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THE PILLS THAT
Mrs. Henry Story, of No.
532 Muskinj jdum Ave-, Zanes
ville, Ohio,, says: "My husband
suffered from rheumatism so
that he could hardly stand. His
back hurt and he had such
pain in his left arm that he
could not rest night or. day.
The doctor did him no good
and it was not until he tried
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills that
he was helped. Six boxes cured
him completely and he has not
had an ache or a pain since.
We think the pills are the best
medicine in the world."
cure rheumatism because they
make new blood. It would be
folly not to try a remedy with
such a convincing record of
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
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"All Slarns Fail la a Dry Time"
THE SIGN OS THE FISH
NETEB. FAILS IN A WET TTCIE
In ortlprfnr Tovrer'a Slickers,
m customer write: "I Jcnota
they will be all right if they
have the 'Fish on them.'
This confidence Is the out
growth of sixty-nine years of
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Mahert of Warranted Wet Weather Clothing
Calvert. Jr. I want to commend you
for your loyalty to a friend.
Baity Moore Come again. What do
you refer to?
"I understand that when Yabsley criti
cised Blabsley's banquet speech you
promptly knocked Yabsley down."
"Yes, but that wasn't through loyalty
to Blabsley. It wna because 1 had writ
ten the speech." Baltimore American.
Hats for gentlemen are now worn
larger. They must be a size larger than
formerly,- so aa to come down farther on
the back of the head of the wearer. That
is the latest authorized dispensation. On
the whole, it is better than the old style
of wearing a head too big for one's hat,
an the saying goes. It dispenses with tue
implied swelling. Boston Herald.
The man who thinks he is the boss of
Ihe house because hp is the bread-winner
ihculd be taught that he has not half the
long1 of the bread baker. Chicago Jour
Dai. Good News for All.
Bradford, Tenn., Nov. 21 (Special)
Scientilio research 6hows Kidney Trouble
to be the father of so many diseases that
news of a discovery of a 6ure cure for it
cannot fail to be welcomed all over the
country. And according to Mr. J. A.
Davis of this place just such a cure is
found in Dodd's lvidney Pills. Mr. Davis
'"Dodd's Kidney Pills are all that is
claimed them. They have done me more
good than anything 1 have ever taken.
I had Kidney Trouble very oad and after
taking ' a few boxes of Dodd's Kidney
Pills 1 am completely cured. I cannot
praise them too much."
Kidney Complaint develops into
Bright's Disease, Dropsy, Diabetes, Rheu
matism, and other painful and fatal dis
eases. The safeguard is to cure your
kidneys with Dodd's Kidney Pills when
they show the first symptom of disease.
The less tenderness a man has in his
nature the more he requires of others.
Piso'sCure cannot be too highly spoken of I
as a cough cure. -J. W. O'Brien, 322 Third '
Ave., N ., Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 6, 1900.
The man with a grievance is a grievance
to others.- Chicago Daily News.
.AXfcgetable Preparalionfor As -simulating
tlrtg the Stoinacrs crvlBowels of
ness andltest.Contams neither
Opium.Morpriine nor Mineral.
A perfect Remedy for Constipa
tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrrioea
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
Tac Simile Signature of
EXACT CCPV OF WRAPPER.
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TOR H02IE DECO.BATION. ,
Japanese and Indian cottons, In either
old blue and white or old Llue and yel
low, make both unusual and very at
tractive as well as Inexpensive cur
Pineapple Is araong the effective
autumn window hangings. One In a
dark tone of terra cotta, with stripes
of pale oriental yellow, is particular!
Dwarf evergreen shrubs may replace
the flowering plants In the window for
the winter with good effect. The decided
addition of plant life may thus be re
tained all the year round.
An ingrain filling is the most practical
covering for the edges of floors where
the floor itself is too bad to be left ex
! posed. If it is possible to stain the
edges of the floor It is both more satis
factory and less expensive in the end.
In buying chairs it is well to bear In
' mind the rules laid down for the cabinet'
makers themselves simplicity, stabili
ty, strength, perfection of execution, in
harmony with its object, and, last but
net least, beauty of outline.
While an entire absence of frieze,
with just a molding In the angle of wall
and ceiling, is correct at present, many
people object to this as looking unfin
ished; so, as a compromise, a plain frieze
a tone lighter than the side walls is
One of tho newest and most popular
wavs to cover a front doer panel is with
a plain brussels net white if the wood
work is white; ecru if the woodwork la
dark. An insertion of lace is usually
sewed on this. Over the panel a thin
eilk curtain is arranged to draw . at
thing In skirts.
Most of the small hats are tricornes
or boat-shaped turbans.
The crown is quite distinct from the
brim In the new turbans.
Tulle is one of the latest trimming
ideas and is used in great quantities.
Ribbon of two contrasting shades is
very smart for trimming tailor hats.
Cog de roche is most effective as a
relief note with gray-green and brown.
Not for years has the separate wrap
been such an important feature of dress,
The plush coat, put away years ago,
: is to make its reappearance this winter.
Aigrettes are to be much worn and are
! of spangled and jetted tulle for turbans,
Lovely poke bonnets trimmed with
ostrich tips are shown for wee maidens
Lots of fire brown and spinach green
will be exploited in panne velvet and
This new "yetta" skin is not nearly
so becoming as the EOft, long-haired
It would be difficult not to find at least
one becoming color in the approved
As long as big sleeves remain in vogue
the short cape garment will be to the
Toques made cf velvet leaves and fruit
are very modish, particularly the vine
cni leaves of the muscatel grape.
Dr. Louis Robinson asserts that the
aquiline nose is not merely imposing
or ornamental, but is requisite to a
full development of the human voice
Warts and mole3 are regarded as
dangerous by a Philadelphia physl
cian. lie cites 25 cases in which they
have taken on active malignant form.
and he urges an operation before
malignant disease has begun to de
The students in the London school
of medicine for women were recent
ly advised by one of their instructors.
Miss Murdoch, to avoid uncommon
forms of clothing and to do the best
to dissipate the idea that medical
women are careless about their per
sonal attire. "Those who imagine,"
she said, "that slovenly dress 13 asso
ciated in the public mind with clever
ness are certainly under a delusion."
The deplorable summer waste of
child life, especially In crowded cities,
calls for scientific attention. A recent
medical writer claims that the epi
demic diarrhoea that proves so fatal
may be avoided by the following pre
cautions: (1) Clean milk nipples.
(2) Clean towns, with effective sew
age removal, dust collection and dis
posal and street watering. (3) Clean
home3, with attention to food utensils,
covering food from dust and flies, and
personal habits, and (4) destruction
or exclusion of flies.
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Pi PRACTICAL GREENHOUSE
Efow an Inexpensive and Good Build
ing Hay Be Put Up to Serve the
A very convenient size and one that
an be built with the least loss in cut
ting material Is as
follows: Twelve ft
long, 10 ft. wide
1 ft. to apex ol
ridge, 3 ft. to plate
form of roof equal
span of ridge
Training, 2x4 in. scantling, sided with
common sheathing and covered with
.vaterproof paper or cloth. The cut
ihow how to build it. Sash frames arc
made of 2x1 1-4 in. stuff, either mitered
jr halved at corners, no rabbeting la re
uired. but the stuff shuld ba dressed
nstad of glass, translucent waterprool
paper is used. It oosts lss than glass
Is almost as transparent and is perfectly
vaterproof. It is laid n in one sheei
md cemented all around so that no cold
;an enter. Being a bad conductor oJ
leat. It retains the Inside heat much
aetter than glass.
Take the 1x2 In. stuff and out lntc
engths. eight of them into 6 ft. piece
ind six into 3 ft. pieces for the ends ol
COXSTRUCTIOK OF GREENHOUSE.
the sash and middle braces. Make intc
frames by either mitering or halving
n the latter case Lcrew them togethei
irmly and fix the center bars. Take r.
imall quantity of cement and give it t
. ery light dressing, along the inner edg
f the frames and lay your paper oi
.loth down on it and rub down hard
hen cut half-round finishing and nai
iown with brads. Do not put any or
:he lower end, as it would hold the
vater up and this is not desirable.
When the cement is thoroughly dry
he sash is ready to put on. Befon
oing this, take vrell-heated horse ma
ure, fill up the benches, tramping ii
own firmly . When the heat In th
laxiure has fallen o about 90 degrees
over it with about 3 in. of good soh
lade very fine and put on the sash. In
i day or two seeu can be sown anc
lants or cuttings put In.
The whole expense of this house need
iot exceed ?15, yet as good plaats can
je grown in it as in one costing $100
The sash can be taken off after the sea
son is over and stored in a dry pla
-ill needed again for the next season's
vork. Robert H. Heath, in Farm anc
CUTTING BACK THE CATALPA
WTien and How the "Work Hay Be
Done to the Best Ad
vantage. One of our subscribers from south
srn Illinois desires to know If catal
pas set out last spring should be cui
oack before another season's growth
xnd, if so, when such cutting back
.hould be done.
The cutting back, when done at all
should be attended to the latter part
of winter. Whether or not cutting
jack is advisable must be determined
by the conditions of the trees in each
individual case. It may be better tc
et the trees grow as they are another
aar before performing the operation.
If they were but one year old plants
vhen set last year it will doubtless b
best to wait another year before cut
ting them back. It is best to have a
sood, strong root system establishef
before the cutting is done, eo that r
arge growth of top will result the first
Cutting back is done to secure a
straight stem and one with the fewest
possible branches. This increases very
materially the value of the timber.
Whether or not any cutting back is
necessary or fiesirable will depend
upon the present condition of the tree?
as reg-ard3 straigMness and freedom
from branches. If cutting back is re-
-orted to it will be best to keep watch
Df the trees for a time after they start
n the spring and ot allow too manr
sprouts to grow from each stump.
Whether or not more than one shoo'
be allowed to grow from each roof
should depend upon the present thick
ness of the stand and the strength ol
the root. If there are places where thf
stand is thin, more sprouts to the root
may be left than where no trees art
missing. More sprouts may be lefl
than one expects to permit to remain
permanently, provided the roots ar
strong and vigorous. Some of th
sprouts can bi cut out when large
enough for stake fences. It Is well tc
remember that the more sprouts to 8
root the shorter will be the first sea
son's growth and the nearer will th
first limbs be to the ground. Prairi
One of the great drawbacks to onion
growing Is the blight. There Is more o;
less of this every year, but some yeari
it breaks out with a violence which car
ries the whole crop before it. Like near
Iy all such plant diseases it is cause
by a fungus; and the prevention or car
of the blight is merely a problem o
circumventing this parasite. Preven
tion is better than cure, in this case a
in nearly all others. Something can b
done by cleaning up a field after an onloi
rop, and burning the tops and wastt
onions. Throwing these on the manun
pile, or turning them under, Is very bad
Rotation of crops is advisable after i
serious outbreak of blight. There is lit
tle danger of the fungus being distrib
uted in the onion seed. The diseast
can be checked to some extent after V-
has appeared by spraying with Bor
deaux mixture, but such spraying jj
hard to perform and not always- -sun
of success: -Country GeittJecraB.
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In the Stonewall mine, San Diego
county, California, an earthquake so
twisted the shaft that the timbers were
pulled around to the opposite sides of
the shaft from their original position.
Residents of Paonia, Col., claim that
the largest apple in the world was raised
In that district this year. It is of the
Wolf river variety and weighs 314
ounces. Fine large strawberries were
picked In Paonia the third week In Oc
The keeper of the lighthouse near
Crescent City, Cal., reports a battle be
tween a sea lion and an octopus. The
octopus wound Its tentacles around the
lion's "body, but the lion bit off one of
them after the other and ate them
Others then helped to dispose of the
sea lion's carcass.
A telegraph operator at Prairie du
Chien, Wis., was ordered to stop a train
because there was trouble on the tracks
ahead. He did not have time to set his
signals, so threw a lantern through the
window of the cab and the engineer took
the hint, stopped and averted a bad ac
The biggest beehive in the world Is a
natural one, in Kentucky, known as the
"Mammoth Beehive." It is in reaolity a
huge cave, the main compartment ol
which is 150 feet high, the floor covering
ten acres in extent The beehive is of
solid rock, the roof having been entirely
honeycombed by bees.
Just as a chimney was about to fal
on the head of Gen. F. C. Prescott, as
he walked along a street in San Eer
nardino, Cal., R. Kennedy, his rival in
candidacy for the assembly, rushed up
dragged him away and saved his life.
Prescott wanted to withdraw at once
from the canvass in favor of Kennedy.
but Kennedy would not have It so.
The University of Washington is in
vestigating the discovery testified to
by "dozens of miners" that a live toad
was found on October 10 in the coal
mines at Newton, six miles from Seattle
in a solid stratum of coal, 300 feet below
the surface. It was carried to the sur
face and lived several hours. It is said
to have been of unusual size.
And What They Mean.
When Old Mother Nature gives you
a "whack," remember "there's a rea
son," so try and say "thank you," then
set about finding what you have done
to demand the rebuke, and try and
get back inio line, for that's the happy
place after all.
Curious hov many highly organized
people fall to appreciate and heed the
first little, geutie "whacks" of the
good old Dame, but go right along
with the habit, whatever it may be,
that causes her disapproval. Whisky,
Tobacco, Coffee, Tea or other unnat
ural treatment of the body, until se
rious illness sets in or some chronic
Some people seem to get on very
well with those things for awhile, and
Mother Nature apparently cares but
little what they do.
Perhaps she has no particular plana
for them and thinks it little use to
waste time in their training.
There are people, however, who
seem to be selected by Nature to "do
things." The old Mother expects them
to carry out some department of her
great work. A portion of these select
ed ones oft and again seek to stimulate
and then deaden the tool (the body)
by some one or more of the drugs
Whisky, Tobacco, Coffee, Tea, Mor
You know all of these throw down
the same class of alkaloids in Chem
ical analysis. They stimulate and then
depress. They take from man or
woman the power to do his or her best
After these people have drugged for
a time, they get a hint, or mild
whack," to remind them that they
have work to do, a mission to perform,
and should be about the business, but
are loafing along the wayside and be
come unfitted for the fame and for
tune that waits for them if they but
stick to the course and keep the body
clear of obstructions so It can carry
out the behests of the mind.
Sickness is a call to "come up high
er. These hints come in various
forms. It may be stomach trouble or
bowels, heart, eyes, Kidneys or gen
eral nervous prostration. You may de
pend upon it when a "whack" comes
it's a warning to quit seme abuse and
do the right and fair thing with the
Perhaps it is coffee drinking that
offends. That Is one of the greatest
causes of human disorder among
Now, then, if Mother Nature Is gen
tle with you and only gives lighi
little "whacks" at first to attract at
tention, don't abuse her consideration
or she will soon hit you harder, sure
And you may also be sure she will
hit you very, very hard if you insist
on following the way you have been
It seems hard work to give up a
habit, and we try all sorts of plans
to charge our ill feelings to some othei
cause than the real one.
Coffee drinkers when ill will attrib
ute the trouble to bad food, malaria
overwork and what not, but they keer
on being sick and gradually getting
worse, until they are finally forced tc
quit entirely, even the "only on
cup a day." Then they begin to gel
better, and unless they have gone long
enough to set up some fixed organic
disease, they generally get entirely
It is easy to quit coffee at once and
for all, by having well made Postum
with its rich, deep, seal brown coloi
which comes to the beautiful golden
brown when good cream is added, and
the crisp snap of good, mild Java is
there If the Postum has been boiled
long enough to bring it out
It pays to be well and happy fox
good old Mother Nature then sends u
her blessings of many and various
kinds and helps us to gain fame and
Strip off the handicaps, leave oui
the deadening habits, heed Mother
Nature's hints, quit being a loser and
become a winner. She will help you
sure If you cut out the things that
keep you bate.
'There's a reason," and a profound
Look in each package for a cony cl
the. faQQUs little hook, "The Koad to
CLEANLINESS IN THE DAIRY
rhis Condition Is Absolutely Essen
tial to Safe and Profitable
In the dairy, of all places In the
world, it will not do to neglect for a
single day to keep a watch upon every
detail in regard to cleanliness
Two young men were keeping a dairy
near a city and one morning the driv
er discovered that all of the previous
day's milk was soured. Ice was plen
ty, the aerator and tank were clean
snd sweet, the pails, cans and strain
ers had been washed and scalded with
care, but the milk was soured. There
v-as a busy day in that dairy, and
when night came two tired young men
v ent to bed with the assurance thai
if there was any more sour milk then
they were not to be blamed.
They could find no cause for the
trouble and it did not occur again,
but in a few days one of them re
called an incident that happened the
morning befofe they discovered the
soured milk. They had been getting
more milk than th"y could sell ol
their route, and a neighbor had beer
taking a three-gallon can of eact
morning's milk, furnishing his owt
clean (?) corered cans. Upon ths
merning in question his driver failed
tc call for the milk, and It was poured
irom his can into the aerator tank
with the other milk. His cans wer
found to be vilely unclean and the on
they used contained enough bacteria tc
infect the milk cf the entire herd of 24
This is only one case where trouble
has been traced to such a source, ant
while this tima it only resulted in th
driver having to make apologies to his
customers for disappointing them, i
often has turned out more seriously. Ir
one case "floating curd" in a chees
factory was traced to one patron of th
factory who was careless with his mill
palls. A No. 1 reputation as a dairy
man Is hard to get and harder to keep
but once attained should be jealously
guarded. Farmers' Voice.
STORAGE OF CABBAGE.
Not Suitable for Silage, But Hay Bt
Safely Stored in
In the first place, silaging cabbage
has never been tried here, as far as I
have ever heard, and I do not bellevt
it is practical to make a cabbage silage.
as cabbage is composed of so large a
per cent, of water, it would be very
mushy and soft. There is a large acre
age of cabbage Lere, says the Michigan
correspondent of the Rural New York
er, and the price is very low, two dol
lars per ton being price paid by ship
pers. We have had good success keep
ing cabbage in pits, similar to potato
pits, but must not be kept too warm;
in fact as near the freezing point as
possible without actual freezing. Per
haps the best way is to dig a trench
CABBAGE STORAGE PIT.
18 or 24 Inches deep by 6ix feet wide,
and as many feet long as Is necessary
to hold the entire amount. Begin at
one end and pile the cabbage in such
a manner as to form a peak similar to
diagram. When eabbage are all in
cover with boards in such a manner
that they can be removed as cabbage
are used out. They should be placed
In pit just before freezing weather
begins. Cover the boards with straw
and as weather grows colder with ma
nure enough to keep from freezing. I
have ksowr. of cabbage being kept suc
cessfully in the way I have described.
Some vents should be left In the board
California leads in the production
of plums, prunes, pears, grapes, or
anges and lemons.
The peach rots very quickly, and
v;here it is to be refrigerated at all
should be refrigerated within a few
hours irom the time it is picked.
About 70 per cent, of the peach
crop is raised by the following states:
New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Vir
ginia, Illinois, Michigan Indiana, Mis
souri and New Jersey.
A New Hampshire man has a pear
tree which has this year borne a sec
ond crop of blossoms and fruit. The
second crop consisted of three fully
developed pears. Another man in that
state has a Baldwin apple "which is
In selecting a peach tree to plant
the experienced orchardist selects one
not over five feet tall and with a di
ameter of less than an inch. Some
een select whips three feet tall. The
amateur wants a big tree, not know
ing that It will not make the growth
of the younger tree.
Where orchards have been planted
too closely the only way to improve
renditions is to cut out every other
row and then thin the limbs of the
trees where needed. An orchard so
treated will frequently produce more
and better fruit than it did before the
putting out of half of the trees.
The Heifer Calf.
The heifer calf is not so small a
thing as she looks, for she is the hope
of the future herd. Keep her grow
ing and try to put her whsre files will
not torment what little life she has out
of her. As soon as sho can eat, do not
be parsimonious with your ground oats
and bran, the very best grain ration
for the calf destined to become when
grows, a deep, rich milker. But avoid
fattening foods, and keep it distinctly
In mind that you are rearing a dairy
cow, not a beef creature. Protein oi
nitrogenous matter Is the substance
out of which to make a good cow, not
fat or starchy material. Therefore
corn meal or potatoes would not 6eem
to be the best food by any means fo
a heifer calf. American Dairyman.
It Is reported that a good man?
rands of poor fertilizers are beli
sold to fruit growers, the said fer
tilizers being made largely of sand
loam and the like. The fruit growen
;ad better let tie cheap rertiuzen
lone aid 'huy good brands; whJch'wfl
prove to b"e the cheapest in the nd
M Miss Rose P
Parkdale Tennis Club, Chicago, from ex
perience advises all young girls who have
pains and sickness peculiar to their sex, to use
Lydia E Pinkharn's Vegetable Compound
IIo-w many beautiful young girls develop iuco -worn, listless and
hopeless vomen, simply because sufficient attention has not been paid
to their physical development. Xo woman is exempt from physical
weakness and periodic pain, and young girls just budding into woman
hood should be carefully guided physically as well as morally.
If you know of any young lady who is sick, and needs motherly
advice, aslc her to write to Mrs. rinkham at Lynn, Slass., who will
give her advice free, from a source cf knowledge which is un
equalled in the country Do not hesitate about stating details
which one may not like to talk about, and which are essential for
a full understanding of the case.
"Dear Mrs. Pinkham : I feel it is my duty to
write and tell you of the benefit I have derived from your advice and
the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Ihe pains
in my back and womb have all left me, and my menstrual trouble is
corrected. I am very thankful for the good advice you gave me, and I
shall recommend your medicine to all who suffer from female weakness
Miss Fannie Kumpe, 1922 Chester St., Little Rock, Ark. (Dec. 16, 1900.)
Xydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will cure any
woman in the land who suffers from womb troubles, inflamma
tion of the ovaries, kidney troubles, nervous excitability, nervous
prostration, and all forms of woman's special ills.
FO R FEIT If cannot forthwith prodneo tho orifrfnl letter and rignatorcs oC
abova testimonial, wlucU wiU proro their absolute genuineness.
W. L. Daunlaa makes and
sAoes than any other manufacture In tno world
The reason W. I Donghis $3.50 shoes are the preatest pellets In tho -world Is because of their excel
lent style. esy fitting ana superior wenriiiB Qiij-lities. If 1 cr.i:ld show ym the difference bet ween tl:e
shoes made In my factory and th'.se of other makes and the tiigb-crade leat hers used, yon would under
stand why V. L. Douglas S3.SO shoes cost more to make, why they hold thc!r sluipe. tit better, wear
loncer, and are of rrenter intrtusin vain than any other $3.60 shoe oa the market to-day, and why the
sales for the year ending July 1, l"(H. were Ssr.,?:.040..M.
W. L. Douglas guarantees their value by stampttm Ins name and price oa the bottom. IxkK lor Jt
take no substitute. Sold by shoe dealers everywhere.
SUPERIOR IN FIT9 GQftfSFQRT AND WEAR
" hart itorn TT. . Douglas $3.50 shs for the last thrive ynrt with absolute
latiifaetma.. 1 find tl r. wnor in fit. mrnj-rt and trenr to oilier' calmarpm
HJtO to fl.OO."ii. S. McCt:E Dept. Coil., U. S. Int. Recrnu?, Richmond, Va.
W. T.. Donslan oses Corona Coltskln in hl sn.SO shoe. Corona Colt Is conceded to
lo ttie finest latent Leather made.. Fat Color Jhyelets nsl exclusively.
W. Lm DOUGLAS, Brockton, ttiaasachasetia.
ter pattern, penetration and more uniform results gener
ally than any other shell3. The special paper and the Win
chester patent corrugated head used in making "New
Rival" shells give them strength to withstand reloading.
BE SURE TO GET WINCHESTER MAKE OF SHELLS.
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ute building, is ew lurk.
Cured. Gives quick
relic'. Removes ail
swelling is 8 to 30
cure 3 to 6o days. Trial treatment free.
Dr. H.H. Green's Sons. Box D. Atlanta, Ca.
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Ienstruation was irregular.
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