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Was pot still whisky the only whole- some one, or was patent still whisky the one non-poisonous drink? Chemi- cal analyses were applied to every whisky going \A Liverpudlian entered a public house near the 'Albert docks one night and said: \'Is yer whisky pure?' \'Well I should think so,' the pub- lican answered. 'It's been paralyzed by three anarchists.'\ Not Appropriate. Senator Beveridge was replying at a dinner In Washington to a defender of the sugar trust. \You remind me of a man at his 'brother's funeral. This man bent over the grave and closely watched the low- ering of the coffin down into the clean Cut rectangular chamber prepared for It. He heaved a sigh as the coffin came to a rest, and said to the under- tak i gr heartily: It's the neatest fit I ever saw in my life. Come and have a drink on the head of it.' \—Sunday Magazine of the Cleveland Leader. When Tempus Didn't Fugit, Little Helen, during the three years of her life, had never been separated from her elder sister night or day for more than a few minutes at a time; but at last the time came when the sister went away for a whole day. The child tried every game and occu- pation that she knew of, and a nest one or two suggested by her mother, but they all palled. Finally she gave up and stood and , looked sadly out of the window. Then she sighed deeply and said: \It's still the same old day, isn't it, ipother?\—Woman's Home Companion. Big Bugs. Dr. Cook was talking to a Washing- ton correspondent. \The man is wrong in his attacks,\ he said. \He errs as ludicrously in his idea of polar conditions as the Brook- lyn domestic, who said: \'It must be a filthy place, that earth pole, ma'am. I hear it's full of Ice bugs as big as churches.' \—Wash- ington Star. Don't kick when your wife asks if her hat is on straight. Rather feel proud that she has the graciousness to liken you to a plumb. It isn't every prodigal son who gets a whack at the obese veal. CHANGE THE VIBRATION It Makes for Health. A man tried leaving off meat, pota- toes, coffee, and etc., and adopted a breakfast of fruit, Grape -Nuts with cream, some crisp toast and a cup of Post urn. His health began to Improve at once Afor the reason that a meat eater will - reach a ptace once In it while where his system seems to become clogged and the machinery doesn't work smoothly. A change of this kind puts aside food of low nutritive value and takes up food and drink of the highest value, already partly ,,digested and capable of being quickly changed into good, rich blood and strong tissue. A most valuable feature of Grape Nuts is the natural phosphate of pot- ash grown In the grains from which it I. made. This Is the element which transforms albumen in the body into the soft gray Substance which fills brain and nerve centers A few days' use of Grape -Nuts will give one a degree of nervous strength well worth the trial I Look in pkgs for the little book, \The Road to Wellville \ \There's a Reason.\ Wee read IS. above lettert A sem sad esmewee frees time Is time. They mm oa.asa.. ftmvi_ mesa 511 ag awnsesa BELIEVED THAT ALL OR SIXTY- FOUR, REPORTED MISSING, PERISHED. RESCUERS AE IN PERIL Danger From Snowslides in the Ca. - cedes is Not Past and Warm Winds Are Working Havoc— Relief Party in Danger. Everett, Wash., March. S.—It is now almost certain that the death toll In the avalanche that carried away two Great Northern trains and seven steam and electric locomotives will to- tal eighty-four. Few believe that any of the sixty- seven listed as missing will be found alive for it Is now more than forty- eight hours since they were burled be- neath the tons of snow and ice and twisted wreckage that swept over the ledge of the high line and dropped in a twisted heap to the bottom of the -:anyon 200 feet below. Rescuers themselves are in a peril ous position or 4aager fr m the esthetes Is net ever. • rn de accompanied by frequent showers are working havoc with the loose snow which is eighteen feet deep on the level and frequently avalanches are teen shooting down the Steep eloped Rumors current last night that one of these avalanches has buried relief parties cannot be affirmed. No news of such a disaster has been received at Skykomish, the nearest telegraph office to the scene and the Great Northern division offices here have received no word of it. FLOODS IN NORTHWEST. Oregon and Washington Towns Are Threatened With High W•tisr. Vale, Ore., March 3 —This city is inundated and the Malhoun river is rising an Inch an a half an hour. The railroad bridge across the Malheun la threatened, and the county bridge twelve miles, west of here, has gone Spokane. March 3.—Almost unprece dented flood conditions are reported In the valleys and coulees of the in- land empire, especially on the eastern slope of the rescue..s end from he eastern tier of Washington counties into and including Montana. While the situation has impr. -ed in Cour d'Alene* there is yet danger of slides as the weather Is npw balm) and the streams are unable to carry off the enormous bodies of wrter caused by the sudden melting of the great quantities of snow. Elberton, In Whitman aunty. is In danger and the citizens are resorting to the use of dynamite. Along the line of the Washington Central railroad in Lincoln county, the railroad is washed out for milee and many bridges are gone. Wenatchee reports great volumes ot water but Is keeping the flood within safe bounds. What may be happening down the valley from there is only problematical, communications being Interrupted. Lewiston, Idato. Is cut off from rail communication. Walla Walla creek Is ban:. full, but the city is now out of danger. Dayton. Wash, is cut off by rail and Pomeroy has had no train for days. Report Unfaverable on Bill. Washington, March 3 — Declaring that the administration railroad bill would impair the efficiency of the ex- penditure. \wholly unnecessary,\ Sen- ators Cummins and Clapp today sub- mitted a minority report of the senate Interstate commerce committee. The report holds that thç creation of a court, the sole work of which would be to try railroad cases, would be fundamentally wrong and reminds the senate of \the tremendous Influ- ences which will inevitably surround the selection of the tribunal.\ In the last three and a half years, the minority report asserts, there have been just twenty-six cases in which such a court would have had Nils- liction. Ferty Per Cent Disregard Law, Chicago, March 3.—Returns from all sections of the country up to last mid- night show that not more than 60 per cent of the corporations doing busi- ness In the United States filed sched- ules with the internal revenue col- lectors in compliance with the publi- city clause of the new corporation tax law, according to The Record - Herald this morning. Of the sched- ules filed before midnight. more than 85 per cent were accompanied by • protest. Iowa is the only state in which complete returns were made, It being said that all of that state's 6.400 cor- porations had been heard from. 600 Slain in Battle. Bluefields, Nicaragua, March E. — News of the crushing defeat of Gen. Chamorro at Tirana on Februaev 22 leaked out here today and we-, offi- cially confirmed. Chamorres farce was wiped out and he barely escaped with a handful of followers. HI 1 lees in killed, wounded and capturel is given as 800. He estimates Ida op- ponents' loss as 1,000. Defeat was due to the diem; out of his cartridges, Favorably Reported, Washington, March 3.—The Dellin- ger mall pay bill to provide for the establishment of mail steamship lines between the Milted States and Sotth America, the Philippines, Japer), China and Australia was ordered fa- vorably reported bar to the sonata Driven From Homes, Cleveland. 0., March 3. -13N -eerie t4 the steady rise in the MuelcIngum river, at Zanesville, more than 200 ad- ditional families were forced to vacate their homes today. Four more inches of water will end local traffic on all the eight raliroade. Cattle Law Under Fire. Washington, March 5—How severe a punishment congress ham provided for punishing the railroads guilty of violating the so-called \twenty -eight - hour law\ for unlawful confinement of live stock in transportation was the tussle for a stubborn contest today be- fore the supreme court of the United States. Counsel for the government contend that the unit for fining rail- roads In the wants shipment, while the legal representatives of the Balti- more & Ohio Southwestern Ry Co, In- sist that the unit is the train, no mat - News of Montana BUTTE MAN SUES RANCHER. — --- Yinchinekey Says J. B. Callen Al- ienated Wife's Affections. Dillon.—Somewhat of a sensational damage suit was filed in the district court here In which Nick Thichinskey of Butte is plaintiff and J. B. Callen, a well-to-do rancher near Wisdom, in the Big Hole basin, is defendant. Tinchinskey, in his complaint, states that OD Sept. 15, 1909, Callen induced Mrs_ Tinchinakey to leave her home in Butte and go with him to his ranch in the Big Hole basin under promise of providing her work at a good sal- ary; that at the time his wife was Just recovering from an operation and was nervous and excitable and worry- ing over debts caused from the opera- tion, having pledged her diamonds, Worth $1,000, for money. Tinchinskey, says he did not again see his wife until a month later, when he went to see her at a hotel in Butte. There he found Callen and his wife occupying the same room. He de - mended an explanation and, was or- dered from the room. He says that Iris wife and Callen induced him to sign away rights to a piano and house- hold furniture, which, he believes, ^etas, •Asajort •.4e.444iaselerreasiw Callen induced his wife to again re- turn to the ranch with him by offering to pay for music lessons, give her horseback rides and other induce- mune*. The defendant says he has been in- formed and believes that Callen and his wife have had improper relations; that they had put up at hotels as man and wife, and that this state 9f affairs has existed for five months, all of which were against his consent and wish and that he has suffered great distress of body and mind as a result, damaging him in the sum of $10,000. The plaintiff prays for judg- ment against the defendant. Callen is pronounced to be well fixed financially and • man about 60 year of age. Joseph McCaffery and Joseph H. Griffin of Butte appear as attor. neys for the plaintiff. Addition to Virginia City School. Virginia City.—The board of trustees of the Virginia City school district has called a special electioa to be held March 12 for the purpose of voting to bond the district for $10,000 -0 build an addition to the school. louse. This move is made imperative as the present school building is en- tirely inadequate to accommodate the departments necessary in up-to-date graded high school. The faculty has been laboring under great disadvan- tage for several years and the time has arrived when something must, be done in order to keep the school In line with other institutions of the State. The present school building was ronstructed in 187,, and is a good building, but it is not large enough. It is proposed of the building, two stories in height, thereby affording sufficient room for other classrooms, laboratories, etc. It will cost in the neighborhood of $10,000 to do this and is is proposed, if the . propositien carries, as it doubtless will, to issue 10 $1,000 bonds, bearing Interest at 6 per cent, payable in 20 years and redeemable in 10 years. Railroad Project for Madison Valley, Virginia City.—There is a proba- bility that the Madison valley will materialize in the near future. A movement to that end has been started by P. A. Morrison of Mc- Allister, who is sending out to the farmers of the valley postal cards containing a number of questions as to the amount of tonnage each could furnish • -railroad In the event one is built. Mr. Morrison has for some time been in eommunIcation with eastern capitalists in regard to the construction of an electric road through the Madison valley and has received assurances that if the ton- nage Is assured. the capital to build the road will be forthcoming. The eompany behind the proposition is said to,,,,have ample capital, being capitalized at $10,000,000, and is look- ing for just such a proposition as the Madison valley affords. Evangelist Gets 600 Converts. Evangelist gets 600 ('onverts. Anaconda.—A series of revival meetings have been held in Anaconda during the past month was conducted by Evangelist Lowry and Chorus Director Moody under the auspices of the Methodist, Presbyterian, Baptist and Christian churches of the city, and the most intense religious fervor has been in existence. Prayer meet- ings were held at private homes in all parts of the city and the total number of converts is more than six hundred. Thirty Days for Theft. Dillon.—Albert Pfahl, who was charged with stealing a valuable watch. chain, charm and revolver from H. C. Wattle at the Lovell ranch a few days ago, was permitted to plead guilty to petit lorceny before Justice of the Peace Hirschman and was sentenced to 30 days in the coun- ty jail. Electric Show for College. Bozeman.—Preparations are going on at the Morteana Agricultural col- lege for the annual electric show. This show will consist of a display of most of the equipment used in the col- lege electric laboratories. The visi- tor will hive an opportunity of seeing a demonst ation of the X-ray and Medellin w ves, a complete wireless telegraphy o tat, the \speaking arc light,\ where the human voice is re- produced by the ordinary arc lamp; fragrant flowers grown by electricity. and other devices. ,Chief Wit Suicides. Tiffin, Ohio, March 4.—Walter Da- gen. who was expected to be the chief althea, for the state in the prosecution of former county commis- sioner indicted here recently for al- leged grafting, committed suicide to day. His death will seriously hamper the erottecution. Sixty Dead in Blast. Juneau, Alaska, March 4.—Sixty are dead end many injured or the result of a magazine extension in the In shaft of the Treadwell mine toda,y Twenty-three bodies have been re. ENDS AN OW= TOWN \Thx\\'\ \Athens of Missouri\ Disincot- , porated by Court Order, Edinburg Dies a Natural Death When Railroads Pass it By—Noted for Beauty and an Excel- lent College, Trenton, Mo. — Edinburg, knowi over the state before the war as the \Athena of Missouri,\ and for many Years the rival of Trenton as a tra- ding point and pollt141111 center, where many men, afterward prominent ra state affairs received their first col- legiate training, was disincorporated recently by an order of the county court. The order marks the last step It. the little town's retrogression since the Chicago, Rock Island & Quincy and Omaha & Kansas City railways passed the village by. The story of the settlement, growtt and decline , of the village of Edinburg Is full of interest. The town came into existence in 1838 when Isaac Je Harvey built a store there. Not so favorably situated as Trenton. the growth of the county seat until after 1860. At thg half -way mark of the century Grand River college was established in Edin. burg Then ramS an ere et prosperity. The - fame of the school grew, and in. squctors of the best were numbered in the faculty. The pretty little town was in itself an attraction to students, and the name of Edinburg became widely known Business boomed, the town took on a thriving air and the county seat feared for its own growth. Then came the war and progress stopped. The luster of the classic school became dim. After the war there was a revival of learning in Edinburg, and the prospect was fair again, until the Chicago, Rock island & Pacific railroad came through in 1871 and marked Trenton as the fu• tune city of the section. Business projects were killed in Ed !tabling, and the village lost ground, but the fame of the school still lived. Grand River College. Another railroad came through froa. Quincy and Edinburg's hopes quicken- ed that it would reach that place. When this failed, however, the doom of the village was sealed. Steadily since then the town hat lost in population and business. A few years ago the college itself was re moved to dalirtin in order to •secure railroad advantages. In December, 1909, the petition for disincorporation was presented to the court J. 0 Me weld was appointed trustee for the incorporation, to settle up its •ffaire and classic Edinburg is no gems. Quick Lunch In England, The Quick lunch has been tried in London, and has failed as an adver• tisement But many of us lunch quick- ly, and this writer went into the oy- ster shop for his half dozen, and felt his elbow pinched. He turned and saw a Blend who knew. \Three n* lives,\ he said, \and • glass of chablis.' \Is that all you have for lunch?\ was the immediate question. \That's only the beginning,\ he ei. plained, and as we stood elbow to el. bow at the oyster bar he expounded to me his method of the itinerary lunch. It takes him two hours at midday He begins with three oysters at the bar. Then he walks for half an hour with an objective of the place where kidneys on toast are at their best. Having disposed of these, he walks for another half an hour, and finds the place where stewed cheese can be relied on. By that time it is three o'clock and he walks home and be- gins work again, having had his exer- cise and his lunch and his digestive Interval. Alec he has seen a bit of London, which is useful to a delineator of life. The itinerary lunch may be recommended to a man of inquiring mind and sedentary habit—London Chronicle. Simple But Powerful Prescription for Rheumatism and Lame Back. This was previously published here and cured hundreds, \Get one ounce of syrup of Sarsaparilla compound and one ounce Torts Compound. Then get half a pint of good whiskey and put the other two ingredients into it. Use a tablespoonful of this mixture before each meal and at bed time. Shake the bottle each time.\ Good effects are felt, the first day. Any druggist has these ingredients on hand or will quickly get them from his wholesale house. CONVINCING PROOF OF THE VIRTUE OF Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound What is the use of procmsjinating in the face of such evidence as the following letters represent? If you are a sick woman or know one who is, what sensible reason have you for not giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound a trial? For 30 years we have been publishing such testimonial letters as these—thousands of them --they are genuine and honest, too, every one of them. Mrs. S. J. Barber says: Mrs. George May says t \Itliink Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- table Conipound is the best medi- • elite in the world for women—and 1 feel it my duty to let others know the good it has done for me. Three years ago I had a tumor which the doctor said would have to be removed , by an operation or I could not live more than a year, or two, at most. I wrote Mrs. Pink - ham, at Lynn, Mass., for advice, and took 14 bottles of Lydia E. Pink - ham's Vegetable Compound, and to - \0 well, beauty pair u k ow.\ day the tumor IS gone and--I-am• a \Yes; at pity you di hope Mg:. tostimailal will boot bailee t to oth- its Way, Isn't it?\ • gra\ —Mm. S. J. BAUDER, Scott. Avoid the Cheap and \Big Can\ 1011- Y. king Powders. Mrs. E. F. Mara sayst — The • Kee baking pow era are ut one \I was under the A Peculiar Accident. A curious and serious accident oo curred at Liverpool, England, In con. nection with work in the graving dock on the Cunard liner Mauretania. A gang of men were engaged in bringing to the quay -side a steel plate of the vessel's hull. Just as the operation was In progress the tidal chain snapped. This set all the ropes at- taching the ships to the quay In a state of dangerous commotion. Five of the laborers on the quay were knocked down. One, named Wilson, was struck by a rope with such force that he turned a somersault, and, fall- ing on Ms head, was picked up dead. The other four men were removed to a liitspitaL Feminine Dressing of the Hair. The poet Ovid did not think it be- neath him to study the art of hair dressing as an aid to feminine beauty, and his advice on the subject, given in elegant verse, Is excellent. \Never let your heir be in disorder,\ he writes. \-Nothing pleases us so much as neatness,\ and yet, he admit., \there are many women whom hair apparently in disorder suits; It might not have been dressed since yester. day; It has been arranged this very minute. Such was the beautiful disor- der of Vole when Hercules saw her for the first time In a town taken by assault that he cried 'I love her.'\ Appropriate. \Jobbins Is so foolish over that pet dog of .his. He told me he was going IS Bare a tree for it.\ amp I hope he asisstsd a tree Nsa..mme..... FRIENDS. recommendation: they certainly Jive the doctor's treat purchaser plenty of powder for his mon- ment for a fibroid ('3'hut it's not all baking powder; the bulk tumor. I suffered is made up of cheap materials that have WWI pain, sore. no leavening power. These powdera me so itess, bloating, eerelemly made from infer* materialii and could not that they will not make light, wholeetime tiers have a very small percentage of heti-- food. Further, theee cheap baking pow- walk or stand o my feet any Oil ening gas; therefore it take. from leo to length of time. 1 three timee an nitwit of melt powder to wrote to Mrs. he cake or biscuit as it does of Cake Pinkham for act. tilt Raking Powder. Therefore, in the vice, followed her long run, the aetual post to the consumer directions and iif the cheap posilera ia more than i let would be. Cheap baking powders took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable 1:•sve the bread isometimes bleached and Compound. -To-day I am a well acid, sometimes yellow• and alkaline, and woman, the tumor was expelled alul always unpalatable. They are never of my whole system strengthened. I uniferiti Ntrength and quality. advise all women who are afilicted Why not buy a perfectly wholtvome ha- with tumors or female troubles to king powiler hke Calumet, that is at the try Lydia E. Pinklaten's Vegetable winie time ,moderate in prier and one Compound.\ — Mrs. E. V. 11 which can be relied upon? Calumet ia •I. MO Washington ht., Boston, Mass. waja the same. keepa indefinitely and giver the cook the least trouble. Traveling Man Got Even. A traveling man called on the man- ager of a large New York concern the other day and sent his card in be the boy at the outside gate. The boy sauntered back lazily and told the traveling man that the manager wouldn't see him. \Well you go and ask him for the card I sent in,\ maid the caller. In a few uffutites the boy.returned from his second trip. \Say remarked the boy, \the boss told me to tell you that he tore up that card, but he sent a nickel to you to pay for it.\ The traveling man, was deeply in- sulted, but he decided to get back as best he could. He opened his card case and drew out another card, hand lug It to the boy. \Give this to your boss,\ he said, \and tell him that I'll keep the money. obliged,\ The li cards are two for flee. Much The manager rushed out of the gate to find the traveling man, but he was too late. The man had left. Why She Needed More Nights Off. Having recently engaged an 18 -year - old colored girl to do housework a New York woman was adjusting the vari- ous questions of privileges \You will have Monday and Thurs- day nights off, Eliza.\ the mistress of the house said. \On'y Monday 'n' Thursday nights!\ the other exclaimed, rolling her eyes. \My Lewd, Ms' Blank, dat won't do nohow; dat ain't enough. You see, ma'am, l's a debbytante.\ • Entitled to It. \How are things lookin' over to Din- gledell?\ \They've been lookin' purty squeam- ish for a spell. Th' creek got so blame high it overflowed peasley's dam, an' there's two foot o' water in Widder Brown's cellar.\ \Well well, I s'pose you folks over there will be BO stuck up pretty goon that you'll be callite yourselves th' Parisians of Ameriky.\ \Pink Rye. is Epidemic. Attacks the Eyes in the Springtime. Is Contagious and Calls for Immediate Ac- tion. Morin.. Eye Remedy Affords Hell - able Relief. It Soothes. Apply Moline Freely ad Frequently. Doesn't Smart. No Deposits. \Do you think there's money In hens?\ \Well if there is tirey keep It well secured.\—Exchange. It's No Wonder. Aurora.—Why are commuters al- ways so thin? • Borealis —Probably because they train down ”very day.—Yale Record At the age of 18 a gin is afraid of two things—being an old maid and not going to heaven. PERRY DAVIS. PAINKILLER Mean en•iable reputation of over neventy gestating tellable remedy fur latenago, sciatica, plating Stitches. etc.. tle and We. *salt animist& There are any number of women violinists, but did you ever - meet a woman who could play the fiddle? Mrs. Winslow'. knotblag Syrup. fur children teething softens the gums. reduces la- Ismination,elleys paln.cures Zen bottle. Every night watchman is entitled to ; tits day Da No one knows what I have cat- ered from fe- male troubles, euralgia pains, backache. y doctor said e could not give e anything to ure it, Through he advice of a tend 1 began o use Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- table Compound, and the pain soon disappeared. 1 continued its use and am now in perfect health. Lydia E. Pink hanfs Vegetable Com- pound has been a God -send to me as 1 believe I should have been in my ve if it had notheen for Mrs. ada4st .r1 - 41:1Ma-.8.• rinklianes Vegetable CoMpound.\ — Mrs. Ci.ttittic MAY, 86 4th Ave., Paterson, N. J. -- Mrs. W. K. Uonstla)1 — \1 have been completely cured of a severe fe- male trouble by Lydia B. Pink - barn's Vegetable Compound, and want to recom- mend it to all suf- fering women.\ —Mrs. W. K. Rouen, East,. view Ave., Cin cinnati,.0hio. Because your case is a difficult one, doctors having done you no good, do not continue to suffer a I th- out giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- etable Compound trial. It surely has cured many cases of female ille, - Iliteltaaintlommatiottuloeratios,dis- placements, fibroid tumors, irregu- larities, periodic pains, baokache,eto. For 30 years Lydia F. Pink ham's Velretable Compound has been the standard remedy for female ills. No sick woman 40491 Justice to herself who will not try this famous medicine. Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and has thousands of cures to Its credit. lir Mrs. Pinkham Invites all sick women to write her for advice. She lies dui ed thousands to health free of charge. Address Mrs. Plnkhatu, Lynn, Mass. \I PINK EYE anfinnita CATARRHAL FEVER AND ALL NOSE AND THROAT DISLASU Cures the •Iek and sets aa a preventive for other.. Liquid given ea the tuns u e. Hale for brood mare. and all others. Beat kidney reined, ;10 cents Si ou a bottle . 15.151 and $10 (10 the dusen. likild by all druggtela and horoe gouda house*, or sent azimut* pinkl, by the manufacturer*. SPOHN MEDICAL CO.. Cheadats. GOSHEN, INDIANA x - VA ti 615' SpEAP li r :Cr' riet ust the Same! No Difference, 1 luck leaves rom t bush.Chew them Wrikleyl uY _ SPEA PM/MT Chew It. Exactly the same flavorNo Differenc FINE FOR DIGESTION! ..• paw v• tit 5/TAP/WAIT A A ALABASTINE MARK A Woman's Home should be her pride. Your home should reflect your own individuality. You cannot have special wall papers de- stined by you for each room—you can carry out a special Alabestine decora- tive scheme for those rooms—you can be a leader in your community and have your home the talk of your friends. Alabastine The Stylish Wall Tint S CM materiel that will accempash thia result We ran show innumerable Cohn' effects, classic stencil designs. and Our Art Department lest your service. Send for No Alabutino book explaining whet we de hwy... .ad bow wo furninh hoe stencils whore Alai...time Is awl. Alen/tine is • powder made from Alabaster. ready fat nee by mixing with c.iiit water, and Is &upped with sa et. dietary wall brush. Kull direction. on each packing. Alabastine Company Maw y.o. City, N.Y. Greed RAPidS, Mich. 11111...PACKAOL aseesig. menu\ The Tenderfoot Farmer It will one of these experimental farmers, who put green spectacles on his cow end led her shavings. His theory was that it didn't matter what the cow ate so long as sho was fed. The questions of digestion and nourishment had not entered into his calculations. It's only • \tenderfoot\ farmer that would try such an experiment with • cow. But many • farmer feeds him- self regardless of digestion and nutrition. He might almost as well eat shay- hes for nil the good he gets out of his food. The result is that the stomach grows \weak\ the motion of the organs of digestion and nutrition are impaired and the man suffers the miseries of dyspepsia and the agonies of nervousness. To strengthen the stomach. restore the activity of the or. gene of digestion and nutrition and brace op the nerves, use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It is an um failing remedy, mend has the confidence of physicians as well,, the praise of thousands healed by its ase. In the strictest sense \Golden Medical Discovery\ is • temperance medi- cine. It contains neither intoxicants nor narcotics, sad is as free from eicohol as from opium, cocaine and other dangerous drugs. All ingredients printed on its outside wrapper. Don't let • dealer dolmaa vs. lee Lie nem amar Timm I. merfiebse of this paper (h - Reader s siring to buy ellion &deer - Used ia its columns should inn* upon havtni what they aak foe. refining all sabstirtihm of imitations. SOUR STOMACH \I used Cascarets and feel like • new man. I have been a sufferer from dys- pepsia and sour stomach for the last two years. I have been taking medicine and other drugs, but could find no relief only for a short time. I will recommend Cascarets to my friends as the only thing for indigestion and sour stomach and to keep the bowels in good condition. They are very nice to eat.\ Harry Stuckley, Mauch Chunk, Pa. Pleasant, Palatable. Potent, Taste Good„ Ito Good. Never Sicken. Weaken or Gripe. MN 10e, Be.Mc. Never said in bulk. The ides tablet stamped C C C. tiresesed to Iwo or scar DA Ma-

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