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PRESCRIPTION WHICH ANYONE
CAN EASILY MIX.
. SaM to Promptly Overcome Kidney
and Bladder Afflictions Shake
"; ' ' Simple Ingredients Well
Mix the following by shaking well
In a bottle, and take in -teaspooaf ul
doses after meals and at bedtimer
Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half
ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce;
Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three
ounces. A prominent physician is the
authority that these simple, harmless
ingredients can be obtained at nom
inal cost from any -druggist even in
the smaller towns.
The mixture is said to cleanse and
strengthen the clogged and inactive
Kidneys, overcoming Backache, Blad
der weakness and Urinary trouble of
all kinds, if taken before the stage of
Those who have tried this say it pos
itively overcomes pain in the back,
clears the urine of sediment and regu
lates -urination, especially at night,
curing even the worst forms of blad
Every man or woman here who feels
that the kidneys are not strong or act
ing in a healthy manner should mix
this prescription at home and give it
a. trial, as it is said to do wonders for
The Scranton (Pa.) Times was first
to print this remarkable prescription.
ia October, of 190G, since when all the
leading newspapers of New York, Bos
ton, Philadelphia, Pittsburg and other
cities have made many announcements
ef it to their readers.
The Bright Firstborn.
They were discussing the law of en
tail the English law bequeathing the.
bulk of the family property to the
There is 59 per cent, of logic la,
that law. said a physician, "and if the
family property went to the firstborn,
whether son or daughter, the law
would contain 100 per cent, of logic.
For the first born child is practically
always the best best in brain, in
build, in beauty, in everything.
"Why is this so? It Is because maf
ried people lovo one another more pro
foundly at the beginning than after
ward; for love, like all things, grows
Id. grows weak, often dies.
"Mrs. Cralgie John Oliver Hobbes
was a first born child. So was Marie
Corelli. So was Richard Mansfield.
So were Joseph Chamberlain, Lord
Kitchener, Max Muller, Henry Irving,
"Look back into the past, and we
see again the prominence of the first
born, among them Mohammed, Con
fucius. Raphael. Milton, Dante, Goethe,
Byron, Shelly 'and Heine."
To Err Is Human.
Robert Browning once found him
self at a dinner, at a great English
house, sitting next to a lady who was
connected with the highest aristoc
racy. She was very graciously In
clined, and did her utmost to make
"Are you not a poet?" she finally
"Well." said Browning, "people are
sometimes kind enough to say that I
"Oh. please don't mind my having
mentioned It," the duchess hastened
to say. with the kindest of smiles.
"You know Byron and Tennyson and
others were poets."
"Nonsense," said the high financier,
"we did not sell a worthless fran
chise." "But such is current report, ven
tured the Interviewer.
The high financier made a gesture
of impatience. "Young man," he re-
. turned, severely, "if you got hold of
any old franchise that you could un
load for two millions, would you re
gard it as worthless?"
No reply being possible to this.
Too Many Islands.
Larry Me friend Casey has made
a lot av money awn gone to spind th
summer in th' Thousand islands. He
invited me np.
Denny Faith, phoy don't yez go?
Larry Bedad. he didn't say which
island awn Oi might have to hunt over
nolne hundred and nointy-noine be
fore Oi found him. By thot time me
vacation would be over.
HER "BEST FRIEND."
A Woman Thus Speaks of Postum,
We usually consider our best friends
those who treat us beet
Some persons think coffee a real
friend, but watch It carefully awhile
and observe that it is one of the
meanest of all enemies for it stabs
eaxe while professing friendship.
Coffee -contains a poisonous drug
caffeine which injures the delicate
nervous system and frequently sets up
disease in one or more organs of the
body, if its use is persisted; in.
"I had heart palpitation and nerv
oasness for four years and the doctor
told me the trouble was caused by
coffee. He advised me to leave it off,
but I thought I could not," writes a
"On the advice of a friend I tried
Postum Food Coffee and it so satis
fied me that I did not care for coffee
after a few days trial of Postum.
"As weeks went by and I continued
to use Postum my weight increased
from 98 to 118 pounds, and the heart
trouble left me. I have used it a year
and am stronger than I ever
I can hustle np stairs without
any heart palpitation, and I am cared
mt aApiimniiHJui v
My children are very fond of Post-
i and it agrees wltnftem. Wsb
ter liked it when she drank it at my
tease, but not when she made it .at
ber own borne. Now she has learned
saake it risat, boll it according to
attractions, and has .becosne Tery fond
mi it Ton may ase my masse if yoa
wish, as I am'not arts tied" of Malaise
Nasse given by
The Road te
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The State Capital
Natters sf , Geseral Interest
Nesrasks's Seat of QoverasKat
Commission -or the Court.
A letter was received .from. Passen
ger Traffic Manager P. S. Eustis of
'the Burlington, informing the railroad
commission that the new 'cream rates
promulgated to go into effect on No
vember 1 must await judicial determi
nation by the Chicago federal court.
Mr. .Eustis says the Burlington would
gladly place the rates en its tariff
sheets, and, in fact, had the new sched
ules already prepared, but for the or
der of the federal court. Now he in
dicates there Is nothing to do but to
let the' courts decide.
This presents an actual conflict be
tween' the federal court and the rail
road commission, and it is-certain the
commissioners will' at once take steps
to enforce their order. No restraining
order of any federal court has' been
served upon the board, and they are
pf the opinion that the order of n Chi
cago federal judge on the Burlington
has little weight' in Nebraska under
the circumstances. A notification to
this effect will be sent to Mr. Eustis,
and then the battleground will change
from Chicago to the Cornhusker state.
This is practically the first order of
the board that has gone far enough to
enable a test of this character, and
that it will be made is certain unless
the Burlington changes front and de
cides to enforce the new tariff on
cream. For each offense on the part
of a road in disregarding an order of
the commission the penalty fixed is
a fine of not less than $1,000 or more
than $5,000, and officers and employes
of the road involved may be fined
from $100 to $500 for each offense.
These provisions are certain to be
ured. and prompt action on the part
of the commissioners may be looked
Later" Notice was received Friday
by the railroad commission in the
Ehape of a telegram from Traffic Man
ager P. S. Eustis of the Burlington
that his road would enforce the new
cream rates in Nebraska beginning No
vember 4. Friday was the time fixed
by the commission for the new
charges, to be euective. While on
the face of the situation the attitude
of the railroad appears favorable, the
members of the board will take steps
te secure evidence of violation of their
order should any occur. This means
that if te commissioners ascertain
that cream is being shipped at the old
rate the road so offending will be
amenable to the state courts for vio
lation. The St Joe & Grand Island road at
first accepted the new cream rates,
and filed its schedules with the board,
but later withdrew the new rates, giv
ing the same reason as the Burlington.
Brief in Pure Food Law.
General Cowin, attorney for the
packers, has filed a brief with the
pure food commissioner in which he
contests the interpretation put on the
pure food law by the commissioner.
General Cowiu expressed the opinion
that where meat packages are not
stamped at all with the weight, the
law has not been disobeyed. But if the
weight is stamped on the package in
correctly, then the law has been vio
lated. He calls attention to the na
tional law and the laws of other states
which arc like the national law in this
.respect and these provide for the
stamping of the net weight when the
contents is set out in the weight he
says. The law is for the purpose of
preventing deceit, said General Cowin,
and if the weight is not stamped on
the package, then deceit is not prac
ticed. As for stamping the weight of
a ham on the outside wrapper, the
brief says it is practically impossible,
as the meat constantly shrinks. The
wrapper is put around the ham to
gether with the oil paper, the brief
said, to prevent it from spoiling, and
when thus wrapped is guaranteed for
thirty days. Otherwise the purchaser
buys at his own risk.
Transferred to Federal Court.
The case of Woods Bros, against the
American Express company, in which
they sue for $10,000 damages for de
lay on a cable of funds to Antwerp,
Belgium, was transferred to the fed
eral court from the Lancaster district
court, where it was first filed by the
plaintiffs. The transfer was made by
the defendants in the case. The plain
tiffs allege that on November 1. 1905,
they cabled to Joseph Watson at Ant
werp 80,000 francs, or $15,486.67, to
pay for thirty-six horses. The cable
was so delayed that Watson was un
able to ship the horses by a certain
boat, and they did not reach Lincoln
in time for an advertised sale at which
they were to be sold.
Railroad Commissioner Williams
last week telephoned to Secretary
Clark Perkins of the commission from
Sargent that a large shipment of cat
tle was received there, on which there
was due $1,300 freight, which the con
signee was unable to pay in cash be
cause of the recent decision of the
banks not to pay currency except in
small amounts. The cattle were un
loaded at Sargent in the railroad
yards, and as feed is scarce, there is
likely to be a considerable amount of
liability to some one.
-XT' ae T- s7
0nd!m' ".' saif "
Robert Ryan, his attorney, for some-
thins; over $2,000. which he claims is
doe on a note. On one occasion $100
was credited on the note and on an
other $3,000 for iIegal services. Ryan
was attorney for Brown in, the Bart
ley matter and succeeded, in setting
him pffr without tb "paymettof ,the
-bonds. Ryan claiBM:Bo settlrsssnt
has beea made for his services and
Brown owes him considerably mora
than the amoaat of the motes. :
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m ohw irnwnrncionii . . ihikhiiimiu . i sm uia nm Kiar ueaiH. i -nam inniiri ! .-w ,. . -m
Treasurer, Brian haa'Sled bis retort.
of the months' business with thevstate
auditor. Mr.'feri&n lia'fearnrinz as'csch
items warwtiK'hiAt otherwise'
would have to lie registered for- pay
ment and which wddrawUper
cent interest: -Byl4aMng up'QkeWjwar
rants with money-copt or .tne. wspo-
rary school fund ana.taereTjrrbdihg'.
uiem iraut.uie geuenu. nop .i aiww
take care of them, he loses ''the Spcr
ccui uiierec u.u wuiuu wxiuc no
the temporary school fund deposited
But in the long run he saves the stated
1 per cent, Inasmuch as the registered'
warrants would draw 4 per cent inter.,
est. . .
Contrary to ,the general impression
all of the Lincoln banks save one have
state, depositsand are paying 3 per
cent interest, while in Omaha, the
Brandeis 'bank pays the state 3, per
cent At this time Mr. Brian has on
hand in currency in .the neighborhood
cf $800. His business has always been
carried on largely with checks, and he
is continuing to Issue checks, giving
to'tKose who need the cash just as
little as possible.
Warrants issued against the tempo
rary university fund are being-registered,
but usually run only a short
time. , ''"'. " " V "'V f
' Since January' 4', 1907, -the state debt
has been reduced $557,211.04. Janu-'
ary,4 the debt was $1,84128.40 and
at close of, business. Thursday the debt,
was $l,284i6l6.7G. The 'school fund
invested in bonds since January 1 has
increased $993,713.22. January' V the
school fund invested in bonds amount-
Jed to $5,722,424.13, and on November
1, the investment in bonds amounted
Pollard Preparing for Terminal Tax.
R. D. Pollard, tax commissioner of
the Burlington, accompanied by his
son and assistant, Frank Pollard,
called on Secretary Bennett of the
state board of assessment to talk over
the forms to be used in assessing the
property of railroads located in towns
and villages under the provisions of
the terminal tax law enacted by the
recent legislature. While the new law
will occasion much work, especially
for the engineering department, Mr.'
Pollard said in his department he
probably woula seed no extra help.
Mr. Pollard has already had experi
ence with the South Dakota terminal
tax law, and he -said while the asses
sors placed the value of the property
plenty high, he did not know what in
crease would be made in the amount
of taxes, because the levies had not
yet been made. In Kansas a tax com
mission has been created which has
full charge of the matter, and the rail
roads are yet to test this method in
that state. Heretofore the local prop
erty has been assessed by a state
board there, and returned to the city
or village In which the property is lo
Hay Car Case Appealed.
The Northwestern railroad has ap
pealed' to the supreme .court the case
brought by Frank Dabney of Stuart,
before Judge Westover, asking for a
mandamus to compel the road to fur
nish five cars a day for ten days for
shipment of hay. The mandamus was
granted by Judge Westover. Judge
Lctton has allowed a supersedeas, the
bond being fixed at $2,500 and signed
by R. W. McGinnis, Northwestern
agent at Lincoln. The railroad claims
it is not in the jurisdiction of the dis
trict court to mandamus a railroad in
Overcharges by Railroads.
Secretary of State Junkin Is of the
opinion that overcharges have been
made by the railroads on all packages
of books sent to county clerks. The
total sum thus realized is estimated
at about ,$500, as .such packages have
been sent to each county. Mr. Junkin
has received a letter from the Burling
ton agent at Mullen stating that the
charges on the rejected house and sen
ate journals were 48 cents instead of
90 cents, as at .first reported. Mr.
Junkin has ascertained that the
charges should hjtve been 25 cents in
stead of 48 cents.
Not Admitted to Home.
Because Burdctte M. Cleveland of
Fremont receives a veteran's pension
of $30 per month, he cannot be ad
mitted to the Grand Island soldier's
home. This was the decision made by
Secretary of State, Junkin and Land
Commissioner Eaton, who declared
that the home at Grand Island was
maintained for indigent veterans, and
that this man's pension was too large
to allow him admittance.
Missouri Pacific Reports.
The Missouri Pacific Railroad com
pany has made its weekly report to
the railway commission showing tho
amount of work done on the line. To
October 26 ties had been spotted to
the number of 106,188; ties renewed,
67,854; ties received. 68,764; ties on
hand, 910; section men employed, 256.
This report was for, one division.
No More Special Hates.
No more special rates for parties in
special cars. The Union Pacific in
formed the railway commission that
the present plan of carrying eighteen
persons in a special car was unremu-
nerative. After this there most be
first-class fares for eighteen, unless
the travelers are only going one way.
This will be a hard blow to the land
seekers, who are in the habit of en
gaging cars for the round trip. They
will be compelled to pay full fare both
"There is not a cent of state money
in the suspended bank at Grand Isl
and," said State Treasurer Brian. A
balance of $4,000 was withdrawn noma
months ago the treasurer added be
cause the bank demurred to paying S
'per cent Interest
,It; is -mot improbable that the Ar
mpurj Packing company will shortly
hegim to brand its oleoasargarine pachv
ages and mot contest the Fare, food
law, or rather the interpretatJoa pat
oa that law by nod
Thft Hi Held
- -Mrs. Mary CrumliEh of 1130 West
Third Street, Wilmington,, Del., says:
"Some years ago'l
aVv. , ., -i
toa miseraoie ana
jose cay awoKeirom
voapvw4tK a plerc-'
ugptun in my dock
lAfi) maue me
move and after that
I'had backache and
dizzy spells all the .time. My ankles
'swelled and-1 ran down dreadfully. I
.was nervous and had awfuTheadachcs.
I-wonder that any medicine could do
what Doan's .Kidney Pills have done.
-for me. .-They cured me four'syears
.'ago and',I,bave been well ever "since."
'Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co.. "Buffalo.. N. Y.
JUST WHAT HE WANTED.
Surely Here Were Musical Tastes
Enough to Suit Anybody.
A gentleman of the most cultivated
.musical tastes, wishing to change his
Tesideace. advertised rfbri rooms) in a
"pfivate family "fond of music." The
next mail brought him the follow
ing "reply: ' c . ' l.f ,
"Dear Sir: I. think we could accom
modate you with rooms, and as for
music one of my daughters plays' the
parlor, organ and gtttar; another one
plays 'the accordeon and l)anjo; I play
the cornet and fiddle; by wife plays
the harmonica and my son the flute.
We all sing-and' if yon are good at
'tenner singing you would' fit right 'in
when we get to singing gospel hims
evenings, for none of us -sings tenner.
Or if you plays the base vial we have
one right here in the house. If you
want music as well as rooms and
board we could accommodate you and
there would be no extra charge for it.
FAMILY'S 8KIN TROUBLE.
Eczema, Heat Rashf and Scalp Affec
tions Afflict Different Members,
But Cuticura- Cures Them.
"My wife had eczema for five or six
years. It was on her face and would
come and go. ,We thought.we would,
give the Cuticura Remedies a triaL We
did so and she has never had a sign of
eczema for four years. I myself used
Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment
some time ago for falling hair. I now
have a very heavy head of hair. We
-used Cuticura Remedies for our baby,
who was nearly bald when young. She
has very nice hair now. She is very
fleshy, and we had so much trouble
with heat that we would bathe her
with Cuticura Soap and then apply
Cuticura Ointment, it would dry the
heat np so much quicker than any
thing else. Mr. H. B. Springmire, 323
So. Capital Street Iowa City, fcL, July
16, 1905, and Sept 16, 1906."
Her New Hat.
"I believe Maude Is weakening in
her championship of the Audubon
movement against bird plumage hat
"What makes you think so?"
"I notice in public, especially at the
theater, she is showing the white
"771th a smooth Iroz .c.3 Defiance
Starch, you can launder your shirt
waist just as well at home as the
steam laundry can; it will have the
nroper stiffness and finish, there will
bex less wear and tear of the goods,
and it will be a positive pleasure to
use a Starch that does not rtick to the
The Circus Lemonade. k
Uncle Hiram Be gosh, this here is
the blamedest. weakest lemonade I
Slangy . Nephew Gracious, uncle!,
Maybe they "handed you the lemon."
, Uncle Hiram Handed me a lemon?
Great grasshoppers! They didn't
even hand me a slice of lemon."
Important to Mothers.
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
In Use For Over SO Years.'
The Kind You Have Always Bought.
"Jones is the most prominent mem
ber of our golf club." . -"Why,
he can't play golf V
"No, but he .always pays his dues."
Lewis' Single Binder straight 5c. Yoa
pay 10c for cigars not so good. Your deal
er or Lewis' Factory, Peoria, BL
Finishing is the hardest part of a
buy man's job. .
" W- BB
Ton sEotild know, if you suffer from any of ffie
pains due to womanly trouble, that it is possible to be
relieved or cured by the use of Cardui
JF? y6818 over, of unexampled success,'
in the treatment of female ailments, has demonstra
ted what Cardui can do, for others, since, in that
time, it has benefited over a million women.
lams, of Willow Shoals, Ky., "and I praise it above
another medicines. "Befor T foron n rtoA-if Twaa
-almost dead. .1 had suffered for five (5) years, with
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but I live
constant fear of par-
: I TfFonaoTO'llmeiifhave SenwknUae
letellydu & V 'great goPybS
wonderful Sloan's. Liniment is doing
here." writes Mr. James F. Abernetbv.
of Rutherford College, N:'C.,,4lrivfact.J
all your -remedies-are doing' noble
work, but yoturXiniment -beats alL In
my eight years'-experience with med
icine I find none to go .ahead df.it,
having tried, it in very many casesT I
know of one young man, a Jbrick-ma-aon,
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I got him to use your Liniment, and
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I get all to use it I possibly can and
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"Sammy.' said aGermantown moth
er recently to her ycungest-born,
"When you divided those seven pieces
of candy with your brother did yoa
give him four?"
"No, ma'am," replied' , Sammy) "I
knew they wouldn't' come out even,
so I ate" one before I" began' to di
vide." Harper's Weekly.
W offer On -Hundred DoUtn Coward for mat
ease of Catwrti ttut ¬ bo coxed or Bali'a
- , "P.J.CHE!rETCa,Tote.0.
We. the aedcrdgaed. have knows F. J. Cheney
for the Uat 15 rears, and bellere blra perfectly hon
orable in aU baalneM transactions and ananciaUr
able to earrj out any obligations made bjr nU arm.
Waldixo. Kixxax Mabtix. .
M IFnoleaaloDroBsJiU. Toledo. O.
HalTa Catarrh Cere la taken Internally, -actta
dtrectly apoa the blood and atncoiia surface of tbn
system. Testimonials sent free Prlce?3cemta'pr
Take Hair Family PUU for constipation.
A Slight Misapprehension.
"Your party Just now Is rather in
an acephalous condition, isn't it?"
"Not at all not at alL It only
wants a leader."
The kidneys are essential organs
for keeping the body free from im
purities. If they should fail to work
death would ensue in very short time.
Inflammation or irritation caused
by some feminine derangement may
spread to some extent to the Kidneys
and affect them, The cause can be
so far removed by using Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
that the trouble will disappear.
When a woman is troubled with
pain or weight in loins, backache,
swelling of the limbs or feet, swell
ing under the eyes, an uneasy, tired
feeling in the region of the kidneys,
she should lose no time in com
birthday once said, I do
getting old;!andJr do' ndf
mencing treatment with
Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound
It may be the means of saving her life. Bead what this medicine did
for Kate A. Hearn, 520 West 47th Street, New York, who writes:
Dear Mrs. Pinkham: "I owe a debt of gratitude to Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound for it has saved my life. I suffered with
Kidney trouble, irregularities and painful periods, and my blood was
fast turning to water. I used your medicine for some time and it has
made me strong and well."
Lydia E. Piakban's Vegetable Compovad made from native roots
and herbs cures Female Complaints, such as Falling and Displacements,
and Organic Diseases. Dissolves and expels Tumors at an early stage.
It strengthens and tones the Stomach. Cures Headache,' General Debility
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Mrs. Pinkham's Invitation to Women
Women suffering from any form of female illness are invited to write
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W. L. DOUGLAS
$3.00 & $3.50 SHOES Tswc2u
aftBiB?8HOE8 FOR EVERY MEMBER OF sTd
. m THE FAMILY. AT ALL PRICES.
m9MW lOsBCrntast doom mm m1sb , mmM
i Reward 7FJ?TZ&ZE$ZXZ
m THIS REASON W. I Douglas shoes are worn by more people
la all walksof life than any other make, to because of their
excellent style. cay-fitting, and superior wearing qualities.
The selection of the leathers and other materials for each part
w- iuBiuuD,mmcr ucuui oi me maaing is tooaeu alter dt
the most completeorganization of snperintendents,foremenand
akilled shoemakers, who receive the highest wages paid in the
ahoe industry, and whose workmanship cannotbe excelled.
ill could tike yoa into my large factories at
avndJlhow von how earef nllv W.
, Donglas shoes
would then understand why. they hoi
wear longer and are of greater ralne than any
mtrmmmmmd J&aW flfl Cafaw .
vauiiua i ine Kenuiue nare w. u. uousias
5 Sdbetitate. Ask your dealer for W. I.
direct to factory. Shoes sent ovary where by maU.
OR TRADE for clear property 3000 acres
ileeded land, clear, in San Luis Valley. Colo.
All can be lrriratetl and farmed. 27 cubic feet
of water. Cuts one thousand tons of hay.
Natural gas, nine artesian wells, two sets im
provements, forty miles fence. In connection
with above, 8000 acres land leased at 4c per acre.
Price only $3) an acre. lease thrown in. Address
"OWNER." Box 335, Colorado Springs, Colo.
with 60 one
and I nil! mail
yoo a Dollar of
ti t iirTi..rz v -7"- .- r-f".,r "
tn mlrA !y. 9fA.n, hnftl
"" rmunmiotm pwa idumhj: icnwTei neaaacue.
Toothache. Kenrmia. tn one minute: cool farter than
lee: buna will sot Ulster. A ooonrul taken four
. i wnzus snoes are r.
1ST hob! tbftir ihtnu. i
data with fun imiii
They had bee, engaged just seven
tee, nunutesi bp the; decay yet fqr
the last, three-seventeenth of that pe
riod there had been.a prped. scornful
look upon her fair face that vwas cat-"
culafed to either the orange blos
soms. - .
"i; can't, imagine, dear," he aald.
saaiy,, wmw nas come over yoa bo
"Oh, GeoTge,J,fbfgiyfe me!M-sie "ex
claimed,, with a convulsive sob, as she
threw her arms' about' his' neck, ,MI
thought yotf'asked'rae if Iilwas rheu
, No Decoration Required.
It was Mr. Hobart's first experience
with waffles," and he liked the taste of
them. When he had been served
twice', he cajled the waiter to him and
- "I'm .from Pokeville, he said, "and
we're plain folks there; don't care
much for style, but we know good
food when we get it I want another
plateful o' those cakes, Irat you tell
the cook she needn't stop to put that
fancy printing on 'em; 'just send 'em
along- plain.' Youth's' Companion.
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, St better,
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i stamped on bot
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Look? for thin bmnu uu Itaraesa, Cellars,
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Etc, Ask yonr dealer t o shew you gooaa with
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ly pains, every month. I had doctors
from different places, but none of
them did me any good, and I ran down
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"At last I wrote you for advice
and began to take Cardui. In three
months I was like a new woman. I
continued to improve and now I am
well, weigh 67
before I began, and am able to
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are now available. The new regelatioas ssake kr
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waiting for. Any member of a family may make
entry for any other member ef the family, wa may
be entitled to make entry for himself or herself.
Entry may now be made before tae'Ageat or Sab
Agent of the District by prosy, (oa certain coadi
lions) by the father, m other, son. daughter, brother
or sister of intending homesteader.
MAay ea namtwred seetloe of Dearialen,
,taads la Manitoba or the KorMVWeat Frovlac,
eseeattaaTS and xs. aot reserved, may be toil
steaded by any panon ttie sole bead of a family,
or male o ver lSy tmtm of ace. to the ex teat of one
etsrterscUoB,orin acres, store or Mas."
Thef ee in each case wilt be Sraotv Churcher.
schools and markets convenient. Healthy cltmate.
splendid crops and good laws. Grain-growing and
cattle raising principal industries.
For further particulars as to rate, routes, beat
time to go and where to locate, apply to
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juui nanus sua euiucss uu a pa
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month, by direct local treatment Its cur
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s of women are using sad ree-
esnmttndiag it every day. fie cents at
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IT COSTS TOT If OTHlXf TO
PAXXOS CO, 3
5WES Mason snifsaaanry I
OsTernmr work and tanker
ai lasts never
Sbv AmV ammm, amm Bam Sat ami Saw. amsv Saw saw anaanBtT
OU AH nUUn wTc
MERRY GO ROUNDS
Uatftters. DepCM MoirrBTosowAJWA.M.T-
W. N. U, OMAHA, NO. 45, 1907.
1 - 2 rounds mora, than
do my work." Try it.
denes ana m
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has the Jul
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