The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 17, No. 10, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 20, 1903 Page: 3 of 4
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Aalce peefle'leek eMer 'thM they arej hasten ilia evening
fasten ths marks of premature old age Tlia werl4 ever
'' Kidney fHlts to the recognized Kldnoy Specific.
.' arc cased. Hln back and
ercome. Swelling of tlic
my signs vanish.
t urliio with brick dust ct1l
jlorrd excessive pnln In pass-
ift frequency bed welling.
y rills dissolve and remote
gravel ltcllcvo heart palplkv
- tuucM headache nervousness.
.ass. Msrch .11 1DC3. I recclrcd
of I)o.iii'ii Kldtti-y 1'illi ind with
I one mora boi from my ilrtitrijlt I
.irely cured of a very Uttio back. W.
OAl.mnuno Il.t. Marrli 33 100.1. Tl nam-
plo ot Doau's Kidney I'M canto to liaiul. I
tto col ona CO-ccnt bot from bur driif.-cliL
n1 1 am thankful to ay tlio pain acres tlic
man oi my dick uisappcarcu iiko a snow
bank In hnuitn Doau's Pills reach tlio soot.
Hoir.at.rv Vx. Marrli SO IPOn.Tlio fico
t 'al if Dean's Kidney I'lllaliivo hci-nof gtcut
bcnollt to inc. hluco using them 1 liaio no oc-
casion to get iiii mi often at night. My com.
plaint affected tlio bladder luuru wlicu i atchhig
colli. JOSKI'll l.r.l'lTIIAI..
CiAinnti. Wttirfixo. Fretlona to taklne
tlio sample of Doan'a Kidney l'lllt I coulii
icarcely hold my urine. Noiy I can sleep all
night and rarely hare to pet up and that ach-
ing across my hack a llttlo above my hi pi li
gone. Isvao V. STsrusss Cambria Wyo.
MEE-TO BCTTER KIDNEY HEALTH.
VJ I D'tf waWI
A WASTED LlPC'S IVENINa.
KoiTrnUiijiCRU Co Ruffalo K. T
ricito send me by milt without charge
trial box tJoan'a Kidney Mils.
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(Cut out rntinnq rn iMIrd tine. An 1 w alt to
tutlrr-Vll.tiuni eu llulT.lo H )
Medical Advice free Strictly Confidential.
isn't it ? Wc
would like it
and now we
nwant you to keep a
bottle in the house
and when you tjo
i away pin one in
I your grip. Every
time you get bilious or consti-
pated and whenever you have n
sick headache or a touch of indi-
gestion take a teaspoonful of
Dr. C aid wells
Try it on the baby too it will
cry for more.
Hon. Thos. Y. Tipton ninomlmrton. III..
writes: When In Montlrellolasi spring mliia
u law milt. Mr. Holt u friend of mine lolil uic
of Syrup Pepsin und advised mo to try It. I
did so and used it bntllouud IiiiouhI several
bottle since. 11 haiulvtn tmmrat relict nnd
I nould not bf) ultlioni n bottle at hunl. na 1
tli I nk It a verr alualilo prupnrntlonfor the
tomacli. and havn nn iijrpilnri to jour iialtiu
mrnDmoniniifidciru-nirntot thin whnl Ire-
gn"-" n Bri-at rrmcilr for stctnnch trouble. I
tried miny doctor nnd about everv rem.
that viii prescribed br frle"d. and miift
S that Dr. OnlilwrH'M Syrup l'cinln lniNdoaa
.0 mora food ttian all I lime ever tried."
Your Money Book
If It Don't Benefit You
PEPSIN SYRUP CO. Montlcel.0 II!.
WE WAHT YOUn TRADE
You can buy nl us at whole-
sale prices nnd save money.
Our 1000-pagc cata jgtie tells
the story. Wc will ec id It upon
receipt of 15 cents. You 'neighbors
trade with us why not you ?
The homo that toll the truth.
l'.ven n lnvo mulch limy IlloUcr out
buforo thu wIiiiIh of mlvcrklty.
Dcflnnci) Mnruh U put up 111 ounrrn
In a inicluipc in cunts. One-third more
htnrch for mi inn money.
If thn i.oc!ctv uoiiiiin 1h ever In loro
It Is with her mirror.
If yon wWi lienittlfnl clinr vvlilto clothes
use llotl ('ross Hall Uluo. lirgo 'J ot.
iacku(;e 6 coutH.
The pcKbhulst never orders spring
mnkii no Kiiioki'. Htnell xoot hIich or cv
ccslvi! hi'itt AIwn)K Iimk for t niile nmik.
If you would travel tlio ruud to sue-i-Mt-n
Uei-p out of the i tits.
Defliince Starch Is j'iiuiaiitrcil hlif.
Kcsl uml best or money refiiuiled. 10
ounces 10 cents. Try It now.
A con' In tlio hand is worth two on
I'lso'a Curo for Consumption l an Infallible
mul duo for cu.ilii nnd cold S. W. bAUUkL
Oiean Urore. N. J. IVb. 17. 1X.
Conaelcnco issometbin Hint trottblus
us nfter wo hitva b en found out.
Try mc Jttr.t ouco nnd I nut Miro to
come 111'alii. Dcilaneo btarch.
litfo Is 'i biirilcii to the mini who cur-
ries too much lifu Insurance.
To Cnrn .1 Colli In O110 ilny
Tnko liiixntivo I'romo Qitinhio TnbV.K. All
druKi'tsrofuuliiiuuoylf Itfallntocaro. Uic
Tlio burglar is nlwuyh looklnj; for an
open 1 11 jf.
Drink Dr. Pepper. Itlspood fortbocrav
Inp Hint comes wltiiKprltiff. Itlsilc-llnlit-ful'y
rofreshiujf healthful nnil Invlg-
oratln;;. At huda fountaiua&c per class.
Tljjht tueinp will
from olriL' lo vuiist.
Dorn with Hole Through Heart.
Though a Nottlucliam tiaby lived
for threu days It was nflcrwunt found
to have been born with a holo right
throiic.li Us heart.
Time for a Change.
"I can stantl n Joko us well as nny
one oven at tho oxpunso of my town"
eald thu resident of I.oncsoinchurst
"and I will admit Hint my pipe may
bo gettlnK n bit strong but when th'.
cfflco boy rcId Into tho pamo and as'ts
If 1 am smoking transfers I think It
Is about tlmo to get a now boy"
Mntlinr Orny'a Kwret l'nudrr for rlilldren
Knccofiilly life! by Mother tlrny nurse
1.1 tlit. Chialron'B Homo in Now York euro
Coii'.tlputioii Kvtcrl 't Unci Ktommh
TrethhiK DInordcrK movo nil I roulntn tlio
PowoUiiMil l)etroy Worms. OvbrfiO.WHHoi-
tlmonlal. At nil ilrUKslitx. !i"c. Bantplo-
YWVXL Addi A. B. Uliuitod Loltoy N. Y.
All ilopn aru lap duga at least they
all drink that way.
If you don't i(ct thu biggest nnd best
it's your own limit. Dcfhinco March Is
for Milo cwry.vhciu unit there is posi-
tively nothing to eipiul it In utility or
It Ought to De.
To lio nblo to pronounco "heredltn-
1)111 ty Is a sum slpn of soberness says
a Cardiff (Wales) doctor.
Alcohol and Sugar from Sawdust.
Successful experiments hnve been
mido for obtaining alcohol nnd sugar
from pine nud birch sawdust.
Women the Worse Drinkers.
Tho llrst "olackllst of habitual
drunkards" published In 1. union un-
der tho nuw licensing act bIiowh thiee
times as many women as men.
' Just the same is erer
St. Jacobs Oil
continues to be the sura cure of
Vlce 35c. and 50o
A natural rock base composition for wnlls nud ceilings to be used in
white or any mtmltcr of beautiful tints iu powder form to be mixed with cold
water making a durable sanitary and cleanly home. Any one can brush it on.
KALSOMINES are what?
Unnatural glue and whiting decompositions for walls and ceillngs'that
tick only until the glue by exposure decays when they rub and scale oft
spoiling walUaud rendering them unsanitary and the rooms almost uninhab-
itable. Alabasthie possesses merit while the only merit hot or cold water
kslsomines possess Is that your dealer can buy them cheap.
There are many reasons why yott should not use poisonous wall paper
and unsanitary kalsomlnes. Buy Alabaatlae in 5 lb packages only and
Please write us for Sugrestloaa from our Artists In Decorating
.Your Kooms with ALABASTINE.
Mm Vsrk Me IDS Wahjr M. OSIce sa raetary GRAND MPICI MICH
Ymrsfora Clear Head3
BIFEfr t" ?LJ.'tt
; pB'Jsk UU!iMlMtlll.lHJUaWMi
PH ' rM(
tU-s fWMtk Msk !
U3 '-' 1
lie shambles .by each winter afternoon
Ills portly form Is shrunken na a spectre 1
Ills face Is vacant ns.the morning' moon)
QuarTrd Is hi nactar. '
Out of his eyes the danclns; tlaht Is cone: ' .. -
Out or his til nod tho wnntort warmth that thrilled lt
Out of Ids air tho rharm that conquests won
When funey willed It.
Oreo I wero his pleasures tasty his nrrnyi
Ills da) a nnd nights o'crflowed with sons; and luus'j'.cr;
He never dteained that these would p(is anray
And this como after.
Tor him the eventlme has brought no light;
Km nlghlitR breezes pity as they kiss him:
The dark will bear him to the wastes of night ;
Unrth will not miss him
Alnt the life Hint hns no upward look.
No mirrlllca of self no high endcuvnr;
II tnste becoming Ilka tho scerV book
lllttcr for ever!
Lut that Roso was the mottiei et his
Jcnd child held out his hands to her
In her great anguish but beforo she
could respond the nurse said qttlolly:
"Your wlfo wants you Mr. Dom-
mlng." Hho was looking at some one In tho
doorway beyond Itoso a bold-looking
young woman with snnpplcg black
eyes and ilollont manner who carried
herself with tho air of ono who felt
at home. It was sho who had been
flachol Downoi. Mrs. M. l. Itnyno
in Chicago Itccord-IIcrald.
An Interestior Letter Coficenilic Hrtni
r " n I I
v r -t - v s
The narrow hot Rtllllng concert
hnll wnn 111 toil to overflowing with
the cln.s of copli wJto follow In thu
wako of tho song anil-danco girt In
tlio fnr West paying lavishly for the
entertainment fuinls'ied by n weak
unmusical lolco singing to tho ac-
companiment of 11 wheezy plnno or a
discordant flddlo called by courtesy
a violin. On this occasion tlio audi-
ence lomposcd mostly of' miners and
cowboys wero treated to n surprise
for the gill who sung nnd dnnecd was
both young nnd pretty with less
rouge nud moro natural clinrniH than
any of her predecessors In tho con-
cert hail BlnL'c.
She could slug too nnd Hint with-
out straining her voice Into n dis-
cordance ami she danced the most
(I I III cult fancy dniircH. with n grnro
nnd Intelligence that Hhnwcil not only
superior tralnleg but an artistic con-
ception of Its value. And her stage
by-play and side coquetries wero as
efftthlvo nud harmless ns thoso of n
child. The too vivid color of her yel-
low hair was undoubtedly duo to
chemicals but It was otic strong con-
cession to the tastes of her nudlerce.
8ho wns hilled ns "Tho Oltl With tho
Yellow Hnlr" nnd tried faithfully to
live up to her reputation.
Sho was slnglnK with quaint
humor Hint hnd u serious sldo to it
a popular travesty dancing down tho
rudu platform stage between tho
"Any old plnre tiiidi r my lint
Im Imnie isueel home lo 1110."
Ah she danced to tho edge of tho
stage sho stopped singing nud for n
moment stood poised motionless on
tho tips of her slim well formed feet
her face rigid liko 11 mnsk n quick
look of terrur In her eyes. A man
roughly dressed with his trousers
tucked Into his hoots hnd Just enter-
ed the plncc. Ho carried a buggy
whip In his hand nud was greeted
with crlcn of "Hit down!" "Stop Inter-
ritptlu' tho filngln'" nnd thankful for
tho diversion of this criticism "Tito
(Jlrl With tho Yellow Hnlr" started
her song anew and sung with so
much spirit nnd clinrm Hint sho was
wildly applauded and danced off the
stage kissing her band with Inlmitn-
blo grace to her fusclnntcd audience
who encored her rudely nud lutully
only to bo told by thu manager Hint
sho would not appear agnln.
Sho hnd retreated to tho back of
tlio luill to an alcove Hint served its
a dressliiR-ruom whero thu man who
had disturbed Iter Hinging found her.
A sudden pallor had Hcltled on her
fneu when sho turned lo meet him.
"What brings oii here John l)em-
inlng?" sho asked with constraint
nnd Impatience. "I knew If joti dis-
covered who I was joti would be
nngry with me for coming to this
place whero where oh how could
ou mnlio It mi burd for mc when
I too was leutnlng to forget?"
"I'm not hero of my own free will
Hose )ou may feci sure of that
when wo two pnrted wc parted for
keeps and I haven't nny claim on
you. It's biiiiiu ono else"
"Kllznbeth?" gasped (ho girl her
nails. Tho woman cnught his arm.
. "Kllznbeth dying my Kllrabeth
Oh Cod my punishment lias conic
loo soon nnd I have worked so hard
and lived only for her. Take me to
her at once."
8I10 hnd caught tin a bellow orcd
lint with mtirh Inco falling In festoons
from tho brim nnd worn! have rushed
from tho place but tho man stopped
"Not In Hint rig Itoso for Rod's
sako Something to rover you from
prying eyes from Kllzaheth who
does not know. Quirk! Isn't this n
clonk? Wrap It round you and throw
tho hood over jour head. Now come."
His buggy was nt thu door nnd he
swuiiK her Into It and drovo away
as ho had dono so many times In tho
THE OLD AZTEQ CALENDAR.
Curiosity That Still Holds Place In
Ono. of tho curiosities of nil ages Is
built In tho wall of the cathodrdl In
tho city of Mexlro. It Is tho Aztec
calendar rnrvod In 1512. White being
carted to Its destination It broko down
a bridge nnd fell to tho bottom of the
lake In which the city was built kilt-
ing priests nnd people. With great
dlfScutty It wns raised out of the
wnter. With oilier objects of henthen
worship It was afterward burled In
the marsh ns tho best way to get rid
of It nnd there It lay hidden for two
centuries. In 171)0 th? Spanish vice-
roy allowed it to he built Into tho
cathcdrnl on condition that It should
bo preserved nnd exposed nlways In a
public place. It Is now however held
33 the property of tlia National nut
Tho Aztec calendar Is a solid piece
of stone twelvo feet In diameter. It
divides time Into cycles ypars and
days. Kllty-tvvo years constitute n
cycle; tho year .1(i."i Hays with flvo In-
tercalary days wholly devoted to hit-
mnn sacrifices. Kacli year had eight-
een months of twenty days each nnd
each morth four weeks of live days
each. The days had such unities ns
Sea Anlmnl Small Ulrd Monkey Italn
etc.. nud each of the twenty days had
a dlffcrant name. The points of the
compass v.-ere nnmed Iteed House
l-'llnt and Itnhhll. Instead of ICnst
Weat North and South. When an
Aztee said. "I am going House 011 Sea
Animal" he meant that he was start-
ing West on .Monday. Tho month of
March was calhd Victims Flayed
Alive while July's title wns (larlands
of Corn on the Necks of Idols. Now
Writ ' ') I
GEMS ARE WELL GUARDED.
Both young and pretty
lips whitening; "has anything hap-
pened to Elizabeth? Oh I will noyer
forgive you la this world or In the
'' '.'Come with we then If you want
.lo see her alive' said the man. He
km feet BsKeoteiy brutal rhut his
fee were? hard a4 awtu hard as
K .. ' '
"What brings you here John Demlng."
past when she hnd tho first right lo
ltis care. As they rode rapidly over
tho four miles between them ami Hie
farmhouso where her child Jay dying
sho bad tlmo for a severe nnd scourg-
ing rctrospeit. Sho had never mcatil
lo nhnndon Kllrahcth but tho law of
tho slnto had given tlio child to tho
father nnd Hie step she hnd tnken In
n tit of foolish Jenlousy hnd beeomo
Irrevocable. John Hemming hnd not
been nn unkind husband so far ns
words or deeds went but ho helloved
that any woman who had a roof pro-
vided to rover her head and three
meals dnlly should lie happy. An ah-
senco of unkliidiiess was his solo
claim to tenderness. Tho woman at
his tide lleeltig through tho night
could feel tho grauitu of ills i.aturu in
tho touch of his rigid arm ns ho
ill ovc he was moro like cnsl Iron
I ha n llesli nud Iiliiod.
Kvett so It was pot from Hint sho
had run nwny. In tho two years
Much shu hud not heard from him or
of him. Sho groaned aloud ns the
thought of her child nud the nwfut
renttt.clntlon to which tho law hud
compelled her. Tho mutt sitting hc-
sldu her was no longer her husband
"Who has cared for Kllznbotli?"
"A good woman n nurse anil tho
child wns fond of her but sho has
always wmitcd you. It really Is
strange that shu can remember. Sho
hits naked for you often but I hoped
sho would forget and bo happy"
"I am not afraid to sou her." Sho
straightened herself proudly. "My
Innocent child will know her mother
hns dono 110 wroi.g. I was driven lo
tlio step I took. Peoplo buvo said no
harm of me hut they talked or you
and Itachcl Dor ties unlit my heart
broke. I daro say I was foolish to ho-
Sho waited to bear him deny or
iiUlrni but when ho spoko again It
was to his horse and soon they wero
at tho farmhotiBC.
"Oo In" he said moro gently than
bo had yet spoken. "Sho Is In tho
south bed rootu down stairs."
Sho throw off her cloak as sho
pnssod through tho narrow entry
and unmindful of what sho wore
stood by tho bed on which a llttlo
girl lay transparently thin and wan
reaching up wasted arms to this
radiant flguro at hor bedside.
"My beauty mamma; my angel
mamma" and they wero In each
other's arms "I know you would
come to take mo away with you
with you mamma. Yqu look Just llko
you do when you como to seo mo
every night but papa said It wasn't
you. As If Kllznbeth didn't know."
Tho nurse a pleasant-faced silent
woman hovered near' and John Hem-
ming coming In stood at tho head
of tho bed with Ills Arras crossed on
his breast. Tbo little girl fixed her
dark sunken eyes 011 her 'mother's
face on tbo nimbus of yellow hair on
tho desplsod tawdrlncss that her
father wanted concealed and a heav-
enly amilo broke over her thin feat-
"My maraW my beauty mamma"
she said with a sigh of laeffablo sat-
'Isfactlofl and wltb (bat sigh the III-
tie Wlztbitth had passed beyond the
.lines of ceatentlen John. Desamlsg
1(1. M II M.t t .a
All Kinds of Safeguards to Protect De
Per thu safekeeping of the gems In
tho Do lleers company's olllte ut Klm-
berley South Africa there Is n
strot:g-ri om. or vault built of very
thick ce.nricto walls which aro lire
nnd burglar proof. Tho door of thn
vault Is seemed by several bank
locks of the latest nud best design.
Tho keys lltllrg those locks ure kept
by several ollliers In the secretary's
department of thu company who must
all he present nt the opening and
closing of the xtrong-rcom. Inside
tho Htroug-room are burglar proof
safes with iloois uIki secured by sev-
eral locks which can he opened onty
by two or mote persot s having hep-
urate beys. In addition to those
safeguards the Ftroug-n.om Is pro-
tected by the application of 1111 dec-
trlcalnrm system. Two armed guards
aro on duly at tho olllces at nlgit and
connections arc mndo by which they
cati signal for help should tin attempt
ho made to break li.to the building.
Kveu If both men should ho overpow-
ered liefmo they could give n signal
no robbery lotild bo cficetod; for
whenever they should cease to send
test-signal reports at tegular Inter-
vnls 1111 armed lorco would soon nr
rive .n the ground and frustrate nny
Two of Them.
A man who had Just llnlshed a com-
fortablo meal al a restaurant the other
evening suddenly rose from his chair
caught up Ills hat ami an umbrella
that stood ngaltist Hie wall and rushed
out of the building.
"Slop him!" exclaimed the proprie-
tor. "That fellow went out without
"I'll slop him!" said a determined
looking man who him- up hastily from
n table near where tho other had rat.
"Ho took my goldhended umbrella!
I'll stop him. nud I'll bring him hack
In chnrgo of n police ofllcer tho wotm
Without n moment's pnuso ho
dashed nut of the house In hot pursuit
of tho conscienceless villain. And tho
proprietor 11 cold hnrd tiusympn-
begun to suspect Hint neither of them
thelle kind of n man has somehow
will over come back.
Miss Delia Janveau C.lobe I'otel Ottawa. Ont. is from one of tho oldest and best
known l'rcnch Canadian leu dies n Canada. In a rcccat letter to The Peruna Medicina
Co. of Columbus Ohio shosa)s:
" Last spring my blood seemed clogged up my digestion poor my
head ached and I felt languid and tired all the time. My physician
prescribed for mc but a friend advised me to try Peruna. I tried It
and am pleased to state that I found It a tv nderful cleanser and pur-
ifier of the system. In three weeks I was like a new woman my
appetite had increased I felt buoyant light and happy and without
an ache or pain. Peruna Is a reliable family medicine."
factory results from tho nan ol Pernna
write at once to Dr. Hartmaa giving s
full statement ot your case and be will
Adia Urittnin ot Scklt.in O. writes:
"Alter us ng jour wonderful Peruna
threa months 1 h.tvo bad great relief. I
had continual heaviness in my stomach
was bilious nnd bad fainting spells but
they all have left mo sinco Uilng I'cruna."
If jou do cot derive prompt id satis-
I10 pleased to givo you bis valuable advica
Address Dr. Hartman President of
Tho Hartman Sanitarium Cclumbos.
forgetUag far th aneeseAt evetythlag J were
On the Sixth Da.
The wnrldM hid Mm Iu nn ngu long
iliniin whlb- Hte.idll) In mid fio
Willi 11 fmcc nprewidl till It iieemed like
lest tlio potti-ra wire Ix-iiving slow.
And the miithm. Ilulterlng life of thing
like n spark when the nil rents meet
Hnd spuing. inutli-Miimu. ftom (lit. tru
vail long and in.itlnn ixciiinl tuin
Hut n nameless until th.it mm past rn
dure xluulciw -lllle iliirkeniil nil.
And thn honor tense of n keen Mimpenxc
hvhl Iho pulso of Ilia whole In thrall.
And nature hlnoimd llkn a mitmncr brido
In tlm Ju of her new -won grace.
Hut grtnl. dumb fmr of n wonder mar
swept Iho buauty front her face
10. Mill! The liunh of n million worlds
una ploiclng us n lit mc.
The life-wide bttnlli was clutched like
death and then tho moment came.
(O tips Infirm tli.it strive In speak what
never 11 mortal can!)
Tho eternal Now toiiahrd n shaggy brow
und the beast looked up-u Man)
An Ingenious Artifice.
Dr. V a physician of Monlpel-
llcr was In tbo habit of employing a
very Ingenious artifice.
When ho camo to a town where he
was not known ho pretended to havo
lost his dog and ordered the public
crier to offer' with beat ot drum a
reward of twenty-five louls to wliouvor
should bring It to him Tbo crier
took care tq mention all tho titles and
acadomlc honors of tho doctor as well
as hs placo of rcsldouce. Ho soon
becamo tho talk ot tho town.
"Do you kiow" says one "that n
famous pbyslclau hub como hero a
very clever fellow? JIo must bo very
rlob for he offers twenty-flvo lous for
Hading hlr dog." 4
The dog wae net tetrad but patients
You cant make 11 horoe fast by htnrv-
PUTNAM I'AI)i:i.i:SS DYKS pro-
duco U10 brightest and fastest colors.
The iloaf ititito is generally bandy
With his talk.
The well inrneil reputation nnd Increas-
ing popnlnrltv of the Jowls' "Htmlc
Hinder." straight .V: cigar U dun to the
11-iliitnlncd high quality nud appreciation
ui?r.?:.:iiThompswi't Ejt Ittar
the bett raster celtsri tbe M. trt
l.t literal lertmi.iriq.lte t.r-
ritorf. Bind a.ftrna lor et!n-
CO. lit Ltri.t B!Lsl Kit.
In the crisis of a divorce suit a wo
man is apt to be unmanned.
Ask Your Dealer lor Allen' Iojt-rtnc.
A jwnvder. Jt rets tho leet. Cures Corns
(Sweat lug Feet nnd Ingrowing Null. Allen's
nil iJriiglnts nud ISbon stores '.r cents. Ac-
cept r.u sulistitutf Hnainlo itmllod Face.
Addrcm Allen ti. OlmstuJ. l.cUov. N. Y.
You can't keep jour trlcnds nnd give
them away too.
Wootfcr Ono Hundred Dollars reward for snt
ramrt Catanli that rannol ba cured It llall'i
I'. . Clir.NI'.V A CO. Prop... Tole.l.i. O
Wr iho unilnitlned ha Vnonn I J. Chcne
fur Ilia latt 15 eait and hi-llete Mm irifrrll
liiMiiiablu In all lu.lneit tramarilon. and financi
slljr ablo tu eairy out any ctdiialloiu mada by
heir linn. .
VV1IST & TRl'.W liolall)nisilit Toltdo.
Ohio. WAI.IIINti. I.I.SNAN 5( MAKVIN Whole-
lal.i Diiik-cUlt. lolcdo Ohio.
IIjII. Culillll Curo Is lVn Internallr. artlre
directly ui"n ihx btoaid and nmcoin tmfarrs of the
HH1111 'lutlinxnlalt tent (ice. I'lice "Jc pit
bold Sold by slldru(itllf.
Hall's I 4inlly I'ilU nio Ilia belt.
T.iu mnn who is poor by nature is
apt to be ruined by cultivation.
tiiv om: i'.wi;.v;r
If "Dcllnnce Starch" does not pleao
von rutin it to your dealer. If it does
you gel one thud moro for the Mime
money. II wilt give you satisfaction
and will not stick to tho Iron.
f -sstefr am
sstfssssssssssssl -. EIMlEwit&MVt m
- -' j-.-vt r 1 trvsk v. 7y . s
TM Jt UX mil a kki d assiit iA. vlrtx
Lnnr k it fiA Uv4 WaUrmH 0k4
aVUl fcrtl t4 Wl f flf J 4i sf earsst
wtoir m & ut or tsxU U M rf
rd4tWJrnMw4rdnw ..a uu
! attracting mora attesttoa thia any other dlstrtot
In ttia world.
iV T b.f ?" f tha WarM.' m lbs U4 .f St a-
this.." Th. Natural Pdlnf Oronndt (tr SUW
ArcsBDa.r .rap iu ivoz
TIU 1001 . . . . .
Abunitaoca ot Watart foi
l'ltnU(ul) Dutldlnf llstarU)
c'bcpi (lood Uraa for paatara
and bayi a feril.o tout msv
cltnt ralDtall aad a climate (iTtas
an uiurcd and adequate
aeuoa or tTowlh.
IIOMESTEaD LANDS OF 160 ACRES FREE
Ibe only charge for wlilch la 110 for making entry.
C'lcxn to ChurcLe. hrhmls tie Italiway. up aS
i.llie t .llitrli u. bend for Ada. and other literature
tu SuDrrlutenitent uf lminlirratlon Ottawa. Canada
urtoj S.irnwfurd lllvv.Nrntb8t.KaiuaaClly.la!.
Iho autborlled Canadian (loremmeal Afcnt wba
sill iatn!y oq wlt urttacata ilrUntou radscaS
Miss Gannon Scc'y Detroit
Amateur Art Association tells
young women what to do to
avoid pain and suffering caused
by female troubles.
" I can conscientiously recommend
Lydln K. IMnkham'r) Vcectablo
Coinpounit to thoso of my slaters
Buffering with female weakness and
the troubles rrhich bo often befall
women. I suffered for months with
general weakness and felt so weary
that I bad bard work to keep up. I
had shooting pains and was utterly
miserable. In my distress I was ad-
Tlscd to use Lyula I'. Plnkhutn'fl
Vcgctnblo Compound and It was
a red totter day to mo when I took the
first dose for at that time my restora-
tion began. In six weeks I was a
changed woman perfectly well In
every tcspect. I felt so elated and
happy that I want all women who
suffer to get welt ns I did." Miss
auir.A. Oa.nhon 339 Jones St Detroit
Corresponding Scc'y Mich. Amateur
Art Association. ttOOOforftlt Ifotlglml'f
aM Utttr prttlng a frost. u tuinot biprotutti.
It tu clenrlv Nltown In (Ms
younif latly'n letter that Lytlla E.
will Huroly euro tho uuf ferlnirs of
women ; mid vtken one coHsltlora
that NIh GauuoH's letter Is only
one of hundreds wfaiea we have the
great virtue of Mrs. Plakham's laetU
iM asast be adaatWaal ty ail.
Stands for Union Metallic
Cartridges. It also stands
for uniform shooting and satis-
Ask your dealer f or JJM.C
ARROW und NITRO CLUB
Smokeless Shot Shells.
The Union MeUNc
Wi N U.-WIPHITA NO. 17. tOtl
Whan Answering Advsrtssfr.eeB
Kindly Mention TMe Pacs) ' r .
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