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Vegetable Compound in Cases of Mrs. Fox
and Miss Adams.
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One of the greatest triumphs of Lydia
bo-calleti "wandenn? pains may
come from its early stages, or the pres
ence of danger may be made manifest
by excessix'e. menstruation accompanied
1y unusual pain extending from the
ovaries down the groin ami thighs.
If you have mysterious pains, if there
are indications of inflammation ulcera
tion or displacement, don't wait for
rtme to confirm your fears and m
through the horrorsof a hospital opera
tion; secure Lydia E. 1'iukham's Vege
table Compound right away and liegin
its use and write Mrs. I'inkhau of
Lynn, Mass., for advice.
Head these strong letters from (jrate
fi;l women who have been cured:
Dwir Mrs. Pinkham: (First Letter.)
"In lfx tiring over your book I teth&r your
medicine curs Tumor of th Utertis. I have
Ix-eiitoa (lH-torand he tIls tnu I have a tu
mor. I will ltu more than fateful if yon
can hflp me. ns I do -rf drc-t.l Jin operation.1'
Fannie D. Fox, 7 Chestnut St., Hrudford, Pa.
Dear Mrs. Pinkham : (Second Letter.)
'I tak th' lil terty to congratulate you on
the succcs I have had with your wonderful
" Eighteen months ago my monthlies
FtopHl. biiortly afur I felt so liadlyl sub
mitteit to a thorough examination by a phy
fcicittn, and was toli that I had a tumor on
the uterus and would have to undergo an
I soon after read one of vour advertise
ments and decided to ive Lydia E. Pink-
liatu fi eetablo ComiKOjiid a trial.
taking live bottles as directed, the tumor is '
entirely gone. I have again been examined i
Lydia E. PnkWs VcftetaUe Guamd:
ft Curc Col.ls. Couzhs. Sore Throat. Croup.
Intiucnza. Whooping Couch, ltroncliitis :mil
A-ilimn. A certain cure for Consumption in lirst
'.ise.anla sure relief in aiUancetl stages. le
j: om-e ou i ill see tlie excellent effect af tei
tal.ing the lirst love sltl lv dealers eery
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WET WEATHER COMFORT
Ml have tited your FISH BRAND
Slicker for five years and can truth
fully say that I never have had
anything give me so much com
fort and satisfaction. Enclosed
find my order for another one."
( A-D AOOHtSB ON APPUOMKm)
. You can defy the hardest storm with TcWs
' Waterproof Oiled Clothing and Hats.
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OUR GUARANTEE IS BACK OF THIS
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FOR COW OWNERS
The mechanical Cream Separator has
become a vital feature of every home
dairy just as of every butter factory.
Its use means much more and much
better cream and butter, as well as
. Baring of water, ice, time and room.
The difference in results is not small
but big. Few cows now pay without a
separator. Dairying is the most profit
able kind of farming with one.
93$ of the creamery butter of the
world is dow made with De Laval
machines, and there are over 500,000
farm users besides.
Send for catalogue and name of nearest
The De Laval Separator Co.
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All OPENING FOR YOU.
There is an opening for you In the
Southwest: so is there for an energetic,
iride-awake man. The Southwest is in
cced of NOTHING but energetic men to
develop its wonderful resource. There
are vast areas of unimproved land in
Isdian Territory. Oklahoma and Texas.
along the line of the M. K. Jc T. Kailway
cnlv iraitinp tor men like you to make
tueVa yield the wonderful crops of which
they are capable There are hundreds of
to-ns where new businesses ARE
ACTUALLY NEEDED. To make them
successful, you have only to establish
them and use ordinary business judg
nent in conducting them. There are
openings for mills and manufacturing
plants, small stores, newspapers, lumber
yards and manv other branches of trade.
The oil and pas fields of Kansas. Indian
Territory and Oklahoma are new and
o3cr -woaderf ul'opportunies for devel
opment. We are in possession of all
sorts of Information, valuable alike to
the investor and homeseeker. If you are
interested, tell us what you -want, how
much you have to invest and we will
pladly furnish the information. Write
to-day for a copy of our book. "The Com
ing Country." It's free. Address
GEORGE MORTON. G.P.4T. A..
Box 911 ST. LOUIS. HO.
K. Pinkham s Vctfo table Compound is m junior now ii iias aiso DrougnL my
the conq.u-rinff of woman's dread , "H??" $"&. fF more; ni. X ,ara
nt h entirely well. I shall never be without a lwt-
cnemy iiimor. tIeof
by the physician and he says I have no signs
Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
in the house." Famiie D. Fox, Bradford, Pa.
Another Case of Tumor Cared
by Lydia E. Pinkhaiu's Vegeta
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:
' About three yeaixago I had inter.se pain
in my stomach, with cramps and raging
headaches. The doctor pre-crilted for me,
but finding that I did not get any better he
examined me and. to my surprise, declared
I had a tumor in the uterus.
"I felt sure that it meant my death warrant,
and was very disheartened. I spent hundreds
of dollars in doctoring, but the tumor kept
growing, till the doctor said that nothing but
an operation would save me. Fortunately I
convsjtonded with my aunt in the New Eng
and Suites, who advised me to try Lydia E.
Piukhams Vegetable Compound before sub
mitting to an operation, and I at once started
taking a rvjnilar treatment, findinc to my
great relief that my general health began to
improve, and after three months I noticed
that the tumor hail reduced in size. I kept
on taking the Coiiitound, and in tan months
it had entirely disappeared without an oper
ation, and using no medicine but Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable' Comitound, and words
fail to express how grateful I am for the good
it ha done me." jffiss Luella Adams, Colon
nade Hotel, Seattle, A ash.
Such unquestionable testimony
proves the value of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, and should give
confidence and hope to every sick
Mrs. Pinkham invites all ailing
women to write to her at Lvnn, Mass.,
a Wtoai's Geaefr for Wi
Never Satisfied A Fable.
One day a raised beggar was creep
ing along the street. He carried in his
hand an old wallet and he asked every
passerby for a few cents. As he was
grumbling at his lot he kept wonder
ing why it was that people who had so
much were never satisfied, but were
always wanting more.
"If I only had enough to eat and
wear I should be satisfied," said the
Just at that moment Fortune came
down the street. She saw the beggar
and stopped. She said to him:
"Listen! I have long wished to
help you. Hold your wallet and I will
pour this gold into it. But I will pour
only on this condition. All that falls
into the wallet shall be pure gold, but
all that falls upon the ground shall be
come dust. Do you understand?"
"Oh. yes, I understand," said the
"Then have a care," said Fortune.
"Your wallet is old."
He opened his wallet quickly and
the yellow metal was soon pouring in.
"Is that enough?"
"Not yet." said the beggar.
"Isn't it cracking?" asked Fortune
"Never fear; just a little more."
said the beggar. "Add just another
Another handful was added and the
wallet burst from end to end.
Every housekeeper should know
that if they will buy Defiance Cold
Water Starch for laundry use they
will save not only time, because it
never sticks to the iron, but because
each package contains 16 oz. one full
pound while all other Cold Water
Starches are put up in -pound pack
ages, and the price is the same, 10
cents. Then again because Defiance
Starch is free from all injurious chem
icals. If your grocer tries to sell you
a ll'-oz. package it is because he has
a stock on hand which he wishes to
dispose of before he puts in Defiance.
He knows that Defiance Starch has
printed on every package in large let
ters and figures "1C ozs." Demand De
fiance and save much time and money
and the annoyance of the iron stick
ing. Defiance never sticks.
We pity the man who is unappre
ciated to the extent that his wife does
not believe his smoking on the porch
will drive away mostquitoes, and that
he really smokes to keep the mos
quitoes away from her fair skin.
To the housewife who has not yet
become acquainted with the new thing?
of everyday use in the market, and
who is reasonably satisfied with the
old. we would suggest that a trial of
Defiance Cold water Starch be made
at once. Not alone because it is guar
anteed by the manufacturers to be su
perior to any other brand, but because
each 10c package contains 16 ozs..
while all the other kinds contain but
12 ozs. It is safe to say that the lady
who once uses Defiance Sarch will use
no other. Quality and quantity must
Many hands want light work.
When Your Grocer Says
he does not have DeanCe Starch, you
may be sure he is afraid to keep it
until his stock of 12 oz. packages arc
sold. Defiance Starch is not only bet
ter than any other Cold Water Starch,
but contains 16 oz. to the package and
sells for same money as 12 oz. brands.
Don't be ungrateful.
17 ARMS FOR RENT OR SALE ON CROP '
payments. J. MULHALL. Sioux City, la.
Be good, but not easy.
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K Best Cocsh Syrop. Tastes Good. TaeH
M In time. Sola bv druggists. 11
What Children Are Rocked
When a baby is born in Guinea all
sorts of funny things happen to it. Its
mother buries it in the sand up to its
waist, so it cannot get into bad mis
chief, and this is the only cradle it
knows anything about.
The little Lapp infant is cradled in
a shoe his mother's. This is a big
affair covered with skin and stuffed
with soft moss. This can be hung on
a tree or covered up with snow while
mamma goes to church or any place
where babies are not invited.
The baby of India rides in a basket
which hangs from its mother's head
or from her hip, or in a hammock. In
some parts the baby's nose is adorned
with a nose ring, and in others its
face is wrapped in a veil like its
The Chinese baby is tied to the back
of an older child.
The Mongolian infants travel about
in bags slung on a camel's back.
In some countries the mothers lay
their babies where a stream of water
falls on their heads. This is to make
them tough, which it does unless the
babies die as a result of this treat
ment. Another mother covers her
baby's head with paste, while the Tar
tar baby is covered with butter. The
Turkish baby is salted perhaps to
keep it sweet while the worst fate
of all falls to the lot of the newly born
children in Bulgaria. Their mothers
put a hot omelette on the little ones'
heads to make them solid and protect
them from sunstroke. The Bulgarian
baby doesn't like it any better than
you would. He makes a great howl
about it, but it is not a bit of use. His
mother thinks she knows better about
some things than he does, so he has to
submit, which he does with a very bad
GOING FAR FOR PURE WATER
Los Angeles Proposes to Go 240 Miles
Away for Supply.
A notable water works project is
proposed by Los Angeles, Cal., for a
better supply of water. Never before,
so far as we know, has an American
city proposed to go so far afield (240
miles) for water, and with the excep
tion of the pipe line for the supply of
the Coolgardio gold fields of western
Australia do we not know of so long a
water supply conduit anywhere in the
world. The Coolgardie pipe line is
only thirty inches in diameter, but it
is about 330 miles in length. Instead
of being a gravity line water is
ptltnped through it to an elevation of
1,313 feet. This lift is distributed be
tween nine pumping stations, and the
nominal daily capacity of the conduit
and pumps is 6.000.000 gallons. The
causes for going so far for water in
western Australia and in California
are in some respects similar, but differ
materially in that at Los Angeles there
is a highly developed and prosperous
community instead of a series of gold
mining camps. For years Los An
geles h:ts obtained close at hand wa
ter enough to supply its most pressing
needs at least, but its future and that
of both town and country around it
depend upon a large increase in the
water supply. The near-by sources are
not sufficient for the prospective
wants of the city and its suburbs, and
are more than needed for irrigation.
If the future of the city will warrant
so large an outlay, and that future
certainly looks bright, then Los An
geles is to be congratulated on having
at least solved a water problem which
has been niore perplexing and serious
than outsiders have suspected and
than most of its own citizens even yet
The Maid of Other Days.
Oh. vanished maids of grandma's day.
What darksome lives were those you
Obliged in youth to pick your way;
Uncertain paths to keep and tread;
No experts had you to advise.
To counsel, caution or direct
Your maiden steps; no mentors wise.
Or faithful Hatchets circumspect.
When grandpapas a-calling came.
No chats with girls were ours to tell
The judgment of some worthy dame
The time to sound the curfew bell:
And all in vain ou sought the truth
They tell it now if 'twas a sin.
When after dark a comely youth
Had sreu you home, to ask him in.
You neer learned oh. vanished fair!
Yoti could not. had it been your wish
The latest way to best prepare
Your luncheon in a chafing-dish.
And e'en pet haps you never read
The fact that hungry companies
Would rather starve than not be fed
Fiom Mrs. Cookem's recipes.
You could not tell
I'll wager now.
Of countless thiucs the
In spite of which, somewhere, somehow.
You got your Mart; and yet and yet
It really is a problem quite
To find what saved ou from the bad;
You had no "Hints" to guide ou right;
Your mothers, thev were all you had.
Arthur 11. Kolwell in The Sunday Mag
azine. King of the Penguins.
The "emperor" penguin, one of the
discoveries of Capt. Scott's recent
antarctic expedition, was the subject
of an interesting illustrated lecture
by Dr. Wilson before the recent orni
thological congress in London. The
bird stands about four feet high,
weighs eighty pounds or more, and
with its black coat and erect posture
has, when seen at a distance, a truly
startling resemblance to a dwarf
man. These "emperors" of the pen
guin world live upon the great girdle
of pack ice which surrounds the ant
arctic continent, and seem to depend
daily for their food on crustaceans
caught in the crevices of the ice.
The female lays a solitary egg,
which is caught on the great web
feet, so that it never touches the ice,
and is held there covered with the
mother's body until hatching occurs.
Meat Is Unpopular.
"1 never knew meat to be so unpop
ular as it has been this summer," said
a prosperous butcher. "Of course I al
wajs expect the meat sales to fall off
in the warm weather, but this year I
have sold only one-half as much as I
did last summer. One customer a
landlady, who has twenty-five board
ers tells me that she can hardly get
her boarders to touch the meat dishes,
and she is rejoicing. Even ham, the
old standby, which is generally in good
demand even in the most scorching
weather, is frowned upon, and the beef
trust would soon go to pieces if its
produce were no more popular the
year round than it has been this sum-mer.
GOOD BLOOD FOR BAD
Rheumatism and Other Blood Dis
eases ar Cured by Dr. Williams'
"In the lead mines I was at work on my
knees with my elbows pressed agaiu&t
rock walls, iu dampness and extremes of
cold," said Mr. J. G. Meukel, of 2975
Jackson avenue, Dubuque, Iowa, in de
scribing hie experience to a reporter.
" and it is not surprising that 1 con
tracted rheumatism. For three years I
had attacks affectiug the joints of my
ankles, knees and elbows. My ankles
and knees became so swollen I could
scarcely walk on uneven ground and a
little pressure from a stone under my
feet "would cause me so much pain that I
would nearly sink down. I was often
obliged to lie in bed for several days at a,
time. My friends who were similarly
troubled were getting no relief from
doctors and I did not feel encouraged to
throw money away for nothing. By
chance I read the story of Robert Yates,
of the Klaner Manufacturing Co., of
Dubuque, who had a very bad case of
rheumatism. I decided to try Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills for Pale People, the
remedy he had used. Iu three or four
weeks after beginning to use the pills, I
was much beMer and jji three months I
was well. The swelling of the joints
and the tenderness disapeared, I could
work steadily and for eight years I have
had no return of the trouble. My whole
family believe in Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills. Both my sous use them. We
consider them a' household remedy that
we are snre about.
What Dr.Williams' Pink Pills did for
Mr. Meckel they are doing for hundreds
of others. Every dose sends galloping
through the veius. pure, strong, rich, red
blood that strikes straight at the cause of
all ill health. The new blood restores
regularity, and braces nil the organs for
their special tasks. Get the genuine Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills at yonr druggists
or direct from the Dr. Williams Medi
cine Co., Schenectady, N.Y.
"You will end on the scaffold," said
the sweetheart of Namon Fernandez,
of Madrid. "They shall not call you
a liar," said Fernandez, and shot her
Ask Your Dealer for Allen's Foot-Eate
A powder. It rests the feet. Cures Swollen,
Sore, Hot, Callous. Aching, Sweating Feet
and ingrowing Nails. At all Druggists and
Shoe stores, 25 cents. Accept no substitute.
Sample mailed FKEH Address, Allen S
Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y.
There was a great commotion in the
back yard. Mother hurried to the
window to see Johnny chasing the cat
"Why, Johnny, what are you doing?
What is the matter with kitty?" she
"She's all dirty, mother. Somebody
shut her up in the coal-hole."
"Is that all?" mother wanted to
"Why, yes." said Johnny. "She's
dirty and black and horrid. We don't
want her around."
Presently Johnny1 came in crying,
and ran to his mother for help. He
had fallen into a puddle and was drip
ping with mud. "O. mother, mother!"
he cried, sure of help from her.
"Jane," she said quietly to the
nurse, who was sewing near by, "do
you know where there are any good
sized gravel stones?"
"Stones, Ma'am?" asked Jane.
"Yes," said the mother, "to throw
at Johnny. He's been in a puddle and
is dirty and black and horrid."
Johnny felt as if this was more than
he could bear. "Please, mother, I'll
never do it again," he cried in humble
tones. "Poor kitty! I see now how
bad I made her feel."
Johnny was then washed and com
forted. He did not soon forget the
little lesson of kindness to those in
Brushed Scales from Face Like Pow
der Doctor Said Lady Would Be
Disfigured for Life Cuticura
"I suffered with eczema all over my
body. Jly face was covered; my eye
brows came out. I had tried three
doctors, but did not get any better.
I then went to another doctor. He
thought my face would be marked for
life, but my brother-in-law told me to
get Cuticura. I washed with Cuticura
Soap, applied Cuticura Ointment, and
took Cuticura Resolvent as directed.
I could brush the scales off my face
like powder. Now my face is just as
clean as it ever was. Mrs. Emma
White, 641 Cherrier Place, Camden,
N. J., April 25, '05."
Most people are overstocked with
Suffered 23 Years From Constipation and Stomach Trouble
Wilbert Thompson never knew a well day he had been constipated
health failed rapidly and on January 21, 1903, Mrs. Thompson asked us to
recommended that a specialist be consulted but he also failed to help the
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MR. and MRS. WILBERT THOMPSON,
801 Main St, Peoria, III;
MULL'S GRAPE TONIC CURED HIM.
Stomach Troubles. Indisestlon, Dyspep
is. Blood Poison, Skin Diseases,
Sores, Sudden Bowel Trouble,
Diarrhea, Cholera, Etc.
V6 one whose bow
poisoned and dying
bowels or intestines.
Check diarrhea and
you are liable to fatal
blood poison a physic
makes you worse.
There isonly one right
els are healthy and ac
tive contracts these
ably they are the re
sult of Constipation
which means decayed.
The $1.00 bottle contains nearly
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He Ought to Know.
The late John W. Mackey was at
tending to business at the great Corn
stock mine one day when a party of
tourists approached and asked if he
knew of a guide who would take them
around. Evidently none of them
knew him. Mackey offered to escort
them, and did so, explaining the mys
tery of gold and silver quartz mining.
When they had emerged the visitors
thanked the guide. Among them was
Andrew. D. White, recently ambassa
dor to Germany, and at that time
president of Cornell university. "Here,
my man. take this," he said. "Youi
explanation of the working of the
mine has been singularly clear and in
forming." "Well, it ought to be," replied the
guide, as he slipped the half dollar in
his overalls pocket, "I dug 'em and I
She Was Used.
"I hear you have a little sister at
your house," said a Chicago grocer to
a small boy. "Yes, sir," said Johnny.
"Do you like that?" was queried. "I
wish it was a boy," said Johnny, "so
I could play marbles with him, an'
baseball." "Well," said the storekeep
er, "why don't you exchange your lit
tle sister for a boy?" Johnny reflected
for a minute, then he said rather sor
rowfully: "We can't now. It's too
late. We've used her four days."
"Why am I like a pin?" asked Mr.
Jones, triumphantly, of his wife. He
expected she was going to say, "Be
cause you are to sharp," and he was
simply paralyzed when she replied:
"Because if you should get lost it
wouldn't be worth while to spend time
looking for you."
Try me just once and I am sure to
come aj;ain. Defiance Starch.
People who advertise their troubles
never clear off their stock.
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quality, and makes
Send postal for
JAQUES MFG. CO.
In getting beautiful aud harmonious tints
on your walls with
Write for sample card of handsome
tints. Tell us just what work you have to
do, and see how we can help you in getting
beautiful effects. Alabastine is not a dis
ease breeding hot or cold water glue kalso
mine, not a covering stuck on with paste
like wall paper, but a natural cement
rock base coating'. Anyone can apply
it. Mix with cold water. Alabastine does
not rub or scale. Destroys disease germs
and vermin. No washing of walls after
once applied. Buy only in packages prop
erly labeled. "Hints on Decorating" and
pretty wall and ceiling design free.
StTkonftm't Eft Watar
Color More foods brifhter and faster colors than any
JUk dealer or e will send post said st 10c a packaoe.
course and that is to
treat the cause. Re
vive and strengthen
the bowels and Intes
tines. We will prove
to you that Mull's
Grape Tonic cures
Constipation and all
these terrible Stom
ach and Bowel
troubles because it
cleanses the Blood and
makes the intestines
practically new. It
feeds the starved con
dition and brings
them back to life
nothing else will.
WRITE FOR THIS FREE BOTTLE TO-DAY
Good for ailing children and nursing mothers.
three times as much as the 50 cent
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Facsimile Signature of
EXACt COPY OT WRAPPER.
livery day in every year
that comes, more housewives
are ffivini? ud their exhorhitant
Bakinc Powders and
turning to K C, the honest and
reliable, which has stood so well
the test of years. They are find
ing out that
costs one-third the price of
nowder anvwhere near K C
better, purer, more
25 ounces for 25c.
" Book of Prtxriits.
TN 1,2,3 tf R.
In Hterl&l. Finish and Wclu
Farwrs f tit liiirf Tim Tiiin.
1. A well finished and an Imneitl tullt wairon.
S. To be strong for its weight anil eIlrrrtnkMd.
S. Toraa cafallT and rnmm Um wklie.
laitT Our Wagons are after this order, 'a np4o-1
oc not lull ct-new mines" Dut atsw xarraia I
aate moaeis. one ana two none anu 01 u sires. a i
for Free Catalogue W. Full line of Hasten. CnW-1
vatorc. Engines. Threshers. Etc
When answering advertisements
please mention this paper.
W. N. U. Omaha.
other die.. One 10c ssckate colors silk, wool and cotton ectmlr? weft and is anranteed to she perfect results.
Wnte (or he booklet Hew to D) Bleach arid Ha Ceiors. MUSKtusiMtCaco., T'litnimffi. BTfmiul
all his life many doctors treated him,
suggest a treatment for her husband.
patient NOW HE IS WELL.
Mull's Grape Tonic Cured Him
.a .HlS".7honl?!??n, flrf.t 7"e F as ll0W8: "My husband, aed 23. suffers from sharp pain in his stomach
and sometimes thinks it is his heart. Let me know by return mail what causes the pain, if you can. Mr.
Thompson has been treated by several doctors, but they have given him up."
,,e promptly advised that a flrst-class specialist be consulted. We quote: "We want to sell Mull's Grape
Tonic, becansc we know it will cure constipation, but 50c. a bottle is no object to us when a human life is at stake.
a,n9 " y.ou,r nwband s ; case is as serious as you state, we sujrjtest you consult a reliable specialist, not the adver
tising kind, promptly. At the same time knowinrthat Mull's Grape Tonic could do no harm, we advised its
?.f.lU1TTa,?.bJ'slcian.c?UIdbe consulted. January 25th. Mrs. Thompson wrote that a physician had ben con
5 i r He diajmosed the case as beini? chronic constipation and dyspepsia. His treatment was followed faith
runy, but there was no perceptible improvement in Mr. Thompson's health. Then he began taking Mull's Grape
Tonic and on September 3, 19C3, wc received the following letter from Mrs. Thompson :
"You will remember that I wrote to you last January in regard to my hus
band's health. It Is four months since he quit taking Mull's Qrape Tonic for cons
tipation, which he suffered from since birth. He took just 24 bottles of it and is
perfectly cured. He Is much stronger and has gained considerably in flesh. I can
not thank you enough for Mull's drape Tonic. 'It is worth its weight in gold.' Just
SI2 cured him and he has spent hundreds of dollars with doctors who did him no
good. It did. all you claimed It would."
Very respectfully yours, MRS. W. H. THOMPSON, 801 Main St., Peoria, III.
Mr. Thompson stopped taking Mull's; Grape Tonic in June, 1903. He has been completely cured and has
taken no other medicine since that date. . Over two years and no return of the disease, should prove a
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snoc ta ibc wotm. i ney are usi as moa as
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difference Is the price. If I could take you into
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the world under one roof snaking area's fine
shoes, and show you the care with which every
pair of Douglas shoes is made, yoa would realize
why W. L. Douzlas $3.50 shoes are the best
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If I could show vou the difference between the
hoes made la my factory and those of other
makes, you would understand why Douglas
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greater Intrinsic value than any other $3.50
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but all failed to even help himhis
We thought the case too serious and
Co.. 118 3rd Ave.. Rock Island. I1L. and
free bottle of Mull's Grape Tonic, Blood
and address plainly on a separate piece of
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