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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1898)
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Ksecated Nattily and t 1-ivinR Ktn.
ROSKBURG, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1898.
I'. I). KI.K4. IIOHKHttlMi MUX). NO. (I
IkiM Hiilr rrmilar cum in un leal Ions al tha
I. O. U. r. hall un wojihI and lourlh Ihurada
it nauli mouth. All members rrUiiatad to a(
trill refinariy, ami an Tlmii urninvr cor
H any I ci lieu maiirii'i
rKKft t'AOR TUltTIN, X.
IIKKMAN MAIIKH, Bocrmary.
lOfI,1 COUNCIL, NO. 21 JR. U, V, A. tt
- in mi it avery Wadneaday evening al I
o'aliKia In Ilia Old Mawialo Halt. vUIUa
brolliart ara cordially invltad 10 aitann.
U, R. I'AMMnN,
llau. W. I'saav, Councilor
I AUHKI. Ullxlk, A. K. A A. W , KIIL'LA
uinntliia I ha id and ih wadaeadays Id
KkK JOHNSON, W. M.
N. T. Jawarr, H'arjr.
nllll.ltTARIAN l.(Jil(. NO. I. I. O. 0. f.
A niwu Saturday rraulns ol aaoh waak al
Ihalr hall lu Odd Fallow lampl at auraawra;
Unmtwn nl ha ordar In annd lanrllna aralnTIt
adloatlaud. llOIIKkl HUBINaON, N. O.i
. M. UK ILM, 7.
UOHKItUtUI U)Hi, NO. It, A. O. U. W.
uih'U tha aertiod aud lourlh Monday ol
earn month at 7:au p. in. al Odd fallow a kaU.
Mamhart nl ma order lu ooo aianainf ara ia
vltad lo attand.
MKNOI-OHT, NO. V. (). A. R , MKIIBTHa
oral and third Tliuradara ol
I aaib moolh,
WOMRN'B KKI.UP C ORfa NO. 10, MIITV
Brat and llilrd Fridays In each month.
IAllUr Al.UANt K-KufUlar yuaruirli
1 Mating will Imi bald al Uranga Hall
Koavliurg, Ilia Oral Friday In December, Warua
and June, and Ilia thin! rrtday In By torn bar.
ROHKHUKU rilAI'TKH, NO S. O. X. H..UXKT1
Ilia aocoud and lourlh Tkuradari ol oh
MoM.tr. hHAMBH"OK, W. M.
MKOINA HAHT, etc y.
ROHKHltHU DIVIHION NO 47. B. Of L. X.,
moot every arouud aud lourlh Bunday.
ROKHUIMI R. V. UIIMIIC. NO. 41. I. O 0. f
invnu on Tueaday evealns nl each waak al
Ihe Odd relowa hall. VUllloj alatara and
o roth ran ara Invltod lo attend.
MERIT WKKT, N. O.
AM ATA bJH II, K. Rac.
A LI' II A UIIMIK. NO. 47. K. Of P., M"TI
i ,ihT Wadnraday afcnlnl At Odd fallow!
Hall. Vlaltlua KnlfliU In ood etandlnf ooi
AlailT tUTltad to allaud.
Attorney at Law,
Room I. Manner Bulldlnc, BOHXBURO, OK.
faallualucaa before tha U.K. Land Office and
mlulut caaaa a apaclally.
Lata Reoolvor V. H. Und 0ea.
aaoaoi m. aowi.
raiD. ratti Tt iTin.
yaOWN A TU8TIN,
Rixmii 7 aud II
Ta Wllaon Block.
Yy R. WILLIS,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Will praetlea la all tha aourta of tat Butt. Ol
tea la tht Ooort Bouaa, Doaf laa eoaa7. Or.
1 A. BEHLBRBDR,
Attorney at Law,
OUtn ovtr tha Foatoaoa on Jaekaon atita.
Q P. C08H0W,
Special alicullou Klveu lu Cow
ntcrclal I. aw and Collection.
Uilkton Jaekaon Hi. oppotite Hlot'uui't Bloek.
UOPEBL RO, OKKOON.
J D, STRATFORD,
Attorney at Law,
Ronuit X and 4
Tajlor a Wllaou Block.
T B. BDDT,
jRA B. RIDDLE,
Attorney at Law,
JLMER V. HOOVER,
Physician aud Surgeon,
Mnlu Htrot'l, 0110 door tuulb ol t'lly Hull.
YRA BROWN, M. D.
OFFICE, DOJ Jackaou Utruot, al rt
Idvuuool Mr. J. Vlner.
J L. MILLER, M. D
Surgeon and Homooopathio
M" Jhronl dlaaataa a paelalti.
ILL. P. HEYDON,
aud Notary 1'ubllc.
OfFici: In Court lloutc.
OnU'ra lor Hiirviylni and Field NoU'i aliould
be addnwiMKl to Will . lleydou, Counly Bur
vcynr, Kiiatihurir, Or.
STRICTLY I IR3T-CLA5S. f
MRB. I). '. MuCI.AI.I.KN, I'rop.
BtlDaUAlTERS TOS TSAVELiya UZV.
Lari, Fliiv Hamplo Unnini.
Frau ' Rut to and Prom Tral tin.
JERRY J. WILSON,
Wutclitiuker and Jeweler,
All HrpalrluK rulrualrd lo
aaa- carat will Ha PHOMPTI.V and
4tlwf Jllaa .
H. C. STANTON
Baajnal laaalTad a atw aad aataaalva ttock a
DRY : GOODS
Adltf-a' llrflBH (ioods, KibboB, TriuiDiintd,
-ALBO A riNX BTOCK OP-
HOOTS AND MIIOI
Ol tka baat quality and flnl.h.
Hood, Willow and (ilast Uarr,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc.
Alao oa band la Uraa quaatlllaa and at prlraa tr
Jalt lh tlmia. AIo a laryt atock of
Call at Stanton's for "L. P. M"
Waara alwaya in Ilia Lead, ami un an to
The (ioldep Harvaat ia upon ua, and farm
era Are emiling docauae Woodward
looit to their intereat.
Tbeae re all Leather and Warranted,
At Reduced Prioca,
Contult your purto and be aura and aee
Woodward before buying.
W. . WOODWARD
Uouitlas County, rcjjon.
Tha Watcri ol lluu Surliura t'uiilulii : lodlno.
Bromlaa, rntaaaluin, tltu rarliniiati'a ol Iron
and Ueio and (.'lilorldi'i ol I'aluluiu, MuKuealuiu
One flurlnu uuntalut M and llu other our
MOO graiua of aoltd matter to ttio calluu.
Located on tho Houthrrn l'ai'ltlit lUilroad,
"BhaMa rout" Irum Hail Kraiulki'u to l'ui 1 lit nil ,
in iMiugias louuty, ongou.
Aairavalud cnai-a ol Khoiiiiinlihin. Naiil Cu-
tarrh, Cnlarrii of the Hlumaoli, Uyp'Plit. Ilia
holea, Nuurallia, MularUl l'iiiiuulii).', KMnvy
Trouble, (uiiallpalloii, IHkrHKi'a of Inn Hklu,
Liver ami Bowela, aud Vcni'ri'al illM'aara havo
ticeu cured by Ibu uau ol tluao ali is.
New batli'MoniH oomu'i'tcd nith llui main
bulldlnir. Poslolllco and F.xprt'aK on llio prrm
lavi. Ually mall, uorlli uud aoulli.
Terma-fjlO per week, I-' per ilny, Including
Tho Hotel la uuder tho liuiiiidliito iuih uIr
CAPT. UEN, It. UUHW
for a geurroua
Ely's Cream Balm Amv
MM t . A
rnniaina no rocnino, a m j-Y
11 la quickly Aliaorlird,
(Uvea Relief at onro.
the S ..aal laaanKiia. Tni 11 H FA H
Allaya Inflammation. vWlU 'Hlbnll
llnala and I'rotui la the Mouilirniio. Xoalnrm tlio
Kantea of Taila and binill. Imi II MUu 60c. ; Trial
HUt 10e. j al IiruL'ltla or hy mall.
tLH i)l(OiULllN, arrm btreet, cw York.
(i. w. vi:uor;R'5 lcttlr.
Out of the I'opullAt Committee and
(Had ef It.
Ai.tM, Or., I'uU. L7.Tlie Iwitor of tl.
W. eddor, rNii ul tho iiiiliat r uunty
central coinuiiiu-n infullrig ynolerday :
"Tim olijuct of I lit leader of I he iwpu
HhI pnrly ih Id prepare nveryihloii for 1
Keriitral Btampudu Into III liemovralic
parly In I'.HH). itli tliu eiioiiillcal Uryan
at Hie liuad ol tlm prealdeullal tlikal.
J with lha Idlotiu jin.lu of free silver as
I tiiHir war-cry. 1 am working-111 conjunc
tion wiiii lint national reorganization
cominltlce to tlio end that it national
convention lie railed llii ear for the
purporH i f reorganizing and ntrengtlien
lug lliti line and guluug rid of the ob
Jecilonalile rnumlmre of our national
couiinlllee, which we n 1 tint do. and rat
out good and mili-tanilal plailorui, ein
tjoilying the prn cirle of rtfurm, aucii
Una t.i e, ,iraniinallou and ib Inla
liioaud rcfure iiiiiim, with Ihe Impera'
ttve uiamUie, and Willi thean prows I
tiona go heforeilie people In I !KW and
rgni 11 out 1111 lint mm. 1 want to nay
lu tu Bin all nl livta that the tio-xllera
mill 1 11 litiii'crM win never be anle to
aiilt'liat k ua Hgmu. for our ruorgaoizalion
I'l.liiinifi ee, in rolijuuulioli with the loyal
mcnili. ra ol our national reutral com
iniilce, Mhich loci 111 ht. LolI on the
li h ol Ui-l inoiith, a lnpied the referen
1I11111 1 1 in of guvrriiiufii', and hereafter
nil ii. 1 1. i.e will I ti auoiniited to the
vo'uie, m il Ihe booulerH will be out of a
1 1I1, f.ir 11 h ihe iiopuliat party la con
h i m il. Ami now let uawotk diligently,
for it will lake ui year to lecoyer from
(he hi over Iroin thu lecord we made in
IMUJ. ll minever allow that thing to
incur atmii. ow, it we, aa Indepen
dent popiilmi parly, will de'ermine to
come ligi tlit r in our Mate convention in
Portland on I lie -HI ol neit rnoulh, and
there put it a clean rut pormliat lii'kei,
h-avlng out all audi hoorilera a a otate
ollicer I'uiinci lf.l with the Kuldiera' homo,
ami a j'ldc, ami then invite theae other
(aclloiiH ol ho filled relorujera to vote for
our prim ipli'H and out candidate, then
that will U all nlit ; hut for ua to go to
I'urilitnd, und tin-re go to appointing
coiifi-rer.ee committer from u lot ol
houdleiH l'i iiK'rce e n a iKiodlerh' ticket,
w hii-li m ill In- the iiMiillaof all am li aj-tn,
tl.cn I am (oicvvr agaiiint ihe whole
pini-i e..iiigf , and l ehall let I lie election
of is'.is pm hy, aud ahail take no inter
il in it. This whole couihinaiiou busi
riicn it a p iiiiir.i! I.ike, put up hy a lot
of cilice Mckera who are hungry for
1 llii'o and i. 0 (i her fhow to get elected
Tlit; idea i I pulling null a political fraud
as the cx-jude or Soldiera' home ollicer
cm ti e pi puliH1 lickel is almurd. That
jude-iiiil uf-uflii:a never was it popnliat,
and the voldicia' home man ia a funujii
iM. Into nit louuling on the election
ol IS'jh in lirrnou, or anywhere t-Ie.
Ihu av wu aiu now broken up, we will
ac-omphtdi iiolliiug thia ) ear, more than
to reorganize, imd this ia the thing 1 am
t;oingto w oik lor, and if we fail to do
this and do it crtditahly to ourselves,
llirii I am o'lt of (Hilitica forever, if ihe
people want to I i-iouie fcUvea, lliey will
have In do m without my uenMam-e. I
hereby u point jou lo a t a my proiy
in our next un cling, or any following
uicctii.g, 1 1 the popiii'st entrdl commit
lee of II, 1 ci ui.iy ol Marion, Oregon, at
which I am not prt-ent as a member.
Yen ece, our precinct has beeu changed,
and llio cuinmit:cee may take advantage
ol the chunge lo get rid of me.
U. W. Klilltll,
Jimmy St 1 ling returned from bia
tour of thu county and say lie had
good time. Kenewod luaoy old ac
((Uaiutaucea aud made new one, and
was treated royally everywhere, liut
dou't tell Jimmy lilundell he fouud
cut olTduwu on f.ost Oauyou, where old
Doctor Cole was lost and then a few
years afterward Unc!e John Mires and
Mr. CleiaentB were lout. Jimmy bad to
tie up hia bone, take off the caddie anil
go lor settlement. He knew bis course
and came out at James KosIey'B at the
mouth of Little Canyon at o'clock at
night, with torn clothes and wet from
head to foot. Yrs, little giant, it beat
your cut offfrom Albro's to Canyonville,
where Jimmy got lost some years since.
At the Bcbool meeting A. Hicko'.bier
was elected director and J. W. Krowson
J. A. lllack is out for bherifl'. He baa
a large following along the coast pre
cincts. Well, Johnny, there is J. li.
Kiddle, Henry Hodrick, lieo. JDimiuick
to hear from. Cio it boys, the longest
polo gets the persimmoDB.
I am glad to hear of a candidate for
Ihe Iciualaluro from Looking Glass, a
Mr. Mattoou. I dou't know his initials,
but if he is as true blue a republican as
tho Matloons here, we are for him now
aud forever. Yes, I am glad that neck of
the wood has announced a man. Now
fur Ton Mile and Camas Valley, etc., the
more the merrier. The demo-pops can't
count 011 ihe oflice, and oh uo, they
don't want 'cm !
Here's our hand, Frater. You are a
good appointment. You will soou hear,
"Any letteis for meV"-
Somoliiuu since I wroto that I staid all
night aud your comiHisitor had it I stand
all right with lieu Doss. Well, I hope 1
do, lien, hut 1 inunt wiito leas. A la
(ireeley, an old Father lilackwell of
(iardiuei uaya. I am worse than Ureeley,
Tho aiTKiigo ol gralu ia larger than
ever and 1 am glad to aay it looks Hue
aud much virgiu soil is broken up this
U00J bye, Jim Ivldy, good luck to you.
Aud how d'ye do Judge Stratford, mty
you live long and prosper.
J OK I'.
I or tcr l-'llly Veaii,
An Oi.u and Wkll-Thku RiMiDY.-Mrt
n inaloiv'a Kioltilng Hyiup baa been uted tor
overllfly yeara by luilliuniol uiotbcri lor tbvlr
children wldlo tcclbliig. with perfect auceeti
It Hiiolliet ttiu child, aoftcua the guuu, allaya all
piiiil, eurea w ind enlic, and li tbo boat remedy
lor PUrrliiia. It pleaKaut to tbo taate. Bold by
druKKikU lu every part ol tho world. Twouty
Uvevelila a bottle. Ill valuu l luealCUlab'.e.
U'laure and ank lor Mra. luilow'a Soothing
Hyrup, and take no other kind.
Kiliicam Your llonela YVith Cuirareta.
( andy I'liiliurile, emu eniiNtlpailon forever.
10e,'.'ho. n f. c. U. fall, ilim-s'lsli, refund money.
J)ou'l annoy otliein by your coughlug,
and rink your lilo hy neglecting a cold,
Ono Miuuto Cough Cure cures coughs,
coldu, cioup, grippe and all throat aud
lung trouhlcB. A, C, Muretors' . Co.
NOTB AND COMMENT.
Congressman Tongue's bill creating a
reserve of 'M mllof fqnare about Crater
Lake pasaed the house.
Hon. W. K. Kd wards, who run a a
fualon candidate for state senatjr from
the conntlei of Josephine, Coos and
Cii'ry, 1 now oppossd to fiaon.
Wbon a man acknowledges a fault,
IKiliiical or o'herwise, it is Kxr oli(.y to
ridicule him. Make it aa ay as poasi
hie for blin to get on the right side of
the line. Newberg Graphic.
The Dispatch has Dot been in har
mony with method which are lo
bring about a union of the free silver
(orcea, bicans it believed and now doe
think It, bad and dishonest politic. If
the old democratic party has principle
they ae worth defending at all time.
In time I be better tense ol the people
would permanently adopt them, ihe
desertion of principle for a temporary
victory is uot going to make converts to
the cause We believe there is yet a
democratic party. Portland Dispatch.
The interest which Is taken in the
work ol growing flai fiber in Oregon and
Washington is not confined lo these
stale'. The Americad Volunteer, a
newspaper published at Carlisle, l'a., re.
cenlly im Wished a half Column article on
tlax and linen which call apecial atten
tion lu the effort i.ow being made in
Oregon to establish Ihe linen manufact
uiing industry. This ifljrt is highly
cjinmuiided, and a hearty wish for its
uccen is expressed. The same paper
contains a letter from B. S. i'ague, cbief
of the Oregon weather bureau, which
gives an eicellent report o' Oregon's
productiveneea from an aiiricultural
standp tint Daily Antorian.
(kmmisioner of the General Liiid Of
fice Dinger Hermann, stale, regarding
the leccnt ruling of the Interior Depart
ment, concerning the amount of work re
quired on each mining claim helor.) pit
tut would issue and und'r date when
such order goes into efiect, that all
claims upon which work was done before
iJecember 1j, 1H'J7, will hi approved.
He alss s'ates that it will m'll.-e, if, in
applying for a pjteut 011 a group of
claim, work or improvement aregi-
ing ;u.iinr eacu claim cau he slio n to
nave in en put on me group a an en
tirety. Where bH expended upon one
location ami upon another, ioin'lv
owned by the first, both would pass.
The Welcome is not a republican na-
ier, hut it preferred the election of Mc-
Kmley to tliHt 1 I liryau on account of
their eeveral piwiion 011 Ihe money
(iie8tion. It ia glad now that Mr. Mc-
Kinley and not Itrtan was elected, be-
cauo ot the lumiitenre of war with
pain. President McKioley knows what
war is, its incalculable ro.-t. iu inde
scribable horrorn ; and he will uot rush
into war unless it Incomes a great na
tional necessity. Yet McKiuley is pa
triotic, a thorough American, who cau
he depended upon to mak war when
aucb a ueceesity arise, t,nd to carry it on
vigorously ami valiantly. What Mr.
Hryan might have done we d ) not know.
He might have risen to tin decision and
done well; tut became of his ineip.'ri-
ence and impetuosity the country would
nave been in a fever of doubt and an
xiety. It i well that in such a time as
this we have a nudum!, calm, cool ex
perienced man at Ihe helm of the !bip of
Slate. Portland Sunday Welcome.
The Highland Populist Club has
adopted some red hot resolutions against
fusion which makes the oflice-seeking
democrat sweat blood.
They "indignantly refute to permit
unauthorized pereons to trade witn the
Dirtnngiit ol ttie people a party for a
'mess of pottage.' even though it be
cooked in a silver pot, free of charge, in
a democratic kitcuen and navored w ith a
few petty county ollices."
lliey call attention to bow the people b
party was "seriously injured by fusion
with a party which betrayed the trust
rupesed in it so shamefully an to defeat
tbe election of Bryan for president, and
to give the plutocracy an overwhelming
majority in uongreBS."
1 bey reler to the populist as the Iamb
and the democrat aa the lion, and say :
"Tbe lion and the lamb never lie down
together in nioderu politics, except when
tbe lamb 1b inside the lion." The dodu-
list lamb don't propose to be found In
side the democratic lion.
They finally clinch tbe matter when
they say : "All populiata worthy of the
name look witn distrust upon any pro
posed alliance which has no firmer basis
for unity than a division of offices aud
spoils." San Bernardino Times Index.
In Probate Court.
In the matter of tho estate of II. 1)
Thomas, deceased, objections having
been tiled to the unal account of admin
istrator, hearing was ret for March 15,
In the mutter of tho etdato of Joseph
Rosin, deceased, final account of K. M.
Coukling, administrator, was approved
and admiuisttator uucuarged.
in the estate of W. L Wilson, de
ceased, administrator, was given author
ity to sell real estate at private sale.
A. N. Varncv was removed as admin
istrator of Ihu estate: of J. A. Varney,
Iu the estate of Joshua Abbott, dc-
ceaeed, account in final eelilemtmt was
upproved and I. C. Morne, administra
tor was diachargad.
Admiuibtrator wan grand d lecve to
fell real estate belonging lo the estate ol
America louug. deceased.
Account iu final settlement of t stute of
Nancy McCulloch, deceased, wui ap
proved and estate cloi-ed.
Final settlement iu the matter of es
tate id S. Gloor, decciised, was couliuucd
to May :'. ISliS.
What pleasure is there in life with a
headache, constipation and biliouauess?
Thousands experience them who could
becomo erfectlv healthy by using De
Witt's Little Karlv liiaeis, the lamutis
little pills, Mariners' Drug Store.
Educate Your linueU Willi fuarareta.
I'umly ('iiiliiiitti', euro constipation forever.
lUe.'jfro. II C. U. C. full, ilruKKibUrvtuud niuuey.
Wo have a fine line of pure white bed
spreads, also luce curttuus, scrims ami
draperies. You may need tlietie al
lioime-cleauing time-. Novelty Store.
CLI'.RK'S ANNUAL REPORT.
Tor School Diet. No. 4, for Year Knd
Ing March 7, 1898.
Resident persona between 4 and 20
years of age, males 340, females 'M'.,
Teachera amnio, I mala 4 famulus K
Teachers holding life diplomas, ma!e
i, lemaie i.
Teachers holding stale life diploma
Teacher holding state certificates,
Teachers employed in private schools,
male 1, female 1.
The nilnils in nrlvatn achnol avaraire
V'al school house and grounds 14, 000 00
II ' !. nnn
i urn uu re j,uAr i
" otiparatni 175 t
Insurance on rchool property W,300 CO
Iil rnnntli. Myl,nr,l l.it.hl o
No Mo. private .cbool l J
No. of lifirat vnfpra
Tax levied for present year. . .
Fund on hand March 1, 1807. f 152 72
Kec'd on district tax S,3.V 43
Hec'd of Co. treasurer 500 30
Kec'd si ate school fund 1,673 70
Kec'd by rate t ills 2H 7i
Kec'd from other aources I 00
Total receipts for year t 6,705 00
Paid for teacher's wages 3,719 90
Paid int on bonded dent 744 00
" for painting school house 150 00
" for wood 19112
" Dist. clerk 104 25
" Water Co 00 00
" janitor 331 45
" insurance 270 00
Paid for incidentals 143 oo
Total paid s hool purposes. . . . 5704 36
Cash on band March 7, W.)H. . I 54
Amt. doe on dist. tax 150 00
The city council met Monday evening
March 7, at tbe city ball, and on roll
call the following were found present:
Major Marnier; Councilmen Parks,
Shamhrook, Willis, Benson, Perry, Fields
and Aiken ; Marshal Dillard and Record
er Kite. Ahfeut, Seblbrede.
Minutes of las, meeting read and ap
proved. A petition was presented to have the
electric light on Mill street changed to
the junction with Sykei street. Granted.
Committee on city improvement re
parted not favorable on petition to raise
tbo light on Fowler street. Report laid
on the fable.
Committee on ways and means re
ported that no change would be made in
boarding ihoutie and laundry licences at
Marshal aud recorder's monthly re
ports read and accepted.
Tne following bills vere allowed and
warrants ordered drawn.
Brown A Tustin, atty.' salary f 10 00
Koeeburg Electric Light Co, lights 147 25
Churchill, Woolley & McKeczie
hardware . 5 50
A. Field, stieet work 2 CO
J.G. Hook Co., lumber 8 25
B. F. Page, street work 8 70
D. Patterson, drayage 4 75
Dunbar & Co., lumber .... 19 56
F. W. Dillard, salary 50 00
F. W. Dillard. janitor 2 50
Dexter Rice, salary 25 00
Bill of II. W. Miller for 15.87 for
judgment against the city referred to
Committee on city improvement in
structed to com mecee improvements on
Bide streets as soon as weather would
Dexteb Kick, Recorder.
In Memory of Little Alice Gilbert.
Our precious gem from us has gone,
The one w t loved bo well,
To live in Jesus' happy home,
And with the angels dwell.
Although bei life waa filled with charms
While in this world below,
The Savior called her to His arms
Aud to His w ill we bow.
For in His bleseed book we see
In words with accent, given :
"Sutler the little children to come unto
For of such is the kingdom of Heaven."
Love ha t
long way tt
go to react
the heart ol
up to date
looks for a wife,
he expects a
,! ,1 T'.k
.- more than he de-
TJir ' " serves. He wants good
' 'looks, good sense,
good nature, good
health. They usually go together.
Au observing tnau learns that a woman
who is physically weak and nervous and in
capable, is likely to be ill-natured too. Tbe
sweetest temper ia turned by continual
A woman whose nerves are constantly
racked and dragged by debilitating drains
and inflammation, cannot be a genial com
panion or happy wife j and she is totally
unfitted to be a mother.
These troubles prevail almost universally
among women largely because of careless
ness and neglect. There is no real need of
them. Dr. J'ierce's Favorite Prescription is
a positive specific for the weaknesses and
diseases of the feminine organism.
It cures them radically and completely.
It heals, strengthens and purifies. It is the
only scientific remedy devised for this spe
cial purpose by an educated, skilled physi
cian. It is the only medicine that makes
motherhood easy and absolutely safe.
Wist Lauretta McNeea, of Reno (P. O. Uo t.i),
Waihoe Co., New, writea: "I have discontinued
taking the 'Prescription' anil will not take
anv more (at prrsenti. Last mouth 1 bad no
pain at oil aud worked every diiy without any
inconvenience w hatever. It waa the first time
I uever had pain during that period. I cannot
aay too much for vour inedu-iiiea. especially
Ihe ' 1-avoriie Prescription ' and ' l'leasiint l"el
tets.' . I kuow of a Uulv w ho took om bottle of
your Favorite 1'rencrfptiou ' and ahe saya aht
waa not aick like she waa with her first baby.
This waa her second bahy. She thinks it a
graud mcdiciue. ho do 1."
Dr. Pierce has had a life-time of experi
ence in this particular field. His loco-page
illustrated hook, "Tbe People's Common
Sense Medical Adviser" contains several
chapters devoted to woman's special physi
ology. A paper bound copy will be sent free
on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay the
cost of mailing only. Address, World's Dis
pensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y,
For a cloth bound copy send 31 stamps.
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