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TOPEKA STATE JOURNAL, SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 13. 1900.
'n rs . . s i 1- Mill A Noted Boston Woman Describes its Symptoms and Terrors. Two Severe Cases Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. III il Ml. I' ' I, ' 1,? f( i ' l l Mi , Fr -rSSf cf -i l l' il mi Y-a 1 ' 1 ill -il ! I ! M.v U 1 1 1 ' h"iNa r i,i . I i nu n. '.i i li 'lit' Ut ! il 'III' I I 'l.tlr? ""-n. jr j' M Mil i I1 I I 111 IJ Ml I .. -V.. Jf-': I ' In 1 II, i i. a i j ii ,, ll'uii, II I' II I ' V "I l? il l' ll'l !l I1 !,'" H'tl I 1 " 4 I ,1! mUM f f,t hi , T.iM' f v i ,! r 'Ii .'7- - ' 'US I r -'"ijvjiiiHiiiiii:i"i y v f i i 4 V a J m r i i'ii i i i fn I t j SV If 1 -, gtiiH i 'i "' - ni-iffir1" -L'iiJt mh It inf it a "Si"-Vln iii iifi.fiiini'')ii-- -i mrfa I am so nervous ! no one ever suffered as I do ! There isn't a well incli in my body. I honestly believe my lungs are diseased, my chest pains me so, but I have no cough. I am so weak at my stomach, and have indigestion terribly, and palpitation of the heart ; am losing flesh ; and this headache and backache nearly kills me, and yesterday I had hysterics. " There is a weight in the lower part of my bowels, bearing down all the time, with pains in my groins and thighs I can't sleep, walk, or sit, and blue oh goodness J I am simply the most miserable of women." This is a most vivid description of a woman suffering with nervous prostration, caused by inflammation or some other diseased condition of the womb. No woman should allow herself to reach such a perfection of misery when there is no need of it. Read about Miss Williamson's case and how she was cured. Two Dad Cases of Nervous Prostration Curotf "Dear Mrs. Pixkham ; I was suffering such tortures from nervous prostration that life was a burden. I could not sleep at all, and was too weak to walk across the floor. My heart was affected so that often I could not lie down at all without almost suffocating. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and it worked like magic. I feel that your medicine has been of in estimable benefit to me." Mies Adele Williamson, 196 N. Bouleard, Atlanta. Ga. 850001 "I had nervous prostration terribly, caused by female weakness. I suffered every thing; was unable to eat, sleep, or work. After a while I was induced to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, and I really began to improve on taking the first bottle. I continued to take the medicine, and am now better in every way, and feel like a different person. I am simply a well woman." Mbs. Deixa Kkimcb, MarienviHe. Ta. REWARD. We have deposited with the National ClfTBank of 1rcin. S5000. rhicb Will be paid to any person who can find that the above testimonial letter are not genuine, or were published before obtaining the writer's special pex- L.Y.LUA IL. i LN KHAM MEDICINE CO. New Location. A. J. KING PIANO CO., 832 Kansas Ave. Special Offer - - Kew Piano Stool and Cover, made of the very best material, warranted for five years. NO interest charged on notes. NO mortgages taken on pianos. Giving us your confidence to se lect a good Piano, we confide to you to pay for same. Bradbury and Sohmer Pianos. A.J.KING PIANO CO. Leaders of low prices for Good Instruments. BAND CONCERT TICKETS. Season's Membership Will Be Sold For $5 Each. A citizens' complimentary concert will be given for the benefit of Marshall's band in the Auditorium on Tuesday evening, October 23. On this occasion the band will appear for the first time in their new uniforms. There is a bal ance to raise for paying- for them, and a generous patronage la expected to liquidate it and put something in the contingent fund. The band will be assisted in the con cert by Mrs. Violet Butler McCoy and the Ad Aspera male quartette, the latter being composed of Messrs. H. L. Shirer, William Shaver, James Moore and David Bowie. The concert will be under the auspices of the whole population of Topeka. Membership tickets will be for sale at each, which will entitle the holder to admission to all conrerts given by the band for the year. The giving of Sun day afternoon concerts in the Audito rium during the winter is being given serious consideration. Concert tickets on sale at Rowley & Snow's and L. S. Woolverton's drug stores. Admission, 25 cents. HIGHTERCASE DISMISSED. City Physician Will Not Prosecute For Failure to Report Smallpox. The case of the City vs. Dr. W H Righter. who was charged with violat ing a city ordinance by failing to report a case- of smallpox to the city physician was dismissed in the police court Fri day. The case was brought by City Physi cian Hogeboom. and th" case that "he charged Dr. Riehter with failing to re port was that of Mrs. Kitzgibbons. at 130 Topeka avenue. Dr. Hotrebooom decicleJ that there were extenuating circum stances in the case and consented to a dismissal. ' Geo. JEerritt Returns. New Torfc. Oct- 13- Major General Wesier Mo-ritt. U. S. A., and iTr iltr ritt rffvrsl !r?r toiay ir-jm a pcotraxa.- Connaughts Start For Germany. London, Oct. 13 The duke and duchess of Connaught started unexpectedly for Karonsberg, Prussia, this morning. The secrecy of their movements leads to the belief that the condition of the Dowager Kmpress Frederick of Germany is more serious than has been admitted. IN CD THE FOOD DRINK Grain-O is not a stimu lant, like coffee. It is a tonic and its effects are permanent. A successful substitute for coffee, because it has the coffee flavor that al most everybody likes. Lots of coffee substi tutes in the market, but only one food drink Grain-O. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Continued from page S.l A "cider party" was the unique affair given Friday evening by Colonel and Mrfc. George Veale, complimentary to Mra. C. R. Hudson and Misfl Louise Wil lis, ot the City of Mexico, and Miss Jeseia Barnes, of Leavenworth. The house presented a gala appearance from the outside, as the porch was lighted with a row of grinning jack-o'lanterns, made of immense pumpkins. Jack o lanterns Were also used in prolusion through the rooms. There were" three distinct ages of so ciety represented there, which tended to make the affair as jolly and informal as one could desire. There was the mar ried crowd, the older unmarried Society folk and the still younger friends of Miss Willis There were games of all kinds and card tables for those who preferred that diversion. There Were two feats for which pfi&es Were offered. First, to the couple who peeled apples Without breaking the peel and throwing the peeling over one shoulder formed the most perfect let ter. The prizes, a bag of apples and a bottle of cider, were awarded t Mrs. Margaret Wiggin artd Mr. John Waters. Then an apple was suspended by a string in the doorway, and Mr. B. T. Lewis Won the prize for taking the larg est bite. On the dining table was a huge pump kin which served oa a punch bowl, and around this were small jack-o'lanterns. The refreshments were served on old fashioned yellow china; the cider was passed in Btone pitchers, the cakes were on quaint plates, and a huge bowl held the doughnuts. Rosy-cheeked apples surrounded with their own leaves were arranged in pretty baskets. Besides the guests of honor those pres ent from out of towti were Mrs. Herbert Boal of Citronelle, Ala., and Miss Jennie Wilson, of Valencia. Miss White's Party. Miss Emma White Was the hostess at a very pleasant progressive sixty-three party Friday evening, which she gave in honor of Miss Mae Davis and Mr. T. t. Kennedy, whose marriage takes place the last of October. Miss Davis was the fortunate one in winning the ladies' prize, a copy of Ben King's verse. Mr. Kennedy, Mr. Horace Marferran, Mr. Frank Davis and Dr. George Esteiiy tied for the meh's prize, and Mr. Davis cutting the highest card was given a pretty deck of violet cards. The Invited guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis, Dr. and Mrs. George Es- terly. Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Patten, Mrs. Charles Haines of Babetha, Miss Mae Davis, Miss Mary Thompson, Miss Ollie O'Brien. Miss Helen Moon, Miss Georgiana Wassoh, Miss Virgie Mulvane, Miss Edith Davis, Miss Ts'elle Clough, Miss Lizzie Davis, Miss Kate Clough, Miss Minnie Carr, Miss Arlie Ewart, Miss Nannie Hopkins, Miss Grace McGrew, Miss Sue Sharitt, Mrs. E. L. Herman. Mr. Will Alex ander, Mr. Ben Akei'S, Mr. Louis Balnter, Mr. Clarence Naylor. Mr. Horace Mac ferran, Mr, Dick Alden, Mr. Cephas Wihgett. Mr. Bert Hickerson, Mr. A. J. Stout, Mr. Fj. H. Heacock. Mr. Kalpn Peterson. Mr. Roland Mfdlicott, Mr. Frank Thompson, Dr. W. F. Bowen, Mr. Lem White. For Miss Wilson, Miss Arlie Ewart entertained Friday afternoon at her home on Van Buren street in honor of Miss Mabel Wilson There Were six tables of guests, and the time was spent very pleasantly In play ing progressive high-five. The score oh nls were heart shaped. Miss Wilson, Mrs. W. N. West and Miss Hila Hinck ley cut for the prise, and Miss Hinckley was the luokv one. An enjoyable feature of the afternoon was a reading by Miss Lila Minchean of Boston. Miss Minchean is a graduate of the Boston Conservatory, and is In Toneka to suehd the winter With Mrs. Alhert Parker. The rooms were simply decorated with cut flowers, and at the close of the games refreshments were ctf.1 veil. The out-of-town guests were Mrs, Brasrtreotti. Miss Butlin. Mrs. Solomon Stoddard, Mrs. Charles Haines and Miss Minchean. L. M. C. Announcement CarLoad 4 , 4 ell 4 4s 4 4 !. 4 4 4, ii rom Beds HE ONES WE HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR the past six weeks came Wednesday, and are on our floors for your inspection. As an apology for their lateness in arriving, we will, beginning t Monday Morning, put them on sale at AW op 4 4 4 OP Better see 'em We have 'em in all colors. Price them all over the city, then come in and price ours. A great big assortment of all kinds of the Best Furniture in the City, at the Very Lowest Prices. All women desiring to renew their as sociate membership in the Ladies' Music club for the coming year, are requested to call at Roehr's music store Monday, Tuesdav or Wednesday, the 15th, 16th and 17th of this month, where the mem bership cards may be obtained. The price of the course is one dollar and con sise of four recitals by the Ladies' Music club and one artist recital. Oth ers who have not been associate mem bers and wish to become so may procure cards by calling at the above place on the dates named. Boyie-Crumm. Dr. J. M. Boyle, of Louisburg. Kan., nnrl Miss Alice Crumm. were united in marriage by Rev. Dr. George, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs J M. Crumm. 1617 Pennsylvania av enu Kansas City. Mo., at 8:30 o'clock Tuesday evening. October 9. 1WK). Miss Crumm has resided east of this city on Seward avenue until a short time ago, when she moved to Kansas City with her parents. After the ceremony.supper was served to the jruests. Many handsome presents vvere received from the friends. Dr. and Mrs. Boyle will be at home to their friends at Louisburg, Kan., after Octo ber 20. The guests were Mr. ana Mrs. J. M. Crumm. Ervie and Bert Crumm, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shatter, Miss Ruth Shatter, Mr. D. C. Kist, Mr. Joe Kist, Miss Freda Kist. Miss M. Daniel. Miss S Roth. Misses Lena and Freda Rader of Kansas City, Mo.; Mr. Edward Crumm. Topeka; Mrs. G. A. Boyle and Miss Clara Boyle, Loulsburg.Kan. ; Miss Lizait? Boyle, Panla, Kan.; Mr. Ray Aid rich. Gallup, N. M. : Miss Lillian Suandt, Lexington, Mo.; Leo. O. Paddack and Miss Amada Jones, Topeka. Koies and Personal Mention. Mrs. E. C. Nettles, of Chicago, is ex pected Monday to visit relatives and friends. Miss Jessie Barnes, who is the guest of Mrs. George W. Veale, Will return to her home in Leavenworth Monday. Dr. Charles Calm, of San Francisco, has been spending a few days ih the citv with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cust. I The Felicity Card club will meet TUes- ' 4. 4 4 4 4 4, 4 eii( 4 4, 4 4 4 4-s 4 4 44 Yours, always to please, VAY w 7 . "V T '"." ,--i- '.- r v J-,- ; - V '" ;" ,- v- t- t- Telephone 353. ViOFFITTo 533 Kansas Ave. T day afternoon with Mrs. S. B. Smith on Van Buren street. Mrs. Walter Cust's party Tuesday af ternoon foe Miss Lillian McFarland is to be a "kitchen roller towel shower." There will be only a few guests and they are all intimate friends of Miss McFar land. Mr.Harry Johnson left Friday for Des Moines, Iowa, where he will enter High land Park college. Topeka music lovers are looking for ward with interest to the recital which will be given next Thursday evening at the Grand opera house by Mr. Francis Fischer Powers, the well known singef and teacher of New York City. They will also have the opportunity of hearing some Topeka talent as Mr. Powers will be assisted by Mrs. Arthur Lingafelt, Miss Emily King and Miss Vera Low who were pupils of his during the sum mer in Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nellis are in Kan sas City visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gomer Thomas. Miss Emma Schafer spent Thursday of last week visiting friends in Kansas Ctiy. Mo. Miss Lulu Fordyce entertained her card club very pleasantly Friday evening complimentary to Miss Emma Whitmer and Mr. Bert Harris. The prises were won by Miss Whitmer and Mr. W. D. Goodwin. The guests of honor were given a surprise at the close of the even ing by a tin shower when ail sorts 01 useful articles were showered upon them. Mrs. M. B. Ward has returned to her home in Kansas City after a short visit in the city with Mrs. S. A. Hayes. Miss Edna Simpson has returned from a three months' stay at her home in Be loit. Miss Simpson has Just recovered from a long sickness. Misses Josephine ana Nanon Herren are spending a fewdays In Kansas City, Miss Anna Squires returned Thursday from a week's visit with friends in Man hattan. Mr3. D. M. Duggati has gone to Kan sas City to spend Sunday. Mrs. L. J. Miles of Arkansas City who has been visiting her daughter, Miss Blanche Miles at Stormont hospital, went to Lawfence today. The Helianthus club will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. Bedell. Mrs. J. M. Dumenil entertained a few friends Th'jl-Sday evening in honor of Mrs. Mary Rowland who goes to Kansas City soon to enter the Woman's Medical college. Mi's. Rowland has attended the Medical college in Topeka for the past two years and She has matly friends who will be sorry to see her leave. Mr. C. D. Hudson's School of Dancing Will be opened for ladies and gentlemen at his new hall, 503-505 Kansas avenue, Monday evening, Oct. 15; for children, Saturday afternoon, Oct. 20, 3 to 5. Miss Marian Kenderdlne will return soon from Las Vegas, where she has been spending the past six months with her sister. Mr. A. J. Atwater. of Leavenworth, is in the city to spend Sunday with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Clark have r turned to their home in Osage City after a few days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heaton. Engraved wedding invitations and cards. Adams Bros., 711 Kansas avenue. SNAP SHOTS AT HOME NEWS 17ovel decorations fct 1x3. Veale' a Cider Party. The sky rockets would not "sky" last night. There was no session of the police court this morning. Quincy street this morning looked like a day after July 4. The price of bananas has gone up on account of the banana trust. Miss Besse Isbell is "advance woman" for Buffalo Bill but she did cot come to Topeka. Now the Ice man gives a bigger chunk for a nickel than ten cents would buy in August. At the Auditorium tioncert on the 23rd Marshall's band will appear in the new red uniforms. Congressman Curtis and Judge Hazen will speak at Forbes school house Mon day evening. The mayor and city council attended the picnic at Martin's Hill in a body this afternoon. The paving 6f Monroe street between Sixth and Tenth avenues was completed this afternoon. A heat Iron fence around Holliday park greatly improves the appearance of the grounds. 1,000 gold fish just received today. Popular prices. Gibraltar Drug Co., 823 Kansas avenue. The mayor and street commmlssioner were out inspecting the work of the street department Friday. The county commissioners are still at work making the annual inspection of the county treasurer's records. One plain drunk, who said he Was guilty, wan the pise of the business of the police court Friday afternoon. O. H. Rartd ot Topeka succeeds A. G. Ellison as manager or the Metropolitan Insurance company at Lawrence. Councilman Elliott, who is superintend ing the city building, says the building will be completed within another week. The W. C. f. V. Will meet in the lec ture room of the First Methodist church Monday afternoon at three o'clock. No wonder footballists play horse with each other; a Washburn player was seen buying saddle-padding to put into his jacket. Rev. Canon Bywater will officiate ftt St. Thomas church, Holton. on Sunday morning, and at St. Luke's, Horton, in the evening. Two new Voting precincts have been established by the county commission ers, one at Highland Park and one In Soldier township. According to the statement of the bank deposits there is How in the banks of Kansas more than $40 for every- man, woman and child in the state. There will be no afternoon meeting at tbe T. 14. C. A. tomorrow, the members Jtiirfne: in the temperance meeting held ny Miss Shontz at the Presbyterian church. The Santa, F engineers' executive You will not make a mistake By coming to JOHN WATTS', and looking over his nice assortment of Fall Footwear. Prices that aro richt. Latest styles of Shoes for Ladies and Gentlemen. The WORLD-KNOWN SHOE for Men. No hotter in market. We make a specialty of Men's Shoes at $2, $2.50. and 53. Come and see them. It is money in your pocket. JOHD 17 A 503 Kansas Avenue. committee, which has been IB session here for two weeks, concluded Its busl ness yesterday afternoon, adjourned and the members left for their homes. The State Lutheran league convention of Kansas Will meet at the Lutheran churches Tuesday and Wednesday. The convention will open at the English Lutheran church Tuesday evening and continue Wednesday at the Swedish Lutheran church. IRISH'S OLD FRIEND. Met Joseph Mosnat a Deaf Mutft Who Worked For film In Iowa. John P. Irish, who spoke in Topeka last night. Is an old newspaper man, and was born In Iowa City, Iowa, where he publiBhed the Stat Press for about twenty Vears. Later he published the Oakland Times in Oakland, Cal., for three years, and was afterward editor and manager of the Alta Callforniao, of San Francisco. While Mr. Irish was talking with a State Journal reporter last evening at the hotel, Joseph Mosshat, a mute printer working Tor the Hall Litho graphing company, stepped up to Mr. Irish and was recognized st once. Both men appeared pleased to see each other. Mr. Mossnat carried a pad of paper and a pencil and by means of this the fol lowing conversation took pla.ee: Mr. .Irish: "Where do you live?" Mr. Mossnat: "I have lived here rine years, and have been married two years." ' Do you set type yet?" "I am a dead stone man in a bir Job office." "I am very glad to see you, and wish you good luck." "Where do you live now-?" "I have lived in Oakland, Cal., for twenty years. Have spent a vacation A Sktn of Beauty la Joy fewer, DR. T. FFI.IX OOURAl'IVS Olm-'! At. CREAM. r MAOIllAL RKAt'lllll , BPin'ivri. Ir, f'lBij.. 1 r-l ij 'V Wutli he, Kb.ii ami k.l m S C iIik'. in; fin r M.'i,.!.. oa ifi - x . a "T! iHHtmr. ami orf.. It ( at F . . .m. Ifffi 0 y5 hi Hinilar rant.. l.. t' lui' aaM t I -tf ll. h.'ii. ton; a (w 1 1' n ' , ' An Ton lai'-a a 'II itfm.lri'tiiin'-Bl s,iii lid a f t-,"m' irwiort." For a!. I v all 1-Tiirrr anrt f nn.-y t,xi IWnlTa 10 tha T:tiwM Mataa, i anarta Knt Kurort. ftftO. T. HOPKINS. rr f. 81 rtt Janet St.. . T. in Iowa every year except this. TtiVn a vacation and come and see me In Cali fornia some time." "What are you rloins In CaiifotniH?" "Farming, writing l''r newnj ap rs and taking care of my property." After the printer had Bone Mr. Irish explained to the reporter that he hn. worked Tor him In iut twenty yeuis aro. "He was a mute when he came to n". but Was always u oiil, tritPlliaront, linnl worklnir man. 1 liked him vrry much. He Is of Flohemlsn ciwent." They Cannot Help It. f3avltt Pain KMracior cells, fnr p i ple insit-t on having II. They nil) p. t buy anything eie. The lat is elwovH the cheapest. All druriists. Pond's evening: school bf tr.s Monday. Fernald. Martin & Co. have some! hi n:; interesting in their advertisement. 11m ! it. Fond'9 evening school begins Monday. mnmrnrt a oilier 1 ij onVa! nicti at! omn lipfirr.rh with lrt -"! fritr. trrr nothing call coir.rare with Ihfr linrmra ef thiMlnnh Th thonptil u1 llir mffrHnc and liaBRfr in " 'or tirr ml., th Mperuiiit mother of H picartt an tic ration f- tH pittiirv event, and cuata over her a hduw ol glovia that caoool I haken on. Thoiwaam Tof women have found " r I fj thatlhrnopof MOTBM s f ' "t f -0 Friend during prrirnsn t L tj i a. t of 11 pln and danRer. and insure t i R B h f i: -J I child. This actentihc liniment is a LitiU U U Ii W U e roba confinement tefetv to mother and i s-odsend to all women at the lime of their moM critical ordeal. Mot only doe MOTHkh'b Fhibkd earrv woman aafet thronnh the peril of child-birth, but it ne (tcntly prepare the system for the comiul? event, pi'evetit "mornina aiokne," and ether diacrttitorta of tbia period. Sold hv al di-WRVta at t.o per bottle eMr for f re booiUet ta Vx kmaJariKU itMawa.ria to, aVUauta. Uaoraua. o a lai W at M