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You won't tell your family doctor the whole story about your private i illness you are too modest. You need not le afraid to tell 3Irs. Pink ) ham, at Lynn, Mass., the things jou r could not explain to the doctor, our I letter will lie held in the strictest con fidence. From her vast correspond ence with sick women during the past thirty years she may have gained the very knowledge that will help your case. Such letters as the fol lowing, from grateful women, es tablish beyond a doubt the power of LYDIAE.PINKHAr.TS VEGETABLE COMPOUND to conquer all female diseases. Mrs. Norman li. 13arndt,of Allen town, Pa., writes : "Ever since I was sixteen years of ape I bad suffered from an organic cle ranpcinent and female weakness; in x equence I had dreadful headaches was extremely nervous. My physi said I must go through an opera fjlon to get well. A friend told me about Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and I took it and wrote you for advice, following your directions carefully, and thanks to you I am to day a well woman, and I am telling all my friends of my experience." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. Hnk harn's Vegetal do Comimwid, made from roots and herbs, has lieen the standard remedy for female ills, and has posit ivcly cured thousands of women who have lieen troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulcera tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that liear-lng-down feeling, flatulency,indiges tion,dizziness,orne rvous prostration. Triumph of Mind. Victim of Delusion Doctor, I'm awfully afraid I'm going to have brain fever. Doctor Pooh, pooh, my dear friend! That's all an illusion of the senses. There is no such thing as fever. You have no fever, you have no br h'm no material substance upon which such a wholly imaginary and suppo sitious thing as a fever could find any base of operation. Victim Oh. doctor, what a load you bave taken from my from my I khave a mind, haven't I, doctor A Logical Conclusion. "Mr. Pursington says he believes a man should pay as he goes." "Judging from the way he gets in debt, he must be accustomed to trav eling backward." Washington Star. It Cures While You Walk. Allen' Foot-Ease i a certain cure for I liot, eventing, calloun, and swollen , aching leet. om by an imipgiM. rrne tc. ikwi iiorept anv Vubstitute. Trial package FltKJ. Addrets Allen 5. Olmsted. 1a: Hoy, N. 1. After pleasure follows pain, anc after pain follows virtue. W. J Locke. KITS, St. Vitus' Ihim-e and Nermua IIm!ci per manently curMl hv I r. K line's omit Nerve Kcstrer. m-nl for KKKK Fi.MI trial Imttle and treatise. Iir. It. H. Kline, 1x1., 1:1 Ann Nrcet, ladcl ptaia. I'a. Hope for the hct. then try yonr best to realize your hope. Mrs. Wlnalow'a Soothing Syrup. For cl ildren teething, aoftena tlie aMirnt, reduce to SaJDioatlou, allaya pain, cur wind ooitu. 'Mm a boltla. Many a wise-looking man Is unabl to deliver the goods. C30iJ)K)iltf Mil C3EAOAGG3E Positively cured by these Little Pill. Tbry alao relleTe Dla- trtaa from Djperla, In dlpeM Ion and Too Heart Eating. A perfect rem eriy for Dizstnean, Kati sea, JJrowRineftfl, Bad TaMeln the Month, Coat ed Tongue, Tain In tha Hide, TOKPID LIVER. They regulate the Bowel. Purely Vepetatla. SHALL PILL. SUALL DOSE. SHALL PRICE. Genuine Must Bear Fac-Simile Signature nEFUSE SUBSTITUTES. CARTER'S Jimr n Fiver ""ll THE PEOXY By STELLA McALLlSTER SLACK ;CojyrlKlt. by Pally Story Pub. Co) I The door of the architect's sitting room opened abruptly. Freddy en tered and heaved a mighty sigh. Kussell, whose suite of rooms ad Joined Freddy Lord's, was sitting at a big desk-table, In shirt sleeves, pipe upside down between his teeth, green shade over his eyes, poring over the design for a music hall or a lunatic asylum it looked like either. "Well, old man," he said cheerfully, without Joking up, 'back so soon? How did you hit It off?" Receiving no reply, he raised his head to see his friend huddled In a chair, chin sunk on breast, the picture of abject misery. "(lood heavens, man!" he ejacu lated, right-line pen suspended above the drawing board, "she refused you!" "No, she didn't!" retorted Freddy. Russell rose to his feet. "She accepted him! An engaged man with that face on him! This is bliss, what could be blister?" he said. "I'm not an engaged man!" snapped Freddy. "Not engaged, and not refused. Well, would you mind telling mo what you are, then?" "What am 1?" repeated Freddy. "I'm a dolt, a craven, a a jackass!" Russell resumed his seat, looking relieved. "Oh, I see," he said, "you flunked 1 thought you would." "Confound you. Tom Russell, what do you mean by that?" demanded Lord, angrily. "Well, you see, old man, you started out with a too self-confident air." "Well, try It yourself once." "Not 1. I wouldn't do that for pay! Still, If I was going to propose to a girl, I should not depend on an inspira tion. 1 should decide before-hand wlrut I wanted to say, and then say it," remarked Russell, calmly. "Suffering saints!" said Freddy, pacing about the room, "why didn't you unload all this advice before 1 went and made an ass of myself? Now, old fellow, tell me straight, If you were going to propose to a girl, what would you say to her?" he asked, light ing a cigarette. "Say? Oh, that's dead easy. I'd say: 'Now, see heie ' what's her name?" "Mary Alice,'' replied Freddy, a lit tle sheepishly. "Well. 1 should say: 'Now, see here, Mary Alice, of course 1 don't pretend to have a line on your feelings, and I'm not a descendant of Croesus, nor yet of old Midas, but how would you like to share my check book? Now, that would fetch her, wouldn't It?" he finished triumphantly. "Fetch Mary Alice? Gad, but you're innocent! Fetch Mary Alice with that! Why, she'd say: 'Down, llruno, down on your knees and beg for it!' and down you'd go, too!" "Fudge!" responded Russell. "I tell you, man. girls have to be made love to, and well, 1 thought 1 could do it; but every time I swung the conversation around that way, she would turn those big eyes on me, and my heart just did things. I didn't know whether 1 was whitewashing a ton of coal or rolling a peanut down hill backwards." "Well, you can laugh." stormed Lord, rising and casting his cigarette from hi in. "Jerusajem!" he went on. "at college, ihey teach a man every thing but the one thing he ought to know." "I suppose you wouldn't propose by letter?'' Russell Interrogated, alter a time. "No. I wouldn't. That's the last re sort of a coward, growled Freddy. "You couldn't manage it over the 'phone?" "Over the 'phone! You must be daffy!" "Then " Russell commenced, and a long pause followed. After a time, he announced triumphantly: "Then I have an idea!" "1 don't believe it!" Freddy ilung ;it him politely. "Well, you don't have to. Aujhow, you said girls wanted a lot of love making business?" "I should think yes! Jove, Tom. they like It as a kitten loves a warm brick in the winter time," Informed Freddy. "Ami you can't say the words to her face?" "No. I can't." Russell looked his suffering chum over critically. "Well, Miss McAlden has a phono graph, has she not?" "Yes; but what of it?" . "Now," said Russell, "if you are serious about this proposal, you do ex actly as I tell you. follow all my in structions, nnd to-morrow night at this time you will be an engaged man!" Freddy gasjxd. "Are aren't we taking quite a lot for granted?" he asked. "Not a bit of It It's a sure go. Here It is In a nutshell: propose by phono graph." "Rut but how?" "How? Have I got to tell you how?" "Yeg, confound it. you have. Why, I never heard of such a thing!" "Never heard of such a thing? Of course, you haven't! That's a bran, span new Idea all my own, and I'm going to have it patented. Hut, ee here, we've got to hurry up. What time a it? Ten-thirty. Well, you hustle around the corner as fast as you can and get some records." "Ia cords?" echoed Freddy. "Yes, records. Hlankety blank rec ords and you make tracks, too!" Freddy seized his hat and made a dive for the door. "Get a dozen records!" yelled Rus sell after the departing man; "you'll need every one of 'em." In ten minutes Lord was back again, breathless and enthusiastic. In less than no time a blank record was In place, and Russell stood, ready to set it In motion. "All ready, old man," he said; "stand up near and smile at the lady now begin." Suddenly all Freddy's eagerness, en thuslasm and self-confidence forsook him. His jaw dropped and he gazed at his friend helplessly. "Good heavens, Tom!" he cried, blankly, "what shall I say?" "Say? Well, I'll be hamstrung! Have I ot to' propose. for you?" Freddy Hew mad. "No. you haven't," he rapped out; "and If you'll just leave me to myself a few minutes I'll do my own propos ing!" Left alone, voting Ijord approached the phonograph with a return of all his sol-confidence. He reached for the levi-r and opened his mouth. It stayed open. "Jehosephat!" he exclaimed, at last. His cuffs came ripping off. Then he lighted a cigar and, flopping down in a chair, jave himself up to medita tion. An hour later the door of Russell's sitting room opened and Freddy en tered, subdued and chastened in spirit. Tom was again at his drawing board. "How many of those records did you spoil?" he demanded. Lord sank dejectedly into a chair. "T-ten!" he answered faintly. Russell snorted. "That tenth record was a peach," continued Freddy, disconsolately. "I was getting on fine with it, when the thing went wrong somehow, and and I swore at It! Then I gave It up." "I could have told you at the very first that you'd have to write it out and read it into the machine," com forted Tom. Freddy seized a pencil and drew the tablet toward him. He chewed the lead a moment and then flung the pen cil down. "Oh, come, now," he said, stubborn ly, "I can't write things never wrote a letter In my life, not even to my mother. Always sent telegrams, don't you know!" "It's taken a long time to reach the point, but I knew it would come to this," said Russell desperately. Then he commenced writing. He covered several pages with the bold, angular writing of a draughts man and tossed them across to Fred erick. The young man read it through carefully, with knitted brows, then raised his head. "It sounds wooden!" he complained. Russell stared a moment. "It's that or nothing," he remarked curtly. "Well, you don't need to be nasty about it," said Freddy, looking hurt. The following afternoon Frederick Lord presented himself at the home of Miss McAlden at five o'clock, the blood pounding in his ears and his heart doing stunts inside him. lie had previously sent the precious record by messenger, with a note stating that he was sending her .1 new Shubert record, never heard In pub lic, and requesting her to gratify a whim of his by going to the music room alone and listening to the record quite by herself. He would call at five o'clock to ask her opinion of If. The maid ushered him into the li brary, where he found a slender, dark eyed girl curled up In a big easy chair, gazing dreamlngly Into the open fire. She rose quickly as he came toward her. and waited, looking very shy and adorable, until he reached her side. They looked at each other a mo ment. "Did did you mean it. you bold man?" she whispered, coyly, after a time. Freddy's head commenced to swell. "Mean it!" he repeated proudly. "Am I a man to do a thing of this sort for a a joke?" Five minutes later Mary Alice lifted her head from the broad, manly bosom of the self-satisfied Mr. Lord. "How did you ever happen to think of It?" she said, toying with the flower In his button-hole. "I always knew you were dreadfully clever," she con tinued, gazing upward with fond, proud eyes; "but I never dreamed yon had such acuteness, such such origin ality, Frederick. Oh, I think It was the sweetest proposal u girl ever re ceived!" Freddy threw his chest out. "Yes." he boasted shamelessly; "It was an entirely new and original Idea for a proposal I'm going to have it patented!" Another Consideration. "If we don't preserve our forests," said the man who gets enormously In carnes", "what Is posterity going to do for great statesmen?" "I don't see what that ha to do with It." "Nearly all the great statesmen I've read about learned their lessons by the 'ilght -? a vine knot " 18 IT POSSIBLE! "And who were the people who first thought of music, auntie?" "Why, child, they are considered to be prehistoric." "Oh, auntie, how well you do re member!" A KENTUCKY CASE. That Will Interest All Suffering Women. Mrs. Delia Meanes, 32S E. Front St., Maysville, Ky., says: "Seven years ago I began to notice sharp pain in tho kidneys and a bear ing down sensation through the hips, dull headache and dizzy spells. Dropsy appeared, and' my feet and ankles swelled so I, could not get my shoes on. W I was In misery, and had despaired of ever getting cured when I decided to try Doan's Kidney Pills. One box helped me so much that I kept on until en tirely cured." Sold by all dealers, 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., RufTalo. N. Y. KNEW WHAT THE JOB MEANT. Angry Citizen Put Ordeal Up to Street Car Company. Not long ago there entered the office of the superintendent of a trolley line in Detroit an angry citizen, demand ing "justice" in no uncertain terms. Ia response to the official's gentle inquiry touching the cause of the de mand, the angry citizen explained that on the day previous as his wife was boarding one of the company's cars, the conductor thereof had stepped on his spouse's dress, tearing from it more than a yard of material. "I can't see that we are to blame for that," protested the superintendent. "What do you expect us to do, get her a new dress?" "No, sir, I do not." rejoined the angry citizen, brandishing a piece of cloth. "What I propose is that you people shall match this material." -Harper's "Weekly. BAD ITCHING HUMOR. Limbs Below the Knees Were Raw Feet Swollen Sleep Broken Cured in 2 Days by Cuticura. "Some two months ago I had a hu mor break out on my limbs below my knees. They came to look like raw beefsteak, all red, and no one knows how they itched and burned. They were so swollen that I could not get my shoes on for a week or more. I used five or six different remedies and pet no help, only when applying them the bdrning was worse and the itching less. Tor two or throe weeks the suf fering was Intense and during that time 1 did not sleep an hour at a. time. Then one morning I tried a bit of Cuticura. From the moment It touched me the Itching was gone and I have not telt a bit of it since. The swelling went ("own and in two days I had my shoes on and was about as usual. George H. Farley, CO South State St., Concord, X. II.. May 14, i?07." Wore Out Bobby's Patience. Hobby was on a risk to his uncle, a good old orthodox deacon, in the country. The two were tho best of friends, and Hobby always sat at the deacon's right hand at table. At dinner that day grace was long, and Hobby was rery hungry. Finally, in tho midst of it his patience gave out; he pounded on the table with his littio fist. "Amen, cow, Uncle Hor ace! Amen!" 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