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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1905)
Women in Out Hospitals
Appalling Increase in the Number of Operations
Performed Each, YearHow Women May
Golnp through the hospltjxls in onrnes, slec-plossness, melancholy, "nil
largtH'ltlps one isbiirpriMMltolltitlsiieh -oiio"auil "Ham to-twlt'lt-nlciiie'' feel
a lurge proportion of the patients lying ings, tlie.x should remember there is one
on those Miovv-vvliilu beds viiineii tried and true leinedy.
and girls, who are cither awaiting. The fol. owing letters cannot fail to
cr recovering from bcrious opera' bring hope to despairing women.
ti0-vM , n.it i .1 t ' Mrs. Kiril.so.vdol, 41S N. 54th Street,
W hy should this be the case? Sim- W,.bt Philadelphia, l'a , writes:
plv because they have negleeted them-J .. ., ,,, ..
solve. Ovnriuu and womb trouble DJ ,, rlm. eondUt.mvvl.en 1
arc certainly on the Increase among, rot ,, r,n.,(vlr. Hi.nl a smloii womb
the women of this country they creep )Vi ovuriini trull. until could not currv a
upon them unawares, but evcrv one ot child to maturity, mid uns ndvijwl that an
those patients in tue Iiospltal beds hal "iteration uasniy imiy nope or recovery, i
plenty of warning in that bea-inn- wi'ldnot liwtr to think of goin , U th bospl
ctnwn f..,1lnif lviin nt loft ,r ri.rhl ,,f ! tnl. m wrok vou for nihlco I dl.l as you iii
dovvn feeling, pain at lelt or right of st t t , uni, look 1yilIa E i.,.,Uhnm
the womb, nervous exhaustion, pain m v.umini,i.. i ...,.. i n.,,t i ,.. t nU .,
the small of the back, leneorrluea, til -
zlness, llatuleney, ilisplueeinentsorihe
womb or irregularities. All of these
symptoms are indications of an nii
lrealthy condition of the ovaries or
womb, and if not heeded the penalty
has to be paid by ndangerous operation.
"When these symptoms manifest them
selves, do not drag along until you are
obliged to go to the hospital and sub- j
mit to an operation but remember
that Lydla 12. Pinlchnm's Vegetable I
Cninnnmiil linn k.-ivpi! thousTituls nf I
women from surgical operations ' '
When women are troubled i ith ir
regular, suppressed or pain fill menstru
ation, weakness, leucorrhtea, displace.
lucnt or ulceration of the womb, that
bearing-down feeling, inflammation of
the ovaries, backache, bloating (or llat
uleney). general debility, indigestion,
and nervous prostration, or are beset
with such symptoms as dizziness, lassi
tude, excitability, irritability, nervous-
Lvilia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Succeeds Where Others Fail.
There are Many Imitations of
ivfo.uv.T.-Maik Cocoa" or
Our handsomely illustrated recipe book
Walter Baker 8 Co. Ltd.
Established 1780 Dorchester, Massachusetts
'l"t IfM i
Don't spend from $50 to $2C0 for a gun, when for so
much less money you can buy a Winchester Take
Down Repeating Shotgun, which will outshoot and
outlast the highest-priced double-barreled gun,
besides being as safe, reliable and handy. Your
dealer can show you one. They are sold everywhere.
FREE i Oar UO-Patje Illustrated Catalogue.
WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. NEW HAVEN, CONN.
32 YEARtS SELLING DIRECT
We are the latest manufacturers of
ing to consumers exclusively.
We Have No Agents
but ship anywhere for ex
amination end approval,
euaranteeing safe deliv
ery You are out no th
ine Knot satisfied as to
style, quality and
price. Welnal.e 200
styles of vehicles and
INo 636, c miiniUoa Buggy it.i extra 65 styles of harness,
rtK.kSfMSnlJ.ln ratAwlfrM Prkt Ji,.CiutMn.U
cimpletct6t 09. A (tool s tells
ElKH&rt Carriage (TL Harness
BEGGS' CHERRY COUGH'
I SYRUP cures coughs and colds.
, w,.u wc(,iiiuUHtav.tmt haveubemitifuUmlty
'Khi his months old 1 ndvis nil siek mid
Miireiim; women to write you for adv ice, a
you units done so titti -h for mo "
Miss Huby Mushrush, of , East
Chicago, I ml , writes:
" I hiiMilnxmiiLrrcnt MilTorer w ith Irresrulnr
iiitisti initioti and o arum trouble, and nWit
., n)ontllsugo ti10 .loctor, nltor using th,
x llnr on iiu,nid I lmtl an nbcess on tha
ovaries iui.IivouM hae to hive an oxratl(m.
Mv niolhtir wnntt-il mo to trv l.wliil I? I'illK-
"'': Veket-ihle ComHvnii.l as a lost restn t,
ami It not onlv mi"! me from un operation
but luiult) mo entlti'JV well."
Ijydia 13. V nkhaui's Vegetable Com
pound at once removes such troubles.
Kefuse to buy any other medicine, for
you need the best.
Mrs. I'inkhnm invites all nick women
to write her for advice Her advice and
medicine have restored thousands to
health. Address, Lynn, Mass.
misled by them !
i i BVUiiiir -. on it'iiii'ii !-' a. -- -
Our trade-mark is on every
package of genuine goods.
Under the decisions of several
United States , Courts; no
other chocolate or cocoa than
Walter Baker & Co.'s is en
be sold as "Baker's
vehicles and harness in the world sell
ClrtCUIcMU Hb. CncDvTooSurtev. Prlreiomtlcl
FEEE. 6lliltjrlt. CS, a ewvI mIU lot Iti mme
Mftf. Co., dlchart. Indiana,
When Answering Advertisements
Kindly Mention This Paper.
News in Nebraska
The Uuillnxlon depot nt Stamford
wtis totally dost rn) ml 1' Hre.
Seprnl ciihos of mnallpov nml
piu'tunonln nio reported from IJCRit
rlce. John FredorVU, ngod CB yonrs. Is
drad at 1'lattmntititli. Hl8 family
lltoa In Oermany.
Porr PjikIIo Ir now onrrylnt; a
rural mnll louto from l-olli, vice J.
,11 Glick. realsnod.
The Mtnto oncampmont ot SonR ot
Veterans will bo held In Fiumont
about February If).
C. H. Gllliort wal Injmml wlillo
flEhtliiK fire which tlostroyod his car
ptnter il)Pii at llrntrleo.
(lien llechtel. a Gornmu, whllo
serMiiK on tho jury nt Schuyler, sui
cided by-hniiKlns himself In his room
12. Whitney of Humboldt linB been
nu aided the contract for tho eroction
of th ' new $25,000 school bulldln at
The littlo (ln8litr of Mr. Itall at
Grand Island saod hor llfo by lyl"S
close to the Rtound as threo frtiluht
curs passed over hor.
Thousands or qna'l nre ropoilcd to
have perished during tho liiosunt cold
hpell. Tho snow has covered up
their feed and In their weak condi
tion they nro unablo to stnud tho In
The remains of T. H. Uownian, a
former resident of Albtou, weio
brought to that placo fiom Arkansas,
and burled In lloao 11111 comotory.
Mr How mun was thp Ilrsl county
treasurer of tho county.
AVord has beun locelvcd at Deatrlco
from Chicago IndlcatiiiB that .loepti
Uathaa,, who I wanted at Webb
City, Mo., on .ovaral charges and
who recently disappeared from thlH
clt, is under utrcst at that place.
A house on tho frm of A. P. Aclt
ermnu, nine miles so-'ueast of Fio
mont, was deployed by lire wlUi a
loss of about ?700 on tho building
and $:HH on contunt-t. Mr. and Mrs.
N'. T. Nelcon lived In the liottso and
they were unablo to ae nny thing.
SixttH-n carloads of oranges and
other liuit while en unite over tho
Uurllngton fiom California to Chi
cago and other points, were run Into
tho shops at Plattsmouth to prevent
tho fruit fiom freezing dining tho
coldest nignts in that vicinity for
.T. D. Cameron of Cambridge sold
his ranch near town to a man from
Alma, Neb., for $12,500. Tho price
paid was-$25 per acre. Cambridge
'? on tho boom. The citizens aio
ury enthusiastic over tho water
works proposition and a system as 111
no doubt bo installed this spring
Frank Otto who was formerly em
ployed in tho Uurllngton shops at
Plattsmouth, but who Is now cm
plojcd for the same company In Ueu
ver, has Instituted suit against the
Denver Tramway company to collect
$5,(00 damages" because of his son's
death from boiug mil over by the
A wreck on the Chicago, St. Paul,
Minneapolis & Omaha rnlhoad b"
tween Eureka and Tokamah occuiiod
"Wednesday. Train No. 15, going
south, bioko In two near lOuieka, ami
beforo the train crew could ret out
and ar for No. 19, which was follow
ing, they weie upon them and tho
crow baiely escaped with their lives.
Tho suicldo of Glen Bochtel, one of
tho Jurors on the Wertz-Sprecher li
bel case at Schuyler, after it had
been on trial two days, caused the
case to bo dismissed from tho present
term and continued until tho noxt.
There is letween $250 and $00 c,
ponso now Incuirod that will in all
probability be upon the county in
Geneva Grand Army of the Repub
lic gaVe a leception to Mr, and Mrs.
Vau Vranken, who aro moving to
Sheep feeders claim that over 30,
000 of this variety of htock hnvo been
fattened in the vicinity of Humboldt
this season and In every Instance the
feeders made good prollta from tho
J. M. Maher, a farmer residing two
miles northwest of Fiomont, has le
celvcd tho bronze medal which was
awarded him by tho Louisiana Pur
chase exposition for his exhibit of
corn. For. soveral years Mr. Maher
has spont CQiifeldorable time In devel
oping navv kinds of corn and wheat
and has met with good oucco33 with
Quito an extensive land deal vns
closed up at Tablo Itock between G.
P. Johnson of that place and 12. K
Kentener of Falls City. Tho former
gets tho fine farm of the latter three
miles east of Humboldt, containing
IfiO acres, at $G5 per aero, wlillo the
latter takes In part payment four
residonco properties of tho former in
Table Hock at tho aggregate price of
Mr, Jamos Watson was badly
troen driving from Hebron to Alex
andria. 115 missed the road In tho
storm, the sloigh boing tipped over
four time on the way. Mr. Watson
arrived home at .1 o'clock in tho
morning with face and hands frozen.
The proposed consolidation of tho
Fnmont Telephone company and the
Hell company is not !iky to go
through. The announcement in tho
papers aroiuod tho Intonso opposition
of the Independent tolepliono com
panies throughout tho stata, tho Lin
coln company boing ospealally op
posed to it.
Hot a Cit Tired.
ll'tle Rlrl w. vrrv proud of lip
lug taken for walk by her father j
and, though sometimes tho rambles
extended a trlile beyond her strength,
she would not have plondud fatigue
for worlds. One day, howovor, her
father noticed that she was lagging
"Tired, Pussy?" he asked. "No. fath
or that is, not nsackly tired. I was
only wishing I could tako oft my logs
and cnny them a llttk hit. that's all."
Whether wo are doing th ? London
season or n round of country house
visits, the enjoyment of most women
Is largo) dependent on the amount of
opportunities nccorJer to thoni-for
filttntion. No matter how Indignantly;
some of my sex may deny it, wo all
Uiivo on admiration -Ladles' Field.
Do Not Make Good Soup,
An authority on cooking assorts
that England Is a wwplesa country,
meaning that Unvllsh cooks cannot
niako soup and that soup dooa not
appenr on tho menu of an Hngllsli
every day dinner Which Is a fact,
though soup Is about the llrat form
that English 'charity takes.
A traveler says thai tho, Japanese
fiervnnt is n person of social Import
i' nee. In the absence of tho mlsii,ojs '
callers aro entertained at tea by the J
housemaid, whose knowledge of the
stiquette ot tea drinking nml whoso
Jtraoe and charm nre often the equal
3f those of her employer.
Accepts Small Deposits.
A new banking system, which en
ibles persons to niako deposits of
went -five cents and upward, Inter
est being nllowel when tho amount
odged reached $5, was adoptt'd by
ho National Dank of Ireland leccnt
y. Tho bank has seveial branches
Sterilized Water for Navy.
Dr. Le Mehaut suggoMs that on
blench war easels water that has
Di'oii sterilized by boat should bo nub
Ultuted for tho distilled water nt pres
Bnt used, which, in 'his opinion, Is
jpen to many grave objections, in
jluding excesilve (ostliikss.
Lord Mayor's Unique Honor.
Only ono man in the city of London
Diitbido the Tower possesses the
nassword which enables him to an
3vvcr tho challensa of tho sentries
it any time. It is tho Lord Mayor,
ind tho password in given, to him by
authority of tho king.
Seeing much, buffering much and
studying much are the three pillars
of learning. Disraili.
Vegetable Prcparalionror As
ling liicSloinachs and Bowls of
KOT KiUlCOTIC .
Apcrfccl RemBtly forConslipa
Fion , Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea
nndLoss of Sleep.
Facsimile SigniUure of
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
ir- . 1
Idewey s stone
i : rr W
Kvcrythlns In Turnlturo to bo close J out at orcr, rf-"arJl-a o' st. An op
inrtunlty worth coming hunJicJa of nillcs to Uo advai tagi' of
curator are luailc hf
JoUi.ou, the lmui.it rr
Mu urliOiiiadc Mjuiilt
t re lorentlui hit OLD
A J ror-IUeir lut- ti
er Forty Jaj' fre n trial
an'l a fl year a guarau
tr t or bin free rata
l"up, a poultry illua
trull. inn, addroM,
FY1. M. JOHNSON CO.,
Box O. T.. Clay Cantor. Neb.
tolornoftooods brighter and fatter colon than any
Ak iultt or momtIII tend post paid at 10c a packao.
1 fl vff rV3?.B I
I H.I Mnixw 133i.
BISHOP OWES HEALTH
AND LIFE TO PE-RU-NA.
Ministers of All Denominations
Join En Recommending
Pc-ru-na to tho
Public speaking especially exposes
the thront and bronchial tubes tn
Hroatliing the air of crowded runout
biles, and the mx'CNsnrv exposure to
night air which many preachers must
face, make, catarrh especially prevalent
among their class.
Peruna has become jiMl;, popular i
niimtur tlicm. '
Tho Bishop's StronjJ Tribulo to Po-rti-na. ,
L. IF. Hulsey, HUIiop C, L i. Church, Atlanta, Ga., vvrltess
"I have found Peruna t be a groat remedy for catarrh. have suttered
with this terrible disease far more than twenty years, until since I have
been using Peruna, which hits lelleved me of the trouble.
' i have tried man.v remedies nml spent a great deal ot linrd-earned
money for them but I found nothing so effectual In the cure of catarrh as
the great medicine, Peruna.
feel sure that Peruna Is not only a triumph of medical science, but
it la alto a blessing to suffering humanity.
"livery Individual w ho milTcrs with respiratory diseases will find F'eruna
a magniilccnt and sovereign reined."- L. Jl Ilalsey, Up. C. M. L Church.
Peruna is tUe most prompt and sure
remedy for catarrh that can be taken.
Many a preacher has been able to
meet hla engagements only because he
keeps on hand a battle of Peruna, ready
to meet any emergency that may arise.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
VHS OtNTAVn OWf-(V. MCW TOOK OtTV.
tPINAL CURVATURE Can be Curto
ALSO OThtR DtrORMITItS.
Write or call ut offiea for free infonna'
Hull libM tetiiuoM.tl f i in jirooi
ULiitHati s'ii. o, si.d i by tn tans ton
iltourl nulyJJoctor. Notiijicstf
aitliaiiCfDsuai.'i. Trcaiiliiccuiljl y
I ' uiail hit jtara ex; tri.nrr
NCOlooaaTco. CI'ithl lii.nuon.
I0TO 2 ARLINSTON DLK.. OMAHA. NEU.
W, N. U. Omaha.
No. 6 1915
I Bears the t
fj sv' 3SI IBM 1"N' F S tSr sjbjs; hfk Ufl U lirl
t!iftr die. OnetOc wckaos color silk, wool and cotton equally wellendUouaranteedlocieDerlecieiulta.
Wnta lor free booklet-How to 0e. Bleach and Mix Com. MJ(KWtCuvuV,i,!l2,
77, fi i
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I ( N M ' "' 'I'l'"''"
The Friends of Pe-ru-na.
Despite the ju-cjudloes of tho inc(ical
piufevlou aralnst proprletliry jnedi
elnes, the clergy have ulvvnj'H main
lained a strong ooulldciteo and friend
ship for Peruna.
'I hej havedNi'Oveti'd by pergonal cx
jierience that Peruna docs all that is
i hi lined for it.
Wohave on tllo many letters of recom
mendation like the ono given above.
We can give our readers only a slight
glimpse of the vast number of grate
ful letters Dr. llartman Is constantly re
ceiving, in pralso of his famous-catairh
Every housewife gloats
over finely starched
Jlncn and white scoods.
Conceit is justifiable
nfter using Defiance
Starch. It gives a
stiff, glossy white
ness to the clothes
and does not rot
them. It is abso
lutely pure. It is
the most economical
because it goes
farthest, does more
and costs less than
others. To be had of all
grocers at 16 or.
THE DEFIANCE STARCH CO.,
National Oafs Nl
flrtatpot oat at the eenturr.
Yipldcl In Cma 151. In lllrh.
.231. In Jlo 2i3. audio ii.Sukota
ell) ta.prr acre.
You can beat mat record la VX&.
Tor 10c and fids notice
wo mall you rrea lots o f farm artd
am pica auu oar mg cautlOK, Iik
ins an aooul io oat wonatr aoa ,
thoiihanna nr nthftpiinit. M
J0HM A. SALZEn SEED CO. V,1
. w.u -un,. stssa
rBMi rvj r'ftm
""" rx AXMr sji
$mm and E3&MES
I WHEAT LANDS
KAliSaS $6 to m Per Aero
Kplvudld k ttnni. C ouilitnr t f.rndriii and ai .K
roimuir 8U7A to .OU I'er At re. Kau
nUirida au t Nrhiuka. On y ime-tauth um
Hal land baralDi In VVn ,U.
II. A. Mc.Vr.l.A-'l'ICi:. ijiu.l Cnniiulasluuer
Mr, II., V. V !., iimnbii .
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