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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 May 1904

THE MESSAGE Tublished Every Thursday. Jorin Beiil, Editor nud I'ropr it-tor. F.tltrn-r nt the I'uMnfilrn at Mi'llcn Mo., n. i!,on1-cliis maticr. THURSDAY. MAY 10, 1904 Hon. O. II. Avery was noniin nti-d for tlie State Senate for the Eleventh District at Troy htst Moudav. The initiative and referendum would knock out hoodling and the lobby in the legislature. Study up the question and see if tliat is not your conclusion. Several boys were airosttd in Mexico last week for robbing lock boxes at the postofllee. Boys, yoii have played into the hands of I licit- Srmi and it niav co hard with A gill's hug in New York broke a young man's rib and the heart less fellow, nnnpprcciativt! of for tune's smiles, has sued the girl for d:iinnccs. What do you think of himJ Will Hughe-:, sun of the late Judge E. M. Hughes failed to get the nomination as Representative in Montgomery county. It was a close vote, but a mighty good man lost out. Champ Clark's vote for Con gress in the late primaries shows...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 May 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1904 j"? HiDDCKirn nun uinntmiir H urn i ntu nnri Lltinu. M Robert Painter, neur Rush Hill, is recovering from a Revere nttnck of mumps. Wm. McKinney, County Sur veyor, has been appointed deputy city engineer. Rev. R. D. Chinn, of Vaudnlia, preached at Sun Rise church, last Sunday, where he is pastor. James Emmons sold a yearling colt last weck.Joe Folk, to a Paris, Monroe county, man for $100. Wm. Steffens, the hardware mau, who has beeu quite lame for , some time with eczema, lately is much better. Charles Mitchell, colored, is ly ing in the Audrain county jail for 100 days on the charge of stealing a pair of trousers. ' County Clerk E. H. Carter, as delegate from Audrain, is attend ing the Good Roads convention in St. Louis this week. J. E. Rosser, late of Rush Hill, near where he was raised, changes his address from Kansas City to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Mexico is likely to have another large lumber yard. It will be loc ated at one of two sites, ne...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 May 1904

tlcxica Missouri Message 1 JOAN BEAU Publisher. "tEXICO MISSOURI d -! 1 Ton can't tell by the look of a houn bow far it can make a woman Jump. The world could better have lost a fleet of Petropavlovsks than one Ve reitchagin. A Chicago girl Is the lateat Ameri can heiress to capture a Frenchman villi a title. Great feat! A "Parsifal" company got stranded In Huffalo the other day. l.lfo Is not wholly devoid of joya for Frau Wag ner. A recent duel In Gay Paree lasted two hours and fifteen minutes. Peo ple ought not to get as gay a all that There in only one hat that ap proaches that worn In Korea in grace, and that is the plug bat of tbo Cau casians. A Cleveland baby was crushed to death by a whisky keg the other day. It Isn't the first case of the kind on record. The hero of a new novel Is worth $100,000,000. It wouldn't be saro to bet that the author is worth more than $399.98. Nordlca's divorced husband wants to get ber back. Evidently he wasn't wise enough to save anything out of ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 May 1904

COURT REFUSES TO OUST TERMINAL RAILWAY Judge Gantt Distent and Is Upheld by Two Justices. Jefferson City. Mo.: A majority of the members of the Supreme Court In banc Wednesday derided. In an opinion written by Judge Leroy B. Valllant. and concurred in by Judges Brace, Burgess and Fox, that the so called bridge arbitrary of St. Louis does not exist contrary to the laws t)f the State, if such arbitrary exists at all. The court sustained the demurrer .of the St. Louis Terminal Association, and denied the ouster aBked for by Attorney General Crow In the pro ceedings instituted last year. The Attorney General contended that the Merchants Bridge Terminal Company and the Terminal Railway Association of St. Louis could not under tho laws of the State, be owned anj operated by the same persons, because such consolidation would be in violence to the State statute which holds that no two parallel and compet ing lines of railway can be com bined under one management. It order to test the law as...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 May 1904

I V THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, MAY 10 1W Tirni of Sithm riiii imi : One r Six Month Thrco Month Fun and Humor. Ask only the well about health. t3.ii- Hatred always ivImjuikIs li:irl r than it is thrown. Mother: "Iiobbif, lio'.v many sisters has your new Fi.-InollV'llnw!" i Iiol;1)it' : "He has oik-, miiinma. lie tried to f4nfT me up ly hi;,' I- liuil two liiilf-si.-li-, s 1'i't 1"' i'hm s-j n't know 1 study 1Y -li'.ns." ; i "Here's a party ri.iiii-oii! '" -j claimed tho old map. . "Wh it i-1 it?" "TliU here I -v.it !Vfn:i Hi!!. Says I must dress up t. ' him , graduate, flu' imi!-::t think '1 com in' without a n !!ar on my-rlt an' the ninli'i "A dog has six iVt-t." v.iorej Tommy TaddcU on 0i i!.n-ki.'.-.rd . by way nf beginum;: a .mir-ci-i-tion. "Tommy, how u i im lualv j that out?" asked i.i- Uaelit-r. i "Why, ma'm, r-pliid Tuinny. "lie has forefeet in !:o:.i ai.d Hvo j behind." j "I'm quite put .-aid j lamp. "It's all o'i".- wit I, 1 ohst-rved the lid. 'Tin - y mneh ' f'tlt tip," olK'-r...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 May 1904

HTM TriS' Mexico Missouri "Message. VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1904. NUMBER 30 y HAPPENED and SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY "VI v Passing trucks are being put in the C. & A. railrond nt Ceutrulin. J. P. Ellington, north of Mex ico, fields his name to the Message subscription list. Mrs. James Mclntyre.near Row- mi, is reported very ill with con sumption. Owen Walker of Rowena is in Colorado for the benefit of his health. The Chicago & Alton railroad is to have six new passenger trains thru Mexico after Jnue 5th. Mrs. S. R. Grant has returned to Mexico from Wilson, N. C, where she has been teaching. Hardin College Art Levee last week was one of the best exhibits ever given by this school. John Hill is pasturing a drove of Western goats on his farm south of Mexico. Rev. II. E. Truex of Mexico preached the baccalaureate sermon for Pike College at Bowling Green last Sunday. JohnW. Beatty, Mexico's ex postmaster, also ex-County Asses sor, is recovering f...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 May 1904

Uexico Missouri Message 1 -r JOAN BEAL. Publisher. "CEXICO MISSOURI st ' . . . There ar some people who think the dentist, not tho politician, baa the biggest pull. The latest nci from the grafted nope la that it haa taken root and Sa telling ready to blossom. One reason that trusts are often dissolved la that too much water ia frequently used in their composition. "A aneer never yet answered an argument." aaya the Hartford Tlmea. And It'i foolish to try to argue against a aneer. Dr. Pearsons, the Chicago phllan throplat, endowed three eollegea In commemoration of hla birthday. Loog lift to him! When Mme. Pattl gives tip $40,000 once In ber grip ahe surely Intends to make another "farewell tour" in order to recover It. Half a million talklnR-machlne rec orda were destroyed in a Camden, N. J., fire the other day without utter ing a word of protest- There ta something In the finger nail diagnosis. If yon have aches all over you, and your nails ore thin and brittle, you have rheumatism...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 May 1904

JAPS SURPRISE ENEMY ' AND LAND AT KAICH0U Russians Make No Resistance to Kurokl's Advance. MINES AND COLLISION COST JAPANESE TWO WARSHIPS CHINESE BANDITS ATTACK RUSSIAN MINES GILLESPIE KEEPS OUT DAMAGING EVIDENCE THE NEWS RESUME Being Condensed 8tory of th Nswts of the Week. -National Good Roads Convention Dis cusses Financial Slds of Question. Civil Officials Barely Escape Alive From Troops at Port Adams. Prisoner Ordered to Treat Officers Better or Be Shackled. HOW TO PAY FOR HIGHWAY BUILDING St. Louis: Senator A. C. Latimer of South Carolina opened Wednesday's .program at the Good Roads Conven tion In Music Hall with an address oh "National Aid." He was followed by Hon. Wlnthop E. Scarritt, presl dent of the Automobile Club of Ameri ca, who spoke on "Roads, Automobiles nd Civilization." Other addresses on Wednesday's .program were "Roadbullding in Cuba," by Hon. Manuel Dlonlsto Diaz of the Deparment of Public Works, Havana; "'Roads and Rural Delivery," by Frank E. Nevlns of the U...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 May 1904

THE MESSAGE rubliit'(l Kvtry TIhumIiiv. Joku Ileal, Kditor nnl I'rojiriHor. Knlcred at the l'ostollire at Mexico Mo., lis tici oiiil-i lass tnnttiT. TI1UKSDAY. MAY 20, 1'JOI J.W. Folk now lias .'ifi'.l instruct ed titivates. 'l more tlmn tiiouj;li to uomiiintc. Old Man Alexander .tester would lietter ftny in liis tent down in In dian Territory, l'uldie funds for I -n 1 I i p'"' joses only. Tlie lioudler nnd the grafter doesn't rare whether it is n puldie fund, or a eorporation fund, or a private fund, or what not, j ti -1 so Ik- run "Mud it." The (iood h'onds Convent ion iu .St. Louis last week adopted j two resolutions that the Mkai;i: lias favoi'ed lor ears. One was for nation. il aid l'r road liiiiMmj,' and the other favors working pris oners on the roads. Tin' Demo cratic and Ii piihli'-au parlies are to lie li ('o sti d to sn jj'i i! t. the movement lor 1 -1 1 -f highways when the national eonvi ntions are held. The Illinois Kepulilieaii Slate convention, after Imllutiii"; roun...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 May 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY,' MAY 2G. 1904 g HAPPENED AND' HAPPENIHG. Q Mrs.' Joseph Ltiekie is reported very ill. ' W. T. Drwson linn moved to Jonesburg. Mac Gamble, near Mexico, ia very ill with measles. Hev. J. S. Jesse, sick with bunele, is Retting well. car- There was a reunion of the T.A. Mclntyre family south of Mexico last Sunday. Frank Buff urn of Louisiana helped the boys with the Elk goat here Monday. Last Sunday night lightning killed a mule for Rudolph Fritch, north of Mexico. Mrs. E. A. Ellis of Mexico will spend the snmmer with her son, John Y. McLean, of Centralia. Mrs. Mollie E. Barrick, of St' Louis, formerly of near Rush Hill, is a new reader of the Message. Centralia is to have a big 4th of July celebration. Over $300 has already been raised to bear the ex pense.. Fred Hathaway was arrested TneBday on th e charge of shooting off explosives on Hardin College campas. Mrs. Josie Shiun aud family have moved to Vandalia from Lad don ia. They order the Message to follow them....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 May 1904

John BURTllaaas" Aatfcar -Thm KHpiS MIUtemlrM," "Coli.il Maara DKtrtiM," Cu. VrTwr.irr. igot, bt All HchU Oommirr, IV st nmonKm. DrAM tDKI mwrrfsl A. J. DlHIL Biddli ' i CHAPTER SEVEN Continued. "Yes, he has. and she's a beauty," be replied, with the air of one giving as expert opinion. "Well, you keep away from her!" aid the old man gruffly. "Lot her alone. 8hoH never have a dollar. Car den'a ruined right now. but he doesn't ,know it. I do. What about this daughter?" be demanded, pausing In .front of Arthur. "la she stopping round here!" "8bo is spending the summer at Bishop's a farmhouse about five miles from here," replied the son. "Say. governor, you mitHt write to Carden and say you've learned that hia daughter is here, and that you and your family will be delighted to moot her socially, and will try to mnkn her stay In the country agreeable." "I'll do nothing of the kind," roared Randolph Morris. He stormed and ifumed for a while, and then wrote ;the letter, as his son knew he...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 May 1904

"I Hairs Every Reascn to Praho Pe-ru-na." WRITES MRS. KANE, OF CHICAGO. Mrs. K. Kane, 172 Kebor Street, Chicago, 111., writes: "Peruna bat been used to long la oar family that I do not know how I could gat along without It. I have glvem It to mil of my children at different timet when they Buffered with croup, colds and tba many mil mentt that children are subject to, and am pleated to nay that It bat kept them In splendid health. I have alto uted It tor m catarrhal difficulty of long atandlng and It cured me In a. thort time, to I have every reason to praise I'eruoa. " Mrs. K. Kane. Pe-ru-na Protects the Entire House9 hold Against Catarrhal Diseases. One of the greatest foes with which every family has to contend is our changeable climate. To protect the family from colds and coufrhs is always a serious problem, and often impossible. Sooner or later it is the inevitable fate of every one to catch cold. Care in avoiding exposure and the use of proper clothing will protect from the f...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 May 1904

THE . MESSAGE THURSDAY, i 1 MAY :g i90i TrrniK of One your Six Month Throw Months NuhsrripHon: .tl.l :t "My boy," noid a Texas man to lils ton, who was starling out for an 1-Listern city, "li t me tell yon (something wliii'li in n y lm of )i p to you." 1 1 i s tulvii'C, ns Riven in Foroxt mid Stream, was homely, but good: Yon irct nit tln-re mid vuii'll rcc a liran of lieople who Lave ct more money than yon have a hea of people liave nion luaiiis than ciii have, nud more sinvens. Some of them may even be better looking than joit an Don't vou worrv nbont t lint , and don't vou I)'- seared of anybody. Whenever you meet a man who al low he's jour superior, you jus look at liim and say to yourself, "After all you're just folks.'' Vou want to reni"!iilier for yourself, too. that Vou'ie iu.,t folks. After you have lived a lony as I have, and knoekc-d around tin; world, you'll learn that that's all anyone of us is. just folks. Uncle Sam's Tatooed Men. The I'liited States keeps a rec ord of...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 June 1904

4tB BlIIOlilCAt to4 ' Mexico "Missouri "Message. VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1904. NUMBER 3! $ HAPPENED and HAPPENING. SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY"NEWS IN PELLET FORM Mv. J. W. Brewer the oilier day sold a span of mules to Joseph Armi stead for $383. W. VV. Johnson's two fine Jacks "Abe Lurimore" nud Fonville II., had a battle a few days ago and "Abe Larimore" is dead. Percy James of Kansas City, who attended the Missouri Military Academy here thru the winter, with his father, Dr. S. C. James, is rusticating in Canada. Misses VViuifred Fox and Sue ltingo, both of Mexico, graduated last week in the shorthand depart ment of William Woods College at Fulton. Roy Boatman of Mexico has the contract for erecting the poles and wires for the Laddonio, Rush llill and Mexico Telephone Company. The company found him thru an advertisement iu the Message. M. P. Carpenter of Mexico is down on his 900 acre ranch in northeastern Arkansas. lie says the soil on his land is ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 June 1904

. V Csxico Missouri Message JOAN BEAU Publish!-. tKXICO MISSOURI xlratil and Pern are threatening to (O to war. Tbey should be spanked. Funny misprint In the Dor ton Tran script "Kind Edward" for the king of England. The assertion that Joseph Cham berlain Is enjoying poor health Is cer taJnly untrue. After all. are we really ready to bear patiently with the "Is It hot enough for ou?" bore? Mr. W. K. Vsndorbllt. Jr., has sold all his raring automobiles. Did the life Insurance folk protest? Taxes are to be Increased In Eng land, so that the royal family may not have to discharge any of its help. The sword is mightier than the pen la the far East. At leant, the corre spondents are not able to get to the front New York teachers And they are at liberty to marry. Nothing further Is needed beyond the desire and the chance. As the RiiHFlan ambassador will go to liar Harbor this Biunmer, the Japa nese minister will probably go some where else. Any one who bad taken tno trouble to lay np a go...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 June 1904

TEN MINERS KILLED CZAR LOSES FIVE THOUSAND SOLDIERS IN TUNC PASS :IFTEEN THOUSAND JAPS SLAIN OR WOUNDED YAZOO CITY, MISS., SWEPT BY FIRE THE NEWS RESUME BY SULPHUR FUMES Being a Condensed Story of the New of the Week. ' , Verdict Returned Within 22 Minutes After Attorneys Close Arguments. Gas ' from Locomotive Proves Fatal It. Petersburg Cablegram Says Rus sians Lost Three Thousand. Richest City In Mislssippl River Delta Now Lies la Ashes. , to Occupants of Coach. TYNER AND BARRETT ACQUITTED BY JURY Washington: Within twenty-two minutes after the retirement of the Jury In the caae of James N. Tyner and Harrison J. Barrett, tried on the charge of conspiracy In connection with their duties of law officers of the Post-Office Department, the ver llct ot not guilty was returned. The throng which filled the court room throughout the argument to the Jury hardly had time to leave the building before the Jury was back, and the foreman announced that a ver dict had been reached. General Ty ne...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 June 1904

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Deal, Editor and Proprietor. -.'..t,..M .1 tin. l'nslollil'C Bt MuXll'O Mo., af sccoiiil-fliiss matter. THURSDAY. JUNE P.KH Don't wiiil for tin- fit i tt.-; bring von ti pot of gold, fairies tire dead." to The Tin- "cotiM-rvalive Ih nioi ni'-v' that's what Cleveland mils it. Hasn't lliif coiiiil i v had enough of the Cleveland l.-tllo.Til"-.V. Tin- Vaw.lalia Mail "I'd Expret-s js now simply "Tin- Vandalia Mail." Thai duller and makes it belter. I'.ro. 1 iii Assignee's sale ' ' "' '"''v nnd cmiity real e-tate, short nil lie ami .-.I 1-orsc stork. See noliee ill llii- k f . )ou't fall out willi wuir neigh bor over politics. Tin: miii will rise and si t ns usual; "Hie govrrn ineiit at Washington" will still live. The old (llolie-llrinoi iat would do its nut t v better scrvire in this .State if it would dispeiist with its ii rational and villifying editorial page. Miss Leila Sallii- of M- xi-o is assist ant hostess at the Missouri building at t...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 June 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1904 5t HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. .Mr j. V. II. Owiugs is quite ill with heart trouble. - Horn, to Mr. nml Mrs. O. II. White, a daughter. Miss S.vlvia Wylde of Mexico has been employed to teach in the Payne district next term. Mins Annie McAfee is home from Fresno, California, , where she tanprht school thru the winter. Ground is being broken nt St. Louis Junction, enst of Mexico, for n new round house, uo it is said. The Mexico nnd Louisiana base ball teams played here Monday. Mexico won by a score of 14 to 4. W. E. Heying, now of Miami, Mo., who formerly resided north cast of Mexico, .renews for the Messaue. According to the Live Stock Re porter, J. T. and A. r. Johnson, of Audrain county, marketed 131 yearling sheep that weighed 76 pouuds each and sold at $G.10, which was the highest price paid for western yearlings this season. Miss Lida Fowell, north of Mex ico, was elected to a position in the Laddouia school, also a place iu the Vandalia schools, b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 June 1904

john BURTllsar AtW ! Tb KIS wa Mimoaalm." "Culol Moanw DMtrliM," etc Cuprum nr. mnt, ft I All rltita I Ooptkkiht, iu. t FtiMiici Cphk adiki I rtHcral I A. J. Diiiil Biddli CHAPTER EIGHT Continued. When the launch approached, Ar thur Morrli was seen In the bow. There were several richly dressed young women to the party. John Burt aw at a glance that Morris and some of his companions were tinder the in fluence of liquor. Jessie guessed as much, and her suspicions became a oortalnty when Morris stepped un steadily to the landing and came toward her, a vacant smile mantling bis (ace. "A thousand pardons. Miss Carden," he said, his voice husky and his body very erect, but wavering. "A thou sand pardons! Detention unavoidable, assure you un'vold'blo detention, as sure you! 'Sail right, though; 'sail right now. Allow me, Miss Carden," and ho stepped forward to offer his arm. John Burt remained by Jessie's side. "Do not dare to spcBk to me, sir!" cried Jessie, shame and anger driving the cr...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 June 1904

1 "rrZ -re.- ' s . A prominent club B forth, of St. Joseph, Mich., tells how she was cured of falling of the womb and its accompanying pains and misery by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, "Dkak Mbs. Pinkham: Life looks dark indeed when a woman feela that her strength is fading away and she has no hopes of ever being restored. Such was my feeling a few months ago when I was advised that my poor health was caused by prolapsus or falling of the womb. The words Rounded like a knell to me, I felt that my sun had set ; bat Liydla 13. Plnkham'g Vegetable Compound came to me as an elixir of life ; it restored the lost forces and built me up nntll my good health returned to me. For four months I took the medicine daily and each dose added health and Ptrength. I am so thankful for the help I obtained through its use." Mrs. Florench Danforth, 1007 Miles Ave., St. Joseph, Mich. A medicine that lias restored so many women to health and can produce proof of the fact must be regarded with re...

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