The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 18, No. 35, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 16, 1905 Page: 3 of 4
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THREE YEARS AFTER.
lliigciie E. I.arlo of 751 Twentieth
avenue tlcKot seller In tlio Union Sta
tlon Denver. Col. says: "You arc at
liuoity to repeat what I
first stated through our
Denver papers about
Doan's Kidney Pills In
the summer of 1890. for
I have had no reason In
the jntorlm to change my
opinion of that remedy I
was subject to severe at-
tacks of backache al-
ways aggravated If I sat
long at a desk. Doans
Kidney Pills absolutely
stopped my backache. 1
have never had a pain or
a twinge since."
roster-MUburu Co. Buffalo X. Y
Tor Atlo by all druggists. Price CO
cents per box.
A broken promise isn't always due
1 1 a hrt dr' nn r Dr. KIIik ' (lrrt NerTe l-itor
r. Hen! ror I'llKIS rca.Oi) trial hottli- ami trmtttrN
Ua. lu 11. Ku:ir. Lt J 931 Arcn street riiiladelptt'a fa
Always tell the truth If you want tc
I do not Iipiifio PiNUNimrcfur Consumptloi
has un njual for counlis unit 10I1K John P
ItOTSit.'lrlnltySiiriiiKK. 1ml.. Teb. 15 HUM.
Kvon the vegeiarlun may feel that
ho Is a small potato.
tci cum: a coi.o t- iinh hay
Talo Laxaitte Uniu ijnlalnn Tablet. Mi ilrnc-
(Mi rrrunil Iho money It It ftl lo rurc. );. W.
Uroie't ilsnatnre It on cacti Imi. 2Se.
It Is pretty safo lo JudKo bank cash-
iers by their disappearances.
Every housekeeper should know
that If they will buy Defiance Cold
Wntcr Sinrch for laundry use they
will Have not only time bocauro It
never sticks to the Iron but because
each package contains 16 oz. ono full
pound while nil othor Cold Water
atarches ato put up In -pound pack-
ages and the price Is the same 10
cents. Then again becauso Defianco
Starch Is free from all injurious chem-
icals. If your grocer tries lo sell you
a 12-ok. package It Is becauso ho aas
a utock on hand which ho wishes to
dispose of beforo he puts in Dctlance.
He knows that Defiance Starch has
printed on every package In large let-
ters and figures "16 07s." Demand De-
fiance and save much time and money
and the annoyance of the Iron stick-
ing. Defianco never sticks.
The fellow who Is his own best
friend may occasionally rci left.
The letter of Miss Mcrkley
whose picture is printed above
proves beyond question that
thousands of cases of inflamma-
tion of the ovaries and womb
are annually cured by the use of
Lydia E. Piaklram's Vegetable
"Deah Mns. PnrcmAM: Gradual'
I03S of strength aud nervo force told
mo 6omcthlnjr was radically wrong
with me. I had severe shooting' pains
through the pelvic organs cramps anil
cxtremo irritation compelled mo to
ecek medical advice. The doctor said
that I had ovarian trouble an(l ulcera-
tion and advised an operation. I
strongly oliteetcd to this and decided
to try Tjydia JE. Plukhrvm's Vckc-
tablo Compound. I s.oon found that
my judgment was correct ami that nil
the good things caid ah tit this medi-
cine were true ami day by day 1 felt
lcs3 palninl increased appetite. Tho
ulceration soon healed and tho other
complications disappeared and in
eleven weeks I was once more strong
nd vigorous and perfectly well.
" My heartiest thnnlts aro sent to
you 'for the great good you have done
me." Siuccrely yours MissMaroaket
Meuexey 275 Third. St Milwaukee
Wis. fSOCO forfe't If orlglral of abcoe tettu
Strewing 4r.4lrina$s cannot t produced
II anyone olfcrtd you 0 ood
dollar (or tn imperfect one
would you take it?
II anyone offered you one good
dollar for 75 ctnU of bad money
would you take it?
We offer you 16 ounces of the
very best starch made for 10c
No other brand is so good yet
all others cost 10c for 12 ounces.
Ours is a Llwcjs proposition.
DEFIANCE STARCH b the best
We guarantee it saliifartory.
Ask your grocer.
The DEFIANCE STARCH CO.
at "iiJlV WW- 1
rf -If -'.--V jU
7r y i)
A swan nnil eSRnets nothing more
HacKRiouml of llcr. rnly rliore.
Dim shapes of rounded tr-w the high
I.tTutywice of a summer sky.
Only i xnapuliot. Juki a nnsh.
Ami It wa tlx-d the mimic nnsh
Tlio imrent bird on Mwiilnc slow.
Hit fussy little Heel In tow.
Tho nll-norvBdlnR witty lmrc.
Tho white lights on the waterways
A scum that never wns liofnre.
A scene that will bo nexer morel
Alas! for us. Wc look niul wait.
Ami labor but to Imitate;
In vnln for new offeetB wo seek
limb's briefest moment Is utilnuel
Austin Dobson In Harper's Magazine.
fOopyrlrjht. ISO I t.j l)all
It wns Rrowins dark In tho Jury
room and eleven of the twelve sworn
to well and truly try tho case of tho
State of Wyoming ngalnst Scotty Uur-
rows looked nt each other In gloomy
silence. It wa3 now tho second day
of their Incarceration and little Sam
Calloway still hung out for acquittal.
Sam was tho exception to the general
gloom. Ho appeared quite cheerful as
ho sat tilted back In a chair with his
foot on the window ledge whittling a
tune apd staring out Into the twilight.
"You kin stop that derned whlstlln'
anyway" said one of tho Jurors sav-
agely. ".Jess as you say" said Calloway "I
know I ain't what youd call musical.
I was doln' It Jest to pass tho time."
Phil McMastors the hulking red-
bearded foreman of tho Jury pushed
back his chair and went over and took
a scat on the window sill.
"Sco here Sammy" ho said "are
you any kin to this ycr defendant
"No sir" nnswered Calloway. "Ho
ain't no kin o' mlno."
"Any of ycr wife's kin?"
"Does he owe you money?"
"Then what nro you so plaguc-goncd
mulc-headed about this for?"
"I ain't mule-headed" said Callo-
way "It's you men. If you'd come
around to my wny o' thlnkln' wo'd bo
out of hero lnsldo o' fivo minutes. I
ain't in favor o' stayln hero any long-
er than I havu to; ?2 a day ain't no
charms for me. but I ain't goln' to
railroad Scotty Just becauso 1 want n
"Didn't you hear the evidence?"
"Well the vrarllnir nasKpil Ilnnfc
Lamotte on tho keen Jump with his
tall up and Scotty's brand smokln' on
his sido an' mndo straight for tho Half
Circle A cow an' when Hank looked
down In tho coolie ho seen Scotty
storapln' out tho' fire. That evidence
"Sure thing It was. Didn't you hear
Scotty call him a lying half-breed pup
right thnr In court? What makes you
so plum anxious tcr convict?"
"I ain't anxious" said tho foreman
"but I want this cattlo rustlln' stopped
and I want tcr go homo an' 'tend to
my business so mo time."
"So do we" camo tho chorus.
"Oh let up Sammy" cried a juror.
"Thar ain't no sense in actln' this a
"You leavo him to me now" said
tho foreman in a menacing tono;
"jou'vo had your say aplenty." Ho
turned to tho obstinate Juryman.
"gammy" ho lesumed "I'll give you
a show. I'll draw straws with you
to seo whether we acquit or convict."
"I nover go against nnothcr man's
game" said Calloway " 'sides which
it's immoral. Seo hore McMasters I
ain't tonguey llko joti. You've been
argyln' ever senco wo wus close-horded
In here an' when I've tried tcr say
suthln' on Scotty's sido o' tho case
you've hollered mo down same's
you've hollered down tho others. All
the same. I know Scotty didn't brand
that Half Circle A calf an' I'll stay
by that till there's a skatln' carnival
on tho brlmstuu lakp."
Tho foreman's brows knit In an ugly
frown. Slowly and with his eyes fixed
thrcatonlngly on Calloway ho began to
"I'm Qoln' ter argy this out with
reruovo his coat. Then ho rolled his
shirt sleeves abovo his brawny hairy
elbows. Calloway turnod pale.
"Gents" said the foreman "extry-
ordn'ry cases sometimes require ex-
tryordn'ry argyments. I'm a goln' ter
argy this out with Sammy an' I don't
want none o' you mlxln' In tho debate.
You might as well turn your faces to
tho wall. You can hear the points I
make Jest as well."
Ono by ono tho ten turned their
chairs about laughing and Joking as
they did so but obviously tn unwhole-
some fertr of tho knotty flets of the
j$T 1EW&7T J24.G&5
Story 1'ub l"o )
"Hotter own up Thll's right Sam-
my" called one.
"I come from Missouri!." drawled
Calloway rather tremulously.
A sudden crash succeeded then a
volley of profanity from tho foreman
of tho jury and tho nolbo of a lively
scufllc. Another and n louder craFh
Indicated that tho table hnd over-
turned. Tho Jurymen writhed In their
chnlrs. A bang nnd a sound of rend-
ing wood. It wns too much for flesh
and bldod to bear. Tho ten Jurors
turned as ono man In time to see Mc-
Mastors go down heavily beforo a
blow from a chair leg wielded by tho
With a bound tho obstinate juryman
was on top of his antagonist plying
Oh God bless you!" cried Scotty's
tho Improvised cudgel about his head
nnd dofcnslvo arms In a trenzy ol fear
lest ho might arise.
"Ixit tip jou Httlo devil" shouted
Mc.Masteis. "Let tip! I'u had
enough. 1 tell you!"
"What do you think o' tho m30
now?" demanded Calloway bringing
down tho chair log with unabated en-
ergy. "Let up!" roared McMnstcr.
"Don't you think thoro's it reason-
able doubt about Scotty brnnil.n' that
there calf?" panted Calloway. "Tell
mo doggono jou!"
McMastors mado a herculean effort
to throw off his promiscuously nctlvu
incubus but tho movement left his
head unprotected nnd Calloway was
quick to avail himself of his oppor-
tunity. "Yes" groaned tho foreman
"thcie's a doubt all right. Now quit."
Calloway sulforrd him to rise.
"That's all tight then" ho remaiked
drawing tho tattered remnants of his
shirt about him with one hand but
retaining his weapon In tho othor.
"Now fellers" ho continued turning
with a new nir of authority to his
btothren "straighten up that tablo an'
we'll proceed ter tako another ballot."
The command was executed In an
awkward sllonce that wus broken by
a loud knocking at tho locked door.
"What aro you men playln' nt In I
thore?" demanded tho voice of Al
Williams the sheriff's deputy. "Are
you comin' to a dlsagt cement or try-
In" who can Jump tho farthest?"
It wns McMastcrs who answered.
"We'll call you when wo want you Al"
ho said grufily. "Wo don't want you
now." Then ns tho deput's footfall
dlod away on tho stair ho added.
"What's took placo In this yer jury
room don't go out o' this Jury room;
that's your oaths. What I want to
know Is If thorn oaths Is going to be
"S' far's I'm concerned" said Cal-
loway. "I guoss tho rest is jjoln' to
keep ther mouths shut. Our deliber-
ations Is- to bo kep gecret tho Juilxo
said. Only" ho added with a look
at McMastors "I'm a countln on two
votes for ncqulttal."
Five minutes later tho Jury filed Into
tho court room where Scotty Ihir-
rows In tho custody of tho snorlff
was gripping his chair arms with
whitened knuckles and glancing nerv-
ously at his wife who palo and wide-
oyed clasped her baby to her bosom
nnd panted as tho Judgo looked over
his spectacles at tho foreman.
"Aro you agreed upon your ver-
dict?" asked tho Judge.
"Wc are" answered tho Jury's fore-
man. "Wo find tho prisoner Scotty
Uurrown not guilty."
"Oh Cod bloss you!" cried Scottv's
Doesn't Want to Die.
Dr. Abdul Hlkmet a Turkish rosi-
dent In Paris has been requested by
tho Turkish embassy to return within
twenty days to Constantinople whoro
an order for his execution awaits him.
Tho doctor recently published a violently-worded
pamphlet charging the
sultan with responsibility for tho
massacro of non-Mussulmans n tho
Turkish empire. He has appealed to
tho French Kovernment for protection
LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS VAST
sscts of Companies In ttw York
State Equal to $2226423202.
If tho assets of nil the life Insurance
mipanlea engaged In business In the
'nlted States were distributed oqim'lj
o nil the population of "le world ouch
nan woman and eh ! 1 r every contl-
'ont nnd every cot. ;i . . from Africa
o Labrador would rjctle J2 each
ays n writer In the Kra Mngassluo
Vhero would bo 52 for every human
eing on the gloho.
Tho assets of tho life Insurance com-
panies of this country that Is the ac
tual property roal estate bonds
tocks etc.. which they own nmoum
in the aggregate to moro than ?2-
000.000000. Tho companies doing
I uslness In Now York state and these
include also practically all of tho com-
panies with headquarters In other
states had at the cloo of 190!! ns-
sols. In exnet figure equnl in vnlue
to ?222C.423.202. Such Is tho iiingnl-
tuilo of tho Institution of life insur-
ance! If all tho adult men In Ameri-
ca of ovcry race nnd occupation
should contribute simultaneously 1100
each toward a fund. Hint mm-innus
sum would not equal tho in'i'p of the
property owned by the American life
More ihnn JGOO.OOO of tho money
paid to tho companies every year by
policy holders goes to defray tho ex-
pense of maintaining n spy system.
After all tho preliminary precautions
hnve been taken tho medlcnl examin-
ation made tho references looked up
after tho policy has been granted
detectives nie employed to watch pol-
icy holders. Your money Is pnld to
employ mon lo follow you through
your dally walk to track ou Into res-
taurants to Interview your bcrvnntp
to use nil .the other low and contempti-
ble means which these creeping shn-
dowers employ. The spy system or
tho "combine" Is Interesting.
Coup d'Ctat Against Beggars.
In the Oentlcmau's Magazino theie
Is an Interesting account of the coup
d'etnt by whleh Count Romford on
.Inn. 1 1730 rid Munich of tho swarm-
Ing host of beggars which disgraced
that city by their thievery robbery
and shameless debauchery. Having
previously had constructed n large
building and stocked it with tho Im-
plements of every trade he ordered
soldiers on Jan. 1 when Iho beggars
would bo In lull forco In expectation
of Now Year gifts" to arrest every
mnn woman or child who solicited
nlms. He arrested tho first beggar
with his own hand and was so en-
ergetically seconded by tho soldiery
that before night not a siugla ono of
the fraternity was to bo met with In
Munich. On the arrest of each ho
was taken to the "own hnll where af-
ter tho registry of his name ho was
directed to repair next day to tho new
workhouso provided In which food
and employment would bo found for
him. It will bo nn encouragement to
Gen. Itooth to learn from the Gentle-
man's Magazine that tho success of
tho count wns complete. "Theso here-
tofore mlsorablo objects began to
chorlsh tho Idea of Independence to
feel a prldo in obtaining an honest
livelihood to prefer Industry to Idle-
ness and decency to filth nnd rags
nnd tho squalid wretchedness attend-
ant on beggary."
A Woman "No."
A woman's "no' hml no dismay for mo;
I'd often licuril It sulU thut It meant
I ilon't know why I'm sure that this
Hut thtic's ttullt In tho Kaying moio or
And so. of course 1 thought I hail sumo
Although lpe.itedly sho answered "No."
"Jteio eoqtietry." I tlioiiKht. "Sho wants
Jlo llilnlv Mhe Is not to he lightly won.
I lmve to suffer something for her mle
ur (Iho U wouldn't be 'i bit of fun.
She ineiely plays a part." I must sny
She played It well. Much llriiineHH In
1 humored her. 1 feigned n deep despair.
1 said sho hnd mined nil my life.
I tHllid her 'leiiitleSK cruel too as fair;
Apriiiii 1 IiokrchI lit r to become my wife
I did not think that this tlmo sliu would
Mo down but all Hie same sho unsneied
Then I bogan to doubt for whon I tried
To lllrt with others sho curod not a
To all HppennincoB and then beniilo
She lllrted also with another i-nep
It was not then un unoxpeelod lilmv
When for the fourtentb tlmf she ;ni-
It was no wonder thut I feared she meant
In sobar Until m offer to decline.
I Hold. "I'll see If tl'nl Is her inter I:
Foi the last time I'll ask her to be
That brought the eonllimatlon of my
Sho slmpl) said: "Not In a hundred
Stickled for Etiquette.
Hegular army officers say that vol-
unteers aro a trifle deficient in mat-
ters of military etiquette. As Illustra-
tive of their weakness In this respect.
Major General Corbln tells au amus-
ing story of n young nontenant of
militia who accompanied his fellow
volunteers to the war gamo at Ma-
It appears that the joung volunteer
olllcor In quobtlon was convoralni?
with regular army olflcors noar Gen.
Corbln's tout when Gen. Grunt and
his stnff passed. The roguiar officers
aro aud saluted but tho volunteer
lleutonnnt sat still.
"That was Gon. Grant" sold ono of
tho regulars to the lieutenant. "Why
didn't ou salttto him?"
"Oh" rcspondod tho volttntcor non-
chalantly "I've only boon horo n few
days and we haven't been Introduc-
Boy Works to Pay Debt.
Four yearH ago a boy of Oakland
Cal.. shot nnd killed a man who hnd
been annoying his sister. Ho was ac-
quitted but his trial left him In debt
$2.ri0. Ho mortgaged a lot ho owned
for tho amount paid his lawyers and
wont to sea on tho battleship Iowa.
Ho returned with money enough to
pay otf tho debt with Interest aud In-
tends now to work ashore.
PlctU'-o Postcards Censored.
Picturt) postcards aro subjected to
stern censorhhlp In somo continental
countrius. In Kunsla those bearing
the portrait of Tolstoi have been sup-
pressed. Turkey forbids any postcard
bearing tho name of Allah or Moham-
med or tho portrait of 9 Mussulman.
Franco will not permit the doslgncr
to ridlcttlo tlio corpulence of the king
OLD MEN OF FAMOUS NAME.
Authors Who were Productive After
Three Score and Ten.
The tall hnntlsnme myriad minded
Goethe wrought nt his tasks till ho
war- nearly S3 years old. Ho pro-
duced the first par' of his master-
piece 'Tnust" nt 57. says tho Satur-
day Kvttnlng Pot the swonil part
when 80 year old nnd wrote somo of
his most beautiful poems at 76. Six
of our foremost American poets nnd
all but one In quantity an well ns in
quality of verse llryant Whlttlor
Longfellow Lowell Holmes and Em-
erson lived to asves aryhiR from 7C
to Sli. nnd were prodttctlvo to the last.
Dr. Holmt'H wrote In his eighty-fifth
year Hint "tlmo does not threaten tho
old mnn so often with tho seytho ns
with the .sandbag" Vt ho wrote bril-
liant verso for special occasions al-
most to tho end.
Theodore Momtusen. tho historian
a mnn of almost Insignificant stature
and emaciated frame ii.anlfi sled In
his eighty-sixth and Inst year lite en
orgy of n man In middle life.
Tho earl of Duutlouald though ho
was always in hot water and hit
whole llfo was u serlea of quarrels
though ho performed somo of the
most dare-devil foals recorded in the
history of naval warfare winning
innny brilliant victories ugtilust enor
mous odds lived lo sr. and wrote his
history of the liberation or rem
Chile nnd Hrazll and "The Autohlog
raphy or a Seaman" two most rigor-
ous lucid and dashing works undo
tho stress of intense physical pain in
tho lust tjirco years of his life.
Sir Charles James Napier tho here
of Scludc wns 00 before hu held any
great command. Ho fought nnd won
great battles governed sttccessfullj
great provinces nnd nchloeil a gical
name long after that period of life
had passed whvn nccorillng to nn an-
tiquo morality not quite exploded It
behooves n man lo lay asldo the
things of tho present life and to pre-
pare his soul for tho net.
Don't brag about your future It your
past won't stand close scrutiny.
Versatile English Nobleman.
Lord Kllosmerc of Englnnil ulread
n well known writer under his pen
name of "Chares Granville" has just
Issued his first novel beating his full
title. This nobleman lo versatile.
He is a notable figure in racing cir-
cles being the owner of Hampton tho
sire of flvo Derby winners. Through
siro of flvo Derby winners. Though
tho owner of sonic of Iho finest racing
stables In England Lord Ellsmcrp
has never mado a bet. Ho created a
sensation by a special breed of white
pigs ho once gave 1000 gulncei for a
fighting game cock nnd ho is the
owner of tho finest private picture
gallery in London Uridgownter house
boasting four Raphaels fifteen To-
nlers Titian's "Thrco Ages of Mnn"
nnd Vandyck's only attempt to paint
"Tho Virgin and tho Child."
Shouting Their Praises.
Klrkland 111. Jan. 2nd.- (Special)
Cured of tho terrlblo Ilhoumntlc
pains that mado him a crlpplo for
years Mr. Hlchard It. Greenhon nn
old and respected rosldcnt of this
placo Is shouting tho praises of the
remedy that cured him Dodd's Kid
"I had tho rheumatism In my left
limb so that I could not walk over ten
to fiftcon rods at a time nnd that by
tho uso of two canes" Mr. Greenhon
says. "I would have to sit or Ho
down on tho ground when 1 was out
trying to walk and tho sweat would
run down my face with so much pain.
I could not sleep at night for about
flvo' or six weeks.
"I tried different doctors' medicines
but they were all no good. Then I
sent for Dodd's Kidney I'llls and
almost from tho first they brought
relief. By tho tlmo I had taken four-
toon boxes of them my rheumatism
was all gono nnd I can truly say I
feel better than I havo hi tho last
Production of Condensed Milk.
Threo condensed milk factories aro
now In oporatlon In the United States
with nn aggregate of $225000 invi stcd
capital and a daily capacity or 20C00(
pounds of milk.
Defiance Starch Is guurnntced biggest
nnd best or monuy rofuuded. 16
ounces 10 cents. Try It now.
Buildings Have Rcof Gardens.
In tho southern part of California
roof gardens aro becoming features of
all tho now buildings.
Important to Mothers.
Exsralno carefully every bottto of CASTOTttA
atafo&nd rum rviuotly for Infanta anil children
nnd we that It
In Uso l'er Ovor 30 Voire.
Tbo Klad You llm Always BoushL
On Life's Journey.
Life's road Isn't a level one. Wc
aro ilthr climbing up hill or sliding
down. Might as well sing au cry.
STATr o Ohio Citv or TOLruo.l
I.u OuvtfTr. t "'
Thasii: 1. L'liKMtr BMke natn tint be 1 ttnlcr
E inner of the II nil uf P. 1. l.'llKM.r ft Co. ituluir
ultioM In the I Itr "t TulW i uuBljr dJ Slate
afuriMld an-l Hint alU linn tlly I to mini ct
OSi: lirXHUF.il IHH.I..i: fur each anil uterr
rwaof CtrAKUii tbatitiinot be cured by Ibc uieuf
Hill's CaTAr.r.11 Cl'i-a. .
FRANK J. CHEXCY
Sworn to bfure mo ami tutaerlueil U uijr r-rc
tace. itita u ny ul Pccetuber A. Ii. ma.
- A.W. OLEVSOV
I "'- f 1'oTJinr I'l-aiiL.
It all' Catarrh Care l taken ti.tcratllr ami art!
UrecUjr on ibe Mrl and umwui urfaee t( tue
ijrttcin. bevl tor teattuuulai. free.
J. CilKXKV Jt CO .Toledv.O
Ko1iltirE.il DrujeULt. tc
laLe ll):'i Fawny 1'ilU foroontllpittvB.
To Plant Forest.
Tho University of California nt
Berkeley facos a magnificent view of
bay. Island and shore but tho high
IiIUh behind It aro bare. They aro to
bo covered with redwoodo flrB man-
zanltaB tan and whlto oalis and ma-
Moio Flexible and Lastlno
won't Hbakc out or blow nut; by using
Defiance Htarch you obtain better re-
sults than possible with any other
brand and one-third more for came
If you nro going to have tho vorld
at your feet don't lot your foot
SISTERS OF CHARITY
Uses Po-ru-na for Coughs Colds Grip and
Catarrh A Congressman's Letter.
In every country of tho civilized
world Sisters of Chnrlty aro known.
Not only do they minister to tho splr
Itunl and Intellectual needs of tho
charges committed to tuolr care but
they also minister to their bodily
With so many children to take ci.ro
of nnd to protect from rllmato and
dlscare theto wiso and lUudont Sis-
tern have found Peruna a novel' full-
Dr. Hartman receives many letters
from Catholic Sisters from all over
tho United States. A recommend re-
cently recohed from a Catholio Insti-
tution in Detroit Mich. roads as tol-
lows: Dr. S. B. Hartman Columbus Ohio:
Dear Sin "The young girl who used
the Peruna was suffering from laryn'
gills and loss of voice. Tho result of
the treatment was most satisfactory.
She found great relief and after
further use or toe medicine we uope
to be able to say she Is entirely cured."
Sisters of Charity.
Tho young girl was under tho caro
of the Sisters of Chnrlty and usod
Peruna for catarrh of tho throat with
pood results as tho abovo letter testi-
fies. . Send to Tho Porunct Medlclno Co.
Columbus Ohio for a frco book writ-
ton by Dr. Hartraau.
"LEADER" AND "REPEATER" SHOTGUN SHELLS
The proof of the shell is its shooting. Be-
cause they shoot so well Winchester Factory
Loaded "Leader" and "Repeater" Smoke-
less Powder Shotgun Shells have won almost
every important prize shot for in years.
Good shots shoot them because they give bet-
ter results ohoot stronger and more uniformly
and are more reliable than any other make
have ray A MSE?
WOULD YOU LIKE liSTOQAOiTSB t?
SEND YOU A BEAUTIFUL B-' " g"6" -.
roRTHC MOST WOHDCnrUL SADDLE OrrCR EVER HEARD
Of. an oiler by which anyons can hava th nlcctt ftddla In Ma
ncilhborhood cut tbla lul i4S ana Mtiil It lo na anl you will
rerrlve our New Bll and Bfoucltul Spccltl saddle CaUleauc
larva UautlHOine ihutograpulo IlltiitraUunc of all Linda ot
Man's Women's Cloys' and Glrla'.Sadclloo
Stock Saddles ranch and Rango Saddles
SMALL MCDIUU AND IARQE. PLAIM AND
EVENT IHfQIrl 1LE MNU AND B I I LE Ann QUAI'i; Ur SADDLE
OUR PRICES WILL ASTONISH AND PLEASE YOU.
Tu will itteur Very Latest and M&3 A!ttnUMni Literal Offtr. you M
lft our New HrwiTrlaJ 1 laayjii will retcttwa uddio oiTrr that wverj homi
owner altould have fct oii-i. If von own a lioror darVtUU to cut this tul out
and e ml to u today Ami c -o hat all ou ijc C by return mail fro pOklpcJd.
address SEAKS ROEBUGt! &
fav.f7tiaTHC enrmr kiohcv and nvcn eunc
. inriBi l eons ljauout s r.
CM A VrA 1 P3' THE OAIL
01 A I lift I OeU4htt.1l Daily
11 I For The America
For The American Hoire.
A LMaiportabtntvai abnuiai tiuagajlna fetigre
-- every dny. deparnneuia detiiieil ti literaiurc.
poetry art ii-ienee r.Iunltun. rellclon. Iiyulene d
iBOAlfc fonutuy Iatlin iraveU roerea.lun. Im-I
oe.. markala ic No'l.lru aJnilitedto r-adlox or
adirrlltlni: column! wblib parent caoDui reail lo
llielr chlHren. hulJicrlpllon nileo II a year. Me for
6 luu 1 500 lor 1 m bubiiTtoa bday. t'lilcau
Uelvw Co. S!) Coea-t.gla Oaildia(.Chi:aco lit
W. N. V - WICHITA NO. 1- 190S.
When Answering Advertisements
Kindly Mention This Paper.
BEGGS' CHERRY COUGH
5VRUP ctires coughs ani co!t
V 8IRJUGHT0SCIGJIB ft
I j Vou Fay 10c. p j
I II fit flfrrr f
His s'ot so o0 m
Tho following letter la from Con-
gressman Mccklson of Napoleon
Tho Peruna Medlclno Co. Colum
havo used sev-
eral bottles of
Peruna and feel
ed thcrohy from
my catarrh of
tho head and
to believe that
Its contl nueil
use will fully eradicate a dlscaso of
thirty years' standing." DavioMcek-
Ison. Dr. Hartman ono of tho best known
physicians and surgeons in tho Unit-
ed States was tho first mnn to form-
ulate Peruna. It was through hl
genius and persovoranco that it was
Introduced to tho medical profession
of this country.
If you do not dcrlvo prompt and
satisfactory results from tho uso of
Pcrunfi writo nt onco to Dr. Hart-
man giving a full Btotmcnt of your
case and ho will bo pleased to givo
you his valuablo ndvlco gratis.
Address Dr. Hartman President ot
Tho Hartman Sanitarium Colum-
WINCHESTER MAKE OF SHELLS
CO. Chicago. U
Thkt'i air it ill
rut to ait ct
Lr 1-0-ci:c tn
laid down at yovr
r4lr4 tUtMrtt all
HUKB lrlCII INUUliATOK
ar lb vtMi lint u i . Kolt rt ThrQ w4' (Uitirr
iaiftttlwo4 ai iiajit roujheat. C-pptr hrtr
httaUni ijriUm 11 siaia.arjMa iMlia(iiIictaiaaUr
Uittr. OiiUint7fritwti-ilioto.rlr-lfof a aJtth
all tnacbiiioat o (1 u fli) IlusaVrv TxUl. zmiui tea
try oiporti Iff lo la mr ic4rtftt. tvt j btAchtn
cam a 5 jmrt frat. Yw Uka ro nk with tha
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t.aM. Mn4 (or fn-ck"AItC99 Uyv lit t KUaU
ajil Itwradtral5j aaw)iiif wtntCUyrBUr.
itc iiAiiii nviuviuu ivurni
viiy -aicr itV inuittuiaHtimjaui
TWEHTY BUSHELS OF WHEAT
TO THE ACRE
la tho rocortl on
tho Frco Homo-
atood Lands of
Tbo ISOUOO farmera from tlioCotted StatM.-aho
durlue ilia pact mu yeara liae kodo to Vauad4
parlluipaio in una pnpeniy
i The I pile I State wllleoon Ueepuie M Imporkt 14
i Ktit-it Jeitroiwnett'arpurelio a farm In
' WetieruLauada.iuid UtviAouof IhoMvho will
tc ;i produce; It.
! P?'y f' r i6fvrw!tn Sopcr3tendct ot lwmt.
1 rrailon lll. Coinua.Kr W aaihorlint '"'""."
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rieain ly wbtro oJ nw tlila advertiaf meut.
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