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SICK HEADACHE
lABTTDQ these JUUlo Flllo.
Mill Ll0 TlicyalM relievo Dia-
tress rroai Dyrperea is-
digestion Bad Too Hearty
Eating; A perfect rem-
edy lor Dlntncss Kausca
Jtowslnes? :rl Tasto
JiC Hugh Coated
r?i 3.Bm.iUioEiae.
JTonno xrrat'N.Jpoj
I'M-ui-! '" Br'. PnrelrVcCTtihlfl.
bMALLNLL. i)RALluusE SmaLL PRICE
CARTERS
Genuine Must Bear
Fac-Similo'Signaturo
REFUSE SUBSTITUTES.
iTTll
Five
ITTIE
IVER
PILLS.
BSW!5fThorapsoni Eyi Watir
D ATTETIUTPG 43-pago book rnEB
f I Cll I O hla-heat reference?
HT.'Jl.llAU) & CO.. llox K Washington D.C.
PENSIONS &7T.
Write Mathsn Elckford. 014 F Bt.. Waahtucton. J) 0.
50 MORE CREAM
FROM SAME GOWS.
Don't accuse your cows of being
unprofitable. Ulvo them u tquaic dciu
una they will pay you well. If you arc
not using; a centrtfugnl
cream separator from 20
per cent to 60 per cent.
of your cream in thrown
away with the slcimmilli
Ucn your owp timo and
labo7 ar6
Seine Wi&fed
f T Why not pet a DE
LAVAIi cream separator ston those
lenlcs and double your profits. A DE
liAVAlj rnnchluu nay bo bought upon
melt liberal terms that it will more than
cam its cost while you are paying for
It nud btill be good for 20 years more
of clear profit use. As compared with
other separators tho superiority of the
DE LAVAIi is seen in tho fact that over
700000 DE LAVAL machines ten times
the number of all others combined have
been sold to date. Vou may have ample
trial of a DE LAVAL freb of all cost.
Now is tho tlmo to get a DE LAVAL
while uotvs arc making tho largest
product ond savings count biggest.
Writo to-day for free catalogue and
full particulars.
The De Laval Separator Go.
Sandolph & Canal Sti.
74 CortUndt Street
New York
CHICAGO
W. L. Douglas
t3'J'&'3?lSHOESGlA
W. L. Douglas $4.00 Cilt Edgo Lino
.cannot no equalled atany prlco.
r"ess
esTABiisH
JULY 6. 181
Capital '2.500000
W. L. DOUGLAS MAKES A SELLS MORE
MEN'S SX.GU SHOES THAN AHT OTHER
MANUFACTURER IN THE WOIU.U.
C1 n (inn REWARD to anyone who can
OIUjUUU disprove tUa ttittment.
If I couM take vou Into mv three larire fact orlei
Bt Urockton Mass. and show joii the infinite
care mi u men every patrni snoes is made ou
would reallie why y. L. Douglas S3.S0 shoes
cost more to make wiivme now meir snare
tit better wear longer and are of greater
Intrinsic value than any other $.1.50 thoc.
IV. L. Douglao St-onn Mado Shoes far
Man $2. BO &Z.OO. Days' School
DrexShoaaS2.BOS2.91.7Bf!1.Sa
CAUTION. insist "loii hating .I.1uuk-
las shoes. T.iko no substitute. Nono gennlno
without his tiiino and prlco stamped on button).
Fatt Color f o-'eU used t they will not wear trcssy.
Write for Illustrated Catalog.
YV. I.. DOUGLAS. Urockton Muss-
DP F'NO M0HEY TILL
NO MORE MUSTARD
IGI
rnk.' rtTV
.zJmVA.Xn -iSJSMvastca and the
'jam
tV-MUOH-v X? j. 1
i T."w;:a rvt
til I li " -ri
illplfglillll
VASELE
THE SCIEMTIFIC and MODERN EXTERNAL COUNTER-IRRITANT
A QUICK. SURE.SAFE Aim ALWAYS READY CURE FOR PAIN
DON'T WAIT TILL ths PAIN COMES KEEP A TUBE HANDY
IT WILL NOT BLISTER THE MOST DELICATE SKIN
IT IS ALSO INDISPENSABLE FOR CH1LDHCN
VASELINE OAMPHQR !0
SUPERIOR TO ANYTHING IN USE FOR CHAPPED HANDS
AND LIPS AND TO ALLAY ALL IRRITATION OF THE
SKIN. A SOVEREIGN HEMEDY FOH SUN-DURN
KEEPS THE SK'.ri IN A SOFT AND HEALTHY CONDITION
AND PRESERVES THE COMPLEXION. EACH OF THESE
WELL KNOWN PREPARATIONS .CAN BE OBTAINED FROM
PRUCCISTa AND DEALERS 6R WILL SEND;BY MAIL
ON RECEIPT OF 15 CENTS IN MONEY OR STAMPS.
EXCEPTING CAMPHOR ICE. FOR WHICH SEND TEH CENTS
CHESEBUOUGH MFG. CO. 17 Stale Street. NEW YORK
ouNCEs DAllnFD
n.;".! .
"Hi "'CASO 1111
25 ounces for 25 cents
JAQUES
Odcage
Ths ortlatte ' Boofc at PrtaU "
rre opoa
WANTED- Just to Inform you that
tickets can ho purchased from tho
Santa Fo agent at Wichita Kansas
to or from all foreign countries.
Special attention given to prepaid
booking oa all Atlantic lines.
airfield Tea purine the Uocd.
Geld Tea cures sick headaches.
Gar-
Tlicro is something fine and nice in
a daughter who taltos prldo In. making
;nr mother (Jrcss becomingly
M. Jufscrand ths Orator.
M. Jusscrand French Ambassador
was principal orator at tho final
burial of tho body of John Paul Jonc?
In Annnpolit last Tuesday. Slnco his
residence In Washington M. Jusscrand
has largely added to his reputation
as nn orator. Ho has always been
known rather ris a. profound scholar
and student but In tho speeches ho
has made In this country ho has shown
originality of research nnd a high de-
gree of forensic ability and it Is ex-
pected that upon this occasion of inter-
national Importance ho will deliver an
unusually nulo address.
Distinguished Refugee.
Tho man who moro than anybody
el.o mado American letters nnd Amer-
ican llfo and history known to tho
Poles of Europo has como to Boston
to live a refugee from tho persecu-
tions of the Kusslan police. Ho Is
Jakob C. Goldszmlt himself at ono
time a lecturer at tho Warsaw univer-
sity and widely" known ns an author
nnd correspondent.
CONCERNING FEMININE TITLES.
Soma
of Them Have Not Sprung
From Titled Families.
Somo of our ho3t known and most
popular duchesses havo not themselves
sprung from titled families. The
Duchess of llcdford Is an instanco of
this and hor Graco of Sutherland an-
other. Tho latter lady Is a daughter of
Major Robert Pooro and sister of tho
famous cricketer of tho samo name.
Tho latter married Lady Flora Hamil-
ton the duko'n sister and In 1901 tho
duko fell In lovo with and married
Miss Nina Poore. Tho duchess In a
beauty very fair tall with bluo eyes
and golden hair. Sho is much moro
fond of country than of town life and
especially of her husband's beautiful
place in Scotland Hamilton palace.
sT saA I Cfil! H n? -i-lt . I'.n.l...."
BH B H33BH H ei' KlnMIlo.l 1!M.
aV!hligfKja.SiT; PENSIONS
UrnucliCM lit 1 hltntio Cleveluud JetrolU
stop i:mm mm.
WewIUliuynSl OPOtotSOOOhcme. Youpiyonly
7M mil MONTH on cuch 51.009 with 5 PUU
CUNT SIMI'LU 1NTKIIKST p-r annum pay-
nblo monthly AddreisTtlU STANDARD REAL
USTATU LOAN COMPANY. Waslilncton. O.C.
Big Interest OnYour Money
All profits paid In dividends. Others lmvo
mado ono hundred per cent In samo business
buro Interna (or Ufa and valjablo legacy tor
family. Ileal cstnta deeded to I'hlludclphl
trust rompiny for protection of Investors.
IlRiutlfully Illustrated booklet nnd traper free
Wrlto nt onec. I. t- nnd U. Co.. Dept A 7a
Drcxcl llutldlnc. Philadelphia Pa.
CURED
SCXD ron TREE Iluj TluiumiDmll.
DlSUSU.WlTH HlMa OJ PS3M1XEIT NCI CEtZD
KUUAi CITY. M0.("-"icrnct Arjr.loi-n)
DBB9
PLASTERS TO BLISTER
; K
BAK.NC
it the wonderful raisins powder of the
Wave Circle. Thousands of women are
bringing greater health and better food
into their homes by using K C Baking
Powder. Don't accept a substitute!
Use the safe wholesome and reliable K C
Baking Powder. If you have never used
it you don't kn&w what you've missed.
MFC. CO.
request.
NEW BRITISH LEGION
ORDER IS FORMED TO AID IN
TIME OF WAR.
Unique Organisation Composed of Men
Who Have Been Seasoned by
Frontier Life Is World
fcfts
Wide in ScotieT
Durins our war with Spain tho
uo el organisation known as the rough
riders was formed and proved superior
In many respects to tho trained sol-
diers of tho regular army mado up a3
It was of men toughened to hardship
Indifferent to danger nnd resourceful
In whatever situation they might hi
placed.
In England thero has just been form-
ed what hi some respects Is a duplicate
of tho rough riders in that it Is mad
up of frontiersmen mon who havo been
seasoned In tho school of hardships
and dangers and havo learned to face
dangers and get out of dlftlcultles. But
ths idea of tho organization was not
borrowed from America and tho rough
riders for tho founder of tho new
army Roger Pocock galnod-hls first
inspiration for tho organization while
serving his country In tho Boer war.
"1 realised then" ho s.tys. "that wo
frontiersmen wero being put to wrong
uses and my subsequent experlenco
In tho campaign strengthened that
conviction. Wo had tumbled all over
each other to take a hand In tho fight.
Outnumbering tho Boers wo frontiers-
men of the empire Instead of beating
lliciu at their own gartio frittered"
way our strength playing at soldiers
and Imitating Tommy. It Is with no
grudge but with loving ndmlratlon
that wo own up now how well wo
know his business. But had wo come
not as amateurs but as guides as
scouts as pioneers n3 horsemen for
flying raids with our own leaders and
organization our own methods tools
und weapons wo might havo done
much to bring tho war to a swifter
moro decisive moro merciful ending."
This new order of frontiersmen has
gained tho sanction of tho new liberal
secretary of war Mr. Haldan nnd It is
planned that its field of operations
shall extend to every part of tho Brit-
ish empire and includo tho rough and
;-eady typo of men to .bo found
whcevei' privations havo to bo en-
dured dangers faced and difficulties
overcome.
Tho Earl of Lonsdale has been
chosen as leader of tho now order. Ho
Is tho only explorer who over crossed
arctic America and ono of the few
arctic explorers wbo never needed a
rescue expedition. He Is also an old
Wyoming hunter and Is accounted tho
bc3t horso master tracker in England.
Sir Henry Saton-Knrr another old
UOGEH TOCOCK FOUNDER OF NEW
AIUIY.
Wyoming hunter was made chairman
af tho cxcsutlvo council.
Tho-plan of enrollment ns explained
by Mr. Pocock is as follows:
"Every dUtrlct in tho world where
there aro Britishers contains somo men
who have 3een service In th'o wllder-
ue3J or ut sea. These wo will bring
Into contact and ask them to form n
club. Wo do not caro whether this Is
a f.oclal sporting athletic rlllo polo
racing or hunting club: Its premises
may be a palaco a room in a public
houso or rain swept tents; its funds
may ho as largo or small as Its mem-
bers pleaB; but it must elect a chair-
man treasurer und secretary and it
must subscribe to our rules before it
becomes u command of the Legion of
Frontiersmen. Tho most Important
command will bo that in London tho
rallying center for our trlbo through-
out tho world.
"The main advantngo of member-
ship in tho Legion of Frontiersmen
will bo richt of entry In In gamoi.
These games will bo competitions in
such matters as shooting wrestling
loading n pack horse roush riding
rough driving scouting and raiding
all of direct use as a training for war
Tho district games In each state or
provluco will bo played for swoep-
stakcH to find the champion teams.
"Tho service for whlrh we are es-
pecially adapted In war" said Mr. Pa-
cock "Ij guiding scouting and pioneer-
ing rather than flgiiting und tho kind
or training we need is not provided In
any army. It Is doubtful too if any
array which tralna men In the mass
could mako t'io host use of frontiers-
men who aro only useful In small
details ns specialists. Per wo are
neither cavalry infantry nor artillery
and in any existing arm of tho servics
could only be rated as reerulls. 0 ar)
not so much soldiers as guerrillas and
to bo useful must form n distinct arm
not belonging to the army but.attach-
ed whllo on active service with our
own leaders organization and np-
planccs our own ta:tlc3 and strategy
helping thn field force nnd obedient to
the general omcer commanding."
Something Swell
Sarah Bernhardt has a. gown worth
$7500. Of Ivory satin it is decorated
with diamonds and turquoises. Two
hundred animals wero needed to pro-
cure the ermine to line the train. On
the skirt is a band of 1.S0O turquoises.
Not for Him.
believe In 'the
"Do you
great day
coming?"
"It Isn't coming for me.
a. lob and havo stopped
days." Houston Post.
I'm out cf
having pay
N.-ncsn end Woman) flights.
Dr. FrldtJ Nanscn tho Artie ex-
plorer who has been appointed Nor-
wegian ambassador to Great Britain
In n firm bojlevcr la Woman's rights.
Mo and his w!fo nro almost equally
proficient In all tlmt relates to athletic
and tho strenuous ttto. Apart from
bis fame as an explorer Dr. Nanscn
Is r?H known as a writer on scientific
topics.
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Ft:gulatlng Bakers.
Bakers In Franco aro subject to cer-
tain umiiunl rules nnd regulations.
In largo fortilled towns for Instanco
they must always llavo a certain stock
on hand In caso of war. Not only this
but overywhero they .havo to deposit
n sum of money in tho hands of the
municipal authorities ns n surety of
good conduct; and tho law not con-
tent with merely looking nfter their
weights and measures nctually de-
ildes tho price at which bread Is sold.
Railroad Building In Canada.
Railroad building Is so actlvo in Can-
iidit that tho local steel mills nro tin-
ablo to supply tho demand for rails
and largo orders nro tccordlngly being
turned to tho United Statu. But tho
present Canadian duty on steel rails
Is high enough to mako importations
expcnclvo and so tho Grand Trunk
Pacific company has petitioned tho
government (o remit tho duty on tho
ground that it was imposed purely ns
a protective mcasuro and tho local
mills cannot meet tho demand.
All Japs Looked Alike
Not long ago a Japaneso war vessol
stopped nt Cork and a number of sail-
ors wero given shoro leave. They
wero seen overywhero being objects
of groat Interest. It happened that on
Iho Bamo day a country woman was in
Cork seeing tho sights and for tho
first tlmo saw a native of tho mikado's
land. All Japs looked altUo to her and
after sho had observed o street carl
half filled with them sho exclaimed:
"Glory bo but sho was n wonderful
womnn that had all thlm sons. Ev-
erywhere I seen them U1I3 day and
they have nit tho snmo faces an thlm
tho Httlo crayturc3."
A girl is innocent when sho
afrnld to call what sho walks
what they arc.
Isn't
with
WAS WEAK AND DIZZY
Dr.YVIllloms'PInk Pills Roctorcd tho
Patient to Perfect Hoolth
And Strength.
Mrs. Mary dagiier of No. r7G Sonth
Summer street Holyoko Mnss. lias
passed through nn expeiiouco which
proves that some of tho gieatest bless-
tugs of llfo may llu within easy teach
and yet bo found only by itiuio chance.
Afewyenrrtiigo whilo. fchu was omployed
in tho mills sho was suddenly hcizod
with dizziness nud great weakness. " 1
was so weak ut times" sho says "that
I could hardly stand nud my ImsmI be-
emtio so dizzy that it seemed us if tho
floor was moving around.
"My condition at last becaino so bad
that I was obliged to givo up work in Iho
mill nud later still I boenmn so feebly
that I could not uvau attend to mo
housohold duties. After tho slightest
exertion I had to liri down nud rest until
I regained strength.
"Afrioud who had used Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills for Palo People urged mo to
try thorn. I bought n box ami began to
take them. Tho benefit wan so positivu
and sonuicklv evident that I continued
to uso tho pils until I had taken alto-
gether six boxes. By that timo I was
entirely enrod nud for two years I havo
had no return of my trouble. I mil now
in tho best of health nud uhlo to attend
to nil my duties. I am glad to acknowl-
edge tho bcuoilt I received nud I hopo
that my statement may bo tho means of
inducing others who may suffer itt this
wiw to try this wonderful inedicino."
Tho (secret of tho power of Dr. Wil-
liams' Pink Pills In cases of dobility
such ns Mrs. Giigner's lies in tho fact
that theymako nuw blood and every or-
gan and oven every tiny nervo in the
body feols tho stir of u new tide of
strength.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pill.? are sold by all
druggku or will ho suit postpaid on
receipt of prion f0 cents per box six
boxes for &)ft0 by tho Dr. Williams
Mcdiuiuo Company Schenectady N. Y.
A man must bo cither very rich or
very poor to show a contempt for
money.
There Is mora Cstarrh In tbls section of the conntry
thsu all athrdlcse pus tok'Clhcr.aiKt until tbs Ian
re vr years watupnur(l to bo Inrurbte. KiiraKreac
ctsny ears doctor pnmounrcd It a local dlncao and
prescribed local reniedlos anil by constantly falling
19 cure with local I rest rtif nt pronounced It Incurable.
Scicnco bas proi en Catarrh u bo a constitutional dl-
eaea3d therefore regulreAtxnstltiitlonal treatment
llall tutarrh Corp. iuanoIaiurrd ly r. J Cheney
fl:.'o..lulvdoOhlo (s the only constitutional euro en
tbo market. It Is laUen Interna.. f (ndowes fnm 10
diopsmateasiknutul. It actiilliectlyon the blood
and mucous fcorfaces of Ibe system. They otter ono
hundred dollars f.r any i use I; falls to cure bend
UrLtrtklura snd teJ.ttMiHiiHis
Addre.si V. J. cll.i.NLV . CO. Toledo Ohio.
fvjld br Itnmtltls. 7Jc.
'fake llall'i Famly nitsforcuntlbatlon.
People go on hoplnG
consolation prize
as a sort of
Important to Mothers.
Eratclno carefully every twttle of CA8TOHIA
A safo anil rnto remedy Ut Infants tai children.
a&u tea tnnt it
Hears the
of C&UZ
AM&&
Slccatnro
a Uso l'or Over ao Viara.
Tb3 liiail Vou Havo Always DoujU.
It's mighty casv to givo up a habit
jrou'vo got tired of
in iiajiMiijijMjijiijsm ti r ' rfl-'rMiiTTrisfc
a k
That
Constant
Misery
'"" '"" ' ' " I . - --. III I
DamIsAwTIw 4L ft r J ' i
UMilliypiiH
MANY PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE
styefa JT. Plnkhzm's
vegetable Compound
Tho wonderful power of Lydla. B.
Plnkhnm's Vcffctablo Compound over
tho diseases of womankind is not be-
cause it is n Bttmulaut not because it
Is a palliatlvo but simply because it Is
tho most wonderful ton la nnd rccon
structor ovc discovered to net directly
upon tho rrcneratlvo organs positively
curing discaso nud restoring health and
visror. i
Marvelous cures nro reported from
nil parts of tho country by women who
havo been cured trained nurses who
havo witnessed cures nnd physicians
who havo recognised tho virtuo of
fydla 1J. Plnkhnm's Vcgotablo Com-
pound and nro fair enough to givo
credit whero it is duo.
If physicians dared to bo frank nnd
open hundreds of them would acknowl-
edge that they constantly prcscribo
Lydla E. Piukham's Vcgetnblo Com-
pound In sevcro cases of t emalo ills as
they know by esperienco it can bo ro-
lled upon to effect a euro. Tho follow-
ing letter proves It
I)r. 8. 0. Brlgham of 4 Brlgham
Park FitchVurg Mass. writes:
"It give mo (treat plcisuro to Fay that 1
linvo found Lydla U. riiiLhim's Vcgctnbla
Compound very clllcadous nnd often prc-
scrllm It In my practice for f cinnlo lUfllcuHlcs.
"Jly oldest daughter found It cry benefi-
cial forn female trouble somo timo ago mid my
youngest dnughtor is now taking it for a fe-
male weakness and is surely gaining In health
ond strength.
" I freely njvocato It ns n mostrcliablo spo-
ciflc in all diseases to which women nro sub-
ject and gh o it honest endorsement."
Women who aro troubled with pain-
ful or irregular periods bloatiug (or
flatulency) weakness of orgnns dis-
plnccmcntsimiammauonorulcornuon
can bo restored to perfect health nnd
strength by taking Lydla K. Pinklmm's
Vcgctoblo Compound. If ndvico is
needed writo to Mrs. Plnkham nt
Lynn Mnbs. Sho is daughter-in-law
of Lydla G. Pinkhatn nnd for twenty-
flvo years has been advising sick
women f rco of charge. No other living
person has had tho benefit of a
wider exporienco in treating femalo
ills. Sho has guided thousands to
health. Every suffering woman should
ask for nnd follow her udvico if sho
wants to bo strong und well.
A Positive
CURE FOR
Ely's Cream Balm
i oulcklv absorbed.
Cites Relief at Oner-
It cleanses sdothos
hcnls and protects
the diseased membrane. It enrcs Catarrh
nnd drivesoway aCold in tliollcadrpiicklv.
Bostorcs tho Senses of Tusto nnd Smell.
Pull slzo GOcts. nt Druggists or by mail;
Trial sizo 10 cts. by mall.
Ely Brothers CO warren Street Now York
1 HOLD UP!
and eojivSjrrfea-
JFJL POMMEL
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NDsOjUI StS.CK
.IIKC AIL
tSJP
WATERFROOFi
CLOTHING.
Bmadf cf Ihrbtstl
nuMililnbUckorytliovrl
y cAjtunlrclwd sold by
tdi4!ci4lfrjnt.eit
t i ite i r
r JlKMUltt I
3I0H OFTHE HSH1
ittMMtX A.JT5WIII CO . Q
m KSHKXP
BVITDH niBlls!
sV
Everybody would want to tell tho
truth if it did tho work better than n
lie.
The world Is full of sunshine other-
W1--0 the awning-maker would bo up
against It.
t
Lewis' Sinelo ninder cigar richest most
satisfying smoke on the market. Your
dealer or Lewis' Factory Peoria lil.
A girl always" expects a fellow to be
a spendthrift lover and an economical
husband.
Faith In a thing In knowing you
wouldn't havo it If you tried to reason
it out.
Garfield Tea it Nature's remedy for liver
and kidney diseaccs.
Thoro aro numeroua sure-thing con-
fidence games but matrimony Is tho
surest.
A man always talks louder when he
knows ho is wrong than wliqn ho real-
izes ho is fight.
If you wish beautiful clear white
rlothca use lied C'rota liall Illuc. Large 12
cz. package S cents.
Ono can't estlmuto tho nmount of
moral cotirago a man lias by his physl
cal dimensions.
Mro. Wlnstow" Bootlilnc; tSyrnp.
For children teething softens tho fruras rcauees trj
DamiuaUou allays pain cures wind cuUu 3M.4tK.tllu.
Experience may bo a great teacher
but a man's experlenco with a woman
doesn't teach him senso.
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i zpn re?---
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j lA2Sf?s?
Spfir
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Life-Weary Women
brought to despair through the suffering caused by female diseases should
take heart. There IS a cure for all your pain and misery. Mrs. John A.
Keeton of Cephas Va vrites: "Life was a burden to me for years. All
that my dear doctor did brought no relief. Cardul helped me more than
all the medicines I ever
took. Now 1 am well and
happy and have all the
pleasures of life before
me" It relieves pain and
regulates the functions.
SPOTLESS TOWN
This is tho Mayor of Spotlrss Town
Tho brightest man for miles around.
Tho shining light of wisdom can
Reflect from such n polished man.
And so ho says to high nnd low
"The brightest uso 0AP0LIO."
This brilliant man wallts up nnd down
Upon tho utreets of Spotless Town.
The glitter of his Bhlning star
Arrests attention from afar.
It lights tho beat and goes to show
That caught can beat SAPOLIO.
Tills is tho Maid of fair renown
Who scrubs tho floors of Spotless Town.
To find n cpeck when sho is through
Would take a pair of specs or two.
And her employment isn't slow
For eho employs SAFOLIO.
H m ' mm&
WHAT IS SAPOLIO ?
a
It in n solid handsomo cake of scouring eoapwhich has no equal for
all cloining purposen oxcop- tho laundry. To uso it is to valuo it
What will SAPOLIO doP Why it will cloan paint rnako oil cloths
bright and givo tho floors tables and eholvos ft new rvppoarnnce. It
will tako tho groaoo off tho dishes and off tho pots and pans. You
con scour tho knivos and forks with it and mako tho tin. things ahlno
brightly. Tho wneh-basin tho bath-tub oven tho grensy kitchen
.sink will bo as cloan as a now pin if you uao SAPOLIO. Ono cake
'will provo all wo oay. Bo a eonsible houcekceper and try it.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
MOTHER GRAY'S
SWEET PO WDERS
FOR CHILDREN
A Cutaln Cure for FeTerlata
sjonsllpntlnn. Ilea it "
Mtomucli Troubles 'I etbl
m.iivdftvi. and nnaCS-osr
xOTiuncusT.;
iurs In lull
flirn's llnmt.
Vow York city.;
Worm 'ihey Break sip Coldi
Inll Lours. Atall Druffirlsu. acts.
Hainplo malle.1 IrltUi:. Address
A. O. OLMSTED Le Roy N.Y.
That Delightful Aid to Health
m
Toilet Antiseptic
Whitens the teeth purifies
mouth and breath cures nasal
catarrh sore throat sore eyes
and by direct application cures
all inflamed ulcerated and
catarrhal conditions caused by
feminine ills.
Paxtinc possesses extraordinary
cleansing healing and germi-
cidal qualities unlike anything
else. At all druggists. 50 cents
LARGE TMAI PAC2ACE FEEE
The R. Paxtoa Co. Boston Mass.
WINE
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Tho Cook of Spotless Town you seo
Who takes tho cake as you'll agree
Sho holds It In her Angers now
It Isn't light but anyhow
'Twill brighten her domestic woo.
A cake of plain SArOLIO.
This is the butcher of Spotles! Town
Whose toola aro bright ns his renown
To leave them utained were Indiscreet
Tor folks would thon abstain ft om meat
And so ho brightens trade you know
By polishing: with SAPOLtO.
o
This lcan"K. J3. 1b Dr. Brown
Who fares but ill in. Spotless Town.
The town is so confounded clean'
It is no wonder ho is lean. u
He's lost all patients now you know
Bocauso they uae SAPOLIO.
DEFIANCE STARCH
estlest to work with and
sureties duties nicest
TWENTY-FIVE BUSHELS OF
WHEAT TO THE ACRE
means a pro-d-uctlvo
ca-
pacity in dol-
laro of over
SIG per acre.
This oa land which has cost the farmer noth-
ing but tho prlco of tllllns it. tells Its own
story
Tbo Canadian Government circs absolutely
frco to every beitlcr ICO acres of such land.
Lands adjoining can lie purchased at fvorn 0
to tie per aero from railroad and other corpor-
ations.. Already 1TJ.O0O farmers from tho United
Suite havo mado their homes lu Canada.
Tor pamphlet "Twentieth Century Canada"
and all Information apply to Supu of Immigra-
tion Ottawa Canada.or to following authorized
Canadian Covcrnment Agent-J. S Crawford
No. 125 W. Nlntfc Street Kansas City. Ml-ourU
(Mention this paper )
W N. U. WICHITA No. 18 1903
When Answering Advertisements
Kindly Mention Thlo Paper.
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