The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 18, No. 34, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 9, 1905 Page: 3 of 4
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Hundreds of dealers say the extra
quantity and superior quality of Do
fiance Btarch la fast taking Place of
til other brands. Others say they can-
not sell any other starch.
Import Engllt.li Song Bird.
An attoinpt on a largo scale to In-
troduce English song birds Into Brit-
ish Columbia la nUi present being
made. Tho Victoria- (U. C.) Natural
Hltjlory society la taking out a con-
signment of COO birds consisting of
100 pairs of goldfinches. 100 pairs of
larlvs and fifty pairs of robins.
. A (ICAIIANTRLP CIJUK roll l'H.lTS.
lirhln.lllliia llloedlirg nr l'rirud!og l'He. imit
(IrunrUi ll refund in'ioir tr t'AZO OINTMK.NT
(nit 10 cure j xi in 0 to it dirt. soc.
The Military-Medical academy at St.
Petersburg libs recently hung a por-
trait of Its honorary member. Gen
KouropnlUin in 11 main hall as a
token of gratltudo for his gifts. The
neademy owos to him tho remodeling
and enlargement of several of Its sci-
If you don't tret the bipire.u nnn best
It's your own fault. Defiance Starch
Is for sale everywhere aul there is
positively nothing to equal .t Iff qual-
ity or quantity.
Sawdust for Wounds.
Fine sawdust has been suggested as
a jdreJiSing for wounds and as a ve-
hicle for antiseptics. Tho finely sift-
ed dust when used alone is said to
make a clean and pleasant dressing
for t readily absorbs tho discharges
without becoming lumpy or adhering
and it is nS easily rendered antiseptic
as cotton wool. Sawdust of tho yel-
low pine rich as It Is In turpentine
is n valuablo antiseptic application
Manv Children rre SIcWv.
MothcrGr-.iy'sSvreet Powders for Children
ufctil by Mother Gray a nurso In Children's
Home New York curorcverlshncss Head-
ache Stomach Troubles Toothing .Dis-
orders Ureal: up CoMs and Destroy Worms.
At all DriiKBlsts'.'5c Samplo mailed I'HEH
Address Allen S. Olmsted Lo Koy N. Y.
Lineman Saves Lives.
When a gasoline launch began to
Bluk in the Russian jlver California
and two men were In danger of drown-
ing Robert Jordan a telephone line-
men at work on the banks swam out
with a wire to tho launch and a com-
panion hauled the endangered man to
1 n mmym&nrmmu5??-
AStgclable Preporationror As-
ting UieSloinuchs andBowcis of
b iUM. UlililAH
CUnfudAuer h&Kjimt fUrvr.
Aperfecl Remedy forConslipa-
noft Souf StonlacWDiartoca
Wprms .Convulsions .Feverish
ncss end Loss OF SLEEP.
Fop Simile Signature of .
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPCn.
The golf girl gou a'goifin g I
I In JU. kUJ...I .1 - H
b in uk. viuuiui.ih guwro. H
I he sun shints sultry on her In
j In the lurllert of frown. H
O'tr-thf green she chases gayly I
H In a Scree ptnpiring march I
B But hcjclothes don't show a wrinkle IB
'Cause she used Dehancc Starch. I
I AT ALL GROCERS H
16 OUNCES FOR 10 CENTS.
Manufactured by I
I The Defiance StarcLi Co. I
OMAHA NEB. I
i4 t'lM WUU U till fSltJ i Ffl
KJ Bcj; cvuxa tjTup. Tutu Ouod. Cm Pfl
Cd to una. 6d by drungltu. 8
The Automoblt Useful.
Automobiles have been put to many
uses but It remained for a clover Ger- '
mautown electrician to put a machlno '
to a uso as novel a"s It was ingenious.
tliou&h simple at that. Tho nrc light
ac mo northwest corner ci German-
town nnil Pliplfnn nrmnna KmliionK
Went out oluThiinday night Kicking
tho polo an'tl'a dozen other familiar
methods fulled to Jar the carbons into
Then the lamp was lowered but all
were afraid to touch It as no one
had rubber gloves or other Insulation.
Tho clinncoa of an ncclclont were In-
creased by tho wot pavement and
dripping lamp. Just then as tho dark-
ness and delay became most vexatious
at that much frequented corner an
automobllo drove up and its ownor
got out and went Into tho postoffice
A happy thought struck the electri-
cian and he hart n minute's hurried
conversation with tho owner. Tho
electrician raised tho lamp while the
automobile drove tho machine under
It. Then tho electrician stood on the
automobile safe with tho protection
of insulation from tho four rubber
tires' and easily adjusted the carbons
and there was light again. Philadel-
Found at Last.
Henslcy Ark. Dec. 26th. (Special)
That a sure euro for Uackacho would
bo a priceless boon to the-people and
especially the women of America Is
admitted by all interested In medical
matters and- Mrs. Sue Williams of
this place is certain sho has lound in
Dodd's Kidney rills tho long-looked
"I am 3S years old" Mrs. Williams
says "and I have suffered with tho
nackacho very much for three
or four years. I have been treated
by good physicians nnd got no relief
but thanks to God I have found a cure
it last nnd Jt Is Dodd's Kidney Pills
I have lakcri only ono box and it has
done mo more good than all tho doc-
tors in three or fonr years. I want
all sufferers from Backaeho to know
that they can get Dodd's Kidney Pills
and get well."
Backache is one of tho fitst symn'
toms of KldneyDl6oasc. Guard against
I!rIcht'R Disease or Rheumatism by
curing It with Dodd's Kidney Pills.
Largest Sailing Vessel
Tho largest sailing vessel in the
world Is nearlng completion at Brcm
crhaven. Jt will exceed by a thou
sand tons the Hamburg five-masted
Preussen which In at present the
largest as well as tho fastest sailing
vessel afloat. '
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Lewis' "Single Hinder" straight Be clpar.
No nthrr brand of clpnrsi so popular with
tho Blanker. IIo luib ifiirnOuJto lely uion
Its uniform high iiujlity.i LewisFacUry
Pcorta.111. . I.
Had Lots of News.
'Do yon know anything new"-ns
I asked of a farmer by a newspaper
jman the other day. "No guess not"
was mo repiy. 't ucii no auncu "i
Just came to town to send a doctor
out to my place." "What's wrong
there?" was asked. "Well" tho farm-
er replied "two of tho triplets are
sick; my o!Jt:si boy Is down with ma
laria; my hired man broke his collar
bono and my nearest neighbor fell off
a load of hay and frncturcd his right
leg; You see wo need a doctor pretty
badly. Sorry I haven't nny news for
you.' "Wait a mlnuto" sajd tho
newspaper man "I'll go with you
"You'ro full of news."
Dealers say that as soon ns a cus-
tomer tries Detlnnce Starch it Is im-
possible to sell them any other eold
wntcr starch. It can bo used cold or
English Language in America.
Of the Kngllfh speaking branches
which belong to the parent tree Eng-
land America although tho oldest
has diverged least. It is surprising
what n number of American words
have been introduced into England
many of which aro now considered In-
digenous to tho soil. A largo portion
of tho skv-ih- which is spoken by the
middle class In England has its origin
In America also.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
TMCOtNTAVftSOMMHT NMKI Cmr.
J"1.Uf5iCBip8n' Ey Water
'BEGGS7 CHERRY COUGH
j SYRUP cures coughs and colds.
Bears the I
Signature A y
A ' 1f
. ' T3 Mrfejraj
Never Mind the Old Timet.
Neir ninrij int. u.u uuus
'IlH'y were lir tjlit alt swcttl
Sunny skies above o.l
Violets at vwr fret:
Itui ihi- nn times wear a smllln' face
l list's mlBht kooiI to meet.
ynu u uettcr
rnanoi tiie inoriun'i
Vir mind the old times:
liu-y sero nlertt t know;
od friends that we loied so!
But the new times sine the sour of Hope
Mieie sweeur roses grow'
An' you'd bettor llnd tho IlBht that
inskes the iiiornlli'l
-Frnnk U Stnnlon. In Atlanta Constitu-
tion. eccentric Colonel Burke.
"Yes" said Gen. Coatcs. "I know
Col. Martin Uurke who was in com-
mand at Fort Lafayette when prison-
ers therein quartered made tho fort
and tho commander subjects of con-
tioversy. Apart from nny controversy
Col. Uurke was an Interesting person-
ality and an old character. I remem
ber him nu one of tho old school army
officers glcn to borne eccentricities
that made me smllo then and often
ratiBc me to smilo now. IIo occupied
a trying position but ho mndo mind-
ing his own business a matter of pro-
fessional pride and ho never would
go near Washington for fear that somo
investigating committee would get
hold of him.
"The boys on duty at Fort Lafay-
ette had a constant reminder of tho
coloucTn kindness of heart. IIo found
on occasion a dog hurt In collision
with an army wagon or a gun car-
riage Tho dog's leg was broken
and ho was in pitiable condition and
the colonel's orderly roportcd that ho
was no better than a dead dog. Tho
colonel however ordered tho poor lit-
tle beast taken to his own quarters
and In due time tho dog recovered
with a supremo disregard of all mili-
tary regulations nnd proprieties.
"This latter quality undoubtedly
grieved tho colonel but ho stood by
the mlschlovous puppy through thick
and thin and wherever tho colonel
wont with ills traditional dignity went
Sam the puppy with his abnormally
developed bump of mischief. Tho colo-
nel always appeared on dress parade
In tho full dress of the old-timo regu-
lars and ho held every man In lino
to a most serious cast of countenance
and most dignified mnnner. Tho uni-
form ns Uurke wore it was queer
enough to make any man smile but
Sam at theso parades was n full
comedy In himself.
"IIo would caper about tho colonel's
legs. Indulging in pranks that would
mako a horso laugh and yet tho colo-
nel stood there in stately poso blind
to the puppy's pranks but watchful
as to tho expression on tho faces ot
tho officers and men In lino. Theso
poor fellows nearly died of suppressed
laughter and they wore always won-
dering what Sam would do next. But
whatevor they expected htm to do ho
always did something else and no
matter wiiat he did tho colonel stood
"Tho men on duty at Fort Lafayettq
In tho latter part of tho civil war may
hnvo forgotten the most notorious pris-
oners held there but I will venture to
say that not ono of them has forgot-
ten tho eccontrlc colonel or his pa-
tient orderly or tho dog Sam. Thoso
nearest tho colonel testified that the
orderly never showed Impatience or
irritation except on ono occasion. Tho
colonel had worked late ono night on
pome perplexing papers and halting
for n moment in his work pushed his
spectacles up well on his head Jn
stead of taking them off.
"This was hts regular habit but on
this occasion ho pushed tho glasses
back farther than usual and when
on resuming his work ho put his hand
up ho found no spectacles. This was
disconcerting and irritating and ho
shouted 'Orderly orderly come hero
ilrl' The orderly had been sound
asleep for two hours but ho Jumped
up wriggled into his clothes and pre-
sented himself to his absent-minded
colonel. Burke looked htm over In
disapproval ot his unusual appearauco
and snapped out 'My glasses.'
"Tho orderly turned on his heel
without a word and in a minuto placed
before tho colonel two glasses a pitch-
er of water and a decanter. Burko
looked at him In amazement nnd
roifrcd 'My glasses you fool. My spec-
cacles. my spectacles!' Then tho
worm turned. 'Yuro glasses colonel'
said tho orderly 'aro on tho top of
your head sor. An yo call mo from
mo bed to tell yo that' The colonel
in high dudgeon put his hand to his
head but found the glasses and then
said 'Having found tho glasses go to
bed nt once. I novor would have
found them myself.' Any referenco to
Hotel 1-nfaycttc or Bastilo Iafayctte
or Fort Lafayetto always brings to my
mind tho figure of quaint but soldierly
Col. Martin Burke." Chicago Inter
V - -
The Flag at Washington.
Our recent articles about thp dis-
play of tho United States flag In for-
mer years bring out 'many reminis-
cences. Another old voteran writes:
"It Is a somewhat curious Tact that
prorlous to tho War of tho Rebellion
the flag was not often seen in tho
na'Jonal capltol or anywhere else. I
know a veteran born In Kentucky
vrjin fcajs ho entered tho service tn
1SG1 at the ago of 1" years nnd until
ho enlisted and was Mustered Into tho
servico ho had never laid cycH on tho
flag nnddld not know what it looked
Ilko! A flag has been displayed over
ho capltol at Washington for a good
many jeara probably- fifty though
thero s no authentic record of Kb hav-
ing .flown 'officially for that length of
time. It is only since tha war that
each ond of tho capltol has had its
own flag. During tho early days of
tho disturbances which brought on the
war of the rebellion the ono llttlo old
lag on tho west front of tho capltol
waB discontinued. 'It rdused sectional
feeling to bco If flyJng there' was tho
somewhat treasonable reason given by
tho officials whoso duty It was tp see
that tho flag was kept flying.
"ThlB reason may havo seemed
good to tho Jellyfish patriots In Wash-
tngton why were bossing things at the
.1 . at t..at time but it did not go
with tho 'First Defenders' of Pennsyl-
vania tho gallant llttlo body of COO
men who hurried to Wnshlngton on
the very first train after the presidents
call for men to wipe out tho stnln of
the fpU of Fort Sumter. Theso 'Flrt
Defenders' nntcdntcd all r-thcr troops
tn getting Into Washington and thoy
enmped In tho bnscmout of tho capltol
on the night of April 17. Thoy nsked
why tho national capltol disputed no
colors and wore told tho reason as
above. This angered ono ot tho 'First
Defenders' and ho climbed tho peri-
lous height of tho then unflnshcd
dome carrying with him the largo
regimental flag of his orgnnlrillnn.
This flag ho nnlled to the dmr nnd
thero it rcmnlncd until the elements
whipped away the last tin end of It
long before tho close ot tho war. A
storm wu3 raised when people got tip
In tho morning and saw tho old flag
flying from tho dome nnd many were
tho Inquiries ns to how it got there
but it was nifttiy a long ear before
tho truth came out. The soldlor who
did It know that ho would be severely
disciplined If bo told vlmt he had
done and his comrades nho had help
ed him wero loyal to him. Tho flap
was there and no mnn could be found
who would take It down." New York
The Badge Money Cannot Buy.
A heavy disk of bronze bearing tin
stato seal surrounded by the luseriiv
tion "Department of Michigan fl A
It." designates tho comrades ot tho
Michigan department. Upon tho re-
verso appears tho little bronze button
surrounded by tho words "3Sth Na-
tional Encampment a. A. It. Boston."
This disk is pendent from an oxidized
silver pin by a cherry ribbon on which
is the place and dnto of tho national
encampment tn gold letters. Tho pin
is lettered "Organized May C 1SCS.
Their Sons In Civil War.
An Inquiry whether any man was
living in North Carolina who had
sons In tho confederate army is elicit-
ing replies ot an astonishing charac-
ter. A letter from lllllsboro states that
James D. Daniel of Orango county
now 97 had five sons in tho confed-
erate army. Tlireo of theso aro liv-
ing. In tho samo township W. G. Wright
is still living 88 yc:.TS of ago His
son J. B. Wright was In tho confed-
At tho soldiers' homo ono or tho
Inmates mimed Dunn served Jn tho
s.imo company with two sons. Thoro
Is also nt tho soldiers' heme a veteran
who served In tho Indian war of 1835
tho war with' Mexico and tho ctvll war
and never received a wound. He Is 93
years old and is active and Interested
In everything. Now York Herald.
Point of Law Cleared Up.
A decision upon a point Involved in
tho law granting tho wlfo or widow of
an honorably discharged union soldjcr
or sailor may if circumstances re-
quire after her death bo provided
with a funeral at tho expense of tho
rounty has recently been rendered by
tlio attorney general. In tho caso con-
sidered tho widow of a soldier nt Clif-
ton Springs went to Mount Morris to
visit and died while there. Tho under-
taker who had charge of the burial
presented his bill to tho G. A. It. post
at Clifton Springs. The question aroso
as to whether tho county wherein sho
had her legal residence or tho county
wherein she died bhould pay tho burial
oxpenseB. Tho attorney general do-
cided that Livingston county whero
sho died was responsible for the hill.
New York Press.
Regimental histories enriched by
tho reminiscences and documents of
surviving comrades produced under
keen criticism aro tho best possible
foundations for an accurato history ot
wars. It is to bo regretted that eo
many organizations havo neglected so
far to record the'ir doings but recent-
ly thero has been shown a general
desiro to repair tho omission and
many regimental histories aro appear-
ing. Monument for Crater Battlefield.
Tho survivors of tho Forty-eighth
Pennsylvania infantry havo made'
plans to erect on tho Crater battlefield
tn Prlnco George county near Peters
burg a handsomo granite monument
to cost $7000. Tho monument 1b tc
bo erected In memory of those of the
regiment who fell in tho Crater tight.
It was this regiment that dug tho tun-
nel for tho mine.
Veterans Passing Away.
Tho sad news is sent out from
Washington on tho authority ot Pen
slon Commissioner Ware that the
old soldiera aro dying at the rate ol
150 a day. This Is a higher rato than
ever botore In tho history of tho pen-
s r i
ivrm " .
Rtorrkeeprrs report that the intra
quantity together with the uprlor
quality of Defiance Starch makes it
next to Impossible to sell any other
Lit Fontaine who died long beforo
Sehcelo was born gives In one of hts
fables n method of picture-making
which may bo regarded as foreshad-
owing tho beautiful art which Is now
of servlco to mankind In so many dif-
ferent ways. It occurs under tho tt
tlo "Voyngo Suppose" nnd a descrip-
tion runs ns follows: "Thero was no
painter In thnt country; but If any-
body wished to havo tho portrait of a
friend of n plcturo a beautiful land-
scape or of any other object water
was placed In grent Imslns of gold or
slher nnd then the object desired to
bo painted was placed In front of that
water. After a while tho water frozo
and became a glass mirror on which
nn InofTncenblo Imngo remained." T.
L Hopoworth tn Chambets' Journal.
Dr. rfYlil KrnnpilT'n Fnrorim Krtin-n
luUptnl to lli hin nil nil Mr Kl.lnor
1'iiTurltit Itrmcily Is
Memories of Lady Tennyson.
Shortly nftcr hady Tennyson's mar-
rlago ono of her women friends wrote
tho following: "Wo would find Mrs.
Tennyson alone In tho largo drawing
room always writing arrayed In a
dress of soft gray merino trimmed
with velvet or fur nnd with a long
train a piece of rich old Ince worn
Instead of a cap drooping over her
hair behind and coming to a point In
Ti-ont. Sho was cbtrcmely kind In
lending us books' nmong theso 1 par-
ticularly romembcr Flchto's phil-
osophical vorkB which sho ndmUxnl
greatly. Her manner was always
most gracious and dignified perhaps
rather languid but this arose chiefly
from lack of vitality or physical
5Ir. Tlnilnw-n Hootlilnir MT'-"!1-
Por rltlldri-n tAthlni;. t)fllni the BllPlf. rcilucril la-
fliuamsllou &1U) pula. curet wtail culla. 2'sc bwtllo.
A llttlo girl beforo going out to n
tea party was coached in conduct by
a fond mamma. "Yon may tnko cako
twice-If it Is offered to you but If you
aro asked a third tlr.10 you must say
with all possible politeness 'No thank
you!'" On her return homo sho gave
assurance sho had remembered nnd
followed tho maternal instructions;
"but." Bho added "tho servant brought
tho cako to mo 11 fourth time."
"And wlint did you say then?" in-
quired mamma. "Oh." was tho start
ling rejoinder "then I thought of what
papa docs sometimes and I said:
'Take It away and don't bother.' "
to cHiirc a cni.i in oxi: hat
TuVo Lmallxi llruinu (ulnlnn Tallin. All lniK-
elm rctutiil Iho mum-? If It fill t turu. 1.. W.
tlruie'a iljnmure U on lb Iwx. ac.
How Not to Catch Cold.
Pcoplo arc moro likely to catch cold
In the back than they aro gcncrAlly
awaro of and If neglected may prove
n serious matter. Tho back especi-
ally between tho shoulders should al-
ways bo kept well covered and never
lean with your back against anything
that ts eold. Never sit vith tho back
in a direct dnught nnd when warming
It by tho flro do not coutinuo to keep
tho back exposed to tho heat after It
has become comfortnbly warm. To
do so is dcbillatlng. Journal of
I'lso's Curo cannot Ijo too highly spoken of an
a coueh cure J- W O'Hiumi 23 Third Ave.
N. Minneapolis Minn.. Jan. 0 1900.
First Gypsy Historian.
Grellmnn. a learned German seems
to bo tho first and the principal his
torlan of tho gypsies. Ho dwells much
upon tho languago of tho tribes. He
is authority for tho statement thnt tho
first European settlement of the glp-
Dies was in tho provinces adjoining
tho Danubo Moldau and Thelss wheru
M. Cogalnlceano a contemporary
fixes tho number of persona in the
tribes Ihero represented at 200000.
Don't you know that Deflnnce Starch
besides being absolutely nuperlor to
nny other is put up 1C ounces in pack-
age and sells at same price as 12-
ounco packages of other kinds?
Silent Versus Singing Butlert.
Silence was not always tho vlrttio
of butlerh says a writer In Country
I.Ifo In America's Christmas Annual.
What a spetaclo ono of thoso velvet-
footed nustero gentlemen would be
nowadays singing a Latin odo as ho
carries in tho turkey!
A Rare Cood Thing.
"Am using ALLDN'S TOOT-BASE and
can truly say 1 would not havo boon without
It bo long hud I known tho relief It would
glvo my achlug fcot. I think It a raro good
thing for anyone ha vhig soro or tlrod feet.
Mrs. Matlld Holtwert Providence. H. I."
Sold by all Druggists 25c. .Uk to-day.
"My noso ts soro" said tho ele-
phant. "That's nothing" remarked
tho giraffe "I've got a pain In my
neck." "That cuts no figure at all"
put In tho kangaroo "I havo rheuma-
tism In my tall." "Pshaw!" con-
temptuously exclaimed tho octopus
'my vaccination Is taking in eight
laces." Chicago Tilhune.
S10O Reward 5100.
Tt rtuleriof Ihla paper will bo pleaaM tn learn
thai there H ftt lean una ilrtt d.i dltrafte ttiat arlence
tat been aMe lo rure In all Im ataitei and Oat la
CaurrU. Haifa Catarrb Cure la the only poalltTe
rure now kuown to Ibe ineilU'al frilemllj. Catarrb
belni a conalltutlonal itlaeuc require a eunitltu
tloual treatment llall'a Catarrb Cure It taken In-
ttrnallr.artlDK directly upon Ibe blued and mucoua
aurfaree u( tbe ruui. thenbr tlettrvjlntf tbe
fouudai'cn "f ibe illteaar and zirlnK tbv patient
atreugih by buiwlnu up lbs uin.iltutlon anl aulit-
lu nature In doing Hi work. Tbe proprietor have
m much f altb In In rtirsttre puwera that Ihejr offer
One Hundred Dollara for any fan) Ibat tl lailt to
lure hend lnrll.iof U tilnKia'ala.
Addnwa I .1. t IIKNH li CO. Toledo O.
hold lijrall 1m iKKUil. "V.
1 al.4 llall'a i krulljr 1'lllt (or couttlpation.
A man begini to talk of his resig-
nation after he gets thu grand
1JMI& t.Si'.;'' "QiUHn mSKByM
Jar k3-X&v Tm
lLw ;-vV '-V$ : W' H
W J Sfs-arl m4 ':
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m Miss Rose Hennessv. well known as
Rose Hennessy well known
a poetess and elocutionist of Lexington
Ky. tells how she was cured of . uterine
inflammation and ovaritis by the use of
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
"Dkau Mm. Pinkham: I have been so blessedly helped through tho tM
of Eyelid 13. Pliikhnm'H Vcjrctublo Compound that I feci It but just to
acknowledge it hoping that it may help homo other woman mtffcrinir as I did.
" For years I enjoyed tho beat of health and thought that I wdtilrt ahvny'?
do ro. I attended parties and receptions thinly clad and would bo suddenly
chilled but I did not think ot tho results. I caught a bad cold eighteen
months ngo tvhtle menstruating and this caused inflammation of tha womb
ana congested ovaries j sunorcl cxcruclatinff pains nnu icept getting worse.
My attention was called to your VcKCtnhlo Compound nnd tho wonderful
cures It had performed and I mado up iny mind to try it for two months and
see what it would do for me. Within ono month I felt much better arid
at tho close of thu tccoud I was cntlrclv
" I have advised n number of my lady friends to wso It nnd all express
themselves as well satisfied with tho results as I was." Miss Rose NoitA
IlKN.Ni:esv 410 K. Broadway Lexington. Ky.
Tlio experience nntl testimony of some of tlio raost notcil
women of America go to prove beyond a question tlmt I.ydht E-
lMnklinm'fl Vcgctnblo Compound -will correct n.11 such trouble nnd
nt once by removing tlio cause and restoring tho organs to a
normal and healthy condition.
"Dkau. Mns. PijjKiiAiti About two years ago I consulted a pby-
flScian about my health which hud become so wretched that I was no "
longer able lo be about. I had scvoro bachachQ baaiir.g-do'.vzi paiaf
pains across tho abdomen was very nervous and irritable and this -trouble
crow uorso each month. Tho physician proscribed ior me but
I soon discovered that ho was unablo to help me and I then decided to
try Lydia 12. lMiikliam's Vegetable- Compound and soon found that
it was doing mo good. aIv appotlto was returning tho p.iin.i disappear-
ing and .tho gcuoral bcnclits wero well marked.
" You cannot ltjulizo how pleased I was and after taking tho metli-
ck'3 for only three mouths I .found that I was completely cured of my
t.rnuhlp. nriif hnvn hoon wnll niid henrtv over since and no more fcin tlio
monthly period as it now passes without pain tp me. Yours very truly
Miss Pkaul Aciceus 327 North Summer at. Nashville Tenn."
When a medicine has been 'successful. In restoring to health "
more than a million women you cannot well say without trying ito
I do not believe it will help mo." If you aro ill do not hesitate
to get a bottle of Lydla K. l'Inklmm'H Vegetable .Compound and
write Mrs. IMnkliam nt 'Lynn Mass. for special advice. ' Her au-
vioo Is free and helpful. Write to-day. Delay may be fatal.
FORFEIT I' " cannot forthwith produce Urn original tellers rwlgnaliirtl
uboio tottluionUli wltlclt will provo tliiir ahmluto Kouulnenesi. .
lortlla IS. riuLUaiu Med. Co. Ljud XaMft i
WuitJ riEC tit mlfili)
onmilld rnithod neat paid
Makes the Kaiser Liberal.
Tho Unifier" was so plcusod ovor
shooting a fino stag nt Uomlnten that
Iio Rave $0000 for tho orphans nnd
wldowtj of tho foresters and had his
two beatcru to dinner with them plac-
ing ono on each side of lihn.
Evory housekeeper should Know
that if they will buy Defiance Cold t
Water Starch for laundry uso they
will savo not only time because It
never elicits to the Iron but because
each puc:age contains 1C oz. ono full
pound whilo nil other Cold Water
Starches aro put up In -pound pack-1
ages and tbo prlco Is tho eame 10
cents. Then again becauso Defiance
Starch Is free from all Injurious chem-
icals. If your grocer tries to sell you a
12-oz. package It is becauso be has
a stock on hand which ho wishes to
I dispose ot beforo bo puts In Defiance.
IIo knows that Defiance Starch has
printed on every package in large let-
! tcrs and figures "16 ozs." Demand
1 Defiance and save much time and
money and tbe annoyanco of tbe iron
sticking. Defiance never sticks.
Looking After German Title.
The Prussian authorities arc taking
steps to prevent tho unlawful use of
tho prefix "von." Tlio police havo
been ordered to send In lists of nil
persons who yreflx "von" to their
names. These will be carefully gone
over by tho heralds and all persona
found using tbls highly-prized addi-
tion but not entitled to do so will be
notified that unless they discontinue
Its use thoy will bo punished.
TILL CURED. 27 TEARS ESmUSM?.
l)2-pii tmtlu ea Nlit rittuli ud CUiem tVKSH
irtaiix sn uiiiuii nntntn.
01 till HootMlitcrwrn
a ctntllli cartd
iiiiraiia intii ram w aiaiicititi.
& MINOR MoStttiEi.iTfefc:
Arc the finest table delicacies to be had in this line.
Insist on this Brand.
CHAS. WOLFF PACKING CO.
Beauty of Child's Eyes.
A chlld'3 eyes! Those clear wU?.
of undented thought! What on earth
can bo moro beautiful? Kull of hope
lovo and curiosity they meet your
own! In prayer how earnest; in joy
a tUV n ai'tiatlUt fJ aU41'iVUt I1U t U"
dcr! Norton. I
NEW PENSION LAWS SSS
Al'fijr tu NATHAN IlICICrORK 01 F BU
Mnahlnsturi. 1. U.
enrol to star cared. Eminent
Judsca ministers corxnMmtn
and tbr madjenl pros dwutv
iny euni pennAnenU 1 cure
after others falb WKITK 'il-
DA.1" YOU FKKH 1IOUHI.KT
Acaixui. Dr. IV To wot Itmd da LaoWn
Freo Howistead L
Car y trio bonnei to
iub 01 vrnoat r.nt
reeetre tUfiUOfiUi aa a rctult ol their Wbval lvv
Tbe rctorna from 0U Darter and oilier crahui at
well aa can la and boraea add cuailderabl; tu tl.
Secure a Free Uumettead at onee or piitctia
from aome Uilablo dealer blle Und are aellinti ai
Apply !or Information to Supertnteideatef luiral-
Eratluu.Ottata. Canada or tu authorized CanaiHaa
Oovernmeut Aeeni J. t. frawfonl Ho. IK W.
l'ietje aaj vbere you iav ttU adTcrUKtaent
v'. n. u.v.'t'CHrrA.-XQ .13 ic-c-
When Answering Advertltemenu
Kindly Mention This Paper.
The Old MonK Car
Pains and Aches
ol tho human fmlly reteves
and cures promptly.
Price 23c. ana 30;.
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