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Carrie Kinir. Ifariinirton. Mo.
'I have suiTerd for wars wit'i
ii!'ou-iie-v. and Ki.Im-v and l:er
cauj-ht a little cold, the pins ,
t incrczied end backache and
licadache wjre of frequent occurrence.
Hov..-icr IVni'.a cured m twelve
lojt ,-s made me a health v woman.
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writ ut dcl Tjit will pjf.iir yau a-id a .n w.il t - -j Si
cbh to il 5j ;kt pair ia iric-3 uaaaiiy cbarsod Tor , f
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Men who affect
feet ion for them.
virtues have no af-
..n e rt.r h is smrnK'Cd l)is
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LANES FAMILY MEDICINE
A ' d-ai.viiorhT ird2. rt f i c Buy it In
v l.itito. I iiniilr ."rlii-ir- in.,T , (,.
Ii.mrk inch iln. Ii -r t. i, . -vthi-i
ts..-ir A i.lr-i I- W Xr . ! 1 . . V.
Tiiis is what the Crenni S par.itor has
proved to be. Twenty yeais of experi
ence Uon the part of
hundreds of thou-ands
of iL-ei-s in e iy coun
try of the worid bear
witness to the fact.
2o one disputes it.
There neer wa a
letter time to make
investment than the
ireent. I3utter is u.i-
precedentedly high in price. It is mo-t
desirable that none be left go to waste,
and that the quality be such as to
command top prices."
If you have cteam to separate yo;i
cannot atTord to delay this investment a
tingle day. If wi haen"t the rcady
cah the machine w ill earn its cost while
you are paying for it.
The De Laval Separator Co.
Randolph . Canal Sts. i 74 Co te tdt S'rett
CHICAGO I NEW YOfi.S.
Typhoid Fever, Diphtheria,
Small Pox the germs of
these deadly discuses multi
ply in the decaying glue pres
ent in all kalsomines, and the
decaying paste under wall
Alabastine is a disinfectant: it
destroys disease germs and vermin:
is manufactured from a stone cement
base, hardens on the walls, and is as
enduring as the wall itself. Alabas
tine is mixed with cold water, and
any one can apply it.
Ask for sample card of
beautiful tints and informa
tion about decorating. Take
no cheap substitute.
Buy enly ia pound raca&ces
Graut Ave.. Grand Karids. Mich.
a iN'ew YcrL OSce. 105 Water St.
HIGHEST POSSIBLE AWARD
AT Tltt ST. LOWS WORLDS PAW.
Send us the n&mss of dealers in
your town who do rot .sell our
goods, and we will aend youa
collection of Dicl.ures.in coior.oi
faious towers of the woria. s
A. J-TOWER CO. ESTABLISHED I0S&.:
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ymm okaiuji co. tui , luauwo a;
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BSSK IMP SIEE
Quickly Cured by a Short
Course Gf Pe-ru-na.
mix vie e. McAllister,
wto J ' J -ii-.iiiiiv . writes
l 1 . U.. Ulirt.K .
:"-i:n 1-"T m-t rd street. Minneap-
a !'nn . a ffiliovi.
suffered tor ears with a pain In
the small of my back and right side, it
interfered often with mv domestic amd
social duties and 1 never supposed that
I would be cured, as the doctor's medi
cine did r.ot seem to help me any.
--Fortunatf'T, a m-mtfr of our Order
mlvw-n mv to'fy I'truaa and jravo it
suthlii'li prai-ft'it I di-oidi-d to try
it. Altiimi:li I -t.irT-l in iwth little
f-iith. I flt mj much U'.KTinavffk
that I felt 'nco-.imrfd.
I ','lUh It 1.111I11UI1J. ! -...
and am hajjy indeed to be able to ;i
that 1 am ei.Tirelv cured
"Words fail w express my gratitude,
trfect health once more is the best
thing I could wish for, end thanks to
Peruna. I enjoy that oou- "
Pain in tlu baik. or on the rijrht side.
Ho'-v ofU-n a phMcian hears this
( vor and over we hear women say:
I have a paid in the small of my back.
I liav-a pain in my rijjlit side, just be
low the ribs."
Tih-m. vmptom indicate pelvic or
Ti.v indicate that the bowels are not
aet-n- prop-rly-that the lm-r is out
i of ord. that the pelvic organs are
1 com.-. -ted.
IV lvu'i r.arrh tint i the name for it.
Peruna cures pehic catarrh, when
ail of these symptoms disappear.
'1 lie c.tarrh may Wall m the abdom
tn tl irjr'iii-.. when it would be properly
c:n!il :il.i(min.-i catarrh.
...,- ,-..i.. ;t w ,...f i:..i. ..n.. -f
internal catarrh which tan be reached
' ' ' ''' :l course ot treatment with
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Ve Irive on file thou,-aiiI- of tcti-
ino'ii.-'l-. -".milar to tiie above. It i- im-
p . -il.K- In re to rivc our reader more
fian om- .-t'o pviimeii, of the nnra-
l.iT.i rr t"ful and commendatorv lct-
T --. lr. ll.ir'mai is con-t.intly leceiv
inur iii IkIi. ill" of his famous catarrh
remed v. Peruna.
Mea is iaJ- from all le.vher.
list's, to lit iar I ot. Tj-t .-iro
The town ot" Kenneth. Cal.. has no
I-:- l...n.i: - j. I z
' miiiuiiii; an u lias put an iruu
door at the mouth of a mining tunnel.
and ill- tunnel makes a roomy and se
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El I w r.r-tda'iu-M-r.f lr. K"!lm'" (li-at Nfnt-KrIor-
er. Send f r Fit HZ tf .Oil ln.il bottlt- ind trrau-o.
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' The shortest road to riches lies
' through contempt of riches. Seneca
J of yorr posossions, but in the small
ness of your wants. IJrotherton.
i cuarantecd intorc-t semi-annually on all
investments, in tropical plantation "half as
Active managers and asrents wanted. E.
Moore, -Jll Odd Fellows" Bldg.,St.Louis.Mo.
Nowhere are hearts so hungry as in
the land of gineerbread.
IMPERIAL HERNIA CURE.
Dr. 0 S. Wood cures Rupture by
a new process, in a few weeks, with
out loss of time or inconvenience.
Rectal di-eaes cured without the
knife. Send for circular. O. S. Wood.
M. D., 521 X. Y. Life Bldg., Omaha.
Beans a Japanese Dainty.
Poins winch looked like the or
dmary lhr boan of this country,
cooked tendr-r and givm a coating of
sugar, were among the sweetmeats
t.-ered at a Japanese entertainment
the other day. Tiny are said to be a
common Japanese dainty.
Girl Turns Out Lights.
The Strassburg police were puzzled i
for some time by the fact that every
night a number of street lights were
turned off They finally succeeded in
catching the culprit a young girl,
who gave as her excuse for her
strange conduct that it amused her.
There is only one more exasperating
thing on earth than a balky hcrse. and
that's the, man who refuses to be con
vinced when you have presented plain
proof that black is white.
On the borders between China and
Rus-ia. in Aii. is a cood-ized town
known as Mirinatrhin. which inhab
it ! ecluhely by men. An old law
forb.ds women to live there.
With the coming of May, Hudson
liner iiaint:o!i opens, and both the
caj Iiik and the night boats palaces
o: elesance and n.oiu-ls of conjlort
will be once a earn m active service.
Traiel the earth over one will find no
irore beautfiul water trip than this
ournej up or down the historic river
that tiows majestically through a val
ley of peace, still bearing the foot
steps and scars of battle: still echoing
with the sounds of war. From "Vest
Pocket Confidences," in Four-Track
Xews for M?v.
Poor Russian Peasants.
So poor are the Russian peasants,
says Dr. E. J. Dillon, in an article
in the Nineteenth Century, that even
the roach and black beetle can not
find sustenance ia their huts.
For Rent or Sale. Two Ranches
' 3.000 Acres Each.
Located in Custer county on South
Loup river: consists of 500 acres good
'orn land. 30 alfalfa. 320 meadow and
the balance in pasture: good improve-
ments. Inquire of Victor
Once upon a time there was an au
tomob.le which ran slowly and care
fully through the streets of the
city. Fliecende Blaetter.
The practical man is he who turns
l'fe to the best account for himself:
rhe good man, he who teaches others
how to do so. Lord Lytton.
When you go into mixed company
the air you should carry with you
here is that of fearing no one and
wishing to offend no one.
If they are opened to tranquillity
and peace there is no quarter for dis
a sin back of
RISK LIVES TO GIVE AMUSEMENT
Daring Exploits of "Freaks" Who Court Death in Thrilling Feats
That Make Spectators Gasp.
Tfae daring, reckless flirting with
death for the purpose of amusing the
public, which has gone to such ex
treme lengths during the past three
or four years, will this coming season
reach a limit almost inconceivable to
the average mind.
The -thrillers" which will thrill tho
nnMl. j - -
H '1L ""ring tne suanner nave been
perfected by those "human freaks"
th nng, the past wnter, and some of
tnem have already been "put on" in
T rh The are real "tnri,lers-"
in tne past few years ingenious,
wild, incredible schemes havp nrocco.i
on runout a break, so that there has
hardly been a year when the freak of
out- tt?a-uii as good enough to be the
freak of the next.
Th circus people themselves won
Vr where the nerve of the freaks is
cuing to stop. They really thought, or
rriit-r. feare'. that it had reached the
limit when Fitzgerald, the one-legged
man, rode dovn an almost vertical
flight of Tair from the top of Mad-
is) n Squart Grrden to the arena on a
i,,,..,. pt ,f thv unn.ioro.i .i..
y f d TO fo",Iow u
, . . , ... ,1M-J'
, they had their pains for nothing. Be-
k re the season was ended, a dozen
plan? were on foot to beat the act.
Fitzgerald himself beat it by going
down the same terrible declivity in
tht net season on an automobile.
His bicycle Lad been improved on by
two men who tiew the staircase on a
single wheel one standing on the
other's shoulders and firing off a pis
tol as they sped.
Along came another man who rode
in an enormous cage made of slats set
widely apart. Gradually, as his veloc
ity increased, his wheel climbed the
side of the apparatus till he rode at
right ang!es to the slats. Before long,
three men were riding arcund in the
cage. Then others found that the act
would look mere thrilling if the cage
were lifted high in the air and had no
bot'oni to it. so that any accident
wruld certainly hurl the performers
outward and downward like a cannon
Then came the loop-the-loop freak,
and the public said that this surely
was the limit. So thought the circus
people themselves. They figured that
there might be some modification of
the thing, but that the limit of daring
mortal injury and death for wages had
probably been reached at last.
Yet within two years the loopthe
loop ride was lost before the loop-the-gap
ride, and in the same arena an-
'The Death Dip" in an automobile
other rider was thundering nightly
down an incline o sheer that no man
could climb it. dishinsr up another and
leajnntr from the end of it over more
than twentj five feet of space to the
up-tilted end of itill another.
These things looked pretty hard to
beat, and tl ey were. But they have
been hcateu again.
In Europe tc-day a woman is mak
ing y. har the program calls "A Flight
to the Moon.'" Hich up in the top of
the building is a painted canvas moon.
Opposite it is the up-tilted end of one
of these loop-the-loop contrivances.
The woman flies along on her wheel,
darts eft" the very end of the dizzy
road and goes spinning clean across
the arena, high over head, till she
strikes the moon, which opens and
takes in her aEd her wheel.
Scarcely had the people of Europe
had time to gasp at this before a Pa
rasian woman came out with some
thing that was indeed worthy of being
called "the biggest thing yet."
So bic was it that the American cir
cus promptly went "down into
Paula Edwardes recently received
the following letter, which is evidently
the work ot some polite lunatic:
"Dear Miss Edwardes: Knowing
you to be interested in anything novel
in theatrical entertainment, I should
like to make an appointment to show
jou my collection cf trained germs.
They have the well known flea circus
skinned to death. The star of the com
pany is a typhoid fever bacillus,
named Mike, who can stand on all sev
en of his hands and whistle 'Home.
Sweet Home' through his teeth. I
have also two young measles microbes
who do a sister act and a family of
diphtheria bacilli, the youngest of
which can tuck his limbs under his
neck and sit en both ears at once.
The performance can be given on a
stage two inches square. Kindly let
me know when and where ou will
see me." Minneapolis Times.
Telephoning to a Phonograph.
The disadvantages inevitable in
telephoning have been partially over
come by an intstrument of foreign
joake thocch the general serire-
1 tjf iiorEjaiiL,,
clothes" for ?5,000 a week for her and
brought her oer as its star attraction
for the season of 1905.
This new thrilling freak is a pretty
woman. Mauricia de Tiers is her
She seats herself in an automobile
high in the air on the top of a skele-
( ton structure as tall as a five-story
building. Defore her the runway
j points almost straight down till it
reaches a point about midway from
' the ground. There it turns inward
j underneath itself, like a vast hook,
I it ii-? ,, -,f ctrM,i f ;
It looks as if, once started from its
j giddy resting place, the heavv automo-
bile must surely flash down the in-
cline and drop wildly off into space
the moment it reaches the dip where
the roadway disappears.
The machine, with the little whit
clad figure in it, rips downward with a
roar. It dins down like lightning, still
clinging to the roadway, but upside
down, shoots off into the air with its
occupant head down, and the next mo
ment strikes the up-tilted segment of
a wooden roadway more than thirty
feet away with a crash. Stil! upside
down it darts down the under side of
this. till, completing the circle, the
j thing is right side up again and goes
careering along the incline, to the
I Auto bolide, they call it. The ride
. lasts four seconds. It is to be done
twice a day in this country. That
makes eight seconds a day or forty
. eight a week, which makes her -alary
I 55.000 for less than a minute's "work"
But how many persons would take
the ride one single time for the whole
week's salary or for the whole sea
The bicycle Loop-theGap has been
out freaked and out-thrilled, too. The
circus crowds of the season will see
two inclines facing each other and
each ending in the familiar loop with
the break or gap in it. The gap has
been vastly extended so that there are
more than 30 feet of open space now
for the riders to leap.
A rider starts at each summit. The
two wheels cash down, apparently
bound helplessly toward each other.
One. arriving at the end of his loop.
which inclines backward over itseii.
is hurled violently upside down and
catapults in a direction reverse to his
course. At tne same instant tne
other rider shoots into space from the
tippedup end of his runway, and the
two whiz by each other in mid-air.
as performed by Mile. De Tiers.
Bang Bang: They hit the upward
pointing end of the second loop at the
same moment. But they do not anni
hilate each other as one expects those
hurtling bodies to do; one strikes the ,
loop underneath and the other above. ,
The one who has been upside down
whirls around below, and even as his
wheel richts, he is hurled off again,
once more reversing his course, to
leap through the air a second time
and bounce with a shock onto a plat
form whence he rides off onto the ,
ground. The other in the meantime
has reached the end of his runwav i
and is also shot off and upward to a
platform at the opposite side.
What next? The circus people can't
But the chances are that i
somewhere somebody is trying to beat
these two feats already with some
thin? even more wildly spectacular
The membrane of a telephone,
whose vibrations are what physicians
call "forced" that is, they are main-
ability of the device has not been i
demonstrated by usage in this coun
try, according to the World's Work. It
may be described as an ordinary tele
phone with a phonographic attach
ment. While Mr. Jones is in his office
the attachment is not in use, but on
going out he connects it with the tele
phone. When someone calls for Mr.
Jones over the telephone, the phono
graphic attachment responds some
thing after this fashion: "Mr. Jones
is not in. This is a phonographic re
ceiver speaking. Kindly give me your
message and I will give it to him on
his return." On coming in Mr. Jones
sees from a signal that a message is
waiting him. He takes the receiver
and the phonograph delivers the mes
sages (perhaps there are many) that
have been confided to it.
University Faculty Colony.
A Stanford university .faculty col
ony is to be started at Carmel-by-the
Sea, southern California. Among those
who build summer homes there are
President Jordan. Professors Gilbert,
Stillman, Fish, Pierce, Merino, Elmore
and Canncn and Mrs. w a Kimball.
tained by the speaking voice, and the
disk is not left to itself to vibrate
freely takes only about a thousandth
of a second to get into full swing.
This has been ascertained by Dr. R.
Kempf-Hartmann. a recent German in
vestigator. who studied the motion of
the membrane by reflecting a spot of
light from a mirror, attached to it. so
that the light would leave its record on
a moving photographic film. From
such records he obtained a set of
curves for owels, diphthongs, and
consonants, and also for other sounds.
The membrane takes only two swings
j to attain its full
that the curve is
movement, and after
WHY RACES WERE DELAYED.
i Incident Showed Folly of
I A. F. MacDonald, who recently made
at Ormond. with a SO H. P. car. five
miles in a little over three minutes, is
' a prudent, no less than a skilled chauf-
MacDonald has no patience with
j reckless motoring. He believes that,
with ordinary care and caution, acci
dents might be altogether eliminated.
He said the other day:
"It is a shame that horrible fatali
ties so often occur in automobiling.
It is a shame that, at motor races, it
is possible to hear what I heard not
"An important race was to be run.
but at the hour of starting there was
some delay. The people became ini- j
patient over this delay. A man in a I
brown ponyskin coat accosted one of
the officials, and I heard him say:
" 'The race was scheduled for 2, and
here it is almost C. What is the
trouble? Why all this waiting?'
"The official answered politely:
" The ambulance surgeons, sir, have
not yet arrived.' "
Great Pagoda at Rangoon.
Rangoon, the principal city of Bur-1
ma, grew up around the sacred spot ,
on which is Luiit the great Shoay Da
gon pagoda, one of its principal won
ders. "Rising to a height of 360 feet,
its size is greatly enhanced by the fact
, tnat it slan(Is on an eminence that is
, itself Ut feel abme the level of the
cilv savs a writer. .It is covered
with pure gold from bae to summit;
and once in every generation this gold
is completely renewed by public sub
scription. Yet throughout the inter
val the process of regilding goes on
perpetually. Pious people who seek
in this way to express their venera
tion and to add to their store of spir
itual merit climb up daily with lntle
fluttering packets of gold leaf, which
they fasten on some friction of it
great surface. There is no more pic
turesque sight offered by it than that
of a group of these silken worshipers
outlined against its gold, in the act of
contributing their small quota to its
splendor. The pagoda itself has no in
terior. It is a solid stupa of brick
raised over a relic chamber."
Making Bed in the Woods.
If your bed is made on the ground
put a log at the head and a smaller
one at the fcot and cover the inter
vening space with a thick layer of
flat spruce boughs neatly laid, with all
the unnecessary sticks thrown out.
chop down some young balsams and '
strip them of all their twigs, collect i
a great stack of these twigs in front !
of ycr shack and. selecting all those
, of about twelve inches in length, be
i gin at the foot of the bed and work
i up, stickinc the butt ends of the bal
sam twisrs into the spruce boughs.
. Plr.ce them as close together as i os
! sible with their tops slightly inclined
to the foot of the couch. After all the
balsam is planted scatter the fine tips
cf some hemlock boughs over the bal
i sarn and spread your blanket over all
Any bag or pillow case filled with
hemlock and balsam tips make good
sweet-scentel pillows. Arnold
lett Parker in Recreation.
Suit rolls, which are something like
enlarged music rolls, come as a new .
wrinkle to athletes, especially base ,
ball, lawn tennis and golfing men, thi
season. Reallv thev are intended tc
i ," .i. t i..
keep out wrinkles in the clothing. Be
a place for a pair of shoes, an
: suit and shirt mav be laid flat
in the roll and the strapped into a
neat bundle. They come of canvas or I
leather, with handles like those on a
Mrs. Maybrick. who has returned to
America after fifteen years of impris
onment in England, tells an amusing
anecdote of her life there. In the Eng
lish prison the convicts are not al
lowed to use profane language, and down feelinsr, inflammation of the ova
the restriction becomes extremely ries. backache, flatulence, general de
irksorae for many of them. One of the tlity. indigestion and nervous prostra
keepers, says Mrs. Maybrick. was once , tion' !hfJ" sno"d remember there is
passing a cell when he overheard the I ?,"e,tred.ad true remt-dy. Lvdia E,
convict within talking loudly to him
self. The keeper stopped to listen.
"Out, damn spot:" he heard, repeat
ed over and over with intense empha
sis. "Here, you: " called the keeper. "No
swearmc stop that"'
The man drew himself up and re-'
plied, with dignity, "Do you mean to
tell me," he inquired, "that one can't I
even quote Shakpspeare in this place?'
Children Keep City Clean.
The children of San Rafael, Cal.,
have been formed into a junior section
of the local improvement club. Their
duty Till be to preserve the street
trees and to keep paper off the streets.
The Bishop's Timely Text.
One of the occasions when Bishop
Brooks preached at Harvard a special
musical service was given. Solomon
. better known to the students as
"Sol," agpin consented to sing for the
great preacher. He sang a solo before
the sermon in fine voice and in a beau
tiful way that touched his hearers.
The impressive silence that followed
was broken by the famous bishop's
text: "Saul, Saul, why persecutest
' thou me?" Boston Herald.
Insist on Getting It.
Some urocers say they don't keep
Defiance Starch. This is because they
have a stock on h.tmi of other brands
containinc only U ounces in a. pack
ape, which they won't be ab'e to sell
first, because Defiance contains 16
ounces for the same money.
Do you want 16 ounces instead of 12
ounces for same money? Then buy De
fiance Starch. Kenuires no cooking.
Ww H Was Chosen.
A well known lecturer, who had
been invited to serve as a substitute
in a country place, felt some nervous
ness, knowing he was to fill the place
of a more famous man. This feeling
was not diminished when he heard
himself thus announced by a long
limbed, keen eyed farmer: "This man
is our substitute. I don't know what
he can do. Time was short, and we
had to take what we could git!"
Cannot Reduce a Rate.
It is stated in Washington, that '
ander the Townsend rate bill, if a
rate is fixed by the Commission it
cpnnot be lowered by a railroad.
Should an emergency arise calling for
a decreased rate, the railroads or ,
shippers would have to appeal again
to the Commission, there being r.o
latitude allowed, whatever the cir- '
cumstances. Hitherto a maximum
rate has been the rule, but no such
concession is made under the pro
posed legislation. i
He who shields little sins will soon
be the slave of large ones. '
CAPT. GRAHAM'S CURE.
Sores on Face and Back Tried Many
Doctors Without Success
Gives Thanks to
Captain W. S. Graham. 1321 Eoff
St. Wheeling. W. Va.. writing under
date of June 14. '04. says: "I am so
grateful I want to thank God that a
friend recommended Cuticura Soap
and Ointment to me. I buttered for a
long time with sores on my face and
back. Some decters said I had blood
poison, and others that I had barbers'
ifch. Xone of them did me any good,
but they all took my money. My
friends tell me my skin now looks as
clear as a baby's, and I tell them all
that Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Oint
ment did it."
Petrified people, like petrified trees, (
take the finish polish.
How's This? I
W offar One Hundred Poliar Reward for ny
ease ot Catarrh that caaaol be cured by Uall'a
F. J. CHEVET 4 CO.. Toledo. O.
We. the undersigned. fcae known F. J. Cheney
fortbelt 15 rr. and believe him perfectly !mn
orable In all bu-lne-a tran-kHlon and financially
ab: tu carry o Jt any oblljil n made by hi- Qnu.
Waldim. Kismn A Mabtin,
W buler ale I)rasli. Tuledo. O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure 1 tura Internally, acting
directly u:i tlie bi-! and mucou- nirfucesot tb
ejMetu. 1 et!:uon!aW cut f rre. l'rlca 75 ctUU Pr
bottle Sold bv all I)rut:i.tM.
Take Uall" Family I'llU !ur consllp-ttloo.
Soul possessions are the only as-
i sets that count in heaven.
Dr. Dalil KiiiimIt Fittorltc nrmpil? Ia
IJer coiuilnlnt. and i t.rinVsth-luu'd tl HUru.-ljt. i
The richer the life within the sim
pler will be that without. '
Mr, fvinaiow'a ootlilntr rrnp.
Forrhlldrrn teethinir, softens the puns, reduces !
ZUmmatlua, allays pain, cures wlad cullc 20c a bottle.
It takes an empty head to rise to
the heights of fashion.
More Flexible and Lasting,
won't shake out or blow out. by using
Deran' Stare h you obtain better re
sult than possible wub any other
brand and one-third more for same
All power is born of pain.
"IT SAVEDMY LIFE"
PRAISE FOR A FAMOUS MEDICINE
Mrs. Willadsen Tells How She Tried Lydia ,
E. PinkhaaVa Vegetable Conpouid Just
ia Title. i
Mrs. T. C. Willadsen, of Manning,
Iowa, writes to Mrs. iMikham:
Dear Mrs. Pinkham :
I can trulv sav that vou have saved mr
life, and I cannot exprtss. nn gratitude to
you in words.
'Before I vrrote to you. telh'np you how I
felt, I had doctored for over two vears steady
n.nV?monv on medicines b.idps,
but it all faild to h-lp me. Mv nionthlv r-
riods had cwi.1 and I suffered much iT
with fainting sHK headache, backache and
bearing - .lo - .vn pains.
ami I vjiq est trir r
. J..,!) ItArll. t-fvv. nKn.- -1 A .
ham's Testable Compound, and I am so
thankful that I did. for after following vour
instructions, wnira you vnt me free of 'l
cnanr. my monttuv period staru-d ; I am
regular ani m penec: nmn. Hail it not
been for you I would le in mv grave to-dav
" I siwvMy trust that this lVttr mav lead
every suffering woman in the country to
write you for help as I did."
When women are troubled with Ir
rejrnlar or painful menstruation, weak
ness, leucorrhcea. displacement or ul
ceration of the wnmh tho v-:
"iwwms egeia Die compound at once
removes such troubles.
No other female medicine in the world
Has received such widespread and un
qualified endorsement. Refuse all sub-
' Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick women
I to write her for advice. She has iruided
Joasand3 to health. Address, Ly;
2n!nr Krr nnv1 hrlnMc.-... ... .
mm ittttt or e ail! send post paid at 10c a package. Wri
What's tho matter with yon ? If he docs,
the chances are ho may help you, but
nianv times women call on their family
physicians, sufToritig, as they imagine,
one from dyspepsia, another from heart
disease, another from liver or kidney dis
ease, another from nervous exhaustion
or prostration, another with pain here
and there, and in this way they all pre
sent alike to themselves and their easy
going and indifferent, or oer-busy doctor,
separate and distinct diseases, for which
he, assuming them to bo such, prescribes
his pills and potion-. In reality they are
ail only smnptoins caused by some womb
disease. The physician, ignorant of the
cause of suffering, encourages this prac
tice until large bills are made. The suf
fering patient gets no bettor, but prolui
bly worse, by reason of the delay, wrong
treatment and consequent coin plications.
A proper medicine like Dr. Pierce's Fa
vorite Proscription, directed to the cause
would have entirely removed tho disease,
thereby dispelling all those distressing
fevmptoms. and instituting comfort in
stead of prolonged misery. It has boon
well said that "a disease known is half
cured." In eases almost innumerable,
after all other medicines hud failed to
help and doctors had said there was no
curt possible, tho use of Dr. Pierce's Fa
vorite Prescription, supplemented when
necessary by the medical advice and
counsel of Dr. Pierce, has resulted in a
perfect and permanent cure. The genu
ineness of these cure- K attested not only
by the entire di-amn-anuice of pain, but
by a gain of Ilesli. a clear complexion
and a cheerful diixv-ition.
Cuke! Oh-.tix.vtk Casks." Favorite
and irrosularites. nrI.insiis or falling of
Prescription "is a jMsime cure for tlielhly free on reeei t.t . of - ;"
most complicated and oWmate cases of rfamzs to P '""'VKisi yVi"
loucorrhea. eveessne flowing:, painful a- ?i st mps. Addrt Dr. U. .
ii..ti.trttntinii. tmn.itnr:il .mirn-i-.iiiiis i lerctf. iH.ilalO, -. i.
the womb, weak hack, "female weak- r. rlCiU; h-rgely a mat
nes," antevorMon. retroorsinn. bearing-1 . V'r , 001
down sensations, chronu conception, in-! health, and good health w largely a mat
llammation and ulcerati- n of the womb. ' tor of health actiin of the U.weis. Dr.
inflammation, pain ami tend -rias of the ' Pierce's Pleasant Pellet, cure coiistipa-
ovaries. accompanied with "internal
Koiiable dealers recommend "Favorite'
Prescription." ith tricuv om-s. some-
thine else that pas them letter will
probably bo urged ii.uii jou as "just as
The Secret of Gcsd oi!ee
Even tho best housekeepers cannot nrnfco a good cup of
coffee without good inuterinL Dirty, adulterated and queerly
blended cofteo such as unscrupulous dealers shovel over their
counters won't do. But take the puro, clean, natural lluvorcd
LION COFFEE, the leader ! an package colfcesr-
tho coffee that for over n quarter of a century has been daily
welcomed in millions of homes and you will make a drink tit
for a kinsr in this wav:
HOW TO MAKE GOOD COFFEE.
Use LION COFFEE, b?in-e to qet le-t rctilw tou mnt ne the K-t coffee.
Grind voor I.IOX I OFFEE rather fine. 1 e tallenioiiifuI t each cup, and one
estra for tSe iot." F r-t mix it uith a little col.l water, enoimh t make a thick pastr. nwl
add white of an ecg (if egi: is to be tued a a tcttler), then follow one of the following rulrt :
lml. WITH BOILING WATER. Add bolltofl water, and let It boll
THREE MINUTES ONLY. Add a little cold water ami ct aside Mve
miautes to settle. Serve promptly.
2d. WITH COLD WA1EU. Add your eold water to the paste and
bring tt to a boll. Then set aside, add a little cold water, aud In Uve
rfautes lfs ready to nerve.
3 (Don't boil it too longr. . ,
-Don't lot it stand more than ton minutes before serving.
DOVTS (.Don't use water that has boon boiled before.
TWO WAYS TO SETTLE COFFEE.
lit. WMh Eggs, fee part of the -white of an eg?, mixing it with the pound LlOX
COFFEE tefore boiiini:. ,,...,, j
id. WUh Cold Wr'tr instead of esgs. After boiling add a dasa of cold water, and iot
aside for eight or tea mmutrti, then serve through a itraiuer.
Insist on getting a package of geaalac LION COFFEE.
prepare it according to this recipe ami yoa will only ase
LION COFFEE in future. (S11 only in 1 lb. sealed packages.)
(Lion-hend on every package.)
(Save thtse Lion-heuds for valualile premmms.)
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
WOOLSON SPICE CO., Toledo, Ohio.
W. L. DOUGLAS
W. I.. Iluiiela '!.. lO lir iirf th nr-:tli-.t wllir In tlie
W4rll lMr.iukir th-ir oxrt-llrnt IIb,'ub (Mlius inI ur.
rinr runni rrit:llit.-. 'I'lit-v arc Juat i ii'mhI u tliwsc thut
rml fru n S.VOO IdSl.OO. Thr only tliOrmirf is thf prlrr.
W. I. !titsl.i M.0 ahio cttat miirr f e urur, hall ChAr
Bh.iM-Im-IIit. wr.ir loiiT. anil ur" nfgrr.iHT .ilur limn any
olhrrV-t.-'af h- n Ihrmnrkrl l-Iay. W. I.. Itnnglas Buitr.
Hnlrft th-ir .ilutB ty t.tiniIii 111 ituino nti prtrt u ch
hwllnia nfrurh luif. l.Mk lur II. i'lLruowlnlilulf. W.l
loucl.ta -. aliun :irr aul:I diniujti lii uwn rrluil t;rrm In
thpprinrip l )('. :! I ry tntl-.l-r h-rr. ui.
ter Mrtitrri' iu lit r, UT.Im luulu alitxra urr tt Kliia our rravclt.
LETTER TIU:: OTHER JflKES T AW PRICK.
"for thf iLt I'trrr vntr I h irr te-rn W.Uh'tigJ it SX.V) Knr awl j'mn-1 it not
only as 9 't.'tit'- r hit mv t'k. "A i' I -r rtt rj mlUn of prtcr."
Cms. L.tirrri..lur. ' u'i.rr The I ipi'nt i' U t tni. Inli.m.ip-.hs. tnl.
Boys wear VI. L. Doadas $2.50 and S2.03 shoes becaase they fit
better, hold their shape, aad wear lontr taaa other makes.
W.LD0UGLA3 $4.00 SHOES CAMNOT 3E EQUALLED ATAHY PRICE.
It. 1i'i'J (' n 1 ' t'l'tlri ir Am S3 V 1.. ''ran
Cult Ii 'itudrr il t,j 'h Ttrt'it pl'tnt trl' it pri'ttil.
FsTi.zt 1: vi:i.rr ivi 1.1. xot wi:a k iitt.r
W. I- IViacH-. ln tht l.iri:t lirx" mill onler tMiii- in th worll.
No irr.uMf t lM a St 4 tiu . 2S . riri ntixv (Mivrry. lfoji1-sr-timber
information. trri' f r l fin' I Cur tim f Spnna .ttu'
W.L.DOUCLAS, BROCKTON, MASSACHUSETTS
Baaaaabt ' t-JJ " MSi
Have you mone- that is idle, or whir h should be
invested ? Do you want a loan against our farm ?
Write for circulars of the oldest 1 nd strongest
Savings Bank in Nebraska.
Gin SAVINGS B&HK, 2CI S. 16th Si., QFMSIl.
BIY TIILR G0-CWI AND BABY CABBIAOES
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A CLEAR. HEALTHY SKlNP
biziioI s Eczema
and Znn Beaedy
Purifies, Then Heals
I y '-' Eczema. V plcj.
Kr " i -t Illte ai
Ki . . ' n. Aa alto'cte cutt
for r"1 - r Scala U a-
Ask Dra-vist t r tend 1 TRZE
SAMPLE aaa EOl -1 Write nnlj
DepL 6. SAKDHr T ?.CG CO, Des ilaiaes.
pit A P1TLESS SCALES. 1- '
a- v lfr- - ?aaJui ' '
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ECM-' Z-'-'Z., Cts Ksisss, l:5.
. .-?' eclo's si . wool a-t r.ction equ?!l; !! zni is Guaranteed to cw 3ffrc, ruiT
h to Dje. 3!each and SI: Colors. JiO.Miif.jUtuco.. Ut.iontate. MiUu
x for frer tot
$100 Weekly Easily Made
: 'a-uraace.experleace na-
good. Perhaps It Is for them, bat tft
can't bo for you.
Dr. R. V. Pirate. Buffalo. X. Y.:
Dear Sir I suffered for four year wltb
fallliur of womb and general female weak
ness, had terrible backaches and headaches
and exieclally distressing times at monthly
periods. Our family ptijslcian prescribed
several remedies but although he wis an old
and excellent doctor he wa unatilo to relieve
me. Dr. Pierre's Favorite Inscription was
brought to my attention and spoken of so
highly that 1 decided to change medicines
and take that. 1 was Indeed pleased to timl
that tlil remedy relieved my pains within
two days, and at tho next period, there wm
a groat change for the IiotU-r. After ten
weeks' use of tho Favorite Prescription '
I was not only cured bat my general health
was much better than It had Urn for thrert
years. 1 took on flesh, my complexion be
came smooth and clear, ami I now enjoy tha
best of health, thanks to Dr. l'itrco's etUcient
Mrs. A. E. Hoht.neh.
1 Seventh Street. PortlandOregon,
Dr. Pierce's Favorite lYocription con
tains no alcohol, is entirely vegetable and
was the first exclusively woman's tonic
on the market it has sold more largely
in tho past third of a century than any
other medicine for women.
All other compounds intended for wom
en onlv are made with alcohol, or alcohol
Is a large component, Thisalcohol injures
the nerves. The little nl corpuscles of
the blood an' shrunken by alcohol. All
such compounds, therefore, do harm.
"Tho People's Medical Advisor" con
tains several chapters devoted to tha
phvsiologv of women, with directions for
sou-treatment which every woman ought
to read. A paper-nouna copv sent .mso-
l"v rT?,s. ..,- .?- tuKl tomans
turn, nicy are s:ilo. sine uin s-w.
I u ml taken do not h.e to lo taken
always. One little "Pellet'
is a gentle
laxative, and two a mild
cathartic, lhey never lJpl IrvfC
hy all druggists.
'.Ci, 'Tr ar
From Mukrr 10 l'r.
Cut out Aitriit- I'railf.
SAVE A ClEAIN 9100
Don't think of li'iin!t n piano with
out tirst K"ttlrisr our j,i t It-r prices and
UTmt on the famous ""utller" pianos
and 20 othor rnakt"
o ;. .
TWEITY BUSHELS OF WHEAT
TO THE ACRE
Is the record on
the Free Home
stead Lands of
lb "- tt
'- tfce I'nlul Statei.-rtc
d .'- nave gone to Canada
k. n l.ero-n aa Importer cf
--:-a! iurc(iae a farm ta
v j t ania inl V'oae nt it tbose vaa nil!
te p pruiace It.
App'yfTfn' a n '.' Sap'ln'-Er!ent of In.ml-
Ea: n & ,i 4 r! u-tn.r!zed Canai'ao
vTimeit ." V. lSmaclt, ; JCew Vuik
M'- Hui (I'a? e-'.4-.k..
I'lease say a L i ' tU alTerttieseni.
M CORE VV
F "- '? hauTind-a "pi-cis.;
.r. MrhOmuhi H II. m
Trrtniriit ha p-raur-r.'lf
- ''.ouTruli, it maU ;.
l jti- ca-. r.d wr!: fo- I"rr
iiniltrT- r meat M-l-
nnf;fn i. t.j rj paci-K Bo
""X OtT.c' ' cuth Uth Stfat.
Vhen Answering Advertisement'
Kindly Ment'on This Paper
ftriMr. MaT'af unxrat iri
LUKth WHlKi- All f ISP :aI!.
st Cctuh syrup. To.-: Goxl.
in time. ?oIa by druggists.
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W. N. U. Orr.ana.
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