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Without Operations Ualified Success of Lyclta R. PtnKham's Vegetaoiw wiHjwuna in vases of Mrs. Fox ..j Miss Ad&m Bilk WINDHAM COUNTY REFORMER, BRATTLEBORO, VT., FRIDAY, SKPTKMBEK 22, 1905. i " 1 i . Sneofthe greatest triumphs of Lydia I finkham's Vegetable Compound is . nnnermi? of woman 8 areaa Lr Tumor. " :i. orlir at aires, or the m-es- Ujf danger may be made manifest hitessive mcusw V r i, KUI1U9UI" I " , , , Us down the (from and thighs. Ifvouhavemy&wnouspnins, ix wicre inflammation ulcera te or displacement, don't wait for i to connrm your ra uu .i, (h horrors of a hosmtal opera- r : r .,lio R Pinkham's Vera. keCompouiid right a,way and begin inse nd write airs. nuKiiaia ui m, Mass., for advice. thspstronff letters from grate- Iwomen who have been cured: L-Mn. Pinkham:- (First Letter.) Ill looking over your dook i emm inaj your tin cures Tumor of the Uterus. I have ktol doctor ana oe teus me i umwm m wi- r 1 will be mora man gratenu u you u. .a I rfn an ilraail an o Deration." fa D. Fox, 7 Chestnut St. .Bradford, Pa. eXn. Pinkham: (Second letter.) .! ..Ui.l,m.w fa. pAnvrfttiilatA vnll on InccesI hare bad with your wonderful frLkfain mnnth. mtrft nrr monthliflB UKUtvcu 9 j W Shortly after I felt so badlyl gub- ndloattlorouKU uuiuiuiuub vy mpuj L. and was told that I had a tumor on iwrai and would bare ta undergo an G after read one of yeur advertise L md decided to give Lydia B. Fink- IV9getaDie uompouna wuu. air I tm Domes as airocna, nam bum is it gone. I hare again bean examined BARKER'S EXPRESS. The Beginning of a Prosperous and Respectable Man's Business Life. Mrs. Barker's spectacles were pushed far up on her array hair, and her fore head was drawn into the odd little pucker which It always wore when she tried to make up her grocery list and hold Sam's attention at the same time. Either would have been an enirosslns occupation, for the purse which must be made to supply the groceries was limited, while Sam'a attention was even less limited. "Tea lemme see, this is Thursday wel, 'bout half a pound of tea, I guess. Sugar I s'pose we'll have to get nair a dollar s worth anyhow, a hnnk of yarn now wnlt, Sammy, till I Kit a bit of thut Kia.v yam I want you to match." Sam waited uneasily, shifting his weight from one hare foot to the oth er. There were a dozen things he would have chosen to do with this hflcrht DiimmA mnmliiff rnthiOl than drag his clumsy, home-made wagon a soap-oox mounted on wneeia a miie and a half down the road to the country store. "I wish I didn't have to go," he said complalningly. "Well, vou do have to." replied Mrs Barker patiently, as she had done many times before. "As long as peo- I 41.1 ,1.1 - ..,l,,.'ll miUna wwnu ouoa mora: ana 1 am Die nrru uu iieeuiu uuhko duiwiwm tirelywell. I shsJl never be without a hot- have to keep on gettln 'em, to or Lydiattajiham's Vegetable Compound the world s end, I s'poBe. And If you'd uuuuM. ranuie v. rox. Braarora. ra. ' laiuy ileum uver juu ..wi.v ouutuor van ui i uniur vureu wnni yuu uuni wnin, 30.111111;, a. v . .j 1 m n ... r . uy juyuiaa a. X inK.nIIl S vesjeil hla (lAiniA,,nJ w vwaaafawaaaaua " About three years ago I bad intense pain in my stomach, with cramps and raging headaches. The doctor prescribed for me, but finding that I did not get any batter be examined me and, to my a wui m Miuiur iu buv uwnia "I felt sure that it meant mr death warrant. and was very disheartened. I spent hundreds nr nmiaM in ammmh. hnt th. mnm mm growing, till the doctor said that nothing but oorresponded with my aunt in the New Eiu Pinkham's Vegetable Compound before sub- : . . : b- tu 1 t . I uumu w am uudi bhuu, auu i mv uwff wmi m taking a regular treatment, finding to my J, mv .aim tun '"J Bvuwl1u nwii.i uojmi w mprove, and after uiree months I noticed .... .... . U-J u I l l T LJ UIB, HI. IMIBVI IIWII imiuuN 1U Mi A BvWrv on taking the Compound, and m ten months It. I I U 1 Jl I t.l A. 1. ova auuroiy aiwpifjreu wiuioub ii ation, and using no medicine but Lydia E. PinlrhaTn'. VantjiKlai f!nmtvMiti(l anil wnrrla fail to express how grateful I am for the good it ban done me." Ml uieua Adams, uoion nade Hotel, Seattle, Wash. Such unquestionable testimony proves the value of Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and should irive jonfidence and hope to every sick woman. Mrs. Pinkham invites all ailing women to write to her at Lynn, Mass., ior avarice. y the physician and he says I have no signs f a tumor now. It has also brought my onoe mora; ana 1 b a monthlies around entirel' tie in the T gVUO. X UsaT tfHU nfwmm m4ssaussina t ' E Piikha.'s VetttaMs ttti i Wcmi's Seaety fir Wmui's HH. ers & Pond PIANOS Write for our new catalogue advantageous proposition to f) buyers. Our pianos are the md quality considered the most Lnical. Where we have no ir we sell di.ect from Boston, it Easy Payment system practi k eliminates the inconvenience buying. Write us. PS & POND PIANO CO. 114 Boylston Street, Boston RAILROADS. I TABLE CENTRAL VERMONT RY. irncnvE junk 26th, 1905. Wl lae Krattlehnrn u follows ! f , Week days for Springneld and New D..Dailvfnrfinrino.HalH. WAAk daTH tOt Mork. M,Week days for Now London: connects tllilar. Poll. f.. T Ii.lma.rnr1ln.bill. 'i.,W-k days for &outh Londonderry. :., Week days far Springfield and New s-WeekdaysforNew London, eonneet llmBoiton via Millers Falls or Palmer, m, Week days for Springfield and New ! , Week days for Springfield and New ..Week rivft fnrKAw Tindon and New lftTia.Norwicb I.inn HtAamer: connects at F for Boston. a, ually tor Spriniffield and New o. fabiMt to chanee without notice. "JMS, flcn'l Manager, St. Albans. J. E. BENTLKY, O. P. A., St. Albans. rON & MAINE R. R. and PaaaamDaic Division F'irrangement. In effeot June 28, 1904. TBAIKB BOUND SOOTH. am am pm pm pm pm indsor 3.86 7.20 12.15 12.21 2.5o lf.80 nKilla.4in ana iiti ill fl 39 12.37 f Uti FalU M.43 817 l!05 1.20 8.42 12.37 Jl 9.03 1.4S 2.07 4.2U l.U 5.23 9.07 1.48 3.00 4.23 fi . Q H 9 OA HM 4.44 .U8 10.10 2.37 4.02 6.10 2.08 7.10 11.20 3.37 5.18 8.06 S.00 1.17 1.37 Ktleborn ffnon Weld VmgBeld TRAINS BOUND JCOBTH. am am pm pm pm 12.60 9.10 12.30 8.80 8.15 fMeld ptteld 'ffnoa Ntlehnrn PMrtwro rails niu I 44 10 la t.33 4.42 2.08 10.46 2.00 6.10 9.S8 2 28 11.03 2.17 6.3010.16 2.28 11.10 2.25 6.36 10.18 3.09 11.56 3.06 6.20 11.00 3.09 12 08 8.08 6.40 11.06 3.55 1.05 3.65 7.35 011 M 'UXDERS Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agt. pD RAILROAD TIME TABLE rto jmf Mtti.1905. Trains leave Bel- ur '"""".uauy except ounaj --re ooteii. Ill ,lvr! it-ixed for Kutland and lnlermedl ? 1om. connecting- with train (or KrL ,n Albureh. Lirpen Mountain Flyer for Kntlano, "JWtna, Montreal, Malooe, )edon JlaiH St. Albans. Pullmao PaxFor Car liai p"n-and "ontreal- - w r.xpreM i or kuuhu, Express Ii'T tot Montreal Infest. For Ocdensborg and Ot- - niw dim. 300 to 400 lbs. ,...100 to 150 lbs. ....300 to 400 lbs. .... 50 to 70 lbs. writing to C. S. Free to Farmers, 4 In Bulletin No, 116, recently Issued by the Vermont Agricultural Experi ment Station, Formula No. 1, com mends the following ingredients for fall seeding, without manure. . The amounts named are, for one acre: Raw Ground Bone Acid Phosphate , Wood Ashes Muriate of Potash To any Farmer Page, Hyde Park, Vt., saying that he saw this notice in the Reformer, Mr. Pa will send a free sample of the above ingredients, excepting the ashes, and give the cost thereof laid down at the Farmer's nearest station. ; The Experiment Station Bulletin well says: "On every account, nnan- cial. educational, agricultural, u is hotter to buy the crude, stock and home mix, if one uses a ton or more." Ar, farmer who will send Mr. Page 13.25 will receive, freights prepaid, a sample 200-pound barrel oi u Ground Bone. It is guaranteed to De natural Bone therefrom. Mr. Page's Bone Meal is the iuv " " " - irranulated bone, which forms one of .... - a tut. DaiiI. Jll "r.ffn. E.ecutor upon tde esie o fold nlm iTflHck crKJrtKOHA.il late, o ' known how insaidDUtrict.deee..ana uTjy - eto. at LHpd. and how &mFllVr& have s, mI',S!Sa' V 1905. whi T.Bd "h- fliettln tbe prem,. you - A. F. 8CHWENK, Register A Little Brief Authority When old Mose applied for work he was riven a lob shovellna sand at tl a day, says LIpplncott's. A few dnys later the roreman passed near the sandbank and. to his surnrlse. saw Mose comfortably seated on a pile or sand, directing tne movements oi another dusky laborer. "Why, Mose!" he exclaimed, "I did not hire that man. What's he doing here?" "I got him er-dolng my work, sah," replied Mose. "Who pays him?" was the next ques tion. "I does, sah," was the response. "How much do you give htm?" "A dollah a day, sah." "Whv thnt'a nil vnii receive. Mnse. How dn vou nrnflt bv the transaction?" asked the amazed foreman. 'Well. ' r"pl'ed Mose, srrntch'ng hi woolly heud, "I gets to bona de Jul donn' I?" what you don't want. Sammy, and make a business of doln' wnat s got to be done " The sample of yarn was already in Snm'a nnssnaalnn. He drODned the carefully counted coins into his pock et ami dirt not wait for the conclusion of the remark that he had heard bo often. "Aunt Mary's always sayin" that!" he muttered Impatiently, as he trudged down the lane. "I hate travelin' off to that old store every time I think lve got a chance to do something else. Make a business of it! I'd like to know what kind of a business." Thnn Q allririon thnill?ht StrUCk S&m so forcibly that he almost stopped in the road to consider it. w ma-cr-zee!" he half whistled, half ejaculated. "Just s'pose now that I should!" , It was a bright neaa unaer me wum straw hat, and the idea which nao toian nnaaoiiainn nf it speedily drove out all the plans for fishing and fun with which It nao Deen occupieu. eyes sparkled and a smile grew and broadened on his face, partly at the thought of taking Aunt Mary so lit erally at her word, and partly at the prospect that his boyish fancy was painting. At the next house of the widely scattered settlement Sam turned his wagon up the path to- the door. "Want to sena to me g !' Rates?" he called, f, a nntiv fla-iire aDDeared in the doorway, and a hearty voice answered: "Indeed Is do, and was jusi wuu- derln' how I'd get 'em. Going for your Aunt Mary, were you, and stopped to ask me too? That was real nice and accommodatln', Sam Banter. "Tes'm, l hope it'll oe an sobiuinm- dation, but it's business." sam ex claimed promptly. "I'm going to mole a business of it Five cents for two or three packages, ten cents if you want conslder'ble of a load. It's ' .i. . t the store, and folks don't always want to go themselves Indeed, they don t, specmuy ... - baking day, like 'tis witn me. ' ' soul to send, and l was jui u.u.n.... r. , i ... n-pf reaav. iu eve, much rather pay you five or ten cents ... nil the work I've got to do. and go rushing a mile through the hot sun. Here, wait a minute, u . tell you what I want". So Sam carefully wrote out a list under the direction of Mrs. Bates, and departed. At the next house he re li. .,iit ami his statement, and petiieu ii t..v so on through the straggling neighbor hood, with varying results, uut u.. whole much to his satisfaction. It ... taklne a longer time man an u.- dinary trip to the store, but Sam de cided that under the circumstances an extra hour on the road was a matter of small consequence. Aunt Mary didn t say sne hurry. I'm sure sne ooesnt ueru .... , 1 ... n anil Not a Flight of Fanoy. "Children," said the teacher, in structing the class in composition "you should not attempt any flight! of fancy; simply be yourselves and write what is in you. Do not imitate any other person's writings or draw insniratlnns from outside sources." A a i-ohmH of this advice Tnmmv Wise turned out the following compo sition: "We should not attempt any nights or fancy, out write wnat is in us. in me there is my stummicK lunas. hart, liver, two apples, one nippf. nf nlA nna ntirlr nf lnmnn- ranriv and my dinner." ixnaon -lii-rius. What Drunkards' Wives Do. "What nnpa vour wife do?" This is a question which Judge Ely in the municipal court flings at the habitual drunkards who are brought hpfnra htm avarv. dav. In the throes of the "morning after," these gentle men who have been malting neroic er fnrtR tn rilmintnh tha linuor siinnlv do not appreciate the sarcastic trend of his honor's query and Invariably an swer meekly "She scrubs" or "She washes, as the case may be, and then cannot understand why thy get 80 days. Boston Record. Died of Improvements. The following is told of a patient, a German woman, who, taken seriously 111. was sent to the hospital. In the evenlna- her husband (naulred how she was getting along, and was t . l ,1 V. n . i, V, wo. Imnrnvlmr TV pt t day he called again, and was told she was still improving, xnis went on ior some time, each day the report being that his wife was Improving. Finally, one night when he called he was told that his wife was dead. See Ins; the doctor, he went up to him and said: "Veil, doctor, vat did she die of improvements ?" Harper's Weekly. Cured of Brioht's Disease. A Chaiman T.lahnn R od Mills, Lawrence county, N. Y- writes: "I had kidney disease for many years and had been treated by physicians for twelve years; had taken a well known medicine and other remedies that were recommended but got no relief until I began using Foley's Kid ney Cure. The flrst half bottle re lieved me and four bottles have cured me of this terrible disease. Before I began taking Foley's Kidney Cure I hafl to make water about every fifteen minutes, day and night, and passed a bricK-OUSt suDstance, ana uiimuuic. . ,. ............. T hatlua T wmilll Hll.l. RDAWN'C I MUTANT OFIIFPlbave died if I had not taken Foley's I'VO.Hy - "" "a IriJn.. Pur- an uusu.u., --. """'- - . . ...tin.. Meal. No valuable mgreoierua tea anu "" "1" anyhow." hpen taken therefrom as is the case she knits only J" the evening .wrho .:. .u- e mpi now be- ine ''"Ar--:---,, AV,flpnt witn mucn oi i" orders witn surpBC, ing offered to the public. approval. .... Lh all the large fertilizer manu- ay. Sam, If you'd Ji taej o. ' - j l. , hitainoHa 1 1 1 1 m nay, facturers make a bone glue ny o."s "" "" their bones and extracting the gluten checked himself abruptly. It ight not be wise to say thererrom. mr. .b- mignt " - , - ... . . . . ,faat,i of ...... o mmlssion. but he added a by-product rrom tne " "raisins l and nuts to Sam's home Page's Perfected wuiiry u. - . .. - nf encouragement. It ... flm.r sifted out from the Purc" raA hut secretly exul- . n-Sfl a -waini, 111 ' . Itranuiiiieu uirim tant u" " . . . -a .ktH T3nt,l- I , Kn,,t olavan o ClOCK. the principal Ingredients a "--- Z.r mon the kitchen- trv Food. It is this fact that enao. i f- " , fifty n r..i ran f. auiiv -' ... d. to furnish a pure none ie , , tn hnv BOmethinK with . ' . i -i. Save vour ashes e' irnnnine a handful of at ivi. v - iie 11 " and mix with this Bone Meal and you change into her lap. will find it worth double tne cost. -dld rr what's gone Litav o - - ' WATirRH. I '.... ! .r,lla RbTTI .TaVlV. it 8 H-aClg mW - . I "INOiniH. '4"' " " - ' '"' ' 1 " L . tkn t'a fffinA 11D. aa wmm a i a,iianosH l lint a a-- CTATE OF VERMONT.. 2-g And perched on the arm of j ar i old MABLW.au. th estate of rnrker. his dUSty Daro To all persons. nraiHl,oro. ' boy who appeared before Mrs. hlYSICIAWS ADVISE rmn k a aarrr w mrvywfmtv. r fa U STOMACH i BQWU TK0UBUS. MONEY REFUNDED ""TIZZZXS: Feminine Eoonomy. The following letter waa received from hla sister by a New Yorker, w venn awav from home nn a visit: "I am sending by mall a parcel con tnlnlnir tha vnlf roat vou wanted. Ai the brass buttons are heavy, I have cut them off to save postage, xour loving sister, J P H Ynn will flnrl the buttons the right hand pocket of the coat" Harper a Weekly, His Wife Guessed. "Why am I like a pin?" asked Mr. .Tnnna. trtumnhantlv. of hla wife. expected she was going to say: "Be cause you are so Bharp, and he was paralyzed when she replied: "RawaiiHA If vou nhoulrl sret lost. wouldn't be worth while to Bpendtlme looking for you." Tit-lilts, ho A Contradictory Creature. She belonged to a society for the prevention of cruelty 'to animals, but she made the Door dressmaker work day and night to get her ball dress ready on time, and then forgot to pay the dressmaker for weeks and weeks. She belonged to the society for tne amelioration of humankind, but she was keen on hunting bargains that were made possible by the toll and sufferings of her sisters in noisome avpat uhiina She renrimanded the small boy that throw a atone at a cat. vet she drove a tpnm nf hnrapa with docked tails. She wrote a beautiful article for the local paper advocating the organization of Audubon societies among the boys and girls, tnen oonnea a nai contain ing three stuffed birds and gaily went to the editor's sanctum to submit the nrtlnlp. . Khp una chairman nf the committee on social science at the club, and gave tha aprvant srin a cneeriess garret with broken and marred furniture. She was prominent m ner cnurcn kensington and read a paper deploring th. font that thp Door do not attend church more, and while reading It she wore silks and satins enough to de fray tha livlna- exnenses of the aver- nirn workinsrman s family ror six months. Somathlnir Hhnut the inconsistency of the men might be added to this, but space Is too limited to mane even a start on that subject. Commoner. Kidney Cure." Sold by all dealers. o r? Trnntnr nf Keene N. H.. has bought the pacing stallion Red Bird 2.06 Vs. of C. B. Knox. (LDuoi? ClJciDv a SDDSogd OATIOFIED CUOTOtfERO Do vou think iuch an enorrnoui builnesa could b built up and continually increased, if our goods did not bave exceptional value and merit I Do you think we could hold the trade of half a million people, if our reputation for doing exactly what we say wasn't firmly established? Do you think if. S. Senators, Foreign Ambassadors, Bankers, Business and Professional men in every section of this country would keep on using HAYNER WHISKEY if it wasn't all right? Do you think doctors would recommend It and hospitals use It, if it wasn't absolutely pure and unadulterated? Just think these things over carefully and then send us a trial order. Your money back if you are not satisfied. ..-.a a... a. Ul..t.l.a.a T a j UMtww WW BfUtf irunintvn we "I have found Hsyoer Whiskey exceptionally Sne for table and medicinal purposes." IVm. ff Stm-itrt. V. S. seuator liuu Nevada. i.20 EXPRESS PREPAID mill OFFER We will send yoa la a plain sealed case, with no vwaa wr r a.ss . . -,,,. ponn full, ouart BOTTLES OP HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYB FOR 13.20. and we win nm v rnsa fjxornBi. cnarvea. a blub ii uuuib auiu ateiuj lio iv. ustd iuiu vaavtui teat it every bottle if you wish. Then if you don't And it Just as we say and perfectly satisfactory, snip It Decs, to us at uuk nircnaa ana your 13.20 will be promptly refunded. How could any offer be fairer 7 Yoo don t risk a cent. n . ... . -i- m., m . i, . , a t u TT.mI IDaak unnra bi Anii,i4i.,vuii, luanv, muni,, . ni, ta, nvx vie., w.b... v.nau.. or Wyo., must be on the basis of 4 qaaria for M.00 by Express Pre- aTftiaafe ak aaaaS aha - - a. SV IkA lT. SXaa- DaKkalJ ipaiv or v uni ior mawt oy m ixifnt a Write our nearett olB and do It NOW. TIIE HAYKER CISTILLIQ COMPANY Dayta, 0. t Leuia, Ma. St !, aina. AtlaaU. Qa.t A FULLS QUARTS OirtTLLXST, Tbot. 0. ESTABUSBIO UM. Tl I The VERY BEST WHISKEY is L I tay. CROXtl M PURE .010 -MELLOW SOLD EVERYWHERE WaaiaaavJ I u d Kiotf jit. fiO.. M. Y.. Sole Bottlers mfmt 07 """"" " I ' 2.06, Of C. is. Knox. HIS Basra ww-y- - - - 7 rIfdSut?ic. dlsed...' J, hadnot expected it to mean so much . Vou are herein -;", -ttie a0COUnt of t0 Aunt Mary. decide "P"" - feiecutor upon the estate or Thomas 3-Oaffney. BsecnK ' v Brattleboro to naiiM S7-3 Through sleep- rassenger for , nvj icLn?"r ..""r- l nurnngtua. rSTrr a. Dpiilw- aha North : L'?f irtt rinress Daily. I. iri.m Katiana. h """ura only ;ltMllrrfll Ax a .. . . "iied from Kutland. r T Jlprrc a VTHlfO Maiaerr. Gun ! Fasa. agent. Katlaad.Vt. L J-terntiT, only from RatJaod. tm BarlinirtoB. Flyer. PROBATE NOTICES. ength In the BF02yj2 This includes Corn required by law 20j Th Md e nlUlonrraotlca, ' be glad o h.you tioes to to NEW COQV FOR Fall and Winter TROUSERS AND VESTS. v W.H.HAICH EMIot ttrwwt Something In her face more plainly man ne ua many burdens sue It cheered her to JJt have some other hand begin to lift a little. A , T'll Vta.'A That's fine, Sammy, ni. the mrfhey to buy some stuff for your new shirts, and it'll be a big help. Oh, 1 11 earn a lot more." answered small Sam, with tne tony iw nf one to whom sucn a ui" mere trifle. He wondered, though, why meP:J. thm.eht of helping Aunt no null iiuv c . , Mary before, "'.realized that the sup port of the ramuy " " , , p ... thre was a deal of Tnai au"""" , . nnundlng and hammering in the old pounaing nrninr there was TZXterM iastened to the old . ... . ha. which bore In very red :Tuneven letter, the Lt er's Express." Tnat was iuc k.,ina life: the clumsy wagon and its enterprising young own- wagon , l that inn. Pr became an ra!i' immunity. y-r, ago and ne ls a Ousy-..-rl-r - man now. but -U mny V7 mm the road to success, he would be USiy to swer with a twinkle in hi. 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