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HOME TONIC FOR OLD PEOPLE
Wonderful results, eventually restor
lng full physical vigor, aro obtained
from the following: To one-half pint
good whiskey, add one ounce syrup
earsparilla and one ounce Torls com
pound, which can be procured from
any druggist. Take In teaspoonful doses
before each meal and before retiring.
THE NEWS IN BRIEF.
Musical Note. Signor Harmonettl Is
at Present Engaged In Composing a
Got the Letters Mixed.
A young American, who Is particular
about his washing, the other day wrote
a note to his laundress and one to his
sweetheart, and, by a strange fatality,
put the wrong address on each envel
ope and sent them off. The wash
woman was delighted at an Invitation
to take a ride the next day, but when
the young lady read, "If you tumble up
my shirt bosom any more as you did
the last time, I will go somewhere
else," she cried all the evenfng and
declared she would never speak to him
Professor Munyon has Just Issued a
most beautiful, useful and complete Al
manac; it contains not only all the scien
tific Information concerning the moon's
phases, In all the latitudes, but has Il
lustrated articles on how to read char
acter, by phrenology, palmistry and
birth month. It also tells all about
card reading, birth stones and their
meaning, and gives the Interpretation
of dreams. It teaches beauty culture,
manlcudng, gives weights and meas
ures, anM antidotes for poison. In fact,
it Is a Magazine Almanac, that not
only gives valuable information, but
will afford much amusement for every
member of the family, especially for
parties and evening entertainments.
Farmers and people in the rural dis
tricts will find this Almanac almost
g It will be sent to anyone absolutely
ree on application to the MUNYON
Kh.MIiUX UUMrAiN I, miL,ALLr
PI II A.
Anna Margaret had a great many
toys, and her mother thought she
ought to give some of them away be
fore Christmas to less fortunate chil
dren. Anna Margaret was willing to
part with the broken trunk and the
cracked set of dishes and the one
legged Teddy bear, and a few other
toys that were In the same dilapidated
condition. But when It came to her
pet baby doll, the one that went to
ntpan with her evrv nleht. Bhe re-
t . belled. Mother assured her that Santa
' V . i , , i i t., n.. v. u i v. An
olilUS womu uuuuuuieuiy uuug uci &u-
ihipr doll even better: but she re-
j fused to be comforted.
i i 1 f .. . U - ' ..l., ...nlll "If flnA BMlt
.U U LIU. I , DUO UtttlCU) w mi
Aunt Jessie another baby, would she
clve Haby Jean away?" She kept her
doll. Harper's JJazar.
Hemard II. Rawl of Lexington, S. C,
was appointed chief of the dairy di
vision of the department of agnciil
ture at Washington at $2,500 a year.
A resolution was Introduced in the
I'orto Riean house of delegates urging
President Roosevelt to remove Judge
U. S. Rodey of the t'ulted States dis
It is announced that the dates for
the national meeting of the Fraternal
Order of Eagles to be held In Omaha
have been fixed for September K! to
President Roosevelt has Issued a
proclamation giving sparkling wines
Imported from Spain tho benefit of the
reduced rates of duty under section 3
of the Dlngley tariff act.
E. H. Harrlman celebrated his sixty
first birthday at San Antonio, Tex., in
a quiet manner. He spent the morn
ing In pistol and rltle practice. He
said he never felt better In his life.
The First Methodist Episcopal
church in Russia has just been dedi
cated at Wlrbullen, on the German
frontier, bv liishop Hurt of Zurich.
Switzerland, Methodist Episcopal
bishop for Europe.
Detectives vainly searched the St
Francis hotel for the $50,000 necklace
lost by, or stolen from, Miss Jennie
Crocker at the Mardl Gras ball. No
clew to the mysterious disappearance
has been found.
Ex-Queen Llliuokalanl of Hawaii
was sued in the district supreme court
by Dr. Charles 11. English to recover
$11,600 alleged to be due him on ac
count of breach of contract In the pay
ment of a medical bill.
Rear Admiral Samuel R. Franklin,
retired, died at his home in Washing
ton, aged 84. He was a native of
Pennsylvania and was appointed u
midshipman from that state to the
naval aendemy In 1841.
All attempts to settle the shoe
workers' strike at Portsmouth, O..
have so far failed. The employers' as
sociation issued a statement that the
Pnrttmimitli nhoe factories will in
operated as open shops.
An equal suffrage bill was passed by
the South Dakota house by a vote of
68 to 28. As a like bill was carried in
the senate early in the session and
barely failed In the house suffragettes
are jubilant over the outlook.
Orville Wright at Pan, France, made
Ms first ascension since the accident
at Fort Myer, In which he was severe
ly injured. Accompanied by his sis
ter, he was a passenger in the balloon
Icarus, which was piloted by Marquis
President Gomez has sent to tlu
senate the nomination of Carlos Gut
'.:1a Velez as minister to the United
States. The present minister, Senor
Queseda, has been summoned to Ha
vana to consult with the president
relative to his future assignment
President Loubet of France is the
author of an article " just published
maintaining that the world Is march
ing steadily towards a regime of uni
versal peace. He argues that publl
opinion against war is crystallizing
everywhere and will eventually
swnini ffr ttflne
F A Jit- v;&
fey-.: v fPxfiT ff KiJy
mm OF TELLER
SUCCESSOR ELECTED TO COLO
RADO'S BRILLIANT SENATOR.
Has Unique Record lr That He Has
Served 18 Years as Republican
and 12 Years as Democrat
ENDS THE FORAKER WAR.
Action on Bill Closes
The Penny Saved.
The Penny Saved was put in the
bank, the old broken teapot having
gone out of style. Here it presently
overheard two voices talking.
"I want to borrow $50,000,000 to
finance a candle trust!" said one
"Glad to accommodate you!" said
And the next the Penny Saved knew,
It was going out into the channels of
When the man to whom it belonged
fell Into Bore need (he was a candle
maker and the trust crushed him out)
and came to the bank for his money,
he was courteously informed that the
Institution had passed into the hands
of a receiver and recommended to call
again In a year or two and get his
share of the assets, should there prove
.Jjjbe any. Puck.
Palatable, Economical, Nourishing.
Washington. Press dispatches re
cently announced simply that Charles
J. Hughes of Denver lias been elected
to the Tutted Stats senate to succeed
llrnry M. Teller. Literally that, was
ull. Politically there was much more.
It was that the election of Mr. Hughes
marked the passing of Henry Monro
Toller, tho grand old man of tho
During one third of a century Mr.
Teller, to a greater or lesser extent,
has been continuously before the eyes
of the nation. For a largo part of that
time he held high rank In the councils
of his party. Few abler men Imvo
come out of tho west and none whu
longer held the affections of his peo
ple. Yet when tho final summary was
mude up, the only mention he received
was that his name was among those
Mr. Teller's entry Into the senat
was coincident, with the entry of his
Btate Into the union. Ills record is
unique in thut ho served in that body
18 years as a Republican, and then
without, missing a day he served 12
years more as nn Independent and a
Democrat. A few older men have
been elected fo the senate at. different
times by political parties of opposite
beliefs, but a period Intervened in
which they waited for the people to
experience a change. Mr. Teller re
pudiated his old niriillation and took
up with tho new without Interruptions
In his service.
Since Colorado has been a slate one
half of Us representation in the Culled
States senate, except for three yearn,
has been Henry M. Teller. The other
WHERE HE STOOD.
Two white coats, one of eiderdown and one of cashmere, three styles
of bootees, a quitted house coat and a printed flannel or crape bathrobe,
a long flannel petticoat, a short linen dress, three styles of sacques, and flan
nelette night-drawers for the small folk.
Washington, Feb. 24 The president
is authorized to appoint a court of In
quiry to determine the qualification
for re-enlistment of discharged soiuior
of the Twenty-fifth Infantry regiment
who were accused of shooting up
Brownsville, Tex., on the night of Au
gust 13-14. 1906.
The Aldrlch bill for this purpose
was passed by a party vote of 56 to
26, except that Senator Teller voted
with the Republicans for the passage
of the bill. The bill Is a compromise
measure approved by President Roose
velt, Senator Foraker and all of the Re
publican members of the committee on
The court of Inquiry will act as a
board to consider applications for re
enlistment and recommend the restora
tion to duty of such soldiers who aro
not found guilty of complicity in the
New York, Feb. !.
LIVR STOCK-Stcers $.' !'; W i
Hokh 7 111 r 7 "i
Sheep 4 91 Si
rt.Ot'K-W'tnter StraiKhts.. i ' 'l '"
WHKAT-Muy 1 19V 1 2
July 1 MVt 1 H'i
A Nebr. woman has outlined the
prize food In a few words, and that
from personal experience. She writes:
"After our long experience with
Grape-Nuts, I cannot say enough In its
f.ivur. We have used this food almost
continually for seven years.
"We sometimes tried other adver
tised breakfast foods but we invariably
returned to Grape-Nuts as the most pal
titablo, economical and nourishing
"When I quit tea and coffee and be
gan to use Postura and Grape-Nuts I nuTTKH-iTinmoiy
was a nervous wreck. I was so lr- mvk'pW'ltky l!!!!!!!!!!!
rltable I could not Bleep nigais, naa
no Interest In life.
"After using Grape-Nuts a short time
I began to improve and all these all
runts have disappeared and now I am
B well woman. My two children have
l-en almost raised on Grape-Nuts,
which they eat three times a day.
They are pictures of health and
have never had the least symptom of
stoiiiii'.h trouble, even through the
nictV-vere slego of whooping cough
tlif could retain Grape-Nuts when all
"Grape-Nuts food has saved doctor
bills, and has been, therefore, a most cATTt.E-i!f steers .
' economical food for us.
Name given by Post urn Co., Dattle
Creek, Mich. Rend "Tho Rond to Well
vllle," In pkgs. "There's a Reason,"
rver rrnl lln boe lellerf A nm
one npprnr. from tlm to lime. Ther
J,", (jmuluc, true, and full of huinno
t in. -r,
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3 mi ru s T)H
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KYK No. 2 Western
CATTLK-Kuney Hieers .... I
Meillum to Guild Hteei-H
Cows, I'hiln to l-'iiniy..
HUUS -lleavy 1'ai kerB. ...
J'lKS 4 :l i -'
il li '-
Klii'iS -- -''n
l'()TAT()i:S (per till.) X 'V
Kl.m'K-SprlnK Wheat, Hp'l fi 'l n 'jr.
VUKAT-.Muy 1 1"'V 1 l,;,H
July 1 ' I "'-
Corn, Muv i'mV'I im:h
imts, Mav f'4-11 r.4'
Uye, Mny '' ' '
GHAIN-Wheat, No. 1 Nor'n $1 HI li t I'.'-i
May 1 l"'Vi 1 1"'!
Corn, May '"'4'" ''j
tats. Standard ' 1
aRAlN-Wlieut, May $1 11'. i 1 0",
Corn, Mav 'il r,l"i
OatH, No. 2 White BI'k'ii ,"2
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Stockers and Feeders.
Cows and Heifers
K IS -Heavy
JllKin'-Welhers ft ij
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ASIIIONS for a baby may sound
a bit far-fetched, yet fashions
there are, just as surely as for
grown tips. Of course there are
not the whimsical vagaries of
the Paris modes, but each year one
finds preferences for certain stylos
and materials in bab clothes. One
might call this a "corduroy" year, for
thiit is tho favorite material for coats
for tho wee ones. One of the best
features of corduroy Is that It laun
ders beautifully. It comes in many
lovely colors, and Is particularly pret
ty In white. It would bo difficult to
imagine a sweeter or more cozy
looking coat and bonnet for a very
small baby than one of white cordu
jroy. Snowy eiderdown Is another favo
rite material for the tiny one's winter
coat. It is a very warm lightweight
material. A coat of white eiderdown
is shown in the upper right-hand cor
ner of the sketch. It Is cut with the
sleeves and body In one piece, kimo
These are the newest lines in a ba
by's coat, and they are very becoming.
It docs away with the little shoulder
cape, which must be a groat discom
fort to tho child, for the capes are al
ways blowing up into his fate on a
windy day. In the coat Illustrated; a
dainty touch Is given by little pink
rosebuds embroidered on the front.
They are done with a plain embroi
dery stitch, and as there are only a
few of them, It would perhaps take
only an hour of two to work them, and
the result is well worth while.
The bonnet is of eiderdown, with an
embroidered bunch of woe pink rose
buds at each side.
Tho other sketch is a capo and hood
for summer of white cashmere. It Is
buttonholed with silk nnd embroi
dered in theeornor. The ties and bows
on the hood aro of baby blue satin
ribbon, nnd there la a frill of lace In
side the hood. If one could not put
so much hand work on tho cape, the
same model is very attractive made of
white challls, henriotta or cashmere,
and bound on the edge with pink or
blue ribbon, in place of the buttonhol
ing. These capes are very pretty
made of pale blue or seashell pink
outing flannel, bound and tied with
matching wash ribbon.
In all babies' clothes daintiness and
simplicity nro the keynotes, though
tho tiny garments must first be abso
It Is almost Impossible for women
who have many household duties to
attend tu do ull tho baby's sewing
bv hand. Of course, It Is preferable,
for the little dainty fine things seem
to require the most delicate of sewing.
However, there are many little jack
eta and wrappers that it. would be a
wrtsto of time for the busy mother to
think of doing other than by machine,
for they wear out quickly.
There has been a fancy of late to
make the woo one's kimonos and
dressing suoquos of guy flowered ma
terials, Japanese fashion. They are
remarkably pretty, too, these llower
ami butterfly and bird strewn gar
ments. Such tiny little things to be
so gay! The wrapper In the sketch is
tho very essence of r.prliiir. It Is a
creamy flannel, with apple blossoms
In delicate pinks, gorgeous butterflies
and brilliant birds seatiend over It
The ribbons are a lovely rose pink
livery bit of this wi upper Is made by
machine, it is cut on Hiinotio lines
uud Hat sca.ned. The ribbon binding
is first to be basted on, with the rib
bons for fastening basted on where
the stitching will pass over them and
hold them In place.
Tho two little sacques In tho lower
part of the sketch are also machine
made. One is of white outing flannel
with a pink dot, nnd plnkwash ribbon
binding and bows. The other is of
while cashmere, with blue and white
ribbon. Tho remaining jacket Is of
white flannel, with buttonholed edges
and ribbons of pink. This Is one of
the best models for a jacket, as it
opens out flat, nil In one piece, thus
making It very easy to launder. There
are ribbons tied under the arm to
hold tho garment in place. For sum
mer, this is an ideal model carried out
In pique, with colored ribbon, and a
little embroidery. The edges may bo
ribbon bound if there is no time for
hand work, but every baby should
boast two or three hand embroidered
jackets for "best."
Though the outer garment may be
made satisfactorily, even daintily, by
machine, it Is absolutely essential
that the underclothing bo band-made.
Machine-run seams are hard and ridgy,
and make the woo one uncomfortable.
All seams must be sewn as flat and
smooth as possible.
The llttlo white dresses nro tho
prettiest things imaginable. Only
very fine lace should be used, If any.
If possible, renl valenclennes or very
fine white cluny Is best. The most
delicate hand embroidery Is very
charming veritable fairy tracery. Of
course, this is not practical for tho
average woman, but the little frock
may bo fine und pretty, though per
fectly plain. A baby Is the daintiest,
cleanest thing In tho world, and one
would no more think of putting a
hard, coarse cotton dress on it than
one would think of putting a bunch of
American Reality roses In a wooden
The little gowns should be made of
nainsook, mull, batiste or handker
chief linen, or fine lawn. The bishop
style is very quaint, und the llttlo
round yokes are pretty. The neck
and wristband must not be too toght.
Some very pretty little dresses may
be found in the shops for quite reason
able sums. So ninny nro necessary for
tho habyklns that it. is as well to buy
a few ready made.
So much for the dresses. Then there
are the bootees. These are adorable
things, quiie fit to tread tho rosehued
path of infancy. There Is simply nn
endless variety of baby shoes. Three
aro shown in tho sketch; a pair of
cosily lloeco lined bootees, another of
pink taffeta with ribbon rosettes, and
a pair of soft kid Indian moccasins.
Put tliis very mannish form of baby
footgear on a wee boy, and ho will
crow witli delight and immediately
begin to kick and assort his man
hood. in the right'hntiil corner of thu
sketch Is a merry little lad ,.ill ready
for bed In Ills night-drawers and point
ed cap. A piquant air has thut cap.
The whole outfit Is simply Ideal for
a Jolly pillow-tight on a winter's
nlulit. The grown tips always long to
join In. but of course they cau't the
small fry would think It very odd of
Percy Do you think your father
would object to my marrying you?
Pearl I couldn't say. If he's any
thing like me he would.
"The young man Is smitten with you,
Jennet to. He says you radiate happi
"And he also said you radlats
"Dear mo, how funny."
"What's funny, dear?"
"Why, he must think I am a radia
tor." .... . v
With a smooth Iron and Defiance
Starch, you can launder your shirt-
waist Just as well at homo as the
ctenm laundry can; It will have the
proper stiffness and finish, there will
bo less wear and tear of the goods,
and It will be n positive pleasure to
uso a Starch that docs not stick to the
Divorces in New York and Chicago.
New York city has Its averago num
ber of divorces as compared with the
cities of tho United States. Chicago
Is the only city that Is proportionate
ly ahead of it. In New York there are
two persons divorced to every 2G mar
Hcd, Wenk, Weary. Watery K.ye
Kulleved by Murine Kyn Kemedy. Com
pounded by Kxperlenced I'hyslelans. Con
forms to I'uru I' u,i ami uriiK i.aws. mu
rine Doesn't Smart; Soothes Kye I'aln.
Try Murine In Your lyw. At Druggists.
As we grow older it is very com
forting to assure ourselves thnt wrin
kles are meroly the dimples of second
Stiff neck! Doesn't amount to much,
but mittlity disagreeable. You've no idea
how quickly a iittlo llamlius Wiztml uii
will lulirit'ute the cords aud make you
It makcB a woman awfully tired to
see a man niase a 1001 01 uium.i
over any other woman.
Lewis' Simile Hinder cicar richct, most
Kttisfying. smoke on the market. Your
dealer or Lewis factory, leona, ill.
Some men have no excuse for being
sober when the lid Is off.
ONLY OSK '
Thut In J.AXATIVH 1IIIOMO OT'lNlNH. Look tot
lh iiKnatura r u. w.uuuvB. 11m u woris
ortl to Cure k Cold Id OHM 17. 16a
A man Is never so utterly unoriginal
as when he Is lovetnaklng or praying.
Senator Henry M. Teller of Colorado.
hair varied, as one term followed an
other, and the ability and character of
that representation likewise varied.
Dora in New York state la 1830,
Mr. Teller when he became a youtiR
man, studied law and was admitted to
the bar. He sought the great west In
1838, and as Illinois at that time
seemed to be a long way toward the
setting sun, he came to this state and
began the practice of his profession
He only remained here two years
however, as he foresaw greater possl
blllties in the territory of Colorado.
That his Judgment was good when
he decided to take the long Jump tu
the new und little known land In the
Kocklcs wns proved by the later events
In his life. Fifteen years afterward
whllo the nation was celebrating Its
centennial, Colorado was admitted as
a stato, and among the first acts of its
legislature was the election of Henry
M. Teller as one of Its representatives
in the United States senate.
Choson as a Republican, he served
In the senate until In April, 1.S82,
when he was called to President Ar
thur's cabinet as secretary of the la
terlor. Here he twice honored his
state bringing it an important rabi
net post after only six years of slate
hood, and being the instrument by
which this distinction was given to a
stato beyond the great American
Mr. Teller served as secretary of the
Interior during President Arthur's
term, but sear the close or ine penuu
there was a sensational election In
Colorado, and ho was offered his old
swat. He accepted It, and when his
work as cabinet member ended on
March 4, IHS5, he walked over to the
capliol and took the oath of office as a
A few years later the money ques
tion began to make trouble for men
In public life, and what was destined
to bo Mr. Teller's greatest political
sorrow began to take form. A financial
stringency, followed by the repeal of
the Sherman act, precipitated the free
silver controversy upon the country,
aud Mr. Teller, an ardent advocate of
free coinage, found himself In conflict
with many of his political associates.
Subsequent developments are of loo
recent occurrence to require recount
Inn here. Mr. Teller was approaching
tho eud of his third senatorial term.
His state was overwhelmingly for sil
ver, but a majority of the leaders of
tho Republican purty In the country at
large were bending their efforts to ob
tain a declaration for the gold stand
ard. The crisis for the Colorado man
was near at hand. It canto with the
Mr. Wlnalow's Rmtttilnr eiyron.
for clillitrrn tiwihlni, oftimt lh hum, rraucM ta
Uiauiiuon, tiwjtpwi, euros winaooiiu. iftitimui.
Call a spade a spade, and you may
get It in the neck.
1 6 rmnmTi fi
Hatpins Now Quite Small.
Hatpins have failed Into inconsplcu
outness. Some of the prettiest and
Hnarieei of the new ones ure of small Republican national convention at St
enamel j.'.aijues in ull tones Of color. I Louis In lb'Jtl.
Positively cured by
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They also relieve Dis
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Eatlnif. A perfect rem-
Piy lor Li2ziues, nau
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Taste In the Mouth, Coat
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They rejrulute tho Uoweli. I'urely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
Genuine Must Bear
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