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" Dear Mrs. Ptnkham : It is -with thankfulness I write that fcydla E. Pinkbam'g Vegetable Compound has been of the greatest help to me. My work keeps me standing on my feet all day and the hours are long. Some months ago it didn't seem as though I could stand it. I would get so dreadfully tired and my back ached so I wanted to scream with the pain. When I got home at night I was so worn out I had to go right to bed, and I was terribly blue and downhearted. I was irregu lar and the flow was scanty, and I was pale and had no appetite. I told a girl friend who was taking your medicine how I felt, and she said I ought to take it too. So I got a bottle of Lydia E. IMiikliam's Vege table Compound and commenced to take it. It helped me right off. After the first few doses menstruation started and was fuller than for some time. It seemed to lift a load off me. My back stopped aching and I felt brighter than I had for months. I took three bottles in all. !Now I never have an ache or pain, and I go out after work and have a good time. I am regular and strong and am thankful to you for the change. " I recommend Lyrtia E. Pinkham'g Vegetable Comoonnd when. ever I hear of a girl suffering, for I know how hard it is to work when" you teel so sick." Miss Mamie Jyeirns, 553 9th Ave., New York City. Women should not fail to profit by the experiences of these women; just as surely as they were cured of the troubles enu merated in their letters, just so certainly will Lydia E. 1'inkham's Vegetable Compound cure others who suffer from womb trou bles, inflammation of the ovaries, kidney troubles, irregular and painful menstruation, nervous excitability, and nervous prostra tion; remember that it is Lydia E. Pinkhani's Vegetable Com pound that is curing women, and don't allow any druggist to sell you anything else in its place. " Miss Amanda T. Petterson, Box 131, Atwater, Minn., says: ,' "Dear Mrs. Pixkham. I hone that vou will publish this testimonial so that it may reach others and let them know about your wonuerrm meaicine. " Before taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I was troubled with the worst kind of fainting spells. The blood would rush to my head, was very nervous and always felt tired, had dark circles around eyes. "I have now taken several bottles of Xiydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable Com pound and am entirely cured. I had taken doctor's medicine for many years but it did I me no good. " Please accept mVthanks for this most excellent medicine which is able to restore health to suffering women." Xo other female medicine in the world has received such widespread and unqualified endorsement. Ho other medicine has such a record of cures of female troubles. Those women wbo refuse to accept anything else are re warded a hundred thousand times, for they get what they want a cure. Sold by Druggists everywhere. Refuse all substitutes. 01" AHA FORFEIT if cannot forthwith produce the original letters and Hi gnat urea of 1 1 II II I fcbore testimonials, which will prove their absolute genuineness. WW WWW Ljrdw . Hnkasin Medicius Oh, Ljnui, Han. 5 t Better keep on the safe side. Don't use a. liniment you're not sure abotxt. If yon have an Injury, an Ache a serious Cat or Braise, Lumbago, Neuralgia, or anything that is curable by a, liniment, better get MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT. It cured aches and injuries of Alan and Beast before many of 3 on . were born. It was found to be reliable by your sires and grandsires; it will be found so by you. FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS New Rival" "Leader" "Repeater" IF you are looking for reliable - shotgun am munition, the Kind that shoots where you point your eun. buv Winchester Factory Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival," loaded with Black, powder; "Leader" and "Repeater," loaded with Smokeless. Insist upon having Winchester Factory Loaded Shells, and accept no others. ALU DEALERS KEEP THEM niHUARY BUYING trade tiu wy gt There la no time like J arms r for atisfaetory bovine. The holiday rash is over and Ute early Sprier 1 not yet be ran. In January too al- ZT- . . VL "c 01 ait mo earliest Spring uw .iirw is smpie time to fill and amp your orders with, greater promptness. Send 15 cents TODAY for our large General Catalogue o. 71. It eivee pictures, descrip tions and prices on almost everything Ton eat. wear or use. Save to H on everything; yon purchase by sending tout orders so K3XTG3"ERY WARD & CO. ssiinnnnnv&nnnnsnMe The CUD Of Jov Sometimes Vina a fuloA bottom. mnuiirin, iiiilj.ptll-cllrMWpd mi ...u Virtue is it own- reward and it's pretty lonesome .at that Much Leather Worn Out. It is calculated that every day near ly 2.500 pounds ot shoe leather la worn from the soles of London's foot Pretty Near Perpetual Motion. Herr Noll of Berlenaen. In Ger many, has made a clock warranted to go 9,000 years without winding. Vaccination for Distemper. Vaccination against distemper Is to be tried in the case of a pack of hounds tn North Wales. insist on Grrrme ix. . . Bonn grocers Ka3r they don't keep De fiance Starch because they have a stock "n hand of 12 os. brands, which they know cannot be sold to a customer who 4ias once used the IS oa pkav Ienance Starch for same money. Economy begins at home mora eftenJ J than does charity. ..;.;j A3 A LCA . Americana Backward in Many of the Best Winter Sports. It Is mistake to suppose that ski ing can be enjoyed only by oar Cana dian frJeids, Bays Country Ufa In Am erica. Every one who lives in a till country where there Is any snow all should try this exciting pastime. A pair of skis and a pole cost about a dollar and a half. The runners are usually about six or seven feet long, about four Inches wide, and the pole may be ten or twelve feet in length. On account of the small expense and Informal nature of the sport, skiing is Just the thing for those parts of the United States where the winter Is es sentially a changeable season. Some sports may. demand a steady winter; skiing does not. In certain parts of the United States skiing has already "caught on." For example, a good many of the Cornell students r carry their ski is to the class room and slide home on them. In the mining camps of the upper Michigan the Swedes and Norwegians come flying down' their race courses, shoot off a sort of spring board, rise to a thrilling height and achieve an astonishing leap before they tumble into the - waiting snow Dana. jui tne SKI is a good thing for every day use and fun. One can pole along on the level fairly well in al most any kind of deDth of enow, and onra crust skis are quicker than snow shoes. , Skis cost less than a pair of good 'skates or a good bob sled, and they furnish a novel method of sliding uown .niu. it is easy to learn. Two or three tumbles to the business. If you get one foot well . ahead of the other you are certainlv a "e-nner " Th man who leans back is likely to have a laugnaDie "mix-up. It is best to stand erect or crouch forward so as to brace oneself. - The pole is trailed behind and used to steer hv ' The people of the United States are provincial in the matter of Vinter sports. We have been missing "a lot or run, and it is high time that we took to skiing. - LEOPOLD A DEMOCRATIC KING One Redeeming Trait Credited to Bel gian Monarch. The "World's Work" for December tells this story of King Leopold and Clement A. Griscom : "Not many years ago King Leopold of Belguim was one day holding court in Brussels. Among those waiting to bo presented were Clement Acton Griscom and A5rs. Grisocm and the United States Minister to Belgium Mrs. Griscom had never . . met the Queen. The Minister, recently ap pointed, had just arrived in Brussels. and stood directly in front. of the Gris- corns. When ho was presented the King greeted him in his hearty way, welcomed him to Belgium, and then. suddenly breaking off, said: " 'By the way, have you ever met Griscom, Clement- A. Griscom? No? Well, you should; he is a rare good fellow and a great friend of mine,' and the King went on with as sincere and honest a eulogy as ever man ut tered. He had not noticed Mr. Gris com. All at once he caught sight of him. - " 'Why, heJo Griscom! he cried, Ms face beaming with pleasure, "what are you doing here?' And he shook his hand, an act quite beyond the pale of court etiquette." Bowed to the Badge. A young man just out of the High school and now engaged in business In Manhattan boarded a Halsey street car at the Manhattan end of the Brooklyn bridge one evening recently after rush hours, when the car was not crowded. A pin, the insignia of membership in his High school frater nity, sparkled on his waistcoat. He walked half the length oi his car to get a seat. Two Chinese laundry men, on seeing the .fraternity pin, left their seats, bowed almost to, the ground before the chesty young man, to the astonishment of the passengers, and then reverently turning their eyes the other way grasped convenient straps. The ex-High school boy was unused to such homage and didn't know what to make of it. Finally he thought of his pin, and said to the Mongolians, "That's , all right, my friends. We're not in China now." But the' Chinese refused to sit down while he was In the car. Brooklyn Times. t "'" License for Lawyers. There seems to be a wide diver gence of opinion among attorneys themselves as to the legality of the proposed ordinance comDelline law yers to take out licenses in order to practice In the city or Chicago. Alder man . Sloan recently suggested such a plan In the city council, and it re ceived some attention at that time. Some lawyers are of the opinion that the tax could not be legally collected. and that the city has. no power what ever to exact this of attorneys. Oth ers maintain that the city has the right to efact licenses of attorneys as It would of brokers, real estate men, butchers, and merchants tn general. . English Sense of Humor. At a boarding house In New Khf- land one day the waiter asked one of the guests, an Englishman, what he would have for dessert, namin? ttt-r kinds of pie, namely pumpkin, apple. lemon, mince, custard and sqr-ash. The Englishman answered that he would try some pumpkin, lemon, mince, cus tard and squash; wherefore the waiter asked. "What's the matter with the apple pie?" . All at the table lane-hed. In which the Englishman Joined but after dinner he asked one of the guests, "What was the matter with the appie pier . i -, -. r .... ,. Melton Prior, . who will represent the Illustrated London News as spe cial artist at the coronation durbar tn India,- bas been through twenty-one military campaigns for that publica tion, beginning with the Ashantee war of 1873 and ending with the re rent campaign In South Africa. He was- in Ijtdysmitb during the siege or that place. For Monument to Gen. Stuart. The committee of the J. E. B. Stuart Monument association has decided that the monument to tbo confederate general shall be an equestrian one of bronze on a granite base. The monu ment is to be set up In Richmond. Va, and the association still lacks S 12.000 of the amount desired for the purpose. Cen. Fitzbugh- Lee Is president or the association. Culture In Gotham. , William C Whitney ventures his reputation for truthfulness and com mon sense on the statement that "the horse show has come to be the great est feature of New York life." Which the same appears to' be just a trifle rough on average New York life. Was the. Chief Entertainer. "Dragg was telling me at the po litical mass meeting last night that his grandfather died very suddenly on the platform at a great public gathering." "Did he have the nerve to 'tell yott that?" "Yes; wasn't it true?" "Oh, yes; executions, I believe, were public In those days when his grandfather died." Would Please Napoleon. Napoleon, if he were alive, would be gratified to learn that the population of France, which, decreased 25,988 in 1900, increased 72,398 in 1901, and all the more so because the increase last year was due more to an increase In the number of births than to a lower ing of the death rate. A Jewel of a Servant. When the hired girl who set ths plates for a little dinner in Lawrence, Kan., read in the local papers that "covers were laid" for fifteen guests, she entered an indignant denial, say ing that only two of the whole party got so bad that they had to go to bed. That servant is a jewel.. Telling Wind-Up. After wheezing along- for forty minutes the other night an orator in Brooklyn, N. Y. made this telling fin ish to his address: "And now, ladies and gentlemen. I thank you hearUly for the kindness you have shown me and hope we may meet on some pre vious occasion." L- " J ssa.w.n Commends Peruna to All Catarrh Suf f erer& Hon. Louis E. Johnson is the son of the late Reverdy Johnson who was United! States Senator from Maryland, also Attorney General under President Johnson, and United States Minister to England, and who was regarded as the greatest constitutional lawyer that ever lived. . iuw i . oiioti, . -t . v., i . juuosua says; 'No one should longer suffer from catarrh when Peruna is ac cessible. To my knowledge it has caused relief to so many of my friends and acquaintances, that It is humanity to commend its use to all persons suffering with this distressing disorder of the human system." Louis B. Johnson. Catarrh Poisons. Catarrh is capable of changing all the lite-giving secretions of the body into scalding fluids, which destroy and inflame every part they come in contact with. Ap plications to the places affected by catarrh can do little good save to soothe or quiet disagreeable symptoms. Hence it is that gargles, sprays, atomizers and inhalants only serve as temporary relief. So long as the irritating secretions of catarrh continue to be formed so long will the membranes continue to be' inflamed, .no matter what treatment is used. - - There is but one remedy that, has the desirable eSect, and that remedy is Peruna. This remedy strikes at once t the roots of catarrh by restoring to the capillary vessels their healthy elasticity. Peruna is not a temporary palliative, but a radical cure. Send for Dr. Hartman's latest book, sent free for a short time. Address The Peruna Drug Manufacturing Co., Co lumbus, Ohio. If you do not derive prompt and satis' factory results from the use of Peruna, write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full state ment of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman, President of Th0 Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio. , jsfeflpwOTM-r .-,. ,,....,TS THE CHILDREN ENJOY Life out of doors and out of the games which they play and the enjoy ment which they receive and the efforts which they make, comes the greater part of that healthful development which is so essential to their happiness when grown.- When a laxative is needed the remedy, which is given to them to cleanse and sweeten and strengthen the internal organs on which it acts, should be such as physicians would sanction, because its . component parts are known to be wholesome and the remedy itself free from every objectionable quality. The one remedy which physicians and, parents, well-informed, approve and recommend and which the little ones enjoy, because of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its beneficial effects, is Syrup of Figs and for the same reason it is the only laxative which should be used by fathers and mothers. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy which acts- gently, pleasantly and natnrally without griping, irritating, or nauseating and which cleanses the system effectually, without producing that constipated habit which results from the use of the old-time cathartics and modern imitations, and against which the children should be so carefully guarded. If yon would have them grow to manhood and womanhood, strong, healthy and happy, do not give them medicines, when medicines are not needed, and when nature needs assistance in the way of a laxative, give them only the simple, pleasant and gentle Syrup of Figs. Its quality is due not only to the excellence of the combination, of the laxative principles of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups and juices, but also to our original method of manufacture and as you value the health of the little ones, do not accept any of the substitutes which unscrupulous deal ers sometimes offer to increase their profits. The genuine article may be ' bought anywhere of all reliable druggists at fifty cents per bottle. Please to remember, the full name of -the' Company CAL.IFQRNIA FIG SYR. VP CO. is printed on the front of every' pack age. In order to get its beneficial effects it is al ways necessary to buy the genuine only. . A TVs 1W JL The older a man becomes, the harder people - jump him. Try me just once and I am sure to come again. Defiance Starch. , : It's the other fellow's money that is the root of all evil. XV IOII USK BlIX BL0K, Get Red Cross Ball Blue, the best Ball Blue. Large 8 os. package only & cents. a miser Money ceases to talk after gets a strangle hold os it. Stops Uie Omga and Works Oft the Cold Tiavattve Brano Quinine 'Jat&ete. Price 25o. There Is nothing like-politics to un mask a man's egotism. nr EELEY INSTITUTE 716 West Tenth Street.. . Kan City. Mo. Alcohol and Drug1 Addictions Cured by ft seientlfle eoarse of medication. Tbe only plmem lm S&.U1KU City or tributary territorr where Uam Geoulflk la.ee ley &emeliee are -vcmlniBtered. 0HJC30C excels in Corn. Uotton and Wheat. Ideal place to Uva SOO FARMS FOR 8ALU. Bargains in city property, bringing large rents. Your money loaned at6tongUS edge real estate. No ftafer JPlac to Invest. SE'1 FOR CATALOCUK, co.. crx. nmNo,' Oklahoma rmtt. 3J! Wsskly. Salerauui. city or country. Experience . nmeeeNKT. Inexpensive outfit Elegant prem ium secures orders. Hnllsns Oisr Us., St. Leoi,ato J, . wlilJWlslB)EWs,D.C; I Suooessful I y Prosecutes Claims. I4tte PrtnctpaJ KOmliur U.S. Pension Bureau, HEW PENSION LAWS SENT FREE sVpply to XATHAM H1CKFORD. 01 JT St.. nDnDCtV MEW DISCOVERY: gives LrCvasVrs9 qnlckrelief end cares wont cse. Bookof tentimcmlAlftiuid 10DAYS' treatment razz. ni.BuaIe&&&u a son a. Box a, Ati.sts.ea W. N. U, KANSAS CITY, NO. 52, 1902 l-.lUf-X MrtfKC All USS -Hi . Best Conzh Syrup. Tastes Gc-xi.