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MES. EMMA FLEISSIEE
Suffered Over Ttvo Years health Wm
In a Precarious Condition Caused
By Pelvic Catarrh.
HEALTH AND STRENGTH
Mrs. Tlrnma Flyi.sMior, 1412 Fixth
A v, Seattle, Wah., Worthy Treasurer
Sons of TeiiiiKTiiiiee, writes:
suffered over (wo years with i
regular and painful periods. My health
was in a very precarious condition ana
J was anxious to fin J something to re
store my health and strength.
"I was very jrl:il to try IVrima ami
delighted to lind that it v:is doing me
good. 1 continued to u.e it a little ovei
three mouths and found 1113' troubles
" consider it a splendid medicine
and shall never be without it, taking a
dose occasionally when I feel run-down
Our liles contain, thousands of testi
monials which Dr. Hartman has re
ceived from grateful, happy women
who have been restored to health by
his remedy. 1'eruna,
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tints. Docs not rub or scale. Destroys disease-
gcrais and vermin. No washing of
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brush it on mix with cold water. Other
finishes, leariii fanciful names and mixed
with cither Iiot or cold water, do not
liavc Hiq cement In C property of
Alabastine. They are stuck on with glue,
or other animal matter, which rots,
feeding disease KerniM, rubbing:,
healing and spoiling walls, cloth
ing, etc Such Finishes must bo washed
off every year expensive, filthy work. Buy
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aes, iroKrly labeled. Tint card,
pretty whM and ceiling design, " Hints on
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will save not only time, because it
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"I , Livery for Housemaids.
Housemaids in livery are the latest
innovation in "smart" London houses.
One fashionable woman has attired
her maids in neat skirts, tight-fitting
bodices with natty double-breasted
waistcoats of yellow and black, tiny
trass buttons on either side.
This Language of Ours.
J "yes," said the slang specialist, with
lereat earnestness, "that bum baseball
'team by crooked playing, has won six
ajaJSlit games." Baltimore Americas.
11111 Mill 111 nun
gj fj AbBBkwSe
EDWARD F. SWINNEY LONG A
POWER IN FINANCIAL WORLD
Edward F. Swinney, retiring presi
dent of the American Hankers Associ
ation, has been at the head of the First
National Bank of Kansas City since !
1S90, and for three years prior to that
date held the position of cashier. He
was born near Lynchburg, Pa., in 1857,
and received his education in the pub
lic schools. In 1875 he came to Mis
Sioux Feared Massacre
Gray dawn was breaking at the Pine
Ridge agency when an Indian runner
broke headlong into the village of the
surrendered Sioux. He stopped at the
tepees of the principal warriors long
enough to shout a message, and then
leaving the camp where its end rested
against an abrupt hill, he made his
way with a plainsman's stealth to the
group of agency buildings, circling
which had extending beyond crowning
ridge after ridge were the white Sib
ley tents of the soldiers.
Breakfast was forgotten in the
troubled camp of the Sioux. The
chiefs and the greater braves rushed
to quick council, and the lesser war
riors, the squaws and the children
stood waiting with dogged patience in
the village streets.
The council was over. An old chief
shouted a word of command that was
caught up and passed quickly to the
farthest outlying tepee. An army
might have learned a lesson from that
which followed the short, sharp order.
Mounted men shot out from the vil
lage, and as fast as fleet-footed ponies,
pressed to their utmost, could accom
plish the distances every outlying
ridge was topped with the figure of
rider and horse, silhouetted against
the morning sky.
Every sentinel warrior ha'd his eyes
on the camps of the white soldiery.
Suddenly from the east of the agency,
where lay the Sixth Cavalry, there
came a trumpet call that swelled and
ended in one ringing note that sang
iu and out the valleys.
The motionless figure of one of the
hill-top sentinels was moved to instant
life. A signal ran from ridge to ridge,
anally to be passed downward into
the camp of the waiting Sioux who
sprang into action at its coming. The
pony herds of the Sioux were grazing
on the hills to the west, unrestrained
of their freedom by lariat or herds
man. In number they nearly equaled
the people of the village, a few ponies
for emergency use only having been
kept within the camp. Upon these
jumped a score of warriors, who broke
out of the shelter of the tepees for
the hills where the herds were forag
ing on the snow-covered bunch grass.
It seemed but a passing moment be
fore every pony in that great grazing
herd was headed for the village. The
animals were as obidient to the word
of command as is a brave to the word
of his chief.
During the gathering of the herds
the women of the camp had slung
their papooses to their backs, had col
lected the camp utensils and were
standing ready to strike the tepees,
while the braves, blanketed, and with
rifles in their hands, had thrown them
selves between the village and the
camps of the soldiers of Gen. Miles.
The Sioux who had surrendered less
than a week before were preparing to
stampede from the agency and to
Senator Clark's Troublesome Pipe.
This story is tcld about ex-Senator
J. S. Clark "of Calais. Me.: One day,
while awaiting his turn in a barber
shop in Calais, he was talking with a
friend, and was so deeply interested
in the conversation that he allowed
his pipe to go out several times. Each
time he would ask Melvin Noble, a
local practical joker, for a match.
About the time he wanted the fifth
match Noble said: "I don't begrudge
you the matches, Jed, but I think it
would be cheaper for you to put a
grate in your pipe and burn coal."
Great Singers "Found."
Some of the world's greatest singers
have been discovered accidentally.
Once upon a time Wachtel. the great
est tenor of his day in Germany, was
cracking his whip and hailing fares
In a musical rondo. Mme. Scalchi, the
greatest of contraltos, is said to have
called her wares in the street before
she was found for the opera stage.
Campanini, the king of tenors, was a
blacksmith, hut was heard singing like
an angel and was enabled to desert
the forge for the footlights.
souri and was made eashier of a bank
in Fayette. A few years later he be
came cashier of a bank in Colorado
City, Texas. Mr. Swinney is treasurer
of the Kansas City board of education,
and a director in the Fidelity Trust
company and the Missouri Savings as
sociation. He is also noted as an ex
pert wing shot.
make necessary the repeating of a
campaign that had lasted for months.
The Indian runner had brought word
that Great Chief Miles had ordered his
soldiers to arms in the early morning,
and that the surrendered Sioux were'
to be massacred to the last man, wom
an and child.
The medicine men had told the In
dians that this was to be their fate,
and the runner's word found ready be
lief. Gen. Miles had planned a review of
the forces in the field as a last act of
the campaign, and it was the order for
the gathering and the marching that
had been taken as an order of massa
cre by the fearful, suspicious Sioux.
Trumpet and bugle calls of "boots
and saddles" and "assembly" burden
ed the air. The troopers and "dough
boys" had fallen in, 5,000 strong. The
column started west with flags and
guidons fluttering. The head of the
command, the greatest that had been
gathered together since the days of
the civil war, reached the bluff above
the Sioux village. A shout would
have started the stampede of the sav
ages; a shot would have been the sig
nal for a volley from the warriors
lying between the white column and
What a review was that on the
snow-covered South Dakota plains
that January morning fifteen years
ago! Gen. Miles on his great black
horse watched the 5,000 soldiers pass,
soldiers that had stood the burden of
battle and the hardships of a winter's
campaign, and had checked one of the
greatest Indian uprisings of history.
The First Infantry led by Col. Shaf
fer, who afterward was in command
in front of Santiago, was there that
day. Guy V. Henry, now lying in
peaceful Arlington cemetery, rode at
the head of his black troopers, the
"buffalo soldiers" of the Sioux. Capt.
Allen W. Capron was there with the
battery that afterward opened the bat
tle at Santiago. The Seventh cavalry
was there, two of its troops, B and K,
having barely enough men left in the
ranks to form a platoon.
These two troops had borne the
brunt of the fighting at Wounded
Knee, when ninety men of the Seventh
fell killed or wounded before the bul
lets of the Sioux. When the two
troops with their attenuated ranks
rode by the reviewing general remov
ed his cap, an honor otherwise paid
only to the colors of his country.
The column filed past, broke into
regiments, then into troops and com-,
panics, and the word of dismissal was
given. The Indian sentinels on the
ridges signaled to the camp in the val
ley. In another minute there was a
stampede, but it was only that of the
thousands of Sioux ponies turned
loose and eager to get back to their
breakfast of bunch grass on the'
prairies. Chicago Post. ,
Tennyson waited for his bride ten
years. When the wedding day came
the dresses arrived too late. The
cake arrived late also. But that did
not spoil either the wedding or the
honeymoon. The couple first went to
Lynton, enjoying, as became a poet
and poet's wife, long rambles through
the woods and over the heather, in
spite of the weeping Devonshire cli
mate. Thence they passed to the
English lakes. Tennyson spoke of
the country round and about as the
Garden of Eden. Philadelphia Press.
Had Forgotten Her Contract.
The latest story about Sarah Bern
hardt illustrates her disinclination to
bother about details. A big publish
ing house made arrangements to pub
lish her memoirs and the tragedienne
promised to deliver them ready in a
year. When the time came the pub
liscr sent a man for the manuscript.
"Memoirs?" said Mme. Bernhardt,
when the messenger had stated his
errand. "Mon Dieu, I had forgotten
all about them." She haj not pre
pared a line.
ALCOHOL IN MOST MEDICINES.
Indispensable Requisite in Compound
ing of Some Prescriptions.
It is of course true that some pro
prietary medicines contain alcohol and
nearly all liquid medicines prescribed
by physicians contain it. No honest
man will defend the sale of intoxi
cants under the guise of medicine; but
every honest man should protest
against a system of wholesale denun
ciation born of malice, or ignorance
of pharmaceutical principles, and fos
tered by selfish interests. It is as
sumed that alcohol is the cause of in
temperance; but there is a great dif
ference between alcohol and whisky.
If a substitute for alcohol could be
found for use in the manufacture of
medicines, its discoverer would render
a great service to the profession of
pharmacy and the science of med
cine, for alcohol is a very expensive
ingredient and a cheaper substitute
would be gladly accepted. Unfortun
ately the word 'alcohol in the minds
of many people is associated exclu
sively with bar-rooms, drunkenness
and all forms of degradation and vice.
This is due to a lack of knowledge
by the general public of the fact that
alcohol is an indispensable requisite
in drugs, tinctures and fluid extracts.
All fluid extracts and tinctures on the
druggists' shelves contain from 20 to
00 per cent of alcohol; and of all
liquid medicines prescribed by phy
sicians more than 75 per cent contain
it in large proportions.
Alcohol is required to preserve or
ganic substances from deterioration
and from freezing, and it is also re
quired to dissolve substances not solu
ble in water, while it contributes to
their preservation when dissolved.
Diluted alcohol is largely employed in
fluid extracts; and whenever a greater
strength of alcohol is required as a
solvent (for extracting medicinal prin
ciples) the medicine is of such a char
acter as to preclude a large dosage;
and for this reason preparations, even
if containing 50 per cent or more ot
alcohol, are practically less intoxicat
ing than beer. In such cases the
character of the medicinal constituents
is such as to absolutely forbid the
taking of the medicine in any way
except in very small doses and at
stated intervals only. To assume that
any great number of proprietary med
icines are used as beverages is the
veriest absurdity. Exchange.
Famous Bow Bells.
There are no church bells in Eng
land more famed than Bow Bells.
Thev set limits to the boundaries of
Cockneydom. Americans regard all
Londoners as cockneys. But onl
those born within hearing of Bow
Bells can claim the distinction which
is supposed to confer on its possessor
peculiar privileges of speech, partic
ularly where aspinatcs are concerned
Western life Irdemnity Go.
The Policy Holders' Committee at Xo. .. Jackson
Blvd.. Chlcucn. will plte complete Information loiiI
the expenditure of Oiuou of company fund at
commission to Mr. ISopenfeld for the purchase of
Life Insurance Company of Pennsylvania hua!nef
made on or about February 2th. 16. and the ex
penditure of tSMijmo on September aith. IW. to pur
chase 8.tioa share of stock In the Security Life and
Annuity Company. r 'alue 10 per share.) Mr
Moulton. Mr. K senfe'd and Mr. Moore, the Execu
me Committee, are now cited by Jude KohNaat tc
show cause why they should not be punished fot
contempt in maklnir the lat tranacJlon. Mnk
Inquiry once. IIEUVEV I. HICKS, Chairman
Enough for a Bath.
Should an American, an English
man, a Frenchman, an Austrian, i
i German, an Italian and a Russian si
down to a table together and ordei
drinks in a quantity that would show
the relative consumption of these bev
erages by their respective peoples
'some would get enough for a bath
while others would obtain only a few
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contain Mercury,
as mercury will surely destroy the sern-e of smell
and completely derance the whole system when
entering It throueh the mucous surfaces. Such
artlC.es should never 1 u-cd except on prescrip
tions from reputable physicians, as the damage they
will d U ten fold to the Rood yon can rxsibly de
Tit e from them. Hall'tf Catarrh Cure, manufactured
by F.J. Cheney Co., Toledo. O.. contains no nier
curr. and Is taken internally, acting directly upon
the" blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In
biiTlmc Hall's Catarrh Cure ha sure you pet the
genuine. It Is taken lnteruallv and made In Toledo,
Ohio, bv F J. Cheney Co. Teriiinonlais free.
Sold bv Iruirclts. 1 rice. ."u-. per bottle.
Take Aall'a Family I'llU for constipation.
Do Amusements Amuse?
Happiness is always unconsciou:
(watch children and puppies at plaj
and you will be convinced of the fact)
but amusements, as a rule, rendei
their participants even more irritabk
and self-conscious. Lady Violet Gre
ville in the Graphic.
Important to Mothers.
Exnaine carefully every bottle of CASTOrttA.
a safe and sure remedy for infanta and children.
and see that it
la Use For Over SO Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought.
Mosquitoes and Flies.
One of the facts established within
a few years is that mosquitoes are the
deadliest of all creatures. A writer
in the Lancet adduces evidence whicb
indicates that flies, too, cause thou
sands of deaths, especially of infants
every summer, by contaminating fooc
with diarrheal germs.
Odd Rents in Britain.
The English delight in odd rents
but the oddest is a tenancy at Brook
house, in Yorkshire, where the renta"
is one snowball in June and a rec
rose in December. The rose is easilj
arranged and the snowball is now
made of shaved ice.
It doesn't take the average man
long to tell all he really knows, but
he never gets through telling whal
he thinks he knows. Chicago News.
When a man presents a woman with
an engagement ring it is equivalent
to a declaration of war.
Enjoy life today. The joys of yes
terday are past and those due tomor
row may fail to arrive.
Biting the nails is called "onchyo
page" in France and is regarded as s
symptom of degeneracy.
Withholding affection is one of tht
Btost wasteful economies in life.
The argumentative man But, my
dear fellow, I tetl you it's impossible
for the moon to be inhabited. When
t is full it is all right, but when it
wanes down to a little crescent, where
:he deuce would all the people go to?
Salt Water is Tonic.
One of the best features of a sea
bath, says the "Family Doctor," is the
salt water inadvertently swallowed by
bathers, which is a wonderful tonic
for the liver, stomach and kidneys.
STRENGTHEN THE STOMACH
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Really Cur
Indigestion Instead of Merely
There are plenty of remedies by which
you can relieve for the time heartburn,
pain and gas on the stomach and can
smother nervous sensations and induce
artificial sleep. You can humor your
stomach by giving it predigested fixd.
But when you take your next meal all
your trouble begins afresh.
There is only one sensible thing to do.
Strengthen the sfbmach ami do away
with the necessity for drugs and arti
ficial foods. The be.st remedy ever found
for this purpose is the one that was iiud
by E. E. Strong, of Capluville, Shelby
" For years," he states, " I snffered
greatly from indigestion. I tried many
different, remedies and some of them
would relieve me for a time, but the
trouble alwavs came back. About six
mouths ago 1 hud an unusually severe
attack, and while I tried everything I
had ever heard of, I found that none of
the ordinary remedies would reach the
difficulty this time.
" Oue'dav I read in a Memphis paper
how Dr. Williams Pink Pills had cured a
Michigan woman, n sufferer from chronic
dyspepsia of a most stubborn type. I
then tried the same remedy ami it
proved jnst as successful in my case. I
took only three boxes, and was cured. I
have not had the slightest symptoms of
The tonic treatment has a sound prin
ciple as its baMs. and abundant success in
.actual use. Multitndesof cases that hail
defied all other remedies have been cured
bv Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Tho pilis
actually make new blood and strikeat the
root of all diseases caused by bad blood.
Thev contain no harmful stimulants or
opiates. Everv dvspeptio should read,
What to Eat ami How to Eat." Write
th Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Schenec
tady, N.Y., for a free copy.
Eighty Per Ceut.
If by a single stroke all marriage
ties now in existence were struck off
or declared illegal, eight-tenths of all
couples would be remarried within
forty-eight hours, and seven-tenths
could not be kept asunder with bayo
nets. Eighty per cent of all marriages
are a success from a biologic point
of view. Dr. Woods Hutchinson in
Doctors in a Race.
An attraction of the last North
Georgia fair was a "doctors race."
The physicians who took part in the
contest had their horses stabled and
were themselves undressed and in bed
when the call for them was made.
When the bell rang they had to dress
and hitch their horses and drive one
mile to a certain place.
A coasting steamer was wrecked
near Sydney. The captain tied life
lines to some pigs which formed part
of the cargo. These on being thrown
overboard, quickly -swam ashore, tak
ing the lines with them. Communi
cation being thus established, every
person on board was rescued.
awa nermanently enred. Ko fits or nervousness after
MIS SSTdavsuie of Ir. KlInesGreat Nert e Kestor
ir Send for FKtCfc -J.OO trial bottle and treatise.
DK.fcfcau!I.NE?i:tdT.01Arcn Street. 1'hlIadelphU.l.
Nye Regretted Sense of Humor.
It is related that Bill Nye often
spoke, late in his life, of his gift of
rare humor as a curse. His fun palled
upon him while his readers were still
roaring. He saw himself as a buffoon,
a clown, amusing the rabble and the
idea was not sweet to him.
You never hear any one complain
about "Defiance Starch." There is none
to equal it in quality and quantity. 16
ounces. 10 cents. Try it now and save
Few men amount to much until
they have fallen in love a few times
and have been thrown down.
When what you eat makes yon
nncomfortable it is doing you very
little good beyond barely keeping
yon alive. Digestive tablets are
worse than useless, for they will in
time deprive the stomach of all
power to digest food. The stomach
must be toned up strengthened,
The herb tonic-laxative,
will do the work quickly and pleas
antly. Sold by all dealers at 25c. and 50c.
$5 to $20 ai Acre
$." to $15 for unimproved, and f12 50 to JM for
Improved. We have a larjre list of the fiuvt
land there Is. It l located In the Southwest
en part of Nebraska, where yon -an raise
coru. alfalfa, all kinds of mall rra'n. winter
wheat and all kind-, of fruit. The best kind
of water and the healthiest all-year-around
climate you can II eln. The s3il is a deep,
dark loam, no Baud, mostly :11 level, close to
towns, schools and r.iilroads. Why eo t r
ther out when you can buy pood land in Ne
braska that Is clone to a pco 1 market, for
less money than other places. Special low
rates to look over tho land. Write us for ex
cursion rales and free map of Nebraska.
HantinRfi tt Heyden. WfJ'.-i Farnam St..
Omaha, or Oxford, Nebraska.
MUST FULLY PROTECT AN INVENTION.
MASON, FEKMCI ft UWIENCE. Fateit Lawyers,
Washington, D. C, Established 1861.
Send for our 43rd Anniversary free Booklet, ehow
lne Illustrations of Mechanical Movement. Refer
ence. Bradftreet and tbouaands of at!fied cllenu.
CommunlcaUoBj confidential. Write us to-daj.
Ciitey Islati Souvenir Ptst Cards.
Six beautiful colored scene- for 25c. Coney Island
Postal Card Co., Coney Island, N. Y.
DEFIMCE Cold Water Starch
makes laundry work a pleasure. 16 oz. pkg. 10c.
Alcohol is Brain Poison.
In their annual report, an exhaus
tive document, the British lunacy com
missioners say, as a result of their
researches into the relation of drink
and insanity: "It cannot be denied
that alcohol is a brain poison."
One Man Pays for Canal.
Toulouse, France, 1ms a canal which
was built entirely at the expense of
one man. Its name is the Canal du
Midi; it was built in 1666-1681. and
cost M. Paul Riquet 6SO,000,COO francs.
Characteristics of Koreans.
The people of Korea are timid and
peaceful, the men tall, with high fore
heads, straight noses, and a graceful,
indolent carriage, the women short,
squat, and as ugly as their lords are
Hope for Them and Him.
A man has made great progress
when he has learned that some of the
people who don't agree with all his
opinions may. after all, be partly
right. Somcrville Journal.
While she is under thirty a woman
may get comfort out of the thought
that she is younger than she looks.
After that her only hope is to look
younger than she is.
The Better Part of Valor.
The courage of one's convictions is
an excellent thing, but it should never
be allowed to become unyoked from
the discretion of one's reason. Puck.
Born an American Citizen.
A son born to American parents
while traveling in a foreign country is
an American citizen, and as such is
eligible to the presidency.
Isn't He a Nice Man, Ladies.
After all, a pretty baby doesn't need
a prize. A pretty baby is a prize. And
all babies are pretty. North Adams
The penalty in Germany for adulter
ating food is six months in prison
and a fine of 1,500 marks.
One pound of washed wool produces
on an average a yard of cloth 36 in.
More Flexible and Lasting,
won't shake out or blow out; by using
Defiance Starch you obtain better re
sults than possible with any other
brand, and one-third more for same
Many a man who owns an automo
bile ought to be pushing a wheelbar
row. Defiance Starch is guaranteed biggest
and best or money refunded. 16
ounces, 10 cents. Try it now.
A good ostrich is worth $300.
THIS AD IS WORTH Scents.
Cot it out: take It to your srocen he wfll irfve
SUCK rKDiK, We wi'i give one tree to every
in America to convince her it is tiie oest ana
most convenient form of
Wont freeze, break,
spill nor spot clothes.
Once used always used.
CURE THE GWPi
IN ONE DAY I
SlwSMI&C!6AR always reliable
Vour jouuer or dlrcit truiu Ki-ctory, i'eorls, IU.
TWEITY-FIVE BUSHELS OF
WHE1T TO THE ACRE
Means a pro
pacity in dol
lars of over
$16 per acre.
This on land which has cost the farmer noth
ing but the price of tilling it, tells its own
The jnadian Government pives absolutely
free to every settler 160 acres of such land.
Lands adjoining can be purchased at from J6
to 10 per acre from railroad and other corpor
ations. Already 175,000 farmers from the United
States have made their homes in Canada.
For pamphlet "Twentieth Century Canada"
and all information apply to Supt. of Immigra
tion, Ottawa. Canada, or to following authorized
Canadian Government Agent IV. V. IJennett,
801 New York Life Building, Omaha, Nebraska.
(Mention this paper.)
timliM with ins oecnliar te
their sex. nsed as a douche it marvelonslv suc
cessful. Thoroughly cleanses, kills disease terns,
stops discharges, heals inflammation and local
Paxtine is in powder form to be dissolved m pure
water, and is far more cleansing, healing, eermiculal
and economical than liquid antiseptics for all
TOsLET AND WOMEN'S SPECIAL USES
For sale at dru agists, 00 cents a box.
Trial Box and Book cf lastnictioM Free.
Kmc R. Paxton Compant Boston. Mass.
"Fallow tie Fist"
To many points in Illinois, Indiana.
Ohio. Kentucky. Western Pennsylvan
ia. New York and West Virginia, at
GREATLY REDUCED RATES.
The WABASH has solid road-bed.
roc-k ballast, ana new equipment. Re
clining cSair cars (SEATS FREE.)
For rate, maps and all information
call at Wabash City Office. 1601 Far
nam St. or address
HARRY E. MOORES,
G. A. P. D.. Wab. R. R.. Omaha. Neb.
FOR FARMERS. Buy the cheap
en and be:. Send fur prlcra.
Chicago Seals Cow Chicago, IU.
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Eggs Fried on Pavement.
In July, says a writer in the Cana
dian Journal of Medicine and Surgery
the Washington shopkeepers, to at
tract trade, fry eggs by breaking the
shell and allowing the conttats to fall
upon the heated pavement of Penn
Our best friends' are those who re
mind us of the smart things we have
A widow can make a man believe
in her by pretending to believe in him.
. Ht UiiANBt Or LIFE
Dangers and Pain of This Critical Period
Avoided by the Uee of Lydia S. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound.
How many wo
men realize that
the .most critical
period in a wo
man s existence
is the change of
life, and that the
anxiety felt by
women as this
time draws near
is not withojft
If her system is in a deranged condi
tion, or slie is predisposed to apoplexy
or congestion of any organ, it is at this
time likely to become active and. with
a host of nervous irritations, make Ufa
At this time, also caneersand tnmors
are more liable to begin their destruc
tive work. Such warning symptoms as
a sense of suffocation, hot flashes, diz
ziness, headache, dread of impending
evil, sounds iu the ears, timidity, pal
pitation of the heart, sparks before
the eyes, irregularities, constipation,
variable appetite, weakness and inqui
etude are promptly heeded by intelli
gent women who are approaching the
period of life when woman's great
change mav be expected.
Lydia E." Piukham's Vegetable Com
pound is the world's greatest remedy
for women at this trying period, and
may be relied upon to overcomftall dis
tressing symptoms and carry them
safely through to a healthy and happy
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound invigorates and strengthens the
female organism, and builds up the
weakened nervous system as no other
Mrs A. E. G Hyland. of Chester
town, Md., in a letter to ilrs. Pick-
ham, says :
Dear Mrs. Pinkham :
"I bad been suffering with falling of tbs
womb for years and was passing through the
change of life. My womb was btully swollen.
1 had a good deal of soreness, dizzy siiells,
headaches, and was very nervous. I wroto
you for advice and commenced treatment
with Lydia E. Pinkhain's Vegetable Com
pound as you directed, and I am happy to say
that all those distressing symptoms left me,
and I have passed safely through the change
of life a well woman."
For special advice regarding this im
portant period women are invited to
write to Mrs Pinkham for advice. It
is free and always helpful. .
yon a 5c Wlcslfl
will mleem thin
ak through Tour inltlu-r. or
rM-t-fnr itn faro vaJaeof Sc it ra-
Sceind by "job In payment for a Se Wiad
Stick, or in half payment tor lOoatick.
LAUNDRY BLUE CO., CHICAGO.
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Beware of imitation.
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GRIP, IAD COLMEADAHE MD K'JRALIIA.
I won't sell Aatbrlilae to a laler who won'tOnaraato
IU Call forvuurMOXEir BACK. IF IT llO.VT COBB,
W. L. Douglas
3 J? & 3-:2? SHOES'.
W. L. Douglas S4.00 Ci. Edge Unm
cannot be equalled at any price. .
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AMY OTHER MAMVFACTVKEK.
tin nnfl RHMHu to Myem Mho cm
OlUjUUU disprove tMs statement
W. L. Douglas $3.M shoes have by their ex
cellent style, easy fitting, and snrerinr wearing
qualities, achieved the largest r aie of any S3 Jim
snoe in the world. They are Jest as good as
those that coat you $5.0O to $7.00 the only
difference is the price. If I could take you tat
my factory at Brockton, Mass., the larpest ha
tne world under one roof making men's fie a
shoes, and show ou the care with which every
pair of Douglas shoes H made, you would realize
why W. L. Douglas $3.50 shoes are the heat
shoes produceJ in the world.
If i could show you the difference between the
shoes made hi my factory and those of other
makes, you would understand why Douglas
$3.50 shoes cost more to make, why they haM
their shape, fit better, wear longer, and are ot
greater intrinsic value than any other SJ.9S
snoe on tne maricec 10-aay.
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las shoes. Take no suttitiit. Nook grnuin
without tm name an. I price Mamped ou bottom.
WANTEIK A fh'e dealer in er:ry town where
W. L. IKmirl.is Pin- are iot mM. Full line of
lamplcs sent free for in-peotiiii ujion teqnest.
Fast Color Eyelets used; they will not vcar brass f. ,
Writ for llliirtrat! Catalog of Fall Stylo
W. I DOUGLAS- BrocktOLi. 1
Heat Your Building With
And save 40 percent
on cosi and fuel.
Thousand, in use.i G
antectl. Send for free
sold by the
levee Crisicr at
W. N. U. Omaha.
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