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About Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 25, 1904)
ACHED IN EVERY DONE.
thlcngo SocIety Womm Who W:1 , So
Sick Sha Could Not Sleep or Eat ,
Cured by Donn's 1ldney Pille.
Knight , ot 33
N. Ash 1 n nd
Avo. , Chlcn o.
Orator ot the
W 0 a ncsday
Club , Sl7S :
when I start.
cd to use
Don n 's 1\ld. : .
ney Pills I
nched 1n Q\'ery
bono nnd hncl
fn tIlO kldne's nnd pelvIc organs : The
urlno wns thlclt nnd cloudy nnd I
could barely cat enough to live. I
felt n chango. for the bette : , wIthIn n
weele. The second weele I bean :
eating heartily. I began to Impro\'o
generallY and betoro seven weeles hnd
, passed I wns well. I llnd Epent hunt
, dreds at dollars tor medklne thnt dId
not help me , bu't ' 0 worth or Donn's
lCldney P111s restored mo to. perfect
! aealth. "
A TRIAL FREE-Address Foster.
Milburn Co. , Buffalo. N. Y. For sale
. all d alers. Prlco 50c.
Steam Turblno for Pumps.
The steam turblno prnclple ! has
been adapted to 0. centrICugal hIgh.
pressure pump. The actIon Is rOe
\'ersed , however the water entering
ut what would bo the exhaust end.
gradu.nlly acceloratlng as It passe3
through the several fixetl and roO\'a.
ble vanes , unUl It acquIres a hIgh
\'eloclty at what wauld ordinnrlly hI )
the ouUet end.
The Tailor Took His Mcasure.
"I was getting measured tor n. suIt
ot clothes thIs mawnlng , " saId young
: Mr. SIssy to his vretty cousIn , "and
Just for a joke. ) "Imow , I awsked
) Snlpem if It wenlly toole nIne tailors
! (0 ( make a man. Ho saId it would
} taka m01O thnn nIne tailors to maleo
a man of some people. I thought it
\'t'ns qulto cleyah.-Exchange.
I , , .
Onions for InsomnIa.
, OnIons are recommended as n gool1
f thIng tor insomnIa. A favorlto dislt
In England Is ono of the big sweet
I 6panlsh onions cool\Od in milk. Celt
ery may also bo used In the same way ,
stewed In milk. It is good for the
/lerves / , and consequently for sloep-
Voice From Arkansas.
Clevlland , Ark. , August 15 ( Spa.
clan.-Nearly every newspaper tells
at some wonderful cure ot some form
of KIdney DIsease by the Great
American Remedy , Dorld's KIdney
P1lls. a d this part at Arkansas Is
not without Its share of ovldenco that
no case Is 'too deeply rooted for I
: C.Jdd's KIdney P1lls to cure.
Mr. A. E. CarUle , well lmown and. .
hhlJy respected hero. tells of hIs
cure after nearly n qUlU'ter ot a cen. I
t.ury' suffering. Mr. CarUlo sa3'S :
"I want to let the public lmow. .
( what I thinle of Dodd'a Kidney P1lls.I I
I I thInk the ) ' are the best. remedy for
sIck Iddne's ever maue.
"I had Kidne ) ' Trouble tor 23 ) 'enrs
and never found anythIng that dId me
so mueh good as Dodd's KIdney Pl1ls.
I recommend them to all s rterers. "
There is no uncertain sound nbout
Mr. CarUlo's stntement. He Imows'
that Dodd's KIdney P111s rescued hIm
trom a lIfo of sufferIng nnd ho wantB
the public to lenow it. Dodd's KIdney
Pills cure nIl KIdney 111s from Dac1 ,
ache to Brlg-hl's DIsease.
When a brlde's mother wc ps it
may be because her daughter dIdn't
mai'r ) ' a mnn wIth less beauty and
FREE TO TWEN , Y.FIVE LADIES.
! rho Defiance Starch Co. wlIl give
25 ladles a round.trp ticket to the St.
LouIs expositIon to five ladle's in
each of the followIng states : Illinois.
Iowa , Nebraslm , Kansas and 1\1I5sou'
ri who will send in the largest number
of trade marls cut from a. . 10.cent. 1G.
ounce paclmgo of Defiance cold water
laundry starch. ThIs means from ) 'our
own home , anywhere in the above
named states. These tra e marIes must
ho mailed to and received by the Dc.
fIance Starch Co. , Omaha. Neb. , before
September 1st , 1DO,1. October and No.
vember will bo the best months to
vIsit the exposItion. Remember that
Defiance Is the only starch vut up 1G
oz. ( a full pound ) to the paclmge.
You get one.thlrd moro starch for the
same money than ot any other ldnd ,
nnd Defiance never st/clm / to the iron.
The tlclcets to the exposition -W111 'be
sent by relstered ; mall September 5tb.
Starch lor sale by all dealers.
'When swImmIng with the current
look out for the falls. "
Less Than Half to St. Louis nnd Re.
turn via Wabash R. R.
TlcltQts sold Tuestla's and Thurs.
dnys in August ; rate from Omaha
$8.50. Dally round.trlp rate $13.80.
CorrespondIngly low rates from ) 'o\\r
The Wabash I the ONLY lIne land.
ing all passengers at its own station
ma\n \ entrance World's Fair grounds.
thus savIng time , an o'ance and extra. .
enr faro. All 'Vorld's Fall' maps show
Wabah station , main entranco. For
all information addreJu Harry E.
: \ioores , G. A. P. D. Wab. n. R. , Oma.
lla , Neb.
A Eato secret Is 11 confidentl let.
The Best Results In Starching
can be obtaIned only by uslns Defiance -
fiance Starch , besides ttlng " oz.
more tor the IInmo money-no cooldn ! :
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WAS ENEMY OF "I NOCKERS. "
Printer Trlcd EarnClstly for . the Ref.
ormation of M:1nklnd.
Several ) 'enrft ngo prInter at th
"Elbert Hubbnrtl" school startetl a
print shop In ono at the smaller cIties
at Now England. The plnco wns nttCltI I
up "Ro'croftle , ' " and above the old. :
fashlrned brass Imoclwr nt the sldo ot :
the cntr ) ' ho hung n sIgn whIch rend ,
"Enter without lmocldng. "
To man ) ' thIs would morel ) ' presage
D. welcome to the shop \\'Ilhln ; but to
the moro subtle , a suggestion thnt the
shortcomIngs of other men , among
them printers , were of no Interest to
The new print shop attracted mnny
patrons , among whom were , untor.
tunatel ) ' , some that could not'appre. .
ciato the "stylo" pecullnr to thIs schol.
ar.printer. Some of these were quito
caustic In their arraIgnment of his
manner of hnm11lng theIr ideas , and
ho felt that In sarno way ho must ad.
monIsh them , lest theIr opInions , It
expressed , should add to the ranles 01
So ho had lrepared another sIgn ,
"Depart without Imocldng , " and hung
It withIn bls sanctum. This to im.
press upon his calIers the futllllty of
bruIting abrond theIr dlrforences or
Some , however , continued to offend ,
nnd to help thel11 lay asldo theIr per.
nlclous hnbits ho hlld drIven into the
waIl withIn the entry , a largo nail ,
under which ho plnced a sIgn , "Hnng
your hammer here. "
Ho felt that soma would enter , lea'\ "
ing theIr "hammer" upon the nail and
perhaps , to hIs Instlng- benefit , leave It
behInd and "depart wIthout Imocldng. "
-Sln Sing Stnr of Hope.
Luck In the Letter "B. "
A writer has discovered that man ) '
of the worst foes of the hortlculturiRt
begIn with "w , " and ho \ instances
worms.'oe'lls , wind nnd other work.
ers of wlcleedness. ThIs suggcsts a
question as to whether there Is any
natural groUIJlng of good or C\11 thIngs
under pnrtlcular letters. TaIte "b. " for
eXnmlJle , nnd consIder how mnn '
boons and blessIngs to man begIn wIth
It. The baler , butcher and brewer
bring hIm bre d , beef and beer ,
For addItional foods he hns bacon ,
blacle bass , beans , bloaters , broccol : ,
broth , bIvalves , bananaR , , berries , bls.
cuits , buns and butter. Arter a ban.
quet of bonnes.bouches ho may bring
out hIs 'baccy while he bestri es hIs
blcyclo. These nre but a few of the
beneficent thIngs included under that
blessed letter "b. " Now , as a contrast.
take "d , " and among the first words
wo thInk of are damp , darle. dreary.
danle. dull , drowned. dIsmal , dIrt ) ' ,
damned , dusty , dastard , draft , dueleed ,
dosed. dragged , doubtful , disgusted ,
doctor. dIseased. dead , drunle. and eo
on. the ver ) ' sound of which is enough
to drlvo one into doleful d.umps.-
. Pe3rson's Weeld ) ' .
! \Ir. Garfield , of the cIvIl service
commissIon , says that a ) 'enr or so
ago there walled Into the office of the
governor of a 'Vestern State n. clti.
zen who , with suppressed excItement ,
" : \Ir. Go\'ernor , I . understand that
Cot Dlanle. the presIdent of the Irri.
gatlon Board , is dead. "
"H5 ; is , " was the repl ) ' . "Cot Dlanl ,
dIed an hour ago. "
"Well , Mr. Governor , " continued the
cItizen , "I dlslllte to exhibIt any un.
seemly haste in the matter , but I very
much desIre to maleo application tor
appoIntment as his successor. "
, Vhereunon the g1Jvernor courte.
ousl ) ' motioned hIs caller toward an
anteroom. "Pray walk Into thIs room ,
sIr. " said he , "and talee ) 'our place in
the IIne.-New Yorl ; : Herald.
Secret of Long Youth.
SImple dfet , plain living , actl\'e oul.
dc"r work 01' walkIng , and absence of
worr ' , give conditions that will develop -
velop the hest Ih'sical and moral
posiiOlblIltlcs within one. We are all
prono. to exhaust ner\'e force over
petty cares. We get exclfed if the
rooms are not properly dusted ; wo
put too much of ourselves into our
household worl , ; we do not want to
lenrn to slmpllf ) ' ; we do not nlwa's
tnlee the "fort ) . winlts" early in the
afternoon. These are soma of the
causes of age , and we can aYe d them
just as wo can learn to sometimes bo
Idle amI at all tlm s be reposcfuI.-
For Troublesome Feet.
A decoction of whIte oal , barIc is in.
\'aluable for perspirIng feet. To malw
the decoction place one ounce of whIte
oale bar ] ; : to one and one.lialf pints of
boiling water nnd sImmer very slowly
for two or three hours ; cool , straIn
aUlI add four ounces of alcohol ; then
bottle for use. The most convenIent
mode of application Is to pour out a
small qUfintlt ) ' in a saucer and apply
to the feet wIth 11. velvet sponge , after
gIvIng them 11. warm bnth.
Strength In God's Hand ! : .
Our liCe I scarce the twlnl < lo oC n st -
} n God' " otcrnal dar. Obscure IInl1 .
With mortnl clOUl111 , It rct may } ' . .m
And , clarkenel1 here , shine Calr to Sf , Ires
, will ho patient. lellt In ) ' sorrow hl.
HIli grace anl1 IJlesslng , and 1 Call ' .
pin ! ' ;
In m ) ' own hl1nl1l1 want . nnd weakness
: ' > [ ) ' ! Strength , 0 Gol1 , In 'rhine.
What Land Yields.
It Is estimated that twent.two
ucres of land are necessary to sus.
taln ono man on fl'esh meat. The
same spnce of land. Ir devoted to
wheat culture. would teed forty.two
people ; if to oatD , elght.clght ; pota.
toes , IndIan corn nnd rIco , 17G ; and Ir
to the plantaIn 'or bread tree , over
8cwnrc of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contain Mercury ,
III mercUI'1 will lur l , dc tro1 tht' ! Icn'tl of me1t
nd COUlI'lclel , dcrlll1jo Iho wh010 . , _ tcm "hI'li
enlnlnlt It tlrouh the lIIurOli1 ulrfll c' . lIcl1
rllclo' Ibolll < l never bc QIl',1 "crN ( JI , I , . , .tl\ , '
C10r1 from rel'UlfthlohlleUn. . . ' " the llllltlftjlc tltc1
, . .11.tu \ II tcn foI < l to tbl1 Ir""d YOIl cnn 11111) ' de.
rlt" trom thcm. lInU' , Catftrrh CUN'll1anlifacttlrc,1
by 1' . .J. Chrnc1 ' " C. , . , Toledo , 0. . coulaln _ no mcr.
cury. and U taken Ihleruftlly. Rctlnlt , lItcelly 11\ , " "
the blulI < 1 and IlIUCUU8 , utfacc or the ) "Icnl , In
} > uylh ! : lIall' , Calarrh CUN 1'0 ' mto ) 'OU jct tllo
flcnulne. It II laken Intcrually 1I'lIllIInl" ' II11'OlclIo ,
Ohio , by I. " .J , Chellc1. ; C'I. Tcstlmoulal.lree.
olll bv JltUJr " 'I' , I'rlce.'cr boUlc.
'h o f/IIIl'.l.'amlly I'IU. for wn.tlIJatiun. .
LA'stJlts maleo the pnrtles bare ,
triO lo.w'ers fnt.-German.
Try One Paclaue.
It "Defiancc Stnrch" docl1 not p1cn30
'ou , return it to 'our denier. IC It
docs ' 0\1 gctone-thlrll more for the
samc 1110nc ) ' . It will Sl\'c 'ou snUs.
faction , nnl1- will not sUclc to t\\e \ iron ,
Ir the pia ) ' Ig a frosl the audlenco
Goon lIlelts away.
will hn\'c Definnce Stnr h , not nlonQ
bccllus the ) ' Het one. third more for
the same money , but nlso because ot
sUPirior quallt ) . .
If n man Is alwn's ehaJeroned hy
hIs wlte ho Is IJrett ) ' sure to hlcant10r
along In the stralgbt nmi llarrow
When You Buy Starch
buy Definnce nml get the best , 1G oz.
for 10 cents. Once used. always uRed.
A woman has sImp ! ) ' got to love
someUllng , even 1C It Is anI ) ' a. . man.
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rlso's Cure Is the beRt mr < lIc1no wo c"cr used
for nn nlcctlons oC tbo tllroat nnllluD S.-W.L
O. END8LJlY'nnburcn : , lOll. . Pcb. 10 , 1000.
There Is never much to talle about .
after 11. .smooth voyage. I
fiTS flennlUlcnlly , CIIl'C'd. No nblor neM'C'lImcn : aft8"
iI"t day'a lItn of lIr. Kline's Ol't'at Nenellcat l'o
, t' . ( ; en,1 fGt' ItltF:1 ! : 2.00 triallJollloo nnll trt'utJA o
1.1110 U. U. KLlIiIC. Ltd. , 831 Arch Street. l'11lIAl1olp1Wa.l
' 1'ho greatest merit of some men is
Do our Clothcs Look Ycllow ? . . . ,
Th n use Defitlnce Sttlrch , it will
keep them whlte-1G oz. fOI' 10 C'Cnts.
When ybu feel lIlee telling ) 'our
troubies wrlto them down-then burn
The oldest tree In the world Is on
the Island of Kos , 1)'lng ort the coast
of Asln MInor. Tho..trunlc is thIrty
fect in cIrcumference. A wall ot
masonry surrounds it , and supports
the two maIn branches. It Is belltwed
to be more than , OOO years old.
CheerfulneJs and Grumbling.
How many people In real lifo lhel'e
are who are n perpetuni draIn on the
sympathIes of theIr moro cheerful
frIends and neIghbors ! They lBee to
bo comforted wIth strong , uplifting
words ; they nppreclato cheerfulness
-In others. It does not occur to
tIiem tl1at it is n cultlvablo quallty. I .
1uGt ns grumbling is.
Corn Dlrds Will Not Dother.
A well lenown farmer sa's he wets
hl seed corn with COd ] all before
planting it , nnd as result the bIrds
and insects do not bother it before It
comes up. The 011 do'es not injure
the germ and l.eep it tron. sprouting.
ThIs has been prayed by experJmce. (
as ho has never had to replaut.-FIl.
moro , ( Mo. ) Lever.
Training of Japanese WreJtI.ers.
In the place of traInIng to remove
superfiuous fiesh , ns do the athletes
of other lands , tha wrestlers or Japan
eat to put it on. Great slzo and
weIght do not appear to interfere
wIth theIr nglllty. Instead it is one
of the princIpal means of overcom'
ing an adversary. ,
JUST ONE DAY
Free From the Slugger Brcught Out
"DurIng the time I was a corteo I
erinleer , " sa 's an Iowa womnn , "I was .
nervous , bad spells wIth my heart.
smotherIng spolls. headncl1e , stomach -
ach trouble , l1\'er and Iddnc ) trouble.
I dId not Imow for years " , hnt made
me have these spells. I would fret
quently slnle away as though my last
bour had come. , , -
"For 27 rears I suffered thus nnd
u3ed botlle3 of medicIne enough to set
up a drug store-capsules and pills I
nnd e\'cr.thlng I heard of. Spent
lots of mane ) ' hut I was sick nearly
all the time. Sometimes I was so
nervous I could not hold Illate In
my hands ! nnd other tlme3 I thought
I would surely tllo sitting at the table. '
"ThIs went on until about two years
ago wben ono , day I dId not use any
cofteo and I noticed I wns not so nen"
ous and told m ) ' husband nhout It.
Ho had been telling mo that it mIght
bo the coffee but I said 'No , I have
been drlnldng coffee all m ) ' life nnd
It cannot be , ' Dut after thIs I thought
I would try and do without and drlnle
ot water. I did tIlls tor several da's.
but sot tired at the hot water and
'went to drinkIng coffee and as soon
ns I began coffee agaIn I was nervous
agaIn. ThIs proved that It was the
coffee that caused my troubles.
"Wo had trIed Postum but had not
made It rIght and dId' not lIIw It } but
now I decIded to glvo'it another trial
so I read the directions on tl1e pack.
age carefully nnd made It atter these
' \ . ctlons and It was simply eIlclous.
, BO we quIt cortco tor good and the re.
sults are wondertul. Before , I could
not sleep but now I go to bed amI
n1 > : ! ep sound , am not a bIt nervous
, ) w , but worlt 'lIard and can walk
miles. Nervous headaches are gone.
my heart docs not bother mo anymore
moro lIlw It dill nnd I don't hav any
ot the smotherIng spells and would
, ) 'OU bello-7"o It ? I am getting fat. Wo
drInk Postum now nnd nothIng el30
and even my busbanU's headaches
Itavo dIsappeared ; 'Ne both sleep
ound and 'palthy now and that's a
blessIng , " amo gIven by Postum
Co. , Battle reek , MIch.
l. < > Ok for tlj book , "Tho Road to
WellvlIlo" I each pll : .
The CaUllc of Olcap.
The man who Is Itoptvaka Ii ,
Imln , or who Burtors In nny other way
trom laclt of sleep , can usun11) ' obtain
It b , . the use ot a drug. Buck leop ,
hoVer , Is gcnernlly rel.ardetl as un.
nntllrnl , aUlI bypnotIo drnrs nre
avoldcl wh6l1 posslblo , Dut now corneD
Mr. Ihphl\l ! DuboIs , a French physl.
oloslst , who tolls us that all Bleep Is
the reRult at druggIng , th" slcep'llrp.
tlucer bolne carlonic.acld tormcd with.
In the system.
IrrIgation In Kansns.
Orent otato , Kansnsl There 19
lIolther a IUol111taln liar a mnrsh In all
lier length nnd breadth or 82,000
DQuaro I11ll , One.t1llrel at her aren Is
almost a barren stelJpo. mylng to lacle
at raIn. IrrlIaUon , ,111 tunlto the dry
pmlrlcs 0 yerltable "inrdon or the
wes't. " ralso th Kansas corn crop to
SOOOOOOOi bushels anel increase her
1Ivo BtQc.lt vahlation to $180,000,000.-
Now Yorle Press.
England'a Great Artist.
Gcor'Q ' Frederlelc Watts , the rrenl
mngllsh nrtlst , who dlod recenlly in
London , rarely worled from n lI\'lng
subject. but modeled fragmentnry
fJtudleB In wax and clat tor partlcu.
lar pnrts of the fiures ! ot bls lllcture ! ! .
' 1'h1 : : IJt\trlar.eh of palntors saId In ref.
( 'renco to hIs prlnclpnl worles that ono
oi hll ; Ireat alms was to take the t < .1'w
ror away from deatb.
Labouchero on IntolcantJ. !
"I myselt never drInk BIJlrltn , or , in-
deed , olther wIno or beer when I can
get water , " Bnl Henry I.1bouchero.
"I can understand the likIng tor beer
or wIne. Tho'tnste tor BplrIts , how.
ever. Is Incomprehenslblo to mo. I
trIed all or thom. Tbo experIment dlll\
not succeed. but gin struclc mo ns the
least nasty , "
Weight of Dend Sea Water.
'Aallon / of dIstilled wntor welgbs
ten pounds , at sen water ten and three.
fourths pounds. or Dend sen water
two\e ] poundD. There are eight anli
one.balt pounds at lialt In every 100
pounds of Dead sea "vater to two anll
four.fifths pounds in ordlpary sea
Important to Mothors.
'tlmino cl rully eve ! ' ) ' bolllo or CASTOnrA ,
II. BIICO nnd pure remedy tor InCnnts am ! ellllllrcn.
nDd tCD thn It
Xu Uee For Ovcr :10 Yenrs.
The RInd You lll1vo AlwllY3 ought.
Itallm JO ln of Arc.
The Italian scuhJtor Ettore For.
raria has eompleted a relIef portraIt
at "tho Italian Jeanne d'Are. " SIgnora
St.amura. for Ancona , whIch she
helped to defend durlnc the nlego bi
B'arbarossa. She inspIred coul'ago In
the cItizens by her oxhortatlons. and
durIng a sally applied tho. torches
wIth her own hands to the Gorman
slego towers , accurdlng to tradItion.
She was a widow.
Jlln. 'VllIso" , " " Sooth/nl / : Ryrul.
1"0t'cllUliren toetbll1l : , oofleoollle I'UI118 , rotlneOA In.
Ilamwatlul& , al1l1) " pat. . , curell wlnt cull. . . a IJoLtio.
Original Rough Rldcrs.
The original Rough RIders antedated -
dated the pony express by several
yt > nl's. 'rho RIfle Rangers themselves
ere rough riders , an'd Marno Reid
' \Va ! ! a captaIn. leadIng In percon many
a gallant charge aguinst the "greas.
ers. " Apaches. Coml\\anches and Slouc.
Defiance Stllrch i13 put up 1G ounces
In It paclcnrre , 10 cents. One-third
more attlrch tOI' the stlme money.
Dr. Leonard Williams , In nn artlclo
In the London Practitioner , declares
that fiannel underclothIng is 11. fraud.
"Dry fiannel , " ho says , "Is practically
unabsorbent. , whereas linen , colten
and sl1l are , in dIfferent degrees. very
absorbent. " lIe concludes that "wool.
en unllorclothlng is. of aJI others , the
best calcnlated to Induce a relaxed
and unrosponsi\'c condil1on or the
sldn , "
Women Sardine Curers.
Sardlno curen In France are UI nrly
nIl women , who sometimes "fI'orl ; : twen.
ty hours out or the twent.follr. They
are ptllli at the rate of tbh'ty ccntl !
ver 1,000 fish.
Mother of Twenty Children.
HavIng previously borne sIxteen
( 'hl1d ! on , the wife ot a shocmaltCr al
Wrnz , in Bobcmla , has now had four
at a bIrth. of whom three are living.
_ Luminous Numbers for Housea. .
A new idea Is to have tht ! numb9rs
on the front doors ot houses paInted
In lumlnouB paInt , so that they w1:1 :
ba vIsIble In the darle.
Mollcnl ! ! Department Wa hlngton Unlvor&ity.
'l'be nrllt two ycars ure de\'ot.cd mulnly w
rractlrnl trnlnllllC In luborutorles of An\tomy ,
IIslololr. Bmbryolony. Chemilitry , PhYKIOIOlYj
Putholey ! nDd UuctJrlolo\y , by bl'echlllhtf ! 1111I
lIfe.workerf ! In tbcsu brallelJcl ! . l'ho III t t wu
yell nre Iflv'n to pel"honnl Btuely of lllscn o hi
cllnlculluborator/ell / , hospltnrll unddhpcn..urlcs. .
not merely nmllateel , but undcr tbo fnn control
of the } < 'neulty tor bec1.sldo Infitructlon. FeJl
particulars 1111(1 eatalozu ( ) olldresi : tbe DeuD
lb01Locw.t Street , St. Luuls.
HOMESTEADS VCrl erl
I Montnnll. F ; nll 000. for IliaI' lIullnrormlltion L (
1. If. JWLLJY : , 1',1 Ellato Ac'DOr , DiUj'la , Mont. .
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To be n successful wife , to
retain the love nnd ndmiration
of her husband should be n
woman's constant study. Ii
she would be nil that she may ,
she must guard wellngainst the
signs of ill health. Mrs. Drown
tclls hcr story for the bcncfit of
nil wives nnd mothers.
II DeAn 1\l1l9. \ PI lClIA M : - LylIn. . E.
Plnlchl\m's : Vegetahlo COI1lIIOUlHl '
will , malto c\'cry molhcr wcH , r.tronJi.
hcalthy nmllm\IPY' \ I drag-gcel throulrh
nine : ycars of m scrnblo mlstcncc. worn
out wlt.h pain nnd wearincss. I thcn
notlccd II. statcmcnt of a woman
troublec.1 ns I waSj amI the wonderful
results she had had from , , 'our Vc c.
tabla Compound , and dcclt1ed to try
whnt it would do for mc , unci uscd It for
three months. At the cnd of thnt
time , I wa ! : ! II. different womnn , the
ncl hbors remarlced it. nnd y hus-
1Jand fell In love with mo aU ever
agaIn. It seemed 1I1co n now cdstence. : :
I had l10en Buttorlng with Inllammn.-
tlon and falling of the womh , butyour ;
medlclno curcd that , nnd buIlt up my
cntlre S ' 5tCJU , till r was Indet ! < l lIIco Do
new WOlDn"1. - Sincercly yours , Mus.
CUAS. 1' . BnowN. : :11 : Cedar 'errnce , lIot
Springs , Arlc. , Vice lrcstdent Mot.hers
Chlb.-f6000 forft / /f or/glnal 01 alloua.u"
plou/ng gnuln nesJ cannot bit produced.
-FOLLO'I Tltll , .LAO. "
TAE THE WABASE-I
S A I N 'T ' l 0 U S
THE ONL V LINS
THE WORLD'S Fi R
JlIIC'lrnC'e cht'ckt'l to 'Vor ! < 1' .
lrnlr rolllul" .
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Stopovera nllowc(1. All Ag'ontH can. .
route ) ' 011 viII. the \V A nASII. I.'or hCllUI I
tlC1I1 'Vorlll'H } , 'alr Colder Imll nil InCor-
hARRY E. 1\IOOIlES.
Gon. Act. Pass. Dopt. . Omuhl1 , Nob.
. SMOm ERSfRND :
LEWU5 ! SINGLE BDNDER
5'CIAar belter Quality than most 10f Cltars
Your .1obIJer or dlrpl1t from I'nr.lory. I'eorln. 11'
W. N. U. , OmalHl. No. 34-1904
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It is the purest , cleanest starch made.
It is free of injurious' chemicals.
It can be used where ordinarily you _ would _ be arr id ,
to US starch or any kind. ;
11at's Defiance. Your grocer sells it.
THE DEFIANCE STARCH cq. , j
ortAtlA ! , NEB. .
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LD ANTISEPTl PilE CON S IV ; .
I DRUGGISTS. sampio Freo. ANTISEPTIC PILE CONE CO. , Crelet No ! > . SLEEr , '
When Answering Advrtlscmentll
1 < lm'ly Mention This papC'r.
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; BEGGS' BLOOD PURIF ER
. CURES r.lltarrb'of the 5tomnch. .
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"Ftonll o crndlo to the bnby chair"
tiA YE YOU A BABY ? ,
If so , you ought to hevo a
( t'.T TJD )
"Ar IDEAt. GIILF-mOTRuoTon. "
OUR PHOENIX WattclJlR Ohair
holds the cbn ! } , . socnroly , pro-
vonflug these punfnl : fnIle nUtl
bumps " , nlch 1\1'0 oofrcquont whou
blon.rnf \ . to walle.
'SETTCI1 TI/Ar.t flURGE. "
'rho chnir is provided with 1ro -
mombla , B\uitu'Y : oloth seat , whloh \
supports the wefght of the ohiltl
nn < l provents'lJow.lcgs an nplnn1' '
tron lo9 ; it also han tnblo nttnch.
mont which cnahlos"baby to l1ml
amusement In1ts toys , cte. , WiUl-
out nny attcntloll.
uAs Indlpensnblo : ns n crndlo. "
It Is no constructo < l that it prevents -
vents poltell clotlwsoiolmo < ; from
tlra tn nnll floor Renna , nn Is.
recommoJl(1od by IJhYGIclaDS antI
cntlorso < l by loth ) mother aUlI bahy.
OombincD ploasuro'amI utlllty.
No Imby nhonhl < \ withont ono.
Cnll nti 'yonr furniture dealer
nnd ask k > GCO 0110.
lA1'IUr.u.TDItED ' O LT DT
PHOENIX CHAIR CO.
GUIIJOVGAN. : : WIG.
Can only bo had of your furnlturo denIer.
I RA TES
On A11qt.th ) nnIZo1rll nn,1 Scptcmber , .
lath nllli : :1111 , r.ollltrip tlcllOtK will bo : :
" 0\11 \ "It III. lC. & ' 1. n'y" from SI. 1.ouls ,
JCUII II CltJ. ) llIlInllllll , 1111,1 ether Mis. >
"ourilltlil h.nn II"IllItH. to I1l1l1an 'l'cr. 1
rllnry , OIcllll1onm ulld Central uUlI East- ' J
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$ U 5. 0 0 .
The Soutbwc tl. . . Invllln . The crop ,
nre lee < \'omUtlons : nlul IlrIqJCDlR ) 'yero
nevcr moro fnvorltlilo. ItIlIl1n ' ! 'orrlt
Olclllhotnn uOll ' ! ' ' ' ' : II , IIro In ncc(1 rYI
' 111111 ofTerIellty or ollortlllltlcs ) ) !
Cor IIvestmelitH of rupltul nol1lnbor. .
f' GO NOW I
'l'nlco mlvantl1So of this cXccItonnl !
ARI ( mn IIhollt mtca UtilI pnrtlclllnrR.
1'\1 \ Ilnl1ly 1I.llll . 3'011 "olUotl1ll1 IIOW In
l'rllltCll1Inttur nuollt the Southwellt.
G'ric ; Morlon
AGENTS W ANTED : 'j '
I.'I'ILIDOI , 12c , 15c , 400 and up. rortralta 300 , 600 ' " "
aDd up. OataloUo aDd Bamplell Hree. "j
IIUIJSO rollTIUtT < :0. : , 1188 IT. 11-.4100. . 61. . Clal. . . , . , III. . i
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