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"Pop,'; did you look like me when
you were a boy?" "Yes, Willie; why
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Colonel Mclntyre Hat a Red-hot Sun
day at Ashbury Park.
, Ashbury Park, N. J. This fashion
able summer resort was visited last
week-end by Colonel Mclntyre and the
Central Provincial Quartet A special
feature of the campaign conducted by
the Colonel were the open-air gather
ings at the "Oospol Chariot" in the
grove, where the crowds listened with
rapt attention and appreciation. Des
pite the fact that the heat was intense,
with the thermometer registering 98
degrees in the shade, the meetings
were successful, and one soul claimed
Christ. Captain Cameron and Lieu
tenants Sowton and Jackson are car
rying on a good work here. W. II. 13.
"His 6lde Line.
"That poet who wrote an ode to a
bunch of daffodils and won the $10,000
price offered by the eastern magaslno
it that all be does for a living?" "By
no means. lie Is also an authority on
onion culture and is a staff contribu
tor for three agricultural Journals."
Hard to Please.
An old citizen in a country village,
being asked for a subscription toward
repairing the fence of the graveyard,
declined, saying: "I subscribed to
ward improving that burying ground
nigh on to forty years ago and my fam
ily hain't had no benefit from it yet"
A Six Foot Clock.
A six-foot clock which stands in an
office at Carlisle, Pa., has been operat
ed by electricity from the earth since
1870. A wire runs from the earth to
a magnet in the clock, and bo constant
has the supply of electricity been that
the clock has run well-nigh contin
uously since It was invented.
To Save Closet Space.
Metal towel racks, that have flat
places at each curved end to screw to
a wall, will almost double the capacity
of your closet if screwed to the bot
tom of the lower shelf. A dozen gar
ment hangers may bo suspended from
Club Motto. '
The motto of a certain women's club
Is "In great things unity, in small
things liberty, in all things charity."
What counts 1b what we feel within,
not what we do without Life.
A woman likes to marry a man who
feels that he was born to command,
Just to prove to him that he wasn't-Puck.
. - IS BASKET: HAT
With EJaborate Trimmings, the
Style Has Become Popu-.
v " lar in Paris. i f
WORN WITH TAILORED SUITS
Well Called Triumph of the Milliners'
Art Utilllty of Floating Veil Rec
ognizedWaistcoats of White
Tulle and -Various Flow
. ered Silks.
FOR SICK HEADACHE
SOUR STOMACH, DYSPEPSIA,
POOR APPETITE, CONSTIPATION.
LIVER COMPLAINT, BILIOUSNESS
ROMAN EYE BALSAM
FOR SCALDING SENSATION
IN EYES AND ALL FORMS OF IN
FLAMMATION OF EYES OR EYELIDS
Some doctors say that if a woman
could really rest until ten o clock ev
ery day she would add a decade to her
life. Rest Is the only thing that lets
us catch up with ourselves.
Novel Method of Revenge.
Jilted by her fiance, a young Paris
dressmaker avenged herself on the
young man recently by painting his
face and hands with black varnish
while he was asleep.
Exception to the Rule.
Brlggs "They say that 'two heads
are better than one.' " Griggs "That's
all a mistake. Both my wife and I
want to be the head of the house and
It doesn't work at all."
The "Topgf ade" Shoe
A Really Classy Shoe
If rear scaler im mi kudk mat Is'
PRINCE SHOE CO..
Technique, sooner or later, deter
mines the fate of a play. William T.
such as prickly heat ivy poisoning,
Insect bites and offensive perspiration
are quickly relieved by applying Ty-
ree s Antiseptic Powder. 25c. at drug
gists or write J. 8. Tyree, Washington,
u. c, for free sample. Adv.
A woman had three caskets to give
to a man. One day she read in his
eyes that he could take but the near
est and lowest and that instant arose
from her heart the walling cry. "The
king is dead." Will Levlngton Com'
For a Red
The Remarkable Action of
a Famous Remedy and
Some Facts About It.
The skin Is but a net work of fine blood
vessels. , And It la a perfectly natural
consequence that any influence In the
blood that Is a condition ot 111 health
makes Its first appearance In the skin.
There are certain medicinal properties
mat follow the oourse of the blood stream
and the Influence of these properties Is
tnat ot an antidote. This Is why 8. 8. 8.,
the best known blood purifier, has such
positive action in the skin. There Is
one Ingredient In S. B. 8. which peoullarly
stimulates cellulur or glandular activity
to select from the blood or from this
fine not work of blood vessels In the skin,
inosa elements which it requires for re
Ihus pimples, acne, eczema, lupus, or
any other blood condition that attacks the
skin or seeks an outlet through the skin
la met with the antidotal effect of 8. 8. 8.
The action of 8. 8. 8. in the cellulnj
tissues of the body serves the aotlve pur
pose of stimulating each cellular part to
the healthy and judicious selection of Its
own essential nutriment Not only this,
but if from the presence of some disturb
ing poison a condition ef disease arises,
8. & 8. so directs the local cells that this
poison is rejected and eliminated from
This Is why skin troubles vanish se
resdlly and why they do not return.
Under the influence of 8. & a this fine
net work of blood vessels In the skin Is
constantly taking from the blood the nu
trition required for healthy tissue and the
cause of disease is just as constantly be
ing removed, scattered and rendered
harmless. These facts are more fully
explained in a book on skin troubles sent
by The Swift Bpeclflo Co., 100 Swift
Blar., Atlanta, Go. You will And 8. & 8.
on sol at all drug stores. Cet a bottle
to-day and banish all skin afflictions.
ARIS. The basket hat is a quaint
affair! It is shaped almost ex
actly like a small basketand the
handle Is represented by a little
string of velvet or satin passed tight
ly under the chin. These novel hats
are trimmed with bunches of fruit or
with careless wreaths of small flow
M. Claude Cherys has sketched
basket hat to accompany this article.
Here you have this new and quite ori
ginal shape at its best The model
was made of Japanese straw in a deep
shade of midnight blue . and at one
side there was a splendid "coq de
roche" In a rich tomato red tint The
hat was tied under the chin with
strings of deep blue tulle. This shape
looks well when worn with tailored
suits of white linen and the brilliant
note introduced in the trimming of
the hat miKht be repeated In the
waistcoat or sash.
Another Cherys hat is quite pictur
esque in outline. It Is large and shady
and the brim Is not wired; the attrac
tlon of the hat is the supple brim,
which falls into graceful curves with
each movement of Its wearer. This
Is a Carller model. The hat itself is
made of satin In a rich port wine
shade, and this satin is veiled with
dull blue chiffon. The low crown is
wreathed with red berries framed In
dark green leaves; at one side there
Is a mount of folded green leaves and
berries. These wide "flop" shapes
are very fashionable. They are made
in all the newest varieties of straw as
well as In Leghorn and Tuscan. They
demand a young and pretty face, for
the "flop" hat is apt to add unwel
come years when adopted by a woman
who has passed her first youth
Floating Veil Popular.
The floating veil, which originally
oame from the States, Is amazingly
popular. There is a great art in ar
ranging and wearing these long veils.
NEW BASKET HAT.
An Enviable Record
the history of our schi
14fi7 C" tor offlp Ip last rear. This b the burseat denand for
. . hela eer reoonlwl la the history of any eolleae In the North,
west, and affords as an excellent opportunity to Guarantee poeittoM to eur
Write as at once for Information eonoemtn ear courses: Bookkeeping.
Ehorthuid, Penmanship, TypewriUnc ToJacraphy.
I. M. WALKER. PreoWoM. rewth St-, Near Morris Parties Or,
Quaint basket hat In deep blue
straw, trimmed with an Immense coq
de roche In a deep shade of tomato
red. Wide strings of blue tulle.
To look well they must be pinned on
the hat as though they were going to
cover the face, and then they must be
carelessly thrown back and allowed
to fall loosely over the shoulders, or
more correctly, over one shoulder.
Several well known French women
have long made a practice of wearing
these veils. For example, Mme. Ed-
mond Rostand, Mme. Catulle Mendes,
the VIcomtesse d'Orlgny, Comtesse
Qreffulhe and others. These long
veils look splendid when made of real
fine black lace; they are effective In
white also, but the fine black lace
veils meet with most approval from
the exclusive Parlslennes. For the
Trouvllle season those long veils will
be in great demand. When stirred by
sea breezes they float out in a delight
ful fashion, making a fascinating
frame for face and hair. These veils
can be worn with severely plain sailor
shapes, when the brim of the hat is
sufficiently wide; they do not look
well with small sailor hats, though
they can be made to give excellent
effects when worn with close fitting
toques. Various laces are used for
such veils as those just described, fine
Chantilly, Malines, point d'Angleterre,
eto. For garden hats or for morning
wear at the seaside the most fashion
able hats are thoso made of rough
natural straw In the "canotler" or
sailor shape, or the same shape cov
ered with fine linen in two shades.
White linen canotiers lined with pale
blue or pale linen look well when ac
companied by a floating veil In pale
tinted chiffon. Everything is done
to bring about picturesque, extra,
Whits Tulle Waistcoats.
In Paris they are making a spe
cialty ot white tulle waistcoats, little
sleeveless garments which give an air
of extreme distinction to a simple
linen suit These waistcoats are
sometimes set in fine tucks and bor
dered with a flat niching, sometimes
they are made of two thicknesses of
tulle and left plain, with a border of
washing silk in white or some very
.. The prettiest possible buttons are
introduced on these 'garments; ba
roque pearls, turquoises set in rims of
paste, little globus of pale quartz, etc.
Now that lace and net frills are al
most ubiquitous on the front of sum
mer blouses these net and tulle waist
coats complete an ultrasummary cos
tume. The Bult Itself may be of the
plainest , order, Just a well tailored
coat and skirt in white linen or thin
blue serge. Both skirt and coat
should be guiltless of. trimming, but
the frilled chemisette and ,. dainty
waistcoat will make the whole thing a
delight to the eye.
In Flowered 811k.
Flowered silk waistcoats fashioned
in modified Louis XIV. style are also
very fashionable. These waistcoats
have pockets at breast and hips; they
are always double breasted and they
are frequently finished with buttons
of great value. These Louis XIV. and
Louis XV. waistcoats can be worn
with all sorts and conditions of coats.
those of satin, linen, serge, shantung,
eto. Some of the new flowered silks
sent out by the famous Lyons firms
are rarely beautiful. Sometimes the
ground Is of shot silk and the flowers
are of the "blurred" order, sometimes
irregular sprays of roses or pansies
are thrown against a ground of white
watered silk. Oreat care must be
taken to have buttons which harmon
ize with some leading tint in the flow
ers. In Paris the attention is concen
trated on such apparent trifles as but
tons and shoe buckles, with the result
that a note of extreme richness is
frequently added to ah otherwise sim
New Neck Ruffles.
Neck ruffles of the order in which in
Paris is called "tour de cou" are more
popular than ever. And they are made
In endless variety. Some of the most
charming are those composed of fine
silk tulle In two, even three, different
shades; for example, white, palma vio
let and black, or again, rose DuBarry,
China blue and black. . On the other
hand the ruffles made of pure white
tulle are full of fascination. They
make an .enchanting frame for the
face and, comparatively inexpensive,
are within reach of all. For young
girls soft ruffles of white silk tulle
with pale roses set into the folds are
lovely. These ruffles can be tied by
long lengths of soft satin ribbon or
they can be invisibly fastened with
a hook and eye. It Is very much the
fashion to make neck ruffles and hat
trimmings to match, a wide ruffle of
black and white tulle Inset with deep
red roses circling the hat crown as
well as the throat, for example.
Home Made Ruga.
Any woman may make at very small
cost the most artistic rug to corre
spond with any desired color scheme.
After cutting rags in the usual way,
sew them hit or miss, and then color
them. This will produce a blended ef
fect of many tones of the same color
that is very effective. They should
have a border of a good, plain corre
sponding tone, with a thread of con
trasting color. These hit or miss rags
put through a bronze green dye and
woven with a thread of old gold and
dull green border are beautiful.
Blue and white makes a dainty com
bination that, while delicate, win en
dure laundering. Another lovely rag
Is made by coloring the mixed center
in buff. Edge th'a with a narrow 6trip
of old rose and I ' ve a border of deep
shaded brown, eusred with just a
thread of black. Many other artistic
combinations may be used to suit the
SWIMMING BOOT IS HELPFUL
Paddle Blade Moves Like Fin When
Leg Is Kicked Out - Giving ln
' creased Speed and Power.
Strictly speaking, this should 'not
be called a boot at all, but the device.
fits around the leg in such a manner
as to Justify the name. It was Invent
ed by an Ohio man and is said to en
able a swimmer to get much greater
speed -with much less effort,, A hing
ed blade is fastened to the , leg by
straps that go around the limb and
under the foot When the leg is
drawn forward through the water the
blade lies close against it, but when
the kick back comes the blade stands
out straight and acts like a fish's fin
to afford resistance to the water.
There are stops at top and bottom to
prevent the blade from making the
complete semi-circle on its forward
movement Obviously, a devise of
this kind greatly Increases the power
behind the stroke and enables a swim
mer to make remarkable headway.
GAME OF IDENTITY PLEASING
One Player Is Asked Questions Until
He Recognizes Character He
There are two ways of playing the
game. The first method Is to send
one player out of the room. The oth
ers then decide upon a well-known
character in history or fiction whom
the absent one is to represent He is
then recalled and each of the others,
in turn, asks him a question about
himself until he recognizes the charac
ter that has been thrust upon him. On
his return the player may be assailed
with such questions as: "Did you like
life on an island?". "You must have
grown tired of keeping your arms
crossed on your chest for so many pic
tures, didn't you 7" "How many of
your brothers were kings?" 'Is your
present residence in Paris to your lik
ing?". It would probably require no
more questioning to indicate that Na
poleon was the character chosen.
The other form of the game allows
the person who goes out to decide
upon a character to represent and
then act it out for the others to guess.
Sometimes the company is divided
into two groups and each side in turn
acts out an event in the career of the
PRICE OF ELECTRIC MOTORS
To keep butter cold, take two pans,
one larger than the other, put the but
ter In the smaller pan, and set it into
the larger, in which put two table
spoonfuls of salt and enough cold wa
ter to reach to the top of the small
er pan. Soak a clean flower pot In
water and cover the butter. Resoak
the flower pot every little while and
the butter will stay firm.
If you are In the country where
you can get hay, you will find a hay
box a good place to keep butter. Line
a box thickly with hay. Saturate the
hay with cold water, then set in the
crocks of butter, which, ' of course,
must be cold to start with. Cover
with more hay, and place a blanket or
piece of carpet over all.
Soutached Belts for Children.
Four-lnch-wlde belts are the smart
accessory for tots gins or boys to
wear with their linen and crash
frocks. Any mother who has time to
do fancy needlework can make one of
these belts, as they are simply of
dark-toned denim, cretonne or flower
ed linen embroidered with fine
soutache in white or a pale shade of
rose, blue, green or maize. The braid
is not applied flatly, but on edge, so
that It shall boldly stand out from the
foundation material, and it does not
appear upon tne edges or tne Deit,
which are turned under and blind
stitcher. One end of the strip is
sharply pointed and hooked invisibly
far over the other end, which is square
One of the new shades of the sea
son is "geranium at night" It is a
wonderful tint not crimson and not
purple, but something between the
two. It was discovered, or so the
Btory goes, by a designer who linger
ed in a greenhouse at dusk. He found
that the colors of the hothouse flow
ers changed In an extraordinary man
ner as the shadows fell; deep yellow
became pink, purple was black and
the hardy red geranium took on an
astonishing purple glow that gave
him the inspiration for the new shade.
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Use of Perfumed Bows.
Have you noticed fetching bows ot
satin peeping through the lace ot a
lingerie blouse? These bows have a
deeper purpose than that ot decora
tion. Pretty aa they are, they are con
stantly giving forth a delicious fra
grance, for each of the padded loops la
scented with sachet powder. The
sachet used Is scented with one of the
popular bouquet odors, and is partic
ularly lasting. The bows may be
bought in different colors.
with the same fragrance which add
an effective bit of color to any cos
tume when thrust carelessly through
the sash or bolt These roses are
made of satin and have the long stem
and foliage. The scent the shape and
the color make them an excellent
imitation of the real thing.
For Drooping Plants.
When the potted plants begin to
droop add a teaspoonful of ammonia
to three quarts of water and water the
There are stunning rosea scented plant freely with it
Ingeniously Devised Board Used
Toy Department for Demon
strating New Apparatus.
In the electrical toy department of
a large department store is this in
geniously devised board for demon
strating electric motors. In front of
each motor is a small, low voltage,
incandescent lamp about . one inch in
diameter with the price of the motor
painted upon the glass. A transform
er is used and the lights are kept
Si Ills P?
Hearty Dutch Salutation.
The Dutch are exceedingly- sparing
of words, but their God bless -you! af
ter someone has sneezed i both -quick
and hearty. That sneezing is-' an evil,
the bad effects of .which can be avert
ed by prayer, is an almost world-wide
superstition, but as colonizers the-
Dutch ; had particular-opportunity to
test ita universality. Sneezing is tak
en more seriously in Holland than any
where else.. - '-. '""-'- : " "
'Italy's olive-oil yield for the 1912
1913 season is estimated at 40,000,000
gallons, compared with 65,000,000 gal
lons last season. : , - - :
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Why' Wbmen Have Nerves
The "blues" anxlety-sleeplessness-and warnings of pain" and Us-l
limbs. Such feelings may or may not be accompanied Dy paotacne or
headache or bearing down. The local disorders and inflammation, if there
Is any, should be treated with Dr. Pierce's Lotion Tablets. Then the
nervous system and the entire womanly make-up feels the tonic eflectof
when taken systematically and for any period of time. It Is not a"cure-all
but has given uniform satisfaction for over forty years, being designed for
th tingle purpose of curing woman's peculiar ailments. ...,..-
i Sold In liquid form or tablets try
druggists or send 50 one-cent '
stamps for a box of Dr. Pierce' '
Favorite Prescription Tablets.
Ad. Dr. R.V. Pierce, Buffalo, N.Y.
Eoery aoman cughl h eonen TJ ,
I People Common Sam Medical Jt&' i
ster h R-V. Pierce, M.D. 1006 ,
I pagtM. It mautn quctilont ef ju - ( '
I Ttacha rAolhen hem to can nr lAsfr (
children and thtmmha. h't the tmet- i
, tency doctor In tout oan noma. Sena ,
(J ont-ceni stamp, la Dr. fierce at a&oat, (
Real Heroism. r
To live well in the quiet routine of
life; to fill a little space because God
wills it; to go on cheerfully with a
petty round of little duties, little avo
cations; to smile for the joys of others
when the heart is aching who does
this, his works will follow him. He
may not be a hero to the world, but
he is one ot God's heroes. Dean Far-
rar. ' ;
Mothers win Una Mrs. Winnows Soothing
Byrup the best remedy to xtte tot their children
Buiug tne teething period.
Draining a Metropolis.
London sewage has its mala drain
age outfalls at Barking and Crossness
and the average dally quantity dealt
with is about 260,000,000 gallons,
while the total quantity of sludge col
lected at Barking and Crossness is
over 2,500,000 tons.
w When Your Eyes Need Care
It for Bed, Weak,
Try Marine Eye Remedy. No 8m art! n ir Feels
Fine -Acts Quickly. Try
Watery Eyes and Granulated Syellds. Illus
trated Book in each Package. Murine Is
compounded Dy onr Ocnusts not a "Patent Med
icine bnt Used In auccessfnl PhTsidana' Pr&o.
Uce for many years. Now dedicated to the Pub
llo and sold by Urucglsts at 2fto and 60a per Bottle.
Marina Bye Salre In Aseptla Tubes, 25a and 60a.
Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago
Dr. fierce s reilets. small, suerar-
coated, easy to take as candy, regulate
and invigorate stomach, liver and bow
els and cure constipation. .
American Foresters to Help Palestine
That the successful work of Ameri
can foresters in their own country has
attracted wide attention is shown by
tUe fact that an agricultural colony in
Palestine has just applied to the Unit
ed States Forest Service for help in
planting trees to bind the drifting
sands of the Mediterranean. ' The col
ony is near Jaffa, or Yafa, the ancient
Joppa of the Bible, and there is being
developed in connection with it a sea
side resort with hotel, villas, both
houses and gardens.
The reclamation of sand dunes is
not a serious problem in the eastern
United States, because the prevailing
winds are from the land and the sand
is blown Into the sea. On the west
coast the situation is more serious.
The most notable example of reclaim
ed eand areas there is furnished by
Golden Gate Park, San Francisco,
where grasses, acacias and later trees
and shrubs, have converted eand
wastes into pleasure-grounds of great
beauty, and what has been done in
San Francisco may, presumably, be
done at Jaffa.
Another Instance of reclamation
may be seen at Landes, France, where
a wealth-producing forest of maritime
pine, the source of the French turpen
tine, has been grown to take the place
ot shifting dunes. The American for
esters also give the address of the
French seedsman who furnished this
government with the maritime pine
seed which has been used in planting
experiments on the Florida national
forest near the Gulf coast
Practicable Counter Display.
burning all the time, says the Popular
Electricity. Push buttons enable the
salesman to run any motor and light
WHAT. THEY KNOW.
Some things the city boys knows
that the country boy does not:
Where to buy the "makln's" of a
cigarette on the sly.
What store to go to for the "latest
thing" in hump-toed shoes and glaring
The store on Broadway that has the
prettiest shop girls.
The newest . slang phrase of dis
respect for "the old man."
Some things a country boy knows
that a city boy does not:
What kind of handling it takes to
make a splendid animal of a fine
Where along the river the largest
pike can be hooked.
When to look for the wild geese
to fly over.
How the oriole and swallow build,
what the changing note, of the cat
bird and bobolink signify, and what
kind ot a nest-box to build to tempt
martins and wrens.
What It has meant for father to
clear his land and build his home,
and what it takes to keep it going.
How to develop and make use of
his heritage of land.
Which knoweldge means the more
in the building of true manhood! L.
Enjoying the Service.
Eight-year-old Donald was usually
restless in church, so his mother was
doubly gratified one Sunday morning
to see lm sitting with clasped hands
and bowed head throughout a lengthy
When, later, she expressed appre
ciation ot his attentive manner the
boy's face softened with a pleasant
memory. That fly, he. chuckled,
"walked In and out of my hands ex
actly 170 times. Harpera Magulne.
Finds Help in Lydia EL Pink
' " Fellow Feeling.
Willie had often visited his father's
office in town and had grown quite
fond of Miss Drew, his father's secre
tary. One morning when his father
was starting for town he heard .Wil
lie's' voice shbuting: "Father, wait a
minute!" Daddy waited until Willie
caught up. "Well, son, what Is Itt
he asked. "I want to give you a klet
for Miss Drew," replied Willie.
Athletic Vegetable. .
What Is known , as the "Jumping
Pnnn" fa a iiiir(Aiia MA-rlnan eaarl mrl'ii'.tti
was sent over to England in the early
fifties. Each bean contains the larva
ot a worm slmial rto our apple worm.
It spins a soft case within the seed,
and moves about without harm. This
movement causes the bean to bump
about upon any, surface upon which ft
may be placed.
His Downfall From Quadruplets.
When' Samuel Rawllngs, a baker,
forty-one years old, was sentenced to
six months' hard labor as an incorri
gible rogue, it was stated that his
downward career seemed to have be
gun a few years ago when his wife
gave birth to four children. He had
since been prosecuted repeatedly for
ill-treating her. London Mail.
Nanny Goat. "I thought father had
a perfect digestion." Billy 'He has,
ordinarily; but a while ago he ate a
lot of adjectives off a circus poster."
Crawford '.'Are those dollar
watches any good?" Crabshaw
"They're all right, except when you
are broke." Judge. . ,
so long as -you keep
Bowels working regu
larly and when the first
sign of weakness ap
pears be sure , to take
promptly. ;:It will help
you keep the appetite
normal, digestion per
fect anjl liver and
bowels active. Try it.
"DIDN7 HURT A BIT"
is what they all say
Bellevue, Ohio. "I was in a terrible
state before I took Lydia K Pinkham'e
pound. My back
ached until I thought
it would break, I had
pains all over me,
nervous feelings and
periodic troubles. I
was very weak and
run down and waa
losing hope of eves
being well and
strong. After tak
ing Lydia E. Pink-
fcam's Vegetable Compound I improved
rapidly and today am a well woman. X
cannot tell yon how happy I feel and I
cannot say too much for your Compound.
Would not be without it in the house If
It cost three times the amount" Mrs.
Ceas. Chapman, R. F. D. No. Belle
Because your case is a difficult one, j
Sectors having done you no good, do not
continue to suffer without giving Lydia, '
XL Pinkham'e Vegetable Compound a '
trial. It surely has remedied many
cases of female ills, such as inflamma
tion, ulceration, displacements, tumors.
Irregularities, periodic pains, backache,
and it may be exactly what you need.
The Finkham record is a proud and
peerless one. It is a record of constant
victory over the obstinate ills of woman,
-ills that deal out despair. It is an es
tablished fact that Lydia EL Pinkham'e
Vegetable Compound has restored
health to thousands of such suffering '
women. Why don't yoa try ft if joa :
teed such a medicine T 1 f j
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