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BREAKS COLO IN A DAY.
This prescription Is one of the'very
fcpft known to science. The ingre
dients can be gotten from any nood
druggist, or he will get them from LU
Mix half pint of good whiskey with
two ounces of glycerine and add one
half ounce Concentrated pine com
pound. The bottlo is to be shaken
each time and used In doses of a tea
spoonful to a tablespoonful every four
hours. The Concentrated pine is a
special pine product and comes only
In half ounce bottles, each enclosed
in an nlr-ticht case, but bo sure it Is
A woman would rather suspect her
fcusband than distrust her preoVuer.
A Prominent Doctor Says of
AS A CURE FOR CONSTIPATION
"As a natural remedy for consti
pation it is far preferable to any
drugs or mineral waters."
Dr. R. M. C.
(Name on rrqucst.)
Dr. M. uses Undo Sam in liis
family and prescribes it to Lis
ASK YOUR GROCER ABOUT IT
HE CERTAINLY KNOWS
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GREAT LOVE STORIES
By ALBERT PAY30N TERHUNE
Lady Jane Grey and Guilford Dudley
lio?riUi by iiie Amuur.)
A Plot for
attention. All nuilu's (or the Amutcur Ktrifily
fresh, setnl fur ciilnltijriie nii'l llnishlnu prlee-i.
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THE PAXTON European Plai
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CAFE PRICES REASONABLE,
V.'i JLi. i to W '" price, tni-li .T time
fM icv Kelitcil. rent nillfn. Wcahlp
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B.S.S.uioa l:.Ui fuodiaui Ulil..Uiha.
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en and ire I inv fitlomllil mpin--'Wiinrti'ii Ult'l'tV'
Uci lelltt how wiMiien infiv nlitnn tlm iMllot M'ilrklr.
AiUlrewl. K. Anastroutf, t'ulvcrsity I'low, Lmcim,NuU
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M .CHINAS AND
nalle Cylnuler Keioids,
HJii)i ri.iin. I'lnvers Ciciliaii
t miin l'lini. ri-uer ana
uwn I'lano Music. tasy l' nirn :a.
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TIMllU ILnl Lll UUi i
iion sio'i Omaha
V schoolgirl and a men1
loved her, were once used as pawns
In the merciless name of politics.
They suffered the usual fate of pawns.
And that fate forms one of the saddest
little love Ktories in all history.
The Kil l was Lady Jane (Jrey, daugh
ter of the duke of Suffolk. She was
wonderfully well educated, but had the
innocent charm and simplicity of a
child. She was a cousin id' Kni;1and's
boy kini?. Kdward VI. , son of Henry
VIII. and Jane Sc moiir. I'd ward was
a sickly lad; quite under the influence
of his chief connce'lor, tho duke of
Northumberland. The duke was a wily
politician, and sketched out a decided
ly clear plan for his own family's ad
vancement. He bullied Kdward into
bequeathing the Knslish crown to
Lady Jane. Then he married .lane to
his own son, Lord Cuillord Dudley.
The youiiK couple were very much in
love with each other and were unusu
ally happy In their brief married life.
Hut their love ard happiness did not
greatly interest Northumberland, lb
had other matters to think of.
Soon after mnkinj; Kndy Jane his
heir the boy kin; pined away and
died. It was whis
pered that North
more or less responsible for his fatal
illness. At -:d ward's deal It the duke
forced the royal council to proclaim
Jane queen of Knulaml. This was
rank injustice. For the two daufihters
of Henry VIII. .Mary and Kllzaheth
were still Hung. The crown belonged
by right to Mary, the daughter of
Catherine of Aragon, and ebb r of the
two half-sisters. Jane realized this
and tried to refuse the unwelcome
honor of becoming queen. On her
knees she begged to be allowed to re
main In private life. I tut Northumber
land explained away her scruples. He
persuaded her young husband that
Jane was the rightful heir to the
throne; and Dudley added bis argu
ments to the duke's. So it was that
I-ady Jane unwillingly consented to
her husband's plea. She tearfully left
her country home and permitted her
self to be crowned queen, (lentle and
obedient in all things, she thought that
if Dudley wished her to take such a
step it could not be wrong.
On July 10, l.-.-,3, the girl began her
reign a reign that lasted just ten
days. She was 1j years old and had
no knowledge of statecraft. North
umberland did the actual nillns;. Jane
and Dudley were mere figureheads.
While the two lovers played at royal
ty, the old duke and his council ran af-
HAT" BALTIC CLACK
3 P MO ion
. DIU1CT FII'JM ri'lin
OMAHA , NEH.
fairs to suit themselves. Meantime,
Mary collected a huge army and
marched upon London to claim her
rights. Northumberland could raise no
s;:tUeient force to oppose her. lie was
captured and executed, leaving Jane
and Dudley to bear the consequences
of his treason. Mary entered In tri
umph and was downed queen of Kng-land.
Jane was overjoved at being able to
lay aside the crown and scepter she
had il. She rejoiced at the Idea of re
tiring to her country home with the
youiu husband she adored, and set
tling (low 11 as a quiet rustic matron
Hut Marv would not allow this. She
felt so insecure upon her new throne
th.it she dared not leave Lady Jam
and her husband at liberty. So tin
girl and Dudley were arrested and cast
into prison. There for months they
It Is possible that M iry men iless
as she afterward proved herself to be
might have spared these two inno
cent children's lives. Hut a revolt,
headed by Sir Thomas Wyatt and
June's father, so frightened her that
she ordered the young prisoners Ik
headed. Her orders were carried out
with needless brutality. A kindly of-
fieer. however, offered to grant. Jane a
last interview with Dudley. The girl
"Since we must die," she said, "we
must do nothing to weaken our cour
age. I ell my
The Price of ()V(,(1 ,, ml
of farewell. 1 should like to receive it
from hia lips, but. I could not endure
the grief of the parting. Our enemies
must not be able to say we were
afraid to die."
Accordingly, the lovers did not meet
again. Dudley's head was struck off
and his lifeless, bleeding body was car
ried past the window of his wife's cell
Jane kissed her hand to It, through
the bars, crying:
"Farewell! The best part of you is
already in Heaven, w here I shall soon
join you, never more to leave you!"
An hour later she herself was led
forth to die. To those around her she
"If Kngland's welfare demands my
death it is better that an Innocent per
son should suffer than that the state's
safety should bo risked."
Thus, on February Y, i7A this HI
ycarold victim of the iron game of
politics laid down her pretty, Innocent
life, dying on the same headsman's
block as had Anne Holey n, and outliv
ing by only one short hour the man
PRC'D AT LAST
Mr. Rachel Ivle, Henrietta, Texas,
ays: I would do ungrateful ir I uut
not tell what Iioan'a
Kidney Tills have
done for me. Fifteen
years kidney trouble
clung to ino, my ex
istence was ono of
misery nnd for two
wholo years I wns un
able to co out of the
house. My back ached ull the time nnd
I was utterly weak, unnblo at times to
walk without assistance. The kidney
secretions were very Irregular. Dunn's
Kidney rills restored mo to good
health, nnd I am able to do as much
work ns the. average woman, though
nearly eighty years old."
Ketuember the name Doan's. Sold
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Milburn Co., IUiffalo. N. Y.
Special Note from Atchison.
The engagement of Mr. Hiram liar-
desty and Miss Suzette Snarley is an
nounced. It occurred the other even
ing at !:): on the red sofa in Miss
Snarley's parlor. The young lady was
dressed In black, and woro no orna
ments. She did not look unusually
pretty, and what caused the young
man's mental aberration Is not known.
Neither one could remember exactly
what was said, and both admitted it
was not the first time he kissed her.
We print the details for the romantic
young things who nro always curious
to know how an engagement Is brought
about. Atchison tllobe.
The DarKy'a Idea of It.
A correspondent of the Walker
County Messenger tells this one:
"A darky was on trial In tho crim
inal court last week on a chargo of
bigamy. After the jury lias returned
u verdict, of Kuilty Judge McKeynolds
'"The best I can do, Crum, Is to
Blve you the minimum.'
" 'Lordy, mercy me, Jedge, don't do
dat! I'd rather go to tho pen,' said
Crum." Atlanta Constitution.
That Single Thought.
You've heard the old story of sweet
wedded bliss, of tho two hearts that
flutter as one, and the two souls single
thought sealed with a kiss, nnd have
wondered, no doubt, how 'twas done.
As a wiso ono who was by experience
taught, this effect wo will briefly ex
plain; in moRt of tho cases that "one
dingle thought" Is: "I wish I was sin
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A 21 year-old hoy the idol of poet-
ical Italy fell in love w ith a woman I
nine years older than himself. She
: was a princess; he a mere poet, lie
was destined to pay a terrible price
I for his presumption in daring to lose
tits beart to so exalted a personage.
The young lover was Tornuuto Tas
so, son of a brilliant, unfortunate Ita
lian nobleman. Tasso was born in
1511, at an age when Italy was rising
far above mediaeval gloom to the
glory of literary renown, lie was a
poet. As a mere child his genius drew
upon li i in tin.1 wonder and admiration
of every one. In early manhood he
became an honored member of the
suite of liuke Alfonso of f'errara. He
had already written poems that have
become immortal ("Jerusalem Liber
ated" Is the foremost of them), and
was the central figure of the gay
court. Handsome, accomplished, tit
tractive, he won all hearts.
Alfonso, Tasso's patron, had a beau
tiful sister, Leonora D'Kste. While
she was much older than Tasso, her
delight in poetry and her boundless
admiration for his
iii kly 'urned the
young genius' head. Nor was she deaf
to his suit. Apart for bis personal
attractions, the fact that half the
women in Ferrara adored him and
sought to win his favor helped to fan
the princess' fancy into ardent love.
Chroniclers of the time differ as to
the exact course of the romance. Many
of its Incidents have been hushed ui)
or denied. Here is one of the various
The duke, finding out at last that
Tasso was seriously in love with Leo
nora, suspected that she bad encour
aged the poet, rearing lest her broth
er's anger might fall upon the prin
cess should this suspicion he verilled,
Tasso devised a dating course to draw
the whole blame upon himself. He
pretended to be insane in the hope
that Alfonso might think the love for
Leonora a part of his madness. This
plan meant the ruin of Tasso's high
position at court, hut the poet never
the less carried it out. He burst Into
senseless rages, quarreled noisily,
tried to murder a servant, and in a
dozen other ways led Alfonso to be
lieve him a lunatic. The duke sent
him to a monastery to recover bis sup
posedly scattered wits. Tasso, dis
guised as a shepherd, est aped and fled
to his sister at Sorrento, where, for
the time, ho was safe.
Hut his love for leonora gave him
no peace of mind. Ho could not live
out of her sight. So back he came
to Ferrara. Hy this time, however,
Alfonso seems to have discovered the
truth. Furious at the trick played
upon him by Tasso's Imposition and
equally enraged that Leonora should
stoop to lavish her royal affections on
a poet, the duke plotted revenge. He
. dared not huve
tcheme Tasso put to
Italians worshiped the luckless nil
thor and would have resented his
murder. So Alfonso had him seized
and carried to the madhouse of Saint
Anna. There Tasso was locked in a
cell and treated as a common lunatic.
The affair was in this way effectually
ended, for the poet was undergoing a
living death and was shut off utterly
from the outside world. It is not
known that he ever again saw or
heard from Leonora 'dKste.
For seven long years Tasso was Im
prisoned at Saint Anna. Then a pow
erful Italian prince secured his re
lease. Hut it was too late. The man's
wonderful bruin was affected by the
confinement and horrors of the mad
house. lb- became a wanderer on the
face of the earth. A do.en courts
were open to him. Everywhere lie
would have been received as an hon
ored guest. Hut he wandered deso
lately from place to place in lonely
poverty. His health was gone; his
genius was fading. At last the pope
sent for him to come to Koine, there
to be ciowiied poet laureate and re
ceive a large pension. It, was a da,
zling reward for his life work-. Tassc
hurried to Koine to accept this honor
There, before the crown or the pen
sion could 1m bestowed, the wretched
wanderer fell ill and died.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
alth I.OCAT. APPLICATIONS, a they rnnnnt mil
Uie seat of tlm ill.v-iwc. catarrh la a blood or conntl
lutlnii.il dlaeaae. and In order to cure It you niiml tnka
Menial remedies. Hall s Catarrh Cnrn la taken In
ternally, and arts directly iiHin thn blood and niurnin
lunaces. nun a i alarm l ure la not a quack mc in
line. It was prcarrilicd by mm of thn beat phvalmns
l this ereintry for years and la a reiiiilir prescription.
It la rompoK-d of the ImhI tonlea known, roinhli.cd
lth the bint hluod purillera. actlin directly nn the
Durum surfaces. Tho icrlcct roinhhintlon of I ha
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'ium Uaii s tamliy i'llls fur eonstlnntlon.
"How shall we avoid popularity?"
lohn Wesley once asked his preach
;rs, and straightway gave ttiem tho
mswrr in a set of rules. Here Is rule
I: "Warn the people among whom you
ire most of esteeming or loving you too
iiuch." And here is rule 5: "Converse
iparlngly with those who are partlc
jlarly fond of you."
In nine cases out of ten sunstroke
or beat stroke simply means fainting,
fainting caused by "iin or air heat act
ing on one whose resistance has been
lowered by disease, drunkenness or
fashionable dressing. It starts with a
gldtly feeling, he may stagger nnd
then he falls, Is pale, pulse small,
weak and flattery, breathing soft and
sighing, skin cold and clammy, he Is
partly or wholly unconscious. I'sunHy
he recovers v.itnout treatment In a
few hours wlih splitting headache and
great weakness, but some cases fall
directly from fainting Into death from
"I guess nil the people In the neigh
borhood are getting picture post cards
from your son."
"Ills tent her always predicted (hat
he would be heard from some of these
Dr. S. F. Spobn, President of the
Spohn Medical Co., proprietors of
Spohu'a DiBtcmpcr Cure, wa3 recently
lectcd mayor of Goshen, Ind., by a
jood majority. Mr. Spohu wns for a
lumber of years County Supt. of
Schools, making such a record that his
lolghbours and friends, regardless of
wlltical lines, insisted on his accepting
:he nomination for mayor.
A Domestic Arrangement.
'Bluster and his wife seem to get
along very well together."
'That's because they have set nsldo
sue day In the week to do ull tnetr
lighting. On tho other days they
keep the peace."
Important to Mothora.
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Chicago, November, 1907
What dees this mean?
It reran tint Calumet lia.i ict a new StandaiJ in
Hiking- lWdcr die staaiud of the WorM.
Decausa this award ai ;!ven to Calumet after
tiioro:i;;h tc-ta and experiments, overall other baking
It means that Calumet is the best bating powder
ia every parti.-tilar in the worlj.
And this incjiii that Calumet produces the
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Hypnotism him ln-t-n n-coKuizod by
tho inciliral profession fIiico tho fif
teenth century and In tlio last 100
years has been experimented nnd test
ed out In thousands of eases by such
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helm In Nancy, yet with all these
years of trial its results have not Jus
tilled Its practical and general uso In
sickness. New York 1'resa.
The Sad ana Splendid.
Solomon was In despair.
".My wives pave me 700 Pnmples to
match on my way downtown this
uiornliir.," he cried.
Herewith he became color blind.
The next tiiw yon litre cold on tlm
limps try riibbinl; W iard (hi m your
chest ntui wo how iUii !,ly it will draw out
thu iiillaniiiiatioii mid break up the cold.
It really makes littlo
whether tho earth Is Hat
so long an we can make
Vlir VOV'IM' AS IIO I li i:.i narrow. When
foil re coUtflunK :,imI t el'itk'. W l'i-n voll ve ml ,,li.
iihion.'il ill -i-ii--.il- -1 mlil. Like A I .unit H.iI-
S;nu. MoiJ hy nil ilrin.'.iHi-. 'i.e. ji- uml fcl.w hultlea.
A wise iiiiin suppieabes lully two
thirds of his opinions.
T.owis' Sire Hinder stni",lit Ttr-M.tny
SlilokilH piclrr tlmii to liic ci,;:ii.
need It haven't
something those who
What Aits You)
Do you feel weak, tired, despondent, have frequent head
oches, coated tongue, bitter or hod taste in morning,
"beart-burn," belcliin(J of gas, acid risings in Ihrout niter
eating, stomach gnaw or burn, foul brcuth, dizzy spells,
poor or variable appetite, nausea at times nnd kindred
If you have any considerable number of the
above aymptoma you are suffering from bilious
ness, torpid liver with indigestion, or dyspepsia.
Vr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is nindo
sjp of the most valuable medicinal principles
It nown to medical science for tho permanent
cure of aucb abnormal conditions. It is a most
efficient liver snvigorator, stomach tonic, bowel
regulator and ncrvo strcngthencr.
The "Golden Medicol Discovery" is not a potent medicine or secret nostrum,
a full list of its ingredients bcinfj printed on its botllc-wruppcr and attested
tinder oath, A glance at these will show lluit it contains no alcohol, or Irirm
fid habit-forming drugs, it ia a fluid extract made with pure, tripb-rclincd
glycerine, of proper strength, from the roots of nutive American medical,
forest plants. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Props., ItuiT.ilo, N. V.
Senator Dolilver, of lows, says: i
"Thn ttrenm of emlirmnts from tho United Suite
ri,'rt to CanailiiKill eonllnue."
Br-;rJ'JsK' nat1' 1'oIIhit recently fnlil a
in ii 'i ii ii ii f' r i(i iiiu iivm i
of I tv lir-tt itkltlK i
lln; IhiP Hillnix-ouiit for
thn v mnvnl of nt many
Imvn fitrtncni I't Cumuli..
Our ii", 'i urn pli-uwd
itli lii ( iovrrninftit Miid
tin i i.-i'lli t.t uiiruinis
trallon f luw. and ttry
ii r tiMuinn tit Tod tn
tons of th'ui' rtfidr. nnd
lit v nrn nt iij nmlnit."
J iVDiiii' irilmtfd larfrfw
run f irmTi wIki mailt C iiii.nlii
t!iolr homo tin ring I. HID.
I 1 1' I l irop rot ii rim n Ion a
ilnrlniryt-Jtrii'IiliMl (u t lion mil h
il tlMM-ouiil rjr uptvurdflot
: nilrt ifrtmtfitr. ndt-! fimn
lull, i ''it Ml rtlllllaT II 'l llllll ) I n tT
ill i nil Irtfi tl)n. I r lldtIM
MiMtls r H,( i u rr nro In he
h nl In (Ii vcrjr lM't ll1 rtcti,
J t0 ikto prn-i'ii ipt hini it I $.1.(10
m t ii' rn wlllilii 4'i-italri itri'iin.
S-lHHiU MMtt lllin llCN III I'VITT
wtt It'inrtii , till mil i' niifci'lltit,
Will ( III I'll ItfsJ.MIHHl, HllltTUUli
IhiIIiIImic iiitilt'rhil tih'iit ifnl.
1 nr imrt ii n liir-H iij lo luriitiuii. low
U wtilcrV T ul;iy r ti' hii I Ut'iM'rifN
ii ii mi-' ruii 'i i-iiin'u, tri, i.;iii
Ju-t uri'l ntinr Infurnui
a ... t 'a 1
I ' 'sVd ,,t?,llT Citn.. or to t'uuuvaaa
I.ffi r.vl W. V. BENNETT
, ' sVl
A 4 601 Niv Ycrk Lift B!dg. Omahi, Nib,
(Tse nililri-w nenret yen.) f3)
"IlaviiiR tnlcen your wonderful "Canca
ret' fr three months ninllxin;; entirely
cured of stomach catarrh nnd dyspepsia,
I tliiiiii a word of praise h dne to
'Cascuicts' for their wonderful composi
tion. I have taken numerous other so
called remedies but without avail, and I
find that Cascarets relieve more in a d iy
than ull the others I li :vc taken wouldta
a year." J.itncs JdcGuue,
lo3 Jlorccr St., Ji r.-ey City, N. J.
Ploasnnl, P.ilatnt)l Pot-nt. TnMo Good,
lm i i iinl. Never MiJu ii.Wi iken or (iriiv.
lJc,2-, N--. Never fc'il'l Inbuilt. Tiioi:en
tiino t iljl' t Bfiiiiitx-il t'C. t'. (iuaruutved In
turn or yuur uijuty Lat-k. 'J1J
Turlock Irrigation District
ilTTrM?T!'N'ITIt fnsiirpiissi-il. At l.inrl,
AI'.I'M'ANI' WA I'KU nt low tale, llealllilul
CiliM.ile. hieri 1 1tln ( iruWH. Sir.ii lien-1 en as
(Ji-.-.i niaM. No S'lrltrr Ni'i'i-i"!M-v tnr -lock on
I.-M il.ivnr nl:;lit. The i.M I,' V M. N 'S '. K-
Al)!i;. Write f,.r I I.I I'M liA'I I II In i KI.ET.
TUHLOCK cnAnD OF TFIADE. Turlock. Cal.
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ui rsluutoiM. ik.l rMottai
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
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