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For tlie State Sunday School
Get a Special Rate for the
Portland Round Trip
Tho seventeenth annual convention
of tho Oregon Stato Sunday School
Convention will bo hold at Portland,
May 14th and 15th, commencing Wed
nesday morning, May 11th, and clos
ing Thursday morning, May lGth.
All Sunday School workers are In
vited to attend the convention, but the
ofllclal representation Is limited to alt
officers of county organizations, and
to tho superintendent and two mem
bers (pastor, officer or teacher) from
each Sunday School. Thcso delegates
must bear credentials thoso from the
country signed by tho president or
secretary of tho county association,
and thoso from tho school by tho su
perintendent of tho school.
Hospitality Is offered by tho citizens
of Portland on what Is known as the
"Harvard plan," viz., lodging and
breakfast only, to all delegates bear
ing properly signed credentials.
Names of all delegates desiring Oils
entertainment must be sent to A. M.
Snllth, D5 Fourth street, Portland, not
later than Tuesday, May 13th
Reduced rates ono and ono-thlrd
fare for tho round trip on tho certifi
cate plan will bo given by tho South
ern Pacific Company.
Tho stato oxecutlve commlttco es
pecially urgo a full attendance of all
Sunday School workers. Tho instruc
tional executive committee will sond
Mrs. Mary Foster Iiryncr, of Peoria,
III., whom Mr. D. F. Jacobs, chairman
of the committee, classes as tho "poor
of any in hor work."
Mrs. Dryner will be presont at, and
tako part In each session of the con
vention. Tho executlvo committee of tho Ma
rlon County Sunday School Assocla
tlon can socuro a car and a apodal
rate of $1.70 for the round trip if Hlxty
names can bo secured. Tho car will
probably go to Portland on tho 7:54
train on Wednosday morning, May
14th, and return on the 8:40 train from
Portland, Friday morning, May 10th.
Thoso desiring to avail thomaolvof
of this very low rate will register tholt
names with any ono of tho members
of tho committee not later than Fri
day, May 9th, and If sufficient names
are not enrolled at that tlmo, tho spo-
clal car will bo given up. It Is under
stood that thoso registering pledge
that thoy will go. t
All p'orsons, whether delogatos to
tho convention or not, may avail thorn
selves of this rate, If notlco Is given
beforo May 0th.
All pastors and Sunday School su
perintendents aro requested to make
announcement concomlng this con
vention and tho special car.
F. A. WIGGINS,
' C. J. ATWOOD,
J. l. T. TUTHILL.
ExecutlvQ Commlttco Mnrlon County
Sunday School Association,
A Dunkard Play.
Not tho least notablo foaturo of the
polite comedy, "Too Rich To Mnrry,"
la tho fact that It a true portrayal of
tho llvos and bellofs of tho Beet known
as Dunknrds. When Edwin Owlngs
Towno wroto tho comedy, ho had to
draw from a complete knowledge and
understanding of tho llvos and na
tures of tho rollglous sect so woll
known in certain localltlos in the East.
Mr. Towno has not In any way hold up
tho beliefs and Ideas of that pooplo to
ridicule, author than that, ho has
shown tho contrast between their ways
of living and their Ideas of right and
wrong and the idoas of the average
American with money, and his Idoas
of what Is right and what Is wrong.
There Is a wide difference.
He has also shown so dearly how
the Dunkards in their way are well
content, and how unhappy tHe' would
be with the luxuries of the millionaire.
and. of course, erery one knows that
vice versa, the millionaire would Ue
just as III content. This has given Mr.
Towng wide scop for hte Imagination.
and he has made geod use of hie op
portunities. This grand comedy will he seen at
the Grand Opera House Tuesday. May
Keep the Balarwe Up.
It has been truthfoH said tat any
disturbance of the even batanee of
health causes serious trouble. Nobody
ran be too careful to keep this balance
up. Whoa people begin to lose appe
tite, or to get tired easily, the least laa-
prudence- brings on sickness, weakness
- .1-1.1111.. ml.- . - . I
ui uuuiuiy. iiiu BjBieiu nccus a ion
ic, craves it, and should 'not bo de
nied It; and the best tonic of which
we have any knowledge Is Hood's Sar
saparllla. What this medicine hns
done in keeping healthy people heal
thy, in keeping up tho even balanco
of health, gives it the samo distinc
tion as a preventative that it eujoya
as n cure. Its early ubo has Illustrated
tho wisdom of tho old saying that a
stitch In time saves nine. Take Hood's
for appetite, strength and endurance.
FOR SHIRT WAIST MEN
Novel Fancy In Trousers De
signed For Their Benefit.
MODESTY S1YEP BY HIP BANDS,
Suxjieiult,- to He Illnprnaed With,
Mini (lie Uitnlfxhtl- HucUlc nntl
Strnii Arc Trnnafer-il to the "llnn-
iry" Nlrtcn Fiuier l'ntterim In Trou-
erliiRn Will lie the Itnlc.
Since a certain pnrt of tho male pop
ulation seems to Insist upon Invading
the prerogatives 6f tho other sex and
discarding coats nntl waistcoats, haber
dashers and tailors have been exercis
ing their Ingenuity In an attempt to
discover contrivances that will combine
the most pleasing effects with tho
greatest personal comforf, says tho Chi
cago Evenjng Post. Trousers being tho
most Important feature of tho coatless
costume. It hns been tho aim of tailors
to construct a garment that would not
be dependent upon suspenders or belt
for snug support.
The Improvement which seems to rcc
ommcud Itself most to tho coatless man
Is the side adjustment over each hip
Instead oi the single strap or buckle at
the back, which has threo practical,
common" ponse ndvnntnges. Several
tailors tried this Idea last season, nud
It proved so satisfactory that without
doubt It will be very popular this sum
It Is the aim of the adjustment to
bring the supporting portion of the
trom-era over on the hips and to relieve
the pressure over tho abdomen. Uy
taking nn adjustment over tho hip the
designers seem to have hit upon the
right principle mid to hnvo put the
pressure where It Is the least uncom
fortable. In the new adjustment the buckle
and strap are on the waistband at tho
sides, the back of the trousers being
smooth and free from any wrinkle or
unsightly buckle. In ordinary trousers
the buckle nud the strn'p on the back
are low and cannot bo hidden by n
blouse or shlit waist, while tho side
adjustments can be concealed with
very little fullness of the uegllgeo
Another good feature Is that the side
adjustments, being on the waistband,
are hidden by the belt which should be
worn .with nil co'Uhs costumes. Hut
without n belt they are less conspicu
ous than any other contrivance yet In
ented. Tailors any that this year groater am
plitude than ever will be put Into the
hips of summer trousers. The fullness
has been Increased to a degree of bag
glnesH, the effect of which will be In
leuslllcd In tbe.llgutwelght tweeds and
outing" tlannel trouserings. Since the
Jnrgo hips aro not conducive to a neat
appearance In solid color trouserings,
fancy patterns will bo the rule. The
turned up bottoms will be the same as
liiKt .vear. and some extremists will
have the trousers made long enough to
permit ot a double roll. The object of
this Is to give the roll a less flattened
"MODELS FOR ANGELS."
ICml lien I (ii-riniiii I'rofmmir'M Tribute
to .iiK-rlruii Women,
Professor Wehrle of Berlin, an emi
nent German teacher of (esthetics,
pays thin striking tribute to the Ameri
can woman, Bays the New York Werld:
"Her social position has not yet been
attained by her sisters In any other
country. In matters pertaining to
housekeeping she may be behind the
German frau, but on all oth"- points
there Is no comparison.
"Tho America n climate Is one of the
ehlef entities of her pre-emlnenco, cre
ating n type quite distinct from 'the
somewhat solicit type In Europe, Her
graceful lightness, an onse of bearing
entirely her own, hor quick, mercurial
movement?, her fascinating, beautiful
It oail, her tendur roundness of limbs,
are seen only In America.
"There are the women Jiiat resemble
one's conception of what fairies,
sylphs, nymphs and angels ought to be.
Hcnutios such as Rubens painted are
seldom met with among the Americans
of the Anglo-Saxon race, but beings
such as Ruphuel painted are frequently
seen In tho streets of every large city.
"Tho American women are excep
tionally energetic and decided. Their
--haractors have every good quality
which goes to mnke a perfect woman.
Free from timidity and com escsslvo
modesty, tholr practical ability enables
them to face every difficult situation In
which they find themselves."
tlon of the country than all other dis
eases put together, and until the last
few years it was suppose to be Incur
able. For a great many years doctors
pronounced It a local disease, and pre
scribed local remedies, and by con
stantly failing to cure with local treat
ment pronounced it incurable. Sclenee
has proven catarrh to be a constitu
tional disease, and therefore requires
constitutional treatment Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the
only constitutional cure on the mar
ket. It is taken internally In doses
from 10 drops to a teaspoonfHL It
acts directly on the blood and rau
cous surfaces of the system. They
offer one hundred dollars for any
ease It fails to cure. Send for circu
lars and testimonials.
Address, F. J. OHBNBY & CO..
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best
Atrocities (Practiced on Help
Description of the Way it is
OGDEN, Utah, May 10. John P.
Monahan, now a news ngont on tho
Southern Pacific bctWeon Osdon and
San Francisco, but formerly a mom
bor of the Thirty-fifth Infantry, haa
been talking fur publication on mili
tary mnttora In tho Philippines. In re
gard to tho water cure ho said to a re
porter of tho Standard:
"Wo never got any direct orders to
'aqua' nny of tho nntlves. When wo
woro soiH, out on a scouting dotall wo
wore instructed to got the Information,
And 'nguaing' tho Filipinos was tho
only way wo could got It. This Is
about the way it would happon:-
"Wo'd catch a Filipino out In tho
mourftnlns somewhere. Thon we'd Bay
to him 'Habla, habla' (talk, talk). Al
most always he would say, 'No habla,,'
or shako his head. Thon some ono
would say: 'Well, wo'd better give this
fellow some lemonado' as wo got to
calling It afterwards. Then we'd
"Ordinarily, wo'd tako four men ono
for ench arm nud ono for each leg.
Then wo'd throw tho Insurrecto lint on
his back and put tho gain barrel cross
wise In his mouth. Aftor that ono of
the mon would pour wator from ono
of their big earthen Jugs Into tho fel
low's, mouth. When he'd begin to roll
his eyes and look wild, we'd Btnnd him
up and tell him to 'hnbla.' Sometimes
one Jug was onnugh, nud ho'd tell
where rifles and amunltlon wore hid
den. Rut most of the times It, would
take three Jugsfulls, and I hnvo soon
ns tunny ns live used. Then when we'd
stand him up and they wouldn't talk
one of tho follows Mould punch him
In the Jaw or tho stomach. 1 have soon
Filipinos so full of wator that it would
run out of tholr mouths.
"During my scrvlco In tho Philip
pines I nsslstcd In administering tho
'water euro' to 12 or 1G natlvos, tho
purposo of tho torture bolng to extort
confessions ns to whore arms woro
concealed by tho Insurgents. While
stationed at San lldefonso, In tho pro
vince of Rulcnn, I.loutonnnt Chnppcller
detailed tho detachmont I was con
nected with to glvo the natlvos the
cure. It was our duty to capturo a
natico non-combattant nnd throw hint
upon his back. Placing a short bam
boo stick in his mouth, wo would pin
him down so that it was Impossible for
him to move. This stick kept his
mouth wide open, and thon wator could
bo poured on him, striking him on tho
nose nnd trickling; Into his mouth, Ev
orytlmo Jio breathed Ho would swal
low and Inhalo tho water, thus lining
his lungs nnd stomach.
"At n pro-arranged signal from tho
lleutonant tho pouring would coaso
and tho native would bo asked about
Uio rill os. If ho proved obstinate tho
porformnnco would bo ropentod again
and again until tho enptivo would bo
on the verge of total collapse. Uy this
means wo woro enabled to socuro val
uablo Information, leading to tho cap
ture of many rlllos, and prisoners as
well, for which tho nontenant received
great credit from Gonornl MncArthur,
who, however, was unaware of tho
methods resorted to In securing tho
Information. On tho contrary, an or
dor was Issued from hondquurtorB de
preciating tho reported cruelty inflict
ed upon tho natlvos." f
From Another Source.
Recently tho Spokano Spokesman
Rovlew contained tho follewing:
There are two soldiers now at Fort
Wright "who wore with liolten on his
scouting trips. One of them is Pri
vate Hlnes, pf Company K. The oth
er Is Rufus Wilson of Company M.
They wore detached front regular sor-vk-e
in the Philippines, and woro
placed In the squad with which Dolton
roamed over the islands In quest of
arms nnd Information.
"Lieutenant Rolton certainly treat
oil those natives most cruolly," said
Private Hines yesterday. "I was with
him on a scouting trip 17 dnys in the
noithern pait of I.iuon. We would
ransack the native towns in search' of
arms ami information about the Insur
reetps. When Lieutenant Rolton got
hold of a Filipino, from whom he
wanted to get Information, he showed
him no mercy. 1, myself, saw the
water cure idven three times on that
trip. One time Ho! Urn was not satis
fied with Hiving the fellow ordinary
water. He forced ishasta water down
his throat. I wouldn't stand for such
cruelty as that, and I walked away.
That Shasta water Is vile stuff. It
has a terrible taste, and it sickens a
"Before I Joined Lieutenant Helton's
scouting party he ftot Information
(mm natives by hanging them to
trees. I did not see that myself, how
Private Rufus Wilson, of Company
M. who was also with HolUwt, refused
to talk about the matter. "1 don't
know anything about the water cure.
he said doggedly, "and If I did I would
not tell my own brother, for It might
list some officers, who are friends of
mine. Into trouble."
Cuaufvaey Depew and the Tramp.
I cannot resist here telling a story
concerning Chauncey Depew. It is too
good to be original, but the senator
must bo in it, Just ns Lincoln wns in
nil the stories of a past period. A
tramp met the senator and asked htm
In that easy, velvet-tongued way:
"Would you kindly assist a" etc.
Clmuncey, of course, Is an easy
mark, and ns he fanned himself, nftcr
extracting the quarter, tho tramp In
"And who may I Bay was so kind
"Oh, nover mind. That's all right."
"But In after years, when I rccnll
thoso whoso tender hearts "
"Nevor mind, my good fellow.""
"Then I ennnot accept it sir. I must
lot my frlonds know "
"Well, tell 'em It was Grovor Cleve
land, nnd let It go at that."
Tho tramp put tho quarter back In
his pocket, lolsuroly shook his head,
"Now, my good follow," snld tho
sonntor, "may I ask your name?"
"A gentleman In distress Is loth to
"Yes, but If I have your name I may
bo able to help you."
"No, my prldo would not permit."
"nut allow mo to know whom I have
had tho ploasuro of meeting In this
"O, woll, toll 'em It wns Chauncoy
Dopew, nnd lot It go at that."
Chauncoy fanned htniBclf, and let It
go. From "Affairs at Washington," by
Joo Mitchell Chappie, In May Na'tlonnl.
MAKING A CHICK THINK.
Iiititrnrr tin- ClencrnI Ilellef, It
St-otiiH tn lliivr Some Sfinr.
In 181)0 I made n great many experi
ments with young chicks, testing their
nblllly to lea ni a variety of perform
ances, such ns getting out of u bor by
pui.tug at it certain spot on a doqr or
by Jumping upon n little platform or
by pulling down n string with their
necks, escaping from n pen by going
up u bidder or by following an Intri
cate path through n maze, etc., writes
Professor Edward L. Tluirndlko of Co
Itimbln university In The International
Monthly for February. They Icnrn
readily to abandon thoso nets which
bring discomfort nud to emphasize
those which nro successful In securing
them food, shelter, warmth nnd tho
i-ompnulouslilp ot tholr fellows.
Their learning, like that of the fishes,
U essentially u process of selection.
For Instnnce, u chick Is coutlued In a
cage from which It can cscapo only-by
pecking at u certain spot and so open
lug the door. It sees the other chicks
and food outside and reacts to tho sit
uation (conlluemcut) nccordlng to Its
Inborn organization by running about,
peeping, jumping at the walls, trying
to squeeze through any small openings
and peeking at tho barriers confining
It. The chick feels n score or more of
Impulses to u score or more acts. If Its
reactions Include one particular act
namely, n peck at n certain spot It of
This one net Is followed by freedom,
food and general comfort. Tho other
acts resulted, only In a continuance of
the unpleasant solitary contlncment.
If after the chick has onjoyed freedom
awhile we put It Into tho cago again,
we hnvo n repetition of tho iflst event,
except that I ho chick Is likely to run
ami peep ami Jump and squcezo less
and to peck at the door sooner. If wo
continue this process, so that the chicle
Is again and again confronted by the
situation - "conllneinent In n box of
such and such appearance" It con
stiiiitlv decreases the useless acts and
performs the suitable one sooner nnd
sooner until 'llimlly It pecks nt the spot
Imimdlately whenever put Into thnt
box. It has learned, wo say, to get out
of the box by peeking at a certain spot.
Tin- I'nnin-r'x PliM'h-,
Any farmer who will can Improve
bis i-lilckeiis to almost nny attainable
degree of product I veuc If productive
iichh Is what be wants, by using always
a pure bicd cock of tho same breed
and by careful culling of tho liens. As
the farmer has no paitleulnr uso for
stnud'iiil imirkliigH, these may be dis
regarded except to secure uniformity
In coloring and slxe to aid In selling
live fowls. The farmer wants eggs
nud HcmIi, consequently be should re
tain ns breeders the best layers nud tho
full hreMNtcd. brood backed ones. There
eon 'jo no question as to tho possibility
of xreutly Increasing the laying capac
ity of fowls by selecting for that pur
pose Ry this method yard of com
mon bens ciin be reduced to a sulllcli-nt
degree of uniformity for all practical
purpone and u degree of productive
ness but cannot be obtained by breed
lug and selecting for standard mark
ing only. It Is Itetier, however, to be
gin with all pine bred, both male ami
female, for then the desired uniformity
U already attained, but If eggs nud ta
ble fowl are the thlnies desired then
cull and mate and breed fur them nud
let the siHiidiird points alone. .Stand
nrd points are for breeders' lite mid are
all right for them, but m Sudani points
don't bring the money on the retail
market. Breed for what Is wanted.
That Is the only sensible plan.
I take a pleasant herb drink, the next
morning I feel bright and my com
plexion is better. My doctor says it
acts gently on the stomach, liver and
kidneys, and Is a pleasant laxative. It
Is made of herbs, and Is prepared us
easily as tea. It is called Lane's Med
icine. All druggists sell it at 20 and
SO cent. line's Family Medicines
moves the howeU -each day. If you
cannot get It, send for free samples.
Address, Orator Woodward.LoRoy.N.
An Up-to-Date Place.
If you want to eat your meals In a
flwt-olasa house, patronize the White
House restaurant- You it Just what
you eall for. Open day ami night
We have a fine supply of fresh
spring Iamb and fine sausage, at Fen
We have a button machine and make
oar own buttons. Cronlse Studio.
Urn us j w" mwh wp
Furnish Here and There and
Poem Discovered in a Palace
Car at Ashland
From Portland Journal, May Gth.
It Is strange how any ninn venturing
to dlffor with, or fnlllng to follow tho
political gyrations of "tho towor" losos
nt onco nil ostlmnblo qualities. Ac
cording to tho Orogonlnn, Judge Steph
en A. Lowell, of Pendleton, wns nt ono
time nil that his frlonds and the gou
oral public still know him to bo cul
tured, honoiable nnd Just. Tho mo
ment ho objected to tho courso Mr,
Furnish snw lit to pursue In carrying
tho Umatilla primaries, ho became, In
tho columns of tho Orogonlan, a weak
ling, a trlmmor, a sorehead, a well,
boo tho Encyclopedia Invectlvo. In
this connection tho following, discov
ered In a palace car at Ashland, may
bo of Interest:
Oh, there hied him n ninn to Portland
From tho land of tho Oregon wool,
And ho climbed him up tho Tower
To the man with tho ninglo pull.
Before tho Pull ho hunt lilin his head
As ho murmured in nnxlous tones,
"Oh, If there's a way In which I can bo
A governor mnko It known."
And the Pull said "Furnish."
And ho furnished.
Oh, It's "furnish" here and Its "fur
And It's "furnish." "furnish" every
where. Till I leally don't know whom 1 am at
And wish I wns still a Democrat.
So the man went back to the fertile
Where tho Umatlllas roamed
And he called them tho Push nud em
braced them all
And the spnrkllug boor pots foamed.
"Oh, tell mo," so spoke him, this bank
"The primary comoth," said he,
"And woll you know, oh, my gallnnt
Thnt a candidate I would bo."
And the Push said "Furnish,"
And ho furnished.
Oh. it's "furnish" huro nnd Its "fur
And It'M "furnish," "furnish" ovory-
TIM I really regret that I over ran
For governor as a Republican.
Thon back on tho train tho bank man
To meet Multnomah's chief,
Tho Boss of tho 07 braves,
And tholr busluuss-llko talk was
"Thoy toll mo," ho snld tho bnnltor
"Your forces meet tonight,
So say, I pray you, and whnt shall I
To aid thorn to sou things right?"
And the Boss said "Furnish,"
And ho furnished.
Oh, It's "furnish" hero nnd Its "fur-
And It's "furnish," "furnish" ovory-
And It's oh tho man who would trout
Must enter not with an empty sack.
And so It enmo, tho convention morn1
And oh how tho boys dld'shout!
And out In and amongst the throng
Went tho bunker man about.
And thoy called him a' statesman, the
man who saved
His country In a day of nood.
This was one point and another there
On which thoy wore all ngrued
And that was "Furnish,"
And he furnished.
Oh, It's -furnish" here and Its "fur-
And It's "furnish," "furnish" every
Though some full dead and other
Of my campaign you'll not be
Use Allen's Foot-Ease.
A lewder to he shaken Into the
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and hot, and get tired easily. If you
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and makes walking easy. Cores
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Relievos corns and bunions of all
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URoy, N. Y. 3
That (Jie equal of the cakes and
bread made at the Pioneer Bakery has
never been found. Used In all houses.
The Whits House
Restaurant is the up-to-date eating
Itouee. Meals served to order, and
open day and night. Give us a call,
at 100 State street
Humanity to tho Rescue.
If the news were flashed across the
continent that on some desolate, Inhos
pitable shore a mother and child were
shlp-wrecked, it would not be nn hour
before relief expeditious were being
planned and organized. Though the
cost should be millions, though the
oysge should be long and perilous,
though the woman cast-nway were the
poorest of her sex, unstinted treasure
would be poured out and life cheerfully
risked to bring her back to home nnd
Is in any worse for mother and lmle
to perish of disease nnd hunger on a
desolate island limn tinder n sheltering
roof in n clvilitcd land? How ninny
mothers' lives arc wrecked, by 111-henltfi
each year? How mnay infants die of
Innutrition annually? Why should not
the story of such as thoc make appeal
to human sympathy and stir men to
organized effort for their relief.
KltURP IS MIJADV.
More and more with every month of
every year women are learning that a
call for help in their weakness and sick
ness will be promptly answered by Br.
R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y. Of the
average of five thousand letters re
ceived by Br. Pierce each week in the
year a large number nrc from weak and
sick women who ask for relief from pain,
rescue from the loneliness nud desola
tion of n life which disease hai robbed
of all its brightness. Kvcry such letter
is regarded as a cry for licit), and the
Invalids' Hotel nud Surgical 'rstitute of
lluffnlo, N. Y of which l)r. Pierce is
chief consulting physician and surgeon,
is orgaul.ed for the rescue of just such
weak and sick women. Willi his staff
of nearly a score of physicians, pach man
a specialist, Br. Pierce responds to the
appeal of suffering women as promptly
as the crew of a life-boat respond to the
appeal of distressed mariners, lly his
medicines and advice hundreds of thou
sands of sick women have been made
"I wish to add my testimony to hun
dreds of others ns to the vnluc of Dr.
Pierce's medicines," writes Mrs. Ida M.
Del'oid, of Lntoiia, Hublmrd Co., Mluu.
"Have doctored with a greiit many phy
iicians sonic specialists; have twice
been in n hospital for treatment. My
case hns been regarded as a hopeless
one, and they knew not what the trouble
was. Heart was bad ; btomacli all out
of order; tired out, severe pnlus in al'
parts of tlu body; sinking spells nud
nearly every iilniciit u somau could
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have. I took many a bottle of different
'Patent medicines' without effect. I
began taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription, and ten mouths afterward I
gave birth to a ten-pound boy. All phy
sicians had stated as a fact that I never
could bear a child. Both the baby and
myself were strong, and I got along
splendidly thanks to your medicine. 1
do my own work and feel very much
encouraged. I wish nil suffering women
would thoroughly try your 'Favorite
IS A WOMAN'S WORD GOOD?
Upon the answer to that question de
nds the value of statements such a
milUC l)V Mrs. Tift T?nr.l CI.-
- . -... wuwa, HS
"ifoetomi with many pfiyxiciamsotne
secialiss, without benefit. She has
"twice been in idspital." Her "case tvas
tYKatxied as a hopeless one." She turned
to the use of "patent medicines without
fffc";. And after nit this suffering and
the failures of the medicines nmf doc
tors, she wns cured by the use of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
Any woman who can
read such a statement
as Mrs. De Ford's and
doubt its truth casts a
doubt upon the truth
fulness of women at
large. For this testi
monial is only one of
thousands written by
women glad and grate
ful for licaling by the
iue of Doctor Pierce's
Hut if Mrs. De Ford's
testimony be accepted
ns true, what an avenue
of hope it opens to the
suffering of her sexj
even to those who have
seemingly exhausted nil
medical skill and medi
cinal means of cure.
" Over one year ago
I wrote to Dr. R. V.
Pierce for advice," saya
Mrs. R. M. Clites, of
1205 Williams Street,
Ouinlia, Nebr. Had
been doctoring with1
two of my home phy
sicians for blood poison.
They did not do me
much good only for a
short time. Dr. Pierce
recommended his medi
cines and I took three
bottles of his ' Favorite Prescription ' and
two of ' Golden Medical Discovery and
now I feel better than for more than ten
years. I am so very, thankful that I
lienrd of Dr. Pierce's medicines, I cannot -thnnk
him too much for his kind advice
to tue.'' VOUNDKD ON FACTS.
Rvery claim made for Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription hns a cure right
behind it. Ami behind this cure are
thousands of other cures.
"Favorite Prescription" establishes
regularity, dries offensive and weakening
drains, heals inflammation and ulcera
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the best preparative for motherhood;
triiiHjiilllzlug the nerves, encouraging
the appetite and inducing refreshing
sleep. II makes the baby's advent prac
tically painless and given the mother
strength to give her child.
Sick women, especially those suffer
ing from chronic diseases are invited to
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dress Dr. R, V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Refuse nil substitutes for" Favorite Pre
scription.'' The only motive for substi
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little more profit paid by the sale of less
OV RUItAT WOIITII TO WOMKN.
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser deals with the important ques
tions in tltc fields of biology, physiology
and hygiene, in plain Rugllsh. Of
es)cclal value to women arc tile chapters
treating on tile care of the health, mar
riage nud maternity. The work contains
over a thousand large pages and is sent
free on receipt of stamps to pay expense
of malllugi;?)'. Send 31 one-cent stamps
for the cloth-bound volume, or only at
stamps for the book in paper covers,
Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y
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