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That In addressing Mrs. Pinkham
you are communicating with a woman
—a woman whose experience in treat
ing woman's ills is greater that- that
of any living person- male or female.
A woman can talk freely to a wo
man when it is revolting to relate her
private troubles to a man.
Many women suffer in silence and
drift along from bad to worse, know
ing full well that they should have
immediate assistance, but a natural
modesty impels them to shrink from
exposing themselves to the questions
and probable examination of eveu
their family physician. It is unneces
sary. Without money or price you can
consult a woman, whose knowledge
from actual experience is unequaled.
Women suffering from any form of
female weakness are invited to freely
communicate with Mrs. Pinkham at
All letters are received, opened,
read and answered by women only.
This is a positive fact—not a mere
statement. It is certified to by the
mayor and postmaster of Lynn and
others whose letters, all in a little book,
Mrs. Pinkham has just published.
Write for a copy, it is free. Thus
has been established the eternal con
fidence between Mrs. Pinkhamand the
women of America which has never
been broken and ’ has induced more
than 100,000 sufferers to write her for
advice during the last few months.
Out of the vast volume of experience
which she has to draw from, it is
more than possible that she has gained
the very knowledge that will help
your case. She asks nothing in re
turn except your good-will, and her
advice has relieved thousands. Here
are some of the cases we refer to:
Mrs. Pinkham Helps
Two Women Through
Change of Life and Cures
Another of Sterility.
Read Their Letters.
“ D esk M bs . P inkham —1 feel that it
is owing to Lydia E. Pinkhams Vege
table Compound that I am alive to
day. It has taken me out of a sick
bed where I had lain for six weeks
with a good doctor to tend me twice a
day. My trouble was change of life,
had frequent hemorrhages. Your medi
cine checked the flow right away. I
am now. aile to do all my work' and
backache is unknown.
I am forty-
three years of age and enjoying good
health.”—M hs . A nnie F oster , Cascade
“ D ear M rs . P inkham —When I first
wrote to you, I was in a very bad con
dition. I was passing through the
change of life, and the doctors said I
had bladder and liver trouble. I had
suffered for nine years. Doctors failed
to do me any good. Since I have taken
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound my health has improved very
much. I will gladly recommend your
medicine to others and am sure that it
will prove as great a blessing to them
as it has to me.”—M rs . G eo . H. J une ,
#01 De Kalb Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
“D ear M rs . P inkham —It was my
ardent desire to have a child. I hail
been married three years and could
not become a mother, so wrote to you
to find out the reason. After follow
ingyour kind advice and taking Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, I
became the mother of a beautiful baby
boy. the joy of our home. He is a fat,
healthy baby, thanks to your medi
cine.”—M bs . M ln da F inkle , Ros
coe, N. Y.
We cannot go through the world
without impressing others.
We cast Bawl’s Hora Sounds a Warniag Not«
to the Unredeemed.
deep shadows or bright sunbeams into
their lives, for influence is the law of
it just law harms
life from which there is no escajie.
I Influence is the dogma of life as pene
Only those who
trating as the atmosphere, and your
touch God can
, consciousness of it has nothing to do
with the case. — llev. Dr. Adam.
ism always be
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The magnii.cent armored trains used bv
England in her war with the Boers will
transport her troops, protect bridges and
tbe only cure tor
telegraphic conimtinications in about the
same way that Hostetter's Stomach Bitters
drives dyspepsia from the human stomach
and then mounts guard that it does not re
grows out of
turn. The bitters has won in everv case
of indigestion, biliousness, liver and kid
ney trouble for <he past fitly years. It i^
Constant confession is tbe secret ot
1 invaluable at all times.
There are Rome women who always
Restraint Is the secret of happli'ess
use the same kind of judgment in al In pleasure.
lowing a poor steak to be passed off on
If the world owus you Christ must
them that they exercised years ago in disown you.
husband. — Atohinson
God will fulfill His promises without
Will Cure you. Dr. Plunder’s
The worldly Christian is content with
[jREGDNffLqODpwiFiiR' the swine-husks.
Too many Christian soldiers are of a
Tests of oil as fuel, made in the Brit retiring disposition.
ish navy, have not proved satisfactory.
The man who does not know Is al
Patent fuel, made of coal dust and tar, ways readiest to tell.
was found to yield nearly as good re
Men may save money, but money
sults as coal.
will never save them.
Pure Blood, Beautiful Complexion.
The time you spend with your chil
i Go band in hand, one impossible without ths dren is never wasted.
other, and the best, quickest, easiest blood
purifier is Cascarets Candy Cathartic. All
The church must be an organism be
druggists, 10c, 25c, 50c.
fore it Is an organization.
When blocks of ied are laid flat they
Prayer secures tbe divine indorse
melt quicker than if permitted to rest
ment to the checks of faith.
on their ends.
There Is no possession of Christ
I do not believe Piso’s Cure for Consump without confession of Him.
tion has any equal for coughs and colds.—
The furrows of affliction become
J ohn F. B oyer , Trinity Springs, Ind., Feb.
flumes for the flow of mercy.
The most important work for tlie
Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow’s Sooth
ing Syrup the best remedy to use for their present is that for the future.
children during the teething period.
The silent Christian does not exist,
An ice company in New Haven pro for, being dead, he yet speaketh.
poses to use automoblies for the deliv
The knowledge of sin does not al
ery of ice next summer.
ways lead to Its acknowledgment.
The man who is but ail echo in the
V/e offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any city may be a voice in the wilderness.
case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall’s
The advantages of good habits are
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props.. Toledo, 0. as great as the disadvantages of bad
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He who buys popularity at the price
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" Hall's Catarrh Cure is t ken.n' rnally.ac’in^ of Gideon" is the word of God on tbe
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If the stars went out of business be
Hall’s Family Pill r th * beat.
cause they were not suns the night
A Texas jury recently rendeied this would be drear.
verdict: “We find the man that stole
The fact that God has no pleasure In
the horse not guilty ”
the death of the wicked’does not infer
that He is satisfied with their line.
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| Olmsted, Le Roy, N. V.
which I have any knowledge,” said a
chemist, "is pliallin, of which but few
persons have more than the most rudi
mentary knowledge, though the veg
etable from which the deadly stuff
comes is to be found in almost every
Bathed and Barbered
field and swamp in the country. For
Are luxuries that all can enjoy on phallin Is the poisonous element in tlie
the observation car of the North Coast deadly mushroom, the 'death cup,’ as
Limited, in operation on and after it has been appropriately called. Not
April 29th on the Northern Pacific. only that. When pliallin was first dis
This obsei vation car will be a dandy. covered it was found that it was al
Get a leaflet.
most identical with the poison of the
rattlesnake, so that death from mush
Cremation is expanding in London. room poisoning is very similnr to death
In 1885, In that city, only three bodies from a serpent's bite. But still more
were disposed of in that way. In 1899, wonderful, it is n<Av known that vari
240 bodies were cremated.
ous bacteria produce nearly tbe same
poison—the bacteria, for instance, of
A Twl.t nf th« Wrl.t
the night will turn on tbe electric diphtheria and typhoid fever. It seems
Two More Women Who In
berth light in the Pullman standard odd enough that death from the poison
Acknowledge the Help sleeping cars on the Northern Pacific’s ous mushroom, from a rattlesnake bite
they Have Received from North Coast Limited. Two lights in and from diphtheria should result from
each section. Send for a North Coast practically the same cause.
“It Is said that twenty-five people
" D ear M rs . P inkham —The doctor
are killed every year in the United
•ays I have congestion of the womb,
Oui new possession, Costa Rica, sup States by eating the death cup. mistak
•nd cannot help me. There is aching plies the best and largest bananas that
ing it for the edible mushroom. It re
in the right side of abdomen, hip, leg, ; come to the United States.
quires only a bit of tbe death cup to
and back. If you can do me any good,
kill—a piece the size of a pea will do It.
please write.” — M rs . N ina C hase .
Too Great a Strain.
Fulton, N. Y., December 20, 1897.
Muggins—Poor Wigwag has gone in One case Is cited in which a boy ute
only a third of a small uncooked cup of
"D ear M rs . P inkham —I followed sane.
the deadly mushroom, but It was
your instructions, and now I want
Buggins—You don’t mean it I
every woman suffering from female
"Yes, he started to calculate how ; enough to cause Ills death. Indeed, so
trouble to know how good your advice much alimony Solomon would have to baneful Is the pliallin poison that even
and medieine is. The doctor advised
the Handling of the death cup and the
an operation. I could not bear to pay if hp hail lived in Chicago. ”—Phil
breathing of the spores may produce
think of that, so followed your advice. ; adelphia Record.
I got better ripli t off. I took six bottle«
No marriage license is required to
“The death cup looks very pretty as
of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound and used three packages of marry in New York city. A marriage I It grows In the fields, and when eaten
Sanative Wash ; also took your Liver contracted under the age of consent It has not the slightest ill taste, either
Pills, and am cured.”—M rs . N ina may be annulled in nearly any state.
when raw or when cooked. Nor Is
C hase , Fulton, N. Y., December 12,
there any uneasiness felt from nine to
fourteen hours afterward. Then come
“D ear M rs . P inkham —Have been
terrlblq ¡tains In the abdomen, nausea
suffering for over a year and had three
and vomiting, followed by almost cer
doctors At time of menstruation I
tain death, with many of the symptoms
suffer terrible pains in back and
of Asiatic cholera. The effect of phal
ovaries. I have headache nearly every
li is to dissolve the red corpuscles in
and feel tired all the time. The
doctor said my womb was out of place.
the blood, permitting then« to escape
Would be so glad if you could help me.”
through the alimentary canal. The
—M bs . C abi . V oss , Sac City, Iowa,
greatest care is necessary, therefore. In
August 1, 1898.
gathering mushrooms not to pick any
" Please accept my sincere thanks for
of the death cups. They are easily rec
the rood your advice and Lydia E.
ognized from tlie others, and there nev
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has
er is any need of making mistakes.”
dona me, I did everything you told
“I always tak«
me to do, and used only three bottles,
and feel better in every respect.”— '
In the Spring and it is
“Of course. I'm in favor of suffrage
M bs . C abl Voss, Sac City, Iowa, March
the best blood puriuer for women. Henrietta.” sahl Mr: Meek-
I kbow of.’’
ton. "But 1 don’t think they ought to
Mrs» Pinkham has Fifty
go to the polls themselves.”
"What do you mean?”
Thousand Such Letters as
came on my fare have
"They ought to be able to send their
all disspi>e«red since
Above on Filo at Her Of-
I began taking Hood's husbands to «vote for lioth. If they go
flop She Makes no State
Sarsaparilla. I ten red to the polls themselves It will confuse
father ofcatarrh '* matters.
A perfect gentleman who
ments She Cannot Prove. All Eruptions. my
Ai. sha H amilton .!
saw a lady at the polls looking a little
“I had • e rof u la1 worried would feel compelled to lift his
The grip has no terrors for a certain
•ores all over my back I hat politely and say. ‘Madam, take my
gentleman in Holton. Kan.
and face I began tak vote.' ’’—Washington Star.
longs to 15 different societies, end in
ing Hood's Sarsapar
them has taken 72 degrte*.
illa aiwi in a few weeks
A man has n-ached the age of discre
I court not see ant . tion when he is old enough to know
There are in the United States 80'
sicn ot ths »or»« ' I
Berlins, 21 Hamburgs, 28 towns bear
O tto R Moot«. I that he doesn't know some things be
Mount Iiopa. Wls.
, will know when he get« older.
ing tbe name Paris and 13 London.
There are at the present moment be
tween 800 and 900 commissioned ofti-
1 cers id the United States army who
have risen from the ranks.
PERUN A PROTECTS OUR HOMES
The Roberts Family, of Falls City, Neb., Are Healthy and Happy—A Rare Sig-lit in These Days.
They Say, “We Think Penina Is The Greatest Medicine On Earth.”
No man is better known in the State I
of Nebraska than Mr. Carl T. Roberts,
contractor and mason. A typical Amer
ican—active, shrewd, and full of busi
ness sagacity. He is not only a pro
vider for his family, but a protector.
In a recent letter to Dr. Hartman he
writes, among other things, as follows:
“Our boy James, had the membran
ous cronp, and repeated attacks of lung
fever. Our boy, Charlie, was also
subject to attacks of pnuemonia and
pleurisy. Our third boy, John, wa«
subject to fever and ague (malarial)
and liver trouble.
Peruna. cured my boys entirely, and
now I have three of the healthiest hoys
in the State of Nebraska, which I at
tribute to your medieine. My wife
had a stomach trouble which Peruna i
also cured. Altogether for my whole
family we have used nineteen bottles of
Peruun. and have thus saved $500 in
doctors’ bills. 1 am a contractor and
mason by trade, and am known all
over Nebraska. I have had a stomach
trouble which lias been greatly relieved
by your remedy, Peruna, for which I
am still taking it. We think it is the I port that I atn better than I have been
greatest medicine on earth.”—C. T. . for many years. 1 believe Peruna is
i without a doubt the best medicine that
Roberta, Falls City, Nebraska.
Hon. William Youngblood, Auditor ever was used in a family. It has
for the Interior, ' cured my nervousness, with which I
writes from Wash had been afflicted for a great number
ington, D. C., to of years.”
It is a fact of ever increasing aston
Dr. Hartman, Co
lumbua, Ohio, as ishment that ao many otherwise sensi
follows: “I’ve of- ble and provident people will, for the
ten' heard of your neglect of so simple a precaution as to
gre?t medieine imd have a bottle ot Peruna at hand, bring
have persuaded inv upon themselves the needless suffering
wife, who has been and foolish expense that a practitioner
much of a sufferer of medicine is forced to witness every
from catarrh, to try day.
As soon as the value of Peruna is
Peruna. and after
using one bottle she fully appreciated by every household,
wonderfully both as a preventitive and a cure of
It lisa these affections, tens of thousands of
you lives will lie saved, and hundreds of
have claimed for it, and 1 take pleasure thousands of chronic, lingering case«
in recommending it to anyone who is of disease prevented, l'etuna is the
afflicted with catarrh.” Peruna has household safeguard.
A complete work on chronic catarrh
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