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j I Miss Nellie Holmes, treasurer of thef
"Young Woman's Temperance Association
of Buffalo, N. Y., strongly advises all suf
fering women to rely, as she did, upon
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
"Dun Mrs. ritKHAUi Your raedlclno Is Indeed an Ideal woman'
medicine, and by far the best I know to restore lost health and strength. I
Buffered misery for several years, belnrr troubled with menorrhagia. My back
ached, I had bearing-down pains and frequent headaches. I would often
wake from restful sleep, and In such pain that I suffered for houra before I
could go to sleep again. I dreaded the lcnjr nights as much as tho weary dayi.
I consulted two different physicians, hoping to got relief, but, finding that
their medlctuo did not aecra to euro me, I tried jour Vcjrctnlilo Compound
on the recommendation of a friend from tho East who vtas visiting me.
"I am glad that I followed her advice, for every acho and pain Is gone,
and not only this, but my genoral health Is much Improved. I havo a flno
appetite and havo gained in flesh. My earnest advice to Buffering women is
to put away all other medicines and to take Ij)dla 13. IMnlclium's Vcco-
i tnblo Compound." Miss Nellie Houies, 540 No. Division fat , Uuffalo, N. Y.
1 Hiss Irene Crosby, prominent in Social Life in East
T Savanah, Ga., adds her testimonial to the value
of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
vl arf"5r'57 Dkau Mns.PisnnAU I "It always gives
Vj' HBi ifciiVBBaBBI m0 P'osure to find an artlclo of real value
.aBWVi "v-iWirojvSHHJ anl unquestioned merit. I have found
aaWfii ( l.fe SL .fa! Iodia li. l'lnUlmm's VtKotnblo Com-
JKV.- i-"MKjY HH P0111"! well calculated to rillcvo and euro
'li r'4t?Jr aH! no Tar'oua troubles arising from Irregular!-
BjjIy 3 WrM VH "cs atu' mcnB'rual pains.
S VaVflBu ., 'M IB " Much suffering could bo spared If wo
Hi Sf wf Hj only paid more attention to proper living tnd
HL T- M BH diet, but as long as women do not do this,
Vk . ML your Vcgctnblo Compound lies come to
. .HaKSrv'ReBassfifll 10 'ronl u n tru0 friend In need. I havo
I aHHHT v-x fy'HHH ccn Tcry P'cnscl Indeed with the relief It
' HPnVWf HH nas brought me. I And that I havo perfect
W7r 11 W ' JB health now, and that my mind Is also mora
1 Tf I II e clear and active sluco I used yourVcj;c-
y ' y I J ll f I tnlilo Compound. It has been of great
. I It ' J I oen'llt to me, and I gladly recommend IL
I f il f I Very sincerely jours. Miss Ir.r.NR Cnosnr,
V jL t I 313 Uast Charlton St, Hast Savannah, Ga.
VT Remember tliat every woman Is cordially invited to ivrlto to
j Mrs. lMnlcliani If tlioro Is anything about licr case or symptoms
1 alio docs not understand. Sirs. l'liiltliiiin'H address Is Iij'nn, BInss.
Lk nor ndvlco is free, and is cheerfully eUon to any ailing -woman
4 who asks for it.
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Conducted by SISTERS OF THE HOLY CROSS.
BEND FOR CA(LOQUE.
Howard E. Burton. A,i"i:n,i."."d
(poliu'i il not Hh?er.l4ad Hi Gold SU
ver Tie uuid Kloe ieCo,ter ft irenldeuete.
Weill eiive oee ftudfiil ,rloe tut eot oa epplt.
eel' o ouoi eud I uplre work eellelbed Lil
Me, Colu efe eeee tf boueie Veil Beak.
wHjix -ctMt crx tU Ctx Cjtx -c1lJrJ STtix
? IHH.l.AllX ASH CKSIb. 4,
(f It' dollara and cenle thai rule tht worlrt 4
J With irrrd aa the nuralns bed,
! , Hut there a . banner that a allll un r
J furled O
. With bearta aa the fonntaln head fjf
V The tmnner of love for a fellow man W
And hope for a aeul Intenee
X Tn keep numanltjr In the tnn
. And dliiount dollara and tenia. r
V Tor ilotlura And cents on t ata)s win -da
(gi Mi, I ivleld uch a potent away; ZJ
il Tl re a aomethlntf ele that la romlng In 4
j Vi il loe tlll tall aome day (
. d i lull) are trumpa at the prevent time r
V in nil the dIRerrnt rnarta. r
V I tn t comlnR aure la the world a rhme, .
J Ami the trumpa will all be liMirta yw
J? I or there' nothlnR elee In life my boy, Q
'Ihat nature a art o deft, ,
D Can brlnK )ou aunehtne. hope and ioy, A
t I Ike the th rob-bent on jrmir leftt
jA II a nil there la In the world of atrlfe w
With trlala and srlefa Iminenee "T
y ou run take aome lote i t the cloee of
"jPjAS. Hut ou enn t tnke dollnra nnd rent wJ?ilK
VVyilkr ' n 8 Cheater In Chicago Inter 'vJlV
I THESTORY THAT TOLD AND SOLD W
lly O K. I'l.NEUI i
CopfHffMtd, thU, bf Tht AutKort PublUMng Comptnjr
LWe i . '
Ue.tr Miss Stanley Inclose plcane
find check for our story, "Tho I'rlce
of Karae." Wo will Rladly consider
anything elfo that )ou may care (o
submit. Yours truly,
Tho recipient of this letter could
hardly bellou her ejes. It was the
first remuneration sho had received
for her work during long; years of
struggle. Her successful effort was
the story of a woman who had sacri
ficed lovo to win fame In her chosen
profession, In which nho succeeded.
Sho reaped wealth, fnmo and honor,
but her heart was not satisfied. The
man whom she had rcjcctc. but still
loved was now bound to another. Sho
had paid "the prlco of lame"
The same day on which Agatha
Stanley received pajment for her
story, she read in tho society column
of n dally paper tho following.
"Mr Ileglnnld Lorlmcr, tho newly
appointed editor of the Arcadian, Is
said to bo worshiping at tho shrine of
I Miss Florence l.lpplncot, n prominent
society belle of tho city In which lie
i A mingled expression of surprtso
and pain came Into Miss Stanley's
I c)cs. "I never dreamed that ho was
tho editor who accepted my story,"
she soliloquized. "Did It merit pub
lication, or did ho act from personal
motives, I wonder? Could ho read the
author's heart between tho lines? It
so, how ho must mock It. Am I to
suffer a like fate with my heroine? It
can only be In degreo, hnwuver, not
In kind; for, la not mine 'tho price of
Iteglnald Lortmcr and Agatha Stan
ley had been playmates, schoolmates
and friends As they grow to man
hood and womanhood their friendship
I had developed Into love.
J When Agatha was nineteen, her
I father died, leaving a largo family In
poor circumstances, and It fell to her
to look to tho welfaro of tho family.
Some tlmo nftcr Mr Stanleys death
I.orlmer declared his lovo nnd asked
Agatha to become his wife l'eollurc
' that her duty was at homo, and nl
though It ncarl) broko her heart, sho
rejected his oiler Sho gave nlm no
' hnpo for tho future, and so they
Time passed rapidly Larimer had
gone to a distant city and entering
the field of Journalism had mado rapid
Miss Stanlo) hnd taken up titers
tnro as her llfo work, but her Journey
was long and disheartening At length,
how over, her persistency was roward
cd One manuscript placed seemed to
clear tho way and her subsequent ef
forts were accepted with requests for
more Still, with success standing
brightly before her. thero was an
aching void In her heart,
Ono beautiful morning In early Juno
Agatha was sitting by an open win
dow, writing She seemed unable to
I conccntrato her thoughts, from her
work to tho grand scene nutslde, and
(ben to tho feelings of her own heart.
As die sat dreaming of tho old days,
her attention was attracted to a man
1 coming up the walk toward tho house
Ho rang the bell, nnd as Agatha
opened the door an cxchmatlon of
surprise oscaped her lips, for thero
beforo her, Btood Ileglnnld I-orlmcr
It was the flrat tlmo they bad met
In thrc" oar
"Miss Stanley allow we to congrnt
By an open window.
ulate you on your success It Is icr
' Thanks, hut Mr Ixirlmer higher
praise Is due to vou became of your
I rapid advancement I sincerely wish
I you happiness "
I am irulj trat.ful, hot for your
also which Is Haltering, and for
vour sentiments nf frl-mlMilp; hut I
would ask you can success, alone,
make us happy?"
Miss Stanley colored slightly, and
Answered "It depends on what one Is
successful In llapplnes, Itself, Is tho.
(roai.at nf arhlevemfliiUC but Its ac
quirement Is dependen upon surceaa
lu vsrtnua dlr Mo-ie
Mr Uirltmr lauglijfiRly replltd
"I'osslbly I have earned tho good will
of somo budding genius by sending a
welcome check Ilather a slim sourco
nf happiness, though, "I'm afraid, un
lessIt should bo )qu, Miss Stan
ley" "Why me, moro than others you
havo helped. Mr. Lorlmcr? I should
think that a certain Miss l.lpplncot
ought to have first place."
"Miss l.lpplncot! I do not know
that I have done an) thing to merit
her good graces."
"Haven't you? This would seem to
contradict )ou," sho said, handing bin
"I should think that a certain Mlis
Llpplncot ought to have first
the paper In which sho bad read ths
Item concerning him
When ho had read his mirth was
uncontrollable Finally regaining com
posure, ho said-
"Well, well) That Is news tn ma.
Whoever wrote that notlco must hava
been under somo strong mental hallu
cination Tho Idea of nssoclatlng my
namo with that of Miss Llpplncot.
whom I have met but a few times.
No frivolous trcaturo like her tor a
stub! chap like myself A sensible
women Is what I want. Agatha
Miss Stanley, do jou know why I have
comti hero today? Simply to tell you
that 1 have waited patiently for a dif
ferent answer to the question I onco
asked )ou. Tho outward obstacles
then In tho way aro now removed.
You aro on tho road to Independence.
Is there any other barrier? Have I
waited In vain, and must I, too, pay
the prlco of famo?'"
Tho story that sold has also told
Watch Bet In Ring.
It Is a provalcnt Idea that ladles'
watches, on account of their unusually
small size, fall as good tlmekocpers.
Thero Is, however, a voting woman In
Kngland who for somo months has
used no other watch than that set In
her engagement ring and sho always
keeps her appointments. It Is a mar
qulsa ring, all set about with dia
monds, and showing In Its center a
perfect convex crystal magnifying a
wee watch face without hands Tho
mechanism of this fairy timepiece was
mado In Switzerland at great cost, but
tho Idea of so small n watch sot In so
quaint a fashion Is no newer than tho
reign or Louis XIV when tho spend
thrift monarch presented a famously
beautiful watch ring to his chnrmlng
sister In law, tho duchess of Orleans
His Misery Complete.
When the doctor enmn to see what
I ho could do for the Hnrllby family, by
whom he had been hasill) summoned, j
he round Mrs Herllh) In bed, her face
and head adorned with plaster and
j bandages nnd Mr Hnrllby sitting In
; xolld misery nt her bedside
rhee- up, Tim" said tho doctor,
she II pull through all right I don't
believe thore are anj lionos broken,"
Don't bo troyln' to raise mo molnd,"
sulci Mr Herllhy, darkly, "for It's un
posslblo dochter Hero 01 had her In
sured against accident of tvery kolnd
only foor da) a ago, an' paid down roe
ID as prompt apy man cud, an' be
fore the week Is gone she falls down
stairs wld a bucket o' ceal, an now
lukn at her, marred from Ind to Indl"
Woman Sexton of a Cemetery.
Another Mcrlden woman niia taken a
position unusual fur the fair snx Mrs.
Annie DllMon has been appointed by
the Selectmen aj aextnn of the Bast
cemetery whlih Is owned by the town
Her proporty adjoins the cemetery
and for many jeara sho has had a
subcontract for caring for the yard
Tho position hat no salary but for
every grave that Is opened l Is paid
to the sexton and out of this amount
sho will have to pay about half to the
grsvedlRgur. Many people owning
plots c-all upon tho sexton to keep the
plotr In order and for thfs work she
will reallrw a fair Ineomo Hartford
"mmm aiiiiise.eaw. eseaaaaasesasBaptsaaajBBaisteayssssssssssssssssj
ACOMRADE OF GENERAL GRANT I
Says- "1 Do Not Believe' Pe-ru-na Has a H
Superior for Catarrh." H
BENJAMIN F. HAWKE8.
; Bonomln F. Howkos, of Washington, D. C., la Ono of tho Throo
; Living Comrodos of QonorolQrant In Hla Coclot DnyantWost Point !;
In a recent letter from flit Q Street,
S. W., Washington, 1). C, this vener
able gentleman says of I'crunat
" have tried I'eruna alter havlnz
tried In aln other remedies for ca
tarrh, and I can iay without rcicr
vatlon that I never felt a m) mptom
of relict until I had xhen I'eruna
the simple trial that Its advocates
advise. I do not bell, ve It has a
superior, either as a remedy for ca
tarrh or as a tonic for the depressed
and exhausted condition nhlch Is
one of the effects of the disease."
Benjamin P. Ilankes.
ISAAC nitOCK. n citizen of McLen
nsn County, Texas, has lived for 114
years. In speaking nt Ids good
i health and extreme old age, Mr. Ilrock
I ''I'eruna exactly meets nil my require
. mrnts. It pnmcU me from the evil rf
. recta ot sudden changes s It keeps me In
good appetite; It Rlvi-a mo strength; It
1 keeps my blood In good circulation I
Chinese Like Swiss Watches.
Swiss watches, according to a re
port Just published, are bocomlng pop
ular In China Those with fantastic
designs on the faco find the most
Batter's Home nollder Corn,
So named berauss (0 acres produced
so heavily that Its proceeds built n
lovely hume Seo Hulzers catalog.
Yielded In 1903 In Ind 157 bu Ohio
ICO bu , Tcnn 6S bu , and In Mich 220
bu per acre. You can beat this record
wnei no too TniiK or tmmk tislds
1:0 bu Desrdless llarley per acre
110 bu Halzer s Ni-w Nnt Oats- per A.
10 bu Halter Hpeltx & Macaroni Vt hent,
V0OO bu l'edlgree I'ututois pir acre
l( tons or rich Illlllon Dol (Irusallny,
(0 000 Iba, Victoria I tape for sheep -acre,
1(0 000 lbs Teoalntr, the fodder wonder.
ft 000 lbs Knlser's Buperlor rodder
Corn rich Juicy rodder, per A
Now such yields you can havo Mr.
Farmer, In l'."04, ir jou will plant Bat.
ust (tin this notice iN 10o
In stamps to John A Halzer Heed Co,
La Crosse. Wis ami receive their
grrat catalog nnd loU ot farm seed
samples. (W. N. U.)
A portion nt one of tho walls of an
old fashioned residence In Albany, N.
Y., Is adorned with a wnllpipcr val
ued at 200 000 It Is romposcd of
very rare revenun stamps
f- IfALABASTINEJl I
Tho Only Sanitary and Permanent Wall Coating H
I LADAnTINC la not o dleeaee-bre.edlna, hot wuter nine well flnl.h. tarnteh- H
A lng a Uelir tit nt ami bar or grutind fur iLwe p rtua , II U a nstoral, rtk taa
JA oowadtlan, In w.illo siul nuuiy eiqult.tt'y braail.ul tuiU, In jwnd.r form, itsdy H
A for ly s'rnply mixing Hi cold water. Anrmei eau brueh It on. H
ALABA3TINC reliMAU to Wa.'e, dletroya dlHeu serine and Trruln,Bltl never rubs
off or aoslia. Cur wall eoatliiKe, umler fanolful namee, ajul uaivilly ailxul with hot H
water, art njirultUul kakraolAaa, atuok on tlu wall w th glue, whloh aoon rota, H
nourlaUm mu or deadly dleenee, ruU awl aealea, eilllnir walla, vlotblnt nnd funiltura. H
Tml It le nemanry to raSatah, Un i.H nnate moat bo waalted off an iitalre, naaty, H
dleagreieablB Job, inAktBff the) nioABJ damp a id un'l to llve In.
Yhra vvs'U ar one ejrd with Alabaatlne, aare4t'lDe; ooata tay Va applied, year H
A LA B A ST I N E ",r Tmri W'eVoal waeldng tau walla, tbua aartnf peel iietM ami aamiyanre. - '")B
in. Dur.b.i. waii coetino. Hot and Cold Water KnlsomlncR Have No Merit H
Won't Hub Off; kimiWimt-y toiMi!ltiMm,lmrli!tlmoiira-,,an4 trjlua tuaeUon Alabaeluw's demand H
VJ H Y 7 until each tlm. ae t'i Ir ruKtomr-rs 1 rn of ttw ImnnN tinu. H
I THCY AnE V;OflTHLC3S PnEPAIIATIONS H
I IlecaTiso it oomonts to, awl jj yoa pannoi lr AU'aei'iui of yonr liardwn-e, paint rr drug di-Jer refaea all 1
Is not stuck till tlie iv all witli inaiaiionK, and wHto us We w II till you wh rs jou ran Bvt AU' e.,tlm, without delay. H
decaylitir, niilinal c ne, djj nro or I1 II to jou dlnri 1SOO.OO GtVCM AWAY. Wrlle for iarlliUrs. jH
lahM" hleli'n!r.i ki.blr?iiilri ""' ' ''" ,ln" h,n!f ,"" '"Vnl mni fur rt,,u' "MllS IJa' m """ iaH
'"..' yiUCJt lire KlUHOmillM yn the heme, Tree i i AleWtlue only In pe.keja., l rup. rly laU led. H
sold undir fanciful iiamos. H
AUUir-ina Pvmn'vnvr G"'ND RAPIDS, MICH. H
You cm apply llih tline. M I a D 3 S U I II c company and tcs w' ji , e un city. jH
ALL 5WH5 FAIL IN A DRY TIME
I TWE 5I0N Of THE f ISH HEVLR TAILS
tIN A VET TIME.
Remember thb tvhenou buy Witt
YYeothc r Clothing tni look for Ihe
name TOWf R on the buttora
Thii jljn tri t" J winthtve stood
for the BE5T durifij 4Ut-jevtn
ytus of Increasing xks.
Ifirjr deoitr will not JupfVouvmte for
free cotoJojue of fclacK or .yellow water
proof oiled coati. jlicktrj.iuitvh&ti. and
Mrtt tfoodi for oil Mnd of wet work.
A. J. TOWER CO, THB cjWDfj
TOWER CAHADIAN CO, " '
TOaOWTO. CAW OTTSS. WMlKfl,,
R. II. OFFICER & cbTj
A8SAYEH3 AND CHEMI8TO
&&7.SlSS?S Silt Ul. fitj, Cul
have come In nlv upon It Almont entirely
fur thn ninny little tlilUK for Vfhlcb 1 need
"When epidemics of la itrlppo first Ixv
gnn to make their nppenrniita In this
country 1 was a aulTiiri.r from this dls
vase "I had several lonu bIircs with the
Rrlp At flrat I did not kniiw that
runs was a remedy for this dlkeaie.
When I heard that la Krlppa was epl
dcmla catarrh, I tried i'eruna tor la
Krlppe. nnd round It to be juit the thing "
Pe-ru-nn Used In the Family for
Mrs. K. Weat. 117 Main Btroet, Mrnasha,
VVK, writes Wo bate used 1'eiunn Inoiir
family fornnumlier nf rears and when I
say that It le a flue medicine for catarrh
and colds. I know what I am tnlMnir
about- I hnvo InVrn It every sprlnu and
fall for four years nrxl I find that It knps
me robuet, stroiiK, vvltb splendid appetite,
and free from any Illness. A few yi ant bko
It rureil mn of catarrh of the stomach,
which the doctors bail pronounced Incur
able, I am very much plenecd with I'eruna.
1 am 87 ytars old "Mrs. K. VcsU
Conuiiniiaiid Vot, IUr Irunl
llrlll. l"lrl anil llnrlef Nlrell
Oak, Tan hi ij VI. 1 1 Mlher llejt.
Inn llul.hrr llelllniel Wlieel.
Iiarronei Dleelnu lUml ami t Ir
ruler vri sheet Iron anil
She. I SI. el, Ii,l,,.r rklrie
(otlmi Vtaetei I Icke anil Hh.,,
tle lliihh.r llue 1'liieand nt.
I lik llettillee llUekenillli llel.
luwei I , VVrrnrhrei llrllle,
Nlnrke ami Hire Mine Hall, H to
SO III l Iron HiioHiisei Mertelfe
rin. l,i. r Sleelmnlrel
Hliieee ami llenaeei tonkins
I lenelle ami tlelfenlieil Warel
Sllnlna- lloole ami ( Inllilusl
Moiiutaliir.r" lle.relle tor.
When Answerlnfl Advertisements
Kindly Mention This Paper.
Looking for a Home?
Than Mhy not keep In tlew the
fact that th farming lantf of
raiuffci. tl i k i i f iwownoo
r ovoir Tut itu i-i un i i i , t i yu
bai lxn tii.uut(.sl
I FREE Homestnad Lands
tilllj trriiMiU wtilU oth't Und tiiav 1 rar
clttUsi froHi Hlwj' ttnd I nii Cumi .. Iti4
1 on ih coMnwnt. prv4uiii Ut tl imin,
tun) catila ifffil on iisiM ktvu) urtstij Ux nuiktt
3!'irLi(it feliiMil, IUItvtr utitl ulliithvr
nmUllluii nmk Ulm tmuiU mi tnvt
Hblo iHit for thw lilcr.
fttla. for a ltcitptl AtU. ftiuJothoi tnloiiniika
ot u ih uihortifxt i iis41or Oovvrnaioai Aw
niSNI iMVlgS KO IL tUNN ULOCtLCKN
IKALAVLKUt t itbAI MU.& HO; TANA
W N U Snlt I nkn No f- 1004
Pe-ru-nn Is a Cntnrrlial Tonic
Uspcclnlly Adapted til tho HH
Decllnlnjr Powers of
In old ago tl a mumiis membranes be- H
rnniothickiuiil nrd tirtly lovi their tunc- B
lids lmde to partial loss of hearing. H
sinill mid taite, nH vull as diKestIre dls- kH
l'iriinn rnrrrrts nil this by Ha rpcclfla H
oncnitliiu on bit llio mucous tiienuirane H
One bolllnVTllI convince anyone Onco H
nerd nnd l'triinn Iwimui n lifo-lonK H
stand by with old nnd ynuiiu
Mrs. 1' K l.Utlo, Tolona, 111 , writes I H
"1 can rrcommtiid 1'cruua as n Routl mrd H
Iclnn for chronic, ca H
tarrh n( the slomncl. A TP,AVELKR M
nnd bowils I have ...ruuvwnu sBBH
been troubll se- T8KVNTY.ONI H
verely with It tor VtAW8OPA0t H
over n year, nnd also s. J H
a roiiRh Now my counh Is all gone, ami H
all thudltro!i.elnus)niptomaof catarrh of H
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