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JUST VACCINATED, THAT’S ALL
The Pretty Young Woman Made the
are overoome by Lydia E.
Fifty thousand happy
women testify to this In
grateful tetters to Mrs.
Menstruation Is a
severe strain on a wo
man's vitality. If It Is
painful something Is
will promptly set right; It
excessive or Irregular
write to Mrs. Pinkham,
Lynn, Mass., for advice.
Evidence abounds that
Mrs. Pinkham’s advice
and medicine have for
many years been helping
women to be strong, No
other advice Is so un
varylngly accurate, no
other medlolne has scab
a record of cure.
Kept His Powder Dry.
According to his custom General Jou
bert preached a sermon yesterday, but
he had a man detailed in the mean
while, says the Chicago Record, to see
that the powder did not get rained on.
Ella Ewing, the giantess, has com
pleted her residence near Gorin, Mo.
The house was built on a scale propor
tionate with Miss Ewing’s needs. The
doors are 10 feet high and the ceilings i
and windows look like those of fabled
giants’ castles. She is still growing,
aud is now 8 feet and 4 inches tall.
I iii pro veil Train Kq ui pnient.
The O. R. & N. and Oregon Short
Line have added a buffet, smoking and
library car to their Portland-Chicago
through train, ami a dining car service
has been inangnarated. The train is
equipped with the latest chair cars,
day coaches ami luxurious first-class
and ordinary eleepeis. Direct connec
tion made at Granger with Union Pa
cific, and at Ogden with Rio Gramle
line, from all points in Oregon, Wash
ington and Idaho to all Eastern cities.
For information, rates, etc., call on
any O. R. & N. agent, or address W.
IL Hurlburt, General Passenger Agent,
There was something strikingly pic
torial in the api»earauee of a young
lady who sat in the upper left-hand
coruer of a Jackson avenue trolley car
during one of Its out-bound runs the
other morning, says the New Orleans
Times-Democrat. It was due. no doubt,
to mauy things—to the aristocratic
slenderness of her figure; to her wide,
dreamy eyes, the exact color of wood
violets; to the great black forest of os
trich plumes that formed her hat; to
the geometric curve of the towering
collar of her cape. At any rate, she
lookevl as if she might have sauntered
out of the pages of some journal of
fashion—a beautiful denizen of picture
paper land, where skirts always bang
iu just the proper folds aud trousers
never bag at the knee.
Everybody looked ul her. the men ad
miringly and the women coldly, as they
always do wheu another woman Is bet
ter dressed, and she withstood the scru-
tiny with regal composure, She did
not seem aware that anybody else was
present. At last the car neared her
corner, aud when she bad pressed the
button and the wheels were almost at
a standstill she arose calmly and glided
down the aisle. She was at the door
when the car came to a full stop, and,
seeing her stagger slightly from the
shock, the conductor instinctively laid
his hand upon her arm.
It was a cqurteous and respectful act
and one that might have saved her
from a fall, but the instant his fingers
touched her sleeve the haughty beauty
leaped backward as If she had seen an
Her delicate face went
pale and her dreamy eyes blazed.
“Don’t touch me. sir!" she exclaimed,
with a harshness that shocked and as
tonished every hearer. The conductor
was a plain, kindly man, and. flushing
with mortification and chagrin, he
turned back to his platform, while the
young woman gathered her skirts and
passed swiftly through the door. “Well,
I must say,” remarked an elderly gen
tleman who had taken iu the episode
over the top of Ills newspaper, “that
was about tile most painful exhibition
of superciliousness 1 ever witnessed iu
my life, l’shaw! No wonder the poor
nre embittered.” There was a growl
of approval and the conductor thrust a
smiling face through the doorway.
“Don’t blame de young lady, gents,”
he said, cheerily. “She explained it all
when she was gettin’ off. She didn’t
mean nothfii'. You see, she's just been
FOUND HIS MOTHER.
Claude Pippin'« Search 1« Rewarded
After Twenty-three Years.
Mrs. J. H. Lyles, of St. Louis, lias
been reunited to her son after a sepa
ration of 23 years. The boy Claude
was a boy of 0 when Ills parents sepa
rated, the father taking the son with
him to Canada, where he placed him
in a convent school under an assumed
name. After visiting the boy two or
Paper shingles, lacqnered and stiff
ened, are very tough aud durable, and
can be made in any desired shape or
color. For novel oottages with slant
ing roofs, they are coming into great
favor in England.
CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED
With local applications, as they cannot reach
the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or
constitutional disease, and in order to cure it
▼ou must take internal remedies. Hall s Ca
tarrh Cure is taken internally, and actsdirectly
on the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was
prescribed by one of tne best physicians in this
Country for years, and isa regular prescription.
It is composed of the best tonics known, com
bined with the best blood purifiers, acting di
rectly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect
combination of the two ingredients is what pro
duces such wonderful results in curing catarrh,
fiend for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY CO., Proprs., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, price 75c.
Halls Family Pills are the best.
three times he dropped out of sight.
All these years mother aud son have
been searching for each other. The
boy made a habit of working until he
had saved $100, when he would leave
his work and renew the search for his
parents. He says he will now take up
the seaieh for bis father. Peter Pippin.
The mother married J. II. Lyles after
her divorce from Pippin. The reunion
recently in St. Ixtuls was a joyful one.
A powder to be shaken into the shoes.
At this season your feet feel swollen, ner
vous and uncomfortable. If you hav«
smarting feel or tight shoes, trv Alien's
Foot-Ease. It rests and comforts; makes
walking easy. Cures swollen and sweating
feet, blisters and callous spots. Relieves
corns and bunions of all pain and is a cer
tain cure for Chi Iblains. Sweating, damp or
frosted feet. We have over thirty thousand
testimonials. Try it torfi,. Sold by all
druggists and shoe stores for 25c. Trial
package FREE. Address, Allen 8. Olin-
eted, Le Rov. N. Y.
Age Limit for Caeese.
“A few years ago.” said Harry Cun
The seal is a clumsy animal on th« ningham. of Montana, at Chamber
land, but it is remarkably agile in the lain's, “the late Charlie Broadwater,
water, and can catch almost any fish. of our State, gave a banquet to about
a score of bls personal friends. It was
Mothers will find Mrs. 'Winslow's Sooth an elaborate spread, and one of the
ing Syrup the best remedy to use for thr-r
chief Items was some twenty-year-old
Children during the teething period.
brandy that cost Mr. Broadwater a
The levees on both sides of the Mis- fabulous price, aud regarding which
•issippi are of sufficient extent that if he spoke with much enthusiasm.
they were built in a «ingle straight line
“At the wind-up of the feast coffee
they would be about 1,300 miles long, and Roquefort cheese were brought In.
or long enough to stretch the greater though the latter was not commonly
part of the distance between New Or I down on Montana menus at that per
leans and New York.
iod. Sitting near the host was one of
his special friends, who. after eying
the Roquefort a trifle suspiciously,
tasted it. made a wry (ace aud shoved
bis plate to one side.
“ ’You don’t seem to like that.’ re
marked Mr. Broadwater.
“ ’Indeed. I do not. Charlie.
twenty-year-old brandy is all right, but
1’11 tie d—d If I like your twenty-year-
led. 1 shall cerMinly recoœ-
I friends a* beine all they art old cheese.' "—Washington Post.
Taoa uillàbd . Elgin, UL
A Happy Thought.
“Let's reverse the conditions,” said
the seedy looking man to the waiter.
"You sit down and I’ll serve you, and
with the tip you are In the habit of
getting from other people. I'll be able
to get a square meal somewhere else.”
—Philadelphia North American.
Old French Officer«.
PtaMBl. r.lai«ki«. Poma«. T mu O om no
•«■A. M«.«r Sir»««. W««k«n. or Srirw Mt. «• M«
m CURB OON«TIPATION. ...
Mw*e Bi«««, «.«,«■«■ n—e in n«
The native hen of New Zealand is an
expert rat killer.
The giiaffe, the armadillo ani the
porcupine are voiceless.
Tomatoes have been cultivated for
only one hundred years.
As a rule, the eyesight of women is
better than that oi men.
The animal that first succumbs to
extreme cold is the horse.
In Switzerland a telephone can be
rented for $8 a year.
The song of the nightingale can be
heard at the distance of a mile.
General d'Exea Donmerce, senior of
ficer of the French army. Is 94 year»
old and baa served under three kings
xu tmperor, and two republic*
Bicycle« In South Africa.
The present campaign in South Africa
is practically the first opportunity the
British military authorities have had
of putting the cycle corps to a real test.
The cyclist corps attached to the Dur
ban Light infantry recently covered a
route of ninety miles in one day, for
the i urpose of obtaining information of
the Boer forces, doing some skirmish
ing on the way.
The veldt in dry
weather is admirably adapted for
cycling, as was demonstrated recently
by the feat of an Englishman, just
after the outbreak of war, who rode
from Pretoria to Ladysmith on his
wheel, passing several detachments of
cavalry on the way.—Collier’s Weekly.
American and Australian butter is
rapidly crowding the German article Has had a new demonstration of useful
ness by the captain of a lightship, who
from the English market.
An eim tree arrives at perfection af
ter a growth of 150 years, and a
healthy one will endure for 600 years.
Two-thirds of the crime iu London is
perpetrated between 2 1’. M. on Satur
day and 9 A. Al. on Mondays.
Mexicans ate nit noted for their
cleanliness, yet nearly every town iu
Mexico has a public bath house.
Miss Helen Gould has contributed
the Berrian collection of works on
Mormonism to the New York public
Louise Froebel, widow of Friedrich
Froebel. founder of the kindergarten
system, died in Hamburg at the age of
The production of prunes is inerens-
ing rapidly in Oregoli, the annual ship
ment of the dried fruit now amounting
to 500 cars.
The production of soap in Great Brit
ain is about 45,000 tons per week, of
which between 3,000 and 4,000 tons
are made in London.
A new regulation cog introduced in
Swiss watches, works so accurately
that the timo pieces do not vary 10 sec
onds in a month.
A violent sneeze so shook the body
of William A. Ilousell, a detective, of
New Brunswick, N. J., that it caused
temporary paralysis of the spine.
Five hundred miners at the Bryson
Coal & Coke Company mints, nearTaz-
well, Tennessee, walked out, after a
day’s notice of a demand of a 10 per
cent increase in wages.
labastink is the original
and only durable wall coating,
entirely different from all kal
somines. Ready for use in
white or fourteen beautiful
tints by adding cold water.
ADIES naturally prefer ALA-
BASTINE for walls and ceil
ings, because It Is pure, clean,
durable. Put up in dry pow
dered form, in five-pound pack
ages, with full directions.
An Empreu Who Wrestles.
The empress dowager of
< China is de- 1 T
. _ _
scribed by an English lady, who has j *
spent the greater part of her life in the J
Celestial empire, as a much more re-I X
There Is every good
markable woman than most Europeans ?
suppose. She is an ardent painter, and X
her pictures are said to be admirable Y
specimens of Chinese art. Strange as X
it may seem, her majesty is also said Y
to be fond of wrestling, and frequently X
indulges in this rather virile form of j
She is well read, is fond of ♦
European music, ami has some skill as J
i pianist. She is said, both by her X
friends and enemies, to be absolutely I
without any sense of fear, and, need- X
less to say, her life has been attempted x
a number of times.--N. Y. Herald.
St. Jacobs Oil
Mr. llamm—(the eminent tragedian)
—“Yes we opened our new play on
the first of January.” Friend—“And
did you have a long run?”
“Well, no, we didn’t have a long run,
but after the second performance we
had a long walk—all the way from
Soap enough to supply 150,000 for Chicago to Philadelphia.”—Philadel
one year has recently arrived in Denver phia Inquirer.
in one load. It was carried in a spe
cial train of 45 carloads, and if stacked THREE DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN
OGDEN AND DENVER.
up, one bar on top of another, this ®oap
would make a pile over 185 miles
The increase in transcontinental
travel by way of Salt Lake City in con
Piso’s Cure for Consumption is our only
medicine for coughs and colds. — Mrs. (’. sequence of the scenic and other attrac
lleitz, 439 Sth Ave., Denver, Col., Nov. 8, ’95 tions of the route, has recently justified
the Rio Grande Western Railway—in
At Springfield the electric workers connection with the Denver <& Rio
have gained an increase of wages from Gramle and Colorado Midland Railroads
$2.50 and $2.75 per day to $3 per day, —says the Salt Lake Tribune, in estab
and the coal handlers from $9 per week lishing a triple daily last passenger
to $10 for single and $11 for double service between Ogden and Denver.
teams per weak.
All of these trains are equipped with
the latest appliances, improvements and
Breeding- and Feeding Microbe». x
This road nos* operates through
The intestines are full ot disease germs that cars.
become active and dangerous in Constipation. sleepers between Chicago, Ogden ami
CaM'.irets kill and expel them. Druggists, 10c,
San Francisco, also a |>erfect dining car
25c . -*.0e.
service. Send 2c postage for literature,
A Pittsburg company is now en
rates or other information to J. D.
gaged in an order for fitting up the
Mansfield, 253 Washington street, 1’ort-
palace of the Mikado, in Japan, with
land; or Geo. W. Heintz, general pas
everything in the bath ami sanitary
senger agent, Salt Lake City.
line. Shipments are also being made
to Australia, South America, China
“I was never glad for this impedi
ment in my speech but once,” said the
man from Dearborn, who was iu to see
Coul< I II live Shot Washington«
the big parade. “When was that?”
“It was once in my power to have
"Fe-fe-fellow asked me h-li-how much
shot General Washington,” said a
I would take for a-a horse, and while
British soldier to an American as they I-I-I was t-tryiug to tell him
were discussing the events of the great
dollars, he offered me a hundred.”—
struggle after the concluding of peace.
“Why did you not shoot him then?”
The Pleasantest, Most Powerful and
asked the American. “You ought to
Effective Neverfai ing Remedy for
have done so for thft benefit of your
LA GIIII’I’K and CATAltlllf!
“The death of Washington would not
Ifall knew what thoiKamls know of
have been for their benefit,” repled the ’"*•« “»>" th«
».-)• I.r '-5 intoI'H1’ K-a <11
as \\ eil as a I’rw- n ivt* of any Ache or Pain
Englishman. “We depended upon him «ative
known to tin* human body, there would not be a
to use our prisoners kindly, and we’d family in all America without a bottle of
Drops !” Ken I for trial bottle. 2.5c, or large bottle,
sooner have shot an officer of our own.” $l -containing 300 doses. 6 bottle., for <5.
RHEUMATIC CURE CO
—N. Y. Herald.
used it after ordinary signals had failed, to
notify the shore authorities of danger. In
a like manner Hostetter's Stomach Bitters,
the famous indigestion and dyspepsia
cure, acts when other medicines fail, It
regulates the bowels and improves the ap-
SURELY AND PROMPTLY
Herrick at Hi» Best.
“Thus much,” says the poet Aldrich
in the March Century, “may be con
ceded to Herrick’s verse; at its best it
has wings that carry it nearly as dose
to heaven’s gates as any of Fhakspeare’a
The brevity of
the poems and their uniform smooth
ness sometimes produce the effect of
monotony. The crowded richness of
the line advises a desultory reading.
But one must go back to them agaiu
and again. They bewitch the memory,
having once caught it, aud insist on
saying themselves over and over.
Among the poets of England the author
of ‘llesperides’ remains, and is likely
to remain, unique.
stands alone in his vast domain, so
Herrick stands alone in his scanty plot
“ 'Shine, l’oet! in thy place and be
Spiders area serious plague in Japan.
They spin their webs on the telegraph
wires, and are so numerous as to causa
a serious loss of insulation. Sweeping
the wires does little good as the spiders
begin all over again.
Mistress—Did l’at give you
“The last chapter of my book sur
prised you, didn't it?” said the young
author. “Happier ending than you
“Well,” replied the
long suffering friend, “1 certainly felt
a sense of relief when 1 read it.”—N.
A new machine known as crypto
graphic typewriter, of which Frederick
Sedgwick is the inventor, has been
given a public test in Chicago. The
machine writes in cipher and translates
the matter automatically. It is said
to be a marvel of mechanical perfection
and has been examined by numerous
army officials and business men.
The burning of the bride’s play
things is part of the wedding ceremony
cine only and so used.
in Japan. The bride lights a torch,
which she hands to the bridegr<K>m,
who with it lights a fire in which the
Two heads may be better than one,
toys are destroyed.
but one big head is usually enough.—
Chicago Daily News.
A newspaper report of a wedding in
HE INTERIOR WALLS of
every church and school should
be coated only with pure, dur
able ALABASTINE. It safe
tons used yearly for this work.
customers should avoid get
The New England granite manufact
ting cheap kalsomines under
Insist on urers have rejected the deman<ls of the
having our goods In packages
granite cutters for an eight hour day
and properly labeled.
UI8ANCE of wall paper Is ob
viated by AT«ABASTINE.
can be used on plastered walls,
wood ceilings, brick or can
vas. A child can brush It on.
It does not rub or scala off.
STABLISHED In favor. Shun
all Imitations. Ask paint deal
er or druggist for tint card.
Write us for interesting book
let. free. ALABASTINE CO.t
Grand Rapids, Mich.
for the rest of the century. One para
mount reason is—it does cure,
160-164 E. Lak« St. Chicago, III.
More Precious Than Diamond».
LL kalsomines are cheap, tem mond ring when vou promised to marry
porary preparations made from him?”
whiting, chalks, clays, Ate.,
and stuck on W’alls with de
Bridget—No, mum; but he be aftlier
caying animal glue. ALABAS- givin’ me a hug that made me ribs
TINE Is not a kalsomlns.
crack I”—Jeweler’s Weekly.
EWARE of the dealer who
says he can sell you the “same
Check on PhyMiriam».
thing” as ALABASTINE or
“something just as good.” <He
Commissioner Wilson, of the interna
is either not posted or Is try tional revenue bureau, has decided
ing to deceive you.
that a physician who prescribes and
ND IN OFFERING something
he has bought cheap and tries sells to his patients whisky, brandy,
to sell on ALABASTINE S de wine or any other alcoholic liquor that
mands, he may not realize the
damage you will suffer by a is not coni|Miuiided into a medicine by
k kalsomine on your walls.
the admixture of any drug or medicinal
EN8IBLE dealers will not buy ingredient therewith, is required to
a lawsuit. Dealers risk one by pay special tax as a retail liquor deal
selling and consumers by using
Infringement. Alabastine Co. er, even though the alcoholic liquor
own right to make wall coat thus furnished be prescribed as a medi
ing to mix with cold water.
As a general thing, the sewing done
by male tailors is finer, neater an !
more uniform than that done by
An Excellent Combination.
The pleasant methixl and beneficial
effects of the well known remedy,
SvRt'P or Flos, manufactured by the
C ai . ifoiinia F ig S yrup Co., illustrate
the value of obtaining the liquid laxa
tive principles of plants known to be
medicinally laxative and presenting
them in the form most refreshing to the
taste and acceptable to the system. It
is the one perfect strengthening laxa
tive, cleansing the system effectually,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
gently yet promptly and enabling one
to overcome habitual constipation per
manently. Its perfect freedom from
every objectionable quality and sub
stance, and its acting on the kidneys,
liver and bowels, without weakening
or irritating them, make it the ideal
In the process of manufacturing figs
are used, as they are pleasant to the
taste, but the medicinal qualities of the
remedy are obtained from senna aud
other aromatic plants, by a method
known to the C alifornia F ig S yrup
Co. only, in order to get its beneficial
effects and to avoid imitations, please
remember the full name of the Company
printed on the front of every package.
a Missouri town closes with this can
did statement: “They were married at I
the I kaum of the brides’ parents, where
and at least $3 a day. It is expected they will remain until the gloom get« a
that the men will strike March 1.
A firm in America is turning out
Archbishop Corrigan has made the
study of the Italian language obligatory large quantities of paper tiles which
on all theological students in his are used for roofing. They are reported
diocese in order that Italian Catholics to lie hard and tough, and the glazing
appears to be of the nature of Japanese
may be reached more effectively.
lace. They are said to be exceedingly CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL
The cholera is only fatal to persons cheap, an<l can lie fashioned in any
NEW TORI, N. T.
who are great smokers.
color or shape to suit the purchaser.
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MANY SICK WOMEN
Can easily trace their trouble to the blood, but
that don't help, urile»» they find a remedy.
Moore’s Revealed Remedy
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