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Every sick and ailing woman.
Every young girl who suffers monthly,
. Every woman who is approaching maternity.
Every woman who feels that life is a burden.
Every woman who has tried all other means to regain health without success.
Every woman who is going through that critical time the change of life
is invited to write to Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass., in regard to her trouble, anc
the most expert advice telling exactly bow to obtain a CURE will be sent abso
lately free of cost.
The one thing that qualifies a person to give advice on any subject
is experience experience creates knowledge.
No other person has so wide an experience with female ills nor such
a record of success as Mrs. Pinkham has had.
Over a hundred thousand cases come before her each year. Some
personally, others by mail. And this has been going on for twenty years,
day after day, and day a f ter day.
Twenty years of constant success think of the knowledge thus
gained 1 Surely women are wise in seeking advice from a woman with
Buch an experience, especially when it is free.
Mrs. Hayes, of Boston, wrote to Mrs. Pinkham when she was
In great trouble. Her letter shows the result. There are actually
thousands of such letters in Mrs. Finkham's possession.
" Dear Mrs. Pinkham : I have been under doctors' treatment for female
troubles for some time, but without any relief. They now tell me I have &
fibroid tumor. I cannot bit down without great pain, and the soreness extends
up my spine. I haTe bearing1 down pains both back and front. My abdomen
is swollen, I cannot wear my clothes with any comfort. Womb is dreadfully
swollen, and I hare had flowing spells for three years. My appetite is not
good. I eannot walk or be on my feet for any length of time.
" The symptoms of Fibroid Tumor, given in your little book, accurately
describe my case, so I write to you for advice." Mrs. E. F. Hayes, 253
Dudley St. (Boston), Roxbury, Ma.-.s.
" Dzak Mrs. Iixkiiam : I wrote to you describing- mv symptoms, and
asked your advice. You replied, and I followed all j-our directions carefully
for several months, and to-day I am a well woman.
The use of Lytiia K. PLnklium's Vegetable Compound, to-ethor
with your advice, carefully followed, entirely expelled the tumor, and strength
ened the whole system. ,1 can walk miles now.
' Your Vegetable Compound is worth five dollars a drop. I advise all
women who are afflicted with tumors, or any female trouble, to write you for
advice, and give it a faithful trial." Mrs. E. F. Hayes, 252 Dudley St
(Boston), Uoxbury, Mass.
Mrs. Hayes will gladly answer any and all letters that may be
addressed to her asking about her illness, and how Mrs. Pinkham
helped her. .
vCnnnlT lfwernnnt forthwith produce the original letter and signature of
alijlll III testimonial, which will prove its absoluto genuineness.
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Cfl 0 Of"t Students Entered
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Not Bad for Cood Teeth. "
Gives the. Teeth a Pearly Lustra
mn onv new
Wherever in (la.ra.it ion exists, there
you may use with perfect safety
although the Snlve U chiefly recom
uiendeu for diseases of tho eye.
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Always view a scene with a mule in
it from the foreground.
IF ion USE BALL BLUE,
Get Red Cross Ball Blue, the best Ball Blue.
Large 2 oz. puckuge only 5 cents.
Man is of few days and full of con
densed cusseduess. ,
Stops the Couffh and
WorkH On the Cold
Laxative Bronio Quinine Tablets. Price 25c.
Deadly Work of Lawmakers.
Before the latest fighting French
deputy was subdued he had succeeded
in hitting his adversary "real hard"
with a wad of crumpled paper! The
lawmaking unpleasantness of sunny
France is rising to the perilous level
of the Parisian duel.
The Belgian authorities in Africa
have threatened the American Presby
terians with forcible eviction unless
they vacate their station on the Kasai
river, and other missionaries have
been expelled from Juapa, because of
the activity of Protestant missionaries
in exposing the horrors of the awful
barbarities for which Belgian author
lies are responsible.
Show This to the President.
A woman in Ussher Town, on the
night of the 18th. gave birth to six
llvlrg babies five boys and one girl.
The next day the town was in con
fusion, both Europeans and natives
rushing to see them. Money and dif
ferent kinds of presents were given
them. This same woman had four
babies in 1S93. Gold Coast (Africa)
He Feels Good.
Caddo, Ky., July 20th. 'T believe
I could climb a mountain without
drawing a long breath" is the way
William Ball of this place describes
how he is feeling.
As Mr. Ball has been on the sick
list for a long time, this declaration
from him comes as quite a surprise.
. "When asked to explain how he had
become so strong in such a short
time, he says:
"I did have Kidney Trouble very
bad, in fact I had to get up four or
five times every night to urinate. I
had shortness cf breath which dis
tressed me terribly. I was badly used
Lup, and was really of no account for
"I used three boxes of Dodd's Kid
ney Pills, and that's what has made
me well. I can sleep all night with
out havjng to get p. I feel splendid
and as I said before, I believe I could
elimb a mountain without drawing a
long breath. Dodd's Kidney Pills did
f n .1 , t -
. tu uiauaun; euu-lr uuvcis
it's only necessary to amputate the
Sinking Spell at Noon Was Fol
lowed by a Slight Rally and
Then Became Semi
Unconscious. HE PASSED AWAY AT 4:04 P. M.
'.Next Church Mnit Conibine the l'iety of
riuit IX anil the Inttiligeuee
of Leo -Mil."
Rome, July 21. At. t p. m. of yebter-d.-iy
the pope had lost .til consciousness
and at 4:0-1 le died.
A few minutes before the noon the
pepe wji-s fteizeil with ;i n '. ; i n .-spell.
For some moments it va.. believed that
:i catastrophe was abour. to oey'.i So
near death was t'ie pontiff that Cardi
nal Vannutelli ber:tn at his le.iU:de to
recite the prayers lor the i.viii and
ad miniate r.:l :;b.o". ution in tarticulo
Although tin pontiff continued in a
general condition of lethargy he had
fleeting1 sneil.s when hU reason reassert
ed itself. During one of these periods
lie imirmercd benedictions and solemn
ly eon titled the intore.-'ts of the church
to Cardinal Orelegiu.
At 11:30 a, in. there was great alarm
at the Vatican. Dr. Lapponi thought
the end had come. His death was con
sidered so imminent that all the cardi
nals were present ami the members of
the diplomatic eorpr were admitted to
the fciclc room, as according to tradition
popes mu.it "become surrounded by the
sacred college, the poutitieal court and
the diplomats accredited to the Vatican.
Here is a picture of the fciek room dur
ing the last morning of the Pope' suf
The sick room was the quietest and
most tranquil bpot in the Vatican. The
pontiff lies on his bed, the pillows of
which are not whiter than his face,
which has a strange aspect, owing to
his not having been shaved for so long.
His hands are folded over the ro.vary
which lie has u.ed for over 50 years.
The famous arm chair which his holi
ness will never again enter, stands in
vitingly near, with hi stick beside it,
while Centra, his valet, prays and
weeps before a huge ivory crucifix, Dr.
Lapponi sitting by the bedside ready
fqr any emergency. The doctor from
time to time rises noisele.ssy to admin
ister nourishment of which the pontiff
has taken some. Indeed, Dr. Lapponi
succeeded in having him swallow sev
eral teaspoonsful of coffee, milk and
brandy mixed. The silence of the sick
room is occasionally broken by a hack
Had l'archrtsetl Island From Spain.
Washington. July 21. Ueeeutly an
American admiral took formal posses
sion of seven small islands near Bor
neo, south of the Philippines which
the United States had purchased from
Spain and paid for. Lying near (them
are British islands and the London
papers made a howl. Xothing further
islikelv to come of it-
Mllwsukee Seen in Mirage.
Mukckon, Mich., -July 21. The peo
ple in summer home at Lake Michigan
Park, saw at lo a. ui., iu a mirage the
the entire cit3' of Milwaukee, on the
opposite side of Lake Michigan.
Honolulu, July IT. An epidemic of
dengue, (Hreakboue Fever) a painful
disease peculiar to the tropics, appears
to be sweeping over the Islands. Over
1,500 cases have been reported, but
there have been no deaths directly at
tributed to the disease.
A Race Agrainat Time.
Portsmouth, Eng., July 16. The U.
S. flagship Kearsarge has been ordered
to go from here at the highest speed to
Frenchmen's Bay, Mainel This is as a
test of speed.
ln Touch With Cable.
San Francisco, July lti. It is report
ed that, beginning at an early date,
the army transports plying between
San Francisco and Manila will follow
the route of the new trans-Pacific
cable, passing within signal distance
and possibly Mopping at Midway j
island and uuain. wnere are repeating
stations of the cable.
Torosdo In Tcnqain.
Marseilles. July 15. 4-A terrible cy
clone in the French possession of Ton- j
quin killed 150 natives. J
LEO Kill EXPIRES
I UP I
EATH walked beside h!m many
An.l with liis finger wan
Would point and say: "Your
Your day ..f life is gone."
lie smilt-d. as one who knows no fears:
"1 can but see the dawn." .
Death sat beside him many days
And .aid: '-It proweih dark;
And silence holds the further wavs."
He smilt-d: "Not so; for hark:
There comes the sounds of sweeter lavs
Than nightingale or lark."
Death stood beside him many times
And said: "Out there is night:
A night that hath no songs or chimes.
Xor stars to glad the sight." ,
He smiled: "Hut in those other climes
We have a vision bright."
Death met him many times, to say:
"Thy coming hath been late.
And 1 have waited on the way."
He answered, all sedate:
"Not so. What though I pause anj
It is for thee I wait."
To all good men death has no sting.
The grave no victory;
To them death can no shudder brinj.
No shadows make them see
God send an nd as comforting
May come to you and me.
ing cough, due to tho gathering of
phleg m in the popes throat. These
coughing spells have the effect of rous
ing the pontiff. While the doctors
were examining him, believing he was
in a stupor, his holiuess suddenly fixed
his eyes, even now bright and hy no
means lifeless, on them, baling:
"This time, doctors, you will not win
in your brave fight with death."
A wonderful thing about Pope Leo
is that every time his mind became
clear he seemed to grasp the fact that
it may be the last and lie made the
highest tisti of it. When, during the
alarming crisis about noon, he was ly
ing perfectly motionless, while around
him knelt the cardinals and other
members of the papal court, prayiug
and not knowing whether the pope was
not already dead, without any prelim
iuary restlessness, the pontiff opened
his eyes which fell on Cardinal Oreg
lia, who was at his side and said: "To
your eminence, who will soon seize the
reigns of supreme power, I con tide the
church in these difficult times."
Concerning the succession ti:e car
nals maintain the greatest reserve,
though they all more or less repeat as
though in the nature of a password,
that the "next pope must be oue com
bining the piety of Pius IX, with the
intelligence of Leo XIII."
It urea a Work Increased.
Washington, July 21. Pension Com
missioner Ware believes that the num
ber of employes must be increased, or
a retired list must be created which
will make it possible to replace super
annuated clerks with voting persons
who can dispose of work more rapidly.
Prize Goes To Atchison.
Atchison, July 21. The. supreme offi
cers' of the Modern Brotherhood of
America has presented Atchison lodge
No. 427 with a silver loving cup, offered
some time ago to the first lodge in the
United States reaching a total mem
bcrshiD of 500.
Orange Men Celebrate.
Belfast, Ireland, July 15. About 10,
000 Orangemen held their annual cele
bration here. Troops and policemen
restrained the Nationalists.
Tatlean Pays The BUI.
Rome, July 17. In one day 26,000
dispatches were received at the Vatican
inquiring about the pope's condition.
These included some lengthy cables
from half round the world. The total
cost of these telegrams is estimated at
S 30, 000 and taxes the resources of the
Vatican to the utmost.
Services Net Needed.
, La Junta, Colo., July 20. When the
203 Santa Fe shopmen who struck here
because of the non-arrival of their pay
checks, reported for work, they were
informed tiiat their service were no
Will Hot Receive Jews Petition.
VVashington, July 17. It is learned
here that the state department has
recei red a reply from Russia stating
that it neither would receive nor con-
sider the matter of the Jewish petition
on the subject of the Kishinjeff incident
Burglar Balks at Jewels.
Though not takicg all the money he
could find, a burglar who broke into a
woman's house in. Paris left a note
saying he could not find It in his heart
to take her jewels lest tney -were heir
looms. Will Dsvote Life to Charity.
Having won the degree of master of
arts at the New York university after
a three years' course of study, Mrs.
Charles H. Truax, wife of Judg?
Truax, will begin active work in a
philanthropic society that will looli
after poor inebriates.
For Racing Purposes Only.
The machine with which Oldfield re
cently lowered the track record for
automobiles is simply a unique piece
of mechanism of his own devising
made oy Henry Ford, impracticable as
an automobile because it can never
be used on the public highway.
A Chelsea (England) hospital Is
mourning tho loss of a bequest of
$6,000 through a legal informality. The
testator signed his will in his bed
room, and the witnesses thoughtlessly j
carried it into another room before !
signing it, thus making the document j
li valid. I
The Traveler's Pillow.
The fashion of carrying one's own i
pillow when traveling is being readily
adopted by women who spend much of
their time as tourists. Sheer linen
embroidered with one's monogram is
used for the cover, and can be easily
laundered. The pillow is of down cov
ered Vith China silk in any color.
Capt. Gordon Casserly, of the Eng
lish army, in his book on "The Land
of the Boxers," records his surprise
at meeting in a Chinese city a pig
tailed individual who addressed him
in fluent English with a Yankee
twang. "'Do you live in Samchun?' I
asked him, in surprise. 'Not much,
you bet;' he replied; T don't belong to
this darned country any more. I live
in 'Frisco. "
GET WELL -
The thousands of people
who are every day being
made well by Doan't
Kidney Pills and the free
trial herewith offered
makes further delay,
They correct urine -with
brick dust sediment, high
colored, pain in passing,
dribbling, frequency, bed
wetting. Doan's Kidney Pills
remove calculi and grareL
Relieve heart palpitation,
Nkwbkrn, Kt. B. C. Jones
writes: I was unable to
get anything to stop the too
much flow of water. For
For fre trial box, mail this coupon to
Foster-Mtlburn Co, Buffalo. K. Y. If above
Bpnce i insufficient, write addrtws on IK-pa-rate
THE BEST RESULTS IN STARCHING
can be obtained only by using Defiance
Starch, besides getting 4 oz. more for
same money no eoolciug required.
Straws show which
way the thirst
Hall's Catarrh Cure
constitutional cure. Price.
the real thing;.
HO YOUR CLOTHES LOOK YELLOW?
Then use Defiance Starch, it will
keep them white 10 oa. for 10 cents.
This is the land of the free until
you get mixed up in politics.
"In the good old summer time"
drink Dr. Pepper. It leaves a pleasant
farewell and a gracious call-back. At
all Soda Fountains 5c per glass.
An ounce of experience is worth a
pound of advice.
ALL UP TO DATE HOUSEKEEPERS
use Defiance Cold Water Starch, be
cause it is better and 4 oz. more of it
for same money.
Nothing troubles the average man
less than the troubles of his neigh
bors. WHEN YOU BUY STARCH
buy Defiance and getthe best, 16 oz. for
10 cents. Once used, always used'
Cupid is always shooting and con
tinually making Mrs.
IfQ prmanrntly cored. Xo fits or nerrousness after
r I I d first day's us ot Dr. Kline's Great Nr Restor.
er. Bend for FBKK 12.00 trial hottle and treatiM.
JB. B. H. tusit. Ltd.. 8S1 Arch Street. FoilaUelpbia, Fs
Among other things that won't bear
the light are shadows.
I do not believe Piso's Cure for Consumption
has an equal for couens and colds. Jobs f
Boy EH. Trinity Springs, Ind., Feb- !5, 190U
Some men would rather lose a friend
than the best of an argument.
Mrs. Winalow's Soothing: Syrnp
For children teething, softens the puras, -,n luces In
flamalion, allays paiu, cures wind colic. 25c a bottle.
Carelessness with parlor matches
causes a few fires and many divorces.
should be in every household, none so
good, besides 4 oz. more for 10 cents
than any other brand of cold water
No. Mauie, dear; the helm of a
is not located in the steerage.
The Wichita Stove & Iron Works,
Moore. Bros., Props., Wichiti, Kansas,
have just received another consign
ment of steel beams. They carry a
complete stock of steel beams, channels
and angles on hand and have the facil
ities for promptly filling orders for all
kinds of structural and architectural
iron work in cither cast Iron, wrong-lit
iron or steel. When it comes to cast
iron columns, lintels, sills, etc., after
receiving the goods, you would not
regret havinpr placed order with 'this
firm. You will find work first class in
The wise man
listens to the silent
IMMENSE TOBACCO PURCHASE.
Ferty-EIxltt Thousand Italian Paid
for a Faney Lot of Tobacco.
The biggest pnrchaao of high grade
tobacco ever made in the West by a
cigar manufacturer was made last
Wednesday by Frank P. Lewis, Peoria
111., for his celebrated Single Binder
cigar. A written guarantee was given
that the entire amount was to be fancy
selected tobacco. This, no doubt,
makes the Lewis factory the largest
holder in the United States of tobacco
of so high a grading. Herald -Tran
script, Dec. l 190.
Every sweet girl graduate thinks it
is tip to her to reform some man.
Says Dr. M. C.
A CONSTANTLY increasing number of
physicians prescribe Teruna in their
It has proven its merits so thorough! y
that even the doctors, have 'overcome their
prejudice against so called patent medicines
and recommend it to their patients.
,"I Advise Women to Use Pe-ru-na."
Says Dr. Gee
Dr. M- C. Gee is one cf the physicians
who endorse Peruna. In a letter written
from 513 Jones street, San Francisco, Cal.
he says :
"There is a general objection oa the part
of the practicing .physician to advocate
patent medicines, but when any oae medi
cine cures huudreds of people, it demon
strates its own value and docs not need the
endorsement of the profession.
'Peruna has performed so; many
wonderful cures in San Francisco that
I am convinced that it is a valuable
remedy. I have frequently advised its
use for nomen, as I find it insures
regular and painless menstruation,
cures leucorrhcea and ovarian troubles,
and builds up the entire system. I also
consider it one of the finest catarrh remedies
I know of. I heartil endorse vour medi
cine." M. C. Gee. M. D.
Mrs. E. T. Gaddis, Marion, N. C, is
one of Dr. Hartman's grateful patients.
She consulted him by letter, followed his
directions, and is new able to say the iol
, "Before I commenced to take Peruna I
coule not do any hard work without suffer
ing great pain. I took Peruna, and can say
with pleasure,that it has done more for me
than any other mediciue I have ever taken.
Now I am as well as ever; I do all mv own
work and it never hurts me at all. I think.
Peruna is a great medicine for woman
kind." Mrs. E. T. Gaddis.
Women are especially liable to pelvic
catarrh, female weakness as it is commonly
you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from
the use of Peruna, write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full
statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his
valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. Hartman, President of the Hartman Sanitarium,
forty years I had headache
day and night could not
sleep well was very weak,
and about giving up all hope.
I got Doan's Pills and they
cured me. That wr.s live 1
months ago, and I can say,
to-day, my water is reaailar
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for fivo months. For bed
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Kiver." 15. C. Jokks.
Even the hour of adversity only con
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YELLOW CLOTHES ARE UNSIGHTLY.
Keep them white with Red Cross Ball Blue, j
All grocers sell large 2 oz. package, 5 ct uta. i
The hero's reputation is never quite !
safe until he is dead and buried. !
Thirteen years ago I w:is :ifttictcd
with Sciatic Rheumatism. The physi
cians had given me up iind could io
nothing for me. I was con lined to my
bed suffering untold agonies. One of
my neighbors recommended my trying
Ciippen's- Compound for Rheumatism,
which I did, and two bottles cured me
and I have never bad Rheumatism .since.
TIIOS. F. PHILLIPS,
P. O. Box 102. Kingfisher, O. T.
As your Druggist's or mailed on re
ceipt of One Dollar.
THE CIIIPPEX MEDICINE CO.,
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tasores ycer on beaHb aad promote the.
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Peruna ocenpies a unique position in
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Catarrh and catarrhal diseases afflict
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jLjjit jr it has done in loeal tre&t
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