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RUOID OF A GREAT MEDICINE A Prominent Cincinnati Woman Tells How Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound Completely Cured Her. The great good Lydia E. Finkham'a Vegetable Compound is doing among the women of America is attracting the attention of many of our leading scientists, and thinking people gener ally. a it ": < -t -i * ;■ •I'; . i il ill m r, ' • m m •iji Hi ■«, "S'7 4 - tkii'..... A/rj Sam pYi'/jon The following letter is only one of manv thousands which are on file in the Pinkham office, and go to pi beyond question that Lydia E. P ham's Vegetable Compound must be a remedy of great merit, otherwise it could not produce such marvelous re sults among sick and ailing women. Dear Mm. Pinkham:— " About nine months ago I was a great suf ferer with womb trouble, w hich caused severe ? iuent ailed rove ink me pain extreme nervousness and fre neadaehes, from which the doctor to relieve me. 1 tried Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, and within a short time felt better, and after taking five bottles of it I was entirely cured. I therefore heartily recommend your Compound splendid uterine tonic. It makes the monthly periods regular and without pain ; and what a blessing it is to find such a remedy after many doctors fail to help you. I am pleased to recommend it to all suffering women."— Mrs. Sara Wilson, 51 East 3d Street, Cincin nati, Ohio. •s a so If you have suppressed or painful menstruation, weakness of the stom ach. indigestion, bloating, leucorrhiea, flooding, nervous prostration, dizzi ness, faintness, "don't-care" " want-to-be-left-alone " feeling, citability, backache or the blues, these are sure indications of female weak ness, some derangement of the uterus or ovarian trouble. In such cases there is one tried and true remedy—Lvdia E. Pinkhain's Vegetable Compound. and ex Treating Wrong Disease. Manv times women call on their family I physicians «:.ffering, as they| one from dyspepsia, a othei from heart disease, another from liver or kidney dis ease, another from nervous exhaustion or prostration, another with pain here and there and in tills way they all present toliko'to themselves and their easy-going and Indifferent, or over-busy doctor, sep arate and distinct diseases, for which he. j assuming them to be such, prescribes his , pills and potions. In reality they aro all only symptoms caused by some womb dis ease. The physician, ignorant of the j route of suffering, encourages this prac- j tfee until large bills are made. The suf-; hering patient gets no bettor, but prob ably worse, by reason of the delay, wrong treatment and consequent complications, A proper medicine like I)r. Pierce's Fa vorite Prescription, directed to the cause would have entirely removed the disease, thereby dispelling all those distressing eymptoms, and instituting comfort in stoad of prolonged misery. It has been j well said that, "a disease known is half cured " 111 cases almost Innumerable, after all other medicines had failed to j Help and doctors had said there was no cure possible, the use of Dr. Pierce's Fa vorite Prescription, supplemented when necessary by medical advice and counsel of Dr. Pierce, has resulted In a perfect and permanent cure. The genuineness of: those cures is attested not only by the entire disappearance of pain, but by a ! train of flesh, a clear complexion and a cheerful disposition. ^ T ,. , I A Scientific Medicine.— Dr. Pierces Favorite Proscription Is a scientific, med icine, carefully devised by an experienced and skillful physician, and adapted to) woman's delicate organism. It is purely j vegetablc in its composition and per- | fectly harmless In its effects in any It contains no | other injuri- j r -r i wou1d y ne°ve'r be weU untT! went to the hospital. Knowing what I did of Tour medicine I concluded to try it and felt euro It would cure me. To-day I thank God for Dr. Pierce's medicine. 1 began keeping house the lttli day of April and was just able to crawl about and in three weeks I could do all my own work, laundry and all. 1 have condition of the system. alcohol, opium, digitalis Ingredient. Da. R. V. Pieuck, Buffalo. N. Y.: or ous 110,000 Plants for 16 c. —.^America. There ,1s mason fur thl«. W« own over 5,0i» acres tor the 1 '♦i dilution of our warranted ^predented offer: [ For 13 Centm Postpaid \ 1000 Early. M.dlva. ami Lai. uebafea, I 1*000 Fin* Joley Turnip* /a 000 Blanching Celery, / aooo llleh Nuitr Lettuce* L 1000 Splendid Onion*, j ) 1000 Rare LuMlona lUdUhM, \ 9 1000 eiorlou.lj Brilliant Howtn. Above seven imrLatfrsronUlnauffl olent seed to grow 10,000 plants, fur nUhimr buihela of flower* and loin anti lots <>f choice i vegetables, toifi'tlier with our great I catalog,telliiigall about P lu wer». ' Roses, Small Fruits, etc., all for , Its in stamps nml thla notltea L gig HO page catalog alone, Ac. Sk JOHN A. SAUER SEED CO, ))]] w.m.v. La Croaae, Wia. v> i I SEVEN LEADERS Barred riymmitb Kork, Black Mlnaroaa. Kborte Inland Reds. Huff orplngtona, Brown Leghorn, Whlta I ouhorn White W tons. Brown Leghorn, White Leghorn 'White Wyandottes All prUe winners. Kggs.« for 16. Writeus. Getthebest. and Brooders. Chick food. #rs. r,gg!' Incubatu Also rf. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH VOGELER SEED CO -atsr WONDERFUL SILK OF SPIDER. Withstands Heat That Cracks Lenses of a Micrometer. The astronomer after the exper ience of many years has found that the spider furnishes the only thread which can be successfully used Id carrying on his work. The spider lines mostly used ar* from one-fifth to one-seventh of a thousandth of an inch in diameter, and, in addition to their strength and elasticity, they have the peculiar property of withstanding great changes of temperature, and often when measuring the sun spots, al though the heat is so intense as to crack the lenses of the micrometer eyepiece, yet the spider lines are not in the least injured. The threads of the silkworm, al though of great value as a commer cial product, are so coarse and rough compared with the silk of the spider that they cannot be used in such in struments. Spider lines, although but a frac tion of a thousandth of an inch in diameter, are made up of several thousands of microscopic streams of fluid, which unite and form a single line, and it is because of this that they remain true and round under the highest magnifying power. An instance of the durability of the spider lines is found at the Alleghany observatory, where the same set of lines in the micromoter of the transit instrument has been Id use since 1859. Urn Buried for 2,000 Years. In the neighborhood of Bourne mouth, England, recently, during the construction of a new road the exca vators cut into a mound, which is in dicated upon the map as an ancient buriel ground, and a large sun-baked clay urn was unearthed. It was in a remarkable state of preservation and was intact. The roots of the heather had forced their way into the interior of the receptacle and into the assies and dust, it contained. The urn was estimated in lie 2.000 years old. Grand Opera in Georgia. Last Tuesday night the grand opera people left an order for twenty bottles of beer, six half pints and two pints of whisky.—Augusta (Ga.) iYerald. taken six bottles of Dr. Pierce's medicine and «'ui-oU. a T mil fu nfy l°ad^riends about Dr . Pierce s wonderful medicine. They . lH S&>1 )lou eu0 <j you are looking Mrs. Tay | t ,r." and 1 answer It is all due to f)r. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Thanking you once more for your kind 1 remain. Youre truly, Box ffl '' s px 'tng Arbor, Mass, lute in place of favorite 1 roscriptiou. There is nothing in the world just 8 good." although avaricious druggists will sometimes say so for the sake of the greater profit to be made upon the in ferior article. Shun al such, Every wise and careful housewife recog nizes the value of a good home medical book. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Med ical Adviser is that, kind of a book and the best of its kind. It used to soli for $1.50 per copy. Now a big edition is be ing given away-FREE. tor paper-cov ered copy, send 21 one-cent stamps to cover mailing only. French cloth bind ing ten cents extra. Address Dr. K. V. Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y. a little now and then, with a gentle lax ative, or, if need be, with a more search ing and cleansing, yet gentle cathartic, to remove offending matter from the stomach and bowels, to tone up and invigorate the liver and ouickcn Its tardy action, and you thereby avoid a multitude of derangements and dis eases. qj a |] known agents to accomplish ^is purpose. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel are unequaled. Once used they aro a ] W ays in favor. Their secondary effect jg keep the bowels open and regu j ar ^ not ^ f ur tiier constipate, as is case 0 ther pills. Hence, their „ reat popularity with sufferers from Habitual constipation, piles and their attendant discomfort and manifold de rangements. The "Pleasant Pellets" aro valuable in all cases of biliousness, sick and bili ous headache, dizziness costiveness, or constipation of the bowels, sour Stomach, w indy belchings, " heart-burn, ' pain and jj 8tn , sg a f ter eating, and kindred de ^ i tll0 ] lver stomach and I bowels. An honest dealer will not urge a substi ,i ASSIST NATURE ALFALFA SEED BAILEY & SONS B. 2ND SO. ST., SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH Are headquarters for the best quality Alfalfa Seed also Grass and Garden Seeds, Grain, Grain Bags, Twine, etc. In seed business 40 yrs. Mail orders given special attention. ST. MARK'S HOSPITAL SALT LAKE CITY O. C. HUNTING, Superintendent ASSAYED AND CHEMIST. Specimen prices: Gold, Silver, Lead, II; Gold. Sil ver. 75c; Gold, 50c; Zinc or Copper, *1. Cyanide tests. Mailing envelopes and full price list sent on applica tion. Control and Umpire work solicited. Lead Vllle, Colo. Reference,Carbonate National B«Dk. HOWARD E. BURTON, W. N. U., Salt Uake-No. 13. 1905. a ZEE all else fails. Tutes Good, d hr druggists. IT Use h Syrup, in time. Bold n ■Bn CONSUMPTION ly CARPENTER BOSSED THE SHOW One Case Where Richard Mansfield | Yielded His Authority. Another tale of the urbanity of Mr. Mansfield, the actor, is going around the theaters. With his company is a stage car penter whom Mr. Mansfield considers the acme of perfection in his line, just as Kichard himself is in his. Now, this carpenter, whom Mr. Mansfield would not lose for the best leading lady in the land, has his own eccen tricities, even as Mr. Mansfield has his. One afternoon during the time of rehearsal the carpenter was heard pounding with his hammer in the wings. Mr. Mansfield sent a messen ger to tell the carpenter to desist, but the pounding went right on vigor ously. Finally Richard in high dudgeon strode into the wings himself, and above the noise of the poundings Mr. Mansfield's objections could be heard. One actress, bolder than the rest, crept near the scene in the wings. She beheld Richard bending over the carpenter, who was on his knees pounding aw r ay. "What do you mean?'' cried Mr. "Why don't you stop Mansfield, when I tell you to?" "Sh—sh—" said the carpenter, not ceasing to let his hammer fall. "You—you—" cried the enraged master. "Don't you know who's talk ing to you, you blockhead of an old fool?" The carpenter looked up a minute, "Speak piano, Richard," he said, "you will disgrace yourself with the peo ple on the stage." And he resumed his good hearty strokes. Mr. Mansfield walked off. "The car penter runs this show," he com plained. Some of the company think Rich ard's right. THE LIFE AFTER DEATH. „ ... . . „ ! Bulwer-Lytton Believed It Would Be Progressive. writing In Black- ! A Welsh lady, wood's Magazine on her visit to Kneb worth in 1857, says that Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton spoke thus on the sub ject of spirits: He said he did not believe we should reach the highest heaven when we die. "No," lie continued, "it is not likely that we, Imperfect as we are, should lie suddenly ushered Into the Divine Presence on leaving this world; minds would not be prepared tor so we are far too'sinful for our much glory; Wo shall pass through success that. ive stages of existence, rising higher and higher until we reach the fullness of knowledge and of happiness. We cannot expect instant transition from darkness to light, which to us would Does not be insufferably bright, everything progress? sion the order of all God's work here? Why not hereafter? It is strange," he went on, "that all spirits, when ques tioned about heaven, agree in stating that into our next stage of being we shall carry the pursuits and character istics of mind which earth, but all refined and ennobled. None of them, however, profess to have reached to the great knowledge of our final heaven, nor to know by what means we shall pass from one stage to another." Is not progres are ours on The Surprise. "It was up at Blimley's last night and Blimley insisted on having that 7-year-old daughter of his recite for us. "That's just like a doting father." "Yes. The child was willing enough to show off and so she got up and told us how Sarah Bernhardt would recite 'Jack and Jill.' " "Good gracious! What did Blimley do?" "He sat there smiling fatuously. Of all had to applaud and then course we the little one gave an imitation of Maude Adams, and another of Annie Russell, and still another of Anna •Held." "Well. And of course you well! had to applaud?" "Of course." "And Blimley sat there all the tim< under the impression that you really being entertained?" He sat there nodding and chuckling and looking like a happy iciiot." "What, an aw'ful bore it must have been." "It wasn't." were "Yes. Why not?" "Wasn't? "Because the child is phenomenally Cleveland Plain Dealer. clever." Who Would I Be? Had T the choice my wife I'd choose to the tribute to her worth I (Forgive pay) If but to And filch the wn y; fathom all her love for me secret of her winsome The tender hopes, the trust that never fails, , .. ,, . The faith, the constancy, the patient the courage that and toils and sorrowings to care, The steadfast heart, avails Life's tears bar. with such sweet fortltui* the To live space . . Of one brief day were task enough for man; . ... Yet she inherits but the simple grace Bestowed on womanhood when earth began. —Tatler. ARMY CHAPLAIN SEVERE KIDNEY AND BLADDER TROUBLE. CHAPLAIN D. L JAYCOX. SI '-vj m TO V, & iis V* •V <? \ h7 hi Bra r:hr ? 1 \ j£S| fe. (Rfi Sp s jneH •TORS I i £ LS c. gBSfocv HALF OUR ILLS ARE CATARRH. \e * 3 Thousands of People Have Kidney Trouble and Don't Know It Is Catarrh. c ■o : A c 04* j They have doc tored with every conceivable drug, have consul ted a 11 schools of medicine. ] t was not until l'eru na came in to use, how ever, that these old soldiers found a remedy that would actually cure them. Afore cases of catarrh of kidney a and bladder have been cured by Peruna than all other medicines combined. Address Dr. S. B. Hartman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio, and he will be pleased to give you the benefit of bis medical advice gratis. All correspondence held strictly confi dential. }X Mr. David L. Jayeox, Chaplain Clarinda, I. O. G. T., and Chaplain G. A. R., 865 Broadway, Oakland, Cal., writes: *7 am an old war veteran. Icon traded severe bladder and kidney trouble. I spent hundreds of dollars and consulted a host of doctors, but neither did me any good. "Perunahas proven the best medi cine 1 ever used. My pains are gone and I believe myself to he cured. I feel well and would not be without a bottle in time of need for ten times its cost." rjfc iPg; 3* il Hundreds of war veterans have kid ney and bladder trouble. Impure drinking water, sleeping on H . the if roun ' / - and a,t manner of expo sures to wet and cold weather produced catarrh of the kidneys and bladder. The Secret of Good Coffee pood cup of Even the best housekeepers cannot make coffee without good material. Dirty, adulterated and queerly blended coffee such as unscrupulous dealers shovel over their counte rs won't do. But take the pure, clean, natural flavored a LION COFFEE, the leader ol all package collees— the coffee that for over a quarter of a century has been daily welcomed in millions of homes—and you will make a drink ht for a king in this way; H0W TO MAKE GOOD COFFEE. <?f d^vour^ON^OOF^Mrtther^'ne. 1 'Trie^'a'uhlespoonfufto^ri^cup', and one » WITH BOILING WATEtt. 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