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ASTORIA, OREGON, TAIRSDAV,
FEBRUARY. 12, 1903. 3.
Don't Take Our Word For It
Come and see for yourselves
IIAIUJCY FOOD (IlulKtun'M) pof iLu kuge
PANCAKK ruiUU (tlnlnlon' plf.rllii) j-r pu.kugt! ,,
OUANGIC8 (Navuls) per dux
OIlAl'K rilUIT (very lr.) pr down .,
KOItNt.NT (Ix-Ht what wnii) per on ,
TUB BTOUI3 YOU IIKAlt HO MUCH ABOUT.
ROSS, HIGGIN6 a CO.
MOINTIIL.Y TIDE TAIILI-H
THE MORNING AST0RIAN
TO DAY'S WEATIlEIt
I'orllitnd, l''b. II. WVnturn Ohiii.
fit Ir. (ki unliiimlly wliiiln. VVmtt-rn
Vlilng(on. IncmuInK climdlnrM fol
low id by rain nxar count.
I'our un-lo-data harbor At the Orct
dent . Tuu don't have to wait.
Vor Item -A ftinillvd front room.
)in door. 140 Fourth slrwt.
H'diuurl'r for valntind at Hv.-n-.'
book store; all kind and rii .
Hwwt rcitiil 15 t ruin R pint. No
IwKP for wtiliinK. Tukk'm tiuiily
For t!iMd. nllul)li (jI u no work w
your IwiU tum-r, Th, FrcdorU kmrn.
WH Hond utrwl. 1'hono 2074 Kl..
Yu l ly find tha Dfit 16c men)
In thn f4'y at the Hlln Sun reittau
tt. Ny 61? Oommi'n'lnl
(i'lt iilc of nrM't roiiiniintn. 600
imtt'Tim to ! t from, liU'ludlnH x-nilnnli-ii,
vrlvcU, and timly UruHwlN,
which we r nrtiMliiK ttt faclory prln-ii,
window (llHpliiy, Chn, ll'-llborn
l". . AUIhitt, nptli liui. of rortlund
will l)i at the Ocrldi-nt hotel, Antorln.
from Tii"ndny, 1 , m, to Widm-nday
:. p. m , Fi'b. 17 Hiid IS. Oluwifn llt-ti-d
to rclli-t' h'ndiit'liiH and wciiry
yi-H. I'lilldirn' ryii a nMilully.
An i-tuTHi'tli' initniiRor for office to 1)0
i.in-d In thin city for lintti' ninmifttc
tuilii(t roni"rn. H.ilitry 1100 pt.r month
.'trn coiiiihIhIimiii nnd pxiwrnu-n. 1500
cnjth m-ciirlty requlml. Hint of ref-
.rtituvn. Addri'M Mnmiircr 1. O. box
2IT4 Sun Kiamltco. Cnllf.
Vh.t w tnn trouble? Faulty pltnno
Inrt nnd pour (Ixtut'oN? For the bent
uiltai-y pluiuhlmf Koodit and nklllful
thorough workinmiHlilp nciid your or
ient to NO. 45 llond Miwt. TlnnlnR,
irnft-tUtlni; and hcalliiK. John A.
W. J. Scully, tin., hanlvvare Htoic and
utixhop niitn, Iiiih moved, from his old
locution on Hond Htreot to No. 470-172
(Vininiercliil Htrcet, oppoHlte the llw.
hive, whete he Iiiih a well appointed
iNlorcroom and ihnp, a fine atoik of
tovc, iiimi'H, liutli tub, ptutiiberi'
XixkIn, hardware, tltiwtire, etc,, and
the bent of facilities for plumbing and
Home tciiri are wld, and with them
tlw pur.'hiiHoi' ftet pieticntii and prem
ium of .various deRcrlptlon, When you
buy Hchllllmrn lean you get money
value, Tli'e gooda are aold on their
merlU and guaranteed to pleuee, If
not your money Ih refunded. SchllllnRH
ioun iitv put up In varioun lliivora. Try
a imckiiife with a money-back Rtiiiran
ti. For mile by Johnmm Hroa,
THE PURE J
Even children drink Graln-0
liesause they like it and the doc
tor lay It la good for them. Why
not? It contain all of the nourish
tnent of the pure grain and none
of the poison of coffee.
THY IT TO'DAt.
Ai(Tort trw7irkrt Hi. Mi Mc r pckt
Illiih Wnler. A. At. I I'. ;
Date, h.m. I ft. " h iri.
SUNDAY "7T"T"i 8;oa 7 8:68
Monday 1 8: 3T. 1.0 1:44
Turatlny 3 4 : in l. 4: 3D
Woilamiliiy . ,. 4 4:67 H.O 6:H
Ttitirmlay . . .. t i:V 1.0 '.66
mUt : ?. 1:12
H!uriUr .... 7 7:14 7.1 :47
SUNDAY .... II ;08 1.0 10:411
MimiUy 1 10:11 1.3 11:41
TmiU 10 11:13 1.4
WtiltifHtUy . ,.11 0:17 7.6 11:0
Thursday , . .11 1:10 7.8 13:67
)l.lf IS 1:50 1.3 1:43
SAlurday 14 Ml 3.4 2:211
SUNDAY .. ..16 3:06 1.6 1:16
Monday 1 3:40 1.4 4:06
1-UMiUy 17 4:21 8.! 4:69
Wednenday . ..II 11:08 7. :03
Ttiuradny . . ., Ill 6:67 7.1 7:1
IVI.Uy 30 4:66 7. S 1:33
Halurday , . ,.21 1:00 7.1 0:41
SI' N MAY . . .. !3 1:04 7.1 I0:3
Monday . ., .. JJ 10:00 7.3 11:30
TUMdny , ,. ..34 10:61 7.4 11:61
Wedliiwday ... 16 11:36 7.1
VhuriUy . . . 3 0:31 7.3 13:14
Yli1y !7 1:01 7.6 11:61
Saturday 21 1:31! 7. l 1:11
A. M. 1. M. "
h.m. ft. h.rn. ft."
1 1:03 3.3 1:10 0.
1 :4A 1.8 9:45 1.3
110:3b 1.710:38 1.1
4 11:34 1.8 11:16 3.4
6 12:40 1,6
0:12 1.0 1:67 1.1
7 l:2 3.4 3:13 0.1
8 2:64 3.8 4:20 1.4
8 4:18 3.4 6:11-0.1
10 6:?4 3.0 6:08 -0.4
It :I8 2.6 8:64 -0. t
11 7:06 2.0 7:36 -0.2
13 7:61 1.8 1:14 0.0
14 1:3 1.4 1:60 0.6
16 8:24 1.3 9:28 1.0
liin:l2 1.3 10:06 1.7
17 11:06 1.4 10:4k 2.4
18 12:03 1.6
l 11:37 2.0
18 1:06 1.8
20 0:40 1.6 2:12 1.6
31 1:67 3.1 3:16 1.3
33 1:16 3.9 4:11 1.1
23 4:21 3.8 6;00 0.1
24 6:13 3.6 6:41 0.6
25 6:63 0.8 4:17 1.2
36 6:37 2.8 6:44 0.6
27 6:68 3.4 7:16 0.7
28 7:30 1.9 7:42 0,1
i HtJNDA Y ,
, aioimuy ,
! Tiipmluy .
I'rldny . ,
; Tuiwday .
lYIdny . .
j Hultiriliiy ,
. Tluii Hdiiy .
, Friday . .
, Monday ,
I Tiii'sdny .
; Friday . .
Another shipment of nice Northern
Spy apples Just In. Johnson Itros.
The steamer Hue II. Klmoi will l.svr
for Tlllumook twy ihiIhis Sutunluy,
F"bruary 14, at 7 a. m.
WantedHomeone to build a rottaxv
and rent to me under Icane, or would
buy, Address I. o, box 660.
No meeting of the Push club was held
last evening, on account of the ubw-ncv
of several members from the city,
At a meetliiK of the Forester of
America last nlitht two candidal.
were Initiated Into full membership.
The steamer Klmore arrived In from
Tlllumook today at 4 p. m. with n
carKo of butter anil cheese and a full
A dispatch from Kuleni announces the
fact that I Im llahn bill iilvliin boatpul
lers a lien to secure waifes, was parsed
by both house nnd senate.
Carpet remnantH500 different pat
terns at less than wholesale price.
Very suitable for rugs. See window
dNplny. ('has. Ihllborn & Son.
The ilrltish bark Wlseomtw I'ara Is
on the way down the river. She has
121,336 bushols of wheat, valued at 1104..
411, and Is bound for Melbourne, Aus
Itoslyn coal lasts longer, Is eleuner
ami make less trouble with stoves
and chimney Hues than any other coal
on the market. George W. Sanborn,
nuenV- Telephone 1311.
it. M. t'uthcrs hiiSj contracted to
build a launch for the 1'acluV Packing
& Navigation company, the same lines
to be followed as thos ; UHed In the con
struction of the. "Alexander Jr." which
was launch 'd yeMonlny.
!n the county clerk's offhe jesterdny
articles were Hied IncoriKnatlng the
Seaside Oramatlc company. Klwood
H. idler. Ivan ('. Young and C. K.
Linton are the Incorporator and the
rnpltnl stock Is O00. divided Into
shares of t'J6 each.
It will be observed from a Salem
special appearing In another column
that the Astoria charter Mil has pas
sed lh house. The absurd poll tax
Qualification for voters was stricken
from the measure. The charter Is
iiinended In only a few respects.
A private letter received In the city
yesterday from Senator John 11. Milch
ell In Washington conveys the encour
uging Info 'inatlon that he is rapidly
recovering from his serious Illness.
Senator Mitchell has been confined
lo his room since the 20lh of January
Nine applicants presented themselves
yesterday Ht the court house to be ex
amined for teacher certificate. Sev
en of thorn seek county paper and the
other two want stnta diploma. Mr.
Qerheart and County Superintendent
Lymnn ore conducting the examination,
A dispatch received yesterday from
Sun Francisco-say that the Hteam
Schooner Manager' association ha de
cided to udvanee the freight rate on
lumber 60 cent per thousand feet, The
rato from Eureka to port In this di
rection ha been $3.60 and $4 and will
now be $4 arid $4.60, while the rates
from Gray harbor and Puget Bound,
heretofore $4 nnd $5 are henceforth to
be $1.60 and $5.60. Several sailing ves
iel have been carrying lumber from
Eureka to San Pedro 'or $6 and the
iteam achooner owners say they are en
titled to fully a much.
Char) Cartw ha been adjudged
cured from smullpoi and yesterday
(iuurantln restrictions were lifted from
hi residence. Mr. Carter live in-nr
Scow buy. Ill home ha been thor
oughly fumigated and there is no long
er any dunger of a spread of the dls
eu being sereated from that Quarter,
Captain Auhugen of the bark Alder
nix hn offered $60 reward for the re
covery of a package of valuable stamps
which were lost by th capsizing of a
siiiull boat shortly aftei1 the vessel be
came stranded. The captain had Wn
a number of year In gathering the
si imps together and he prised them
It Is exacted that the Taylor school
will be oM?ned by the roiid of nxt
month. Miss Clara Marker has been
assigned as teacher, A clan In the
Olney school will be transferred there
and a class of the McClure chool will
be placed In the latter, which ai range
nieiit Is expec ted1 to even things up
much better Mian they are at the pres
As .i result of the purchase of the
White Coll.ir line, the attamer IJolley
Oatxert has lieen taken off the Astoria
run and the Undine put on In her place.
The I'ndlne will be on temporarily, but
nothing definite has come to light us to
the Intentions of the new company. The
(lutxert rendered excellent service be
tween Astoria and Portland and will
be missed by the traveling public.
Captain T. P. H. Whlllaw, employed
In wrecking the steumer Progreso at
tin Fulton Iron work In Sun Francis
co, report that the vessel can be re
built Into a staunch tenmer. In .or
der lo get the Progreso on the lieach It
was necessary to cut her In two, the
bulkhea In being constructed to keep
the separated part afloat. A middle
section will be built and the vessel
made reudy for sea.
The soldier who I supposed to have
stolen a valuable -lock from a womun
living on Astor street wus not appre
hended by the tsillce. After taking the
clock and a hatpin, the man visited
several resorts. He gave the hatpin to
another woman and It wu returned to
its rightful owner. Then he started
on foot for the fort, taking the clock
with him. The theft will probably be
reported lo the military officials.
The steamship Norman Isles arrived
In isirt yesterday nternism, 73 days
from Hamburg. She brings 600 ton
of rullroud Iron for the Southern Pad.
fie Itallroad company, and Is consign
ed to Oeorge Tuylor. Captain Wood
brought In the vessel, which Is of 2191
tons net register. The "Norman Isle
Is the llmt fully laden teamshlp to ar
rive nt this Krt from Europe. Her
cargo will be discharged at Portland.
leaking at the rale of Ave inchc an
hour the burk Pig Bonnnxu has been
IcweJ Into San Francisco from Victoria
by the Defiance. For six days the
vessel bu 'ked against the west gult
and It wb only by continual work at
the pumps thnt she was kept afloat.
The vessel, which left Lndysmlth on
January 17 deeply laden with coal tor
the I'nltd States, encountered a storm
olf Chjhj Flattery and ' obliged to
run before the gale to Ksqulmalt. She
w ill discharge her curgo and be repair
ed. There was a pretty and successful
Inunchlng nt Leathern' bout yard yes
terday afternoon when the "Alexander
Jr " a gamllne tender for the Wcren
Parking cnmiwny, i(i into the v.ter.
The Inunch Is owned by Alexander Mul-
ler and I named after his little son.
The boat will make it trial trip today,
a 34-harse power Troyer engine und all
n.'ccsHary machinery having 1-cen in
stalled previous lo the launching. She
Is 5? feet over all nnd constructed w 1th
th pilot Ihhii. In the rear of the en
Office Constructing Quartermaster,
Astoria. Ore,, Feb. 4. 1903. Sealed
proposals In triplicate, will bo receiv
ed at thl office until 10 o'clock a- m.,
March 6, 1903, and then opened, for the
construction of a plank rood on Fort
C:inby military reservation, Washing
ton. Pinna and specifications may ce
BOi'n and further Information obtained
here. Right Is reserved to accept or rr
Ject any or all proposals. Envelopes
should be marked "Proposals tor Plank
.Iload at Fort Canby, Wash." and ad
dressed to Geo. L. doodale. dipt, nnd
Quartermaster, L S.' Army.
Th wark of floating the German bark
Alsteruixe wn commenced yesterday,
when a crew of 30 men wn sent to the
scene. nurlng the day Lloyd's sur
veyor were down from Portland to
view the wreck. It developed dining
the afternoon that the tug Samson had
been engngod to assist In floating the
vessel. The Samson I very powerful
and will be of valuable assistance. The
crew sent down yesterday will work
night nnd day to remove the ballast,
and p-rhiips may lower the musts. The
efforts of the men will be directed to
ward lightening the vessel so that she
will float at high water. Her nose is
on Sand Island and the ballast will prab
ably be dumped ashore there. Large
kedge anchor will be placed out and
cable run from them to the ship' big
engine. Thi. with the work pf the
tugs, ought to f)6at the ship. Shipping
men are of the opinion that the work
will be ucceBful, and at much less ex.
pense than la usually attached to un
dertakings of the kind.
Th Tiwoma Time ay: "Prof.
Ki'lmealud posse sees a beautiful voice,
with clear, silvery tone. He under
stands how to reach the heart of all.
Ill singing bring ray of cheerful
light Into our souls, and cause us to
smile, even through our tear. The
professor's charming vole and expres
sive styl-j was captivating, and brought
tear to the eye of many. The concert
wn a .complete ucce." Please bear
In mind, that the professor sing at the
First MethodUt chur:h of Aatorla Wed
nesiluy evening, February 11,
. The work of putting In the telephone
line between ml city and the Lewis
and (Mark Is progressing rapidly. Poles
are erected, from Chadwell to Youngs
buy bridge and the wire and other
ne.'tary equipment ha arrived from
Portland and will be made use of at an
eurly date. J. W. Keith, the Instl
gutor, promoter and chief agitator of
the whole moviment I greatly elated
over the success of the plan to put the
resident of the Lewi and Clark Into
Immediate und closer communication
with the outside world und his feelings
in the matter are but Illustrative of the
Fred A. Bcllen and L.Veysey, Lloyd's
surveyors, were down from Fortland
yesterday lo Investigate the stranding
of the fiermun bark Aisternlxe, Mr.
Itellen was formerly conntcted with the
firm of Wolff and Zwlcker. and helped
build the torpedo boats that were turn
ed out of the Portland shop. He says
thnt Astoria is the greatest place In
th country for a uhlpyard, because of
the depth of the water here, the fact
that there is no danger from freshet
and because this city Is located In the
heart of the timbering bell, where the
In-At timber can be e und at ull times.
Mr. H.-llen hoie that a shipyard will
soon be built at Astoria, and expresses
the conviction thut II would lie a paying
The following Interview was contri
buted to the Journal lust evening by a
local resident: "business in the city
by the sea is picking up wonderfully.
Many new Improvements are being con
templated by the city aud this spring a
number of the old. worn out utreet
pavements will be improved. The fish
ing business has not been quite as pros
lerous us it should have been, but the
money which Is usually svent by the
fishers Is now being turned loose by
the lumbermen who cannot yet return
to their work sn account of the con
dition of the weather. The large ex
port sawmill being constructed by the
Hume Mill company at Tongue point
will bo completed about July 1. The
new mill will have a capacity of alout
250,000 feet of lumber a day and will
be one of the largest on the coast."
The remarkable durability of wood
when used us conduits where iwiter Is
of strong pressure, as shown by the re
port of the clerk at the water commis
sion recently, is well Illustrated by a
dispatch from San Fruncfcico. The
Niagara Fulls Powr company has
made a bid for thre million feet of
redwood timber, to be delivered at Buf
falo, N. V.. next July. The offer hus
been accepted und the deal w ill probab
ly be closed within a few days. The
redwood la to be used Instead of steel
for a great tunnel to be constructed
this summer. The reason given for the
preference for the California wood h
that when water passes over It con
tinually there forms a surface of soapy
and pasty nature which 1b proof against
corrosion, whereas In the case of steel
the particles ofvund and matter. can be
carried with' great velocity from the
Niagara river and they cut Into and
destroy the steel In an Incredibly short
spue of time.
11. C. Pell is here from Portland.
A. C. Murdoch Is In the city from Ta
comu. 11. J. Young Is In the city from Mc
Gowun. Mrs. W. E. McAfee visiting In
J. H. Aklns Is registered at the Par
II. W. Heed and I. B Elbon are here
'jumcfi Monory of Marshland, Ore.,
Is In the city.
E. Mey Sr. Is registered at the Occi
dent from Portland. "
J. Herman Lewis of Portland Is' a
guest of the Occident.
A Berg, an exporter of Portland, was
in the city yestjrday.
J. W. Relth was in the city yesterday
from his ranch on the Lewis and Clark.
Kufus Mallory and J. Couch Flanders
were In the city yesterday from Port
In tid on legul business.
Miss Mabel Jelters who has been suf
fering from an attack of the grippe Is
on the rapid roud to recovery.
Mrs. J. L. Vosburg arrived from
Portland Inst night to Join her hus
band who Is In the city enroute for
Shipment of lump coal. S. Elmore
C. J. Trenchard
Insurance Commission and Snipping
Agent Well Fargo and Pa
olflo Express Companies. Cos
ton Hons Broker.
WILL STAV Willi fllUON
ML't'I'OICTKItM AKK LOYAL
TO AHTOKIA MAN.
(Jeer Forcrs IlHh-Hrtn-l and
Election of LondliiK Can-dldalc-Is
Salem, Feb. 10. (Special Correspond
ence to The Astorlan) There are no
new development In the senatorial con
test, and probably will not be during
the present week. It la a well known
fact that Mr. Fulton hns at least eight
vote that will come to him, when he
says the word, and this has dishearten
ed the Geer faction, as five of the vote
nr from his ranks, and three frorr
Multnomah. The Fulton forces held a
caucus la-t evening, at which they all
decided to stay with Fulton to the last
ballot, one week from Friday. This
with th eight pledged to him. will give
him 4! votes, or within two of enough
to elect. There are several members
who will not be a party to a holdup,
and will no doubt go to Fulton, as there
Is not and cannot be any organized op
position to hlnrw
The illness of Senator Mitchell Is
viewed with alarm here, the impression
prevailing that he is a very sick man,
wilh no possible chunce of recovery
There is some talk of adjourning the
legislature for one month, awaiting his
condition, In order thnt the legislature
may elect his successor, instead vt al
lowing the governor to appoint. HI'
family have been telegraphed for, and
his son, who lives In Portland, has gone
to Washington pursuant to a telegram
The Astoria charter bill has passed
the nous? and is now in the senate.
The poll tax voting clause was elimin
ated prior to its being sent to Salem
The bill simply amends the charter rel
ative to making street assessment,
and providing for the funds of the city.
No other amendments of Importance
are included. C. J. C.
SEARCHING FOK THE POLE.
Until different means have been adop
ted from those tried hi the past It
seems about useless to make any fur
ther effort to locate the North pole. It
Is also useless to n.ake an effort to cure
disorders of the stomach, liver, kind
neys or bowels unless you use Hostet
ter's Stomach Bitters, which Is world
renowned as a cure for such ailments.
It will strengthen and tone up the wealr
stomach, restore the appetite, and
stimulate the liver and kidneys. There
is no medicine In the world so good as
the Bitters to cure sick headache,
heartburn, indigestion, dyspepsia, con
stipation, liver and kidney troubles ot
malaria, fever and ague. , When In
need of a remedy of this kind do no1
fail to try the Bitters. It will surely
do you good. Don't accept a substi
tute. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
To Whom It May Concern: This is
to notify all parties concerned, that th
partnership heretofore existing between
P. Q. Larson and Henry Hoeck ha-
been, by mutual consent, this day dis
solved. The said Henry Hoeck ha?
succeeded to the property and rights
and business, the said P. G. Larson re
tiring therefrom. All bills now owing
to the firm must be paid to said Henry
Hoeck. Dated February 2nd. 1303.
P. G. LARSON.
READ ALL OF THIS.
You Never Know the Moment When
This Information M.iy Prove
of Infinite Value.
It Is worth considerable to any reader
to know the value and use of medicine,
for If there Is no occasion to employ It,
in the meantime, frail humanity Is sun
Ject to so many Influences ana unror-
seen contingencies that the wisest are
totally unable to guage the future.
Know, then, that Doan's Ointment will
cure any case of hemorrhoids, common
ly known as piles, or any disease of the
cuticle or skin, generally termed ecs
ma. One application convinces a
continuation cures. Read the proor:
T. H. Thomas, attorney of 600 E.
Bennett avenue, Cripple Creek, says:
"I Just as emphatically endorse Doan's
Ointment today as I did In the montti
of June 1S99. At that time I went to a
drug store for a box which I used for
Itching hemorrhoids. A few applica
tions gave wonderful relief, and a snort
continuation of the treatment cured me
There have been symptoms of a recur
rence since, but a few applications of
the remedy never falls to bring positive
relief. My opinion of Doan's Ointment,
then expressed, is the same today as It
was when It was first brought to my
For sale by all dealers; rrtce 50 cents
per box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo
N. Y. sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name DOAN'S and
take no substitute.
For sale by Charles Rogers.
Dr. T. It. Ball
Vi Commercial Street Astoria, Or.
C. 01. Ban,
$71 Commercial Rt, Astoria, Ore.
TBLJSPHONB RED 1041.
Tooth and Hafcr Brushes
, Froiii 25c. to $1.50 Highest Grade Made in Japon
FOARD a STORES CO.
Astoria - - Ore.
Opened January h 1903
ASTORIA'S NEWEST HOTEL
Best Entertainment at Moderate Prices ,
Corner Seventeenth and Commercial Sts.
Now in the time to buy Heating and Gsiking Stoves
AT LOW PRICES
All kinds of House Fiirniehiiig Goods,
Carjiet Laying and Uplioluteriug.
Adams . Henning'sen
416-422 Bond Street
NEW STYLE CHOP HOUSE
P. P. PETERSON, Proprietor
BEST ARRANGED EATING HOUSE IN ASTORIA
EVERYTHING THE MARKET AFFORDS
The Finest Hotel in the Northwest
PORTLAND, - - OREGON
cannot be expended to better advantage foi yoursell
or absent friends than in a year's subscription for the
It gives all the city and county "ews twice each week
foi only one dollar a year in advance. ...
MISS IDA M. SNYDER,
Treasurer of the Brooklyn East End Art Club.
larities are gener
ally the beginning
vi a wuiiiiui a uuu
low ebb, the blood wak
ened, the digestion disor
rfered, she goes about vale
faced, hollow-eyed and W
gard, a piteous contrast to
the blooming health of
her former self. But over
1.000.000 women have found
health again by taking Wine of Cardui.
As a regulator of the menstrual periods
Wine of Cardui has never been known
to fail. It has seldom failed to restore
perfect health, even in the most persis
tent and aguravated case of weakness.
Miss Ida M. Snvder, of No. 636 Ber
gen Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., has nsed
Wine of Cardui and the says it helped
her into a new life. Health to Miss
Snyder is worth a great deal. She is
an attractive young woman with intel
lectual attainments and she occupies
the position of Treasurer of the Brook
lyn East End Art Club. This position
marks her as a person of intellect cul
ture and refinement and it speaks highly
of the respect and trust her fellow
women have in her. . She writes:
"If women would pay more attention
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Lunch BasKets, etc
to their health we would
have more hippy wives,
mothers and daughters, ana
if they would use more intel
ligence in the matter of medi
cines, observing results, they
would find that the doctors'
prescriptions do not perform
the many cures they arc given
"In consulting with my
druggist he advised McElree s
'Wine of Cardui and Thed-
ford's Black-Draught, and so I took it
and have every reason to thank film for
a new life opened up to me with restored
health, and it only took three months to
You may secure the same relief as
Miss Snyder, if you take Wine of Cardui
as she took it. Thedford's Black
Draught is the companion medicine of
Wine of Cardui and it is a liver and
bowel regulator which assists greatly
in effecting a cure. If you take these
medicines according to directions, the
relief and cure is simple. Some cases
are cured quickly and others take longer
because the disease has run- longer.
Remember how Miss Snyder took Wine
of Cardui and has health. The same
medicines are offered you to-day.
A million suffering women
have found relief in