Newspaper Page Text
A Cammoh Condition Amour Amsrtran
Women, especially hourckecfltrs, ore
subject to n condition of body very fitly
xpreMcil na "chronic tired." It li not
always because they are overworked,
or hrenute'they have any distinct dls
rate, nor yet because they ilo not take
rroper tare of themtclves; but doubtless
each one at these causes contributes
to tho result. Homo clironlo dlflleulty
peculiar to their sex, perhaps not very
bad, but just enough to produce n con
tinual' nerve waste. This unfits them
for (he duties of the household which
thtty must attend to. Too tired to eat
well, too nervous to sleep well, they get
deeper and deeper Into the quagmire of
l'e-rti-na I the remedy all such pco
trie need. It takes only, n few doses to
convlnco any woman that she has
found exactly tho remedy. It soothes
the nerves whllo It strengthens them:
It lutreaies tho appetite whllo It Im
proves digestion: It Rives tono Hind
Elasticity to the clrctihtlon. Ulscottr
tectnents vanish, despondency ceases.
Thousands arc saying: 'Tc-ru-na tins
made a new woman of me." It is only
necessary to lake. Pe-ru-nn exactly ns
directed on the bottle, finch women
inny have a copy of Dr. llnrtman's lit.
tic book on diseases peculiar to women,
Bent free by Tho 1'c-Tu-tm Drug Man
ufacturing Company, Columbus, Ohio.
Tills book contains much Information
entirely now to most people.
Those who prefer to become regular
patients of Dr. Harlman should send
symptoms, duration of sickness and
kind of treatment already received,
when the Doctor will send them direc
tions for treatment free of charge. All
lett'irw strictly confidential,
With ti better understanding of tho
transient linturo of tho many phys
ical Ills, which vanish before proper cf
forts gentlo efforts pleasant ciYnrta
Tightly directed. Tliero is comfort In
tho knowledge, tlint so muiiy fonnr. of
sickness arc not duo to tin v iictiml dis
ease, but simply to n constipated rendi
tion nf tho system, which the pleasant
family laxative, Syrup of i'lgs, prompt
ly removes. That Is why it is tho only
remedy with mllllonsot families, until
everywhere esteemed so highly by nil
who value good hcnlth. Its benetlelnl
cfTccts nrn duo to tho fact, that It Is tho
one roicdy which promotes intermit
cleanliness without debllitutlng tho
organs on which It nets. It Is therefore
all important, In order to get Its bene
llcltil effectn, to noto when you pur
chase, that yon hnvo the genuine nrM
clc, which Is manufactured by tlu Cull
fornln Fig Hymp I'o. only nnil told by
till reputable 1rugglntK.
If in tho enjeyment of pood hcnlth.
nnd tho system Is regular, laxntlvvn or
other remedies nru thou not needed. If
iiQllcUul with uny notunl dU(iifc, mm
may bo commended tti the most kldllful
physicians, but If In need of n laxative,
ono should hnvo tho best, nnd with tho
welMntirtned everywhere, Kyrvtp of
Figs stands highest nnd is moht largely
niea and gives most (tvneigri sntlsf act Ion.
, Knits (if Not. ,
J There Is only on 10,00fl United
l Stales treasury noto n oxlsteneo, nnd
tlint has never been Issued, but Is kept
In tho treasury ns n specimen, 'flioro
nre thro M)00 greenbacks. Two of
tlietntiro Irrllio treasury: tho third wat
, paid out several years ago, and Is
probably In tho vault of somo bank.
Immune It has never been heard from
uineo. Une-Uioutand-dtdlar notes nro
numerous. There are 7-I.14U In elroti
latlon, nnd over 16,000 1600 notes,
2117.000 1100 notes. 'JOO.OOO f60 notos.
400,246 f 20 notes, 81)4.024 flO noto
nnd l.fifI0,7C $6 notes In circulation.
They ought to let soma of thoso big
notes out so that fresh fellows who
think thoy havo nil tho money thoro Is
in tho world unn flash the in in the
street ear, and ask tho conductors for
Prom the Times, Ituffslo, N. V.
Along one of the dlsmnt roads In
WeMern New York, a limn and wife
werenlrlvlng as rapidly as the darkness
and Inrlcmrnt weather would permit.
The rnln beat down upon the rubber
cnierlnif and found Its way Into every
crark and opening. The occupants of
U)c buxcy were Dean Jones and his
wife, of Hprlncvllle. jf. V. Everyb&lr
Is familiar with the name. He Is the
well-known starting judge, who has be
route farmms for his Impartial and fair
treatment of Jockeys at the post.
- It wuh almut t)'u ears it so when
Mr. and Mrs. Jones took that fateful
ride that rnmo near costing her bar
life. M re Jumps' clothes were thorough
ly soaked before town was reached.
There was no fire In their hotsl room
nnd she liecame chilled to the bono be
fore the lit lie blase the attendant start
ed warmed the atmosphere. I'rom that
time on Mrs. Jones was an III woman.
Her trouble well, It was about every
thing with which human flesh Can be
mulcted. Hlte had n strange, queer
foiling In her head, that felt as if sev
eral shot were rolling around loose on
her l.raln. Pen cannot describe the
torture she suffered. Local doctors told
her she had water on the brain. A
Times reporter called upon Mrs. Jones,
Kver since that terrible wetting I
received, tip to n year ago, I was an
linnllil. I had terrible nouralgln pntns
In the head which often went to my
fet and Union. I was often In such a
terrible state Jliat I had to use n crotch
to net around or else slide n chair be
fiiie me to move about tho house. I
witH very III for nve years, In spells,
and neer expected to get well. It was
a blood, disease, guessf One of the
doctor I consulted said I had clotted
blood In my head, and perhaps 1 did.
He could not cure me, neither could
several other doctors I tried. I nleO
used many patent medicines, but they
did me no good. My complexion was n
lierfect white, and my ears so transpar
ent you could look through them;
My blnod was turning to water,
"Look at ino now; do t look lck7"
Tho reporter wuh forced, to udmlt,
that he had seldom seen u more per
fect embodiment of health.
With pardonable pride Mrs. Jones
said: "Dr. Williams' I'lnk IMIls, for
Tale People did It. I can go anywhere
now, wnlle before I commenced using
Dr. Williams' remedy I could not move
out of tho house. For three years,
would you believe It, I did not even go
to church, l was not always confined
to .my bed, but could not leave the
house. Wherever I go, people sayi
'Why, Mrs. Jones, how well you are
looking. How did It happen?' nnd I
always tell them 'I'lnk l'llls did It.'
I have not had the slightest touch
of my old Illness for the last six
months, und feel as It I never had been
III in my life."
Mr. Jones rnldr "Vou can recdlly
Imagine how highly we regard tho
remedy In this house, w.'iere we Jmivo
had a wife and mother restored to per
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold by
all dealers, or will .be sent post paid
on receipt of price (SO cents a bffx, or
six boxes for ir.Wthey aro never sold
In bulk, or by the 100) by addressing
Dr. Williams' Medlelno Company,
Schenectady, N. Y.
A man will promts women nnd
hies anything to keep Uiem quint.
It's a Good Thins. Push It Along."
Why buy a newspaper unless you
can orofit bv the expense? For 5
cents you can get almost as much if
"BATTLE AX" as you can of IB
other high grade brands for JO cents
Here's news that will repay you for
tin enst of vaiit ncwsoaner to-dav. US
. , sr r- ' m
IN AVOMANJS COMER.
OP-TO-DATS nrADINQ FOH
DAMKS AND DAMSELS,
Tharr(M. qnwn I Itipldly limning
tm rior AEnlnClitrmtnc I'rnfb
for rnn Ulrit ror tli Tired
T1IIJ prlneoM gown
hi rapidly grflwlnc
In favor. It Is a
style or pec I ally
adapted to a. plump
i;rnceful lines go
ing far to give an
olr of slentlornoM.
It Is a poor pol
icy Indeed, almost
n hopeless task
for an nmateur (o Attempt tho pMneess
gown. It required skillful ringers to
give perfection to' the style. When
well made there la no gown, more sat
isfactory, but when botched there Is
no gown so utterly hopcles. A hand
some model In prune tinted taffeta Is
mnlo up In this style, filling the
beautiful flguro like n glove, anil made
most severely plain, save for tho rleh
braiding set around the font as a fin
ish. Tlio front of 4ho gown but to tie
diagonally from shoulder to belt, and
then rvilows the outlines of the grace
ful limb to tho foot. Small turquoise
set buttons are done in rich shades
of prune, turquolie blue nnd black,
nnd relieves the air of severity about
the gown. The stosk Is plain and hlghj
mm.i I. ..lit .. f . i - i .. . . n
Him iiiiiii. ui nuciiuinc uiuu voivci, in
tened with the studded buttons. Tho
rather small leg o'mutton slievea are
enftght close to tho nrms below the el
bow, nnd finished nt tho wrist by a
smart fin re and a row of the turquolio
Mourning gowns made In 'his style
aro especially effoctlvo, it forma so
good, n body for any mode of decora
tion. A smart princess gown made up
of yalenelennes was act In under the
Btotfc collar, and the sleeves were tin
Isfteil with flounees of tho tare,
A dainty frock of grata linen was
made with a plain aktrt, with embrold
KfWl band slmut tlx bottom.
T)s waist wg rut blotMo fnsblen
with a large embroidered yoke over
the aheulders. cut in peculiar Kinarss
At Ibe odge. Tiny mfllea of laee traced
Ultrtr waj- down hlattse and sleeves. A
kfrflo green bow at tho nape of the
ntt and a hat of the same color com
plbted the rostume. The l4itoet. ,
When you gt Mst, m bravo
I encragk lo my to,
Xti one knows in Ids owh omo whvn
is tno propar time to quit.
Itett for llred lloiiirwltn't.
If n vaeatlon Is imiioasiMo, try rest,
atlvlies a writer mi women's work.
There Is no special satisfaction lo the
ilred, overworked housewife at this
fcftsen to lie told that she mint try
ohnngo of scene nnd moderato exercise.
Thoro Is no better preventive of ner
vous exhaustion, we are told, than reg
lar, unhurried nttttcular exercise. If
wo could modonile our hurry, lessen
ear worry and Increase ojr open air
xtrclse a largo portion or nervous dis
eases wonld be aboljttied. lint the tired
housekeeper reallxoa only too well ih;it
It Is not exercise sho iishIs half so
ranch as rest. rerthose who cannot
got a holiday the best substitute Is in
occasional day In bed. Many vhf
nerves nre constantly strained In their
flally vocation have discovered this for
themselves. A Spanish merchant ,n
Hareolona told his medical man that
ho nlwnys went to bed whenever be
could bo spared from business nml
lattghml at those who spent their holi
days on tolliomo mountains. One of
the most successful working women :n
Bnglnnd. who had for many year con
dueled, n large wholesale business, re
tains excellent nerves at an advanced
age, owing. It Is sold, to the habit of
pending one entire day of each week
In bed. If we cannot avohl frequent
agitation we ought. If possible, to give
the nrrvbusjiystem time to reeovtr be
tween shocks. It the Idea or a whol
day In bed seems absurd to Jjto tired
0ATIN CAPE WITH RUCHINdS ORLAOB AND PEPJ9IAN mpUQN
in lustreless blr.ele silk Is onrlehcd with
Uiertions'of black silk luce nnd nar
row bands of cut Jet. Tho Insertion
Is let Into all tho long seams, while
each sldo Is edged with Uie tiny cords
of Jet, giving an nip of oxoeodlng dress
iness to tho ontlro gswn, The big leg
o' mutton eleevea nre Interested III
rows (running around the sleevM) of
the Insertion. The entire effect It
must norel and doelCeflly drtaay.
fUnl.n t'.l llonns.
Iteccotly a very unique garden par
ty wes hold in some private grounds
on Most J7th striot.lKow Vurk. The
garden belonged to Governor .Morgan,
and, though now the property of sev-
eral owners, the rO'asty lawns end
fine old trees aro still preserved.
The party was given under the aus
pices of tho alumnae of Harnard col
lege, and tun gardens were gay 'with
A white dotted Swiss there vras.
most appropriate for this festive oc
casion. It was made over white taf
feta, the scams marked with Insertions
of white Valenciennes lace through
which lb. stllk shone prettily. A row
mother and housewife at least deter
mine to take half an hour's seeluslon
and rest after luneh. and It will prove
it saving nnd not n lose of, lime.
A Paris firm In the Hue des I'd Us
Chumps makes a special feature of un
derlined nnd children's d reacts. Here
la n deaerljiilon of one of the last
named: It Is of orenmjprinted foulard
with n pattern of roneghnd eglantiiic,
with foliage In dsod grton. The skirt
jias gathers nt the waist, very closely
plated behind. Twelve centimetres
from the bottom are two rowaxjfpf em
broidery with eyelets, through which
nre drawn narrow green ribbon.
Tho corsage Is low necked and la
slightly gathered at the waku both be
fore and behind, and a small bouquet
of gathers adds to, the effect of the
decollete. A fringe of motisMllne de
sele ovor n transparency of pink silk
brings up the body at the neck, where
It Is trimmed with laee. The tour tie
cott It ornamented' with a email broken
collar of mouwollne de sole and lace,
and atjhe back are three small bows
of grMn aatin ribbon. There la a
drapedflehu which geea under the
waistband; It la of cream moiisMllne
de sele and trimmed with a flounee
and narrow insertion and Meehllu tern
The sleeves aro short dnd balloon
shaped, and are confined at the elbow
by a green satin ribbon, which forms
a bow. The waistband it of narrow
green satin ribbon and faileaajbeblad
with a bow; in front two short ends
end In bowt over the skirt ten eenti
metres from the waist.
Her Father "Hbb my daughter
given yeu any eneotuagncnt. turf
Suitor "Well, eke satd you were al
ways a very generous parent."- Phila
Tha late Mrs. Kmiiy It. Talcolt
Hartford. 10S, had a great-grandmotb
who died at M. Her motbtr lived
ba 100. 4
J low WoM all htiWl If we knu l,nt
other jwoplo said about us!
I lull'. Cntarrli Cur
Is a coneUttttloneJ out. lVloe, 7c.
Nnmo the baby Ikjj Mark, nnd the
baby girls Hannah.
I beUere IW Cure 'i the imly medletna
kl'lei eoBwiaip. Abbs U. IIh,
WlilkiiMiiwrt. !.. Not U. M.
Nothttip tiros ri mini more thnirtobe
Ktaloful nil the iluic.
ir IS Ilaby I. Cutllnc Tulh,
Wish.-, kmhh Sw rl' " iiifti
oiiie men ore too lu to wali the
tobai-eo Mains out df their wlilskors.
are fit only, fer nakeH mr
ases. Clothes are the marks
of ctvtllsatloH-in pill ad well
as people. A Kood coat deos
not nialse a (jood pill, ay mofe
than good dollies make a good
man. Jhit as sure as you'd
Uok on n elethcslaaa wan as n
ntad one, )ou may took on u
coatlees ptlt as a bod one.
After fifty years of tost
pl!s stand higher than
Iwiiimc U lomiin unit or llf'l
WIS lMlsrbMiKHIWA.ni . M D. fOW
LICK, bat a1. Smihmtia. 0ua.
Tlie ltlRhciit cJntm for other
tobacco in "Jtmt a
i;ooil os pur hum."
Kviry cl -la..! r
Utxwo there in none just
Oil ocU 03
xou win tiiiit o:.e counen tn.
. nr-iur roi-II li t ' i . ItC
II" v u Img of I h itt i ( r.
bntcd toUiironiiil lead tlio
coupi ti -which rImh n it
of faln..l.le prescntH t,ud how
t L'Cl thciii.
I IMIf 1
T,6?,n l Mr' Bftt"JeI"er. General Merclmnt, Ardmore, I. T., Lay la
Dallas, Texsu. at the Point of Collapie- Could Not leave Hit Bed or
Move Without Paln-SuiTered Terribly Until Veno't
Mcdlelnet Cured Him Completely.
ES lb, rollawlBK matemeHt of II.. I ,e,. Sl,un.. no'. i:tetrl VIIJ .&
Vruo'. fur.lt.S,ruu tu U. til. Must fl..,r,,e,mt Mtf, taK"
roiiowfng r,l,,lnl""', Mimy "sniirwrii, t";
my of IiallHf, 1
Rial of Txm, I
i riPuimii)- np.tk.-'i liflore me.
nstnrv tmullc In
ior wiy mum kiio roullty HfOJembl. WJ Sli'nt.
'J'nr. who. iwti,K Vy me Aril tuWysMrn Bojt"irif
o.'sw 'ieHc himI hr thnt lie haiT tieiri YmieiJI
vm. nnil for
WAS NWQlIrn III
.--- ""J '"r iitp un;
.rsTi.. . . . i '. u"u,,' o waiK, was nwqIIi
........ . .... jvini hiiii vi-ry wriiK M'nil Iri
Hlit. r..., Hie. irlgJ.-lulrtBIld Vrnu'c t'urklK. S
smi in u.irc ;,maitr iiio first trrntin.in n. ,,-
.... . ", "'"J "roiml nnd row f.n. mt
1 lliell fr.e ritn.1 ull OmIiii atitt , k. .n,uui
s .m nil rver. Hln lnili.r J Mr M Mm"..!,; our
n Re norni inerehani at Ardtaor.. I. T Tt nir
iobii la wll known r .1. I (Wr, Jr.. a nri'ininni
in..e ..f t hi. fity. VTio iihImcmI iimt'J ny vi,2t,
'r. , W WI'HAlUiSrMBif '
siisssviii ny in fHIU V AIUIllF
Mivimcr in my Mitc0 u.u mn .r Novmti".
J I , Jo. j, J kVA4 Hi
Menllllo cute tl nermsnMilly r,ir malaria ! ',l'lll
hert Uit.vpllh ","u "nnr, sna
vre.-xv:o HLifCTllic JIiUll) will cure Hie worst nru most dnrai of
ttorc., - - ... w..v iiikiii. ,i
" Out and away
the most popular."
The New York Telegram recently organized a
monster bicycle parade in NevYork, otTeriinj a
bicycle each to the best ludy rider and the best
gentleman rider in the procession. The prizes
were selected by popular vote of The Telegram's
readers, and, as was to be expected, the result
. was another triumph for-
STANDARD OF THE WORLD.
In (lie language of The Telegram, the Columbia was declared to
Ije" out and away the moii popular wheel in America." Of
course- No other bicycle has such quality or gives such sailsfacypti.
Yea can hsva a
Jumbta at eacs
If ytu r4a yeat
POPE MFG. CO., Hrtfod, Conn.
Branch 8ter and " Stmett cty tsd
ycui ylffauty. ltl ui U,ow.