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THg AHQITB, BATOBDAT. OOTOBCfpiO. 1G37.'
A mother who Is in good physical condition transmits
to her children the blessings of a good conetitntion. .
The child fairly drinks in health from its mother's
robust constitution before birth, and from a healthy
mother's milk after.
Is not that an incentive to prepare
Do yon know the meaning of what
Is. popularly called those "long
iags," or cravings, which beset so
many women during pregnancy?
There is something lacking in t!ia
Dither's blood. Nature cries oat
p.nd will be satisfied at all hazard
Ono woman want sour things,
another wants sweets, another
wants Rait thing, aud so on.
The real need all the time is to
enrich the blood so as to supply
unrL,hincut for another life, and
to bnlld np the entire generative
system, so that the birth may bo
poutiUlo and sncecssf uk
If expect aut mothefs would fort
ify tht m'M.'lros with Lydia E. Piult
li urn's Vegetable Compound, which
for twenty yetws has sustained
thousands of women in this condition, there would be fewer disappointments
at birth, and they would not experience those annoying "longings."
In the following letter to Mrs. Piukham, Mrs. Whitney demonstrates the
power of the Compound In such cases, fiho says:
' From the time I was tictoen years old till I was twenty-three, I was
troubled with weaknoss of the kidneys and terrible pains when my monthly
poriods come on. I made up my mind to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound and was soon relioved. After I was married, the doctor" said I
weuld never be able to go my full time and have a living child, as I was
constitutionally weak. I had lost a baby at seven months and a half. The
next time I commenced at one ami continued to take your Compound through
the period of pregnancy, and I said then, if I went my full time and the baby
lived to bo three months old, I should send a letter to yon. My baby is now
seven months old and is as healthy and hearty as ono could wish.
"I am so thank fol that I used your medicine, for it gave mo the robust
health to transmit to my child. I cannot express my gratitude to you; I
never expected such a blessing. I'raisc Ood for Lydia E. Pinkham'sVcgetable
Compound, and may others who ore hii flaring do as I did and find relief, and
may many homes be brightened as mine has been." Mas. L. Z. Wbitsex, 5
Ceorgo St., E. Somerville, Mass.
REY. J. WESLEY MILLER,
ti . .V, TlU",on ?lV-J,mJ' . ' 1 h,T
If ft me wnrr-e, 11 puaii,e, thn btifiire, bat after taking three vc boxee of Dr. Kay'e
Li'irif Helm hivi; boon completely can-d. My wife but heen trouble fh
CONSTIPATION FOR IOOf 12 YEARS end at time" hM pme-tTmig
e irht ils.s wimont ilio a .weie muv.ng aun las aid to late medicine coontentlj,
but Ue never found sn lining that bai dune her so mnoh good as
DR. KAY'S RENOVATOR.
( T. t"n riw e imxos, an 1 wntla tsk'nr It, has bean rapilsr anil has
W hr.pfrYed In her grenerftl health vury tenrh. and I t.ka nl..,, in .
I. - .. . . ....
If. KV. fMRMllpa K. thru .MI.J
? w a m a U' K4, ! K,nn 0T k e"ed o maDy ef tu worst cjmws
?y?Y1?.PE.P?' UJ ? ?"u1- " poeine for this dlseiwe. anJ for proof we
f f rr all to u,e u.lronnlal. of wotnlerfnl euree reported in oar book. It ras earud
u.-vny htd tm of HKADACHS. sd whoa etaMd by eon-tiwtlon or dyvDCB-
riui,nniwwra en ry mm, iorv U-e I,Ict it h;iM -o equal for beidicne
Im?Im,.!V",.c u,lw,rBr'BILIU8WE88ndail forms of liver
piiauie, bulla, b olchca, K,olaIw ealargemenia, dr-twy. RHEU
pll-. lt Uo.dj)yili.iKl(i,orn. hy mail amie n. Jl. Sendii
! di'wuus. Ad Iran lr. B. J. Ky SI'.-diea!
' olf by T. H. Thomas, Druggist.
Health is Wealth.
Diil. C. C. WEST'S
NERVE AN!) CHAIN TREATMENT
1HE ORISiNAU ALL OTHERS IMITATIONS.
laanMitnlor pitivo ll'rtttrai narnnte,
hvanthorianrl aurnU only, tn curVak alrmorr,
IhxxiiMM. VVakHfulnrm, Jim, llritnrio, Uuicfc.
fiian, Niht Liwra, t.vil Dmuia, Lnrk of CudH.
tl jnon. Norvoiimima. I.ini. all liraina, Yooth
lul Krmra, or r xcsMive limol Tobooco, Upium.
!" Ii-jww. whirh UmIm to liimry, C'onaamutloD,
InMuny anil brath. At eture or by mail, $1
t; ix for wrhx ritten tTwarantce to
rure er rerimd tuoaey. Hamplepack
ff. contsluin five dn)srrmmeat. with full
liutrectimie, !& -nfa. (Hi aumi leoclj sold to
ytlTReil Litbtl Special
i txtra birengtii.
r r nr a m nmimn i .stoaa a
Jl a bo: ais ft.r t wnhfri
m coram juosjs, At ulom-'l
UerURCorbf mad. i
A. J. Rina, Fnnrth Aveone Drag Btoro, tola
aeTBt, Kock lalud, IU.
For the Following Safe
and JBeliable ConfAiiles as ti
Traders Im. Oo..... Chicago
Imperial Ins. Con Umdua
CaUadooUo loa. Oo. Bdlabnn;a
XoSlirb-Aacrlcaa Ic. Co
Urerpool sod Horvak
Fac'-AC Ice. Co Sew Ton
noaM Motaal ias. Co , Baa rraccism
OXce Room SO Mitchell & Lynda's
Block, Telephone No. 1030.
-are txic most fatal ox all
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
a GUARANTEED remedy
cr money refunded. Con
tains remedies recognized
by all . eminent physicians
as th 2 best for Kidney and
- Price 50c and $t .oa
for a healthy
Cured of a Bad Couch
mta troubled for years with s cough In
. a nu travn- utd 1 ' I iiininivniiinir
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t,uii tut lit. B.
i o.. Wtium offlii. Om.h. K. h5r
68-r"mo bTo't trvHtirx all
Cnas. Blh?b, Manager.
Or.e Nl.ht Only,
Monday Evening, Oct. 18.
INTEREST YOU SURE!
The me.-e anrotinecmcnt cf a Talis ahowcom-
,ua iu.un . wenny or yrur Imraoaiale
attention. Oa taa ftbava date
CflAS. H. YAIFS
The Twelve Temptations
' with a company of a neople will be
with joa for the firt ttr. The per
formance embrace all kin's of rtane
amntementa FkUifal.y ud deftly
ROHID KTO 03E GIGANTIC WHOLE
PriCMt K W Vtw. mr,A a..!. M i -a.
Dleuer Bros1 ltclry aUre Friday.
CiS. BLsrss, Maaaper.
Sunday Evening, Oct. 17.
The Leader of German Comedy
Chas. A. Gardner
IX BIS OBAHD COMEDV,
"KARL THE PEDDLER"
BT CON. T. MURPHY. ESQ.
Brilliant (Vmpaay. Btantiful and Catchy
Mapic Mirtbfal iiar.dy. JLSogbter
Galore. Uaartfoit latere ru
HEAR KARL GARDNER SING
TeU Thlt to Wy 8wetheart. Afple Bkwrane.
vu, n uii si in lira ami. i oe rrencn
CoDTlrt Tbe Bird V elder. Cap
lain Kan March. The Ger
man Milk Girl. Jack
In tne Box.
PrlM S8. E and T5 cecta.
Sat. oa aala at Bwoer Brae. Ftiday.
Management Ed. P. K'ine.
for a (eaerona
Contains no eoeatneL
mercury cor any
otbet Injurious dniK.
It is quickly Ab
sorbed. Gtves Kf
Uef st race. It
nani aru1 nbanuM
COLD n HEAD
tile) NakaJ TVaaaumL Allan .1
Uenjs sad riotocts the Alembnne. B
atores Um Senses of Taste and SnlL Fall
Sisssoe; Trial StMlOe at Drtsgtsti or by
MINERS IS JOHNNIES.
Pour Their Wealth at the Feet
of the Soubrettes.
THE GIRL WHO DISCED AT D1WS05
Veils ef Ber Conqoeata Anoat the Princes
ef the Klondike Lived
Becon, Bnt Sometimes
Oooae Champagne la Plenty,
"They made a wild kick," said Miss La
Mors, "but they couldn't keep me. I was
tired of beans."
Miss Ia More docs not look like a per'
Son who vronld love beans for little or for
long. She Is distinctly suggestive of large
bottles and small birds.
But, then, she docs not look like a per
son Who would get herself cheerfully Into
bloomers and gam boots and a sweater
and a mackinaw shirt whatever that Is
and tramp the Chilknt pass to sing and
dance in a tent theater at Dawson City for
weeks of tier fair young lira
"I was singing at the oaera house In
Juneau," pursued Miss Ia Mora, "when
lacy got up the company to go In to Daw
on. There were 17 of as, with the man
ager eight girls, seven follows and a
comedian. I thought it would bo fun, you
know, and a sort of change. I'm awfully
fond of change. "
She smiled on me like a candy angel
when she said this, and flashed a brace cf
big diamonds around on her linger signifi.
cantiy, says Alice Biz in the ban f ron
"Get your diary, Gussie," said her sister.
"They were crazy about hor inside."
"Why. Dawson. They wanted to marry
"Well, of course," said sister, "some of
them were married already. Yon get her
to tell yon about Swift water Bill and the
prince. What was the prince's name,
"An tone, " Bold GusaIo. "Ho was Vio
let's. I didn't care for him," she ex
plained, irodiuig tho diary. It was a
costly little ulr in niorocoo and silver.
and she read exactly two lines out of It
whilo 1 obscrtttd the elaborate loveliness
of the covers.
" 'Left Uvea at 0 In tho mornlncr.
Walked ten miloa to Sheen Camo.' That's
whero we slept, " bho said, dropping tho
diary. "I mean we tried to sleep tho
whole gang in one room bunked on the
floor with a piece of canvas strung np to
Ut Mi T' akr
MISS La MORE.
keep out the saloon ; but that was nothing.
After that we'd have been glad of a iloor.
We had just a tarpaulin stretched on the
enow whon wo slept at tho foot of the
summit aud a canvuH over us and tho rain
slopplntr down and the wind Wowing all
night like a trombone. Of course we slept
In our clothes, but wo got soaked Just the
same. Tho wind's tho worst of It, you
know. It burns you crisp, and then you
peel. Some of tho girls blacked np tho
way tho Eqnaws do. They rub on a make
np of soot and snnto kind of grease, and
they say It keep? you front burning, but it
doesn't. The gurlaUiat did it peeled just the
"lild yoa peel?" I Inquired, looking at
her peachy checks and her littlo straight,
"Merry, yes," rer'V La More,
"three or four times i t . .. u iit I'd get
down to bones after awhile. We had to
camp three weeks on tho lake whilo our
boats were being built, for we took in a
lot of 6tuff with U3, and that's where we
got tho worst of It. Of conrso we didn't
have any chauce to fix tip, and wo were
sights -when we got to Dawson. The
whole town turned out to guy the girls.
Our clothes were half rags and our boots
gone, and wo had on those big cowboy
hats, and wrth on hair straight back
oh, gee I Wo dtdn't care, though. We gave
them tho lnngh back that night"
"You were a great hit, though, weren't
yoa. Gassier" said sister.
"Well," anil Gnssio modestly, "they
liked mo. I do coon songs and banjo, and
I took up the latest ones, and of course the
boys hadn't heard them, and they wont
wild. The tent was packed every night
and the boys were scrambling all over
town to get twenties to throw on the stage,
and we sot all their nuggets the first
night. Their wives," added Miss La
More pensively, "were wild."
" Yon wero the hello, weren't yon, Gus
sie?" said sister. . : t her np again.
"Well," said La Mora again,
"that's what they said."
"She had a bonne built for her," bepnn
sister, "and ftirnlshed, and it cost how
mnoh did it cost, Gussie"
"Abont ten thoti," said Gussie. "It
wasn't mnch of a house. Yon enn't get
much of a house for that in Dawson."
"It was the best In the town, though,
wasn't it. G ussier"
" Yes, it was. Oh. it was a pretty good
cabin two rooms and a kitchen. Then
they got us' a carpet that cost $5 a yard
one of the kind you can get here for abont
60 cents and we had sheets at 15 a pair
and pillow cases at $10 apiece. We were
dined ont every night. A beans and bacon
dinner costs (1.C0 np there, and when any
thing extra comes la you pay from $10 to
(IS for a dinner. And extra never moans
anything but moose or goose. " .
- "It wouldn't have made much difference
to you. Gnesle, what it com, " said sister.
"Did yon moko mnch money?". I asked.
"1 got 100 a week we all 3id and $
ommlojua on every pint bottle we Mild,
and than the money that was thrown en
the stage made about -M mora apiuce fut
bs about $175 to $20d a week and, of
vane, the nuggets. They slung nuggets
V ft - j.-" hi
at ns by the handfnL I've given most of
mine away, bnt lTe got a few left." ,
"Oh, Gussie," said sirter, "get them!"
And Guwie got them. Sho brought
them in a littlo leather bag and scattered
them out over the table and turned them
Idly with he white, dimpled, bcdlamonded,
pink nailed fingers. There were 63 of
them, solid chunks of the rich, rongh, yel
low metal that men are struggling and
Starving for In the Alaskan snowfiolda.
"They treated ns well," said Miss La
More, fingering the nuggets. "I'm going
In again in the spring. "
"They'll never let yon out again," said
lister. "Tell about Swiftwater Bill,
Gussie langhed. "What shall I tollf
he asked. "Just that ho wanted to marry
TEK TWIKS WHO ABB COINO Df UT THE
me They all want wives in there, bnt
they all want good looking ones. They're
pretty particular, considering that they
haven't got much choice. All tho girls
eonld have married, and I guess they'll
have to If they stay In there all winter.
It's all well enough for the comedian to
stay ho writes his own songs bnt tho
girls can't do that. They can't learn any
new turns or get any new clothes in
there." Miss La More shook her bead
compassionately. "There'll be nothing
else for them to do. They'll have to mar
ry." "Is Mr. Swlftwntcr Bill agrec.blor, I
inquired at this point
Miss La More considered tho question.
"He's as stupid as an owL " sho replied
finally, "and as rich as anything. Ilo
used to shoot the Whlto Horse miild
that's where ho got his name and he got
a lay from a felluw up in tho Kl Dorado,
and It ought to bo worth a million. IIo'll
know," she continued thoughtfully, "by
"Oh, I don't know maybel" sold Miss
Lai More, laughing.
"A million's a good deal of money, "ob
served sister sagely.
"I know," replied tho girl who can
have It by spring, "but Independence is a
good deal too. If I could toko tho million
oft to one end of tho world aud have the
man at tho other"
"Couldn't you?" I asked innocently.
"No," said Miss La Mora "Swiftwater
Bill isn't so stupid as all that. It would
mean Dawson" she gave a littlo shiver
"And champagne," added sister. "Ton
always had chamnoKno.
" Whenever it came In." said Miss La
More, "the boys always bought it np for
us. It sells In there for $17 a pint, $30 for
a quart. '
"Did you always play to bint honscs?"
"Packed every time," said Miss La
More. "And a nice crowd too. We taught
the boys all the churuses, and they sang
with lis, and it sounded fine. We gave
inree performances a week, that was all,
and then thnro wero dances on tho oil
nights. Wo didn't have to go unices wo
wanted to, They had mrnlar dance hall
girls, and tho boys oauio down from tho
rncn and danced all night and way until
and 10 o'clock Into the next day, until
the sun was shining down on tho canvas
and tho girls were drotiDlnir on the floor.
But tho boys paid them good money for
their work especially tho good looking
ones. It pays," added MIhs. La More,
looking down ut her pretty hands, "to bo
good looking. I'm going to take the kids
in next spring.
"Tho kldsf" I asked.
"Tho twins," replied Miw) Ia More.
"Haven't yon heard of the La More twine.
Noll and Bell? They're in tho business
too. 1 hey re my sisters. Ill learn a
turn with the kids something now. I'm
going cast next week to pick np soino new
business and a new wardrobe, and we'll
go in early before the lakes break up and
sioain. we u get there ahead of every
thing and take tho town."
"And Swiftwater Bill, " sn?gcsted sis-
scr, wno scemcu to incline to the safo side
of things. But Miss La More laughed.
"If I had my choice of making a for
tune, I'd rather bo a weigher than an ac
tress or a rich man's wife or anything else
I know of. You just stand by tho blower
BABT COSTUMES THAT WILL PLEABS THK
end weigh the dost when tho boys hand
over their socks, and If you're pretty and
they like yon they're willing to let yon
spill a little every time just for lock. All
you have to do Is to spill all day and to
pan your carpet at nighk. That's the
way to get rich in Dawson."
Aa Official Batcatcher.
Paris boasts an official ratcatcher. Bo
has served his town in this capacity for
more than 33 years, and he has caught,
unaided by a trap, mere than 1,000,000
rats with his own hands. The official rat
catcher and his assistant search ont their
victims in the famous Paris sewers, and be
frequently sells his tiny animals to people
who are fond of turning the creatures to
gether and betting oa their abilities to
A Strange Fad,
Lady Rosslyn, the mother of the Duch
ess tht Snt)forlj,THl Kg. a, .. rtmr, knk.
by. For many years past she has collected
skulls not only human ones, of which
She has eiaht. but mil mrta rt rhln uul
metal death's heads, the often wears a
unique watch concealed in the bead of. a
.'l lvnrv aknll wklfh nwnal laHtM an
spring, revealing the face of the time-
QUESTION OF MAIL-CARRYING.
Doesat Lie with ChtreeVa Koaxd of AMr
mra to Drrlttfi
Washington. Oct. 16. Should the city
authorities In Chicago undertake to stop
the carrying of malls on the street ears
they may find themselves in conflict
with the entire power of the United
States and their police may be confront
ed by soldiers. No official Information
has reached the postofflce department
regarding the decision of the corpora
tion counsel of Chicago that the carry,
ing of mails was a violation of the
street railway charter, but the officials
are very much interested in the case,
and are awaltlag developments.
The department will deal only witi
the street railway companies with
which it has contracts. It Is In no way
concerned with any nuesttnn that may
arise between the companies and the
city. There is no question as to the
rlsht of the government to send malls
over any highway In the I'nlted States,
and while it cannot cnmpel any trans
portation company to carry the mills,
there Is ample authority for thepro
tection of any company wk'.ch may un
dertake to transport them.
NOTORIOUS STILES DIVORCE CASE.
Supreme Cvwrt Deeitva the Woman la the
Can a Mow Trial.
Sprir.gf.tU. Ills.. Oc4 16. The final act
in the senratlonal divorce drama ef
EvereH D. Stilos against Lillian I J. Stiles
took place yesterday when the supreme
court denied the motion cf the defend
ant for a rehearing. The court also di
rects the rupcrior court of Cook county
to grant a dearree in the cas cr. the
ground of adultery. The case was brgun
In the Cor k county superior court in 18?;.
and Stiles charged hie wife with adul
tery with Herbert P. Crane, the million
aire elevator manufacturer.
Mrs. Stiles advanced the theory that,
admitting very friendly relations with
Crane, and even appearing in court with
him. their love was purely platonle. The
lower court refuwd to grant her a de
cree. The arpllate court mistnlned the
finding. Lost July the supreme court
reversed the lower court's decision. The
oustody of Mi a child is ordered docreed
to the complainant. A criminal prow
cntlon awaits Mrs. Stiles and Crone. In
dictments having been returned against
Another Boy for Lauky Itob.
Cincinnati Oct. 1. JJob Fltcslmmona.
the heavyweight champion, is again a
proud father. lie has recUvcd a tele
gram from his home at Bye Pooch. N.
Y notifying him that he has another
son. Tho nowcommer In said to be a
strapping youngster. When Fits re
ceived tho message his face fell some
what, lie had been anticipating the
event for some time and had his heart
sat on having a girl ae a tiny playmate
for his little son. Bob Fitzlmmona, Jr.
Fits, however, concealed his disappoint
ment and In a few minutes was loading
the wires with messages1 to his wife.
Will Be "The CTrareh" In Whwonaln.
IMlwaukoo, Oct, 16. The Protestant
Eplsecpol church will be known In fut
ure simply rm the "Church," if the
movement formally inaugurated in the
meeting of the Milwaukee Diocesan
council yes'crday morning la taken up
by the diocercs generally throughout the
country, as the eiergsinen and laymen
fondly rrre H wHl. Ia emandtne; the
couslrtvtlon of the diocese, the words
"The Protestant Episcopal church" were
stricken eut and "The Church" Inserted
hi thoir stead.
Kemejrhable Weather Ibr Oetotnw.
Chicago. Oct. 16. Ono death aiul tm
prostrations is the record for the hoe-,
lt rMnW Hn. In k VI.J m .W.A
" .7 ... . " - mira J jx k ll u
local weather bureau. The dead Is Goo.
McNeans, heart failure superinduced by
heat. Proetratlons: Thomas Connell and
P. J. Conway (will probably die). The
mercury touched 87 in the Auditorium
tower. People in the street declared it
was 100 In the shade. At Springfield,
Ills., and Dubuque, I a., the tempera
ture ranged from 86 to 83.
Cam of rrtvate Hammond.
WaFhington, Oct. 16. It wis an
nounce! yesterday afternoon that the
war department would not be able to
reach a conclusion last evening aa to the
case of Private Hammor.d. who la said
to have been itl-treated by Captain Lov
ertr.g at Fort Sheridan, and It hi under
stood that consultations between Sec
retary Alger and General Mlks ate still
In progress1 on this subject.
MADE ME A MAN
iwsinvnv C!;le jtr.
rrrviNia I FaiMiif
M morr. lni. tiK. SJpnto
, ca.uirU 'i, Abuse auj
t.y-n Kinwti ai-! iloivto.
Iwii TI. cr qvlt-hlr and
nroty rr-it' rw ini Vitality In
" :. aatl Si a an f, r
flat,,, lni-1 u.na or mriac.
ITHi-nt lifctiitiy ar1 .ncutnt.
V.m U ulu-n Inlliw. Th-lrua
, J" " 1 U.t'M..T fH. t,;. l
hanns the mtim Aik iVuii.km. -j ty nave enrnt
ll:riilM,l ir.ct.r.il. V.n Kim l-it.-'.rr.'.'j-i
," iiwito.1 i!ic.riil. v.n Kim M:yti..j-n
f J'ron fj vniA ,, wa-u. i r six .-.a.-a
(ioiltrentiurnt)f..reir... Cf i.L.to wn.fi aTSuiT
nvoareujfetuprhu ll.-suiw iroa. Alda
AJAX REMEDY C0.,cr2u?
for ea'.e to Rwk blase by John Beernoa
and Maw hail Father, crosriau.
1-Tfstl-.. i i i i i i aW
end dtaeaMnree (rena s
ig Beware of IroiUtioas
jew ewavere aoaa. namia acw teec
Crtnmrr mam nrreaneer. r
y mmnmi ,er an. V 71
ni What tni ae i nil ei a , -1
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FEQER VflS CUIIED.
1,11 I . ,
Tke Stcry 6f a Stcrdy Engineer Eis C:sdi U C::ixd
tl a'Cns:Mi:a cf Fkjsiciis, L1 a Clrj
CsJical Mtejst Sn:i Cis Xfo.i
From tht Boning AVara, Drtroit. V UK
James Crocket, a aturdy old Scotchman,
living ia Itetroit, Mich, at 68 liootcalm
Btrei t told the tollnwine Mary :
"First,'' he said, "I rau4 UII yea enme
thing of my life befrre my alroont fatal
Sickueea.- I was bora ia Scotland ia 1612,
and came to this country in IMS. 1 am - a
marine engineer by trade, aud have bean up
and down the big lakes hundreds of rlmra.
There is no spns beta era Dnlutfc and the
Atlantic Ocean I do not know. In l7S I was
tn the employ of the Detrult and Cleveland
Kavigstioa Co., and for fifteen years I was at
my pet as chief engineer oa one of thrir Ms
pseernzer stearaen. Uj first boat wsa the R.
K. Kice. mhich waa barned at the doeke.
Then I was tranarerral totlie EnMe. n hirh wa
chartered to make the rma betveea lMrmt
" I broaicht oat the new atramrr the ' Chv
f the Strmu, nod Ibr yenra nrtd as bir
chief enirineer. It ia a great mpomiiiility
the paaiuoa chief engineer en time lie
paaaonser palaeee. Thouaands of lives are
held in tho keeping of the rndnnr. Few
realize the dancers that miglrt beftill thera,
n I on the enajnecr depends the safety of the
paawngers. The anxiety raneee a rrrat
nervosa strain, and the strictest attention ts
aeeeary daring the trip. Not tr a mo
ment muet ha line his wstchfulnean. as the
hunv.n freight above him is absulutely la
-fur fifteen years I oarefhlly watched
the hi; enirines anl Imilern without a aim-le
acckkat, and only noticed that 1 waa rttfuir
aervona. Bmldeuly witknot warniiia; 1 waa
taken sink, and ia leas thoa a et k I waa
pront rated. I had the be of physiiiann.
and hoped to I at work nroln iihia a
week. I grew gradually worse, and at the
coaui-ii oi aacvvs. ttiey raid I bad awrvoui
prostration, aov had destroyed my whole
nervooa system and won Id never be aide to be
np strain. They said I had worn mvarlf ont
by the long nnrvons strain ennrwl bv wateh
Ing and worrying abont tho machiuery. Ha
man eoald etartd enrh nervous etmiue over
nevea or eight years. While I hod been fifleea
years in oWroying my nerve eentera. For
throe long years 1 was anable to more front
tny bed without aaaictanoa. The doctor mI
I had looomotor ataxia, and would never be
able to walk again.
"The pains and suOeriiif I eiporlt-twrd
during those yenes are alraost indecrilul4a.
My wlfo uiwtl to pnt eiitU or ti n hot water
bag around me to etop the pain. Those
that earae to see me bid me good-br when
they loft me and I was given tin. The doe
trtre eatd nothing more could be done for me.
In fuct I had given mveelf up, and thoo?ht
there was no use fryia to get atcll.
We trie every known rcmedr, and tny
wjfc kept reading the articles alnot Ir.
Williams' Pink Pills fat Pale People to me.
Finally she said tltey only cost SO eooM.
and she wanted to know If I woald try them.
To please her I consented, and the first box
gave me relief. I eontinned to uee them
for abont two years before I eonldjp4
strength enough to walk. It eonie slow but
rore hot what I am to-dny e dae wholly Co
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for I'als People.
" Nearly everybody in Dotrelt'kaows how
long I was eon Coed to the bed, and ef iny
wonderful cure. It is almost a miracle to
some people that saw nie when toe dor-tor
had given me up, bot Vr. Williams' Pink
Pills for Pale Peopkt cured me surely
" I am nearly seventy-five yours oM Ufav,
and there is not a man in the hole city that
can kick higher or walk further than I can
to-day. If any one has loonmotor ataxia
that rends this, let thm coma and ana ma
today. You may tell the whole world if
fon wtan, mat in-. Wllliama' I'mk Pills for
ale People saved my life, and if they doubt
it send them to me. Can yon tell me a man
to-day in this big ehy that can do better
than that? said Mr.fWket, "a heklrked
the reporter's hat, which was held high above
Hot Water Heating,
Steam and Gas Fitting,
Copper, Tin and
Sheet Irpn Work.
Cor. Nineteenth street
and Second Avenue.
Pr. Williams' pink Puis for Pale Pee-
tle mwle men hot I am to-day. I only wash
could tK-tmaade others te do as I ud. aad
take thetu l-riore it ia too late."
(Siened) " Jaatm CBOCKKT."
TUWe tie, a otnry 1'uHie iwnaaaDy
spiiearcd Jamt ( rotket, he eipaed and
swore te the a Sore statement as being true ia
Kobeet R. nru, treaty PM.
Warns Cotuity, linh.
fVam the ImiW, rteaeteneV
a?. f;in" aa appetite which
has been Impaired or lost through eirknea;
no retnedy can compere in n-4ireneas with
IT. Willuuns Pink PUla - I -ale penpla.
1 his ntatetnetat ia asoatantiated ly the eape.
rienre aad derlnrntlona of aura and womra
with whom these fills have l-eouie a bouse,
hold medicine. Among the many he raa
onVf eetitnony to tliis particular rroprrry of
1. Williams' Pink 1111a iatieonr Marshall.
Jr., who lives at No. Knrai.-k etrrvt.
t'Urclaad, Oliie. Mr. Marshall ta a news
aerot oa fhe Lake Phore and Mirhicaa
tvnnbcra Rsulmad. end his territory extends
from lleveland to Toledo. I .ike thonsands
ot othera wue owe their health and vicar te
I r. Williams' Pink Pills, Mr. Kartkall arm
hcaitates to sing their praiaee. In his ceaa
it mas reoraaary to "e only a tgw boxre
f the pills to restore him te the full roue,
riua of bodily Isralth. Ilia dipeative cart-ana
had brenme almost aarkaa tlironch a l.eig
and euriona Ulncaa, but ta a eurprisiiixly
brief M-riod. through the aeency of this
wonderful medicine, they were eanabie of
agnm pcrtrminf; their functiutis ta a rrrs
bir and perfectly asuiidnctory snanner. la
narratitig Ida exparience with them Mr.
" Lena apring I was taken Hick with Inflstaw
mstory rheuuiatlsw, and my entire eetera
was eflccted. To relieve tlie euffiring at
wna aweranry to point me with iodine.
After three months treatment I breams eoaw
valrwmit, but tlie ettark had sapped my
atreni(th and kit tne extremely weak and
freldo, I eonld ernrovly lift aa arm er a leg.
Thia weaknoK rrmeated my entire nyeteaa.
end enpli'-d as cU to my stomach and di.
reatlve aj.pnratiti as to my llmtis. I soon
diMCovrn-d that I Imd loat my appetite almost
as eomplHnly as though I never had one,
I lied no dtvdre whatever to partuke of any
pourtr-liment, and the nutoral mm It was that
my eoavaleeeence was extremely slow, and
my parents feared tbnt I waa gotnr to suffer
a trier or dill prey to anotlier ailmeut oa
aenotint of my deinlitaird condition.
" Many a day 1 would not taka any aonr
Ishmeot, aad whenever I did the ouantitr
was too insiimificart to materia!! ' hastea)
my improvement. Tempting dialies were pre
Dared tor me, but 1 could ant ton eh thenh,
I began to become more or less alarmed aa
did my rerenta. and one day my mother sunk
f Pnrcaaee of some of Pr. WilliaW
ink I'llh me. Tkrr had been reeoas.
mended to her by a neighbar who recsrded
them as aothing short of mlraenloua, and
dn-eJt as enthaMasttcany en their excellent
auaUtles that mother was persuaded to trr
Oiem. There fc ant mnch more to tell now,
for I dont look like a man who cannot eat
three or fonr square meals a day, do 1 1
" Three boxes of lr. Williams' Pink Pnia
fixed me up sound as a dollar, and they wilt
do the same for anyone else, I am sure. It
war aot lone after I beraii to use the pHU
that I ermld feel myeulf Improving. My
strength began to return and as did my ap
petite, and 1 wss on the road again in a short
time. That ts my erprrienna, and I am clad
to give it fit the benefit of others who may
here lost their appetites ti.ronrh sickness."
Dr. Williams' link Pills fcr Pale People
contain all the elements tieeieaaii to rire
new life and richQesa to the blood aad re.
store shattered nerves. They are sold ta
boxee (never in loose form, by the doxea er
hundred) at 00 rents a box. or six boxes lor
run, and may I bad of all druecieta or
directly by mail from Pr. Williams' Media
dae Company, Schenectady. K. Y.
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