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CURED OF GRAVEL.
Net a Single Stone Has Formed Since
Using Doan’s Kidney Pills.
J. D. Daughtrev. music publisher, of
Suffolk. Va.. says: ''During two or
three years that I had
kidney trouble I passed
2U j>ounds of gravel
and sandy sediment
in the urine. I haven’t
passed a stone since
using Doan's Kidney
Pills, however, ana
that was three years
ago. I used to suffer
the most acute agony
during a gravel attack.
and hni the other u.-ual symptoms oi i
kidney trouble—lassitude, headache,
r ain ia the back, uriaarv disorders,
rheumatic pain. etc. I have a box con
taining 14 gravel stones that I passed,
but that is not one-quarter of the
wh !e number. I t nsider Dean's Kid
r. y Fiiis a fine kidney tonic.”
F - sf'e by ail dealers. 50 cents a
: x. Fc-'ter-SIilbum C’o.. Buffalo, X. Y.
A worthy life i; impossible without
a w ; ;hy nv tire.—Rnskia.
F: 1 • c ■ ilf-dtii* Take Garfield
1 a : it regulit*-- the liver and kid
■ i -.. : •>n;e< . n.-’ipaticn, purities the
■ 1 .i i ezada ' # It >< made
v. '• !’-rbs.
T! “ -sr i• uv - is he whom
bca run rules -Brooke.
1 Smile Birr ter Cigar has a rich
r ; Y* u: dr:1. : or lewis' Factory,
Pei tin. ill.
X'. '.ting is impassible to the man
who can will.—Kme.soa.
TGNIG FOR MOTHERS j
Cr, Will ams’ Pink Pills Are Safe and
Reliable—A Favorite Household
y. h.rl co! may be the crowning
1 of a womans life or it may
bring grief an.: sorrow. Mrs. M. J.
W.am. of IT * 3: a .. Street. Aabum.
V; : * . rcl-te3 her - xperience after the
It- : of her daughter in 1901, as fol
"1 was ail run down at the
tin .* baby crate and did not im
i■ - .n h . . rapidly after. I was
! ■ to. and :d!-. ss. My stomach
<11. reused me b ing full of gas all the
time am! my heart fluttered so that I
could scarcely breathe.
1. ! 'it ml 1 that a friend
L* r mmentted Dr. Williams' Pink
Phis to me s * I commenced using
11; m. I gained in strength rapidly
while the bah; thiove also. When I
<ct i try next chii.l I started tak
i:;. the pills again as a tonic and
str ngthencr and had no such diffi
0 - • as before, i get up better and
ir.y strength came back much sooner.
A . r st winter I.had an at
tr.< 1: r.f rheumatism in the hands which
w nt from ore '-.and t-> the other. The
join*? .died up and wore so stiff I
r u.iu art more them. The pain ex
tended up tl.rough my arms and
sh ml.!; rs. I ft .t sick enough to go to
Led but did not do so. This attack
la 1 - i for £• v ral tn nths. I tried sev
eral rem-nlies l;ut finally came back
to using th - pills which had done me
co much good before and found that
;• benefited me almost at once. I
Lave n t been troubled since.”
druggists sell Dr. Williams’ Pink
Pills, or they will be s nt by mail
T>' -t-pai.l, cn receipt of price. 50 cents
1 -r box. six boxes for $2.50. by the
Dr Williams 1X1 diclne Company,
Schenectady, X. Y. Send for book oi
It would be too bad to deco
rate your home In tbe ordl
nary way, simply because '
of cot knowing you could dr
it better for less money with
Alabastine. Better find 1
out all about Alabastine
We’ll cheerfully send
you full information if you
will send us your address
on a post card.
The Alabastine Co..
910 Gma.ai. Are..GraW Iwta,
Hick., or 100 V.ter Street,
Hew lark Cilj
THE CANADIAN WEST
IS THE BEST WEST
Some of the Advantages
Tr.e phenomena! increase in railway mileage—
r... n iiu^a:.d nrmnenes—-ha# put almost every por
■ r; «»t tbe coaotrr wiibitj ea.*y reach of churches. (
■ : cnarhets. cheap fuc. ua<! every modern
4 . vei icn«*e.
The N i N ETT MI i.IJON BLSllEL Wil KAT CROP
•»* itiU year n.«ans n.Tm.OW «» me farmers of j
Western » arada. apart Irum the result* of other
t-r. n* *i oil Caf ’ le.
V r advice :.mS information address the SCPKB- i
1NTKMH1NT OF IMMliiRATIOS. Ottawa, Canada.
* «»* authorised lierttmua Agent.
W. V. BEK2ETT, 801 New York Life BuMog,
| Positively cored Vy
these Little Pills.
The? a^o refers Dis
tress from Dyspepsia, la.
digestion and Too Hearty
Eating. A perfect rem
edy lor Diriness. Nausea.
Drowsiness, Bad Taste
la the Heath. Coated
TOegoe. Pain In the side.
1 TORPID LIVER. They
regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
gMUJjjL SMALL BOSE. SMALL WEE
"I think I must have been born on
Friday," said the disconsolate report
er. as he dropped into a chair near
ihe window ir. a downtovrn hotel re
A blue envelope in the mail box,
1 suppose?'' said his brother scribe.
"No. I was not fired—at least. 1 was
an the pay roll when 1 left the office,
said the first speaker.
"For two days," he cont nued, "I
have been turning every angle to dig
up a story. To-day 1 got the first line
on it, and 1 worked like £ trojan.
Ten minutes ago I met the fellow who
knows the whole story. He laughed
and showed me some newspaper clip-,
pings—the yarn was published three
"How long have you been in the |
newspaper game?" asked the other j
man. as he slid a little further down i
in the comfortable chair. . j
"Three years," was the reply- "but
this is the first time 1 ever got on
such a sidetrack as this.”
"Cheer up, old fellow. Lrt me tell
you a story—a true one—that hap
pened to me five years before you be
came a cub.'
"One afternoon, r.e continued, «n
anonymous letter came to the city
editor. It told of a woman held pris
oner in Chinatown. Beyond stating
that the writer bad seen her in a
third-story window, and. further, that
the writer shrank from publicity, there
was no clew to the writer. Parrish,
who ha? long since quit the newspa
per game, was assigned to the story
” 'What do you make of this letter?'
said he. as v.e stood at HaiTison and
Past me,' said 1, ready to get rid
of the assignment.
" Look again,' said he. 'Can't you
see that it was written by a woman?
It is written with a stub r*en. It is '
written on business stationery, and
the woman who wrote it is net accus
tomed to writing with a stub pen. It
was written from an office building,
from an office that is on a floor lower
down than the tenth floor.”
“ How do you make that out?'
” Well, the stationery you will al
low. The finger print shows the girl
got ink on her fingers, then left its
imprint when she folded .he letter.
At the top here is aboil’ one-third of
the last line on the letter head. Note
the left end of that line—-th *ee figures
or three letters are partly left on the
margin. Ninety to one those are fig
ures denoting the room number. Do
you follow me?'
"I replied that I did.
" Now. three figures being the con
jecture. the room must be between the
first and the ter.iii floors of the build
ing from which this letter came. The
rest of that line shows seven type
faces. •Naturally, let us cor elude that
is the remnant of the building's name
—a seven-letter name.'
" "Go ahead.' said 1.
“ 'Chinatown's back windows can he
seen from Dearborn street only. The
writer of this letter is employed in an
office in a building the name of which
contains seven letters—that building
is on the west side of Dearborn street
and also north of Harrison street.'
“ True enough, but how are you
going to find the building and the
room and the girl who wrote the
" 'We are going to make a canvass
of Dearborn street for a building with
seven letters in its name. A very
easy job. inasmuch as we have only
one block to cover. This paper is a
peculiar blue. Janitors sel waste pa
per, you know, and when we locate the
building we locate the janitor. Ask
him from wha^ office paper similar to
this has come.
" 'Clever idea.’ said I.
"To locate the building was an easy
matter. A half dollar got the infor
mation from the janitor. There were
four rooms in the building ’rom which
paper of such a tinge had come. One
of these rooms had a window with a
west view and was on the eighth floor.
"In that room we found . young wo
man of perhaps 23. Parrish and I
walked in. He did not mince words
with the girl.
“ Kindly itoint out to us the w indow
in which you saw that gir —a prison
er in Chinatown.’
The young woman gasped. But
she was not to know how we located
her. When assured that she would
not be involved in any stories that
might come of it she pointed out the
“ I saw her in the window several
times.’ said the young woman, 'and
for a white girl to be in Chinatown is
unusual. These are the glasses I
used. They belong to the "boss." w ho
uses them at the race track.'
" Let me have them,’ said Parrish.
"He turned them on the window
where the woman was seen. Half an
hour later the woman ap|H?ared. He
took a long look and then laid aside
Young woman.’ he said coldly,
you mean well, but you are in bad.
That girl is not a prisoner in China
town. On tbe contrary, her picture
was published in every paper in Chi
cago two weeks ago. She is the girl
who married the mayot of China
“We left the room, ant there was
just a bit of spite in the manner Par
rish slammed the door. After all the
gumshoe work we got no story."
“Well, that fruit 1 got was an or
ange, not a lemon." said the man who
had worked so hard lor the story
three weeks old.
Gentleness and Man iness.
Let this truth be preset,t to thee in
the excitement of anger, that to be
moved by passion :s aot manly but
that mildness and gentleness, as they
are more agreeable to human nature,
so a’so are they more manly.—Marcus
Skirts and Typhoid.
Prague's death rate is 12 per 1,000.
owing principally to its bad water sup
ply. As trailing dresses are believed
to contribute to the dissemination of
typhoid germs, a general prohibition
has jpw been issued.
GHOSTS PLAY MANY PRANKS.
Grab Rope from Bellringer and Cut
Ghostly happenings have disturbed
the town of Kirkwall, the capital of
the county of Orkney. On Wednes
day night, says the London Daily Mail,
the wife of the bellringer went to St.
Magnus cathedral to sound the curfew
at eight o'clock. This is an ancient
custom still observed in the burgh.
The bell had been tolled for less than
a minute, when, it is alleged, a figure
suddenly appeared at the woman’s
side, snatched her hands from the
rope and as mysteriously disappeared.
Another morning 20 trees which
a few years ago were planted in
front of the cathedral were found to
have been cut down. The night was
a calm one. with brilliant moonlight,
and the trees were standing at one
o'clock in the morning.
Hundreds of windows have an out
look on the spot, and many people who
were still astir at three o'clock in
the morning did not hear the slightest
sound outside. Yet an hour later:
every tree had been destroyed. The
nolice arc baffled._
BLOOD GETS SOUR.
Every Family Should Make Up Thin
Home Mixture and Take Now.
At this time of year, says a well
known authority, the Kidneys become
weak, clogged and inactive, failing to
filter out the poisons and acids, which
sour the blood, causing not only facial
and bodily eruptions, but the worst
forms of Rheumatism, Nervous and
Stomach troubles. Backache and pain
ful, annoying Urinary afflictions.
It is worth anyone's time now to
get from some good prescription phar
macy the following ingredients: Fluid j
Extract Dandelion, one-half ounce; !
Compound Kargon. one ounce; Com- :
pound Syrup Sarsaparilla. three
ounces. Mix by shaking well in a bot
tle and take in teaspoonful doses after
your meals and at bedtime.
This simple homemade mixture will
force the Kidneys to normal, healthy
action, so they will filter and strain all
uric acid and poisonous waste matter
from the blood, and expel this in the
urine, at the same time restoring the
■full blood count "—that is, 95 percent,
red blood corpuscles—which is abso
lutely indispensable to perfect health.
Indians in United States.
Tb round figures, there are 284,000
Indians in the United States at the
present time. 91,000 of whom are in
Indian territory and 15,000 in Oklaho
ma, or 106,000 in the coming state, j
those of Indian territory, the five civi
lized tribes—Cherokees. Creeks, Choc
taws, Chickasaws and Seminoles—
have been managing their own affairs
for two-thirds of a century, and are
in all respects fitted for the citizen
ship which they are soon to exercise.
All of these, and nearly all of those
in the Oklahoma end of the coming
state, wear civilized dress, and have
schools, churches and the other ac
companiments of civilization.—Les
lie's. _ _ _ _
A curious point in regard to the new
dogs act occupied the attention of the
Carnorvan county bench on Saturday,
says the London Daily Mail. The su
perintendent reported that eight per
sons had applied for exemptions in re
spect of dogs which were used for
churning. Issard Davids inquired
whether it had not been decided that
I to use dogs for such a purpose was
cruelty, but several of his colleagues
replied in the negative. The bench
decided that the owners of the churn
ing dogs must take out licenses.
Benefits of the X-Ray.
It is noted from Baltimore that dur
ing the ten years since the discovery
of the X-ray important research has
been made by the medical department
of Johns Hopkins university through
the use of the ray as a diagnostic
agent; and the results of great bene
fits derived from the early diagnosis
and study of aneurisms, or morbid di
lation of the wails of arteries, through
this agent, have just been compiled
and described by Dr. F. Howard Baet
jar, of the university.
The Cheerful Bohemian.
“I never see you that you aren’t
light-hearted and cheerful.” they said
to the seedy Bohemian. "Why is it,
"Well, you see." the Bohemian ex
plained. “I've got so used to never hav
ing any money, to being always broke,
to realizing that I've come to the end
of my rope and there's nothing left
for me, that I've made up my mind to
make the best of it and take my medi
cine with a smile.”
A FRIENDLY GROCER.
Dropped a Valuable Hint About Coffee.
“For about eight years," writes a
Mich, woman, “I suffered from nerv
ousness—part of the time down in bed
with nervous prostration.
“Sometimes I would get numb and it
would be almost impossible for me to
speak for a spell. At others, I would
have severe bilious attacks, and my
heart would flutter painfully when I
would walk fast or sweep.
“I have taken enough medicine to
start a small drug store, without any
i benefit. One evening our grocer was
asking husband how I was and he
urged that I quit coffee and use
Postum, so he brought home a pkg.
ana I made it according to directions
and we were both delighted with iL
“So we quit coffee altogether and
used only Postum. I began to get bet
ter in a month's time and look like an
other person, the color came back to i
my cheeks, I began to sleep well, my
appetite was good and I commenced
to take on flesh and become interested
in everything about the house.
“Finally I was able to do all my own
work without the least sign of my old
trouble. I am so thankful for the little
book, 'The Road to Wellville.’ It has
done me so much good. I haven't
taken medicine of any kind for six
months and don't need any.
“A friend cf ours who did not like
Postum as r' -> made it, liked mine,
and when sn learned to boil it long
enough, her s was as good «ls mine.
It’s easy if you follow directions."
Name given by Postum Company, Bat
tle Creek, Mich. Read the little book,
| “The Road to Wellville,’' in pkgs.
i “There’s a reason.”
FIGURES OF A CROP IN WESTERN
How a Swan River Settler Has
Benito. Manitoba, Nov. 25, 1906.
At Swan River Valley, in May, 1900,
a settler took np a homestead on Sec
tion 30, in Township 34, Range 29
West of the First Meridan. at that
time 50 miles from a railway, tele
graph, school or church. There is
now a railway within two miles of
my farm, and all these other advant
ages close at hand. His story is:
“After making my homestead entry
fee of $10 I had $45.00 total (forty-five
dollars) capital. Through doing
homestead duties in slack times of
the year, I managed to get a start. I
am a married man of 2S years of age.
“I built my first house, or shack,
and broke np 8 acres, putting five
acres in crop the first year.
"Tbis year, 1906, I had 80 acres in
crop—65 acres in wheat, 20 acres of
which yielded 850 bushels, or 42)4
bushels per acre; 15 acres of oats,
which yielded 355 bushels, and cne
stack of oats In sheaf for feed.
“Receipts for the year—
Sold 1,755 bu. of wheat for.. .$1,037.10
In granary, 110 bushels. 71.50
In granary. 355 bu. oats. 88.75
Garden roots and vegetables 25.00
One stack of oats in sheaf... 50.00
Expenses of year—
Blue stone for seed.$ 1.60
Paid for binder twine. 30.00
Paid for hired help. 120.00
Paid for threshing . 107.00
Total .$ 258.60
Expenditures . 258.60
160 acres of land valued at. .$2,500.00
Frame house 20x26, valued at 600.00
Farm implements. 425.00
1 team horses and harness.. 400.00
5 head young cattle. 75.00
2 hogs . 15.00
Receipts of this year's crop.. 1.015.75
Loan cn farm. 500.00
Palance to my good.$4,530.75
Particulars as to how to secure low
railway rates to the free homestead
lands of Western Canada may be se
cured from any Canadian Government
Many Children Take Sacrament.
A notable confirmation took place
recently in Dublin, at the pro-cathed
ral. Archbishop Walsh conferred the
sacrament of confirmation on nearly
a thousand children. The actual con
ferring lasted two hours, and the cere
mony was concluded by the adminis
tering of the temperance pledge and a
strong exhortation to the children to
discharge faithfully all their religious
FURIOUS HUMOR ON CHILD.
Itching. Bleeding Sores Covered Body
—Nothing Helped Her—Cuticura
Cures Her in Five Days.
‘‘After my granddaughter of about
seven years had been cured of the
measles. she was attacked about a
fortnight later by a furious itching and
painful eruption all over her body,
especially the upper part of it, forming
watery and bleeding sores, especially
under the arms, of considerable size.
She suffered a great deal and for three
weeks we nursed her every night,
using all the remedies we could think
of. Nothing would help. We tried the
Cuticura Remedies and after twenty
four hours we noted considerable im
provement, and after using only one
complete set of the Cuticura Remedies,
in five consecutive days the little one.
much to our joy, had been entirely
cured, and has been well for a long
time. Mrs. F. Ruefenacht, R. F. D. Xo.
3, Bakersfield, Cal., June 25 and July
Man Expert Milliner.
Charles Manners, the famous opera
singer, is credited by a London ex
pert with being one of the finest ama
teur milliners living, his work equal
ing some of the best French models.
Important to Methors.
Excmlne carefully ere tv bottle of C ASTORIA,
a aafe and rare remedy for infants and children,
and see that it
la L'ae For Over 30 Yeara.
The Kind You Have Aiwiri Bou-at.
We must not care for the length of
life, but for a life sufficient for our
duties. Life is long if it is full; but
it is full when the soul hath completed
its development and. hath shown all its
Garfield Tea is for those who desire an
ideal laxative: it i« simple, pore, mild and
potent: it regulates the liver and kidneys,
overcomes constipation, and brings Good
Health. It is guaranteed under the Pure
Food and Drugs Law.
A man may know much and yet be
25 AND so CENTS
W. L. DOUGLAS.
$3.00 AND $3.50 SHOESt£%
*. L DOUGUS 9400 GILT EDGE SHOES CAMOT BE EQUALLED AT Mlf FRIGE. I
***£*£»» EVERYBODY AT AU. PRICES: l
*« • Shoe*, as to aiJiS. Boy.* Shoes, as to ai.i5. Vowi'l B
Show, as to atM. Mines’ a Children's Shoes, S2.25 to 81.00. 1
W. D. Douglas shoes are recognised bv expert judges of footwear^
to be the best in style,fit and wear produced in this country. Each 1
part of the shoe and every detail of the making is looked after B
and watched over by skilled shoemakers, without regard to
time or eo6t. If I could take you into my luge factories at^Rfj
Brockton, Mass., aad show you how carefully W. 1.. Douv',38 HSU
t'arpet rags dyed with PtTXAM
FADELESS DYES will remain bright and
beautiful. \o trouble to use.
It avails little to the unfortunate to
be brave.—From the Spanish.
Mrs. Windows Soothing Srrnp.
For children teething, softens the gome, redneee in
flammation. allays pain, cares wind colic. 25caoottte.
It is the gold of love that makes the
quartz of life worth while.—A. C. Man
Smokers have to call for Lewi*' Single
Binder cigar to get it. Your dealer or
Lewis’ Factory. Peoria. 111.
People seldom improve, when they
have no other model but themselves
to copy after.—Goldsmith.
Give Defiance Starch a fair trial
try it for both hot and cold starching,
and if you don't think you do becter
work, in less time and at smaller cost,
return it and your grocer will give
you back your money.
When You Are Praised.
When you are praised by a man
for whom you cannot possibly do any
favor and who. as you know, is aware
of the fa^t. you may find it reasonably
safe to conclude that he isn't laving it
on any too thick.
In a Pinch, Use ALLEN’S FOOT-EASE.
A powder. It cures painful, smart
ing, nervous feet and ingrowing nails.
It's the greatest comfort discovery of
the age. Makes new shoes easy. A
certain cure for sweating feet. Sold
by all Druggists. 25c. Accept no sub
stitute. Trial package. FREE. Ad
dress A. S. Olmsted. Le Roy, N. Y.
English Women Good Shots.
Women who have recently joined
the Wandsworth (England) Rifle club
have proved so expert in the use of
the rifle that scores of 35 out of a
"highest possible” of 40 have frequent
ly been recorded. The club committee
is desirous of securing other women
sharpshooters in order to arrange a
match between the women and men.
Srarc or Ohio. Crrr or Toleoo, »
Lrcas Corrr. t
Fravk ■). Chkaet makes oath that he is seller
partner of the ftrm of F -I. Chsttrt A Co., doing
business m the City of Toledo. Couaty ead State
ar .re-a d. and that said firm will par the sa.tt of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every
case of CiT.vr.itH that cannot be cared by the use ot
Hall’s Catarrh Ccm. .
FRANK J. CHENET.
o—ore to before me and subscribed in my presea :e,
this 6th day of December, A. D..
t__ A. W. GLEASON,
I S,*L| Notaet PrsLtc.
Hall's Catarrh Care Is taken Interna! y and acta
: directly on the blood sod mucous surfaces of the
system. send for testimonials free
F. J. CHENET A CO.. T.edu. O,
Soid by all DrasuLts. Tic.
Take Hall's Family Pills tor constipation.
Prosperity is a great teacher: ad
versity is a greater. Possession pam
pers the mind: privation trains and
a pretty face, a good fipire, but
sooner "or later learn that the
healthy, happy, contented woman
is most of all to be admired.
Women troubled with fainting i
spells, irregularities, nervous irrita- !
bility. backache, the •’blues." and
those dreadful dragging sensations,
cannot hope to be happy or popu iar.
and advancement in either home,
business or social life is impossible.
The cause of these troubles, how
ever, yields qniekly toLyaia.E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound made <
from native roots and herbs It acts
I at once ar*on the organ afilicted and wtcc r>;\TAOT7>TT'7i rn
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tually all those distressing symp- •
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indorsement or has such a record of cures of female ids as has
Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound
Miss Emma Runtzier, of 6.11 State St., Schenectady. N. Y., writes: ,
"For a long time I was troubled with a weakness which seemed to
drain all my strength away. 1 had dull headaches, was nervous,
irritable, and all worn out. Chancing to read one of your advertisements
of a case similar to mine cured by Lydia E. Pinkhams Vegetable
Compound. I decided to try it and I eannot express my gratitude for the
benefit received. I am entirely w, 11 and feel like a new person.” i
Lydia E. Pinkhatn's Vegetable Compound is the most successful
remedy for all forms of Female Complaints, Weak Back. Falling and
Displacements, Inflammation and Ulceration, and is invaluable in pre
Iparing for childbirth and the Change of Life.
Mrs. Pinkham’s Standing invitation to Women
Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to
promptly communicate with Mrs. I’inkkam, at Lynn, Mass. Her advice
is free and always helpful.
For Emergencies at Home
For the Stock on the Farm
Is a whole medicine chest
Price 25c 50c & * 1.00
Sand For Free Booklet on Horses.Csttle.Ho£s BBouttry
Address Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mass.
One of the Important Duties of Physicians and
the Well-Informed of the World
is to learn as to the relative standing and reliability of the leading manufactur
ers of medicinal agents, as the most eminent physicians are the most careful as to
the uniform qualit_v and perfect purity of remedies prescribed by them, and it is well
known to physicians and the Weil-Informed generally that the California Fig Syrup
Co., by reason cf its correct methods and perfect equipment and the ethical character of |
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TRUTH AND QUALITY !
appeal to the Well-Informed in every walk of life and are essential to permanent sue- I
cess and creditable standing, therefore we wish to call the attention of all who would l
enjoy good health, with its blessings, to the fact that it involves the question of right
living with all the term implies. With proper knowledge of what is best each hour
of recreation, of enjoyment, of contemplation and of effort may l>e made to contribute
to that end and the use of medicines dispensed with generally to great advantage, but
as in many instances a simple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable if taken at the
proper time, the California Fig Syrup Co. feeis that it is alike important to present
truthfully the subject and to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which has won
:he appoval of physicians and the world-wide acceptance of the Well-informed because /
of the excellence of the combination, known to all, and the original method of nanufac- I
ture, which is known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only. 1
This valuable remedy has been long and favorably known under the name of— *
Syrup of Figs—and has attained to world-wide acceptance as the most excellent of I
family laxatives, ar.d as its pure laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are well *
known to physicians and the Well-Informed of the world to l>e the best of natural
laxatives, we have adopted the more elaborate name of—Syrup of Figs and Elixir of
Senna—as more fully descriptive of the remedy, but doubtless it will always be
called for by the shorter name of Syrup of Figs—and to get its beneficial effects always
note, when purchasing, the full name of the Company — California Fig Syrup Co.—
plainly printed on the front of every package, whether you simply call for — Syrup of
Figs—or by the full name—Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna—as—Syrup of Figs and
Elixir of Senna —is the one laxative remedy manufactured by the California Fig Syrup i
Co. and the same heretofore known by the name — Syrup of Figs — which has given
satisfaction to millions. The genuine is for sale by all leading druggists throughout '
the United States in original packages of one size only, the regular price of which
is fifty cents per bottle. j
Every bottle is sold under the general guarantee of the Company, filed with the 1
Secretary of Agriculture, at Washington, D. C., that the remedy is not adulterated or
misbranded within the meaning of the Food and Drugs Act, June 50th, 1906.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
San Francisco, Cal.
Louisville, Ky. U S. A. New York, N. Y. |
“SSSXSZl Tfc—pm’s Eye Water
DEFIANCE STARCH starches ciotbea nicest!
W. N. OMAHA, NO. 14, 1907.
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NO MORE MUSTARD PLASTEIfS TO BLISTER. M
THE SCIENTIFIC AMD MODERN EXTERNAL COUNTER-IRRITANT. ’ !
EXTRACT OF THE CAYENNE PEPPER PLANT !
A QUICK. SURE. SAFE AND ALWAYS READY CURS FOR PA'N —PRICE
ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS OR
BY MAIL ON RtCEIPT OF 15c. IN POSTAGE STAMPS DON'T WAIT
TILL THE PAIN COMES-KEEP A TUBE HANDY.
A substitute for and superior to mustard or any other piaster, and will not j
blister the most delicate skin, i he pam-aHaying and curative oualities of
the article are wonderful. It will stop the toothache at once, and relieve
Headache and Sciatica. We recommend it as the best and safest external
counter-irritant known, also as an externa! remedy for pains in the chest
and stomach and ail Rheumatic, Neuralgic and Gouty ccmpiaints. A trial
will prove what we claim for ft. and it will be found to be invaluable in the
household and for children. Once used no famiT.- will be without it. Many
people say "it is the best of ail your preparations.” Accept no preparation
of vaseline unless the same carries our label, as otherwise it is not genuine.
SEND YOUR ADDRESS AND WE WILL MAIL OUR VASE
LINE PAMPHLET WHICH WILL INTEREST YOU.
CHESEBROUGH MFC. CO.
17 STATE STREET. NEW YORK CITY
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