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A QUICK RECOVERY.
A Prominent Officer of tht Order of
Rsbtccaa writes to Thank Doan'a
Kidney Pills for It.
Mrs. 0. K. Bumgardner, a local ofll
cor of the Rebeccas, of Topeka, Kans.,
Room 10, 812 Kansas
Ave., writes: "I used
Doan'a Kldnoy Fills
during the past year,
for kldnoy trouble
and kindred ailments.
I was suffering from
pains In the back and
headaches, but found
Ster tho uso of one
box of the remedy
that tho troubles
so that before I had
finished a second
pack-ago I was well.
I, therefore, heartily
endorse your reme
dy." (Signed) Mrs.
C. E. Bumgardner.
A FREE .IHlALr Addresi Foster
Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For sale
by all dealers. Price, CO cts.
Money makes th" world go wrong,
The Murine Kyo Itcmodr Co., Chicago, send Homa
Ejo Hook tree. Writs tneui about your ojrei
A temperate llfo Is slow, but It's
"Dr. David KeBiieriy' Favorite Remedy
Gave mo prompt anil complolo relief from cl pj)Ma And
ver derangement." B.T.Trowbrldgo,llarlcuK.U,H.Y,
Some men's highest idea of good la
of evil Itself."
Mr. "Window's Hoothlnjr Byrap.
For children taetblnir, lofteua tho suras, reduce ta
lanmatton, allays pain, cures wind collu. 25c a bottle.
The man always in a nurry se'.dom
Piso's Cure is tho best medicine we ever used
for all affections or tho throat and luns. Wm.
O. Endslky, Vanburen, Ind., Feb. 10, 1900.
The Arkansas Notion.
', "Eh-Yah!" drawled Mr. Plunk Jar
lick, a prominent but moss-grown citi
zen of the great commonwealth of
Arkansas. "Wife trains the children
up in tho way they should go, when
she ain't got nothln' else to do; but
- .I'm yor to say that it takes about all
the time of a tollablo smart man to
complete the edjercation of a good
thuntlu' dog." Puck.
It Is a man's consciousness of a
weakness, not tho weakness itself,
which makes it conspicuous.
Superior quality and extra quantity
must win. This is why Deflanco
Starch is taking tho placo of all
Has to Be Cited.
' . "Possibly thero is something on
earth that is a euror and quicker cure
for cuts, burns', aches, pains, and
bruises than Hunt's Lightning Oil.
If so, 1 would like to bo cited. For
twenty years I have been unable to
find anything better myself."
H. H. Ward,
25c and 50c bottles.
8avages First to Use Mortar.
Mortar was mado by tho people of
Tahiti when our ancestors wero shiv
ering in holes in the rocks. They
dived into the sea, brought up great
lumps of coral, burned them in pits,
using wood as fuel, and mixed the
lime they got in this fashion with
sharp sand and water. With this mix
turo the ingenious savage plastered
tho walls and floor of his house, and
a better mortar could not bo obtained.
Those Who Have Tried It
will use no other. Defiance Cold Wa
ter Starch has no equal in Quantity
Dr Quality 1G oz. for 10 cents. Other
brands contain only 12 oz.
London 8uburbs Filling Up.
It was estimated recently that Lon
don suburbs were spreading and fin
ing so fast that as many as 900,0000
people settled in them, in new houaci,
in five years.
There Is no wealth but llfo life,
' Including all its powers of lovo, ot
Joy, and or admiration. That country
is tho richest which nourishes the
greatest number of noble and happy
human beings; that muu is richest
who, having perfected tho functions of
vhls own life to tho utmost, has also
the widest helpful influenco, both per
sonal and by means of his possessions
over tho lives of others. John Ruskin.
The First Knife.
The first knife was, of course, a flint
flake and the earliest spoon a shell,
to which primitive man learned In the
course of ages to fasten a handle of
wood, says London Answers.
Trlcyclist of Eighty-Two.
Dr. Harris, who is 82 years old, has
undertaken, tc ride a tricyclo from
London to Edinburgh and back, re
fraining from meat, tobacco and spir
ituous liquors during tho journoy.
Allcn'c Foot-Ease, Wonderful Remedy.
"Havo tried ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE, and
ilnd it to bo a certain euro, and gives com
fort to ono suffering with soro, tender nnd
swollon fcot. I will rocoramend ALLEN'S
FOOT-EASE to my friends, as it i3
certainly a wondorful remedy. Mrs. N.
II. Guilford, Now Orleans, La."
Undertaker's Thank Offering.
Tho bishop of London ha3 received
a subscription of $25 from an under
taker who described tho gift as a
thank offering "because trade has
been so brisk of late."
Insist on Getting It
Some grocers say they don't keep
Defiance Starch because they have a
stock on hand of 12 oz. brands, which
they know cannot be sold to a cus
tomer who has onco used the 10 oz.
pkg. Defianco Starch for same money.
AVegelable PrcpnralionFbr As
Ung thcStoiDbxhs ondDowela of
ness andltest.Contains neither
Opium.Morphiuc nor Mineral.
Not Narc otic .
Apcrfecl Remedy for Cons llpa
Tlon, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Kcverish
ncss and Loss of Sleep.
roc Simile Signature of
For Infanta and Children.
the Kind You Have
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XACT COPY 0 WRAPPER.
TMI MMTMin OMMNY. NfW TORS OITT.
GOLD, SILVEi, NICKtL AND COPPER PUIING
WAND & SON, OKLAHOMA CITY:
JtyoalThompion't Eyi Watir
W.N.U. Oklahoma City, No. 39, 1904
When writing advertisers, Kindly
mention this paper.
What Is the Cause of the Rapid Falling Off
of Man's Existence?
Adam lived 030 years Noah died aged 050. For fourteen centuries man lived on vegetables nnd there was no decrease
in the years-of life. From tho time of tho Flood to the time of Moses, about eight centuries, llesh eating existed nnd
there was a decrease of 800 years in the longevity of man. Is not the rapid falling oil of man's oxihtenco traceable- directly
to meat eating? The foods for a long life are those that come from Mother Earth vegetables, fruits, mm to and cereals.
D PRICE S
WHEAT FLAKE CELERY
is made from Wheat Nature's food for man.
Palatable Nutritious Easy af Oigattion and Rudy to Eat
Dr. Price, tho creator of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder a id Delicious Flavoring Extracts.
A cook book contalnins 70 excellent receipts for using the Food mailed free to any address.
Pripand by PRICE CEREAL FOOD CO.. Faod Mills, BATTLE CREEK, MICH., Main Officii, CHICAGO.
To our, or money refunded by your merchant, so why not try it? Price 50c.