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now in;iri:s8 hcsimnps
have luxom: mxn n.
Krvrr iV- n rmit fr?1 .) liclplrns as
wlirii lir I k.Vi i;;xin llif mfT miik of 11.
wife le I'jvti mil Vmvia Ihit he ii
rMl-m to j.'fv-iit it. Ati'l when, a
Isnftrn the Chv, lip exhausted every
rrieana at lit lim:,l in the Yiu (I,.it
l.i rr!nre liti to licallli, M .lc-iir
atmmt KjimU li-r suff.-rii-i'. There are
liusUn.ls lio hsve mim.-i1 tlirmiKh tilt
xtn- H e n ii .1 li.ive fotiml a uy to le
hel'ifu! tn ll.eir hrs whi-n ilivirintis
lisd aLixjluttl failed to cure, soj Ufa
Ten j-oweric-M to help the sufferer.
One (r.rh busUaaJ thus relate bit ex
perit nie :
"I lake pleasure in writing you to let
you know ixut your !:avoriic ltrsrrip
Iiom,' hti Mr. E. Ii. rricke, of IV.ers.
hurt?, Menard Co., Ills., Bx j. "My
wii'e had len sick nearly all lier life,
and after trying everything I could think
of I tn.!e up my trint to try 'favorite
I"tcscri!.tic;i.' t sent to Cluoiro and fot
six IxitUM. which my wife took, a table
;vonul three times a day, until the
baby cam-. She felt bcUer'after taking
the first bottle, and when baly was born
lie weighed rune and a half pounds.
To-lay he is six months oid ami weighs
twenty-two pound. He i aa pxxi a
child aa any one could wish. The doctor
ays Vie is as healthy as any could
be, and also the doctor uyi your 'Favor
ite I'Tescnption was the cause of such a
healthy b.!.y. I felt I owed you this
much for the Rood you did my wife and
lor c.y own happiness.
HiS "LETTER HALF.
The reference to the wife aa the
better half" it made sometimes half
humorously. But in bis hest every
Dtan feels that the old phfau exprew
a fact. When the wife is sick the whole
fabric of borne totters to its tail. When
the wife is confined to her ted the hus
band leads a hall life, a life from which
the sunshine and laughter have twen
taken away. It it not to he wondered
at therefore, that husbands express their
gratitude for the cures which iollow the
ue of Ir. Tierce's havoiue rrrsenptton.
What a change from a sickly bed-ridden
wife, helpless ami niiM-rb!e, to a wifa
who is one more able to "guide tU
biHiK In health and happiness,
Iy wife was alilicted with uterine
trouble foe several years," writes Mr.
J. C. Day, of Little Itntain, ljinraslrr
Co., I'a., "and in November, iSi, the
iWntor Ktid she hi 1 a mth:ip. lie
trlel her for a!mt two months or so,
but there was but little improvement. I
wrote you alter she hnd commenced to
lake ' I'avoute I'rrCTipHon ' and you
lol.l us to fel (kT,drn Medical l'..v'ov-t-y
' also, bhe took six or seen bottles
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mSAS CIIY WEEKLY S'AR C.NE YEAR, 25 iim.
rf favorite Tievrlt tion ami two of
totdfn Medlral lnwovery' she w
mrvl and f.,i out of -d and was !.!
lo attend to her hUMwr,f k om e nmte
.H t..r l irrce'a arorite iTrwription
llinket weak women airong and sick
women well. It rta!,!ihf, re'd'Htv
dri.- the drains winch weaken women!
h'Mla iMflanimatinn and liberation and
cur. female weakncM. When taken at
fueparative for maternity it promotes
li'-i'tn of Kiy and theerf.i!i,e-ji tf
niin l. It encourages the ; jite In
bi.es refrenblng sleep, n! when the
hour of trial come it makes the baby s
advent practically jwiulrna. It i. the
l st tonic- for nursing mo'liers, prom.4
ln the flow of the nutntioe aecretioni
and giving the moiuvr trenKth to Kiv
"My wife was ,ick f- ovee eiKbt
years' write. Allrt If. I'ulte. Esq . of
Altamont. . run.lv Cn .
Tenn. J,he had uterine
disease and was treated by
two physicians and Rot no
relief. At I . 1 1 ...,t
'cnrf your Memorandum
ifcioki wliuh ou sent me
atn:t lr. Tierce's medi
cinea, and we decided to
try his Favorite rrescrip
tron.' I sent to the drug
atora and ot one bottle
and the first dose Rave
ease and aleep. She had
not slept any for three
ti'ghu. Being sure that
it would cure ber I tent
for five more hottlea, and
when she had taken the
x bottles she was sound
Women who are suffer
ing; from dueaset of long
standing are invited to con
suit Dr. Tierce, by letter,
rrt. All letters are pri
vately read and privately
answered, and the nii,n
ronfvlence of women are treated with
the same strict professional privacy oh
served by I. Pierce in personal contul
Utiout with women at the Invalids'
Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo,
N. V. Address Dr. E V. 1'ierce, Buf
faln, N. Y,
This offer of free consultation by letter
is not to be classed with the spurious
offers of "free medical advice " made by
those who having neither professional
training nor experience are medically
and legally unqualified to give the ad
vice they offer. Although it takes more
than a diploma to make a Rood physi
cian yet the medical diploma is esaen
tul as witnessing to professional study
and training. It is well for women to
examine into offers of "free medical
advice." and to ascertain whether the
offer is made by those competent pro
fessionally and legxllv to pive medical
advice. Any one can offer "medical
advice" but such advice from one wh
i not medically educated and qualified
ia cot only worthless but dangerous.
In a little over thirty years Dr. Iherce,
chief consulting physician to the Inva'
lids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buf.
falo, N. Y., assisted by bis staff of nearly
a score of physicians, has treated and
cured hundreds of thousands of weak
and sick women. Wnte therefore with
out fe as without fear to lr. SL. V.
Pierce, Puffalo. N. Y.
The effort ol aome dealer to sell a
substitute for "Favorite Prescription" aj
"just at good" ia due to the fact that
lcs meritorious preparations pay a little
more profit. Insist on bating the medi
cine which make weak women strong
and tick women well.
TO HCSMAXDS AKD WIVES.
The best medical work for the hom
la Dr. lierce" Common Srne lied
ical Adviser. Thia RTeat work treats ol
health and disease from the view-point
of common sense. It cor.i:n. ir.S
lrRet-es and is tent rr on receipt c-f
stamp to pay expense of mailing oty.
bend ! oue-crnt stamps for the book
in paper-cover, or ji stamps foe ths
cloth-bound volume. Addres Dr. SL. V.
1'tcrcc, buiUlo, N. Y.
e,,iM,..r in tin- w,u 1.1 j-uMi-l,! In
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. . .
BY JOHN H, RAriEHT,
When Chueky wta 7 ba went It
church frli:iDr!y for tha first time. Ill,
prevloua a'tfn!anc-a was not prompt j
by platy utile th revwrenc to wljlvii
b held hit mother iD)Rl,t L ealUd 1
oit of vk&rloua piety. II b4 gone u ,
church bavauae h 1cLt1 it and t '
causa b aometlmea wept in fear th,
Blmuat a;.TlT, anil ber kbU Uc
aliona aa it bad aut shone for mt-kt
f Urine a hleeJ abort balr for tba flr
time ln ,thjbxri. Cbnrkr bad ai
overniaatrlD( dealra to how blmaelt
)1 yet wore th b!f laca roilar anil Ih.
low eat abe bkh la bl taoUbei'i
wistful erea aerred aa flimsy but pal
pablo barrier acatnst th hardentni
Influence of year. iHyrr, ilowa la ht
retlhoua heart C'burky lnGt;4 for U
ciay when b mlutt wear a aweater am
Ion- panu. H would bar aere4 a,
colyte If they would only let him ap
pear behind th altar rail ia the. u
him. glorlfled atUra of Inclpiset tnaa
Th lrl of the town thonrM tha
the boy waa -tocgh for his afxe." Tbej
Old not know that h waa only develop
Inx tba ambition to repriwa bla weak
ceanea only to ahow them at -i Um.
and la the titucrr which, to bl mal
mind, cermed most seemly and bet
But lb HMtjQd Sunday artr bis blrtli
day a audden retreraal of temper puz
xled hi mother. When aha told bin
to prepare for church h sulked. b
Jected and finally howled hi protest
6ha threatened, coaxed, bribed. K
ahould hava a ponny for himself, h.
should get a holiday from school. Eh
would tell Father Tearlake.
"Why won't you so. my soaT asket
"I don't want to."
Tbat wsj the only answer he wouk
told him be might wear bb
"erery-day waist" with, tie turndowi
collar, that he might have his boots
anytblna; la reason. It b would f.c
I cat waa tba Dual artumrut, but 1
only served to dry bis tears. Bh wai
puuled and ventured to appeal to fcb
father, who, unhappily for bar hopi
set Chucky do lofty exampla either o
piety or unmanlike obedience.
"Send him up to roe," said the fstb
er, "and 1 11 find out why the boy hu
lost his sudden streak of devotion. 11
take him to church If you aay so, mi
but I Intended that Is, I hoped to e
When tha child slouched Into th.
rom his father. Immersed In a book
mumbled: -Wbafs the matter? Ar
you sorry you bad your eurls cut o9
"Will you go to church wrltk mt?"
"Will you go alone?"
. "My boy." said the father, laylci
down bis book, "you're afraid of aome
body. Has tha Schneider boy cot yot
"He run out at me," said tltt child
shifting his feet.
"Why don't you "get hack; at kJaT"
"He a bigger!! me. sir."
"Get a rock or haven't yxm a base
"Well, take that wlia you, and It hi
trie to run you. scare hl-n."
"All right, air."
Th boy stamped down into the base
mLt like a soldier under order. Hb
father waubed him go down to vt'l
tinder Oi irting rlng sunlight will
hi wr club oner his shoulder Ilk t
Puritan going to th meeting-Bouse It
the dc;s when the Indian lurked
And torether for a space the motbei
nd father of the boy wslted la th.
r rr? to see whe'her their son woulc
eon; home routed, weeping, perhspi
beaten. He did not come.
"1 fur be ran the blockade." sale
"I'd as lave he stsyed at horns as tc
Prht on Sunday," said tha motier rue
fully. Hut at noon h came back, hi ba1
proudly hoisted on his abouldr. Mi
rlothea In tatters, bis face aroearw:
with dry mud and congealed blood. h!i
ryes sparkling, his prayer book clutch
ed In hi dirty brown hand.
"la heaven' name, what happened
to you?" crtPd bl mother, hold'ng htrs
by th shoulders, "ars you hurt"
W here have you been?''
"I been f ebur-rh. ma, o' courae." He
brealblc-aa. but it was wltlt tri
umph, not dismay.
"You'v bea flthtlng. air." aald the
woman, her eyns Oiled with tosra ol
shams and pity, "and on Hunday? Why
did you do it?"'
H run out at ma. !' alia run
nln' nut at sin."
"Who? Who's bc-B running out a!
"Ju-bnelder's boy. 1U calls tat
VlnrenrV snd said he wut gln' for t
"And what did you do?" askad hi
father, laying a aofl band on th turn
er's calico gown.
"! let m bav it, ir." ouoth th
frrklod by, looking up la bntutinc
"And what did h do?"
"lie Jumped me. ir," answered
(luiky, galulhg cvmcdi-nc as he Unk
ed Iriuj the tearluaa, brlglittnlug ey
of bl father, "h Jumped run, an' w
ktnd-a fell ovr. au' It wus muddy, an'
b scratched ci aa' I hurled
r hurt. my son," sighed the
wo ii .a a.
"I burt my head on th gutter, but I
had m down, an' bopp4 alia good'
"Say well dfarle," apak th wo
man, trying to srull.
"And I d whovied him tumble, but
his mammy-muther run aut aa' said I
was a nasty aomathln'. I rt .an no whst
so I kep' oa whoppln", a' a tried to
reroute ma la th' stummkk . I hj
t set on him. Ah. yon on a e blip.
11a worker looktn' "
"6ay 'woraa.' not 'woreer,' child,"
rtpialned hi mother.
"Hut bow did It what bappwadT"
laterrupted ths man.
"Ah. Mra Ijcbnelder aee b wni get
tla' th worstMt-wont. an' an pulled
ro oft an' started la fur f glv hint a
saofw wors lickla' you ever saw. aa'-"
"WaalT" ctornsed, tha m and liU
"Aa ten I wuot f tkutvh,' cooclul
4 tka breathlnsa (.TiucVy.
"lsid yuu go way iovi to our p,
son"' gasped bl mothar.
' liut what did you da wtta th batT
cnwaUMtioaed tha father.
"I tuk ft wit me, ar, an' put It
ber th' kneeliug b.rd."
"PiJu't sn).-xiy say anytk'-ng t
"Nm.'r. Ibciu lli;(;i'is ibil'rea St
.t lt.n: led kHf Ttll U!V,
but I shuk M n.t at hvily. an' be
. Vmvs.' 5dwr." . tiul CtxVy s
mofcr. lenOfrg pirn U) te trarwwF,
j holding Ma taa4 ti.1r1y an4 h.!n
An4 for a week tb3.ftTf")i'kr hl
y.A . ,
fcad an many penaie t aqanjer tftal
r.l nl! mother, wrb!,- bia eae i
farmer, !d: j
"I'm afraH you r tpol'lef hlaa, I
f!h!t'bui:UBt la tho Nir'.kwwt
Tba Hint nd grf.-xth of h!ptu!H
Ing )n th rtkn l.s boen ett-r mn.
K'.A I.. I 9 BJ, . .. ... ..
. " . " B ,iV o. . . TV.
Hall ttroti. la U7I they und ia
Kort 1-u.lUiW, buiidleg a t rr.irt
elghty-tn l.ooor. the fitting sad
ris-giriga of whlrJt. and for othr snc
ceml!ng aa well, mest a-l be. brought
tip from raa Krssclaro sad aro.ml im
H'jrn. At tha preaent time this aaru
firm Is bu!:dlEg prnrlps!:y cic to
tweire-tn nhootT. A liuia hWtory
of some of tho old-tlm v-! wl.l
b of leterml V th shlphuitdlug
world, for they Lavs en Id to ait th
porta or u. g!ot. Their camca ar
familiar to seafaring men everywhere..
There was the old B. M. teisoa, tb
bark Forest Qveen. of which Capraia
Burns waa master; then rme the old
Dashing War and th King Philip
Those three were very fast veIs for
those days and all through the 7(
tbey were closa rivals Id spd. The
en holding ths record errld a boc.ru
at her mavtbeeul, like Van Troop of
old. Ia 1ST and Late aa the early ';
they bad tb only shipyard of Im
portance on Iugt sound. Then Ion
carter started la at Seabeck. and built
ss many as three yssU at a time.
Hall Broa. hava their Vjilh Teasel on
the stocks today. Thar are today two
shipyard la Tseoma, two In Everett,
two la Seattle, one Jo Blakely and
three oa Orsy's harbor. To show
scrmeltiliif of their' character and
growth, and tha growth of the ahlp
plsg and shipbuilding industry, the
career of ths Morans is worthy ot note
Twenty years aro or.lws Robert Mor
sn. even now harCIV la tba prim ot
life, started his mo?Vt llttla shop on
11.004 ot bis ova and $1 jj of borrowed
capital. The plant of the Moraa Broa
Company today ia worth millions. A
fw weeks ago It Issued ItW.OW ot I
per cent bonds with, which to raise
money to templet the amount of ready
rasa necessary. to build the battleship
Nebraskd, while Saxtl bankers ae
cured the other $W,Ca That plant
baa Its own dry dock, marine railway,
machine shops, aawmiu. foundries,
sail loft and all tha yast parapher
nalia of such a business. Tacoma has
a huge dry dock pa Quartncastet
harbor, eight mUea'vs towagd SeatUe.
Last year Oregon bftlit tirj sailing
vesM'JI Caifforala, seven; Waefclcg
ton, sixteen: ti aa-gregate tonnage ol
the sixteen beitg 17J11. Oregon built
eight steamersj Calllomla, eleven;
Washtnglon, twenty -aeven. All these
boats, saillng aad steam, were U ex
cess of 250 torf each. The number of
lesser craTt built da Puget sound er
Turaad Down and Out.
1 wanted the lafluence of the con
gressman from my district In a certain
matter," said a Michigan man aa b
was telling at a tatroit hot th oth
evening, "so 1 tied me down to Wash
ington to hava an interview. He was
boarding at a private house, and had a
room oB the parlor. I waa asked to ait
down and wait while a colored man
took In my card, and as the door waa
left ajar, 1 heard tha congreacmaa say
as be looked at my card:
- 'Blank? Blank? I think I know
him. Is be tn liquor, Junes?"
" '1 don't think so. sir.
" 'itovs he look shabby T
- 'Well, you may call it shabby.
" Seems to be bard up, ditea be?
'I think he does, air. I
" 'Yea. he Is probably here to strik.
me for at least flu. James, d.d you'
tell him that I waa la?
" 'No, sir. I told htm I'd see if you
" That's right. You may tvtura ta
him and say that you are sorry to an-:
aounc the fa t that I left for Boston
" 'Yea, sir.'
" 'And w on't be back for tea dara. I
'Yea, sir.' i
"'Aim i:aawhlle your advice to!
him Is to drop in and ae oa of thv
other rwpreaeniatlvee from my state.'
" 'Yea, sir.'
"1 waa duly turned down anl oit,"
laughed tha victim, "but t got evea
nest day when 1 encountered the gen
tleman on th street. He tried tu diKlg
me. but I walked np and slapped bim
on th bat k and said.
" 'Hello, old boy! I bad a little
tetaner that would have put fl&.i'oO ia
rash Into your pocket, but Dot flnrtug
)ou at bom yeainrdey 1 turned it oer
to Kimetilalive -.'
" Tb you did!' graaped lay
dnar old friend, aa be turned all wwu
of rotors; and we have Im a as strang
ers rioce that day." lK,-oit -
Through lb roadlura of bl mili
tary telr-Kistb lloea. General Ortv'y
chief slrtial officer of the arrrr, has
been Informed of l. aJrar.t nf anrtra
! la AlaoVa iMsi-aUhea rclrej hy bin
at th war drarliaiit anaoucce thai
tb t, e I rvWe tn tb Yukon at FaU
t'Hjr on Vi-,1at.1r. ltbo: at Tartj
Mil rreek tb rirer was st.il f:v
first HiiunJsniaa a, tfcot new
IKilacemaa I alwua errouaj ihli
tbar is anajr throuble.
ferorid Ro.iir.rl!rtiaB Kalth, has r-e-U.sVyi
Co!uail(u tUJ btau Jjurtu.
Cotumcncit:g Maub J,yJ, T5.c
Fiico train leaving Rich 1 1 ill st 6
p. in. vs ill loi.uct at ricAinton,
uh lt ttains atTiin; at Ckla- j
lionta 7:3 ntal moinu j, icui-
son 19 a. ni., nrtnan 11 :jO a.
u., Ft, Woiih 1:5s p. ., La'las
Jtiop. n., Mcinpli S a., m. at
bcfoir. V.. T. LaHamkifhk, At.
F.cuiioit tukcu oit sa!e o IVn-
rr, Ct'Kiilo. Sprtfv.
(jlenwuoJ Sjilng, S?t
OgJtn, st iiic laie pU
l!-,c ,'ivunj lti, i-u the
dales: June 1 l Jl, June
July 1 1 1-) 41, August
5 tv v't
IS 10 it,
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II 10 J5- I'ius! tvtutu Jiil.il Ovl-
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19 C,i;!ttc Pieces Urtlzm
With tttt M mlrt mr
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Yearly Kubrrirt I jit l.fK.!
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CAfal'-jr rUrj.l c c r !.-.- t ra V!r-,,if nl
AN O THr
PRINCIPAL CITIES OF
KATY CHAIR CARS
DINI IMG STATIONS
OPERATED BY THE COMPANT.
3 V --: . -crw
Ta curt) SICK MEADACHT
and alt dlaeaees arfs'njr f rr-m ln
dsaestton. They will purify our
blood and makeyourccrnr-exicn
as FAIR AS A LILY. H-v aia
elatln cavatad. PsiCC ti CikTi.
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