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JOYS OF MATERNITY
A WiM'l EEST
Sir. Pott TI1 How Wonwn Ebould
Prepar for Motherhood
The darkest clay of husband nnri
wife urn whrrt they come to look for
ward lorhiMlerm and lonely olit an-,
Many ft wife hns (..mid hers If Inra
of tnot hertiooil cmlnif to a ilm
placement of the womb or lack of
sUxugtu in the g-encratlya orgsua.
Frequent backache and dulresMn(r
Pain, accompanied by offensive dia-
rharpTa and uenerally by irrefmlar
ami scanty menstruation lmlicfete a Ui
ptaoement or Dfrve defeneration of
the womb ami surrounding organs.
The juttin that troubles women
la how ran a woman who has mme fe
male trouble bear healthy children?
Mr. Anna Potts, of MO Park Avenue,
nt Spring, Ark., writea :
Jiy Tr Mrs Piiikham:
" Ihirmi vlK-mriv uart of mv mrrtl!if I
was .l.-lii-ate m hwftij . ItMh tur hutAn.t and
I amis Trr amiiHia fr a child to t4ws oir
boo., but Irue! two tum'vrnj&'w, atf i-.hiI'I
Dot earrv a child to maturity. A ueig'nU
w b had )K.n rsin.1 by i.rdiK E, l'lnklvitu's
v irti ie i (waKi!'i a-I i-o m to try It. i
rti 1 en wist 'U tUnt I was frowiin
nrrnT. utr bwwi'-b and bv-ka Imw Wt
nie. I bad do tixir l.wnug-l'twn pain, and
fit like a iw woman. W it I mi a year I
l-tim lb lustier of a umi. healthy
t.iui. tha Joy olmrhoim I.tU K. Iiuk
ham VtviKi tY'tiiTssmd cTtinJy a
sflr-n 1,-1 tv4iM.tr. and I w1h evecv w.man
wijo want, to bfjuuw a moiber wuuil try il"
Actual sterility in woman is eery
rare. If anv woman thinks she is strr-
IV. let her try lvJ;a K. Pinkham'a
t'tr-ulle Compound and write to Mr.
link ham. Lrnu. M.tva. 1 1 r adru-e la
free to exp.vt&ut or taouU-Ue uxjtiki.-ra.
rfoL KttM.v At-
cniArfwaf wnti i& OO tt w ward.
jy. tf W. T. M.rr4. D., LL It .
A. I otomttt"frr of Bdu-iiR. irti4
VSt m a-Jv awi tmi not bow
yo CM aula tuaetj I tryn
rrf,r$ m la your owa aahLcxhMMi.
Boa 1 9 Mudaoai, MIKw
A Jolly father of a family la a Unit
at Jolly at aome of the JoWt a he tel'.a.
TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT CHANGEO
Announcement of Important rhanaea
In the traffic department 0f D Wa
baab and Wheeling and Ik Krla
railroad and of the appointment of a
new general manager for lb eaatrrn
ChjuU line, the Weatera Maryland,
bar been made. View Prrtdeot 11.
A. Worth InKton of the Wabaah line
eaat of Torlda bo isaued circular
announcing the apiodntment of C. li.
Meatoa to ho dnt agent of lb Wheel
ing and lke Krla aud Wahaah Ptlta
burg termlual tallruada at Toledo, of
fertlve on m-c. 1. It la llw an
liounrvd that tb oltlee of g'-neral
freight afeiii of the Wahaah at tL
IahiI la to be alHlihrd, and . R.
Knight, the preaenl Inrumln-nt, hat
U'en appointed lnduMrlal agent.
Horace. Clark, geueral manager of
the Weitern aturyland and West Vir
ginia Ceutral railroad, the Gould
tidewater tinea, baa realgned, and
Alexander Hubert aon. formerly gener
al manager of the til. U'ula Terminal
railroad, baa been apl'nted In bU
KHy Gcta Higher Poaltlon.
Jnalead of H. K. Kelly coming to
Chlrauo to tuperncde Frank Puliiier a
ai'nt general paau'nger aent of
the Wahath at Chicago. 11 aa an
nounced ycaterdajr that Frvl H. Tris
tram, formerly aiiaut general paa
rnger agent at I'uwbtirR. will have
the Chlcagu p'1-!- Wf- Kelly will
aurceed 1'rttiram at Plttahurg. 1b
promotion will place. Triflrain next lo
authority to the geueral paaacuger
agent of the Wahath.
The coal man ahould alic to the
right of way.
no"a tir nntt b uoi UU hly rpekra ef l
on iw 1 ct. re -1 W lutiaa. rt TbirJ Atw
W . aiuuiill. M.bB.. Ju . tvua.
Narrow minded men and womtn talk
IxmI (K-raons Inatead of thlug.
1 1 M 1- - iMfc. l
Too many men r looking tor trou
il InateaJ of w oi k.
Airs. Anna Potts
GAliiiO!! IS G110SEI1
RENOMINATED DY ACCLAMATION
FOR SPEAKER OF HOUSE.
IS FOR RATE REGULATION
favor. An Attempt At Control of
Truata, Declare Agalnat Unjuat
or Fooliah Lauxlation,
PlK'aktT Jc'th O. t'annon. llllnola.
Clerk AU-'Xumlfcr Mclowl!, IViin
IXxirk ixT V. B. Lyon. New York.
I'ontmmter JmcpU C. McElroy
Chaplain Re. Henry K. Coudon,
WASHINGTON". The Republican
members of the Fifth ninth conpreiit
met in ruurua Saturday la the ball ol
the hous of repreentatlTe and r
nominated all of the elective officer
of the bouse who aerved c"urinR the
last si'tsMon. William P. Hepburn a
anaiu cboKen rhairniaa of the (kucuh
Th principal feature of the evenlne
ai the pet:h of Joiij C Cannon
who vai for a a.-ciHid time, unami
onalj chosen for Fpehker. The nnrn
Inatlon of Mr. Cannon, anj bis tpeecb
of acceptance creuted hearty fntbu
laum amoni the Kepubllcan meml.ra
and Ma ntuarka were centrally ap
The oflcera Cif the house were then
The nileg of the Fifiy-e'chth con
pres, lnclullri(t the nan!iuK order
for the consideration of pension anr
claim bills on Friday on motion ol
Mr. lal4-ll. of Pennsylvania, w-fr
ordered continued during the Fifty
SOME OKE TRIES
WAFHTNOTON. The return trip ot
the j n si !ent:;il train from the footbali
Fame at Princeton narrowly esated
from a fatality. If an iron plumld-oli.
weithliip four pounda, which, at
thrown through a car window at Phila
deiphia. bad taken a course one fixt
lowr. It would In all probability have
kilk'd Webb Hayed, son of a former
The Iron wag thrown aa the presi
dential train w-us pa mine throne!.
North Philadelphia at Onford. Thr
teavy Iron struck the other side of the
car with terrific force. It Is now In
the possession f the secret service
men. It is said that Mr. Hayt-s bears
a sllcht resemblance to the President
and some of the party th!nk It wa e
dastardly attempt to Injure the chief
executive, !nt the fretv-ral Impr I
slon Is that the Iron was thrown bi
some evil minded person who deslri'd
to show hs contempt for the, to him.
manif cence of the train.
A NEW TRAIN TO CALIFORNIA,
Chicago Los Angeles Service Over the
6an Ped'o Road December 17.
CHICAGO. The Cnlon Pacific.
Nortbwet-rn Pan Pedro. Iis An
geles k Salt Ijike ratlronda bare an
nounco a new Chlcacolxi Anceles
train, to tut known at the Im Angeles
The new service will beirln Txem
ber 17. The train will consist of baa
gace car, dining car. standarj and
tourist In Imana and an obaerrat Ion
car. The train will be the first of this
character to run over the new Sun
Pedro road. It will b-ave Chicago at
C o"clck In the evening dally and will
arrive at l-o Angelea the third Jay
at 1J:5 o'clock In the afternoon. It
will lesTe !o Angeli-s at J:t5 o'clock
In the artemoon and will arrive In
Chicago at lt:aS o'clock In the morn
ing of the third day.
War Minister Changs Often.
PARIS M. KUenne. the new war
mnlster In succession to M. Ilerteaux.
t the thirty third minister to occupy
that pot since the republic began. It
la Interesting to note that Germativ
baa In the rne prlM rJ only eight
ministers of war.
Sleet Storm Along Lake Erie.
CI.KVKI.ANri. Telegraph and tele
phono service along thj lake shore,
baa been badly crippled aa result of
a heavy aleet storm. Poors' of poles
are prostrated on all line between
Cleveland J Duffalo.
KIMs Wlf And Himself.
1JNCOIJS". NKU H A. MoCnrthy,
a inborluff man of Yymore, Neb.
crushed hi wlf skull with an ax and
then klll'Hl himself. Family trouble
waa the caute of the art.
Rock Island Settles Troubles.
TOPKK A The Hock Island firemen
have settled all their differences ami
ratdy with the company and no trim
tie will ensue. The question of In
creased wage wa not raised.
Rsney In Charg of Land Fraud Cases.
WASHINGTON. It bn been tsted
at the IWpurtment of the Interior that
V. J. Heney. w ho successor has been
named a district attorney in Oregon
will bavo entire charge for tht
government In the prosecution of the
land fraud esse.
Glrl'a Horrible Death.
IH'NTINGTON. W VA Miss Mar
tha Hlackburn threw herself under the
wheels of a Camden Interstate rail
way car sear ber borne and was
i rushed to dath.
Women In Moteia.
To the inn t -jr afudent of h'in-,n
nature Hie aver.'(: woman In howl
alfotda 'are oppornmMlea for th in
rnaje of Ma atnk of knol".t!(. of
the other i. F.he rttixa tie lell
thn tlm. a to a man a one. HI.e apci
oclr.e and fiplain ro profuwdy tc
the belllKiy U.nt the lad cornea JD
ataira without the l-t Idea of what
he la to do. Your lady In a bote,
will indite aome uine or ten letter
a day. and each envelop awma tc
contain three ahwle of the hotel'a pa
per. She will aend the niliiKlvea down,
one by one, to be poMel, and each
time alie aenda the naive rnewaaee:
"Aak the office to put a a'amp on for
me.- Bhe never makea out a wah
lint, but he "Jiint knows" what ehe
bad. and one pair haan't been returned.
She Indipnantly refuwa to confido
more to "the office" when he Inquire,
but ahe afford a wealth of detail that
In no way help matter.
They Get tha Point Too.
YeaBt: They say your friend Is a
rood at telling ctorles a be la at
Crimson beak: He la. You ee. when
he' fltihlnc and cmmenc tellinj
atorlea. the fisn all gather alKiut trying
to catch the point.
Facts and Proof.
Hulett. Wyo.. Ixc. 4Vh tSpec'.al)
An ounce of fact Is worth a ton of
theory and It I evidence founded on
facta that backs up every box of
!odd's Kidney Pills. The evidence of
ptople who kt.ow what they do. Mrs.
i!:iy Tabfr. b!gh!r esteemed resident
of Hulett, S3js:
'I know Dodd's Kidney Piils are a
valuable medicine because I have
used them. I tcK.k seven boxr and
they cured me of a severe attarW. of
Kidney Trouble. Tbey relieved me
from the first do.'e. nr.d when I had
finished the last box I h?d no pcin
and my Kidneys are now acting prop
erly." Dodd's Kidney pi!!s arc now recr.;
nized a!l over the world as the great
eft Kidney Kenn-iTy sri-Tce has ever
j.iolured. The y core Kheums'lfra,
IiroiisT. Gout, Lumbago, r:alxts.
I'rlnary and Bladder Troubles, I
Brlcht'a Dis'sse, and a'l disorder '
arlsinc from acy form of Kldr.ey Dls
The modern shoelaces is an abomi
nation; yet we have to put up with
it. It Is either a foot too lon, or six
Inches too short. It Is mad? Tat, as a
ral. but soon becomes twisted anJ
kinky. One end I eternally getting
longer than the other. The tips come
off. In the old days we made sfrinps
of calf skin. Every farmer was a ex
pert. We would cut a disc of leather
three or four Inches In diameter, atick
the point of a sharp knife Male in a
board, place tbe thumb nail the thick
ness of a mntch from It, and quickly
draw the string through the opening,
the prelmeter ldnR red'jee-d the thick
ness of a match at every measure of
tbe circumference. Pretty work! Then
the square string was rolled betyeen
the sole of the thoe and the floor till
perf.-ctly round af'er which It
greased with tallow. Such a lacf
would last for m r.ths. tut their SMnc
soon wears off giving them a appear
fc'very tiou.ktfpvr sftouid know
that If tbey wl.l buy Deflate Cold
Water Starcb for laundry use they
will aavo not only titue. because It
never sticks to the iron, but because
each package contains 16 ox. one fu'i
pound while all other Cold Water
Sureties are put up In , -pound pack
ages, and tho irico U the same. 13
cents. Then again because Defiance
Starcb I free frem all Injurious chem
icals. If your grucer tries to sell you
A 12-oa. packs je It la because he bas
a stock on band wblcb be wishes to
dispose of before he put In DeSauce.
He know that IXCance Starch hat
printed on ever) package Id largo let
ters and figures "Hi or " Demand tto
flance and av much time and money
and the annoyance of th Iron suck
le. Detanc never stick.
Socialist Accept Gifts.
Herr Hebel. the leader of the Ger
man Socialists does not let bis war
on capital binder hi accepting tha
large aunts left to him by admirer.
The laat bequest Just received by him
will. It la estimated, give bltn IV).Pm)
after gifts by him of f:iO.(Hu more to
th relative of kla benefactor. Ueu
tenant von Kollmann. and to the So
When You Buy Starch
buy IVnanr and get th t-t. It rv
for D tu. t'uc uswl, always used.
"tjct n UiMniif one. ' nuirmured the
young man who waa anilou to break
Into the mairinunal game.
"Which one?" queruM the fair widow
who poei.seJ wisdom b gotten of ex
perience O luml la Dispatch.
IVflsnee Plan h Is rut up 1 eunce
In a package. in renta ine-ttird
more start h ftr the iarii mviicy.
The people who never find time to
do ttiinva can always be depended uHn
to f.uj fault.
Buys Historical Building.
General J. Watta de Peyster, of Tl
volt, N. Y, will purchaiM the historic
Fort Johnson at Atklu, the baronial
niausion of Sir William Johnson, and
presttil It to the Mor.t;omery Coun
ty, N. Y", Historical So-lety. The on
ly aiipulatlon requlrvd by General I
Peyster Is that when the building
ceasts to be usced for bisloibal pur
pooes 11 reverts to blni.
TLa man who 1 trying to keep b:s
head atKiva water rralltea that float
ing dvU la a lovr life prvssiver.
c-f o o-f o 4-o4 c4o 4-o- of
Carl Winter, a contrcT at I
Cro. M, chr.-l,-i on a p!e of a;-:
and died 1niT hour ltr.
I-t1 Glaffis. a fartiier, was arrn'.ei
at Peru. Irid, charred wlii burning
aerentt lima of bay liteurtHf iff V .
With tie sttrn !lwted of the Jew
ish relief fund amounting to alut
IJS.Vi'i. the grand total now tfwlit
V2't,I'aJ at New York.
Arthur H Fontaine, former city cl rk
of ;reen P.ay, Wla waa acqijkted at
FrnJ du jc of the charge of accH
lo a brlle of ICO.
In a tto.'"0 fire that swept the east
side of Herrin. IIU Wlillam Tx-nt, a
lawyer, waa cremated. He was a!eep
In an upstairs rourn of on of the
Charles M. Elillinfrs wag sworn In aJt!.e L'ni. Vr. Hartmaa ia rwirins7
ptihllc printer at Wahinrtoo. Him j hundreia of stK-h letters da. y. Ail
flrt official act was to appoint Oscar j f.' rr ' h 1". tt
J. Ricketu foreman of pnnnng and toj i MOBUilwjr UUjTtr, th, lainrr
reappoint H. T. lirian clerk of the of - isn.lbeclerk. the editor, t.v-ro
The dead tiody of Charlc-s Cheshire.'
. l,n rf-slor h r. found n,il
west f Tit-bomfPgO. I. T. wl-h th?
throat cut from ear to tart a bul'.e'
bole In the. left cbeek and kni.'
t.-i. U..I, v- .
o,B .m.. ui ..-a, -
ennrrataiatina: him on ta..in w
r'ins of covrrnmect
of covrrnmect and ex:nl;rr
the cordial wishes of tne America.!
A skeleton unearthed at El Pa".
Texas, has been identifietl as that of
Itarisl,-ius M. Ronqyillo, who disarm
p'-ared fourteen years tea after beint;
in the company of a man who IrourLt"
suit Erairst him.
Applicaiions rc-celvei In the first few
hours after the sutscrlpfcna wit
opined at New Tcrk fcr American por;
tior.s of the la ".'st Jap?.nese lon were '
much in excess of :? e to:al tmo-jnt al
lotted to this country. ;
Colonel Wilder S. M'tcalf. who sue. '.
ce d-1 Gerfral Fri' li r'i'k Fur.st'n a?
colonel of the Tenii':h Kansas red-;
ment In the PifV'rp'nea. wi: r?s? 1
po:nted to tl-e office of Cri'ed Stales
pension spent at Tepeka. Kan.
Charles Glass of Glass count v. Ken- ;
tucky. and William Ii;nn of CLicaea. ,
white men. were shot by a rantr of
negroes while asleep In a tent In th",
Piir Four construction camp near Dsn !
viile, P.I. Class is d-aj. Three ne-
froe are undr arrest.
Bishop pcannell of Omahit. Neb., In
Sued a pastoral letter forbidding Ro
man Catholics of the diocese assisting
In the marriage of a divorced person
while the other party to the marriaee
Is llvtnc tinder penalty of excommuni
cation. A test of five-Inch armor plate for
th side of a cruiser, made by nary
officials who are tt ftlnc plate for new
war ships at Ind'iin Head. Md.. de
monstrated that an eight inch armor
J piercing rhf'l. fired at a d stance of
1 .;'o yari!s, would pt'Dctrtte the armor
Fiarinc public gsre and nmr
fiends Newton C. Psiuherty, confessed
eniberrler. r.ow aait:ne trar.s-srta-tion
to Juliet to 1-epin bis sentence,
refused to leave Ms cell to go before
Judge Hnsset of the Prolate court at
Vice President FatrbanVa made the
principal address at the annual visita
tion of the grand lodge of Masons cf
the District of Columbia to Ijifavette
lodge at Washington. Mr. Fairbanks
waa made an honorary member of
The Chines Purial society has ob
tained from the Ch.cago health depart
ment permit for the dllDtcrruent of
tbe bones of Chlnemen who were
burled In Rosehlll eeraetry between
the years IS?! and 1W, and for their
e-xporaton to China.
Governor Pennypacker of rennsyl
an'.a at the Ixarue Island navy yard
presented to the) armored cruiser
Pennsylvania a handsome silver er
ice. The wistora were welcomed by
5.000 sailors and marines. The ser
Ice consist cf T3 pieces wetghlng
nearly "60 poiuds, and ot tlS.ooo.
William Randolph Hearst, the New
York editor who Is contesting the elec
tion of McClellan as mayor cf New
York, came ti. Chicago on two mis
slons. One Is to study the Chicago
laws and lewm how they work The
other Is to ronfer with Msyer Dunne.
A verdict for Ift.iiOO aralnst Cents
F. Judson was returned bv the Nrw
York Jury In the of WI'.U'J If
Jnnes aV Co against Jud.n. J.-;'!
letter and Joseph H. Hodlcy Or at
surrr'.se wa cause) by the fat'ure
to Include cither J-lter or H.ad!ey la
T E Jef'ersnn a wealthv t'hicaciari
who. with his wife. occur 'nc a cvt
tage at Psseden. Ca! . mi.st pa T,
6f0 to tbe widow of Chntlan Sheare
who was mn dowr and k'.lk 1 l y J. f
f rson'a tutoniol l'e a year c At
the tim of the accident We Jeftcr-ia
was driving the machine. I; Is s id. at
hish rate of sjhW
The tsnnery or the Mu-b'csn tea'h
er companr at Mil! Cre,k. Mich.
dewt roved bv fire. The loss I etl
mated at 1 100.0. Th tnnoery was
to have tetn aolj to the leather rvm
WsU street's chief topic of roav.-rva
tlen was a re,-rt that George W
Perkins hd tendervM b' restgnat
as meniU-r cf the firm c-f J P M.v
gsn A Co.. to take erft co c-r beu re
Janusry 1. It U slated on wbsv. an
rure 1 tv be gornt authority C-at tit
Icewrwnc Invest ttal Ion bad brou'jt
boat Mr. rfk.lu' retireuicaL
Malccs Use of
Penina Is known fm th ACai.te
to tb I'aciSc Le11r of
ti"a ao-d rwnmeiKiattoo t-t:f ilnx to
ow-r.t -r rerona a a tlMrrii rrv-
J e-ly are tm.rr ia from rrrr rt'.- in
trie prv-arf-f.Tr agree W. i'erwn-i i
tbe mutij rnwCT tit trie rr.. Tbe
'uiuU ia tuer Pmi ad U
Any man who wrihe perfect Jn-aJth
I "ot te en', rely Ire from m'jrrh.
! latarrn W weil-n'.g h uirenuj. Penum i
;u the best Mfe?urd kwrwn.
AAsk 1 our Druggist for Free
TH3 COUPON 13 GOOD
Upoa rsceupt at yowr
And I(Vln !imr e rtrnrr to rT pcsUr w will raj'l roa a sawr j fr.
if you have cerer used fo.j Grape Tocie. a3d ;ll a.s sr.a.i yw a
certificate pornl for one d-ikr tjwad th funijtte oi uwv 1 (jtiie Iroca
jour druj-pii-t. Aiidres
MULL'S CRAPE TOKIC CO., 14i Ttird Art, Eoei ULacd, EL
YOU WRONG YOURSELF TO SUFFER
Li ufl-rtr ta. -a--. tUm w,-rm fruaurft s7ttiQ vc t&trm 1 it
erJx4, UnMM, tuut, uuu car vjjua y rw-
CONSTIPATION AND STOMACH TROUBLE
s4 rry kiftA f tr w tet m mi r m.--T W j- j 'UrTrf A hk fU 1 Ti "T
MULL'S GRAPE TONIC
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MULL'S CRAPE TONIC CO,
"LEADER- AND "HEP EATER" SHOTGUN SHELLS
Carefully inspected ahells. the best cf powder,
shot and wadding, loaded fcy machines which
give invariable results account for the superior
ity of Winchester "Leader" and "Repeater"
Factory Loaded Smokeless Powder Shells.
Reliability, velocity, pattern and penetration
c0 OKI rj Koex r
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FREE HOMESTEAD LANDS
OF WESTERN CANADA.
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