Thousands of American women
in our homes are daily sacrificing
their lives to duty.
In order to keen the home neat
and pretty, the children well dressed
and tidy, women overdo. A female
weakness or displacement is often
brought on and they suffer in silence,
drifting along from bad to worse,
knowing Avell that they ought to
have help to overcome the pains and
aches which daily make life a burden.
It is to these faithful women that
comes as a boon and a blessing,
as it did to Mrs. F. Ellsworth, or
Mayville, N. Y., and to Mrs. W. P.
Boyd, of Beaver Falls, Pa., who say:
“I was not able to do my own work,
owing to the female trouble from which
I suffered. Lydia E. Piukham’s Vege
table Compound helped me wonderfully,
and I am so well that I can do as big a
day’s work as I ever did. I wish every
sick woman would try it.
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lydia E. Pink
ham’s Vegetable Compound, made
from roots and herbs, has been the
standard remedy for female ills,
and has positively cured thousands oi
women who have Ireen troubled with
displacements, inflammation, ulcera
tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities,
Eiriodic pains, backache, that bear
g-down feeling, flatulency, indiges
tion,dizziness,or nervous prostration.
Why don’t you try it ?
Mrs. Plnkhum invites all sick
women to writ© her for advice.
She lias guided thousands to
health. Address, Lynn, Mass.
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Plain Talks on Fertilizers
How to Get the Greatest Possible Yield per Acre
It is a well-known
scientific fact that in
order to produce the
very greatest possible
yield from any soil it
must contain an actual
excess over and above
all demands that can
possibly be made on it
by the plants.
Many farmers will feed their
stock as much nourishing food
as they can possibly assimi
late, yet will starve their crops
on the mistaken notion that
they are “economizing” on fer
tilizer. The experiences of
farmers, government experts,
the fact that
plants, like ani
mals, need the
amount of nour
| they can obtain
if they are to be
developed to the utmost.
The economy in fertilizers
is not in the amount used but
in the ratio of quality to cost.
are the best in the
world for the least
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Asked by a “Dally Mall" represen
tative if fatal nicotine poisoning
could follow excessive cigar smoking,
a medical man said:
"There Is only a most minute quan
tity of nicotine In tobacco smoke.
To get the poison from tobacco the
leave* must be soaked in some liquid.
In solution it Is a most deadly poison,
and has been known to kill in three
minutes. Men who smoke much ab
sorb a little through the mouth, but
easily acquire a tolerance to the poi
son and suffer no marked evil results.
“Fatal cases of nicotine poisoning
from smoking are ahaost unknown.
“A sailor died some years ago of
nicotine poisoning foUovrtag the acci
dental swallowing of hie pVug of to
bacco. In anether fatal easo a moth
er gave her ehlld a solution of tobac
co juice as a remedy for some In
teetlnal complaint.”—^London Daily
UNCLE SAM’S WAT.
Englishman (on Atlantic liner):
“Well, old chap, we’ll soon be en
gaged with those blarsted Yankee
American: “You bet! And re
member, old man, that the United
States expects every man to pay his
THE COOK’S CONSIDERATION.
Mrs. Wiggß: “Cook has broken
only one dish today, dear.”
Mr. Wlggs: “That’s better. How
did it happen?”
Mrs. Wlggs: “It was the last one.”
CUTICURA CURED FOUR.
Southern Woman Suffered With Itch
ing, Burning Hash—Three Little
Babies Had Skin Troubles-—Calls
Cuttcura Her Old Stand-by.
“My baby had a running sore on his
neck and nothing that I did for it took
effect until I used Cuticura. My face was
nearly full of tetter or some similar skin
disease. It would itch and bum so that I
could hardly stand it. Two cakes of Cuti
cura Soap and a box of Cuticura Ointment
cured me. Two years after it broke out on
my hands and wrist. Sometimes I would
go nearly crazy for it itched so badly. I
went back to my old stand-by, that had
never failed me—one set of Cuticura Rem
edies did the work. One set also cured
my uncle's baby, whose head was a cake of
sores, and another baby who was in tbs
same fix. Mrs. Lillie Wilcher, 770 Elev
enth St., Chattanooga, Tenn., Feb. 16, '07.”
Probably nothing makes a girl so
angry as the failure of some other
girl to notice the new engagement ring.
sold to Southern farm
ers last year; and every
year the demand be
The best results in
producing com, the
good old stand-by crop
of the South, follow the
application of 200 to
300 pounds of the right
Fertilizers will greatly “in
crease your yields per acre’*
of corn or any other crop, even
on poor land —and the most
wonderful results are produced
through its use on good land.
Write today to the nearest
office of the Vir-
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pany for a copy
tion for planters and farmers.
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acts geotly yet prompt
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Write at once and learn why we secure best
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The mines of the world employ 5-
000,000 persons, and more than one
tblrd of them are in the British Em
Itch cured in 30 minutes by Woolford’s
Sanitary Lotion. Never fails. At druggists.
Heads of sensible women are never
thatched with dyes tresses.
THIS MAN’S BACK
ACHED FOR TWO YEARS.
Cured by Minard’s Liniment after all
else had failed —we want you
to send a postal for a
Minard’s Liniment Mfg. Cos., Dear Sirs:—
I write you these few lines to let you know
that I thank you for your sample of Min
ard’s Liniment sent me about a week and a
half ago. I want to tell you that I have
had the back ache nearly two years, and
could not get anything to cure it until I
looked in the paper and found your adver
tisement. 1 had spent a good deal of
money and did not get any satisfaction
out of it. Now 1 will tell my friends and
neighbors about your great remedy fof all
aches and pains, for I am feeling O. K.
now. You can publish my name anywhere
you like and I will recommend Minard’s
Liniment. Yours very truly, Joseph Perry,
33 Ingraham St., E. Providence, R. 1.,
Jan. 7, 1908.
The above letter is one of many telling of
wonderful cures by Minard’s Liniment, and
we again offer to send a special bottle Free
to all who send a postal to Minard’s Lini
ment Mfg. Cos., So Framingham, Mass.
Man grumbles most where he is
treated best —at home.
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When troubles start they come like
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It is easy for a man to have the
courage of his convictions if his bank
balance is large enough.
Only One “Bromo Quinine” ~
That is Laxative Bromo Quinine. Look
for the signature of E. W. Grove. Used the
World over to Cure a Cold in One Day. 250.
A woman would rather break a $5
bill than a 10-cent dish.
LICE IN POULTRY.
Borax Spray a Safe Preventive
Simple, Cheap, Harmless
“20 Mule Team” Borax was a good
thing to rid poultry of lice. I had
used so much inflammable Lice killers
that my Poultry Houses were regular
fire traps. I gave my S. C. W. Leg
horn house a good spraying just two
months ago. Since 1 have caught
several hens and I found no lice. I
am rid of lice and shall continue to
use “20 Mule Team” Be-?:: as a
spray, also as a wash.
(Signed) MRS. B. R. BUFFHAM,
Ros well. New Mexico.
ACCOUNTING FOR IT.
“I understand that old Titewad
gave you a cigar yesterday?”
“I wonder how he came to do that?”
“I guess he must have known what
kind of cigar it was.” —Houston Post.
There is more Catarrh in this section of
the country than all other diseases put to
gether, ana until the last few years was sup
posed to be incurable. For a great many
years doctors pronounced it a local disease
and prescribed local remedies, and by con
stantly failing to cure with local treatment,
pronounced it incurable. Science has proven
Catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and
therefore requires constitutional treatment.
Hall’s Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & (Jo., Toledo, Ohio, is the only con
stitutional cure on the market. It is taken in
ternally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoon
ful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. They offer one hun
dred dollars for any cased fails to cure. Send
for circularsand testimonials. Address F. J.
Cheney &. Cos., Toledo, Ohio.
Bold by Druggists, 75e.
Take Hall’s Family Pills for constipation.
The Original Lemon.
If they haven’t the original “lem
on” up in the Metropolitan Museum
of Art, they come pretty near achiev
ing that distinction. In one of the
cases containing the Edward C.
Moore collection of Oriental art ob
jects there l; is a group of pieces of
Venetian glassware consisting of
cups and vases of various kinds and
On the lower shelf of this case there
is a large-sized and perfectly shaped
representation of a lemon In bright
lemon-colored glass that must repre
sent some artisan’s idea of a joke, for
it has nothing to do with the ordi
nary sort of pieces those glass-blow
ing shops turned out at that time.
As it dates from the sixteenth cen
tury, it certainly antedates any lem
on known to the present day. It
never will be handed out to any one,
however. —New York Press.
Paper making in Japan has been
very active for the last year or go.
New companies have been formed,
and old ones enlarged. Most Jap
anese mills use steam for motive pow
er, and' nearly all the machinery used
is of American make.
The most extravagant of monarchs
In the matter of sea palaces is not,
as one might suppose, the German
Emperor, but the Czar of Russia, who
owns no fewer than five steam yachts.
CUBS’ FOOD "
They Thrive On Grape-Nuts.
•*■-■*=** - _
Healthy babies don’t cry, and th©
well-nourished baby that is fed on
Grape-Nuts is never a crying baby.
Many babies who cannot take any
other food relish the perfect food,
Grape-Nuts, and get well.
“My little baby was given up by
three doctors, who said that the con
densed milk on which I had fed her
had ruined the child's stomach. One
of the doctors told me that the only
thing to do would be to try Grape-
Nuts, so I got some and prepared it
as follows: I soaked 1% tablespoon
fuls in one pint of cold water for half
an hour, then I strained off the 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
“In this simple, easy way I saved
baby’s life and have built her up to a
strong, healthy child, rosy and laugh
ing. The food must certainly be per
fect 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 we have discovered in our
Grape-Nuts is equally valuable to
the strong, healthy man or woman.
It stands for the true theory of
health. “There’s a Reason.” Read
“The Road to Wellville,” in pkgs.
CLUBS USED ON
ARMY OF IDLE
Po! ce and “Unemployed” Paraders
Have Clash in Chicago*
BROKEN HEADS RESULT
Crowd Was Only Routed When Leader
Was Knocked Down and Placed
An attempt of the socialists to bring
about a “march of the unemployed’*
through the down-town streets of Chi
cago Thursday, resulted In two sharp
fights with the police, in which the
would-be marchers were routed after a
number of men had been clubbed. Dr.
Benjamin L. Reitman, the originator
of the plan to march through the
streets, and two of his followers were
For several days Reitman, who is a
socialist, had been making announce
ments of his intention to hold a pa
rade of “hoboes” and “unemployed,”
despite the warning given him by
Chief of Police Shipp that no march
through the streets would be permit
ted. Reitman, however, continued to
defy the authorities and Wednesday
night thousands of circulars were dis
tributed through the downtown saloons
aad lodging house district calling on
all the men out of work to assemble
at 2 o’clock Thursday afternoon on
the lake front. The chief of police
early in the day reiterated his state
ment that the march would not be
permitted and directed that all the
police force be held in reserve at the
At a few minutes before 2 o’clock a
crowd commenced to gather on Michi
gan avenue in front of the Art Insti
tute and in a few minutes a column
w’hich was really a series of bunches
of four and five, and, headed by Reit
man, they started west on Adams
street. The marchers proper did not
number more than 200 at any time,
but many hundreds of people followed
them along the sidewalks and added
to the confusion.
After marching a block west on
Adams street, Rsltman countermarch
ed to Michigan avenue, passed north
to Madison street and then marched
west two squares on Madison street.
Here he encountered a strong squad
of police, who, after a command to
disband had been disregarded, ordered
his men to charge the marchers. The
police came on a run and the column
was instantly broken up. Several men
were knocked down and the police, not
attempting to make arrests, used their
clubs freely in quickening the foot
steps of the fleeing “unemployed.”
Followed closely by the officers, the
marchers darted into the crowd of
shoppers along State street and seve
ral women were pushed to the side
walk during the confusion. No ar
rests were made and nobody was se
riously injured, although the police
dealt vigorous thumps with their clubs
on the backs of the marchers.
A number of the marchers, after get
ting away from the police, went south
on State street, aiming to form an
other column as they went. At State
street and Jackson boulevard they had
formed the semblance of another pa,*
rade and, taking the middle of the
street, they marched along, six abreast.
Just before reaching Clark street they
were met by another detachment of
police. Another order to disperse met
with no response, the marchers at
tempting to shoulder their way along.
The police instantly charged, swing
ing their clubs right and left.
The marchers fled wildly, some run
ning in the doorway of the Union
League Club, while others sought safe
ty in the postoffica building. Others
turned south into Clark street, but
were quickly captured and placed un
BANK REFUSES TO PAY INTEREST-
State National at New Orleans is Due
louisiana Sum of SIO,OOO.
Governor Blanchard of Louisiana an
nounced Friday night that the Stats
National bank of New Orleans has re
fused to pay the state interest due on
state money deposited with the bank
during 1907. The amount due is a
little over SIO,OOO.
The bank’s refusal was based on the
recent withdrawal of the state fund3
amounting to about $200,000 after di
rectors of the bank had recommended
that it go out of business.