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M iss Nettie Blackmore, Minneapolis,
tells how any young woman may be per
manently cured of monthly pains by taking
Lydia E* Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Young Women; — I had frequent headaches of a severe nature,
dark spots before my eyes, and at my menstrual periods I suffered
untold agony. A member of the lodge advised me to try Lydia E.
Pinkhands Vegetable Compound, but I only scorned good advice and
felt that my case was hopeless, but she kept at me until I bought a
bottle and started taking it. I soon had the best reason in the world to
change my opinion of the medicine, as each day mv health improved, and
finally I was entirely without pain at my menstruation periods. I am most
grateful." —Kama Blackmore, 28 Central Are., Minneapolis, Minn.
quickly and permanently overcome by Lydia E. Pinkliam's
Vegetable Compound. The above letter is only one of hundreds of
thousands which prove this statement to be a fact. Menstruation
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Details of Another Case.
"Dear Mrs. Pinkham: — Ignorance and
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" 1 used it for five months for a local diffi
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tify. My life forces were being sapped,
ind I was daily losing my vitality.
Lydia E. PinkhanTs Vegetable
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I am now enjoying the best of health, and am most grateful, and only
too pleased to endorse such a great remedy." — Miss Jennie L. Edwards,
II St, N. W, Washington, D. C.
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BURIAL CUSTOMS OP OLD.
Warriors Laid to Rest With All Their
A cemetery belonging to a garrison
of I,ongobards has been found near
Ascoli on the Tronto at a pass across
the Apennines in Italy. The site of
(he fort is the top of an island of
rock now^occupied by a little hamlet
called Castel Trosino. All the war
Near the head was found a
comb made of horn or bone and a
round shield with iron boss. On the
right lay a long, straight iron sword
right shoulder was laid a long wooden
spear and on the left a dagger in
highly ornamented sheath, decorated
with gold, as well as a bow and arrows
riors were laid with their faces to the
in a scabbard of hide.
in a quiver.
Generally there was present the
buckle of a broad belt, often deco
rated applique for belt and scabbard,
fashioned of gold, silver or bronze.
Small gold plates seem to have been
sewed to the coat in the shape of a
One grave contained a heavy
cuirass of plates bound together with
The horsemen had big
shears for clipping manes and a large
bronze feed trough with two movable
handles; often bits, saddles and har
ness were laid beside the dead.
By the women were worn gold hair
pins, with rounded flat heads, gold
earrings of different shapes, linger
rings and gold plates. One ring has
the names Gerontlus and llegina en
graved on it. Crosses and necklaces
of gold and beads of glass. .silver
bracelets, pottery vases and plates of
glass, cups, combs and other articles
of the toilet accompany the remains
In Kansas After the War.
After (he civil war a Boston man
was stopping at the Planters' house,
the principal hotel of Leavenworth,
Kan., and coming down to breakfast
late one morning he partook of that
meal with the landlord.
said the landlord,
"how do you like our western coun
"I like it very well," said the Bos
ton man, ''or would if society here
were in a more settled state."
"Nonsense," said the landlord, "our
society is as settled as that of Bos
Just then a man named Anthony
burst into the dining-room and out of
a back door, with a man named Jen
nison pumping lead at him at every
jump, and following him out into the
outbuilding in the rear of the hotel.
"How about society being as settled
here as in Boston?" said the Boston
man as he and the landlord crawled
out from under opposite sides of the
"I had forgotten about that Anthony
Jennison matter," said the landloid;
"but if Doc Jennison has caught up
with Anthony that is settled by this
All Fair in Politics.
Gen. Rock wood Hoar relates an
amusing instance of the humors of a
political campaign. It appears that a
year ago during the campaign for the
re-election of Gov. Bates and Lieut.
Gov. Guild, portraits of those candi
dates, as well as those of the opposite
party were to be seen posted all
through the state of Massachusetts.
The rival bill posters must have
been in great haste each to outdo the
other, for it would seem that they
were not always caretul where they
put their pictures.
While passing through Haverhill
one day the candidates were greatly
disconcerted to observe their portraits
pasted on one billboard over a litho
graphic announcement of a theatrical
attraction. Under the counterfeit pre
sentments of the candidates were the
words: "Vote for Bates and Guild."
The portion of the theatrical litho
graph not covered by the political por
traits bore the legend: "The Greatest
Vaudeville Team on Earth."
Students of Political Economy.
One of the most interesting young
Englishwomen in America in many
a year is Lady Dorothy Legge, daugh
ter of the earl of Dartmouth, who trav
eled front Boston to Hanover. N. IT, j
with her parents to see her father lay j
the corner stone of a new building for ;
the college bearing his name. ]>ady
Dorothy is a deep student of political
economy, and, like her brother, Vis
count Lewisham, is a warm admirer
of the younger nations. The viscount
and his sister long have watched the
development of two wonderful peoples
—the Americans and the Japanese.
Both believe the world's progress i
hinges in large measure on the men- j
tal trend of the Yankees of tbe West
New Sect in Irjsiand.
A new sect known as John th^
tist Pilgrims is conducting a tM
in the North of Ireland, and ■
fresh adherents daily. The
believe in baptism by imrne^H
having "no c-< rt iin dwelling
in depending upon God for
caries of lift'." They lmvo^MJj
by their Christian virnr-s.
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Here is fresh proof of their concen
Mrs. Margaret Gantz,
of No. 1537 Bodcman slreet, Burlington,
Iowa, is an industrious German woman,
who about two and a halt'
found herself in danger of losing her
power to work altogether.
" I got rheumatism which made my
knees and elbows very still' and painful.
I had difficulty in raising my arms and
I could hardly lift my feet over
doorstep. I ought to have gone to bed,
but I couldn't afford to do that, so I
forced myself to work in spite of the pain
and stiffness. After suffering for about
six months, I was told about Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills for Pule People by
friend, who said she had been cured by
them. On her advice, I bought one box
and in two weeks after I began to use
them I was well and I have had no need
to use them now for nearly two years.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are a good med
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Again I will get a box right away. I
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This is valuable news to all who suf
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ou receipt of the price, fifty cents
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If the paupers In Great Britain were
Arranged In a procession, four abreast,
it is computed that the procession
would be nearly 100 miles in length.
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The Japanese Coiffure.
In Japan a woman's age may be
told by the way she arranges her hair.
The style of coiffure also announces
whether she is married or single. The
hair of a maiden of eighteen is dress
ed In the "butterfly" style; that is,
with many loops and bowknots. Be
tween twenty and twenty-five, the
triple coiffure is worn; this consists
of three loops only.
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Big Hairpin Factory.
The grcaipst of the world's msnu
factories of hairpins is at I'ainxwlrk.
a village in the Stroud valley, at the
foot of .he cotawolda There are no
fewer than three hundred persons ere
' ployed in turning out these trifles of
the boudoir, and hundreds of auto
n.atie machines are in constant opera
tion transforming miles of wire into
tons of finished pins.— lxmdon En
You like t^ood tea, and
you like the effect of it.
like Nehiiliutf'*. Hoi.
imiey If you ilon'l
The little resting spots , ; f men
That creep along Time s wall,
Like shadows in the noonday glare
Are kindest after all.
When wearied by the morn of toil.
Burned with ambition's flame,
'Tis sweet to seek the humble spot
—Edith Livingston Smith in Good
We Americans think we
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much for us.
We are the worst of buy
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ir g nicer return* y<
like HohlUtiiK * Beet .
ir money If you don*
Mosque for London.
The 2,000 Mohammedans resident in
Ivondon are preparing to erect a mar
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Kennedy'. Sou., Itumlout, K. T.. (or fro. .ample botkla.
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Secomes rich?" "A scientist," said
he practical man, "becomes too
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large quantities. If he makes a cal
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years or few million miles out of the
way he doesn't complain. Ami he can
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million dollars of being rich."—Wash
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