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pays to All Sick Women: <“¥%a
Mrs. Pinkham a Chance, I
Know She Can Help You as
‘She Did Me.”
“DEAR Mgrs. PINEHAM: The world
praises great reformers; their names
and fames aro in the ears of everybedy,
and the public press helps spread the
good tidings. Among them all Lydia
X. Pinkham’s name goes to posterity
MRS. H. F. ROBERTS,
County President of W. C. T.U., Kansas
with a softly breathed blessing from
the lips of thousands upon thousands
of women who have been restored to
their families when life hung. by a
thread, and by thousands of others
whose weary, aching limbs you have
quickened and whose pains you have
“I know whereof I speak, for I have
received much valuable benefit myself
through the use of Lydia E. Plok
bam’s Vegetable Compound, and
Yor years I have known dozens of wo-
men who have suffered with displace-
ment, ovarian troubles, ulcerations
and inflammation who are strony and
well to-day, simply through th~ use of
your Compound. ’—MEs. ¥ F. ROBERTS,
1404 MeGem~5t,, Kansas City, Mo. —
$5000 forfeit if abdse testimonial is not genuine,
Don’t hesitate to write to Mrs. Pink-
ham. She will understand your case
sfectly, and will treat you with
ifidness. Her advice is free, and the
gddress is Lynn, Mass.
Hamiosdriss Thompson's Eye Water
od SrawiC U Via
Lhe loss is $3,000.
The First ' Methodist Episcopal
Church, in Carbondale was destroyed by
fire, entailing a loss of $30,000.
The prosperity that has come upon
Pennsylvania is again shown by the doc-
uments in the State Department. Cor-
porations all over the State are increas-
ing the amount of their capital stock
for the purpase of enlarging their busi-
ness. The following were the increases
during October: Carnegie Tube Com-
oniig Th in $150,000 to $300,000;
Coal Bluff Co., Pittsburg, from $1,000
to $300,000; Saxman Coal & Coke Co,
Latrobe, from nothing to $100,000 ; Brown
& Zortman Machinery Company, Pitts-
burg, from $25,000 to $100,000; Browns-
ville Water Company, from nothing to
$75,000; Chartiers Trust Company, Mc-
Kee's Rocks, from $1,000 to $200,000;
Haugh & Keenan Storage and Transfer
Company, Pittsburg, froma nothing to
$75,000; Keystone Car Wheel Company,
Pittsburg, from $200,000 to $400,000;
Sharon Coke Company, -from $10,000 to
$4,000,000; Early Dawn Creamery Com-
gaay, Pittsburg, from $1,000 to $50,000;
hiladelphia Foundry & Machine Com-
pany, from $1,000 to $75,000; Columbia
Plate Glass Company, Pittsburg, from
nothing to $500,000; Columbia Bewing
Company, from nothng to $80,000; Hu-
ron Coal Company, Greensburg, from
nothing to $50,000; Brownville Glass
Company, from nothing to $70,000;
Brownsville Manufacturing Company,
from $1,000 to $125,000; National Cable
& Wire Company, Pittsburg, from $11,-
000 to $500,000; Waynesburg Water
Company, from nothing to $100,000.
Only one company has reduced its capi-
tal, the Relay Manufacturing Company,
of Reading, from $100,000 to $100. This
was done because of a merger with an-
other company, and for the purpose of
reducing the tax on capital stock.
While sitting alone in her home and
unable to move from her chair, Mrs.
Maggie Dougherty, of Rockdale, aged
60, and a cripple, was burned to death.
Mrs. Dougherty had been an invalid for
20 years, and it had been her custom to
stay alone in her house during the day
while her husband was at work. A wo-
man neighbor saw smcke coming from
the building, which was a three-story
frame structure, and, hurrying to the
house to rescue Mrs. Dougherty, found
the door locked, and she was unable to
get in. The building was soon envelop-
ed in flames, and piercing shrieks could
be heard from within, but no one was
able to aid the uwfortv™
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2 and Pennsylvania 21a22c.; do
p-1b. do, 17a18c.
a Maryland and Pean-
per dozen, .24a25.; Eastern
at mark, ped Gosereramicehouse, choice,
" Cheese.—New cheese, large 60 Ibs.,
104 to 10Y%c.; do, flats, 37 1bs., 10% to
1074¢. ; picnics, 23 lbs, II to 11%c.
Live Poultry—Chickens—Hens, per
Ib, 8c.; do old roosters, each 25a 30c.;
do spring, large, per 1b gag¥%ec.; do do,
small fat, 10a10%c.; do do, poor and
staggy, 8c. .Ducks-—Puddle, large. 9lsa
10c.; do do, small, 8agc. Turkevs—
Young, 8 lbs and over, per Ib gc.
: Live Stock. ,
Chicago. —Cattle—Good to prime nom-
inal $6.25a7.25; poor to medium, $4.00a
6.25; stockers and feeders, $2.00a4.40;
cows, $1.25a4.60; heifers, $1.50a5.00; can-
ners, -$1.2522.30; bulls, . $1.75a3.75;
calves, $2.50a6.25; Texas feed steers,
$3.30a4.00; Western steers, - $3.50a5.25.
Hogs—Mixed and butchers’, $5.50a5.80;
good to choice, heavy, $5.60a5.85; rough,
heavy, $5.35a5.55; light, $5.25a25.55; bulk
of sales, $5.55a5.75. Sheep—Lambs, 10a
15¢ higher; good to choice wethers, 3.40
a4.10; Western sheep, $3.0023.75; native
lambs, $2.50a4.65; Western lambs, $4.30.
East Liberty, Pa.—Cattle firm; choice,
$5.60a5.00; prime, $5.30a5.50; good, $5.90
a5.25. Hogs active; prime heavies, $5.80
a5.90; heavy mediums, $5.75a5.80; licht,
$5.70a5.75 ; heavy orkers, $5.60a5.65 ; light
do., $5.55a5.60; pigs, as to weight and
quality, $5.40a5.50; roughs, $4.50a5.40.
heep steady; best wethers, $3.40a3.50;
culls and common, $1.00a2.00; yearlings,
i $2.50a3.75; veal calves, $7.00a7.25.
LABOR AND INDUSTRY
New York has 250 hotels.
America has 28,000 druggists.
London has three-wheeled cabs.
Java supplies the world’s quinine.
New York has 40,000 night workers.
In Japan there are less than 430 men
who have $250,000 apicce.
The potato forms nearly 14 per cent.
of the total iood of the people of this
Policemen in Vienna. must be able to
swim row a boat and understand tele-
Ncw York State farmers are buying
potatoes for their own consumption, a
situation unheard of there for years.
The total value of the manufacture of
bricks and tiles in the United States in
1900 was $76,336,871 and of pottery $19,-
26ranser Tnust 746s being equal to ane al others mentigned,
«« E. Rice, Greenville,’ ¢« Cross Bow,” ¢ Old Hon-
esty,” ¢ Master Workman,” ¢ Sickle,” ¢ Brandy=
wine,” ¢ Planet,” « Neptune,” ¢ Razor,” ¢ Tennes-
see Cross Tie,” «Ole Varginy.” 7
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