MOTHERHOOD. Mrs. Pinkham Declares No Woman Need Despair. There are many curable causes for sterility in vromen. One of the most common is general debility, accompanied by a peculiar condition of the blood. Write f reely and fully to Mrs. Pinkham. Her address is Lynu, Mass. She will teil you, f ree of charge, the cause of your trouble and what course to take. Believe me, under right conditions, you have a fair chance to become the joyful mother of children. Mbs. Lucy Lytle, 255 Henderson St., Jersey City, N. J. , certainly thinksso. She says: "I am more than proud of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and cannot find words to express the good it has done me. I was troubled very badly with the leucorrhoea and severe womb pains. From the time I was married, in 1882, until last year, I was under the doctor's care. We had no children. I have had nearly every doctor in Jersey City, and have been to Belvin Hospital, but all to no avail. I saw Mrs. Pinkham's advertisement in the paper, and have used five bottles of her medicine. It has done more for me than all the doctors I ever had It has stopped my pains, and has brought me a fine little girl. I have been well ever since my baby was born. I heartily recommend Mrs. Pinkham's medicine to all women suffering1 froiu sterility."