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Helpless With Kidney Trouble Bui Cured by Doan's Kidney Mil. M. C. Walker, 833 Grand Ate., Con nersvtlle, Ind., gays: "For ten year ) uttered (rum kidney complaint and was on (be verge of iirlght's disease. I was often ao belplesi I could not more and neighbors two blocki away beard in scream with pain. ) had no control ovei the kidney secretioni and tbe pain In mj back was almoat ur bearable. After ser eral physicians bad failed to help mo I began taking Doan's Kidney Pllli and was soon relieved. I have had n return of kidney trouble In five yean.' Remember the name Doan's. For sale by all dealers. GO cent ox. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. T WANTED 'EM BACK. The Barber Some hair restorer, sir? Man In Chair Yes, If It'll restors the hairs you've Just rubbed off. BABY WASTED TO SKELETON "My little son, when about a year and a half old, began to have sores come out on his face. I had a physi cian treat him, but the sores grew worse. Then they began to come out on his arms, then on other parts of his body, and then one came on bis chest, worse than the others. Then 1 called another physician. Still he grew worse. At the end of about a year and a half of suffering he grew so bad that I had to tie his hands In cloths at night to keep him from scratching the sores and tearing the flesh. lie got to be a mere skeleton, and was hardly able to walk. "My aunt advised me to try Cutl cura Soap and Cutlcura Ointment. I sent to a drug store and got a cake of Cutlcura Soap and a box of the Olnt ment and followed directions. At the end of two months the sores were all well. He. has never had any sores 5f any kind since. I can sincerely say that only for Cutlcura my child would have died. I used only one caLe ot Cutlcura Soap and about three boxes of Ointment "I am a nurse and my profession brings me Into many different fam ilies and it is always a pleasure for me to tell my story and recommend Cutlcura Remedies. Mrs. Egbert Shel ion, Litchfield, Conn., Oct. 23, 1909." Little Myra Explains. Little Myra Lee had been in school but a few days when her mother had occasion to write a note to the teach er, and signed herself Mrs. Kent Thinking she might have misunder stood the child's name, the teacher asked an explanation. "Oh," said Myra, with a charmlng 'y confidential air, "you see, my mam ma got married again but I didnt." Llpplncott's. Lippinott's. A Touch of Family Life. When the country youth proposed H the city girl, he received the co rentional assurance that she would be Bis Bister. It happened that this youth aad sisters at home and knew exactly als privileges. So he kissed her. At Oils Juncture she availed herself of the sisterly right to call out to father that brother was teasing her. Father responded in good, muscular earnest Then the new brother-and-slster rela tion was dissolved by mutual consent Judge. What's In a Name? "See here, waiter," said Mr. Grouch, growling deeply over his plate, "I or dered turtle soup. There is not even a morsel of turtle flavor In this." "Of course not. sir" returned the waiter. "What do yon txpect? Shake speare said there was nothing In a name. If you ordered college pudding would you expect a college in It? In Manchester pudding would you look for a ship canal or a cotton exchange? And tea; sir?" Tit-Bits. MORE THAN EVER Increased Capacity for Mental Labor Since Leaving Off Coffee. Many former coffee drinkers who aave mental work to perform, day after day, have found a better capaci ty and greater endurance by using Postum instead of ordinary coffee. An Illinois woman writes: "I had drank coffee for about twen ty years, and finally had what the floctor called 'coffee heart 1 was nervous and extremely despondent; had little mental or physical strength left, had kidney trouble and constipa tion. , "The first noticeable benefit derived from the change from coffee to Postum was the natural action of the kidney nd bowels. In two weeks my heart action was greatly Improved and my Ofirvea steady. Then I became less despondent, and the desire to be active again showed proof of renewed physical and mental strength. "I am steadily gaining In physical strength and brain power. I formerly did mental work and had to give It up on account of coffee, but since using Postum I am doing hard mental labor with less fatigue than ever before." Read the little book, "The Road to Wellvllle, in pkgs. "There's a Reason." Evfr read the above letter? A leu on appears front time to time. Thoy are aenulae, truo, ad full vt kotasit 'tnul. r4 i3 STREETS f i i Yi 5 (' k. r it A VAN A, CUBA. Thl city la ouly 11 Tl n that awept the entire laland. For days the street of Havana were under water ana it was almost impossi ble for tin iiPnnln m a-t about In the business Dart of the city. The "deep-sea-aolng cab" of slang became a reality, and these vehicles did a rushing business. Many rft also were conveyed across the flooded thoroughfares. FEASTS THAT KILL Horace Fletcher, Arch-Apostle of Hypermastication, Talks. Details Dire Effects of Christmas Dinners and Thanksgiving Tur keysFinds That Poor Are Good Eaters. Chicago. ChrlHtmaa and Thanksgiv ing turkey, cranberry sauce and the loug list of victuals that go with these staple articles have been responsible for more loss of life, energy and abili ty to the people than all the great battles of history. Thus does Horace Fletcher, arch apostle of hypermastication meaning, In plain English, the world's foremost advocate of the theory of thoroughly chewing food denounce overeating, especially the extent to which the practise In indulged In on national holidays. Not only that, but the Sunday din ner is more directly blameable for "Blue Monday" than is the proverbial I CURE MADE BY SUGGESTION Girl In Cataleptic 8tate Now Talks and Scientists Will Work on "Mus cle Memory." Paris. The local papers publish ,tbe story of a servant named Josephine who has fallen into a cataleptic slum ber and cannot be awakened. She is ! at present in the hospital at Alencon, ! where she has been since January 22 i of this year. Josephine, who is tblrty- two years of age, for the last 13 years has been subject to nervous fits, which occurred every few months. She was prostrated completely after these at tacks and was Incapable of working for several days. Her spirits were affect ed and she became convinced that she would never work again. As her char acter became more somber her nervous ness Increased. On June 11 last, after a day In which she exhibited unusual mental agita tion, she fell into a sleep from which she has not yet recovered. The anaes thesia Is generalized. Hearing, sight and taste are suspended. Only the sense of smell remains In a certain measure. The eyelids frequently trem ble convulsively, while at intervals the patient gives utterance to inarticulate groans. Dr. Paul Fares, professor at the school of psychology. Is Interested ex tremely in this remarkable case and Is using his best efforts to convert the pathological sleep . Into an hypnotic sleep In which state the patient would be more accessible to suggestions of a therapeutic efficacy. His labors In this direction have been crowned with suc cess. When she fell into the catalepsy Jo sephine was completely speechless. Now she articulates In a loud voice tbe effect of suggestion. Responding to the same Influences she sits up with out assistance in bed. Under the guidance of the doctor her faculties re turn little by little. But her muscles have lost their most elementary no tions of movement. Her medical at tendant now Is working upon the "muscle memory." He believes that presently the dreamer will be called back by a scientific miracle from the Umbo where her mind wanders, and that she will be restored to active life. TAKES MUCH There Miss Helen Friok Entertains Groups of Working Girls for Two Weeks' Rest. Pittsburg. All summer long groups of girls, everyday girls, have been en tertained by Miss Helen Frick in her summer vacation -home on the famous north shore. Near the end of a su burban street car line running through Beverly, Mass., stands the comforta ble farmhouse where this only daugh ter of Henry Clay Frick has gathered the working girls of many New Eng land cities for a two weeks' vacation. They have come from the cotton mill towns, from cities where the shoe fac tories are the chief industries and from the great carpet factories, all of them working girls of various nation alities. Daily Miss Frick has gone over to the farmhouse from Eagle Rock, the Frick mansion at Prides Crossing, a couple of miles away, often making two and three visits a day, ao deep an interest does she take in OF HAVANA LIKE A i I i i . i -: beginning to recover frora tbe disastrous effects or too recent violent storms "night before,'' in the rplnlon of the man who made chewing an art. Clad la pale bine, s'riped pajamas, with his feet bare. Mr. "Fletcher faced a small gale blowing into the open window of his room at tbe Congress hotel the other day with enviable Im punity. True, It was not snowing, but the sun had barely left Mlr:hliran Citv on Its way to Emporia. Kan., and the atmosphere was more or less frigid. The teeth of the Interviewer chat tered. Mr. Fletcher, who la as radical an advocate of "fresh air" as he Is of scientific mastication, was immune from the breeze. He wan pink, and smiling. Although sixty-one. years old and 6now-halred, he Is an athlete in superb condition. He attributes this to his system of living and of chewing food. He weighs 170 pounds and has eaten fewer breakfasts In the last twenty years than any hobo in Clark street As a result of publicity given to his "right-living" propaganda, Mr. Fletch er says the words "Fletcherlsm," "Fletcherlze," and "Fletcherlte" have MEN UNFIT TO WED So Declares Memphis Beauty Who Divorced Philadelphia.!. Mrs. Keith Donaldson Compares Northern Man With Those from South, Especially Texans Foreigners Inferior. New York. Mrs. Keith Donaldson, at the ripe age of twenty-four years, will never, no, never, marry again. She says so herself. The Ideal man does not exist, sU' declares, and until he is produced she will devote her self to the care of her child, the ac commodating courts of Reno having relieved her of her husband, a former Philadelphian. Two years of married life have taught her the wisdom of the ages, and no man need apply, unless yes, there's a string to the declaration. There is a chance for a Texan. "For," says the lovely divorcee, "my fortune came from the great and glorious state of Texas, and lf the same state can produce a man handsome, strong, chivalrous and steady, I may be pre vailed upon to change my mind." Mrs. Donaldson was Miss Eveiyn Willis Hunter of Memphis, Tenn. A great beauty, she was much sought after in every city, but the dashing Philadelphian carried off the "million dollar bride," and the wedding took place In New York, April 25, 1906. The couple went to live at the St Regis. Differences arose between the young pair, and a separation followed. Then came the divorce, and Mrs. Don aldson went abroad. She has Just re turned, with her views of men un changed, and, lf anything, ftiore firmly rooted in her mind. It was rumored that she was en gaged to Robert Dula, but this she de nied emphatically. "Why," she de clared, "be is otly nineteen. Just a nice boy, and th brother of my friend, Mrs. Townsend Horner. I shall never marry ay;ain. "I returned from abroad the other PRIDE JN FARM this two weeks' outing for yimsg girls of the New England cities. The vacation house stand several hundred feet back from the lreet, a stone wall, over which vines vn riot, separating the lawns from 1h& high way and the trolley tracks. Painted white and shaded by fine old trees, it Is an attractive place. A large open hall from which the stairway winds to the second story, Is the principal feature of tbe first floor. There In the early summer and as autumn comes on a fire burns in tbe large fireplace in the evening, for tbe east wind makes the evenings and night cool along the north shore. .The hall is furnished with plain mission furniture, and after the supper Is over and before going to their rooms the girls tell stories or sing. The dining room, which opens from the hall, Is a long apartment furnished In light colors, and the tig family of sixteen girls surrounds the one long table at whose head la Mrs. Fannie RIVERS , - constructed on which passengers were been recognized by lexicographers and will be "real words" In the diction aries. "It means to digest thoroughly," said the sexagenarian. "A manuscript on morals may be 'Fletcherlzed.' " Mr. Fletcher was loath to believe that the "superman" of aKes to come would be able to scorn food and de rive bis nourishment from plain air. "I would hate to think of that com Ing to pass," he said. Then he con tensed he enjoyed what he did eat p"sti11- 11 niiSht be done lf a nlatl woul(1 get on me winawara siue oi a soup kitchen, and take deep, regular breaths," he added The secret of correct living and right living Is possession by a greater percentage of poor persons than by "malefactors of great wealth," Mr. Fletcher said. He seemed anxious to correct an Impression that he was a votary of the midnight rarebit de bauch. "Rarebits are all right lf a person wants them and lf properly cooked and masticated," be said, "but I take them perhaps two or three times year." Mr. Fletcher Is firm In his belief that "economic eating" will revolution lzo society. I day, where I met several men, but none approached my ideal of what husband should be. "When abroad I studied the con tlnental gentleman and found him away back in the field when It comes to racing with souiherners and es pecially Texans. He does equal north ern men, though, I must admit, but the noiliern men, either easterners or westerners, are not fitted to bo hus bands. I think every northern father should ?end his son south for a fin ishlng education In gallantry. He will learn much that will make him fitted to compete with the hundreds of for eigners who come here to New York and break Into the families of the rich." CAN'T COPYRIGHT CITY NAME Wllkesbarre Is Denied Right to Ex clusive Use Government Makes Adverse Ruling. Wilkesjjarre, Pa. This city's ef forts to have its name copyrighted has failed, owing to the decision of the register of copyrights in Washing ton that the city bas no legal right to the sole and exclusive possession of Its name The register of copyrights says la his decision: "We beg to say we cannot possibly think of any way In which you could secure for the city of Wllkesbarre the exclusive right to its name by any pro ceedings under the copyright law. There does not seem to be any prin ciple of law which insures to a city the exclusive right to its name. The post office department has authority to name a post office whatever it sees fit" Mall Clerks Know Nicknames. London. Addressed from London to "Whlpshlre, Devon," a letter has been delivered without delay at Tiver ton, where one hundred years ago rogues and vagabonds were whipped round the town at the tail of a cart hence the name Whlpshlre, almost unknown to the present generation. Seifer, a well-known worker at both the Central Young Women's Christian association in Chatham street and the Lawrencevllle branch in Butler street in this city. The girls' rooms are very pretty and each girl has a room to herself. A dainty paper covers the wall, each room being different On the floor is a pretty light blocked linoleum. There is a white enamel bedstead with dresser and chair, also white, and sim ple white curtains hang at the win dows. On the side of the house farthest from the street is a large, roomy piazza with settees, swings and ham mocks, where the visitors spend the greater part of their ' vacation Big Animal Ambulance. New York. The largest automobile ambulance ever built for the trans portation of animals has been put in commission by the Now York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Ani mals. It la a gift by Mrs. Russell Saga and has three decks and a ca pacity for carrying 200 dogs and oats. WANTED SATAN SENT NORTH 3ood Example of Scottish Humor In Remark Made by Railroad Porter. Scottish humor Is dry rather than Oolsterous, and I always think there Is exquisite drollery In the story of the Stonehaven railway porter and the Salvation Army "captalu." To catch the bang of little yarn readers must remember that Stonehaven lies to the south of Aberdeen. The London train bad drawn up at Stonehaven on ac count of a slight mishap mile or two ahead, and Andra, the old porter, had iot Into conversation with a Salvation Army officer who had popped bis bead out of tbe compartment to ask the reason for the delay. "Aye aye," musd Andra, after giv ing the desired Information, "yo'Il be for Alberdeen, I'm thlnkln'T" "Yea, my man," was the reply; "I'm bound for Aberdeen a very wicked place, I'm told!" "What mtcht ye be join' to dae there, sir. If It's as bad as a' that?" asked Andra, rather amused at the visitor's words. "Ah," was the pious answer, "I'm going to drive the dovll out of Aber deen." Like lightning came from the old porter the pawky retort: "See an' drive him north, chell; baud htm well to the north!" Ex change. TRY MURINE EYE REMEDY for Red, Weak, Weary, Watery Eyes and Granulated Eyelids. Murine Doesn't Smart Soothes Eye Pain. Druggists 8ell Murine Eye Remedy, Liquid, 25c, 60c, $1.00. Murine Eye Salve In Aseptic Tubes. 25c, $1.00. Eye Books and Eye Advice Free by Mall. Murine Eye Remedy Co, Chicago. One of the Producers. "You should endeavor to do some thing for the comfort of your fellow men," said the philanthropist, "with Out thought of reward." "I do. I buy umbrellas Irstead of borrowing them." NOT WORRYING. Guest Scientists claim Atllion years this earth mass of Ice. Proprietor Summer Hotel Oh! well !U be out of the summer-hotel busi less by that time, I hope. PUTS STOMACHS IN ORDER. No Indigestion, Gas, Sourness or Dys pepsia Five Minutes After Taking a Llttlo Dlapepsln. There should not be a cass of indices Son, dyspepsia or gastritis here if raad irs who are subject to Stomach trou ble knew the tremendous auti-ferment ind digestive virtue contained in Dia pepsln. This harmless preparation will digest a heavy meat wlthouj the slightest fuss or discomfort, and relieve the sourest, acid stomach in Bvo minutes, besides overcoming all !oul, nauseous odors from the breath, If your stomach is sour and full of fas, or your food doesn't digest, and four meal don't seem to fit, why not let a EO-cent case of Pape's piapepsin from any druggist here lu town, ang uake life worth living. Absolute re lief from Stomach misery and perfect llgestlon of anything you ea,t la sure to follow five minutes after, and be-. lides, one fifty-cent case Is sufficient k cure a whole family of suoh trouble. Surely, a harmless, inexpensive reparation like Pape's Dlapepsln, which will always either at daytime r during night, relieve your sick. tour, gassy, upset stomach and digest four meals, Is about as handy and val uable a thing as you could bare in th house. Supreme Test. 'I thought you said this bathing uit was in fast colors," said Blnks. ndignantly, to the bathing master of whom he had bought his dcUar suit ;hat morning. "Yes, that's what I said," returned the bathing master. Well, every blessed strips on the looming thing has come oil on my tack," 'retorted Binks. "Ah, but wait until you try to get em off your back," smiled the bath- tog master, suavely. "Then, you'll ee." Harper's Weekly. JR. MARTEL'S FEMALE PILLS. Seventeen Years the Standard. Prescribed and recommended for jfomen's Ailments. A scientifically pre pared remedy of proven worth. The esult from their use is. quick and per nanent For sale at all Drug Stores. . In the Grand Stand. Stella Do you understand base tell? Bella Perfectly; but why does that man run so hard with nobody after BlmT His Specialty. "I hear that author friend of yours Is making a fine living by his pen." "Yea. He's stopped writing and gone to raising pigs." Mrs. Austins Buckwheat Flour gives you really good wholesome breakfast. It Is perhaps better to build air castles than to have no ambition at all. PUTNAM Oalst more oss brlshtsr and fatter colors than to om an Mrmstu wlUtovi HneJawMdWriis that In a will be a FOR FULLEST MEDICAL EXAMINATION Professor Munyon bas engaged ataff of specialieU tliat are renowned leaders in their line. There is no question, about their ability, they are tho finest phy Hans that colleges and hospitals have turned out and receive the highest salaries. lie offers their service to yon absolutely free of cost. JTo mattet what your disease, or how many doetors you have tried, write to Profes sor Munyon's physieiuns and they will give your case careful and prompt attention and advioe you what to do. You are under no obligations lo them. It will not cost you a penny, only tho pontage stamp you put on your letter. All consultations ore held strictly confidential. Addrews Munyon's Doctors, Munyon's laboratories, 53d & Jefferson Streets, Philadelphia, Pa. W. L. DOUGLAS" 3 '3.50 & 4 SHOES '."SoZii I A Boys' Shocb, S2.00, S2.BO S3.00. W. L.Douotmm $!t.OO, 0B.W mnd 04.OO Ami mrm maaltlrmlv Ihm m iMrr r mmmt mmam mnd utmf m: 10mm tor Ihm Ihm mamt mconomlcml Undrd for orer 30 vri, that I nuke anil S4.IKJ lnw than an? blhnr manufacturer In tlia ., f . L , .'H , I. A k.Tl,'ir MV Ullt )VJ and fit batter, anil we ir longer than any otliar yti r-aa bur? VualitJ couiiu. It hai mad Tou will lia pleanod whan yon bay my ihnaa baranae of tha fit and ajipoaraiwe, and when It cornea lima tut you t purr-uane another iair, voo will be mora than plaaaed be auee the hurl CAUTION ! rfaronVJTAKE NO SUBSTITUTE SPOHN MEDICAL CO THOUGHT ONLY OF THE GAME Filial Affection Lost Sight of by th Small but Enthusiasts Lover of Football. Among the spectators at a match between the Dlackburn Rovers and the Olympic was a Utile lad about nine years of age. Though tho boy's knowledge of the game may have been limited, his notion ot correct play was extremely robust. "Go it, 'Lympic," he yelled. "Rush 'om off their pins. Clatter 'em. Jump on their chests. Bowl 'em over. Good for yer. Mow 'em down. Scatter 'em, 'Lympic." When his parent neatly "grassed" one of the opposing forwards, the youngster expressed approval by bawling, "Good fer yer, owd 'en," add ing proudly to the apectors, "Feyther 'ad 'lm sweet" "Yes," said a heaver, "but he'll get killed before the game's finished." "I don't care a carrot lf he does," said the boy. London Tlt-BiU. CHANGED H16 MIND. Oliver Mrs. Ferndale We haven't any eggs, but 1 can get som lf you want them very bad! ' Summerbord Never ctlnd, I don't care for that kind. Back to the Willi. There was a time when all dogs were wild and when what we call wolves were different from other dogs only as a collie now is different from a Newfoundland, ior instance. From time to time you will hear of dogs that have returned 1.0 the life of their ancestors and have run wild with the wolves of the prairie or of the woods. In the town of Sandy In Oregon a greyhound one night made the ac quaintance of a coyote, which is a kind of wolf, and ever since he has lived away from the town, running V ith the coyotes and approaching hu man dwelling-places only t steal a hen or two when he has been more tMn usually hungry. The man who deceives himself la an ev mark for others. Mm. Wtaalowa ootbln(r Sjrop. Faireblldren teething softens tbe gums, redueeslll- BiNua.eureewuiaGoua. awfetatULe. A. girl is worth all it costs to raise her and it always costs IU Mr. Austins Buckwheat Flour gives you a really good wholesome breakfaat. Many a fellow does all his betting with his mouth. scrofulous conditions, doers, "fever-sores," whit swellings, etc., by taking Dr. Pieroe's Discovery. Just the refreshing and vitalising' toaio ncedasl far excessive tissue waste, ia oonTalesoeaee from fevers er for r-Jmuu, asMstnie, thin-blooded peopl. Stick to this safa end sane remedy aad rahsse ail " just as good " kinds offered by the dealer who is looking for a larger profit. Noth ing will do you half as much good as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dtsoovwy. FADELESS -BYES' am other Sue. 0t 0e aackass colon sit H tiara, The te In ten water fceHar than any elfisr , ! to Ira ewt-tisi tCi. ! aits m ft $S3MHOg mm , Qmin. ISHemviml BcbTih thc World. 1 1 y.a mesf mmm- H that my BboM mora t'l.OO, .i M and , . U.H.,anil liiat lHiLI.AH gt . - t i.ir . ,.r l..k .T . J.),H..'ii or 4nuh.Hiii r my ahoea lUk. WiA-Li.lia C-...elh 7i1 lea, J.: J at UK COLT DISTEMPER W, VYi irtrfc tw aowwi. msl H utliw f i "Jtiwwsj'J." kept fruu Us, 1 tig th dUV Miieta.ttfv no mtfr b lj UBlntf hi-unsTi l.!t-)LU piHir nriiii Ltr- uit om "f U'l lonsxtia, of In ft At tn oa th blood ud tiprt sjmniasv ui m. Ann... A latamtr Tla l rnawtw mm luvew n for n&raM In foaL f Ou botU g-uanwiUtsd to eur out oat. Oc n'tl a boIUi VaUM, At tiOdnwto of drmnrinn and tmrnsfia (Js.)r. orwrntexpnsW In4 f l ms.nufvtirrm. VnX how bw to poultl thrw- Our fr .iwt Ldim rsaMdf la naUaUwaos 'tasln rears. OIi.b m4 Banifi-ifhtii Ooihen, Ind. U MADE HIS APOLOGY AMPLB Irish Legislator Even Withdrew ths Words That He Was About to Utter. There Is in congress a western rep rescntatlve of Celtic origin who has more than once "stirred up the ani mals" by bis propensity to bait ths opposition. On one occasion he rose to de nounce the statements made in a speech that had been delivered by a member of the other party. His Im petuosity led him to phrase his r marks rather strongly. "Order, order!" exclaimed th speaker, pounding with his gavl. Again, In a mlnuta or two, did that son of Erin return to hla charge- ot wilful misstatement. Again wu he called to "order." It was a critical moment. His col leagues, for motives of policy, did not wish him to be put out of the debate, so they hinted so by tugging vigor ously at his coat tails. Now, it's a very dangerous matter to trifle with the talis of an Irishman's coat, save in the cause of friendship. Nevertheless, the Indignant yet good natured member recognized the com mand of his party and sat down after delivering this Parthian dart: "I obey the ruling of the house, and I beg to retract what I was about to observe!" That one touch of Irish oratory took tho whole house by storm. Llppln cott's. Taking His Meals Out. "And do you take your meals out?" asks the village probe, who is garner ing information from the former resi dent who is home from the city for a few days. "Not until after I have eaten them," wearily responds the unwilling vio tlm. Judge. The Limit. "John, I want to buy some gloves will you give me a check?" "Sure how much can you do with?" "How much have you got to the; bank?" "My father has been a sufferer from sick headache for the last twenty-five rears and never found any relief until be begaa taking- your Cascarets. Since he has begun taking Cascarets he has never had the headache. They have entirely cured him. Cascarets do what yon recommend them to do. I will give you the privilege of using his name." E. M. Dickson, mo Resiner St., W. Indianapolis, Ind. Pleasant, Palatable, Potent. Taste Good. Do Good. KevarSlckeflJWeakui nrfiHne. 10c, 25c. 50c. Never sold In bulk. Tba gen uine tablet stamped CCC. Guaranteed to cun or your mousy I ir Daca. 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Tba arteries are filled with food rich blood. That is why nervous debility, Irritability, fainting' spells, disappear and era etwr oome by this alterative extract of medicinal roots put ue by Dr. Pierce without tbe use of alcohol, Ask vour neighbor. ManT have bean eared of