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k@J "T You're not feeling just right this spring ,
are you ? Somehow , you haven't your
old-time strength , cannot take hold of
things with your usual push and
energy. You just drag around ,
fairly well one day , not so well the
next. You are wretched , disconsolate ,
discouraged ; you are miserable.
To be rich in nerve power you should take a good spring
medicine , something that will give you pure and rich blood.
A perfect Sarsaparilla will do this every time ; not a cheap
Sarsaparilla , not one that promises you a great deal of bulk
for your money ; but a highly concentrated Sarsaparilla , one
that has more cure in it than any other Sarsaparilla in the
"The only Sarsaparilla made under the personal supervision oi three graduates : a
graduate in pharmacy , a graduate in chemistry , and a graduate in medicine. "
$1.00 a bottle. All druggists.
" For thirty-five years I have used Ayer's Sarsaparilla. There arc many other kinds on the market ,
but I have great faith in that vvoid " Ayer's. " N. MUSESICK. , St. Anthony , Iowa.
A school teacher lately put the flues-1 Of nearly 1,000 dealers In oleomnr-
tlon : "What Is the hlgest form of angarine in Philadelphia , only thirty-
Imal life ? " "The giraffe , " responded a ono have both federal and state 11-
bright member of the class. Tit-Bits , censes.
The longest Why arouns is thd short
est way home.
Use Magnetic Starch Itliasnoefiunl
Puffs under the eyes ; red nose ; pimple-
blotched , greasy face don't mean hard drink
ing always as much as it shows that there is
BILE IN THE BLOOD. It is true , drink
ing and over-eating overloads the stomach ,
but failure to assist nature in regularly dis
posing of the partially digested lumps of food
that are dumped into the bowels and allowed
to rot there , is what causes all the trouble.
CASCARETS will help nature help you , and
will keep the system from filling with poisons ,
will clean out the sores that tell of the sys
tem's rottenness. Bloated by bile the figure
becomes unshapely , the breath foul , eyes and
skin yellow ; in fact the whole body kind of
fills up with filth. Every time you neglect to
help nature you lay the foundation for just
such troubles. CASCARETS will carry the
poisons out of the system and will regulate
you naturally and easily and without gripe or pain. Start to-night one tablet keep it up for
a week and help the liver clean up the bowels , and you will feel right , your blood will be rich ,
face look clean , eyes bright. Get a JOc box of CASCARETSf take as directed. If you are not
cured or satisfied you get your money back. Bile bloat is quickly and permanently
25c. SOc DRUGGISTS
To any needy mortal suffering from bowel troubles and too poor to buy CASCARETS we will send a box free. Address
Sterling Remedy Company , Chicago or New York , mentioning advertisement and paper. < 20
Your clothes wll not rruck If you
iu-6 Magnetic , Starch.
The Kmprepfl Kugenle bas entncd
her seven ty-llfth year , having "been
born on May 5 , 1S20.
HBOTo preserve xtuimicr hUlrts nnd drfc
HBO "Kriultlcss Starch. " All RioeoHt , lUe.
Mrs. McKlnlcy confesses to having
crocheted -1,000 pairs of slippers.
) OU K unit \ei your hair , lit lolor
toil lioauty wUti.l'AHKrii'K lUm IUl "AM.
iist , tlio be * I euro fur vuru > . llcti.
Lord Roberts weighs n little nloro
than 100 pounds.
of HIM Ilnlr
is pnu ol by dnndi iilT. Coke DanilrulT Cure
will btop It or money refunded. $1.00.
The cemeteries around London cov
er 2,000 acres.
There It n Clam of People
Who are Injured by the use of coffee.
Recently there has been placed In all
the grocery stores a new preparation
cnllod GRAIN-0 , made of pure grains ,
that takes the place of coffee. The moat
delicate stomach receives It without
distress , and but few can tell It from
coffee. It does not cost oVer one-fourth
as'much. . Children may drink It with
great benefit. 15 cents and 25 centa
per package. Try U. Ask for GRAIN-0.
The seventeen-year locusts are about
DysiCji . ! u U the bane of the hnmnn system.
I'rotiHlt > onrn1lf iwuliiKt Ub lauigcs by the UMJ
of liccinnn's I'riistnGum.
The harm of n creed Is In convert
ing It from a staff into u club.
Cheap Hinder Twine ,
Our readers will do well to write T.
M. Roberts' Supply House , Minneapo
lis , Minn. , bnforo buying. See offer
In another part of this paper. The llrm
is thoroughly reliable.
Important to Mothers.
Ei-inlnc cnrcfully every bottle of CASTOIHA ,
n eafo and mro remedy for Infants mut children ,
and tec that it
la YJso For Over ao Years.
The Kind You Have Always JlouchL
No parent weeps over the fact that
the boy outgrows his clothes.
Try Magnetic Starch it will last
longer than any other.
The shortest way to do many things
Is to do only ono thing at a time.
Litilloi Can Wear Shorn.
One size BUInllerafterusiiiffAllon's Foot-
Hase , a powdur. It makes tight or new
shoes easy. Cures swollen , hot.bwcating ,
aching feet , ingrowing nails , corns and
bunions. Alldrxrjg'ihts nnd shoe stored ,
2.-IC. Trial package FUE E by mail. 'Ad-
clrcsb Allen S. Olinotvd , LeKoy , N.Y.
Good avice to Admiral De\yey :
"Don't give up the ship. " Yonkcrs
Hinder Tnlno nt IMVT Vrlco * .
If you want n special Inslclo price on binder
twlnp , cither Slsul , Stumlmd or Mruillii , cut
this notice out nnd mull lo SIK'AIIH , KOEUIICK
& Co. ( Hinder Tulno Department ) , Chlciitfo ,
stating nboul how much twlno you will rcqulro
nnd how soon you will want It , uncl tlii'y will
sa\o jou monev by quotlnp you n price that
will cither secuie jour order or compel the
party who supplies you to sell to jou ut u lower
in leu tliuu bo othcrulbu uonlil
io Yearn In Hen Ice.
Edward C. Delano , the new superin
tendent of school in Chicago , first be
came attached lo the city's public
school system forty-four years ago as
an assistant teacher. He has idnco
continued in the ao-vlce of the board
of education , working his way step by
step to his present position.
Illl" } , < Jlrl Mun
City Clerk Donovan , of Boston , has
chosen for his messenger a 17-year-
old girl , Miss Annh G. Riley , the tirst
of her sex to hold such a position In
Hoston. The civil service commission
ers being unable -supply a girl In
response to Mr. Donovan's ifcquebt , ho
chose his own me&sengor.
Chicago Post : "Some of the most
successful men In polities , " he bald
thoughtfully , "have been thofco who
have had little to say. "
Naturally she wns indignant.
"There you go ! " she exclaimed. "Al
ways doing your best to discourage
AVhnt Wr'ro All Coining To.
CbronlHo-Telpgraph : "What , mind
ing the baby ? " said Northslde , as he
entered Manchester's home and found
his friend agitating the cradle.
"Yes , " replied Manchester."I've got
down to bedrock. "
Ha in c Old Story.
Harper's Bazar : First Deaf Mute
"We all have our troubles. "
Second Deaf Mute "That's so ; I
have to tie my wife's hands BO hha
won't talk In her sleep. "
The Baroness Burdett-CouUs has
just entered on her S6th year. Since
she became the possessor of her far
tune , In the year of thequeen's ac
cession , the baroness has s.pent In
charity , , It lias be.en estimated , a mil
lion of money , out of 1,800,000 sh3
An old friend of Mrs. Hetty Green
said the other day : "Whatever may bo
related of her economy , I happen to
know that she never refused a le
gitimate request for charity. She Is
ono of the kindest-hearted women In
the world. "
Words are but wind , but blows nro
We received the fnllowlnii tqlecram from our lmy r vlilrli explain ) Itrelf : "Purvlifi'od Hiroe hundred reirnty n o thoimn
( S5 , ( ) < > > pound * NKW HTANDAllK III.VDIS'Ci TWINB. Trice rnalilen in to cll l nine e en nlKlifh * < 'J' < i' ' 1 wlnp llt nrrl
rr > niitly. | 1 ionKr.uiil.ttu ) < m " Thin new Mndluz twine Hill lx > placed on MO ! liy u Hny ! lh , und III lie old h > in mill
ihU lot la conu nt UK , renl for Standard and Ittoienu fur MkiillH Mtieil. In onlcrtni : yuU twine. ORDERS No. 07
NEW STANDARD TWINE AT O 7-B CENTS AND No. 77 MANILA MI ED AT II 7-0 CENTS.
The only renion thai r r/inld | > o * > 1blT obtain this twine n tliata party nrednt notrmli We li.u ! nn riDortallon < if l.elni ; ble t vet uny twine at kuyihlnz like tUU prli.e , tor If you will Juit tlilnknf It a , rnlnnlr
IT IS 1-0 OF A CENT LESS THAN OUR FARMER FRIENDS PAID TO THE PENITENTIARY PEOPLE A FEW WEEKS AGO. We uluuya helletr , when we ( ffl h r aln. Indltldluitlt will
\ our friendnnd cnntomrr * . frclliiK 'hat ' when they know ibat we arc ul > Illlne Ui treat ibein right und cite them Hie benefit of our UJP tia li l on which we du builnvM , imincly lamu alf aud tiuoll prolll * that they
' will appreciate It , mid In the end e will make niorehy ( morlni ; them wlthkoinellilnciiftbli kind than vie would liy liaixlui : lliem Die rcxuUr market \\uis. \ Ooniwquvnlly we divide uiliproflt wllh you und will ulinply
kajr Ibat when tbli twine U out you run reit asm rod ibat will try Ui make you a * luw price * HI poMlMf , hut , nevKrihcimi , w would riiKKett that jou eel yourunler In Ml once fur any purt that you unty wunt
ct tnu lot. Vi'e will te able to bl | > l > y May > lh , iw tbe twine retu'hct un by Ian frelnlit. Tbe almvu lelfKr ni wai rerehfd May U. heud for nvrlrultural Implement cataleptic.
T. M ROBERTS3 SUPPLY HOUSE 717-710-721 NICOLLET AVENUE , MINNEAPOLIS MINN
. , , 718-720-722 FIRST AVENUE S. , , ,
British Trcops.Will HrtvOjto Figbtto Get
Possession of the 'Oily ,
ROBERTS' IS AT JOHANNESBURG
Union , Incli I'turi-il OUT
ItiilldliiK TlmrMtluy Afternoon Hot
righting I'rrt'fiilt'H It Cnpturii Holt-
crln ( ll r Nil figures Intt Sit } ( lor-
llllllft SllHtulliril JllU
LONOON , Juno JTim following
dispatch from Lord Roberts line been
iccclvi'd at the War Mike hero :
'MOHANNUSnURG , May 31 2 p.
in. Her majesty's forces are now In
possession of Johannesburg and the
British Hag lloats over the government
Tho. War oflko ban from Lord Rob
erts a dlspatgh datqd. Ocrmlston , May
30 , 9 p. m. , saying : The brunt of the
lighting yesterday fell upon Inn Ham-
received for the sale of tickets. Fred
already mentioned , to work aroiihd to
tbo west of Johannesburg in support
of French's cavalry , which was dl
reeled to go north near the road lead
ing to Pretoria. I huvp not beard
from Trench yet , but' Hamilton. In a
report , which has Just reached mo ,
Htates that about 1 o'clock In the aft
ernoon ho found his way blocked' ' by
the enemy , strongly postc'l on Edmo
kopjes and ridges three miles south
of tho. Rand. They have two heavy
guns , mul several field gunn and pom
poms. Hamilton forthwith attacked.
The right was led by the Gor.dqus ,
whti1 h'ftcr capturing < 5ne extremity of
the ridge wheeled around and Avdrltcd
along it until after dark , clearing It
of the enemy , who fought most bb-
etinatoly. Tlio Quo Hundred and
Fourth led on the other flank ? uid
would not be denied. The chief share
in the action , as in the curimltler ,
fell to the Gordons , whoso gallant advance -
vance excited the admiration of all.
Lord Cecil Manners , son of the duke
of Rutland , and wno Is acting as a
newspaper correspondent , was among
the prisoners captured by the Uoors
during Lord Roberts' advance May 29.
The Westminster Gazette says it is
rumored In a quarter likely to bo well
Informed that President Krugcr has
been captured by the British six mllcn
The War ofllco hero knows nothing
nbout the reported capture of Presi
dent Kruger. At last accounts Ivrugor
was at AVatorvalbovcn , 13.0 mllea fem ;
Belnted messages fiom Pretoria con
firm the reports of the departure 'of
President Krugor with his1 cabinet h'ml
staff offlciala Tuesday night and the
fiolectlon at a meeting of a citizens'
committee to administer the city provl-
"Since " this telegram left on Wed
nesday nothing apparently bas reached -
od Lourenzo Marquess by telegram
from Pretoria. Possibly tbe wires
liavo been cut. Possibly tbe Hoer'edn -
Kqrshlp at some Intermediate point-In
Although the War ofTico has not re
ceived a word about it no ono In Lon
don harbors the Idea that the Boor
capital Is not already In the hands of
the IlrltlRh or about to bo there.
The possession of .Johannesburg , at
nil events , as Lord Roberts bas tele
graphed , Is a fact.
State's Attorney Smuts did not depart -
part with President Krugcr , but re
mained In Pretoria.
MAKE IMPORTANT CAPTURE.
War Department ItvveKm Iliipnrt of
ArtloiiH In l'lilMiincN. | !
WASHINGTON , June 1. The fol
lowing dispatch wns received at the
war department today from General
IiIacArthur at Manila :
"Small Rui-rendcrs continue depart
ment of northern Luzon. Corino , fugi
tive Governor Uengiict , Rich , active
friend Aguinaldo , captured yesterday
near Cnyban , Important. While scout
ing near San Miguel -Maynino ( Luzon )
May M , Charles 1) . Roberts , Privates
John A. Melntyro and Lyel W. Akens
weie captured. Sergeant John G. Allen ,
Privates Joseph McCourt and John A.
Green , killed ; George Klnger , wound-
rd , thigh. All of Company I , . Thlrty-
fith regiment , United Stales volun
ITo Plague In Ilituull.
WASHINGTON , Juno 1. The spe
cial agent of the United States at
Honolulu icports to the Department of
State , under date of the 5th Inst. , that
the Hawaiian authorities have declared
the Hawaiian Islands free from Infec
tion by the bubonic plague Blnco the
flOth tilt , , and that the quarantine ol
the Islands was raised on the last
' lliillillnx Open * .
PARIS , Juno 1. The American pul.
Ushers' building of the exposition wns
opened by the United States nmbas
Midor , General Horace Porter , and the
usual American officials today. A bit ,
gathering of Americans was present
Great interest was taken In the pro
ductlon of the Initial number of the
Paris edition of the New York Times
printed within the building.
Warrant IHBUK ! forTnylor
FRANKFORT , Ky. , June 1. The IB-
suanco of a bench warrant today for
tie ! arrest of W. S. Taylor , former gov
ernor of Kentucky , was the first odl
rial notice that an Indictment hat
been returned naming Taylor as an ac
i-csbory to the murder of William Gee
bel. The Indictment was filed and en
lered of record April 1'J.
u Wyoming Jinn.
WASHINGTON , D. C. , June 1.
Captain Charles D. Roberts of Iho
Thirty-fifth volunteer Infantry , who
with two of his men has fallen Into
the hands of the Philippine Insurgents
near San Miguel Do Mayumo , Luzon ,
Is a son of Lieutenant Colonel Cyrus
R. Roberts , Thirteenth Infantry. He
was born In Dakota In 1873 and was
appointed to the army fiom Wyoming.
It is believed at , the. War department
that the Insurgents will endeavor to
hold these captives for ransom , but
the army will endeavor to run them
do-.vn und rernptuie tbe men.
SENATD AIDS ST. LOUIS FAIR.
IfTort to Cut r Uonn Klvc.Mllllon Uoltn *
Aiirnprlnftoii Vn\lf \ - r *
WASHINGTON , Juno l. At UIQ-COU- '
ctiitilon of a session lasting olrlit hours
ho senate this evening passed tho-sun-
Iry civil appropriation bill , which hnu
icon undo'r I'dnrfldorntlnfi for neafly'
vcclt. The ntncndmcnt providing for
rut npproprlntloit-'or jtv.oou.OOO'-for the
xntlslana purchase exposition to bu ,
icld In St. Louis in 1903vaa contln-
icd In the bill. An effort wan made
> y Senator Morgan to reduce thoj
tinoiint to-bo apploprlatcd to $3,000-
000 , lUt | It Was UnHUCCCBBful. '
( An amendment was Incorporated1
H'.ovhllng for. the , beginning of tho' '
work on the memorial ! > rldgo between
Washington and Arlington cemetery ,
to bo erected ' tri the1' memory of tho.
lead of both the union and confederate
armies. While.tho bill carries only
$200,000 for the project , It IB expected !
ultimately to cost about $5,000,000. An
unondment also was nmlcd. to , the
measure providing for an adjustment
or certain claims of ino Hiatus of New
York , ' Pennsylvania , Virginia , 'Dola- *
ware , California , Oregon and South
Carolina. The passage of the sundry
civil bill leavest only two general ap
propriation blllu to .lie . acted upon by
Llio senate the military academy and
the general deficiency measures. It la
expected they will bo passed by .Satur
' ' ' " " '
SMALLPOX ON B OARD MEADE.
Iteuinn for < ftls | Delay In
T ili'Rrii | > liuil \VualilliKton. .
'WASHINGTON , Juno 1. The War
department received notice -from Gen
eral Shatter today of the arrival at
San Francisco of General Otis aiuUtho
existence of smallpox aboard the
transport Mcadc , which accounts for
the failure of General Otis to land
promptly upon his arrival In San
Francisco. General Shatter's dispatch ,
which is dated yesterday , is as fol-
I\VH ) :
"General Otis' arrived this evening
In good health ! On account of Hovcral
cases of smallpox on board ho will
not bo nblo to land for several days.
Ha will take llrst train cast after
, General Otis will probably comq di
rect to Washington , and will go thence
to Rochester , N. Y. , in HCMBOII to bo
present at th6 Demonstration v/hlchlH
bbtng arranged In his 'honor by tiib
citizens of that place for 'Juno 15. The
general will bo given an extended
Iflavo of absence by the War depart
ment and when ho has thoroughly re
cuperated from the prostrating labors
of his position in the Philippines ho
w.ill , It IK said , bo assigned to the com-
njand of tbe Department , of the Lakes ,
\yltli headquarters nt Chicago.
ANOTHER ST. LOUIS TRAGEDY.i i
Union Mnn Sliooto it I'ollcoinnn nnd iJ ,
Killed l > y nil Onicer.
ST. LOUIS , Juno 1. Albert Kocnlg,1
a union man , emptied the contents of ,
a tihotgun into tbo body of Police Ofll-i
cer Crane nnd was himself instantly1
killed by a bullet from the revolver of ]
0/llcer / Hnher on , Broadway , , nenr , the |
Southern electric power house late fo- '
From the meagre information re- '
celved by Inspector Lally nt the Four
Courts nt 'midnight ' it seems that Koe-j
nlg _ was walking back and forth In
front of the power house with n ohotK
gnn on his sljouldcr. declaring that ho
wns a union man and defying the tran-
Hlt company nnd its non-union em
ployes. Officer Crane approached him
and tiHlcod hlih 'to ' 'take ' Ills shofgu'ri
home. Kocnlg replied In vehement
torniH , and when the officer , grappled1
with him In1 uui effort to disarm him
the man brought the weapon to hlu
shoulder and , nmiig | | it at Crann.,1
pulling the trigger. The officer Bank ]
to the ground unconscious.
Maher was n ear'by And Running hpj
to Kocnlg demanded his surrender..1
Koenlg made a threatening movement !
and Manor Hhot him. . Crnno IH nt the I
Alcxinn Brothers' hospital dying.
Mniitnim KiprcHR Ofllro Jldbbetl.
MILES CITY , Mont. , Juno 1. The
Noi thorn Pacific express office wa
robbed of u 45,000 patikago and $3001
llton's column. I hnva sent him , ntt
Morrow , night operator , was acting for' '
Station Agent Ulpnon nnd the money
was taken during Morrow's absence.
Morrow has been operator for about
three months. 'Two strangers "who
were lurking about the station are
lif ) I
IH Left In filivtu Quo. * * }
WASHINGTON , Juno 1. The senate !
committee tin privileges anil ulectlonuj
has reached an agreement with thoj
Lfrlcndsjjf .Senator vjajk of Montnnn toi
allow the senator's case to rest wheroj
It is , with the understanding that no |
further steps Rhall be taken to have !
either Mr. Clark's or Mr. Maginnls'
credentials referred to the committee ,
nnd that no further action shall betaken
taken on the resolution of the commit
tee concerning Senator Clark's orlg-
Member * of O. A. It. Object.
PHILADELPHIA , Juno 1. During
the ceremonies Incident to the decorat
ing of the graves of the union and'
confederate dead In the National cem
etery nt Germnntown , a suburb , yes
terday , it developed that in certain
Grand Army circles opposition has np-
pcared to the erection of a monument
to the confederate dead In that ceme-
te.ry by the Daughters of the Confed
Iloerd Take Itefngo In it Mlno. ,
LONDON , Juno 1. A special ills-
patch from Gcrmislon ( a suburb of
Johannesburg ) says several hundred
Door's have Sought refuge In a mine ,
where the HritikH Greriadlcrs liavo
cornered them and barred all escape.
Itrltlnh nt lUlilelliursr.
CAPETOWN , Juno 1. The British
hnv'o occupied Hc'Idelburg , on the rail-
roail connecting Johannesburg with
the Tranbvanl frontier town of Yolks-
rust , on the Natal frontier , nuur
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