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f Ataxia Qim the
Entire Credit to Dr. Williams'
lira. S. C. Wellock, of 114 Cleveland
Avenue. Everett. Masav. the wife of
am employe la the government works J
at Chelsea, says:
"1 had been troubled with nerveoa
aess for ten years and the' disease
kept xrowisg oa me. Then I learaod
that I "wrs aufferiag from locoaaotor.
ataxia. I had terrible tremblings la
say right leg which would get rigid
aad when this happened in the street
I uau ta stand still until it passed
away to keep from falling. My right
arm felt as if a thousand needles were
pricking it The sheet touching my
kaee la bed would nearly cause me
to scream out with pala and both
knees were so weak I could hardly
"I had to use a cane and be helped
about by my son. Then the paia be
gan to settle in the calves of my legs
and the muscles became numb aad
quivered constantly. The cords un
der my knees seemed to be drawn up
tight and the terrible shooting pains
in my legs would nearly drive me la
sane. My toes became numb and at
times would prickle as If needles were
being thrust into them. My eyes be
came dull and black spots floated be
fore them. My heart was very weak.
"My attention was called to Dr.
Williams Pink Pills and I bought sev
eral bores right away and soon felt
relief. I was so pleased that I kept
n taking them until they cured me
entirety, and I have had no symptoms
of the trouble for over a year."
Dr. "Williams' Prak Pills are gold by
all druKgists or sent, postpaid, oa re
ceipt of price. 50 cents per box. six
boxes $2.50. by tare Dr. Williams Med
icine Company. "Schenectady. N. Y.
A booklet, ewtttled "Nervaws Dis
orders.' seat free oa request.
HE WANTED LIVE NEWS.
Correspondent Had No Time Wast
with Vice President.
Vice President Fairbanks stopped
a newspaper man the other day. and
xood-naturedly asked explanation of
an incident which happened years
urn On that occasion Mr. Fairbanks
and the correspondent were chattiag j
pleasantly, when suddenly the latter ;
moved away to meet Senator Cnand
ler of Maine. The vice president said
1 save always had great curiosity to j
Tmow whv vcm deserted sae that day." !j nn as oniy sucn a woman
The newspaper maa hesitated for a j love. She kept sack no reserve
moment, and then replied: To teH 'A ofloye. That woman's name Is Agnes
yos the .truth, Mr. "Vice President, yon S Held."
are a mighty ry source f news. Ton The girl iransed and looked at "her
may have a nose for news, but I j! companion -closely,
doubt it: at wny rate, ysm never give $ The man did not speak. She fan
ap say. Now. when a newspaper maaJ cied he had started tfhat was tin.
is gunning for Dig. live news he hasn't j It pleased this man to-win her love
got time to stop and exchange small jj that he might cast 3t "back at "her.
talk with a man. even if he be a sea- Ij He gave her up jilted "her. Sheame
ator. who woald not know the price of j: home to ns my father and me her
aews If he saw it" Jar. Fairbanks Jj old friends. I knew nothing oT this
smiled. 1 thank you for your frank- 9 asm or his -name until after she died.
boss." lie said. "I see I shall kave te Jrand -then 1 found some letters ?hlch
MltiratB a nose -for news."" 14oIi me all.""
ALMOST A SOLI SORE.
Skin Disease from Birth Fortune
Spent on Her Without Benefit
Cured Har with Cutkatra.
"1 have a cousin in Rockingham Co.
who onco had a skin disease from her
birth until she was six years .of age.
Her father had spent a fortune on
her to get her cured and none -of the
treatments did her any good. Old
Dr. G suggested that he try the
Cuticura Kemedies which Ice did.
When he -commenced to use it the
child was almost a solid scab. He
had used it about two months and
the child was welL I was there when
they commenced to ase your -Cuti-v
ra Remedies. I 6tayed that week
and then returned home and stayed
two weeks and then went back and
stayed with thorn two weeks longer,
and when I went home I eoald hardly
believe she was the same child. Ker
skin was as soft as a baby's with
out a scar on it X have not seen ber
in seventeen years, but I have beset-
from her and the last time I heard from
her she was well. Mrs. W. P. Ingle. Bur
lington, N. C, June 16, 1905."
Made Much en Small Capital.
Twenty-five years ago W. S. Wcthaat
left the town of La Grange, Ga. with
the munificeat sum of oae dollar ia
his pocket and landed in New York
with nothing to his credit but his
clothes and his character. The quality
sf the former does not matter and the
quality of the latter has shown itself.
He is te-day president of 75 banks, an
but four of which are situated in his
native state. Ia return for Georgia's
small advance of leO cents he has
pretty well cornered her banking in
terests and has in keeping a goodly
amount of her funds. The four banks
of which he Is president outside of the
state of Georgia are situated ia Flor
ida. Millionaire Is Generous.
Congressman John E. Andrus, whs
represents the Yonkers, N. Y., district,
for several years has taken delight in
playing the role of Santa Claua to the
pages and telephone and telegraph
boys of the house. This year, as usual,
his gifts to the youngsters consisted
of two and five-dollar bills. CoL An
drus is worth $20,000,000, made oat of
the manufacture of pepsin.
There are 430 manufactories of arti
ficial flowers, leaves, plants and fruits
in the district of Dresden. The largest
manufactories employ from 250 to
1,000 persons, and the' total number of
persons engaged in the, trade is estl
msted at 10.000. the larger propoftioa
being women and girls, who earn fSoss
Ss. to 12s. a week by their work.
NEARLY k HEanT
SBBVkBBW M BsV
HHHE '-'--' -!'
By WALLACE MASON
The river was a stream of moving
Ufa. Gay voices rang In a silver
chaUeage across tho crowded waters.
Mingling with them was the sound of
stringed' 'instruments and minstrel
songs:- It' was the last day' or. the
"Well, everything must have its ap
pbiated end. even the regatta." said
Ameston a little sententiously.
The girl who was seated by his side
em the deck of the houseboat Glow
wona looked up at him with a strange
light in her deep brown eyes.
"Shall you be sorry?" she asked in
a sweet, rich voice.
'Tea, I shall be sorry," he answered,
simply. "1 thought I'd grown alto
gether tired of the river. It's about
the tenth year running I've been
here. But my interest in it has re
vived. I shall remember this regatta
as long as I live."
"Why?" she asked, and ahe looked
at him maslngly.
"I'm 40 now. Miss Basset. I've al
ways had everything Tve wanted as
long as I can remember. I have tried
most thlngB. and had become a little
weary of them all. And then an at
once it was just as if 1 had walked
out of gloom into' eternal sunshine.
These last three days are the most
perfect my life "has ever known."
"That sounds as if you were in
love," she said, smiling.
"It is love." he said; "and It Is yon
There was sudden silence between
them. She did not move, bat her at
titude became a Tittle rigid, nor smile
1 cannot marry you." she said at
"I care for you as I have never
cared for any other woman.""
"My refusal will pain you. then. 1
am -glad, because it is say wish to
Ameston sceed at her In blank
"Eight years ago I had a friend
wbom I loved as I should "have loved
ij Tny mother had she lived. She met a
"a bere wno made Tier love Mm.
"And who was ne?" ,
She leaned forward, "ber eyes srere
'iBlazing in the darkness.
"That man was yourself. Those let--ters
were signed by yu. It was -you
who killed thfe womanr
The words were spoken dully, with
out any feeling whatever.
"When I first met you," she eon
Mnued. "I saw a woman can always
tell that I attracted yoc I resolved
to do all in my power to make you
care for me seriously, fl wanted you
to say what you have said to-night,
that -you loved me. that I might te2!
yoa this story, and give yon that as.
"A ikmd of revenge? Well, at any
rate. Miss Basset, you have made me
go through a severe quarter of an:
hour. As for my defease well, I will
not treshle with that"
Ke raised his hat and turned away.
Miss Basset watched him until the
shadows swallowed his form ap.
"I don't feel at an as I expected."
she said so herself ia dismay. '1
thought Z should glow with satisfac
tion. What a weak fool I am. If I
hadn't told myself all day loag and
half the Bight what cause I had to.
hate him. I should have loved hla."
Everybody noticed how quiet and
pale Miss Basset was at supper, aad
many wondered what had become of
Ameston. When she reached her own
little bedroom la tho Glow-worm she
foand a letter waiting ber.
Two or three newspaper cuttings
flattered out of it She read the brief
"Ton will see that the inclosed cat
tings exonerate me from the brutality
yon were good enough to place to my
credit. I should have undeceived yoa
at the time, but it was plain to me
that yon had merely pretended to like
me when I hoped that you well,
Where Women Really Ruled.
Capt. Tuckey was commissioned by
the British government to explore the
Congo region in West Jvfrica early in
the nineteenth century. One of the
discoveries made' by tne captain
proves that a select few of the Coqgo
women had reached a stage beyond
the utmost dreams of present-day suf
fragists. The sovereign or one tribe
he found to be hereditary in the fe
male line. Daughters or the mighty
chiefs were allowed to choose their
own husbands, over whom they be
came "most absolute mistresses, and
can even extend their prerogative to
the selling of a refractory spouse to
slavery." Little wonder, reflected the
captain, that the honor of a royal al
liance "is a matter of little emulation
among the gallants of the Congoese
court." As the chief had as many as
SO wives the demand for eligible par
tis for royal princesses was fairly
After the Honeymoon.
"Dear me!"' exclaimed the bride of
a month, as she glanced out of the
parlor window. "There goes the old
locksmith. We haven't paid him for
mending our bell."
"Oh. what's the use?" chuckled her
"What's the use?"
"Yes; you know love laughs at
locksmiths.' ''--Chicago Daily News.
The Quickest Way.
TO telephone or telegrapa
Is always futile labor;
It you'd spread news just iSrtlfy
Your wife to teieneiahkor.
or failures .aude with PUT'
NAM FADELESS pYES;.brigkt' M.ti
Nothing hurts, conceited man like
ktow'a Soethtes? Ssras
tor children fewthlu?. rii tli sim.rdum to
kMwtwa allajra pita. ewa mad celc. Kkotti
Seme mcncan;t eves do- tkeit) dmtr
without making a fuss about it
Lewk' Single Bisdef Cigar h
tarte-vYoar .dealer,, or Lewis'
When members of 'a -family quarrel
a lot of truth leaks out.
ts eras a csu ix era sat ,
gut rrfniMt muM if It iiis to cute., K. W,
UBOVEtt sigsatara te eack Sox. 2Sc
A woman would rather do things to
worry a rival than to afford herself
Top Prices for Hides. Furs. Pelts. '
Write for cirrnlar No N. W. Hide &'
Far Co.. Minneapolis. -Minnesota. .' -
Acquiesce in the present without re
pining, remember the past with thank
fulness, and meet the future' hopefully
and cheerfully, without fear or suspJ-
Defiance Starch is the latest inven
tion in that line aad an improvement
all other makes; it ts more eco
nomical, does better worK, takes less
time. Get it frcan any grocer.
Much Traveled Sailer.
Henry Stevens.- chief wine steward
sf a Cunard User Is now oa his thou
sandth trip across the Atlantic , This
record, so far as is known, has never
been surpassed by any other employe
of tho steamship lines. Stevens is 3
years old and has been In continaoss
service of dm Cunard company for 42
years and six months. Taking 3.990
miles for the trip from Liverpool to
New York as a basis for computation,
Stevens has traveled 3,000,000 miles,
or a distance of 12,000 times around
the earth. Had he been traveling
through space he would have saade
six round trips te the moon.
Safe, Sure and Speeds.
No external -remedy ever yet de;
vised lias so fully and unquestionably
met tthese three :prime conditions as
' sucoossfaUy lb Allcock's Piasters!
They re safe because the? contain
no deleterious drugs and are manu
factured upon scientific principles of
medicine. They are sum because
nothing -goes into them except ingre
dients -which are exactly adapted to
the purposes lor which a plaster is re
quired. They are -speedy ia'their ac
tion because their medicinal qualities
go right to their work -sf relieving
pata :and restoring the natural and
healthy performance of the functions
of aauscles, nerves and skin.
JUlosck's Plasters are jtfce original
and genuine parous plasters and' like
most meritorious .articles Have been
extensively imitated, therefore always
make sure and get tho genuine.
SSANY SOURCES OF SALT.
Ths4rom Natural Springs Is Gener
ally Most Nearly Pure. v
The ipnrity of sadt -depends upon the
source from which it is obtained and
the xanitary conditions under which
ft is prepared far the market. The
supply of common salt, the anost, in
dispensable of all the seasoning sub
stances both as a relishing condiment
and a well-nigh universal food pre
servative, is eshaustless, yet even so
there 1s salt and salt, says the Pic
Formerly salt was obtained by evap
orating ocean water, a process that
left many impurities ia the residuum,
te say nothing of its exposure to aU
kinds of dirt in its shipment from sea
ports. The Turk's island or rock salt,
which is still largely used in pork
packrag aad in the manufacture of ice
creams, comes. to the United States
la hoMs of vessels continually sub
jected to dirt and foul odors. Upon
its arrival ft is again handled, then
packed fa coarse burlap bags, permit
ting dust to sift into the salt. In this
condftfoa ft reaches the consumer.
latterly, however, the product of
salt springs has largely taken the lead
In this country not only for table salt
but for meat packing. The annual
production from this source in the
United States reaches more than 40,
000,000 bushels, the state of New York
In the vicinity of Syracuse furnishing
a large proportion of tarn, important
Of the Feed
"My food was killing me and I dlda't
know the cause," writes a Cola young
lady. Tor two years I was thin and
sickly, suffering from Indigestion and
"I had tried different kinds of diet,
plain living, and many of the remedies
recommended, but, got no better.
"Finally, about five weeks ago,
mother suggested that I -try Grape
Nuts, and I began at once, eating it
with a little cream or milk. A change
for the better began at once.
VTo-day I am well and am gaining
weight and strength all the time, I've
gained 10 lbs. in the last five weeks
and do not suffer any more from indi
gestion and the rheumatism ia an
"I know It Is to Grape-Nats alone
that I owe my restored health. I still
eat the food twice a day and never tire
of It" Name given by Postern Co,
Battle Creek, Mich.
The flavor of Grape-Nats Is peculiar
to itself. It to neutral, not too sweet
and has an agreeable, healthful qual
ity that never grows tfresosae.
One of the sources of ilwMsstlssn
is from overloading the system with
add material, the result- of Imperfect
digestion and assimilation.
'As 'soon as 'improper food ,1s aban
doned r and Grape-Nuts to taken regn
Iarry, algestion is made strong; the or
gans do their work of building up good
red blood cells sad of carrying away
the excess of disss ic miking material !
from the system f
The result to a certain aad steady!
return to normal health .and aaeatal
activity. "There's a reason." Send;
the little hook The Koad to WeD-,
vTW taffkgs. I
BLOATEQ WITH DROPSY. --
The Hf art Was Badly Affected When
the Patient Began Using
' Doan's Kidney Pills.
2 Mrs. Elisabeth Maxwell, of 415 West
Fourth street, Olympia. Wash., says:
"For over three
years I suffered
Vslth a dropsical
.j. condition with-
'vthat it was due
" tokidney trou-
1 ble?;.The, early
"" principally back
ache and bear
ing down pain,
but I went along
without wonrip:much,;untiI dropsy J
set in. My.ieet ana snues sweiiea
up, my hands puffed and became so
tense I could hardly close them. I had
great difficultyf in breathing, .and my
heart would flutter with the least ex
ertion. I could not walk far without
stopping again and again to rest Since
using four 'boxes' of Doan's TCIdaey
Pills the bloating has gone down and
the feelings of distress have disap
peared." Sold by aihdealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Milbum Co., Buffalo. N. Y."
ANIMALS THAT SHED TEARS.
Travelers' Observations Have Proved
That Weeping la Common.
Travelers through the Syrian desert
hare seen horses weep from thirst a
mule has been seen to cry from the
pain of an injured foot and camels,
it Is said, shed tears In streamer says
a writer in Harper's Weekly. A cow
sold by its mistress who had tended
young soko ape used to cry from vexa
tion If Livingston didn't nurse it la
his arms when it asked hlnT to.
Wounded apes have died crying, and
apes have we;: over their young slain
by hunters. A chimpansee trained to
carry water jnvs broke one and fell
a-crylng, which proved sorrow, though
It wouldn't-mend the Jug. Rats, dis
covering their young drowned, have
been moved to tears. A giraffe which
a huntsman's rifle had injured began
to cry when approached. Sea lions
often weep over the loss of their
young. Gordon Cummings observed
tears trickling down the face f a dy
ing elephant And even an orang
outang when deprived of its mange
was so vexed that it took to weeping.
There -is Bttle doubt therefore, that
animals do cry from grief ar wee
sroxn pata or annoyance.
Whste from Henry James.
Henry James, pursuing his 'theme.
The Speech of American Women."
speaks of a group of Boston young
women, 'all articulating as from sore
mouths, S3! mumbling and whining
and vocally limping and snaffling as It
were together." He compares, also te
Us great disadvantage, a school where
parents pay so msoh not t have their
boys taught to speak as gentlemen,
w2fh one beyond Che sea, in which
tee proviso that the schoolmaster
shall speak as a gegtlemaa im so abse
lamndry work at acme -srouTd be
araeh more satisfactory if the right
Starch were used. Ia order to get the
sestaed stiffness, it is usually neces
sary to use co much starch that the
beautr and fineness cf the fabric is
hidden behind a paste of varying
thickness, which not only destroys the
aesearance, but also affects the wear
ing quality of the goods. This trouble
can be entirely overcome by using De
fiance Starch, as it can be applied
much more thinly because of its great
er strength than other makes.
Tallest American Soldier.
The distinction of being the tallest
man In the United States army be
longs to Ernest D. Peck, a first lies
tenant in the engineer corps. He ia
six feet four and a half inches In
height .Lieutenant Peck is a .native
of Wisconsin and was graduated from
the Oshkosh high school. Lieutenant
Peck is now on duty at Yellowstone
Park.. Wyoming, and haa supervised
the building of a military road known
asv Peek's Pike. He is called Pike's
Peak by his comrades in the service.
Statx or Oaio. Crrr or Toledo, I
Li-ca coctt. "
FaSK J. Cuxxar makes otta tbat he Ii Matot
partner or tne arm of F. J. Caaaar a Co.. dutnf
bMlaeM la tae City of Tolado.i County and 8iat
aforetald. and that eald Arm will par the una of
OKB HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every
case of Catabkb that caaaut be cared by tne aae of
IUll's CATaaaa Cess. .. -,.
Sirora to kafora me aad aabseribed la ayr preaeaee,
tMa tb day of Dsossbsr. A. D., lMi.. .
) ,B UoTAar Prauc.
BfilrTcatarrfe Care la takea latemally aad acta
dtrecuy oa tbe blood aad mucona sorfacaa of the
ijaum. Sead for teatlmmlal. free.
F. J. CUESEr a CO.. Toledo, a
Sold by all Drassbta. 73c
Take HaU's Family PilU for eoattlpaUoa.
New York Philanthropist.
Adelaide Wallerstein, rich,
young and handsome, has turned part
of her elegant New York home into a
physician's office. Here she devotes
about six hours a day to practicing
medicine, all 'the income, so derived
going to her charity work on the east
side of the city. Mrs. Wallerstein is
accomplished' and socially prominent
but has given up .most of her society
pleasures for her professional and
Kinsmen ef Immortal George.
- Many kindred of George Washing
ton dwell on and about the original
Washington plantation in Westmore
land county, Virginia. The present oc
cupant' oL the 'plantation Is named
We dally influence each other for
good or evil. Let us not be the occa
sion of misleading others by our ali
enee when we ought to speak--J. B.
jrm. m M -x Vssssra-
I STIFFNESS, STTTOHES. LAMINCSS, GNAMP, I
I . TWISTS AND TWITCHU. ALL DCOAMPWrlKN I
I Hat YOU APPLY
I M ST. $u,
I aS BSaVaVaVKa. -- - aamaVaVamr aU
I p JACOBS jp I
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OW-MONsVCOU IIhI 25AND 90 CENTS I
. QUO CAPTJ.CACK!S;QUE0TION.
Somewhat Painted,- But it Denoted
Quick Intelligence. v
Pierce Jay. the commissioner of
baHks of Massachusetts',, at the Ameri
cas Bankers aassclatwa'a coaveation
utctUMMfJC eflwsnssjeat .is tolbe
thofogMipwt ;down. Systems ' are
At cashiers 'and tellers .and book
keepers asaaote-clekwe'want the
same keen quick intelligence that
characterized eld Capt Hiram Cack.
"Cack lay 'very III. . One day he got
down-hearted, feeHngthat his ease
was hopeless. ' ' -
"I fear, doctor he said, 'there Isn't
much hope for me."
- '"Oh. yes. thereW tho" doctor an
swered. Three years- agoM was in
your condition precisely, and look at
me bow.' . rf ' ."
"Cack. intelligent aad alert, said
"fWhat doctor did you haver"
Stlli Working for Humanity.
Tcnnie Claflln. as she was called be
fore she married an English lord and
went to England to live in the '70s. is
back again In New York. Her agita
tion now is to promote happier mar
riages by lectures and informal eater
talnmenta in churches.
Give Defiance 8tarch a fair trial
try It for both hot and cold starching,
and if you don't think you do better
work, In less time and at smaller cost,
return it and your grocer will give
you back your money.
If yoa win be true to the best of
yourself, Hvlng up to your nature,
standing boldly by the truth of your
word and satisfied therewith, then yon
will be" a happy maa. Marcus AurtV
Take Garfield Tea,' the .atnral Laxa
tive, for constipation, indirection, liver
and kidney derangements, ami cold. It is
made of Herbs. Guaranteed under the
Pare Food Law.-
We frequently fall into errror and
folly, net because the true prisciples
of actUm are not known, but because
far the time they are not remembered.
Defiance Starch Sixteen ounces fort
ten cents, all ether brands coataia
only 12 ounces for same money.
who prays for rata
steal bis neighbors
umbrella if his prayers were answered.!!
Furs, Hides, Pelts.
Write for price" and ship to McMillan
rot at Wool Co.. Minneapolis, Minn.
Nothing pleases a homely
much as to save a man esanpUmeat
YBI.SSI CDBXS XX S TV 1 0a'
PaZO OINTMENT is nacuwtd to ran mar
of ltrhinir. Blind. Xlleadiujr or PrMnKUsc file, ia
to 3a days ur muarjy ntfaadaa. Sflc
re thing that one cant
And it's a
be sure of anything in this srorld
Sno!;er have 4o call for Leari' Singl
Binder cipaito get it. Your 2caler or
Levis' Factory, Peoria. Hi.
With too many people charity Is
snore ef a fad than a virtue.
Aperfecl Remedy rorCoasGpa
fkm, Sour Stomach.Diarrtoea
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
TacSasils Signature of
The extraordinary popularity of line
white goods this summer makes the
choice of Starch a matter of great im
portaaee.; Deflaace starch, beiag fret
from all Injurious, chemicals. Is the
only one which is safe to use on tne
fabrics. Its great strength as a stlsT
ener makes half the usual quantity of
Starch seessary. with the resslt of
perfect Anise, equal to that whea the
la St ;;jUswli(advcatee!-a:': better ito
wuntisfypHn. ; , ' ' T
a dlseaastcfef Wstdea, "we writ
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I EXACT COPY OF WRAP
Is it a Catarrh RemedyZQFW Tonic,
r Soaw people catt.Ptt a treat teaic. Others refer te Peraaa u peat catarrh
remedy. '.." v" " i . -i-y
Which ef tacxaafe are rijht, . !s KaMce ffsper.to jg Jarena a catanajap
Weacttacatanhteae 'LJU" LL..V
la order te taorsaghly relieve any cast 'of catarrh, a ismi iy mast set earlave a
tsedflcactienon the assess mmbrsata aSsctsd ay the catarrh, bat it mast have a
csseral teaicactjan en the nervosa system-.
Catarrh, even ia persons who art etherwisestnaf, isai
mucosa rasmbraae. There meat be awrftusg te so
tons ts th arteriM aad ts rain tne vital force.
mrh.. ..MMfiMt rMBadv tea
niiM i writaM - BvnDi xi5 r?a wADBBSIS. The wsassrJsl saucier sf this
Pemna which eAaatitataa a awacific remedv
rat mvM ha 1mmWI Thia
as COLLlRSOaiA CANADENSIS. CORYDALIS UKMA uACMDWmWO,
ought to make this compound an Ideal reattdy for eatanataaBIm stifeaasdlKitftwi
in the body.. , , --
Prom s theoretical standpoiat. therefere, Ptrsaa sj btyesd critWam. The est ef
Peraaa. coonrau this epiaies. Hamberle.vt teatiasaaiala froaa every ssarter ef theMrth
furnish amsle evMeace that this iademeai iaset ever eathssiastJe. Was pctical as
perience confirm a well-grcnaded theory
The Crcuktion Sliwubfed
Knows Whom He Can Trust
Police Commissioner Ilingham h
learned one important fact that wilr-tw
of aid to him in hia omeial career.
When he desires -to get the exact facts
about some large question that is to
the front in New York city he calls
in the newspaper reporters located at
police headquarters and has a heart-to-heart
talk. As one of them says:'
"He gets it straight, and so straight
that not all the men of the force cam
fool him on that one point"
That an article may be good as arall
as cheap, and give eatire satisfaction.
i is proven by the extraordinary sale of
Defiance Starch, each package eoa-
,; tainin oae-third more Starch than
1 can be had of any ether brand for the
j " ,
No sooner does the average maa dis-
I rover that he has made a- mistake
than he gets busy and maufactures aa
For Infanti and Children.
The Kinil You Have
IBJw jTBmyfTlBf tTt i vt I
BKKBIKKKnnKkWIWKmmnKB w. w. u omaha, no. 2, 1907. -
NO MORE MUSTARD PIASTERS TO BLISTER.
. . TK SCIENnFIC ANP MODERN EXTERNAL COUtVTEJt-tRJUTAMT.
EXTRACT OF THE CAYENNE PEPPER-PLANT
A OUrCK. SURE. SAFE AND ALWAYS READY CURE FOR PAIN.-nTJCS
15C.-HN COLLAPSIBLE TUBES-AT ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS. OR '
BY MAIL ON RECEIPT OF ISc. IN POSTAGE STAMPS. SOITT WAIT
TILL THE PAIN COMM-KEI A TUBS HANSY.
A ssbstituts for and superior to mustard or say etbar piaster, aad will set
elister the most delicate akin. The pain-auayinf and csranvs esaMues sf
tne srncis are wocaenui. 11 win stop me ioniser m at esc
Heasschs and Sciatica. We recommend it as the bast and i
counter-irrHaat-ksown. also as an asternal remedy Isr pahw Id ftas-c
and stomach and all Rheumatic. Neuralgic aad Goaty complaints. A trial
will prove what we claim for it. aad it wilt be fesad to be Invalsahls hrsm -
household and f or cat laren. Ones used
people say "it is tne oestot ail your sressiaaeat. Accept as
of vaseline snless the same carries our label, sa otherwise it is a
SEND YOUR ADDRESS AND WE WILL MAIL OUR VASE
LINE PAMPHLET WHICH WILL INTEREST YOU.
CHESEBROUGH MFC CO.
17 STATE STREET. NEW YORK CITT
strtnttkem the cawatottos, to grve
wsrll has attracted as :
arMas. leisisfCei bV I
the resslt ia a trsth that caaaet fee i
Mid Hie Muscles arid JoixtiS
lubricated by using
Price 25o 50c 6L0O
Sold by ail Dealers
8su.hl aiaiMff. aau.nws
THE CANADIAN WEST
IS THE BEST WEST
Kpr la Mat ta caaaotaa
Waaaiata beat Weaa.
Tear by year tha-aavi.
eaitaialretaraa aava la
naand lavolBBe aad is
vaiaa. aodatili iteOav
dian GoreraaH-nt oSaaa
my e saa ttWmb
Soie if the AMigis
tsl Tmlfsrmv mmllsaaim
kaamamaaakakai ka.a a . t f. "apa-
Saatera CanaSa. Man fna tk li;rv?.
V. Y. KMETT. Ml Mr- Yam liCI
FOBS AND HIDES I
me nan iki u rax
Why net rt fa valve by sMppisg
them yourself instead of selling te
,yoer local sealer at i-a ta a-j sf
what they aat vorth? SEND FO.
Taos and price ubt. smaii
saissMBta are welceme and receive
MS HertH tSWI St.. - OMAHA NIB.
asrXaaSaValw sria to bar any
'""SaneadwrusadBi MS caJetnas shaaM iaset anaa harina-
as. M m a -
vmj a rar, nraaaa au
ix. aiavx cm,iMrS
no family will ke without R.
I IflMtl LIlO TJaeyslsorenCTsBts
sTlafrD '"wi Asersjctiess.
I Lite gayawlatase 'ITiaiiSh
H " kl the Moath, CSaSst
SSSSSSSSSl liwiiatuitfc MTU. IhSp
iAissiStMM iM-Si&j&S&isj W'tM..
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