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Jp Great Britain, $710,000 000, or two
thirds a.- much as the United States.
Stop Ratlin ay a1 pocket Hitching Pott* hitch solid
toMtiiiis • Hrry In pocket: Aaeuia warned. Stamp
for parti u ur*. Pocket Hitcher Co., Klmira. N. Y.
A fashionable tailor says that many
of his customers dwell in the land of
Cures a Cough or Cold at once.
jlll Conquers Croup, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis,
Cirippe and Consumption. Quick, sure results.
Dr. Hull’* Pills curs Constipation. 50pills 10c.
(JET ONE FREE.
M An Osborne Self binding Harvester,
^“^Uoaner. Mower. Make and IIarrow will
be given free to eueoeakful gueanere. Sendgo
stamp for Holitlclal Chart and tiumslng Card
and partirulark. ((outfit clota Sovembtr (tth.
«ddre»» Osborn* Co . Auburn, N. Y.
m Alias Cures Torus 15c; all Druggists.
■UU1 (If it fails -It is free.)
SEND NO MONEY
(Jut out ami return tbu ad. and
wa will yiul you this high
grade, high arm,* HO*ir«r
guaranteed Hew lug Machine
by freight. C. O. U., eubjaet to examl
isfa f .ry . Utl»e blguesl grade eew.
leg swtehlner eeid everywhere ef ••0.00
U» 4*0 00. pay (he freight ( I | OC
egenl l.ur Apt He! Offer 1‘rlre, $ 111 L O
and freight charge*. Ce» the reerblee
three Buefht ead If dUaetUftfd In aer way we will raters veer
mfvaey. Comes complete with qullter, screwdrivers, bob
|f __ 1 *n§. naedlee. gauge, oil can and tBBtrtiettoB booh, lleau
tiful solid oak 6-drawer, drop head cabinet, Has ©very
Improvement. Fastest runnier, beet working sewing
machine ever offered. BOhf Whhbfcim L BaKGAIN fc*MH
UKA HIV Off. "Sits fsr fr«e Hewing Harbins Catalogue. Addreee,
8EARS, ROEBUCK A CO.. CHICAGO.
Frederick J. Pearson, E. H., M.E.
Coosuitiog Electrics! snd Meciisnicsl Engineer.
Expert in the Designing and
Supervision of Installation of
Electric Dflfu and Power Plants
and Ulatcr Rlotics Systems.
PLANS SPECIFICATIONS ESTIMATES
12 Years Experience,
^ Charges Moderate.
^ Rend postal for booklet, “Reason* why you '
• ab< mid employ a Coukultins Knaineer."
P. O. Box 332. OMAHA. NEB.
The retfil worth of
our *ui.oo and
l«* tr.'i.lM). \v« tr»* tht
W'Wt mak^rt end retnfli r»
©f i i .Vqi d #o..V) tboet
iii tii« %rori<i. V«« u.ukt and
•<!l inert f l/X) and $ .'u
• than fli.y o her Ivro
Oiauufaeturcra ih Ut U. 8.
kWlij ilo you pay 84 to i
\$5 for shoe* w hen you
0Ycao buy W. L. 1> oug las j
shoes for $3 and I
Til K UK A SO V morn W. \t. I>nriKlaj» $3 and
PI eh'**! rtia sold than any oth* r malm fa Pecanse
Til i:y abi; i i11; ni:*T fob mUHl
THE Wade of the best lrm* rted and THE
American leathers. The w< rk*
manship is unexcelled. The style _
RPQT equal to f4 sod $3 shoes of DCQT
DLOI other makes. They fit like cus- DM I
t"i«3 made three. They will out
djO cn w**r two pairs of other makes at fill
SldidU tits same prices, that hare no rep. 4>d.UU
utauon. You can safely treom
p||i\f* mend them to your friends i they nifAP
SHflE. Incase arorybode that w. nrs them SHllF
Your deafer should keep them i wo firs one dealef
•xrlueive sals in each town.
T;ike no substMute! Insist on harinx W. L
Douglas shoes with name and price stamped «.n bottom.
If \ our dealer will not get them for you, send direct to
fai'.^e, enclosing prire and 23c extra for carna^a.
Bu»e kind of leather, size, and width, plain or can tost
Our shoe* wfll reach you anywhere. Catalogue Free,
W. L DOUGLAS SHOE CO., Brockton, Mass.
f ST. LOWS CAM BALL
Ijoavo Omaha 5:05 p. m.; arrive St
Louie 7:00 a. m.
WHERE ARE YOU GOING?
MW srrcui BAITS FAST 0* SOUTH.
Trains leave tTnion Station Daily for
Kansas City, Quincy, St. Louis and all
points Kant or South. Half Hates to
(Plus many southern points on
# Is* and iirtl Tuesday of Each month
k All information at City Ticket Offic®.
1115 Farnntn Street t Paxton Hotel
Blit.) or write
MARRY f. MOORfS.
City Passenger and Ticket Agent.
Iron bound creeds cannot hold ex
A re Too Ur.lng Allen'* Fo»t-fM*f
It in the only cure for Swollen,
Smarting, Burning, Sweating Feet,
Corns and Bunions. Ask for Allen s
Foot-Ease, a powder to be shaken Info
the shoes. At all Druggists and Shoe
Stores, 25c. Sample sent FREE. Ad
dress Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y.
No man has a right to do as he
pleases except when he pleases to do
Mr*. Win*lo*r‘* Soothing Syrup.
For children teetblii*. »nftrn« the gum*, reduce* In
0*iuuisU(iD,*!:»>• !»iu,cur»* wind colic. 2Sc*boUi*
Only an Idiot Indulges In violent ex
ercise when he needs rest.
Faded hair recover* It* youthful color and ioft*
ue»N hy the uae of Papkes'* H aib Hal.4a a
Uieoeboo***, Ui* brat cure for corua. IVta
Better make your calls short than
pose as a yawn maker.
RELIABLE SOLICITORS WANTED
at onre on Chautauqua Card*, Kiudergnmen
(lames. Standard and Holiday Hooks. Moat
llla'ral terms. Square treatment, t’.'sj stamp*
brlngwHoliday Outfit by return mall. I ’nrt Fear
born l*i,b. Co., 115 Dearborn St., Chicago. 111.
Many a so-called absent minded man
remembers the poor.
A dyspeptic In never on good terms with him
seif Somet hing U always w rong. Get it right
by chewing Denman's Fepstn Gum.
The hoop skirt panic has struck us
Thirty minutes is all the time re
quired to dye with PUTNAM FADE
Never Judge a man by his shadow.
Many a straight shadow is made by
a crooked man.
For Competition with Connecticut.
A German chemist has analyzed the
artificial nutmegs that are made in
Belgium in large quantities They in
clo various vegetables and 20 per cent
of mineral substances.
There I* a ( lata of I>„p|«
Who are Injured by the use of coffee.
Recently there lias been placed in all
the grocery stores a nowpreparation
called GRAIN-O, made of pure grains,
that takes the place of coffee. The most
delicate stomach receives It without
distress, and but few can tell It from
coffee. It does not cost, over one-fourth
as much. Children mey drink it with
great benefit. 15 '•ents and 25 rente
per package. Try It. Ask for GRAIN-O.
A man usually shows when lie has
been drinking by trying not to show
HO! FOR OKLAHOMA!
£.000. ») acre* r«*w 'mid* ot>en to a t foment.
BuIjm rlbc for THK klOH A CIHKh . devoid to infor*
lit Hi Ion about cot■** land**. One >«ar. $1.00. sinpie
ropy. 10o. 8tiburr!»**r> rocc 1 w five illustrated I**'*
<>n «'klabntna klorgao** Munoal (210 page Pettier**
< tlid»*i wlrb floe tic-it a: mfl|», $:.<o. MftpS5r. All
alw uMI.'.j. Adircv* Jilck i Morgan, I'crry.O. T.
Some men rise because of their
gravity and some sing because of their
A new colony to fumUh hnn<** to thouaanda of
people, to local* In OklalMilUd J crrliory.l* jiow being
organized by the founder* oi the GeorgiaColony, Mr.
V. Ji. Fitzgerald of ladlanapoiu. Indiana. 1h hacking
It. Information tent free. rhowlng bo* to get good
home*. Go-d fanners warned.
Too many culinary assistants are
sure to impair the flavor of the con
What Shall We
Have for Dessert?
This question arises in the family
every day. Let us answer it to-day. Try
a delicious and healthful dessert. Pre
pared in two minutes. No boiling! no
baking! add boiling water and set to
cool. Flavors:—Lemon, Orange, Rasp
berry and Strawberry. Get a package
at your grocers today, io cts.
Keeps both rlJer and ssJJ'e per
fi ctly dry In tin hsrjest storms.
Substitutes will tKappotnt Ask lor
1807 Fish FranJ Fommel Slicker—
it It entirely new. It not for sale la
your town, write for catalogue to
A J. TOW Ik ton. Mass,
well laundered la a thing
of beauty. hut you cannot
•lo goal laundry w ork with
la prepared rtprrtallr for
u*» in the Home and io en
able the howae keeper to get
up the llitea equally a* well
W the heat oleant la undr lea.
Try * package AH govern
Mil II al l«v.
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'’When I was in Maine a week or
two ago,” said a commercial traveler,
"I had occasion to visit a town near
Bangor, and one morning, having an
idle hour, I, for the rake of killing
time, strolled Into the country court
room, where 1 witnessed an amusing
scene. The trial Justice, a big, pomp
ous official, with a voice like a trom
bone, took it upon himself to examine
a witness, a little withered old man,
whose face was as red and wrinkled
as a herring.
'* ‘What is your name?' asked the
" 'Why, sqtt ire,’ said the astonished
witness, 'you know iny name as well a<
I know your'n.’
" ’Never you mind what I know or
what 1 don't know,’ was the caution
givej|, with magisterial severity. '1
ask the question in my official capa
city, and you're hound to answer it
"With a contemptuous snort the wit
ness gave his name and the question
’’ ’Where do you live?’
“‘Wal, I swum!' ejaculated the old
man, ‘Why,’ ho continued, appealing
to the laughing listeners. 'I’ve lived
In this town all my life, anil bo’s he,’
pointing to the justice, ‘an’, begosh,
to hear him go on you’d think
" Silence!' thundered the irate mag
Istrate. 'Answer iny question or I II
tine you for contempt of court.’
“Alarmed by the threat the witness
named his place of residence and the
examination went on.
"‘What is your occupation?'
“‘What do you do for a living?’
“‘Oh, git out, squire! Just as if
you don't know that I tend gardens in
the summer season and saw wood win
“As a private citizen I know it, but
as the court I am not supposed to
know anything about you,' explained
the perspiring Justice.
“ ‘Wal, squire,’ remarked the puz
zled witness, ‘If you know somethin’
outside the courtroom and don’t know
nothin’ in it you’d better get out an’
let Homebody try thin ease that's got
“The advice may have been good,
but it cost the witness $10. Wash
Wouldn’t Ht in I (>«u s(l/mliic:,
Mrs. De Kanter- You aaid you were
going to be detained at your office all
evening, but you weren't there. Now,
where were you?
Mr. De Kanter—My dear, there's no
sense In your ceding excited. It
Mrs. Do Kanter—Why don't you an
swer my question?
Mr. De Kanter .V'y dear. I could
answer your question if I was sure you
wouldn’t question m> answer.— Phila
Unde Kben's lUvIer.
"Sometimes,'' said I’nrle Kben, ‘de
wust revenge yoh kin take on de man
dat thinks he knows it all is to take
Mm at his word an' Jos' lef Mm alone
to git mixed up In all de responsibil
ities he kin grab."—Washington Star.
They were talking of Pittsburg's
census statistics at the breakfast table.
"Mamma," said Sammy Snaggs/'who
is it that takes the census?”
"Why,the censor, of course, Sammy.”
replied Mrs. Snaggs, without a mo
ment's hesitation.—Pittsburg Chroni
"Didn't you tell me .llbberson was
figuring prominently in politics?”
"Well, he is. Ho is away up. He
is writing political bets on the black
board of a pool-room and uses a lad
der ten feet high."—Indianapolis
IntllM mid (iuiita.
• Big Patsy Car's me gen leman frien’,”
Said saucy Hose McMcnomy;
Whereat her rival. Sallle 'ilenn,
Itrcame her ' lady enemy.”
SHE WANTS TO KNOW.
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Turn N Jerry -What U be Mtmu
eortotw (kill f<m mt bum in the
ihtn H Mr »lfe
H»» » N»le < * ||
* ll«* *J » imp U< >u«tr k « ueigh'
buy MU. kk.»>’ S„t i| all < , . *
k»f‘»l VI by, »ii« burn ned <**r
U>k b«tt H**r k»4 « *<rlr Uet
• mI. **Mt «tt«« | went phi | •■•rl«r
t« Mb her »■» M»4 m* |« tu |.t; »« iht
foltl »be •-» 4 the 4t<|| t bar* II lt»
•i>*r*. h t» . i lh*« mm:! • I’MUiht
Tli«> Iti'Hl Tiling.
With (he aid of a powerful micro
scope we regarded the ptomaine In
the tci cream steadfastly. “You are
extremely ugly!1’ we observed. “Of
course'" replied the ptomaine. “Did
you ever sec a genuine lady killer that
wasn't more or less ugly?" To be
perfectly candid but why speak o(
this?- Detroit Journal.
REFUSED TO BE FOILED.
Gladys Kanbec (queen of opera)
The jewels 1 reported stolen have been
found They were merely mislaid.
Hemlock Holmes (king of detectives)
—I’m very sorry, madam, but one of
the five men 1 arrested has Just con
fessed to taking the jewels
New Century I’uz.sle.
When a man with warm blood In
his veins becomes a father he takes
delight in the mischief of his off
spring. even though he he called upon
to discipline them under the scriptu
ral recipe that spares not the rod. This
one Is from a staid exemplar of good
morals and good citizenship in De
troit, and a man whose check is al
ways i ashed without the formality of
looking up his account.
’’The little rascal is only 4,” he
chuckled, "built like a prize fighter,
too; but he lias one of these three
story heads and an Imagination that
just g* ts to going and puts him in a
world of his own.
"Wc took him along on an outing
of six weeks thin summer and that lit
tle shaver reported more railroad
wreck and more disasters by water
than have actually occurred In the
last ten years. He'd come running to
1 me, all excitement, and turn pale while
1 lie was relating Hose awful calamities,
j The sound of a locomotive whistle or
the sight of another boat was enough
to set him going and It did not take
three minutes to kill off a few score
of his fellow-beings.
"I concluded that I should check
this inclination. This conviction
seized me Just as we had settled down
in a quiet little resort whero a chicken
was the most ferocious thing In sight.
The first (lay in the forenoon he came
rushing in, out of breath but full of
“ ‘Papa,’ he shouted ‘ a wattlesnako
chased me for twenty miles.'
Here was an opportunity for the
first lesson. 1 told him that there
were no rattlesnakes anywhere near us
and impressed upon him the wicked
ness of lying. When 1 saw tears In
his eyes 1 flattered myself upon the im
pression I had made. 1 felt prouder
still when he squared his little should
< rs and looked to me as 1 thought
Washington looked In the cherry-tree
■' 'Now, floors'*.' I asked, sternly,
i did a rattlesnake chase you?’
“'No. papa; It was n gwlsly hear.’”
Detroit Free Frees.
A iMml I.if#* In ItuMton.
"Did you hear about Greekroot?
They cluiiii he is loading a double
'Sacred codfish! What proof have
Me was overheard talking In hl£
And h< made two griininiatiral er
rors!"—Cleveland Plain Dealer.
My what right," thundered the mm
puttee of congress, ilu you presume to
Our charter,'* replied the Standard
(til ompany, ‘‘permits ua to make all
kinds of lubricant! and money |a the
In' leant commonly used for political
rhe committee si* profoundly lm<
pr- d by this subtlety t‘uck.
We are Just holding a love feast,**
said young Mr l.ma- r. audaciously to
tli t rlsple when that father of in
* •gut daughter puts hi* head In th#
parlor doorway at 11 35 p m
*' 1 thought it must he a protracted
heeling said the old genii-man as
- • Harper** It
she h t shins Ml***.
tow.-on U your daughter a Mulshed
Ysrhrwls Not yet hut th* neigh
t**#s at* miking threat* lisllmor*
• * Wm fi«m i t»t*%
The Jste- *»*U» to ha*e scad* »o-us
* *iNfst r herpes •
Ye« | paid MM tor that datswm*
teapot t .veined flam Iteelar
Learning hath gained most by those
books by which the printers have lost.
lies! for tlie Howe!*
No matter what nils you, headache
to a cancer, you will never get well
until your bowels are put right.
CASCARETS help nature, cure you ]
without a gripe or pain, produce easy
natural movements, cost you Just 10
cents to start getting your health back.
CASCARETS Candy Cathartic, the
genuine, put up in metal boxes, every
tablet has C. C. C. stamped on It. Be
ware of Imitations.
The entire product of nardw’are is
valued at $3,020,000,000.
Conscience For bad*.
A firm of cocoa manufacturers cf
Birmingham, England, have just de
clined to hid for a contract of thirty
tons of cocoa for the British troops in
South Africa. This action was taken
ftom religious motives, the members
of the firm being Friends, who do not
He that falls into sin is a man; that
grieves ns It may he a saltu; that
boasts of It is a devil.
Speculation sometimes empties a
man’s pockets and fills his fiat with
On the line of the Chicago Great West
ern Railway in Illinois, Iowa, Minne
sota and Missouri. First-class open
ings in growing towns for ail kinds of
business and for manufacturing. Our
list Includes locations for blacksmiths,
doctors, dressmakers, furniture, gram
and live stock buyers, general mer
chandise, hardware, harness, tailors,
cold storage, creameries and canning
factories. Write fully in regard to
your requirements so that we may ad
vise you Intelligently. Addross W. J.
Reed, Industrial Agent, C. O. W. Ry.,
601 Endleott building, yt. Paul, Minn
Good manners will tend to make
Women clean the streets of Cannes,
the cleanest town in the world.
HELP FOR WOMEN
WHO ARE ALWAYS TIRED.
“ I do not feel very well, I am so
tired all the time. I do not know what
is the matter with me."
You hear these words every day; aa
often aa you meet your friends just eo
often are these words repeated. More
than likely you speak the same signifi
cant words yourself, and no doubt you
do feel far from well most of the time.
Mrs. Ella Riee, of Chelsea, Wia.,
whose portrait we publish, writes that
“ ' ' with bear
and hodallkindsof miserable feeling*,
all of which was caused by falling and
inflammation of the womb, and after
doctoring with physicians and numer
ous medicines bhu was entirely cured by
Mu*. I'i.i.a Rich
Lydia E. Pinkham’a Vegetable Con*
If yon are troubled with palps,
fainting spells, depression of spirits,
reluctance to go anywhere, headache,
backache, and always tired, please re
member that there is an almolnte
remedy which will relieve you of your
suffering as it did Mrs. iiice. Proof
is monumental that Lydia E. Piak
hum's Vegetable Compound is the
greatest medicine for suffering women.
No other medicine has made the cures
that it has, and no other woman has
helped so many women by direct advies
as has Mrs. Pinkham ; her experiencs
is greater than that of any living per
son. If you are sick, write and get
her advice; her address is Lynn, Msss
~7 -i .. ' Tl
AYcgctable Preparntionfor As
simila l ing the Food and Reg ula -
img die Stomachs and Dowels cf
ness and Rest .Contains neither
Opium,Morphine nor Mineral.
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A perfect Remedy forConslipn
lion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness and Loss of SLEEP.
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All the Year ’Round
You can eat
without tiring of it. Made in
Iowa of choicest Iowa wheat
by a patent process, rendering
it easily digestible, nutritious, strengthening.
Nature’s Own Breakfast Food
for all the family all the time. Kasy to prepare—
easy to eat.
Cou|K>n4 in each package. Save them anti get
valuable premiums free.
2 lb. package 15c. Two for 25c.
Sold by Up-to-Date (irocer5.
B BBEUBnP,M% *T WHOLESALE PRICES!
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