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BEST TABLE LINEN I
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IRISH HAND EMBROIDER'ED IS
Table Cloths Have Deep Borders ofl
Initial Better '
Than a Monogram-Dlrec- I
tlons- for Washing.
FOl' servlceablo luncheon aots these
if Irish hand embroldored lInen with .
scalloped borders and simple designs ,
of fiour-de-lls or pollm. dots are VOl'y'
llopular. They arc worleCtI In pure : ;
white and ure moro appropriate for
. the table than the old.style sets em.
broidered In colored silks. Mexican
drawn.work Is still used for tra ) '
clOU1S.nd , scurfs , but the Chinese
emhrohlored grass lInen Is much
1"l1et work Is now fashionable. A
. great deal of thla lace Is made at the
Azor s Islands by hand. Table ClOU1S
hnvo deep borders of this work , and
doilies and center Illeces are often
made entlroly of the net. llureau
1 scarfs and stand covers usually have
; alternate squares' of the lace and
. " linen. Table cloths are bordered with
. ' , real Cluny lace or Irish crochot. It
, would bo almost In111osslblo to estl.
mate the amount spent on linen at
Square table cloths are mosUy
marlccd In the two opposlto corners ,
and round ones on ono side of the
. center. Napkins are usually mnrle01l
tn ono corner. The monogram or In.
itlal should bo' that of your malden
name. On tee tublo cloth It should be
three Inches In height , on the naplt1ns I
two , anI ) on the doilies ono Inch.
Whllo monogram Is always orna.
mental , a slnglo Initial la In gootI
tasto. From 22 to 27 Irrohes la the
favorlto slzo for napkins , and ria a
. rule a dozen . ' 11'0 expected to server
r with two cloths. It Is not necessary
to have them match the cloths , except
on extra occasions.
The best laundresses give theIr
table linen little , If any , starch , but
Iron It while It Is quite damp , which
makes It just stlrr enough. Hot water
sbould novel' be used In launderIng
fine table IInon or embroidered doilies.
" . r Cold water and pure white soap con. '
: . ' ' . talng borax will preserve their white.
I .1. ness and beauty. Linen will not turn
. ' . t. . yel10w when packed away If It Is
rough.drled In the Ieglnnlng. ) It must
'j not be starched and should be folded.
I 't.'o If this method Is followed It can be
kept for years In good condition.
_ Cotton may bo distinguished from
linen by moistening tbo tip of the fin-
. . gel' and pressing the fabric. If It
wets through at once It Is IInon , but
f there Is any cotton In.tbe . material
It will take several seconds to wet
- through the threads.
If an' Invalid Is unable to rise in
bcd , It 'Is , fortunate If her diet Is en.
tirely liquid , for then the nurse can
feed her through the glass tubes ,
sllghl ' hent , that are made for the
purpose. The nurse should be most
particular In overseeing the preparation -
tion of her patient's food , and In Gome
. cases even making It herself. It Is
most essential that It be dalnUly
served"lmre , aUlI exactly uccordlng to
t the patient's taste. In this , as In
everything else , she should he 11\1.
mored as far as the law will allow.
I . Brealcfast and the morning toilet
have consumed 'not a little time , anti
the patient very lIlccly Is tired. The
nurse should now smooth her face
and hands gently with a pleusant
toilet water , tuck n. delicately scented
clean handkerchief under her pillow ,
rearrange the fiowers in the room ,
draw the curtains and command a
I nap. Perhaps there will be a nap , and
I . . perhaps not. If the latter , do not
. I . ' \ . . - leoep her prison dark , hut let In 11
I ' : , flood of sunshine , careful1y screening
, "ii : : any glare from her eyes. Amuse her
r" ) : : . , If she wants to be amused ; In fact ,
, _ ' : watch her every mood , and please her ,
, : ' , . without seeming to try to. Indulge
, I" ; , . her In all the little dainties your In-
. : ; } ' ; i : gonulty can gather and the doctor
, . , ' , ; > , will permit.
' , - , : .r. : " , . . ' . " , Change of position Is very rerresh.
' } : Ing. Even a move from ono sIde off
t , .
f ' - : the bed to another Is an agreeable
, novelty In this small world where the
. , \ : : little things are so bIg to this poor
" prisoner' . To pat and smooth the pll.
. low , to strl lghten the covers and to
shower lIttio attontlons on Ole patient
will do moro toward leeeping her
cheerful and peaceful than anything
else. Prickly heat will often add to
her discomfort , particularly on her
.baele , where she lies most of the
time. A pleasant lotion to rellevo thlll
. condition Is made of a teaspoonful oC
blcm'bonate of soda In a has In or wa.
, tel' . AftQr bathing with this , rub with
diluted. witch .11azcl.
TO CLEAN IVORY HANDLES.
Method That Will Prevent Unpleasant
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Ivorr-handled knlv s 1Ul ) ' bo cleaned
In .thls way : Coat the steel wIth wax
01' paraffin , and Immerse the halidle:1 :
In a solution of chlorldo or lime and
water , In the proportion or one 1ll1rt
of lIme , to Caul' parts of wator.
Leave the Imlves 111 this bath for a
t day , then wash well with warm water
nnd wlpo dr ) ' . no move tilO wax It
! Iho hone Is perfectly white and free
I fl'0111 stains.
Another way Is to dIp the handles
In a satllrnted solution of alum nnd
' \'atel' for from ono to three hours ,
"hf'n wash and willo dr ' . ThIs latter
. Icthod Is far preferable unless the
andles 111'0'ory much darkened and
'Iscolorod. Polish tM blades with
, lItt ) ' ] low(1erlsln ! ; a buffel' w.et with
1\lco11ol. 'fbls wllInot stahl the ivory.
( From The hlcno : Tl"Ibuno. )
Noted PhysicIan Tells How to Prevent
and Cure Rheumatism , 1 < ldnoy
and Bladder Troubles.
( D ) ' Gco. E mun Flee , 1\1. D , )
'If rou would nvoltI Hhoumatlsm am1
mdnoy and madtler Troubles , bo mod.
erato In the consumption oc heavy ,
rich foods , substltuto as far as posslblo
80Ul)9 , brotha , cresh mille and drlnl.
water-lots of water. Tnlw plenty oc
tlmo to eat , and don't ent after you
have had enough , even If,1t does taste
gootl. If ) 'OU1' wode Is confining talto
a moderate amount of exercise each
day In the open air.
Of course , nelthor dlot , water , rest
nor exorclso wlIl cure these affilctlons.
I advise thom as lreventlves only. For
the benefit of the readers of this artl.
clo who are now afillcted with nheu.
matlsm , Kidney , madder or Urinary
trouble , ilnd desire to bo cured quickly ,
I slve below , complete In every detail ,
the famous prescI'lptlon w11lch has
matIo mo so successful In the treat.
ment of these diseases. Ills the most
certain cure for these dlseasos that I
have ever used. Ills pleasant to taite ,
It Is not expensive , It can bo fUled by
any druggist , and I bellevo It Is t11e
gl'eatest prescription for nheumatlsm ,
Kldnoy and madder Trouble ever writ-
ton. Il is also n. valuable spring tonIc
ami blood purifier. If : rou are a suf. ,
ferer , save this , talee It to your drug.
gist anti have It ftlled , or get t11e In.
gredients and mix them at home.
FluId Extract Cascara Aromatic , 1h
Concenh'ated llarltola Compound , 1
Fluid Extract PrlcldY Ash llarlc , 1h
Aromatic Elixir , 4 ounces.
Adult tlose , talto ono teaspoonful
after meal and at bedtime ; children ,
one.fourth to onhall teaspoonful after
After ) 'ou are cm'ell follow the ad.
vIce. I have gl\'en ) ' 011 In regard to
dIet , exercise and water , and you will
not need the services or a physicIan '
agaIn for these ailments.
Ol" , . Jars ' ! , . , trlt"/ d / t" Jy.
THE ! DIFFERENCE IN TASTE.
Dogs Prized as Edible In China Are
Here FashIon's Pets.
"He Is the real thing In the way of
II. chow , " Bald she. "Father bought
hIm for mo In Shanghai. Did you know
they ate them there ? "
"I hatI heard that the Chinese ate
dogs , but I thought it was a fake , like
the story or theIr eaLing rats. "
" o ; It Is the truth. They do cat
dogs , but ani ) " tho- chow variety.
'Chow , ' ) 'ou know , means 'edible. '
Yes , the ) ' cat chows. In every butcher
shop you see chows' carcasses hung
up , the same as we hang up the car.
casses of pigs , The C h Is white. " . I
"White ? " I
"Yea ; like veal. The' ChInese ralso
chows for rood nnd feed them only
sort , washy stuff , mashed voctables :
and bread and milk. No meat what-
ever. Hence the white fiesh. I
"Notice 'Vu's hlacl tonguo. WeU ,
chow tongue is a Chinese dOllcacy.1
Thcy make soup of It. llut It Is very
expensive , 1I1co our turLle soup , and It '
Is only eaten by the rich.
"Isn't. It strange that a _ dog so fash.
lonablo with us should be only an article -
cle of food In China 1"
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IN WESTERN CANADA.
Delicate In the Old Home ; Better
Health In the New.
Churchhridgc , Sask. ,
December 1st , 1906.
To the Editor.
Deal' . Sh' '
I came to this country from the
State of Wisconsin three years ago ,
and must sa ) ' that I am greatly pleased
with the uLloolc In this western coun.
try. For my own lart I am enLiroly
saLisfied with the progress I have
made sInce comIng hero. I have ralsc'd
excellent crops of grain of all varie.
ties. Last season my wheat averaged
23 bushels of wheat to the acre , oats
GO and barlo ) ' 40.
' \Yo had a splendid garden this year ,
ripening succesafulb' tomatoes , music.
melons , water melons , sweet corn and
The country la well adapted to
wheat growing and mixed farming , and
to my mind It Is the best country under -
der the sun for a man with 11 family
and small means , as It Is possIble for
a man to commence farmIng ( Ilera.
tlons wtth much less capItal than Is
requlretI In the older settled countrIes ,
The climate Is all that could be do.
sired , beIng very healthy and Invlgor.
. . . My wile came out about six months
ago , and although Inclined to be dell.
cate In the old home , she has enjo'ed
the best of health since comIng here. I
In short , I am moro than satisfied I
' ; Vlth the land of my adoption , and I
a111 also satisfied with the laws of the
Yours very truly ,
( Signed ) JOHN LANGDON.
Wrlto to any Canadian Government
Agent for literature anti full parLlcu-
Pleased with the Prospect ,
Her Sultor-I wish to marry your
daughter , sir.
Her Father ( aternly-My ) daugh.
tor , sIr , will continuo under the IJar.
Her Suitor-Well , sIr , the parl1ntal
roof looks good to me.
A fast young man Is seldom able to
keep up with his running oxpenses.
"TH ! ! MAnRVIN:1 SQUirt ! ! . "
JUttlcc Geo. E. Law , of Drnll , Ind. ,
Has Married 1400 Couples.
Juslleo Oeo , Eo Law , o Drazll , IntI. ,
has falrl ) ' earned the tItle " 'l'ho Mar-
r'lng Squlro , " by which ho Is lUlOWll
far and wIde , 11\\'lnl ;
alreatly marrIed some
1400 couples. 'fen
ycars ago ho was
D 0 l\lt ) ' C 0 \ \ n t y
Trmsul'er.j At that
tInlo , " nalll JusUco
, \ , , t. . Law , " 1 was surror-
, - Ing from an annoying
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a . . ItltIne ) ' troublo. My
back ached , y rcst
was broleon at nlsbt , and the IJ1.ssages
of the lehlney secretions were too fr-
quent and contnlned sedIment. Three
boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills cured mo
In 1897 , antI for the past nIne ) 'ears I
have been tree ft'om Idtll1ey complaint
antI baclmche. "
Sold 1.Iy nil dealers. 60 cents 0. box.
Foster.l\lUburn Co. , lluffalo , N. Y.
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Fighting with Ants. ,
The IndIana of the Mauritius dls.
pose or termites , or whlto ants , In this
manner : When they see their covered
way approachIng a buildIng , they drop
n train of syrup from this wny to the !
nearest llest at blaclc ants. 'rho first i
ones that see the syrul1 follow It up
un they reacb the termlto pnssage.
They return to their nest , and In a
few bours a blnclc army Iitnl'ts out for
the white anr strongbold. With great
fury they rusb Into the galleries , and
ht n short time ontlrely destroy the
onemy. and each one , on Its way
home , carries a dead termite , llroba.
bly to eat. .
A reverend gentleman was nddl'ess-
Ing a Sunday school class 110t long
ago , and ' \Tas trying to enforce the
docll'ine that when people's hearts
were sinful they neadetl rQgulaLing.
Taking out hiB watch , aud holtllnf : It
up , bo sald :
"Now , hore's my watcb ; sUl'pose ' It
docsn't lee\J.1 good tlme-nowgoes too
fast , and now too slow-what shall I
do with It 1"
"Sell It , " proInpLly replied a boy.-
'rbe extraordlnnry pOPulnrlty of fine
w11He good3 thl summer malees the
choice of Starch n matter of great Itn-
porlance. Defiance Starch , bolng free
from all Injurious chemIcals , Is the
only ono which Is safe to use on fine
rabrlcs. Its great strength as a stlfi-
ner mjlkcs half the usunl quantity of
Starch necessary , wltb the result of
perfect finis ! ! , equal to that when the
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coodP. were now.
Youthful Head of St:1te.
I The Hon. Richard 1\lcUridc , premier
of British Columbia , whose govern.
ment Ims emerged successfully rrom
a general election , Is the youngest
prime minIster 111 King Edward's do.
minions. He Is enl ) ' 3G , Ilud he
achieved the promlershlp foul' yenrs
I ago , after hnvlng held a suuordlnato
I office as mInIster of mines.
There ls moro Cltarrh In thIs Rccllon of the COUllt' ?
than nil oll1erdlea.es put tlJgetl1er. aud until the last
telycars \Vns supposeol to be Incurnblo. I or a rreat
rnnllY ) 'cars , luetors pronouDccllt nloal dlscn. . . and
pre.erlbcd local rcmodlel. aDII by cUlistuntly tulltng
to ellro wllh local trcQUucnt. pronounccd It lucurable.
I SeleneIIns proycn CQtnrrh to hl1 a cQ1Islltullonnl dls-
0\0 : , nnd Iheretoro requlros conslltulIonnl treallncnt.
Ihll. Cnurrh Cure. maulltnctured by I . .J. Cheuey'
I & Co. . Tolcdo , Ohlols Ihoonly CIIIIRlItutlollal euro on
, the market. It Is token Infernally In doaes from 10
, drJpg to 0 teospocmtul. It nCls directly on the hlood
and mucous Burtaces of the 'yst4)1II. ) 'l'hoy olTer ono
lIulld.,1 dollar fur nny C O It tails to curo. Send
tor clrclllnra Rnd lestllllonlal .
AddreS1 : F. J UIIE\I' ; ( : CO. , Toledo , OhIo.
I'old by Drulrtlst. . 7 c ,
'I'nJ.e lInll's } ' ) ' I'll. . , for ( 'onstlpatlon.
Would Grow Tobacco In Ireland.
An effort Is belns bade under dIrection -
tion of William Redmond to repeal
the law whIch 1Jrol11111ts the growing
of tobacco in Ireland. It Is hold tbat
soil and climatic conditious In Ireland
are favoraule to the protluctlon of II.
good quality f obacco , and that 113
cultivation c n b made profitablG ,
With a smooth Iron and Doflanco
Starch , : rou can launder your shirtwaist -
waist just a8 well at homo as the
Gteam laundry can ; it wIll ha..e the
. , roper stiffness and finish , there will
be less wear and tear of the g0ods ,
and It will 1.10 a positive pleasure to
llGO II. Starch that does not stick to the
The men and women nurses In the
Paris hospitals have issued a notice
demanding better pay and treatment ,
and Indicating that they will strlko
If their demands are not met.
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1"01' marc reasol\s than enc , Gat'chl / Tea
is thc best choicc whcn u laxnth'c is
neede : it is I'ure , ! ' ! l'aSallt to tahcH1
anel Potent. Guaranteed 11I1111'1' the Food
and DrugR Law.
A pretty girl Is as ( and of drawing
attention as a IJolltical officeholder Is
or drawing a salary.
I.cwis' SinKlc Jlinder straight 5c cigar
madc of rich. mellow tobacco. Your
dealer 01' LcwiM' Factor ) ' , l'eoria , III :
A really good complexion doesn't
come out In the wash.
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Conch I rrro : : JoIn ro : < Chte ,
'rhey hUll semo slllrltod horses In
the old cunchtll ! ; c1t1 'a. Jusl 100
) .0\f9 : ago n rOlUlrklblo proof of this
was , ; Ivon , nnd fJrtut1ntely rccorded
tor the nstonlshmcnt of later motorIng -
Ing generatlolls , In the C:1S0 : oC the Liv-
01'11001 tl1 11 roach. Horsc : ) were
changed at 1\10nl8 Ilcnth , between
Nowcnstlo'\l11tlm'.L'mo , SR'S the ] on.
don 'l'rlb1.1ne ,
On thIs IJartlcular occasion 0. pack
of foxhOltlllls WlS heard In Cull cry
just as the horses from Consleton
wore ( reed from the coach , nUll they
stnrteli oIY , vlth the harness on theIr
bacls and followed the run to the
Ilnlsh. Ono or them , a bioOlI mare ,
stucle close to thQ whlplJor.111 nml toole
c"el'Y jump aftm : him through the two
h011rs. AmI In the ovenlng they too1e
the l'oturn coach to Congleton ( lS mor-
rlly as It the ) ' had 1.Ieen In tbo stable
nll the tlmo.
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Laundry wor1 nt 1\ono wou1l1 be
muc'\ more satlsractory If the right
Btareh were usod. In ortlcr to get tho' '
(1eslrod sUffncss , It Is URUan ) ' . . necos.
nary to USi' ! 110 much starch that LI10
boanty nnll fineness of the Cabrlc Is
hidden bohlnd a paste oC vnrylng
thlclmess , which not onty destroys the
nppearance , but also affects the wcar-
Ing quality of tbe goods. Thla trouble
cnn bo entirely ovorC01110 by using Do.
finnco Stnroh. as It can bo llPl1l\od \
much moro th\uly 1100\\180 of Its great. .
or atrelictb tbno ether malees.
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Court's .Acoustlcs Bad.
The acoustic properties of UtO
courtrooms In London's new criminal
cOl1rts uulldlng are so bud , It Is said ,
that the other day 11 prIsoner who 1mll
been ! lontenced to Rlx mOl1ths thought
ho hatl been sentenced to 12. lIe
snld to'a wal'den : "Ono of the benles
gav 1110 ulx months mul another of
'em gave mo six month berore. "
Also , besIdes echoes , "revorberntlons"
are cowplained or.
'mportan to Mother .
Ixcmlno : cnrrrully CTCry bottl : ! or OASTotuA.
18:1rO : nnd slIre rcmc y for Infmtll : an children ,
coUll see that It
cnrsthe / /
Slgnntnro of ( .
In Ue3 For Ovcr ao YcnrB.
The llind Yon llnvo .Alway : ! Dougat.
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Drew Copious Floods of Tear. .
A ph ) ' lclau In Portland. Ore. , cstl.
mated tl at. 2,018 teaspoonfuls of tears ,
or two gallons in nil , were shed In ono
night by thu uudlence that. heard Sav-
age's "Matla1ll lluttor11y" In that city
'I'ho archdloceso of Cotogne , Germany
many , Is the Inrgest In the world ,
with a Catholic povulatlon ot more
I thlln 2,000,000.
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l'UTM 'ti'\Imuss : DYES color !
! narc ! lloll" , Icr J1\eln : o , lhrm olhol'P , null
the colo. . " nlThrijhtcl' nntl Cnlller ,
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Usual1y womnn ot uncertaIn ngo
romnlns at a certain ngo for II. tOIlG
llC\\'ls' 81111 < 10 Blnllt1' ! t ralrthL lit' , r'l1l ' ) '
1'1110101'11 them 100 , ' . Your
; prefcr 10 oi" " , ! ! !
doalel' or Lewis' l ilctor ) ' , Peoria , 111.
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Nnturo makes occupation n neces.
slty to' us ; soclol ) ' maltes It a duty ;
habit may make It plcaauro-Ca. .
That nn arUclo mny. bo good as well
ns clump , and 11\0 enUre Bl\tlsfllCtiOll ,
Is pro\'en by the oxtraordlnary sale ot
Defiance Stnrch , e\ch : paclcngo can-
talnln ono-thlrd moro Stnrch thnn
can be hall of any other branll for the
I\Ito : control within certnln pro-
crlbed limits hns bean IlCC0l111111sheli
In Frllnco by mean8 of IIdevlator , "
nd L1lls maltes the klto nvallnblo for
lIfo savIng plll'poseR. A BOYOrO test
was gh'en to the dovlco some tlmo ago
at no'un , on the cost coast of France ,
anlt wondorCul thlnls were nccom.
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Worth More Money ,
liDo you consider n chauffeur worUli
' 200 " " .month 7"
"Well , the last ono 1 hnll ran awaJl
with my wire , and ) ' 011 knew my wU ,
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INVENTIONS N EDED
to.IMp.'n k. IInll , a' " f.lx > r on ta.rn , . . MASOof\ :
l.'Jo.0 : : II' If. . . Ie.n . : N"It : r'n" . . . , . . . . a. ,
1 : . 'h.hllI t..n. O. E. ' . teOt. as. . " . , m. . 11111 rol. . . . _
W. N , U. , OMAHA , NO , 18 , 1907.
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HEALTH OF WOMEN
In t.hlsnlnotconth ccntury laJccop
\1p with the march of IJrogress every
power of womnn Is stralnell to liB
utmost , and the tn.x upon bel' vhynl-
ca.l sYRtem Is : tar greater than ovcr.
In the gooll ohl-fnshloned dn's'ol
our grandmothers fo\v dJfUKA were
llsCll In medicines. 1.'hoy rel1 ll upon
l'IOt.'J nnd herbs to cure , vealcncsscI
mull'lsonse ntHI Ulclr l nowltdgo' : ! f (
roota nUtl hcrbs was fnr gl'cti.tcr .
than tll t of W01110n totlny ,
It was In this study'ot roots nnd
herbs that Lydln. Jj ) . l'lnlcham , 01
Lynn , Muss , ( llscovcrctl nntl gnvo
to the women of the worltl n remcdy
moro potent nnd ot11caclous than
MRS. C. E. F" INK any combination of drugs.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Is nn honCIlt , tried nnd true l'emClly 01 unqucstionablo thornpouUovalu\ ) .
Thls111edlclno made from nntivoroot.IHulIl herbs cont.alns no nrcottca
orathor bar111ful drugs nml todny 110lds the rccorl1 for the lurgestnnmoor
of notua\ cures of f01l1alo ( Uscases of any mClUclno the worlll hu.s ver
known , anll thonsands of voh1l1tn.ry testimonIals nl'o on file in iho
Inborn tory at I.ynn , l\Iu. s. . wbleh tcstlfy to Ita wonderful valuo.
Mrs. O. E. Fink , of Carnegie , ! ) n. , wrltes-Dcar : Mrs. Plnlc1mm-
wish every suffering woman WQuid tnlco I.ydln. E. Plnlthnm's Vcgetnbto
Compouml amI wrlto to you 1m' advlco. It.1ms done ma Do worhl of f'ocid
and what It has nccompllshell : tor mo X lenow It will (10 for OtlOrs. '
When women are troubled with Irrogula.rltlcs , Dlsplnccmenw. Ulceration -
ation , Infia.mmatlon , Bnclcncllo , Nervous Prostra.tion , they should remember -
member there is ono trlcd and b'uo l'cmedy , Lydia. E. Plnlchnm'a Vege-
Mrs. Pinkhnn1's Standing Invitation to Women
Women suffcrlng from o.ny form of 1enU1.10 wcalmess are invited to
, vrlto .1\Irs. l'Inlchll1l1 , at IJynn , Mass. Out of her vast volume of ex-
perlenco she pro ably 1ms the vcry lcnowledge that will help 'onl' cnac.
( THE VALUE
ft.- PERSONAL KNOWLEDG
Personal knowlcdge is the winning factor in the culminating contests of
this competitive age and when of ample charactcr it places its fortunate
possessor in the front ranks of
The Well Informed of the 'V orld.
A vast fund of personal knowlcdge is really esscntial to the achievement of the
highe5t excellence in any field of human effort.
A Knowledge of Forms , Knowledge of Functions and Knowl.
edge of Products are nil of the ulmost value and in questions of life and hcallh
when a true and wholesome remedy is desired it should b remembcred that Syrup
. of Figs and Elixir of Sennn , manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. , is an
elhical product which has met with the approval of the most eminent physicians and 0
gives universal satisfaction , because it is n remedy of . f i
Known Quality , Known Excellence and Kno n Componenf ; : VlJ
Parts and has won the valuable patronage of millions of the Well Infonned of the .J z ,
world , who know of thcir own personal knowledge and from actual use that it is the first I
and best of family laxatives , Eor which no extravagant or unreasonable claims are made. . . . . I W
I lllis valuable remedy has becn long nnd favorably known \t\ \ \ 1f/IA'f / / .
under the name of-Syrup of Figs-and has attained to world- ; ' . t , '
wide acceptance as the most excel1ent family laxative. As its pure t
laxa ve principles , obtained from Senna , nre well known to physicians
- and the Well Infonned of the world to be the best we have
adopted the more dab orate name of-Syrup of Figs and
Elixir of Senna-as more fully descriptive of the rcmedy ,
but doubtless it will always be called Eor by the shorter
I name of-Syrup of Figs-and to get ils beneficial
effects , always note , when purdtaing the full
name of the Comoany-California Fig Syrup
-printed on- the front of every package ,
whether you call Ear-Syrup of Figs
- or by the fun name - Syrup of
Figs and Elixir oE Sen.'la.
( L fORHmA GSVR < < JJP '
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. , . I
LOUISVILLE , KY. NEW YORKN
LOND GLA"ID.NEW " ,
What is medicine for ? To cure you , if sick , you say.
But one medicine will not cure every kind of sickness , because different
medicines act on different parts of the body. One medicine goes to the liver ,
another to the spine , Wine of Cardui to the woma 1y organs. 'So that is why
Wine of Cardui
has proven so efficacious in most cases of womanly disease. Try it.
Mrs. Wm. Turner , of BartonvUle , 111. , writes : " . suffered for years with female diseases , and doctored
without relief. My back : md he:1d would hurt me , and I suffered agony with bearing-down pains. At bst
. took \Vlne of Cardul and now . m tn gC\Jd \ health.II Sold everywhere , In $1.00 bottles. <
uarRITE US A LETTER Write today , for II fr'i ! copy of vllu.1bJe 64'pI'e ! lIIuslrate. ! nook for Women. 1t'OU nteJ Med1cal
ty Advice d scrl o four symptoms , 51:111n ' , .
II' Il e lInd rerry will be sent In plAin se. e4 envelope.
Aoldress : Lajles Advisory Dept. , 11le CII4tt..noo\Q edIcJne Co. , Ch4ltanOOltl. Tenn.
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