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. a iueix, rneniroa
K l-iuduif nc-e U IW rcr 'f in
It U folly to boast of jour frill
before you bare bul.t your foundation.
Man. huru and Korea gone and
niore broken t'biiut to fx- picked up be
Tbere were only nineteen death due
to football this s-a u. The bunting
record beat that all to pieces.
Mr. Carnegie ay that be piliiu th
on of a rich man. One is inclined ts
feel sometime that Mr. t'arnesie ei
aggerat.s the joy of jovcriy.
A riii'ad'!ihia horse ut bis foot
Into hia ujnu'.li and it took a crowd
of veiei iuaries to unt.iiijrle bim. I-et
this lie a bird le wa.ni.ij; tj ou.
One of tli iu stions that agitates
the man In the stre-t U whether au
uexatl n of Panama wou.d bring down
the price of hi next summer's bar.
A New York preacher liecatue the
father of triplet a few days agj. If
be can go on preaching pcice on earth
now it will have to be admitted that
he' a wonder.
"Killed. 3.5.M; wounded, 45,477."
This Is not the report of a treat bat
tle. buMhe report of the I'nited State
Intt rstate -o:iiineic? conin.U-ion on the
Injuries inflicted by our lallrotids for
the fiscal year ended June :H bud.
Appendicular surgery in punning Into
hititory. Nearly everytiody who can
afford to have the malady has paid the
bill and the rest of mankind get along
very well with ordinary prudence In
observam-e of the laws of digest Urn.,
W. K. Vandcrbllt thinks the fill
er!. of preacher should be re.lucid.
Mr. Yauderbilt secma to le rather un
grateful. A preacher did him iii!te a
favor when he wanted to get married
awhile ajjo and the lawn of the Church
of England almost thwarted him.
To fish is to prevaricate. The rule
Is Invariable. If Ixaak Walton pre
sent an apparent exception it must
be reiuciiilHTiil that he wan in reality
but little of a fisherman despite the
clamor of the fra;eriiity which wouid
piwh him forward as its chief est "X
A partially demented man In Maine
has had bin head completely cleared
by a sounding thump on the nkull.
This case ought to be thoroughly In
vestigated, for if such treatment is of
universal applicability, then every !:.
in the land should proceed at once tj
pit ct or have appointed au oIIl-!al
Seventeen thousind new words, or
new meanings of old words, appear In
the revised edition of a dictionary of
the English language. These -.vers st
lected from half a million words and
definitions that had come into use
since the dictionary was first printed,
on'y ten years ago. The language. In
spite of its antiquity, does not eeeui
to be threatened with senile decay.
Events have not justified the proph
ecy of those who said a few yearn ago
that bicycle riding wan merely a fad,
and would soon lose Its popularity.
It was the fad of a few, to be sure,
but the bicycle has proved Itself bo
useful that It lias been adopted as a
business vehicle In the city as well as
' In the country. Last year more thau
six hundred thousand . bicycles were
sold In the United Slates; and in
France more than twice as many bicy
cles were ridden as In H'JS.
Of some 9.000 members of religious
orders expe'.led from France, it Is es
timated that 6,100 have settkd In
England, 1. 100 have gone to Canada
and 1,800 have entered the United
States. The number of men and wo
men who have settled in England is
about equal; of those who have gone
to Canada the women are Id the ma
jority, while those who have settled
to tbe United States are uearlj all
aien. It Is estimated tbat nearly $22.
000,000 bas been taken Info England
by these religions, while tbe sum of
110,000.000 bas come -to tbe United
States and Canada.
A New York doctor gives a formula
for a paste tbat dissolves the hair on
I man's face and gives hltn a shave
without a razor. Some fear Is felt
tbat It may take tbe face, too, but
what doea a man care for tbat who bas
tried to shave with an old razor that
would draw tears from a face of
Competent American girls are In de
man In tbe Philippines. A business
bud wbo lately returned from Manila
says tbat tbe supply of well-trained
stenographers and typewriters Is not
bearly equal to tbe demand, although
wares are considerably higher tban
la tbe United States. Women of ninny
feafionalltles are constantly arriving .n
Manila, bat American girls are scarce,
fla irishwomen outnumber them four
to one, and now boM tbe best positions,
llthoagB nearly all tbe "want ads" end
vita, "American girl preferred."
Aktoff wttb tn expressions of alarm
tw tat terribly higb percentage of
fcs a rira Increasing prom-
Is ftvasi t tnt danger coming
Ot wnasintMna carrying of ooa-
e are bn-jinrng " a natmn of gun ar
rf s." The Majority of cowsrliy ruf
fians have little t-wi'Utiu eagne
in a quarrel if no weapni is wii.'.in
reach, while shall iw headed fe!!o.
wh have rw-cive.1 c's;d--sM- i!
their education from 1 .ne iwvcV
and "nickel iibrari ." are no: only j-i
sua led that a wea;xni i ne-e-.i,y To
their safety, but tliey .ire ai:xi I r
an excuse to "flush a rfiin." IV,i"
otficem ftnould have authority L u;
press the carrying of wea-hum by irre
sponsible partie, even if a legal
ci-deut bad to be established, wucb, for
instance as would allow- thin to ar
rest at sight all suspicions diaraclers
In order to search for weapons. Where
such were found, heavy wut.-ni-es
would do considerable to discourage
the practice. It Is bett r to !ak- be
roic measures ra;her than to hue
homicide statistics which are a iu
The theory of Ir. J. I. ltoliert,.i.
expressed before a Chicago uieuica'
society, to the effect that the lathing
habit is Injurious ami as he .iid a
"dirt, habit." an opinion which mad
the other doctor sra-p but which toe.
could not . i' ntifically refute, re;ni:i
an observant man of many
that wem qtn er. He N rem uded thu
our mouutjin and plains Itidiaus. uh
uevi-r bat.he t'M't-pt by accidi-iit. ar
rare'y 111 and. l.ar. ing war or accident
live to good old age, displaying aggre
sive virility and force all their live
On the other hand, the natives of ti.'
Pacific islands, who are half In
time or more in the water, are w.-a!
effeminate, disease Inclined and s'mi
lived. He will recall, also, that ii
C'vilization the children w ho from any
cause, either p tverty or iiiclinaTin.
wallow In the dirt in city, bnvu aa
country are generally vigorous, nhi
the pampered children, rich or (smj
h are scrulitied to shilling are ll
reverse. Tlielr vitali.y wuis t shriv
1 i:p like the skin of a wa-hi r.vouiaii
hands. He may recall, also, a curioi;
New York experience. Some years a;
the authorities, desiring to convhic
the slum dwellers of the hygienic vain
of bathing and clcunilness in genera
and the di.'.isi'-breediiig powers
tilth, divided tiie -ity Into dls'rlcts.
adjusted as to cotitrti-t as sharp1? .1
possible the districts where oven ro 1 d
ii,g and dirt pr vailed w ith tho
wherein the ieo.'e bathed frequent
and w ore clean clothes. One distt't
included the ferrit iry east of Hroad
way. south of Tourteeirh street, w ier
the population Is denser than sny
where tlse In the country anil quit
as grimy. Another was the adj.w;i;
and less odorous but still fusty re
gion west of Ilrondway, mid then Iti
districts ran back by degrees in'o
the high. airy, ch-anly residence re
gions above and to the west of 11
tral Park. They then bok a h.vgi. iiic
or disease census by district line,
perfectly confident that the showing
would be of appalling preva'cuee of
zymotic and probably other disease in
the shim districts as compared with
the others. When the returns were all
in and tabulated the zealous workers
for the soap and water habit were up
palled Indeed, but it was by the fait
that the figures showed by far tne
lowest disease and death rate in the
crowded district east of Broadway
and south of Fourteenth, where th-y
had expected the highest, anil that the
rate grew, thr iugh ail the other divis
ions, until It rose to really alarming
height in the breezy regions of up
town. The east side was never held
up to Itself as an object lesson. The
reformers took the whole matter un
der advisement and pigeon-holed the
census. After nil. Is not this matter
of frequent or Infrequeut bathing like
so many other human habits .nil
tustes, a matter of the Individual?
"One man's meat Is another man's
poison," says the old saw, and any
kind of crank would die If fed wholly
on good common sensa.
It Is tune to iiit.
It is time to quit the grumbling.
Time to take a hopeful view.
Time to drop the foolish notion
That the world is all askew;
There are lots of blessings yet
That the world is booked to get.
And tiie good Lord iu his mercy's sav
ing some of them for you.
It is time to quit the sighing.
Time to look up with a smile,
For the good old world's revolving
In the same old steady style;
Wicked people day by day
Ciose their eyes sod pass swuy.
And there won't be any left here bnt
the righteous, after awhile.
It Is time to quit the fretting
Over trifles that go wrong;
Think of sll the joys you're getting.
All the blessings, right along;
Don't sit down disheartened, asd.
Over smsll rebuffs you've had.
Fortune tries our spirits often, jnst to
make them good and strong.
It is time to quit hollering
Tli st there's nothing left to do
For the ones who'd be achieving;
Every day brings something new.
Don't give op the hope to rise,
Fair ahead the future lies.
And to-morrow may be bringing jnst
the needed chsnce for you.
It Is time to quit the grieving
For the good old hnppy days;
It is time to quit believing
Men are sunk in sinful ways;
Still the morning'msy be blight.
Still sweet dreams may come at night.
Fate has favors for the cheerful, bat
our grumbling never psys. .
Woman's Home Companies.
Metbwf fa Ills Mdaae.
Peckem I aay, old man, why In tbe
world do you wear aocb a disreputable-looking
Eaneek Beeattae my wife has em
phatically declared tbat ebe will not
be neon on tbe atreet wlta me
I ft a new om. Met
MALE AND I EM ALE PACKINoj
tt ife -"1 UI 1ut Oil' g fcu we 11 e '
tf 11 k'S jou bouiiht a bile you vitrei
Uusbind '"Kb I didn't buy any.
"Hut toii had only one mall trunk
hen jou left, au"l you have come
tiark with to "
"Ob! Yes, yoo packed my trunk
for me, you know. Wbeo I came to
atart back, I bad to b rro another
trunk to get all tbe stuff In."
A omsn would tatbet be Idolized
m la (he World.
F.sthervtlle, la, Feb. 1st. Mr.
George J. Barber of this pisce says:
"Dodd's Kidney Pills sre tbe best
medicine In the world. Tbere Is noth
ing as good. I had been sick for oer
15 years with Kidney Disease which
IS-jilIy turned Into Bnght's Disease. I
was treated by IkK-tors In Chicago, but
they didn't do me sny good. Tbe best
lkxtor in Ksthervllle treated me for
five years with no better success. I
heard of IWjdd's Kidney Pills and
made up my mind to gire them a trial.
"I am very thankful to be able to
say that they cured me completely and
I think they are tbe best: medicine In
The honest, earnest, straightforward
eifieriein-es of real living men anil
women are tbe only material used in
advertising D'sld's Kidney Pills. Due
such testimony Is worth more than a
thousand unsupiorted claims. The peo
ple who have used Ihxld's Kidney Pills
are those whose evidence Is wortb con
sideration and surely nothing inn be
more convincing than a statement like
Mr. Ilarlier's. There are Uiousand ot
others Just as strong.
THK WII1MNU NUISANCE
Theie Isn't anything lo the world
more disatfieeablo lhao a whiDlne
person, lie whli es If it is but. He
w limes if it U cold. lie whines at
this, be whines al that, he whines
at everything. Whine, whine, whine
It is Just a habit be bas fallen Into.
There Is Dnthing the matter iih
hlru. It Is Just a bd hab.t. The
hlner is Kenn-ally an Idle pprson or
al iztoue VMiat he nerds Is to be
set to otk at real hatd wi.ik, rum
tul or phjsical. Some work that will
Interest blai and engage his whole
aitenii' n and he will not have tlm
to whine. Get the wlnno out f
your voice or it will slop the de
velopemetit and Krotl idy iur ldy
lt will narrow atidshtink your mind
ll sill dnve away your fi iends. It
make you unpopular. There Is
n tiling life Mattel with fou. Jnst
qultyo ir whlnlnn and (to to wo k.
NOT MJ HAD DAYTIMK
Fllturu I hope you are iuleiislf d
in 1 ha crlnK evils 1 f the day.
Flamru Well, no-, particularly.
I guess If you had twins, as I have,
.ou'd be more int" rested In tl e crj
nticvils nf the ntglit, also. Phlla
d lpbla Huiletin.
In Sweden bHcks are laid In zero
weather by heatn the sand for the
Idaho will rruke ao exhibit of
minerals at the wotld''s f.ilr tbat
i'l cad a teotion to I hat stale's
o iderfut rrs"iuc.(S, Her unrivaic J
jttnbit of 2-0, (XX) opals is no over
s a '0ed by tne report tbat bi(? rilv
coveiies of tadiunis hue recent!
h-eo mads ' Executive Commissioner
hurtt Is arraugi g, fur a display of
bis newest wonder.
In Cuba aiitetn tons of cane yield
one too of snup; in IV tu It requites
only twelve and a half.
That Coffee Was tbe Heal Trouble.
Some people flounder around and
take everything that's recommended tu
them, but finally find out that coffee
Is the real cause of their troubles. An
Oregon man says:
For 25 yeas I was troubled with
my stomach. I was a steady coffee
drinker, but didn't suspect that as tbe
cause. I doctored with good doctors
and got no help; then I took almost
anything which some one else had
been cured with, but to no good. I was
very bad last summer and could not
work at times.
"On December ', 1902. I was taken
ao bad tbe Doctor said I could not live
over twenty-four hours at tbe most
and I made all preparations to die. I
could hardly eat anything, everything
distressed me, and I was weak and
sick all over. When In that condition
coffee was abandoned and I was pot
n Postnm; tbe change In my feelings
came quickly after the drink that waa
poisoning me waa removed.
"Tbe pain and sickness fell away
from me and I begun to get well day
by day, ao I atuck to It, until now I
am well and atrong again, can eat
heartily, wltb no headache, heart trou
ble or tbe awful sickness of the oli
coffee daya. I drink all I wish of
Festum without any barm and enjoy It
"This aeema like a wonderful'.y
strong story, bnt I wonld refer yon
to tbe First National Bank, tbe Trust
Banking Co., or any merchant of
Grant's Paaa, Ore., In regard to my
standing, and I will send a sworn
statement of this If you wish. Ton ean
also use my name." Name given by
Peatum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. .
till tbere ar many wbo persistent
ly fool tnenMalrea by aaylng "Coffee
don't kilt fsM." A ten days' trial o
Pootaai m tta piaee Will tail tbe tntk
and many time save Ufa,
"Tbere'a a raaaon."
Look for rne little book, Th Bead
la Wfflvirio," m aneb pkg
WSil Mikni'nii Popolir?
Which of these factors is more x
ent ill Ihe progress of a woman's
aarch to favor? if a society for jwot-'
ral study were railed upon to vote ;
u this question. It doubtless would
ast Us ballot for brains. Brains make
be Individual a isiwer. but no amount
1 Kray matter will render a woman
sipular wltb her own sex or with her
nasculine critics if she bas no re i'd
or the dainty touches of her toilet?
Dre-s is not essential to the woman
1 character say some. It is the man
k-liiud the ifun who -oun!s. the bruin
toiler the bat, the heart ls-neatb the
(usage that makes friends and wins
x.puSarity. Yes, but wbo .-an x:Unny
lie fact that a brainy woman Is none
he li-ss brainy liec.-inse she wear a
1.1-oinlnt; hat. or the less magnetic
H-canse her Isslice Is well fltti-d? It
s the duty of every woman to Is- well
Ircsxed and tbe power to talk In cpl
;rams will not excuse a careless i-oif-'ure
or slice run down nt the heels.
Vor is It always wic Tir a woman's
vaist to be as broad as her view. A
vom.in is at her best when she is con
Hoiis of hsikiui: well, and a pretty
own often enhances a good argument.
A pretty own Is, moreover, con
luclve lo jjrai-lousness, nnd the ia
ious woman Is always popular. A
s ell t'owned woman Is pleased w ith
lorself and coneUeiitly s-'s only the
vtlei-tion of rose lined tints In the
'hits of her friends. She is joyous
hTM'lf and makes others feel glad. In
ler presence trouble Is at a discount
lint troubles are forgotten. But 11
ast year's foulard, which breathes of
bird times anil cries aloud of frets
md frowns, can never put Its wearer
It her ease, be she as wise us Min
irva. An unlxi-omins garment will
roiitant'y remind a woman of Its
reason to her charms. She will forget
lo smile, and all the attributes of a
ra'-lous woman will disappear in her
I -licet of disapproval. She overlooks
the fact that If you brin a smilinu
ris;ii;e to the nU you will meet a
I nile. Pi lends drop away nnd the
Mini of popularity will pi to her wcil
lressiil rival. Philadelphia Kvciiin
The Home Without a Hiliv.
The lioine without a baby. Oh. what a
Inline is that V
IViihoiit little lord or holy, to "licre
are you at :"
Lonl lilexs such regions lonely, with al
least Q bit of clici'l",
"ind a spark of glinlueKS only si-en when.
e'er a Inil.y's m-ar.
The lioine without n baby, what a sorry
home is Mn h?
Where nerves are ne'er kept ready for
"li.ily miiKiu't touih;"
Where smiles mnl frownx and kices
coine not like summer rain.
Where pan-ntul griefs mi l lilns met 1
no baby joys or ;ains.
The home without a baby. Oh, ti ll it not
Or Asi.flon. for Uitiylie heart vi-mo-1 t!i .1
Il-Ol 4 c. ..).... .1.. .,.. 1 ,
, ll 111 HH1 .,,11 tit,-, ll'l. I .
the desolation dre:-r.
tn homes where the preii-tiiler He'!s
without a bnhy near.
Oh. withered, wasted nm,-ei iibroad
throiiKliout the earth.
Where homes lire e'er a stran-er to baby
lore and mirth,
'Tis b sorry half of life to live, uinl a
dre'iry half to die
Without a biiby voice to five "(Jood-
Mnniiiuf." ami ";i'l live."
-Clsrke W. Bryan.
Unlucky charms! The Parisian luis
an ld that wlnu all els' falls flies-.-liiut
bring her got.d fortune, and s)
slie o,llec1n these curious little em
blems with an engernit itit often dis
played. A round talilil of (told 011
which the ruinlser 13 Is largely marked
sirves as one; a similar little 1 1 njue
has a large eye upon It, assuredly nu
e.-il eye; a peacock's tall featlnr in en
ainds; a little bunch of bright green
rlolsnis; a liny pair of cnssl kiiivr-M
usx tided fr tn a ring; a inliror charm,
cracked right aerosw tbe center a 1 1
Lli-e and many others are used worn
banging on a ring of gol-L By tiny
tuy sre caught In a chatelaine, In n
brooch, thrown In the comer of a hand
kerchief bag or purse; at night. If uoi
tecreted In the folds of a corisige. they'
will hang conspicuously In milndi's
joudolr. as If calling for the good luck
t bas hitherto been supposed it wss
belr mission to avert
Slnsae Remarks on Corseta,
7. E. Frotblnglll says tbat the mod
rrn woman wears heavy skirts, tbe
weight of which Is supimrted" by binds
around her waist that soft portion of
tbe body tbat Is protected by no b.dy
walls. How is it possible to wear
around this portion of tbe body bands
which support the weight of numer
ous and often heavy garments? Th;
answer Is, by means of the corse;.
Tbe garment forms a bridge conuec,
ing the Ann chest wall with the firm
pelvis. The use of the c rset Is t
transmit the pressure of the skirt
bands to tbe hips and th? rilm. ami
ao protect from their pressure the or
gans in tbe region of the waist. Th
conclusion Is, that so long as skirl
bands are fastened round the wabt
corsets should be worn. They stioul
be stiller than usually made If tliy n e
effectively to protect Ibe a ft, mlddl
portion of the liody from the pressure
of tbe waistband. Tbe front should be
quite atrnlgbt and tbe waist measure
ment should be at least as large as tbe
waarer'a waiet, meaaured over a alngle.
soft puruient. llie abuse of the article
coiw-iiv in employini; it as a means
of cotuprewiiig that which It was
UH-.iiit to pi ite-t fr in compressing.
namelv. the sft. middle portion of the
besiy. Fashion In corx-ts has of lata
made a motion In the right direction,
tu the siratcht, stiff front. Medical
Press a nd Circular.
Mrs. Thompson B. FersuMm, wife
of oklilioiiia's governor, is dean of
newspaper women In that Territory,
having Im-cii actively engaged In Jour
nalism for a number of years.
Mdlle. In- Flaudre. who has jut ob
taint d the degie,- of donfor of wience
from the faculty of sciences of Paris,
with honorable mention. Is the fourth
French woman who lias ever obtain d
Mis Kllen Terry, the popular ac
tress, has a pa -ion for country cot
tage. She owns 1. ne at Wlnchilsla,
Fiigiand; Vine cottage, Kingston Yah-,
seven mill from Ivoihlon, nnd another
nt Small Hythe, Kent, cue of the tlnet
exampli-s of homely Tudor architecture
Lady A binder, the mother of the gal
lant young soldier who carrinl on so
finely the great military traditions of
his family, was the first fair Ami-ri-can
wbo became a British pciTess.
Ibr marriage tis.k place forty yejirs
ago. her husband, a Crimean etcran,
having met Iht when taking part In
the Canadian campaign of Ijidy
Abinger bus hi come, to all. Intents and
purposes, nu Knglish woman. Slie be
I nits to the more tiionghtful and cul
tivatiil (" itlou of society and Is very
fond of country life ami country pur
suits. tlentt ti nn 1 Itenol v.
If used persistently enough salt will
cure nasal catarrh. A weak brine
sir uld be made' and snuffi-d up the
no-e, allowing if lo run down the
There is iioihiiu belter for the relief
of fired or weak eyes than to ha I he
them with a siiong solution of salt and
water applied as hot as It can be
To i ax- soft corns rub a little oil
of pejip' i mint over Hiein. A piece of
tissue paper placed between the foes
a. 'l renewed eveiy diiy will freiUf ntly
cue soft corn.
m.e of the most effective remedies
ki own for a si. k headache is to place
a pinch of salt on the tongue and nl
lotv p to dissolve slm ly. Inaliouf ten
m i ittrs it limy l-e follo.Mil by a drink
of W utcr.
A siuipi.- In me i.innly fr 11 hurt!
eotti 's a gljciiine poultice. Salurate
11 Sitili- litit or cotton wool with glycer
in! ; ni ply ') ti.e coi n, cover with a
hi; of oil silk and wrap In a bandage
over night. Itepiiit for several HUc-
ccsshe nights and the bulk of the corn
may be readily removed.
A good c Uipiexloli Is best pres-rved
not by lotions nnd powders hut by
li al.I ful exercise nnd etitlng. Kvitv
girl siiot'ld Itiive at least two hours'
ihysiial exercise In the open air each
day. If she be a hiistmsK woman and
Is cnn.'lned to Iht office during the day
let Iht walk to and from her plaef
of huli!fp. f-'lii' should walk with lu-t
shoitldcrs well back and steji briskly
on flic bull of her f'sil.
Chs-r U p.
There are three class of women
those who whine nil the time, thost
who are bnive when there's no trou
ble in the air nnd howling when there
Is, nnd those who are fine and s-plen-dd
all the time, filled to the Isrim
with dandy -ourag and ready to help
all the world if ln-ed be. To Oils class
Inloitg the human life preservers, the
mortal poultices, the living comforts
and solaces. Most of us are the sort
that fly Into the clouds over a hope
and dash down Into the dejithe at a
single fear. It la balance and lira Ins
hat most of us need. What's tbe
use of all one's line beliefs If Cuy
Jon't stand by one In the supreme mo
ment of need? Fair wee t Iht brav
ery Is the kind that will always rub
iff at the flrst (ouch of trouble. Now,
'o which of these thre classes will yon
bel ng? Come, be a good fellow, snd
'oln the brave of heart! You won't be
h ippy until you do. Chicago Kecord
I lira Id.
A Colnnv of W mrrt On It.
On a srnrtll lsl.md In the J reek srchl
;ie!Hgo there Is a colony which Is com
,Kewl entirely of women. It Is sort of
i re:i;d .uh order, which considers It a
l!HKi B-'e for one of lis members to even
oik ut a ninn. Ko whin a fisherman
'iiroiicln'S (lie Island tbe women pull
lu gray cowl of their conckt over
.li.-Ir bin Is and turn their backs. I'ro
ilxlons are never Imported, ss the wo
men raise their own products, being
tibt reparians. Only the matron,
h i Is iinnunlly elected bead of tb
olonjr. Is ever allowed lo leave tbe
inlai d. The others remain on tbe Isl
and nil tlielr lives, taking their turn at
tilling ihe soil, washing, housekeeping
Back acbes al'
tbe time. Spoils!
wearies the Ixaly
worries tbe uiiud
Kidneys cause lt
all and lioan's Kid
ney mils relieve I
a ... . I
elllU tUItT IU fcsnsnawV - M
U. B. McCarver r J
of 201 Cherry I
of freleht for tbel
Trsus - Continents'
Co.. says; "I used I
mis for backache I
and other symptoms of kidney trouble
which bad annoyed me for monUis. 1
think a cold was responsible for tb
whole trouble. It seamed to settle In
my kidneys. Doao's Kidney Pills root
ed It out It Is several months since I
used them, and up to date tbere baa
Iseen no recurrence of tbe trouble."
Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all
dealers. Price 50 cents per box. Fos
ter Milburn Co., Buffalo. N. T.
GOOD ENOL't'ri UJCATION
Sttanger "Si m to me tbiav
crowd d street is a queer place for n
Native "Well, I don't know.
To t'OlW ll'es meet here."
Looking for a Homo?
Then why not keep la view
the fact that tbe
farming land ot
sre snfllcV-of to rapport
n. . n .1 n itfm nil) nuwl
The lmmli;rlk.n lo Wesiero
Lsnada durios the pul in
veari bas beeo phraomeaaf
canny acre t ible . nd othw
UntU mmy be purcrmwd from
KitllwaT and Lnd Compo
Wen (era Cnada'i cram laoda
product mssrvrl) cror.wb(W
the trrarlnir Un3 contain aJl
Ute nutntn-e quatittr tor fmt
trning Caitde nod other stock.
Rurkttt. Rrhawla, Nasllwa
tnnitl sal tkir rdl t less
Baths IVMtera (a m s
drlrlil !( fortM Isuaia)
errkrr. Write to the BapcTtotendont
Immlfc,THnn, Ottawa, (or d
criptive Atlas, and other Infor
mation; or to the aathortaed
-w Toik tl'. rid..0Baaa. VK
A tnn (In not. clfti V(-Uf (IifiUth
I nayinc lioitoy so yu nt not prow
ri n us ny m'umv ihkiux oi firuo
-Ivan i'a' i".
5. HAAM AA HllsIIPl
FOR SALE .CHEAPO
Lar tnt ieed fciau grotriut th$ korUf
K:vant Vwk. Trf nrwton ywirta,
rom 4 to jowi bu-iiem ,sr acre,
FOR 10 CENTS
nA iMn not we w wrid yn lot of farm
-niift"i arid tt rMiettoju. UMiinf
aJla.ot Tniatnttt . Htix ArW
I Ann Ititrtr. .MaMmroiii w h-u. iirrmua,
Karli4it L'aue. etc twod tor name totiar
Put tp in Collapsible Tubes.
A 8ihtltnUi fnr anl Hapeiricrr to MmuH or aab
$ hr pi -Mar, and will art blinnr the m iA dmleata
-kio l'h t'in ! 11 idk curative ianlitiM of Ut'
ticla am nroixUrf ni It ntlll o tb looUUMa at
. nnd rtlvt. tim1Khli(l ftrlsTtfc.
rorfiiBin't tl a tn lwi n4 ajifeaat aslanei
-onntar-irriUtnt known, a io mm an aitaroaj mwseMlf tm
4aio In Lb chawt And nwincb ad sUl rhwaaiatia
iara!rtc and gouir wsii iHia
A trial will prftea tit ciaim 'nr It, an 4 It wttt W
toaiid to Isa iutaiuitbi i-t i ha b'Wi-e-koiH. Maaf ymtpH
ay "It in l ha l-nat of all rmir orai -ar- mot "
Prioa l&ranta. at all drunrnjlatn, or trtbvr dralara. ar ht
ejorfina ibm amount to oa lo pomif mUkUtv, a WVJ
ern ion at U bi mail
NoariicLambouid t ao- bj iiaDabHaaalawtW
amaoartiaaonr labal.aaothatwiM U la aot aanatga
17 Stte Street. Mew Verk Cltv.
In Cailfiimla a great, cij Is uoitig up
for h inos to harvest tbe big grain
and ffuit crop i b Is year.
Thomas 0. Trueb'ood, profewior of
oratory at the University of Mkbi
am. acc mptnlel Ihe MicblgKn de
biting te;nn to Minneapolis for the
I MebHte heteen Michigan and Minne
sota. Jan 14. fie gave a Shakespeare
1 cture recital at thu state normal
school at Cedur Fulls, Iowa, and on
the tetu'n trip, he lectured at Go
College Cedar Ripld, Iowa
It is esUnia'ed that there are 1,20
tunnels In the world of BJmetblng
like a ttsl of 600 ml lea.
Big Risko I
Leas of Tlma, Loaa of Maaaa
Lf" Plata. Lota of Camtal
all follow la I ha Iraia of sol ask
I St Jacobs Oil
esraras. Pitas ate. sa sW
I V n I
II r tf1 I
I W V Ilnnl. BCI
i jjapsicuiit Vaseline
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