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The County Lxchanges
Hems ol General Interest Selected Iron the Columns of Contemporaries J
' Krm tin- tYiiiricr. ' t
Jim Torryborry and, wire art- vl-.lt-ing
iu lVtneColo.; lMs v'-"
A Uttlvvsouof-Toliu, dmpbidl iK'ci"
dently cut ulT one of hi toes, lt.h an
axe Thursday t vt-ni n.
V)st(irtt''luj'Ct'n SUiditr wis In
Louisville Friday Inspect lutrllfc I' cnl
posUitHee, wltloli he foiiud In gU'l'1 Con
dition. Mrs. AiVy ('li'gh"tn and t' If ttlo
daughters nr'here froiti I inidwnid, S.
I)., visit tiiu with V: A. G leghorn and
Willi.' jvorklng mi tin
ni'sflay Klw.ud Rubble
wlili tin' lit ;it' and f"r
his cou'bliou.was liou -j ,.-.
1 1 arty Given 1 1- -t tlvt ssof ;i lino
horse Sunday momiug- , J';''' death
was caused trim, I'ld'.'g "Vl'r heated
while working in ilu-' fVi.l.tist .'al in
Willie' ingi'lui irttit. wita yefigfiiu
lie was driving a water taul when the
hots.si iuirttjed, ao J . t ;ws thvimi
celvlng a peiietrariug wound over the
sacrinii, t hn Tftl hijKl-Tlig7vrf:y
Inches. , , , . . .
i '' Why (H' I h iiiri Vnn? - Why does
a inosiniitti stingy Why do wo reel un-
. harpy ' .UP ,i;0(LC;W..sutmiip. Vml
. Answer:, we duu't iVc usu De Witt's
' Witch Hael Salve, ami theso lfttlo tils
don't bother ua. Lear a to look rpr the
nmc on the box to get'' tho genuine.
Sold by F. 0. Frlcke & Co. and Gerlng
(t'run ilit' K.tlfi.r.)
M r's7 Viator Sheldon' jsV entertain
ing her mother, Mr. Wgglns, of Rose
vllle, Illinois., . , )
Mr. 'Arthur Kilgren, of Lincoln, Is
tislUint witl) infold college' chum, J.
Hii(aeeH"'0 Vfib In town Satur
day, "lb' tiiH rrof; '"en here beforo in
years ami be telj.1 us ho bad been hav
ing lad times,
, TUi'i teams are. uiujloyi;d all the
time iiuuliuuclay.fwiv JV'Urd's jilts
and loading It "i '"-' cars. 11 ls SulF'.
ped to Umabn, wheni It Is used In
making vei Ulied paving and tire brick.
Mr. Nelson has iiit.unied frum a trip
out In Idaho, where Iu went tosee the
country ;ind visit, a brother. He says
it is a fei jr liu joutiuy and they raise
nuiUlyi'tgar heels. He sajsa quarter
Mt'lionii.r M land will cost, i lo,uon Mid
it rents for lpi;r, acre cash.
t. wee, wlnsigii'Hahe was born
to Mr. and Mrs' hi.;. K'' Friday af
t en mbn Jflh I kith; t tjs dehyl i tf u 1 seven
iiyilUd'tillof Crirtiffntliiay live long
Lat Saturday afternoon rev. Stan
ard was called to Wabash to attend
the funeral of J. W. and K. M. Glllis
pie's child, ten months old. It was
their only child. They have many
friends to sympathize with them m
their sad atlllctlon.
Merrill Shelp.of Now Milford.I'enn.,
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie.
Stark over Sunday. Mr. Shelp and
Mr. and Mrs. Stark were schoolmates
In Pennsylvania and enjoyed meeting
again very jnueli. Mr. Shelp. expect
to remain In "Nebraska ami fur tlie
present wilt tuid employmcnf at Weep
Iiik' Water. '
a woman worries until she mti
wrinkles, then worries because1 sue
hem 1tiite tftfrf'Tloll'Hti i'
lb'ky Jltiptalu JTea a:iwould Unu
neither. "Ilrftjfif,' snillini? face fol.lt, -Its
bs?.' ZT, , ceots, .Tea. or Taji.c;
U'vri'm! & ti., drut.'i.'ist. . ; - i '
LOOK WEtL TO YOUR DUTY
IN THE GOOD OLD
You want to save your
money to buy your
AT OUR CITY
. Coal Yards.
uii Veight Guaranteed ,
' Best Threshing Coal
' All Kinds ; of Feed
REPUBLICANS ARE WORRIED
I'rt.in tht) Li-ilnrr.
Trof. C. II. Taylor went to Sprlnr
lleld Monday mornlnc to make prelim
inary arrancmetits for the belmiliiK'
of the schools, of which he Is the prin
cipal for the second year.
Miss lalsy Fowler of Ashland, who
ls to teach the Intermediate depart
ment of our schools, was here last
.Saturday, calling on friends and tak
lntf a survey of the work for the com-
W. II. Cross, W. IA Tracy, Will A.
Frans, Joe liannlni?, John Lldeett, T.
G. Itanium and Pr. Newell went to
Omaha Monday to help exercise the
Ak-Sar-Hen jfoat-and they did.
Dave Laliue has closed a deal for
the purchase of a blacksmith shop at
Elinwood, and noes there next week
to take possession and his family will
move there a few weeks later
1). W. Foster, accomjianled by Miss
Mary and Mrs. Foster, returned from
their trip to the tl. A. li. reunion at
MltineajHills Saturday evening. He Is
very much pleased with the bit: show.
James Iarroiik!h and family arrived
home last Friday from California,
where they spent a few weeks visiting
relatives and old acquaintances. They
had a delightful visit and came home
fecllnit as tine and happy as school
John 11. Dous'e, a former resident of
this village, arrived Wednesday even
inn from Toledo, Wash , to enjoy the
reunion and make a visit with rela
tives and friends. The "P.ed Head
Club," of which he was a charter
member, will have a banquet while he
The Mo. Tac. Ky. Is doint! an enor
mous f rclnht business Just now. Mon
day evenhiK there were six lon
freight trains nt this station at six
o'clock, four west aud two east. If
this keeps up for three years, we may
reasonably expect the management to
order the weeds cut and Improve the
sanitary condition of the depot
grounds at Union.
Th End of th World
of tumbles that robbed R H. Wolfe,
tr Hear drove, la., of all usefulness,
eini" when he bean taklnjf Klecti ic
lii'nrs. He writes: "Two years nco
Kidney trouble caused mo great sutler
ink', which 1 would never have sur
vived had I not taken Klectrlc Hitters.
Tnev also cured mo of General Debil
ity." Sure cure for all Stomach, Liver
hihI Kidney complalnM.Ulood diseases,
lle.i iache, Dirtiness and Weakness or
IhmIiw decline. Trlco 60c. Guaran
teed by V. 0. Frlckc A Co., drumUU.
C.1 ColintyR Crop Record.
. Aecordjotf to a tabulated statement
Issued from the 'state labor bureau at
Lincoln by ctfuhlles, Cass gets credit
- for the-hlrw!nfr"rtf-thr fnllrwtnjr
, . !mount of producljSnJ'f " ,( "
t'aU-v."isf t-WvV i "!. j :Vfc'1".
Hay ... i i tons
ylttl 04tloVoiH)ty;.Sjdpjicd tr,Jte rortj
'than Cat aii(l.ViU7.vajs(iiiaiiaf1Vs, but
t. rc lion ih-l!ltr 'ftimrt'iW'Vvbl!
ill! '-lVV" u vv"" s tv
by several thousand bushels. v1
and alwjili a bngtohci-flL'Udfi
JV.'Vjr. joo!jVU r)i'-ujrii,jtJee I'ret
trulMfnkalW'ttCk'i'if. ' '
r,' , A Mystory Solved.
vmv, , i'.',-;(feporr periodic at t 1. 1 of.
'. ' '. i'.'i". wjiui tiaULual ..euhfcUu 1 1 u
.,'.u.u,j:y.fr7 tliat''TK'1?friR,s' New
I, solved for me," wrliei .bilui
... 1 i that are guaranteed to'lve
s'iitlsfacllou'.to everybody or
Mfunderj. Only 'i&o at S- 0
l .. i.e .y Cu' djrug store. . '
Horn, on Saturday. Auinisl 1, to
Mr. and Mrs. Kd. Osscnkop, a boy.
Mrs. Kd. liettsand daughter, l'earl,
left Monday evening for a week's visit
with friends at Newport, Neb.
It has been decided to put two fur
naces In the school house as It was
thought that one. w6uld not properly
heat the building.
"Dick" Wright was overcome by
the heat while threshing at his place
one day last week, but he has got all
right and Is able to bo out again.
While playing Tuesday, little Vina
Vinson fell and a small stick pene
trated the roof of her mouth Just
above the tonsils, causing a very jialn-
The Circular Letter Sent Qut'Jij Saperin
"iteide-nt Gamble' to SaJiool Directors.
" Dnimry .sup.'rinrr-nient i;amnie has
just. Issued' articular letter to" scIi-mI
dire,i'Uji calling 1 heir attention lo
S':vet;al iuipoftaut matu-rs thatKhould
In al tended , to .before ..school opens.
Amotiir Die many things of Inrportam e
to which; )H! i;alll their. at.tentbm wl
Mpt'lnt l bi'.loljow.iiit;: ;
V.Tt'oublo.vP, various kinds villi r.ome
up during (,hr,y.!:ai'. ,1 ak yiu: l let
juo-kuoyv wieu. ymt bavntiny fault to
liliwit.UUiiycibV.n. . itiin not perfect
and vyiUm.Uio, in i.-.takis: nnd-,.von are
not prrfuef ;uud ; will i mtikq nibtiiKes.
F.y working t"Uetht r .we ;au iI(i,i,'miU
... I T ... I 1 ... . ,.1 ,,,, .1. I nminiiM.
ausuggostiou from you at aoy lime. Thmo.sbe will fctudy j.rivaXelymler j1'1
I shall work tii'bl;, last and all the time the direction or the fauieJ rroi..;ior
(or the leht Interests1 of the schools, tons., and tliqn go LoNcw York, gLving
and feel sure that 1 will have your another year to the, finishing! of, her
support so long as my 'efforts' arc in musical education. Jt. isber expecta
Coal Yards ,
,. il'.i ner Third :n.d Main Stree.l.s
...i.U'lMiO -j , Mutts 1'bono"
A Former Cass County ,Gil.
Tlm.f(i!vwiuiyr.;iil i uieience to a for-
in-irCfnvnuly girl, aud daughter o;
tli.l latt ,tulsjo Mi'.iwtill, i.s talfoo from
tbii l.uiui.Jh:ral.d.: .vMis ..M.vriila
Mavvcllj vvLm.bns U'en; insli jictor in
niu.hicln f-yeuiou t 's iu bl U sboolij for
the-past, two veaiy,, bus .determined 16
follow tb iMol'e'iuik-and .wiU; jeave
Ihu city ;ou Wcdnebday lor Chicago.
Chairman Sherman Admits that Forty Seats
la the House are la Danger.
A special from New York, under
date of August 2', says:
No hard-headed, unsympathetic
politicians can figure n the coming
election for roenbcrshlp of Congress
without realizing that a Republican
House of Representatives in the: Six
tieth Congress Js.very much Jn doubt.
"No one knows this better than Rep
resentative James S.- Sherman, chair'
man of the Republican; CuogiusalonaJ
Committee. Mr. .Sherman Is n good
politician, and Ire is-p'aytrjg tbc'game
well.' Just' now he )s eng'aged'ln'pnt-
tlng to steep ' tlie'' democrats, aud, toe
Tabor allies of thtf democrats. "JCliut Is
iu meaning gr.tns statemcut mada on
Situtday to tbc republican newspapers
that the Nousn .was satd.Y Krpiblican
on the prosperity issue. ;...' '
"Mr. Sherman had admitted within
a short time to the President "and., oth
er American leadcrsy'li;iweve'r',''tli'at
tlie Republicans stood to lose! forty
seats that they now hold intrm lfouse.
This would mean a flrop f roth the ma
jority of IU, elected In-November,
l'.ioi, to a majnrity of -only., thirty-two
in the Sixtieth Congress. : i ; v..-:
''it is frankly, admitted tlmt-po liv
ing man who fee's . I bore;, will he .a loss
of forty Congressional districts. ..to his
party can safe!.V 'make, t'htf' prediction
that the loss Ctit nut be lii't'y' or 'per
haps more, and a loss 'of- lifty-sK (lis-1
tricts would tirtlH TbA)sV 'I "'
-: "Th Is Ls duo tb' a!ff:t ftiiparallcl'ed
conditions whloh prevail ill tho repub
Jicu.n party; orgautzatioi), iu i do.c'li
states aijd.ty tC;ailtion olougwiCl-
aUstic lines,, foe he t destruction nf
tMTED STATES SENATOR
FROM SOUTH CAROLINA
the right direction.
"The weeds should he mowed, win-
(low lights replaced, the school house
thoroughly cleaned and a drinking
tank or pail, preferably the former,
provided before the opening day. Have
the out-buildings clean and in gcod
Heigh Weaver who left here a few
weeks ago and bought 40 acres of land
in Garticld county, is putting up a
house and other buildings, and ex
pects to move there in a few weeks.
Robert Hoesewctter, a brother-in-
law of Otto Roesewetter living south
west of town, left last Friday for his
home In Wisconsin. Mr. Roesewetter
has rented Fred otto's farm for next
year and will move here in the fall.
Fred will move to town.
Smcnmor Diarrhoea In Children.
During the hot weather of the sum
mcr months the first unnatural loose
nessof a child's bowels should have
Immediate attention, so as to check
the disease before It becomes serious
All that ls necessary Ua few doses of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlar
rhoea Remedy followed by a dose of
castor oil to cleanse the system. Rev.
M. O. Stockland, Pastor of the first M.
E. Church, Little Falls, Minn., writes
"We have used Chamberlain's Cholera
ud Diarrhoea Rsmedy for seven
years and find it a very valuable reme
!y, especially for summer disorder (
children." Sold by F. 0. Frlcke & U
did A. T. Tiled.
tion to return to Fremont for an occa
sional visit, but will not return per
manently until she shall have com
pleted tho course of study proposod.
Miss Maxwell is a charming womau,
thoroughly in love with her chosen
work, and her many friends here wish
The Praise That Comes From Thankful
repair and Insist that they may be "her a most profitable and enjoyable ab-
kent that wav. sence from home."
"If you want to get. the most value
for the money paid your teacher see
that she has tho necessary supplies.
Get acquainted with her and Iind time
to talk school occasionally. It will pay-
"I am asking each school board this
fall to secure for your teacher a copy
of Condra's Geography of Nebraska.
Unless the teacher already has a copy
of the book she will very likely ask
you to procure one for her. It Is pub
lished by the Nebraska School Supply
House, Lincoln, Neb.
"At this time all but about live
schools have teachers. 1 have done
my best to adjust the supply to the
demand and If any district has no
teacher in mind 1 will try to secure
one for you, although practically all
our teachers who have not secured
schools here have gone to other coun
"Just a word here about agents. As
rule It does not pay to buy from
agents who travel about the county.
While some of their supplies maybe
good, the price Is always high. I keep
on hand catalogues of reliable houses
and will at any time furnish them on
"1 shall begin my work of visiting
schools Sept. 10 and shall try to visit
all schools that have beginning teach
ers before the end of October. 1 shall
call ujion as many of you as possible
when visiting the schools and shall
expect you to call upon me when In
l'lattsmouth, especially on Saturdays,
when you will always iind me in the
otllcc. Feeling sure that 1 w ill secure
your help In making this a successful
year for Cass county schools."
like a prairie tire.
What. Sherman , Fears. , j
, "The districts that Mr. Shcrwan ex
pects to lose,, evideutly, arc those
which were carried by the democrats
In 1002, and were sw ept Ititp the repub
lican column by the phenomenal run
run of Mr. Roosevelt In 1904. These
districts are situated thus: California,
3: Delaware, 1: Illinois. 7: Indiana,
Iowa, 1: Kentucky, 1; Michigan, 1;
Minnesota, 1; Missouri, n, Nebraska, 1:
New Jersey, 2; New York, it: North
Carolina, 1; Ohio, :i: Pennsylvania,
"A loss of forty seats from the show
log made at the presidential election
would not be a serious matter, because
it would still leave to the republicans
a safe working majority of thirty-two
. it.. c 1 i . .1 i
Oiip kidnev remerlv never f.li s. notes, oui i-u. nnciu.au aiiu ins a
Plattsmouth people rely upon It. That sociates have to confront a phenomenal
remedv Is Doan's k'ldnev Pills. Platts- Siiuanon in many siar.es
mouth testimony Droves It al wavs reli- "There are troubles of the first mag-
Wp nitude in New York, New Jercey,
.1. 15. lMtridge, living on Eighth pnio.l'ennsylvania, Massachusetts ana
i i mi . v. - l t . .
street, bet ween Oak and Locust streets. wa- ilr,: oosiacies, w easy
Plattsmouth, Neb., says: "I never P3" success cisewncrc, uui uiese
i,f,. i, nf a m no. cn states will sutlice to point out to the
1st 1 1 XI tit & L Jlllli.,1
much Lmod ns Doan's Kidnev Pills congressional uimimuee uic uuueui
whirl, 1 nrneiirorl from (lertnt? & Co Ues 11 will lauor unaer uic uepemmig
From the Lender-Kclio.
Mrs. G. G. Melslngcr.of Cedar Creek-
is visiting at Geo. Stoehr's.
Mrs. John Gerdes is quite seriously
111 at this writing with appendicitis,
A son was bom to Mr. and Mrs,
Ferdinand Rnseno Thursday of last
Howard Sutton, of tho clerical force
in the pension depart lUeiib at Wash
ington. D. C, Is spending his vacation
with relatives and friends here.
Joe Nichols, who lias been sick in
California for several weeks, came
home Saturday evening. .He is sulTer
Imr from catarrh which has Infected
his nose. )
i Cyrus Williams, uf G uMj rlc Cqnter,
lwtt,, caiv.fr Wednesday .for a week's
yhsitjjti honwv. Mr..WlUlnms is sujicr-intwdrnt--f
Xj nThjlif Cciil er" Tod "will ret urn" tn
tihio to lake bp his work.
JanVek iulriinll crKt. toulS"Tas
e'VtlM oh rcoelp t y aTctterannbupo
Inutile 'itrjoirshiiNs',dr hlsrotlier,'
!jal tJui'Din. Tit"1 lotro'r wim'frim
brVyci:in ali4 Stated .Unit 1U wVs
fjTipoIttlcir him to live mVa few
Vn.tysbWen :'u f mi
Trof. Tyler, of Amherst college sa'-
recently: "A man can live winter.
til v without tirnins: no man ever pitt
ed without a digestive system. Ti
dyspeptic has neither faith, hope i h
charity." Day by day people teahz.
the Irajwtance of caring for i ir oi
gestlon: realize the need of the ie .;t
a lit tie corrective after overeaii A
corrective like KihIoI For Dv, ,i-.n.
It digests what you eat. Sold t.j K. G.
Frickc &. Co. and Ucrlng & Co.
. v Notppettt, loss et itr6rth,r.ervout
nut, haidichs, constipation, bid breath,
jeneral debility, tour rlsirts, end catarrh
of the stomach are all due to lndlrestton.
Kodo! curei Ind'jjestlon. . This Hew discov
ery represent. thi tiaiural Juices of dteea
tioa m lhey.6ii ia.a healthy stomach,
combined with th: teatosl kmn tonld
and reconstructive properties. Kodol Dr
pe ps'.a Cure does not only cure indigestion
and dyspepsia, but this (amous remedy
cures all stomach troubles by c'ennstne,
purifying, aweetenlnj and etrenjthenln
the mucous membranes tonj the stomach;
Mr. t. 3Ptl, c( Reixl. W.'Vt.i ufi
"i!irr'ikraK lh t itsit.ch (or tnly rrl.
Kill eurei ii.t v-4 Httu uir.c U m mia
(or rrtbv." : 1
r? Kodol Digests What Ypu Eat
Bell ; 907 Sl-Ui) SU hrMict 2i limu Dm trtif
.... ', which Mia fir rnl,
Prepared br a. c owitt oo.. ohioaoo
drugstore. Refore using them 1 was
pretty nearly broken down with my
back. 1 could hardly straighten and
suffered almost constantly from pain
across my loins and kidneys. My first
experience with this kind of trouble
dates back a long time ago and I be
lieve 1 know what misery and torture
kidney complaint brings. At times I
have been so crippled up that 1 could
uot get around without the use of a
caue. The llrst box of Doan's Kidney
Pills did me so much good that I got
the second box. This brought me out
all right. It did the work thoroughly
There Is no expression 1 can give that
would overestimate the value I place
on Doan's Kidney Pills."
For sale by all dealers. Price fine
Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
I Improving Nicely.
II. C. Rrinkman, the gentleman
who was seriously Injured at the Bur
lington shops last Monday afternoon,
was down town this morning to have
the bandages removed from his
wounds, and In company with his sis
ter, Mrs. Deitz, of Lincoln, gave the
Journal a call. Mr. Rrinkman is im
proving much better than expected,
and with the exception of the knee
cap of the right leg, which Is bother
ing him considerably, Mr. Rrinkman
can be considered asdolng remarkably
on prosperity alone for success in keep
ing down the democratic gain to forty."
"TV..1 lay VVhi'e the Sit . S'
'l " r it Irsv.i. .. i .. . ..
ti iu Li. ..if r. IR- i. i
In 'lil sunshiny iiih v ltxl On I :i
h i.i l'.-s I"! 1 1 ie sl iii . 11 rtl.lfi, ,1.
su i.;iile lo r.)du.v. ,v t sit. i it i l !
w 1 1 every household. 1 1 s.-..i i .
(Inn . i mea and cholera morbid ihm ,t'.
tiiek vine member of tnc htune nith-
out naming. Chamberlain's e.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, liu n
Is the best known medicine for tlu-e
diseases, should always be kept at
band, ns immediate treatment is ne
eessiiry, and delay may prove fatal.
For sale by F. G. Frlcke & Co., And A.
Ex Senator 1t. C. Butler.
, DftfcPsic.'f OtaiX'weti Ty CrJarrh
Un ji 9 the Stcni;7i a-ut Therefore a
W'lfr far. Pysfcf'S!.'
t. ------ l l I H i '--
" Hon.' Mv'Ci P.tdler, Ksf, H. Hen-
JaM.-ti-om'-'Sdutll t'lift.ltns'for twoj
i teiinfl. tn aliitter Srnm Wanluugtun, t
J,:t'."yvrietq thoPeronaWeilioine I
lj'i.,a follows: ,. , . , ., t
. "l ean recomnittnii , -Perunn fori
tfy&pcpsia'aud stomach trouble. I
have been ustwr your 'medicine fori
H short period Miid I feel very much 1
relieved. It Is inJoed a wonderful
medicine, besides a $oud .tonic." T
CAT AKK1I of the Ktomaeh u the cor
rect namo, for jnoiit eases of. 'dys
pepsia. In ordor to cure catarrh of the
stomach t bo catarrh must t eradicated.
Only an Internal eatarrb remedy,
Bueh as I'eruna, Is (ivallable.
' Peruna exactly meets the indicationu.
--- - i r :
Acute attacksof colic and oh' .Imrf.
come on without warning and (.nmipr.
relief must be obtained. Theie is no
necessity of Incurring the expenses of
a physician's service in such cases if
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di
arrhoea Remedy is at hand. A dose of
this remedy will. relievo the patient
before a doctor could arrive. It has
never been known to fall, even In the
most severe, cases and no family should
be without; Ui." Foi 'sahTby F. O.
Frlcke & Co., and. A T7 Fried.
Don't allow money to lie around,
is easier to spend it and easier
to lose it
Dr. Elster, Dentls,
7 "Z" " ' ? '
by keeping it tn a safe place such as
The Bank; of Cass County
Capital Stock $.10,000, Surplus J15,000
CIuis. C. Piirmi'te. t'rts., Jueoh Trltscb, V-P.
T. M. l'Ktterson. Casli.
Y'ou can give a check for any part of
It at any time and so have a receipt
for payment without asking for one.
W hen you have a bank account you
will be anxious to add to it rather than
spend from it. Don't you want to
know more about it.
If you are hungry wo can supply"
joitt.listltJkk of tria market
Z'th'dcor tatMf Cts Co. Pink
do 1 take Cardui"? writes Mrs."
Jelemma Mullins of Odessa, W.
Va. , "Because, after suffering
for several years with female
trouble, and trying different doc
tors and medicines without obtaining relief, 1 at last
found, in Wine of Cardui, a golden medicine for all my
Ills, and can recommend it above all others for female
Cardui furnishes safe relief for backache, headache,
periodical pains, irregular, painful or unhealthy cata
menial flow, and all ailments from which sick women
suffer. A perfect tonic for delicate women. A pure
vegetable medicine for girls and women who are subject
to the complaints peculiar to their sex. Has benefited
over a million who used to suffer as you do.
At every drug store, In $1.00 pottles. . . . . V . .. '
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