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THE SCRANTON BIBllKE-HONDAY, JANUARY 13, 1902,
The News of Cafffeoiulale,
.a a A 4. -.lS
Dolawnrb and Hudson Railroad.
November 24, 10OH
TmIm leave, Cartioiiblo at i-lty nation fob
rSr Smnton mid Wlll.CJt-n.irrc-d.OO, T.W, 8.00,
f.Ul, 10.01. 11.21 o. in.l 1.00. ! '-6n' "m
CM, 7.00, 10 01, 11.00 t. I". , ,
Kumliiy tinlm learn m S.M, 11.21 '" lu'
2. in, 0.50. S.OO 1). in. . .. . v..
I'or Album-, 8,iMtol. Monlrenl, I''in, Jw
J.'iiirhml point, etc., 7.00 . in.! -as '' '"
For Wnj-mart and ltoncsihle, 7.22, . a. m.l
S..11, fl.ia p. m. , ..,,,1,1,1
Sunday tralni lean wujnutt ami I!one'in
at 11.30 a. til,; 4.13 ii. tn. ,,.. , ,.,rr
Twlm ntrlve nt Cnlonilili (toni V'H,y,,S
ami Scranton in follow! DM, 8.W. ,Wj ":.'
. III. I 12.37, 2.00, .1.13, 4.2, 0.03, T.Ul, . . "
11.87 p. m,; 2.03 a. in. .,, ,, ,
Sunday (ralm nrrhe at 0.27 a. in ; J-'10' " '
i.HS, 0.2O, 11.30 p. in. . , , ,..,
Sunday train untie At raihontl.ilc from -y
Hurt and llonpfdalo at 12.17 and 7 & !' '"j
New York, Ontario and Western.
Sept. 17, 1001. , .
Trains leavn Carbondale lor Scranton at .K
tn.; 1.00 p. m.
Sunday trains at 7.00 a. in.; 0.011 p. m.
Tralni Ituie airbond.de for point nortli ,ut
11,10 a. m. On Sunday at O.lu ,i. m: Traina
leaving at 11.10 a. tn. Meek day and tun a. in.
Sundays mate tonncctloni (or Xeu Yer!:, Loin
Trains nirlv from Scranton al 11.10 a. in.: "--to
p. in.; from polnti north, 4.00 p. " Sunday
from Fcranten at 0.10 a. m, and 7.45 p. tn.;
from C.idosU at O.Ofl p. tn.
.lunc 2.1. 1001.
Trains lc.ne city nation, CitrboniUte. dally
'(except Sunday) Jt 7.00 a. in. and I.S'i p. nt. for
Brandt and Mncrrli; nl '!: a. m.. dtlly (ft
(ipllns Sundij), fur llitia;li.imtuii, undents ion.
.ncrtlons for Ji-w loll, city and lhtUnlu, ati'l nt
U.10 p. in. for HiifqiuhannJ, making conneUlona
for nuitcrn point".
Sunday tr.ilii3 nt 3.15 a. in. for Sitiauclianlia.
villi ucti-rii cnnne(.tlon, and C.27 p. in., ttilli
Ttaliu anlvc at S.'S n. tn. and 5.15 p. in.
bundays at 8.53 a. in.
AND EVANS NOMINATED
!The Choice for' Mayor, Treasurer and
Controller at the Republican Prim
aries on Saturday, the Most Inter
esting and Stirring in the History
of the Town The Normal Repub
lican Vote Polled Copeland,
Evans and Lewis Nominated for
School Directors The Story of the
The most inteicsllng and Stirling
primaries ever conducted in Cnrbon
dale tool: place on Saturday evening
when the Republican caucused for the
ilrst time In u municipal election under
the Crawford county system and dis
posed of the nominations for the three
most Important oflices In the city rov
crmnent as follows,:
Mayor Frank S. liommclmcyer.
Treasurer Melvln II. Tappon.
Controller Goorgu W. Evan.
The oflices that held second place in
Interest were those of school director
for the three year term and the one
year term for the upper district. The
successful nominees fur the three year
term wa'j Wallace Copeland, who re
ceived tin co times as many votes as
his opponent, Frank J. Love.
W. Ii. Evans, the present director,
was nominated over Homer Smith by
nearly 300 majority. In the lower dis
trict, W. D. Lewis defeated Henry
Chapman by nearly a hundred votes.
The vote was the normal Republi
can vote, about 1,200, something extra
ordinary, and the best Indication u-llie
lively interest th.it was stirred up in
the party, due hugely 10 the fact that
it was the time for the operation of
the rrawford county system of piiin
aties In lel.itluu ui municipal oflices.
The total "ote for the plilieipal olllces
is as follows, with the exception of a
few districts wliete no tally list was
made out and where si search failed to
locate the election ollleeis:
ltommul.i:eyer's plurality... ill
Kvuns fill '
Kvann' plmulity 203
The vote on school dlicetor was:
Three year term, Copeland, W.'ij Love,
111; Copehind's niujoiity, -101.
One year term ICvans, 513; .Smith,
231; Uvnns' majority, 2S2.
Lower District Lewis, 170; Chap
U. V. Humiihicy, select council; U.
S. C'Irtik and Abe Sahm, common coun
cil, all of the .Second ward, had no op
position. James Thompson was de
feated in tho Sixth ward by James
Solomon by a vote of 100 tn til. Harry
Dolph was elected constable of the
KlUh , .wind. IMward Nenry, H. II,
ptncoi,John J. Umiuet were unopposed
Irtlhoju iflspegtlvc wards. The uindl
dwGrs Tfotvelty assassprs, 'Thomas Scott,
JWtii .Wntei'lleld and Wlj.lapi U. Wll
llumsiikewlsQ had no opposition.
JTJhe ,votu by districts, with the few
eijtjeptjonii noted, is as follows:
l'"jm "'ward; Tiru iIUUIUttMivoi, llatuinvl
inejjr, iiy Hobert, ill; li)llc, II. Ti cmncr
Tapnan, ISO; Ccldir, 31; Davii, II; n,ur, 2.
Controller Kwiu, 57; ftliannou, 17(. ,Vm'Oi -AVJJUain,
100; Waleitield, 171; Kcott, 177. h'chail
Dbisetort tfnilth. W; Kaiu, 1(3; OoU-, 13; t'ow.
lapdt 1S3, Third dblri't Mayor, ltommolmejer.
0;'lfobert, 51; Burko 51, Trcasinei Tappau, 27;
fielder, 13; Dcrer, :i; D.iI, ;i. (.oiiliollei !:
atw, M; fcliaiinoii, n, Axics.om Wllllann, 22;
WftlerheJd, 23; Siotd It. SUiool Director -aipljji,
3j Evan3, S3; licic, 1; Copeland, 37
Second -Jfjoji, flut dUtrlct. Mayor lloimiul-
I 1IJ Pt II ! I
1 The Liver 1
- While Coffee Is the
Ually drink, 5
iiieur, (111 UobeiK, lit tint Kc. 3. 'Irrasurer
'fappin, Bll Holder,- li lici. Ji H.U, 2t.
Oontroller-l.vrtlis, All bluiiiicu, 2!. hibnol III
tcciois Sinltli, 1fll l.'wni, Wt tlnti'i "t t'opel.iiul,
00, fccoml illslrld Miyor Koniiiicltiicjcr, 40;
Itobeils, 10; llutkc, (I. Trc.taiiret--Titpp.iii, SO I
fielder, HI; Deter, I; Iliuls, I. Contt oiler-I!v.
am, VI: hhatmnn, 'ii. Ancwi Wllllann, 44',
Watetnold, us; Holt, U5. iliool DlncWM
Snillli, Ii; Kvans 51! (loto, Id; Copeland, III.
lliltd ilUtrlcl. Ma.iot llonnnelincjci, lit ltub
citt, I) I flutko, .1. Treanner Tappfii, 4; (leliier,
10; Dercr, 7; U.tvl, u. Controller-Ki.im. ';
Sliannon, 10. A-M6M-.Vllllaiiw, 22; wnltv
llild, 23; fcolt, 21. School DItrtloM Stnlllt, it;
I'aoih, J Si tlote, 3; Ccpeland, 17.
"lltlnl waid, rirt illttritl Mayor, Itoniiiiel
i.teycr, 27; llobert, 10; Dtnlic, '. 'fieaiurer
T.lppan, 25; fielder, 10; Deiet, 2; l)l, 11.
(.'iintrollet-llvons 22 i Sliannon, 22. Ae"or -Wlllhtw,
"2; Wnteiiield, M5; siott, ai, clnni
Ulrcctota Chapliun, W, I.ewh, 22. Soinnd .In
trlct Mjyor lloinmelinejcr, 53; Illicit, !l",,
llmk-c, a. Trc.T.tmi--T.ippati, 17; (leldei, 10;
Pcier, 4; l)nl, 0.1. rcntrollci l'.ni. S'i; Slim
lion, 4. A'ior4-t'llll.ini-. HO; WntcrllcM, 2'i:
S'-otl, C.. .School Dlrectou Ch.lpnun, 0; Lewis,
SS. I'otiitli dlitrkl. Mjjof ltrmiticlinejci', 27;
ltbeit, 7"; ltntkc, 1. Tieatuiei Tjppin, !;
llcldcr, 20; Dclei, 2; l)ail, :!7. fontloller
Hrati-, iiOj Miaiition, 2''.
Pnurtli v.ild, l'ir ilUlilil Maj at llonimol
tuejer, 2; lti,licrt'", 15; llutl.e, .1. Tteasuici
Tappati, !l; Uiddpf, 0: Merer, 0; Hails, 15. Coif
tioller Pvjiw, 10; .Sliinnon, :l. School Ultprtm
CliJpin.iii, 5; Levis, II. Second dMrlcl M.iur
lloinincliiicM-i, n; llobcits ,"; Iluik-. 2. Ti.n
urei Tappati, I): Oolder, !!; Dei pi, 0; DavK 4.
Controller Kv.m, 5", .Shannon, 1. Thlnt dlttlct
Mayor lioinniclinijei, 2; ltnlieit, 1; lluiko, n.
l'lftli waul, 1'iist dl-lilit Major lloinincl
niejcr. i:tj; lloliptts 73; iliiike, '. Treasurci
Tappati, 7S; Ooldir, lo1-; fKier, is.; Iml), 2il.
Controller 1'. tti, ll'l; Shiiiticn, 7.-. Vliool
Director-. bmftti, 00; H.-.tns 117; (toie. .H; Cop
land, 107. Am-of,-Sruil, lid, Wamril-Id, 115;
hKlli waul, l'ltst iliiliict M.ij-or l!immrl
niMer, u'l; ltohrrti, 10.'; llntlcp, . Ticanr'r
Tapp.ni, 50; O'clder, C'r, Pctu, 1.1 j l)m, 10.
Controller Kviiih, H5; Shannon, 5. S'hool 1)1
irctoit Smith, fl'i; IIvjus, t(l; Ooip, so; lop
AMONG THE DEMOCRATS.
The Primaries to Be Held This After
noon Hon. J. J. O'Neill Piobable
Nominee for Mayor.
1'ublic Interest is now centered In the
probable nominees of the Democratic
Tlie nilmaries of the Democtats are
to take place today, between 4 and 7 p.
m. Up to within a few days, and even
to today, there has been no certainty
ns to who is the party's choice for
mayor. Slates have been 'made and
made over again, and while the choice
for treasurer and controller weie de
cided without much ado, the mayoralty
was a hard nut to crack: an available
candidate, or rather a willing candi
date, who had the element', of strength
was sought for in vain. The choice for
treasurer was disposed of to the pres
ent city treasurer, P. F. Connor, while
John Bridged was decided on for con
troller. As to the mayoralty, the feel
ing is now that the nomination will be
given to Hon. James J. O'Neill. Given
is the bpst term that can be applied,
for it is known that Mr. O'Xeill is not
only not anxious, but has not even a
hankering for the office. Pet haps iChis
wishes were followed his name would
not even be mentioned In the conven
tion. There is, of course, some posslr
blllty of .Mr. O'XelU's name not going
before the convention; but the possi
bility is somewhat remote just now,
and Is likely to remain In the shade,
unless there be s-ome surprising de
velopments' within a few days. Tlie
unexpected, of course, may happen, but
If any attempt be made to place an
other name bel'ote the convention the
proceedings may take a lively turn.
muh. unrnciET callagiiku,
widow of the lute John Clallagher, died
Saturday evening at her home, on
AVoodluwn avenue. She had been ail
ing for some time, her ailment being
clumicleristlo of one of her advanced
Mrs. Gallagher was a native of Ire
land, but had lived In Carbondale al
most all her life. She was u member
of St, P.os'e church and her devotion to
its teachings bad its influence. Mrs.
Gallagher is survived by One son and
three daughters, us follows: John, Klin,
Sarah and Lizzie, of this city, and Mrs.
John MiCloff, of Jermyn.
MUS. WILLIAM WAUUICN, a for
mer resident of Scruuton and well
known in (.'arboiidale, died at her homo
In Duryca on Saturday. Tho deceased
was an aunt of Mrs. Albprt It, Jones,
of this city, and used to visit her.
The funeral will take place this
morning. There will be services at the
residence In Daryea, commencing ut
S.30 this morning. The deceased will
he taken to Caibondule cm the train
reaching this city til 10.CO, and will then
be conveyed to i:iifford for burial,
The following have been nominated
by the Kell Republicans and will be
the ticket at the February election;
Supervisors Philander Horn, John
School directors Peter C'urnow, John
Poor illt eclur John D, Thomas,
i 'oits table Thomas Corby.
Auditor Homer Wilcox,
Town clerk Harry Curnow.
J At the Hospital.
Thomas Collins, of Scott street, a
conductor on tlu Ontailo and Western
railroad, was admitted to Kinergency
hospital on Saturday, Jt Is believed
he Is developing typhoid fever. Yester
day there was a nottceablo improve
ment in his condition.
Cieorgo Uiovlsky, of Forest city. Is
at tho hospital, suffering from a pain
fully bruised hand.
Sang a Solo,
Joseph Huttlo, of tills city, who is
located in Schenectady, N, V., sang
an "Ave Murla," with splendid effect
dm lag the offertory of the loto mass
In St. Rosa church yesterday. Mr.
Puttie's lobusl tenor voice showed a
remarkable development in strength
"A Sunday in Paris."
Uev, Luther Waring, of Scranton,
will dejlver the second of his series of
addreBSts befoie the young people of
tho Reienn Baptist church tonight.
His hubject will lie "A Sunday in
Paris." The talk will be free. The
public Is cordially Invited.
At St. Hose Church.
At the latQ mass In St. Rose church
yfsterday u forceful sermon was deliv
ered by Rev. M. .1. O'Rourke, of this
city, pastor of the Catholic church nt
Tho Columbia Tnir to Open in
Burke's Hall Tonight Prry
O'Dell & Dee's Repertoire Com
pany at the Grand Tho Lectin e
This will be an Important week In a
social way. Then) will bo numerous
niniifientLMitH to appeal to the young
people and the older folks of the town,
while two Intellectual feasts In the way
of lectin es niu likewise to be provided.
The fair of the Columbia Hose com
pany, a week of repertoire at tho Clrand
and a recital by Rev. E. A. Royl and
a lecture by Rev. Dr. William U. Klrby,
of Washington, D. (.'., urn embraced in
the piosrumnio that spreads Itself over
tho whole week,
The Columbia Talr.
The enterprise of tho Columbia Hose
company, the annual fair for which
there has been so mucfi planning, will
make Us bid tonight for the public's
patronage for the week.
The fair will open In Burke's hull
tit S o'clock. There will be no opening
parade, as Is customary with hose
company fairs In this city. Tho feat
ures of amusement and pleasure 111
be awaiting thu patrons so soon as tho
doors open and the throng enters tho
hall, which has gpon transformed by
Decorator Fuhrman, of Scranton,
whose artistic Ideas are well expressed
In the big picture of color In which
the hall Interior Is set. There will be
an entertaining programme of musical
numbers, and at the conclusion the
Mozart orchestra will play the latest
dancj music for the young people who
are devotees of terpslehorc. The Mit
chell and the Coltag" companies, be
sides the Cnlumblns, will be In uniform
nt the fair.
Repertoire Company at Grand.
The Perry O'Dell & Dee company of
comedians will open an engagement of
live nights and two matinees at the
Clrand this evening. The opening bill
will bo "In Peril, ' which Is said to be
a stronge drama, the kind that is
strongest in favor with those whose
preferences lean to companies in reper
tolie. The company comes well re
commended, and piovldes also a num
ber of good specialties between acts.
"The Secret Despatch."
On Wednesday night, at the Grand,
the company In icpertolro will give
way to David Hlggins' play, "The Se
cret Despatch." This piece was at tltr1
Academy of Music in Scranton the last
three days of last week and gave prob
ably thr best satisfaction of any play
at that liouso this season. Van Kenzle,
who was seen here last season in the
leading role ji David Hlggins' "Plnoy
Ridge," Is the leading man In "Tho
Secret Despatch." This anonuncemont
will be lecelved with decided satisfac
tion, as Mr. Kenzic's acting was prob
ably the best that was enjoyed by Car
bondallans during last year. The price
of seat for tills performance will be
50 cents for all reserved scats. The
gallery seats will be 23 cents.
Rov. E. A. Boyle'3 Recital.
Thu people's lecture course, under the
auspices of the Beteau Baptist church
trustees, will be opened on Friday
night by Rev. E. A. Royl, who will
give a miscellaneous recital. This in
cludes selections of every description,
ftom comic to trnijedy, readings from
Shakespeare and "Ben Hur" are feat
ures of the programme. Mr. Boyle has
studied with three of the largest
schools in America, and is. a graduate
of the King's School of Oratory, of
Pittsburg, Pa. He fs an elocutionist of
rare training and ability.
There will be no admission, but a sli
ver offering, whatever one feels de
posed to offer, will be accepted.
The Labor Question.
Rev. Dr. William J. Klrby, professor
ol sociology in the Catholic university
at Washington, D. C. will he tlie next
speaker in the lecture course of the
Knights of Columbus,
His engagement will be Friday even
In F, tn St. Rooo hall. Dr. Klrby will
discuss "The Public and the Lecture
Coinse," a subject that Is pertinent and
which he Is well qualified to tieat.
The following officers of Crystal
camp, Woodmen of tho World, were
installed at the meeting on Friday
Past commander, W. 11. Chase; coun
cil commander, A. L. Gurney; lieuten
ant advisor, A. K, Nlchol; banker, W.
B. Whltlock; clerk, C. F. Whttelock;
escort, George Beatle; watchman, A.
A. Ramsay; sentry, Andrew Patten;
camp physician, Dr. Mark L. Bailey;
manageis, Clayton Curtis, two yeuts;
jr. C. RIerdon, one year.
It was also decided to change the
place of meeting from the Murrin
Jnilldlng to the J. !:. Watt building on
the corner of Main sveet and Salem
Dlstriset Deputy A, L. Gurney pre
sided, A smoker followed the exor
cises. Meeting Tonight.
Olive Leaf Lodge, I, O. O. F.
rederal Union, No. 7201,
Patriotic Order Rous of Ametlca,
Carbondale council Knights of Col
The condition of Martin .lordup, who
was shot by Patllck McNulty a few
weeks ago, Is slightly Improved. He
Is not out of danger, however,
THE PASSING THRONG.
Miss Katie Gllllgan Is spending u ft-w
duys In Arehbahl,
Miss Lorettn Coleman, of Vino street,
Is home, after a visit In Scranton.
Miss Mume Dreunau, of Helmout
street, spent Saturday in Scutntou.
Peter A. Coleman, of Scranton, spent
yesterday at his home op the West
Michael Ncary, traveling sulcsman
for Joseph nunnlgan, of Jluifnlo, spent
Sunday In Caibondule,
Thomas Howley, of Scranton, spent
Saturday at tho home of Mr. and Mis.
P. H. Gllleran, on River stieet.
Mis. William Fllley and daughter.
Llgouru, of Scranton,- weio Iho guests
yesterday of MIsh Mlnnio Uimen, of
" ' m "
Isiael Ferris, agftd S4 ear. died at
his home ou South Main sticet yester
day morning. Deceased hud been HI
for several weeks, having contracted
a scvsio cold. Hj wau ono of Feck
ville'tf oldest residents;, and was highly
respected by tlie entire community. He
wan u member of Hiram lodge. Free
und Aeeupted .Masons, of Providence.
Dec-f-astid Is survlVLiI by a widow und
two daughters, nuinely, Mrs. Martha
ISSmsiM WbpHg to Mrs PSsakBsstffBSp L$?$mP Bflfs.M I
jfoF9 Mdwi It Is jAbsolestoy Fre smel $fes I
Pisimmi Thousoml mi WomonB to Sasfli I
All Letters Are Sacredly Confidential and No Names Arc Published "Without Special Per- N
mission of the "Writer All Letters Are Received, Opened and Answered by Women I
jl Only During the Last 20 Years Mrs. PinKham Has Gained a Greater Iino-wlcdJe I
jj Regarding Female Ills Than Any Other Person, and is Consequently Better Qualified n
to Advise and Guide SicK Women. ' f
I ' 'MMmMW V7 Discoverer of Lydi
I '"i" ww- J?
n. SKrnv wiiCT. .ff.iiaiitfTJLtr iu-'('h rt vi rf.
j , uwaa wo u utfjK.uraodf.tfa , PStskSBOssi's Advice TJsoKSsoatfs Riiora of m
In addressing Mrs. Pinkham you are confiding your
private 'ills to a woman a woman whose experience in
treating woman's diseases is greater than that of any living
physician male or female.
You can talk freely to a woman when it is revolting
to relate your private troubles to a man besides a man
does not understand simply because he is a man.
Many women suffer in silence and drift along from
bad to worse, knowing full well that they ought to have
immediate assistance, but a natural modesty impels them
to shrink from exposing themselves to the questions and
probably examinations of even their family physician. It
is unnecessary. Without money or price you can consult
a woman whose knowledge from actual experience is
greater than any local physician. The following invitation
is freely offered ; accept it in the same spirit.
Women suffering from any form of female weakness
are invited to promptly communicate with Mrs. Pinkham
f at Lynn, Mass. All letters are received, opened, read and
a niKivprpH lii' wmiipn mill'. A wmiton ran fri-wlv fnlk of
her private illness to' a woman ; thus has been established
I the eternal confidence between Mrs. Pinkham and the
h women of America which has never been broken. Out of
v the vast volume of experience which she has to draw from,
fe . I M.l .1 . -1 I . .1 .... !
;v it is more man ppssioie mac
ledge that will help your case. She asks nothing in return
except your good-will, and her advice has relieved thousands.
Surely any woman, rich or poor, is very foolish if she does
not take advantage of this
lias restored more women to
Oermeii, of PeiUvllie, and Mrs. Bella
Hnyder, who icsldes near Prleeburjj.
The funeral will take place at 2.30
o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the
Pockvillo Ilaptlst finirch. Iuteiiuent In
Sir. and !lrs. fl. M. Pierce aro at
Meredith, X. Y., where they attended
the funeral of (tho former's step
mother, Mrs, Jane Pierce, which wan
clip the following
Herald, filvlnjr the
from the Oneouta
account of Mrs.
sne nas gameu me very Know
PMKHAMS'S ETMBLE $0fl8Pi$MESB
health than any other medicine the druggists have ever sold It ontHells all other medicines for female ills two to
one Therefore it must be unequalled. Accept no substitute.
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Mis. Jane Plene. a widow resldhiK
ut Pavenporl, was liisiuutly killed on
the Tlelawuio und Hudson Hacks in
Oneonta a little b5toto noon on Tues
day. It appears that Mrs. Pierce had
ni rived on thu Ulster and Delawuie
train nt 11.30 aud had sturted down the
trad: lor the Uelawaio and Hudson
station, fiotn which she Intended to
take the train for nintjhaniton. Two
other ludles who cuiuo on the train
with her accompanied her down the
track as far as tha stairs loudlutt to
Clrand stuct, which they had stalled
Fqw letters Showing the RssssSt of PJIfSa
Plnkfozm's Advice TJsoKseaarts BSoro of
the Sams KBatS Aro ojj? FSSo to Her Office
sit lysm? i2-fess
"DrjAnMr.3. Pj.vkiiam : I have been for fome . years a great sufferer
and thought 1 would write and explain my case to you us you had helped
so many others. Menstruation is irregular and very painful. 1 have suf
fered with painful periods for ten years but the pains grow woi'oo ab I
' 1 buffer most with mv bach, lower part of abdomen and loft side. I
have been ilowiug all the month and a part of August, not constantly, but
will ston for two or three days and then begin again.
" Tho doctor bav.s I have misplacement of the womb. I have bearing
down pains when passing urine, and my abdomen is very badly swollen
and sore. Plcate adviso me at your earliest convenience." Miis. A. V.
tjcorr, yt Page St., Kingston, Pa. (Sept. 110, 1900.)
"Di'MtMns. Pinkham: When 1 wrote to you aslciug advice no one
could describe my suffering. The doctors c aid 1 could not be relieved un
less I had an operation performed, but thunUs to you and your medicine
1 ji-ot along without having tho dreaded operation. 1 have taken ten
bottles of your medicine and am once more well and happy. Iij'tliu 1
Pinklmin'.s Vogutalilo Coinyoinul is a lino medicine and a Hod-send
to huffering wmuon. 1 trust my letter may be the means of bringing
many of my suffering histoid to accept your kind aid." Mils. A. V. Scott,
L'l Pago tit, Kingston, Pa. (Jan. .'10, 1001.)
" i:ai: M its. Piskham : Some time ago I wrote you thai my regular phy
sician had made- an examination and told me 1 was anlictrd witli a tumor in
.r irnmVi I limi liMrUnchi'. headache, bearing-down pains, unit very pro
fuse menstruation. .Mv limbs would
vcrv weak and nervou.f. 1 was bloated from my heoil to my leet. rtiter
,.o,.,!,.s. Vn,. i..tt,.p i imL- iVvillii !:. Piiikhnm'B Voirclalilo Com
pound mid Jllmitl Pliriiicr, and followed all tlie rest ot your advice as
near as I could, and tho tumor was expelled in pieces., and 1 regained my
uatural size. I continued taking your Vegetable Compound for a while
longer and felt like u new woman. 1 cannot thank you enough for your
klud udviee, and what our medicine did for me. It certainly saved my
life," .Mas. Pi:m.i:v S. Wn.i.is, or.slure, t.
" i:.iu.MiN. 1'iSKiiAM : One yoarngo I read a letter in a paper telling
;w much trood one woman had derived froui I.ydlli p. l'JilKlinill'B
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couraged, as tho medicine the doctor ao me did mo no good. 1 hud kidney
complaint, leucorrheaa, itching, bearing-down feolliig, and painful men
htriiiitiou. 1 wrolo to von describing my trouble und soon received an
unswer tolling me what to do. I followed your instructions, and hove
taken nine bottles of Vegetable Compound, und used one package of faunative
Wash, and one box of l.iwr i'ills. 1 am well now. do not have tiiosu bick
biiellbJit the monthly period, but can work all day, and that 1 nover could
do unm 1 began taking tho Compound. 1 cannot praiso te Compound too
highly. I do hone every buffering woman will learn of your remedies aud
bo cured, as 1 have been. 1 v, isli all success to tho Compound ; it has dono
wouders for me and I am so thankful." Mns. (Ikniu KKixooa, Berlin
to ascend. Mis. Picne lumulncd on
the track and was waving u farewell
to lipi frioads. when train 17, which
was behind time, iiiino up, and de
Bplte Hit ei'foris of tho engineer, who
saw her dauger and bod sounded tlie
whistle and applied the brakes, tho en
glim struck her with B'eut force,
tlirowiiitf hur aKtiliiit the timber sup
polls of tho embankment. Death was
lnstautuneuug, her spine for gome
Inches belnif i-rubhtul. An oast-bound
frelKht train was passing on the other
trat 1. at the tlnio and Us noise doubt
Ii. Pinkham1 s
Vegetable Compound. m
iieho bo I could not sleep, and I wns
. n . nil .kU,!,,!, r.iwl mm tiiiMti ii lln.
less pivii-ntcd her hearing the whistle.
Mrs. Pierce was r.r years of iifjo and a
daughter of the lute .lames Mitchell, of
Meicdlth. Wio was tho widow of
James Pier"', and lor a long time had
icsldcd In Davenport, wheio she wus
much esteemed. She is survived by a
sister, two brothers, a step-son and
Mumptls quite prevalent among the
Mrs. l.ydla Styles, of Carbondale, Is
visiting lu-r daughter, Mrs. Haydcn
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