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THE K. C 0. ALMANAC FOR 1901
Ttaa KasJaaa City Southern Railway"!
'Almanac for 1803 la now ready for dis
tribution. Farmers, stock-ralsars,
fruit-growers, truck gardeners, manu
facturers, merchanta and o to era seek
ing ft new field of action or ft new
horn at the vary lowest prices, ran ob
tain reliable Information concerning
Southwestern Missouri, the Cherokee
and Choctaw Nations In the Indian
Territory, Western Arkansas, Eastern
Texas, Northwestern Louisiana and the
Coast country, and or the bualneas op
portunities offered therein.
Write for a copy of the K. C. 8. Al
inanac and address, 8. Q. Warner, O.
P. K. C. a Ry Kansas City, Mo.
The apothecary actually rejoices In
Che fact that most of his wares are ft
drug on the market.
Put your fin
ger on our
trade mark. Tell your
dealer you want the best
starch your money can buy.
Insist on having the best.'
It Is 16 ounces (or to cents;
No premiums, but one
pound of the very best
starch made. We put all
our money In the starch.
It needs no cooking.
It Is absolutely pure.,
It gives satisfaction or
TOOTH POWDER -
Then no Beauty
that can atsud the duvnenrementof had
tMih. Take caro.Ot your teelli. Duly
Btnd-blintled sufferers who haft Hot
heard of the efficacy of
horrid know that this reliable Palve Is
in constant demand wherever the com-
Iplfitnt is prevalent. .
."STRAIGHT 4 CIGAR
Tour Jobber or Street frum Factory, Peoria, 1U
P-jTHE DEFIANCE STARCH COV
Omaha. Neb. Mr
' lr Cooling as a '
oL lA shower on a hot day T
W Hires A
If SoM everywhere or hr mall jfc I V.I
V for2ft-nia. A parkima W n
makes Ave calluua. jV. 1
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A Farm All Your Own!
There ex re at present eiceptlorte.1 opportunities for
homeseekere in the Greet Southweet sxnd California.
Low-rate round-trip homeseekers' and one-way settlers'
tickets, first and third Tuesdays each month, over the Santa
Fe to Kansas, Colorado, Hew Mexico, Arizona, Oklahoma
Very low round-trip excursion rates to California in July and
Write and tall as where you think of false. We erill eend too. land literature and
Information about food (arm landa at lew price. Valuaa la certaia portion of the
6outhet aura to advance. Wa will tell yea about It
COH'T STOP TOBICCO SUDDENLY - g jjjg": jST
fl tba he bit ot aaaoainf aad chewina I reduaUr. Three beiea tuaranieed to cure lea want oaae or aioaai
far . Will iwhud rem areata, ImproM rear health and I inrrawe rour wetibi. At drufl,t al
Watti-leeus. t2.nO. EUREKA CHEMICAL C6M La Croaa, Wle,
IN EVERY WALK OF LIFB.J
of life have
the back be
gins to ache.
appears. Read this
and learn how It ran be done.
A. A. Boyce, ft farmer living three
and ft half miles from Trenton, Mo.,
says: "A severe cold settled In my
kidneys and developed so quickly that
I was obliged to lay off work on ac
count of the aching In my back and
aides. For ft time I wss unable to
walk at all, and every makeshift I
tried and all the medicine I took had
not the slightest effect. My bark con
tinued to grow weaker until I was un
lit for anything. Mrs. Boyce noticed
Doan's Kidney Pills advertised as a
sure cure for just such conditions, and
one day when In Trenton she brought
a bos home from Chas. A. Foster's
drug store. I followed the directions
carefully when taking them and I must
say I was more than surprised and
much more gratified to notice the
backache disappearing gradually, until
if finally stopped."
A FREE TRIAL of this great kidney
medicine which cured Mr. Boyce will
be mailed on application to any part
of the United States. Address Foster-
MUburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For sale
by all druggists, price BO cents pur box.
South Sea Elephant.
A Southern aea elephant captured
by a whaling vessel on an Island In the
Antarctic circle, has been received by
the National Museum at Washington.
It is an amphibian with but the sug
gestion of a trunk, which has no
ALTON RESUMES FAST ST. LOUIS
Passengers destined to St. Louie
and points east should go via the Knn-
City gateway, thereby securing
the advantage of the Chicago ft Alton's
fast nlsht train, leaving Kansas City
at t p. m.. arriving In St. Louts at 7:08
a. m. Chair cars free or extra charge,
CompartP'ent sleeping cars. The Al
ton keeps theU light a'shlnlng just
ftheau of the rest. Write to L. D.
Cooper, Traveling Passenger Agent,
Chicago & Alton Hallway, Kansas City,
Mo., for lowest rates.
It's the black sheep of the family
that often masquerades as spring
Don't you know that Defiance
Starch besides being absolutely supe
rior to any other, Is put up 16 ounces
In package and sells at same price
as 12-ounce packages ot other kinds?
Don't Judge people by their clothes
unless you see the family wash out on
Hall's Catarrh Cure
Is a coustitutionat cure. Trice, 75c.
Some Judges Inilnlfi In epigrams and
others to long sentences.
I am sure Plao's Cure for Consumption ssred
my lite three years aca-Mra. Twos. RoBBiaft
Maple Barest, Nerwiefe. KYm. II. IW
A woman's Idea of a miser Is a man
who refuses to pay her a compliment.
FITS Perm. n.titlyC urwl. n or iK-msnnna arret
Srst d.y' uk of lr. Kline'. orral Nrrve Krutorwr.
Band fur FKKK S.00 trial huttl, and traallaa,
a. tl. lUus, LM.,al Area 8k, I fcllaulilua, fa.
Women go flirting in the came spir
it that men go fishing.
DON'T SPOIL VOTJR CLOTHES.
TJse Red Cross Rail Hlua and keep tbero
white as snow. AU grocers, be. a package.
Every man has his traits for which
the lawyer Is thankful.
Storekeepers report that the extra
quantity, together with the superior
quality of Defiance Starch makes it
nest to Impossible to sell any other
Nothing bores the optimist like th
history ot other people's troubles.
will have Defiance Starch, not alone
because they get one-third more for
the same money, but also because ol
Hard work Is the best sort of physt
SAVED BY BRIGHT REPLY. I
new Smart Midshipman ,Qt Hlmsel
Out ef 8crape.
On board ft man-of-war bound tl
San Francisco from China was l
woung midshipman named Walters i
He was a favorite with the officers I
and bad In htm the talent for making
ft fine officer. The midshipmen ot
board stood their watch forward, and
every hour It was their duty to com
aft and write up the weather colurani
of the ship's log, showing the reading!
of the barometer and thermometei
and to heave the ship's leg to ascer
tain ber speed.
The captain, In company with th
officer of the deck, was walking th
weather aide of the deck converslni
when Midshipman Walters came afi
to write up the log. The barometer, I
mercurial one, was hung in the cap
tain's cabin, and Walters, after havlni
read It, helped himself liberally to th
captain's sherry on the cabin side
board. In walking tho deck the cap
tain happened to glance down th
cabin skylight and saw the midship
man's proceedings. When Walteri
came up on deck to heave the log thi
captain addressed him as follows:
"How Is the barometer, sir?"
Walters saluted and said: "Stead
Ily rising, sir; steadily rising."
The captain then aBkcd: "And ho
la the decanter, sir?"
Walters was taken aback, but wltt
ft steady voice replied: "Steadllj
falling, sir; steadily falling."
This reply was too much for thi
captain, and, bursting out laughing. h
said: "Young man, your bright re pi 5
has saved you from punishment; but
it is a long way to Frisco, so hereat
ter I beg of you not to consult the dc
canter as often as you do the baron)
TROUBLES OF A RACONTEUR.
Always Some Eyewitness to Spol
The late John T. Crisp was a par
tlclpant in the battle of Westport. He
liked to describe tho engagement from
his point of view, and he never falleo
to Interest his auditors. A few yean
ago, while seated at a "round table"
In a downtown cafe, he gave, accord
ing to a friend, freo vent to his won
derful imagination, in the presence of
Richard Gentry and others who were
at the scene of battle at the time It
raged the fiercest.
The colonel told of the way his com-
pany had charged the enemy, of how
the Federalists were put to flight, ana
of how he himself had been In the
forefront of the bloody battle.
Gentry, who was a member ol
Crisp's company, finally Interrupted a
beautiful piece of word painting about
the horrors of war by saying: "Now,
colonel, you know you ran like on
that day. I was running with you and
you kept ahead of me until wo were
out of range ot the Union guns. Yes
sir, you ran, sir; by gad, sir, you re
treated, sir, and I retreated with you."
Col. Crisp, so the story goes, calm
ly looked at Gentry for a moment and
then, In his most explosive manner,
"I never told a good story In my lift
that some blanket! eyewitness did not
Jump up and spoil it." Kantaa Clt
Kipling to His Comrade-Poets.
it the lover sing of his liuly
That Is pttrt of Gml Mix lnn.
lt the ijentle sing na h! fuvlt-th
That also la limi to mitt).
Rut for you, my comrades, I or. lor
We "hull question from ami to stnr:
"We ahull pnlnt tho lltlng bh we m-a It
Fur tha God of things an they are."
When we otrlko we shall strike with fire,
When we bices we ahull blrss with Joy
witn the lire Mint Oul lie lent us.
With the glutlnos unknowing alloy.
Yet even ns each knoweth his i-skm-aa,
We ahall flrestrlke only to bt-aa;
And even as each knowelh his aorrow,
We shall gladden that aorrow be leas
Thla have wa sworn, my contraries.
Wherever we aratter or shift
My wild, R-entle, trtie-henrtml i-iunrnoYe,
l-ar comrades, forever adrift.
And when our lAird Ood He shnll call ut
To answer the orders He made.
We ahull fall Into rank ami salute Him
"Like gentlemen unafraid."
T. K Watson In l'lttabura; Onsette.
House of Lords Membership.
The British house of lords has long
since ceased to be a strictly heredl
tary body. Over 200 of Its COO mem
bers owe their presence to other
causes than descent. Quite a number
of the hereditary lords are debarred
from voting by the fart that they are
either minors, undischarged bank
rupts or inmates of lunatic asylums.
The non-hereditary lords comprise the
archbishops and bishops of the Church
of England and those who have been
created peers by Queen Victoria am'
King Edward for special services ren
dered to the crown.
"One More Day!"
I. . ...afful . t. . ml.... . I!f. .
. i.nv .......... ...
I Why should I drain the icIaasT
I have seen the Inula unfold
; In their setting of dewy t--rnas.
Why watrh the Mowers droop?
Why watt till the uraxa ,(,.,) f
hat more has nr to oner
When youth and Joy huvo MedT
Yet the coward aoul, In fear.
Will shrink from the lierkonlng hand
Or the boatman's whlapered word
As ever he walls on the strand;
It will drain the bitter drn,
It will watch the flower decay;
For a ruined life la still a life
God (rrant ua one more tluy!
Katinle liASuer Knapp In Chicago Int
In Jail for Sneszlng.
As one ot the good, kind ladles was
walking along the tier after the
thurch was over, saying kind words
to the unfortunate sons of Adam, she
stopped In front of cell 602 on the
sixth floor. She said: "My good, kind
nan, what In the world ever put you
In hereT" He said, "Sneezing." She
aid, "My goodness! How In the
world could they put you In here for
meeting ?" He said, "1 woke the
lews Parma 4 far Acre Caen.
M op till paid. MULtt ALL. Sloas Cltf,Ia
, The Three Healthiest States.
The yearly number of deaths per
thousand of population In Idaho Is
6.82; In Oregon, 8.76; In Washington,
9.68. Compare these flgurea with the
death rate In New York, which is
16.ES. and with Massachusetts, which
Is 19.16 both being typical eastern
states with a low death rate and It
will be seen that they are the most
bealthy states In the Union.
Exempt from Plague.
A few years ago It would have
seemed absurd to promise that the
great commercial ports ot the world
could be made absolutely free from
danger of tnvaslan by such epidemics
scourges as cholera and plague, but a
careful investigation of the elements
of danger and ft rigid enforcement
of quarantine regulations have made
ftll our cities exempt from iufectlon.
In California they raise asparagus tn
largo lots. On one ot the reclaimed
Bon It! in Islands there Is a farm ot
1.0(10 acres devotod exrluslvplv to the
grow ing of this vegetable, the crops of
which are large enough to supply one
A Cure for Dropsy.
Pedgwlck, Ark., June 22d. Mr. W.
8. Taylor of this place says:
"My little boy had Dropsy. Two
doctors the best In this part of tne
country told me he would never get
bettor, and to have seen him anyone
else would have said they were right.
His feet and limbs were swollen so
that he could not walk nor put on hla
"Wnon the doctors told me he would
surely die, I stopped giving him their
medicine and began giving nlra
DooM's Klduey Tills. I gave htm
three pills ft day and at the end of
eight days the swelling was all gone,
but as 1 wanted to be sure. I kept on
with the pills for some time, gradu
ally reducing the quantity, till finally
1 stopped altogether.
"Dodd'a Kidney 1M lis certainly saved
my child's life. Before using them he
was a helpless Invalid In his mother's
arms from morning ttll night. Now
he is a healthy, happy child, running
and dancing and singing. I can never
express our gratitude.
"Dodd'a Kidney l'ills entirely cured
Or boy after everybody, doctors and
ftll, had given him up to die."
New Submarine Boat.
The Trotector differs chiefly from
the Holland and other types of sub
marine boats In being ablo to run
along on wheels upon tho floor of the
ocean. Vravellng on the bottom Is
declared to be the most pimple, safe
and reliable method known to under
water navigation. There are two
wheels fitted to the keel one In ad
vance of the other. They are three
feet In diamter, with clnelucn face.
Meats by Electricity.
Automatic bars have become so
succesbful In Switzerland that a com
pany bus been formed to supply the
Swiss nnd their visitors with eloctrlo
automatic restaurants where, as of
by magic meals, raiding fro' ,he
modest chop and chips to the elabo
rate six-course table d'hote, will be
aurved by electricity to all comers.
The fluctuations of the lipht of Nova
Gemlnorum Is often as much as half a
magnitude In twenty four hours, like
that of Nova IVrsul No. 2.
Triumphs for Japanese Florists.
Japanese florists have succeeded In
cultivating a rose whirh looks red In
the sunlight snd white In the shade.
Heating Surface of Boiler.
The beating surface of the boiler of
a modern locomotive Is euiuil to a
surface 60ft long by 47ft wide.
How to Feed Nervous Csses.
Hysteria sometimes leads to Insanity
and should be treuted through feeding
the brain and nerves upon scientific
ally selected food that restores the
lost delicate gray matter. Proof of the
power of the brain .'ood Grape Nuts is
"About eight yea. ago when work
ing very hard as a court stenographer
1 collapsed physically and then nerv
ously and was taken to the State Hos
pital for the Insane at Llucolu, Nub., a
"They had to keep me In a strait
Jacket, ami I was kept In the worst
ward for three months. I was finally
dismissed in tho following May, but
did no brain work for yearn until Inst
fll. when I wail persuaded to take the
testimony In two rases. Ono of theso
was a in ur dor case, and the strain
upon my nervous system was so groat
that I would have broken down again
except for the strength 1 had build up
by the use of OrapoNuts. When 1
began to fool the pressure, of the work
on my brain and nerves I simply In
creased the amount of Crape Nuti,
and used the food mora regularly.
"I now feel like my old self again
and am healthy and happy. I am sure
that If I had known of Grape-Nuts
when I had my trouhlu eiht years ario
I would never have col in peed and this
dark spot in my life would nnver have
happened. Grape-Nuts' power as a
brain food Is simply wonderful, and I
do not believe any stomach Is so weak
that It cannot digest this wonderful
food. I feel a delicacy about having
my name appear In public, bit if you
think it would help any poor sufferer
you can use It." Name given by 1'os
lum Co., Battle Creek, Mich.
There are desserts and desserts. The
delicious, health giving kind are told
about in the little recipe book lod
Ja sack package of Qrmpe-Nule,
And She Hadn't a Word to Say.
"Wasn't It disgraceful how every
one sat with head erect and eyes
looking forward while the minister
said grace?" Thereupon when some
one Innocently asked the indignant
maid how ahe happened to be so
well posted about the behavior of
the other diners, she hadn't a word to
Dealers say that as soon at a cus
tomer tries Defiance Starch It is im
possible to sell them any other cold
water starch. It caa be used cold
Illiterates In Britain.
In the election of there were
Id England and Wales 46.1011 Illiter
ates; In Scotland, 4.577; in Ireland,
84.91!). At the 1S95 elections the
figures were: Illiterates In England,
rs..rL'l; Scotland, 4,002; Ireland, 40,
317. fltopx trie 4'oiikIi nnl
Wnrki I Irl' tin. I '.l,l
Laxative BrouioJuiuiiie Tablets. l'r!c3Bo.
To Enter the Transvaal.
The number of Americans who may
enter the Transvaal or Orange river
colony Is limited to fifty a month, and
each must have a permit, tho blank
application for which can bo had of
any British runt-itl. Anil, too, an affi
davit fnust be made that the appli
cant has sufficient means to support
himself and family after arriving.
Hundreds of dealers say the extra
quantity and superior quality of He
fiance Starch Is fast taking place of
all other brands. Others say they
cannot sell any other starch.
Many a nun has gone to the bad
through the efforts to be regarded as
a good fellow.
re the leit That's why they Imy Pad
vroaeuau uiue ai leauiug grot-era. o eeuta.
A man likt-s to coll on female Intel
lect but to live wiih female lutein
genre. BLOOD HUMOURS
Skin Humours, Scalp Humours,
Wbether Simple Scrofulous or
Speedily Cured by Cuticura
Soap, Ointment and Pills.
Complete External and Internal
Treatment, One Dollar.
In the treatment of tortnrlnu, dls
flcurlni!, Helling, scnly, crusted, pimply,
blotchy and scrofulous humours of tho
skin, scalp ami Mood, with loss of hair,
Cutlrtir.i Snap, Ointment and Mils hsvo
been wonderfully successful. Even the
most obstinate of constitutional hu
mours, such as hail hi I, scrofula, in
herited and imiHL'ioiis humours, with
loxa of lour, glandular ew lllnus. ulcer
ous patches In thu throat and nuuitli,
sure eyes, ropper-colotiied blotches, a
Well aa lolls, carbuncles, scurvy, slies,
Ulcers and son s arising from an Im
pure or linMiverlshed condition of the,
blood, yield to the ( utlcura 1 riutmcut,
When all other remedies fall.
And printer still. If possihln, l the
wonderful record of cures of torturing,
disfiguring humours suionir Infants and
children. The sunVrlnif whleh ( utlcura
XeniPtlles have alleviated amotiK Ujo
young, and the comfort they have af
forded worn-oiil and worried parents,
have led to their adoption In counties
homes as priceless curative for tho
Skin and blood. Infantile and birth hu
mours, milk rrnst, st alled head, ecienia,
rashes and every form of itrhlnu, scaly,
pimply skin and sialp humours, with
loss of hair, of Infancy nnd childhood,
are speedily, permanently and economi
cally cured when all other remedies
suitable for children, and even the best
SnUtknswhaslUKVtifia Calla ftMntvnt. la, (la
SM ClMtiMM, I ! Fill. SV Hf M Of a I. IMnft
aMSI, Mr . uap Mo lMeoto' lsiao IT rhrMrhMa
Is i rVO. Sm u rua , sm. i clsa.aa ,e
tsef jVaa a Ckaa 0- , a-M !.
SsraaMlaaf na ttrMt Meawaj Cata
An Ideal Woman's Medicine,
So says Mrs. Josic Irwin, ol
325 So. College St., Nashville,
Tcnn., of Lytlia E. Pinkham's
Never In the history of medicine has
Hie dciti.iml for one put tictilar remedy
for fi'tuale (lisi-nHcs I'liuBllcd that tit
t.iin.'.l lv I. villi I'. riilUli.im's
Y'U'tnll t otnpoiliMl, nnd never
thiritiu' the lifetime of tlitn wonderful
medicine tins the demand for it bceu
so i-reiit as it i to-duv.
From the Atlantic to the Pacific,
anil throughout the length nml breadth,
of this (-ri'.'it continent come the glatl
tidings of woman's illTerine;s relieved
I'V it, ami thousands upon thousand
of letters are pouring in from grateful
women niytn that it will and poid
tively does cure the worat forms of
Mrs. lMiikliuni Invites nil wo.
men who lire ii.7.ImI about
tlicir lioultli to write liernt Lynn,
Muos., for ml vice. Suoli t-orre-sponilcnce
N soon by women ool'
unit no charge Is made.
Nine out of ten women are nervous suffer
ing in silence. Sick headacho is one of the
first symptoms things ko ou from bad to
worse until utter collapse.
Ilon't iltilay if you have frequent head
aches that I a sure indication your slom.-uh
is wroni. Indigestion, tlvss"ia, constipa
tion, liver and kidney troubles soon follow.
will quiclily seek out snd correct stomach
complications headache disappear, your
attite is good, tuiiesliiiig sleep is induced.
Dr. Caldwell's Svrup 1'epsin is very
pleasant to take, nnd is sold by all dm
gisls 50c and $1 bottles.
SENT rRr.E. Iiinl Lottie nn,
tflhutila I'uiik nil htoiiiHi h Ooui'lt't.
PEPSIN SYRUP COMPANY,
( MttrstiMihg nun sU.ru uu Uian any oilur UUtrlcl
' Tbt Or tii try of tbt World " ' Tht Land of lun
hint.'' Iho Natural titling Orounrfa for loo he
AroanttiWr arop in lBvi . . . 1 , M7, 3.W ieti
AiHimlttKO of Writer ; Fiml
ristniUut. UuMlng llaorla.
Cftrap. 110(1 UiaYM fr iittr
ami day; a Ortl;a oull; a tutn
elttul laihfall aifl a cllmolf U
an ansurnl atitl aJe4uatt
rantiil of gruwiti.
HOMESTEAD LANDS OF 160 ACRES FREE.
tho nif rharita for whit h to 10 for mahlnii rntry.
1 loan tit t hurrliat, hi h xiio mtr. Kallwsiyt Imp all
rlt oi ttlktrlrio hoiirl fitr Alloa antt olhrr tllorstluto)
to rtiiOf lnii1fiit of Immlgratl'in, Ottawa, t'anaita.
or to J. f i rawfiinl. Wi wiuui it.. Kaitoao C ity, M.,
tho O'lttmriifMl t'anadlan iiitmmont Atioiti, vim
will ouppiy ym witb cortlOcala gitlnf ou rrJucoJ
railway ratoa. ate.
FREE TO WOMEN!
lnckuir. citiuiri to run
vine' iinroitt' if Ita vnlu,
VS tntii n all over the muittrf
arc iralifi. I'uKttnrfor whhl
it in" tl-'in in laltrral
mrnt of frnmlo Ilia, runnff
All InnHmmniton an.) i)iM'hniTt, winiit-rfii) 4
ott-anliikr TuUitil tloih tic, ftr orc thriott. nuvu.
raitu rh. tnontli w:it hihI lo r nunc tfirthf
anl whlti-n the ir. ih. S ii-l ltNiuy, a t-sial tiJ
KhI l Iit rtni i(tli or ant pnttpnM hy na, ftO
eul. larga Im fctiaf.tliii f iitriitr(ts
IUK M. .'AVION .. Iloatuu, Alati,
14 Culamliua Aye
ARREST IT-S50 REWARD
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WANTED - AGENTS ItTlJVZl
aa-f-M con mkr 0 00 p r ii.r'iii um
pfr"it. i-. -. iff f"r h tc - 1 41 aa
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