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ASTORIA, OREGON, FRIJMY, FEBRUARY 13, 1903.
Don't Take Our Word For It
Come and see for yourselves
IIAULEr FOOD (RuMon's) r r.i'-KK
l'ANCAKK FUJI! It (UHlRtoii'a Mlf rim iik) per pnikiige
OHANOKH (NvlIh per dot
Oil APIS ntUIT (very large) er down ,, ,
KOKNI.KT (beat what wan) it ton
THM STOItl'3 YOU HRAll HO MUCH AliOUT.
ROSS. HIGGINS , CO.
MONTHLY TIDE TAIJLGH
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t:IH .l WvdnfNduy .
:66 6.0 1 Thursday . .
8:12 6.S ; Friday . . .,
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Ili41 7.0 Monday .' . .
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1:41 Friday . . .,
Ms 1.1 Hutqrday . .
1:16 7.7ni!NAY , .
4:05 7.0 Monduy . , .
4:6 . Tuesday . .
0:02 6.1 : Wt'dncadny ,
7;U 6.4 ' Wixlnriiduy .
1:31 6.1 ' Tluimdny . ,
:4I 6.7 Friday . . .
11: 51 I.I
VtMr . .
THE MORNING AST0RIAN
TO BAY'S WBAT11KH
I'orilaml. Fob. 13. Western Oregon
and WMlilnnlnn, Friday- llirrntenln
with Hfht rain or anow.
Four up-lo-dalo Urtmrs at the Occi
dent. Tot don't have to wait,
For Itcnl-A furnlslwd front room,
oguue floor. HO Fourth street.
Hosdiu.u in for val"titlne at vtn
m' bonk lor; all kind nnd prue.
For Rmd. ivllalil" plnno work te
your l I tuner, Th. Fredertckaen.
1071 itond atrret. Phone 2074 Red.
Teu UI aiuaya find the beat lie meal
(a the otty at the RUIng Bun reatau
fnt. No 91 Commercial atreet.
Uii Kiful allow ever given In Aalorla.
February 17. at Flahera' opttrn houe.
Kenerved aenta, 60 rla. Hide opena on
Monday morning at Orlffln's book a'.ore
Hmlal aalo of rnrpet remnanla, 600
ptUm to aelert from. Imluring ax-mlnati-ra.
velvets, and ly llruHaelx.
whMi we are ofTering at factory prliin.
A tnlow itl!iy. C'lma. lMlboin
C. II AliboK opll.lun. of PorUnnd
will be at the Occident hotel, Anlorltt,
roni Tu-Hd iy, 1 . m. la Wrdneaday
k i. in.. Kb. IJ and IS. Olnwica fit
ted :o rvlteve headtuhca and weary
f- ('hlldivn'ii ejv it aiecliilty,
An enoi'uwlt' inaniiger for oft lew (o b
oieiu-d In till city for large munufur
turlng coin-o n. Salary 3UMI per iiirmth
extrn coimnlHiliiii an,! pxienae. t'.OO
.'Ah MfH inity hmhiIiihI. Hem of rcf
rence. Addreaa Mnnnger I', n, box
Il"4 Han Francisco, t'nllf.
What la tun trouble Fuully rtumo
log and Mir flKturea? Fur Iho bent
:viiltjry plumbing good and Ktilllful
thorough vioikmniiHlilp nd your or
dera to No. 4J5 lUind atreet. Tinning,
lOH-IIUln;; and hunting, .lolin A.
W. J. rf.'iilly. th,. liivrdwuic atoro und
tiiiNlion man, ban moved from hi old
location on Horn! aireet to No, 170-172
(Vmimerclrtl atreel. iipimHllo the He
hlve, where he haa a well uppotntcil
storeroom nml nliop, a fine Klock of
atovea. raii.H(, bath (jibs, plumber'
goodx, hnrdwaie, tinware, etc., and
tha best of fnrllltlea for plumbing and
A dlMpatih from Vallejo, Oillf., te-
celveil at thla office 4aya that official
order from the navy department huve
been reedced lit .he Mare Inland navy
y.ud to proceed lih tlio contracts to
IrahMfoi'iii the truiuaport Orn'nt Into a
gigantic diedgo. AlteintlmiH ind ro-imli-a
lu'ceanury mean a sum of $C65,.
(KM) without extra. When eompleteU
the Grant will q4o the Columbln river
to bewln di-edglug operation,
why nae gelatine and l"rBTSg
tjiend houra aoaklng, JklaJtlAri
and ooloring when
produoea better result la two mlnutei
Ererythlng in the package. Simply add hot
water and aet to oooL It'aperfeotion. Aiur
prise to the housewife. Mo trouble, lew eg.
penae. Try it to-day. In Four Fruit FU.
Ton i Lemon, Orange, Btrawberry, Hasp,
kerry. Atgrooera, lOo,
I afT aTai W m
I A. M. 1. M. "
Ih.m) ft. h.m. ft7
0:03 1.2 (:10 O.f
:4l l. 0:45 1.1
10:35 1.7 10:28 1.8
11:34 1.1 11:16 2.4
0:11 l.o 1:67 1.1
1:20 1.4 1:13 0.1
2:64 3.(1 4:20 0,4
4:11) 3.4 6:1(1-0.1
6:24 1.0 6:00-0.4
6:19 1.6 6:64 -0.6
7:06 1.0 7:38 -0.2
7:61 l. (14 0.0
1:30 1.4 1:60 0.6
9:24 1.3 0:29 1.0
10:12 1.3 10:05 1.7
11:06 1.4 10:4k 2.4
0:40 3.6 2:12 1.6
1:67 3.3 3:10 1.3
1:15 3.9 4:13 1.1
4:21 3.1 6:00 0.1
6:12 3.0 6:41 0.1
6:63 0.8 (:17 2.2
0:27 2.1 6:4(1 0.6
1:69 2.4 7:16 0.7
7:30 1.9 7:42 0.1
Haiurdny . .
Monday . . ,
i Ttlimduy , .
j Wednesday .
'Thursday . .
Wanted to Itent houao.
Iihi office box 580, Aatorla,
Sweet navel orangca fium 20 to 45c
the tloncii. Jolirmon llnwi.
The Three Vuleiillnea, world'a great
eat fun-imiker. Library benefit. Febru
Hwoet '-ream 15 rente a pint. No
charge for whipping. Tagg-a randy
The Ladle Aid lety of the M.
V.. church will hold a grand Kaater aale
Have you tried our Queen Ollvca In
bulk? If not, you have mlxaed a treat,
The afeumer Sue II. F.lmont will leave
for Tillamook buy point Bitlurday,
Fcbi uury 11, at 7 a. m.
Wanted Someone to build a rottuge
and rent to me under leiute, or would
buy, Addiemi P. O. box 660.
Henry Knrvnnen ha leen adjudged
Inanne and committed to the ueylum at
Salem. He hna already been taken
The renowned McAronl Uroa,, ae
kooulcdR.il the bent male iiuartet on
two continent Flnher' operu houe,
Imported SwIkn nnd Rdum cheese,
full crciim WiHidland rheeae, Tillamook
brick chceee, SapHogo ehee-, etc., nt
rii'Kt time on any Htage In Axtorla,
the "Man From Arlannn," lde-pllt-Ing
fail" comedy by well-known nrtlRts
FiHher' opera house, Feb. 17.
Cnri ct i'emnant-PO0 diffcient put
tern at lex thun wholesale price.
V -iy suitable for rugH. See window
dUplay. , Cha. Hellborn ft Hon.
The degree of Poenhontu will give a
Nulentine bull nt Hanlhorn's hall till
evening. Tlckela 50 cent; ladle free;
ilillilren unlr 13 year, 10 cents.
(inind vaudeville hov; L'OII century
mlnxtrela In e:lltle of the htghext
order; elaborut? eoetuine; beautiful
Hcencry, etc. Fluher' opera house,
Tuesday, Fi hruury 1"
Tom Itcllly of Seattle wu given the
doclHlon butt night over Al Nell of Pan
Fnncbico nt the end of the 20th round
before the runtime club In Portland,
Hellly wa the ;iggreor most of the
Nnvlgatlon wn extremely difficult on
the river yeaterday, especially during
the brief mum-storm that prevailed ilur
Ing tho nflernoon. The weather wug
blinding nnd bitterly cold, and navi
gator were glad to tie up to their
docks for the night.
Ulen Meiieinon, a private In tho Tlilr-ty-fourth
artillery, stationed nt Fort
Steven, vas arrested In Portland yes
terday on complaint of Fred linker,
it member of the Third artillery, sta
tioned at tho same place. The two
men. according lo the story told by
linker, left Fort Steven three days
ago for the purpose of having a good
tlmo In Portland. During n brief round
of pleasure, while nt Astoria, Baker
gave Menemen for safe keeping the
sum of S17. The Thirty-fourth artillery
man Invested tho sum In a ult of
clot,hos Immediately after reaching
Portland, hence hlu arrest, The state
ment is made that Menemen intended
to desert and further while at Astoria
ho cashed a 110 worthies check, The
proper authorities have been notified. I
Hi steamer Vanguard yesterday
towed a barge loaded wlih two defi use
rllles aero the river to Fort Colum
bia. Xtoe 1m a 1-inch and the other a
4-lmh gun, . They arrived from the
eat a few days ago. Con traitor L
beck hud the shipping of the guns from
thla point In charge.
The annual report of Master Fish
Warden Van Dusen for the year 1902
ha lieen received at this office from
Secretary of Btato Dunbar. The re
port deals almost excuUlvoly with ar
tiflclnl propagation, and shows that
the number of fish spawned ut the
Oregon hatcheries for tho year was 33,
0?.0, of which 2.M3,52 were spawned
In the Columbia river district. The to-
twl cost of operating tha hulcherle of
the state was :'0,0U.23.
Tloblns have made their appearance
In the city In large numbers, and dur
Ing yesterday's snow every lot In town
wu dotted wllh pretty bird. The
bad boy Is occasionally seen with his
rllle, but there will probably be lees
shooting thla yeur thun formerly, lis the
law ag.ilnst killing song birds will be
strictly enforced. Any !y found
shooting at robin will be iuren!l nnd
prosecuted to the full ext'Tit of the
Orent Falls, Mont., Tribune: Prof.
K-'IimkU'I hue a splendid tenor voice,
And lo all lovers of mulc hi reiid'tlon
of difficult number has been a revel
ation. All who heard him' speuk In
highest terms of his ability." The
only one who will feel regret, after the
concert, In the First Methodist church
Is over will lie those who neglected to
secure a ticket for the occasion. Ho
don't get left, but wen re a ticket at
once nt Orlffln's book store Wednes
day evening, February IS. I the date
The disruption that threatened the
Kopp-Haln Lumber company I now an
axiored ImposHlhlllty and the work of
putting up the buildings for the pro
posed mill may commence at any time.
A meeting of the directors of the
Tongue Point syndicate wua held yes
terday und the concessions requeued
by Mr. Kopp were readily granted. The
trouble ha been over the dispute of a
boundary line involving the transfer of
the Kelly tract and now that that has
bwn eliminated no further trouble I
At their meeting yesterday afternoon
the ladle of the V. C. T. V. appoint
ed a committee to arrange for the op
ening of their rooms In the Flavel brick
on Itond street an an evening resort for
Ixiys und men of the city who may be
In need of such a place to end their
evening In reading, playing games, etc.
The ladle expect to bear the expense
themselves for the present and will
probably lie ready for the opening in
about two weeks. For this purpose
donutlnna of paper, muguxlnes, books,
games, etc., will be very thankfully re
ceived. Office Constructing Quartermaster,
Astoria, Ore., Feb. 4.-1903. Sealed
proposals in triplicate, will be receiv
ed nt this office until 10 o'clock a. m.,
Murvh 5. 1903, and then opened, for the
construction of a plank road on Fort
Canby military reservation, Washing
ton. Plnns and specifications may be
e--n and further information obtained
here. Illght Is reserved to accept or tc
Ject any or all proposals. Envelopes
should lie marked "Proposal for Plank
Road at Fort Canby, Wash." and ad
dressed to Oeo. L. Ooodole, ("apt. nnd
Quartermaster, IT. 8, Army.
The 5-year-old '.on of William N...i tln,
a well known saloon man. was kld-
napied yesterday evening In n nensa
tlonal manner. The Kidnapper was
Mrs, Martin, who has eucceeded In es
caping from the city with the child.
The fnthr Is Infuriated and will do
everything in his power to secure the
return of the boy. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mar
tin have been separated for some time,
the ruber retaining custody of the boy,
to whom he la very much attached.
Last evening Mrs. Martin visited his
apartments during his absence, secured
the child, placed It In a hack and hur
ried It to the enstern portion of the
city, where she boarded a launch that
was In waiting. She hus presumably
taken flight to the Washington side of
the river. On learning of the mutter
Mr. Martin tried to engage a launch
to pursue the woman, but It was rea
lized that she could not lie overtuken.
The matter wag then reported to the
News from Sulem regarding the sen
atorial situation is to the effect that
Senator Fulton has a "cinch." It will
be recalled that the prediction was
made some weeks ago that the Astoria
ntnn could not hoie to hold hi strength
for more than 10 days, nnd th.it he
muat be elected very early, If at all,
However, he Is tho only candidate who
hus not lot a vote, and this Is taken
to mean that his ultimate success is
certain, He has almost a majority of
tna republican vote at the present
time, and when the end of the session
come enough nddltjonul votes will, It
la reliably stated, come over to him and
elect him. It is understood from In
formation received last night that
Jones of Lincoln county, who has been
voting for JJiiiffer Hermann, will cast
his ballot for Mr. Fulton today, If he
arrives at tho capital. Mr. Fulton Is
expected to moke further gains before
the lust day. Friend of the Astoria
candidate are very much pleused with
the outlook, and are predicting sure
auccoea for him.
Hi nator McOlnn's child lubor bill was
the most Important measure passed by
th house of representative yesterday
morning. Evidently the member had
their mindg made up, or there wu only
one brief speech by Kddy, and not a
single negative vote. Thi important
feature f this bill are: "No child un
der 14 year of age ahull be employed In
any factory, store, workshlp, mine or
In the telegraph, telephone or public
messenger service. No such child shall
be employed In any work or firm for
wage or other compensation to
whomsoever payable, during the hour
when the public schools of the town,
district or city In which he or she re.
sides are In sesnlon. No child under
10 years .if age shall tie employed at
any work before the hour of (fn th?
morning or after the hour of 7 nt night,
nor employed for longer than 10 hours
for any one day, nor more than six
days In any one week. No person
sh.ill employ any minor under 11 years
of age who cuiinot read or write,'
- The bill providing that all execution
shall take place In the state penitent!
try, which ha passed both houses and
will receive the approval of the govern
or, beconvs effective alxiul June 1. The
bill provide as follows: "All execu
lions must take place within the Inclo-
ure of the penltvntlary. The suptrln
tendent of the penitentiary must be
present at the execution and must In
vite the prernco of one or more phynl
eluns, the attorwy-general of the slute
th'.' sheriff of the county in which the
Judgment waa rendered, and at least 12
reputable citizen, to be selected by
him; and he ahull, at the request of
the defendant, permit such ministers of
the cesel. not exceeding two as the de
fendant may name, and In the discre
tion of the superintendent of the peni
tentiary such relatives and friend of
the defendant a he may think cxpedi
ent; but no other persons than those
mentioned In this section can be present
at the execution, nor can any person
unje-r the age of 21 year be allowed to
witness the same."
A fierce fluht between sailors occur
red at the Victoria dock In Portland
Wednesday .afternoon, and the Tele
gram say it was precipitated by the
crimps, who were after blood money.
The Journal tells a different story,
averring that the fight was between
imlloin. According to the Telegram
Captain Porter of the British ship Rlv-
ensJ.il- engage. three sailors to ehlp
with him. and that while these men
were on their way to the vessel, they
were set upon by one of the White
brothers and a gang of men and ter
rlbly beaten. One if the sailors is miss
ing end the Telegram expresses the be
lief thut he has been murdered. The
matter has been reported to the po
lice. A later dispatch received at this
office says that Charles Buren, the
sailor from the ship Ulversdale who
wa thought to have been murdered by
the crimps hus been located in Van
couver. Wash., In company with one
of the White Brothers' sailor boarding
house muster. Buren was kidnapped
and will probably be held under cover
until the TMversdule sails and then the
sailor boardlnghouse people can exact
blood money. The trouWe arose yes
terday over the failure of the captain
of the Rlversdale to puy tribute to
them. The crimps assaulted four sail
ors and tried to turn the ship adrift".
THK NEW FISH BILL.
Measures That Increase License on
Gear and Dealer Generally.
The house committee en fisheries has
presented the new fish bill Increasing
license. The Mil r''ovldes the follow
lug licenses, the amounts first named
being those carried In the bill and the
amounts named swond being those In
effect under the present law:
For each drag seine, not exceeding
500 feet In length, f 15 3t0.
For each additional foot In length.
the further sum of 3c lo.
For each gill net, 32.50-J2.50.
For each set net, 31 31.
For each pound net, trap or weir,
For each scow rlsh wheel, $1!5 315.
For each stationary fish wheel. $35
For any person or firm, engaged In
the business of canning fresh salmon,
the license has been changed, the first
(lgtireg showing the proposed bill and
the second the present license.
Those of the first class, 1175 $100.
Second class, $2503150.
Third f lass. $3S-$200.
Fourth class, $400 $250.
Fifth class, $475-3300.
Sixth class, J55O-$350.
Seventh class, $625 $400.
Flghth class, $700-4450. V
The bill does away with the annual
license fee of $1 a year charged each
person heretofore, and also the require
ment that everyone fishing should be
a resident of Oregon.
The amendment to this lust section Is
"It sail be unluwful for any person
to take or fish for salmon or sturgeon,
In any waters of this state, unless sucn
. person shall be a clllttn of the United
Styles, or has declared his Intention
to become such, and has been a bona
fido resident of the stute of Oregon, the
slute of Washington or Idaho, for the
period of six months; provided that a
license Issued by the state of Wash
ington, such state having concurrent
Jurisdiction on the Columbia river with
this state, shall be deemed valid as to
glllnetH. and as to gill net fishermen
for use on the Columbia river, as
though issued by the fish worden of
PROSPfC) NOT BRIGHT
ALgTKKN'IXK CANNOT BE
Look Like Mhe Will Remain on
Hand Hplt Until die High
Tides of Next Month.
If present Indications are to be relle
upon, the German bark Alstcrnlxe will
not be floated until next month. For
several day the tide have been unusu
ally high, but today's tide will be the
high one. If the veel I noi
fl i.it-Kl today, she will probably remain
In her sandy bed until March 2 or 3,
when more high tides will occur.
A 4000-pound anchor was taken down
to the scene of the wreck Wednesday
afternoon and placed out at low water.
About 3000 feet of cable wa attached
to the anchor and the line was run to
the engine aboard the hlp. During
Wednesday night and yesterday morn
ing the men h'-aved on the line, but
the anchor would not hold and waf
dragged a considerable distance toward
the ship. Effort to float the vessel
wlih one anchor were given up yester
It will be necssary, then, to secure
additional an.hors. Last evening
Captain Auhagen and two of the under
writer came up to the city to see
whether or not additional anchors
can be secured. It is unlikely tha'
this gear can be sent down ia time for
work on today's tide, and everything
points to the vessel remaining where
she Is for a few weeks to come. If
the gear were available Immediately,
the ship could probably be floated, but
the delay will keep her there for some
One of the men who came up last
evening from the wreck stated that
the vessel floated at time, "While she
was not fully afloat yesterday, she wl'l
occasionally rise completely oft the bot
tom on heavy swells, he said. "She
rolls In the bed she has made for her
self, and altogether her position is fa.
vorable for successful work If the nec
essary gear were available. However.
I cannot see how the ship can be float
ed on the present high tides, and It Is
my opinion that she will remain In her
present position until the big tides early
in March. The anchor placed out came
home when we heaved on It, and more
anrhors must be set out. The tugs
have not yet hauled on the ship, but I
believe that one targe kedge anchor
would accomplish more than all three
The force of workmen sent down to
remove the ballast has made very slow
progress, and less than 25 toni have
thus far been removed. The vessel has
a bad list to port, which makes work
Blow. Before effort to haul her off can
be attempted with any reasonable hope
of success, much of the ballast must
be removed. This work will require
several days, the men say. so there Is
little chance of the ship being floated
About 25 of the 32 men of the Alster-
nlxc's crew have been at the scene of
the wrsck ever since the ship went
ashore. During Wednesday night 15
or 18 of the crew left the ship and
pitched camp on Sand island, fearing
that the ship would capsise. The men
sent down were very much amused at
the action of the sailors, who are still
on the islind. In view of the fact
that the ship has made a bed for her
self that Is 10 or 12 feet In depth, there
was absolutely no danger of her over
C. A. Coolldge la In Salem.
P. A. Stokes spent yesterday In Port
Mrs. Perry Olsen of Sktpanon was In
the city yesterdsy.
C. H. Callendar of Knappton wa In
the city yesterday.
Jack Callahan was In the city yester
day from Hammond.
Mrs. George Noland and son Virgil
are visiting In Eugene.
V. C. Sanders arrived In the city
yesterday from Portland.
Walter Allen was In the city yester
day from his home on Clatsop plains.
Mm. Fisher of Svensen has gone to
Portland where she enters a sanitarium
for treatment. She Is accompanied by
her sister, Mrs. J. W. Babblge of this
city. . .
All members of the carpenters' union
ara requested to be present at the meet
ing on Saturday evening, as business of
Importance Is to be transacted.
T. D. Sonden, Rec. Sec.
DISSOUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
To Whom It May Concern: This It I
to notify all parties concerned, that the
partnership heretofore existing between
P. Q. Larson and Henry Hoeck has
been, by mutual consent, this day dis
solved. The said Henry Hoeck ha
succeeded to the property and right I
ani business, the said P. Q. Larson re
tiring therefrom. All bills now owing
to the firm must be paid to aald Henry
Hoeck. Dated February 2nd, 1903.
P. Q. LARSON.
Made in Japan
From Telescopes, .
a srk Traveling BasKets,
tpiDJ Lunch BasKets, etc
Tooth and Hair Brushes
From 25c to $1.50 Highest Grade Mude in Jgpon
Opened January 1, 1903
ASTORIA'S NEWEST HOTEL
Bet Entertainment at Moderate Prices
Comer Seventeenth and Commercial Sts.
Now ig the time to buy Heating am! Gmking Stoves
AT LOW PRICES
All kimlg of Hone Furiiiehing GoihIb,
Carpet Laying and Upholstering.
Adams O. Henning'sen
416-422 Bond Street
P. P. PETERSON, Proprietor
BEST ARRANGED RATIXO HOUsE IN ASTORIA
EVERYTHING THE MARKET AFFORDS
cannot be expended to better advantage foi yourself
or absent friends than in a year's subscription for the
Semi "Weekly Astorlan
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 tho Brooklyn East End Art Club.
larities are gener
ally the beginning
ui a wuuiiwi a uvu-
bles. With the vitality at a
low ebb, the blood weak
ened, the digestion disor
dered, she goes about pale
faced, hollow-eyed and hag
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 agrravated case of wealiness.
Stiss Ida M. Snyder, of No. 535 Ber
gen Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., has used
Wine of Cardui and she 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 respeut and trust her fellow
women hare in her. She writes:
u women would pay more attention
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to their health wc wou!4
have more happr wives,
mothers and daughters, and
if tbey would tne mot in!t
licence In the matter of medi
cines, observing remits, they
would find that the doctors'
prescriptions do not perform
the many cures tiy are gvea
"In consulting with my
druggist he advised McEtree's
Viae of Cardui and Thed.
ford's Black-Draught, and so I took it
and have every reason to thank him (or
a new life opened up to me with restored
health, ana 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. Tnedford't 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 eases
are cured quickly and others take longer
because the disease has run longer.
Remember how M ins Snyder took W ins
of Cardui and has health. The name
medicines are offered yon to-day.
A million suffering women
have found relief in
Wine of Cardui.