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RAISED FROM SICK OED.
After All Hope Had Vanished.
Mrs. J. H. Ucnnctt, 59 Fountain fjt..
Gardiner, Me., says: "My bnekused
to troublo mo so ho
vurely that at last I
lind to give up. I
took to my bod and
stayed thcio four
months, suffering Intense-
hcaducho and In
flammation of tho
bladder. T houg h
without hope, I be
gan usluir Doan's
Kidney Pills, nnd In three months wna
completely cured. The troublo has
Sold by all dealers. HO cents a box.
Fobter-Mllburn Co., Huffulo, N. Y.
He You are getting on fine.
She Am I swimming gracefully?
He Urn yes. All except your face.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contain Alcrcury,
i mercury mil Btiroly ilwtroy Iho iw-n-c of smell
rtml completely tlermiKc I lie whole n)tcm when
cnUTIiis It tliraiiKti the miiruui itiirtnn-s. Much
article ftlmtilil tK-cr Iw u-ml except i)n prrcrli
llotm Inun reputable pli Jlrlun-, .-, the Uttmiutt- the)
ttllt di Li Ion Toll! la the kckxI yim ran ;xMlt)ly tie
rive (mm them. Hull- CnUrrh furr-. nunuf.u turret
liy I' J Cheney .fc fit . Toledo. O nmtnlin no mer
tury. ami ii taken Internally, ncllmr. directly upon
the lilwxl nml miieom mirfaes n( the n) stern. In
Uii iriLt Hull's Catarrh Cure tie mire jnu Kit tin
Kenulne. It Li taken Internally and nnde In Toledo,
Ohio, liy r. .1 (Tii-ney fc Co. TcithnonltUi free.
fiold i)V IiruiiElitM. Price. 75e. tier Dottle.
'lake Hall's l'umlly Tills for constipation.
Handsome Percy Hasbrooke, tho
young chauffeur, diew tho girl moro
closely to him.
"All tho world loves a lover, dear
est," ho whispered.
Hut Lotta (iolde'8 red lip curled
"You haven't interviewed papa yet,
Percy," she warned him.
With an ominous moaning sound tho
great car sped on.
Free The New Cook's Book.
Write tho Jaques Manufacturing
Company. Chicago, today and get
their beautiful cook's book, edited by
Mrs. Hill. It will bo sent absolutely
free to any lady reader of this paper.
Soo K. C. Halting Powder ad. In an
other part of this paper.
Life's Most Important Factor.
I havo como to see that cleverness,
success, attainment, count for little;
that goodness, or character, Is tho Im
portant factor In life. Romanes.
Lewis' .Single Hinder Cigar has a rich
tntitc. Your dealer or Lewis' Factory,
It's easy for a man to get In tho
swift class if he's on tho down grado.
Tlio back is tho mainspring of
woman's organism. It quickly calls
attention to troublo by aching. It
tells, "with other symptoms, such as
nervousness, headache, pains in tho
loins, weight in tho lower part of
the body, that a woman's feminino
organism needs immediatoattention.
In such cases tho ono sura remedy
which speedily removes tho causo,
nnd restores tho feminino organism
to a healthy, normal condition is
Mrs. Will Young, of 0 Columbia
Ave., Rockland, Me., says :
" I was troubled for along time with
dreadful backnehes and a pain in my
Bide, and was miserable- in every way.
I doctored until I was discouraged and
thought I would never get well. I rend
what Lydia L. Pinlchiun'a Vegetable
Compound had dono for others nnd
decided to try it nf tor taking three
bottles I can truly say that I never felt
bo well in my life."
Mrs. Augustus Lyon, of East Earl,
Pa., writes to Mrs. Pinkham :
"I had very sovcro backaches, nnd
pressing-down pains. I could not sleep,
and had no appetite. Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegctablo Compound cured rna
and made mo feel like a new woman."
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, mtido
from roots and horns, has been tho
standard remedy for female ills,
and has positively cured thousands of
womon who havo been troubled with
displacements, inflammation, ulcera
tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities,
periodic pains, backache, that bear-ing-down
feeling, flatulency, indiges
tion,dizziness,or nervous prostration.
I WW MK$ics
j & tiffi fli f f ijn i
Hk .lFluff 'aaaalaHflaW
MR, BRYAN'S PAPER
A REPUBLICAN ANSWER TO MR.
In n speech delivered at Wilkes
barre, Pa., September 10, Congress
man James S. Sherman, the Republic
an nominee for vico-presldont, mild
that if Mr. Hryan's party was better
than ho then ho pitied Mr. Hryan and
that If tho party was not better than
Mr. Hryan no ono could honestly sup
port It. Then Mr. Sherman asked:
"What act of tho Republican party
has brought harm, has brought dis
tress or disaster to our peop ? Our
party has been commissioned by the
people, almost without Interruption,
for hnlf a century, to admlnli pi- the
affairs of government. Is there In that
record of faithful discharge of duty
ought to excite fear, to mouse oppro
henslon? In brief, what Is that record
of accomplishments under our party's
Let tho Springfield (Mass.) Repub
lican, a paper that Is supporting Tnfl
and Sherman, answer Mr. Sherman's
In its Issue of Thursday, June 25,
after the Taft and She: man ticket had
been placed In tho field, tho Spring
field ltepublican printed nn editorial
from which the following Is taken:
"To supposo that Mr. Shermnn's
nomination will ninko tho Umpire
Btnte, or the east generally, tho Bafer
for the Republican ticket is a curious
idea. Tho Illinois dolcjvilion wus
swung to tho Now Yoikcr by Speaker
Cannon, ono of whoso lieutenants in
congress Mr. Sherman has been for u
number of years und whose presiden
tial candidacy Mr. Sherman had fa
vored bo long as New Yoik stato had
remained uncommitted to another. It
(Mr. Sherman's nomination) is politi
cally damned by Mr. Sherman's record
as a solicitor of campaign funds. As
chairman of the Republican campaign
committee- in 190G, Mr. Sherman was a
collector of money for use In tho full
elections. To illustrate the extent of
his nctlvltles In that position, it is
sufficient to quote from tho corre
spondence mado public by President
Roosevelt n year ago last April, In an
swer to the celebrated letter Mr. Hur
rlman had written to Sidney Webster.
In tho letter of October G, 190G, which
tho presldpnt wrote to Mr. Sherman,
occurs this passage:
"' ... As I am entirely willing
that you should show this letter to U.
11. Harrlmnn, I shnll begin by repeat
Jng what you told mo he said to you
on tho occasion last week when you
went to nsk him for a contribution to
tho cnmpalgn fund.'
"If Mr. Sherman ever did anything
In public llfo to attract national atten
tion, prior to JiIb nomination to the
vice-presidency, It was his appeal to
Harrlmnn for campaign funds In 1900,
as revealed by tho president's letter.
Harrlmnn at that tlmo had not be
come so notorious and so obnoxious
to tho American people as he became
somowhat later, yet his business char
acter and political standing were as
well understood In tho nutumn of 190G
by Republicans liko Mr. Shermnn as
thoy are toduy. Taken In connection
with tho campaign fund publicity Is
sue, tho Sherman nomination seems to
bo as audacious wo will not say In
solent a performance as the Repub
lican party in these later years
of its history has been guilty of. Tho
party was primarily responsible for
tho falluro of congress at tho last sob
sion to enact a publicity law; the
party convention this week has de
feated a publicity plank by 880 to 91;
and Its record now culminates in the
nomination for tho vice-presidency of
a man who less than two years ar;o
wont, hat in hand, to Hnrrlmuu's of
fice begging for that sinister creature's
money to help elect Republican con
gressmen!" THE BIG GAIN IN MAINE.
Referring to tho Maine election a
Portland dispatch carried by tho As
sociated Press said:
"Tho feature of tho election was tho
increaso In tho Democratic vote
throughout tho stato. Every ono of
tho four congressional districts
showed gains, tho Increase over 1904
being 15,000 votes, and -1,000 over
In tho state of Arkansas tho Demo
cratic stato ticket was elected by n
majority which tho Associated Press
says "may exceed that received by
Gov. John S. Llttlo two years ago,
moro than G5.000."
Certainly tho friends of Mr. Taft
must whlstlo vigorously if they aro
to keep up their courago In tho light
of returns from Mnlno and Arkansas.
Tho Philadelphia Ledger unwitting
ly Invited Its readers to write and tell
how thoy wore going to vote, and so
many Republicans aro writing In to
toll how gladly thoy will vote for Hry
an this tlmo that tho Ledger will eith
er havo to withdraw Its invltntlon or
set its editorial in solid nonpareil.
Tho administration definition of
"pomlcious activity" seems to bo "ta
king sides In a factional fight within
Up to dato tho manufacturers who
promlso to open up If Taft Is elected
havo failed to toll us why thoy closed
Tho formation of a rolling chair
truBt Is reported. The trusta put tho
rollers under the peoplo quite a while
DEMOCRATIC TEXT BOOK.
John Snylos in tho Huffnlo (N. Y )
The Democratic campaign text book
It Is a classic worthy of our splen
did leaders nnd ilgliteous cause.
Looking nt it fiom nn external point
of view tho book is as handy ns ono
could wish, It Is Just the light size
to carry In the pocket.
Tho text is clear, good print. Its
type emphasizes tho vital points and
the general leading matter Is easy for
The arrangement of the material Is
a work of skill. Tho Buhjects are log
lcnlly placed and each topic receives
The Issues of this cnnipnlgn belong
peculiarly to the year 190S. To be
up to date the campaign spenker must
know this book by heart.
Publicity of campaign funds Is n
topic the people aro Interested In, and
this little led handbook linn the sub
ject In a nutshell. The guarantee of
bank deposits Is a subject vciy much
alive. The compilers of the text book
anticipated this fact and made ample
provision for It. The election of I'nlted
States senators by the people nc
cowls with the popular deshe for a
larger rule by the people. '1 he book
Is eloquent on the subject.
The trusts come In for their pioper
consideration. Tho trusts have the
peoplo by the throat, and what with
high prices and thounands of people
out of woik they will get roundly
scored before election, nnd If Hryan
Is Inaugurated next March certain
criminals will ornament prison cells.
The book tells Its own story on the
subject In graphic fashion.
Tin Iff lobbery iccelves clear expe
dition In tho book. All the buncombe
about the benefits accruing fiom a
system of taxation which makes the
rich lienor anil the poor poorer re
ceives tho drubbing it deserves.
Republican extravagance In spend
ing the people's money to support nn
nrmy of a hundred thousand extra of
Ucehohleis appointed by tho Roosevelt
ndmlnlstiatlons Is held before the lend
ers until ho feels tho wickedness of
wholesale Republican robbery as never
In fine, the Democratic cnmpalgn
text book is lib full of facts as an egg
Is of meat.
Every Democrat should own a copy.
This Is to bo a campaign of issues, nut
personalities. The presidential can
vass, therefore, will bo chiefly n dis
cussion of public measures.
Send your silver quarter to "Text
Hook" department, Democratic na
tional committee, Auditorium Annex,
Chicago, 111., und procuro this book.
Snturate yourself with It. Then go
for tho Republicans and correct their
IN A NUTSHELL.
Shnll we tax largo Incomes In Amer
ica, as Is dono by progressive repub
lics of Switzerland nnd France, also
In Germany and England?
The Democratic platform savs yes.
THE REPUBLICAN PLATFORM
Shall wo elect United States sena
tors by a direct vote, thus ranking it
dllllcult, if not impossible, for million
aires to control tho nntion through the
Tho Democratic platform savs yes.
THE R1-VUUL1CAN PLATFORM
Shall wo tako the duty off trust con
trolled articles with arbitrary prices
fixed upon tho customer without re
gard to laws of supply and demand,
all competition having thus been throt
tled? The Democratic platform savs yes.
THE REPUBLICAN PLATFORM
Shall a reasonable tax bo pnld by
banks to create n guarantee fund to
protect depositors, thus preventing
runs on banks and money panics nnd
thereby bringing into circulation
The Democratic platform savs yee.
THE REPUBLICAN PLATFORM
The scandalous and dangerous cor
ruption by tho ubq of enormous cam
paign funds points to tho decay of a
free government. Shall wo know bo
foro election, through publicity,
whenco nnd from whom camo theso
The Democratic pint form savs yes.
THE REPUBLICAN PLATFORM
Shall wo havo billion dollar ser-Blons
of congress and a vnst array of office
holders dictating presidential nomi
nations? The Demociatlc platform condemns.
Republican platform necessarily si
lent. SPEAKER CANNON'S OPINION.
An extract from a letter written by
Spenker Cannon to Col. John N. Tay
lor of tho Knowlcs, Taylor & Knowles
Pottery Company, nt East Liverpool,
O,, was published In tho Washington
Post on April 5, ns follows:
"I nm satisfied thcio will bo no tar
iff revision this congress, but It
goes without Baying that tho desiro
for a change which exists In the com
mon mind will drlvo tho Republican
party, If continued in power, to a
tariff revision. I do not want It, but
It will como In tho not distant
When revision comes, It will bo llko
tho DIngley bill for tho trusts nnd
not for the consumers.
Good morning, havo you contributed
your mite to tho Democratic campaign
Prosperity talks Into nn empty din
ner pall ring hollow to tho curs of
the out-of-work workingnjaaj
A choice collection Of 80 recipes, with the latest baking helps and
a fund of valuable information, edited by Mrs. Janet McKenzie Hill, of
The Boston Cooking School, the noted authority on Domestic Science.
Elegantly illustrated and printed on finest plate paper.
This artistic book absolutely free
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If you have never tried K C Baking1 Powder, this is the time to buy
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K C Baking Powder will please you better than any other or you get
your money back.
Guaranteed pure, wholesome, and the most perfect in action. Com-1
plies with all Pure Food Laws. No "Trust" prices.
NOT DOLLARS, BUT EGGS.
First Thespian When I wna play
ing in Kansas City nnd getting my
200 a night
Second Ditto Hold on, there,
Monty; mnko thnt five!
First Thespian No, Jack; upon my
honor 200 a night regular. Eggs aro
8KIN TROUBLES CURED.
First Had Itching Rash Threatened
Later With Blood-Poison In Leg
Relied on Cutlcura Remedies.
"About twelvo or fifteen years ago
t had a brcaklngout, and It itched,
nnd stung so badly that I could not
havo any pcaco becanso of it. Threo
doctors did not holp mo. Then I used
somo Cutlcura Soap, Cuticura Oint
ment, and Cuticura Resolvent and
began to got better right away. Thoy
cured mo and I havo not boon botherod
with tho itching since, to amount to
anything. About two years ago I
had la grippe and pneumonia which
left mo with a pain in my side. Treat
ment rnn it into my leg, which then
swelled nnd began to break out. Tho
doctor was afraid It would turn to
blood-poison. I used his mcdiclno
but It did no good, then I used tho
Cuticura Remedies threo times nnd
cured tho breaklng-out on my log. J. P.
Hennen, Milan, Mo., May 13, 1907,"
Satan had Just ordered moro coal
thrown on tho fire.
"By Tumlnous!" ho cussed, "but
thnt last arrival Is a tough proposition.
Tho moro I try to roast him tho moro
Ho called tho chief stoker.
"Well, what luck?" asked Satan.
Tho stoker shook his head.
"Ho'b still Bmillng," ho anBWorcd.
"Where's ho from?" cried old Nick,
out of patience.
"Now York. Ho used to bo a base
ball umplro In "
"Sulphurous serpents! Why didn't
you say bo hoforo? Tnko him down;
wo can't fcaso him." -Bohomian Mag
azlnc. Important to Mothers.
Examlno carefully evory bottlo of
CASTORIA a 8afo and auro remedy for
infanta and children, aud soo that It
In Ubo For Over JIO Yearo.
Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought
Ma Twaddles Well, horo'B a "Na
polcon of Wall street," who is well
Pa Twaddles How's that?
Ma Twaddles Ho's spending hla
Inst days on tho Island. Cleveland
OftlX IMAia NAAita ftkatfftifB mm A !! aaIhm (Lata. MMM
Calar mnra nnnit nrlnhfar and fatlar rnlnra thin ant
fij gtrawf without riwins apart. Writ lr (reo booUot-How to Dje. Blotch
To get the Cook's Book "
Secure the coupon from n 25-ccnt can of K C
Baking Powder. Cut tliis out, write name
und address nnd mail with coupon to Jaques
Manufacturing Co., Chicago. Dept. 69.
CALLED FOR SOME PUNISHMENT.
Prisoner Altogether Too Deliberate for
Life In Arizona.
Arizona Judgo (to defendnnt in nn
nssault-and-batteiy case) You say
the complnlnnnt called you a liar and
horse thief at least a dozen times be
fore you knocked him down, eh?
Defendant Yes, lr.
Judgo Ho said you were a coward
Defendant Ho did.
Judge All right. I'll let you off on
tho nssnult charge; but don't bo In a
hurry, mister I reckon I'll hnvo to
flno you Jest about $50 for not knock
ing him down sooner! Tho sheriff
will tnko you In tow nnd boo that you
cough up tho dust beforo you pass
out. Illustrated Sundny Magazine
Sheer wnlto goods, In ract, nny flno
wash goodB when new, owo much of
their attractivoncsB to tho way they
aro laundered, this being dono In a
manner to enhance their tcxtilo beau
ty. Homo laundering would bo equal
ly satisfactory If proper attention was
given to starching, tho first essentlul
being good Starch, which has sufficient
Btrcngth to stiffen, without thickening
tho goods. Try Defiance Starch and
you will bo pleasantly surprised at the
Improved apuonranco of your work.
Nameless, But All Right.
"What play did you see?" asked tho
amlablo mistress of her maid, who had
been taken by her best young man to
tho thenter tho evening before.
"They didn't tell tl,o nnmo of It,"
returned tho maid. "It said on the
outsldo of the theater that It was
'As You Llko It,' and I did llko it,
but I don't know tho namo." Now
This is the name of the Rrratcst of nil
remedies for Dittemper, Pink Kye, Heaven,
and tho like nmoiiK nil nup-4 of horse. Sold
by DriipKixtB, Iluriiew Makcrn, or Fend to
the manufacturem. $.50 and $1.00 a bottle.
Agents wanted. Send for frco book. Fpolin
Medical Co., Spec. ConUgioui Dise.iKU,
What has becomo of tho old-fashioned
young mun whom tho girls tiBOd
to say waB "too slow to catch a cold?"
WR SUM, OUNS AM) THAI'S CHI3AI'
A. buy Furs & Hides. Write for catalog 105
N. W. Hide & Pur Co., Minneapolis, Minn,
It makes a protty girl hopping mod
If a young man declines to dnuco at
tendance upon hor.
Lewis' Single Hinder straight 5c. You
pay 10c for clears not ho good. Your deal
er or Lewis' Factory, Peoria, 111.
Obodlonco Is bettor than sacrifice.
FAKMS FOR TtKNT or ealo on crop pay
ments. J. MULIIALL, Sioux City, Li.
Whether liro shall bo desert depends
on tho springs In your heart
WIDOWS' ""''or NEW LAWobtalnod
VBVMlT2Yrfk-7i2 by JOHN W. MORRI8,
W. N. U LINCOLN, NO. 41, 1908.
lllliai Am flaa Ifta aaaLaaa satau all Iku VL -.-- aa.a a a. a
olhar dm. Onn inn nar.ki
---" najaaw W
IIo that will not icason Is a bigot;
ho that cannot reason Is n fool; nnd
, ho that dares not reason Is a slavo.-
. Henry Drummond.
' Mm. Wlnalnw'n NootlilnR Mjrrtin.
Knr I'tilldrrii tcctbltin, toftuni llio Kiim, mliiroi In
rUrnmntlon, allaj puln, turcn wind collu. ssc Untie.
Sclf-rcnllzatlon comes through serv
ice for social redemption.
Vno Allrti'fi Foot-Kiisn
rnrc&lrrl.iiililf!ir.ikwt.!iflnir r.i. ?-. 'ivi.il .iiiVii
free A.a.Oluiktcil.lAillny.N. Y,
All'n to bo fenred where all's to ba
, gained. Byron.
Positively cured by
thcao Little Pills.
The v also rcllevn Din.
tUgPHtlonnndTooIIearttf Katlntf. A ierfct rem
edy lor Dizziness, Nau
Hen, DrowHlne-n, Unit
Tnwte In tlieMouth, Coat
ed Tunitur, Pnln In tho
Hldo. TOHPID LIVEIt.
They regulate tlio ltowela. Turcly Vegetable.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
Genuine Must Bear
f XV. Tj. DoturlafmalcM and i1T mnn
men' 3.uu anu bj.ou Biioe man any
other manufacturer in tlio world, bo
came they hold their (hape, fit better,
and "wear longer than auy other make,
Shoti ttAII Pflcei. for Every Hembir of tha,
ramify. Mm, BoysWomen, HI tut i Chlldrtn'
r.i.Uou!" I i.M ul tO.OO OUI Slf How nanii
to iUjll at u; pile. W. L.Deulu tl.MtaA
Fori Color SvtUli Pttd JTxIiwWTir.
wm ana price It ilrnpl on bottom. Sold
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