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A.-.i.."t vrc: ."-? fc fir j C7T.MVTkrrV.? ;sw533i2sa ;j ' saMaaai?'- -i-.gM moimbbb BBBBBCfcpBaaaJBgBBjBg3BaaaalM Pfr " i r STOP, WOMAN! ANDCONSmet TKAU ntfOKTANTFACr That in address ing Mrs. Pink ham yon are con fiding1 yon r private ills to a woman a. woman whose experi ence with women's dis eases covers a, great snany years. Mrs. Pinkham is the daughter- in - law of Iijdia E. Pinkham, and for many years underherdircction, and since her de- cease.she has been advising sick wo men free of charge. Many women suffer in silence and drift along from bad to worse, knowing full well that they ought to have immediate assist ance, bnt a natural modesty impels them to shrink from exposing them selves to the questions and probable examinations of even their family physician. It is unnecessary. Without money or price you can consult a wo man whose knowledge from actual ex perience is great. Mrs. PInkfcam'8 Standing Iavltatlea. Women suffering from any form of femaleweaknessare invited topromptly communicate with Airs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass. All letters are received, opened, read and answered by women only. A woman can freely talk of her private illness to a woman; thus has been established the eternal confidence between Mrs. Pinkham and the women of America which has never been broken. Out of the vast volume of experience which she has to draw from, it is more than possible that she has gained the very knowledge that will help your case. She asks nothing in return except your good-will, and her advice has relieved thousands. Surely any woman, rich or poor, is very foolish if she docs not take advantage of this generous offer of assistance. If you are ill, don't hesitate to get a Txttle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound at once, and write Mrs. Pink Lam. Lynn. Mass., for special advice. When a medicine has been successful in restoring to health so many women, you cannot well say, without trying it, " I do not believe it will help me." Kemp's Balsam Will stop any coagh that cam be stopped by any medicine and core cowgbs that cannot he cared hy any other medicine. It Is always the best cough core. Yoa cannot allord to take chances any other kind. KEMP'S BALSAM en coughs, colds, bronchitis, grip, asthma and consump tion In lirst stages. W. L. Douglas 3J?&35? SHOES K W. L. Douglas S4.00Cilt Edge Line cannot be equalled at any price. lXOlJGlAs SHOES ALL PRICES ? Trsr'. rMl sfe?T7,5x eSTABiISHH, JUIY 6 ,876 Capital 2.5ociood W. L. DOUGLAS MAKES A MEM'S S3.SO SHOES THAU AMY OTHER MAMUfACWUttLH IM THE WUKLO. t1 fl flfin REWARD to anyone who can I UUUU disprove this statement, If I could take you into m v three Urge factories at Brockton, .Mass., and show yoa the infinite carcwithwhichoerv pair of shoes is made, you would realize why W. I Douglas 53.50 shoes cost more to make. mh they hold their shape, fit better, wear longer, and are of greater intrinsic alue than an v other $3.50 shoe. W. L. Oawofas String Mmmm Shorn fmr Mmm.S2.80.S2.00. Dmy' Schmml A, OrmamShmem,S2.AO. S2.S1.7S, Sf .50 CAUTION. Insist iiiHiii haiiis VT.L.loug. las shtx?s. r.tke no sub-titute. None genniue without hi nime and price stamjHil on bottom. Fast Color fu-lets ued : theu wil! not wear brassy. Write for Illustrated Catalog. W. L. UOL'G LAS, Brockton. Mass. MIXED FARMING WHEAT RAISING RANCHING three prcat pursuits hae again shown wonderful results on the FREE HOMESTEAD LANDS OF WESTERN CANADA. MajmlSccnt climate fanners plowing in their Phlrt sicec in the middle of November. "All are bound to b more than plcaed with the final results of the past season's, harvest,' Extract. . Coal. wood, water, ha j in abundance schools, churches, markets convenient. This is the era of 51.00 wheat. Apply for information to Superintendent of Immigration. Ottawa. Canada, or to authorized Canadian Gn eminent Agent TV. V. Henrctt, 01 New York Life Building. Omaha. Xebras-Jta. (Mention this paper.) HIGH GRADE INVESTMENT. "We Her t m limited aaakcr feabacrlbers treasary stack. afiaaU aeaaaalaatlea a caaraateea rat alaa. Tails will mesa te jraa net only safe artaeteaI, bat tare dlvl eada eat ef the csralafi- Oct these facts, rail aartlcalara aad details ay retara mall. A a tal will arias; them. Make jraar aaoaeyaaafce yoa aaeaey. XatSacrceit, hat large areata. Reixbesce HibernU Bank & Trust Co., yew Orleans Third National Bank, St. Louis, Mo. Address Americas Kick Packing Co.. 206 Sostk Commercial Street, St. Louis, Mo. "SSI- Tlmmtai't Eyt Witw lEFUKE STUCl-l other starehss oalr 12 cancel e price aad "EFIIMCS" M SUPERIOR QUALITY. ST IK? WbestI L I ,n ill I E IH (WOULD 1 If J sl ilssiiifi Facte About Birth Month. Averages for the height of women show that those born in summer and autumn are taller than those born in spring or winter. The tallest girls are born in August. As far as boys are concerned, those who first see the light during autumn and winter are not so tall as those born in spring and summer. Those born in November are the shortest; In July the tallest. Royalty Incognito in London. The police of London can boast that their town entertains unknowing ly more royal folk than any other in Europe, and -without an accident be falling any of them. Once upon a time a German princess did sprain her ankle as she came down from the top of a 'bus, but that is the most serious casualty that ever befell a personage visiting the town unofficially. To Launder White Silk Handkerchiefs. Do not put white silk handkerchiefs in the ordinary wash as they are easily laundered at home. Make a strong lather of Ivory Soap and water, but do not rub the soap on the handkerchief or use soda. Rinse and iron while damp with a moderately !iot iron. Eleanor R. Parker. Disciplined Army of Fish. There is a species of mullet fish found among the coral islands of the Pacific which swims about in armies, with officers and van and rear guard. Each army is also provided with scouts above and below. When dan ger threatens from above, the upper scouts plunge down: if the danger is from below, the lower scouts dart up ward, and thus warn the army. Chicago, III. The Passenger Depni cieni of the Chicago & North Western Railway announces that the openiug of the Wind River or Shoshone Reser vation public lands in Wyoming nas been postponed until August 15, 130C, Dy joint resolution of congress. Railroad construction to the Reser vation border is being pushed rapidly, and will probably be completed with in a few weeks. Truth and Fiction. May not the lives of real men be written as imperishably as the su preme creations of fiction? Shall Hamlet and Othello, Don Quixote and Tartuffe, shall the master creations of Hawthorne. Thackeray and George Eliot, of Turgenieff. Manzoni and Bal zac have no counterparts in biog raphy? North American Review. Indifferent Persian Debtor. A Frenchman called on a Persian one day and asked him to pay a debt, but the indifferent debtor made an swer: "I will pay you some time." "When is some time?" queried the im patient Frenhman. "Is it twelve months, eighteen, or two years?" "I don't know." answered the bland son of Iran. "I guess we had better say when I am ready." In a Pinch, Use ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE. A powder. It cures painful, smart ing, nervous feet and ingrowing nails. It's the greatest comfort discovery of the ae. Makes now shoes easy. A certain cure for sweating feet. Sold by all druggists. 25c. Trial package, FREE. Address A. S. Olmsted, Le Ro3 N. Y. "Shopping" Once Siang Word. "Shopping" was certainly a slang word until past the first quarter of the nineteenth century. Bee's Dictionary of Sports and Slang, published in 1825, defines the word as follows: "Shop ping Among women going about from shop to shop, having little articles perhaps, perhaps not, but always pull ing about great quantities of goods." To Overcome Obstacles. Show yourself master of the situa tion, not its slave. Rise above the petty annoyances which destroy peace and harmony. Make up your mind that you are too large to be overcome by trifles. Resolve that you will be larger than your business, that you will overtop it with manliness and cheerfulness. Cornstarch Clogs Spindles. In Greece, for some reasons, cli matic or other, it seems absolutely impossible to utilize cornstarch in the manufacture of cambrics and other textiles, although many trials have been made during: several yenrs past, as the spindles, especially in the case of colored textiles, clog. One of the greatest problems to a man is what became of the money he earned six months ago. Atchison Globe. They Stand Alone. Standing out in bold relief, all afone, and as a conspicuous example of open, frank and honest dealing with the sick and afflicted, are Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription for weak, over-worked, de bilitated, nervous, "run-down," pain racked women, and Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovcrv, the famous remedy for weak stomach, indigestion, or dys pepsia, torpid liver, or biliousness, all catarrhal affections, whether of the stomach, bowels, kidnevs, bladder, nasal passages, throat, bronchia, or other mu cous passages, also as an effective remedy for all diseases arising from thin, watery or impure blood, as scrofulous and skin affections. . Each bottle of the alxv-e medicines bears upon its wrapper a badjre of hon esty in the full list of ingredients com posing it printed in plain English. This frank and open, publicity places these medicines in a class all bylievi stlvfs, and is the best guaranty of their merits. They cannot be classed as patent Hor secret piedicines for they are either being of known composition. Dr. Pierce feels that he can afford to take the afflicted into his full confidence and lav all the ingredients of his medi cines "freely before them because these ingredients are such as are endorsed and most strongly praised by scores of the most eminent medical writers as cures for the diseases for which these medi cines are recommended. Therefore, the afflicted do not have to rely alone upon Dr. Pierce's, recommendation as to the curative value of his medicines for cer tain easily recognized diseases. A glance at the printed formula on each bottle will show that no alcohol and no harmful or habit-forming drugs enter into Dr. Pierce's medicines, they being wholly compounded of glyceric extracts, of the roots of native, American forest plants. These are best and safest for the cure of most lingering, chronic dis eases. Dr. R. V. Pierce can be consulted rsK. by addressing him at Buffalo, N. Y., and all communications are re garded as sacredly confidential It is as easy to be well as ill nd much more comfortable. Constipation is the cause of many forms of illness. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure constipa tion. They arc tiny, sugar-coated gran ales. One little "Pellet" is a gentle laxa tive, two a mild cathartic. All dealers ia aWlirinaa 11 them Daring Aeronaut Dies in Swamp ' After a Long Night of Agony The body of Paul Nocquet, sculptor and aeronaut, who ascended in his bal loon from the Union Gas Works in the Bronx, New York, on the afternoon of April 3 was found at 6 o'clock next night on Catt's Island, in Bass Creek, two miles from Amityville, Long Isl and, face down in the marsh, dead from exposure after one of the most thrilling, desperate and awe-inspiring struggles that human creature ever made for life. Lured on by the lights of Amity ville, which, like a false beacon, illum inated the mainland apparently but half a mile away, Nocquet abandoned his balloon on Jones Beach, where he had made a landing, and started for the haven of twinkling lights ahead. His course led him direct into the morass. Boatmen in the neighbor hood avoid it by day. a place of tall, waving seagrass that hides a trap of thick, black adhesive mud and slime, with deep hidden pools between, so what chance had the wayfarer by night? Plunged Deeper Into the Mire. Every step plunged him daeper into the mire to his knees first, next to his waist, now to his arm pits. drag- The daring aeronaut who lost his the balloon which was wrecked and beach. ging his weary along like a man in a field of quicksand. When a mighty ef fort for the nonce dragged him free, he imagined himself struggling be yond his depth in a pool of brackish water; and the strong, despairing strokes but earned him forward once more to a stretch of swamp. No one will ever know the agony Paul Nocquet endured in the two hours' he struggled againts the inevit able. He reached the second mile post in his journey, and the lights of Am ityville were still far off. With a de spairing movement he plunged into Bass Creek. His waning strength car ried him but slowly to Catt's Island, a poor shelf of sand midway in the swamp. He crawled pitifully upon the ledge and gave an agonized glance at the mainland. He drew himself to h3 full height and gave a step forward and tottered. Nature Rebels and Man Dies. That was the end. Nature could go no further. Captain Henry Purdy of Amityville. strolling along the mainland about midnight, beard a wild cry of despair and then all was still. Face down in the mire, Paul Nocquet lay resigned to his fate. The moon paled and was blotted out as the lights of Amityville grew dim in the awakening dawn. Slowly the tide rose, and by sunrise a placid sheet of water glistened over the spot where Paul Nocqut had fallen, fighting to the end. N Nursery Logic. As the fond parents were about to set out for church one Sunday morn ing they i eard an unearthly pounding in the nursery. The father promptly investigated and found his four-year-old son driving nails promiscuously with a heavy hammer. "Son," said the sire, "this is San day. You must not get out your tool chest on Sunday." "It's all right, papa." replied the voting architect, "I am builiing a church." , All Things Venetian in Rome. When the pope received the French bishops recently they could not un derstand his discourse, so strong is his Venetian accent. But it is the thing now in the Vatican to speak with a little of that accent. Venetian dishes are in vogue, and in the houses of rich Romans Ventian antiquities are made prominent Liberia's Rubber Forests. It is stated that at least 20,000 square miles in Liberia are covered with dense rubber-tree forests. 'JyXrs' AjJ f'w m V xv55W " ' " tjBa('lflaaiKV!tJa "JJathr'S ?'tr"'vXw Is 'it i " X f" . -E v BaBBBBBBBB9BBBBHBBlBBBBBBBSaBBK3sr ZX CpflcdS ?Jt m T ' f .. AmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmjMpKgsjHmmnyf. aa ,r , -Jt ? A BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBHAmaaaaaaaaVrV a'"' 'Br TvBBBBaaaaaaaaaamBmBKBflnBaBmaFi T. k va aK I aMYjTaFV74jMriiaaaaajAii3aBBBBBBa k xavV, I Ijfjr .ri'' JaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBjfaajaaaaB Lk SaWil iK 'WA vBB9EaavBB9aKaaBalBiaaa W '' ''AjBaBa AvP All day groups of Long Islanders searched the country round about Jones' Beach for ths missing aeronaut, hoping against hope that he had found safety. A government tug patroled the sea off 6hore on the chance that the balloon had been carried oceanward, a dragnet was thrown out in search, but it was not until 6 o'clock at night, when the tide had gone out, that Cap tain George Smith of Amityville. scouring the marsh, located the dead sculptor-aeronaut in the waters of Catt's Island. Took the Only Fatal Course. Almost any course hut the one which he adopted would have led the man to safety. Had he remained with his. balloon, sought the Jones Beach life-saving station or traveled to the west his adventure would have ended without fatality. It was his sixteenth ascension. The other fifteen had been accomplished without a hitch. The sixteenth was successful up to he point where he brought his balloon to earth on the edge of the Atlantic. Then it was that the impetuosity of his nature got the better of his julpraent and put an end to a career of highest promise. life in an ascsnsion at Nsw York and found stranded on the Lcng Island Paul Nocquet. tl htajipeia the mind to contemplate the tortures which Nocquet endured in his two hours,' struggle to gain the mainland at Amityville. He had cov ered about one-half the distance be tween James Beach and the shore when he died. In the course of his journey he had crossed fourteen small islands and swam or waded through the rivulets between them. Wears Cvercoat and Life-Preserver. Up to the last island, he had worn his overcoat and on top of it the life pi eserver, which he took with him in his balloon on the chance that he would be carried out to sea. That he traveled as far as he did is regarded as wonderful. Every inch of the two miles that he struggled is be set with the greatest difficulties and dangers. It was r. journey that a strong man, knowing every inch of the territory around Jones' Bay, would not attempt in broad daylight, because he could not probably complete it. Significant Remark Made. It staggers the mind to contemplate talk about." is the remark Nocquet is reported to have made to a friend in New York the day he departed on the fatal trip. His Reason Coz Fer Why. This discussion was overheard on the Labrador mail boat last summer between a couple of sailors: "Jim, if yer house was afire, and ye couldn t only save yer mudder or yer wife, and had to leave de udder burn, which would ye?" "I'd save me wife, in course." "No. ye wouldn't. Ye t'inks ye would. Now, I loves me wife, but I wouldn't save her before me mudder. an I'll tell ye de reason coz fer why I couldn't get anoder mudder." Will Censor Street Music. Mayor Clue of Schenectady, N. Y., thinks it foolish to spend money for the musical education of children-and then permit the dispensers of street melody to lower the standards of pop ular taste by grinding out ragtime airs. He is credited with an intention to exercise a mild but effective cen sorship, to the end that children who have been taught to know a food thing when .they see it shall not be subjected, to temptation to enjoy a bad thing when they hear it HUfAJIg V.ammmai aVaVmSaVaVmW - dVaVmSmSaVaVml It was probably not intended to con vey the significance that the remark now takes on. He had had long ex perience as an aeronaut and the spe cific purpose of his ascension was to experiment with air currents in this vicinity and demonstrate his own abil ity to remain in a balloon safely over New York. He scouted all talk of danger and had arranged to write a scientific ar ticle on his trip, which Miss Mary Montgomery, of 117 East Thirtieth street. New York, was to translate into English. At her suggestion he took with him a photograph camera, with which he was to take pictures while the light held out. for the pur pose of illustrating bis forthcoming ar ticles. Scouts Idea of Danger. "Danger!" he exclaimed, when pre paring for the ascension; "why, there Is no danger in ballooning. There are no other balloons to collide with and nobody to run over. Remember that we balioonists are not the Barney Old fields of the auto track." When the news of his death reached the Aero Club, one of Nocquet's friends said: "If he had only stuck ttt his balloon! He was right so far as safety in the balloon isconcerned. His mistake was made after he landed. His skill in bringing the balloon down on the edge or the Atlantic was wonderful. But at that point he seems to have lost all his skill. He should have stuck to his car, or gone to the life saving station and remained there overnight." Makes Ascension in Evening. Nocquet made an ascension from the foot of One Hundred and Thirty eighth street and the Harlem river New York, at 6 o'clock at night and was carried across Long Island Sound to Long Island and thence straight down over the island. When last seen, just as darkness fell, he was one thousand feet above the earth, passing over Hicksville and rapidly discharging ballast and rising higher in his flight Made Many Daring Attempts. Paul Nocquet made many daringly successful attempts at aerial naviga tion. It is not as an aeronaut alone that Nocquet has attained distinction, however. He is almost equally well known as an author, sculptor and an artist. Wide attention recently was attracted to his work as a sculptor by a bronze figure of President Roosevelt, entitled "A Presidential Vacation." This figure represents the President dragging a bear by the ear, while in his right hand he holds aloft a cub. Comment upon the figure was carried, but the efforts of the artist pleased the President, who seat him a compli mentary letter. Was Born in 1877. Nocquet was born in Brussels in 1S77 and at the age of fourteen studied Fainting under Jean Portaels. Soon afterward he turned to sculpture and at the age of 20 won the grand prize of Belgium, which gave him a three year fellowship in Paris. In Paris he also became interested in aeronautics and before he came to this country he was considered one-of the most daring members of the Aero club of France. Two j ears ago he planned to cross the Atlantic ocean in a balloon, but was deterred by friends. Among Nocquet's well-known works in sculpture are "Effort" and "Foot ball Players," which have been pre sented to Columbia University. He was awarded third prize for a bronze door foi the naval academy at Annap olis. Woman African Explorer. A woman explorer, Miss Hall, has recently returned Irom the heart of Africa. She struck northwest to Lake Nyassa and waited six weeks for .a boat to carry her across Lake Tan ganyika. Then she traveled to Lake Victoria Nyanza and only twice did she meet white men. Two German soldiers and a number of servants ac companied her. When at last Miss HpII reached Uganda she saw a sight which must have brought cheer to her heart, an indication that civilization had indeed penetrated the dark coun try, for the king of Uganda and his men were plaing football. Miss Hall gave a wonderfully interesting ac count of her travels and of her inter view with this enlightened monarch. King Edward in French Census. The French quinquennial census fell on the Sunday during which Edward VII was in Paris. Embassies and le gations are extraterritorial and as such do not come under the ordinary jurisdiction. It would be possible to decline the census takers, but such a course is never pursued, the matter being treated as one of international courtesy. His majesty simply signed "Due De Lancastre" (his visit being strictly private) and filled up the line left for the date of birth. Facts as to his race or previous condition of serv itude were not considered necessary to be gone into by the complaisant authorities. Public Men Keeping Good Hours. It is being noticed in Washington that many men In public life are giv ing up late hours, having observed that to live like owls and take little exercise is a speedy passport to the grave. Members of the diplomatic corps are about the only exceptions. They are owls of the most pronounced type. Chekib Bey. the Turkish minis ter, seldom rises before 4 o'clock in the afternoon and if he has his break fast before ordinary folks are having their dinners it is a red-letter day for him. Had a Fortune in Sight. The heiress And haven't yon any financial prospects, George, dear? George Why, yes. I'm figuring on a sure thing that ocght to net me a half million at least The heiress What is the aure thing, George, dear? George Ton. A Wedding Rule. An old superstition says that It Is unlucky for a bridegroom to see hit bride on the happy day until ne meets her la church. a iMaagCirTOmrCTffrgaamattrT ninhiwim.! .Mmtuntht mminiib TinSDj i mT t.MM wj im1 nw nnrrbq u wMrtMH'inii.iilitH,bi AVetabtefreparationforAs sinilaling teFoodandBeguti- Promotes Digeslion.Chcerfur ness and Ifesl.CoH tains neither Ojakim.Mofphine nortfineraL HOT NARC OTIC . tmCUl me Ami tS&a- !nlbfcpT" Aperfccl Remedy forCoitsfipa Tion , Sour Stonuxh.Diarrhoca Worms .Convulsions .Fevensh ness and Loss of Sleep. . Facsimile Signature of NEW YOHK. 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