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! f kindness and of love. Wordsworth.
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Diarrhea. Cholera , Stomach Trouble
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Diarrhea , Cholera , Bowel Trouble , Etc. , are
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TOILET AND WOMEN'S SPECIAL USES
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ling the Stomachs andBowels of
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T ? OT XAIi C O TIC.
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Worms .Convulsions .Fevcrish-
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Four Facts For
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegelabh Compound
Has an Unequalled Recotd of Cures
Mrs. Tin/cram's Advice Js Confiden
tial , Free , and alicays Helpful
FIRST. That almost every operation
in our hospitals performed upon women
becomes necessary through neglect of
such symptoms as backache , irregular
and painful menstruation , leucorrhoea ,
displacements of the uterus , pain in
the side , burning sensation in the stom
ach , bearing-down pains , nervousness ,
dizziness and sleeplessness.
SKCOXD. The medicine that holds
the record for the largest number of
absolute cures of female ills is Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
It regulates , strengthens and cures
diseases of the female organism as
nothing else can.
For thirty years it has been helping
women to be strong , curing backache ,
nervousness , kidney troubles , all uter
ine and ovarian inflammation , weak
ness and displacements , regulating
menstruation perfectly and overcom
ing its pains. It has also proved itself
invaluable in preparing for childbirth
and the change of life.
THIHD. The great volume of unso
licited and grateful testimonials on file
at the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn ,
Mass. , many of which are from time to
time published by permission , give ab
solute evidence of the value of Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and
Mrs. Pinkham's advice.
FOURTH. Every ailing woman in the
United States is asked to accept the
following invitation. It is free , will
bring you health and may save your
Mrs. Pinkham'B Standing Invitation
to Women.-Women suffering from any
form of female weakness are invited to
promptly communicate with Mrs. Pink-
ham , at Lynn , Mass. All letters are
received , opened , read and answered
by women only. From symptoms given ,
your trouble may be located and the
quickest and surest way of recovery
advised. Out of the vast volume of ex
perience in treating female ills Mrs.
Pinkham probably has the very knowl
edge that will help your case. Surely ,
any woman , rich or poor , is very foolish
if she does not take advantage of this
generous offer of assistance.
If you want to borrow trouble you will
always find people willing to lend it with
out security but it's otherwise with
TWO YEARS OF AGONY.
One Cake of Cuticura Soap and One
of Cuticura Cured Baby's Awful
II11 in or.
"When my sister was eighteen
months old a humor broke out on her
shoulders , extending clear across the
back. For two years it caused her in
tense suffering. It would scab over
and then ciihck open and a watery
matter ooze from it. Then the scabs
would fall off and it would be raw for
a time. We had several different doc
tors and tried everything we could
think of , but without effecting a cure.
Then we got one cake of Cuticura Soap
and one box of Cuticura Ointment ,
which cured her completely and with
out scar or blemish. ( Signed ) Lillie
Chase Walker , 5 Tremont street , Wood-
fords. Me. "
Three thousand marriages are perform
ed every day all over the world.
We are never without a bottle of Piso's
Cure for Consumption in our house.
Mrs. B. M. Swayre , Wakita , Okla. , April
17 , 1901.
Material Lavishly Displayed.
Robert DO you believe that big ears
are a sign of generosity ?
Richard Sure ; the generosity of na
STor Infants and Children.
[ he Kind You Have
TMB OCHTMIK COMMHT. NEW TOMB CITY
The younj ? man sighed heavily. Af
ter a few moments he sighed again ,
but it took a third before his room
mate asked him what the trouble seem
ed to be.
"It don't 'seem to be , ' " said the
young man. "It is. Very much is.
There isn't any blooming mistake
about it. If it wasn't cold weather I'd
go down and look at the lake and try
to imagine how itwould be to jump
in and put an end to it all. "
"I never thought you had any show , "
said his roommate , frankly.
"That's where you had another think
coming , " said the young man. "I had
all the show I needed or I'm away off.
I'm not stuck on myself , but I think I
know the signs. And didn't you see
what I got from her Christmas ? "
"Why don't you use it ? " asked the
roommate. "Or let me. "
"I think I see you butting your
shock head into that cushion , " said the
young man. "If I think it's too good
for me to use I wouldn't be apt to turn
it over to you. She did all that fancy
stitching on it herself , Sam. "
"So you told me thiry times or so. "
"Well , it's all over now , that's all.
I'm not sure but I ougnt to send that
sofa cushion back. "
"Which one was it sent you the sofa
cushion , anyway ? "
"Which one ? The only one. "
"I give it up , " said tne roommate.
"I called last night and everything
was lovely particularly she , " said the
young man. "I had told her that I al-
.ways loved to see her" In white and she
was dressed in white , and one of the
flowers I had sent her the day before
was in her hair. She seemed a little
fluttered and I noticec that her hand
trembled when i took it or I thought
it did. I may have been mistaken , of
course. We talked about the usual
things , though , for some little time un
til along about 9 o'clock. Then I braced
up and went and sat down on the sofa
with her. The way she moved her
skirts to make room ror me was not
"Presently I cleared my throat and
wondered if it had begun to snow
again. She wondered , too , but we did
not get up to see. I thought a little
and then I said : 'In liere , all light
and warmth and happiness. Outside ,
gloom and cold. Soon I will have to
leave all this and wander out into tlae
"She looked at me shyly and sighed
and ( hen smiled a little nervously ,
but kindly. I felt that the psycholog
ical moment had arrived and cleared
my throat again.
" 'It's always like that when I leave
you , ' I said. 'Xo matter how bright
the day may be it seems o-loomy to me
when I am away from ? ou. On the
other hand , when 1 see you the whole
universe seems flooded with sunshine. '
"I took her unresisting hand. 'Ethel , '
I said , 'I wonder if at some time you
wouldn't take pity on a forlorn and '
"She drew her hand away very de
cidedly. 'Mr. Jithrew , ' she said in a
cold , hard voice , 'I believe I would feel
more comfortable if you took that
chair over there. You were talking
just now about its being all light and
warmth. I think the steam has gone
down myself. I'm afraid we wou't get
any more this time of night. '
" 'Well , ' I said , realizing how I'd
queered myself , 'perhaps it's about
time I was saying good-night ? '
" 'Perhaps it is , ' she said , inhospita
bly. So I went. "
"What did you talK so like a blither
ing idiot for ? " asked the roommate.
"Oh , it wasn't that , " explained the
young man. "You see , her name isn't
Ethel. " Chicago Daily News.
"When I was a youngster , " said a
prosperous traveling "man on a west
bound train , "I learned my lessons so
rapidly that the teacher couldn't keep
me busy , so I was generally in mis
chief in the school room. At home I
did not have to study my evening les
sons any time at all ; and , as my pro
pensity for seeing all that was going
on was 'great , I spent too mucft time
on the street. My mother was a wid
ow but she was a wise woman , who
knew that street education does not
make even the best kind of boys into
the best kind of men.
"One day she took me to a bakeshop
and hired me out to the baker to learn
the trade in my idle time , before and
after school hours. I protested , for it
seemed small business to me ; but my
mother was a firm hand and held me
down to her bargain with the baker.
So I learned to cook ; I soon could make
good bread and rolls , first-class cake
and pies of all kinds.
"In a few years I Avas 17 and enlist
ed for service in the Philippines. My
mother did not like the idea much : but
HOOD SCREEN FOR KITCHEN.
It Is Balanced by a Weight Over the
Of course the modern housewife
has no use for a screen cover for ta
bles , as she strikes at the root of the
evil and wages Avar on the housefly so
ruthlessly that Avith the aid of the uni
versal screen she is able to keep her
house practically free from the sum
mer pest. The restaurant-keeper ,
butcher , baker , grocer and other pro-
CANOPY FLY SCREEN.
prietors of public and semi-public
rooms , OAving to the constant traffic ,
Is not so successful in keeping out all
flies , and he is accordingly driven to
protect himself by other means. It is
for just such conditions as these that
the screen cover for tables here illus
trated was intended. The canopy sup
port for the fly screen is counterbal
anced by a weight , through the me
dium of cords and pulleys , operating
in conjunction AVith the central upright
post or support. The collar at the top
of the canopy slides up and down this
support , making the manipulation of
my Aunt Mary said : "Oh , let him go ;
boys want to see the Avorld ; he is a
lucky boy and will come out all right. "
"Well , sir , in thePhilippines my
trade of baker Avas the best friend I
had , and it madb me lots of money , too.
All the soidiertboys were simply crazy
for United States tid-bits and SAveet-
meats ; and I sold easily all the bread ,
pie and cake that I wanted to make.
Apple pie was a great favorite and I
made one can of apples fill three pies
a little one always for myself and
I'm now ashamed to confess that it
generally Avas much thicker than the
other two. But boys will be boys , es
pecially about apple pies. I was the
only boy in our entire company that
could cook and I often blessed the sa
gacity and foresight of my good moth
er in forcing the knoAvledge on me.
"What I learned in the baker's shop
thus helped me to become one of the
most popular boys in the regiment and
Avon me many a privilege and kindly
favor during the campaign. But just
think of giving a boy a domestic cook
ing course as a preliminary to a mili
tary career ! " Chicago Daily News.
the covers convenient and rapid. The I
viands or other articles whoso attraci i
tiveness and salability depend upon i
their protection from the depredation i
of flies , are placed under these covers ,
and the canopy lowered. When an ar- '
ticle is to be removed the canopy is
momentarily lifted , requiring but slight
exertion , and then immediately drop- '
ped Into place. The canopy is divided
into sections to add to the convenience ,
and part of it may be rigidly attached
to the table top. i
The Marriage Knot.
In India only , of all the countries of
the Avorld , is the much-talked-of mar
riage knot ever actualy tied. Amonir
the Brahmins marriage is a matter of
purchase , and the would-be bridegroom
is liable almost till the last moment
to be ousted by a higher bidder ; but ,
if no suitor appears willing to give the
father a more valuable present , he |
leads his daughter to the first to offer
himself , saying :
"I have no longer anything to do
with you ; I give you up to the power
of another. "
Then the bridegroom laces the tali ,
the insignia of marriage , round her
neck , and secures it with a knot. The
tali consists of a piece of ribbon with
a gold bead suspended upon it. Tho ;
knot it is that legally binds the Avife
to her husband and makes the mar-
liage indissoluble , for Brahmins do no ?
Threw the Rider Over.
Head Did you ever go over a fen.-i
when on horseback-riding ?
Greene Oh. ye.s.
"HoAV did you get the horse to jrr
ever ? "
"I must have misunderstood you
The horse did not go over. " Yonkeiv
A married man always has a hard
luck story on tap Avlien his wif asks
him for money.
A VETERAN OF THE BLACK
HAWK , MEXICAN AND
THE CIVIL WARS.
CAPT. W. W. JACKSON.
Sufferings Were Protracted and Severe
Tried Every Known Remedy With
out Relief Serious Stomach Trouble
Cured by Three Jlottles oj Perunal
Capt. W. W. Jackson , 70o G St. , N.
WM Washington , D. C.writes :
"I ani eighty-three years old , a
veteran of the Black Hawk , Mexican
and the Civil Wars. I am by profession
a physician , but abandoned the same.
"Some years ago I was seriously af
fected with catarrh of the stomach.
My sufferings were protracted and
severe. I tried every known remedy
without obtaining relief.
"In desperation I bega the use of
your Peruna. I began to realize im
mediate though gradual Improvement.
"After the use of three bottles every
appearance of my complaint was remov
ed , and I have no hesitation in recom
mending it as an infallible remedy for
that disorder. " W. W. Jackson.
Address Dr. S. B. Hartman. President
of The Hartmau Sanitarium , Colum
bus , Ohio.
MENTION THIS PAPER inzsji witm * * TO
Physicians , nurses , pharmacists
and chemists throughout the world
endorse Cuticura Soap because c ?
its delicate , medicinal , emollient
sanative , and antiseptic propertied
derived from Cuticura , the greati
Skin Cure , united with the purest !
of cleansing ingredients and mostj
refreshing of flower odors. For ]
preserving , purifying , and beautH
fying the skin , as well as for all
the purposes of the toilet and bath , '
Cuticura Soap , assisted by Cuti
cura Ointment , the great Skin
Cure , is priceless. Guaranteed ,
absolutely pure , and may be used1
from the hour of birth.
one t one price namrly , a Medicinal :
and Toilet Soip for ISe. 1'otler lru . . Cheat. Corp. , )
Sole Propn. , K tun. .Milled iret "ilow to Care latf"
Bab ? ' * Skin , Scalp , and Hair. "
S. C. N. U. N'o. 'J5)-
Uniform excellent quality for OVQf a quarter Of a
CGntury lias steadily increased the sales of LION COFFEE/
The Iteader of all package coffees.
is now used in millions of homes. Such
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positive proof that LION COFFEE has the
Confidence of the people.
The uniform quality of LION
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LION COFFEE keeps its old , friends and
makes new ones every day.
I IAN f AFFFF
lilUil lAfJFriJij has even more
than its Strength , Flavor and Qual
ity to commend it. On arrival from
the plantation , it is carefully roast
ed at our factories and securely
packed in 1 Ib. sealed packages ,
and not opened again until needed o , m"
f or use in the home. This precludes
the possibility of adulteration or contact with germs , dirt ,
dust , insects or unclean hands. The absolute purity oS
LION COFFEE is therefore guaranteed to the consumer.
Sold only in 1 Ib. packages. Lion-head on every package
Save these Lion-heads for valuable premiums.
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