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DECORATIVE COFFIN PLATA.
«■SWwsUvs CoaveraaUoa. with a Note
oa Beaaty In a Husband.
UNCLE SAM—"A Remedy That Mas
Such Endorsements Should
lie In Every Home.
"It's In the drawer with the coffin
plate, mother,” called the laundresa
Mother, will Su.I Mrs. wi»sl..w'a Huolhlug
from the Ironing board
■yru|i ih» l>». I remedy <„uae tor ih»li chlidrea
“Coffin plate?" naked the woman vis
during I he teething |WI|..|
itor In astonlshmaat.
Give nature three helps, and
"Yea. miss; it'a my first husband."
nearly every case of con
- The little girl on the vtaltor's kuee
sumption will recover. Fresh
Isn't It about time to aay lew and
belonged to the olg woman at the Iron-
air, most important uf all.
ill* more 011 the Paua ma canal.—
' Ing board by virtue of adoption, and
the document proving It bad six seals.
The laundress was so proud of the doc-
A crow teas r»H»ter ha* been bred,
but he will I h - no use for eampalga
unient that she had sent her old moth-
pur|>o»ea Montreal Star.
j er to show it.
Radically and permanently cures ca
The fellow who rocked the boat la»t!
That Intrusive coffin plate, however,
ST. III'I.I'N’S IIAI.I.
tarrh of the nose, throat, stomach, slipped out of the legal ¡taper, aud had
summer Is now hunting deer up In the j Nourishing food comes next.
4 «.¡1,1 « KI Klint 11» m, |||,,ns:»r
Then, a medicine to control
bowels, and more delicate organa.
to lie seen.
Adirondack». M aahiiigton Post.
1 1 .... ..........I‘«"l I»«« I • », lol »II .11 I.ml.I
“That's the plate,” explained the
the cough and heal the lungs.
In» »,|||I|||U»II1 III» |«.|
t.,11,1 i.,I u»t
Read the testimonials.
Dow le says he pro|H>ses to Journey to
Ask any good doctor.
Jerusalem on an ass
It Is always
No substitute for Hood's acts like laundress.
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"But. I thought.” aald the visitor,
* I Aral atad Avar*« t’horrr Farlura! M vsara
safer to travel lu paira. —Washington
Hood's. Be sure to get Hood's.
I haw* ••«>!! t*iiilii* <•••••
I "that coffin plates should to left on
•<••• «•m*.l hr ii
•HluHit it '
Al Haar U. U amh
M ai I siu Ohio
FIRE PROTECTION I
"1 was troubled with catarrh 30 years, for-------- “ Nhe was going to say "for
---------- Ill titilli Hill «U IH NuKIHWI'xr
Third Se retsry liurney'a fine hav Mr Mr , fl M.
j <’ A VW*
■selnv »latements ot cures by Hixxi'l Sar purposes of Identification." but thought
I ■ * •
I *,, -X xli.l . ,i))|>l,.|. «lu, » ,,r ) Ir» A I || »»lu. 'll.*»
ing been remitted, he saved >25. Illa
saparilla resolved to try It. Four bottlss , totter of It.
,m.t lM|.arlim>iil Hu»|» .. ii „,
U. „I l, .\•>! ,' l
soil rely cured me." W illiam Sasanaa,
"Most people do leave 'em on." ex-
iiw */ i h joiMH wi ll-
M80 mb SL. Milwaukee. Wla.
*ni ti i wk i \ i im h i»ni u*
j plained the proud poasesaor. "but it
h . «il,
h ,., »»ib.
The Czar 1» going ft»r "a fortnight's
Hood's Sarsaparilla promisee to waa no pretty, I wanted it. I’m goto'
*1X11.1».4 I Illna«l.lu
shooting.” There Is said«to be very Health demands dell* action of the .. 41. m.m 4 , I..I. f,
I, A u |0((G
sure and keeps the promise.
to have It framed In one of them deep
good shooting In Manchuria Boston oowels. Aid nature with Ayer's Pills.
frames s-x>n aa I can afford It. and
j hang It tn the parlor. It'll to awful
Ktlqnette In Metlon.
Itoli «>r a »»murai
Even diplomata should understand
William lleadin. United Stales con pretty. 1 want a wreath of white
Adulimi log» «ir thlr.l non of Togo
that there la a dlffcreiu-e la-tween liu-
sular agent at l'uebla, Mexico, writes roses set about It. an' a big black vel-
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munlty and Impunity Washington Klehizaeiuoti. mi adulimi of Ilio clan uf
| vet bow put at the bottom of the
In a recent rejiort:
Salnuma. and thè fathcr gavo bini ilio
"It requires temerity and no small
name of llvllini'lilro Ile waa toro ut
Election Returns That Interest All Parties
Our lateat anil biggest new bettle-
"But doesn't your busband object?“
amount of self-confidence on the part
Kogoalilma oli thè Itili day of III»
"Goodness, no. He's proud of the
ship seems to have got In Juat ahead lotti uioon of thè ycar of graev IN.17.
of an immigrant to Invade many of the
communities of Mexico. The man, how first one. He was a fine, educated man.
A Neat Housekeeper.
The gmclous iterimi of Molli twhlch liy
Tenant Paints the Hon»«c
— Boston Herald.
ever, who cornea from the United I lie traveled tn his business, an’ didn't
Interpreta doli menila tliv era of vii
Peddler—I'tu selling the new, patent,
A man recently look a house upon a
Ktatea dares enter anywhere and feela ’ let me work. This man goes with me bedroom fire esc»i»es. light, portable.
The Mormons In Sall Lake City are ligbteiieil relgul toltati In 1-olS A. 1»
that be should be received as au hon [ to his grave every Decoration day. 1 quickly adjusted——
without exauiiulug the terms of Ills celebrating the seventy fifth annivers Tluit »»■ alno thè blrtti date of tbv
ored guest. This, however, Is the land can't afford a stone, so I have hia pic
Bilkin»-—IKrn’t want it. Wouldn't be agreement as closely ns he should. Af ary of their multiplication table.— ne»v Nlppoli. After thè sacrvd traili-
to-morrow—not for pur ture set In at the head of the grave. of any use.
Iloti of a su murai famlly. bla mothi-r
"But. sir. you may have a fire at any ter a time the landlord called upon
poses of proscrastination. as mauy er It looks awful pretty.”
Kuropatkin's "offensive movement look lilm to thè starine of a guardlan
roneously suppose, but lo learn who
"Was your first husband gixxl look
"Suppose we should? Suppose 1 should I hiuih I to do all the outside painting at backward" Is deslgnni to foil tho dell) and piacisi bini u | hiii Ilio aitar
LOO* PV« AKM TUAK nm KM/f JPIKITATIOPO
J-OU are. what's your business, aud ing?”
aa thè offerì»* to bla country and to
ix» u« sm««
which la the path of Interest and gain.
AHOWINÜ rutt KIM« o* <«AMMIM?S AHO HAT«.
“Oh, yea, miss. He was very plump first time my wife went to setting things
thè sword. that he mlght defsnd thè
A I TOWCR CO . BOATasA MAS« .USA
"A stranger might easily tw ostra and bald; he was very handsome. See to rights, she'd put tint contrivance into was "so nominated In the boud." and fight Chicago New«.
land of lite goda. Llke uiany anoiber
tpW«M CAWADitMCS , ATO.. «SA<K|YQ, » ah AOA.
cized. isolated aud debarred upon com- ' tow solid It io.”
some queer corner where it couldn't be I good deal of thought lie hired the
weather prophet to come aioli* and
Ing among such communities if. owing
The coffin plate had intruded again. found in seventeen hour*.'*
painters and directed them to |>alnt tell ua what kind of winter we are go training date» back far beyoud log
to bls habits, hia life, or some idiosyu- i —New York Sun.
'umn».»iK>s ua^uo.i—..;»n jo ||it t the whole of the front of the house Ing to have.—Savannah News
crasy of manner, be failed to come in
touch with them, to gain their confi
The coal man and the Ice man have
Catarrh Lanaot hw Cured
When It was finished the neighbor struck an Alfonso and (¡««ton atti-
;Xss 1 'qitui oi|i n-‘l nojf.. tiu.uud
dence. and to secure their kindly sym
with lOGAl. k|-|*l 1«-UI oxm . <a they cannot
aqi u| o^ojq ..'Xoq Xiu 'Muiqiou iny..
pathies. A good letter on introduction
tude. Will the weather man act aa reach th« ■«•at »>f th» ill*»«» < alarm 1« a
blood <>r i ' oih tltutl<»nal «La» a»r, and in <»r<1cr to
—was up In arms and the landlord umpire?—Atlanta Constitution.
■p(O| sum qilUl .»q>
from some near friend of theirs, which
euro It you mual take internal
was frantic. The tenant politely ex
U] nidl|l XUIJHI* UO|).I|AUO.» MUS (><(.»
liall « t’atarrh « ure la taken Interna l«, an t
speaks you fair, is of great value, ac- j
An American heiress has Juat died art«
<1lra< tly on the bl«M>d an<l mucouaeurfawa
sqi tiu&iq „--------- Joqiuj 1nn„
credits at once and obliterates mauana.
11 a I «< a «
would be btird to improve upon
•¡«Ml .»qi ajoj in the agreement almut the color and
It a a* |»r«acrltw«t by otte of Un i««t |>hr«l< I an a
“The newcomer makes all advances. Hester'» coffee, and the rest of her
husband. Nome women are so thought In th 1« rountry for year« and 1« a regular |>rr
Madam Calderon de la Barca, the wife cooking wai In keeping; but It was *1 'uos sjq o) joqinj aqj ¡»¡us .,'qiiu) that red. white and blue. In strlix-a, leas.—Jacksonville Times t'nlou.
It la <*on>n»a<«l of the I*«» tou|«a
known. r«»int»lur<t with tho l»ral
of the Minister of Spain to Mexico. < quite within the limits of possibility, aqt I pi pus ojtis aq puvn »’»->u||.ii
The British Tibetan rzpedltlon has fieri. ai tluK
thought he might, peth.-tps. lie better
writes: 'There is one piece of etiquette at least, to Imagine Improvement In dill uo aj.tioji uoq.w '.»|<inu|(*
The norfe» t romi itaa Ion of the two ingredient«
pleased with the painting of the back, left l.hassa. That wa» because Ilia 1« wnat produce« »tn h w»>ndarful reeulta lit
wuo X ms *! ju uo|U|do uy
entirely Mexican, nor can I Imagine ju>r temper, . When angered, her old
curing » atarrh
Mell.I for testimonial« free.
whence derived, by which it la ordain- ' ' black
• • • face
F J i IIKNI V A t t> . Fropa., Toledo, o.
Condition va. Theory.
would work frightfully, she
they will return.—Boston Ulobe.
Sold by druggiata. prirw 7v.
ed that all new arrivals, whatever »lammed the cooklug utensils down
“Shay." bsgaa the loqna imis party yellow »¡sits.
Hall « Faiully l‘lh« ar« the to«L
It Is comparatively ea»v to make a
their rank, foreign ministers not ex with shocking emphasis, and went who ha<l been trying to assume more
It la the getting
cepted. must. In solemn print, give no about meditating revenge upon the ex than hi» share of liquid trouble, "I've not another bouse could be let In the dash for the pole
T«»m—1>I»I yon ever irnti«« with what
tice to every famlly of any consldera- citing cause of her wrath. But alte al- (hiel gut a the’ry 'bout (hie) whauer crescent If he carried out bls threat, back that Is likely to tie a alow proc
style and gratuleur Mi’« Flntleigh awrrp«
nearly had a fit at the idea, and with- ess.—Washington Evening Nt«r.
tion In the capital that they have ar ways did meditate, and the delay thus matter----- ”
iut<> a r’M'iii?
"To the station house with your the in a week the tenant had a new lense,
rived, and put themselves
and their I Involved, coupled with her sincere re- ory.
Jack—Yea; but when It rotur« to
” interrupted the policeman, as he In which the landlord undertook to do
houies at the dls|>osition of the real- ngjoue convictions that forbade her to gathered him iu, "it’s your conduct that
• weeping uut a r<M»m «be i«n*t iu it with
all the outside paintlug himself.
dents, falling In which etiquette the Injure others, was often the salvation confronts me.”
nirxlatlons of this character there her p«M>r old mother.
newly arrived family will remain un of those who annoyed her.
would be fewer ho!d ups.—Chicago
The bonds ot tue t'uiiippine Island»
For fortv year'« ru«» • Cur« for Con-
One-third of ths land surface of the Poat.
noticed and unknown.' ♦»
Two small and very troublesome are quoted higher than British consols
•umplloii ha« ctirvl couffb« ait4 colds. Al
boys who lived across the street were
With General Corbin fighting Cupid druggist«. l’ri> * ufh t«.
Best in the World.
frequently the cause of Hester's in
and Mr. Itoosevelt crusading against
In Qi Ina, when in inferior person on
Cream, Ark., Nov. 7(Special)—After dignation.
race suicide, the average army offleor hor«et)nck meets n superior, he dismount«
eighteen months suffering from Epilep
Is under a warm fire.—Birmingham • n«j wait« until th«» letter has pAs«e.|,
no four or <>i*r nation
sy, Backache and Kidney Complaint, terIng terr!
’A ItorniaticttUY » Htswl
Mr. W. H. Smith of thia place is a I her countenance such aa to strike
Wrlls today tor
u aA*r ftrnt .1«?’• uar <>r |»r kllnr «<«r«al s»rvw
wall man again and those who have ror to ths heart of the beholder.
h.rrr h . h . i f.,r | rwelJ >>«» ■
a. >4 t.. « hmn
In Now York.
Eventually a citizen Alt. K II Kline. Ud SA* Ar.h n| . rhila»lsipbla, Fw
watched hia return to health unhesi
“It's them mla'able boys, miss!"
may be able to Insure his pockeiknlfe
tatingly givs ail the credit to Dodd's said. In reply to a question, •I
Two Pollila of Vlew.
lütb aud Johtixiu Mlraala, i'urtlanil, urs
amt plug of tubacco.—Kanoi City
Kidney Pills. In an interview regard want down street, miss, to the drug
"An »iiipiy baresi gire» ili» loudaat
ing bis cure, Mr. Smith says:
I sto' to git a box o’ liver pills. They
P. N. II.
Experience hna shown thst when «
‘‘I had been low lor eighteen months j saw tue go, and they dumb up a tree;
"That'» ubere you *o lame," rej.iluixl
Japanese army "disappears" a Bus thè |»dltk-lau "Ihirlng thè politigli culli
with my back and kidnevs and also
when I was coming back with the
»Ian army somewhere or other Is like psigii « nell filled bar'l talk, ih» luud
Epilepsy. I bad taken everything I and
they Jes' laid for me. calling me
ly to find It unexpectedly.—Chicago
knew of and nothing seemed to do me .■ills,
any good till a friend of mine got me
to send for Dodd’s Kidney Pills.
I names, nilas. They ain't fitten fer a
Mr. J. Pierpont Morgan denies the
find that they are the greatest medi lady!" Ilester'a face became more ter
report that he !» going to retire from
PRUSSIAN STOCK FOOD,
cine in the world, tor low I am able to
business Owners of railroads will
l •••tltlnnrr nn<1 St.nh Fnttener Inown
work and am in fact as stout and Jes' run In the bouse au'—an'
continue to spike them down.—Savan
HOMI! <1o mor« »..tk on I«-«« frr.1
COWI git? m tr «nd ikhff
HOGS glow «nd frtttrn qukher If given tbit food
strong as before I took sick.”
Dodd’s Kidney Pills cure the ii id- ter aa she has since crone to know her.
MAKIS PIOS OROW. QOOD FOR STUNTSD CALVI«.
With the water shut off. the coal
I !>•»• »Ke (I faswtln« I'r isaian Ml- ta » wwl «O my th r ..««?■ Lr.4 ••In»
I fflTsL «fr rm
Cured Kidneys cleanse i the Wrought up by her dramatic manner,
an »piwtn. arv! ma he« the i ff« arr- w
I aio«> IrUl It uh •tuniw.l
r W U»4-M«Jhf Zigtn MaK
blood of all impurities. Pure blood
means good health.
with some of the rest of ua.—Minne
and fear lest Heater had been carried
nw;iy by lier wrath, she demanded to
Worthy of Emulation.
Old Dr. Ninlth, the Mormon i’real-
"What,” asked the youjh. "is the M- know wbat site had done.
"Wha'il I do? I come erlong In the
cret of your happiness and content
dent, points out trlumphsntly that
house, mi»», an" I Jes' naclielly th'owed
there are no race suicide and divorce
"I manage to be just deaf enough not them liver pllla In the stove!"—Youth's
problems In Mormondom.—Atlanta
to bear some things and blind enough Companion.
not to see some other».'' answered tbt
A Sunday school tn l*hllad<'lpbla
Avoiding Social Duties.
gives trading stamps for regular at
A yotjng woman of thia city was
tendance. Anylwnly could guess whose
called up by telephone one afternoon
“What would you do, Nora,” asked the recently by a young man that had a
store the stamps are good In.—Cincin
young lady of the housemaid, “if you
could play the piano the same a« I do?” friend in town for that evening, and
United States Treasurer Rotierts*
"8ure. an' Oi wouldn't be a fiber (ret- she was asked If abe would not Invite
assertion thnt *10 bills are popular Is
tin’ discouraged at all. at all." replied some young women to Join them
undoubtedly true, and the more a fel
Nora. “Oi'd kape might on lamin' till go out to Allisonville for supper.
Oi could play dacendy.
low has of them the lietter he feel».—
“Whom ehall I ask? Have you
San Francisco Chronicle.
choice?" she asked.
Perhaps those Yellowstone Park
He told her be bad not. and
bears killed that man and boy aa a
anyone she might ask would be agree
protest against tho yarns told alniut
able to himself and his friend.
their tamenesa by the wlld-anlmala I-
A few minutes later she called up a
haven't tnet school.—New York Sun.
friend of hers and asked her to Join
Itusnlan authorities should he wlss
"Who did you aay was going?" fn-
to the fart that nothing makea the
qulred the friend.
American eagle scream more promptly
She was told, and there waa a »ud*
or more vociferously than Interference
Wheeling, W. Va., May z8, 1903.
Some years ago while at work, I fell den draft of chilliness that could be
with the United States mall.—Phila
“ Dean M bs . P inkham : I was married for several years and no children delphia Inquirer.
Over a truck aud severely injured both felt coming over the wire, Then the
of my ihin*. My blood liecame poisoned voice said very decidedly that ■he
The Intervention of society In behalf
god I could not have any children unless I could to cured. He tried to cure
J Mf. £« Doun!*»___ ____
as a result, ana the doctor told me I could not go.
a/>ooo thsn sny othr msnuf saturar In Ihn tnorl
me. but after experimenting for several months, my husband tocame dis of the Hon. Hugh Gurney la likely to
would have running sores for life, and
lawm W. I.. Dmielaa I» fn shoe« am the rresta«t mllere In f tie» world 1« because uf their erreb
_....aa«y Atting «na «uperlur wenrlng quallfi»'«. If I r««wl<1 rh< w y<-«t th«tl • ■ rem •« bet ween the
that if they were healed up the result
create an abnormal demand for cy-
in a tin tn rpy f.t«-taire ami those of «»(her nisk'-a «ml the Idph em«!a ImUiera u-«•<!. you w«.nl<| under»
would be fatal. Under this discouraging young woman hung up her tel<phone, been cured of similar trouble through the use of Lyilin K. Pinkham's clone cellars atiout the time the news
why VV. !.. I iour I ss
10 shoes coat mote to triiike. wI'T tln f In
Im'r «I ihih » lit !>« Her. west
loii««r, aiid ara of grenier Inirlnsln value Ilian any other
almo ou M*a inur k.ul lo «l.>y, ami w by the
report I left off their treatment and re
the year rmlln« T'dv 1. 1*0«, were Wo,LOTO.<»o.
sorted to the use of S. S. S. Its effects second friend, who accepted. When your medicine for three and one half month», improving steadily in health, phia North American.
W. I». I fonal as guarantees their valúa by ataméing ids name and price on the botUnn. Look for In
take no «u lori fiuta. Hold by »hoe dealers everywhere.
were prompt and gratifying. It took the young man and hit visitor arrived, and in twenty-two months a child came. I cannot fully express the joy and
thankfulness that is in my heart. Our home is a different place now. as we
A New Jersey man who hadn't
only a short while for the medicine to en
SUPERIOR IN FIT, OOMFORT AND WEAR.
tirely cure up the sores, and I am not she told him that she could not get the have something to live for, and al! the credit is due to Lydia K. Pinkham'S spoken to a woman for thirty seven
" / A.»» vor. W.
Oovglor I ' Vi
tor tho liut tvrlro v»»r< vtth nfvatutr
tolu/ortlon. t/tni thrm uirruor io .1.
11 anilvrK to olhu I e-’ihntf Ji • o
dead as the doctors intimated, nor have
t' V to f;.no.— tl. Á. U< < t t', tiriti, t'oll., (J. It. tut. lirrroor, Htrfuo ...I, I i.
the sores ever broke out again. Some 13 acted so queerly she wondered If any
XV. !.. Dolivi», uw» Corona Colt.liln In hl» B’l.ltp »hör«. < ormi» < oft I. ronmtr.1 to
Ilves long enough there's >1 woman
I ,rli t« 11.. H rii In 4,11,.
years have elapsed since what I have de thing was the matter. Then the young
Women should not fall to profit by the experience of these two
Mf. A. UOUQLAS, ümclitvi,
scribed occurred. Having been ro signally man naturally asked whom she bad women ; Just as surely us they were cured of the troubles enume who will apeak to him for thirty seven
benefitted by its use I can heartily recom Invited. "Maude R----- , of course. I rated
_____ so certainly will l.ydia
___ S. E.
’« ’“ year».—Memphis Coniine clal-App al.
In their ________
letters, , ,
mend it aa the one great blood purifier. knew you liked h<r.”
'etable Compound cure others who suffer from womb troubles,
One of New York's poll« « Judges hns
J ohn W. F undis ,
_______ of the ovaries,
ubles, nervous excitability,
solemnly held that a street-car con
"Like her. of course I do. but she inflammation
Care Schmulback Brewing Co.
and nervous prostration ; remember that it is l.ydia E. Pink
asked me this morning to go to a card ham'» Vegetable Compound tlmt is curing women, ami don't allow ductor lias no right to kick a passen
ger In the atomach. Conductors
Chronic sores start often from a pim party to-night. Now I hate cards above any druggist to «ell you anything else in its place.
hereafter kick paasengera In the
ple. scratch, bruise or boil, and while all things, and would not go to a card
An Indiana Lady Tells of a Wonderful Cure: —
salves, washes and powders are beneficial, party even if my own mother should
only.—Elkins (W. Va.) News.
the unhealthy matter in the blood must command me, and I told her 1 airould
•'D kah M bs . P inkham : It is a plcasnra
A Wisconsin court has decided
be driven out or the sore will continue
for me to write and tell what your wonilerful n parent may hurt hia toy's physique
to eat and spread. S. S. 8. reaches be out of town."—Indianapolis News.
medicine ha» done for me. I wan sick for
these old sores through the blood, re
Daughters of the Devolution.
three years with change of life, and my with a paddle, but must not Injure his
moves all impurities and poisons, builds
phyalcian thought a cancerous condition of dignity. Most boys would like to have
They Just had returned from St
up the entire system and strengthens
the womb. During these three years I that decision turned round. Tho recov
the circulation. S. S. S. is a blood Louis.
suffered untold agony.
ery would to sooner.- Philadelphia In
“Yea,” they said to the “stay-at-
purifier and tonic combined. Contains
‘•I cannot find words in which to ex quirer.
no mineral what home” who had trudged down to tho
press my bad feelings. I did not expect to
ever but is guaran depot to meet them. ”we went around
Home women keep their youth and
ever see another well day. I read some of the
teed purely veget a great deal at the fair.”
testimonials recomending you1- medicine and beauty so well that It seems as If
able. If you have
"In an auto,” I suppose.”
decided to write to you and give your treat they hail been able to stop the flight
an old sore write
of time. And yet, strangely enough,
"Oh, no; In a Ferris wheel.”
ment a trial.
ua and our physi
"All aboard!" shouted the conductor
" Before I had taken half a bottle of no woman likes to to told that her
cians will advise
Lydia E. I’lnkham's Vegetable Com face would stop a clock.—Atlanta
without charge. juat then.
pound, I began to sleep. I have taken now Journal.
Book on diseases
six bottles and am so well I can do all kind«
of the Blood free.
Of course it would lie by accident
of work."—M bs . L izzik H inki . b , Salem, Ind.
Tka Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Go, ioned un-married heroine? In three
If a young woman should hit a battle
serials which are running In popular
If there Is anything in your case about which you would Ilk« ship with a bottle of champagne. Ar-
magazines the heroines are married •pedal advice, write freely to Mrs. Pinkham. Site cahi surely help
rangonients should lie made -for the
women with from one to five children ?ou, for no person in Amcricacan speak from a wider experience
bottle to be thrown by machinery
leaving the young woman nothing to
and always helpful.
Some people are too Insistent on ths Ar A An FORFEIT <f 1« «snoot forthwith proilnr» th» original l»tt»ra and algnataraa«« do but push the button.—Mobile Reg
VKIII III ahsva taslluiUvlAw, whloh win prvv»
lb»lr absolute gHnuln»n»M.
right to be fools in their own way.
**<»• «• » »Mkbaui Mad. t»., Lynn, MMk
It weakens the delicate lung tissue«,
deraugex tliu digestive organa, aud *
breaks down the genera) health.
It often causes headache aud dizzL
nesa, impairs the taste, suiell and I
hearing, and affects the voice.
Being a constitutional disease it re
quires a constitutional remedy.
WHY GET SOAKED
COLUMBIA ENGINEERING WORKS
Mrs. L. C. Glover, Vice Pres. Milwaukee,
Wis„ Business Woman’s Association, is
another one of the million women who
have been restored to health by using
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.