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Tried by Time.
Eugene E. Lario , of 75 J
Twentieth avenue , ticket
seller In the Union Stn
tion , Denver , Colo. , says
"You are at liberty to repeat -
peat what I first stated
through our Denver pa
pers about Doan's Kidney
Pills in' the summer of
1890 , for I have had no1
reason In the interim to
change my opinion of the1
remedy. I said when
first interviewed that if I
had a friend and ac
quaintance suffering from
backache or kidney trou-
w Die i woum uu-neaiiauug-
ly advise them to take Doan's Kidney
PiHs. I was subject to severe attacks
of backache , always aggravated if ]
soi long at a desk. It struck me thai
if Bonn's Kidney Pills performed haU
\ ! what they promised they might at
least help. This induced me to try the
remedy. It absolutely stopped the
badcache. I have nevec had a pain era
a twinge since. "
A FREE TRIAL of this great kid--
nev medicine which cured Mr. Larld
wtfl be mailed to any part of the Unit
ed States on application. Address Fos
ter-Milburn Co. , Buffalo. N ; Y. For *
sole by all druggists , price 50 cents per
i The cacary stops singing in bis old
ago , bul tlie poets keep everlastingly
at it till tbe undertaker pets busy.
Piso's Cure for Consumption is the best
me/lTcine I have ever found for coughs
ant ] colds. Mrs. Oscar Tripp , Big Rock ,
111. . March 20. 1901.
A man may be the architect of Ins
own fortune , but he can't induce
the san to shine in every room.
Money refunded for each package of
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES if unsat
It is the man at the litlle end of
the horn \vho is either hooted or ap
plaaded by the crowd.
fiow's This :
"Wo offer One Him Ireil Hollars Reward foi
anv ease of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by
Halfs Catarrh C'uro.
F. J. CHENEY & CO. . Props. . Toledo. O.
We the umJer.bIen < ; d have known F. J. Chenej
for the last ir > vears. and believe him perfects
honorable in all business trait-action : , and Jinan
dally able to carry out an ' obligation made by
AV.KST &Titt'AX. Wholesale DruggistsToledo , O.
WAI.IHXO. KIXNA.V & MAIIVIN , Wholesale
Dnipj-'lsts. Toledo. ( ) .
Hull' } , Catarrh ( ' 'ire is taken internally , acting
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
the sykem. Trice 7f o. per bottle. Sold byal
DniCKlsts. Testlimini iN free.
Kim's Family I'Hls are tbe best.
NoCordelia , don't think fora min
ute that because every man has his
prJee he gets it.
Mrs. Winslow's SOOTHING SYRUP for chil
dren teethingsoftens the turns , reduces inila
, allays pain cnrcs colic. Piice 25e botth
Three things to love courage , gen
tleaess and affection.
Three things to hate cruelty , arrogance
rogance and affectation.
Three th ncs to delight in frank
ness , freedom and beauty.
Three thincs to avoid idleness
Joqnacity and flippant jesting.
Three things to fight for honor ,
home and country.
Three things to admire power
dignity and irracefulness.
Three thincs to think about life ,
death and eternity.
si d 1'layers.
Henrik Ibsen is again reported t (
be criticallly ill at bis home ir ,
Our ave a ; e fellow citizen is a sane ,
healthy man , who believes iu deccncj
and has a wholesome mind.
A bialtiiy rcphulican novernnienl
uiusC rest upon individuals , not upor *
classes or sectious.
It is said that Macaulays memoij
was so retentive that , after reading
a boolv once , he could give all tin-
salient points of it , and recite many
lei g passages of it verbatim.
A card press in the government
p-intiug oflice. Washington , prints
60,000 cards on hoth sides in one
Lour. They are printed and cul
from a web of .brisLol.board.
They Thrive on Grape-Nuts.
Healthy babies don't cry and the wel.
nourished baby that is fed on Grape-
iNuts is never a crying baby. Many
.babies who cannot take any other food
relish the perfect food Grape-Nnts and
"My little baby was given up by three
doctors who said that the condensed
miik on which I had fed it had ruined
'the child's stomach. One of the doctors
told ine that the only thing to do would
'be ' to try Grape-Nuts , so I got some
.and prepared it as follows : I soaked
b. % tablespoonfuls in one pint of cold
( Water for half an hour , then I strained
off tlie liquid and mixed 12 teaspoonfuls
of this strained Grape-Nuts juice with
six teaspoonfuls of rich milk , put in a
pinch of salt and a little sugar , warmed
it and gave it to baby every two hours.
"In this simple , easy * way I saved
babe's life and have built her up to a
strong , healthy child , rosy and laughing.
, The food must certainly be perfect to
have such a wonderful effect as this. I
can truthfully say I think it is the best
food in the world to raise delicate babies
on and is also a delicious , healthful food
for grown-ups , as wehave discovered in
our family. " Name given by Postum
Co. , Battle Greek , Mich.
Grape-Nuts is equally valuable to the
strong , healthy man or woman.
Grape Nuts food stands for the true
theory of health.
I > ook in each package for a copy of
the famous little book , "The Road to
4- . | . ! 4- '
It Is related that the Dowager Em
press of Russia once saw on her hus
band's table a document regarding a
political prisoner. On the margin
Alexander III. had -written : "Pardon
impossible ; to be sent to Siberia. "
Tie Czarina took up the pen , and ,
striking out the semicolon after "im
possible , " put it before the word. Then
the indorsement read : Pardon ; impos
sible to be sent to Siberia. " The Czar
let it stasd.
According to an exchange , a Mis
souri woman sat up until 1 o'clock
the other night , waiting for her hus
band to come home. Then she gave it
up and went upstairs , only to find him
in bed and fast asleep. "His decep
tion , " as she called it , made her so
mad that she didn't speak to him for
three days. Her anger can be under
stood , when one considers the disap
pointment she must have suffered , at
being deprived of the pleasure of de
livering the choice Mrs. ' Caudle lecture
with which she had doubtless intend
ed to greet her wayward husband.
A North Missouri editor received a
note the other day telling him. that
one of his subscribers was dead , 'and
asking that his paper be discontinued.
A few days later the editor met the
"deceased" subscriber n the street ,
and told him about the note. "I wrote
that note myself , " returned the sub
scriber. "What for ? " asked the edi
tor. "Well , I wanted to stop yer pa
per , " said the subscriber , candidly ,
"an' knowing' how bad you need the
money I didn't have the heart to come
right out an' do it. So I jes' wrote
you the note about bein' dead. "
The late J. H. Shorthouse was af
flicted with a terrible stammer ,
which he used to say was a blessing
in disguise , having led him to use
the pen as his great instrument of ex
pression. There were times , how
ever , Avhen the stammer almost ceased ,
and he could talk on uninterruptedly.
One very striking and touching habit
grew out of the stammer. At "family
prayers" he and his wife read all the
prayers together , because , if an attack
of stainmerjng came on , her gentle
voice would carry on the thread till he
recovered , and the knowledge of this
prevented all nervousness on his part.
At a certain London church the col
lection used to be made in nicely em
broidered bags , but , so many old but
tons and stale pieces of chocolate be
ing put in , it was decided to try
plates" instead. The first Sunday
the usual number of coppers and
three-penny pieces were put in. but
among them a bright yellow shining
piece was observable. On Monday
morning there were more callers than
usual at the vestry , some of them
with the same application. After a
short interval another came with the
aine , "Oh , I am so sorry , but I put
i sovereign into the plate yesterday
by mistake. Could I have it , as I real
ly cannot afford it ? " "What ? " said
the vicar ; "you axe the fifth that has
been to see me this morning with the
same application , but the church
warden has .lust told md that the sup
posed sovereign is only a gilded shil-
WHAT GERMANY IS AFTER.
Eujjlisrimen Think Kaiser's Plan Is to
Kxcel in Sea Streneth.
The idea prevails in the United
States that Gorma'ny's present activity
in increasing her naval strength has
some relation to what are alleged by
some to be her designs on South Amer
ica. But some Englishmen explain
Germany's action in a very different
way , representing that it her purpose
to rival or surpass Great Britain in
sea power. Karl Blind , in the North
American Review , endeavors t ex
plain "Why Germany Strengthens Her
STavy. " Prof. Blind points out that
Germany is geographically wedged in
between two great military and naval
powers , which are now in close al-
iance , and that it might be necessary
for Germany in conceivable circum
stances to fight a defensive war on
two fronts , east and west. In such a
: ase it might be of extreme importance
: o her to have command of the sea
upon her own shores.
At the beginning of the last war
with France , when France dominated
the sea , Germany had to detach 1(50- (
DOO men for the defense of her coasts
and harbors ; and the German army
and population would run enormous
isks , in reference to provisioning , if ,
n any future war , the North sea , into
whose vast corner bay a mass of im
ports converges , were not properly pro-
ected by a strong naval force. Prof.
Blind negatives the idea that the naval
aspirations of Germany are of recent ,
or of royal or imperial , origin. One
of the purposes that were closest to
the hearts of the liberals in 1S4S-49
was the restoration of the German
power on the sea. Prof. Blind says :
"As to the feeling of the nation at
arge , it may be taken for certain that ,
f a plebiscite in the Swiss style had r
) een or were now taken , the verdict
would have been and would now be
n favor of proper naval preparations
against the increasing contingency of
risks , , even though an additional bur-
Ion of taxation had to be borne ,
rhough thirty-two years have passed
ince the last war with France , the
esson of that time has not been lost
upon the German people. The readi-
aess with which military and naval
mdgets are always voted in the 0 (
Trench chamber of deputies , generally
with scarcely any discussiou. uid thfl
great and rapid increase of tne Rus
sian and Franch fleets are for Ger
many significant monitory simo-
"Along the North sea and h Bal
tic Germany possesses a eoori seafar
ing population. Year by } . - ; . r tl e num
ber of men who come from Oe south
to enter the navy is steadil increas
ing. This is true even for Alsace-
Loraine , which now furnishes far more
volunteers for the navy than might
be expected , comparip its population
with that of Germany vr a whole. * '
DIAZ AND HIS ARMY.
The Rurales of Mexico Would Win Ad
miration of World if Put to Teat.
Most Americans if asked to tell the
strength of the Mexican army would
voice the general opinion that it c > n-
sisted of a few thousands and of the
irregular , nondescript sort so common
in Latin American states. Turn to
some year almanac , however , and cue
finds that the pence strength is 40,000 ;
that 50,000 men , trained regular sol
diers , most of them veterans , are avail
able at a fortnight's notice , and 100,000
would be ready in another two weeks.
The United States is supposed to have
no more than 50,000 men at command.
The military strength of the army of
any nation is not to be judged by the
mere count of a few thousands one
way or the other , but by Its condition
of'fitness. . " as the English say , and
in this light the facts concerning Gen.
Porfirio Diaz's very capable military
support are worth knowing.
The importance of this , in the light
of the attitude of the Mexican govern
ment to the Mouroe doctrine , is not to
be too highly estimated. Were the
United States called upon some morn
ing to make the long-expected stand of
force in defense of that doctrine the
strongest support which it would get
in North or South America would come
from the republic beyond the Ilio
Grande , which has been taking strides
to the fore as a power in the last ten
years. President Diaz , in his message
to Congress six years ago , pledged
himself and ministry to the unquali
fied support of the policy that forbade
further territorial aggression by Old
World powers in western continents.
It is a long look to the fore to behold
in Canada , British Honduras , Guiana ,
Jamaica , etc. , sovereign states , but
that so great a man as Porfirio Diaz
should look for this gives an ade
quate conception of his attitude in
case the Monroe doctrine was tested.
Should it ever be , that hard-riding ,
straight-shooting and fearless corps ,
the rurales of Mexico , would win the
admiration of the world. How much
it behooves those most interested in
this country's welfare to take these
things into account. Denver Republi
Justice in Old Kentucky.
The attorney for the prosecution :
"Did you hear the prisoner declare
he would kill the deceased ? "
The witness : "Your honor , must I
answer questions that would imperil
my personal safety ? "
The judge : "You must answer the
present question. "
The witness : "Your honor , I throw
myself on the court. I am a married
man and have a family depending on
me. If I answer the question in the
affirmative I'm as good as dead. "
The judge : "What would you have
the court do ? "
The witness : "I ask the court's pro
tection. I want every man in the court
room disarmed. "
The judge : "Bailiff , disarm the per
sons in this auditorium. Here , take
my gun first. "
The witness : "I want a gatling gun
stationed in the courtyard , and a com
pany of mounted sharpshooters about
the court house door. "
The judge : "Bailiff , attend to the t
details mentioned by the witness , and
at once. "
The witness : "Thank you , judge.
And now just one other thing. Let
me breathe my answer into your hon
orable ear. "
The judge. "Very well , witness. 8
Step up and let's have it. " The wit
ness steps up and whispers to the
judge. The latter nods. The witness
whispers again. This time the judge
shakes his head.
The witness : "Thank you , your hon
The judge : "Resume your seat. The
court is satisfied. Let the trial pro a
ceed. " Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Not Up to the Part.
Except in times of war the soldier is
ppularly supposed to lead an idle life ,
barring a bit of drill. Really he must
be an "actor in addition to his more
martial qualifications. How many
persons could stand for hours and
hours immovable , as the guards did
who watched Queen Victoria's coffin ?
The requisites of the "brave sojer
man. " appear in a story of a drillmaster -
master who was putting a'raw com
pany through the exercises of a funer
al service. He had them drawn up
with their arms reversed , and then he
said : '
"Now , I'll be the hearse. "
So he marched solemnly down the
line at a slow pace. Turning his eyes
to the side to see how his men were tl
behaving , he stopped suddenly and '
"Can't you men put on an expression ,
of regret ? "
Proof of Waning : Affection.
"My husband has ceased to love ll
'How 3o you know ? "
"I cant make him miserable any >
more.- " ' -Smart Set.
Strength of the Mormon Ohnrch.
The church of Latter Day Saints
Mormon ) , now in the seventieth year ,
b ) <
has some 400,000 adherents.
SHARP TRICKS OF THIEVES.
Instances in Which Cheek and
T3K9r'.ui-T : Were Displayed.
Several years go a "gentleman"
alighted from a well-appointed brou
gham at the door of a London silver
smith's shop and purchased a coni/d-
erable quantity of plate , in payment of
which he tendered a 100 note and re
ceived a small balance. He carried
the plate away with him in the
brougham and shortly afterward a
"policeman" called at the shop to say
that he had heard of the purchase and
to inform the silversmith that the note
tendered in payment was a bad oiib
He was glad to add , however , last flu
thief had been apprehended a-jd re
quested him to attend at the r.olc .
station at a certain hour in the after
noon to identify the prisoner. jit.
told the silversmith that it would bt
necessary for him to give up the bad
note to facilitate the preliminary in
quiries and this the latter did , obtain
ing a formal receipt. On going to the
police station the unfortunate shop
keeper found that he had boon hoaxed.
The "gentleman" and the "policeman"
were both members of the
Ugh - fingered
ed fraternity and the note was * a good
Two ladies on entering a house in
Belgravia to attend an afternoon party
were accosted by a weil-dressed gen
tleman , who said : "I presume you are
going to Lady C.'s , " and they went in
together. Although the lady of the
house did not recognize the gentle
man , she concluded he had been fully
invited , as he accompanied her friends.
After a handsome silver service had
been placed on the table the hostess
was called out of the room for a few
minutes and during her absence the
gentleman said to the company : "I'll
play a triok on my aunt , " and at the
same time proceeded to fill his pockets
with silver spoons , cream jug , sugar
basin , etc. , and hastily left the apart
ment. Shortly afterward. Lady ( J
returned and said with some surprise ,
"I thought the servant had brought in
all the tea service. " "Yes , " replied one
of the two ladies , "but your nephew
said he would play a trick on you and
carried off most of the ai'tieles. " "My
nephew ! " exclaimed her ladyship. "I
have no nephew in the world. I
thought the gentleman was a frieiu1
of yours. " Baltimore Sun.
After Many Years.
"On the train as I was going to Chicago
cage the other week , " said -a Detrolter ,
according to the "Free Press , " "I fell
| n with u man who was on a visit to
his brother iu a certain town. The
two had not met for thirty years , one
having lived in New Hampshire and
the other in Michigan all that time. I
became somewhat interested in the af
fair , and in imagination 1 pictured the
greeting ( between them after such a
long 1 separation. Indeed , I was more
enthusiastic than the traveler. He
had given no notice of his coming , but
when we reached the town he picked
up his satchel and looked out of the
window and said :
" 'I think I see my brother right out
there on the platform now. '
"I followed him out and he walked
up to the other and queried :
" 'Ain't you Sam Blank ? :
" 'Yep , and ain't your name Bill
Blank ? ' queried the other in reply.
' "It is. Howdy do , Sam ? '
" Turty well , Bill. '
" 'Come to visit me ? '
" ' '
" 'Then come along to the house. '
"That was all , " sighed the narrator
"no hugging no tears no luijjpiuii *
handshake no old oaken bucket busi
After thirty Long years Sam had hap
pened to be at the depot as his broth
er Bill pot off the train , and Bill went
h ; me with Sam. It made me so vexed
that I didn't enjoy the rest of the day
A West Philadelphia Sunday school
teacher lias a class of a dozen small
boys , ranging in their ages from (5 to
years. Not long ago the lesson was '
from the twenty-second chapter of
Genesis , upon the temptation of Abra
ham to offer Isaac for a sacrifice. The
teacher told them in as simple lan
guage as possible the story of the go
ing into the mountain and the prepara
tion for the sacrifice , and when all was
ready she explained that Abraham s.-nv
kid caught in the bushes and rook
that and killed it.
There was an aAved silence for a
moment when she had finished and
when one little lad gasped , with eyes
wide with horror :
"A 'kid ! ' What , a boy ? " Philadel
"Wetlilin * ? Announcement. .
Every one admitted that Mrs. Thom
son was an excellent disciplinarian.
She was a widoAv Avith three
ivhom she had brought up to obe-
lience and truthfulness , if IQ' to joy.
"Children , I have something to tell
rou , " she announced one Sunday , on
lie return of the family from church.
'On Thursday afternoon I shall marry
Doctor Lane , whom you all know and
There was a solemn pause , ended by
he oldest boy. "Mother , " he asked ,
'when are you going to tell Doctor
Lane ? "
Teaching : Them a Lesson.
"One of our cars ran over another
nan last night , " announced the super-
ntendent of the traimvay.
"Well , " replied the manager , "after
while the people will learn that the
nly safe place is aboard the car. "
She Are you fond of tea ?
He Yes , but I like the next letter
etter. Modern Society.
COMMODORE NICHOLSON OF OUR NAVY
Recommends Pe = ru = na = = = 0ther Prominent ]
Commodore Soiiiorville Nicholson , of
ihe United States Navy , in a letter from
1837 K street , N.V. . . Washington , D. C. ,
"Your Peruna has been and fs
now used by so many of my
friends and acquaintances as a
sure cure for catarrh that I am
convinced of its curative qualities
and I unhesitatingly recommend
it to all persons suffering from
that complain t. " S. Nicholson.
United States Minister to Guatemala
Dr. W. Godfrey Hunter , U. S. Minis
ter to Guatemala , ex-inember of Con
gress from Kentucky , iu a letter from
Washington. D. C. . writes :
"I am fully satisfied that your Peruna
is an efficacious remedy for catarrh , as I
and many of ray friends have been bene
fited by its use. " W. G. lluntcr. M. D.
Member of Congress From Virginia
Hon. G. R. Brown , Martinville , Vs. ,
ex-member of Congress Fifth District ,
uOth Congress. Avrites :
"I cheerfully give my indorsement to
your Pertuia as a cure for catarrh. Its
beneficial results have been so fully
demonstrated that its use is esivntial to
all persons suffering from that disease. "
Hon. G. K. Brown.
The day was when men of prominence
hesitated to give their testimonials to
proprietary medicines for publication.
This remains true to-day of most pro
prietary medicines. But Peruna lias
become so justly famous , its merits are
known to so many people of high and
low stations , that no one hesitates to
see his name in print recommending
The highest men in our nation have
given Peruna a strong indorsement.
Men representing all classes and sta
tions are equally represented.
000 Boxes a Year.
THE FAKELY'S FAVOR3TE KEDSCIKE
BEST FOR THE BOWELS
NEBRASKA NEWSPAPER UNION , 79O-39 , YORK , NEBRASKA-
A strarge accident befell a boy
who was chopping wood near Augs
burg , Germany. His ax struck a
wire clothesline , and at the same
.moment a Hash cf lightning struck
.the line , passed down the hatchet
and killed him.
Charles Stevens , secretary cl the
Anti-Vaccination league of Minnea
polis , died from smallpox. lie had
frequently denounced vaccination as
inefficacious and a barbarous prac-
Have periods of depression which
make them unpleasant companions.
Shew no consideration for a wom
Discuss sporting topics in a way in
tended to show great knowledge.
Fail to understand that a son haste
to learn to become sedate.
Find it impossible to get along , no
matter hi w elaborate their income.
Take pride in proving they are gen
tlemen under all circumstances.
Have money on one form of dissipa
tion to throw ic away on another
Texas Finds a Remedy.
Fate. Tex. , Sept. 21. Texas has sel
dom , if ever , had such a profound sen-
gation as that caused by the introduc-
'tion recently of a new remedy for Kid
ney diseases. This remedy has already
been tried in thousands of cases , and
in almost every ease the results have
Henry Vaughan , of Rural Route No.
3. Fate , says of it :
"I suffered with Kidney Trouble forever
over IS months. I was very bad and
could get nothing to help me till I
heard of the uew remedy. Dodd's Kid
ney Pills. I bcjjan to u < e these pills ,
and very soon found myself improving.
I kept 011 and now I can say I am ab
solutely cured and free from any symp
tom of my old trouble.
"I am very glad I heard of this won
derful remedy and I would strongly
advise anyone suffering with Kidney
trouble to try it. for I know it will
If every man w-.uld take as much
interest in his work as he does i
trying to avoid it , poverty wculdsrun
be \\ord wiihcut meaning. Chicago
Daily Uews ,
A. Skin of Beauty is a uoy Forcvo-
T > K. T. FELIX GorfJAUD'S OKIESTA
* * CKEAM , Oil 3i.\r.rCAI.i BEACTiflKi : * .
o , r < 9b. H'T'ovp * Ton. Pimples , Freckli
- * iSS X * M" Prf.fhes , Hash , onel hk
S * c . JfeJSfv ' J.Qiscase3 , an 1 every blemish
? jjlo b inty , and cleflt
S detection. It Jia
= j SsS stood the test of 6
rears , and I su
si | > harmless we taste i
sl to be sure It Is prnf
* erlj made. Aecep
no counterfeit 01
girail ir name. Dr. I.
A. Sayre said to n
lady of the hum-ton
( a patient ) : "An yot-
ladies will ue them
I recommend 'Gour
aud's Cream' as th
least harmful of & 1
the Skin prepara
tions. " For rale ball \
all Drnpyists on'
fancy-Goods Dealers In th ? C. 3. , Canodas and Europt
T.RD. T. HOPKINS. Pron'r * Great Jonea St. K. V
3S11 TJV 3H3HM S1Ufl3
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of I'eruna ,
write at once to Dr. Uartinan. giving a
full statement of your case , and he will )
be pleased to give you his valuable aoV
Address Dr. TIartnian , President of
The Ilartman Sanitarium , Columbus , O.
A horse in a wild state lives to be
from thirty-six to forty years old ;
when domesticated he is usually
played out at the age of twenty-live
! * < is thus seeu that civilization does
not contribute to the longevity of
S' me manufacturers of the so-called
"all tobacco cigarette > : > use piper
for the wrappers. The paper is first
soaked in a liquid decoction of t < -
bacco , and it has the appearance or
You can sava from $3 to $5 yearly by
wearing W. L. Douglas $3.50 or $3 shoes.
i nuy equal inoso
that have been cost
ing vou from § 4.00
to 35.00. The im
mense sale of W. L.
Douglas shoes proves
' .heir superiority over
ill other makes.
SiA'l ' by retail shoo
1 Cillers everywhere.
Look for name ; ind
> rire on bottom.
That Douglas nses Cor-
aatoltprores there in
aliie in Douglas shoes.
oron.i is lh highest
fast Color tiiiflft , , . . = , /
* frF & * z " * &Z i
Catalog free. IV. L. HOUGLAS , Broektoa. Bus.
$ tfl H < tAi $ T
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To prove the healing and
cleansing power of Pax-
tine Toilet Antiseptic
we will mail a urge trial
package with book of instructions -
free. This is not a tiny
sample , but alarge package ,
enough to convince anyone
of its value. Women all
over the country are prais-
ng Paxrine for what it has done in local
treatment of female ilia , curing all inflam
mation and discharges , wonderful as a cleans
ing vaginal douche , for sore throat , nasal ca
tarrh , as a mouth wash , and to remove tartar
and whiten the teeth. Send to-day ; a postal
card will do.
Sold by draught * or tent postpaid by u , SO
tent * . I arse box. SaU factIon guaranteed.
3. PAXTUN CO. , 216 Columbus Ave . Bostoa. Mass.
Ripnnd Tatjues ! are 'ho best
dyspepsia medicine ever made.
A hundred millions of them have
been sold in the United States in
a single year. Constipation ,
hpartbnrn , sick headache , dizziness -
ness , bad breath. 3ore throat and
every other illness arising from a disordered
stomach are relieved or cured bv Kipans Tabules.
One will generally pive relief within twenty
minutes. The uve-cenf package is enough
for ordinary occasions. Alldrupgists sell them.
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