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Tiled , Neivous Mothers
MaKe Unhappy Hemes - Their Condition Irritates
Both Husband and Children—How Thousands
of Mothers Have Been Saved F rom Nervous
Prostration and Made Strong and Well.
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A nervous, irritable mother, often on
the verge of hysterics, is unfit to care
.for children ; it ruins a child's disposi
tion and reacts upon herself. The
trouble between children and their
mothers too often is due to the fact
that the mother has some female weak
ness, and she is entirely nuflt to bear
the strain upon her nerves that govern
ing children involves; it is impossible
for her to do anything calmly.
The ills of women act like a firebrand
tipon the nerves, consequently nine
tenths of the nervous prostration, ner
vous despondency. " the blues," sleep
lessness, and nervous irritability of
women arise from some derangement
of the female organism.
Do you experience tits of depression
with restlessness, alternating with
extreme irritability? Are your spirits
easily affected, so that one minute you
laugh, and the next minute you feel
like crying ?
Do you feel something like a ball ris
ing in your throat and threatening to
choke you ; all the senses perverted,
morbidly sensitive to light and sound ;
'pain in the ovaries, and especially
Detween the shoulders; bearing down
pains; nervous dyspepsia, and alaaest
continually cross and snappy ?
If so, your nerves are in a shattered
condition, and you are threatened with
nervous prostration.
Proof is monumental that nothing in
the world is better for nervous prostra
tion than Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound ; thousands and thou
Ask Mr*. Pinkham's Advice—A Woman Best Understands a Woman's IDs.
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DS. A. J. SHORES.
DR. G. W. SMOKES.
Unfortunates, of both sexe* who are suffering from Private Diseases whether caused by Ignor
ant*, excess or coutagion—have always been looked ii|»on as legitimate pray by the Sharks and
Charlatans who pose as 'Hpeolalists" and rob the sufferer for worthless treat meat. DK8.
SHORES DO NOT ASK YOU TO PAY THEM ONE DOLLAR UNTIL CURED - UNLESS
YOU WISH TO YOURHELF.
DRS. SHORES' KNOW THEY CAN CURE AND DO CURE PRIVATE DISEASES IN BOTH
SEXES PERMANENTLY, aud to PROVE their skill. In this olaaa of ailments, the? treat and
such cases before the patient le required ro pay Drs. Shores' one dollar Or these who prefer,
may pay the fee In email weekly or monthly Ineuilineenis ne the cure progresses.
PLAN OF DEALING WITH THE AFFLICTED deals adt-eth blow to the Quack and Fakir who
demands ell Cash, in exchange for empty promise*. Did you ever hear of a Fakir refunding a
penny to a duped patient? Take no chances you cannot lose your money If yon don't par U out.
Nine-tenths of so called ' WEAKNESSES QF MEN" are simp:y the result of enlarged er
inflamed PRuSTATB GLAND-Dre. Shores new LOCAL TREATMENT for such ca«es. INVAlll
ABLY CURES—*«k other Doctors how many oases they care under tqe old and
treatrneut for tnls trouble. We cure LOST MANHOOD. Seminal Weakness Spermatorrhoea.
QONORKHOEA, SYPHILIS. VARICOCELE and kindred troubles, in less time and for leea
money, than any institution le the west, every case Is confidential—we never
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PRICE,
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ANTI-GRIPINE
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GRIP, BAD COLD, HEADACHE AND NEURALGIA.
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HILL'S CANKER AND DIPHTHERIA REMEDY
: -NEVER FAILS
FOfl THI MOUTH, THROAT
STOMACH AND BOWILI...
Nelden-Judson Drug Co., General Agents,
Salt Laks City, Utah.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
Color more goods brighter and latter colon than any other dye. One 10c package color* all libera. They dye in cold water better than any other dye You can dye
■ny garment without ringing apart Write for tree bookleh-Hew to Dye. Bleach and Mix Colora. MONROE DRUG CO., Union.tile, MI.rn.ourl.
Mrs. Chester Curry, Leader of the
Ladies' Symphony Orchestra, 42 Sara
toga Street, East Boston, M ass., writes :
Dear Mrs Pinkham:—
''For eight years 1 was troubled with ex
treme nervousness and hyBteria, brought on by
irregularities. I could neither enjoy lifo nor
sleep nights; I was very irritable, nervous
and despondent.
"Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg"table Compound
was recommended and proved to bo the only
remedy that helped me. I have daily
improved in health until I am now strong
and well, and ail nervousness has disap
peared."
Mrs. Charles F. Brown, Vice-Presi
dent of the Mothers' Club, 21 Cedar
Terrace, Hot Springs, Ark., writes :
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:—
" X dragged through nine years of miserable
existence, worn out with pain and nervous
ness, until it seemed as though I should fly.
I then noticed a statement of a woman trou
bled as I was, and the wonderful results she
darived from Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound, I derided to try it. I did so, and
at the end of three months I was a different
woman. My nervqusness was all gone. I was
no longer irritable, and my husband fell in
love with me all over again."
Women should remember that Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is
the medicine that holds the record for
the greatest number of actual cures of
female ills, and take no substitute.
Free Advice t« Wernen.
Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass., invites
all sick women to write to her for advice.
Mrs. Pinkham's vast experience with
female troubles enables her to tell
you just what is best for you, and
she will charge you nothing for her
advice.
LAW URGED BY SELF SEEKERS.
Real Animus of Movement Against
Remedies Deservedly Popular.
An adroit hut plausible scheme by
which It Is hoped to prejudice the sale I
»f proprietary medicines Is the propo
sition to prohibit the sale of any rem- !
unless 1
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edy which "contains poison"
each package or bottle is e> pr.
beled "i'oison." Such hills are also
well designed to impose upon men who j
no familiarity with the subject ,
matter. The pretense of protecting
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the public health pul forth in support !
of such hills is gem rally the merest |
i subterfuge; and whenever you hear a
demand for a law of this kind It
originates with thus 1 who have
a direct pecuniary interest to serve by
destroying the sale of proprietary rem
edies.
Some of the best and most widely
used remedies in the world contain
some one ingredient which, if taken
In sufficient quantities, might be poi
sonous, and yet the preparation as a
whole is not poisonous at all. Opium,
for instance, is used in small quanti
ties in many of the best cures for
coughs, colic, diarrhea, etc., in tooth
ache drops and in almost all liniments.
To require such medicines to be false
ly labeled "poison" would be merely a
cunning device to alarm the public
and thus bring about the destruction
of the sale of those remedies, and in
directly to compel people to procure
the medicine they want by the more
expensive method of consulting a phy
slcian and getting his prescription. In
other words. It is an effort to prevent
them from getting cheaply the reme
dies which they and their fathers be
fore them have used for many years.—
Medical exchange.
SAW WHAT SHE WISHED TO SEE.
Another Proof That Wilful Woman
Will Have Her Way.
An old lady in New Hampshire de
elded to try matrimony for the second
time in extreme old age. Her children
and grandchildren and great-grandchil
dren expostulated with her, but she
remained firm and declared she was
going to marry the man.
"Why, you're too old," said they;
"you're losing your faculties,
can't see; If this man was on the other
side of the street you couldn't tell him
from any one else."
The old lady said she was going to
marry him. At last a daughter said:
"Now, we'll put the man on top of the
barn and you shall stand in the kitchen
door. If you can see him on the barn
you shall marry him."
The prospective bridegroom sat on
the ridgepole of the bam, the old lady
came to the door, looked, shaded her
eyes and looked again.
"Do you see him?" called the family.
"Oh, yes," was the reply, "I can see
the man all right, but I don't see the
You
the man all right, but I don't see the
ban "
Here is Relief for Women.
Mother Gray, a nurso in New York, dis
covered a pleasant herb remedy for women's
ills, called AUSTUALIAN-LEAF. It is the
only certain monthly regulator. Cures
female weaknesses, Backache, Kidney and
Urinary troubles. At all Druggists or by
mailöücts. Sample mailed FREE. Address,
The Mother Gray Co., LeRoy, N. Y.
Snakes Barred From Hawaii.
Snakes are not wanted in Hawaii.
A circular issued during the past sum
mer by the secretary of agriculture
says:
nitts shall be issued for the delivery
of suakes of any kind at any port of
the Hawaiian islands," and that "ship
ments of snakes presented for entry
will be immediately destroyed or re
turned to the port from which export
ed at the expense of the owner or
agent."
"Until further notice, no per
Mr«, Wlnriow'« PoothlnK Syrnp.
For children teething, soften« the gurus, reduces fn*
ûamiUHiion, allays pain, cures wind colie. '25c a bottle.
Cure for Hard Cough.
Flaxseed tea with plenty of lemon
juice and loaf sugar Is very soothing
to sore lungs and will often cure a
hard cough.
TEA
Can it be that anyone else
can serve you as well?
Can it be that anyone else
is disposed to serve you as
well ?
returns your money If you don't like
Your içr<
Schilling»Best.
When Marriage Begins to Pall.
The greater proportion of divorces
take place between the fifth and tenth
year of married life.
TEA
was a royal indulgence two
hundred years ago. Tis yet.
Your grocer returns your money tf you don't like
Schilling's Best.
Spend $60,000 for Baskets.
The central markets of Paris use
more than $60,000 - worth of baskets
every year.
TEA
Was ever a wicked man
or woman especially fond of
tea, do you think ?
Concentration of Thought.
Concentration of thought Is most im
portant on whatever exercise is being
carried out.
EASY TO MAKE THINGS RIGHT.
Little Girl Knew Simple Wsy Out of
Difficulty.
The Hotel Helleclaire horn
one of
a woman who
does things contrary to the advice of
her husband. One of the things to
I 'hose rare anomalie!
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1 w htch that unreasonable man objects
* 8 offAslonal "touching up" of his
! wife's hair. Notwithstanding
j forcibly expri
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his
!>ssed opinion on the sub
the rejuvenating process was
i undergone one day last week at the
j hands of a professional hairdresser.
; Hessie, the four-year-old daughter, was
I an interested observer of the opera
tion.
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"Now. Bessie," said her mother,
when the hairdresser had gone, "I
don't want you to say anything to your
father about mamma having had her
hair dressed. Do you understand? If
you don't tell him perhaps he won't
notice it."
Of course Bessie promised to main
tain a discreet silence, -which she did
up to 6 o'clock, when, meeting her
father at the corner, the secret was
promptly sacrificed on the altar of
filial affection. The man was mad and
lost no time in saying so. After he
got through talking Bessie was inter
view by her other parent.
"Bessie," said her mother, sternly,
"what made you tell? I told you not
to."
"Oh, that's all right," said Bessie.
"Don't worry. I can easily lie it back
again."—New York Times.
Where Marston Law Was Good.
In Exeter, Mass., acquaintances of
Gen. Gilman Marston say nothing
ever amused him more than the fol
lowing;
A favorite niece living in the ad
joining town of Brentwood bought a
horse which, not coming up to re
quirements, she promptly took back
and left in the seller's barn. Next day
she found the horse back in her barn.
Twice more she left it and twice was
it returned
Then she called on the general. He
told her to notify the owner that If
there was any more trespassing in
her barn he would be fined $10, and to
tell him that Gilman Marston said
so, and not bring that d—d horse back
again.
The niece promptly tacked up on
her barn the following notice: "Any
trespassing In this barn by man or
beast will be fined $10—by Gilman
Marston." The horse did not come
back.
Call on a Lynn Bank for Beer.
A business institution like a bank
sees little of the humorous side of
life, although now and then some
thing happens to vary the routine.
The employes of a certain national
bank in Lynn., Mass., noted for the
elegance of Its furnishings, such as
desks, marble floors, etc., were In the
midst of their dally labors when an
individual rather the worse for wear
and liquids entered, leaned against
and rolled along the shelf reaching
the whole length of the bank to the
teller's window, wljere he deposited a
nickel and stood rather unsteadily
When asked what he wanted, he said:
"Glass (hlc) of beer." When Informed
it was a hank desk he was leaning
against and not a saloon bar, he hast
ily murmured an apology and sham
bled out.
sham
bled out.
Magnesite Hills.
In the neighborhood of Malelane
and Kaapmuiden, 10 miles from Lour
enco Marquis, in South Africa, large
deposits of magnesite, said to be
equal to the best Grecian article,
have been found. The veins are of
varied width, in many places being
more than 10 feet in thickness, but
the central hill near what is k»own
as Salt Creek appears to be one vast
deposit about 2,000 feet long by 200
feet wide, and upwards of 300 feet
high. According to the estimate made
by the consulting engineer, the depos
its of magnesite at this particular
point exceed a million tons. The top
ographical position of the magnesite
hills is such that the deposits can be
quarried at a very low cost.
Had Its Other Advantages.
The relative from the East, who
had come to visit his cousin, the post
master at Boom City, was surprised at
the smallness of the place.
"I expected to see a larger town
than this," he said,
can't be much salary attached to a
job like yours."
"Why, as to that," said the postmas
ter, "the salary is but $12 a year, but
It is paid with the utmost promptness
and with my life and fire insurance
agency, law business, carpenter shop,
agricultural implement business, drug
store, and cigar shop I manage to get
along. In addition to that the posi
tion gives one a sort cf -er —standing
in the community."
"Surely there
instructor Has Held Many Offices.
Dr. David H. Buel, tho new president
of Georgetown university, is a son of
Col. David H. Buel, U. S. A.
graduated from Yale in 1883 and has
been successively instructor in classics
at Holy Cross college, in clashes and
higher mathematics at St. Francia
Xavier's college, professor of physics
at St. John's college and of pnysics
and mechanics at Georgetown univer
sity.
He was
Plan to Change Inaugural Date.
District Commissioner McFarland of
Washington, chairman of the national
committee to consider the advisability
of changing the date of the ceremony
for the inauguration of the President
of the United States, has issned a call
for a meeting of the committee on
Nov. 8. The committee is composed
of the governors of all the states and
territories and fifteen residents of ths
District of Columbia.
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He Knew Hie Mother.
Georgie's mother was very insistent
In demanding trading stamps when,
ever she purchased anything, and
little Georgie knew that.
A few days ago hts mother was
blessed with baby twins, and as soon
as Georgie heard of it he hastened
to his mother's room, and whispered
into her ears: "Say, ma, didn't you get
any trading stamps with the twins."
Lost His Leg.
At Pittsburg a man with a wooden
leg saw two dogs fighting over a bone
and, attempting to play peacemaker,
he balanced himself on his peg and
kicked the bone with his sound foot.
Whereupon one of the dogs grabbed
the wooden leg, upsetting Its
and yanking It loose, and made off
down the street with It.
owner
THE COMFORTER
A congested vein pressing on a nerve accounts for the swelling, throbbing ache of
Neuralgia
St. Jacobs Oil
frees the circulation, allays the pressure and soothes away the pain.
Pries, 25c. and JOe.
Or©
D
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is the name of the bluing you
are looking for. Ask your
grocer. He sells it. Remember
the name. A large 2-oz. pack
age for only 5 cents. After
you see your clothes
made so by RED CROSS BALL
BLUE you will want no other.
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AND SOLD FOR A
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CLOTHING.
It is mad« of the beat
materials, in black or .yellow.
If guaranteed, and sold bjr
liable dealers eyer/where
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FLU F R-RUGS
HIGH GRADE AND REVERSIBLE
Mad« from
and BruHse
Freight paid one way
your old Carpets, Ingrain*
la. Chenille Curtails, Etc.
FLUFF-RUG WORKS
l?Sfl W. Sooth Temple Nt.. Salt I^ake City, Ftah
Independent 'Phone 12TÄ)
Bell 'Fhoae 1209 x
PATENTSUPBOFtT
MUST FULLY PROTECT AN INVENTION.
MASON, FENWICK & LAWRENCE, Patent Lawyers,
Washington, D. C.,
Established 1861.
43rd Anniversary free Booklet, «»bow
Ing IllUKtratlone of Mechanical Movement«. Refer- i
ence*. llrad«treet and thousands of satisfied clients. !
Communications ctiofidentlal. Write us to-day.
Send for o
Coney Isiand Souvenir Post Cards.
le* foi 25c.. Coney Island
Coney Island, N. Y#
Bix beautiful colored
Postai Card Co
We Have Often Wondered.
Why is it that when you tell a girl
she has pretty hair she always says
she just had It washed the other day
and hasn't been able to do a thtDg
with it since?—Cleveland leader.
When the leaves begin to fall, when
the winds blow down through
the canyons, when the snow falls—
think of California, the Land of Per
petual Sunshine. Then ask the agent
of the San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt
Lake R. R. about hotels resorts, rates
and excursions. Or write to J. L.
Moore, D. P. A., Salt Lake City. H«
will answer all your questions.
Main Point Overlooked.
Many a man whirls In to reform the
world, only to discover at last that be
didn't know how to reform himself.—
Atlanta Constitution.
W.L. Douglas
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W. L. Douglas $4.00 Cilt Edge Line
cannot be equalled at any price.
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MORE MEN'S $3.50 SHOES THAN
AMY OTHER MANUFACTURER.
1 H nnn REWARD to anyone who can
OivJjUUU disprove this statement.
W. L. Doug la t $3.50 shoes have by their ex
: cellenl style, easy fitting, and superior wearing
I qualities, achieved the largest rale of any $3.50
shoe In the world. They are Just as g
those that cost you $5.00 to $7.00 —the only
difference is the price. If I could take you into
my factory at Brockton, Mass., the laryest In
the world under one roof making men's fine
»hoes, and show von the care with whk'h every
pair of Douglas «hoe* Is made, you would realize
why W. L. Douglas $3.50 shoes «re the best
shoes produced in the world.
If I could show y
shoes made In
ood aa
the difference between the
y factory and those of other
j makes, you would understand why Douglas
$3.50 shoes cost more to make, why they hold
their shape, fit better, wear longer, and are of
greater intrinsic value than anv other $3.50
shoe on the market to-day.
l¥. JL. Douqlam Strong /tfar/e Shoo* for
Mon, $2.50, $2.00. Boys' Schoo i A
Orosm Shoo»,$2.60, $2, $1.l5,$1.EO
j , CAUTION. —Insist upon having W. L.I>oug
l.ie slioes. Take no substitute. None genuine
without his name and price stamped on bottom.
WANTED. A shoe dealer in every town where
\Y. L. Douglas Shoes are not sold. Full line of
pies sent free for inspection upon request.
Fast Color Eysleta used; they will not wear brassy.
Write for Illustrated Catalog of Fall Styles.
W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Maes.
If aftliéted with
sore eyes, use
Thompson's Eye Water
When Answering Advertisement#
Kindly Mention This Paper.
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W. N. U.. Salt Lake-No. 44-, 1905.
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