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IN MY FWMlfcT
1 Have Used Pc-ru-ni at Varioos
Times for Several 'Yesrst"
MR. EDWARD SI. BURTT, 5 N. Jef
ferson Ave., St. Louis, Mo., writes:
"J tafforclstue much pleasure to an
nounce that I hare used your medicine
at various times for several years, and
that it has given entire satisfaction, not
only in my own faraity, but also that of
others of mv friends. And would cheer
fully recommend the use of Pernna, as
1 certainly do endorse your medicine,".
Catarrh of Head, Nsse, larasc.
Mr. Charles Levy, 80 Allen St, New
York, N..Y., writes;
"I am very plad to tell you of the
cures wrought by Pernna in my family.
"My rod, aged seven, who had ca
tarrh of the nose, was cured by two
bottles of Pernna, and I had catarrh of
the head, nose, throat and ears. One
bottle of Peruna cured me."
Pe-nt-ea Tablets: Some people prefer
tablets, rather than medicine in a fluid
form. Such people can obtain Peru
bi Tablets, which represent the solid
medicinal ingredients of Pernna.
Ask Ymur Druggist tar Free Penmm
Atmumac tor 1908.
A man had been very badly treated
by the proprietors of a boarding
house, and when in temporary finan
cial difficulties had been forced to
leave. Some time later, smiled upon
by fickle fortune, he achieved success
md prosierity as a popular dentist,
and soon found means to revenge his
former landlady's slight The method
he' adopted was simple but extremely
effective, quite ruining: the business of
his enemy. Directly opposite the
boarding house he opened his new
dental establishment and upon the
largest window in bold letters ap
peared the following notice: "Steel
pointed boarding house teeth a spe
cialty!" Laundry work at home would be
much more satisfactory if the right
Starch were used. In order to get the
desired stiffness, it is usually neces
sary to use so much starch that the
beaut' and fineness of the fabric is
hidden behind a paste1 of varying
thickness, which not only destroys the.
appearance, but also affects the wear
ing quality of the goods. This trou
ble can he entirely overcome by using
Defiance Starch, as it can be applied
much more thinly because of its great
er strength than other makes.
A Httlt fun.
A little play,
A little- laughter
Day by day.
A little school
Ami we'll confess
A little bit of waywardness.
A little Brief
A little wee
As Mown the Inter
Yours we so.
A little love.
A little strife.
A ileal of hope
And this is life.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
j local application, aa they cannot Teach the dl
eaaeJ portion of the ear. There la tally one wsj M
cure aeafaeaa. aad that la by eonatUBtlonal remedies.
Peafaeat ta csaaed by am InSaaied coauUlloai of th
tnucoua llBlac of the Eustachian Tube. When thU
tbe ta. tntaned yoateven rsaabUaKaoandor lnt
nerfect henrlng. and when U ! entirely cloaed. Deaf
eaa to the reult,aad ualeaa the Inflammation can be
taken out and tbla tube restored to Its normal condi
tion, beariBK will be detnyed forever; nine esses
oat of ten are canned by Catarrh, which la nothlag
tiot an InSsmed condition of the aiacoas urfacea.
We will Elve One Hundred Dollars for any cate of
Deafneaa (eauaed by catarrh) that cannot be cared
by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circa lar. free.
F. J. CHEXEV CO.. Toledo, a
Sold by Druggists. 75c
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
He Knew Her.
Mrs. Highflyer Yes, George was
away behind in his alimony, said money
was tight and all that, but I brought
The Platonic Friend How did you
Mrs. Highflyer Oh, I wrote him a
little letter threatening to go back and
lire with him.
Important to Kothors.
Examine carefully ;very bottle of
CASTORIA a safe and sure remedy for
infants nd children, and see that it
Signature cf (
In Use For Over 30 Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought.
Hewitt You look glum; what's the
Jewett I've had bad news front my
Hewitt What is It?
Jewett She's coming home.
FITS, St. Vitus Dance and all Xervous
Diseases permanently cured by Dr. Kline's
Great Xerve Restorer. Send for Free $2.00
trial bottle and treatise. Dr. R. H. Kline,
Ld.. 931 Arch St.. Philadelphia, Pa.
An old bachelor says that some wom
en marry for the purpose of obtaining
a listener wfcc can't get away.
ril.ES CURED IX B TO 14 DATS.
TAZO OINTMENT is uarantwd to cure anr case
nt Itching. Blind. BWdinjt or ITotrndwg l'iles in
t toll days or money refunded. iGc
Insomnia is one of the infant all
jnents that is contagious.
Lewis' Single Binder Cigar has a rich
taste. Your dealer or Lewis Factory,
With .old age comes the knowledge
cf lost opportunities. ' "
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The State Capital
Matters af Gaaeral latcrest
Nebraeka s Seat af Ge
Auditor Searle's Report
The senl-annual report of State Au
ditor Searie for the period from June
1 to November 30, 1S07, shows' the out
standing warrants, at this time amount
to Sl.475.970.81i warraats issued dur
ing that period $1,048,445.18; war
rants paid during that period, $1,263,
360.38. This shows that warrants tp
the amouut of $220,915 have been paid
off in excess of the warrants issued,
but this is due to the heavy payment
of wararnts issued against the tern-,
porary school fund. This issue was
,made last May, the amount being $457,
829. The warrants' were paid just
after June 1, bringing the payment in
this six months' business and the is
suance in the preceding period. As a
matter of fact, the outstanding general
fund warrants drawing interest
amount to a greater sum than six
months ago. June 1 the general fund
warrants drawing interest amounted
to $1,183,544, while at this lime the
amount is $1,385,$64, a difference of
$201,520. This, however, was to have
been expected, and is no indication
that the state debt is increasing: The
large appropriations of the last legis
lature have been .paid during the last
six months, while the collections are
always less for this period of the year.
During the next six months the col
lections wil be larger nd the amount
of warrants' issued less. Following
are the balances in the suspended ac
count due to the defalcation of Treas
urer" Bartley and the failure of the fol
lowing banks: Capital National bank
of Lincoln, First National bank of
Orleans, Merchants Bank of Lincoln,
Globe Loan and Trust company of
Omaha, Buffalo County National bank
General fund 3 24.S07.89
Sinking fund 18V.101.75
Temporary school fund Z5.671.3S
Live stock indemnity fund. 3,84.1.39
Permanent school fund 259,842.87
Permanent university fund.. 9,775.92
Agricultural college endow
ment fund 4n.368.Cl
Normal endowment fund 12.600.09
State Building Associations.
Secretary Royse in his annual re
port on the condition of building and
loan associations compliments the or
ganizations on their prosperity. The
report shows the condition of sixty
six building and loan associations for
the year ending June 30, 1907. Five
new associations were organized dui
ing the year. There were 315,372
shares in force June 30 and the num
ber of borrowing stockholders had in
creased 1,739 and the non-borrowing
C.492. The increase in assets during
the year was $2,461,102.
"There are some practices obtain
ing among the associations' which I
believe are subject to just criticism'
says the secretary. "For instance. It
is the practice of some associations
having agents' soliciting loans to col
lect a membership fee in advance. This
practice works no hardship and gives
no ground for criticism where tn
loan is accepted. However, where the
loan is rejected for any reason it is a
hardship on the proposed borrower
and could hardly be classed a square
deal. This department receives nu
merous complaints against this prac
tice 'and believes associations should
prohibit it, if for no other reason than
it leaves' a suspicion often in the
minds of the applicants that the mem
bership fee is the ruling incentive with
the agent If the loan is rejected the
membership fee should be relurnd to
the proposed borrower."
Governor Handles Large Sums.
Since last January, when he became
the chief executive of the state. Gov
ernor Sheldon has received from -the
national government $41,412.05 for the
benefit of the soldiers' homes. This
money has been paid on the basis of
$100 for each member of the homes.
When he took the office Governor
Sheldon received from Governor
Mickey a total of $23,537.40, which
had been received from the govern
ment to pay off the enlisted men in
the Third Xebraska regiment for the
time they went into the service as
National Guard members until they
were mustered into the army. He has
paid out during the year all of this
except $10,845.85. Every .effort is be
ing made by the governor and by the
adjutant general to locate the soldier
boys to whom this money belongs,
but the work is proving a tedious job.
Sugar Beet Crop Dwindles.
The figures of the crop production
in Nebraska, as returned .to the labor
commissioner by his correspondents
throughout the state, indicate almost
a lapse in the growing of sugar beets,
owing to the difficulty in securing
labor and the closing up of large beet
sugar factories. The production for
1907 was only 30,609 tons.
Asks Contest Be Dismissed.
The Tri-State Land company, which
has the largest irrigation canal in Ne
braska, with headquarters in Scott's
Bluff county, has filed a motion with
the State Board of Irrigation, on the
ground that the company's water
rights have been adjudicated by the
board and the supreme court. Mr.
Stewart seeks to forfeit, the franchise
of the Tri-State company, alleging
that it is a non-user of the water ap
propriated. Motion to dismiss the
contest will be heard December loth,
or soon after.
State School Apportionment.
State Treasurer Brian certified to
the state superintendent that there is
4264,549.53 in the temporary school
fnnd to be apportioned to the various
counties for school districts Last De
cember the amount was $251,806.54,
or $12,74259 less than the present ap
portionment The funds will not be
paid out until the state superintend
ent certifies' the amount to be paid in
each county. He has twenty days in
which' to do this. Then receipts will
be mailed by the auditor to county
treasures before" warrants are issued.
Deputy PJeree says fke,
National Mutual Fire Iururaace coas
paay of Omaha, was advent wkeu it
was examined by,Us(departateatitkeJ
flrst of the year. The cossaany is
sow la the hands, of a reeeiver. Mr.
Pierce has issued $ae foUowias state
The annual statements 'this com
pany for the year 1906 lied with the
insurance department of January !1.
1907. snowed that, the company ?'
solvent on that date. Its sworn1 state- f,
ment Showed 'a surplus ever "all lia
bilities of $18.132.74;:'ThV company
was therefore licensed for 'the year
An exanrinatkm of the company was
made in June 'oflthis year by the ex
aminer of the insurance department
This examination showed an impair
ment of '$15,000; It was thought at
that time that by 'the observance of
conservative .methods and strict econ
omy, the company could repair ttie
eiisting deficit J r given a little time.
I The conpany" was" advised that an
other examination' would be made in
the course or a few months and es
pecial attention was called to the rec
ommendation made 'by the examiner
and urging tee necessity of rigjrl
economy in the matter of management
Another examination of the company
was begun -November 9. but was not
completed untilkNovember 29. It was
found that the losses incurred during
the. last five months and more especially-since
August 15, were disastrous
and for the entire year 'the losses in
curred equal 80 per cent of the prem
It was also found that the ex
penses had increasd rather than" -decreased
since the previous examina
tion and that for the year they were
equal to 70 per cent of the net income.
Expense of State Wards.
The per capita cost for maintain
ing the institute for the deaf and
dumb for the six months ending No
vember 30 was $84.24 according to
the report of Superintendent White.
Officers' salaries amounted to $30.28
per capita; employes' wages per cap
ita, $13.87; maintenance, $40.06 per
capita.- The total amounted expended
for officers' salaries was $5,420; em
ployes' wages, $2,843.65; for mainte
nance, $7,171.15. For repairs and im
provements $1,122.24 was expended.
Farm products consumed were valued
at $59.65. The total amount expend
ed by this institution for the six
months, excluding repairs, was $15,
079.60. The total cost of running the state
school for the blind at Nebraska City
for the last six month's was $7,47.84,
a per capita cost of $137.91. For gen
eral repairs, addition to the main
building and a tubular fire escape, $5,
934.31 was spent. This is shown by.
the semi-annual report of Superin
tendent .J. T. Moray, filed with the
governor. An addition to the main
building cost $3,701; general rehire,
$1,433.31; f.e escape, $800. Of the
appropriations of 1905. $7,063 lapsed
into the' state treasury. The institu
tion rented two acres of land, expend
ed $11 for rent and seed and raised
$57.50 forth of vegetables, berries and
cane. From the brcom shop, whose
machinery and materal is valued at
$580, there was sold $S5.52 worth of
Warden Beemcr Reports.
The semi-annual report of Warden
A. D.Becmer, filed with the governor,
shows that for the six months ending
November SO, 1907, convicts of the
penitentiary earned $1S,15G.99, of
which $9,082.54 is unpaid by the prison
contractor. The total 'cost for this
period for maintenance was $27,696.33.
The total per capita cost for the six
months was $38.72; per capita earn
ings for the same period was $50103,
making an actual net per capita cost
to the state of $48.G9. The warden re
ported that the convicts had earned in
making repairs and improvements
around the institution $9,007.60 and
for the value of farm produce con
sumed, $3,872.07, he credits the insti
tution. Claims against the' mainten
ance fund amounted to $4,983.10;
against the general repair fund,
$432.76; office and contingent expense
Secretary Junkin Reports.
Secretary of State Junkin told the
last legislature he believed he could
colect $60,000 in two years in fees if
the law was amended so as to in
crease the' fees for filing articles of
incorporation, requiring' the refiling of
brands and make the $1 license fee
for motor vehicles an 'annual license.
These changes were made in the law
and the estimate of the secretary of
state is being closely approachd. His
semi-annual report shows the collec
tion of $15,354.49 in sir months. This
with $12,373.72 -received, during the
previous six months makes a total of
$27,908.21 in fees received during the
year. This is about double the amount
ever received in one year by any pre
vious secretary of state. Tn office ex
pnses for the six months exclusive
salaries amounted to $1,465.97. The
fees received during .the six months
Mother Appeals for Son.
Mrs. M. A. Loar of Leavenworth,
Kas., has written Governor Sheldon a
very pathetic letter asking for the re
lease from the penitentiary of her
son, who was sent up, from Greeley
county. The son has an application
pending before the governor for a
pardon. The mother writes that she
fully expected the son to be home by
Thanksgiving but inasmuch as he was
not she asks the executive to cheer
her declining years by allowing him
to come to her in time to eat Christ
mas dinner at his old home.
State Superintendent J. L. McBrien
has issued a volume of 188 "pages con
taining information, instructions' and
the law relating to normal, training
in high schools. It is designed to be
a text book on' suchtraining for those
interested in the work. One hundred
and six schools were asked to make a
showing of their equipment and abil
ity to do this work. Sixty-four schools
were recognized by the state superin
tendent as being, qualified for the
work. These schools have a total of
1,103 in the normal training classes.
OF WIFELY ARTS.
Many Garments Can Be Savea"frsm
p wa na. sag and .Mane Neat
-.. v arty Handle!.
In darning damask utMuare of card
board is basted on' the right skit of the
cloth and tk darnmldoue W the
wrong side. 'The' iJfjn edges of the
hole should, not" be cut c 'away, thus
making -a square or Imund darned
patch; Instead, the Jagged edges are
leftand the needle woven; skilfully In
;and out until -thpace Is 'filled. Start
this mending one-half, inch outside the
hole and continue until the, rent is en
tirely t surrounded. -These stitches
must be taken so they will not show
on the.-right side, :and 4hev.,aeedle
should bepassed through the raised
pattern of the-damasK. taking up the
tthreads as though one, were darning,
and in working baclr those left are
taken up, andsb'oniist as one would
darn. 'This " strengthens the linen
around the hole and prevents the
darned hole from tearing away as is
always, the case when it is not rein
forced;' tus making, the last state
worse than the first.
The holes thatTcome from ordinary
wear and tear are mended. In this way,
but accidents will happen and jagged
tears and clean knife cuts are, sure to
appear some time. These require a
If the knife cut is .discovered before
it goes to the laundry the trouble of
repairing is lessened, for all that is
necessary then is to draw the .edges
together on the right side, baste a
strip of cardboard over the rent and
darn neatly on the wrong side, as di
rected above. In this case the rein
forcing previously 'described may be
dispensed with, as the linen will not
be thin on the edges of the cut as it
always Is around the edges of a hole.
Of course, one must go outside of the
cut sufficiently far to give the neces
sary strength, but the, aim in this
work Is to conceal the darn. When
complete, cut away the stitches on the
right side that were used to draw the
Supposing such a rent has not been
discovered until after the linen has
been laundered, then the simple darn
ing will seldom suffice. Instead darn
the cut and at the back- hem down
neatly a strip of white linen tape.
This should entirely surround thfe slit.
Three cornered or other jagged
tears are more neatly mended if the
tape is used. When possible do the
darning first and apply the tape after
ward, but. when the jagged edges are
very open the better way is to sew
the tape at the back and darn down to
it on the right side.
Quilting Ruffles on Machine.
Hem the strips of goods which you
wish to plait and proceed as for com
mon machine ruffling, making the
stitch long and loose. Set the ruffler
at its highest notch and after the en
tire length has been gathered go over
it again with the same side up. This
time stitch through the hem at the
opposite edge. If you are careful to
start with each stitch or plait cor
responding with the one on the op
posite edge, the little plaits will con
tinue evenly to the opposite end.
Now press the strip with a hot iron
and then sew it on the garment. Pull
out the unnecessary row of gathering
and shake out the plaits, and you will
find the quilting handsome and ac
curate. Economical Suet Pudding.
One cup solid suet, chopped fine. To
this add one cup best molasses and
one cup sweet milk. One teaspoon cin
namon! one-half teaspoon cloves. Sift
one level teaspoon soda through three
cups sifted flour, using a little of the
flour to dredge one cup seeded raisins
and one cup currants, pinch salt.
Steam three hours. Keeps well to re
steam when needed.
Sauce for above: Beat one cup
pulverized sugar and 'one-half (scant)
cup butter to a' cream; add one cup
milk slowly,' lemon extract. Set in a
bowl on top of teakettle and stir till
white and creamy. Serve when well
Neverfailing Pie Crust.
For two ordinary sized pies allow
one pint of pastry flour, one-half tea
spoonful of salt, one-fourth pint of
cold lard, one-eighth pint of cold wa
iter; sift salt and flour together, then
put in the lard until the flour looks
like meal; then add the water, mixing
it in lightly with the finger tips. Di
vide the pastry into four parts, roll
out until one-eighth of an inch thick
for the under crusts and line the
Creamed Oysters in Peppers.
Heat a quart of oysters to the boil
ing point Drain and make a sauce
with the oyster liquor, cream, flour,
butter, salt and pepper, add the oys
ters. Cut around the stems of red or
green peppers and remove stems and
seeds. Fill the cases with oysters,
sprinkle with buttered cracker crumbs,
and set in the oven to brown.
Convenience for Sewing.
A very good suggestion for those
who sew on a machine is in regard to
a pin cushion. Cut a circular hole in
a piece of flannel, buttonhole stitch
around it, and slip it over the spool
spindle before the spool is placed
there. Needles and pins can be kept
very conveniently in this strip of
, Fried Apples.
Quarter five apples and remove the
core; leave the skin, on. Put in a
frying pan one cup of sugar, two table
spoons of butter and two tablespoons
of water. Let this melt,- then lay In
the pieces of apple, peel side up.
Coyer and fry slowly until brown.
Wiping Dishes Unnecessary.
When dishes are washed In very hoi
soapsuds and water, with a little am
monia, they may be rinsed in another
pan of hot water and allowed to drain
until dry. They will 'then be Just as
shiny, as if they had been wiped,!. bat
the second water must be very hot
1 and, clear. -...- ., .
P r-Jrv. T-t, -.
Na Hand ta
Everyv Day- frum
t- y - s- t j
t Straw; ttf North
; Canton, S. assays:, "Far
three years I suf
with Jheamntlsm la
my limbs and a
dull, ceaseless ach
ing in my hack. I
r -wna weak, languid.
acnes and dixxy
spells,-and the kid
ney secretions were
thick with: solids.
1 was really In a
critical condition when I began with
Dean's Kidney Pills, and they certain
ly did wonders for me. Though I am
81 years old, I am as well, as the
average woman of 50. I work well,
'eit well and sleep well."
v Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co, Buffalo, N. Y.
HAD NO DOUBT OF HIS FATE.
Mr. Jerame' Evidently Was Aware of
1 His Wife's Culinary. Ability.
Some weeks ago the wife of Judge
Blank, of Pacific avenue, lost her cook,
and since she had no other resource
she rolled up her sleeves-and for a
week provided such meals as the judge
had not enjoyed since those happy
days when the Blanks did not keep a
cook. The judge's delight was so great
that by way of. appreciative acknowl
edgment he presented -Mrs. Blank
with a beautiful ermine cloak. Quite
naturally, the Incident was a good
deal noised about among thev social
acquaintances of the Blanks and a
spirit of envious emulation was de
veloped in certain quarters. .It was la
this .mood that Mrs. Jerome recited
the story to her.husband. "What do I
get. Jerryf she naked, "if I will do
the cooking for a week?" "Well."
said Mr. Jerome, "at the end of a
week, my dear, you'll get one of those
long crepe veils." San Francisco
ECZEMA COVERED BABY.
Doctors Ever Saw luf-
' fered Untold, Misery Perfect -.
Cure by Cuticura Remedies.
"My son, who is now twenty-two
yeears of age, when four months old
began to have eczema on bis face.
spreading quite rapidly until he was-
nearly covered. The eczema was some
thing terrible, and the doctors said it
was the worst case they ever saw. At
times, his whole body and face were
covered, all but his feet. I used many
kinds of patent medicines, to no avail.
A friend teased me to try Cuticura.
At last I decided to try Cuticura when
my boy was three years and Jour
months old, having had eczema all that
time and suffering untold misery. I
began to use all three of the Cuticura
Remedies. He was better in two
months; in six months he was well.
Mrs. R. L. Risley, Piermont, N. H.,
Oct 24. 1905."
How He Did It.
Early in the morning session, when
the pupils were feeling bright and
nappy, the teacher thought it a good
plan to give them sentences to cor
rect, both as to grammar and 'sense.
She accordingly wrote on the black
board: ''The hen has four legs. He
Thoughtful little Ignatius," at the
foot of the class, pondered deeply, and
at the end of 15 minutes' time, allowed
for correction, he wrote:
"He didn't done it; God done It."
Preacher's Comforting Remarks.
At an evening prayer meeting in a
Maine visage the senior deacon,
Dominicus Jordan, arose to make ap
propriate scriptural remarks about
the death of the late MissvSimpkins.
In conclusion the deacon said: "I re
spected. Miss SImpkins, the members
of this church respected Miss Simp
kins, the citizens of this town re
spected Miss SImpkins, but now she's
dead and gone to the Lord, and the
scripture saitb, 'The Lord is no re
specter of persons." Exchange.
Riley and the Weather.
While going to' the .office of his pub
lishers on a bright morning in Septem
ber, James' Whltcomb Riley met, what
seemed to him, an unusually large
number of his acquaintances who
made the conventional remark about
the weather. This unremitting ap
plause pleased and .amused him. When
greeted at the office with "Nice day,
Mr. Riley,' he stopped at the 'door and
answered drolly: "Yes yes l'va
heard it very highly spoken of."
Man and Wife Fatten on Grape-Nuts.
The notion that meat is necessary
for real strength and the foundation
of solid flesh is no longer as prevalent
Excessive meat eaters are usually
sluggish a part of the time because
they are not able to fully digest their
food, and the undigested portion is.
changed into what is practically a
kind of poison that acts upon the
blood and .nerve's, thus getting all
through the system.
"I was a heavy meat eater," writes
an Ills, man, "and up to two years
ago, was in very poor health. I suf
fered with indigestion so that I only
weighed 95 pounds.
"Then I heard about Grape-Nuts and
decided to try it My wife laughed at
me at first but when. I gained to 125
pounds and felt so fine, she -thought
she would eat Grape-Nuts too. '
"Now she Is fat and well and has
gained 40 pounds. We never have in
digestion any more and seldom feel
the desire for meat A neighbor of
ours, 68 years old, was troubled with
indigestion for years; was a heavy
meat eater, and now since he has been
eating Grape-Nuts regularly, he says
he is well and never has indigestion.
I could name a lot of persons who
have really been cured of indigestion
by changing from a heavy meat diet
to Grape-Nuts." "There's a Reason."
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
Read the: little book,' "The Road to
WellTille" in pkgs. -
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1 Vft i-g3T
; JscVnf Marriage.
Mas Marie Caaill. the actress, cheat
the dmrm'gWa;JtV' aew play..
"Marrying Maty." "by measurement
The Bertllkm system was employed.
"By thja enceMsat system ef maas-
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day. "one gets, av a chorus girl, the
real thing. Mirage isavoWed. You
know what a mirage is Quite sure?
Well, at" air" rater" III point out Its"
meaning to yow with a story.
"A boy looked op from his hook
"Father, he said, what is a mi
rager "Tie father answered glibly from
behind his paper: - '
"'The union of. a man"and woman
till death or the law them do part '
"'But said the boy, that's mar
riage, ain't itr '
"'Same thing, sonny: it's the same
thing,' replied the father. 'A man
imagines he sees wonders and-delights
where there -is nothing. Fight shy of
'em both, my boy.' "
ArSleeper from .the Amaroa
Put nighties of his grammaaon
The reason, that
He was too fat '
To get .his own pajamazon!
Any 12 Year Old Girl
Can make those delicious Lemon. Choco
late and Custard pies as well as the more
experienced cook if she uses 'OUR-PIE"
preparation; which is now sold by nearly
all grocers at 10 cents per package. Just
the proper ingredients in each package.
Thy snra of duty let two words con
tainBe humble and be just Horace.
OBXT OmS -BBOKO
wnOVkr Ussw tla
That Is UXATIVB RnOMO
us stcamtnre or B. W. UO
ter to CsmaCsM ta om
A man must stand erect, not be kept
erect by others. Marcus AureUus.
Smokers have to call for Lewis'' Single
Binder dear to get it.- Your dealer or
Lewis' Factory, Peoria, 111.
There are countless roads
aides to the grave. Cicero.
Positively cures ay
They also reHere Dis
tress from Dyspepsia, In
Eating. A perfect rem
edy for Dizxinesa, Nau
sea, Drowsiness, Bad
Taste in the Mouth, Coat
ed Tonjjue, Pain in. the
Side, TORPID LIVER.
They regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL. SHALL DOSE, SHALL PRICE.
Genuine Must Bear
Kjuns, C-anndgcs and bnotgun bnells
are easily distinguished from other makes, which
equal them neither in qualitynorreputationfbythe tng
which appears on every package of Winchester
foods. The bis; red W is to guns and ammunition
what the word "Sterling" is to silverware the world
Therefore, for your
"Look for the
NO MORE MUSTARD PLASTERS TO BLISTER
THE SCIENTIFIC AND MODERN
EXTRACT OF THE CAYENNE
PEPPER PLANT TAKEN
DIRECTLY IN VASELINE
A QUICK. SURE. SAFE AND ALWAYS READY CURE FOR PAIN. PRICE 15c.
-IN COLLAPSIBLE TUBES MADE OF PURE TIN-AT ALL DRUGGISTS AND
DEALERS. OR BY MAIL ON RECEIPT OF 15& IN POSTAGE STAMPS.
A substitute for and superior to mustard or any other plaster, and will net
blister the most delicate skin. The pain-allaying and curative qualities of the
article are wonderful. It will stop the toothache at once, and relieve Head
ache and Sciatica. We recommend it as the best and safest ezternal counter
' itritant known, also as an ezternal remedy for Fains in the chest and stomach
and all Rheumatic, Neuralgic and Gcuty complaints. A trial will prove what
we claim for it. and it will be found to be invaluable in the household and for
children. Once used no family will be without it. Many people say "it fs
the best of all your preparations." Accept no preparation of vaseline unless
the same carries our label, as otherwise it is not genuine.
Sena your address and we will mail our Vaseline Booklet describing
our preparations which will interest you.
' 17 State SL CHESEBROUGH MFG. CO. Mew York Cily
V-CsU SHOES AT ALL VnCaaaCVC
MEMBER CF THE FAMILY.
saw; soys.' womcn, misses and chvumisn.
CBcr ninimrsufi nm a
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aanasewnaBFsW sw"! asswaaj sjaaBBj Kaf-Jan asawBaPav SBaaVawCss at
Stitate. SoUby the best fhv dealers erervwaere. Shot Kintfol from factory to any part
of tlte world. JUintratcd catalog' free.
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sspsaltta thami satirmii in fear - M
warn ef life and ate iiiialialtoiimniM ,l
mmKmtmu w mmmmG.r,mi . . -?ia
jarfr, t not elaiavdlaat Art t Ffe
anil TThir of Iraaa m the natj iiindj af
known value, but one af away ieasaaa
why it is the best ofpsriiaal and tnpirjp
laxatives is the fact taut it elaanssay
sweeteas and .relieves the internal
oa.waieh it acts, withe -an;
after effects aad witaouthavio? to increaat
the quantity from tune toittnte. T
It acts pleasantly and naturally and
truly as a laxative, and its 'component,
parts are known to and approved by
physicians, as it is free from aHobjcctioa-r
able substances. To get its beneficial!
effects always purchase the' tnuine--'
manufactured by the Cdifomia Fig Syrup,
Co., only, and for sale by all leading : drug,
fsta. k ,.,.,-
What a Satttar Can Secure In
Saskatchewan aad Alberta aany bow be ac
quired ia theac moat healtafal aad prwaerwa
eetioaa under the
RtviS9w atoawSStMMl atanlslitM
by which entry mmay be mmade by proxy, (oa cer
tain condition), by the father, mother, now,
daughter, brother or sister ef intending home
atrader. Entry fee la each case IsfW-flS. Forpaatnhlet,
beat Mate to go aad where to locate, apply tv
THE VERY PIANO!
lyo. 8 Bealy .
is the very
yon want lor voar
ottered .at lowest net vrices
and on easiest saonthly terms.
The Washburn is fumrmUtedor lift ansl
is known far aad widens MAnwricas Hesse
Piano", because of its totting qmalilim ansl
Its famous tinging ton.
If ia the market for a piaao, mil thh adrer
tisemeat today with year name and addre&iand
receive catalor and name of local dealer, and six
pieces or oeanunu aew ptaaw awwic
Address, LION ft BE ALT, CHICAGO
CatahKsysod twaatiflcs the hsw.1
Promotes a luxuriant croath. I
Merer Pdls to IlMtoro Gswyl
iiair V3 aid &onxniiii aiav.
Cans lalp di-nxsra b. taix lailca
makes lauaUry irork a pleasure. 15 oz. :g. 10c
W. N. U., OMAHA. NO. 50, 1907.
own protection always
Big Red W"
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