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I Dyspepsiajf Women
H Caused by Female Disorders and Cured by
H Lydl.Pinkbam'sVegetahle Compound
B A prctit many women imficr with a
form of Indigestion or liycpepslu which
H docs not seem toylelil toot-dlnary treat
R nient, Whllothe symptoms .seem to be
H similar to those of ordinary indlires-
B tlon, yet the mi'iliciuet. universally pro-
K scribed do not seem to restore the pa-
B tlent's normal condition.
I Mrs. M.Wright 1
H Mrs. I'lnkham clnlms that there is a
H kind of dyspepsia that is caused by a
H derangement of tho female organism,
B and which, while it causes a disturb-
H ance similar to ordinary indigestion,
B cannot bo relieved without a medicine
B which not only acts as a stomach tonic,
HB but has a peculiar tonic elTcct on tho fc-
J male organism,
J Ah proof of this theory wo call at-
J tcntlon to tho caso of Mrs. Magglo
J Wright, llrooklyn, N. Y., who was
completely cured by Lydia E. Pink-
IH hum's Vegetable Compoutid after every-
ug else had failed. She writes:
" For two yours I mifTcred with dyspopstn
R whlrh no degenerated tho entire system that I
wns unable to nttend to my dully duties. I
felt weak and nervous, nnd notljInR tliat I ato
BHK tasted Rood and It mused a dlsturliancu in my
V atomncli. I tried dlirorent dyspejwlft curei,
but nothing scorned to help 1110. I was nd-
B vised to rIvo I.ydla K. rinkbnm's VeRetablo
Compouml a trial, and wn luipplly surprised
BBS to find Hint it acted 111(0 a lino tonic, nnd in a
B fowtlaya I liegnn to enjoy nnd prnperlydlcest
B my food. Sty recovery was rapid, and in
H Ave weeks I was a well woman. I linvo rcc-
B ommended tt to many sulferlng women."
BBB No other mcdlclno In the, world has
BH received such widespread and unquall-
BBB fled endorsement or has such a record
BK of cures of female troubles, as has Lvdia
BH K. Plukham's Vegetable Compound.
B First Flower of Spring.
K In tho northern United States the
IPH snowdrop Is tho only garden flower
wM that wo can count on year after year
H us tho earliest sign of spring. Its
PH pendulous whlto blossoms, with
PH "heart-shaped seal of green" sung by
IH( Ilosacttl often appear before the last
BH snow has gono.
IB Luckily, even city families need not
IHj bo without snowdrops, for they have
H been known to thrlvo In narrow pas-
B waReways between all houses. Most
H buHAim plants like tho baking hot sun
K of midsummer In order to ripen their
H bulbs, but the snowdrop thrives best
BB In partial shade.
H It blooms earlier if It has a chunco
BK at the March sun, but Is ono of tho
H very fow that will flower regularly,
Hl though less freely, In dense shndo and
H with a northern exposure. Country
BK Life In America.
B World's Gold Production.
B In tho lust COO years over twclvo
B billion dollars' worth of gold Is csti-
B mated to have been dug from tho
BB earth. Not much more than ouu-halC
B of this Is definitely known to be in
VBk oxistcneo In tho monetary stocks of
Hj tho globe. Of tilts, however, the
bYJ United Stntes is believed to hold from
H! a billion nnd a quarter to a billion nnd
Bv a half.
IH William I'lucknuy Wliylo, United
Hbk States senator from Maryland, who ro-
wAV cently celebrated his S2tl birthday,
wAVJ has novor beon liiBldo n snloon, never
IBbk smoked, nnd never rndo In a cab.
BB Stcndfustncss Is a noble quality,
Bf but, uiiguldcd by knowlcdgo or luimll-
HB Ity, It becomes rashness or obstlnucy.
1 1 n STAND j?M
MlM OILED SUIT'
H 'ATwmI n demand.
bV nF Mn 's " e&ses W
BrJ Vv 5y H on'y wa 9ct
B ' &ia ovcrywherc
K (j" C. Mats.
HOWARD E. BURTON, ARftJMf,W.HD
H UiiHclmrii prli'i-i. Ilout. Hllter.I.ead.lll Unlil, Bl.
E tr.76oi tiuUI.&Uei XinourOupper.ll. 0nnltlu lekU.
B MnllluK en ulupfi and full prion Hit mm on apnllru-
V llixi. Conlrul uuil Uiuplro work unllcluvl. Looci-
vlllo.Colo. l((rvnco. OarboumoauonariTiiuk.
H ".'.TiSSt Thompjon'ilyc WafeT
FOR GOOD EFFECTS
THINGS THE HOME DRESSMAKER
Proper Fitting of Bodice Has Much to
Do with Appearance Newest
Ideas In Cushions and
With a straight seam, It Is well to
remember that In lilting a bodice on
nn older woman, particularly on tho
woman who Is Inclined to bo stout,
the back seam should be kept com
promisingly straight and tho side back
scams should be curved In at tho waist
line. The successful appearance of a
woman's flguro at this ago very large
ly depends on the lit of tho back of
the dress, where flatness and length
are required. In tho front of u bodice
tho darts should bo extremely shallow.
Tho newest long cushions and pil
lows nro covered with colored silk
or orlentnl satin, with a gathered puff
of about live Inches deep at each end,
but not reaching beyond. Tho muslin
cover reaches only to the commence
ment of tho puff. Tho effect Is very
pretty, especially If the muslin cover,
with ribbon run through silts, Is used.
Tho ribbon should, of course, bo of
the samo color as tho puffs and vary
from two to four Inches In width, fin
ished off with a bow nt ono corner.
Bed pillows nnd also soft cushions
frequently have soft sash ribbon
widths run In. The coverlids are
trimmed to correspond.
Dainty lace collars, mndo of sheer
net, with Insertion motifs and edging,
will bo smart for afternoon nnd even
ing wear this year. They aro much
moro elaborate than thoso populnr
last season nnd aro consequently moro
oxpenslve, for the very finest of Im
ported laces aro used on a net back
ground. Fortunately for women who
aro unablo to buy costly neckwear,
tho styles of theso now ones nro quite
slmplo nnd can bo easily mado at
home, once tho net Is shaped to fit
tho' neck of the wenror. Tho decora
tion added by nppllquelng "val" laco
or even pieces of diet Is comparative
ly slmplo. Attaching tho tabs In front
for a finish, cither by cutting away
tho not and inserting n handsome
pattern or by adding n round or oblong
pleco to the bottom of the collar
proper, Is the most dlfllcult part of
the mnklng. Around tho edges nt top,
bottom and both ends a pretty narrow
pleco of "vol" Insertion should bo ruf
fled on, bo that it gives a small ruch
Ing effect that Is becoming to most
any' shnpo face. To prevent these
stocks from being flimsy and to hold
them In place nd give body to the
sheer materials small sllk-covored
lint or round ple.-e of fenthcrbonu
should bo sewed to tho top nnd bot
tom nnd attached to tho ends.
PUTTING UP DILL PICKLES.
Important to Remember If You Would
Get Best Results.
Take a big stono crock or u keg
without n hend. Select cucumbers
from six to eight Inches In length,
wnsh and wlpo carefully. Iloll to
gether throe gallons water and two
pounds coarso salt. Skim. If any
water has evaporated during tho toll
ing ndd enough more to mako tho oil
glnnl quantity, hay tho cucumbers
In the bottom of tho Jnr or keg, with
a small red pepper, u bunch of dill
seed In stalk nnd a lnycr of grapo
leaves to cover. Proceed In this wny
until tho vessel Is filled, topping nil
with a layer or cabbiigo leaves. On
tho very top put a good big stono to
keep the pickles under tho brlno. I'our
In tho salt and water still hot, nnd let
tho vessel stand until a quiet fermen
tation takes pluco. In two or threo
weeks tho cucumbers will bo transpar
ent, like umber, with n grateful sub
Dry Cleaning for Amateurs.
Dry cleaning at home, thanks to
tho enso with which gnsollnu can bo
ncqulred nowadays, Is almost re
garded In tho light of a hobby by
ninny women, although there Is noth
ing original In subjecting gloves (o
nmateur treatment of this kind, It
has remained for recent years to
bring In tho fnshlon for moro iimhl
llous work. Mouses of silk, mousso
lino do sole, cropo do chine, tnffotn
and other fabrics, as well ns silk
Jnbnts, scarfs and ties, enn ho suc
cessfully cleaned by means of gnso
lino, while as regards renovating mil
linery and dress trimmings, n largo
Hold Ib open to tho home-worker.
Coffee Makes Curtains Ecru Shade.
After washing tho net curtains
carefully In luko warm water, with
ptiro whlto or caatllo soap, rlnso them
In clear, cool water, nnd, after wring
ing thorn ns dry as Is possible, put
through liquid coffeo, and carefully at
tach to regulation stretchers and
put out in tho nlr to dry. Do not
mnko tho mlslnko of rubbing tho net
on a wnBhlng hoard or oven between
tho hands; instead Just pull it up nnd
down In tho wnter until tho dirt Is
out. Oil not starch. Tho curtains
look bettor without nny stiffening.
Remedy for Felons.
Wot it pleco of cotton In wntor nnd
squeozo It nearly dry, thon wot It
with tho tlticturo of bloodroot, bind It
on tho felon and ns soon us It dries
wot It again, Keep It wot continually
ami It will bring about a very speedy
To Bleach House Linen,
Hnudkerchlofs and towels mny bo
olenchod bv wnshlug thorn in tho
usual manner and then letting thorn
stand over night In a solution of ono
hnlf teaspoon of cream of tartar to
each quait of wa'or.
A PUBLIC DUTY.
Montpeller, O., Man Feels Compstled
to Tell .His Experience.
Joseph Wllgus, Montpeller, O., says:
"I feel it my duty to toll others nbout
tDonn's Kidney Pills.
Exposuro and driv
ing brought kidney
trouble on me, and I
suffered much from
Irregular passages of
tho kidney sccio
there was retention
and at other times passages woro too
frequent, especially nt night. There
was pain and discoloration. Doan's
Kidney Pills brought mo relief from
tho first, nnd soon Infused now life.
I give thorn my Indorsement."
Sold by all dealers. SO cents n box.
Foster-Milburn Co., Uuffalo, N. Y.
Parisian Meat Supply.
The last year for which complote
statistics concerning tho meat sup
ply of Paris have been published Is
1903. From tho reports of that year
it appears that 2G7.027 cattle, 274,390
calves and 2,047,770 sheep were
'slaughtered nt the city' abattoirs and
produced IBC.007,850 kilograms (or
327,016,485 pounds) of meat, of which
123,712,180 kilograms (259,795,578
pounds) were consumed In Paris, and
32,292,650 kilograms exported. Some
of the choicest of French beef goes to
England, whero the llllcts and other
prima cuts are In demand for clubs,
hotels, and tho best class of restau
rants. During tho samo year there
were killed 282,508 hogs, which ylold
ed 27,657,350 kilograms (58,080,435
pounds of pork, and 29,370 horses,
which furnished 7,305,650 kilograms
(or 15.341.8G5 pounds) of meat, all of
which was consumed In Paris.
The celebrated authoress, so highly
esteemed by tho women of America,
says on pages 103 and 445 of her
book, "Eve's Daughters; or, Common
Senso for Mnld, Wifo and Mother":
"For tho aching back should It be
slow In recovering Us normal strength
an Allcock's Plaster Is an excellent
comforter, combining the sensation of
tho sustained pressure of a strong
warm hnnd with certain tonic quali
ties developed in tho wearing. It
should be kept over tho seat of un
easiness for several days In ob
stinate cases, for perhaps a fortnight."
"For pain in tho back wear an All
cock'B Plaster constantly, ronowlhg
as it wears off. This Is an Invaluable
support when the weight on tho smalt
of the back becomes heavy and the
Year's Tea Production.
The total exports of tea from India
during the year ended April 26, 1906,
amounted to 214,198,943 pounds, val
ued at $29,294,936. The shipments to
tho United Kingdom woro 166,601,000
pounds; Canada, 15,019,000 pounds;
Uusulu, 9,991,000 pounds; Australia,
7.74C pounds; Turkey nnd Asln, 3,104
pounds; tho United Stntes, 2,185,000
pounds; Persia, 1,091,000' pounds, nnd
to all other countries, 8,084,000 pounds.
All theso countries, except tho United
States and Persia. Increased their pur
chases over 1905. Tho trade with tho
United States decreased 9.7 per cent,
and that with Persia 65,5 per cent
Size of Heads.
Tho uvorugo adult head Iiob n clr
cumreruneo of fully 22 Inches. Tho
averngo adult hat Is fully 6 slzo.
The Blzes of men's hats aro 6- and
6?, generally. "Sevens" lints aro com
mon In Aberdeen, and tho professors
of our colleges gonernlly wear 7V4 to
Heads wearing hats of tho sizes 0-
and smaller, or being Icsb thnn 21
Inches In circumference, can novor bo
powerful. Uctwcen 19 and 20 Inches
In circumference heads km Invariably
weak, and, according to this authority,
"no lady should think of marrying a
man with a hend less than 20 Inches
Peoplo with heads under 19 Inches
nro mentally deficient, and with heads
under 18 Inches "Invariably Idiotic."
IT'S THE FOOD.
The True Way to Correct Nervous
Nervous troubles nro moro often
caused by Improper food and Indiges
tion than most peoplo imnglno. Even
doctors sometimes overlook this fact.
A man says:
"Until two years ago waffles and
butter with meat and gravy woro tho
main fentures of my breakfast. Final
ly dyspepsia came on and I found my
self In a bad condition, worso In tho
morning than any other timo. I would
have a full, bid; feeling In my stom
ach, with pains In my heart, sides and
"At times I would havo no nppetlto
for days, then I would feel ravenous,
novcr satisfied when I did cat and so
nervous I felt llko shrieking nt tho
top of my volco. I lost flesh badly
nnd haidly know which way to turn
until ono day I bought a box of Grape
Nuts food to fcco If I could cat that.
I tried It without telling tho doctor,
and liked it flno; mado mo feol ns It
I had something to tint that was satis
fying and still I didn't havo that
heaviness that I had folt aftor eating
any othor food.
"I hadn't drank nny coffeo thon In
flvo weeks. I kopt on with tho Grape
Nuts and In a month nnd n halt I hnd
gained 15 pounds, could eat almost
anything I wanted, didn't feel badly
after eating and my norvousness was
nil gone. It's a pleasure to bo woll
Namo glvon by Postum Co., Pattlo
Creek, Mich. Ilond tho book. "Tho
Itoad to Wollvlllo," in pkgs. "Thoro's
Fruit ncldi will not xtain goods dyed
ith PUTNAM FADKI.KSS DYES, and
the colors urc bright and fast.
If a woman 'laughs at a man's Jokes
It's because ho Isn't her husband.
Mm. Window noollilnc Syrup.
Tor thlldrtn tfcthtmr. lafltaa t j gitmi, tcduct n In.
rumtuktlon Mlajl ptn.curtawlnlrollc. t&aatottl.
"Now, I am ready, how do I look,
dear?" "You remind mo of a Sioux
In his war paint." "Oh, you nasty
thing, you" "Don't cry, darling; I
only meant you wero dressed to kill."
There li mora Cturrh la thli tectlon o( the country
thn mi other iltxtnei put ti'KCtbf r, nd unlit the Hit
few yeftri m iiippoecd to be Incurable. Fur a great
maor veart ductora pronounced It a, local dlteate aod
freicrUed local reuitdtea, and r7 constantly falling
o cure wllh local treatment, pronounced It Incurable.
Science haa pruren Catarrh to be a constitutional dla
ea.e. and therefore requlrra conatltullonal treatment.
Ilall'a Catarrh llure, manufactured by y, J. Cheney
t Co., Toledo, Oblo, la the only Constitutional cure on
the market. It la taken Internally In doseifrom 1U
drops to a toeapomf ul. It acta directly on the hloud
and mucous eurf acea of the system. They offer one
bnmlird doltara for any case It fall! to cur. Band
for clrculara and testimonials.
Addreasi F. J. UIIKNKY & CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by IlruaKlsta, 75r.
Take ilall'a Vamtli l'lllt for constipation.
Attendance at Llepilc Fair.
At the Ilpslc fall fair of 1906, the
number of Arms represented as buyors
waB 9,886, as against 9,105 Jn 1905 and
7,534 in 1903; an Increase of over 31
per cent during the last threo years.
The United States and Canada wero
represented by 114 buyers, while Latin
America, Asia nnd Europe were also
well represented. Tho ofllclul list of
sellers this year shows that 3,275 firms
had exhibits, as against 3,101 in 1905.
Tho countries represented, nnd tho
number of firms from each, were as
follows: Gorman empire, 2,961; Austria-Hungary,
228; France, 40; Great
Britain, 13; Netherlands, 13; Switzer
land, 6; Italy, 5; flelglum, 4; Den
mark, 2; Sweden, 2, and the United
RUNNING SORES ON LIMBS.
Little Girl's Obstinate Case or Eczema
Mother Says: "Cutlcura Reme
dies a Household Standby."
"Last year, after having my littlo
girl treated by a .very prominent
physician, for nn obstinate caso of
eczema, I rosortcd to tho Cutlcura
Romcdles, nnd was so well pleased
with tho almost Instantaneous relief
afforded that wo discarded tho physi
cian's prescription and relied entirely
on tho Cutlcura Soap, Cutlcura Oint
ment, nnd Cutlcura Pills. When wo
commenced with tho Cutlcura Rome
dl? her 'CSt "I'l limbs werjj covered
with ruTinlng sores. In about six
weeks wo had her completely well,
and thcro has been no recurrence of
tho trouble. Wo flnd that tho Cutl
cura Remedies are a valuable house
hold standby, living as we do, twclvo
miles from a doctor, nnd whero it
costs from twenty to twenty-flvo dol
lars to como up on tho mountain.
Mrs. Llzzlo Vincent ThomaB, Fair
mount, Walden's nidge, Tcnn., Oct
Makes Son Private Secretary.
In appointing his son, Lord Ilruce,
as his private secretary tho earl of
Elgin only followed the exnmplo of
tho Into William E. Gladstone, who,
when ho bocunio prlmo mlnlstor In
18S9, appointed Herbert Gladstone,
then a young man of 20, to n similar
THE OLD-MONK-CURE RELIEVES FROM PAIN H
Price 23c and 50c H
r irosltlvnlrcnrfd by
PADTCDQ theso iiittio ruts.
uri I L l0 tw ul'V RUcTe Dl3-
hbb trcsj from Dyspepsia, In-
sHI ITTLE digestion and Too Hoartj
H llfFB EaUDf. A perfect rem-
H I W tn tty for Dizziness, Nausea,
H PILLS. Drowsiness, Dad Taste
j ' In the Mouth. Coated
1 . TonfUB. Pain in Uio Bide,
1 iTonrro liver. They
regulate toe Dowels, rurcry Vegetable.
SMALL PILL. SHALL DOSE, SMULLPWCL
Ipadtcd'cI Gemrino Musi 'Bear
IiTTiE Fac-Simile Sigmture
-J REFUSE tUISTITUTES.
IawAIKj airing to buy any
,""" thing adrtHlin
Its columns should Insist upon having
what they ask lor, refusing all substi
tutes or imitations.
D A T C II T C Tnuto Mnrltn, Do
rial I CH I U slKna, CnpTrtchla and
ara an aa w ,hi-la wrnoureil.
Natiian Uir-KroiU), VII V St.. Washlncvon, U. U.
W. N. U., Salt Lake City, No. 46, 1906.
Wo L. DOUGLAS M
93.50&93.00 Shoes iH
BC8T IN THE WORLD H
WLOougla $4 Bill Edp Una. H
cannolb'equillodatmjpr ca; Wv H
W. ?' Wuriaa' Job- F"af Wk sssssssssssssH
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compute In this country I Ljk WM H
SHOES FOB EVERYBODY A1V ALL KlQ3
Xan'a Boooa, $B to il.BCC flora boea. fa H
ol.B. Womn'i ihoaM. t CO to fl.BO. H
Try W. I. Doiiglaa Wonten'a, Mlaaea and- H
Chlldren'a ahooat for atyle, lit ami wear H
tliry icl other niakea. H
If I could: take you Into my targa fH
factorlesatBrockton, Mass.,and8how H
youhowcarefullyAV.L. Doughualioes H
are made, you would then understand)- H
why they hold their shape, fit better, H
wear longer, and are of greater value-' H
than any other make.
Wherever you. live, you cast obtain- W. L. H
Douglas shoe. His name and prlca la atampetl H
on the bottom, which protect you against nlgb) H
price and Inferior ahoca. Takm no tubtll' H
(ufar. Ak your dtaltr lor W.L.Uuflaaahoc H
and Insist upon having them. H
Fatl Color tutlttn unit thin mill not wtar eraaiia. H
Writ lor llluMrated CataUg ol Pall Style. H
W. U DOUULAS.'DepU 13. Brockton, Maaa., H
CURED $m I
SS. "vThe Circulation Stimuteted-! M
Wfefi nd the Muscles and Joints 1 H
i9HHLK Price 25c 50c 61.00 M
mm!&mW$ Sold by Dealers H
W$W0 iff "Sloan's TreMisc On The Horse"Sent Free H
jjaMW' ,M Address Dr. Earl S.SIoan.Boston.Mass. H
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frftTHE Laxative I
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W'vAf'i('f J V'j Vs ,,y nm wll'c'11 nro pcniinneutly lit'iiellclul in effect, acting H
ITwTaJ P)''! f i w$) sent lj'i in lmnnony with nature, when nature needs assist- i H
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W?i'l?wfy' r&'A XT "k"owii uncertain nml inferior chnrncter, nctiujr tempo- H
Crfi'iiift $& VT rnrn"' 1,llt injuriously, ns a result of forcing tho natural , H
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li t VK'lf. jjrtjfiK W 1,lu wracrtles of known quality ami oicellouco is tho over H
p, rCpiy Pleasant Syrup of Figs, manufactured hy tho California H
I'''Uftf?-bfWlmS Tlir Syrup Co., which represents tho nctlvo principles of H
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fc"f&! '"-,? ,'Yff ;'' 3 &k I'ation nnd tho many ills resulting tlierefrom. Its uctivo princl- A ' H
Il'Xri ' &3$ Ides and quality nro known to vhysicians freuerally, nnd tho & H
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lr '''''B VjZ&fjYfi n3 t0 tno (l,mIItv of Mliat t,lcy my mul tllu reasons for tho excelleuco 'M
h--Arwtt0F'jf of articles of exceptional merit, and who do not lack courage to go ME
h'-T'n ulWM clsowhero when a dealer oilers an imitation of any well known iM
!iirffr(lf'M articlo; hut, unfortunately, thero uro wuiio peoplo who do not know, im
t''i'tP'E') a,ul wlw nlIow tl'omselvcs to ho imposed upon. Thoy cannot expect ?JS
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