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A Garden Number.
Tbo March number of The Century 1a to be a Garden Number with an ac count of "Workingmen's Gardens In Prance" by William H. Toltnan, word and pen pictures "Of Persian Gardens" by Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue, de scription and photographs by Misa Zatdu Ben-Yunuf of the exquisite ar rangement of flowers common in Ja pan, and memories from recent so journ among them of charming gar dens at Charleston by Frances Dun can. The verse und fiction of the num ber will help to carry out the gurden spirit. Preparing for Air Battles. If a foreign power wore to launch an aeriul fleet against Great Britain to-morrow. Great Britain would be able to meet it In tnld-alr. For many months past the government has been making experiments with u view to a possible aerial war, and arrangements are ulready In progress for the forma tion of a home and attacking fleet of airships. Nearly 50U men are being trained for service In Britain's future aerial fleet. This aeriul force will con sist of balloons, kites and ucroplanoa. Total Abstinence Mine. j. B. Martin of Tacoma owns a mine In Alaska, tho profits of which he has sworn to devote to the cause of total abstinence, even though theso profits should reach $500,000 a year. A Kalamazoo editor begins the dny'n work with prayer. There are other editors who begin und end with swear. Denver Directory KAMULH J. N. WILSON STOCK SADDLES Ask >our «l*»l*r for ih»m Tik« no other. AMERICAN HOUSE I'nion I»-pot Th- Mi l: i»«r day (total m Ilia Waal Araarkan plan BROWNPALACE HOTELS Itermi—n i*tan. 91M and fpaard. QTHVP ItKPAIII* of -*-rr (»«•» mah* wlwf >imr turn,-* nr t ana* Om. A. I'ulion. ISSN Uwr»ar». I»ram. I*tiaaa it*. THE COLORADO SADDLERY CO. rat-lory I*o |-W Marital Hi. I»na«nr. Hunn* in rrrrj HjW. te.Llte.nl rmj .WrtpUon. )<nr ilmkr h-T*tlMilan-In iteW-M." E. E. BURLINGAME A CO.. ASSAY OFFICE ** D LABORATORY KaUblUhed ia Color sdo.lWA. Sample* hr aiador tipiru will irrrltf plum t>« and cat el ul allrai ton BMASOmßilliot tacMtntm Tnli If ja-!73a Laarrac* St.. Denver. Cal— ■ THE DENVER Tba only dry rtimtla inn,, lab* aunul«l .ml. At m'~-l b! hatrU «tl P«f (*Bl .4 l»tlil» * rtto tut rtf otter KbiktU *!>•>! item and tha M ki..|n« n* ntlth, ran !• rlwk«l in min*- Till: lIKM KN IM I ltATOlt «'«».. SI IS Intlfarnte Mnwl. PL,ANT WESTERN CECne FOP BEST OEtUO RESULTS. A«k pan >V>il.r far tteoL Write f-*r •ur tw* Iovril.ini <aUl>«<w lt»* The Bartcldes Seed Co. Jfcj NOCK 0 1 6ARSIDE MKT Maaafar—rare M Electric. INmllc. [j Rial lit Sitmlk m, ELEVATORS PhMi —4 IBM WUM SI, DCXVKN. OOLO. PIANOS AND ORGANS (Und yntir nmr with >r >i*' • f- IUIBIUS D* OP n„-r *->r lot-. - • -• '>■> i*r»n» Writ* f-r •«**• r f dt?r»r. n* It i m*nia Tin: KNUIMT I tm iIKI.I. Mlntc I a I t allfnrnU Pram, Cain. Home Made Goods W» mssfsrfsN la Itesm Mowers. Stackers. Harrows. Sweep Rakes. Farm Trucks. All kinds of Wooden Tanks. Wr art Jtthhara at Plow ln« and Thrwahlag Kaa'acm Ma aarr Harrndrn, I'lows, (irala llrtlla. Ilnnr.irra, Ttirrshna. Hay ITooooo. Ncrapara. wlaoaa nad Nswtaa W aiaas. I’lraw qarstlaaa abaal aay * The Planner Implement Co.. *l*lB la ISIH IMh SI.. liTßtrr. Cntorn do JOIN THE NAVY which *nllat* for Poor y*ar* y»un« mrn of ■nod character an.l aound pnyalral e*-n -dlllon B*tw..n th- a«*« nf I. and I* «« ipprmller a»atn*n. oppnrtunltlaa for a«l -vanrrmrni'. pay B1« in B*J» a month Miar trtrlana. ma< hfnlat*. Idarknmltha. mppar •mltha. <cl*rh*i . arprntete. ahlp nttar* nr»m*n. murl»lan«. ronka. «te *n 11.1*0 In *p»*lal ratlnar with ■ultaM* pay. hospital appr-ntteo- Is to j» »*ar* !*•- tlrrtnrnt nn thrra.fnurtha »«» and llM anr-, after *n v-ar- .mi,. mini ha American rltlsrn*, MS w-trlh of r’othlna fra*, to r-rrtllte I |*nn 01* hart* traval all-wan. *■ I e-nta p#r mil* ,°tLTr of *nli*!m*nt. Ilnnaa four month* pay and ft 6 p*r niunlli Inrrwaa* In par upon ro-enUatm-ni within four m-nlh« «.f diachar**: H|»f month tnrrrww, «m aamnd rnllatm-nt. n p-r m-nth in rrw* **rh mrrardln* rnlWmrnt, wh-tbor **r tirA la rontlnnmi* nr not. r. *. NAVT HRfTtrITIKO ST.\TI«VSj tCjjj IOWARD E. BURTONr-fr^., ■HP*" prlic«. Oold. •*l»at. laad. Bt . mi<V riTv*r. The. *old. Sor. tin.- *r r»pp«r. HL t’vanM- •.—»• MaMin, *n»*lnp** and till prlcr llat tent «>n application « "Steal ISO umplr* work •nllHtad l«idtlllr, Cute. Uf*rrn<t. Carbonate National Bank. NEWS OF THE WEEK Uest Important Happenings ci tha Past Seven Days. Intcr—tlaac llensa Gathered from All parts ol (he World luadrnsed Into Small Space for tho Oeseflt of Oor IteoUera. ParsaaaL Alfred Walter, president of tbo fhulxmrd Air Line system at rail rouds. Is dead ut bis borne iu New York. General Antonio Paredes, who has boon preparing a revolution against Castro, has landetl hi Venezuela und is gathering un army. Charles W. Old lie ve. equipped with wooden shoes, walked on the water form Cincinnati to New Orleans In -10 days winning the world's championship mid a bet of $5,000. A great crowd of personal and l»o --lltlcnl friends gathered In to say farewell to Ambassador Bryce and Mrs. Bryce on their departure for I tho Unltod Stiio-s. Lieut. Frank Idihm will defend the James Gordon llenueti aeronautical cup ut the st. Loots balloon races next October. Ex- Gov. Frank W. Higgins, of New York. Is dead at bis home In Olean. lie occupied the executive chair from Itl'H to 190 G. A divorce lias been grante«l In the case of Jessie Lincoln Beckwith. | daughter of Robert T Lincoln, and grand daughter of President Lincoln Official Information his been re ceived at Washington that as a re sult of an operation President Castro, ol Venezuela. Is iu a fairway to re cover. Harold S. Van Buren. of New York, tho American Consul at Nice. France, Is dead. Jumo* F llnrrison. a grand son of William lleury Harrison. Is dead at Mound City. Kan. He was a votrean of the Mexican and Civil wars. Allexls Allndln. lender of the peas ant party In Itussla tins arrived in New York. Ills Inttmtion is to tour the United Htnics In the cause of ficedom for ltus*luns. K. 8. Ellsworth, a promoter and philanthropist of li»wn Fall*. la.. la dead at his home In that city. A. M. Campbell, .me of the found era of Satina. Kan., and a pioneer of the state, rnently fell down a cellar way In that city and was killed. The president has a**ttrr«| the Cali fornians In Washington that an ex tra session of congress will be called If tin* pending immigration bill is uol passed at the present session. The house after an Inter ratine de bate has passed the naval appropria tion bill which .arrlrs In round num bers S!MJ."on.iMHi. An el fort to strike out the provision for an additional iNittleshlP of the lire* Inntiglil class was defeated by a vote of ltd to IH. S.-uator Knox, of Pennsylvania, made a strong speech in the senate recently In opposition to the r.*so lotion unseating Heed Smoot of Utah. Toniperanre advocates l.bho strong, recently made a demonstration at the national capital in aup|>ort .if n bill to rid the District of Columbia of the liquor traffic. A Joint resolution has been Intro duced In congress to emimwer the president to exclude from th- malls publications which contain the revolt ing details of the Thaw- trial and other cases of a similar nature. Opposition has developed In the sennte to (he immigration Idll as amended by the committee. The senate has passed a bill to provide for on Investigation of the wa ter resources of the Unit'll States. The president has sent to the sen ate the new treaty with Santo Do mingo relative to Uie revenues of that country. Tho senate and house conferees have reported nn amendment to the Immigration bill whereby foreigners who use their passports to secure ad mission to the United Htntes to the detriment of labor conditions will In excluded. The Idea Is to Imr Jn|»a nesc coolies who come to this coun try from Hawaii and the Philippines. President Roosevelt has sent to congress n message calling attention to tho urgent need of legislation af fecting the different phases Of the public land situation In the United States. Mlmvllbsmsh. By the explosion of gas In a restau rant at I.OS Angeles. Cat. four per sons were killed outright and 20 olliers were seriously injured. The two-story building In which the explo sion occiirnil Is a total wreck. The sennte Jins passed the bill granting the government the right of appeal to the United States supreme court In criminal cases. The Western Union Telegraph com patty has granted a ten per cent In crease to Its ojierntors throughout tha country. Lieut. Burbank has been released from tbo federal penitentiary at Leav enworth, Kan., after serving a 1C months' sentence f*.»r e*nt*es.*.|efnenL An Icicle falling 170 feet In n mine shaft nt Cartcrvllle. Mo., Instantly killed Jack of Kansas City. William Walker, cashle.r of the New Britain, Conn.. Savings bank, has disappeared leaving n shortage amounting to more than sl.V>,oo(l. The price of all grades of crude oil has been advanced one cent making the highest price 40 cents and the lowest 27. The Japanese ambassador at SL I Petersburg bus notified the Russian! foreign office that the mikado has or dered tho lmuu-diute evacuation of Manchuria by the Jupunt'se. The Attorney General of Minnesota has coiumeuced muTidnmus proceedings to compel the lou railroads iloiug bus iness In ibut stuto to uecept the freight rates ordered by the state railroad uud warehouse cuminlsslou. Representative Tyndall of Missouri lias Introduced u bill seeking to sup f press lobbying iu the imiionul con ' gross. The postofflce of Erie, Kan., has been lobbed for the forth time. Three of the four men concerned have been captured. A fire at Hunnewcll, Kan., destroyed 14 business buildings destroying the the business |iart of the town. ! The break through which tho Col orado river was flooding the lni|>er!al valley has been closed uud the water returned to Its original channel. | The Inter-state Commerce Commis sion held u session at Omaha. Neb., to | "insider grain dealers' eoniplulnui I against the I'nion Pacific railroad. I Earthquake shocks conthaue ut inter vals at Kingston. Jamaica, but not at sufficient severity to cause damage. I James Peltxer. n IG-yenr old boy I who claims Kansas City as ids tu-me, | bus been arrested In st. Joseph ,« barged with robbing tho mails, lie was caught while trying to cash u ! check In one of the local batiks. I Dr. Evans, superintendent of the ' New Jersey hospital lor the Insane, I declared on the witness stand that I after the first three visits to Harry j Thaw in the Tombs In* was satisfied Grit lie was of unsound mind ; The stcniuei l«nrcliniont and schoon er Harry Knowlrton met In collision near Block Island. R. 1.. recently and i Loth rank hi u few minutes. Of tho 100 iM-rsons on board * lie l.irchiiioul only 19 were saved. The entire crow of the schooner succeeded In reaching .the shore I a Ib.od caused by an Ice gorge at j Columbus. Neb. result!d in Uw death j of four |ter*ons and the drowning of all the live stock 111 the Union Pa cific yards at that place. Eight contracting firnia have l»een indicted by Go- federal grand Jury at Cleveland. 0.. for violation of the eight hour law on government work. AugU’t G has been decided upon by thu Oklahoma constitutional conven tion as the dato for holding the elec tion to ratify the constitution ol the new state. ■ Nicaragua and Honduras have notl- J fled President Roosevelt of their willingness to submit the questions In dispute between them to arbitra tion. The Cincinnati Enquirer, laiiil ,v|||.- Herald. Times ami Evening Post have indicted at l*cUanoii. Ky.. for printing and circulating the "offen sive and Indecent" proceedings of the Thaw trial. A New Nutl'innl Canners* associa tion Including the Western Cnnncrs* association, the Atlantic Cnnners* as sociation and the California Parkers' om> or lotion, was recently formed at Buffalo. N. Y. i Mrs. Anna M. Bradley, who Shot and killed former Senator llrown. of Utah. In his apartments In Washing ton has been Indicted lor murder In the first degree. I Direct charges of cowardice have jlnen filed against fonie of the of ficers of the steamer which sank off Block Island. It I, recently. Twenty-four pjosengrin were In jured In n reemt wtc~k on the Rock , Island railroad iu Oklahoma City, Ok. | Ity n vote 21 to 13 the Knnwi senate recently adopted n resolution excluding the correspondent of the Kansas City Star from the chamber. The senators were angry because the nuwspnper criticised tbclr action on railroad legislation. All the boilermaker* In the Min* soiirl Pacific shops at Rcdnlln. Mo., hive gone out In sympathy with the striking lilneki niiUis. The cruiser Chlrago has l>een sent to Salvador to look after American Interests during the existing friction between Nicaragua and Honduras. Two more railroad bridges have Isen carried out hr the flood In the Platte river In Nebraska. The Third National bank of Balti more has discontinued Its all night feature In conformity with a resolu tion of the clearing house limiting the bunking hours. I The shah of Pendn has sent n mes- I sage to parliament granting all the I popular demands including that the 1 country Is under constitutional govern menu The action was taken to stop , an uprising. < Tho Japanese government boa ! made an appropriation of ssoo,ooo to cover the expense of representatives . of the army and navy who will par itlrliati a the exposition at Jnmee I 'own. Vi. Fifty-six women suffragists have been sent to prison In London for ' creating n disturbance at n mcetltic 1 of parliament. The United States assay office In El Paso. Texns. has been abolished by the treasury department. The damage to shipping in Buffalo harbor alone Is $1,600,000. Five erea» lake steamers aground tell that part of the story. Thirteen others maim ing brave attempts to ride out <h% storm tuny odd to it. Nine blocks of residences', a hotel and a church wore rurtillj destroyed by fre nt Pine Bluff, Ark The Muskogee. I. T.. Ffceonlx l;ns been purchased by a syndicate cf republicans headed by Tunis Hlxby. DON'T DESPAIR. Read the Experience of a Mlnneeota Woman and Take Heart. If your hack uches, and you feel dick, languid, weuk and iniHcruldu day after day don’t worry. Doun's Kid ney Pills have cured thousands of women In the same condition. Mrs. A. Holman of Stillwater. Minn., •ays: "But for Doan's Kidney Pills I would not bo living now. They cured me In Ik'.Mt and I've been well since. I used to have such pain In my back Glut once 1 fainted. Tbo kidney accretions were much disor dered. and I was so fur gone that I was thought to be at death's door. Since Doan's Kidney Pills cured mo I feel as If I had been pulled back from the tomb." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents u box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. SOME NEW FRENCH KNIGHTS. Quaen of Holland Has Agreed to Rec ognize Vatican Titles. Among the lucrative sources of rev enue of the |M>pc before the separa tion of ehiirch und state In France wus the toll or tax on titles of nobility and decorations. Since the ruptura the French government no longer rec ognizes the ennobling titles and dec orations of the holy father. To have the right to wear the Vutlcan ribbon, or to be railed count. It was necessary to obtain a confirmation of title. Tills gave much perplexity to the candl dates. The question has Just been settled. Queen Wilheltnlna has consented to validate such titles and distinctions. The result has been an amusing pil grimage to The liarue—and also In an increase in the price of these pon tifical favors. In the last few weeks the French Knights of. the Golden Bpur. of III" Holy Sepulcher, of Christ, of Gregory tho Great, of Plus IX. have greatly In creased. HOME-MADE CATARRH CURE. Sufferers Should Make This Up and Try It Anyway. Any one can mix right at home the |»est remedy «»f Its kind known. The name "Cyclone" Is given to the fol lowing prescription, it Is supposed, be cause of Its promptness In driving from the blood and system every ves tige of catarrhal poison, relieving this foul and dread disease, no matter where located. To prepare the mix ture : Get from any good phartnnry nno half ounce Fluid Extract Dandc lion, tme ounce roniimund Kargon and three ounces Compound Syrup Sarsa parilla. Shake well and use In ten spoonful doses after earh meal and at bedtime. This Is a harmless. Inexpensive mix ture. which has a peculiar action u|Min the eliminative tissues of the Kidneys, assisting them to filter and strain from tho blood and system all ca tarrhal poison*, which. If not eradi cated. are absorbed by the mucous membrane, and an open sore or ca tar ill Is the result. Prepare some and try If. as It Is tho prescription of an eminent catarrh specialist of national reputation. Firs Record for Last Vsar. The fact that when a aervant bo cnmeii master a cruel foe Is suddenly developed Is attested by the dreadful havoc and loss of life occasioned by Are In the United State* within the 12 mjntb* covered by a summing up of these losses for 190 C. This record Shows that nearly 7.000 lives were lost and more than $500,000,000 worth or property was destroyed by Are dur ing that period. In no other country In the world I* the fire loss. In bulk or pro rata, anywhere near our own. year, owing to the devastating lire that followed the earthquake In San Francisco, this loss was In great •xccss of the average, but the average for some year* past has been $200.- 000.000 a year. The revelation* regarding fraudu lent pslnt materials which have been made by tho Agricultural Experiment Station of Fargo. N. D, and published by Prof. K. F. I-add. state commis sioner. have occasioned almost ns much of a sensation as the exposure of adulteration In food products did when tie latter first began to appear. It has been shown that kegs marked "Pure White Lead**often contain other substances such as chalk, barytes, silica, etc., and that oil supposed to be llnst-od often contains petroleum adulterants, to say nothing of water In large proportions Sometimes, so called "White l*eads" contain not nn lota of genuine White Lead. The farmer Is a large user of pslnt. No one Is more Interested than he Is. that the label should enable lilm to got what lie supposes he Is paying for. There should lie a law in every stnte requiring that all paint packages lie labeled exactly according to their con tents. That would ennblo every paint buyer to buy Intelligently. Tolme and Toldc. Mrs. Hooligan was suffering from the common complaint of having more to do than there was time to do It In. She looked up at the-clock and then slapped the Iron she had lifted froth the stnv* hack on the lid with a clat .ter. "Talk about tolme and toldc wait in' for no man." she muttered as she hurried into the pantry: "thf'VMi tolmes they waits, an' tolmes they don't. Ylsbterday at this blessed min it 'twas but tin o'clock, an' to-day It s a quartber to twelve."—Everybody * Clover A Grass Seeds. Kvcrylwmlv love* lots mid lots of Clover Cr.ibM-x lur hogs, cows, shrep and swine. We are known ;i* the huge*t growers of Orsaaea. t'lover*. Oat*. Bailey. Corn, Po tato"* and Farm Seeda m America. Oper ate over 5,000 acrca. men Our nutiiiiiii>tli I4K page catalog L mailed free to all intending buyers; or send bo is staui-m and receive Minplc of "|*erfect Lilance ra tion gru** seed," together with Fodder Plant*, (.lover, etc., etc., and log Plant and Seed Catalog free. John A. Salzer Seed Co., Box W, la Crosse, Wife A Mortifying Answer. Richard, aged seven years. In com pany with bis parents, was visiting a friend. At the diuncr table be was asked to have some cake. He hesi tated. "Say. quickly. Richard! Will you tiuve some cake?" said bis mother. Imagine her chagrin when Richard replied: "If It's the kind we have at home, 1 don't want auy." important to Mothers. Itznalne carefully e*rr y tell, of CASTOR!A. a »aff and aura remedy for Infanta and rtnldrr u. and *ce that It la Un For over an Yrara. TLc- kind You Have Alwaya IkMigbr Photographs Sent by Wire. Prof. Korn, of the Munich univer sity. has greatly Improved Ills appara tus for transmitting photograph* over telegraph wires. He has succeeded in sending i-lioiugrai h* and sketches six or seven Inches square In this manner from Munich to Nuremberg, a distance of 100 uillcs. in from 10 to 15 minutes. raa.t'B mii:o b.% o to bs bx.svn. I'AZO OINTVIKS I •* miiAMiH . mim an » re* ••I •-«-•> nr II inrf. II rr.l ••» (’'••madina IMa* in »l«i ItUaln or Utoie, lalMl-Uml. ter. Most people would fall abort If measured by the golden rule. Take G.ir'ield Tw. the mild llcrb hi- Stive, to purify the bleed, eradicate dia nw, mid maintain Good Health. A young man always sneers at thM love affairs of a widower. Mrm. Wlnilna'i Senthlnc Nyrap. FurrlllUf.* Irrtbtaa, kuftrn* Ihe «<tr-.a. fr.Jfc.rr* p B«Biu*iKjfe.,ll*llptl*.I«(n ■ IteixJlb. Sc»i*HUa. The tujubrette has the laugh on tho rotnedlun who gets none. PROVE EVERY CLAIM Dr. Williams' Pink Pills a Specific For Anaemia and a Safe Family Medicine. When tho body become* run down, either as a result of overwork, worry or a severe lilacs*, an examination of the blood would Show it to bo weak and watery. Tills condition is called anaemic, which Is the medical term for "bloodlcua." The common symi*- toms are paleness of th- lips, gums at.d cheeks, shortness of breath and palpitation of the heart after the slightest exertion, dull eyes and loss of appetite. Mr. L. Clark, a painter, of 19 Lincoln Place. PlalnAcld. N J . says: "Itest May I was obliged to undergo nn operation fur nppend'clti* nnd while the operation In Itself was suc cessful. I did not recoier my strength and health. I «n* manned to my bed for over a month nnd was under tho doctor's care When I was nblo to get up niy legs were so weak nnd tin steady that I could only walk with n cane with difficulty. "I was getting no better nnd could not think of going bark to work I was discouraged, when a neighbor told me that Dr. Williams' Pink Pills had cured her nnd advised me to try them I began taking them nbout the middle of Juno and soon felt so much 1 letter that 1 kept on nnd was cured. Dr Williams' Pink Pills have cur ed rheumatism, chlorosis, aftereffects of the crip and fevers, and. ns the health of the nerves depend* upon the purity of the blood, they arc invalu able In neuralgia, nervous debility, sleeplessness, dlxzlnes* and even lo comotor ntnxln and paralysis. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills arc sold l»y all druggists or sent, postpaid, on re ceipt of price. R 0 cents per l»ox. six boxc* $2 60. by the Dr. William* Med icine Co., Schenectady. N. Y. DO YOU SMOKE A PIPE? —. WHAT KIND OF TOBACCO DO YOU SMOKE? IF YOU HAVE NOT TRIED QBOID I You have never gotten that solid comfort which a goo-l " pipe smoko ” should give a man. QBOID WILL WOT BITE THE TONGUE IT IS THE ORIGINAL OF THIS STYLE TOBACCO It has an elegant Aroma which no cither pipe tobacco iHissesscs, and its smooth, delightful flavor and free smoking qualities arc the results of yean* of careful study and experimenting. SPECIAL OFFER ADr\in Tobacco is now yDV/IU on almost WLc everywhere, and hundreds of thous rt and* of boxes were consumed l\wrw) last year, and it is our pur- i Vpose to place QBOID in reach ' J| F - of every pipe smoker in this W' V'l country, and to that end wo \ I make the follow ing offer: \ / I f your dealer does not w-j_ 4 handle QBOID Tobacco, wo will send you any size box, " postage paid,” upon receipt of regular price— viz: Prices, 13 oz. tin box, 10c.; 3* oz. tin box, i!0o.; 8 oz. tin box, 45c. and 10 ox. fancy tin box, i*oc. Money refunded to any dissatisfied purchaser. Cut out this advertisement ami send with money order or stamps. Write your name and address plainly, and address to LARUS S BRO. CO., n»nuf»ctur«f. Richmond, Va. MUSCULAR AILMENTS The Old-Monk-Cure will straighten out a contracted muscle In a Jiffy. ST. JACOBS OIL Don't play possum with pain, but 'tends strictly to business. Price 35c and 30c SICK HEADACHE r- = —i Positively cotc<| Vf OADTTDO thrao Little Ptlls. If Al\l Lfxo -nr tt Urr. IJ. hm m tress from JJjrprptia. lo- IHITTLE digretiun and T<a» hearty H 11/PQ Eotlbg. A pcrfi-rt run- Q I Vfals rdyfurDt:iloi«.i.Niiuwa. VI PILLS. Drwndnaafc lud Ttvdo in tho Mouth. 0«i«4 Tongue, pair. It. Gw Mdo. Ji •>ui'ii> uviul Thej regulate tbo Bowrta. l*urr!jr Vcgrtablo. SMill PILL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. iPAUTCPCI Genuine Must Bear jp" c "“l Fac-Sumlo Signature [JteJ latFutt substitutes. Tte »■-1 oiuuu* t *.*• i f 1* spaa **n b- U«>ll| n-4 •<«l|M>|J ACl.a If ■rt4* < r iifU-ux uiuimmi. it •No tu«*r*». Bi-«t*n and skin. TSI r, I‘lmi.Ml alt UUI »Aot I - «• ,-l'lJllg 114 uMmn.l, tel In- »•'*» run* n 0»» •••!. Ml* M*Jl>u]H lt*ul«u• Sl r 4 bml BJ«*r B-*ll« I rp Ite H»** W4»ULI| Ite U -•! I «:r Mil ite Nrw'i'i n >i<i| •« »»*:l-.u».: - Bi.nl ''ft-Uw k-i Bl INI.BAAIUI,(Mima «Utlteß • iMkiat rnw>l»i lah- luutaa joaama. aruwtzr • a.. Ut Ca—i Cm-1, Pawin*. Pt BAD pnlrta every month. Indicate seri ous female disease, likely to be come dangerous. If not promptly treated. A medicine Is needed which acts directly on tho wo manly organs, such as v CARDUI WOMAN’S RELIEF A scientific medicine, consist ing of jure, vegetable ingredients, ■ which, according to the testimony of thousands who have u-»rd It, will relieve your pains, regulate your functions, build up your strength, and cure the disease which ia eat ing up your vitality. Try iL At all Druggists on Wirrr tor Free Advice, statins nnd •!•■•> ribin* *»ur • > intdnrns. to Ladies Advisory l>r|.t.. t'iiattatiooem Medicine Co.. IhslUuooa. Tcnn. Tho greatest cause of worry uo Ironing tiny ran be removed by using Defiance Starch, which will not ntirk to the iron. Sold everywhere, 1G at for IVc.