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Pinkham's Vegetable Compound saved her life. Bead her letter. Mrs. T. C. Willadsen, of Manning, Iowa, writes to Mrs. Pmkham: " 1 can truly say that Lydia E. Pink* ham's Vegetable Compound saved my life, and 1 cannot express my gratitude to you in words. For years I suffered with the worst forms of female com* plaints, continually doctoring- and spending lots of money for medicine without help. I wrote you for advice, followed it as directed, and took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and it has restored me to perfect health. Had it not been for you 1 should have been in my grave to-day. I wish every suffering woman would try it." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has been the standard remedy for female ills, and has positively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulcera tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that bear ing-down feeling, flatulency, indiges tion, dizziness,or nervous prostration. Why don't you try it ? Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick women to write her for advice. She has guided thousands to health. Address, Lynn, Mass. A well known captain of one of the Hamburg-Amerlcan liners, while on a recent visit to New York, was talking of ,pride of birth, and ho told this anec dote of a certain brother captain in transatlantic service: ''A German passenger once fell from the deck of his ship into the sea, and a sailor, seeing him disappear with a splash, cried: 'Man overboard!!' " 'What do you mean with your 'Man overboard?' shouted the captain, who heard the call. 'Graf Herman von Finkinstein, Duke of Suabia and Prince of the Holy Roman Empire, is over board.' " Almost Human. "Ever see an educated hog?" "Yep. Saw one on a street car to day. He handled a newspaper just as if he could read." "Brown's Bronchial Troches" cure Coughs and give grateful relief to sufferers from Bronchitis, Asthma and Catarrh. Free from opiates. Helped Him. A physician out West was sent for to attend a small boy who was ill. He left a prescription and went away. Returning a few da.vs later, he found the boy better. "Yes, doctor," said the boy's moth er, "the prescription did him a world of good. I left it beside him, where he could hold it in his hand most of the time, and he can almost read it now. You didn't mean for him to swallow the paper, did you, doctor?" t Conflicting Evidence. The venerable and learned Justice John M. Harlan during a game of golf at Chevy Chase explained the intrica cies of evidence to a young man. "Usually, in conflicting evidence," he said, "one statement is far more probable than the other, so that we can decide easily which to believe. "It is like the boy and the house hunter. "A house hunter, getting off a train at a suburban station, said to a boy: "'My lad, I am> looking for Mr. Smithson's new block of semi-detached cottages. How far are they from here?' ' , " 'About twenty minutes walk,' the boy replied. " 'Twenty minutes?' exclaimed the house hunter. 'Nonsense! The adver tisement says five.' " 'Well,' said the boy, 'you can be lieve me or you can believe the adver tisement; but I ain't tryin' to make a sale.' " COFFEE DRINKING A Doctor Says it Weakens the Heart. "In my opinion," says a well known German physician, "no one can truth fully say that coffee agrees with him, as it has long since been proven that caffeine, contained in coffee, is an in jurious, poisonous substance which weakens and degenerates the heart muscles. "For this reason the regular use ot coffee, soon or late, causes a condition of undernourishment, which leads to various kinds of organic disease. "Convinced of this fact, I have often sought for some healthful beverage to use instead of coffee. At last I found the thing desired in Postum. Having had occasion to forbid people using coffee, whose hearts were affected, I have recommended Postum as a bev erage, since it is free from all injuri ous or exciting substances. I know this from results in my own family, and among patients. "Hundreds of persons who now use Postum in place of coffee, are greatly benefited thereby." "There's a Reason." Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Read, "The Road to .Wellville," in pkgs. MONTANA NEWS JUDGE STARTS THINGS. Scores Attempts to Define "Reasona ble Doubt." In concurring with the other jus tices of the supreme court in deciding the grand larceny case of the state against Frank Delea, Judge Smith de livered an opinion in which he said it seemed the English language was in adequate properly to define reasona ble doubt," and that some courts are not Satisfied with the accepted defini tion; He then asked how a. jury of laymen could be aided or guided by it,. He said they were words which did not re quire explanation, and the more nn merous'the efforts made so to do, the greater became the confusion. He declared it was a matter of com rnon knowledge that unscrupulous law yers seized upon it, repeated and reit erated it to jurymen until they were led to believe the words had some deep, occult meaning. He declared this system of paternalism practiced toward jurors should be abandoned, as unquestionably it led not a few of them to believe that the law, instead of being founded on common sense, deals in nothing but technicalities. He closed as follows: "I maintain therefore that we should give our trial judges credit for the in tegrity, learning, discretion and con sideration for their oaths of office that they in reality possess, and that out jurors should be treated as men of in telligence and not as children." The opinion has created a sensation not only in legal circles but through out the city as well, in view of the fact that within recent months not a few criminals have been released on what are regarded as mere technicali ties. HORSE GIVES FIRE ALARM. Kicks Down Door of Burning Stable. Runs to House and Awakens Master. From Hamilton, home of the late Marcus Daly and location of the re nowned Daly ranch and breeding sta bles, comes word of a horse which is said to be Ihe most intelligent animal in the world. Although only twenty months of age and with only six months' education, this wonderful horse has already exhibited an inteili gence which classes him on a par with, or superior to, the famous ' Hans" of European fame, or "Jim Key" of this country. ' This horse, which has been named "Hamilton," after the town of his birth and subsequent training, can per form tricks and do fancy steps which make him seem possessed of more than human knowledge. He can feign the five stages of colic in a horse, can lie down, put a pillow under his head and draw a blanket over him, can light a match and ignite a lamp, can play chimes, make change of coins in a bucket of water and a half a hundred other things. But he exhibits a knowl edge outside of what has been taught, him. " ' When caught in a burning barn, he kicked down the door and then went to the door of the house where his owner and trainer. Bert Fuller, was living, and kicked at that door until the inmates were aroused and came to the rescue of the stock in the build ing. He can remember persons very clearly and will pick out people in a crowd whom he has met weeks before. "Hamilton's" fame has already spread to all corners of the state, and newspaper writers from all sections have come to see him. His owner is considering giving public exhibitions free of charge, much after the nature of the "Jim Key" exhibitions two years ago. RAILROAD JOB IS AWARDED. It is reported at Helena on what is regarded as reliable authority that the Northern Pacific has let the contract for the building of a new route over the Rocky mountains westward from Helena to Winston Bros.. Twin City contractors. For several months heavy rails and tie shipments have been made to Elliston. The new route will be by way of McDonald pass, southwest of Helena, and by using it the Mullan tunnel and so-called Helena hill, so prolific of wrecks, will be avoided. Another reason why the Northern Pacific is anxious to secure the route is to prevent its use by the Sr. Paul, whose intention to shorten its coast, line through building from Lombard to Garrison, by way of Helena, has been officially announced from Chicago. NO TRUE BILL FOR MRS. GRAY. The federal grand jury submitted its final report to Judge W. H. Hunt and was discharged. ^Tlie expected indict ment of Helen Pierce Gray, the East ern newspaper and magazine writer, on the charge of defrauding the In dians, did not materialize, but the grand jury took occasion severely to criticise officers of the Indian Rights association, who have been active in bringing about her exoneration through counter charges against gov ernment employes at the Eastern Mon tana reservation. A Needed Operation. "Surgeons in New York recently op erated on a patient and removed sij internal organs." "I wish they would operate on out flat, and remove a few pianos and » phonograph." Cause and Effect. Mrs. McSosh—I would never have married you if I had known that, you drank. Mr. MeSosh—I'd never 've drank U you hr^u't married me. One of the Essential* of the happy homes of to-day is a vast fund of information as to the best methods of promoting health and happiness and right living and knowledge of the world's best products. Products of actual excellence and reasonable claims truthfully presented and which have attained to world-wide acceptance through-the approval of the Well-Informed of the World; not of indi viduals only, but of the many who have the happy faculty of selecting and obtain ing the best the world affords. 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Frederick Sandys, described by Rus kin as the greatest of English draughtsmen, was once asked before he was known to fame to paint the portrait of the mayor of a town, a most estaimable grocer. The spokes man of the deputation said that the committee was prepared to pay a? high as $50 for a good portrait, but on seeing the artist's face grow long, added that they only wanted a half length. "Oh, of course, that makes a difference," said the artist, most urbanely. "Which half would you prefer, gentlemen?" BABY CRIED AND SCRATCHED All the Time—Covered with Tortur ing Eczema—Doctor Said Sores Would Last for Years—Per fect Cure by Cuticura. "My baby niece was suffering from ; that terrible torture, eczema. It was i all over her body but the worst was ! on her face and hands. She cried and J scratched all the time and could not ' sleep night or day from the scratch ing. I had her under the doctor's care for a year and a half and he seemed to do her no good. I took her to the best doctor in the city and ho said that she would have the sores until she was six years old. But if I had depended on the doctor my baby would have lost her mind and 1 died from the want of aid. But I used Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment and she was cured in three months. Alice L. Dowell, 4769 Easton Ave., St. Louis, Mo., May 2 and 20, 1907." Nothing to Tell. "But theatrical productions without plots seem to succeed." "They have their uses. They silence the contingent who have seen the per formance before." DR. J. H. RINDLAUB, (Specialist), Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Fargo, N. D. Answer Me That. "They say it's hard to live with a genius." "Bosh! Were not all women gen iuses, how would most families exist?" When you face misfortune it is time to turn your back on discouragement. Better a word in season than an hour's lecture out of season. 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