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ABltENE.WEEXLY EETLECTCH, ASILEJTE, EAKSAS, O.CT03a 3, 1807.
Proof that Lydia E. Plnkham' Overwhelming Proof that Lydia E. Plnkham Vegetable Compounq succeeds. Ona of the jreatert triumph of Lydia B. Plnlfhain's Vegetable Com pound is the conquering of woman's dreed enemy Tumor, . The growth of a tumor U m In aldlon that frequently It prenee 2i wholly nnratpeeted until It 1 well dnneed. , 80 called "wandering- palna" may some from It early stages or the pretence of danger may be made manifest by exosssW monthly period accompanied by unueual pain, from toe abdomen through the groin and thigh. . , ,, If yon hare mysterious palna, U there are Indication! of Inflammation or displacement, aeoure a bottle of Lydia B. Plnkham' Vegetable Com- rand, made from natlre root and rbs, right away and begin It uae. The following lettera ahould eon Tinoe erery Buffering woman of IU virtue, and that It aotuaUy doe conquer tumora. Mr.. May Fry, of MW. CoUaa Are., South Bend, Ind write : Dear Mr. Plnkham : , "I take great pleasure In wrlt- Plnkham' Vegetable Compound ha done for me. I alo took the Blood Purifier In alternate dose with the Compound. Your medicine removed a Which thrw of the best pbnjduu awes ml L.J 14 the r deelarea 1 nan. j. w uu 1 only an operation eeuld help me. I am very thankful that I followed a friend advice ana wok joar mwuiwiuw. - -made me a trong and well woman and I ahall recommend It aa long a I live. " Mr. E . F. Haye, of U Buggle St , Boston, Mas., write Dear Mr. Plnkham : "I have been under different doctor' treatment for a long time without relief. They told me I had a fibroid tumor, my abdomen wa awollen and I suffered with great pain. I wrote to you for advice, you replied and I followed your dlreotion carefully and today I am a well women. Lydia B. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound ex pelled the tumor and strengthened my whole system." Mrs. Perry Byers, of Mt Pleasant, Iowa, write : Pa. Dear Mrs. Plnkham I I WW w tmj f"J - had a fibroid tumor and that I would have to be operated upon, 1 wrote yon (or ad viae, wnian 1 louowea can fully aid took Lydia B. Plnkham ir 1-1.1. Tu..i.J T aewa vast. Ami T 0CWUia MWWUIIU awar weaa cured of th tumor but other female troab.ee ua en ao tui mj own won ., . a m I t eiier eiga jemn ui muu.viuf, tf re. S. J. Berber, of Soott, H. wriUe 1 JVa A. umuaHii "Sometime aco I wrote you for advice about a tumor which the dootor thought would have to be removed. Instead I took Lydia B. Plnkham' Vegetable Compound and to-day am a well woman." Mr. If. M. Funk, Vandergrift, write: Urn Mr. Plnkham ! ham' Vegetable Compound removed it for me after two doctor had given me up. I wa lick four year before I DCgBu HI UHU bllO ujiurvuuu. vr HMmnun 1 vAlm W Ptnlrham'a Vamfc. Bins wutyvuuu Am mw " DUUU wwviuivui mm v " i 1 u M !. Y.mAtm B Plnlr. ham' Vegetable Compound stands without a peer aaja remedy for Tumor Growth a well a other distressing 111- -.J -a-, ,! Ma inntrtm Bearing-down Benutions. Diepleee- . A. I 1 11.1 A V.U.Mtl.t' , ..r 1 II 1 II eio. women siiuuiu ranvwucr .u . I. r ..II. C. DinLrliatttn'st VeMMtiWIlljl fVini DUUUU WIB ! VUflUK W nva-avH- Don't forget to InsiM upon it when eome druggist eeke yon to aooept something else which he oaLU 4lJnet ee good." a firu rinkhea'- IirlUtlM to WatKl. Women enfferlng from any form 01 zemaia weuuaH arv uitiwu ti. U-ia tXnlrrieivn T.tTTl Ut-fi vriwi ma .---, ( . U I... UueT ailartafmi atliJr WAMM free of charge for more than twenty - - 1 C AJ A, -L. a.li.J yean, aua uoiura wmv -. ajniim ham In ad ritlng. Thlieineieeepeeinlly Well quiiiueu v giuuv mtvm wwtti DMlf VO BCBUUi I HAIR BALtAir O 1 MiTtr Falls to itiii OVsr I Omu mlp dlmm TiEr WlU. H c.4Slill)ral First published In Ablleno Weekly Eofloctor September 86, 1B07. Notice of AppoiLtment- WATH Of KN8A8,I, 'Wcklnnn County, f Iti th mutter or the estate of J. H. Nle- hAll.L Imuu Int nlTllpblMnnilMBll XlfcOSHS. Nutlce In hereby given thai on the th oar 01 nept.. A. u. IWI, me uuuor alvniwl ana hv the Prnhate Court of Olckln son (Jo'Jnty, Kansas, dnly appointed and n..sllflarf " ' iHmlnlitralplinr lllA MtUEfl rtl J. H. memoiler. aeceasea, late 01 uicmneoo Oonnty, Kansas. All parties Interested It said estate will take notion and fovern wemselTes accorningiy. WlLBBLMIIU NlRHOLI.SB, a-l Administratrix UPTON IS STILL 6AME He Send Another Challenge to New York Yacht Club, If real coffee disturbs your stomach. your heart or kidneys, then try this elever cone imitation nr. snoop's Health Coffee. Ltr. Snoop has closely matched old Java and Mooha Coffee.in flavor and taste, yet- It has not t ingle grain or coiree in it. ur. Snoop's Health Coffee Imitation 1 made from pure toasted grain or oereals, Malt, Nuts, eto. Made in one minute. No tedious long wait, Yon will surely like it. Get a free ample at the (tore. Sold by Bel knap Koemer, Cheapest aooidont insuranee Dr, Thomas' Eleotrio Oil. Stops the pain and heals the wound. All druggists ell It. If You Are Sick It is because some of the organs of the body are not doing their work veil. There is a lack of that nervous energy that gives them motion. Con sequently you are weak, worn-out, nervouB, irrit able, cannot sleep; have headache, indigestion, etc. because there is not suffi cient nerve force to keep the organs active and al low them to perform their natural functions. Dr. Miles' Nervine restores health because it restores this nervous energy. 4 haw hvrt dirk frvf at vmi anrl j1d not know what m the m.Hr with mx 1 trlrd rmriy romtxtlc and ioim) of thova rrovinl r any valu. I itmrtf of Dr. Vltlra' Nrln. t oro- curxl a bntt, and brftire I had taka balf of It I viui U:t.r. I would have kad nrrvoua r nrwir.il inn tf 1 had not rot fn is mdicira wi.r-n i ata. I con tinued to take It until I wna enttreif wall. I hnv ainra nyvtm mnood tt to Are of my b.dy friend, and thr hav all thanked me toe do. of ao. for it IrWeAted Uen hH." . , MRS. RO!i OTTX Jtf 0. A ft. Columtraa, Ohhv tf. Wiiee Nenrfn It aofd by ymi pt? who wilt e.uarantss that f-" bfittie wMi tnt'-u if it Twit, h f rvfutxl youf momy. Contend That Rule Were Complied ,,,v ,WltH Before But Will ttM v.'-.. OO-Foot Boat, New York, Sept 27. Prospect for race for the America' eup next rear were Improved greatly Thursday bjr the announcement of Sir Thomas Llpton that he will aubmit another ehallenge, specifying a 90-foot boat the racers. Members of the New York yacht club were reticent, but it wa pointed out that the deed of gift, by which the America's cup was placed In the custody of the New York, Ycht olub in 1887, apparently makes It ob ligatory upon the club to accept the challenge provided certain condition are complied with. 'In sending the challenge," said Sir Thomas, "I conformed with the deed of gin of the America' cup, which says that sloops must be over 65 feet on the water line. This also conforms with the New York Yacht club' rule for the 'class 1' boat. In explanation of hi action In chal lenging under the New York Yacht club's rule. Sir Thomas aaid: 'The 'international rule,' which ap plies to Great Britain, France, Ger many, Spain and Portugal, I different from the rule now existing in the Uni ted States, which la known as the uni versal rule, and which ha been In use In America tor three or four year, and under which doiens of boat have been built Soma of the moat famous luch aa the Queen, Effort, Avenger, Iatalena, Winsome and Neola, are well known to yachting men. On the other hand a boat baa never been built in Great Britain under the 'universal rule,' ao that In making my challenge I had.no pull and wa not asking any advantage. It waa quite the other way. The American designer and builder, with their experience In building boat under the 'universal rule have all the best of It"' Not'Yet an Imperial Question. London, Sept 17. Baron Komura, the Japanese ambassador, and the for eign office unit In saying that the is sue between Japan and Canada over the admission of Japaneee to Canada ha not yet become an Imperial ques tion, to be dealt with by the author! ties. They point out that the negotl ationa are confined to Ottawa that meantime Baron Komura has not had occasion to present a proposal to the Tokio government for the adjustment of the Japaneee labor situation In Canada. May Investigate Telegrapher Strike. Washington. Sept 17. President Roosevelt said Thursday that he had consented U receive some documen tary statement from the striking telegraph operator and that when thee are la his hands he would an soubtedly oall Into consultation Com snlsstoner of Labor Net II. Further than this he ald that no arrangement had been mad lr any eonfereoot re garding the (trtka. CUBANS ARRESTED HU6E PIPE LIIE PROFITS HATCHING A REVOLUTION! A RtmnAurA fill Rranrb. lit Aha J - Th - i-W. - I J tXf.A. 1 ssr uenerais rarrnr vuwihi ana mum, . v ... . .t a r, i Mtargea who vvusynsu-y Aftlnst Public Order, I Which Was Twice th Total Amount Invested- Claim bom Line Are Private Property, New'York, Bept 17. 0. M. Payne, who ha general supervision of the pipe line of the Standard Oil com pany, on crow examination Thursday at the hearing of th federal lolt against the oil combine, testified that the nip Una of the New York Tran sit company, or the National Transit company which, it I sometime called, were publio carrier, and as such to conform to the Hepburn law had built a delivery station at union town ana quoted tariff tor oil shipments to that point Ur. Payne aald that the pipe line of the Standard from Unlonville to Tidewater, wa a. private line and net amenable to the Hepburn law. John 0. Mllburn, chief counsel of the defendants, ald that be had ad vised building th station at Unlonville and thought it good legal advice. The Indiana -pipe Line company, a subsidiary of the Standard. Oil, made a profit of $4,091,022 in 1903 on a total Investment of $2,228,758, accor ding to the company's figures ' pro duced by George Chesbro, controller of the National .Pipe Line company who appeared as a witness Thursday In the federal suit against the oil combine. Mr. Chesbro testified that the Indiana Pipe Line company wa a common carrier and engaged only In the transportation of oil. From bal ance sheets of the company Frank B. Kellogg, conducting the government' ease, aouzht to show that the In Washington, Sept 27. Official word niana onmnanv waa making excessive or tne arrest ot conspirators in na- proflu an( that it maintained a high vana reached the war department Mhednle of tariff to orevent hip- Thursday in th following cablegram nmtM oI1 D, independent oil pro- addressed by Gov. Magoon to Acting 4uo8r. Mr. Chesbro testified that the Secretary Oliver: "information more ij,dlana company transported practi- specific and certain than heretofore onl7 the oU o( the Standard Oil received wa secured late last night, company. The counsel for the govern that Mao Parra, angered by failure ment left that it will be shown that to bring about an uprising, threatened the proflu made by these pipe line to dynamite some building In Havana oompame. have, in dm case, been ana tnen escape, i ae local ponce ar- reited him and two of hi gang named Lara Mlret and Dacassl and they are now in Jail.' War department official while ad mitting that agitation ia rampant among the negro population in Cuba, because of their failure to receive their proper share of the offices, dis credit the probability of any uprising Americans Believe There Will Nothing Btrlou Result Although Admit ting That Agitation I Ranv pant Among Negro, Havana, Cuba, Sept 17. Th secret polio early Thursday arrested Gen. Mass Parra and a little later took Into ens tody Gen. Juan Ducaasl and Gen. Lara Mlret charged with con spiring agauut public order. Gen. Parra I the alleged leader of the conspiracy to start a revolution against the Americans In Cuba with the use of fund mpplied through come form in New. York.- simul taneously with the arrival of Parra at Havana three Santo. Oomlngans, wall known on account of their -previ ous revolutionary records, also ar rived. It Is known that the conspiracy -was hatched In New York by Americans whose names, It is said, are In the possession 'of the United States gov ernment and It la stated that the lead er here were professional revolution ists hired for the job, which it Is be lieved will result In a fiasco. Gov. Magoon, however, ia amply prepared with 6,000 American soldiers and 6,000 rural guard to crush any movement The Buick Hill Gliiubers Have no Equal in Price, duality, rimsh and Durability Don't buy a country blacksmith made oar. Get only a standard maV and v money, time and trouble afterwards. ' The Buiok owners are Its best advertisement . -See these oars at onr np-to-date garage before 700 buy. Price of 22.borse power two-seated Touring Car tally equipped (1,250. 'Four cylinder Touring Car i,85(Ji . . Full line of Anto Supplies at our garage. , 1 , . . ' . r ' r AAIII AAII A AA 1 .1. 1,1. UUUL0UH 5 UU, A&ti.. Telephone Building. . 20 time the actual coat of'operatjon. A STANDARD STATEMENT. Th Oil Company Hi Issued 4000,000 Copies of It Pamphlet Dur ing Part Month. New York, Sept 27. Th Standard Oil comnanv haa Issued In the last against the provisional government on month 4,000,000 copies of lis pamphlet that account. , Uabeled "From the Director of the Acting Secretary of War Oliver was Standard OU Company to it Employ- at the Whit House Thursday but he e and Stockholder."' Th pamphlet did not regard the stories of a Cuban 1 being distributed not only to those revolt of lufficlent Importance to to whom. It ! addressed, but lent bring it to the president's attention. I broadcast among on consumer, Gov. Magoon I keeping the war de- It Is given away, through dealer, partment advised of the situation and with the sale of a gallon ot OIL - The consulting freely with Gen. Barry pamphlet a summary ot which Was In command of the American army of I published a month or mors ago, deal pacification. His dispatches for pru-i with the 129,240,000 fine imposed upon dentlal reason are not made public. I the Standard Oil company of Indiana, The agitation has been alike In Ha- by Judge Land Is. In "a word in ad vana and Plnar del Rio province, In vance," It alleges that the Standard the latter province being among the Oil company Is the victim ot a "per lawless classes, mainly negroes. Gov. I aistent and adroit" attack on the part Magoon reported that private and of ficial advices from Santiago, Puerto Principe, Santa Clara and Natanzaa provinces Indicate absolute tranquil ity there. , 'f the federal authorities. May Tie Up Cuban Railroad. Havana, Sept.. 27. A general strike of the employe of the United Rail- roada and the Havana Central Eleo trio railroad wa declared Thursday. Trains are running with the help of the engineers only without firemen or conductors. A tie-up of all the road In th Island If feared. Will Overhaul th Cruisers. Washington, Sept 27. The cruisers Cincinnati and Raleigh, recently home from the Asiatic station, are to go out commission in about ten days at I th Mar Island navy yard. They art be thoroughly overhauled. Rains Interfere With Impaction, La Crosse, Wis., Sept 27. Constant rains which have caused -a rise of four feet in the channel will Interfere with the Inspection of the upper Mississippi river by the Inland Waterways com mission and President Roosevelt The sommlsBlon will leave St, Paul Friday and will Join the president at Keokuk. all along the - upper river front St Paul to Keokuk nearly every dam and piece of Improvement work don by the government in recenut years Is under water. The river now has the appearance of having a good channel almost from shore to shore, when In fact Innumerable wing dama stretch into the stream, almost touching a boat's hull beneath the water In many point. - GOOD NEWS. Many Abllms Reader Have Heard It ana profited Therebr. "Good aews mvsli fast,". and th thous ands ot bad baa sugorert Is AUlm arv sl4 to Iran that aroaapt relief la wltkus tbslr reach. Mir,? a lane, srtak and achlni ana sgssu more, caaaln to Doss's Kid mtj Pills. Ou cltlnssan tolling ths rood news of heir expsrleaoa wtta the OI Quaker stnidy. Here ia aa sample worta raadlnc. Mrs. Laar Miller, at MS W. Mar.h k St. Ahllens, Ksv. says! "I saa most ardsotlr atlas to she great valae and srectlvmsaa pom's K I dot 7 pills. Ths fact that tbsr absoiately care an at aa attack ot back ache which for sosas two or Una days had raasea mm ntnm rasttog. Is rsasna, I con- sr. u Beta til for na to han th srtalas roasowco m this avaiciee. rrosi onr-ez- loa. I had at usas aoUeed some achlu Ike nsrtaa of mj shaaldota, bat stnr Sa ul the aafal avail ot pal across air loiae aas em the smmvb, ha I ever had aav sack Boable. Doaa's gldasr Pills bnrarfct Malts that ear ast only BostUve bat vklck have raataUad persaaaeav Bsnk Deposits Increase. Topefca, Kan., Sept 27. Deposits In nansas banks have Increased (20,000, )00 in the past year, according to the official "call" statement given out Thursday night by Bank Commission- Royce. Individual deposits, which represent the deposits of Individuals and not that of banking Institutions, one year ago were: In state banks, CC,550,34S.77; In national banks, $58,- 267.806.69: total, 8124,818,149.46. At the present tune Individual deposits are: In state banks, 879,242,744.67; In national banks, 864,977,744.04; total, $144,22018.71, showing an Increase la one year of 820,000,000. , Lane' Mission In th West. Lo Angele. Cal., Sept 27. Frank lin K. Lane, Interstate 'commerce com missioner, arrived in Lo Angeles Thursday 00 a visit of Investigation Into railroad affaire. He comes to in vestlgate specially Into a complaint regarding freight shipments lodged against th Southern Pacific Union Pacific and other railroads, bat It h confidently asserted that hi visit tf of much deeper significance. It is said also that th work ot agent of tl Standard Oil company la Southern California I to be Inquired Into. For sale by all dealers. seats. Price (0 Fotter-Hnburi Co. Buffalo, N Y Pole Acesns pt th TJaltetdSata. Moor Accepting Peace Term. . Cas Blase, Sept 17. The 'hos tage of th Moorish tribe, which accepted the French peae term, were delivered Thursday to the Preach conaalate. Poor other tribe sent delegate who accepted th peace teraia. . To Points in the iffiA'-. at" . ' 'PICTO' Portland, Tacoma, Seattle," Bellingham. Everett, Vancouver, Victoria and New Westminster. 025.00 Every Day September 1 to October 31, 1907 " One-Way Colonist Rates are in Effect VIA . ' '. : UNION PACIFIC '. The Short Line to .Portland Inquire of S H. PAUL, Agent. . 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