge Wills knows the value of Doan's Kidney Pills and will answer the questions of any sufferer who writes to him. The Judge says: "I take recommending Doan's Kidney Pills to persons suffering from kidney disorders, backache, etc It is the beat remedy I have ever known and I will gladly answer any ques tions about It." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. * pleasure Some people devote most of their energy to tiie making of excuses. FIT3,St.Vitus'Dance; Nervous Diseases per manently cured by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. $2 trial bottle and treatise free. Dr. H. R. Kline, Ld., 931 Arch Bt., Phiia., Pa. A project is on foot in Geneva for the establishment of aerial excursions to view the summit of Mont Blanc. it You Suffer From Asthma or Bronchitis get immediate relief by using Brown's Bronchial Troches. Contain no harmful drugs. It is possible to draw out a man and make hiru interesting—but it's different with a s-ermon. Why not the Natural hxative, Garfield (L u 1 "^ e - Mlld and Potent. Maoe t L r n \? ts [? r «ainplea. Garfield iea Co., Brooklyn, S. Y. Pantaloons of a justice can Iiardiy be termed breaches of the peace. What Ganses Headache. From October to May. Colds are the most frequent ranse of Headache, Laxative Bromo Quinine removes cause. E. W Grove ou box. 25c. And the charitable man never has to wait long for a chance to get busy. BABY CRIED AND SCRATCHED All the Time—Was Covered with Tor« turing Eczema—Doctor Said Sores Would Last for Years—Per fect Cure by Cuticura. "My baby niece was suffering from that terrible torture, eczema. It was all over her body, but the worst was on her face and hands. She. cried and scratched all the time and could not sleep night or day from the scratching. I had her under the doc tor's care for a year and a half and he seemed to do her no good. I took her to the best doctor in the city and he said that she would have the sores until she was six years old. But if I had depended on the doctor my baby would hare lost her mind and died from the want of aid. But I used Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment and she was cured in three months. Alice L. Dowel!, 4769 Easton Ave., St. Louis, Mo, May 2 and 20, 1907." A removable top for motor boats built on the same lines as a carriage "op is a recent novelty. MÏ WIFJK'S LOMO SUFFERING WITH NEURALGIA was ended by Minard's Liniment after all else had failed, writes J. B. Phair, of Gou verneur, N. Y. To prove that it curee neu ralgia, rheumatic pains, stiff, bore muscles or joint®, we will tend a special bottle free upon request. Minard's Liniment Co., .South Framinsr'uam. Mass. WASTED TIME. Grandma—Have you wasted any time today, Margaret? Margaret—Yes, ind^rd. I played bridge all the afternoon with only one oack of cards.—Life. Deafn tan Cannot Be Cured bylocal applications as theyoannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. I here le only one way to cure deafness, and that is by consti tutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed i ontlition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. Wnen this tube is in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imper fect hearing, and when it is entirely ciosd Ueafness is the result,and unless the inflam mation can be taken out and this tubo -re stored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever. Nine eases out of ten r«, «me cases out or ten ar £ cau s«i byeatarrh, which is nothingbutan 'he surfaces, W e will give One Hundred Dollars for any casoo/Deafness(caused byeatarrh )that can not be cured by Hall'sCatarrhCure. Send for circulars free. F . J . C heney A Co.,Toledo, o. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. The Country-Made City Man. Former President Grover Cleveland Aas taken for the text of his latest essay about things outside the realm of politics "The changes that are go lng on ,n our rural populations and ÜV"??/ »' th< '<»"» outlay for equipment in baseball, ten nis, rowing, etc., was only $2 000 OOfc _.u . . ' ' **,vuv,vui* men and women toward the cities, with the dangers apparent in such a widespread tendency." But against his arraignment of the "town-made country man" there ig something to be said for the country-made city man and his wholesome exodus to the green fields and the old pastures. There are 1,122 organized clubs for golfing in the the United States and the club houses and courses repre sent an investment of 120,000,00. In 1898 there were not thirty automobiles in America, but within the first six months of the following year the com panies formed for the manufacture of automobiles had a total capital of $388,000,000. On August 1, 1903, nearly 7,000 machines were licensed in the city and State of New York alone. Twenty years ago the total whereas last year $10,000,000 worth of sporting goods were sold.—Illustrate* Snorting News NO DOUBT. 'Caesar, upon the Lupercal, thrlct refused a kingly crown. "And," remarked he to Marc Loeb, "I guess that will relieve some of these boom-nursers." — LouiSTillt Courier-Journal COFFEE DRINKING A Doctor Says It Weakens the Hear "In my opinion," says a well known German physician, "no one can truthfully say that coffee agrees with him, as it has long since been proven that caffeine, contained In coffee, is an injurious, poisonous substance which weakens and de generates the heart muscles. For t .is reason the regular use of coffee, soon or late, causes a con dition of undernourishment, which leads to various kinds of organic dis ease. "Convinced of this fact, I have often sought for some healthful bev erage to use instead of coffee At last I found the thing desired in Postum. Having had occasion to for bid people using coffee, whose hearts were affected, I have recommended Postum as a beverage, since it is fres from all injurious or exciting sub stances. I know this from results n my own family, and among pa tients. "Hundreds of persons who now use Postum in place of coffee are greatly benefited thereby." "There's a Reason." Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek Mich. Read "The Road to W ellville," in pkgs. mf PIQUANTE EGGS. Four eggs, 1 oz. of butter, 1 table spoonful of Worcester sauce, salt, and pepper. Thickly butter a fireproof dish; failing that, use a piedish. Break the eggs carefully into it, sprinkle them with salt, pepper, and the sauce. Place the dish in a pan with hot water to come half way up it, lay a piece of greased paper across the top of the dish, and put the lid on the pan, and let the water boil gent ly until the eggs are lightly set Then serve them at once in the dish in which they were cooked.—London Farm and Home. DRESDEN EGGS. Four eggs, 2 tomatoes, 3 oz. of ham 4 rounds of bread, pepper. Stamp out four rounds of bread "with a cutter in. across; fry them a golden brown in hot fat. Chop the ham very finely and season it with pepper and, if re quired, a little salt. Put a layer of ham on each croute of bread ; on this put half a tomato. Next put the croûtes on a baking tin in the ovea until the tomato is tender. Fry the eggs carefully, drain off as much fat as possible, then place an egg cm each slice of tomato. Serve them as hot as possible.—London Farm and Home. TOMATOES AU GRATIN. Two oz. cf grated cheese, 2 oz. of bread-crumbs, 1 lb. of tomatoes, tablespoonfuls of cream, a little but ter, cayenne, and chopped parsley. Well butter a pie-dish, cover it with fine bread-crumbs and cheese mixed in equal proportions. Wash, wipe, and stalk some ripe tomatoes and cut each in half, put a layer on the bread-crumbs and dheese, then more crumbs and cheese, seasoning all with white pepper and parsley. Fill the dish with these layers, pour the cream over; lastly, have bread crumbs, scatter hits of butter on the top. Bake in a steady oven for half an hour. Serve in the dish in which It was cooked.—London Farm and Home. DAINTY WAY TO SERVE CAB BAGE. Cut out the heart-stem and core of a medium-sized cabbage, and remove the outeT leaves. Plunge the head into an abundanc of boiling water for four minutes, and take it up very carefully, so as not to break it. Let it cool. Prepare a force-meat, using a pound of sausage with a quarter of a pound of lean veal ground to a pulp and seasoned to taste. Stuff the in side of the head, and tie it up care fully, so that the stuffing will not come out. Put into a pan with a small carrot, a small onion, and a cupful of stock or milk. Let It simmer in the oven or on top of the stove, well cot ered. Baste occasionally, and serve with rich brown' sauce.—London Farm and Home. HOUSEHOLD HINTS. To bleach handkerchiefs after washing let them soak over night in water in which a bit of cream of tar tar ha3 been dissolved. Grass stains may be removed by dipping them in molasses and then washing out in clear water. If the cage of the camary is cov ered with a quarter of an inch of gravel, over which a teaspoonful of h™np seed is scattered the bird's feet 1 be kept in good condition. eedles and pins will never rust In a cushion filled with coffee grounds. Pour the coffee from the grounds and rinse them in cold water. Let them dry thoroughly before using. The bent, point of a sewing ma chine needle may be sharpened on a whet-stope and need not be discard ed. Put a small bag of talcum powder in a box with a cover, and keep in the workbox to rub on the finger« when they perspire. When you have occasion to use plaster of paris, wet it with vinegar insiead of water; then it will be IiV(j putty, and can be smoothed better, as it will not "set" for half an hour while plaster wet with water hardens at once. at once. To string fine beads, cut one strand of silk thread a little longer than the rest. Wax and twist firmly. This can be threaded through fine beads without using a needle. After the use of a «mustard poultic" on any part of the body rub that part with camphorated oil to avoid the possibility of taking cold. Ink stains may be removed from silver and plated goods by using \ paste of chloride of lime and water which must be well rubbed in. Shoes that are too large sometimes slip and cause the heel to blister. To prevent this fit the heel of the shoo with a piece of velvet. The Original Lemon. If they haven't the original "lem o?Ar/Vh n Metropolitan Museum of Art, they come pretty near achiev ing that distinction. In one of the cases containing the Edward C Moore collection of Oriental art ob VenL- , 1S a 8TOUp of pieces Venetian glassware consisting 0 f shapes" VaSeS ° f Various kinds and On the lower shelf of this case there is a large-sized and perfectly shaped representation of a lemon in bright lemon-colored glass that must repre sent some artisan's idea of a joke, for it has nothing to do with the ordi nary sort of pieces those glass-blow ing shops turned out at that time As it dates from the sixteenth cen tury it certainly antedates any lem on known to the present dav. it never will be handed out to any one however.—New York Press. Paper making in Japan has been very active for the last year or so New companies have been formed and old ones enlarged. Most Jap^ anese mills use steam for motive pow er, and nearly all the machinery used is of American make. Thev^eagle can withstand a 28-<5&y fast. * 9 it, up on PERUNA EDITORIAL NO. I. of Dr. Hutnuu is bow offerâfr P *nm 1.1lu publie as »regular P^^eeu tical product It is jast as ethical a* any eeapouad pat up for Üie medi«ü profession. Ho straining of me dical e thics can find any fealt with it. THE PSHCIPAL ACTIVE ISGRXDEBHT8 ere prominently incorporated in tie label on the bottle, that tbe people may know that the claims made for Penina hare a true justification. The only departore we shall make from aiedieal ethics in the oondact of Parana inthefrture, is the feet that we shall continue to advertise and sell oar product TO THE PEOPLE. If we would agree to sell to doctors only, to advertise for doctors only, then the medical fraternity would be obliged to recognize Perona as being entirely within their approval. BUT WE 8SALL EOT DO THIS. We ■*»*" continue to oflfer Parana to the people. We shall oontinue to convey to the people our ci**«« for Peruna as a household remedy. We shall continue to supply the people with free literature, teaching them how to use our m edic ine, teaching them how to avoid disease, teaching them many things of benefit to the home. We shall continue to do this, whether the medical profession like it or not We are proposing from this time on to take the public into our confidence. Notwithstanding that some imitators and substitutors will be attempting to put up aornothiTig- which they consider just ae good as Perona, we are going to draw aside the veil of secrecy and allow any one who ohocses to know exactly OF WHAT PEBUHA IS COMPOSED. This ought to disarm all honest criticism. We expect, however, that crit icism will contin ue. On some pretext or other those who ane envious of the success of Peruna will continue to find fault But we are determined to give such people no just co mplaint PEBUHA IS A GBEAT MEDICIHE. It has become a household word in millions of homes. Our fiuth in the remedy is stronger than ever. Eveiy year we expect to establish new plants in foreign lands until the people of all the world are supplied with this valu able household remedy. WE CLAIM PEBUHA TO BE A CATABHH BEMBD7. Buy a bottle and try it If it helps you, be honest and acknowledge that it has helped you. If you want us to we will publish your statement exactly as you famish it tous. We will add no words, take away no words. If you wish us to we will publish your portrait in connection with it We will not do this without your written request without your entire consent Peruna has cured thousands of people of chronic catarrh, in many phases and locations. At least that is what the people say to us, through unsolicited testimonials. Perona will core many thousand more, in spite of fabricated slanders to the contrary. WE OUABAHTEE EVERY BOTTLE OP PEBUHA TO C0HTAIH THE IHOBEDIEHTS PRIE TED ON THE T.AITCT. We guarantee that every testimonial we use is absolutely true-in the exact language of the teetifier. We guarantee that every photograph published is the photograph of the person whose name it bears, that every word of every testimonial was author ised by the hand that signed it We are determined to beat our opponents by being fairer than they are, fry dealing squarer than they dare to. We are determined to meet falsehood rith troth, duplicity with candor, insincerity with sincerity. We know that the users of Perona will appreciate our stand. We believe !hat the dealers in Perona will appland our course. We expeot even our op yonents will be obliged to acknowledge finally that Perona is not only an > on est and usefal remedy, but one of the GREATEST HOUSEHOLD MEDI CINES ON THE CONTINENT. People Who Object to Liquid Medicines Can Now Secure Peruna Tablets. STATIONARY. "Any movement in real estate in this part of the country?" asked the tourist. "No," answered the old farmer, "not even a landslide."—Chicago News. Only One " Bromo Quinine " That Is Laxative Bromo Qainloe. Look for the signature of E. W. Grove. Used the World over to cure a Cold in One Day. 25c. A man has no right to stone his wife, but he may rock his baby. Sometimes the doctor is called iu to help those who help themselves. For Your Pains B 17 T° obtain relief from your womanly pains, try Cardui, the well-known remedy, tor female ills. Everybody knows that Cardui is a pure, harmless, vegetable extract, with special curative powers over the womanly organs. In use for over 50 years, it has benefited over a million women. Minnie Lambe, of Lebanon Jctn., Ky., writes: Wine of Cardui ^ ne me more than all the doctors' medicines. I had pains in my head, shoulders, arms, sides, back, joints, bad cramping spells in my stomach, and bearing aown pains. Now all those pains are relieved and I am much better." Try it. WRITE FOR FREE BOOK —« vvvu prepaid. Ladles' Advisory Dspt, The Chattanoogs Medicine Co, Chattanooga, Tenn. The discriminating former keeps a supply of SLOAN'S LINIMENT for thrush, fool- ro\ and qarigel- on cattle and sheep lZ D?9 distemper, hoq cholera, thumps and scours in hoqs ror diarrhoea,canker and roup in poultry - » A 7 A l LL l OE 1 ? , - ER ® ~ - PR| CE 25«. 50«. £ 4. 1.00 H °qs and Pouttry - - Address Dr Earl S.SIoon. Boston Moss CAPUDINE fS. I I DEO 11 naoTM th* ein», ioothet the narre» ted relierai th* ichM and COLDS AND fiRIPPE£'..l h*a*aehes sod Kaaralfis s I m>. K o bad «*acu. 10«. Stullk bottle«. ( L iquid > At a wedding celebrated at Bandon. County Cork, Ireland, the bride'? father and brother were the offlciat ing clergymen, while the bridegroom also VIX 8.—'08. There is Only One ~ "Bromo Quinine" That !» t Laxativo Bromo Quinine, USED THE WORLD OVER TO OURE A GOLD IN ONE DAY. Always remember the full name. Look C^(T)^CVP <or ijiis signature on every box. 25c. The man who seeks office for the public good is apt to consider him self the entire public after he lands. "PDID" MORRIS' unir REMEDY Effectively Cores and Prevents QUIP, COUGHS AND GOLDS. Postpaid. 2-5c a Vial; 9 Vials 11- Tablet Form Red Crass Pharmacy, 223-225 Boarboa St, N .O. WW All 1 LU Ally kind, any quantify, aay. K ICH MOW® BA6 CO.. 1 !©• E. Carjr 8*.,KiehaaoBd. V«. M ^ CKTim Mil TAIOIS IMi if U. M CiPKt, also sash, doorfe, blinda, window and door frames our specialties. Also wire window and door screens of all kinds and descriptions. Illustrated cataloguS gives prices and all other particulars. Send for it. «. f . uw s i et, ut, Di« eftm, u. ir afflicted with weak "Tee. aae Thompson's EyeWater Egyptian Cruelty. "E!®ht wretched little ponies were harnessed to large carts loaded to their utmost capacity with enormous Blabs of stone. These game little ani mals were struggling through deep uand with these enormous loads, while the miscreants in charge of them were flogging them in the most heartless manner. Though I am an old man (sixty years of age), I snatch ed the scourge from the nearest ruf fian and thrashed him and his seven companions till they fell on their knees and begged for mercy. I rilade them remove quite half the load from each cart, and while they were doing so I thoroughly examined the victims of their ferocity. These were in a pitiable condition." The correspon dent asks if there is not a branch of the R. S. P. C. A. in Cairo.—Letter in Egyptian Gazette. Robert S. Smith, a farmer Mving near Muncy, Pa., lost a good cow re cently by a strange accident One of her horns caught under the manger and in her frantic efforts to free her self she threw her body completely over and broke her neck. V Truer to -day than ever befo IS KINÖ and the wise planter understands is the power behind the thronej Rapid growth, early maturity and increased result from the use of a high-grade potash fer Our book on "Cotton Culture" discusses the cultivation of the staple f the purely practical point of view. It explains all about the proper Unj , the proper use of Cotton Fertilizers. We mail it free. Address OERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau Street, New York Chicago— Monadnock Ballding Atlanta, Ga.— 1224 Candler Bu NO MORE MUSTARD PLASTERS TO BUST THE SCIENTIFIC AND MODERN EXTERNAL COUNTER-IRRITANT. •1. ' P" Capsicum-Vaseline. EXTRACT OF THE CAYENNE i PEPPER PLANT TAKEN DIRECTLY IN VASELINE SantHMMilltMaHiiauBaitaBa don't wait till the .pain comes—keep a tube handy A .9. U J£ü : i SURE - SAFE AND ALWAYS READY CURB FOR PAIN-PRICE ISe. TtflSES MADE OF PURE TIN-AT ALL DRUGCJSTS AND DEALERS, OR BY MAIL ON RECEIPT OP 16c. IN POSTAGE STAMPS. A substitute for and superior to mustard or any other piaster, and will no'., blister the most delicate skin. The pain-allaying and curative qualities of the! article are wonderful. It will stop the toothache at once, and relieve Head-I ache and Sciatica. We recommend It as the best and safest external counter-l llT îi a ^. t „ nown also " an external remedy for paina in the chest and stomach and all Rheumatic, Neuralgic and Gouty complainte. A trial will prove what we claim for it, and It will be found to be Invaluable in the household and for children. Once used no family will be without it. Many people say "it is the best of aH your preparations." Accept no preparation of vaseline unless the same carnes our label, as otherwise it is not genuine. •end your ad if rasa and we will mall our Vaaellne Beek let describing our preparation« whloh will Interest you. 17 stai« st. CHESEBROUGH MFG. CO. ««wYorkci^ fiantt Distributer, No. 1 Rotary Feed Strongest, most perfect made. Far superior to anything on the market. Unsurpassed for putting out all . t kinds of guano; easily regulated to distribute thé proper amount; no waste in turning rows, OANTT MFG. CO., Macon, Ga. The Oantt patent cotton planters and guano distributers are the best imple ments for the pur pose everputonthe market. Satisfac tion guaranteed. For prices call on your merchant or write us. SHOES ALL AT PRICES FOR EVERY MEN BOVSÄSS ÏÏÎJS^^RER -m ras* Color ens than any othef t.y fleti wortd to-day. ■ >-/ tsclusioetu* Equalled At Anr Price by H m» best^shoA d2iJA?2I35S ?h nao,e 45? price on bot bottom. Take No Sul..tUute. r to any part of tbe world. IUu* GLAS, Brockton, Ma«»« ^ Truth oi Qttalit\ appeal to the Well-Info walk of life and are essential 1 success and creditable sti ingly, it is not claimed that I and Elixir of Senna iä the i known value, but one of why it h the best of personall laxatives is the fact that sweetens and relieves the int on which it acta without any after effects and without havin the quantity from time to tin It acts pleasantly and truly as a laxative, and its parts are known to and an physicians, as it is free from i able substances. To get effects always purchase the manufactured by the Califor Co., only, and for sale by all le gists.