The Kiel Press. (Kiel, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 1, 1903 Page: 3 of 4
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TRIED BY TIME.
Eugene E. Lario, of 751
Twentieth Avenue, tick-
et Keller la the Union
Nation. Denver, Col.,
Fayh: "You are at lib-
erty to repeat what I
first stated through our
Denver papers about
DoanV Kidney Pills in
the summer of 1809, for
1 have had no reapon in
the interim to change
my opinion of the rem-
edy. 1 said when first
interviewed that if 1
had a friend and ac-
quaintance suffering from backache
or kidney trouble I would unhesitat-
ingly advise them to take Doan's Kid-
ney Pills 1 was subject to severe at-
tacks of backache, always aggravated
it' 1 sat long at a desk. It struck me
that if Doan s Kidney Pills performed
halt what they promised they might
at least help. This induced me to
tr.- the remedy li absolutely stopped
the backache. I have never had a
pain or n twinge since."
A FREE TRIAL of this great kid-
ney medicine which cured Mr. Lario
will be mailed to any part of the
United States on application. Address
Fohter-Milburn Co., Buffalo. N. V. For
sale by al! drcggists. Price 50 cents
The camel ean go without water but
the moth can grow fat by merely eat-
iaw ctr H
TI:ere is no Beauty
that can stand the disfigurement of had
teeth. Take care of your teeth. Only
Stock* Asiatic Vinsyardt.
The vineyards of central Asia are
all from American stock. Ohio has a
lar^e and regular export trade in cut-
tings with all the wine-grow in.«r coun-
tries, owing largely to the fact that
the American \ine i ! free from mi. jy
Fitness of Things.
The automobile that completed its
tour from the Pacific c«.n-.t to Bur-
lington. Vt . on Friday, had to tow
back to town another broken down
machine that was run down the line
to meet it. This incident supplied the
thing needed to produce a spectacular
John L. Sullivan's Will.
For the first time in his life. John
L. Sullivan has made a will, and we
understand that in it he has be-
queathed his thirst to Editor Reaves
of the Hardeman Free Press. Now
let Mr. Carnegie leave him something
with which to quench it. - Memphis
(Tenn.) Commercial Appeal.
Many New Monuments.
No fewer than fourteen new monu-
ments are soon to be added to Ber-
lin's park, the Tiergarten. Among
the men to be commemorated are
Moltke. Koon. Wagner. Haydn-Mozart-
Beethoven tone monument), Helm-
holt;. Zeller and Blumenthal. When
these are completed the Tiergarten
will have 150 mouuments.
Now is the time 'o order Hyacinths,
Tulips. Narcissus and Chinese Sacred
1/illie.s. Cut Flowers and Plants.
(Ti AS. P. MT EM.Kit.
101 1 N Market St.,
It may be more blessed to give than
to recive, but it isn't so popular.
AIX IF TO l)ATK IIOUMKKF.KIMIIW
1 use Defiance ('old Water Starch, be-
cause it is better and I o/.. more of it
for same money.
5?Cigar better Quality than most 10* Ci&ars
JH-alor* supjilUd by tliclr jobber or direct from Trunk P. Lewis' Factory, 1'corla, llli
arc generally the result of some
form of stomach trouble.
Dyspepsia, Indigestion Consti-
pation, Nervousness, Headaches,
Kidney and Liver Complaints, in-
duce an' 'all gone" feeling, depressed
spirits, loss of sleep and appetite.
Don't feel blue. Be healthy and
yr up Pe psin
i A Laxative)
makes healthy stomachs. Get a
,r>()c or fcl bottle at your drug-
gist's today. It: will make you
your old self again.
A trial bolt) sent fro©
if voui druck'ist hasn't it.
PEPSIN SYRUP COMPANY.
Wo wotild teach ths lady
Lesson number onD.
Starch is in extraction
of wheat usad to stif-
fen clothes when
starches in tune
wiil rot t h a
are used to
They /CI? contain
f Defiance Starch
is absolutely pure,1
It gives new life to
linen. It gives satisfac-
tion or money bank. It
sells 16 ounccs for 10 cents
at all grocers. It is the
Ibe DEFIANCE SEARCH CO,
OMAHA - - NEB.
Successfully Prosecutes Claims.
Lat« Principal Examiner IT S. Pension Bureau.
Tcipans Tai ulca 4v.'the best
11"i i>i iiu'dii! i-vcr made. A
Smr luiiitlrcii udiil<«ns of them have
/Cy *"• 1 'n ",l' 1 "'fed States In
i^m&nxi\\?j ' -UUfio )i*ai. < 'iistlpatlon, In-art -
lnini. sick lit'ada'h". dl/.zintP'i. I>a l
lircath. sure throai. and every •"*
nPs„ arising from a disordered
ftomacTi are relieved or cured by Klpanw Tabulec.
One will generally jrlve relief within twenty tnln-
ntr-. The ttve-cetii package Is enough for ordluiiry
occasions. All druggists ael! them.
What h. relief from the pain and incon-
venience of diseases of the eye when
has been properly applied I To experience
such relief Mifierers have found it worth
a hundred times its Might cost.
CURES ALL EYE AFFECTIONS.
CUKES WHERE All ELSE FAILS
licit Cougd fiyrui). 1 aiten (Jo< d. Una
In time. Sold bv driurirlxu
j "I met a half-witted fellow down on
Long Island last summer," said At-
torney David Rockmore. "He was go-
i inp along talking to himself. 1 stop-
ped him and asked why he talked
i when he was alone. 'Well,' he replied,
there are two reasons. I like to talk
to a smart man and I like to hear
a smart man talk."—Exchange.
Sad Surprise for the Doctor.
j One of the doctors attached to a
i hospital of this city excited much
amusement by a remark made in all
innocence after his return from a
week's vacation. He asked the nurse
how his patients were, and when she
told him gravely that seventeen of
I them were dead, he said with an air
j of great surprise: "That is very
i strange. Why. I left you medicine for
twenty-one!"—New York Press.
Forty Yt«r« a "Ntw8boy.M
Fete" Murphy, the pioneer news*
hoy of Canada, who has sold papers
In Montreal for forty years, hap just
celebrated his forty-ninth birthday. Ho
is president of the Newsboy l nion.
The United Stat gowrnirent has
n.ven Commander Robert Peary three
years in which to discover t/.e north
pole. It i* some satisfaction to know
Lowever. that if it isn't discovered
in that lime it will not wander away.
Cancer and Beer.
Some one has discovered tlwit tho
increase in mortality from cancer
hears a direct relation to the in-
creased consumption of beer. There
are persons whose sole object in life
ems to be to destroy all the peace
of mind of their fellows. Buffalo
According to statistics published 1n
Paris, 29.470 dead bodies were cremat-
ed last year in France. The United
States comes next in the list with
15,1)86 Italy, with only 4.393 bodies
cremated during the year, has twenty-
eight crematories, the United Statea
twenty six and ICnglaml only nine.
"I Found It So."
McCormick, 111., Sept. 2S Miss
Ethel Bradshaw of this place has writ-
ten a letter, which is remarkable for
the character of the statements it
contains. As her letter will be read
with interest, and probably with profit
by many women, it has been thought
advisable to publish it in part. Among
other things Miss Bradshaw says: —
"1 had Kidney Trouble with the
various unpleasant symptoms which
always come with that disease, and I
have found a cure. I would strongly
advise all who may be suffering with
any form of Kidney Complaint to use
Eodd's Kidney Pills, a remedy which
I have found to be entirely satisfac-
"This remedy is within the reach of
all. and it is all that it is recom-
mended to be. I found it so. and there-
fore feel it my duty to tell others
Dr Dunaway of Benton. 111., uses
Dodd's Kidney Pills in his regular
practice, and says they are the best
medicine for Kidney Troubles. He
claims they will cure Diabetes in
the last stages.
In Japan what are called after-
dinner speeches" are made before din-
ner. thus insuring brevity, and at tho
same time furnishing topics for con-
versation during the meal itself.
Tom Browne, the English painter,
who has achieved wide fame, al-
though still very young, was once an
errand boy for a Nottingham lace-
maker. Once when on a tour in Spain
unable to speak the language, he pic-
tured his wants.
The fact that riches cannot buy hap-
piness doesn't influence u-> to remain
WIIIIN VOl' BUY HTAIICI1
buy Defiance and get the best. I Go/.. for
10 cents. Once used, alwavs used.
One sort of permanent investment is
buying a cemetery lot.
JUNE TINT BUTTER COLOR
makes top of the market butter.
Banking institutions have no uise for
the "no account man."
I do not believe Piso's Turn for consumption
has ;jn e<iuul for coughs aud colds.—Jo UN •&'
Boy Kilt Trinity Springs, Intl., Feb. 5,190U.
Truth is mighty, but a good deal of
it is suppressed.
YELLOW CLOTHES ARE UNSIGHTLY.
Keep them white with Mod ( 'ross Boil Blue.
All grocers sell large '4 oz. parage, 5 cents.
Never judge an actress by the dia-
monds she thinks you think she wears.
A cii/ar may be named for a general
and fctill belong to the rank and file.
Siop« the Cough and
Works OfT the Cold
Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets. Price 25c.
Two souls with but a single thought
seldom remain single.
I NSIST ON GETTING IT.
Some grocer.- say they don't keep
Defiance Starch. This is because they
have a stock on hand of other brands
containing only 12 oz. in a package,
which they won't be able to sell first,
because Defiance contains 1C oz. for
the same money.
Do you want H> oz. instead of 10 oz.
for same money? Then buy Defiance
Starch Bequires no cooking.
If you don't tip the waiter the waiter
is apt to tip the plate.
Deafness Cannot be Cured.
by lor.ti applications a« they cannot reach tlio di«.
•*. portion of the oar. There Is only one wnv to
enrc deafness, and that Is by constitutional remedies.
Doafne*.- If. caused by an Intlamnd condition of tLe
tri ic- is llnlnu ( f th • I.astachlun Tube. When this
tube Is Inflamed you have n rumbling pound or im-
port • t heartily, an . w hen It Is entirely closed, Deal-
nest the result, and unlens the Inflammation can be
tjilieu out and this tube restoreJ to Its normal con-
dition. hear nx will be destroyed forever. Nine cases
cut of ten are caused by Catarrh, wftlcb !•* nothing but
an Infiamed condition of the DlttCOOl lUTfUMi
We will Klve One Hundred Dollars for any race of
Pc'fncM (caused by catarrh' tnat cannot be cured
by line's Catarrh Cure. Heml for circulars, free.
K. J. C11KNKY A CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold Viy Druggist*. 7r.'\
llu j'b 1 umlly I'llls ure the best.
A man must have plenty of backbone
to succeed: also plenty of chcek.
It is said that there are from eighty
to a hundred millions of people in
the region of the Anglo-German mis-
sion in the Soudan and only ten mis-
Fish Swallows Letters.
Some Spanish fishermen at Aguilai
found a corpulent fish in their catch.
Cutting it open tli«\v found twenty eld
letters it had swallowed.
Radium in Utah.
55. T. l.ockwocni has succeed in I
extracting radium from th« carnotlte i
deposits of Utah, aad e\p cts to pro- 1
duce it on a commercial basis, as it
gives up it* radium iorvowhat easic i
than the pitch blonde from which it
has been extracted in laboratories.
The Chicago woman who had to go
to the undertaker two years alter the
death of her husband in order to
learn what the dead niun's name was.
did not wholly forget him. She re-
membered that h« had been married
to somebody. Besides Chicago is a
noisy, distracting city, where even
married people both alive have for-
gotten that they were married.
Islands of Tunis.
Some sixty-four mile; off the coast
of Tunis a cluster of little islands has
been discovered One was found to
be inhabited by a former French ser
geatit. Clement, who had disappeared
some fourteen years ago, and a small
I number of natives The islands have
' been annexed by France, aud Clem-
ent. appointed resident, inspector of
I fishing and of tho harbor, registrar
A Welsh Fossil.
I A very flue specimen of lepidoden-
! dron has been unearthed at a quarry
i worked by Mr. Jones, near Cefn
hwynau. (Jelligaer, Wales. The lepi-
dodendron Is a fossil plant found
I largely in tho carboniferous coal meas-
ures. and was a kind of tree fern of
gigantic proportions The |>ortion ex-
posed is about lift.ecu feet long and
nearly a yard wide, and I ho roots aro
also distinctly visible.
Motor F; ce in Woman.
Many women aro discovering that
'living on a motcv car" is most de-
structive of beauty. Moderate motor-
ing. by improving health and the ca-
pacity for sleep, enhances a woman's
charms, but the hardened tourist typo j
of 150 miles a day tans and coarsens
her skin and gets crow's feet around J
her eyes, her face loses its soit. worn- j
anly contour and gains hardness and |
W. H. Culp & i o.. Florists, Wichita, I
Kansas. ;ian Jill your orders for choic<-
cut flowers for all occasions. Plants;
and bulbs in season. Telegraph, tele- |
phone or mail orders promptly tilled, i
Send for price list.
It is sometimes easier to meet a bill
than to dodge it.
l)r. .1. VV. Shults, president of the
Hoard of Health, of the city of Wich-
ita for the past ten years, says be
would under no consideration have any
of bis patients undergo a surgical
operation for appendicitis, after wit-
nessing the prompt cure of this trouble
made weekly by Dr. I\ S. Thomas at
his .Sanitarium in this city. His cures
are without danger, and certain.
fWORN OUT, DRAGGED OUT,
Are Most Women in Summer
—Pe-ru-na is a Tonic o?
i!llllvVyLp'M«S i ■' 'fcw v r,W the c tort i uku/z «<.•.- * v
-u- „< *: c
j \V I ? Reruns art! 1 w<z\ ; '.id • ■ .'o
S "/ts Peruna has u;>nc me a v/ortd
of good, I feel in duty bound to tell
S of n\ it: hopes :imt it m:iy meet ths I
eye of sortie won tin vho has
fercd as I ha\ c.
J "For five years I really did not <
S know u '.:nt .-j per cctiy well day
$ wvi.s, and if I d't* not have bt.zC.iche,
c Lac he or a pain some-
d really lit • was not worth 1
^ ) the eifort i made to kcjp g ?ing.
thing, am! I am very pleased to ijt-
tint six bottles maila nc v w tna j j
\ of me and I have no more pi. in* and <
^ hfc I" tkt bri \ht s ; ■ l — )lrs« \
c 7 ressie Kelson. <
JOSF.PIl INI. MORRIS, 2
Brooklyn, N. Y., writes:
" I'eruna is a fine medicine to take any
time of the year, but 1 have found it espec -
ially helpful to withstand the wear and
teat ol the hot weather. I have taken it
now for two summers and feci that it has
kept inv system fret' ftoin malaria, and also
kept me from having that w« >rn-< nt, dragged
out look which so man\ women have.
" I therefore have no hesitancy in saying
that 1 think it is the iinest tonic in the
• Peruna is frequently used as a mitigation
of the effects of hot weather. What a bath
is to the skin, Peruna is to the mucous
membranes. Bathing keeps the skin
healthy, Peruna makes the mucous mem-
branes clean and healthy. With the skin
and mucous membranes in jjood wot king
order, hot weather can be withstood with
very little suffering.
Frequent bathing with an occasional use
oi Peruna is sure to mitigate tlu? horrors of
P. ® J itvl
Nelson ; I«^
hot weather Many ladies hav * discovered
that the depression of hot weather and the
rigors they have been in the habit ol at-
tributing to malaria, quickly disappear
when they use Peruna. This is why Pe-
runa is so popular with them. Peruna
provides clean mucous membranes, and the
clean mucous membranes do the rest.
If yon do not derive prompt and satisfac-
tory results from the use of Peruna, write
at once to Dr. Hartman. giving a full state-
ment ol youi case and he will !>«• pleased
to give you his valuable ad'ice gtnti'<\
Address Dr. Hartman, President of The
Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio.
A lot of misdirected sympathy is
wasted on the under clog*.
COLD FKKT IN Si SlSlliR TI.UK.
Many women and also some few men
suffer from cold feet in the very hotte t
weather, have to use from 1 to ■'> com-
forts to lceep them warm. T>.i is
caused by improper, poor ancl sluggish
circulation. "( rippai's Com pound"
equalizes the circulation 'lid wiil warm
the feet in .'1 to days. At your drug-
gist or by mail postage prepaid 1 bottle
$1.0') -«i bottles S">.00.
THh CIMPPliN MKDICINK CO.,
'J01 '.'OS 2s'. Main St.. Wichita, Kansas.
The fellow who invests in green goods
is generally done up brown.
ICITC permanently curort No nt.s or nfirvnn*ne*8 after
ri i w t •.i\
©r s«>n.l for Fit •: I; (Ml ir .: ■•! . . I I -o.
j)u. it. u. klinil. Ltd..lMl i. h Street, riilladelpltia, l'a
A man who gossips is worse than a
woman who wants to vote.
Mr*. Wliiilnw'* Soothing Syrup
When a fellow is frozen out of a
pood thing it naturally makes him hot.
DO TOOK CLOTH ICS I.OOK YKI LOW?
Then use Detiance Starch, it will j
keep them white—10 oz. for 10 cents. j
A constipated man needs strength. lie
loses strength if lie takes pills or uses
any other physic as a relief from his ailment.
No physic will cure constipation. Most phyrics
make you worse.
This bunch of grapes indicates the
strength giving, muscle building
properties contained iu ^
Mull's Grape Tonic. #
Crapes will not puybic. Neither will
Mull's Srape Tonic.
They will make the muscles of the alimentary
tube strong nnd healthy so that a ph> sic will
be unnecessary. Thus there is no pain, no
griping. Pleasant to take and always cures.
luiniMiviiii w-iiiPnt nn-1 10". to pavpoBta.'o w'll t rln? yo-i r\ 1 ir"t* pnm
bottlo iia:;nt to t!.o 1.1 :;l.tnli. r Mo-licm . Co., Mri TtilrU Avo.,l..rk Is'and,
ant! $l,Oa Igtoiilos. All Druggists*
W hen 11 *v«',l l>re<l y
So «lnmay learn good i'i
:.mid i. 1;111' . n r. ir
ilr >p ii' H p >stul an 1
W. L DOUGLAS
Fazel. Adams, Ilibarger &, Prie.e, Props.
Wall Bldgr. 114-116 N. Market si.
You can savo from $3 to $5 yearly by
wearing W. L. Douglas $3.50 or $3 shoes.
I They equal those
I that have been cost-
ing you from Si .00
to >3.00 The itn-
! mouse sale of \V. L.
. I loturlas siloes proves
their superiority over
all other iiial.tvc
I Sold by retail shoo
: Look for nanio^ and
i price on bottom.
Tliat Douiciah iimon Cor*
! omiColt |iKiron thfrc is
in Douirla* shoes.
Corona 1% the hlirhc-.t I
irnuli- Pat.I. a I her m;nle. 5
Fast <'nlor h utlru n$rd.
O ir $4 Gilt Edge t Ine cannot be equalled at any price.
Kho<v< hy mall, i!" rents extra. I Unstinted
Catalog free. \V. L. IU)I (.LAS, Urorkfon, 31 an*.
A good thing lives and
takes on new life, and so
DI FIASCK STARCH
should be in every household, none ho
good, besides 4 oz. more for 10 cents
than any other brand of cold water
Some people spend all their lives
looking behind them.
IF YOU USE BALL HLOK,
Get Bad Cross Ball Bine, the best Ball Blue.
Large \i oz. peek ago only 5 cents.
The sweetness of revenge is often
THE IIEST RESULTS IN STARCHING
can be obtained only by using Defiance
Starch, besides getting 4 oz. more for
eaiue money—no cooking required.
Some excuses are so thin that \ ou
can see right through them
and still in
j A. J. Tower Co. Boston, Mnsi. U^A.
T WO Ciiuaua Hf. Uau'Ki. TOMATO, UR
The Oia Reliable
keeps right along curing
Pains and Aches,
Price 25c. and 60c.
FREE TO WOMEN!
To provo tho healing aud
Clean Ring power of l'jtxtlfi«
Toilet AntUeptle v/v will
mail :i largo trial i>;u.UaK6
with book of instruotiomi
ahHoliit«lv rhis is no!
a tiny sample, but a large
package, enough to con-
vinofr anyone of its value.
Women ail over the country
ar.- praising I'axtinefor whal
it has <l(itic in local troat-
niont of female IIIh, curing
all Inflammation and discharges, wonderful as a
oleanslng vaginal douche, f«► r sore throat, nasal
catarrh, as a mouth wash and to remove tartar
und whiten the teeth, Send today; a j>ostal card
W.N.U. — WICHITA — NO. 40, 1903
When Answering Advertisements
Kindly Mention This Paper.
To cure, or money refunded by your merchant, so why not try it? Price 50c.
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