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I taking Lydia E. Pinkham's
, Fabattus, Maine. "You told mo to
ittake Lydia K. J'inkhanra Vegetable
jj C o in p o u n d and
j3lu Livi i Pills before
JJPjjffijjrl child-birth, and am
B(B arc nil surprised to
W H see how mttcli a I
,wnH &W 't did. My pliysi
iljiW i clan said ' without
. I doubt it was the
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vv kindness in advlsina
VI AV me and give you full
I r aU permission to use
rny name in your testimonials." Mrs.
H. W. Mitchell, ox 3, Sabattus, Me.
Another Woniun Helped.
Graniteville, 't "I was passing
throughtheChangeof Life andsuffered
Irom nervousness and other annoying
symptoms. Lydia E. Tinkham's Vego
tableCompoundrestoredmy health and
strength, and proved worth mountains
of gold to me. For the sake of other
Buffering women I am willing you
should publish my letter." Mrs.
Charms BABCLAT, R.F.JL)., Granite
Women who are passing through
this critical period or who ure suffer
ing from any of those distressing ills
peculiar to their sex should not lose
sight of the fact that for thirty years
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, which is made from roots and
herbs, has heen the standard remedy
for female ills. In almost every com
munity you will find women who
have btrn restored to health by Lydia
. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
A LITTLE TOO PRIMITIVE
Shower Bath Arrangement Something
of a Shock to the
August Belmont, at a dinner In Sara
toga, praised the seaside towns of
"Hut some of them," he added, "are
a little too primitive, I remember a
story about the primitive town of
Roekford. Rookford had a rough bath
ing establishment, with a shower bath.
You stood in your bathhouse ami
pulled n rope and a deluge of cool wa
ter descended from the ceiling.
i . "Well, a lady visitor stood one day
In her bathhouse, ready for the show
er. She pulled the rope and braced
herself, but no shower followed. Sho
gave the rope another tug, when the
gruff voice of the sailor proprietor of
the establishment sounded from aloft.
" 'Stand a p'lnt more to nor-east,
mum,' it said, 'if ye want to get the
"And the horrified lady, looking up,
saw the old sailor frowning Impa
tiently through a hole In the celling
and tilting a barrel of sea water for
A Good Job.
Jacob H. Schiff, at a dinner on the
yacht Kamona, condemned a concern
that had gone up.
"Straight business methods are the
S only ones," he said. "There Is a moral
,' In the receiver story.
"A man, you know, said one day to
a little boy:
" Well, Tommy, what are you go
Ing to bo when you grow up?'
"'A receiver, sir,' Tommy answered
promptly. 'Kver since pa's been a re
ceiver we've hud champagne for din
ner and two automobiles.'"
Some men try to save money by not
paying their debts.
A bowl of these crisp
fluffy bits served with
cream or milk is some
thing nci soon forgotten.
What's the use of cook
ing breakfast or lunch
when Post Toasties, ready
to serve direct from the
package, are so delicious?
"The Memory Lingers"
POSTUM CEREAL CO., LTD.,
Battle Creek, Mich.
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FWEBKBfi FORCED TO FLEE
English and American Residents of
Honduran City Subjected to Out
rages at Hand of Com
mandant. Guatemala City, Guatemala. For
eign resident! of Amanala, Honduras
have fled from that city to escape
outrage at the hands of the command
ant, who has given orders that all
Americans and Kngllsh In the place
are to be Jailed and their property
confiscated. The order of Imprison
ment was equivalent to execution.
The greater part of the American
property has OteB seized by the com
mandant. The British consul at Ania
pala has escaped to San Salvador. Im
mediately upon his arrival he cabled
his government for a cruiser to pro
tect British property. When the Ama
pala commandant heard of this he de
clared he would burn the to-.vu the
moment a Hritish vessel armed with
gun appeared on the horiz in.
Before their (light, several of the
English and American families were
subjected to cruelty at the hands of
petty otfiolaal, The escape o". ihe
Kngllsh consul was effected under a
storm of bullets fired by a squad of
soldiers, who went to arrest him on a
charge of fomenting revolution.
MANY MINERS ENTOMBED.
Workings Filled With Deadly Gas Fol
lowing Terrific Explosion, the
Men Being Caught in Trap.
Trinidad, Colo. Fifty-one miners
were entombed in the Starkville
mine, eight miles from here, the re
sults of an explosion which occurred
about 10:30 o'clook Saturday night.
The explosion practically destroyed
the old slope of the mine, and the new
slope is so thoroughly lllled with gas
and black damp that entrance of res
cue parties by this route was Impos
sible. It is feared that none of the
men will be rescued alive.
The Starkvi le mine has not been
working a night shift until recently,
when the demand for Its output be
came so heavy that the day shift could
not meet it. Then a night shift, which
usually consisted of about 100 men.
was put to work.
While practically all the miners
working in the Starkville mine are ol
foreign birth, many have been In this
country for twenty to twentv-five
years, and u large portion of them
have been working fii the Starkville
mine ever since it began operations
The mine is the property of the
Santa Fe railroad, but is operated by
the Colorado Fuel & Iron company,
Steamer on the Rocks.
San Francisco. Caught In the turn
of the tide to ebb and enveloped in
a bank of fog that clouded the en
trance to the harbor, the Hritish
steamer Damarn, outbound for Kng
land with a cargo of barley, was swept
across the channel near the Golden
Date on Saturday and sent hard and
last upon the rocks about 00 yards
below Fort Point.
Will Fight Tariff Board.
Washington. The tariff commis
sion, which was instructed to gather
data which would permit of a scien
tific revision of the tariff, Is going to
have a fight for existence when con
gress meets. An organized effort Is
to be made to eliminate the board as
a factor in the consideration of data
bearing on the tariff revision.
Falls One Hundred Feet.
St. Joseph, Mo. While making an
ascent in a balloon at Kaston, Mo.,
John Richland of Klwood. Kan., fell
100 feet when the rope holding his
parachute to the balloon broke. A
telephone wire broke his fall but the
lower part of his body was completely
paralyzed, and he was internally hurt.
Sheriff and Missionary Locked in Jail.
Santa Ana, Cal. Taken unawares
at the c'.ose of religious services in
the Jail here Sunday, Sheriff Lacey
and Miss Christian Kerl, a mjsslon
ary, were thrown into a cell by pris
oners, an alleged murderer and a
forger, and held for nearly an hour,
while their captors escaped, The fugl
lives, Hosario Sianz and Alejo Nairas,
are being pursued by several posses.
Both are armed with rifles taken from
the sheriff's office, and a battle is ex
pected before they are recaptured.
Sianz is said to have a record of five
Cholera in New York Port.
New York. A case of cholera de
reloped on Sunday In the steerage ol
the Hamburg-American liner Ifoltke
which has been detained at quarantine
as a possible cholera carrier since Oc
tober 3 last. Dr A. H. Doty, health
offcer of the port, reported the case,
with the additional Information that
TuroTher- cholera-partent from- the
Moltke is under treatment at Swin
burne islands. This makes three
oases of cholera that have actually
reached this port.
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SOLAR PLEXUS BLOW.
Cholly Soft May I-rw-have Just one
ft w -good-night kiss?
Miss Wise Why, certainly, you
poor, dear boy! How you must miss
your nurse when you are away from
Pleasant Place to Prosper.
TO THK KIMTOIt We want to hear
from people who would apprcinte se
curing a fruit, dairy or poultry farm In
the K ii tin liriKiitt-d tract In Sacramento
Valley, California, at half the true value.
Heat water iIkIU In stute. Low mainte
nance cost. Work ooatlttl millions now
actually betna dime. Roads, drain. ice
and water linlit Included In price. Ten
month's growing US son. Ten tons alfalfa
per acre. Splendid dairy conditions. 500
hens earn $uio a month or better, Orangea
lemons, fcrapt- fruit, flss. English walnuts
and a thousand other fruits, nuts, vege
tables and Mowers grow here. Gardens
winter and summer. Charming place to
live. Very healthful. Who wants such a
home? Land selling fust. Work for ev
erybody. Write us for enthusiasm. H. L.
Molester & Co.. L'05 Le Sal'e St., Chi.
ago. or 345 Fourth Ave., I'ittaburg. Pa.
"A month ago you rejected a story
"I had offered It for $7, und you
turned It down."
"So I did."
"Well, I sold that story for $40.
Here's another story. Muy I ask the
favor of one more rejection? It seems
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
With LOCAL AI'ri.ICATIONH, as thpy cannot react!
the scat ot ttie (Unease. Catarrh la a blood or - ti
tullonal disease, and In order to cure It you mimt take
Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken In
ternally, and acts directly uixm the blood and riiuroua
surtarea. Malta Catarrh Cure la not a quark medi
cine. It was prescribed by one ot ttie tiest iihynlrlana
In this country for years and Is a regular premrliitlon.
It Is composed of tho best tonics known, combined
with the best blood purifiers, artlnit directly on the
mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the
two liiKredlents Is what produrca such wonderful re
sults In curlnif caUrrb. Bend for testimonials, free.
K. J. CHUNKY A CO., Props.. Toledo, OX
Sold by rtruvKlsts, price 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pius for constipation.
"1 hear the old bridge outside of
Plunkvllle has collapsed."
"Yes; and the town council can't un
derstand it. We had just given that
bridge u coat of paint. Why, it looked
like new." Louisville Courier-Journal.
TRY MURINE EYE REMEDY
for Red, Weak, Weary, Watery Eyes
ami i ; 1. 1 11 ul. it eil Eyelids Murine Doesn't
Smart- Soothes Eye Pain. Druggists
Sell Murine Eye Remedy, Liquid. 25c,
50c, $1.00. Murine Eye Salve in
Aseptic Tubes, 25c, $1.00. Eye Looks
and Eye Advice Free by Mail.
Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago.
Consulting the Playwright.
"My star can wiggle his ears and
whistle through his teeth."
"Now, can you build me a first-class
comedy around that?"
In all its forms among all ages of horses,
as well ns dogs, cured and others in same
stable prevented from having the disease
with BPOHN'B DISTEMPER CURE,
Kvery bottle guaranteed Over 000,000
bottles sold last year $.f0 and $1.00. Any
good druggist, or send to manufacturers.
Agents wanted. Spolni Medical Co., Spec.
Contagious Diseases, Goshen, hid.
A Kansas woman wants a divorce
because her husband throws bricks at
her. No man has a right to throw
anything at his wife but bouquets and
Instant Relief for All Eyes,
that are irritated from dust, heat, sun or
wind, PETTIT'S EYE SALVE, 25c. All
druggists or Howard Bros., Buffalo, N. Y.
One genius Is about all the average
family can afford.
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Did you ever stop to think of the many ways in which M
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dow open in winter, you can get sufficient heat from an oil heater M
while you undress at night, and then turn it off. Apply a match WM
fin the morning, when you get out of
bed, and you have heat while you dress. M
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The member of the family who M
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ter's night with a restless baby can get M
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It Is a shame for people who have
In their liven a consciousness of lovo
and character and couragp, to fall In
to the; wasteful folly of uuhapplnoss
about Ihe unimportant Margaret De-lund.
An optimist believes In mascots; a
pessimist believes In hoodoos.
Mi. Wlmlow'a Knotlilna- nynip,
Fort-UIIUrun Uimtiing, bofu-nnthouuiuH, ri iiu,-, .in
tUuiujilluu.allaj. u aln. cure. wmU colic, i.. u itio.
If In search of a close friend select
one with a close mouth.
W. ujL Tl OB"ch Is a larger faetor in " life, liberty and the pur-
3?k wit of happiness" thn most people are aware. Patriotism
AjKwfl csn withstand hunger but not dyspepsia. The confirmed dys-
iJ '-j peptic "is lit tor treason, Mratsgrms and spoil." The man
J j who goes to the front fur his country with a weak stomach
mf Br -J w'" "e weak soldier and a fault finder.
H W mWA b,,u" stomach makes for good citizensaip as well as for
ii-rtlBiCTB heulth and happiness.
M Diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and
A nutrition are promptly and permanently cured by the use of
; Or. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICM. DISCOVERY.
I A I It build up the body wlta mound flesh mud!
J f I solid muscle.
tl Kji T00 dealer who offers substitute for the "Discovery" Is
Bjt R only seeking to make the little more profit realized on the
H H sale of less meritorious preparations.
M s Jr" t,'erCe', ("o'mmon" Sense' Medical Ad viseiHs sent frtt-
B f on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only, send
B ffif 21 one-cent stamps for the paper covered book, or 31 stamps
Bm KL for the cloth bound. Address World's Dispensary Medical
r MJ Association, K. V. I'irrce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y.
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A man Is judged by hia
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! H)iiolmen urlce,,: Uold, Hller, l-uil, lj (Jold. gH
, Bllvci. 7tn", Golil, fiOoi Ztno or OoBpaT II. Mulllna BH
rnvi-l.iin'H and full price Hot imifoo uipllcnili,i gB
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W. N. U., Salt Lake City, No. 42-1910. H