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title: 'The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, November 04, 1904, Image 2',
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BLOOD wiEJT/ TELL
A THEORY SUPPORTED BY FRESH ,
A Recent Instance Proves That a
Woman's Happiness Is Largely Dc-
pendent on the State of Her Blood.
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When the blood la disordered every
organ of the body Is affected unfavorably '
ably and falls to discharge Its Rinc-
tlons prollerl In the case of every
woman nature has made special pro-
vision for 11 periodical purification of
the blood ( , and so long as this occurs
her health rulll aplrlts unfailingly reveal -
veal the hencflclal rcsults So slight
a cause 1R IL cold or n nervous shock
may produce a suppression of this
vital function , and until It IR restored
she fs doomed to miser ) ' , The remedy
that has proved most prompt and
effective In nil disorders peculiar to
the female Hex Is that which brought
such great relief to Miss Mattie
Griggs , of No , 807 Indiana street , Lawrence .
renco , Kansan , concerning which she
speaks as follows :
"In the winter of 902 , tram some
unknown cause , there was a cessation
of functions peculiar to my sox for a
period ot four months I became very
weak and could not get up stairs
without heh' ' I had nausea und pain
and a constant headache I was under .
der the care of a physician for three
months , but he did not succeed In curing .
Ing mo Then IL lady friend told me
about the merits of Dr Williams' Pink
Pills which she had used In her fam.
lIy , and she Induced mo to try thom
It was In May when I first began
to use them , and In Juno 1 had fully
recovered my health , and have since
remained perfectly well. "
In nIl cases of delayed development
of young girls : In anemia or weakness
due to impoverished blood and showing .
tng itself ) In pallor , lack of ambition ,
despondency ) and nervousluws : also In
the great constitutional disturbances
attending the period known as the
change of life , Dr WlI1lams' Pink Pills
are invaluable for women , whose
health Is always closely dependent on
the state of the blood. They arc sold
by all drugglsls A booklet ] of valuable
Information relating to the care of a
woman'R health Ilt nil Important peri
ods , and ontltled "Paln ] Talks to ZPo-
men , " will bo sent free In n sealed eu-
volopo to any one who chooses to
write for It to the Dr. Williams Medicine -
cine Company , Schenectady , N. Y.
Source of Petroleum.
Until recently It was almost universally .
versally believed that petroleum was ,
like coal , derived from fossil vegetation .
tlon or possibly from animals or fishes
of some long past age. ! row It Is assorted .
sorted by many scientifIc men that It
may not bo of any organic origin , hut
may bo duo to subterranean chemical
Virtues of the Amethyst
Tire amethyst , In days of chivalry ,
was believed to have great lOwer for
good In battles. The wearer was ren
dered brave , far being and honorable.
The amethyst was also said to destroy
time craving for ICuol' , which was as
prevalent In those days itS It Is In this.
Time lfablt of industry can be ae-
qulred on easily as the habit of idle
ncSR But It in I always the man or
boy of character who Intrenchcs him.
self with good habits , and It Is always
the moral weakling the characterless
person , who becomes the slave of evil
habits. Accomplishments are either
helps or hindrances to genuine sue-
cess. High qualities of character alone
can make them worth while , mighty ,
Fair of Beaucaire.
An unsuccessful effort has been
made In France to revive the fair at
Denucalro on a scale comparative to
that of the gOal old times Those
tnra began In the thirteenth century ,
and gradually rose to such proportions
that in 1790 , for Instance , the busI-
ness transacted amounted to 40000- ;
000 francs Before the middle of the
last century , the railway changed all
this , and today the fair Is 0. mere
shadow of Its former Belt
Great Country for Wheat.
The delta of the Tigris and the
Euphrates , now partially a desert and
partially n swamp , contains over 5-
000,000 acres of und. ] Perhaps no re-
gion of all the regions of the earth is
moro favored by nature for the production -
duction of cerenls. It Is claimed that
wheat In Its wild , uncultivated state
has Its home In the seml.arld regions ,
anti that from here It has been trans-
ported to every quarter or the globe.
Many Days Without Sleep.
A Philadelphia physician tells of Do
doctor who went without sleep for
eight days and nights , and of another
who did not go to bed for eighteen
dnys. Napoleon rode for days In the
saddle apparently without sleop. No'
authentic tests probably exist.
The Useful Alphabet.
"There's one good thing about It , "
chuckled tile ancient Phoenician as he
Invented the alphabet , "Romo of those
politicians will bo sure to write let-
ters now that will knock them Into 0.
cocked hat when they run for office , " i
Sometimes a stern parent allows hifi
daughter to wed time man of her
choice because he has a grudge
Every houseleeeper should know
that If they will buy Defiance Cold
Water Starch for laundry use they
will save not only time , because it
never sticks to the Iron , but because
each package contains 16 oZ.-one full
pound-while nIl other Cold Water
Starches are put up In * .pound packages .
ages , and the price Is the same , 10
cents. Then again because Defiance
Starch Is free from nil Injurious chem-
Icals Ir your grocer tries to sell you
a 12oz. package It Is because he has
It stacIe on hand which he wishes to
dispose of before ho puts In Deflance.
Ho knows that Defiance Starch has
printed on every package In large let.
ters and figures " 16 ozs. " Demand
Defiance and save much time and
money and the nnnoynnce of the iron
stlclclng. Defiance never stlcls.
, . , , ,
m- EITc W L. Douglas makes and . eila more men' $3.60 D : : " .
oboes llllUI any other manufacturer In the world.
The rearotv. . J. . HOIIclns r.o slues are the Fr"ftIIEI sellers In the world Is heeaaee of their excel.
lent style e.uey IIUllllr nut eti.orior " ' 'carllll Qllnlllle If Icnl'hl show you the dlI'Cl'rcllce between the
sloes made : III my factory : sad those of other makes and the hhrh..crlulo leathersused . you wOllld under-
stand why W. J. 110111:1:18 : U.r.o shoes cost more 10 II1l\koJ.wh ) they hold their shape tit better wear
longer and are tlf greater Intrinsic YIIIIIO than any other } , .1 > 0 shoe on the market w-u&r. and why the
sales for the year ending July r. ret , were tU ; 1:11:1 : 040.00.
W. 1. . lIotllllls ! guarantees their value hy lntnl\\1I1 his name and price on the boltom. Look for It.-
take Uo BuJgtltule. Sold lIy sloe dealers ovp.rrwlerc. !
SUPERIOR III FIT , COMFORT AND WEAR.
"I IInrnrom n . I. . Dot13. ' . O slices for the lad tlUll'I years with ab.o/ute /
safifuctr.m. Ift"d thtlll 1',01' fall , earn/art and / wear to others eetingfrnns
lJ.w to 17.00.-LJ. . 1. J/ct ilf : . Dept. 1ol. . u S. Int Revenue Rich"oII < l. 1'4. )
w. T. . DoltE'ln" uses Corona CCllt..kln III his St.liO : .htM'8. Corona Colt Is conceded to
be the aUNt ntcnt Leather umtle. meat Color Eyelets used cscltlsh'c ! ) ' .
W. L. DOUGLAS , .ckton , Masaachns.Ua.
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t nlltl at . niIPi119P1"IIIPIIIIiI'fli ! Il : GlQ'I'ilillll ( ' 'i t i .
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IIJDII . : The Kind You Have Jf ;
' n win ' ' ' nn , ; . , , , , , , , . " . . , , , . , , " . , , , . ' , " < " < " n.no t' , , ' ur''f . , , " " , , , , ' , , ' - u ' , ' ' ro , ' ' , , " ' .TUTfuwllTn ' , 'i' , , ' ' , , , . ' r ! Always fought
) As- ' 4
AM gctable lrcpnrationfor -
simi1ating IhcFoodandRc Wa.1 ' , !
UmStomnchs nndBowcls of Bears
ling j. I the
t bl "q r' p .
Promotes Digcstion.Cheerrul- i '
ness and est.Conlains neither
OpiumMorphine nor M.teral. , Uf
'NoT 'NARC O..rIC. r
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Je4d 01' old9k11EzrZ I1F ?
I'un uj Saul-
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/bo"mut - ' . , I + ' n
IIi nldcnakJ'i d + r
C41iutsd .Ibgar . ,
3liiutriyrorn flam :
I U S e
Ape ecl Remedy forConsUpa-
non , Sour StomachDiarrhoC
WormsConvulsionsFeverlsh- ' " 4
tend ' Loss SUER - ° " Fr Over
ness . . OF I 0 r V e r I
Facsimitc signature or
= Thirty Years
NEW YORK. Y
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TM8 ONTAYN.OMPANY. NIW YORK CIT'f.
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Don't forget when you
order starch to get the
best. Get DEFIANCE No
more "yellow" looking clothes
no more cracking or breaking It
doesn't stick to the iron. It gives satisfaction -
faction or you get your money back. The
cost is 10 cents for 16 ounces of the best
starch made. Of other starches you gel '
but 1:3 : ounces. " 'Now don't forget. it'ggj ,
your grocers. _
THE DEFIANCE STARCH CO. ,
OMANA , NEB.
lit lE HE Al is AILS.
Beet Cough yrup. Tastes ( food. Use
In time , Solo by drugglete
When Answering Advertisements
Kindly Mention This Paper.
BEGGS' BLOOD PURIFIER
CURES catarrh vf the .stomacll.