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'Miss Wliittaker, a prominent
club woman of Savannah, Ga.,
tells how she was entirely cured
of ovarian troubles by the use
of LydiaE. Pinkbam's Vegetable
Deab Mm. Pi.vkiiam : I heartily
recommend J,yllu K. I'inkliam'fl
Vegetable Compound us a Uterine
Tonic and ltrmilator. I huiTcrcd lot
four years with irregularities and
Utcrino troubles. Ko ono but those
who have experienced this dreadful
agony can form any idea of the physi
cal and mental misery those rnrturo
who ore thus afflicted. Your Vcrb
tublo Compound cured me within
three monthu. I was fully restored to
Health and strength, and now my
periods arc regular and painless.
'What a blessing it is to be able to
obtain suck a remedy when so many
doctors fall to help you. L'lia 13.
Plnkham'H Vegetable Compound
is better than any doctor or mcdiclno
I ever had. Very truly your, Miss
KAHV W1IITTAKEK, 004 3'Jtll lit., W,
Savannah, Ga." fSOOO forfeit If original of
above let ter proving genuineness canno the produced.
Tlio testimonials which wo
are constantly publishing from
irratef ul women prove beyond a
doubt the power of I.yillu K.
IMnkhnm'M Vegetable Compound
to conquer female diseases.
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ON THE FOOTBALL FIELD
Nineteen Lives Lost On the Football
Field In the Season of 1903.
Thla Itrroril In SiiiiImiii')iI-I With
Out- lli- Mriti'ii liiniiiii- and
Slum- IIIkuIiIimI tor I.liV.
Chicago, Dee. 1. Tho Trllmno ol
Monday morning sayn:
IWnntcen llvct wero lost on the foot
hall Hold durltiK the season of 100.1.
Ono hoy was driven Insane from in
juries. Thirteen players wcro severely
Injured, Homo of them lielnj; disabled
for life. Tho number of minor but
painful accidents kup" b'l" htin
drcdH, and tho list of tho severely In
jured necessarily also Is also Incom
plete. Tho feature of tho year's tabulation
Is that It shows tho serious ciusuultlea
practically wcro confined to untrained
players: No member of any first class
elevens was Killed or permanently dis
abled. One Vale player and ono Har
vard player suffered a hiokcn lex.
Ko player In any of the teams of tho
"hlK nine" In tho west was tho vic
tim of any hurt worso than a
wrenched shoulder, a brulhed head, a
Kpraluctl lineo or a turned ankle.
In consequence of tho Injuries sus
tained by their players several of tho
minor schools have forbidden tho Kiinie
of foot ball. Two towns- Columbus
Junction, Pa., and tirccnllcld, (). have
Btopped t lie sport as the result of pe
titions circulated by parents.
THERE WAS NO LOSS OF LIFE.
I'wo Aci'lilt-nla In I'nrla Similar to
tin (irrnt t.'ntiiNt riiilti if
AiiKilHt IO I. nut.
Paris, Deo. 1. There were two acci
dents on tho Metropolitan IJlec.trU: un
derground railroad Monday, somewhat
similar to tho Kit at catastrophe of Au
gust 10, but there was no loss of life. In
each case ii car was burned between
stations, causlim the' passengers to
seek for escape along the tracks. As
the accld"iits occurred in open stretches
of track, the dense smoke escaped and
the daiii,'T3 of rnlfocatliiK woto avert
ed. Tins Ural reports had it that an
other catastrophe had oicurrcd, which
caused Rome etltemenl throughout the
NEW MEXICO A COAL CENTER.
Ilrr Oil I fill ( In Onlj l.liiillril My the
.NiiiiiIm!' of MIimtm mill Tl'lllla
WashliiKtiui. Dec. I --.I K. Shcildan,
Trilled Slates mining Inspector for New
Mexico, in 1.1. 1 annual report sayH the
demand lor coal 111 the territory has
oxced led the bi'pp'y. notwithstanding
the subMlttiilor. of oil for fuel on t!p
(ii)D miles of iuiitor.il. Great strides
have been made in tho territory's coal
Industry .m l Hie report says:
"GIv'M np'iiic transportation facili
ties an I a tiilhflcnt number ol miners,
Hie N-i.v Mtxlco coal nilnes uro lo-dav
ileveluiH I ami eijiiijipeil to tpiatlruple
tlio ouipil', or protitico ii.uiio.euu ions
Iter 11nn.ini, which can ho easily in
cieascd to l.'.Ou l.Cuii or (1,000 00(1 tons,
or ten times that amount with further
Increase of development and equip
ment MINERS RESUMING W0RK.
.-hiI.v n-'I'lilriU lit Ihi foul Mill
i-rx In Hie Niirllii'rn Ciiliiriiilu
l'llil Ut'Niiiui Wurli.
Denver, Col., Dec. 1. Nearly two
thirds of the 2.000 miners of the north'
PTU Colorado coal Ileitis resumed work
Monthly ami ll is expected that within
a week or two tho full force will be at
Tho announcement of the settlement
of tho strike in the northern district
was tho cause of general rejoicing In
all business circles, lor It means an
end to tho coal shortage.
Holies are entertained that the con.
ferenco of union olllclals to be held at
Trlnld.nl on Wednesday will lead to a
settlement of tho strike In lite southern
AGAINST DAKOTA DIVORCES.
An limn .luiliti IIiiIiIm That I nuVr
Orliiln r.iiiilll lini Dtll.ulii 1)1
xirei'a lire Null mill Viilil.
Des Moines, la., Dee. 1. Judge .lame:.
K. Howe, of tho district court, holds
that a decree granted under tlio Da
kota divorce statutes, If It hi proven
tne nonreslilent litigant resides thorn
merely for tho purpose of securing a
divorce, Is null anil void. The decision
was rendered in the Fagen case, where
in a willow sued to recover her dower
rights and was resisted on tho ground
that her husband hail divorced her
prior to his death. Tlio court holdHatlij
Dakota decree to lie luvulld.
Klllril While Cli-iiiiliiK Miuticua.
Centrallu, III,, Dec. 1. George Ut
Ireback, a farmer near Centrulla, whb
accidentally shot nad killed while
cltanlng a shotgun Sunday, Tho eutlre
load took effect In his stomach, and
u died ItibtatiMy.
LANDV0I6T RAPS BRISTOW
Declares That Brlstow's Allegations
Against Him Are Not True.
Can't t'liili-mliiiiit Why Me Waa
Koreril In Itcalun While llrlalotr
ItcninliiH mill llrnua lllw Salary.
Washington, Dec. l.W. S. Lamb
volgt, who wan superintendent of
tho classification division of tho post
olllco department when removed from
oinco, and who was superintendent of
tho registry system when tho manifold
paper was Introduced there which mat
tor was a part of tho llrlstow report,
In a statement Issued Monday night
declared that Mr. Uristow offers no
facts In his report as a reason for his
allegations against him (Laudvolgt),
and that what ho does say Is not true.
"It Is true," continues Mr. l.antl
volgt, "that I recommended tho adop
tion of the General Manifold Co.'s pa
per for registry books because It Is
Incomparable for registry work, a tlmo
and labor saver, and, according to tho
company's hid submitted to mo before
such adoption, It was from HO to iiOO
per cent, cheaper than the books for
merly furnished by the government
printing olllco, besides being much
moro strongly hound."
Tho paper, ho says, was adopted
months before tho employment of his
son by the General Manifold Co. Mr.
Morton, hi! says, never matlo a prop
osition to have the president of his
company or anyone elso connected
with It employ his son. Mr. Laudvolgt
"It was not for some time after my
boy was actually put to work In tho
manifold company's plant that I know
ho waH there.
"I nan not quite understand the
principle by which be should force
inn to resign because my son was em
ployed at Franklin, and yet ho (flrls
tow) should remain anil draw a good
salary when he knows that his own
son, during the school vacation of
1002, drew $700 a year for sitting In
the room of the (iHSilnnt postmaster nt
Washington, D. C , reading detective
EXPLOSION 0FP0WDER PLANT
'I'ttu Men llliiun 10 I'l mill I'uur
Ollii'iM --1' 1 0 ii 1 If Nnl I'n
Ciiithage. Mo., Dec. I. The mix
house of Hie Independent I'owder Co.'s
plant, the miles southwest of Carth
ago, blew up Monday nl'ternoon, In
stantly Killing tho two mixers ami seri
ously if not latally Injuring four oth
ers. Itltlge and Cobb were employed
in tho mix lioii.io, compounding by
hand the nitroglycerin with the other
Ingredients ol dynamite. Five hun
dred pounds of material was In a
wooden trough and without warning It
exploded. They were tho only two
men in the building, and in one knows
what canned the material to combust.
They were blown to pieces, and only
a few pieces were left. The four In
jured men wore working in a small
house 100 yards nway, packing dyna
mite. The concussion crushed In a
part of the building, Injuring them
about the face anil shoulders.
A KENTUCKY TRAGEDY.
Twit I'miiilni'iil Men AnHilxxllillti-il
mill Tnu Ollii-m lnlnllj YVuiiiiil--I
Alli-Kl Mil rile r i-r 'inmlit.
Ijiilsvlllo, Ky., Dee. 1 Two men
were killed, one mortally wounded
and another seriously hurt In tlio l'Iko
Vlow neighborhood of Hart county
Tho alleged murderer, Custer Gard
ner, a young farmer, was caught at
Kllzalicthtou'ii Monday after a desper
ate light and was taken to Munford
villo and lodged In jail.
Under rover of darkness, while tho
Intended victims wore sitting around
tlio lliesitlo, the assassin crept to tho
window of tlio room, and, placing ills
Winchester "ear the glass, fired sev
eral times. Squire Osborne fell to
tlio Iloor dead, his head torn almost
off. Ills son, Dave, was shot through
the heart, and Will Gardner was
wounded ill tlio abdomen. John Den
nett's left arm was shattered by a ball.
IN THE INTEREST OF ALASKA.
I'i'i-nIiIi-iiI AHHiiri-N .Mr. C'imIiiiiiiii TIiuI
lie Will TllUe Stvflm l Ad
111 I he Tcrrllury.
Washington, Dee. 1. President
Roosevelt had a talk Monday with
Hoprosontntivo Cushman, of Washing
ton, concerning the hitter's recent trip
to Alaska. .Mr. Ciislimau strongly
urged upon tho president the desirabil
ity of according to Alaska some of
the ilomanihi of that territory. Ho
said It should have at least ono dele
gate In the house to look after Its
Interests, and suggested that congress
should make a considerable appropria
tion for construction of roads. The
president assured Mr. Cushman that
ho would do ull that ha could to ad
vance the Interests of tin: greut territory.
GRATEFUL, HAPPY WOMEN
6.1 LC7, i'Jfe''j6E7','ala.i51 1
Female Weakness is Pelvic
Always Half Sick are the Women
Who Have Pelvic Catarrh.
Catarrh of any organ, If allowed to
progress, will affect tho wholo body.
Catarrh without nervoiisncFB Is very
rare, but pelvic catarrh and nervousness
go hand in hand.
What Is so tlist renslng a sight as a poor
half-sick, nervous woman, suffering
from the many almostunbearablosymp
toms of pelvic catarrh? She does not
'onslder herself ill enough to go to bed,
but r.lio Is far from being able to do her
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Thank Pc-ru-na for Their
Recovery After Years of
Miss Muriel Armltagc, 30 Green
wood Ave., Detroit, Mich., District
Organizer of tho ltoyal Templars of
Temperance, In a recent letter, says:
"I think that a woman naturally
shrinks from making her troubles
public, but restored health has meant
so much to mo that I feel for tho
sako of other suffering women it is
my duty to tell what Pcrutia has
dono for me.
"I suffered for flvo years with
utcrino Irregularities, which brought
on hysteria and made me a physical
wreck. I tried doctors from tho dif
ferent schools of medicine, but with
out nny perceptible change In my
condition. In my despair I called on
an old nurse, who advised mo to try
Pcrutia, unit promised good results it
I would persist and take It regularly.
I thought this was the least I could
do, and procured a bottle. I knew as
soon as 1 began taking It that It wai'
affecting mo differently from any
thing I hud used before, and so I
kept on taking It. I kept this lip for
six months, and tteaillly gained
strength and health, and when I had
used llfteen bottles I considered my
self entirely cured. I am a grateful,
happy woman to-day." Miss Muriel
Pcrutia cures catarrh of the pclvlo
organs with tho same surety as it
cures catarrh of tho head. Peruna
has become renowned as a positive
cure for female ailments simply be
cause the ailments arc mostly duo
to catarrh. Catarrh Is tho cause ot
tho trouble. Peruna cures tho ca
tarrh. The symptoms disappear.
work without tho greatest exhaustion.
This Is a very common sight nnd Is al
most always duo to pelvic catarrh.
It Is worso than foolish for so many
women to suffer year after year with a
disease that can be permanently cured.
Peruna cures catarrh permanently. It
cures old chronic cases as well asasllght
attack, the only difference being in tho
length of time that It should be taken
to effect a cure.
If you do not derive prompt and ratls
factory results from the m-o of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartmnn, giving a
full statement of your case, and he will
ho pciiFrd to give you his valuable ad
Address Dr. Ilarltmtn, President ot
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
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