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Why a Woman
Ib Abto to tfnfp Slok Womvn
Whan Oootorn Fattm
Wax* crlndly would nvii fly to wo-
mniiH nid di«l they but undcrßtnnd %
wornan'll feelings, trialn, sennihilltles,
and (Mrcullnr cir^nnlo difcturbauccw.
Thus.- tliinjfn nro kiKmn ouly to
women, nnd the aid A man would »»ivs
19 nut nt his «'<iinmaiid. •
To treat a emm properly it Is tweeft-
rnry to liikhv all about it, nnd full
information, many time*, cannot b«
pi ren by a woman to hor family phy»
idcifin. She cannot bring hcr*clf to
ieli everything, ami tho pby&ician Is
Mm. o. h. CaxTrztXm
at a conntant disadvantage. Thin It
why, for the pant twenty-fl?© years,
thoiusandn of women havo been con-
lidiiiK' their troubleH to us. and "our
adricc ha» brought happiness and
health to countless* women In the U.S.
Mrs. Chnppoll, of (Jrnnt Park,' 111.,
whofM 1 portrait wo. publirdi. ndviw^s all
suffering women to urc Lyaia E. I'ink-
ham's Vegctablo Compound, as it
cured her of tntlatrunntiun of theovnries
and womb ; k\w, therefore, *>]»;a!;s from
knowledge, and her experience ouirhi
to gfive others confldcncc. Address Jin.
I'iukhum'f* Laboratory. Lynn, Mass.
On n tVr.
"Doctor." paid tho stingy man. who
wa< trying to sare a fee. meeting; Pr.
Kharre «n the «<tnft. "whnt do you think
of this? Very frequently I wi severe
pains in mv ftt't. Whnt's that a higa
"I rhotild icy that was a .-kn of rniu."
rfplied the iluctor.— ridladclphla Pre^.
This i•■ 0:1 ungrateful uOl 1.1. It not iu>
frequently happens that the man who
laughs iho londcßt nt the mothcrln-lcY
Jokri* nt th« vnui'i-vilh' show i« the njun
who li\«» nt the expense of bis wife'fl
niotber nn«l depeads upon her to >np«'r
rijtf ilia cookinc, perhaps to do It. — Boh
Xv OMml nr»ltlvnf«.
Turning to the plctnrps<qnr iwldcnti lh<*
mnn froai the ««ast. with a praise wot thy
rtpsire to be ploawant, nsked:
"Ilnve you lived hire Idng?"
"Naw!" it piled Lnrint I^tn, rarelefsly
*liiftin!_' till* pun from one hn:id to tho
other. "Nobody Htos bfre Idog."— Chicago
The Ilowton !!<>> »»* Rnnrli.
A wcitern cattle ranch brlonpini: to
the children of shnip Rbxton people ha«
Ikh'u nanird lijr ihem "F«»cuj«." because
k Ih wln-re the sons rai>»e moat.— Boston
Tr::e m«rjin«nt r.:oy be «!istiosr.isl:e»l
from false h> tin* fnrt thni it Iwaoi ivtl«c«
t lon. We can thitik of It with pleu^ur»
nrxt day nnd next wrok.
The r>M«'«i Ptfitnc h thn worhl In of
th'i Khcik of on Egyptian village. It is
Micved to le not hun than 0,000 TOM*
"STRAWS SHOW WHICH WAY
Tho Wind Blows."
And the constantly Increasing demand
for nnd steady growth In popularity
of St. Jarob'B Oil among ull classes
of people In pvory part of the clvtllr«*<l
world, show convhiHlvely what reniody
the people ure for their rheumatism
and bodily nehcß and pains. Facts
epeak louder than words, nnd the fact
remains undisputed that the unto of
at. Jacobs Oil Is greater than all other
ri medics for outward application com
bined. It acts llk«» mngtc, cures whtr*
everything eltie fails, conquers pain.
BUTCHERS ARE IMMUNE.
iltmt flf-nlrr-. It In BalA. !«•*** !>!•
"i f »utrli<r« never ulO of consumption.
The I)Ik man with hN *\vf\v* rolU-d up,
. irlcfdffjg lh^ hitdtfft nt the hUxU, nald
I thi-« tt'i he threw a Ixrcfutcuk on tho
It noundeij more like n Irodo FUp*»rstK
tlntt th.'iti n \':i> t. >#U wi for (i< diligent
I Inquiry liiim !>mii ,\UW to tlliiCOTer It It
It rur. although not goncrnllj known
j ootilfld of the meat chopping craft.
I'uit Ihim ure no longer lived th.in
tn»':> in other walk* of life. Thi'jr arc
lubjpct to all the other Ills thnt liumnu
flenh 1- heir to. (nit consumption they
do n«»t lihvc. So fnr a?» n rcportctT was
aid" to learn not a Mnub' ra«e Ih on
n'f'tmY ot n butcher In Hilh elfy being
ifllteteu with the fncurnhlc wasting of
the lungs whl<-!i claims Its hundred! of
thousands of victims nmiimlly.
T!i" fnrt Is well known otnot'B hutch*
er» and \in» UvqU often the Ruhject of
' tlnMr comment, although none of them
erin clvo n n-upon for It.
"No." *nld n mnn who ton* Bv.-unjr
*]iU** nnd rounds In Washington mar
ket f»,r Hit' ln*t 20 years; "I have had
I rhcutuutlsm and typhoid fever and lot*
j of other thlu^'M, luit not li Ing has ever
Uiffi nut of genr with my luiikh. and
the »?ninc h true of every other butcher
In thl* town. I know nearly nil of
tlictil. nnd 1 never heard of one of them
having consumption. They don't drink
. blor.d or inki* nny especially uood car..
jof tnemselfpfl either. I don't know
• wliy It should he fo unless It's because
I the cohtlnunl Ihluillng of an ntiuos-
I plirre of fresli meat Is strengthening.
' "I have often thought when hearing
of consumptives going to Colorado nnd
I Egypt that I know of n climate nearer
I tiorm* thnt would do the business Just
•H well. If they would stay In this stall
for awhile ntid Rtrlng meat, they would
j tret well quite na quickly as they would
ion fhe top f:f Pike's peak."— New York
I Mail nnd Kiprcaf.
llotT The? On In China.
Id •'.'bina liquids are soul by weight
| and rrain !<;. measure. .John buys
! soup by the pound mid cloth by the
four. A Chinaman never puts bin name
butsfde of his shop, but paints instead
In motto or a list of bis goods on his
i vertical Mjrnbonrd. Some reassuring
iiviunrk Ih frequently added, gucb us
"One word ball." "A child two feet
high- won hi not be cheated." Every
BlUSlc article lias to bo bargained for.
and it i> usual for the customer to
lake his own measure and scales with
! When you engage n servant or make
j a bargain, !t is not considered binding
[until "the fastening penny" has been
paUl. Although his bad faith Is notori
ous In some matters, yet, to do him
Justice, when once this* coin has been
paid t»y you be Chhinman. eooly or
shopman will generally] stick to bis
bargain even If the result to him be
Clenra Are nich«« nnd l.rffa.
"It Is not nlw.Mv* Wrcnuse a ti^nr Is
'badly made that the wrapper curls up
nnd works ufT.*\s:iid a tobacco dealer.
"It Is often because n right handed
aintj is Htuolilng n left hn tided clgur.
Sounds Rtnmgc, hey? Well, n left
'handed cl^ar is one rolled by the mnU
icr's left hand, for ull clgur innkrra
must he ambidexterous. A pUne of
tol»:n<'O. dr i\ wr.ipper Is cut Oil the
I bins and Is rolled from left to right on
i cfic iiner. Tli «• other pltnV. for roauona
of <'couoin.f. Is thru usitl and must If
rolled tlie opposite way by the opera
tor's other liMiul. llenoo :i smoker who
holds his ellrnr In his ri^ht hand Koine*
times In twisting It ntiout nibs th«
wrapper the wronjj way aud unlooseuw
It."- Philadelphia TlnifH.
Tlit* .Murrln«r i'lii'r.
One reiunly ngninxi Indigestion Is
matrimony. At leant The Ijineet l<*||a
v* thai It l<* the celibate .voiing linrrin
ter. the lonely curate 111 lodging*, the
Mrtiu'gllnu' Imcheiur Journalist or Imhl
uetit* itintl or clerk who nuffer* mu*i
from premature dyspepsia luvauve he
IZItH nlotli'. Ill* pliiMtllly rends durlUrf
his iiunls. whlth 1m had. or he rends
dlrwily ht* Una hulled hi* food, which
Ih likewise (mil: Obviously. I hVrVf OIV,
tuntrtmony Ih a bur to luUii;t»»ilou.—
ON A PRAIRIE TELEGRAPH FOLK
fit* r- ■ :"»^ $n] foothill, f.liln «n<J \a±%
Whtf It tltvkl liiMltl ml <?-,
T ■ .. l»r,»t • c U.n.l»« U'tn «•« • *la •<■•,
A r»»#f tut r ;.i i •■• •«
At a t«m itfif*z*A ' '■; 'f •■>••- (t tkrr.b*
V. , •, |hr rIM PflkJ fj'jl :\ «t«iM
kni ifnji Wtt&jjh 1 hid tun an] f»r«
i>i itii.n »«fj «aJ uui
Cf «i'«*:'? &r»<l Ko!d<TJ 'itit,
frcrn • :i I to » -.: - it »-.:.».
Out Ibl li'r I* t«.i« irr ■...:•> |iU«,
A- . Ihfl «'-r. .• v unit »fc ItratSfC
Xo u« Who follow ikj jr'al. «oVJ f.ill
Of (lit niri f. n iKe f;'»:i rs^;'.
- Aril.wr Jtlriniff in AltuJft'l Mlffizlot
DOCTORS AND EDITORS.
riir 3lluh(r mn^r. ii.-c in Thrlr Pro*
fruition* nail I'roCtM,
Th«- •! f't'/r* an- nil tiU win of <>\\r*, ttajt
t!i«r I'.r.-rt M(*Ufcdi .loiitnKl. Wo #»xp"Ct
them to fctfljp \. iiu til until death. Yet «t
the ih« of lacurrinA llu-ir du*plra»ure
we rejiroJuco 1 1;«- following. We? don't
koow nljiH- ft tame fjern nny moro thnn
w«* know v. b«itM» miii vpont the doctor*ji
mcJlclno ironies frcni. We bad It In ■
pui>?r ereOiied t<i "II.':." It we knen" thr
author. »ye would !Iy his name
b«'cau««.' tLc ortbl? I.h really good. Here
"Tho f'oclor from Aljrcna sold that
aoti'fipnnt-rii n;e run for revenue oaly.
Wl'ni in t!i!;n-!cr *'o doctors run for, aoj
xMty'i l)«i tbojr run for glory 7 One jrood,
livnltliy doctOr'H 1 ill wouM rua thiu of
fice for *ix mouths.
* An fciltor vorka a half «'ay for ?3,
nit.'i an hi *•««•«■ : nutn t of $.'i,OCK); a doctor
look* «i«u» find «or!;s ten minutes for
$!*)*), with an investment of 3 cents for
catnip and a fill box that cost $1.37.
"A doctor goea to college for two or
three years and gets a diploma and a
string of words satan himself cannot
pronounce, cultivates a look of jn"avity
that he palms off for wisdom, gets a box
of pills, a coyasc nad a meat Faw and
Btk-kft his shiuglc out, a full fiedged doc*
tor. He will thon doctor you until yoa
die at a stipulated price per visit ani
puts them in .14 thick as your pocket*
book will permit.
"An «-<litor never gets his education fia
isliVd. Up lc;irn» as bns an be liros and
irt tidies all I:i-< life. He eats bran tnasb
nu«l liver; he takes his pay in turnips and
hay and keeps the doctor in town by re
fralniug from nrintins the truth about
"We would like to live ij Al^ona aad
run a newspaper six months a::<l see if
the ilottor would change his mind about
ritnoiai; a neirspaper for reveuoe only.
**If «c «iiln*t pot some glory out of it,
we would ajrrce to take one of his pilU—
after first paying our prayers. If the
editor makes a mistake, he has to apolo
gize f<>r it. but if the doctor makes a
mistul.e lie hnries it.
"If we make 0:10. there ta a lawsuit,
t.t!l Bvrcaiiag and a smell of sulphur, but
if the «io<-?or t::::!»e* one there is a fu
t:.-rr.l. cnt J'cv.rrs hdd a suioli of varnish.
T\:o -!(jft«»r rcn use a word a foot Ion?,
but if the nh tor nsrs it lie hns to spell iL
Any uietMcal eoltyse can make a doctor.
V*>:i taut i:-al.i- c:i e<litor. lie has to
b<* born c^e.
"T!»i« eilitor worits to I:eop from starv
ing, whilo the «!crtcr works to ward off
the gout. The e<!i:or helps men to live
b< fter, an 1 l!:e uootor assists t!:eni to die
oa <*y .
**Th- doctor pulls a sk-k man's leg.
The etlitcr i< p'.uil if he can rolled hii
bill* nt nil. r*eveaue naly? \V6 are liv*
\ua for fuu a*i ! •(» itplte the ductors."
The lloni*- of Krliorn.
Many valleys deftrrlbt>d Id gulde
books as "whispering valleys" nro fa
vorite resorts for tourism In nil parts
of tin* world. lew. however, exceed lv '
wonder n valley at S'.ntistleM In Ks
box. ICiiu'l.uhl The rwior of iljls par- j
i.sl» lv Rlyju^ :i cartful acrouot of his
own e.\pi>iliii(-«-s states thai tils tiouse
Btahda on a hill -*sS fevt nl»ove sea
level, rising In re:ir to IMK) feet, while
in front the crnttnil sUhms away to a
Ktrvnm ltx» f»n i Ih>low and ajjalo rises
ISO feet on | In* opposite sl«1e. I'rom
the rectory tl»* in'\\* of 14 er 1"» vll
lajri's may In* dl»tlugill)ilied, while
OCros* the valley fotitstepH mid voire*
In conversational tone may be beard
at half a ml!t*.
Mceks-.My \vil« prefer* eoflV* for
livnkfnst and I prefer t«:i
WeeUK-Thru I |(U|i|iui>i< you ba\>
M»'«'l;s-U!i. l)ti We »*Otl»pruUlj*«\
•"i..nt» n very disreputable nrlgh*
borho&d.'lt nlwny» h,t» bwn and al
wnyi will M. M
"Ob! I think youro rnhtakm about
"So. I nlnt f know, Ixr.iuso I unod
fo Hvo thorc my»el ."— Fhllndrdphin
Brooklyn, N. V., Oct. li.— Tho valuo
of r;;irfl'l'l Tra, tho horh ci\t(*. In hiir
irrßtr.'d by thrHo fartn: It la n npo
rlflo for nil disranefi of tho llv^r. klrl
nfyn. wtomarh and bowrin; it piirifloa
the blood and lay* tho foundation for
Tempi. HK f'nfr.
"No, t!:r:n!:M. ff ir.ll the >..i>\ fared man
when be v»:i:i OS*ct] to Jo'.p a convlvr.l
party. "The f.:rt Is, I don't drink.
I'or.r.J I eoultlu t r.f.*or;l It, 30 I iwofdi
off. A number tf ; ::zr.i k-o I lived In
tho west. I v.r.a dolns %vi IL and I bad
a bank r.ccncnt V.u.t I v:nn proml of.
Scc!:!^ n c'..r.::cc t3 Cc.'.ihlv t:iy money, 1
decided to tlrnvv it cuf. T.it? day was a
warm cue. r.wl, brcbciiiig thirsty, I
Btoppcci to t::ke a c!sss of something
cool. I didn't vjitte more than .five
minutes r.::d was r.cort In line ot the
paying teller's window. The pari7
aboad of iv? received L!s money, and I
was BhoUu;: uy cLocU through the
wlndotv v/hca ILe teller pcllcd it down
and announced tLat the back l:as »;us
pended payment. I Lellcve tlrat the
receiver declared a dividend a year or
so later, but the amount v.*a3 ko «mall
that I never Lettered to <xilcct mine.
It v/ns a pretty expensive drink for
"Do I understand, rab," said a Ken
tackbn v.-l:o \vr..i present, "that you
took that dr'.iil; alone?*'
"It was the Judgment of beaven,
wilj," romr.rlied tie Kentucklan sol
ecinly.—Detroit Free Press.
THIS AND NERVOUS
HOW A ST. PAUL WOMAN SUF-
FERED AWFUL TORTURES.
She was Afflicted with Rheumatism
and Indigestion — Now She Gladly
Tells Omcrs How She Was
Frnm The IHonar I'rent, St, Puat, Minn.
Anyone who has suffered from ei-
ther rheumatism or indigestion can
appreciate the condition of a frail
woman whose body was racked by the
agonies caused by a complication of
the diseases. Such was the experience
of Mrs. J. T. Sloggy. of 107 East Jas-
saminc- street, St. Paul, Minn. Hap-
pily she found relief by taking the
ac'vice of a friend and now, moved
by gratitude for her delivery, she tells
others how she was cured. To a re-
porter she said:
"During the winter season of 1898 I
suffered very much with rheumatism,
leing confined to my bed some of the
time under a physician's care and un-
able to do any work. I was also
troubled with indigestion. When spring
came I was thin and nervous, had a
poor appetite and was broken down In
health generally. That summer I made
a visit to Wisconsin and while there
met an old friend, Mrs. Ira Wilbur,
of Big Springs. She said she had
been a great sufferer from iadlgestion
and had been completely cured by Dr.
William's Pink Pills for Pale People.
I knew her word could be relied on
so I got a box of the pills and com-
menced taking them. I felt benefttted
in a few days but continued to take
them for about five months.
"That winter I had no return of the
rheumatism, my appetite Improved and
I gained in ilesh and strength. My cure
was permanent and I have not taken
any of the pills since.
"I have told many how the pills
helped me and I sincerely hope that
others suffering In the same way may
b*> induced to try Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills for Pale People."
This statement was sworn to by Mrs.
Sloggy before 0. K. Sampson, a no-
tary public, at St. Paul. Dr. Williams'
Fink IMIla for Fnle People will not
only cure rheumatism and indigestion
but are also an unfailing specific for
Biich diseases as locomotor atuxia,
partial paralysis, St. Vltus' dance,
sciatica, neuralgia, nervous headache,
the after-effects of the grip, palpitation
of the heart, pale and sallow complex-
ions, and all forms of weakness. At
all dealers or direct from Dr. Williams
Medlclpe Co.. Schcnectady, N. V.. fifty
cents per box; six boxes, two dollars
and fifty cents.