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From Headache, Backache,
Dizziness and Nervousness,
Restored to Health by
Lydia E. Pinkham'a
Lawronce, Kans. " A year ago I wt-5
Budering from a number of ailments. I
always bad pain and
flffi U&iLffl iii i i: !i- was Irrecrulnr. Dnr.
ing tho delay I ouf
fered o great deal
vi th headache, back
ache, dizziness, fev
ncss and bloating.
I had been married
nearly three years.
I took Lydia E.Plnk
Compound and now
I feel better than I have for years. I
recommend Lydia E. Plnkham's Vege
table Compound to all who suffer as 1
did." Mrs. M. Zeuneh, 1015 New Jer
eey Street, Lawrence, Kansas.
Montana Woman's Case
Burns, Mont "Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound cured mo of awful
backache which I had suffered with for
months. I was so weak I could hardly do
my work and my head and eyes ached all
the time. Your Compound helped mo
in many ways and is a great strength
ened I always recommend it to my
friends and tell them what a grand med
icine it is for women. You may use my
namo for tho good of others." Mrs.
John Francis, Burns, Montana.
The makers of Lydia E. Pinkham'a
Vegetablo Compound have thousands of
such letters as those above they tell
the truth, elso they could not have been
obtained for lovo or money. This med
icino is no stranger it bos stood the
test for years.
is mnn and no
istiii; iuicj3 or
For years tho Province
of Alhortn (Western
Canada) wus tho ISIir
ofthrto ranches today
aro lmmensoirraln fields
and tho rattle, hnvft
given place to the cultivation of
wheat, oats, barley and flan the
chance has mado runny thousands
of Americans, settled on these
plains, wealthy, but It has In
creased tbo price of lire buce.
There Is splendid opportunity
now to get a
of ICO acres (and another as a pre
emption) In the newer districts
and produce eUbnrcatlleorcraln.
Tho crops are always good, the
dlmatols excellent, schools and
churches aro convenient, markets
splendid, In either Manitoba, Sas
katchewan or Alberta.
Bond for literature, tbo latest
Information, railway rates, etc., to
W. V. BENNETT,
Boo Building, Omaha, Neb.
or address Superintendent of
Immlcratlon, Ottawa. Causa.
Cut out cathartics and purgatives. They are
orwai, narsn, unnecessary, i ryv
Purely vegetable. Act
gently on tne liver.
eliminate one, ana
sootne tne aencaie.
membrane of the.,
ache and Indltoillon, as millions know.
SHALL p:ll, small dose, small price.
Genuine must bear Signature
DAISY FLY KILLER & snffiV
flits. Neat, clean or-
I cheap. Lasts all
iiaion. Hade of
oreri will not soil or
' All dealers croacut
express Paid for 11.00.
gfeTGE mm of
aLLH P a nr rn'c
r Jg'gs -i I
0AKOLD SOUTHS, 150 DeKalb Ave.. Brooxlra, H. Y.
' DEFIANCE STARCH
is constantly growing in favor because it
Does Not Stick to the Iron
and It will not injure tho finest fabric For
laundry purposes it has no equal. 16 or.
package 10c 1-3 more starch for same money.
DEFIANCE STARCH CO., Omaha, Nebraska
W. N. U., OMAHA, NO. 20-1913.
MURPHY DID IT
Auto and Wagon
Truck Iluildera. Ite
Trimming. Buggy Wheel repaired and re
rubber tired. Write us for prices. 40 jeara In the
business. Andrew Murphy & 8on, Omaha
Write n for price..
WILSON STEAM IIOII.EK CO.. Omaha
Try ls It Will Pay You
Ootulen rour stock tons for good prices, good fllli
and prompt remittance. Write or wire ua for any
desired Information regarding Hie market. All com
mnnlcatlonsitokwered pnimptlr, We ure woratng
for your lnterebt and appreciate your business.
N. E. ACKER 6s, CO.,
Live Stock Commission
too 110-112 Eithutt side Stock id:. Statlco. S.rjmahj. Ktl
Parisian Fancy That Will
Be Popular in America
BMHBBAfl VBHiUVSaa?tLbliHi!HiSinBsBVSflHk A. BsfSisLELSBBLELBLEEEaEB EaaJry
A street costume with skirt of blue
SUITABLE AND PRETTY GIFTS
Few Things for Prospective Bride Are
In Better Taste Than the
Easily Made Sachets.
jro any of your friends engaged?
If so, why not malco them some pretty
sachets for an engagement gift? They
are always appreciated and can easily
bo made. Purchase a quantity of
satin ribbon two inches in width. Tho
shops offer many bargains in ribbons
at this season. Cut the sachets in
squares, pad them with cotton and
sprinklo with sachet powder. Then
whipstitch the edges together.
Stack a dozen of theso together
and tic with baby ribbon. On top
place a ttztt bow ornamented with tiny
rosebuds mado from ribbon. An
eighth of a yard of half-inch ribbon
is required for each rose and they are
formed by swirling the ribbon round
and round a centor. Foliage may be
made from green silk to accompany
these roses if desired.
This is a charming gift for tho
graduate. So prepare for June, which
Is not far distant. '
An afternoon gown of printed silk
jver lace and embroidery, set off with
a belt and sash of black satin ribbon.
Crude Colors for Blondes.
Crude, brilliant colors aro seen on
the hnts as on tho drosses, and ono
Bhould be very young and of a blonde
complextion 'to stand tho combina
tion of certain clashing colors. The
trimmings are still very high.
moire and waist of blue and creme
FATIGUE A FOE TO BEAUTY
Woman Who Would Retain Charm
Should Avoid Allowing Herself
to Be Victim of Overwork.
Over-fatigue is a foe to beauty.
Even if there were no lasting effects
from It, which there are, a wearied
look in a woman's face adds nothing
to her charm. Rather, it is as tho ap
pearance of a faded flower compared
with that of a fresh one. The muscles
and muscular tissues becomo grad
ually weak and show themselves with
particular perversity in ugly rings and
bags about tho eyes, in a lengthening
of thn lines botween tho nose and
the mouth, and a general sagging.
Fatigue, too, has a direct effect upon
tho stomach muscles, causing, them to
sag also, and become unable to work
properly, nnd this, in turn, reflects
upon tho complexion, rendering it sal
low and eventually blotched. So, I
say, avoid fatigue.
Rest whenever you can.' Whatever
tho routine of your day may be, it 1b
poeslblo for you to snatch a moment,
or, at least, a second or two, here and
there, of complete relaxation. Take
a long breath and relax, then go on
at tension if necessary, but it is rare
ly, very rarely, necessary, and there
is a point to be made much of. Re
Bathe tho tired face Vst cold water.
It stimulates circulation, nnd brings
relief, at least to one's feelings, even
if its effect does not go very far be
neath tho surface. Hot water follow
cd by a cold dash is also refreshing
nni especially is to be recommended
to tho woman of nervous tempera
ment. A few drops of camphor in ico
water makes an excellent lotion lor
the rejuvenation of tho tired face
muscles, but it should bo followed by
tho application of a good face cream
Remove the cream with a dry, Boft
cloth and behold, you feel like a new
Of Black Charmeuse.
Tho feature of tho skirt lifted -by
means of a few plaits is as universal
now as tho train. On a lovely afternoon
dress of black charmeuse the skirt was
thus lifted beneath three very largo jot
buttons, and the fullness was looped
rotund towards tho back In graceful
folds. The corBago of this gown had a
very elegant sailor collar of fine laco
and revcrs of the same in front, mak
ing a charming little heart-shaped
opening, which Just revealed the col
lar and gulmpo or fine net. A flat
waistband of the same silk with long
fringed ends covered tho union of
skirt and corsage. Tho sleoves wero
long, and sot well below the turn of
tho shoulder with a piped seam.
A novel trimming is llttlo paddod
iIower3, which aro cut out of velvet
brocho ribbon with n Bhurp pair of
scissors, and aro appllqued to tho
straw of tho hat, a small mound of
cotton beneath bringing tho flow r
into relief. In tho case of a hat of
black pedal straw, tho round crown
was covered all over with decoupo
and padded rosebuds in velvet brucue.
What is Gastoria
"ASTORIA is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric. Drops , and
Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotio substanco. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays
Foverishness. For more than thirty years it has beon in constant use for tho relief
of Constipation, Flatuloncy, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It
rogulates tho Stomach and Bowols, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and
natural sleop. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mothor's Friond.
Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought, and whioh has beon in uso for over
30 years, has borno tho signature of Chas. H. Flotoher, and has been mado under
his personal supervision since its infancy. Allow no ono to deceivo you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" aro but Experiments that trifle with
and endanger tho hoalth of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
wALLSJLU iSJ) VKj
par-'idtlU'rT-Tirmu' i mi.
AU'OUOL 3 J-KIt onNT
slmilatiiiiliR)0((,intlRcUula tingtltc Sioraachs aiulUovdsof
ncss and Rest.Contalns nelitor
Not Nau cotic.
Apcrfect Remedy forConsllpj
fiwlLoss of Sleep.
lacS'uuilc Signature of
TllE Centauii Cohpatoc;
niVtccd under i
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
HAVE LONG DURATION OF LIFE
Salt Water Denizens Attain Immense
Afje, If Scientific Investigations
Water, particularly salt water,
seems to conduce to loncovlty. Thoro
aro gigantic mussels and oystors
whoso ago is assumed to bo compar
able only with that of tho Cupo Verde
baobab trco and tho big treo .of Cali
fornia, which llvo for D.OOO years. In
deed, thoro appears no particular
reason why mussels should over dlo,
though it is also truo that, consider
ing tho sort of lifo a mussel leads,
there seems no particular reason why
it should ever Imvn lived.
Sea anemones, again, dollcnto and
sensitive though they look when wo
see them In tho rock pools, may at
tain great ago. Sir John Dalycll, a
Scottish naturalist, captured in 1828
a soa anomono of tho liver-colored
sort so common around our shores
Its age was then estimated at hovnn
yoars. It flourished in Edinburgh un
til 1887v and was Just nttaiulng a vigor
ous and sober maturity when, from
some unknown cause, it died. Lon
Our Wonderful Energy.
Andre do Fouqulores, whom so
ciety lionized during tho. Now York
season, praised on his duparturo for
ParlB tho wonderful energy of the
American business man.
"I onco asked an American busi
ness man," ho said:
" 'Do you know what leisure
"'Why, to bo Biire, I do tho busi
ness mnn replied. 'Leisure is sparo
timo that can bo devoted to somo
fresh Job of work.' "
"When alio wasn't looking I kiSBed
"What did Bho do?"
"Refused to look at me tho rest of
tho evening." Wasp.
"How would you make theso rem
' "Make them anti-skeptic."
'"' " l ' ''I . in
Letters from Prominent Physicians
addressed to Chas, IS. Fletcher.
Dr. Albert W. Kahl, of Buffalo, N. Y., cays: "I lmvo used CaatorJa In
my practice for tho past 20 years. I regard it aa nn excellent medicine
Dr. Gustavo A. Eisengrtiobcr, of St. Paul, Minn., Bays: "I havo used
your Castorla repeatedly la my practlco with good rcnults, and can rocom
mend It as an cxcollont, mild and harmless romedy for chlldron."
Dr. E. J. Donnis, of St. Louis, Mo., cays: "I havo used and prcscribod
your Castorla in my Banltarlum nnd outsldo practlco for a numbor of yoara
nnd find It to bo nn excellent remedy for children."
Dr. S. A. Buchanan, of rhlladolphla, Ta., says: "I hnvo used your Cas
torla in tho caso of ny own baby and find it pleasant to tako, nnd hava
obtained cxcollont results from Us uso."
Dr. J..E. Simpson, of Chicago, 111., Bays: "I lmvo used your Castorla la
canes of colic in children and havo found it tho host modlclno of its ldnd
on tho market."
Dr. It. E. Esklldson, of Omaha, Nob., eay3: "I find your Castorla to bo a
Btandard family remedy. It Is tho best thine for Infanta' and childron I
havo over known nnd I recommend it"
Dr. L. It. Bobinson, of Kansas City, Mo., cays: "Your Castorla certainly
ha3 morit. Is not Its nee, its continued uso by mothers through all thcs
years, and thosraany nUcmpt3 to Imltato it, mifllclont rocoaimoudation
;Vhnt cau n physician add? Lcavo it to tho mothers."
Dr. Edwin P. rnrdoc, of Now York City, says: "For several years I havo
recommended your Castorla nnd shall always contlnuo to do bo, na it haa
invariably produced boncilclal results."
Dr. N. B. SIzor, of Brooklyn, N. Y., cays: "I object to what aro callod
patent medicines, whero maker nlono knows what Ingredients nro put la.
them, but I know tho formula of your Castorla nnd ndvlBO lfa uso."
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Ci tfj, (P
Tiie M You Have Always Bought
tin Use For Over 30 Years.
THI CKNTAUN OOMINV, NKW VORK CITY,
Very Plain Criticism.
Childron aro not nlwuys grateful be
ings, and they nro notably hard to en
tertain. At n birthday party a kindly
natured adult had tolled hard In the
effort to amuso tho children by muuiB
of parlor mnglc, ventrlloquiHm, bur
lesque dancing and the like. The
other ndults present wero highly
ntnuBod, and somo of tho children
deigned to chucklo mildly. Tho mother
of tho hostess, howevor, felt that full
justlco had not been rendered, bo bo
fore nnnounclng refreshments Blia took
pains to thank tho entertainer, nnd to
call the Attention of tho youngsterB to
"Mr. Blank Is vory funny, Isn't ho.
children?" Bho concluded.
Prom tho ronr of the room carno a
small, uhrlll volco:
"Vessum, but not bo funny as he
ho thinks ho is!"
Love Would Be Short.
"Oh, Bwear not by tho moon, tho in
constant moon," said Juliet.
How about tho modern maidens who
aro going to bo loved "till tho sands
of tho deBert grow cold?"
Don't their physical geographies tell
them that the sands of tho desert
grow cold overy night, "owing to the
lack of aqueous vapor?" Ours imcd to.
"Ho mine. 1 cannot llvo without
"Bah," Bald the holrcs. "You have
lived without mo for years."
"Truo," retorted tho duke, "but tho
cost of living has got me at last."
What Ails You?
j- An Invitation Is ntrnitdhy Doctor risreo
to er.rjr slelc and alline mn or woman to S
tZ coniult th Faculty oftho Invalids Hotel
j- at Buffalo, N. Y by letter. Writs your S
- srmptonu full and frankly, and vcry S
S IxtUr will b carefully considered, fully S
; aniwrrod and It staUmtnta held as
ZZ strictly pnvatoand sacredly confidential. S
5 Dr. Plercc'a
Golden Medical Discovery
2 miles for rich, purs blood and tliu In S
" vlg-oratM the eyitem. Kor a torpid liver 3
- and Its attendant Indl.eitlon, drapetl',
5 headache, perheps dlttlneu, foul fireeUi, ?
nasty coated tonirue with Miter taeta, jr
loss of aupctito with dlitress after eat S
5 Ing, nervousness and debility, DOtblcu la S3
as good. -j
I'lnk Eye, Epizootic
fit Calurrlml Fever
Fura cure and positive preventive, no matter how horses at any aire aro Infretud
or "eipowjil." I.Ujuld.Ktven nn the toniruei acts on the lllooil and (lUmlii eipels ILe
IHileonouBUerms from (ho body, turce l)lstenier In !uu: andHhreiiftnaCltolerbln
'oiiltry. fa rftcet selling livestock remedy, f'uree I a Ortnio emnuit human Iwlnfrt,
and Is a fine Kidney remedy. Mjq and SI a lnt!lt 1t and .10 a doreu. Cut this out.
Keep It. hhow toyourdruintl't.wUo will get It furyou. Jiue ltooklvt, "llstciuers
Causes and C'uree." Hpoctal agents wanted.
SPOHN MEDICAL CO,, B00ho"S&0.n8?0 GOSHEN, HID,, U, S. A.
Frcddlo came into the housn ons
day and Bald that tho woman next
door had offered him n ponuy if ho
would toll what his mother had cald
"I'm bo glnd you didn't toll," re
marked bin mother. "I wouldn't
havo her know for anything that I
evon mention her. You'ro a wise lit
tle boy, my dear."
"You bet, I am," roturned Froddla
"When she offored mo the penny I
told her thnt what you said was some
thing awful and It wan worth half a
Pnrnphraolng the Immortals.
Tonnyson'B "Brook" nnd Scott's
"Lochlnvnr" woro recently sot for
paruphraso at n girls' school. Tho
conscientious studonts set to work
with a dictionary. Hero follow speci
mens of tl!u results: To bicker down
n valley "To havo an undignified!
quarrel In a low placo among the
hillB." He utnid not for brake "Ho
never Btoppod for a mechanical con
trivance to reduce speed by means o$
Quite So. ,
"Do you bellovo In tho oiHco seeking
"Thnt depends altogether on the
amount of his shortage"
RICH JN CURATIVE QUALITIES
FOR BAOKACHE, RHEUMATISM.
KIONCY3 AND BLADDER
SPECIAL TO WOMEN
DC you realize tho fact that thousands)
of women uro now using
A Soluble Antiseptic Powder
as a remedy for mucous membrano aft
fections, such as sore throat, nasal ob
pelvic catarrh, Inflammation or ulcera
tion, causqd by fomalo ills? Women
1 who have been cured Bay "it 1b worth
its weight in gold," Dissolve in wator
i and apply locally. For ten yoara tha
Lydia E. IMnkham Medlclno .Co. has
recommended Paxtino In their private.
, correspondence with women.
For , all hyglonlc and toilet uses it haa
no etjiial. Only COc n largo box at Drug
glBtB or Bont postpaid on roceipt of
I price. Tho Paxton Toilet Co., Boston,
TH! NaWFRCNOK RCMRDV. Nut. N2. N.B.
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