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ll Give Warning of Approach of flore
Do you experience fits of depression with restlessness , alternating
with extreme irritability , bordering upon hysteria ? Are your spirits
easily affected so that one minute you laugh , and the next fall into con
vulsive weeping ?
Do you feel something like a ball rising in your throat and threaten
ing to choke you ; all the senses perverted , morbidly sensitive to light
and sound ; pain hi the ovaries , and especially between the shoulders ;
sometimes loss of voice ; nervous dyspepsia , and almost continually
cross and snappy , with a tendency to cry at the least provocation ?
If so , your nerves are in a shattered condition , and you are threat
ened with nervous prostration. '
Undoubtedly you do not know it , but hi nine cases out of ten this is
caused by some uterine disorder , and tne nerves centering in and about the
organs which make you a woman influence your entire nervous system.
Something must be done at once to restore their natural condition or
you will be prostrated for weeks and months perhaps , and suffer untold
Proof is monumental that nothing hi the world is better for this
purpose than Lydia E. Pinkhani's Vegetable Compound ; thou
sands and thousands of women have written us so.
How firs. Holland , of Philadelphia , suffered
among the finest physicians in the country , none of
whom could help her finally cured by Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
"DEAR MRS. PINKHAM : For over two years I was a constant suf
ferer from extreme nervousness , indigestion , and dizziness. Menstruation
was irregular , had backache and a feeling of great lassitude and weak
ness. I was so bad that I was not able to do my own work or go far in
the street. I could not sleep nights.
"I tried several splendid doctors , but they gave me no relief. After
taking Lydia E. Pinkhani's Vegetable Compound I soon began to .
feel better , and was able to go out and not feel as if I would fall at |
every step. I continued to take the medicine until cured. (
"I cannot say enough in behalf of Lydia E. Pinkhani's medicine ,
and heartily recommend all suffering women to try it and find the
relief I did. " MRS. FLORENCE HOLLAND , 622 S. Clifton St. , Phila
delphia , Pa. ( Jan. 6 , 1902. )
Another case of severe female trouble cured by
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound , after the
doctors had failed.
"DEAR MRS. PINKHAM : I was in poor health for several years.
I had female trouble and was not able to do mv housework alone. I
felt tired , very nervous , and could not sleep. I doctored with several
doctors. They doctored me for my stomach , but did not relieve me.
I read hi your book about your medicine , and thought I would try it.
I did so , and am now cured and able to do my work alone , and feel
good. I was always very poor , but now weigh one hundred and fifty
" I thank you for the relief I have obtained , and I hope that every
woman troubled with female weakness will give Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound a trial. I have recommended it to many of my
friends. " MRS. MARIA BOWERS , Millersville , Ohio. ( Aug. 15,1901. )
Will not the volumes of letters from women made strong by
.Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound convince all of the
virtues of this medicine ?
How shall the fact that it will help them be made plain ?
Surely you cannot wish to remain weak , and sick , and discour
aged , exhausted with each day's work. You have some derange
ment of the feminine organism , and Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound will help you just as surely as it has others.
The new Spanish kinc may as well
taake up his mind to spend the next
fifty years watching for anarchists.
If Cuba finds that ib cannot get
along without a guardian , Mr. Paliua
knows this nation's telephone nutn-
The extravagance which buys what
it does not need soon comes to be
Ithe poverty which needs what ic can-
'not ' buy.
CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS.
Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Dae
In time. Sold by druggists.
IN.N.U. 779-28.YORK , NEB.
A Brooklyn man objects to a me
morial park in Plymouth square in
honor of Henry Ward Beecher for the
reason that he was noi a man of na1
tional reputation. A lot of old sub
scribers would like to know who it
was that made Brooklyn famous.
Some people get most excited when
talking about nothing.
A wise man is slow about Kivinp
advice. So is a fool about taking it.
A good many people of kindly dis
position have grown very weary ol
Too much must not be expected ol
Cuba for a season. Give the little
repulic a chance.
Schemes which looked like less
work and more money have spoiled
the lives of a multitude.
Bound to Get There
u Don't you think , " said the ger
erous minded man , "that you woul
feel more kindly toward your politic !
rival if you could imagine yoursel
in his place ?
My dear sir , answered the enei
getic gentleman , "mere imaginatio
won't do. I'm going to put mysel
'in ' his place if it can be managed
He has one of tbe best places in tb
government service. "
DO YOU WANT YOUR
TO EARN /
7 PER CENT INTEREST
TTrlt me for particulars of a safe , ce < : ure
ment paying leven per cent on amounts of one hundre
dollars or more. BANK REFEHEXCES.
W. H. HOKE. York , Penna.
For Aged People.
Bellflower , Mo. , July 0. Mr. G. V.
Bohrer of this place lias written au
open letter to the old men nnd women
of the country , advising them to use
Dodd's Kidney Pills as a remedy for
those forms of Kidney Trouble so com
mon among the aged. Mr. Bohrer says :
"I suffered myself for years with my
Kidneys and urinary organs. I was
obliged to get up as many as seven or
eight times during the night.
" 1 tried many things with no suc
cess , till I smv one of Dodd's Almanacs
and read of what Dodd's Kidney Pills
were doing for old people.
"I bought two boxes from our drug
gist and began to use them at once. In
a very abort time I was well. This ia
over a year ao , and my trouble hae
not returned , so that I know my cure
was a good , genuine , permanent one.
"I believe Dodd's Kidney Pills are a
splendid medicine for old people or
anyone suffering with Kidney and
urinary troubles , for although I am 84
years of age , they have made me well. "
A Yale Test
An exchange tells this st ry of a
Yale senior , who had just proposed
to a young lady.
"Yes , 1 will be yours on one con
"That's all right , ' he , unabashed ,
responded , "I entered Yale with
I find Piso's Cure for Consumption the
best medicine for croupy children. Mrs.
F. Callahan , 114 Hall street , Parkersburg -
burg , W. Va. , April 10 , 1901.
The Part He Took
College President : "So you confess
bhat the unfortunate young man was
carried to the pump and there
3rencbed with water. Now Mr. Sop. ,
what oart did you take in this dis
graceful affair ? "
Undergraduate meekly : "The left
eg sir. "
Your Dealer for Allen's Foot Jinbe ,
i. powder to shake into your shoes. It
ests the feet. Cures Corns , Bunions ,
swollen , Sore , Hot , Callous , Aching ,
Sweating feet and Ingrowing Nails.
Lllcn's Foot-Ease makes nevr or tight
hoes easy. Sold by all druggists and
hoe stores , 25c. Smple mailed FREE.
Allen S. OlmstedL Le Rox. N. Y.
Well , cook , and what did you think
> f it ? "
"Why , mum. she sang beautiful
ust as if she was a-gargling. "
S100 Reward , 1OO.
The readers of this paper will be pleased to
earn that there is at least one dreaded disease
: hat science hu been able to cure In a'l Its
stages , aad that b Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
5 tne onlr poritlTe euro known to tne medical
fraternity. " Catarrh bcinp a constitutional dls-
sase. requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken Internally , acting directly
> n the blood and mncous surfaces of the- system ,
thereby destroying tht feundatlon of the dis-
ase. and glTlnr the patiemt strength by bnlUlng
ip the constitution and assisting oatur * in doing
its work. The proprietors haye M much faith in
its eiiratlTe powers that they offer One Hundred
Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send
for list of testimonials.
Address. F. J. CHENEY & CO. , TohJde , 0.
Sola by Drugpists , 7Cc.
Hall's Family Mils are the best.
Mrs. Wlnslow's SOOTHING SYRUP for chil-
Jmi teething , softens the eums , reduces inlla-
natlon , allays pain cures colic. Pi ice 25c bottle
Some people give the impression
that they are wound up and can't
stop bill they run down.
Your breakfast will prove more sat-
isfyinc if you put in an hour of the
2arly morning killing weeds ,
Some peonle still write it "preven-
bative. " There is no such word in
bhe language of our common country.
From the way jointists are carrying
Dp in Topeka it looks as though Car
rie Nation would have it all to do
Greatest in the World
A MILLION AMBBIOAN BEAUTIES keep their blood pure , their complexion soft and olear ,
their breath sweet and their whole bodies active and healthy with OASOABETS Candy
Cathartic. The quick effects of OASOABETS as system cleaners and blood purifiers ; their
promptness in curing pimples , boils , blotches , liver-spots , blackheads , and in sweetening a
tainted breath , have become known through the kind words of ladies who have tried them.
Hence the sale of nearly A MILLION BOXES A MONTH. The quickest , surest , way to beauty
is to cleanse the blood , for Beauty's Blood Deep. The first rule for purifying the blood is to keep
the bowels free , gently but positively. OASOABETS Candy Cathartic are the only medicine
to do it. All druggists , lOc , 25o , 60c. Never sold in bulk. The genuine tablet stamped O O O.
Sample and booklet free. Address Sterling Bemedy Co , , Chicago or New York. ga
CRAZE FOR NOVEL READING.
fnblUher Think * "Literary" Courae
Drive Many to It.
"It Is a bad day for the publlshe
when the book buyer begins to read ,
Is the epigram of a New York publlst
er. The author of the epigram dls
cussed In the Times the Increase o
novel reading and Its effect upon th
demand for books other than flctlor
Only within the last tc-n years , he sale
had the great demand for fiction bee :
the most striking fact of the publisli
ing and book-selling business. LOUJ
before that time fiction had becom
the most important item in the Unite <
States , but never before had so man ,
successful novels been published.
He set down the Increased clrcula
tlon of novels to the growth In popula
tion , wealth and education , and wa
hardly inclined to allow a suggestioi
that on the average the quality of fie
tion had greatly improved -withi ]
twenty or twenty-five years. Neve
before was the financial success o
novelists , so much talked , about an <
written about , and the effect was t
stimulate novel writing. Not only ar
there more novels than ever befor
published , but there are vastly mon
than ever before rejected by the pub
It was doubtful , the publishe
thought , whether the Increase In thi
reading of fiction had lessened the read
ing in other departments of literature
Many of the new readers of fiction an
persons who would read nothing else
and lovers of poetry , criticism , histori
and biography have not been drawi
away from their favorite subjects b :
the fact that unknown young men am
women write novels that sell by th <
hnudreds of thousands. A large par
of the most intelligent and cultivate <
readers gives very little time to nev
fiction. The fact that the colleges ant
universities are giving more attentioi
to the study of fiction as a literary
manifestation has given fiction an Im
portance that it did not once have.
Another thing that the colleges ar <
doing , the publisher thought , had less
ened the reading of books' ' proper t <
literature that is , the requirement
that students preparing for collegi
shall read and study by way of tast
masterpieces of literature which niosi
such young persons In the natura
course of their development would no' '
reach for years after they had finished
their preparatory course. The effeci
was to drive many such students awaj
from literature and make it hateful tc
them because they associated It with 3
distasteful tak. Doubtless many suci
young men and women fled joyfully
from the classics of the language tr
the lightest and roost ephemeral ol
RELIC OF SHAKESPEARE IS
SOLD FOR A HIGH PRICE
An interesting Shakspearean relic
recently sold , in London was the arm
chair made from the wood of the mul
berry tree planted by Shakspeare ir
New Palace garden , Stratford-on-Avon ,
The pedigree of the chair Is unques
tionably authentic , sinee its history
can be traced right from the" time ol
A SHAKESPEABEAN EELIC.
the famous tree being cut down to th
present day. It formerly occupied a
honored place in the "Stratford Arms ,
Stratford. When the proprietor diet
in 1845. it passed into the possessio
of his dauguter , then to that daugl
ter's niece , by whom it was for som
time exhibited in Sheffield public mi
scum , Weston Park. At the sale thi
relic was sold for $750.
A Schoolboy's Mistake.
In a public school in the northwes
section of Philadelphia it is the cuj
torn for the supervising principal t
receive "Good morning" and "Goo <
afternoon" ' from the pupils on entei
ing and leaving the school. It wa
rather repulsive for one boy , wh
evaded the custom as often as possi
ble. One Friday afternoon he salutei
the principal with this startling fare
well , "Go to the devil , " professor , " am
ran out of the school. The professo
became very angry over the affair am
thought over several plans of punish
ment to mete out on the followinj
Monday morning. Monday mornini
came , and with it the boy , who sat 01
a bench outside the classroom. TVhei
the professor appeared he began ti
cry , and loudly exclaimed : "Oh , pro
fessor , don't expel me ; we were goinj
to move away from here on Friday
and now we ain't. " It is needless t <
say he was not expelled.
Stubb Why Is It more women can
not discover the "secret of success ? "
Penn Oh , because when it reaches
them it Is no secret.
Magistrate What Is your occupa
Witness I'm a lawjTer , your honor.
Magistrate Well , try to forget ij
while giving your testimony.
"Captain , " exclaimed tbe rlcb
philanthropist , ID a burst of gen
erosity "I want to do something to
assist you In your noble work. What
shall it be1
"Well" , said tbe captain of the
Salvation Army company , bis honest
face flushing with pleasure "any
little gift of money would be accept
able , of coiise. but what we moso
need is a cornet player that can reach
F with' ut making a squawk of it. " ,
How to Keach a Boy's Heart.
Study his parentage and home in-
Observe closely his likes and dis
likes , ap itudes. temper , companions ,
C < nveise ofteo with him in a
Ask as to his purposes and am-
Lend him books.
Interest yourself in his sports.
Speak to t.iui of the lessons in the
lives of uood men.
Tell him of vour own struggles in
b yhnoo or irirlbo with adverse cir
lu brief , be his friend ; when he
leaves school and neighborhood keep
informed as to his whereabouts by
correspondence Western School
Straw Hats are here
-Mr Ktrtn now * tl drink it all
wininier : it cools anil r
freahes. A package makes
five Kollcma. Sol )
I where ,
CniULKS E. BIK S
Eihero , Fa.
ELY'S CREAM BALM
It la placed into the nostrils ,
ipreads orer the membrane
and is absorbed. Belief is IID-
mediate. It ia not drying , does
cot produce sneezing.
DrogglsU , BO eta. or by malL
BLY BEOS,66 Warren 8 U. If.T.
Let this Coupon be your Messenger of Deliver
ance from Kidney , Bladder , and Urinary Troubles.
It's the people who The reason yod cau get
doubt , and become cured this trial Tree is bociiuso
whilw they doubt who th y cure Kiduey Ilia and
prai.se Uoau's Fills the will prove it to you.
Aching backs are eased. Kidney BRANCH. MICH.
Hip , back , and loin pains Bonn's Kidney Pills hit the
overcome. Swelling of the Pills , case , which was an unusual.
limbs and dropsy signs P1CE. SO C1MTS. desire to urinate had to get
vanish. up fire or six times of a night
They correct urine with I think diabetes was well un
brick dust sediment , high der way , the feet uid ankle *
colored , pain in passing , swelled. There was an in
dribbling , frequency , bed NAME. tense pain in the back , th #
wotting. Doan'a Kidney Pills heat of which weald feel like
remOTB calculi and grarel. P. O putting one's hand up to a
Relieve heart palpitation , lamp chimney. I hare used
sleeplessness , headache , 8TATE- tbe fre trial and two fafl
nervousness , dizziness. Tor fifo trial bor. mall this coupon to boxes of DO&B'C Pills with tb *
TATLOMVIUJE , Mi s. "I SVwtur-MUburn Co. . Buffala. N. T. If abor uticf action of f eflllnr that I
tried everything : for a weak space U iniufflcient , * rit tulilr M on sepa am cured. They are the rem
back and got no relief until I rata dip. edy par excellence. "
used Doajfa Pills. "
J. N. Lrwis.
. and $3.82 Shoes XfiiSS
You can B re from S3.OO t 86.OO 7erly
"They are just as rood In er ry war * a the * tkaft
have boon costing yon from $ < -00 to | 5.00. Th *
immeme al of W. L. Doagla * tboei prorw
their superiority OTer all other mak § .
ild by .reUll ihoe dealers eTcrywh r ,
Tlv genuin * hare name anfl prlc
stamped on th bottom Take no
ubatltnte. Fait ColorEytltttvud.
r * . L , . DouclM 94 Gilt Kdf
Une cwmot b quolZad.
nt ny prio
" . makaa and sails mor m n'
"W. I Douirlax
of lunnlnp Ihn bottom *
TheDonclas tterrt proetut wait ( hand-s v < l iprooesi ) ahoen
prodam i rf > flaxlhl * Md I BRIT in th world.
th n nyolh rt n r . Thel K8JJ.21"W. any th r manufacturer
iWd the p f nr jenr * . whlfh pro" * lt ap rlorHy. $25,000 Rewards
. . ,
ISM SalN * ,3ftS s the beat iitpontd via 4merieaa leattttu.
Is now used throughout the United States in the treatment of hog
cholera , swine plague , ergot diseases , corn stalk disease , pink eye , foot
and mouth disease , scurvy , mange. Texas itch , scabs and all germ dis
eases of domestic animals
deposited in City National Bank of York , Xeb. , ana
Sheidon State Uank , Sheldon , l .iri.to : be paid to
$100.00 anyone fir cling any of t lib foSlo wing testituomuls not
genuine. : : : : : : 5 ; : : : : : : t
St. Paul , NebApril9 , ' 03.
National Medical Co.
Gentlemen : This i * to certify that 1 have
used Liquid Koal for ergot disease in cattle
and believe it to oe a cure for this dUia e
irom the experiments 1 huve made , but be
lieve it ought to be used when the animal
is first taken with the disease. And for a
lice killer it can't be betit by anything I
know of. Yours respectfully.W.
W. L. LITTLE.
/ .vard , Neb. . Dec. 5.1902.
Liquid Koal , imanufactured und sold by
National Medic I Co. , York , Neb , is a ne
cessity to any faimers ra sing stock Several
instances of its efficiency have come under
my personal notice. JOHN HARVEY ,
Ex-Mavor , Sevrard.
Wausa. Neb. , Dec. 18 1902.
I consider Liquid Koal one > f the best
articles for all around purposes on the
market. For mites and lice in the chicken
houses and for lice on calves and horses it is
the best and cheape&t thing I have ever
found. Liquid Koal ought to be on every
farm. CHAS. BERGANHAGER.
ColerJdge , Neb. , Dec. 8.1902.
I can say that your L. K. is the best in-
ect destroyer that I ever used. It will not
injure the eggs when used on setting hens.
I find It the best all around stock medi-ine
that I ever had on the place. 1 advise
erery farmer to keep a supply on han < i.
C&//1 \ > vSKnRTfr *
Meet eT ry requisite of the impromptu
or hot weather meal. .
Potted Dm , Beat an * Team , Oz Ttirat ( Wtoie ) ,
Veal Loif. Dsrlkd htm. Brisket Bed ,
SH < 4 Sacked Bed. Etc.
All natural flavor foods palatable and whole
some. Your croccr should have them.
' rP1 * < " > klel "How to K.k. Good Thin * ,
to Eat. " Bond fiv.2oit.mp. for IJbb/'n biZAtl
of th World.
Ubby. McNelll & Llbby , Chicago , III.
All tbe troubles of tbis world are
born witb wiogs.
Knew tbe daughter "Well have
you found a stage career all that ; you
boped ? Has Dame Fortune smiled on
' 'I haven't met the old lady yet.
Hut I know her daughter ; we have
travelled together for several years. "
"Her daughter ? "
' -Yes Miss Fortune.Kansas City
I The Vast Are i ofthU Roranrk-
ublc Agricultural Cauatry ara
attracting morn attention than
any other district ia the world.
"THE GRANARY Of THE WORLD. "
"TUE LAND OF BCKSniNE. "
The XATUEAL FEEDING GROUNDS for STOCK ,
Area nndrr Crop In 1002 1,987,80 Acre * .
Yield In l 0-llT,923T64JJnshels.
Abundance of Witter ; Fuel. Plentiful. Cheap Build
ing Muterinl ; Good Orn x for pasture * * and Hur.n fertile
soil , u sufficient rr.iEfull , and a climate Klring an
assured and adequate neaion of ( growth. Homatteiid
L.ir.d. of 100 Aero * J ro clo e to Chorchee. Schools ,
etc. ; lUilnursUp all nettled districts.
Hind for Atlna and other literature to Snprrin.
ten dent of Imml retloit , Ottawa , Canada , or
to W. V. Bennett , 801 New Yorlc Life Bid * . . Omaha.
Neb. , Ageut for the Government of C'cnadaWho will
hupplj you with certlflcuU ) civiuu jou reduced ruilirsr
rates , etc.
llartington. Neb. , Dec. 10,1902.
National Medical Co. , York. Neb.
Dear -Ir : I am a user of Liquid Koal and
am well pleased with it. I would not try
to do without it as I find it useful in a great
many ways. I have had no sick hogs since I
commenced using it a year uo. ; In my
opinion it is the best and cheapest hog
cholera preventative on the market todav.
You can use this as you wish. Anyone
wishing to know more about this pleasa
write me. ENOCH ELY.
Sevrard , Neb. , Nov. 28,1201.
To Whom It May Concern :
This is to certify that I have bought the
third lot of Liquid Koal from the Nutlona
Medical Co. , and think it the best erm de
stroyer , appetizer and disinfectant that
have ever used. I have had occasion to us
it on two ditterent horses this summer fo
very severe wounds , and found It the bea
and cheapest remedy I ever tried ; would
not be without it on mv place.
W. B. FKANCI3.
Delmont. S. D.
I have used your L. K. , and think it is a
good preventive and .disinfectant. I used
it as a n. edlcine for all Kinds of stock and
chickens. I had two cows that were sick
and would not eat and I used L. K. and it
helped them. I al o used it as a hog cholera
preventive , and think it is all right
G. H. PATRICK.
One Quart Can Sl.OO T > n Gallon Keg , p r gallon S2.5O
One Gallon 3 OO 25 Gallons , half bbt. . per gal. . . . 2.35
tire G llonH , per gallon 2.75 | | CO Gallon- bbl. , per c i 2.OO
A 25c 32-page Book on Gcrtn Dmeastg of Animals Sent Free on Application.
National Medical Co. Sheldon , Iowa.
. York. Neb.
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