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There is no country in the world
Xbere so many people and such a
large proportion of the total popula
tion live -without doing any physical
or mental -work, and on the earnings
of other people as in India. The
Nowadavs everv callow and affect-1
ed young girl wants to "study art."
Simplicity's what she ought to study,
if she but knew it. New Orleans
THE BEST COUGH CURE
Many a lozesonie and expensive
trip to Florida, California or the
Adirc-ndacks has been saved by
the use of
J Kemp's Balsam
4 the best cough care. If this great
f) remedy will not cure the cough, no
medicine will, and then all hope
rests in a change of climate but
try Kemp's Balsam first.
Sold by all dealers at cc and 50c.
25 ounces for 25 cents
The article "
f r apon
3i0&l3 SHOES S
W. L. Douglas $4.00 Cilt Edge Line
cannot be equalled at any price.
.L.JOUGLAS MAKES AMD SELLS
MORE MEM'S S3.SO SHOES THAM
AMY OTHER MAMUFACTUREM.
CIA flflfl REWARD to anycre fco em
9 1 UjUUU discrove this ttatement.
W. L. Douglas 53.50 shoes have by their ex
cellent tle. easy fitting, and superior mealing
qualities, achieved the largest rale of any 53.50
shoe In the world. Thev are ust as good as
thoe that cost you 55.00 to 57-00 the only
difference Is the price. If I could take you into
my factory at Brockton. .Mass.. the largest In
the world under one roof making' men's fine
hoe, and iow vnu the care with which eery
pair of Douglas hoes is made, you would realize
why W. I Oou las $3.50 shoes are tkt best
Abocs rrnducel in the world.
If 1 could show ou the difference between the
hoes made in mv factory and those of ether
makes, you would understand why Dou das
53.50 shoes cot more to make, why they hold
their shape, fit better, wear longer ."and are of
greater intrinsic alue than any other $3.50
hoe on the market to-day.
W. L. Dmumlmm Stfmttm Mmdm Snmrnrn fmr
CAUTION. Insi-t upon bivirr W.L-IVinf:- ,
la shoe. Tiler an snbtitite. None pemiine
withoct hi nam and price stamped on bottom. (
WANTEH. A -hoe dealer in every town where
V L. Douclis S .ire not old. "Full line of
samples ent free for Inspection upon request. I
fast Color Eyelets used, fey ur il rot wear brassy. I
TVnJe for Illn-t-ited Catalog of Fill Stvles. I
IV. L. DOUGLAS. Brockton. Maw.
Draw Your Own
TEXAS is the only State in the Union
with room enough for a population
preat enough to consume its total pro
duction of food, fabrics and building
Big- enough? Yes ! Now here is the
Suppose you are an Iowa farmer. Ac
cording to Government reports the
average value of crops in Texas is 52 00
per acre more than in Iowa; and the
average returns on Texas farms are
twelve per cent greater. The average
acreage of Texas farms is 337 acres as
compared with 157 acres in Iowa. With
products yielding better returns with a
minimum amount of labor, mild winters
and plenty of room does it not seem to
tou that Texas promises much?
The possibilities were never brighter
than now for men seeking to better
their condition. In five years' time
these possibilities will be gone. You
should :nat.e the change now while the
prices of farming lands are reasonable
and investment opportunities are not
overdone. W hy not locate in a progres
sive loealitv and grow up with the
country? It will certainly pay you to
investigate conditions whether you im
migrate to Texas or not.
I can give you many valuable point
ers about locations where prospects are
brightest. Write me tell me what you
want, how much you have to invest. I
will give you information and gladly
assist youin getting in touch with the
fCrlte to-av for a FSEE copy or y
book "Texas. S&res
S. G. LANGSTOW
Canacal Immigration Agent.
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Best Coosa ejrn-x Tastes Good. CsePS
P3 in time. Sole by drasstsra. PJl
Show Lack of Intelligence.
It is astonishing how interested
some folks can get in the announce
ment that a new satellite has been
discovered near Jupiter, and how little
they care when you try to tell them
about your new baby.
Immense Growth of Seaweed.
The largest plant in the world
j probably a species -of seaweed, which
i ten attains a length of 300 feet The
stems are dried and used as ropes by
I the South Sea islanders.
The Richest Man.
Croesus was king of Lydia, a coun
try of Asia Minor, in the seventh cen
tury before Christ, and was renowned
for his prodigious wealth. His coun
try was conquered by Cyrus and an
nexed to Persia, 546 B. C. His wealth
gave rise to the expression, "As rich
vj Croesus." But with all his money
h& could not buy food so wholesome,
nourishing and palatable as Pills
bury's Vitos. the leading cereal fooc
cf the day.
Ancient Statue of David.
A status of the Sumerian Kin:
David, found at Bismya, Babylonia,
recently, it is believed to date back to
4500 B. C.
is the wonderful raising powder of the
Wave Circle. Thousands of women are
bringing greater health and better food
into their homes by using K C Baking
?owder. Don't accept a substitute!
Use the safe, wholesome and reliable K C
Baking Powder. If you have nev er used
it you don't know what you've missed.
Book of Presents
$16 AN ACRE
Canada is the
farmers wil I
25 Bushels to the Acre Will be the
Average Yield of Wheat.
The land that this vras prcsra oa cost many of
the farmers absolutely nothing, while those
who wished to add to the 160 acres the Govern
ment grants, can buy land adjoining at from 53
to 510 an acre.
Climate splendid, school convenient, rail trays
close at hand, taxes low.
Send for pamphlet "20th Century Canada"
and full particulars regarding rate, etc, to
Superintendent of Immigration, Ottawa,
Canada, or to the following authorized
Canadian Government Agent "W. V. Bennett,
601 JCew York Lire Uuildinc, Omaha, Nebraska.
(Mention this paper.)
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SLICKER Lilt CT?
Fart)r years acjo and after mary years
oi use on the eastern coast. Tower's
Wfeterproof Oiled Coats were introduced
in the West and were colled Aiders by
uvc pionrcio ana comxya. i nu rapruc
name has cone into such General use that
it is frequent though wrongful! applied
io man su&sxitaiea. You want trie genune
look tor the oign of the nsfxand
inenme lower on the wittons.
fUDC M KACX At YBLOW A
SOLD BY REPBESENTATtVl TRAM
ira; nwKW uwck. ml
A. JLT0WH Ca.BOSTOII.MASS.U.S.A.
troubled with His peculiar to
tieir sex, used as a doucne is maryeloasjy rnc-
?.M. inn ii mmj i i i i , ill, n in i i n i i ii ii
Steps aiscsares, anus inuammiUOS aaa locu i
J?ixt:ae is in cowcer forra. to be dissolved in cere
water, and is far more deasine, heal:g, germicidal
ar.. economical than lu-cid antiseptics for all
TOILET AND WOMEN'S SPECIAL USES
For sale at druggists, 50 cents a box.
Trial Box and Book of lastructions Free.
The B. PazTOM Company Boston. Mas..
CURES I50c. and si.oo.l
Send for Circular -run Directions.
Sr. EAR1.S.SLGAN, 615 Albany StJost:R.Ms.
"Folio tSe Flaa"
To many points in Illinois, Indiana.
Ohio. Kentucky. Vsern Pennsylvan
ia, New York and Wer-t Vircmia. at
GREATLY REDUCED RATES.
The WABASH has solid road-bed.
rock ballast, ana new equipment. Re
cinmg ciair cars iSEATS FREE.)
For rates, maps ard all information
call at Wabash City Office. 1501 Far
nam St. or add-ess
HARRY E. MOORES.
G. A. P. D.. Wab. R. R-. Omaha. eb.
".SSTlMipsfi't Eyi Wafer
to tot lrosv
MUO IS CITY'S CHIEF STAPLE.
and Utensils of Yezd
Made of the Earth.
"One of the -most extraordinary
cities in the world is Yezd, in central
Persia," writes a traveler. "It is sit
uated in the midst of a vast salt des-
ert which stretches for hundreds of
miles in all directions. The nearest
inhabited place of any size is Ispahan,
and that is 200 miles away. The In
habitants of Yezd who have been
away from Yezd during their lives
number, perhaps, two or three score,
and the bulk of these have cot ex
tended their travels further than &hi
raz or Kirman in the one direction,
or to Ispahan in the other. Yet be
tween 50.000 and 60.000 people make
the place their home. For ninety
nine out of every 100 of these the
great outside world has not merely
no Interest it has absolutely no ex
istence at all.
"Yezd is a city made almost entire
ly out of mud. Not only are the
houses built of this material, but the
very furniture, the firepans, the bar
rels for grain, the children's toys, the
bread receptacles, even the beds, are
simply mud, molded into a rough
J form and dried in the sun
"In the Yezd shops the goods, most
ly mud, are displayed on tiers of mud
ledpes. and there is a mud room be
hind. The bakers' ovens are of, mud,
down to the very doors. Many of the
Yezdis even eat mud and develop an
unwholesome muddy complexion in
Hint for the Bald.
Gillicuddy Miggleberry writes
i as as follows:
i "It is not generally known that it
is a simple matter for a bald man to
I relieve himself of the one great worry
! of the summer months, i. e., flies get
1 ting on his bald head. It is a well
known fact that flies have a marked
predilection for sugar, and will eat it
in preference to almost anything e-se.
"If you are bald, and you feel that a
1 fly has alighted upon your head
I which is easily ascertained, as the
j feet of the fly will create a slight
tickling sensation as the fly walks
1 around and around looking for trou
, ble if a fly has alighted on your head,
; then take out a lump of sugar which
I you may carry in your pocket for just
such an emergency. Place the sugar
on a shelf at the same altitude as the
top of your head, and the fly will nine
times out of ten leave your cranium
tor the sugar lump.
I "By watching the sugar, you can see
when it has as many flies as it can
I hold; then take another lump from
your pocket and place it beside the
first one. An ordinary lump of sugar
will accommodate from 15 to lt flies.
One hundred lumps of sugar should
be a sufficient quantity to carry in the
pocket for ordinary emergencies."
Easing the Pressure.
"Mr. Kiljordan," said the young man
with the bill, "would it he convenient
for you to "
"No, it wouldn't." stormily inter
rupted Kiljordan, looking up with
blood in his eye. "You addlepated
idiot, don't you know enousrh not to
( interrupt a man when he's at work?
The payment of this installment isn't
due till to-morrow, anyhow, you dad-
i dinged lunkhead! For half a cent I'd
throw you out of the window! Take
your gum-dasted face out of here or
The terrified youth waited to hear
no more. He darted out through the
door and made for the stairway, down
1 which he went three steps at a time.
"What ails you, Kiljordan?" asked
the man at the other deck. "Why
did you try to scare that boy half to
, "I've no grudge against the boy,"
' he answered, turning to his work,
1 "but I couldn't swear at the woman
with the gentle manner and the neigh
borhood charity scheme, who had
buzzed me for half an hour before he
, came in, and I had to let out on some
body." When Peggy Pokes the Fire.
When Peggy pokes the kitchen fire
She makes a picture fair;
I linger till I miss my car
To see her working there.
She takes the poker half way up.
Perhaps a little higher.
Falls on her knees before the range
And starts to poke the tire.
Her slender arms are fair to see.
Bared to her elbows white:
1 7Tr irmrpfiil mm'PmpnN n h -in"t
Just fill me with delight.
Left handed? Oh. but what of that?
I never could quite tire
i Of seeing Peggy on her knees
While poking at the fire.
j What tho the coal comes tumbling down.
nd one side all goes out?
She sas a man can't poke a fire.
She knows what she's about.
And so she pokes and jabs away,
...... w . ...
nile 1 can put admire
-ine wannve picture sue presents
While poking at the fire.
I often wish to move away
upon i whit ir?fi.
Where Pegey could attain the set
5ha falTins MrnpH In m&fT.
j But one thing ever holds me back
'. From promenading higher:
Poor Peg would nnd the gas ranges there.
And couldn't poke the fire.
I New York Times.
German Kaiser an American Citizen.
1 The commissioner general of immi
I gration has the legal papers making
I Emperor "William of Germany a citi
, zen of the United States. The certifi
cate is signed by Judge Thayer Melvin
and Charles H. Henning. clerk of the
court of Ohio county, "West Virginia.
Several years ago Jacob Ohlinger
1 came to the United States, and, as he
thought, took out his papers. Recent
ly he made a visit to the fatherland
and when he returned an immigration
inspector confiscated his papers and
1 sent them to Washington. The blank
( containing the applicant's name was
1 filled out by the clerk of the court so
as to read: "It is thereupon consid
ered, ordered and adjudged by this
, court that the said emperor of Ger-
many be and he is hereby admitted a
! citizen of the United States." Chica
1 go Chronicle.
; Difference in Creeds.
( "I ran across two new sects np In
Minnesota, a few days ago," said the
returned traveler. "In a village of a
few hundred people I saw two large
churches. I thought there must be
intense piety among the natives,
coupled with a difference of opinion,
and I made some inquiries.
"'Yah," sa.d the Swede, 'das wan
we tank Ev she made Adam ate ap
ple, an' das wan we tank Adam dam
rascal all time.'"
Have Proved Their Worth.
The campaign undertaken by Inter
ested publications to undermine the
faith of the people in proprietary
medicines has drawn forth the follow
ing from a high medical authority:
"It must never be forgotten that the
interest of the manufacturer is to put
out a remedy which is not only meri
torious but safe. With a small army
of enemies constantly on the alert,
ready to seize upon and magnify every
unfavorable circumstance, how few
are the cases of accident or injury
from the use of proprietary medicines!
Complaints in regard to the use of
such remedies are exceedingly rare
and utterly insignificant, in compari
son with the amount sold and the mil
lions of people who avail themselves
of these remedies."
NOT A TRACE LEFT
Rheumatism Thoroughly Cured
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for
There is oue remedy that will cure
rheumatism iu any of its forms and so
thoroughly eradicate the disease from
the system that the enre is permanent.
This "remedy is Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
for Pale People and the proof of the
statement is found iu the experience of
Mr. T. S. "Wagar, of No. 72 Academy
street, "Watertowu, N.Y. He says :
" The pain was in ray joints and my
sufferings for over two years was beyoud
description. There was an intense pain
in my shoulders that prevented xne from
sleeping and I would get up and walk
the floor at night. When I began taking
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills the improve
ment was gradual, but by the time I had
taken four boxes I was entirely cured
and I have not had the slightest touch
of rheumatism since that time."
Mr.Wagar's wife is also enthusiastic
in her endorsement of Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills. She says: "I have tried the
pills myself for stomach trouble and
have experienced great relief from their
use. My daughter, Mrs. Atwood. of
Gill street, Watertowu, has used them
for female weakness aud was much ben
efited by them. I regard Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills for Pale People as an ex
tremely valuable family medicine."
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have cured the
worst cases of bloodlessness, indigestion.
influenza, headaches, backaches, lum
bago, sciatica, neuralgia, nervousness,
spinal weakness, and the special ail
ments of girls aud women whoe blood
supply becomes weak, scanty or irregn
lar. The genuine Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
are guaranteed to be free from opiates or
any harmful drugs and cannot injure
the most delicate .-ysteni. At all drug
gists or from the" Dr. Williams Medi
cine Co.. Schenectady, N.Y., postpaid,
on receipt of price, 50 cents per box,
six boxes for 2.50.
London's Deaths by Accident.
London's average death roll by acci
dent among males is between four
and five a day. London's male popu
lation number 2,167,S97, so that the
risks of death by accident are more in
London than in the rest of the coun
try. Every two days throughout the
year nine Londoners are killed by un
Important to Mothers.
Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA,
& safe and sure remedy for infants and children,
and see that it
Iu Tse For Over 30 Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought,
School for Aeroneauts.
Paris has a school for aeronauts and
contemplates a second. In the one al
ready in existence beginners in the
navigation of the air can get instruc
tion in the last theory and practice
or airship management. Anchored bal
loons with cables as high as 400 me
ters (aoout 440 yards) in length are
at the disposal of the pupils.
The Isthmian Canal.
Now that the Canal Treaty has
been ratified, we may expect to see
work resumed in a short time, and
the great canal-ships, carrying huge
loads of Pillsbury's Vitos to all parts
of the world. By the way, have you
ever eaten Vitos? You'll like it bet
ter than any other cereal food.
Must Blame Something.
If a man misses a train he is trying
to catch it is hard for him to make
himself believe it isn't because he has
to support a big family. New York
Here is Relief for Women.
Mother Gray a nurse in New York, dis
covered a pleasant herb remedv for women's
ills, called AUSTKALIAN-LgAF. It is the
only certain monthly regulator. Cures
female weaknesses, Backache, Kidney and
Urinary troubles. At all Dru-rrists or by
mail 50 cts. Sample mailed FREE. Address,
The Mother Gray Co., LeRoy, N. Y.
A girl seldom marries her ideal,
which is one reason why there is so
much happiness in the world.
should be in every household, none so
good, besides 4 oz. more for 10 cents
than any other brand of cold water
The man who said eternal vigilance
was the price of liberty probably nev
er tried a campaign cigar.
Mr. Cin9lowa Soothing Syrorp,
For children teetalcir, tof less the pn-ns, redaces tfe
Cam-naaon. allaya pola. carea wtaj colic 25catntOSk
True, the pen may be mightier than
the sword, but the pencil isn't much
good without the help of a knife.
Men who worry because they are
compelled to work, worry the most
when they have no work.
When a woman wins at cards there
comes into her face an exceedingly
A widow understands the most ef
fective method of sympathizing with a
Some men mind their own business
so well that they fail to catch many a
To the woman in love every senti
ment expressed is deftly turned to
suit her feelings.
A woman who is jealous Is almost
as exasperating as a man who Isn't.
Reality and Seeming.
There is an old Greek proverb
which says: "We are what we seem.""
Note that! Not "We are what we
are," which would really be a finer
sentiment and far more popular with
Cold Bath Cures "Insanity."
Miguel Antony, a murdered under
sentence of death in San Quentin state
prison. California, ferigned insanity,
but was "cured" by a cold bath every
time he .manifested symptoms.
It is hard to define the typical Eng
lishman. One might take a London
policeman, a naval officer, a success
ful farmer, an honest city man, a
manufacturer, the British workman, a
bishop, an eminent Nonconformist
divine, and a large land owner, and
roll them into a kind of composite be
ing. Perhaps the result would repre
sent the type. Exchange.
Altar Erected by Roman Soldier.
A perfectly preserved Roman altar,
four feet in height and of square for
mation, has been discovered at the
site of an ancient Roman camp at
Newstead, near Melrose, England. An
inscription upon it in accurately chis
eled Roman letters reads: "To the
great and mighty Jupiter, Carolus,
centurion of the 20th legion, the vali
ant and victorious, cheerfully, willing
ly and deservedly paid his vow.
There is a pessimist in every park.
There is a growler in every gand.
There is a kicker in every crowd. It
is fashionable to fuss. It is the rage
to reform. It is distinguished to des
pair. It is courageous to condemn.
Every dog must have his day. Lon
don Daily News.
Teaches Girts to Make Butter.
There is a society in Norway, which
In order to increase the output of but
ter for the British market, offers a
six months' course, with free board
and tuition, to young country girls
who wish to learn how to take care
of cows and make the best butter.
Lewis' "Sinple Binder" straight 3c cigar.
The highest price 5c cisnir to the dealer
and the highest quality for the smoker.
Lewis' Factory, Peoria," HJ.
First Application to Burns.
For burns, the first thing to do is
to exclude the air, but do not use
water, or put on dry eloths. The best
things are caron oil, vaseline, cosmo
line, lanoline. olive, linseed or castor
oil. or even lard and butter, provided
they are not salted or rancid. If
nothing else is near by use mascilage,
molasses or milk, especially cream.
i to be told to their physician at this
Why It Is the Best critical period.
is because made by an entirely differ- t When a girl's thoughts become slug
ent process. Defiance Starch is un- jrish, with headache, dizziness or a dis
like any other, better and one-third position to sleep, pains in back or lower
more for 10 cents ' limbs, eyes dim. desire for solitude?
, when she is a mystery to herself and
He Sold and Left. j friends, her mother should come to her
A lawyer had a horse that always j aid, and remember that Lydia E. Pink
stopped and refused to cross a certain ham's Vegetable ' Compound will at
bridge leading out of the citv. No ' this time prepare the sstem for the
wnipping. no urging, would induce ' coming change, and start the menstrual
Mrr, t I co o o'rico' h, IK-P0-1 I1 a -V?UI? S vl S life Without
.m v..v,o ... v. .....v....-.. ....,
"To be sold for no other reason than
that the owner wants to get out of
town." Pittsburg Press.
All Up-to-Date Housekeepers
use Defiance Cold Water Starch, be
cause it is better, and 4 oz. more of it
for same money.
Easy to Please Londoners.
The manager of a theatrical com
pany stated in a London court the
other day, in the case of a singer who
had sued him, that the singer's voice
had disappointed him at Ufracombe,
but he had given him another trial in
London, because "London audiences
are the easiest to please in the world."
Every housekeeper should know
that if they will buy Defiance Cold (
Water Starch for laundry use tne?
will save not only time, because it
never sticks to the iron, but because
each package contains 16 oz. one full
pound while all other Cold Water
Starches are put up in -pound pack
ages, and the price is the same. 10
cents. Then again because Defiance
Starch is free from all injurious chem-1
icals. If your grocer tries to sell you
a 12-oz. package it is because he has
a stock on hand which he wishe to
dispose of before he puts in Defiance, i
He knows that Defiance Starch has
printed on every package in large let- J
ters and figures "16 ozs." Demand De
fiance and save much time and money t
and the annoyance of the iron stick
ing. Defiance never sticks.
Sins of the imagination are by no
means imaginary sins.
STIFF AND SORE
from head to foot? Can't work
today, but tomorrov you can,
as tne Old-Monk-Curs
St. Jacobs Oil
will softsn asd hsal the
muscles while you sleep.
It Conquers Pain
When Answering Advertisements
Please Mention This Paper.
W. N. U. Omaha.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
CtristsMrBskfihteTSii4fBstercs(srsthuisnTtrda. One 10c oackate colors all fbers. The the in cold water better than an. nfw a Y.,e,
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Jackdaw in Flywheel.
A pet jackdaw was missing in a
large machinery shop near Kilmar
nock, Scotland, the other day, but was
found Inside a large flywheel, after
it had circulated for over two and a
half hours at 176 revolutions a min
ute. The bird was unhurt.
Press Salmon Into Bales.
The Japanese method of preserving
the salmon which are caught in large
numbers at Sakhalin is to salt them
down and press them into bales.
Umbrellas in Abyssinia.
Nearly everybody in Abysssinia car
ries a Robinson Crusoe straw um
brella, which can not be clotted.
Watch Style of 1770.
One of the fads of 1770 was the
wearing of two watches.
Oldest British Colony.
New foundland is the oldest colony
of Graet Britain.
FROM GIRLHOOD TO WOMftNHBOD
Mothers Should Watch the Development of Their Daughters
Interesting Experiences of lisses Borman sod Mills.
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Every mother possesses information
which is of vital interest to her young
Too often this is never imparted or is
withheld until serious harm has result
ed to the growing girl through her
ignorance of nature's mysterious and
wonderful laws and penalties.
Girls" over-sensitiveness and modesty
often puzzle their mothers and baffle
physicians, as they so often withhold
their confidence from their mothers
and conceal the symptoms which ought
i pain or irregularities,
, Hundreds of letters
from voun? girls
and from mothers, expressing their
gratitude for what Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compoundhas accomplished
for them, have been received by the
Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., at
Miss Mills has written the two fol
lowing letters to Mrs. Pinkham, which,
will be read with interest :
Dear Mrs. Pinkham: (First Letter.)
"I am but fifteen years of age, am depressed,
have dizzy spells, chills, headache and back
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compoiid Hakes Sick Vemen Wcis
tik&9 . A?Tltefll 2
I & "They Say It Cures r
j 19 Where All Others Fail" hJP
I JUDGE or. DOLPH DRUG CO. IIC .ftitV !&
"From present indications, it won't be verv
long before Mull's
, t .l C 1' A'
uiKuy sum lur curoupjuon ana siomacn irouoie. It is
the only one now in our store that b selling to amount to
anything. Our customers are actually enthusiastic about it.
"They say that it cures constipation and stomach
trouble where all others fail. That it builds up and strength
ens the digestive organs and the whole general system.
In bet. we hear more good wards about this remarkable
remedy than anything that we carry in stock.
"Those who have used MulTs Crape Tonic not
only tell us that rt is a certain cure for stomach trouble
and constipation, but they tell others. We have new
customers calling for it constantly who have been sent
to the store by those who have been cured."
JUDGE & DOLPH DRUG CO.. 515 Olive St. St. Louis, Mo-
.tT.,'1T " 9,tlllae . ol for josc asd old aa MCU5 GRAPS
TOMC. It bnil.ls tip aa pats the stomach, tho bovela. the wtule
Glgealire system la perfect condition to do Its natural wort. It L
indeed nature's owa trae tonic, made from th p-oSncts of nararp'a
oa atoreaoais. It do- not shock or weakes th delicate orjrisj and
thus make a bad matter worse. It Is healing-, scotainjr. strecsicesin
and pleasant to take.
MULLS GRAPE TONIC CURES
sad all th diseases which thy canse. Yocr own pbv-ician win tell
yo that nearly every caae cf pile, billouineis. typhoid ttvr. slci
neadache. blood and skin dieaei. appn.J-cltl). Lerrotj3 aS-ctlons
and every kind of fema!s t-oable ar dinwttr pt".t-i t.-r !if o.rini
and constipation. ByremorinK the caa asdeansx tfc pares; d!s
aae Mt'LL'-J OUAPS TONIO cura these dani-encs complication
23 cent, 50 cents and Sl.M siie bottle, at all drocjrlst. The $1 00
size contains ahont 6 times as much as the 55 cent li? aid about 3
times aa much as the Ed cent size. It pays to boy the largest :ze.
EDE Upon receipt of your address, your drrrzift s name a cd ire. to pT
J " fc txetaze -e w'n ma:l you a sample free. If u have nere-ned
31 mi sGrane Tonic, and win also send tou a cert.2cate tid tor I. CO toward
the purcsaseof more Tonic Irom your drugzisu
MULL'S CRAPE TONIC CO..
CURE TIE GHP
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Heat in Electric Lights.
It is usually Imagined that the in
candescent electric light gives out
very little heat. As a matter of fact,
only 6 per cent, of Its energy goes ta
make light, while 94 per cent, goes
By continued study of the things
that depress and the things that exalt,
one is able to see the way to positive
ness by accumulated strength. Earl
Insist en Getting It.
Some grocers say they don't keep
Defiance Stareh. This is because the
have a stock on hand of other brands
containing only 1- oz. in a package
which they won't be able to sell first
because Defiance contains 18 oz. fof
the same money.
Do you wan; 10 oz. instead of 12 oz.
for same money? Then buy Defiance
Starch. Reiiufres no cooklnjr.
You do not need to prove that you
are a square man by sticking your
corners into everybody.
ache, and as I have heard that you can gr?t
hcviiful advice to girL in my condition. I am
writing you." Myrtle Mills, Oquawka, BL
Dear Mrs. Pinkham: (Second Letter.)
It is with the fwlins of utmost f-ratltudo
that I write to you to tell you what your
valuable medicine has done for tne IVhen I
wrote you In regard to my condition I had
consulted several doctors, but they failed to
understand my cae anj I did not receive
any benefit from their treatment. J followed
your advice, ami took Lvdia EL Pinkham's
Vegetable Comj-ouml and am now healthy
and well, and all the dis-tressms symptoms
which I had at that tune have disappeared.
Myrtl Mills. Oquawka. I1L
"Miss Matilda ltoruxan writes Mrs.
Pinkham as follows :
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:
Before tfking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound my monthlies were irregu
lar and painful, and I always had such
'But since taking the Compound mv head
aches have entirely left me. my monthlies ar
regular, and I am getting atronr ani well. I
am tellini; al my mrl friends iv hat Lvdia E.
Pinkham's getabl Compound has done for
me."' Matilda Borman, Farmmton, Iowa,
If you know of any young girl who
is sick and needs motherly advice, ask
her to address "Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn.
Mass.. and tell her evety detail of her
symptoms, and to keep nothing back.
She will receive advice absolutely free,
from a. source that has no rival in the
experience of woman's ills.and it will, if
followed. p--t her on the right road to a
strong, healthy and happy womanhood.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound holds the record for the greatest
number of cures of female ill of any
medicine that the world has ever
known. Why don t you try it ?
Grape Tonic is the onlv
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Sims Am Am
m trtml mt thtm
148 Third Ave.. Rock Island. EL
j IS GUARANTEED TO CURE
GRIP, BAD COLO, HEADACHE AMD IEURAL6IA.
I won't sell AntUArlplae to s dealer who won'tfiaaraiits
It. Call for-vourliOSCT BACK IF IT BOXT CfJKX.
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