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WORN OUT, DRAGGED OUT,
Arc Most Women in Summer.
Pc-ru-nn is a Tonic of
JOSEPHINE MORRIS, 236 Carroll St.,
Brooklyn, N. Y., writes:
"Pcruna is a fino medicine to take any
time of the jear, but I have found it espec
ially helpful to withstand the wear and
tear of the hot weather. I have taken it
now for two summers and feel that it has
kept my system free from malaria, and also
keptmefrom having that worn-out, dragged
out look which so many women have.
"I therefore have no hesitancy in saying
that I think it is the finest tonic in the
world." Josephine Morris.
Peruna is frequently used as a mitigation
of the effects of hot weather. What a bath
is to tho skin, Peruna is to the mucous
membranes. Bathing keeps tho skin
healthy, Peruna makes the mucous mem
branes clean and healthy. With tho 6kin
and mucous membranes in good working
order, hot weather can be withstood with
very little suffering.
Frequent bathing with an occasional use
of Peruna is sure to mitigate tho horrors of
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order starch to get
best. Get DEFIANCE.
more "yellow" looking
no more cracking or
'doesn't stick to the iron. It gives satis
faction or you get your money back. The
cost is 10 cents for 16 ounces of tne best
starch made. Of other starches you get
but 12 ounces. Now don't forget. It's at
THE DEFIANCE STARCH CO..
FREE TO WOMEN!
lu provo tho lieallm: and
cleansinc power of l'mtlnn
Toilet Autlscptlo wo will
mall n, larjto trial packaco
with book of instructions
absolutely frte. This is not
a tiny sample, but a lartfo
package, enough to con
vince unrono of Its value.
V omen all over the country
ore pralstnj; 1'axtlno for wUat
it has done In local treat
ment of fmrniln 111m. ntHniv
nil Inflammation and discharges, wonderful ns
cleansing vnclmil douche, for soro throat, nasil
catarrh, ns a mouth wash and to removo tartar
end whiten tho U" th, Send today; a postal card
bold by ilmc; gists or aont post paid by as, SO
0iU, litrjro box. HntUructlon Ruuraufcu.
TH1X It. I'AXTON CO., Ilotton, Must.
214 Colurubus Avn.
We make all kinds of tanks. Red Cjprois or
White J'jne. Write us for prices and save middle
WOODEN PACKAGE MFQ. CO.
IV! E F5:
A good thing lives and
takes on new life, and so
Mrs. Trcssie Nelwn. 422 Broad St..
Nashville, Tonn., writes :
4s Pcruna has done me a world
of good, 1 feci In duty bound to tell
of it, in hopes that It may meet the
eye of some woman who has suf
fcred as I have.
,,For five years I really did not
know what a perfectly well day
was, and if I did not have headache,
I had backache or a pain some
where and really life was not worth
the effort 1 made to keep going.
"A good friend advised me to uso
Pcruna and I was glad to try any
thing, and I am very p cased to say
that six bottles made a new woman
of mc and I have no more pains and
life looks bright again." Mrs.
hot weather. Many ladies have discovered
that the depression of hot weather and the
rigors they have been in the habit of at
tributing to malaria, quickly disappear
when they uso Peruna. This is why Pe
runa is so popular with them. Peruna
provides clean mucous membranes, and the
clean mucous membranes do the rest.
If you do not derive prompt and satisfac
tory results from the use of Peruna, writo
at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full state
ment of your caso and he will bo pleased
to give you his valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. Hartman, President of Tho
Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio.
There la no Beauty
that can Mnnd tho dlsflRureinrnt of bad
teeth. Tako caro of jour teeth. Only
3.SS&3 SHOES S
You can save from $3 to $5 yearly by
wearing W. L. Douglas $3.50 or $3 shoes.
Tlioy equal tlioso
that havo been cost
ing you from 34.00
to S5.00. Tho im
mense salo of V. Ii.
Douglas shoes proves
their superiority over
all otlior makes.
Sold by retail shoo
Look for namo and
price on bottom.
That Douglas uses for
onal'olt prores there is
ralue In Douirla shoes.
Corona In the highest
grade 1'at. Leather id tile.
Fast Color r ulti tuf.
Our J4 Ollt Cdgg Lint cannot be dualled at anu crice.
hnpes by null, 25 rentj extra. Illustrated
Catalog: free, W, L DOt'tiLAh, Brockton, Mass.
Bathing In Missouri.
A traveling tnnn alighted from n
train, and, covorod with tho dirt and
dust of travel, made his way to tho
best hotel lu a southwost Missouri
town tho other tiny. Ab he handed
tho portor his grips, he told htm ho
wanted to tnko a bath. Tho negro
boy hositnted a moment, and thon
replied' 'Sorry, Hah, but wo ain't
got no bath In this heah houso."
"How do yon people bntho7" nsked
tho guest. "Well, snh," returned tho
negro, "In do Htimmah time wo all
goes out, to do Kant Fork and ducks
In tho croon, and In do wlntah tlmo
wo Jes' wails fo' do good ohlo summah
time." Kansas City Star.
No Labor Party There.
Senntor Walker told a story during
a recent dobato lit the tipper houso
of tho commonwealth on tho policy
of ai "white Australia." A mission
ary In China was endeavoring to con
vert ono of tho natives. "Suppose mo
Christian, mo go to hoavon?" remark
cd Ah Sin. "Yes," replied tho mis
sionary. "All right," retorted tho
heathen, "but what for you no let
Chinaman Into Australia when you
let him into heaven?" "Ah," said tho
missionary with fervor, "there's no la
bor party In heaven."
Physicians to Beasts.
It is believed that In all cases pup
pies aro horn blind. A milllouatro
uog fanclor has two that wcro not
only bom blind but have remained so.
Ho values them at $500 each. At first
It was aecldcd to send them to a vot
orlnary surgeon for treatment. Tho
matter was discussed pro and con.
Tho ' veterinary," It was suggested,
treats only horses and cows; ho
knows nothing of dogs. Singularly
enough, notwithstanding thcro aro
aogs a plenty worth $10,000 each, wo
have no famous dog doctors. It Is
still rnoro strange that wo have many
horses that are valued at from $30,
000 to $75,000, and have never had a
great veterinary surgeon. Thcro aro
rows In tho herds of Morton, Itocko
fellor, Twombly and Havemoyor
worth $20,000 each, but wo have no
celebrated cow doctors. Last year
ono of theso animals was taken with
a colic, and an ordinary, everyday
physician was sent for. Ho cured tho
cow, and his feo was $300.
Only a fool attempts to measure tho
enjoyment of others by his own.
"I Found It So."
McCormick, 111., Sept. 28. Miss
Ethel Bradshaw of this placo has writ
ten a letter, which Is remarkablo for
tho character of tho statements it
contains. As her letter will bo read
with interest, and probably with profit
by many women, it has been thought
ndvlsablo to publish it in part. Among
other things Miss Bradshaw says:
"I had Kidney Trouble with tho
various unpleasant symptoms which
always come with that disease, and I
have, found a cure. I would strongly
advlso all who may bo suffering witlt
auy form of Kidney Complaint to uso
Dodd's Kidney Pills, a romedy which
I have found to bo entirely satisfac
tory. "This remedy is within tho reach of
all, and It Is all that it is recom
mended to be. I found it so, and there
fore feel it my duty to tell others
Dr. Dunaway of Benton, III., uses
Dodd's Kidney Pills in his regular
practice, and says they aro tho best
mcdlcino for Kidney Troubles. Ho
claims they will euro Diabetes In
tho last stages.
Things Royalties Eat.
Tho German emperor is particularly
fond of thrush salmi, a kind of stow
made of thrushes. Queen Wilhclmlna
of Holland prefers roast joints, and
tho King of Spain likes underdone
beef. Custards aro tho favorites of
tho King of Italy, whilo cod fried In
oil finds favor with tho Czar of Rus
sia, and mutton Is chosen by tho
president of tho French republic. Tho
grandfather of tho King of Itnly had
a peculiar taste for a monarch ho
preferred bread and cheese, and used
to carry it about with him, oven to tho
opera. King Edward has a special Ilk
lng for well-cooked mutton chops.
Mrs. Wlnslnw-s nnotiilnf Hynip,
For children teething, soften the kubih, reduces ln
lamination, allays pata. cures wlcd colic. 23c a bottle.
Remember that difficulties aro only
made to be overcome.
Fools do not change their minds.
AVIso men see tho error of their ways.
When You Buy Starch
bny Defiance nnd get tho Iwst, 10 oz. for 10
cent. Once used, always used.
Submission is tho secret of spiritual
Tho more chicks a hen has tho raoro
sho hates tho hen who has still more.
I nm sure Plso's Cure for Consumption Bared
my life three years ago Mrs. Tnos. Roboims,
Maple Street, Norwich. N. Y.. Teb. 17, 1900.
There is no self-satisfaction In sal
vation. Many a man's nose blushes for tho
acts of his elbow.
IF YOU USB l)AI.It IltOE,
Got Rod Cross Ball llluo, the best Ball Blue,
Large 13 oz. packngo only 5 cents.
There aro lazy men in business, but
there are no lazy "business" men.
A life-lino Is bettor than a speaking
trumpet any day.
Thero aro no necessary evils In a
Some men got tight hecauso they
screw up their courago with liquor.
Tho Old Reliable
keeps right along curing
Pains and Acnes.
Price 25c, and 20c.
I General Nebraska News.
TRAGEDY STILL A MYSTERY.
Woman Now Figures In the Case of
NEW YORK "I Bond you hero
with ?300. This Is positively tho last
money I will sond you. I will not let
you blackmail mo any longer."
This, togethor with tho torn frag
ments of a check, Is said to bo tho
text of a lcttor which has boon piec
ed together from tho bits found In tho
apartments whoro John Kllpntrlck,
wealthy son of tho lato David Kilpat
rlclt of Beatrice. Nob., was shot Mon
day throtifcii tho heart.
Tho caso had begun to look Uko ono
of -murder, but It is now thought that
tho first theory, suicide, Is correct,
nnd that Kllpatrlck klllod himself to
escape his tormentor.
J. E. Lumbic, stepfather of tho dead
man, declared that sonsatlonnl devel
opments may grow out of tho affair.
Ho Is quoted ns saying:
"Wo know tho woman to whom tho
letter was addressed. Sho is a young
married woman, tho mero mention of
whoso nnmo would cnuso a sonsntlon
In Now York City, nB sho Is known
to bo a member of ono of tho most ox
cluslvo social sets in tho city. Wo
now know enough to bellovo that It
FREMONT CANAL SCHEME.
Indications that the Route Has Been
FREMONT Privato advices ro
colvod In this city from a representa
tive of tho Armour syndicate, ono of
the main backers of the cannl project,
aro to the effect that tho cnglnoors
havo already held their meeting nnd
decided to recommend tho Fremont'
plnn; that only tho straightened con
dition of tho money market prevents
tho iinmcdiato financing of tho canal
and that as soon as tho present strin
gency in WH street Is past this ob
staclo will ho overcome. Tho Armour
representative says that If tho east
orn owners of the Thomson-Houston
Electric Light company of Omaha
tako tho block of stock In tho cnnal
schemo that tlioy aro expected to,
which Is about $1, 000,000 of tho $3,
000,000, tho financing would bo com
pleted at once. F. A. Nash of Omaha
Is In New York now looking nftcr that
end of it. It is stated that tho en
gineers were practically unanimous In
favor of tho Fremont project.
Map Out Route of Troops.
NORFOLK Tho route of tho troops
from Fort Niobrara who will march
to 'Norfolk nnd tako a train from hero
for tho Kansas encampment, has been
received by Norfolk government con
tractors who will furnish supplies
along tho way. Tho soldiers will stop
nt Woodlake, Johnston, AInsworth,
Long Pino, Bassett, Stuart, Atkinson,
O'Neill, Stafford, Clearwater, Oakdalo,
Meadow Grovo and Norfolk. They
will bo hero several days.,
Taken Fatally III During Race.
CLAY CENTER E. S. Backus ol
Harvard, Neb., whilo driving his horso
in tho thrco-minuto farmers' raco at
the county fair hero, was taken sud
denly. III. Physicians wero called, but
ho died on tho fair grounds from heart
Landlord Streeter Dead.
CRETE G. D. Streeter, long and
favorably known as tho proprietor of
tho Streeter houso in this place, foil
dead from heart failure on tho street
of Joplln, Mo. Mr. Streotor ran his
hotel for many years hero and ho was
particularly popular with traveling"
men. Ho retlrod from-buslnoss about
two years ago. At tho tlmo of his
death ho was stopping In Joplln,
whero ho was proparlng to spond tho
Sugar Factor;; Ready to Start.
NORFOLK Every wheel Is read?
to turn in tho Norfolk sugar factory
and tho beets will bogln to grind
through on October 5. Orders will bo
issued Instructing tho farmers to be
Farmer Killed Near Columbus.
COLUMBUS Henry Rtulot, a farm
er living south of town, was found
dead on tho Ixjup river bridge, tho
wheels of tho wagon resting on his
nock. Ho was en routo to town with
a load of corn.
Returns from Labor in Africa.
YORK Rev. Roy Codding, son of
A. B. Codding, county surveyor, who
was oducatod in tho York High school
and at tho Nobraskn Stato unlvorslty,
nrrlvod horo with his wife from Africa.
A few of his friends, learning that It
was his 40th birthday, called to cele
brate tho ovont. Mr. Roy Codding
gave a most intorosting dmcrlptloit
of his numerous oxporlancoa, both ho
morons and pathotlo, whilo n rnliwrlon
nry in Africa.
NEWSY STATE DRIEF8.
Tho Into frost did groat dnmago to
corn In Custer county.
Tho now or romodolotl M. E. church
nt Weeping Water wits dedicated last
A car loaded with horsos wns
wrecked nt Fromont, sovoml of the
nnnlmnls being killed,
Tho J. F. Roll Mill compnny has do
cldod to locato In Wnhoo, tho mill be
ing movod from Ithncn.
James L. Konondy, who robbed tho
bank nt Rogers, Colfax county, wns
sontoncod to a. term of scvon yenrs
and was taken to tho penitentiary.
A wealthy farmor living near
Swnhurg, Jnmos HaiiBon, had a sud
don attack of hoart trouhlo whilo run
ning a mowing machine a few days
ago. Ho fell off his sent and died In
a few moments.
Word has boon received from tho
department at Washington Instructing"
Superintendent Fain to go ahead with
tho work on tho government building'
at Norfolk. Tho difficulty Iny In a
conflict botweon npprovod bricks and
Somo of tho pliysIclnnB at Fromont
Bay they will disregard tho now law
which requires them to report births
to tho stato board of health, at their
own expense. Tho law also says that
undertakers shall roport deaths, but
thoro Is no protest from that quarter.
At tho rccont mooting of tho board
of public lands and buildings tho war
den of tho pcnltentlnry wns author
ized to ndvertlso for bids for com
pleting tho west wing of tho building.
A motion wns passed to ndvertlso for
an onglno and dynamo nt tho Mllford
houso and another at Kearney.
R. II. Brndloy, a brakemnn on tho
Northwestern, hnd tho front part of
his loft foot cut off at Irvlngton. Ho
stepped back of tho cnglno to fix the
coupling nnd slipped and fell, fortun;
atoly outside tho rail. Bradley had
only been working for the company a
Week and was on his second trip.
Tho board of Insanity met to act
upon tho caso of Andrew Lobeck.
Lobeck Is tho man who, In n fit of
insanity, attacked Mrs. Sclbold, shot
at her several tlracB nnd mndo her
a prisoner In tho house. Ho was capJ
turcd and brought to Pnpllllon. Ho
wns ordorcd taken to the nsylum.
Tho Cass county authorities havo
been notified by tho superintendent
of tho Lincoln nsylum of tho disap
pearance of Charles Spencer, a pa
tient from Plattsmouth. Spencer has
been at tho asylum for Bovcral years,
and it is thought that ho left tho asy
lum with tho intontlon of returning
Darius Firth, a brakomnn for tho
B. & M., was caught between tho
couplors of two freight cars lu tho
yards nt Aurora and died In about
two hours. Tho couplers failed to
work properly and in nttomptlng to
adjust them Firth was thrown be
tween tho bumpers which crushed him
In tho groin.
Miss Mabel Brewer, aged twonty
seven years, died nt Bluo Springs from
tho effects of burns. Her clothing
caught firo from a gasoline stove. Tho
stovo was standing near an open win
dow and ns sho was attempting to
light it, tho "wind blow tho Hnraes
ngalnsC her nnd In an instant sho was
enveloped in flames.
Mrs. John P. Cook, who Is In New
York looking after tho remains of her
brother, J. D. Kllpatrlck, who com
mitted suicide in that city, has. tele
graphed to friends in Beatrico that
tho remains would not bo brought to
Beatrice, but would bo Interred at
Washington, D. C, by tho sldo of his
mother, who died about ton years ago.
Word was brought to Osceola of
tho death by drowning of tho llttlo
ten months' old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Luft. Mrs. Luft had
beon engaged with her housework and
had left a dishpan filled with water
on tho floor and had stepped out for
a fow minutes. When sho returned,
sho found tho llttlo ono In tho dish
pan and lifo wns extinct.
Tho Nobraskn Advent Christian con
ference has Incorporated undor tho
laws of Nebraska, tho articles being
signed by J. J. Schamburg, M. V.
Sheldon, W. Alford, C. A. Learning
and J. A. Smith. Tho object in incor
porating is to placo tho conforonco
upon a footing whoro nny bequests
nnd endowments may bo legally re
ceived and accounted for.
Sorgoant O. E. Fately of tho gen
eral jrocrulting sorvlco of tho United
Statos army, is In Plattsmouth for tho
purpose of securing mon who want
to bocomo soldiers. Tlioso mon aro
neodod principally for Philippine
sorvlco, and will be sont to San Fran
cisco as soon ns onllstment Is secur
ed. Mr. Fntely will visit Plattsmouth
every month, remaining ooch timo for
a week. Hi orders also require him
to visit Fromont and Nebraska City,
in this 8taJ.o, and various points in
A New Story About Sedan,
To commomornte tho horolo but
hopeloRfl cnnrgoB of tho French cav
nlry at tho battle of Sotlan a monu
ment In to bo orcctfd on tho spo
whoio tho division of General Mar
guerite molted away undor tho firo
of tho Oormnn Infantry and artillery.
M. Kmllo Gulllatimo, tho Rculptor, has
undertaken tho work and tho monu
ment will ho erected by publlo sub
scrlptlon. At tho request of Ooncral
do Qnlllffot, Ooncral Favorot, who was
In tho Inst charge, wroto IiIh rocol
lcctloim of It. Ono would imagine
that llttlo or. nothing now could bo
told to tho world about tho bnttlo
of Sgdan, but tho gcnornl gives somo
details which nro noteworthy. Among
thorn thero Ib ono oplsodo which es
enpod tho pencils or tho painters of
battle pictures. When tho division of
Gonoral Marguerite, which rushotl
upon tho Prussian columns, waB shat
tered and broken by tho torrlblo firo
of tho neodlo gun nnd of tho artillery
a fritginont of It, under Gcnornl do
GnllllTot, passed In front of tho Prus
sian reserves and enmo closo to tho
Eighty-first NaBsntl battalion. Tho
Gorman olllcer commanding that bat
talion, lu admiration of tho "bravo
fellows." gavo tho order to ceaso fir
ing. Tho French officers saluted and
tlio GermnuB returned tho saluto and
nuoiild bo In ot ory household, nono o good,
besides 4 oz. inoro for 10 coat than any
other brand of cold water starch.
A Non-Resident Mayor.
From nllldavltB on fllo In Washing
ton It would nppoar that Mayor Mul
ling, of Butte, hns no right to the po
sition ho occupies, not being a citizen
of Montann. Ho owhb 300 ncres of
vnluablo land In Idaho, which ho ac
quired under a desort land law. Tho
affidavits cover a porlod of fivo years
nnd Mtilllns Rtntcs, under oath, thnt ho
was a resident of Boise, Id., and a far
mer by occupation. As lato bb Oc
tober 4, 1902, he made an affidavit on
final pi oof, In which ho set up Bolso
ns lils residence and all provlous af
fidavits from tho tlmo of entry Soih
tembor IB, 1898. Theso affidavits, It
is contended by Mayor Mulllns' po
litical opponents, Invalldnto his elec
tion aB mayor of Butto, whero resl
donco nnd citizenship is required by
law ns qualification of municipal of
ficials. Deafness Cannot be Cured.
by local applications iw limy cannot roach tho cits-caJK-il
portion of the ear. There la Only ono way to
euro deafness, ami that Is hy constitutional reinodlcs.
Deafness la causeJ hy an Inflamed condition of thn
muooiia lining of thn KustachlanTiiue. When till
tuho la Inflamed you hat a a rumlillnp; round or Im
perfect licarlui,-, and when It la entirely closed, Deaf
ness la tho result, and unices tho Inflammation can bo
taken out and this tuho restored to Ita normal con
dition, hearing will bn destroyed forerer. Nina casea
sut of tan are caused hy Catarrh, which Is nothing but
an Inflamed condition of the mucous aurfacrs.
We ntll nlvo Ono Hundred Dollars for any caso of
Dcsfness (caused by catarrh) that cannot bo cured
by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, frco.
, ... K. J. CHKXKV& CO., Toledo, O.
Hall's family fills are tho best.
"Small Cap" Shatter.
Many of General Shatter's older ac
quaintances occasionally call "him
"Small Cap" Shafter, a nnmo which
originated at n banquet In Denver a
good muny years ago. In ono of tho
local papers a list of guests was given,
all tho names being put in smnll cap
itals. Through a printer's error Shat
ter's name was set up in ordinary lot
tors and tho proofreader marked It
"small cap ' in ihe usual way. Tho
compositor was from tho country and
unacquainted with marks used hy
proofreaders on dally papers, so ho
Inserted "Small Cap" bofore Shatter's
name. That is why "Small Cap Shaf
ter" appeared among tho army list of
Do .Your Clothes Look Yellow?
Then ute Doflnnco Btarch. It will keip
thetn white 10 oz. for 10 conts.
A straight ticket Is ono with all tho
crooked candidates loft off.
Sometimes It's tho man who doesn't
hesitate that gots lost.
, StopH tno Cough nnd
VoikH Off tho Cold
L&xatlvo llronio yuiniuo Tabluts. Prfco25a
Born dlplomnts handle tho truth
Christ. Is tho first man who dared
faco tho future.
The Bent Results In 8tarchlng
con bo obtained only by using Deflnuro'
Btarch, besides Retting 4 or. nioro for somo
money no cooking required.
It's a fortunato thing for somo men's
wives that they never marry.
An obnoxious form of light litera
ture is tho gag bill.
yellow cr.oTiins -.r. UNStoirrtv..
Keep them whlto with Red Cro,s Hall Blue.
All grocers boll largo 2 oz. jiackugo, 5 conts.
Tho millennium, like most good
things, is In no hurry about hutting in.
Two heads are undoubtedly better
than ono in a drum.
JUNE TINT BUTTER i COLOR:
makes top of tho market butter.
Listen well, answer cautiously, de
There is nothing so valuable and yet
so cheap as politeness.
Insist or Getting It
Bome grocers say they don't keep Do
Banco Htnrch. This is because they havo a
stock on hand of other brands coutuiuing
only 12 or. in a package, which tbey won't
be nolo to sell flrt, because Defiance con
tains 16 oz. for tho same money.
Do you want 16 oz. Instead of 12 oz. for
same money Then buy Defiance Starch.
Requires no cooklug.
Always know more than you are ex
pocted to know.
CITC Permanently curw. Trout or aerTousneu arte
ir St for KIIKIJ SJ'J.OO trial bottU nnd treatise.
Utt-U It KukK,ua,WlArtnStmt.lli!UdUL!.r
There aro more fugitives from in
justice than there are ftom Justice,
You cannot escape noceawlty, but
you may overcome it.
It is oaslor to keep out of a quarrel
thun to got out qf one..
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