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Every cough makes .
your ihroat more raw y
ind irritable. Every n
coun congests the lining
membrane of your lungs.
Ceasetearing your throat
tnd lungs in this way.
Put the parts at rest and
five them a chance to
heal. You will need some
help to do this, and you
will find it in
From the first dose the
auiet and rest begin: the
ckling in the throat
ceases; the spasm weak
ens; the cough disap
pears. Do not wait for
pneumonia and con
sumption but cut short
your cold without delay.
Dr. Iyer's Cherry Pec
toral Plaster should be
rer the lung? of every per
Mn troubled with a cough.
Write to the Doctor.
TbuuI ottportunHlM tnd Inn m-
mrtHf rtliUBDlIf (11
Trine ? t4:rl ad
ItIf all tlM MrUruiam
TH B wbaf jetir xi
msueailf qualify m rr
rtlruiam hi yttr rat.
with our Cfcarrr I'ectnral. You
totir xprnr nn
will rctr ti prow pi reply, without
AUr.VK J C ATFH
As Black I QYE
A Natural Black with
SOcH.oldiugl'lHo. R P H.ll Ce ,H.lhw. N H.
A GOOD GARDEN
ri pleasure nd a profit. I.r, -vnry need Uiok
tr ta a right lgiiiiiirig (.njuri'i he. (1 in
sure P m"t ttjr'-Klul endu- 'et the iHmb
low IU Irw! Jfttnvfl J II. if-tf ry A Son,
W- li-lit-a.il. Ma
i N. U NO. 533 9
lliMS WHtRt 11 ft Si I S,
Couatl Syrup. TMlMllud. las
IB urn. f'1 nr flntsiri-i"
B'0n cloth ginrii gem t hove
(ained favor late in them awn, anil the
special fancy for taimnrng U a fixture
aforangs an i bine. Violet cloth, em
broidered in white moire applique with
black and ileel, is also very pretty with
brown and the ua .al accessories of
Blar-k and white, alwaaeo popular,
Mem t" "vuch a preponderant e of
white i yuany cases the black
Sguief J trimming than any
AfrgehMe Preparation for As- 1
r .i ill i rvtn
a la a , . i tiiiiaiiuao sis m n au
I nxwnoies Vj&t siion,uenui- i X tf If
Owum.Morphine nor Mineral. I W l IK
NotNahcotic. f My
8t) hf , Use
AprffCfRcmtdy rorConstipa- I 1.1T
rion.SourStontach.Diarrtwea, I kl A
VNtonnsnvulswas Feverish- If LnH llWOr
mm and Lossor Sleep. I J UI UYul
YacSicnilr Signature ot j asi , W
1 sjrS 1 Thirty Yeari
nArm Varaaln Brerdrra-
Noltody now talks about the hedge as
a cheap fence, though Its other recoiu
tnendatloo of being permanent unfor
tunately still holds good. Except for
a lorder around some suburban resi
dence the hedge Is a nuisance, and Is
now little planted. In the country i Is
especially objectionable, as It keeps on
Crowing unless cut back every year or
two. and lis roots extend on either side,
robbing the cultivated land of moisture
anil plant food that the mips require.
Most commonly the In de Is built
around the orchard, possibly with the
Idea that It will protect the fruit from
thieves. Instead of this, the hedge 1
apt to stir the ambition of all the Iwys
In the neighborhood to try whether they
cannot get through it. and we never
aw the hedge that could keep an artive
boy out of where he wanted to go. Hut
the worst of all the evils of the hedge
around an orchard Is that It Is sure to
be surrounded by tall grass, making tbe
best possible harbor for rabbits, which
will go through and strip the bark from
apple trees. In most cases, too, tbe
rabbit will strip the bark from the
hedgerow trees, thus killing them and
destroying the hedge. American Culti
The I.adr A pple.
It Is probably the small size of thli
variety, as well as Its bright color and
good flavor, that make It such a favorltt
on the.parlor table. A plateful will give
a taste of apple to a great many people,
each taking a specimen. It has a small
core, and Is enslly peeled, though many
like the aromatic flavor of apple skin,
and prefer to eat It without peeling
Though a small variety, It Is a very
productive apple, and always brings
good price Id the market.
More or less exp-rience is absolutely
necessary to making a success with
To Cure o Cold in One Da
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All aniKKisls refund the money If It fills
to cure. 2."c. The genuine has L. B. Q.
OB each tnhle'
Some of tbe stars move with a velo
city of SO miles a second.
Fiso's Cure for Consumption has been s
family nn-.lieine with us since J. R.
Madison, SiVJ 4Jd A ve. Chicago, III.
Keep all the best ol the early batch
ed pullets, they make the best winter
l--fit. V, I, .ir-tomr S(.r.-.1j Tin, ,J lrctle
Oiil.,.t,l, Hale'. II, ,.f flur. ho itiKl and T.r.
I'll..' i ru'li.-h or-) nue I'l ui Uinut..
An exch mife of servants is one way
to terminate eminine frien I duns.
America's greatest physician have
conquered f,a Urippe and its after ef-
lecis ilieir treatment has been
tbouroiighly tested in the hoepitals of
Korope and of this country, anil is em
Wind in Ir. Kiy's Luni: lislm.
Rev. II. P.. Dye ol Morrison, lows,
write. ''Mrs, Dye bad a bad attack of
I a (irippe ), settled on her lungs.
She used Dr Kay's Lung lialm, with
most decided good eflects, which is a
repetition of past experience with her.
Nothing is so prompt and positive in its
cffectB on her lung-,"
You f-bould write for free advice and a
cpy of Dr. Kay's Home Treatuvnt, an
ill uat rated lionk of 1 1ft pages of receipt
etc. Dr. H. J Ky Medical Co., Sara
toga r-priiigs, N. Y.
The earlier tbe hens shed their old
coat the sooner they will b gin to make
a win'er ei;g record.
One reason that lowls given a goid
range are healthier is that, they receive
lood bel fur digestion, with the neces
sary r L.
Anv weapon is enough if the Lord is
only behind it.
No fowl should bo allowed to get
thoroughly wet except a duck or noose.
See that the eggs are clean before be
ing sent to market.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Better Than Show,"
The wealth of the multi
millionaires is not equal to
good health. Riches 'without
health are a curse, and yet the
rich, the middle classes and
the poor alike have, in Hood's
Sarsaparilla, a valuable as
sistant in getting and main
taining perfect health. It
Scrofula-" Three years ago our son,
now eleven, had a serious rase of scrofula
anderysipelas with dreadful sores, discharg
ing and Itching constantly. He could not
walk. Several physicians did not help for
siiteen months. Three months' treatment
with Hood's Sarsaparilla made him per
fectly well. We are glad to tell others of it."
Mas. David Lahio, Ottawa, Kansas.
NlUMfl -"Vomiting spells, dizziness
and prostration troubled me for years.
Had neuralgia, grew weak and could not
sleep. My age was against me. but Hood's
Karsaparilla cured me thoroughly. My
weight Increased from 12.') to 143 pounds. I
sin the mother of nine children. Never felt
so well and strong since I was married as I
do now." Mas. M. A. Wtrtag, I.VJJ 33d St.,
Wash'ngton, If. C.
Eczema-1' We had to tie the hands of
our twu yeur old son on account of Eczema
on face and limbs. No medicine even
helped until we used Hood's Sariaparilla,
which soon cured." Mss. A. Vas Wvcg. 123
Montgomery Htreet, Paterson. N ,1.
Hood't P1ll rur iivt'T ilia; rion Irritating aod
ib onlv calharUc to use with lluod't Saraaparilla!
God bless the cheerful old maids I I
lu? them az I do an open winter.
Waiting to Take Ho'd.
You know the misery of sciatica is
avful. Well, if you love misery better
than cure, let it go on. but St. Jacobs
Oil is wailing to take hold, subdue til
Cain ainl set you all right.
5ood working iiourB in getting to St
ngepli oi Kansas City when it is pos
sibl to shorten the jf ur.ney by using
pt. J'ise..h & urand Island night trsins,
which are equipped with Keclining
Chair Cart (seats free) and l ullman
AN EXCELLENT COMBINATION
BASED ON MERIT.
The Importance of Informing tbe
Public of the Value of an Article
Throunh the Leading Newspapers.
The few remedies which have attained
to worldwide fame, as truly beneficial in
effect and giving satisfaction to millions
of people everywhere, are the products of
the knowledge of the most eminent phy
sicians, and presented in the form most
acceptable to the human system by the
skill of the world's great chemist; and one
of the most successful examples is the
Syrup of Eigs manufactured by the Cali
fornia Kig Syrup Co I'tilike a host of
imitations and cheap substitutes. Syrup of
Figs is permanently beneficial in its ef
fects, and therefore lives and promotes
good heiilth, while inferior preparations
are being cast aside ami forgotten. In
olden times if a remedy gave temporary
relief to individuals here and there, it was
thought good; but nowadays a laxative
remedy must give j-atisfactlon to all. If
you have never used Syrup of Figs, give it
a trial, and you will he pleased with it,
and will recommend it to your friends or
to any ho suffer from constipation, or
froin over feeding, or from colds, head
aches, hilioiisne-s, or other ills resulting
from an inactive condition of the kidneys,
liver and bowels.
In the process of manufacturing the
pleasant family laxative made by the Cal
ifornia Fig Syrup Co., and named Syrup
of Figs, tigs are used, as they are pleasant
to 'he taste; but the medicinal properties
of the remedy are obtained from an excel
lent combination of plants known to be
medicinally laxative and to act most bene
ficially. As the true and originsi remedy,
named Syrup of Figs, is manufactured by
the California Fig Syrup Co. only, a
knowledge of that fact will assist in
avoiding the north less imitations manu
factured by other parties The company
has selected for years past the leading
publications of the I'uited States through
which in inform the public of the merits
of its remedy, and among them this
puper is iiicloded. as will he seen by
reference to out adfertising columns.
Education means something more
C an information. It is not small intel
ligence. It is the proc ta of bringing
tbe individual in harmony with bis
spiritual environment. The purpose n(
education is the provision ol happiness
and contentment of the human fsmily
A I'aris work ing baker named Galle
bus taken the Hebrew pri.e of the
F.coledu Louvre with an es av on the
ilook of Dan el.
Eight ieet is the usmil width of a
street in China.
This Sleutin o
(OLD IY ALL BRUOOISTS IU
TIB UNITED STATES
Jmaiwe ikmuhk hbletI
toting man don't try to climb the
bill of fame.
To grind old ecisi-ora at home eaw the
blade on tbe n cl' of a glass bottle, as
if you were trying to saw that part off.
In a short time the scissors will be
Oat-i SI -2 Inches Long.
TlieOat marvel what will fiffO.dOO sura
long heads per nTe weigh? l.Y.VHi lbs.
4H KiisIh-Is! Such a yield pays big!
Cut this iiot.ee out and vein) 111 rents
postage to JOHN A. S.W.ZKIt SEED
COMPANY. I. A CKOKSE. WIS., and
get their great I'litalngin- and 10 Farm
Seed Samples free: including liiomus lu
crum, the greatest gniss on earth. 1 ota-
toes ( -Ji) a Hi.l. (c. n.)
Is it I'rofilable
to devote an eatire diy in getting to St
Joseph or Kansas City, when the trip
may he comfortably male during the
night via the St. Joseph & Grand Island
Ky ! Chair I ara (seats tree) and Pull-
mn Palace Sleeppera are rtiii on all
Hon. W. J Onnell, Ei (Jongressman
from Nebraska, and at present Omaha's
City Attorney writes : "To Whom Thia
Comes, Greeting: I take pleasure in
recommending the virtues of the reme
dies prepared by tbe Dr. B. J. Kay
Medical Co. Having known of some
rema'kable cures of Ornaba people af
fected by the use of Dr. K ty's Renovat
or and Dr Kay'a Lung Balm. I believe
that these great remedies are worthy of
the con Qdence of the public." 'Thouf
andoftbe most prominent people in
America know that the above are facta,
and no remedies have affected so large a
per cent of cures. Pend for our large
illustrated kook. It baa great valuea
buf, will be sent tree and e will give free
advice and samples on application. Dr.
B. J. Kay Medical Co., Omaha, Neb.
Our harvest battles are thoee we fight
In Winter Uae Allen's Foot-Ease.
A powder to be shaken into the shoes.
Durinn winter your feet feel uncomfort
able, nervous and often cold and damp.
11 you have pei spiring, smarting feet or
tight shoes, try ALLEN'S FOOT EASE
It warms and rests tne feet and makes
walking ea,:y. Cur-s swollen and swear
ing fi et. blisters and callous spots. Be
lieves co ns and bunions of all pain and
is a cer'ain cure for Chilblains an'
Frost-bites. Try it today. Sold by ai
druggists and shoe tores for 25c. Trii
package mailed FREE. Addres Allen.
P. Olmatead, Le R-,v. V. Y.
No farm is complete without a good
$:t OO(l for a New Corn.
That's what this new corn cost. Yields
313 bushels per acre. Hig Four Oats ISiO
bushels Salzer's Hape to pasture sheep
and cattle at 25c. tier acre yields 50 tons;
potatoes $1.20 per bbl. Bruinus Inermis,
the greatest grass on earth: Beardless
Barley 00 bushels per acre, 10 kinds
grasses and clovers, etc.
Send this notice to JOHN A. SALZEU
SEED CO., LA OtOSSE. WIS., with
10c. struips and receive free great Cata
logue, $3,000 Corn and 10 Farm Seed
Samples. (c. n.)
After the second year the hen's value
as a winter egg producer lessens.
Mrs. Wlnslow'i Soothino Svbcp for child
ren teething, softens the gums, reduces tnflama
mstton, slltyi pain, cures wind colic 25c bottle
WANTED. -Cot or had health that 'ft I-P A N-S
win not rrfnfH St-rid 5 rerili to hliian Chemical
Co., New Yort, fnr 10 aamDlesand UOUiteatlmontala.
There are nearly 3,000 stitches in a
pair of hand-sewed boots.
There have been years of misery suf
fered from a little nerve because St.
Jacobs Oil was not used to cure neural
gia, which affected it. Make sure and
To remove iron rust from marble:
Use a solution of one quart of nitric acid
in 25 parts of water. Apply to tba spots
only, then rince with water and aruonia.
Deafness Cannot be Carea
by local applications, as they cannot reach
the diseased portion of tbe car There is
only one way to cure Dcatness, and that is
by cons itutional remedies. Deafness is
caused by an inflamed condition of the
mncous lining of the Eustachian Tube.
When this tube gets inflamed yon have a
rumbling sound or imps' feet hearing, and
when it is entirely closed Deafness is the
result, and unless'the intlamniuiioii can be
taken out and this tnhe re tored to its
normal condition, hearing will be de
stroyed forever; nine cases ont of ten are
caused by catarrh, which is nothing but
an inflamed condition of the mucous sur
faces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Deatness (caused by catarrh)
that cannot he cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Bend for circulars free.
P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, 0.
aVBold by Druggist. 76c.
We easily form habits of thought. A
c-rlain subject comes before the mind
and we dwell upou it, and revert to it;
after a w hile the mind turns to it when
ever not employed on something else.
We should eiercise care to form tbe
habit of thinking on good subjects.
Such thinking, like breathing tbe moun
tain air, is a tonic to beallhfutnesa of
mind and heart.
God weighetb more with how much
a tnaD worketo than how much he
doetb. He doth much that loveth much.
it N mry Hi if LAXATIVE ISOSfO
GtllP CURE that DOES CURE!
Nerves Destroyed by Catarrh.
Nerves Restored by Pc-ru-na,
MR. ROBERT B. MANTELL,
Dr. Hartoiau, Columbus, Ohio:
Wear .-hi - lhe untile of IV ru na at hand.
It Is plml;i and nms: invigorating, re
freshing to the oerveg and brain. It is one
of tbe ben Ionics I have ever used. It
makes rue feel like a new man. Yours sin
cerely. It. B. Mautell.
Catarrh and Nervousness.
A ervous person nearly always has
catarrh. Catarrh Is one of the ways !n
whie-b a depressed condition of the Dervous
system shows lt..;f. Catarrhal people ore
loon made nervous. The relation betweeD
chronic catarrh and nervous debility is most
Catarrh Is chronic congestion of some
mucous membrane. The nerve, which
should guard the mucous membrane against
congrtilion, are depressed and their func
tion partly destroyed. The nerves that
should control the circulation in the mucous
membrane are called the vsia-motor system
of nerves. Depression of the general ner
runs system soon leads to depression of the
vasa-motor syeieni. Depression of the rasa
motor system of nen es at ooce causes
Any remedy to effect a radical cure of
chronic catarrh must operate directly
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FREE ADVICE by our Fhyelclan and a FREE SAMPLE
of our medicine: and aSS-psgo Free Itoo treating all diseases ivlili 56 excellent
rectpei nit some of the. reasons why you idioulu write us.
Dr. Kay's Renovator
CnrPA the verv urui-nt cjLuai at Dvanensla. ConrttlnaUoii
Kldncv diseases. Send for proof of
all of vour avmotoms. Dr. ha
by mall on Tecelpt of prir, 'r cents
Address Dr. B.J. KAY MEDICAL
tab tir. hlarh irrade aulumant th roach oat. flMUt
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WHEN YOU WANT TO LOOK
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OF THINGS, USE
The bicycle craze has bad tbe effect of
increasing tbe size of woman's bands
Glove makers say that where they for
merly made eix as the average eize of a
woman's glove, they are now compelled
to make them a ha f a eize larger. Wo
men who are proud of their little hands
are now showing big hands with quite aa
much pride. It must bo borne in mind
that the big baud must be well groomed
for small defects which would pise un
noticed in the tiny hands become very
conspicuous in the big nne
QUININE TAILETS. Attipt ll uhtititi
THE GREAT ROMANTIC ACTOR.
through the nerTee, tDTlgiratlof the mucosal
Mrs. C. C. Filler, of 134 South Fourti
street, Columbus, O., writes: "For tea
or n f teen years
1 hare been sub
ject to nervous
!a- n-!ls of gulver-i
Sav !at D 'n mf stota
SS'tt sch. rrph smota-
1 WA, e r i n t feelings.
V from w n a t ll
w aft .hk called nervous
bloated and I was constantly weak sat
trembling. I consulted several physicians,
who treated me wlthoui doing me sny good,
I bad almost glveu up lu despair when I
heard of 1'e-ru-na. It was shout six years
ago that 1 firsl took Pe ru na. I found It aa
immediate relief to ail my disagreeable
symptoms, It Is the only medicine that has
ever been of any use to me."
Dr. Hsrtmou's latest book, entitled "Wla
ter Catarrh," S"nt free. Address Tae
Pe ru na Drug Manufacturing Co in pa ay,
Headache, I.tver and
it. We liuarantee It. Write us about
Kay's Renovator I aold by diugglsis, or sent
ir, cents and SI. 00.
CO., (Westsrn Office) Omaha, NeB.
ONLY ONE DOLLAR OOWH
Cut tii is Art. out and nd to u witli SI.M,
wbf trior (iutV nr I.iniieV, and we will Hnd tm
thli HIGH ORAOC 1809 M06EJ. $40.00 ACMI
JtWCL HIUTtUt, DJ Up
pi fif, U i.L. aubjtiet to liifav
jli:oi). .tan ins it c jowr
wjpreatf office and if jmi
a si u cv.,uU irt.t...44
kft-h trade 640.00 tMj
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THE ACME JEWEL
In oitu ot I ha boat Mey-clai
a, ft next Ktel tub4n(
bfet material (.urouflv
out, dr-iji forsro counao
ti his. full ball tiaarlni,
two piece hanrr, hisV
flnih. enainflrfl bltrli
rf?a nr airi, baiiiiKOOia nMksH
SKD A RIDIKO ONK TkAlt tit AUANTKK.
Addr..,. SEiRS. ROEBUCK i. CO. fine), CHICA60, ILL
Kvery 'tillage in Cuba has its publio
cocking main. These will furnish good
sites for free public schools.
Some ol the Cubans have a realizing
sense of what lil.erty means. One of
them offered an American officer $260
for a place on the Havana police fore.
They say the beautiful women in Cu
ba have already acquired tbe habit of
throwing kisses at our soldiers and that
our Hoteliers catch them every time and
exchange shots. Otherwise everything
is now on a strictly peace basis in Cuba.
npfiuitH U hi "just is mi."
DrarzHts refuai the none?
if It fails to cure.
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