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Saturday Evening, June 27, 1914. T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W ?age Three One of County's Most Respected Aged Men. Shelbyvllle, June 27. -- John E. Edgar. Dne of the best known and most highly respected men of. this city, .died at his home here at 7:30 Friday morning, after a breaf illness from paralysis and uremlc poisoning-. He had been oiling since Saturday, but took a, decided t u r n for the worse Tuesday morning:, lapsing into unconsciousness and remaining in that condition until the end came peacefully Friday. Mr. Edgar was born near Battle Creek, Mich., in July, 1S50, and was therefore almost sixty-four years old at the time of his death. Shortly before the civil war he came with his parents to Shelby county, where the family settled a few miles southwest of this city. He grew to manhood there, and on the 13th of November, 1870, he was married in Dry Point township to Miss Nancy Ann Reed, who passed away Oct. 13. 1913. Eleven children were born of this union, five of them d y i n g in infancy. The -surviving: children, all adults, are: William X. Kdgar, Mrs. Elizabeth Brown and Miss Nelle Edgar of Shelbyville: Hiss Flo Edgar and Mrs. Mae Ellis ol Harvey, and E. E. Edgar of Dwight. There are also six grandchildren, one half-sister. Mrs. Diantha Scranton, of Denver, Colo., who is too feeble to attend the funeral, and several other relatives in Shelby county. Mr. Edgar was a carpenter and contractor, and spent nearly his entire l i f e In and near this He had j u s t completed the erection of a handsome little cottage in the 2600 block on South Second street, and was planning to occupy it and retire from active labor. He had long been a member and one of the pillars of the Moulton Methodist church, and for years had been a member of the official board. He was a charter member of the Modern Woodmen of America, and at the time of his rteath was one of the officers of the local lodge of that order. The funeral will be held at th^Sfoul- ton Methodist church at Sunday afternoon, tinder the auspices of the Modern Woodmen of America. DELINQUENT CTRL C.VTGHT. Ada Pierce, paroled from the Geneva Institution for delinquent girls to a Chicago family and later d i s a p p e a r i n g from that home, was sought in Findlay Wednesday night and Thursday morning by Miss Sarah Van Pelt, an asrent of the Geneva home: but not u n t i l the aid of the sheriff's office was invoked ivas it possible for Miss Van Pelt to refrain custody of the girl. Even t h e n the officers experienced considerable difficulty in locating the child, and did so only "after serving warrants on the sirl's father." Charles Pierce, of Findlay, and W. J. Buckshot, another Findlay man who had interested himself in the case and was h i d i n g the girl in his home. BONDS FOR TOWER HILL MINERS. Friends of Tony Rhodes. Sam Bour- Tnut, Joe Fernando and William Bor- ola. the Tower Hill coal miners who were committed to the county j a i l "Wednesday u n d e r county c o u r t i n f o r - mations charging them with bootleu- Riner. came to t h e i r rescue Friday forenoon, f u r n i s h e d bond for them in the sum of $3ftO each, and secured their liberty. S. A. Richardson is the principal Itondsman. with A n t o n Av^na. a Witt m e r c h a n t , and a Tower Hill man with whom the f o u r men board, as other sureties. The men will appear for trial i n the c o u n t y court on the 13th of J u l v . Robert Wright, c l a i m i n g to be f r n m Minnesota, was arrested at Findlay Thursday and brougWt to the c o u n t y jail, where he remained u n t i l Friday rnorninsr a n d was then arraigned before Police Magistrate Tallman on a charge of breaking: open a freight car en the C. £- E. I. railroad. Wright's trial was set for Wednesday. J u l y ]. and he was r e m a n d e d to the c o u n t y j a i l to await t h a t date. REALTY DEALS. Heal e s t a t e deals recorded include the following: .lames R. A f U i n s to Frank B. Willis, lot 7, Mock 15, Moulton a d d i t i o n to Shelh.wllle: $S50. Verna Fogle to G. A. Sollis, lots 6. 1 and S. block 8. Herrick: Sl.:50. George S. Bolt to G. A. Sollis, lots 7 and S, block 7. Herrick; $125. TWO NEW SUITS. Two new suits have been filed for the November term of the circuit court, as follows: Robert A. Hill vs. H. E. Pinkston; trespass. Walter Ilackl vs. Tower Hiil company, a corporation: case. LAST RITES OVER BEMENT WOMAN Huff he* and Hodman'., New Tractor DO«B Fine Work. Bement, June 27.--The funeral services of Mrs. Anna Siders were held in the home Thursday morning at 10 o'clock, conducted by Rev. Mr. Garber, pastor of thfi Brethren church of Decatur. Interment was in the Bement cemetery. Mrs. Siders was born In 'Daugrhln county. Pa., Nov. 21, 1832. She was united in marriage with Phillip Siders In Plarrlsburg-, Pa., July 9, 1S52. She survived by three children, Daniel H. of Bement; A l l e n D., of Indianapolis, Ind., and Mrs. Ellen M. Rittenhouse. of Bement, five grandchildren, four great grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Kline, of Union Deposit. Pa. NEW TRACTOR WORKS WELL. Hughes and Bordman have been trying: out their new Bull tractor and are much pleased w i t h it. Mr. Bodman was pulling 1 a binder with it on the John Moery farm Tuesday and Wednesday. It works well and seems to be j u s t the thing 1 on a farm. BOOSTER TRIP BY BAND. The band will m a k e a booster trip to the adjoining towns Friday, advertising the Fourth of J u l y celebration. S. M. PCS tie wait and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Stephenson and son, John motored to Tuscola Sunday, spending the day w i t h John Bonham and family. · The members of the Rocking Chair club and their f a m i l i e s held a. picnic supper in the park Thursday evening. The out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Baum, Miss Eft'ie Baum and lisp Elizabeth Steel of Chillicothe, O. Mr. and Mrs. B n u n i , MIPS E f f i e Baum and Miss E l i z a b e t h Steel arrived in Bement T h u r s d a y evening 1 and are the of Mr. and Mr.*. W. A. Still and family. They motored through from Chillicothe. O., l e a v i n g there Tuesday morn in ET. The d i s t a n c e covered i n two days was 346 miles. They reached Champaign Wednesday evening and spent the n i g h t there, d r i v i n g to Bement Thursday morning. B. Q. Bradley and f a m i l y a t t e n d e d the f u n e r a l of Mrs. Bradley's mother, Mrs. Henry C. Smith, of Tolono. Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Charles H. Ball and mother. Mrs. Bessie WiokerJe. spent T h u r s d a y in Deratur. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Georgp Thompson and son were guests of Mr. and Mrs. T h u r m a n Hamman of Miimine, Wednesday evening. Mrs. Albert Field and daughter, Thelma. and Miss Eva Hill returned Monday from a two "weeks' v i s i t w i t h relatives in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Baker and Mrs. Laura McClure spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baker, n e a r M i i m i n e . Miss Margaret Slevin r e t u r n e d to Springfield Monday a f t e r a visit with Bement relatives. W i l l i a m Loveless visited Bement relatives the f i r s t of the week. Mrs, George Anderson went to Annawan Monday for a two weeks' visit with her brother. S. E. McClure. Mr. and Mrs. B. Cohen and son, of Deoatur. visited Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Ball Tuesday and Wednesday. M i l l a r d Crook was a Chicago visitor the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Logan spent Sunday in St. Louis with relatives. Ralph Pettit of Chicago, is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hudson M a r t i n this week. Mrs. Rue Malone and Miss Flossie Monroe were Decatur visitors Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thompson and Mrs. Alice Thompson passed Wednesday w i t h relatives in Decatur. Miss Byrson Byerline is v i s i t i n g Misses Maude and Fannie Black this week. Raymond Davies left Friday for Madison. Wis.. to a t t e n d a s u m m e r school. Mrs. C. R. Baugh is visiting her parents in Mason City this week. Warren East of P i t t s b u r g h , Pa., was a guc-st of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Thompson Monday. A n u m b e r of Mr. and Mrs. Dar] Evans' f r i e n d s gave them a pleasant surprise at their h o m e Tuesday evening. The occasion was t h f s i x t e e n t h w e d d i n g anniversary. Ice c r e a m a n d r a k e were served. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. McGinnis and children have returned to their home after spending the w i n t e r in Memphis, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Will Mann, of Little Rock, Ark., are v i s i t i n g Ma m o t h e r , Mrs. S. Mann, in Miimine. Will is a former Bement boy. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Black, of Seymour, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Baker, the first of the week. Mrs. H. E. Shaw and children have returned from a visit with he-r mother In Clinton. Miss Helen Moore returned to Decatur Tuesday after a weeks* visit with Miss Gladys H o f f h e l n s . Miss R u b y Handshy of Worden, vls- tho , Kenney Farmhand Overheated in Wheat Field. Kenney, J u n e 27.--Albert Scranton, a farm hand employed by H. Anderson, became overheated Wednesday afternoon about 3 o'clock and died early the next morning from the effects. He was shocking wheat for Mr. Anderson when he suddenly fell to the ground. He was taken to the house and Dr. Kirby of C h e s t n u t was called and found his t e m p e r a t u r e at 109. Dr. Kirby at once called Dr. Cole of Kenney in consultation. Their combined efforts reduced the temperature to normal, but he never recovered consciousness and died at 1:30 a. tn., Thursday. Mr. Scranton was forty-three years old and h a d worked for Mr. Anderson the past seven years. The body was taken to Nebo, III., Friday for burial. Mr. Scranton was born and raised near Nebo rind has t\vo half-sisters living there. His parents are both dead. FINDS PEARL VALUED AT $75. Tuesday evening while bathing Jn Salt Creek. J. W. Meadows and brother f o u n d a pearl said to be worth $75. The gem is as large as a b u c k s h o t and is of a clear white color. WEDDING. At the home of John Maus in Chestnut Monday occurred the marriage of Miss Ada Rose and Orvllle Dement. Miss Rose t a u g h t the M o n i t o r school south of Kenney, the past year, and is well lilted by t h e people of t h i s comm u n i t y . Her home is In R a n t o u l , 111. Mr. Dement i.s the oldest son of E. P. D e m e n t and wife, p r o m i n e n t f a r m e r s l i v i n g two and o n e - h a l f miles south of Kenney. The y o u n g couple will m a k e t h e i r home with the groom's parents u n t i l s p r i n g when they will begin farming for themselves. Mrs. X. R. Persinger was a Mt. Pula s k i visitor Friday. Mrs. E. L. Foster and daughters, Helen a n d Catharine, went to G i r a r d W e d n e s d a y where the girls w i l l visit relatives several weeks. Mrs. Foster ret u r n e d home Thursday. Misses Liydia Torid and M l n a Tessman of Arcola. are visiting" at the country home of Miss Gethia. Monts. Mrs. J a m e Safley and Mrs. H. B. Rowe. Jr., are quire sick w i t h the m u m p s . Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hayden, Charles Brelsford. and Murry Hill were Decatur v i s i t o r s Wednesday. Evert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brelsford, fell from a c h e r r y t r e e the f i r s t of the week, c u t t i n g his face and mashing his nose badly. FIRE DESTROYS B VRN. Fire last Friday e v e n i n g destroyed the barn on the Wilcox f a r m , occupied by W a l t e r Philips. A valuable horse, two calves, all of his feed corn, h a y and several pets of harness. It is not k n o w n w h a t started the fire. FUNERAL OF MRS? SHAW ON SUNDAY Maroa, J u n e 27.--Funeral services will be conducted for Mrs. W. O. Sha\v at residence S u n d a y a f t e r n o o n at 2:30 Rev. E. W. Sears, pastor of the Christian church In Palestine. 111. Mrs. .Shaw died Thursday m o r n i n g a f t e r s u f f e r i n g for almost twn years w i t h cancer. Burial will be m a d e in the Maroa cemetery. AUTO STAMPEDES. Otis M i l l e r lost control of his Ford t o u r i n g car F r i d a y m o r n i n g while he was driving east on M a i n street. The a u t o t u r n e d a b r u p t l y s o u t h , crossing the c u r b i n g and s t a r t e d up the Pres- j y t e r i a n church f l i g h t of steps. No damage was done to the car. IN HONOR OF DECATUR GIRLS. Mrs. John Crocker entertained at a 5 o'clock dinner Thursday evening. Misses Lois G o d w i n and Grace Starr of Decatur, Marie Verner and Rev. Fred L. Harper. HOUSE PARTY. Miss Marie Verner has e n t e r t a i n e d at a house party at her home in th« Presbyterian parsonage since Tuesday Miss Grace Starr and Mies Lois Godwin of Decatur and Miss Joan Crocker of this city with Mlsa Amy Lyons as chaperone. Rev. J. N. McDonald, pastor of the Presbyterian church, was in Chicago the forepart of the week to attend a Sunday school convention. V. R, Grady has returned home from a visit w i t h Mr. and Mrs^lvan Norris near Washington, la. His daughter. Miss Ella, did not return home but will pass the summer in Iowa. Mrs. James Worsham expects to spend next week with relatives in Chicago. J o h n Longstreet and granddaughter. Miss Laura Cooper, returned home Monday from Coving-ton, Ind., where they had been v i s i t i n g relatives for a couple of weeks. Frank Moyer, I. T. S. conductor, with his f a m i l y of Bloomlngton. visited Roy Moyer and f a m i l y Thursday. Miss Florence Robb of C l i n t o n was a. Maroa v i s i t o r T h u r s d a y . Mrs. H. G. Kepler of Waterloo. la,, !s here for a v i s i t - w i t h her f a t h e r , Martin Waller. Mrs. H. E. Price and children of Clinton are s p e n d i n g a few days w i t h her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stroud and daughter, Aileen, were in Moweaqua the fore part of the week. George Stonebraker has gone to North Dakota. B. F. Caplinger m a d e a business trip to St. Louis Wednesday. JOHN CROCKER RETURNS. John Crocker r e t u r n e d home Wednesday a f t e r a couple of months' business trip to Twin Falls, Ida., and Los Angeles, Cal. While Mr. Crocker was in Twin Falls t h a t place received q u i t e a bit of snow and some f r e e z i n g weather. Mra. L. J. Kaiser has gone to Tonica for a v i s i t w i t h relatives. Her son, Harry, who has been v i s i t i n g there, w i j ] a c c o m p a n y her to Chicago in a few days. Kollie K e a t t s p p e n t S u n d a y in Assumption. Miss Ava B o w m a n of Decatur is vis- i t i n g her. sister. Mrs. A l b e r t East. M a r k Brown is assisting A. A. Coulter in his f u r n i t u r e store. Mr. and Mrs, John Rau from near C h e s t n u t and W i l f r e d TCowlin of Farmer City visited S. R. Now]in and fam- ly Friday. Mrs. Lulu Gibson of Clinton was a Maroa v i s i t o r T h u r s d a y MT. PULASKI WOMEN GIVE CARD PARTY First Prlne IB Won by Mrs. J. B. Gordon. Mt. P u l a s k i . J u n e 27--Mrs. E. C. No- Ian and Mrs. Lorah Lipp gave a card p a r t y Wednesday a f t e r n o o n at the form e r ' s home. The f i r s t prize was won by Mr?. .T. B. Cordon, second by Mrs. T. A. Scroggin and the f i r s t and second consolation prizes by Mesdames C. H. West and Chris Wagner. S a m u e l ("Cappie") Gard of Lincoln was. a. v i s i t o r here t h i s week. The Gard p u m p jack of which he is the i n v e n t o r has been greatly improved and is now b e i n g put on the m a r k e t In large q u a n - tities. I m p r o v e m e n t s have heen started here on the t o w n s h i p high school grounds. MISS ANOTHER RAIN. Mt. Pulaski j u s t missed a n o t h e r much needed r a i n on T h u r s d a y night. Heavy t h u n d e r and v i v i d f l a s h e s of lightning to the east of us mdk-ated r a i n s near Maroa. Rev. F. H. Seaman of Rockport. Mis- souri will deliver a trial sermon her* Sunday In St. John's Lutheran church. Lincoln visitors this week were Miss Helen McKinnls, T. A. Scrogsin, Mra. B. H. Keck, Mrs. Prudence Beidler, Mrs. C. M. Silkey, Virgil Wynd and Mrs. W. E. Lachenmyer. I. H. Snyder transacted tusiness In Springfield Tuesday. Russell Six of Decatur spent last week here visiting at the home of his sister, Mra. Ennis Downing. Judging from the reception accorded here Thursday to Roger Sullivan Mt. Pulaski is not one of his strongholds. Carl Zelle was a visitor in Decatur this week. Miss Minnie Hershey went to Springfield Tuesday to visit friends. Mrs. William Hagel visited the first of the week with friends in Decatur. Mrs. .T. H. Bloye of Pekin was a week end visitor here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Seyfer. Miss Louise Scroggin spent several days in Lincoln this week the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Selman R- P!eU. Mrs. Leslie McCormick of Emden. spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Niedergeasess. Louie Bohel of this city has accepted a position in Springfield with » railway construction company. Harry C. M c K i n n t s returned to his home In Decatur Monday after a visit here with his daughter, Miss Helen. Mrs. Mary Roth has returned from Crawfordsvllle, Ind., where she spent three weeks visiting her son, Edward Roth and family. Mrs. G. S. Connolly was in Decator Wednesday to attend the wedding of her sister. Miss Olive Shanklln. Miss Marie Robinson returned to her home in Atwood Tuesday after a week i visit here at the home of James Barlow a n d family. . . 1 . 1 . Mi«s Mary Watson, who hai Been m a k i n g an extended visit here with friends was tendered a farewell party Thursday evening by Miss Kathleen Clear at the home of her parents, Postmaster and Mrs. W. H. Clear before her departure for her home near Clinton. Kentucky. Invitations are out for a party next Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Suedmlre, weatJ3t__t£wn_ SEVENTH YEAR HERB. Rupture Cured without operation, Injections or detention from business. Ruptures low down and hard to hold, tho«e following operations, navel ruptures ln f fleshy -women md all cases operations, trusies nnd treatment at others hare failed o c«re, Eanranteed relief or no charge. My experience, skill and wonderful iiiccess In bad ca«c« Is rec.ignUed by jll In authority. I ii*ve no connection with any office except fhe Health Appliance Co., 136 W. S4lh St., IVew Turk rity. If you prefer to wear a truss and only .new what comfort THE WUNDFRTRUSS brings to you, yon wouldn't be without one a single day. No leg straps, elas- Ic bonds or steel springs to bind and :orture your body. Holds ruptures easier than any other truss. Call for a free trial. Four thousand patients In Illinois, many In this city, to refer to. If yoa cannot cail, write for circulars and fo- :nre -dates. M. H. BROWN, M. D. Next visit to Decatur, Decatur Hotel, Monday, June 29. S a. m. to 2:30 p. m. CoaH ited Mrs. Dail E v a n s the first of week. CASTOR IA for Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Mttl« Fellow Suit" Little Fellow Suits. We've planned for busy selling in this netv- section tonight; suits "worth up to $1.00, will be sold, dftfi ·Just for tonight f«M» Second floor. Table Oil Cloth. Table Oil Cloth, best quality table oil cloth, white 121C and colored Basement «I,OO Corsets. $2.00 Corsets, Royal Worcester corsets, very C| fill latest models * · ·"** Second floor. 91.26 Unaersklrts. $1.25 Underskirts in all the new- shades, 16-Inch accordeon pleated flounce Second floor. Cklldren'a DiVMea. Chttflr«n'» Dresses of finest percale In medium and dark colors, 2 to 6 year site 50c value Second floor. $1.50 and 11.75 P. K. and Ratrna wash skirts 95c CU.OO Silk Walet*. $2.00 Silk Waists finest quality pearl white China and Jap C4 (1A silk waists » ! . W V Second floor. S1.SO and (2 Dresseo. $1,50 and $2.00 Dresses porch and house dresses of finest wash materials all sizes included Second floor. ·2.00 and $2.50 Crepe Dresses. 12.00 and $2.50 Crepe Dresses, tunic effects and plain, too. neat floral effects handsomely trimmed SJf All just for tonight « I »UW Second floor. ." *5.0O Silk Waists. $5.00 Silk Waists, crepe de chine, taffeta, messaline and J.ip silk waists, lace trimmed, £4 QE embroidered and p l a i n W I ·*« Second Floor. S3 Silk Underskirts. $3.00 Silk Underskirts--finest quality, pure silk messaline in C4 fiQ the newest styles » I .WW Third floor. Nurse stripe Bungalow Aprons, all sizes, full length, an excellent garment, just for tonight Second floor. 50 dozen awning: stripe voilft and figured lawn Drossing Sacques. every size in the lot, worth up to 75c. Just for tonight Second floor. 100 dozen vests, mostly nice clean stock -- some slightly soiled from handling, some that have been used in displays, worth up to 25c CA each, just for tonight "* 75 dozen 16 button length pure silk ·gloves, double tipped, two clasp. In black and white, every size, actual value £1.00, . CQf» just for tonight WO*» Children's white dresses, daintily trimmed in lace and cluster tucks, sizes 2 to 4 years, 75c to $1.00 value, j u s t for t o n i g h t . Boys' Rompers in linen colored chambray. sizes from 2 to 6. just for tonight Boys' Khaki suits in romper style, ijizes 2 to 6 years. 39fi just for tonight wOU 7 spools best machine thread 25c Why Suffer With Heat When You Can Keep Cool YOU CAN GET A $10.00 8-Inch Westinghouse Electric Fan For $8.OO CASH-NO DELIVERY Just the thing for your bed room. Will run four hours for one cent. All other size fans on hand. Call and see our stock. Decatur Railway Light Co. 114 E. WILLIAM. Tonight Gebharts Hosiery and Underwear 15c 25c 25c Children's Half Hose 15c 200 pairs of children's half hose in silks and lisle, all colors that sell at 25c, at ............ » . . . . Ladies' Hose, 3 Pairs 25c Ladies' fine hose in black and tan that are a 15c quality, for this sale, 3 for ........... . ..-.j.^. ... Men's Hose 3 for 25c Men's superfine hose, all shades, all sizes, all go at 3 for ........ . . ... ; ---- .. Ladies' Stay-On Vests, 3 for 25c Ladies' Stay-On vests in good sizes, nicely trimmed, worth lj; special this sale, 3 for Ladies' Stay-On Union Suits 29c Ladies' union suits that have shoulder straps that stay on, worth 39c to 50c. This sale ................ ........ $1.50 Ladies' Parasols $1.00 300 fine parasols in all Summer shades, washable. A $1.50 parasol. j»-| ' A A This sale .............. .......... .«pJL«UU 75c Children's Parasols 50c 200 children's parasols in all Summer colors, 30 different styles, worth 75c. Buy them We will continue the sale on white goods throughout Saturday. White goods worth up to $1.00 for, per yard .......... 50c LADIES' ROLL COLLARS 25c Ladies' collars in the new roll style, can be laundered. Ten different styles to select from. Sell at 50c, this sale $1.00 LONG SILK GLOVES 69c 500 pairs of ladies' 16-button long silk gloves in black or white, that sell at $1.00. This sale 15c HANDKERCHIEFS, 5 FOR 25c 300 ladies' Linweave handkerchiefs that sold at 15c each. This sale, 5 for .................... 50c LA BLACHE FACE POWDER 37c La Blache Face Powder in flesh, white and brunette, that regularly sells at 50c. This big sale 25c 37c 75c SANITARY APRONS 69c Ladies' sanitary aprons. Come in white. Can be wasried. Always sold at 75c. This sale 69c HS.GEBHARTCP A GOD SEND Raid Wlit 0m Mu Sip of Writ's Nintu; Simple HalM i Boy or Girl? Great Qtttttkm! "1 am BOW thoroughly convinced, that after many years, and trying; many dlf- J ferent ones, I have found the right i medicine. I feel like a different man. ] My physical strength Is Increasing every day. I feel that I owe you more than I will ever be able to repay. Wade's Golden Nervine Is a Godsend." Phil Hargravss, Henderson, Ky. The above is a sample of the many letters ·flre are receiving right along, testifying to the merit of Wade's Golden Nervine, the great remedy for Nervous Debility, Insomnia, Weak Heart, and alt forms of Nerve weakness la cither men or women. The U package is now sold by druggists, or mailed direct. No matter where you live, if you wish to try it firit, i«nd six cents In stamps to Gem Medicine Co., Dept. N, St. Louis, Mo., for trial box and full particular*. Wade's Golden Nervine Is entirely free from alcohol or narcotics. No other treatment acU so promptly and surely In restoring the weakened vitality and strength of nerve- wrecked men and women. If you are tired, run down, nervous and despondent, a few doles will make yon feel like new. It has n» equal u a nerve builder and heart tonic. Its effects are permanent. Each tablet contains the concentrated esience of nerve force and vitality. Try It Recommended and sold by This brings to many minds an old and tried family remedy--an external application known as "Mother's Friend." During the period of expectancy it ll applied to the abdominal muscles and If designed to soothe the Intricate network of nerves Involved. In this manner ft has such a splendid Influence as to justify its use In all cases of coming- mother* hood. It has been generally recommended for years and years and thon n-ho have used it speak In highest praise of the Immense relief It affords. FarttcJ ularly do these knowing mothers speak of the absence of morning: slckoaaai absence of strain on the ligament* an4 freedom from those many other dli* tresses which are usually looked forward to with so much concern. There is no question bat whil "Mother's Friend" has a marked tendenc* to relieve the mind and this of ItMlf Is) addition to the physical relief baa fflvei| Jt a very wide popularity among womeni It Is absolutely safe to ate, render*, the skin pliable. Is penetrating? ill IU nature and is composed of those «nbroJ cations best suited to thoroughly lubricate the nerves, muscles, tendons and ligaments Involved. Ton can obtain "Mother"! Friend" U almost any drug store. It is prepared only hy Bradfleld Re*i uiator Co., 401 Luatf BMB* AtlaaU Cw

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