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Mr. PortorThought Ho Should Go Mad
But Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
"It Rooms liko n miraclo that Dr.
Willhims' Pink Pills should havo cured
my neuralgia," said Mr. Porter. "They
are certainly a marvelous medicine and
lain always glad to recommend them.
"For two years," ho continued, "I had
suffered almost unendurable pains in my
head. They would start over my eyes
and shoot upward most frequently, but
they often spread over my faeo, and at
times every part of my head and faeo
would be full of agony. Sometimes tho
pains woro so iutenso that I actually
feared they would drivo ino mad.
" My eyes ached constantly and thero
was always a burning sensation over my
forehead, but the other pains varied,
sometimes they were acute, and again
they were dull and lingering. I could
notsloep. My temper was irritable and
I got no pleasure out of life.
" I tried remedy after remedy, but
finding no help in any of them, I be
came a despairing man. Even when I
began to take Dr. Williams' Pink Pills I
had no great hope of a cure.
"That was in December of 1903. To
my surprise, a change in my condition
took place right away. Tho pains grew
less iutenso and the acute attacks were
further apart, as I kept on using Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills. Tho improvement be
gan with the first box, and when I had
used six boxes I stopped. My cure was
complete and 1ms lasted ever since."
Mr. Olmrles H. Porter lives at Ray
mond, N. H. lie is one of many grateful
people who have found that Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills will cure diseases of the nerves
that have stubbornly resisted every other
remedy tried. Not only neuralgia, but
sciatica, partial paralysis and locomotor
ataxia yield to them. They are sold by
all druggists, or may be obtained directly
from the Dr Williams Medicine Co.,
Schenectady, N. Y.
"I am told that you called me a little
busybody. Is that true?" "Believe me,
my words were distorted. On the con
trary, I said you were a busy little
Advancing the Farmers' Interest
Traveling agents and salesmen are
now sent from the home ofllees of the
Chicago packers into all South Ameri
can and Asiatic countries. They are
going into every land, no matter what
language may be spoken or what
money be used. They will exchange
their goods for cowries or elephant
tusks anything to sell the product
and get something in return converti
ble into money. It may seem odd to
some folk's, but traveling men, carry
ing cases with samples of American
meat products, can be seen in the
desert of Sahara, the sands of Zanzi
bar or in Brazil, "where the nuts come
from." Great is the enterprise of the
Yankee merchant. Tho greater tho
market, the greater the price and sta
bility of the price of the product and
all that goes to make it in its various
Enthusiasm won't carry you verv far
The Best Results In Starching
can be obtained only by using De
dance Starch, besides getting1 4 oz.
more for same money no cooking re"
Many niee spend tliolr lives adver
tising; themsulvea and then expect to
too paid ioi it in transportation to Par
nulso, The woman who holds up a train
Iw t eoesailly u bandit.
The bulk of people prefer
to be humbugged yet; we
suppose they will always.
Your Ktnvnr returns your money If you don'l liko
hftimw." i.U1 V'."1"." wil "nmeUmea turn
UQlOItl It 1M t IimIiIi-i, upon.
When You Buy Starch
buy Deflnnce and Bot the best, 10 or.
for 10 cents. Once used, always used.
.n,t!',oaM (h-'a' --n-t- is wasted In
wood. S uoU ,n 80w,rB
All Were Safe Behind This Engineer
Z" . tv i
Incident Shows Constant Watch-
fill Caro Demanded of the
Man Who Drives a Present
Day Locomotive j
"Tim quick perecpuou 01 imuh,,,,,
ti'-o engineer ami his watchful reganl
lor the safely of his train were
brought forcibly ui my attention re
cently." said a traveler to the Hlr
Mihm'lmin (Ala.) XoWS. "Wo were
.peeing along at the rate of about I
ihirty-llvo miles an hour on a uin, .
:ract of level country. It was a lunw ,
.rans-continen.al train carrying
twelve cars. Suddenly tho air brakes
II... I ...ill. ..II ll.nl.. I'itnn find
wni' IIWIMUMI Willi nil linn iwii; ...
ti... n,,,., ,.n,n in such a violent halt
as to almost hurl tho passengers
from their seats. The sleeping-car
porter, who was mounted upon a step
ladder engaged in turning on the
lights, was forced to an acrobatic
stunt in the middle of the aisle. The
nassentrors nirr ec rom me cars 10
learn the cause of the sudden stop,
Those of them who had expected a
collision when the first shock came
i peered out for tho other train, but
1 did not see one. It was just twilight
and we were out on the prairie some
I miles from a station with not even a
! farmhouse in sight.
; "At second glance the engineer, a
I big, red-faced fellow clad in blue over
alls, was soon mnkiiic his way down
I by ihi- side of his train with a drip-
Roiraniic Girl Thai
Millionaire Aged Suitor Had No
Bad Habits at Present but She
Recognized Possibilities of the
The old multimillionaire crooked
one rheumatic Kr.ee at the feet of the
beautiful deluiianie. while in the dis
tance the orchestra was playing tome
leii motif from Uausmltthimsky's
sublime work's, and the haunting mel
ody filtered through tho tropical vege
tation that screened them from the
"Miss Yonngbudde-'-Kthol, i love
"But, 0. Mr. Stocksandhonds, I I."
stammered the sweet young thing,
roting. however, that her olncial sten
ographer and recordln
were in good acoustic positions:
"Ah, Miss Kthel." the old multimil
lionaire was saying, "it in in the meri
dian of life that we can appreciate
woman's worth and her cheering, di
vine presence. All else have 1
I.alaces, automobiles. yachts bu'
without you they are as nothing."
.-.n: mr. rxooKsanciimnds. mush, u
the debutante, "I would many ou ii..
To Use ' Wireless"
Vast Stretches of South America lnS Pint r the wireless system. A
to Be Equipped with the New "'"'"ict has been awarded to a Ger
Method of Communication- 1,11,11 f'omlany to provide the appara
AdvKn,a n rn I ,,,s- nn lhi will give it a virtual
Among the many Important instal-
lations of wireless teleirrnnhv already
in operation, or soon to bo construct- I
ed, one of the most interesting is the
proposed line in Peru which is to be
established I 'tween Puerto nermudos
and Iqultos, a distance of 1,000 kilo
meters (G21 .:!7 miles). The reasons in
fluencing the choice of wireless teleg
raphy for this purpose apply with
equal force in other places in South
America and Africa, and are chlolly
the superstition or tlie natives as re-
gards tho wires and Insulators and
the iilfneulty of penetrating the for
ests and jungles to coiuttruct an ordi
nary lino. In Peru it ?as been con
Ptderod for some timo o' tho greatest
importance to establish communica
tion between Lima and Iqultos, the
main port on the Amazon, and whll-j
there was telegraphic i..jininunicntion
across tho Cordilleras, tho wires did
not extend beyond Puerto normudoz,
wittih ins accordingly mane the start,-
l ing torch in hand, ne.ping under the
gU)W,y , p
oarnesness of hi
,um, bppn ,
- . t h ,
his poCKPt bOOK. Wlim n
blc." called n curious passenger,
himself on the ground and. like the
nuineer. looking under the cars. A
Utile bob droppe out u t, - ,
trie of my loco m;, live audi ,
slopped when did t he ranc hlne cm!
have torn llselt to pioces id e a
little boll dropped out of the cccen
wrecked the train.' was the reply ot
iho r.ilroad man. 'I must havo mat
... il. .. tn1 n
! bolt, as 1 Mil without another to taKe
its plnceV he continued, and going n
with his search, he was rewarded n
hiding the coveted piece of steel. It
was picked up under tho trucks of tln
last sleeper, thus illustrating what a
quick stop had been made. Authoring
mi the bolt the engineer returned to
t his locomotive, and. crawling under
the iron monster, hammered for a few
minutes and then scrambling out. an
nounced that he was ready to proceed
on t ho journey. The passengers who
had watched the operation climbed
aboard again and we were off. The
incident seemed simple, but. as I have
said, il served to illustrate the quick
perception and the keen caution ot
the man who had the snftty of sever
al hundred human li- in his hands."
Knew Her Business
deed I would, but for one t hing against
i on your personal habits."
! "But," protested the old millionaire,
villi dignity. "I have always consid
ered myself and so havo my triends
as a very criterion of morality and
clean living. Unlike the worthless and
poverty stricken young rakes of these
days, Kthel. I am not only fabulously
rich, but have absolutely no bad
"That's just it. Mr. Stocksandhonds:
that is just why I must refuse you.''
! said t ho girl, in a tone of infinite sad
"Impossible!" gasped the aged mill
ionaire. "Do you mean to say that you
would admire bad habits in a hus
band?" . , 7" UHU
itt-isiiiiimu iiiiuvii hi iicves ii run, i i'u
"Tof! me." persisted tho suitor, "why
I you would wish to see me dissipated."
! "Why. or or. bad habits
you know," murmured the maid -
But then, reflecting that she could
easily drive him to drink after mar-
i riago, the romantic girl accepted the
1 suitoi . Now York Herald.
Through the Jungle
; monopoly of wireless telegraphy
between Puerto Bormudoz and Iqul
toH 1,10 l),an is to have three inter
mediate stations and ultimately to ex
tend the liru.' to Manaos on the Ama
zon and then down tho river to Para.
thus affording direct communication
between the Atlantic and Pacific I
coasts. There already 5s a cable up '
the Amazon, but the service is fre
quently interrupted, and in tho upper
water tho swift currents would havo
rendered tho laying of such a means
j of communication
1 wireless telegraphy
has proved sue-
e'-sstui at sea, between islands, and
over large tracts of laud in Alaska, I
it is interesting to have a practical
demonstration as to whether oquallz
good results will be achieved In ac.tuil
practice in the impenetrable forests
of South America. If such Is the ease,
thero will be, without question, a
wide application of the idea, as it will I
put. within reach at small oxponse dls
trlets oUiorwlso qulto isolated.
Health Thus Lost la Reatorod by Lydia
E. Plnklmm'a Vogotablo Compound.
How many women do you know who
are perfectly well and strong? yQ
hear every day the same story ovci; and
over again. " I do not feel well; lan,
ao tired all the time I "
More than likely you speak the same
word.s yourself, and no doubt you feel
far from well. The cause may be easily
traced to some derangement of the fe
male organs which manifests itself iu
depression of spirits, reluctance to go
anywhere or do anything, backache,
bearing- lown pains, flatulency, nerv
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These .symptoms are but warnings
that there is danger abend, and unlesi
hooded a life of suffering or a serioua
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The never-failing remedy for all these
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Miss Kate McDonald, of Woodbridge,
N .1., writes :
Dear Mrs. Pinkham :
" I think that a woman naturally dislikes to
make her troubles known to tho public, but
restored health has meant so much to mo that
I cannot help from tolling initio for tho take
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" For a long timo I suffered untold npony
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thought t would recover, but Lydia E Pink
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1 feel it my dutv to tell other suffering women
what n splendid medicino it is."
If you are ill, don't hesitate to get a
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Mrs Pinkham, Lynn. Mass., for special
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