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title: 'The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, October 28, 1904, Image 11',
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: THIS WOMAN KNOWS
WHAT ONE OF THE SEX DISCOVERED .
ERED TO HER GREAT JOY.
Mrs. De Long Finds ThAt the Indescribable -
.crlbable Pains of Rheumatism Can
. . Be Cured Through the Blood.
- - Mrs. t ! : : . M. Dc Long , of No. 160
, r. ' " . ' West Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa ,
: . , < t. , . found herself suddenly attacked by
' rheumatism in the winter of 1896.
She gave the doctor a chance to help
her , which he failed to Improve , and
then she did some thinking and experimenting -
perimenting of her own. She was so
successful that she deems It her duty
to tell the story of her escape from
suffering : . .
"My brother-In.law , " she says , 'was
enthusiastic on the subject of Dr.
" Wmlams' Pink Pills as a purifier of
the blood , and when I was Buffering
extreme pains In the joints of my an-
kles , knees , hips , wrists and elbows ,
. and the doctor was giving me no re-
lier , I began to reflect that rheumatism -
. - " , - " , ' tlsm Is a disease ot the blood , and
that It Dr. W1lllams' Pink pms are
BO good for the blood they must bo
good for rheumatism and worth a
of "I was In bed half the time , suffering -
Ing with pain that cannot be described
to one who has never had the disease.
It would concentrate sometimes in ono
set ot joints. When It was in my feet
. . _ 0 I could not walk ; when it was in my
A . ,
T' " '
elbows and wrists I could not even
, draw the coverlets over my body. I
had suffered In this way for weeks
. , before I began using Dr. Williams'
: Pink pms. Two weeks after I began
with them I experienced relief and
. . .
' " after I had taken six boxes I was en-
. . . Urely well. To maIm sure I continued
to use them about two weeks longer
I. . ; : : ; " : and then stopped altogether. For sev-
. ' . " < : . eral years I have had no reason to
I. : : : use them for myself , but I have recommended -
ommended them to others as an excellent -
. , cellent remedy. "
, \rr- Dr. Wmlams' Pink pms furnish the
blood with all the elements that are
r needed to build up healthy tissue ,
. strong muscles and nerves , capable of
. . - bearing the strain that nature puts
- . : . : : . ' : . . upon them. They really make now
blood and cure all diseases arising
from disorders of the blood or nerves ,
such a8 sciatica , neuralgia , partial
paralysis , locomotor ataxia , St. Vitus'
dance , nervous prostration , anemia .
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and all forms of weakness In either
male or female. They are Bold by all
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contain Mercury ,
u mercury will surely destroy the sense ot smell
and completely derange the whole system when
entering It through the mucous lurtacel. Such
' . articles should never be used except on prelcrlpo
r ) _ I lions from reputable physicians , as the dama.re they
r- 'r will do II ten told to the good you can possibly de-
riTe from tblm. Hall'l Catarrh Cure , manufactured
. , by F. J. Cheney d ; : Co" , Toledo , a. , contains no mercury .
cury . and II taken internally acting dIrectly upon
the blood and mucous surfaces ot the system , In
. ' buying HaU'1 Catarrh Cure be lure you get the
. 'f' , enuloe. It II taken internally and made In Toledo ,
Ohio , by F J. Cheney do Co. Testimonials tree.
, . ; . Bold by Drugltlstl Price 17I1c. per bottle.
- : ' : Take HaU' Family Pills for conltlpatloD.
Water on Battleship.
' " Eight thousand gallons ot fresh wa-
ter are used In a. large battleship
dally. About two-thirds of this is taken
up by boilers , and , the remainder is
used for drinking , washing , etc.
To the housewife who has not yet
. , become acquainted with the new things
ot everyday use In the market and
who Is reasonably satisfied with the
old we would suggest that a trial of
Defiance Cold Water Starch be made
at once. Not alone because It Is guar-
anteed by the manufacturers to be superior -
- _ perlor to any other brand , but because
. contains 16 09" ,
. . each 100 package "
' . . while all the other kinds contain but
12 Os. It Is safe to say that the lady
who once uses Defiance Starch will use
no other. Quality and quantity must
The Busy Bee.
The foolish little bee improves each
shining hour by gathering honey for
some freclde.faced boy to smear on
Nearly every summer there are
some cases or genuine cholera In St.
Petersburg Last summer there were
" . . /
.L RiSKs LIFE IN DAnING FEAT. ; ;
Homan's Sensational Act Excites Pa. ,
rlslans to Woilder. ,
Novel sonsai'ioual ' feats on auto ' cars
and bicycles , In looping ) and circling -
ling circles and jumping gaps In tracks
upside down 01' right side up , arc still
forthcoming , and there Is always someone -
one ready to Invent a new and specially -
ly thrilling flight. The latest recruit to
the daring band oC performers , prepared -
ed , for a consideration to run the risk
of breaking theIr necks , Is Madame
Mauricia do Tiers , who Is known as
the Auto-Bolide-tho Auto-1\Ieteor-
of the Folios . l3ergere , In Paris. The
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lady's meteoric flight Is made on an S
shaped track-an S with the middle
part wanting. She starts from the
top and descend , her car gripping the
rails and holding to thom , the latter
part of her descent on this upper half
of the S being made head downward ;
and In this position she Is projected
across the gap to the lower half of the
S , upon which she lands and completes
the course In safety The entire length
of Madame do Tiers' remarkable flight
Is 160 feet , the gap Is 32 feet , and the
course Is run In 41,4 seconds , "mo-
ments of greater anguish , " says a
Paris paper , "for the spectators than
for the courageous lady. The latter
remains quite calm , during her terrific
flight , witch Is like a rapid vision of
an automobile upside down In space ,
then a terrible shock , and then the descent -
scent to the stopping-point. The tires
are pneumatic and It is a mystery how
, . . - - . . . . . . . . .
they reSist the Impact upon the traClt "
Worn by French Children.
Bare knees and these fantastic costumes -
tumes are decreed by fashion and worn
by the children In Ji'ranco.
Cow Assists at a Wedding.
A strange wedding celebration too
place at Shohola , Pa" , recently. Her
man Hlpsman married Miss Christina
ICulm. After the ceremony tile couJlo
went to the bridegroom's horne , a
stock farm , where all the Ilelghborhool1
The stock of beverages gave out and
Hlpsman brought one of his best Jersey -
soy cows into the Idtchen.
Each person who desired a drink had
only to go to the cow. Silo was 1I
good representative or her stock anti
did not go dry , although one man waE
kept } busy doing the milJdng.
. - - 1 -
Take Census With Bei\tfa.
1'ho relIt calHlIlll of the natives In
the 'l'I'lIns\'l\nl was taken with hl'llIh
hash ! hcndnll\Il waR Cm'niHhll ! ( with 1\
n\lml101' of hends of Itlffel'enl ( colors ,
and twine on which to string thom. A
bl black bead ' ' adult
big ! represented ) nn
married native , a big yellow bend 1\
grown single mun , a big hll10 bend n
married woman , and 1\ white bend n
singe woman over fifteen years old
A 8mnll yellow hend stood for Ibo ) '
and n. smnll white bond for a. . girl.
Brahmin's Proverbs Popular.
The old English ! proverb writers
used P1l11l"s proverbs very Inrgely-
In fact , were It nol for tit ' old Bralt-
min there would be many rower Eng-
lish proverbs ) than there are. The pro-
verbs have been trnnsllltml Into every
European language and Into many
Asiatic tongues-Persiun , Malay , Mon
golian , Afghan ; they are the proverbs
of the world.
- A Record In Trees.
The largest tree In the world Is to
bo seen at MaRcnll , near the foot of
Mount Etna , and Is called 'rho Chest-
nut Tree oC hundred HorseD , " Its
name rose from the report that Queen
Jane of Aragon , whit her principal no-
bility , took refuge from a violent
storm under Its branches. The trunk r
. - - . - . . , -
1S 204 feet 1U clrcunHerunc.
Japanese Never Conquered.
Speaking of the Japanese , Voltaire
said It was the only nation that had
never been conquered. In the thirteenth .
toenth century the .Taps l'oJIl1secl ) 107-
000 Mongolians In a naval war faro.
They Caught with success In Korea :
and China , and Dr. llertillon says that
they are invincible on account of their
aU.powerful Jiu . Jutsu.
Difference in Farming Methods
The average gross returns per acre
from cultivated land in this country
is only $10.50 per acre , and from land
devoted to the growing of cereals but
$8.02 per acre. In Great Britain the
intensive system of tanning has
brought the average gross returns up
to within the neighborhood ot $30 per
Husband of Little Importance.
Among some of the ancient Mexican .
can tribes the husband left his people
and dwelt with his wife's family ,
where he seems to have been considered .
ered of minor importnnco.
Italy and Spain have fewer houses '
in proportion to their population than
any other country In the worll1. The
Argentine republic and Uruguay have
the most. .
Spite 0 fall de bright sunshine in
dls 'Wor ] ' , some mans will go roun'
huntln' fer happiness will a candle.-
Frank Stanton In Atlanta Constitu-
A wise girl always pretends to be
a little more daffy than the young man
she Is planning to face the parson
A mother's prayers , silent and gentle .
tle , can never miss the road to the
throne or all bonnty.-lloecher.
_ 0 .
_ . - _ _
Pretty Girl Suffered From Nervousness alit
Pelvic Calarrh-Found Quick Holler
In a Few Day.
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Miss Sadie Robinson , 4 Rand street ,
Malden , MILSS" , writes :
"Pcrnnl\ . was rccommcJHlcd to m.
about a year : ago nR nn excellent remedy
for the troubles peculiar to our BOX , anc'
as I found that all that was said of thh
medicine was true , I am pleased to e.u.
"I began to uscltaboutreven montlu
ago for weakness and nervousness
caused from overwork and sleepless
ness , and found that In a taw days
began to grow strong , my appetite In ,
creased and 1 began to sleep better
consequently my nervousness passes
away and tile weakness In the pe/vl ,
organs soon disappeared and I have
been ' 'cllllnd strong ever If/nee. "
Address Dr. 8. D. IInrtman , Prcsidcn
of The ITnrLmrm Sanitarium , Columbus
0. , for free medical nclvJcc. All corres
pondoncc strictly confidential.
" On ine Trait "I followed the
trail from Texas
cwllh a Fish Bran to aFISI Montana ! BRAND with
' . . . Slicker , used for
C 't. .t.
Pommel Slicker on overcoat when
cold , a wind coat
when windy , a rain coat when It rained ,
And for n cover at night If wc got to bed ,
and I will any that I have gotten mora
comfort out of your slicker than any ottii
one article that 1 ever owned. "
< < ' ! 'b. nam. and addrul or tile
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