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No Sl«l>- N ° Appetite —Just a Con t.nual Backache. InMpli McCauley, of m sholto St.. Chicago. Sachem of Tecumseh 1 odc oay.c "T«o years aso my healtti coaplctelT broken down. My back ached and wan so lame that at times I was hardly able to dress myself, l lost ra> appetite and was unable to sleep. There seemed to be no relfer until I took Doans Kidney Pills, bnt four boxes of this remedy ef- fected a complete and permanent cure. If suffering humanity knew the value of [Xian s Kidney Pills they would use nothinp else as it Is the only positive cure I know." For -ale by all dealers Price 50 cents Foster-. Wilburn Co.. Buffalo* N. Y. Some people never lend a hand un less T~ empty. TEA. it isn't merely the taste oi tea. the taste is only the foretaste. It is sometimes i»af#>r to throw ki«a»s a girl that, it la to hand them to her. Denver Directory x $lB C. 0. D. iTou , ivr oo 'so: ' • varjro here f r t ' 7 bO Solid for Otir free .If . . turn It, !t.. ' - TJie I re«l Mnell.-r Hmlillr A n-.tr tirM Co., ms-ltt l.iirtinrr St., Ilrninr. Cailn. STUDEBAKERS ViT: World Write f r • ntalox l&th A Bltkr S:- VI us Of every known maJtr of furnace or rani;*" • \ I* i:>.««*. I'-'.: Lawrence St .Denver Hliott- Oxford Hotel Itetivar <-<f.ti t<- from I •.on l>-fx»t |'it.- •Of 11. Home. Micr M-taMieti.i i>v « »lUe*t. lar*«--t mil most )■> iicri'a .do CnuiHi'l Shorn..mo H«><tkkeei>inK. ivi-<raphy. H»nd for beutitlfu pl ' -rlnl «' i il•--* iLtlve taluluK. fr** ■ • I i - it 1.. \. Arnold. I’res . HOI Enleriirlae lililir.. I>cn\«*r, Colo. E. E. BURLINGAME & CO.. ASSAY OFFICE LABORATORY Katabliahecl in Coloi*«lo. 1866. Samples by mailot r*pre»» wilt receive prompt and careful attention GoliUSiliet Bullion Concentration Tests I “wri"'oV. l °™.!° , ‘‘ . W36-173ft Lawrence S»-. Denver. Colo.. joiin nooi-ix assay co. ‘ -ill. • i—i or l.ea<l HO 1 ) >a 1. ' - mi. thn | I SH-nple i . ti.il l receive prompt utter. Hon • ’ • retort* uml rich or.-.' ; —— ‘lne toToratfo'lent & Awning Co. ■ 1- -on • mp Furniture I-artfe-t f 'a I It 111 th. w• • t Wi It. for II ' i l Je. I > Hereford and Shorthorn Bulls • !, ‘h resist.: n«l high ant.l*-. ;»!*.. rnnu -Hie A.1.l • • The Wot.ni l.re.-lers !«..» i.illun, A. .1. Iti.t till ell. Ilenl Uitnuii.T. I nion Stock Yurtln. Denver, Cok.. gcr on our B trade mark. Tell your 1 dealer jou want ilie best a starwh your money can buy. fl Insist on having the best. I DEFIANCE. I It Is *6 ounce* for 10 cents. \ I No premiums, but one j I pound of the very best I i starch made. We put all I'J J our money in the starch. » I It needs no cooking. I It Is absolutely pure. I It gives satisfaction or vj ■ r loney back. la HIE DEFIANCE STARCH CO.AJ| Omaha, Neb. C (ml.!n‘j'pufC^apth:i. Strawberry and Vegetable Dealers Th«* I*u-.»c'r»Kcr Ik>p«rtim’nt of the Illinois Oetitral Railroad Company have recently i-mu-iI • puhliantton known as circular Ho. 12. In which m d"vrltx*i| Ulfl btsi territory in this country for the wowing of curly Htrowborrien nn«l early vnirwmijD-s. Bvery dealer In such products nhonhl address a postal turd to U»e undonuriud Jl Dubuquo, lowa, miaeatlag » o W °* J. F. MERRY, Aasl. Gen'l Paiw'r Agent. , BEGGS’BLOOD PURIFIER CURES catarrh of the stomach. Negro Progress. The Daily f'larijn of Mis sissippi. which la known as-an antt negro sheet, gives the following ac count of the progress of the race la that state “One of the most conspicuous fea tures of the negro problem In Missis sippi Just now is rh.- tendency of the members of The race to patronize burines.*- • nt« rprises conducted by members of their own color. This tendency is enjoying a phenomenal growth in all parts of th© state, and its growth is being greatly accelerated by the fact that the negroes were never so progressive as now. and more cf them are launching in busi ness concerns than ever before. "On the corner of pearl and Farlsh streets, in this city, a monster two story brick business building is be ing erected by a corporation of ne groes. The lower floor is to be occu t-Hii !»j a negro banking Institution capitalized at $20,000. the third ven ture of i s kind ever launched in the "title, and which already has sufficient assurances of depositls to make its future look like a success "The negroes in all parts of the state arc acquiring titles to small farm. l -, and in the towns they are buy ing their own homes, thus putting themselvo on an independent footing. Tiie established banking institutions at e carrying more deposits made by negroes than ever before in the state's history, and the assessment rolls show that they are entering all classes of business." The Story of Japan. The late I*afcadio licarn passed by cable the Anal proof of the last chap ter of his new hook the day before his death. It was a singularly dramatic ending of a life unusually full of dra matic incidents, that he should have finished his most ambitious analysis of the Japanese the very day before he died. His new book. "Japan: An At tempt at Interpretation.” will he pub lished at once by The Macmillan Com This interpretation of the Jap anese. their history, and their place- in the modern world, has peculiar timeli ness. Gold vs. Grain. All the gold In America —the great est hoard of the yellow metal ever gathered in any country—could not buy one year's harvest of our corn and wheat. To buy one season's wheat crop would take all the gold mined In this country in six years. In the past seven years all the gold mines have only produced enough to buy one year's yield of our six leading cereals. —Success. Cure to Stay Cured. Wapello. lowa. Oct. 10 (Special) One of the most remarkable cures ever recorded In Louisa County is that of Mrs. Minnie Hart of this place. Mrs. Hart was In bed for eight months and when she was able to sit up she was all drawn up on one side and could not walk across the room. Dodd's Kidney Fills cured her. Speak ing of her cure Mrs. Hart says: Yes. Dodd's Kidney Pills cured mo after I was in bed for eight months and I know the cure was complete for that was three years ago and I have not been down since. la four weeks from the time 1 started taking them I was able to make my garden. Nobody can know how thankful I nrn to he cured or how much I feel I owe to Dodd's Kidney Pills.” This case again points out how much the general health depends on the Kidneys. Cure the Kidneys with Dodd's Kidney Pills and nine-tenths of the suffering the human family is heir to, will disappear. Wigg—"You can say what you please about Harduppe. he has a strong face." Wagg "It ought to be strouu. He has been traveling on bis cheek for a good ninny years." LARGEST IRRIGATION ENTER PRISE IN AMERICA. The Twin Falls Land aad Water Company, located on the Snake river, twenty-four miles south of Shoshone station, tho largest irrigation enter prise in America, involving an expen diture of over two million dollars and reclaiming two hundred and seventy flvo thousand acres of tho richest valley lands in the state of Idaho. Is now practically completed and will bo delivering water on the lands within the next sixty to ninety days. The main canal, sixty-nine miles long, is eighty feet wide at the bottom, one hundred and twenty-four feet at the top and carries ten feet of water. The project is being constructed under the Carey act, and comes under t’-.e Im mediate supervision of the Idaho Slat Land Board. Last fall the 1-nnd Board authorized the opening of 31>.- 000 acres of this land to public entry, and notwithstanding the fact that no water would be delivered this year, all of this land has been absorbed. The State Land Board now authorizes the opening of an additional 100.000 acres at noon, October 20th, at Twin Falls City, and a great rush is expec'- ed. Mr. Masqueray. chief of dcsigrs of buildings and grounds at the World's Fair. St. Loul . has designed a hotel and town-ite known as Twin Falls City, in the heart of these lands, and a $50,000 hotel is now under con struction. besides numerous business blocks and residences. Over SBO,OOO worth of town lots have been sold within the past sixty days. The Ore gon Short Line, at an early date, will begin the construction of a ..ranch llin- front Minidoka through the heart of these lands to the new town of Twin Falls City. When a young man places a girl's picture ill his wateh case he expect* her to marry him in time. TF.A If weary, tea is rest; good tea.. If wakeful, sleep. If dull, animation. If silent, talk. If a girl is beautiful she soon learns that she doesn’t need to ha\ e sense. You neve.- hoar any cne complain about "Defiance Starch." There is non** , to equal It in quality and quantity, IS ounces. 10 cents. Try it now und save your money. The mere worthless n foreign noble I man la the more It seems to cost the : u illlonaire to buy him for his dau/h -<r TICKLE GRASS BY BYRON WILLIAMS The Answer. When I was young I had n ye||«,w •I • . his name wai "Yip!" And Tip would light the leKgetU pun in town: Would s!t up slrnlght. i• II on r and lie down! His hirsute root was long and stiff and straight. And he would chase his tall at dizzy rate! When I was young I had a >cllow dog. Ids name v. as "Yip!" .*y ugly village "bull" with vicious snap • '"‘'id "ft.ize" m> yellow "Yip -d--g in a scrap— His hair w.<- long, and all the Tig could <ln Wus grab a bunch and chew and chew und chew! When I was young I had a \ellow dog; his name was Yip* V:*ui tin*- day In- ut« soin*- "doctored ' grub ' hat put quid us on bis wagging stub! ( They planted him whet, owls th.-lr \!g j And -*Jt I *wxnderrd then- atone, to weep' When I w., voting r had .1 yellow dog Ins name was Yip" lln fought his halt;., with d. termm. .1 zest . Il- did With might and ma.i. Ids lev-: ■ . tip W hen in .. lig.u w .-’! t:gi r t.. w . ... - Yip " Firtfltng Jimmie. Who was a wan lift:.- woman wit: tin- embers »»f dying hope in the Haiti "» her cheeku. the hectic flame tha told a story of the black camel kneel mg at her gate! Her clothing was I rabbit'd and thin, like the fram<- iint supported It. and hot shoes a* r sloppy and run over at the side and Lvl. To add to the sadness of aspect at her angular breast, lay a fretting 1 ?il sharing her deplurahle squalor of .»o\: rtv and want! One of tnose strange and pitiable] i Its of stiffen. «r humanity that are tossed tip to tin public gaze by an unkind late she raid'd tremblingly 1 nt the door of tho poor c tuervisor and asked for help to WimN&A. to hi ip . r back • where Jimmie is. pleas.-, sir 1 tVc only such a little way and 1 am too tr. .' to walk! 'Jimmie? Jimmie, he's my boy ’ \Ve left hint when we went out West w> make our fortune in the mines at Dark Hills; left him with sont neighbors who were good to him. He was not well and we feared he could not make the trip. Yes. we had Imd luck in the Hills Father." swallowing. and wiping away a tear, "father died. Minnie diet! and. and.” with a sob in her voice "the expenses seetn to take all there was left! There wasn’t anything for me to do there and 1 started back to Jimmie! Oh, sir, if you only ean help ns to Winc.hell, I’m sure the Lord will send His choicest blessings to you for your kindness!” Captain Brooks of the Winchell '•olice department, dozing over his desk, was awakened by the sharp tele phone bell. " 'Elio!” “Police department--yes. "What's that? Patrol to the cem etery? Here, come off! You quit your monkeyshines with, the police department or you’ll git—What’s that? It's Hanson? Patrol to the cemetery gate? Yes! Meet the wagon there? All right!" Clang went the electric button! On the* floor came the clatter of horses’ !••• t. the quick "Git ap!" the rumble of wheels, and the captain leaned back in his chair and pondered! In his lor-g service he had had many calls, but this was the first for a patrol wagon to dash at full speed to the city of the dead! “Grave robbers. I s’pose." he mut t-red; "the dirty thieves!” There upon the new made grave of little Jim they found a wailing babe and beside it. fare downward, a brok en-hearted. shattered piece of earthly clay. The body was motionless in that strange fascination we call death, hut the spirit winged its way on high . to welcome Jim! The new idea Is marriage for ten years only! This is one way of pre serving the mandate “Thou shall l.ave but one wife—at a time!" In other words, a man anti woman are lo uproot nil the roots of affection and deface all the memories of the bentniful sentiment. "We are growing old together!" Bah! It’s not worth writing about even were there no children to consider. Why. It takes most husbands nud wives ten years to really get used to each other. What's the use. just when under standing and enlightenment have come, to throw away the chances of a comfortable and companionable marital fellowship? Fie on't! Marriage is a lottery, hut if wo did rot play, who would tickle the hot toms of our feet? This idea of the domestic hearth about which the family gathers after dinner to crack Jokes and nuts. Is all right in story books, but the average man prefers a den whore he may hibernate. Sometimes he wants his wife and his children in his den and sometimes he does not. The den be ing strictly his. he feels free* to Insist on isolation when the spirit moves him. Hero lie can read or write in peace, without listening to comment on news ami events already familiar or of non-interest. What we need in every home, brethren, is a "den." even though it does make us a bit more selfish. It is conducive to hap piness and to intellectuality. Lot us have both and more of ’em. If ull days were bright days, the | creeks would run dry and otir tires | come off. Nobody wants to go wab bling about with his tire off. Moral- Love the little sun showers. There Is some consolation on the honeymon trip in knowing there Is a J return trip ticket office in every J divorce court. WHAT ROME THINKS THE POPE'S PHYSICIAN EN DORSES AN AMERICAN REMEDY. Dr. Lapponi Uses Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills In His Practice Because Re sults Meet His Expectations. Dr. Lapponi. the famous physician to the Yaticaa, whose name has r*> ’ cently come so greatly to the front on account of his unremitting atten tion to His Holiness, the late Pope Leo XU!., and the high esteem and confidence with which he is regarded by the present Pope, His Holiness, Piux X., is a man of commanding genius. He is more than a mere man of science; he is a man of original and independent mind. Untrammeled by the ' etiquette" of the medical pro fession. and having used Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People in his prac tice with good results, he freely avows the Tacts and endorses the value of this remedy with an authority which no one will venture to question. Dr. Lapponi's Letter. "I certify that I have used Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills In four cases of the simple anemia of develop ment. After a few weeks of treat ment, the result came fully up to my expectations. For that reason 1 shall not fail in the future to extend the use of this laudable preparation not only in the treat ment of other forms of the cate gory of anemia or chlorosis, but also in cases of neurasthenia and the like." (Signed) GIUSEPPE LAPPONI. Via dei Gracchi 332, Rome. The “simple anemia of develop ment” referred to by Dr. lapponi is, of course, that tired, languid condition of young girls, whose development to womanhood is tardy and whose health at that period is so often im periled. His opinion of the value of I)r. Williams' Pink Pills for Palo Peo ple at that time Is of the highest sci , entifle authority and it confirms the many published cas-s in which anemia and other diseases of the blood, as well as nervous diseases, such as ner vous prostration, neuralgia, St. Vitus' dance, paralysis and locomotor ataxia have been cured by these pills. They are commended to tho public for their efficiency in making new blood and strengthening weak nerves. After such an endorsement they will be ac cepted by the medical and scientific world at tneir full value. A farm and Its mortgage are seldom parted. TEA What is good tea? Tea that tastes good and fceU good afterward. Y«ur groc«r rciena ) mjiny if jou do*, ! Eka i but Every housekeeper should know that If they will buy Defiance Cold Water Starch for laundry use they will save not only time, because It never sticks to the iron, but because ea<;h package contains 16 oz. —one full pound—while all other Cold Water Starches are put up In 94-pound pack ages. and the price Is the same, 10 cents. Then again because Defiance Starch Is free from all Injurious chem icals. If your grocer tries to sell you a 12-oz. package It Is because he has a stock on hand which he wishes to dispose of before he puts In Defiance. Ho knows that Defiance Starch has printed on every package in large let ters and figures "16 ozs.” Demand Defiance and save much tima and money and the annoyance of the iron sticking. Defiance never sticks. There i*» a gn at difference between the Golden Rule and the rule of gold. A GREAT INSTITUTION. It in unusual t! .it a single institution in a city of B,QUO p*-o! ;•• will overshadow In irn jHjrtance every other interest, but such is the case witu tho American School of Osteopathy, and A. T. St.ll Infirmary at Kirksvillo, Mo. A stranger in Kirksville is immediately impressed with the idea that tho town is sustained by tins institution, in fact, Kirksvillo has boon made what it is to-day by Dr. Still and his famous School and Infirmary. It is the largest patronized un endowed institution of its Kind in the United Stat**s. Dr. Still's school enrolls over *OO students yearly and each student is required to at tend four terms of five inonthyeach before completing the e<< irseof study Thoro are over 3,000 graduates and they aro prac ticing in every state and territory of the Union. About two-thirds of tho states have passed ial laws legalizing the scion ce. This school tea« lies every branch taught in medical coll* .*es except "drags" und osteopathy \> substituted for that. So thorough is the teaching in anatomy that over one hundred human bodies are dis sected yearly by tho students. At tho Infirmary, patients from every part of tho country uiul with almost every form of disease aro constantly under treat ment. For the j»ast fifteen years almost every train coming to Kirksvilh* has brought some new sufferer hoping to find re- Hof by tln> science of Osteopathy. By the thousands who hare left tho institution benefited by tho treatment, the science has boon heralded p> tho world as a safe ami rational method of cure Several years ago u free clinic was ..stablLshed in connection with tho practice deportment of the school and this is still in operation. Hundreds of tho worthy poor, who are unable to pay for treatment, aro treated every aftertmou by tho senior students free of charge. Many a worthless man is worth something to bis widow who kept up his life insurance. TEA Go by the book Go by the book Go bv the book Go by the book Writ* f*r our KnottUdf* book. A A Csrnpan) . 1 um But few temperance men are slaves to the cold-water habit. Ki n i: xt\i\. , The host roof stain on the market sample color hoards to select from Ask your dealer or write us The Humphrey-Jones M»*r. Co. 1f,21 Arnpn no* St.. Denver. Colo. Whan tha wadding presants begin t*» r-ome in. u girl does not see how mar riage can possibly he a failure Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Sjrrtip. For i-Miitren teething, •often* the g.iro*. rodurei ft* fltuninsuon, ell*/* i>*tn, cure* win*! cel!*.. Z9c * bull:*. In hanking < Index the way of the transgressor I- Onnudu. Insist on Getting It. Some grocers say they don't keep Defiance Starch. This Is because they have a stock on hand of other brands containing only 12 oz In a package, which th**y won't be able to sell first. 1 because Defiance contains 16 oz. for the same money. Do you want 16 oz. Instead of 12 ox. for same money? Then buy Defianoe Starch. Requires no cooking. He (suggestively)—“Seme of the doctors say that kissing must go." She (coldly)—“Well, it doesn't go here." Stats or Onto. Citt or Toledo, * I.c« a» Cocsrv. f Fr axe J. Cicur make* o*th that he I* *enlo» •amirr of ibe nnn of L .1 • iieset A Co . doing builnro* In the * 11y 1 <.:*!>•, • ■umy *ud Slat* aforesaid. *nd ihkt »*'J firm will p«y ib«* »am of ONE HI NDKKU I»H.l.Alt> for e*i'h *nd errrj . e*»e of Catareh that rum be cared by ibe u»« of ' Ball'* Caiakbu Lire. FKANK .1 CHEKET Sirom to before mr and -ul*»»*rii»ed In my pres ence. tbl* 6th (Uy of December. A. !». !■>•*. .— ( A. W. GLEASON*. 1 ) ( KOTAST PCBLIC. | 11*11'* Catarth Cure !• taken Internally and art* directly <>n the h:<»>d and mucoua aurfacea of ibe syateu. bend for testimonial*, free. F. J. CHENEY A CO . Toledo. O Sold br all PrtiEEl*;*. ~’>c. Take llail'* Family I‘tlis for conttlpatloo. It’s prudent to have two vices, so that if you swear off one, you can do the other twice as hard. TEA The bulk of people prefer j to be humbugged yet; we suppose they will always. $ our gro-rr r«tuiua your ».m/ U you don’t ffVo SLbdbng's L**l “Now then." said the teacher of j chemistry, "what are the principal in- | gredients of sea water?” “Fish," re- ; plied the bright boy.’” Murine Eye Remedy cures sore eyes, makes weak eyes strong. All druggists, 50c. If a man doesn't acquire the refor- j iaation germ when he is sick there Isn't much hope for him. Important to Mothers. Examine carefully evrry bottle of CAS TORI A, s aafe and sure remedy for infants and children, and ace that it la Use For Over :iO Year*. The Kind You U*vc Always Bought. "I suppose you discovered that your watch was goiiu after you chased the burglar away?" “No. but I found It going." CITt permanently cured. No At*or nerronan*** after • I I w hr-t day'a Uee of I>r. Kllne-’i Great Nrr*# Keiilun or. Ken.l for KiIKK 93.00 trial l>ottlr *ud traatiaO. Da- U. U. Kli.se, lad . m Arch hvre«t, l‘UUadel;>lUa, Fa Fond Father Heaven bless you. sir. for rescuing my daughter from a wa rei v gru\‘-: Think <*f in- risk you ran’ i ••I No k .* a : i. sir. I'm j Mere Flexible and Lasting, won't shuke out or blow out; by using Defiance Starch you obtain better re sults than possible with any oth«w brand and onu-thtrd more for same money. Pay oj> you go. Especially if you In tend to come back. j rjo not believe Plso'h Cure for consumption has an equal for coughs and colds.—Jobs F. lSorr.u. Trinity Springs, In«L, Feb. 15, IWW. What Is home without a mortgage? She— Tt must be awful to owe money and not bo able to pay It. He—Yes, al most as bud as lending It und not be ing able to get It hack. ••I>TRpep*l» Tormented Me for Your*. Dr. D»' Id Kennedy'* l*»orltr lirmrdy cur»l im. ' Mr*. C. k- Loujjlu-rtj . MlllvlUc.N.J. I Kilmri JB/aini. 61-90. A Knifsas editor solemnly relates how a bolt lightning narrowly missed h prosperous farmer In the rural auto mobile belt and shocked all pt the wheat he had just cut. FREE HOOK I*olt mi:\ who are in need of medical aid. Address It. S. Emmet, 20s Nassuu block. Denver. Inculcate business Instincts In your children from the cradle by singing them such lullabies as "Buy Low. Baby.’’ TEA How many fine thoughts ! lie along that word of three letters: t-e-a! The greater a man's means the greater grows his waist. KI.ITK Ml I Mil.l-! NT \ IN. The best roof stain on the market. Sample color boards to select from. Ask your dealer or write us. The Humphrey-Jones Her. Co.. 1621 Arapa hoe at.. Denver, Colo. Flossie's mamma Imd promised to take her riding, but circumstances coni pellet! her to change her plans. "Oh. dear.” said Flossie. "I do wish you wasn't so freckle-minded!" Take «-are of the i>ennies. and nny of your friends will tuke cure of the dol lars. Defiance Starch Is guaranteed biggest and best or money refunded. 16 ounces, 10 cents. Try It now. To get in the swlin tmgtn by water- HORTH-SOUTH’EAST’WEJT] fig YOU Wlbh rm» A BRXIP Jmk WATLRPROCr / * OlktP GbOTHINC. /SLi&aA IVtRYWHtK. V?."—The belt rmlv>d\ Suited wortjvtn and J|dy aeven yean eApencnx hese node 'lip TOWER’S ibdmCoaticnd ttati ■ ■ famous the twrld oner Thiy art node in ~77, black or jrllowfor d! kinds cf wet work. TOWERS wrf r*'ycvrtri bevroihe JIGNOP THEFriH.inWfrttoj.vcxi ! Aftflf iifacticn. All relate dealers sell fiiest ill MUM A.J.TOWU CO..bO3T(*.MAii.BlV J Mil WlltP TCMICABAHAM aLbcitaATOdTamil MEXICAN Mustang Liniment cut cm Sprain** and Strain**. W. N. U.—DENVER.—NO. 42.—1904. When Answering Advertisements Kindly Mention This Paper. PUTNAM FADELESS DYES formerlysmuWllllCiljnimsmU u n „,c o.._* ....... ca USISSIN6U BINDER sISS ‘feWStSKt Tour lohlisr or direct from. Factory, Peoria. Ifi. NstlonlT'tlanw; ’MI J ■ M rs. Anderson, a prominent society woman of Jacksonville, Fla., daughter of Recorder of Deeds, West, who witnessed her signature to the following letter, praises Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound. M Dear Mrs. Pinkham : There are but few wives and mothers who have not at times endured agonies and such pain as only- women know. I wish such women knew the value of Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound. It is a remarkable medicine, different in action from any I ever knew and thoroughly reliable. “ I have seen cases where women doctored for years without perma nent benefit, who were cured in less than three months after taking your Vegetable Compound, while others who were chronic and incurable came out cured, happy, and in perfect health after a thorough treatment with this medicine. 1 have never used it myself without gaining great benefit. A few doses restores my strength and appetite, and tones up the entire system. Your medicine has been tried and found truß,liem» I fully endorse it.” Mrs. R. A. Anderson, 225 Washington SL, Jack sonville, Fla. Mrs. Reed, 2425 E. Cumberland St., Philadelphia, Pa., says: “Dear Mrs. Pinkiiah: I feel it my duty to write and tell you the good I have received from Lydia 12. Pink ham's Vegetable Com pound. A J Mf “I have been a great sufferer with female trouble, trying different doctors and medicines W with no benefit. Two years ago I went under J an operation, and it left me in a very weak / condition. I had stomach trouble, backache, - A headache, palpitation of the heart, und was very nervous; in fact, I ached air over. I find W t l i % A~\\ yours is the only medicine that reaches T IM \\ IV sucll troubles, and would cheerfully rec fjf if | f V/l If y, ommend Lydia 12. Pinkham’s Vegetable ij ! /V 1v ' Compound to all suffering women.” When women are troubled with irregular or painful menstruation, weak ness. leucorrhoea, displacement or ulceration of the womb, that bearing-down feeling, inflammation of the ovaries, backache, flatulence, general debility, indigestion, and nervous prostration, they should remember there is one trted aud true remedy. Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound at once removes such troubles. The expori«*nce and testimony of some of t.lic most noted women of America go to prove, beyond a question, that Lydia E. Pinkbam's A egetuble Compound will correct ull such trouble at once by reinoving the cause and restoring the organs to a healthy and normal condition. If in doubt, write Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass, as thousands do. No other medicine in the world has received such widespread and unqualified endorsement. No other medicine has such a iecord of cures of female troubles. 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