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Is it not true f Women suffer, feel the Terr life crushed
out of them, grow old before their time. Ilach morning
wake up determined to do so much before the day ends,
Before the morning is very old the dreadful BACKACHE
attacks them, the brave spirit sinks back in affright ; no
matter how hard they struggle, the "clutch "is upon them
and they fall upon the couch crying :
" Why should I suffer so t What can I dot"
The answer is ready, your cry has been heard, and a
woman is able to restore you to health and happiness.
Backache is only a symptom of more fatal trouble
heed its warning in time.
Lydla E. Finkham's Vegetable Compound will
stop your torture and restore your courage. Your pains
come from unnatural menstruation or 6ome derangement
of the womb. Let those who are suffering read Mrs. Mor
ton's letter and be guided by her experience.
AM OPEN LETTER TO WOMEN.
"Deaii Mna. Pinkium : I hate been no delighted
withLydiaE. Pinkliuin'a Vegetable Compound
I thought I would write and thank jrou. My system
was entirely run down. I suffered with terrible back
ache in the small of my back and could hardly stand
upright; was more tired in the morning than on retiring
at night. I had nt appetite, Since taking your Com
pound I have gained fifteen pounds, and am gaining
every week. My appetite has improved, have no back
ache, and I look better than I ever looked before.
" I shall recommend it to all my friends, as it cer
tainly is a wonderful medicine." MfiS. E. F. IIoktos
81S6 York St., Cincinnati, O.
When a medicine has been successful In restoring to health
more than a million women, you cannot well say, without
trying it, "I do not believe it will help mc," If you are ill,
don't hesitate to get a bottle of Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound at once, and write Mrs. Plnkharc, Lynn, Mass., for
special advice it is free.
MRS C F MORTyj)
Owing to the fact that mom skeptical
people have from time to time questioned
the ireniiinnMiif flu, i..iimni.t I.,
wc are connaou puoiianing, we hare
deposited with the National City Bank, ol Lyon, Mass., .5,000,
which will be paid to any prnon who ran show that the above
testimonial is not f canine, or was pulishcd before obtaining the
writer a special permission. Lydia . Pimkham Msdicixs Co.
Wl7 OUU CATALOGUE FREE
Tells aD about Wlockester Rifles. Sbotgins. aid Axxnlflci
Send nan and address on a postal now. Don't delay if you arc intareeted.
WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO.
WINCHESTER AVENUE .... NEW HAVEN, CONN.
S3. & $3.50 SHOES SSL
Heal werth mt W. I,. Dsaalat S-1 ...
ahaea la 4 tmVi. fiy sM
W Ullt Katajc lias ruM be eejeallta
Tea c.r rni V wa
me raer7rs.ax w .aw.
at aay price,
It Is not ajon the van
leather that makes a first
lass shoe It la tlx brains,
that have olannM the best
'atvl. lasts a nerf ret moilal
of the foot, and the ennetrurtkm ef r shoe. H is mrrhaiilral skill and
know led ite that have made ', I.. Imnilaa shoes the heat in the world for men,
Tskr aMkesttwie. Insist on having W. 1. Ifcmalaa shore with naine
and price stamped on bottom. Voor dealer ahoald keep them, if ha doss oat,
,yu CSZCuijUt. atraehtea, M
IN 3 OR 4 YEARS
in IXDEFEKDESCE ASSUMED
If yoti uke op your
roe in western una
ad a. the land of plenty.
flvlna eiperlenors of
fanners who have be
rome wealthy In grow-
erocat, report, or
a-atra. ate. .and full
liiformutlon aa to reduced railway rates can be
hml on application to the Superintendent of
Immigration, l purlroem of Interior. Ottawa,
( atiuda, or to W V. Uoaaelt, Ml New York
Life Bid-., Omaha, Neb.
haekarhe. arrottneas, sleepless,
aess. weskneaa. lossof yltallif, In
cipient kidney .bladder and arisary
arsuroars was c wot ne rsn-a ii
the great kidney, flyer and klood medicine
At all UruSaisu. Write f,ir free Baanla. AeV
, KID-Nt-OIDS, . Louie,
i the ean wot be eared by
Rill IK 1
d klood medicine. SO
' free aaas.la. Address
Vkci iKwtriig sdrertlMtKitt lliil
JUstisM Tkls rastc
W. N. U. OMAHA No. 10-1901
III Hast rVrk T -w-eWss, f
An actor's ripe experience doean't
prevent bla getting green from Jealousy.
rural Mailing Card.
Private Mailing Card with colored
Tlewg of icenery on the Chicago, Mil
waukee A St. Paul Railway cent on
receipt of ten (10) centa In stamp.
Addreaa F. A. Miller, Oeneral Paaien
ger Agent, Chicago, 111.
The Inventor of tailor-made gar
ment furu lulled ua with proof that
figure will He.
FITtfermanent'yrareo. are f)s or ni res wan sai arw
res day's art of lr. KMne's Ureal Kerve Meetnrer.
aiwl lor MsKK t.Otl trial bottle and treatise,
lav B. H. Kus, Ud., eil arsh St.. l-hiiadalphn. fa.
No ma a can atand on top because
he is put there.
Netart't PHeeleaf Reney,
DR.O. PHILP aaoWM I
H Caret Tarawa. I he Paras
Dr. u.r. arowa.ee
lie. Weak la ok. Sen ,1
kerne, terei a, all
For Tea Meek Ikla Tear
a. w. iehea a) IsmMar,
r, Eggs, Veal, II Idea end fvirs,
unions in t-arieaa mis,
eVHV WOOLEN GOODS BAQ4
aweaneaaeae la the American MaaafaeV
tarina Process la tba Cause.
KaxJLy an woolen goods, wpeclall
those made in America, have the rep
utatloa of bagging at the point of
greatest strain when made Into gar
menta and in some cases tailors make
it a point to call their customers' at
tention to the fact that: they will not
guarantee American-made goods from
bagging at the knees and elbows, at
the same time bringing forth a piece
of goods that they claim to be im
ported, and which they will guarantee
against bagging for a limited time. In
some cases the goods are of foreign
manufacture, but as often they were
made in the United States, but by
claiming to have imported tbem a bet
ter price can be obtained and bagging
Is the means used to Induce the cus
tomer to pay the higher price. Iu som
instances the claim in just that certain
goods will become baggy When sub
jected to the strain of wearing, but It
Is unjust to claim that all American
woolens will bag. There are various
reasons why American goods or any
other make will bag, the principal ones
being improper mixing of stock, soft
twist and defects in weaving. In order
to cheapen the cost the goods of wool
are mixed and if the operation is prop
erly performed the goods will not bag,
but if the various grades are not thor
oughly incorporated bagginess will re
sult, for the cheaper grades have very
little felting properties, while the grade
that does possess felting properties is
intended to close up the fibers during
fulling, no that all danger of bagging
will be removed. Thus if one grade
lacks felting properties, the second Is
medium and the third is good, the
stock must be uniformly mixed or
some parts of the finished fabric will
be loose In texture, while other part3
will toe well felted. On the cheaper
grides of fabrics there Is no pretense
of claiming that they will not bag, ow
ing net so much to errors la manufac
turing as to the substitution of Inferior
stcck. With the high grade 0! goads
mode for men's wear with a fair grade
of stock bagginess can be prevented
by careful attention to the various de
tails of manufacturing. Chicago
PARIS IS DRINKING MILK.
Una Taken to the Lacteal Fluid aa a
Substitute for Abslntlie.
Paris is rapidly becoming the great
est milk-drinking city in the world.
The increase of the milk habit has re
cently called for extended comment
from the local press. It has now be
come the habt 0? Parisians to drink a
glass or two of milk at the period be
fore dinner known as the "aperitif"
hour. The change that has gradually
been wrought In substituting milk for
absinthe Is said to be owing to the in
crease in open air exerctse among
Frenchmen, which produces a "craving
for milk rather than for liquor." Most
of the cafes, particularly those on tho
way to the Bols, are now supplied with
scaled bottles of milk, and in some
places a cow Is kept in the window,
with a sign informing the thirsty bi
cyclist or automobillst that "milk made
on the premises is the purest in Paris."
Under these circumstances it is natural
that the subject of milk adulteration is
just now receiving the attention of the
health authorities of Paris, and Dr. H.
De Rothschild has recommended that
special Inspectors be employed to ex
amine all milk sold, although he deems
that the danger of tuberculosis infec
tion from milk drinking is really less
than Is commonly imagined. On the
other band, he showed that Paris milk
Is adulterated to a great extent and is
full of impurities. He further recom
mends that a measure should be insti
tuted making it obligatory to have all
milk sterilized according to the Pas
teur method. Paris Corre. Chicago
Vou'll find watered silk In the dry
goods department and drV champagne
among the wet goods.
A Month's Teet Freo.
If yoo hsve KheumatUm. wrlto Dr. blioop, Rsrloe,
Wt..,Soi IAS, for sis buttles of his Ktieuinsllr. i jire,
eipnsse paid, beud do money. 1'sy S5.24 If cured.
Where Harsaparlll Cornea From.
During the summer many boys and
glrls and grown people, too lrne up
before the soda fountains in our cities
and call for sarsaparilla without stop
ping to think, and perhaps without
knowing what that extract Is that
gives a rich brown color to the bever
age. Sarsaparilla is taken from the
root of several species of smllax, a
great vine that grows In South Ameri
can forests. Jamaica, Mexico and Cen
tral America also export quantities of
the amllax or the extract One species
of amllax grows to prodigious size In
the treat forests of the valley of the
Amazon, and the Indians of that re
gion sell large quantities of It to whlto
merchants. The Indians dig the root
of this smllax, which sometimes
reaches nine feet in length, growing
horizontally from the stem. It Is then
dried and la usually shipped In that
state, the sarsaparilla being extracted
by manufacturers. These Indiana of
the Amazon, however, although far
down in the scale of civilization, place
great faith In the medicinal qualities of
the Juice, and perhaps the nature of
the region In which they abide Is re
sponsible for this. They show much
skill in extracting the sarsaparilla,
which Is done through a process of
De tart lee a Seherae Worked Well.
A detective was recently employed by
one of London's West End clubs to dis
cover a certain pilferer, who had
caused much annoyance to the mem
bers by helping himself to cigars and
other article! from their overcoat
pockets. The disciple of Sherlock
Homes smeared a number of cigars
with aniline dyea, placed them In the
pockets of several overcoats, and next
morning carefully scrutinizing the
moathi tl Wie club servants, with the
result that the s"lprlt waa fouad and
persuaded to confess.
Where they pay attention to the lit-
ue inings in tne orpnan asyium.
California Batea Open to Keeryone.
The low rates to San Francisco
which the Burlington Route has made
for the Epworth League meeting in
that city in July are open to everyone.
They are the lowest ever known.
From Omaha, for example, the round
trip rate to San Francisco will be only
$45. Return limit, August 31. Through
cars will be run and stop-overs allowed,
going and. returning.
It is not too early to make your
plans for the trip. To obtain full in
formation about it write to J. Francis,
General Passenger Agent, Burlington
Route, Omaha, Neb.
A man can be too confiding in
others, but never too confident in himself.
The well posted druggist advises you
to use Wizard Oil for pain, for he
knows what it has done.
Astronomy has nothing to do with
the way one theatrical star eclipses
Try Sraln-OI Try Grslo-OI
AeV vmir tlT-.-w,.,- .a-Hmv kia wam a
j - - - ''j j v.u m
package of GRAIN-O. the now food drink
thitt takes the place of coffee. The children
mar drink it. SvifWnit. Ininrv ma urnll no .1
adult. All who try It, like it. GRAIN-O has
that rich seal brotvn of Mocha or Java, but
it i4 mn.lA frnm nur. amino ar,A K.
deliaato Ktnmnh IwitlVM It wilWtt Am-
tresg. the price of coffee. 15c and 26 ctaV
wr ymiuMno. ovui vj au grocers.
Many an old toner who has never
been In Cork has seen a great many
drawings of it.
oath Dakota Farms
Is the title of an illustrated booklet
just Issued by the Chicago, Milwaukee
k St. Paul Railway, descriptive of the
country between Aberdeen and the
Missouri River, a section heretofore
unprovided with railway facilities, but
which is now reached by a new line of
the Chicago, Milwaukee A St Paul
Railway. Everyone contemplating a
change of location will be interested
in the information contained in It, and
a copy may be had by sending a two
cent stamp to F. A. Miller, General
Passenger Agent, Chicago, 111.
Big Cameras starred at Iluffalo.
"Camera fiends" who are Intending
to take everything In sight at thp Pan
American exposition will do well to re
member that the regulations restrict
ing the use of cameras on the grounds
of the Pan-American exposition, under
the concessions granted to a private
party, provide that no camera exceed
ing four or five inches shall be al
lowed within the gate3. Stereoscopic
cameros and tripods will not b8 ad
mitted under and circumstances. The
fee for the admission of cameras four
by five Inches or under will be 50
cents for a day or $1.50 for a week.
A man can be too confiding n others,
but never too confident in himself.
Ball's Catarrh Core
Is a constitutional care. Price, 75a.
A mock trial the mimic's first appearance.
a perfect liquid dentifrice fer it)
Tool.) ai Houll)
New Site SOZOOONT LIQUID, Zfc
SOZODONTTOOTH POWDER, lie
Large LIQUID aad POWDER, 75c
At all Stores, or by Mail for the prioa.
HALL tft RUCKEU Now York,
Ask your grocer for DEFIANCE
STARCH, the only 16 oz. package for
10 cents. All other 10-cent starch con
tains only 12 oz. Satisfaction guaran
teed or money refunded.
Sometimes a man thinks himself a
rare genius, but his neighbors call him
A Kir vnnr trrcxoav fnr- FIIT'F'T A VPC
STARCH, the only 16 oz. package for
ju cents, ah oiner ju-ceni siarcn con
tains onlv 12 nz. Satisfaction guaran
teed or money refunded.
Hwrere "Excrlaior Jlnand" waits
and flickers are ttm beet wntrriiroofarar.
sento In the world. Msde trom the best ma
terials and warranted waterproof. Jleae
to stsna tne roughest work ana westher.
Look lor Hie trade mark. If yonr dealer
does nothave thrm, irrite for cstslogne. 1
- Ii. M. AVYiKK eV SUA, tele Hire..
a-aat Caatbridgc, Maes,
SIXTY D0LLIRSwor,h 01 Ple goods free
In every county of the U. S. Wrlie quirk.
iW JEKbliV MFG. CO., Jersey City, M, S.
After effect the kind
makes a dog's tail wag.
Ask vour erncer fnr DRFIAKCR
STARCH, the only 16 ot. package for
10 cents. All other 10-cent starcn cuu-
talns only 12 oz. Satisfaction guaran
teed or money refunded.
Most appropriate name for a dentist
Mrs. Winslnve's Hnnthlnir slvrnn.
tat children inethlni?, softens the itums, reduces lir
flamuiatlon, allays pain.cures wind colic- SUc a bottle.
Youth has a perseverance all its
own, but the trouble is it never knows
when to stop.
Piso's Cure for Consumption is on infallible
medicine for coughs and colds. N. W. Sajuusx,
Ocean Grove, N. J., Feb. 17, 1900.
There are no elevators in the house
Druirs have their use, but don"t store them In
your toinuch. li'entan'n Pepsin Gum aids the
uuuirtu lurccs iu yiioiuj muir luiicuuuig.
There's no egg so large that it can
not be beaten.
AVfcgetable Preparationfor As
lirtg die Stomachs andBowels of
Srium.Morphine nor Mineral.
Jlx Seutx '
Aperfecl Remedy forConstipa
Tion , Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca
Worms .Conwilsions .Fcverish
ness and LOSS OF SLEEP.
Fac Simile Signature of -NEW
U13 sl.8T TUP
EXACT COPy OF WRAPPER.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
THC CCNTAUH COMMNV, NEW TORH CITY.
POOR LITTLE JOHNNY 1
AND HIS "TUMMY"!
Small boys, and many times large ones,
and occasionally girls, too, big and little,
suffer terribly from convulsive pains or
"cramps" in the bowels and stomach
pain so violent that it "doubles up" the
ones attacked, and makes it impossible for
them to stand up.
Some people call h colic, but most honest,
plain-spoken people call it "belly-ache" and very
properly, for the seat of the trouble is in the
bowels, and caused by the violent efforts of the
bowels to rid themselves of something which
doesn't belong there. The small boy usually
rets it from over-eating or from eating forbidden
ruit, and suffers mostly in the summer time.
It's spring now, and "in times of peace, prepare
for war." Let the boys and girls and the big
folks, too, for that matter, clean out the dogged
channels filled with winter bile And putrid undi
gested food, strengthen the 30-feet of bowel
canal, liven up the livers and "summer belly
ache i" will have no terrors, because they won't
happen. The way to make the body ache-proof is to use CASCARETS, gentle, sweet, fragrant
CASCARETS, the perfect system cleaners and bowel strengtheners. For fear that anybody in the
family should ever be attacked by belly-ache, keep a box of CASCARETS in the house always, and ,
remember that all pains and troubles in your insides are
QUICKLY CURED BY
W W I I .aW
JOc. ivTSr ..ajikufiuT
SOLD IN BULK.
1 1 1 1 1 1 k fca breath, bad blood, wind
llUllaL 0 "uck, bloatad bowala, foal
fa Villa anoath, baaa'achs, lBlCMtlon, plmalra,
saju after aaUatj, liver troubla, iallw complexion
aad dlaslnoaa. Whoa your bow.la don't move ran
i roar aow. la don't move rega
em. sjaaaWJMsuoa Kill, snore
dla.aaaa BBsretlaer. It la a
for the ekroale a 11 as. as. assd loaar waara af
aaTbrlag tbat eeaae afterward. No natter what
aaia too., atari laaiaa UAsMjawirrra to-day. ror vat
will never mt wall aad be well all the (Imeanul
f ou at yonr bow.la right. Take oar advleel start
Wtlh CAMJABETa to-dar. ander aa absolute gaar.
aatea saj ear or money reiaaaeo.
eisjBiiar ai.weiae sa sae wsris, s wis ssewi
' hast IMtisaeaiai.
Whaolate arweC ef
a bav. faith aad
frrml atari s, anaavsir neat tswtiaieaiai.
will sail I'ASH'ABirre ubsolatcly narasnsa la care ea
aaeaey rcfaadctf . Osbsf teaar, tsre AOa aexea, aire thaasa
.. avlal. mm u.alad. airsMitlaaa. ajidtrwaa SM
ruwa, aflar aalaa ssi
Me bas. retara tba aaaaadMe
1a b as all. or Iae .i aaalss frees
yea para a. as. It, aaa yet y war aseaay aa fr Beta
fallaw aaljrwawllllaa..tk ear
baa aaa tba csawty boa to ai
.HaUUU kSlKDI CO.,
my. HMlch will jallil.
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