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Tfc aad Thai.
Th cold truth U that no amount ol
poliih will make roan an KreaIile
Bonverwtionaliiit tmleai lie sandwiches
In some gossip.
When a man Kt" J"b t4r lflnii a
ion tune, about the first thing he dura
la to monkey around and aee if be can't
What a fool trirk it is for a country
dog to follow hit master's wagon to town
on a hot day when he might have re
mained at home in the shade.
A GOOD THING
For Women to Remember.
That in addressing Mm. I'inkham they
arecommnnieatinK with a woman a wo
man whose experience in treating woman's
ilia is greater than that of any living phy
aician male or female.
A woman can talk freely to a woman
when it is revolting to relate her private
troublcii to a man--besides, a man does
not understand simply because he is a
Many women PtifTyr in silonco and drift
along from bad to worse, knowing full
well that they should have immediate as
sistance, but a natural modesty imies
them to shrink from exposing themselves
to the questions and jirolmlile examina
tions ot even their family physician. It is
unnecrasary. Without" money or price
you can consult a woman, whose know
ledge from actual experience is greater
than any local physician living.
'1 he lollowing invitation is trecly offered;
accept it in the same spirit.
Women suffering from any form of fe
male weakness are invited to fn ely com
municate with Mrs. Pinkl.nm at Lynn,
Mans. All letters are received, opened.
read and answered bv women mil v, thus
has been established the eternal eonll
denee between Mrs. I'inkhuin and the
women of America which has rever been
broken and hns induced more than 100 0U0
sufferers to write her for advice during the
last lour months. Outfof the vat volume
of experience which she has to draw from,
it is more than possible that she has gain
ed tbt very knowledge that will help vour
case, She vks nothing in return except
your good will, and her advice has relieved
thousands. Surely any womnn. rich or
poor is very fooli-h if she does not take
advantage of this generous oiler ot assist
ance. I. vdia K. I'inkham .Vedicine Co,
Real Kent and Comfort.
There is a powder to he shaken into the,
hoes called Allen's Koot-Kase, invent d
by Allen S. Olmsted. Lo Hoy, ,. V.. which
druggis'S imd shoe de iters .say is the liest
thing they have ever sold to cure swollen,
burning and tender or aching fei t. .Some,
dealers claim th;il it makes ligut or new
shots feel oasv. It ceitunlv will -cure
, corns and bunion and relieve instantly
sweating, hot or smarting feet, li costs
on.y a quaiter. and the inventor will send
a sampl free to any address.
It Is True
That lloi.d'n Sar.ftpiir:l!a (tins when nil
oilier ti i ! eiiii s fa:! 1.1 do iir.y so ) wlnif
fer lie.)..: w.i,!!ar in eo!i.'i';iiil:i:i,
pripdi 1 ioii ai.d pt Il'ioii's S.iMipa
riihi Ijijssi-ssch pieiniar in.:it:vt power
It sbsolmelT and peru.aneni'y ru- i a'.
firoin.it i d by
It the best In fa-1. tlio Ono True islood l'urlllfir
Hrwirl'c PS He tie t"t family cathartic
IIUUU rillS and llvorstinmlatit. 25c.
WILL KEEP YOU DRY.
Xrtj't le UyAri with a m.. 'MntoMi
or ruttr coji. It yim vtjuicwi
that will ke-p you dry m the furJ-c-it
storm buv the fish Bran J
Slifkcr. If not for sale In yyut
town, writ for catalogue to
A. J. TOWItV. Bui hi. Mav
1 lilt? ft.r ni.t.Xtirmt
lrniticni m laiiuat
of iuuluu. mm wi irnnt.
faillllHII Bii'l I..,! nmtrim.
THf(lnj tn:ui:iiCo. w imjmiIiuii.
oll b. rnt c lata.
r In plum crupper,
lr rxpri-Hi. nri-r-s'J. fur
' '' I ' !JUMl
2,000.000 Plants $1.50
jwr tboiimint tni ill). 12.0 0 I nrh Trees
arnlup iM(je 'rnne Hedfr, f i.Mi o r tliiiim.
mil Aih ieri1-liiK-T'c p1 r tlinnsand. A lorn
supply ol nil kliulf of o (. Iimly ion ted,
I rue to li ine, sn slrleilv llrnt i ( iMitur
iiufk. "A ti.. f..r Pri 1 1" t.
. . ... ''i "
$12 to S35 PER WEEK
Itic f.r ii.
pmfimfl who cn Kite whnlr tlini to th tin!
HiMiif tumrn. ihnuirli, may tn in-..rtllilT eninlnyMl.
IhMift iKinint for town and olty work m wt)U on itmnlry
4lM.icU. J. I:. iiimii). I Malu SU., niclunona. va.
rt1 Cli1 UT Dain" "til"" aotiiui. ft. of
rritlbn I I PIU KootJuKor Wall mifleHlnK
Manilla. Write for asm le ami irli ' Thnfay
Manilla o.lliiC t: inpany. nuiileii, .1
W ItlWa 1T. I
If SfrsaK aBMCiotj,
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You need not answer the question, madam,
for in your case age is not counted by years.' It
will always be true that "a woman is as old
as she looks." Nothing sets the seal of age
so deeply upon woman's beauty as gray hnir.
It is natural, therefore, that every woman is
anxious to preserve her hair in all its original
abundance and beauty; or, that boing deDied
the crowning gift of boautiful hair, ehe lonpra
to possess it. Nothing in easier than to attain
to this gift or to preserve it, if already
possessed. Ayer's Ilair Vigor restores gray
or faded hair to its original color. It does this
by simply aiding nature, by supplying the
nutrition necessary to health and growth.
There is no better preparation for the hair
AYER'S HAIR VIGOR.
nu Ap I' gjr Nrrdail. (
In addition to giving the convicted
man a tern of ten yean in prison the
judge imposed on him the gratuitous
punishment of listening to a long speech
made for the benefit nf the reporters, In
which be set forth specifically the tea
sing for bis action. "You needn't have
done ail that apologiziu' fer imposin' on
a feller man," said the culprit, kindly.
"Tuey ain't no hard feelings on my
part. I know a" well as you do that a
man can't hold the job of judge and act
the gentleman at the same time."
Poras Moat Commendable Portion
of the laland Population.
How people live so thriftily In Ber
muda, and with so little exertion. Is a
standing enigma. Noliody is in haute
and few have anythi:i siec!al to do,
For a considerable time after the dim
uer hour It appears to be immaterial
whetluT business houses are ojien of
cloned, "stoatnor dnys" exocptel, and
there Is plenty of time for entertain'
menu, regattas and music in the publla
square by the imperial hand. Common
lalKirers Ret about $1 a day, and thn
bent mechanics.' such im ciinumters and
masons, not over (i shHlingH, or f 1.50.
Beef fonts nearly as much as In New
York, and, strnnne to say, vegetables
arc but little cheaper,' while building
uwd aa tenements aredlvlded Into such
small apartments as to return large
rents. For all this, people of every cla-s
and color dress well and seem to laclc
no substantial comfort. The public!
schools are wholly surrendered to the
colored population, whites preferring
to patronize private Institutions. There-j
fore, while there Is no class antago-j
nlsin, there 1 little direct corntnuulica-
Lion beyond the necessities of business)
Intercourse. Colored men as a ruin
drive the coaches, sail the Imats, and;
make the laboring force in all lines of.
Industry, whether In mechanics or
agriculture. On the local steamboats
all hands are colored captain, crew,
and engineers. T'.ven the pilots to eon-,'
duct the big steamers into port are ailj
colored, and of acknowledged eompe-j
tency. Colored people have their ownj
church oditlce, but have a regular place,
assigned them at other houses of wor.-J
ship. Evidently, so far as color is con-,
ferried, all controversy has ceased lu
Hermiulii, each nice treating the other,
with resjuH'tful consideration, lu do1
community are the ordluary courtesies)
observed with a more scrupulous re
gard, especially In the intercourse with
visitors from abroad. The almost total
disappearance of the strictly negro
type of physiognomy is at once notice
able. Already all of the colored popu
lation are Europcauizing to some ex
tern, not only in features but In com
plexion, language and dress, lu fact,
not a few of the best looking, most
I gcuteel and prosperous amoug them
are hardly distinguishable from the
I Caucasian race. It Is also to be set
idown Lu their favor that they are uni
formly polite, always excepting the
"Harbadoes nigger," who is prone to be
There are few, If any. low-down and
disreputable blacks. They are some
times called lazy, but I thLnk this is
said by people who contrast them with
workers in the northern States of
America, which Is unfair. Nobody
works In llermud'i as real workmen do
Lu the Suites or in Knrope. Compared
with the negro of our northern States
the black liennudians as a whole are
it least two generations ahead. They
live lu clean and nice nouses', tliey
dress ueatly, their churches and schools
are well attended and Interesting, they
arc not loungers and Idlers and drunk
arils; and most of the hard work of tho
islands In sawing out blocks of lime
stow, building houses, driving horses
and aKKi-s, loading and unloading ves
sels, piloting and sailing all sorts of
.Taft Into ami atout the harttor, culti
vating the onions, jwtatoes and lilies,
boxing ami barreliug ami shipping the
same and acting as servants on all oc
casions awl everywhere except at Uie
tables of a few hotels, l done by in
telligent, handy, respectful uud com
petent blacks. Hennuda Is the whitest
and cleanest place that 1 have een In
afly part of the world: its streets are
better swept, its houses are better gar
nished. Its every detail U white and
bright and pure ns soap and lime and
water and work can ma Ice It, and t
credit of this whiteness and lLgut HI
due, In a large degree, to the Industry1
and honest laboi -8 the black popula
ion, w horn some writers call "Iniprovl-je-nt
and lazy," It Is a Yankee libel up
m a race that have much to be proud
jf In the position which they have
jalned In two generations since they
a-ere emancipated from slavery New
TOPICS OF THE T1MKS.
A CHOICE SELECTION OF INTER
EST IIGIT EMS.
Com meats arid Criticisma Uaacd Upon
the Happeninga ot tba la His
torical and Ncwa Notra.
If this "wireless" business continues
to grow we may even hope for wireless
It will be noticed, iierhaps, that no
Chicago alderman has caught the
There are three sorts of bites that
emigrants to Klondyke will do well to
guard against, viz., frost bites, mos
quito bites, and not a bite to eat.
In the matter of Turkey the powers
seem to be confused chiefly by the piece
negotiations, with the chances still In
favor of Russia getting the largest
The policy of Sultan 'Abdul Harold
proves him the Fnbius of modern his
tory, with tills difference that, unlike
his ancient Itoinan prototype, he never
puts himself in any post of danger.
A physician In San Francisco claims
to have cured a patient of alcoholism
by Injecting horse's bipod Into his arm.
Such cures usually arc effected by In
jecting horse sense Into the patient.
In the multiplicity of suggestions for
reaching the Wintry Klondike, It Is
strange that nolswly has suggested
skates, though, of course, the high price
of whisky may have something to do
Lillian Russell explains in a New
York paper that "every time she mar
ried for protection." This has many
advantages over an alliance for reve
nue only; but the large collection of
conjugal scalis at Lillian's belt sug
gests a strong Inclination toward free
Recently a serious attempt has been
made to secure the en lis tin tint of young
Americans for the naval service. It
has frequently been a cause of com
ment and complaint that many of the
naval vessels were manned by foreign
tailors. American Iwys and young
men being apparently adverse to ser
vice iu the navy, there is g'xl rea
son why that should be so.
The habit of profanity is largely a
careless habit. In not one case in one
hundred Is an oath intended to mean
anything. The man wito habitually
uses It would be appalled Were he to
! stop to analyze Its meaning, but he
' nevor stois. lie simply swears lc
! cause his fellows swear and because
j swearing seems to be the correct thing
' for men to do. Oftentimes a man will
! swear to "relieve his feelings," though
j what kind of relief audi indulgence af
i fords has never lieen satisfactorily ex
plained. A New England entomologist, who Is
said to Understand his .business, ad
vances the theory that the normal and
well-regulated mosquito never attacks
a human being with the view of drink
ing his blood; that this crime is commit
ted only by the comparatively few mos
quitoes that have contracted a bad
habit much the same as that to which
, the human lover of strong drink has
succumbed, lie argues, moreover, that
, this Intemperate Indulgence In crimson
, fluid Is death to the mosquito.
Chicago Chronicle: Sixth place Is the
best that the Chicago Ixall club can
hope for at the present time, and It
may even have to take a lower stand
ing licfore the season is over. The
combination of Inferior players, bad
p'.aylng and bad management has
brought the club to its present state in
the championship contest and disgust
Mi the lovers of the national game.
Rase-ball has Mtcidily Ix-eti losing iop
ularLty and the diamond has lieen the
scenes of the most disgraceful rioting.
The morale of the players Is low as a
whole, and they have been losing
standing ami caste. The whole or
ganization of ball playing will have to
be changed before a better condition
of affairs can be had. It Is no longer
a gentleman's game as cricket Is In En
gland, ami it will never be until the
whole complexion of the game ha
been changed. ,
There has been great exaggeration as
to the amount of gold taken from.the
Klondyke field by prospectors and
claim owners. It is but natural that
fabulous tales of the "strikes" should
follow the discovery of gold in a new
region, but those who intend putting
their time and capital Into Alaska
should sift carefully the stories they
hear from that country. The chief
clerk of the Kan Francisco mint says
J that all the gold brought to that city
from Alaska will not exceed f.S(0,000,
and nil that has been taken this yenr
and sent to other mints of the country
will not exceed $1,) ),(( M). This Is prob
ably a conservative estimate. That
there Is gold there no one doubts, but It
has not been proved yet that Klondyke
will afford the fortunes that California
or Australia did to the pioneers of half
a century ago. The agent of a Chicago
concern w hich Is Interested In the Alas
kan mines gives good advice to the
newspapers when ho says, speaking of
the printed reports: "We are getting too
much of this 'untold millions' busi
ness." It Is sufficient to tell the truth
about the country. The exaggerated
reports will do the country no good. In
fact, they make It ridiculous.
Even the Boston papers take note of
n n epidemic of murderous assaults and
highway roblierlcs In that vicinity such
as Is afflicting other sections of the
country. Undoubtedly a portion of this
ts duo to the conditions that have drir-
en so large s proportion of the popula
tion Into IdleiiiKs mid want; but the
duty of enforcing the law against nil
classes of criminals Is no less urgent
The Improved conditions of the times
and the revival of Industries justify
the hope that these lawless tendencies ,
may be checked somewhat, but many j
of the most vicious elements in our
population have been developed in a
manlier which will require years to cor
rect. A vastly increased responsibility
is thus Imposed upon officers of the law
which ihey cannot negiect wit.'iout peril
to the welfare of society.
A dispatch from Iierlin declaring the
reported collapsed balloon of Andree
was only a whale's back shows how
easily the imagination of man can be '
adapted to varying exigencies. One of j
the most common phenomena of the j
summer months along the seashore is j
the declaration by a band of otherwise i
truthful citizens 1 lint a certain expanse I
of seaweed is a sea serpent, and at I
times they even go to the extent of as- j
criblng this Identity to a mere shadow
Cast upon the waters. In the arctic l
sea, however, it would be manifestly
absurd to Imagine sea serpents when
monsters of the deep are so numerous
In fact, but it would be equally improv
ident to allow the power of imagination
to go to waste. The thrifty Norwe
gians have been quick to realize this
truth, ami since about the only thing
extant that could be operated on pro
fitably was Andree' s balloon they have
been seeing Anilree's balloon whenever
there was the slightest opening. Sea
monsters have comprised the chief re
source in this enterprise, and it has
been a dull day when a floating whale
has not been heralded as the famous
balloon In a state of collapse. Not the
slightest harm has been done anybody
by these imaginings, for the Norwe
gians have been quick to undeceive the
world by a publication of the truth, and
this dispatch from Berlin is one such
publication In point.
Chicago Tribune: The fire which de
stroyed the Northwestern elevator re
vealed anew the heroism of Chicago's
firemen in time of peril. Five brave
men were slricken down at their posts,
never to rise again. uver two scoro
more fell before the awful blast of an
explosion, and hull' of these are now in
hospitals lighting fur lives which they
hazarded without a murmur for duty.
Many others displayed the same mag
liiliecnt courage, but escaped the grim
harvest of disaster by what may be
termed the luck of war. They went
into that battle with lire with a knowl
edge that an explosion of the grain
dust was possible and that such an ex
plosion meant probable denth. There
was no touch of a comrade's shoulder
nor inspiring blare of trumpet, such as
sustains the soldier as he is swept on
a gainst the enemy. There was constant
opportunity to shirk the danger with
no fear of detection, such as the soldier
seldom has. But these firemen went
straight to the foe with unfaltering
bravery. At the word of command they
placed themselves in the very path of
peril, like Spartans. And when the ex
plosion came they were found at their
posts ready for martyrdom. Fire has
always been the type of the most terri
fying agent of death, and there Is some
thing, therefore, in the courage of a
fireman which commands ; the most rev
erent admiration. It Is far easier to
realize the advance of a line of battle,
where tho men in most cases are in
spired by patriotic zeal and the conta
gion of each other"s fervor. Hut there
is nothing In the fireman's lot to appeal
to his sentiment. The lire lie fights Is
not attacking anything he holds dear.
Ills zeal Is born of an unalloyed sense
of duty, and when he is led by It to
place his life In Imminent peril his
heroism Is of surpassing magnificence.
The Chicago firemen have been so
trained and led by a chief who Has not
a particle of tear in his composition
that they have come to look on it as a
matter of course to run the greatest
hazards and make their way Into the
most dangerous places. That which
seems heroism to others may seem to
them simply a rather disagreeable but
unavoidable duty. Chlcagoans, how
ever, look at the matter in a different
light, and they never can get quite ac
customed to the fearless Intrepidity ot
their firemen, though It has been dis
played so often and Is testified to by so
The Hirer Thames.
If the plans now under way are car
ried out as anticipated, the great work
of widening and deepening the Rivet
Thames will before long be an accom
plished fact, nnd the commercial Im
portance of that river thereby greatly
Increased. It being clear to the au
thorities, on extended examination and
consultation with engineering experts,
that a twenty-six foot channel was re
quired for nt least nine-tenths of the
shipping, It was decided that the work
should 1k prosecuted, to be done solely
by dredging. According to this plan,
there will be from Cravosend up th
river as far as Crayford Nosh, oppo
site Harfleet, a channel width of 1,000
feet and a minimum depth of twenty
four feet at low water, spring tide,
while from Crayford Nss to the Al
bert docks, the width is to be 500 feet
and the depth twenty-two, nnd from
the latter to the Cornwall docks ther
will be a channel at least .'1K) feet wld
and eighteen feet deep.
indention and llcst.
Digestion proceeds more rapidly In
the horse with active exercise than
when eating Is followed by a period ol
rest, according to the experiments, ol
Ir. Tango of Hudn-rcsth. In the doj
and In mnn the opposite Is true, whlcfc
shows how unsafe It Is to Infer result
In ono animal from observations on an
Every year we think lens of alxteen-
year-old glrU, and more of old
Problam of I u l li.
Chicago Post: "He graduated from
college last spring, did he?"
"Well, what line of business has he
"None yet. You 8e, we enn't exact
ly hit on what line he's best suited
"Well, his profespors write that he
wasn't much of a su?,crtB in any branch
Shake Into Vour HIjocb
Allen's Foot-Ease, a 'powder for the
feet It cures painful, swollen, smart
ing feet, and Instantly takes the stinji
out of corns and bunions. It's tht
greatest comfort discovery of the age.
Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight-lilting
or new shoes feel easy. It Is a certain
cure for sweating, callous and hot.
tired, aching feet. Try it to-day. Sold
by all druggists and shoe stores. By
mail for 25 cents, In stamps. Trial
package FREE. Address, Allen 8.
Olmsted. Le Roy. N. Y.
Piso's Cure for Consumption i the beat
of all cough cures.- George W. Lotz,
Fabuulier, La., August 2li, lsil'i.
The proof of the pudding is the empty
dish alter dinner.
No one in ordinary health n-ed become
bald or pray, if h will follow Hensili e
treatment. We advise cleanliness of the
scalp and the use of j lull's Hair Ronewer.
Mrs. vmluw'H SooTin.Mi Syrup for ihi d
ren teething, m fti'iis I he lmiiiim. reilni'i-s inflttin
mutiuii, allays pain, cures iiiil folic, ic bottle
Burn up the old neot material and re
place it with new as toon as a hen comes
off with her brood
fabrics anil cutlrlps arR both rendered marvelous!?
ahlle by lilentl's sulnhur Soau
H1U' Hall aua wuisner uye, Diaen or Drown, uc.
Eggs should be clean-ei as soo.i a
gathered, if soiled, especially those you
intend to store away.
CTQ PermanentlyCured. KoIllHOrnervoilsneHof:or
ll I O tlrst day'H uie or Or. Kilnu'H Greut Nerve !
storer. Snil for Fltl'.K ik'J.ou trial bottle and treatise.
Da. It. H. Kume. Ltd., Ml Areh Street, I'liilutlelphiu, 1'a.
By having low root-ts the fou ls ill In
more comiortab'e and mumble f- ot may
Hull's Catarrh Cure
Is taken internally, l'rice 75 cents.
Removing to viarm, dry quartets will
fight the biggest half of any disease in
AN OPEN LETTER
WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE
EXCLUSIVE UE OF IliE WUkD " CASTORIA," AND
"PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR trade mark..
, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts,
was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," the same
that has home and does now 'iff yg - JST" on every
ear the facsimile signature of Uuz&fflcUc&M wrapper.
This is the original "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which lias been
used in the homes of the mothers of America for over thirty
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
the kind you have always bought jSTy Sfajr- f "" on
and has the signature ofAC wrap
per. No one has authority from me to use my name except
The Centaur Company of which Chas. M. Fletcher is
March 8, 1897; Q$&A1
Do Not Be Deceived.
Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute
which some druggist may offer you (because he makes a few more pennies
on it), the ingredients of which even he does not know.
"The Kind You Have Always Bought1
BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
The Kind That Never Failed You.
HI CtNtAUII COMPANY, 7T MU R ft AV ITflCCT, NEW YORK CITY.
IDCAt TTTPf V rniDII1ITri?ntarBri-inf ramorconiitlpiitlnn. ftararrtnarMae ldil Ijiia
ADwbUlEiUI UUAAfini&uUtite. ntrrjrrlporrrlH-. hut raane rant aataral rwnltn. haai.
pit and booklnt free. Ad. STKKI IMi KKJIKItY CO., ( hlramt, Mntral, I an., ..r lNw tort, at
GET THE GEKUircB ARTICLE!
Walter Baker & Co.'s
Pure Delicious, Nutritious
Costs Less than ONE CUNT a cap.
Be sure that the package bears our Trade-Mark.
"A Handful of Dirt May Ba Houseful
of Shame." Keep Youf House
N.K.V. Mo. 459-40.
klTHEN WMTINQ TO ADTKBT1HM
Jl aiaaaa aar fmm aaw Dm Mrartlaaawl
I ti, tn t im "
B Oct (rendu u leie.ralll h" ' p'e-'ptirtdj-
II H ikx 'In suit yon? ' I
not on e tmlay. Ex ect ns nexlwek.
Moil., r ii- Ml." there's just ten omN.
.VI is. Buv er Tuat's all righ ; only
why not say, "Mother is indi-K-ed?"
Mr. Bowser Tnat wouldu't iimk it
Mi e. Bower I know; but it i
longer word than "ill," and we might
as well vet our money's worth while we
are about it. Boston Transcript. , .
How Many of Them Have Quietly
Obtained Advice That Had
My sister, if you find that in spite of
following faithfully your family doo
tor's advice, you are not getting well,
why do you not try another course?
Many and many a woman has quietly
written to Mrs. Pinkham, of Lynn,
Mass., stating her symptoms plainly,
and clearly, and taken her advice, which
was promptly received. The follow
ing letter is a
our claims :
" I had been
sick for six
told me I
to go to a
would fret well. I had female troubles
in their worst form, suffered untold
agonies every month ; my womb tipped
back to my backbone, had headache,
hysteria, fainting spells, itching, leu
corrhuea. " My feet and hands were cold all
the time, my limbs were so'weak that
I could hardly walk around the house;
was troubled with numb spells. I
have taken four bottles of Lydia E.
l'inkham's Vegetable Compound, one
bottle of her Blood Purifier, one pack
age of her Sanative Wash, and am
entirely cured. I have not had ono
of those numb spells since. Can you
wonder that I sing the praises of a
medicine that has cured me of all these
ills ?" Mrs. Louisa Place, 650 Bel
mont St., Brockton. Mass.
Baker & Co. Limited,
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