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By Lydia E. Pinkham's
r\ _7 *" Do Forest, "Win.?
d&Rtbax. "After an operation
four years ago
I had pains downward
in both sides,
:,ll^5 tpf baekacho, and a
||1 Tr : weakness. The doc<^>
A tor wanted ino to
\ Pf liave another operai?
'vv, li<>n. Ltook l.vdia E.
Wtfv I'inkham's Vegeta"f'/y>^rr^Wi
' \ 'do Compound and
7 -1"/' / ? '' ' am entirely cured
( i / > l..f my troubles."?
Mrs. Augvstk "Vksriutmanjf, De Forest,
Another operation Avoided.
2\'t'\v uleans, l.a.?"For years I suff?t?m1
from severe female troubles.
Pinally 1 was conlined to my bed and
the doctor said an operation'was ncfoseary.
I Rave Lydia E. Piukham's Vegetable
Compound a trial first, and
was saved from an operation." ? ^Ir.s.
IjIly Pkyuoux, llll KerlereeSt., Iv'ew
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tat Lynn, Mass. Her advice is
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He Was a Boston Boy.
"Your little boy must be very intelligent,"
said a visitor to a Boston
school teacher whose five-year-old son
was forming Greek words with building
""Intelligent!" exclaimed the proud
parent. "He Is phenomenally gifted
As an example of his early erudition,
what do you stippose were the first
Words ho ever spoke?"
" 'Papa' and 'mamma?' "
"Clnff n|?n,.lntn/1 ? ?W,
oi u 11 aitvi iniiiav unr . Ljdvuinnw ui?.
father, in a tone of disgust. "Why, the
day ho was 1J mouths old he suddenly
laid down his algebra and said to me:
'Father, the longer I live the more indubitable
proofs I perceive that there
Is In Boston as much culture to the
square inch as there ever was In the
Ambient area of ancient Athens!'"
With a Sour Laugh.
A Chicago editor lias brought from
London an amusing story about Humphrey
"Humphry Ward," he said, "was in
bis bachelor days, a really well knowi
art critic. But now!
"1 met Humphry Ward at a dinner
dn Soho, and he said to me, with a
" 'When a Rlrl wants to retire from
the world and be lost in oblivion, she
lia5 to filter a nunnery, inn a man,
to achieve the same end, need only
marry a famous woman.' "
A Condition, Not a Theory.
A sociologist, In conversation with a
practical person from the middle west
concerning the labor problem in her
part of the country thereby learned
the lesson of the situation.
"Are there many men out of work?''
The lady admitted that there were
Quito a number
"What," said he then, "do the unemployed
"Nothing," said the lady. "That's
the trouble ' Youth's Companion.
"T3 If 1 nn To 11 ir.and Built U D on
Tlie mistake is freqiu ntly made of
trying 1" build up a worn-out nervous
system on so-call' ! tonics- drugs.
New malt rial ! i >:n which to rebuild
wasted nerve cells is what should he
supplied, and this can be obtained
only from proper t od.
"Two years ago 1 found myself or
tho verge of a complt te nervous col
lapse, due to ov? rwork and - 'inly, itn?
to illness in the family," writes a Wis
con sin young mother.
"My friends became alarm* d be
cause ( gr? w pal'- ami thin and coal
not sleep nights. 1 took various tonic
prescribed by physicians, but the!
efft eta wore off shortly after
stopped taking them. My food di
not seem to nourish me and 1 gaine
no llesli nor blood
"Heading of Grape-Nuts, I d<
termined to stop the tonics and sa
what, a change of diet would do.
ate Grape Nuts four times a da}
with cream axd drank milk also, wei
to bed early after eating a dish <
"In about, two weeks I was sleepii
soundly. In a short time gained !
pounds In weight and felt like
<11 fferent woman. My nine aaiinui
whom I was obliged to keep out
school laat spring on account
chronic catarrh lias ch.'ing? d from
thin, pale, nervous child to a ros
healthy girl and has gone back
school this fall.
"(Irapc-XutH and fresh iir wcro t
only agents used to a< compllsh t
Read "The Rond to Wellvlllo,"
pk?3. "Them's a Reason."
Hr?r renri the nhovr letter? A n
nnr iipprnrn from time to time. Tli
nre genuine, true, imil full of hum
zio/ir /f?A?sy/s>v w;r jrryYA/?r
A SHORT time ago word came
to Prince Rupert that a big
strike had been made; near
Stewart. Where the Portland
canal divides British Columbia
and Alaska there are Prince Rupert
and Stewart, one at th* head of the
canal and one at the beginning, twn
mining camps just emerging from the
tented stage and talking about streets
and sewerage, quite confident of gre u
ness in the near future.
When the news came first Stewart
was Stewart Camp. Already It is re
spectfully called Stewart Town ant
Stewart City. The population has
I jumped from l,f?OU to b.OUO, ami ever}
I boat Is bringing crowds. Thu tents
j that wor<5 disappearing ciimo bad
again in full force to house the Im
migrants, and keeping :i hoardini
house Is a bettor way of getting ricl
than even shouldering a pick.
In Knglnnd when the news came i
created a sensation The l.ondoi
j Times correspondent described th
engineers who had struck the gold a
! reporting that a thousand stamp
could be worked for a hundred year
1 on ground they had traversed an
1 scarcely mark the reef, which is man
i miles in length, ar.d In places mot'
, than "J.uro net tilgli The engineer
declare this \.ill prove me greuiej
: mineral dlseovery < ver made. '
in return mo calde sent wor I froi
, England to ( amid i (lint thousands ?
i men were zoning ready to set lort
| and seek their tortiines in tho woi
, derlnnd ot the north, and rtint tl
I ! greatest excitement prevailed.
I Later dispatches were inort call
i 1 lng It seemed that the new lieu
were no Tom Tiddler- ground, wtiei
I one mlKht go "picking up gold ar
. 1 silver," hut even in the reaction the
was no lack of conttrmatlon ol tl
fact that a remarkable discovery n;
il hci n made The gold is th<-r*\ and tl
; dominion < hlef geologist gives his <
r I n? la 1 sanction td the statement th
I the find Is valuable, and that there
d room for tin- prospective ininerB. Or
d the reward will not probably bo
spectacular as in the ease of tho ^
[? kon mines.
io It seems pretty certain, howev
I that the strike in the most Importr
since Klondike days, and people f
it ; Hocking to the little town and the he
i>f of Hm Portland canal it is estlmnl
that in the first three weeks after t
)g report of the discovery 15,000 perse
L'() } were on their way to the fields. 'I
U j little coastwise steamers from Moat
or I were crowded, and from Vancou
of the bout to Prince Rupert la tak
of close to 100 passengers every f
ty. First reports say thai a single pr
to erty has shown $25,000,000 worth
gold, and that another posses
ho enough to keep a miner working 1
he a century. Whether this Is exagg<
t?d or not, It appears to be quite t
In that gold found at the head of
canal Is an?fiylt)K at $'J00 to the
and various old Klondike miners <
inn ,,re on t>10 sPot havo remarked lac
cfclly thy.t It Is "good ououkU
/y/////>t? 04AJPA7 6/rrr/t CJ??~&<
them." There are some men famous
In thf> annuls of mining adventure who
have gono back to the love of their
youth and disappeared into the British
Columbia wilderness with their kits on
i no onicers 01 tno geological survey
at Ottawa, while admitting the richness
of the country, warn intending
miners of the difficulties of the trip.
Prince Rupert is the objective point of
the Grand Trunk Pacific's proposed
line through Hritish Columbia, and the
Hritish Columbia & Alaska railway la
intended to pass near, but neither of
those roads is as yet built.
So far the engineers and prospectors
who have left Stewart and gone
into the heart, of the gold tields have
had great difficulty in getting enough
| food, to nay nothing or carrying
I blankets and Implements. The town
c >tands at the month of a Utile river
Known as Hear Creek, a stream running
through a valley only a mile
wide. On either side rises a wall of
mountains, precipitous and sometimes
as high as f>,000 feet. In theso raoun|
tains lies not only the gold, hut many
other valuable minerals, and they have
j to he sealed somehow. It is hard
I enough work without the task of car
I rying supplies, and for men burdened
] with baggage the difficulties are
j great. There will he considerable snf
j lering and privation for a time, al
I I least.
The residents up that way, oddlj
enough, are not wildly enthusiastic
. over this gold discovery. Minera
wealth is an old story to them. The]
are in the country not to mine but "
, build and trade and farm, and thej
' ' like the emphasis laid, when otn
talks <i! their province;, not on gold
t with its suggestion of boom and din
order and more or less riot, but on tin
agricultural richness of the land.
s tioid mining seen s a bit crude b
.. i hem. a tilth; nouveau riche and vul
? gar it is true that many of tii
,1 Prince Kupert people have bough
v picks and set forth lor the mountains
( but they are not the "old families" o
,R the communities.
it Producing aimuallv ever 70 per cen
ot (lie loud mineral net put ol the d(
n minion, iirittsli Columbia is essentiall
t tin ir/iiil nri ii'lnnn *1 .! IWKI'I Th
>1 h"'>? . ..
ji early miners ol the Kraser in |}>r>8 an
n. lollowmg years wnshfi. out In rockei
ici I ircini benches ana creeks $f>0,00o,0(
' worth ol In*#- ko"I nuKBOts. Since (In
n ilino Hritisn CoinmOia has produce
|s ] over $ 11 l.oiK .000 m gold and $18T>,Ci>i
rt. (((JO in other minerals, in 10(17 ihu ml
,,i j eral production was $26,000,000 at
i (. ! I here are stil. 2f)0,000 square miles
unexplored mineral lands open I
xi i I ree prospectingtj?>
j The Miller Creek mines on Portlai
ol 'canai now claim the world's attentio
iiit ' <>: live years mining operations ha
|s been carried on in this district quiet
ilv conservatively, and with no cry In t
ils marketplace. Gold hat- been lou
the ImiiWr nt ilif H(>:ir nvpr n
all three ot 11 h tributaries?Mitt
or creek, (iincier creek and Amerlc
ire The tili; reef of Mltter creek Is
nd gray-white porphyo dyke from 11
>ed feet to 2') feet wldo and miles
he length. Imbedded (n the reef t
>ns veins of quartz from two feet to
'he teen feet wl<l\ presenting on the a
tie face a hoiwj e??mbed appearance, c
Vcr recent assay from which gave a
Iiik turn of $19.20 per ton In gold wltt
ow trace only of silver.
On tho north fork of Mltter creek
op. ' the oldest property In Portland cai
of the Roosevelt, a sample shipment
HC8 <Ji i.w... ..
lalf total valut'H of $42.05 per ton.
ra- ' For the wholo dlstanco of tho
rue 1 Reef evory claim Ib ntaked, 80 anyi
tho wishing to acquire property now rn
ton, buy from or through an original
ivho rat or. The govorr mont la bulldln,
onl pack trail up Hitter creek, and i
for s 1:< i!i! greatly help development.
fHOUGHT SHE HAD PRACTICED
Frenchman's Suspicions Really Some- "
thing of a Compliment to the
Men of America.
Claude Gralmme White, tlie English s
aviator, praised, at a dinner in Now
York, the good fellowship of Americans.
"The American woman is regarded
abroad as an angel," lie said. "The 1
man is admittedly a good fellow, but ^
an angel lie is far from being.
"You've heard of the Frenchman
perhaps, whose sweetheart spent the
summer In America? Alter lie'- return J
the poor Frenchman seemed quite i
"'What's the matter with you?' a
"'I am worried,' the other muttered,
'about my fiancee. You see, since her
return from America she kisses so
much better than she used to.' " J
AN INTOLERABLE ITCHING
"Just about two years ago, some
form of humor appeared on my scalp.
The beginning was a slight itching but
it grew steadily worse until, when I
combed my hair, the scalp became
raw ana me cnaa 01 me comu-ieeui
would be wet with blood. Most of the
time there was an intolerable itching,
in a painful, burning way, very much
as a bad, raw burn, if deep, will itch
and smart when flrst beginning to
heal. Combing my hair was positive
torture. My hair was long and tangled
terribly because of the blood and
scabs. This continued growing worse
and over half my hair fell out. I was
in despair, really afraid of becoming
"Sometimes the pain was so great
that, when partially awake, 1 would
scratch tho worst places so that my
finger-tips would bo bloody. I could
not sleep well and, after being asleep
a short time, that awful stinging pain
'?would commence and then 1 would
wake up nearly wild with the torture.
A neighbor said it must bo salt rheum.
Having used Cuticura Soap merely as
a toilet soap before, I now decided to
order a set of the Cuticura Remedies
i ?Cuticura Soap, Ointment and IMlls.
I used them according to directions
for perhaps six weeks, then left off,
as tho disease seemed to be eradicated,
but toward spring, eighteen
months nen. there was a slieht re
turn of tho scalp humor. I com,
menced the Cuticura treatment at
otice, so had very little trouble. On
my scalp I used about one half a cake
of Cuticura Soap and half a box of
Cuticura Ointment in all. Tho lirst
time I took six or seven bottles of Cuticura
l'ills and the last time three
bottles?neither an expensive or tedious
treatment. Since then I have
had no scalp troublo of any kind.
Standing up, with my hair unbound, it
j comes to my kner-s and had it not been
for Cuticura I should doubtless be
| wnouy nam.
"This is a voluntary, unsolicited testimonial
and I take pleasure in writing
it, hoping my experience may help
! someone else. Miss Lillian llrown,
R. P. D. 1, Liberty, Me., Oct. 29, 1909."
e Weeks?Why aro you stopping'
t Vou didn't run over that man.
. Swiftly?I know it. 1 Just want t(
f see what ails the steering gear.
t. SICK, SOUR, UPSET STOMACH
y Indigestion, Gns, Heartburn or Dya
rs?ncin rjciipv/cd Five Minutes After
(1 Taking a Li11Diapepsin.
>0 Hero is a harmless preparatloi
it which surely will dlgost anything yoi
'd eat and overcome a sour, gassy or out
). of-ordor stomach within live minutes
it If your meals don't fit comfortablj
id or what you eat lies like a lump of lea
of in your stomach, or if you hav<? hear
Di burn, that is a sign of Indigestion.
(Sot from your Pharmacist a f>o-c< r
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>n' a dose Just as soon as you can. Ther
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ly, undigested food inlxod with acid, n
he stomach Kits or heartburn, fullness (
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left over In the stomach to poison yoi
a breath with nauseous odors,
ve I'ape's Dlapepsin Is a certain cu
in for out-of-order st machs, because
iro takes hold of your food and digests
(If. Just the same, as If your stoma
ur- | wasn't tnere.
>nu I Kellof In five* inlnutes from all sto
rt,. aoh misery Im waiting for you at a
, a : drug store hero In town.
Those large f.O-ernt oases of Pap
jg Dlapepsln contain morn than -uniclr
Ull to thoroughly euro almost any ease
nf Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Gastritis
iye i any other fftomaeh disorder.
Knlcker- How many will your n
, tor car hold1
IJOCKOr l-IVC :> I'M nr.n
K a Women uav. to sha
tula hands for the purpose of trying
shake secrets out of each other.
Reporter In Luck.
City Editor (hurriedly)?Anything
ew auoui iuui suiciue in me 01. rasnjn
Reporter?Not much. The man was
stranger, about my size. Shot himelf
with a 32-cnliber revolver. Had
n a dress suit at the time. The body
ad been taken to the morgue.
City Editor?'Bout your size. That's
ucky. 1 want you to report a big soiety
wedding in an hour. Rush
.round to the morgue and ask the
'Hiinui' to lend 'on Hint ifrtiae Miilf
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A conventional ma" Is one whose
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