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US § am (mm % '■ mm >v :< ,„v gM to f V. !'(■ i ✓ y X > f ■V, •> .5 V iZ It Ji Vv... \ ft • ... t s. ■ft <■ w / -.v /r. ' A 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. t 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. (4 Painful Periods 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 is a severe strain on a woman's vitality, — if it is painful something is wrong. Don't take narcotics to deaden the pain, but remove the cause —perhaps it is caused by irregularity or womb displace ments, or the development of a tumor. Whatever it is, Lydia JB. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is guaranteed to cure it. If there is anything about your case about which you would like special advice, write freely to Mrs. Pinkham. She will treat your letter as strictly confidential. She can surely help you, for no person in America can speak from a wider experience in treating female ills. She has helped hundreds of thousands of women back to health. Her address is Lynn, Mass., and her advice is free. You are very foolish if you do not accept her kind invitation. Details of Another Case. "Dear Mrs. Pinkham: — Ignorance and carelessness is the cause of most of the suffer ings of women. I believe that if we properly understood the laws of health we would all be well, but if the sick W'omen only knew the truth about Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound, they would be saved much suffer ing and would soon be cured, " 1 used it for five months for a local diffi culty which had troubled me for years, and for which I had spent hundreds of dollars in the vain endeavor to rec tify. My life forces were being sapped, ind I was daily losing my vitality. Lydia E. PinkhanTs Vegetable Compound cured me completely, and 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. Mrs. Pinkham, whose address is Lynn, Mass., will answer cheer fully and without cost all letters addressed u> her by sick women. ** f 9S 604 ....WE.... TREAT and CURE m CATARRH and *11 curable dluiin of the eye. ear, noce, throat. Iun|i. stom ach. liver, bowels, kidneys, bladder and all chronic, nervoua and private diseases of both sexes, and diaaa.se* of children. V m Home Treatment Cure*. Write for free symptom Hat If joo can not cull. Conxultntlon Free. w W Special Offer in Private Diseases DH. a. J. SHORES. DU. U. W. SHORES. Unfortunate., of both sexo wbr> are suffering from Private Disease* whether caused by lgnor enoe, excess or contagion -have alway. been looked upon as legitimate prey by the Shark. and* Charlatan* who pose a» Speolallita'' and rob the sufferer for worthies, treatment. PH8. SHORES DO NOT ASK TOO' TO DAT THEM ONE DOLLAR UNTIL CURED LNLBaS YOU WI8H TO YOURSELF. DKS. SHORES' KNOW TilET CAN CLUE AND DO LURE PRIVATE DISEASES IN BOTH SEXES PERMANENTLY, and to PROVE their skill. In this class of ailments, they I real and cure such cases before the patient. 1. required to pay Drs. Shores' one dollar. Or those who prefer, may pay the foe In .mall weekly or monthly In.'allmen'. asthe cure progresses. THIS HONEST PLAN OF DEALING WI TH THE AFFLICTED, deals a death blow to Hie Quack and Fakir who demand, all Cash, In exchange for empty promises Did you ever hear of a Fakir refunding a penny to a duped patient? 'I ake no chances- rou cannot lo.e your money If you don't pay It out. Nine-tenth, of so called "WEAKNESSES OF MEN" are simply the*result of enlarged or Inflamed PROSTATE GLAND—Dr*. Shores new LOCAL TREATMENT for such eases, INVARI ABLY CURES- ask other Doctor, how many case, ihey cure under the old and uaele.s plan of treatment fur this trouble. We core LOST MANIDIOD. Seminal Weakne-,. Spermatorrhoea. GONORRHOEA. SYPHILIS. 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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 Against the 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 east. in a scabbard of hide. a 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 cross. One grave contained a heavy cuirass of plates bound together with iron wire. 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 of women. 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. ''Well, Mr. said the landlord, "how do you like our western coun try?" "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 ton." « 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 table. "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 time."—Boston Herald. 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 and East. 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 in common by their Christian virnr-s. j If j A TWENTIETH CENTURY FLYER IN THE MEDICAL FIELD. ' j KheniVisli.in Itapidty anrt Kadi oily ( ui ril. Quirk Work of a Famuim Kcineily. Convenience, comfort, saf"ty, speed demanded by the traveling public in our rapid century and the keenest intellects constantly at work on these problems j are making wonderful progress in the ; construction of the steamship and the j locomotive. Like results are sought in ; medicines and Dr. Williams' Pink Pills | for Pale People are astonishing the world j rapid onre of obstinate maladies, such a* 1 rheumatism. With speed they combine j convenience, perfect safety and cheap ness. are by the triumphs they are winning in the Here is fresh proof of their concen trated virtues; Mrs. Margaret Gantz, of No. 1537 Bodcman slreet, Burlington, Iowa, is an industrious German woman, who about two and a halt' years ago 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 icine and if I ever have rheumatism Again I will get a box right away. I have told many friends what they did for me and I am glad to have everybody know. This is valuable news to all who suf fer from rheumatism. These pills have also cured stubborn coses of locomotor ataxia, part ial paralysis, St. Vitus' dance, Bciatioa, neuralgia, nervous headache, palpitation of the heart and all forms of weakness in male or female. They are sold by all druggists, or will be sent directly from the Dr. Wil liams Medicine Co., Schenectady, N.Y., ou receipt of the price, fifty cents box; six boxes for two dollars and u half. Look for the full name ou every box. She buys : my a n per Great Britain's Shame. 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. Mother Cray's Sweet Powders for Children. Successfully used by Mother Gray, nurse In the Children's Home in New York, cure Constipation, Feverishness, Bad Stomach, Teething Disorders, move and regulate the Bowels and Destroy Worms Over SO,000 tes timonials. At all Druggists, 25c. Sample FREE. Address A. S.Olmsted, LeKov.N Y. 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. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A.A. A.A. A. A. AA. A. A. A.A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A-A.AB ► ► Penetration is the cardinal virtue of ► ► St. Jacobs Oil ► ► P in the treatment of ► Rheumatism c It penetrates lo the seat of torture as no other external remedy has been known to do and thousands certify to cures. Price 25c, and 50c. ► P ► : ITYTTTTT'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTITTTTYTTT I I i l/KllMitlikl&l T I < lira K t m m t £ I & I afflicted with aore uhc ; Thompson's Eye Water hen Answering Advertisement? Kindly Mention This Paper „ bUrttSwHtRi. Ad Best Cough Syrup. T i _ In time. Sold by dniggjxt. fill. ELSE (AILS, aste. Good. Due CON ON <f> 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 gineer TEA You like t^ood tea, and you like the effect of it. Whose 5 Whose ? Your Kr«M like Nehiiliutf'*. Hoi. imiey If you ilon'l Home. 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 Where someone name. —Edith Livingston Smith in Good Housekeeping. breathes your TEA We Americans think we are smart; but tea is too much for us. We are the worst of buy ers of it; so they say. Yi 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 ntflcent mosque. TEA Do you make it right Do you make it right Do you make it right Do you make it right Tn every i^*rk*g« of HrbtHInir'e Henfc *Jt»% >• * booklet liu« to Make OimmI Ten. Motor Postofflcs. An electric motor pontofflce la be ing tried, with apparent suceeos, la Milan Vr. I)»»lil Kennedy'* Favorite Remedy, the Great kldn.y .Ml Urn-Cure, World Kamcii*. Writ. Dr. Kennedy'. Sou., Itumlout, K. T.. (or fro. .ample botkla. A Hindrance. "Why is It that a scientist seldom Secomes rich?" "A scientist," said he practical man, "becomes too much accustomed to dealing with large quantities. If he makes a cal culatlon that Is only a few million years or few million miles out of the way he doesn't complain. Ami he can always figure that he Is within a few million dollars of being rich."—Wash ington Star. KELIAKLK ASSAYS. .. $ .76 : Gold and Silver_W.WI • 76 I Oold, Silver, Copper 1.60 Hvmpi.kx IIV Mail kk« kivk prompt atp ntion. Placer Gold. ReU'tts and Rich Ores (ac ight Send for Free Mailing envelopes and Price List Ofidrn Assay Co.. Arapahoe St., Denver. Coin. Oold., Lead Fc-htig Music -Everybody ken-1 dime fer Illustrated booklet, "How Mimic Cure*." Wonderful, practical. Invaluable. Vlbrocltord Co,,2»ia tu-s Av«,,bt. Lou In. W. N. U.. Salt Lai<e No. 49. 1904.