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Cured by Lydia E.Pinkham's
Oalona, Kans. "A year ago last
March I fell, and a few days after
there was soreness in my riRht side.
In a short time a bunch came and it
bothered me so much at night I could
r'&tfvflt1 '" "i not sleep- - kei)t
r-' ! 'i".'? growing larger and
.': Tjk ly f;ill it was as
2b Jt5j. 'iir?'' fts a hen's egg.
M l CoUl(l not 8 to
'' '-z) "s? WP bcd without a hot
1 fj water bottle applied
' !L r to that side. 1 had
" I ono of the best doc-
-y : tors in Kansas and
VlXZ A-.. no 0' my husband
.vlflwft 7f f that I would have to
V 7 bo opiated on as it
1 o 1 I was something like
a tumor caused by a rupturo. I wrote
to you for advice and you told me not
E. rinkham's Vegetable Compound.
I did take it and soon tho lump in my
side broke and passed away." Mrs.
R. R. IIuky, 713 Mineral Ave., Galena,
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, made from roots and herbs,
has proved to be the most successful
remedy for curing tho worst forms of
female ills, including displacements,
inflammation, fibroid tumors, irregu
larities, periodic pains, backache, bearing-down
feeling, flatulency, indiges
tion, andiiervous prostration. It costs
but a trifle, to try it, and the result
has been worth millions to many
If you want spec in 1 advice writ
for it tnlrs. I'inl. Ii;un. I ,v im. 1 ;ts.
It is free and always helpful.
PAPA'S POSITION SET FORTH
Explanation of Youthful Suitor That
Doubtless Satisfied Father of His
"Yes, sir," said the pale youthful
suitor; "I've come to ask you for your
daughter's hand. She Is fair as lil
ies, sweet as honeysuckle, tender as
violet, charming "
"Is that Mary you are talking
about?" asked papa.
"Yes. sir. it is a mere formality, I
know, this asking for your daughter's
hand; but we thought It would be
pleasant to you If It were observed."
0 - A Mary's papa stiffened.
"And may I Inquire," he asked,
"who suggested that asking my con
sent to Mary's marriage was a mere
"You may, sir," replied the young
man, simply. "It was Mary's mother."
Only Nine Left.
Lee Wynian is an earnest advocate
of some plan under which the say
ings of children shall be preserved
for future generations to read.
"The other day, for Instance," says
Wyman, "my little boy was called be
fore the tribunal over which his fond
" 'You've broken one of the precious
ten commandments,' she said.
"'Did 1?' asked our boy carelessly
" 'Yes, my boy. I've said to you
over and over the ten command
ments,' said Mrs. Wyman, 'and now
you've broken one of them.'
"'Dear, dear,' my boy said, 'there's
only nine left now.'
"And Mrs. Wyman let it go at
"Yes," said the man with the shaggy
eyebrows, "we have a phonograph.
We've got several Italian grand opera
records, and last week I discovered a
way to make their reproduction abso
'Indeed?" asks the man with the
purple nose. "What Is it?"
"I rub a little garlic on the record
before it is played."
Calls for more
Let a saucer of this
delightful food served
with cream tell why.
'The Memory Lingers"
Pkgs. 10c, and 15c
Postum Cereal Co.. Ltd.,
Battl (rt''k. Mich.
AID FOR IRRIGATION
LOAN FROM THE GOVERMENTTO
COMPLETE PROJECTS NOW
Bill Which Has Passed the Senate
and is Now Before the House,
Provides For Government Loan
Washington The bill authorizing a
government loan of $3,000,000 to com
plete existing reclamation projects,
which passed the senate and Is now
pending before the committee on
ways and means of tho house, will
be reported, it Is stated on high au
thority, and be passed before the ses
President Taft has assured western
senators interested that he will use
his Intliience to put It through, and
the western senators, led by Dixon of
.Montana, were given a promise of fa
vorable action on the bill If they
would agree not to put into execution
their threat to put the bill as a
"rider" on the river and harbors bill
in the senate.
FARMERS MEETING TEST.
Question of Feasibility of Irrigation
Law Now Being Settled.
Washington. The acid test of prac
ticability of all the government rec
lamation work is at hantj. On April
1 there was due and payable into the
reclamation fund from the settlers on
the various projects, approximately
$1,000,000 for water right?. If the
farmers are able to meet their pay
ments, it Evidences that the govern
ment is aole to secure itfeturn on its
Investment. If the payihents are not
made, the law Is a failure in one of
Its most Important provisions and the
operation of ..the reclamation service
would quickly be .'brought to an end.
Put a careful canvass or the projects
on which water rights charges are
due Indicates that the settlers, as a
ru'e, are able and willing to meet
TORTURE MEN AND BOY8.
Reported That Barbarous Customs In
Nicaragua Have Been Revived.
Washington. A letter written to
the American consul at Managua,
Nicaragua, by Narclso Arellanes, a
citizen of Nicaragua, detailing inci
dents of cruelties in that republic,
has been forwarded here to Senor
Castrlllo, representative of the Es
trada forces in Washington. In his
letter Mr. Arellanes says: "I think ii
best you should know these people
are at their old work again. They
are torturing men and even boys at
Nandaimo and at Granada, whipping
them, suspending them from the
thumbs with cords all this to wrench
out confessions from them as to who
carried provisions to Calixto Tala
vors' guerillas beyond Nandaimo."
PLEASING THE MINORITY.
Uncle Joe Cannon Says We May Have
to Change the Constitution.
Boston, Mass. "When we have to
change the rules of the house to per
mit the minority to dictate legisla
tion on behalf of special Interests, we
will be confronted with the necessity
of changing our constitution and all
our conceptions of a people's govern
ment, where the majority shall legis
late and accept responsibility for the
Speaker Joseph (I. Cannon made
the foregoing declaration Saturday
night in addressing the Middlesex
club on the occasion of a celebration
of the eighty-eighth anniversary of
the birth of General Grant.
Small Tornado in Kansas.
Kansas City. What Is described as
a small tornado swept over Emporia
Kansas, cutting off telephone and
telegraph service. The extent of the
damage in that section is not known
Trains on the eastbound California
limited, on the Santa Fe, on arrival at
Topeka reported a violent hall storm
at Neva. Kansas. Telegraph poles were
blown down, they said. A little before
midnight the rain and electric storm
struck Kansas City. The cupalo of
the city hall was Btruck twice by light
ning, although no great damage was
Wants Oleomargarine Tax Abolished.
Washington. George K. Green of
Peoria, secretary of the Illinois Mer
cantile association, told the house
committee on agriculture on Saturday
that as a huckster, back In the '80s,
he nad difficulty In selling white but
ter. He urged the committee to re
move all the restrictions on oleomar
garine. The tax was characterized by
Mr. Green as an Incentive to evasion
and misrepresentation. The retail
sale of. o'eomargarine In the orlgli.al
packages was his solution of the
No Kidney Trouble In Three Years.
Mrs. Catharine Kautz, 322 Center
St., Flndlay, O., says: "Four years ago
ti became afflicted
with kidney trouble,
and rapidly ran
down in health. I
suffered from back
ache and other kid
ney disorders and
was languid and
weak. I doctored
TP'l ' and used different
remedies hut became no better. Doan s
Kidney Pills cured me and for three
years I have been free from kidney
Remember the nnmc Doan's. For
sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
THE WAY WE JUDGE PEOPLE.
"Gjuet is a very unobservant man."
"You mean that he doesn't see the
ame things that you do."
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by loral application, sa they cannot reach the dis
eased portion of the ear. -There la only one way to
cure deafneaa. and that la by conalltutlona! rrmedlrs.
Deafnesa la cauaed by an Inflamed condition of the
mucoua lining ot the Eustachian Tube. When thla
tube la Inflamed you have a rumbling sound xr im-.
perfect hearing, and when it la entirely cloaed, Deat
neai la the result, and uulesa the Inflammation can be
taken out and thla tube restored to Its normal condi
tion, bearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases
out' ot ten are cauaed by Cutarrh, which 1 nothing
but an Inflamed condition of the mucoua surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case ot
Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured
by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send tor circulars, tree.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O.
Bold by Druggists. 75c.
Take Hall's Family run for constipation.
Of Another Feather.
"Did you folks want any aigs to
day?" called the grocery boy from
the back steps.
"Yes," answered the cook who was
busy kneading dough. "Just lay 'em
under the refrigerator."
"I ain't Hen; I'm the other boy,"
shouted the lad from the grocery.
A Dye That Will Color any Fabric.
Mrs. Adam Herbeson writes, "I have
used Dyola and And It superior to any
other package dye I have ever tried,
as the same package colors wool, cot
ton, silk and mixed goods perfectly."
Dyola Dyes come in 16 fast brilliant
colors. 10 cents per package at your
dealer's. Write Dyola. Burlington,
Vt., for color card and book of direc
tions sent free.
Poet's Wife My husband read this
poem at a public celebration before
thousands of people. Alas! it was the
last poem he ever wrote.
Publisher I see. Did they lynch him
or shoot him? Leslie's Weekly.
"How did you enjoy your vaca
tion?" "Fine! It made a new man of me!"
"I congratulate your wife."
Red, Weak, Wrirr, Watery Eyea.
Relieved By Murine Kye Hcmedy. Try
Murine Kor Your Kye Troubles. You Will
J. ike Murine. It Soothes. 50c at Your
I niii'i ! i s Write h'or Kye Books. Free.
Murine Kye Remedy Co., Chicago.
From the horny hand of toil comes
the richest harvest of content. W.
1'KKItY DAMS' I'AINKII.I.KK
Is an ounce .it iiieventlou" uh well a a
''pound of cure." For bowel '.roubles, skin
wounds, colds, und other Ills. .i.V and 60u sixes.
Some of our tirst impressions were
made by mother's slipper.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup.
For ' In II I.-n teething, hot tens t he Kit lot, roduceslD
thfciuwuliou.ullityr, pulu.curcbwlnduoliu. 2teit bolUa.
The signature on a check is a sign
The Last Word.
Detern Inert to have the htfti word,
the woman hunted through the dic
tionary and soon emerged triumphant
with a list of 3,000 framed from
! "Constantinople," and received there
I for one year's subscription to the Joy
ful Home's big pi'l.e contest. Judge.
The Chinese wall was finished.
"I do all my fence mending at one
lick," announced the emperor.
Thus he proved himself a statesman
i Instead of a politician.
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