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Dr. E. Fern la, who lias an office In the Chamber of Commerce Building:, re cently became acquainted with Dr. Darlinpr. of 4.120 Lake avenue, under Xeculiar circumstances. Dr. Fernia takes a bicycle spin every afternoon, the weather permitting. Uecently he was riilins akm Kush street when his wheel struck a stone, throwing him in to an open carriage that was passing, in the carriage was Dr. Darling. Dr. Fernia apologized for the prank of his wheel and handed Dr. Darling his card. Dr. Darling laughingly accepted the apology and gave Dr. Fernia his card. As the physicians parted they shook hands and promised to call on each other socially. Chicago Times-Herald. PROOF ISJOSiTlVE THAT LYDIA E. FINKHAU'S VEGETABLE C03IT0UND Is Daily Curing Backache, Dizziness, faintness, Irregularity, and all Fe malo Complaints. i (ericiAi. to or ladt surrt. Intelligent women no longer doubt the nine of Lydia E. Pinkliutns Vegetable Compound. It speedily relieves irregu larity, suppressed or painful menstrua- lions, weakness of the stomach, indiges tion, bloating, leueorrhoea, vromb trou ble, flooding, nervous pro?tration, head ache, general debility, etc. Symptoms of "Womb Troubles are dizziness, faintness, extreme lassi tule, "don't care," and 44 want to te left alona" feeling?, excitability, irrita bility, nervousness, sleeplessness, flatu lency, melancholy, or the 44 blues," and backache. Lydia E. Pinkhara's Vege table Compound .will correct all this trouble as sure as "the sun shines. That Bearing-Down Feeling", causing pain, weight, and backache, is instantly relieved and permanently cured by its me. Under all circumstances it acts in perfect harmony with the laws that govern the female system, is as harmless as water. It i3 wonderful for Kidney Complaints In either sex. Lydia E. Pinlcham's Liver rills work in unison with the Compound, and are a sure cure for constipation and sick headache. Mrs. Pinkham's Sanative Wash is frequently found of great value for local application. Correspondence is freely solicited by the Lydia L Pink ham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., and the strictest confidence assured. All drug gists sell the Pinkham remedies. The Vegetable Compound in three forms. -Liquid, Pills, and Lozenges. KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and r tends to perstnal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live bet ter than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the'needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax ative; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling cold., headaches and fevers ana permanently curing constipation. It ha3 given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid neys, Liver and Bowels without weak ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable ubstance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man ufactured by the California rig fcyrup every Figs, rill not accept any substitute if ofiercd. CUBES AND PREVENTS Colds, Coughs. Sore Throat, Influenza. Bronchitis. Pneumonia. Swelling of the Joints, Lumbago, Inflammations. RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, Frostbites, Chilblains, Toothache, Headache, Asthma, DIFFICULT BREATHING. CURES THE VOIiST PAINS In from one to twenty minntes. NOT ONH HOUR after r-al-tag thia ft'lvertlnement need any one BUFFKU ' WITH FAIN. A half to a teaapoonrui In balf a tambl r of water will In a few minute care 'rxinps, Fpasms. onr Stomach, Heartburn. Ni'toui nfl. 81eeple9jnef. Sick HeadacLe, Dlarrhrea. Dsentery, Colic, Flatulency, and all Internal 'r li not a remedial freut in trie world that will cure Fever and Agile and all other niiarir H btliou. and othr fevera. aided by KAI WAYS FILXS, ao quick 1 aa Kadwaj'i Heady ICelief. gift J cent per bott'.e, bold bj DrvggltU j Co. only, whose name is printed on packag, also the name, Syrup of and bein well informed, you i KNOWS HIS MASTER'S MIND. One Who Undei-Htands Homes Gives Tlicm Credit for Mind Keadins. "Horses arc almost as superstitious as men, but, unlike uieu, they can be reasoned with and made brimd-inluded, liberal, free-thinking philosophers. Th& horse Is the noblest animal that walks the earth. Ho has most of the good traits of the humau race, with some of tho bad ones." It was I'rof. Bartholo mew who spoke in this exalted strain about the horse. "When a youth I was a cowboy and one of the rough riders of the West. Like other cowboys, I delighted in a bucking broncho, but I soon learned that the wildest horse can be timed In an hour so that ht will follow his rider about and let himself be ridden without a struggle. I have tamed hundreds of horses fresh from the prairies, and never failed to make a complete con quest in ashort time. I treat horses as intelligent beings, and after a man ner ask them If they can do things. Often they refuse, and again they say as plainly as if they used words: 'Why, yes, I can do that,' and they do It. 'I train my horses in classes. 1 tako a dozen and ask each to do a cer tain thing. Some will start blindly, while others will step up briskly and say, Yes, I can do that.' Then I ask them to do something else, and then those who are quickest at lirst will halt, while thos. who made no re sponse before are anxious to do the thing. Thus I soon learn the class of work each is especially fitted for and develop them along their special lines. In this way they are just like men. Now, I have tried numerous ways to make a living outside of horses, but always fail and drift back to my hobby. "Horses are like men In the amount of courage they can muster up. If I want a horso to do extra long jumps 1 select a creature that is.linely built and has all tho physical qualities, but per haps he is a coward and afraid to leap. Some little, half-developed creature, possessed with a dare-devil spirit, may outdo him in every respect." Agricul turist. "Only Direct liinc.' "I suppose," he began, as he entered a railroad ticket othce, "I suppose you sell tickets to New York?" "Certainly, sir," was the reply. "You have a direct Hue':" "We have, sir." "It is the only direct line':" "It is." "It Is down on the map as the only direct line:" "As you see, sir," replied the agent, as he opened a folder. "Y-e-s, I see. You land passengers In New York ahead of all competing lines, of courser" "Of course." "Luxurious coaches, no dust, finest dining cars, scenery unexcelled':" "Yes, sir." "Iiy taking your line I avoid delays and reduce the chances of accident to the minimum':" "Yes, sir; you do. Have a ticket to New York over our line, sir':" "Can't say yet. I'm going to see five other agents, each with the shortest and most direct line, and If I can find a liar among, the six I'll tdkt? a ticket over his road." Detroit I'reo Press. Useless Torpedo" lloats. They have two big white elephants at the New York navy1 yard Just no v.. It seems that the Navy Department does not know what to do with the tor pedo boats built for the battleships Texas and Maine. These boats have failed to ma'io the time required for torpedo service, and those designed for the Texas will not be used, and IMs probable that those made for the Maine will not go with that ship. These boats cannot make more than eleven or twelve knots an hour, nnd, in the opin ion of naval exerts, that speed will bo useless In battle. Ono of tho torpeilu boats of the Texas will be on exhibi tion at the Atlanta exposition. It la probable that all of these torpedo boats will be used at tho Annapolis Naval Academy by the cadets. New York Commercial Advertiser. Fol hi Oxygen. Prof. De war, the chemist, has com pressed oxygen under an intense de gree of cold, a degree almost beyond the power of imagination, Into r. pale blue fluid, a thing which, although It has been done before, has not been done to such an extent or in such quantity, has solidified oxygen Into a Jelly, has made ozone into a hiplslazull-blue liquid, and has also liquefied air. He has made'the suggestion that possibly the vast shin ing night clouds, concerning whose com position, whether of congregated stars at immeasurable distance or of nebu lous matter slowly concentrating into stars, astronomers have arrived nt no fixed conclusion, may really be only masses of carbonic acid gas frozen In the unspeakable cold of the Interstellar spaces which is probably the zero of absolute temperature. Importation of l.ilo in Kniflaixl. The British registrar general, who keeps records of births and deaths In the Jlrltish Isles, has compiled xi series of tables giving the expectation of life of males and females for each year between 1 and KMX ,Of l,(XX),ooo loys S 11,417 will be alive at the end of ouo year, while of 10,000 girls, 871JtUJ will be alive. At the end of ten years there will be 70S,!!) boys and 7.Ls,:iS2 girls; after twenty years, 080,0.' males nnd 707,1)10 females. Tho expectation of life for females Is always greater than for males of corresponding ages. Modern Speed In Hat making-. Uy tlie use of mechanical devices now employed It is said that a workman can make the "bodies" for 400 hats a day. Ity the hand proceJä he could only prepare four or five. Highest tvf all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Repcrt PV m W An Knergctic New Woman. "I don't take much stock in these new woman ideas," remarked a man from south Georgia yesterday, "but I saw one to-day I would I ke to have in my corn field in fodder season to pull fodder. Say. that woman, was a .Tames 1). She saw a street car about a block and a half away and made up her mind to catch it; and she did, be-gosh. She made a plunge for it and whistled for the conductor to stop the concern. The conductor didn't think she would ever reach the car, and consequently didn't stop. liut that woman was one of the up-to-daters, and she had different no tions from those of the conductor. She ran like a rabbit, and it wasn't long before she had plan teil her tiny foot upon the step of the ret noting car. "I felt disposed to applaud her for this fear, but about that time she reach ed up and pulled the bell cord and stop ped the car herself. "The conductor and motorman looked up in astonishment. 'I simply want to wait for my dog to catch up,' she re plied, to their inquisitive glances. "Now, all I have to say is this that if that woman Ls a new woman, we need more of them to run this country. "We need them particularly in the corn fields." Atlanta Constitution. Types of Itcauty It is said that when artists are seek ing for modeLs the palm for beauty and symmetry of figure is given to the girls of Spain, while the daughters of rural Ireland are a good second. The pretty faces and graceful throats aro found among English maidens. A model for a perfect arm would be sought for among Grecian ladies, while a lady of the Turkish harem would be regarded as the possessor of a daintily commend able hand. Italians are usually good in figure, and some of the most beauti ful models, perfectly proportioned, are derived from the women of sunny Italy. Frenchwomen, as a rule, are not in re quest, being too thin and vivacious for the purpose; while the face and limbs cf a German frau are too commonplace for artistic work. When Wrinkles fcam the Itrow, And the locks grow scant and sllvrry. In firmities of ape come en apace. To retard ami ameliorate these is oi.e of the benign effects of Hostetter's Stomach Mttc-rs, a medkluc to which the aged and infirm can resort ns a safe solace and invigorant. It counteracts a tendency to rheumatism nnd neuralgia. Improves digestion, rectifies biliousness and overcomes malaria. A wineglass before re tiring promotes slumber. Here, Too. Said a little boy who. during a visit to Florida, was obliged to drink con densed milk: "Mamma. I just wbh that condensed cow would die!" The Amer ican. Instead of trifling with a bad cold use Dr. I). .layne's Expectorant, which will loosen the phlegm. Mihdue inflammation and certainly save your Lungs and Throat much dangerous wear and tear. Prof. Itamsey's last conclusion is that argon and helium contain as a common Ingredient a gas not hitherto identified, two lines in the spectra in the newly discovered elements being identical. The atomic weight of the new gas would be about ten. Prof. Ramsey has found helium in meteorite. IlnH's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Uenewcr is. unquestionably, the best preservative oi the hair. It is also curative of dan druff, tetter, and all scalp affections. We have not learned to rest until we have learned how to live one day at a time. FIT. All ritsntorpedfrfe bv Dr. Kline's Cf e it Kerve l.".o rit. No Fite aft.-r flit day's us. Mar velous euren. Treat im and f.'tX) trial Liottl lree to lit tkbes. Seni to l)r. Khuc. UM Arch St.. t'hiht. 1'. Timely Warning. Tho great succgsc of the chocolate preparations of the house of Walter Baker & Co. (established in 17fifU hn! IpH to "fhfi nlar.incr tha market many misleading 8W cf their name, labels, and wrappers. Walter Daker & Co. aro tho oldest and largest manu facturers of pure and high-grade Cocoas and Chocolates on this continent. No chemicals are used in their manufactures. Consumers should ask for, and be sure that they get, the genuine Walter Baker & Co.'s goods. WALTER BAKER & CO., Limited, DORCHESTER. MASS. the food for all such. for resisting disease thin people, nerveless, delicate ! The food for all such men, women, or children is Scott's Emulsion. The hypophosphites combined with the oil will tone up the system, give the blood new life, improve the appetite and help digestion. 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