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These two words emphasize a neces
sity and indicate a remedy.
Stescra the season when, the blood is
most impure as a result of the trin
tera closer confiinement, higher lir
ing, slower action of the kidneys
and liver; when humors of all kinds,
boils, pimples and eruptions are
most liable to appear; when the
weak, languid condition of the whole
( bodily structure demands and wel
Xedicctk that to which the millions
torn at this season Hood's Sarsapa
rilla. The original and only prep
aration especially adapted to the
' present needs of the human family;
that which makes the blood pure and
dean, as shown by its thousands of
wonderful cures of dreadful blood
diseases; creates an appetite and
cures dyspepsia, as shown by its
"magic touch" in all stomach trou
bles; steadies and strengthens the
nerves, as proved by people for
merly nervous, now calm and self
possessed, thanks to
America's Greatest Medicine,
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Jleatioa This Paper.
Didn't Uaa Blam,
ponsonby "No, I don't have to
live by my wits exactly, or else 1
should have "
Ella "Died in infancy."
Pointless conversation bores quick
est. It is hard to get along with a balky
Beauty is hardly skin deep on some
When a newspaper wants ""a pretty
picture of some women getting rescued
from a fire at night it always gets one
. of the artists who isn't married.
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Only those who have been relieved
of gTeat suffering; can folly appreciate
the gratitude with which the testi
monials overflow written in favor of
Hood's Sarsaparilla, Just read this:
"C. 1 Hood & Co., Lowell, Has.:
"Gentlemen: "My first experience with
Hood's Sarsaparilla was when I used it as
a tonic and spring medicine. It did me so
much good my faith in its merits became
because it cures when all others fail.
Ever woman would be happy if she
could get feet to fit her shoes.
Every dog has his day but the club
man has his nights.
"When a man gets the ague it soon
gives him the shake.
Notice to those who have babies
named after them: mothers refuse to
be grateful this year tor a baby buggy
that hasn't rubber tires.
After a woman passes a certain age,
attempts to renew her youth by curl
ing and powdering often result in a
suggestion of immorality.
In insuring against hail see last
year's record of the company that so
licits you. If its expenses were as
much as losses paid, have nothing to
do with it.
The young college man who makes
his hair look fluffy and looks sternly
at the audience gathered to see him
graduate, thinks he has solved the
problem of life.
The first two weeks that a man is
idle he can fool is friends by saying
that he is taking a needed rest, but at
the end of that time they begin to sus
pect that he lost his job.
ST. JACOBS OIL
FOR 30 DAYS MORE YOU
Rheumatism, La Grippe.
In Better Health Than for the
Dm C.Uw Vaa
Trade Mark. I HsBl I II I J I VIII 9l
Swanson Rheumatic Core Co., Chicago. Dear Sirs: It is Just about one year ago when X
first commenced using your "5 DROPS" (or Kervous Rheumatism, Catarrh In the head and
Bronchitis. I was so bad that I could not eat at all. In bed or anywhere else: my Nerves were
all in a quiver, and my Liver andKIdneys were all out of order: in fact, I was so bad that I had
to raise up In bed from five to twelve times in one night to get my breath and to keep from
choking, bat to-day I aaa keartier mad la better health, than I have beea for the past fifty
years. Others are using it here with wonderful results and still more calling for it.
Yours truly, GEORGE YEAGER, Portland, Ind., Feb. 17 IS9S.
IT IS THE BEST RHEUMATIC MEDICINE ON EARTH.
Swansea Rheumatic Core Co.. Chicago. Gentlemen. I recerred the order all right, for which I teal
yean. I have ued all kind of medicines, hat have
imiih. lunniuiumriuB j unurs, uauaniDiDr eTerr esr bstcb'i reus ae well zor lea
watt "3 UKUn" aaa. oar tage-drlTer brings my medicine to me from Sharon, and he brings It Tery,
carefully, for he thlaka there la bo medlclae oa earth Ilka 5 DROPS. He Is using It for
Rheumatism : he hss only used It for three weeks and It has done wonders for him. Be couldn't harness hH
horses without sitting down a number of times, and it has stopped an the pala In his limbs.
MRS. GEO. H. BO WELL, Strafford. Vermont, Feb. IS, 1S9S.
S DROPS " eu-es Kheaaiat toaiciattcajf earalghDj aaepala. Backache. Astasia. Bar
Fever. Catarrh, Sleeplessness, Xerveasaeas, JierroHi aad A'earaleic Headaches. Earache,
Toothache, Heart eakaeaa, Croap, aweUiag, la Grippe, Malaria. Creeping Miuabaeaa.
FAR THIRTY MVC I AMCFR toaaablesaa-stwato cire DROPS" at least a trial, wa wfll send a
mil IHIM I HAiO LUHDuI sample bottle, prepaid by asaO, for 6 cent. A sample bottle wi:i coa
tace you. Also, large bottles (38 doses) S1.S0, 3 bottles foraue. Kot sold by druggists, only by us and
ear agent. Aarents wanted la new territory Write as to-day.
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You know your bicycle is all that is claimed for it
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very strong. Abort two years later I had
a running sore on my foot. It developed
iatorysipala and affected the entire
limb. At that time I was
Vary Much Run Down,
as I had been troubled with dyspepsia.
The drain on my system was so severe and
my stomach was so weak I became a ready
victim of malaria. I feared I could never
regain my health. My stomach rebelled
at the simplest food, and the medicines
prescribed for me gave but little relief. I
seat for a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla,
and I had taken this medicine bat three
days wheal began to improve. Continu
ing with it, I am now better and stronger
than I ever expected to be. It has purified
my blood and given good circulation. I
have had no return of my old troubles
sin-e." Mas. W. Kiss, Media, Fa.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is
The Medicine For You
Because of what it has done for others;
because yon ought this spring to take
that which will do yon the most good.
Be sure to get Hood's.
It is better to be fired by the divine
spark of love than the the girl's fath
er. If a goat had to eat at the average
boarding house it would soon commit
The woman who is proof against
flattery has the whole world at her
Sailors say that the bounding bil
lows are apt to be found at the three
Common sense is undoubtedly a good
thing in its way, but it has broken
very few records.
About the best thing you can say
about a man is that he works as well
alone as when watched.
Beauty la Blood Deep.
Clean blood means a. clean skin. No
beauty without it. C.iscarets, Candy Cathar-,
tic cleans your blood and keeps it clean, by
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im
purities from the body. Begin to-day to
banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by tak
ing Cascarats, be mty for ten cents. All
druggists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c,
There are several men in this world
who pretend to be practicing law who
are really practicing deviltry.
A woman thinks it's great fun to lie
back in a barber's chair and get shaved
but she hasn't the face to try it.
The world seems a narrow place
when we try to avoid an enemy, but
wide and vast when looking for a
CAN TRY IT FOR 23 CENTS.
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established by 21 years of
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March 25. The stirring s:encs of the
Tlfty-flrst congress, when members of the
atlaorlty were charging down the atales
protesting against the rulings of Speaker
Reed, were recalled to-day la the tarbalent
protests made by the minorltr against
rulings of the chair daring 'the con
sideration of the naval appropriation
bill. ,The ruling in effect compelled
members to online their remarks,
under the five minute rule, to the subject
before the hou-e, and was made against Mr.
Hartman, silver Republican, of Moutana,
who attempted to make a political speech.
The ruling was denounced as a usurpation,
and appeal af .er appsal was.taken. When
all else failed, every expedient was resetted
to to block progress of the bilL As a result
but four pages were disposed ot
March 2V The naval appropriation bill
wastaennp in the House, and after con
siderable difficulty an arrangement was
made to close general debate at 1 o'clock
tomorrow. There was great pressure for
time, but the leaders desired to limit, as
far as possible, the opportunity for
inflammatory utterances. The debate
to-day was not oa sensational lines, but
every radical expression was cheered to
the echo by the crowded galleries. The
speeches of Messrs. Dayton of West Vir
ginia and Arnold of Pcnnsylvaaix both of
whom took advanced positions in favor of
aggressive act! n to stop the war in Cuba,
aroused intense enthusiasm. Messrs. Bcu
telle, chairman of the naval commlttecand
Meyer, Democrat, of Louisiana, also a
member of the committee, confined their
remarks close y to the bill and the extra
ordinary emergency which necessitated the
large increase it carried. Several of the
other speakers discussed political ques
tions. The Senate passed these bills: For the
protec.lon of songbirds, providing that the
importation into the United States ot birds,
feathers or parts ot birds for ornamental
purposes be prohibited, and prohibiting the
transportation or sale of such articles in
any territory of the United States or in the
District if Columbia: toextend for one year
the time of beginning the construction of
a bridge across the Missouri river at St.
Charles, Ma: to place Lieutenant Colonel
Alexander Stewart Webb on the retired list
of the army and to provide for the pur
chase of a site and the erection of a public
building thereon at Joplin, Mo., at a cost of
March 23. R T. Thorpe was glren the
seat from the Fourth Virginia district
Sidney P. Eppes, who obtained the certifi
cate of election, was unseated by a strict
party vote. Mr. Thorpe was given the seat
by a vote of 151 to 13D.
March 22 A feature of the Senate wss
an extended speech by Sir. Caffery of Louis
iana in support of the pending national
quarantine bilL In the course of his argu
ment Mr. Caffery said that he wanted the
whole quarantine power in the hands of
the United States government the only
authority which could make a quarantine
effective, and he added that he was as
stanch a state's rights advocate as any
man. Among the bills passed were the fol
lowing: To prevent the appointment of
cadets to the naval or military academy of
the United States from states, territories or
districts in which such cadets do not re
side, to raise the aie of protection for girls
in the district of Columbia and in the ter
ritories to eighteen years; to pay the state of
Wyoming 7,7ti0. money expended by the
territory of Wyoming in protecting and
preserving Yellowston; national park dur
ing the years 18S4-9j-8'o.
The naval appropriation bill was reported
to the House, but as it had int been printed
the contested election of Thorpe versus
Eppe from the Fourth Virginia district was
taken up and debated until 4 o'clock when
March 21. The house unanimoaly
pa-sed the bill for the relief of the survi
vors and victims of the Maine disaster.
The bill reimburses the sur Ivlng officers
and men for the losses they sustained to an
amount not to exceed a year's pay. and di
rects the payment of a sum equal to a year's
pay to the legal heirs of those who per
ished. There was quite a spirited de
bate over an amendment suggested
by Mr. Cannon to glee the survivors
each a year's pay out of hand instead of at
tempting to reimburse them for actual
losses. Mr. Cousins of Iowa aroused the
galleries to spontaneous applause when be
said that while the vul-urcs might be
watching over the dark waters of Havana
harbor for the belated dead, above all the
eagle's piercing eye was watch'ng for the
The Senate devote 1 the day to minor
March 1J. The House has passed the
postofflce appropriation. The main points
of attack were the appropr.ations of iSO,
000 000 for railway transportation of mails,
8171.000 for special facilities between New
York and New Orleans and I25.0J0 for spe
cial facilities from Kansas City to Kevrtoa,
Kansas. Mr. Simpson of Kansas advocated
the appropriation of 125,000 for special
facilities 'from Kansas City to Newtda,
Kan. He said that unless this appropria
tion was made the mails from Western
Kansas. Northern Texas and Oklahoma
1 ould be delavcd twelve hours.
A KANSAS MAN'S CRIMES.
Wesley Cocbraae of Jlttrood 6I100U the
Editor's Xtaughter and Kills Himself.
ArwooD,Kan., March 24. At 1 o'clock
to-day Wesley Cochrane, jr., a young
man of pool family, cut his
throat with a rszor. dying almost
instantly. A few minutes nfter he was.
found dying 3Irs. Gertie "Woodward,
daughter of the editor of the At-.vood
Citizen, was found in the door of the
newspaper cilice, ?here she hud been
shot down. She is 'lyini end declares
that Cochrane :;d the shooting'. A
short time before ihc discovery oi
the suicide of Cochrane it is said
that he was seen rncaiac from th
direction of the Citizen office toward
his home, where he was -found. The
cause of the suicide and what will
probably be a murder is not known.
Mrs. Woodward and young Cochrane
were children together.
Nicholson Succeeds White.
Chicago, March 25. George T.
Nicholson was to-day appointed at
general passeuger and traffic mana&er
of the Atchison, Topeka aud Santa
Fe railway to succeed W. F. White,
who died recently. The appointment
is to take effect May 1.
Bombay risgae Deaths.
Bomb a v, March 25. There were
1.259 deaths from the plague during;
the past week. Four Europeans wera
among the victims.
Geaeral Yeaxy Dead.
Washington, March 24. Wheclock
G. Veazy, of Vermont, formerly a
member of the interstate commerce
commission, died here at s o'clock last
night. Mr. Veazy resigned from the
commission about a year ago on ac
count of failing health.
He Was Tea Irish far Taaaer.
Chicago, March 23. Colonel Marew
Karanaugh has been relieved of tka
OMnmand of the Seventh Illinois Ka-
Upoal Guard by Governor Taanar 'te
bis troopa oa-St. Alrian
is a good thing to be rid of, because bad blood is the
breeding place of disfiguring and dangerous diseases. Is
tour blood bad? Yon can have good blood, which is pure
blood, if yon want it. Yon can be rid of pimples, boils,
blotches, sores and ulcers. How? By the use of Dr.Ayers
Sarsaparilla. It is the radical remedy for all diseases
originating in the blood.
"DraAyer's Sarsaparlfia was recoasMaSel teiae jm
eyskiaa as a blood purifier. When I began takiag it I
d boils all over my body. One bottle cared aw."
, Bonnes Craft, Weawa, Has.
Birds of a feather occasionally get
,an the same hat.
A man and a strange umbrella often
f without saying.
Every time a man conceals a fault he
adds to his collection.
A wedding of a deaf and dumb couple
Is always a quiet affair.
If you would successfully argue with
a woman just keep silent.
Modern prophets should confine their
predictions to generalties.
No girl who is over five feet tall has
any right to act kittenish.
The principal apartment in a gamb
ling house is the ante-room.
Our best friends are apt to appear
bad in amateur theatricals.
Perhaps the girls who look killing
possess the fatal gift of beauty.
All men are equal the day they are
born and the day they are buried.
Every rainy day we have a sneaking
feeling that we have lost an umbrella.
A man might as well be dead after
he is thirty; a woman after she is
The only proof that virtue is its own
reward is the fact that vice always
When a girl is in love, the neigbors
know it before the girl acknowledges
it to herself.
There is nothing more mortifying
than to be caught in a snow storm
while wearing a straw hat.
The only men that always talk shop
when they meet each other are the
The average man never eats green
corn without looking like he wanted
to put his foot on it.
Talk with any married man about
Adam and Eve and you'll find he has
queer ideas about what caused the
If a woman really loves a man, she
likes to have some one go along with
him every time he leaves town to take
care of him for her; some man.
Nothing makes a woman mad so
quick as to have her husband laugh
when she says she has always prided
herself on her ability to keep her tem
per. Before a girl falls in love she says
the man she marries must have certain
qualities; after she falls in love she j
doesn't care what he has, if he only has
A woman can always be mads to
consent to her husband going off on a
trip alone this year, if he talks know
ingly of the finer 'trip she shall take
The kind of people who feel confident
that they are going to heaven, though
others may be lost, are the kind that
will make the climate there very unde
sirable. Why pay a dollar to a fortune teller
to learn the future, when the experi
ence of others shows that you will have
little joy, a great deal of trouble and
die old and poor?
Use Bis 3 for snnstnrsl
Irritations or ulcerations1
of S3 neons Bcsabnuiea.
rainier, ana not tsuia
Cent or potsonoos.
or sent la plain wrapper.
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Don.t drop insinuations. A bigger
man may pick them np.
Don't pick out for your friend a maw
whose dog wont follow him.
Don't sit in a draught unless yes
want the doctor to get the cash for it
Everything yon ore afraid of ister
ribly large. '
You can put anyone off with a proaa-
ise with fiatery in it. '
Do the women know what an import"'
ant day Sunday is to a man who worka
Don't wait until summer to buy the
mometers; they are always lower la
Don't think because a man possesses)
a shining intellect that he is lightheasV
Don't think because time and tid
wait for no man that no woman wili
wait for him.
Don't fail to keep an eye on thai
friend who offers you suggestions at)
the expense of another friend.
Every cat that doesn't get its mcahl
regularly hates some man.
A man generally wears his first dress
suit about the way he carries his first
I wonder why girls always get a lot
more confidential when they are tak
ing down their hair?
The average man doesn't put muck
stock in robins; he waits till he hear
some girl say she must get her shirW
waists ready. t
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