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Preventing Decay of the
Teeth
decayt
kvaries in different persons but it is
S seldom that even the weakest teeth
z could not be saved by cleanliness
The beginning of decay in a tooth
consists In the eating out of the lime
in the enamel by lactic acid This
acid is the result of fermentation of
the starchy food particles left be
tween the teeth or between the
loosened gum and the neck of a
tooth In order to prevent its for
r mation the mouth should be rinsed
after cachvnieal with an antiseptic
wash A solution of borax in luke
warm water makes a serviceable
t mouth wash and there are many
other kinds to be had in the drug
stores Hut a word ofcaution is
L Accessary here An astringent
1mouthwash contrary to the usual
t belief is not good for longcontin
Itied use for it may cause retraction
of the gums and consequent loosen
ing of the teeth
The teeth should be brushed at
Icastityiice a day andin the even
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jv etitifrices act mechanically
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coarser food particles should be re
movcdin private after each meal
by means ofa quill or wooden
toothpick dental floss silk ora
small rubber band
In addition to this personal at
f tention one should have the mouth
4 inspected every year or bftcner by
a dentist that the tarter may be re
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Dr Gladden on the Social
Vices
It is always a relief to turn from
the doleful predictions and imprac
tical theories of irrational reformers
to the wholesome and sensible op
timism of Dr Washington Gladden
the wellknown sociologist preacher
and alderman
Dr Gladden is not the less vigor
ous in his attack on social vices and
evils because practical As an as
sailant of gambling whether in the
drawingrooms of the upper classes
or in the resorts of the professional
gambler Dr Gladden yields the
palm to no one in earnestness and
unequivocal utterance On the
ices that may be traced to the sa
loon Dr Gladden is equally bold
and courageous in denunciation
But Dr Gladden recognizes that
these vices cannot be entirely
eradicated by denunciation He has
never belonged to the ranks of those
who believe that vicious or depraved
instincts can be legislated out of
men While advocating rational
legislative restraints for the protec
tion of society and social order he
has always magnified the importance
of ethical training as a basis for
right citizenship Regarding the
n polite forms of modern gambling
Dr Gladden said in his address to
the students of YaleI
The artificial and luxurious life of I
our modern society is the heart of
the trouble The overvaluation of
style and fashion the undervalua I
tion of the happiness that consists
I of plain and simple living We are
not called upon to condemti specu
lation as essentially immoral but it
is plan that principles on which it
rests and the motive to which it
appeals arc dc Jely lower than
Those which areHnvolyed in lcgiti
mate trade Jh ctUQf ftgambling
lssstppojedtoie l1 4lisiu iJ ito the
faniblets ciiaricter in makT VgVhTraj
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industry
When it comes to the evil of the
saloon Dr Gladden takes his stand
with Bishop Potter of New York and
other rational reformers who mam
that it is tt the bounden duty of those
who abolish the saloon to sec that
something better takes its place
Concerning the saloon keeper
he said
saidThe
The time has come for America
to grapple with this problem and it
might be wise for our reformers to
stop denouncing the saloonkeeper
long enough to get acquainted with
him He has furnished a resort to
I which the people like to come and
I feel at home they must beat him at
I I his own game
i Whether a substitute for the
i saloon is possible or not it requires
but a snperficial knowledge of men
I in their social manifestations to ap
preciate the fact that those who seek
to abolish it should offer in its place
something that will supply as far
as possible the same opportunity
for social expression that is pre
sented by the saloon
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Thousands for sale jit foe per 100
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The IndiaiV and the North
west
A handsomely illustrated book
just issued and containing J 15
pages of interesting historical data
relating to the settlement of the
great Northwest with fine halftone
engravings of Black Hawk Sitting
Bull Red Cloud and other noted
chiefs Cus ers battle ground and
ten colored map plates showing lo
cation of the various tribes datinc
buck to i Ceo A careful review of
the book impresses one that it is a
yaluedcontributiQn to the history
of thesf early pioneers and a COP
s lh1 be in every library Price
25 cents per copy Mailed postage
prepaid upon re eipt of this amount
by W B Kniskern 22 Fifth avenue
Chicago Ills 9
The editor of The Financier of I
New York notes that the bankers I
who advertise in a way to reach the I
general public and not simply to
attract the attention of financiers
increase their deposits rapidly that
no uptodate banker who is in the
business to make money can afford
to neglect popular advertising He
finds that a growing number Qf
bnkrsjmow use space in the news
papers
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Great Activity in Steel
Evidence of the phenomenal pros
perity now being enjoyed by this
country is perhaps most marked
ta the steel industry There is no I
other industry in the entire list
which has been subject io greater
fluctuations in the past Periods of
activity and depression have fol
lowed one another in rapid success
ion so that it has been frequently
difficult to decide which has had the
greater ascendency
The existing prosperity has been
of longer duration than any similar
period that has preceded it Not
only so but it is certain to ontin
ue for the rcmaimirr of the re
sent year at least because all the
mills have already booked orders at
profitable prices which will keep
them running a t their utmost
capacity for the remainder of the
twelve months
Much of the credit for present
conditions is given by those most
intimately acquainted with existing
conditions to the United States
Steel Company It has exerted
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an influence which has had a steady
ing effect on the market It has
prevented enthusiasts from running
away with the market when the op
portunity seemed to be most favor
able for the booming process to be
resorted to and this would certainly
have been followed in turn by a
crash which would have been felt
not bsteel interests alone but to
the utmost bounds of the industrial
situation While the socalled trust
has held prices at a point which
showed exceedingly liberal profits
it has prevented them from beings
put at a figure which would speed
ly have become prohibitive and
brought about collapse and disaster
In considering thc ondition of
the steel market nci oiccan v fail to
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be struck with thelosSTelations
which at btttIn 1tdlt tl
rid situation 1 He jiiifttJa fi < e
fully 40 percent ufKitfe > g iron pro I
duction of the countryin rails roll
ing stock and the many other arti
des that enter into the railroad con
struction and operation Without
the raiboads the steel industry
would speedily sink into compara
tive ensigni licence
The railroads however appear to
be entering upon a period of exten
sions such as has been unknown for
ten years at least These exten
sions will create a still greater de
mand for steel products than now
exists so that from whatever aspect
the situation may be viewed there
is no end in sight to the prosperity
which the steel industry is enjoying
And this activity will doubtless be
felt in all allied industries
A Good Thing
German Syrup is the special pre
scription of Dr A Boschee a cele
brated German physician and is ac
knowledged to be one of the most
fortunate discoveries in Medicine
It quickly cures Coughs Colds and
all Lung troubles of the sevcrcstua
ture removing as it does the cause I
of the affection and leaving the parts
in a strong and healthy condition
It is not an experimental medicine
but has stood the test for years giv
ing satisfactionin every case which
its rapidly increasing sale every sea
son confirms Two million bottles
sold annually Boschccs German
Syrupwas introduced in the
United States in 1868 and is now
sold in every town and villiage in
the civilized world Three doses
will relieve any ordinary cough
Price 75 cts Get Greens Special
Almanac at Cbuntzl rs Prescription
Drugstore <
Old papers at this office at ioc
per zoo
Roarks trimming room is com
fortable at all times The fire is
kept up night and day and every
convenience provided for the public
Dangers of Pneumonia
A cold at this time if neglected
is liable to cause pneumonia which
is so often fatal and even when the
patient has recovered the lungs are
weakened making them peculiar
susceptible to the development of
consumption Foleys Honey and
Tar will stop the cough heal and
strengthen the lungs and prevents
pneumonia La grippe coughs
yeild quickly to the wonderful ra
tive qualities of Foleys Honey
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Vacation
For your summer outirtg aHavus
to suggest Colorado famous khe
world over for its t > I j a in
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vigorating climate si ice J
mountain scenery anti 4i < tircsque
summer resorts whiabt located
along the line of the pni rr Rio
Grande Railroad i u Scenic
Line of the world fV cry low I
excursion rates and tr circle tour
tickets arc on sale during the summer
months via this line to a the prin
cipal points of interest I he Den
ver Rio Grande Rnitli its I
numerous branches p ifyating thc
guat State or Colojra Vis thirty
seven difttient On tours
through the Rocky Mountains one
of which in particular isthe famous
1000 mile tour for 2800 which
comprises more noted scenery than
any similar trip in the word pass
ing the following points of interest
La Veta Pass Tolted Gprge Indi
an Reservations Duran Manoos
Canon Rico Lizard HQacTPass or
Las Animas Canon > ilvcrton
Ouray Cimarron Canon Black
Canon of the Gunnison Marshall
Pass and the Royal gorge This
trip can be comfortably made in
five days but at least tendays ought
to be devoted to it so th tone may
view at leisure the principal sights
Very low rates are also on sale to
Salt Lake City Utah v If you con
template a trip through Colorado
or Utah let us send ypuome beau
tifully illustratecl brfrtW to free
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now leaves St Louis 215 arrives
Denver 31i p in ncxttluy hours
quickerTravelers
Travelers arriving St Louis in the
morning have a half day for business
or visiting in the Worlds Fair City at
315 p m next day they are in Denver
with the afternoon in that city before
leaving for the coast via Scenic Color
ado No other through train to Den
ver offers such a remarkably conven
ient schedule
The llurlingtons other Denver train
leaves St Louis yOO p in
Personally conductedCalifornia Ex
cursions from St Louis every Wcdnes
day night in through tourist sicq urs
via Scenic Colorado l > 1
To the KM fewest 7 TT
The IJurliugtonXprthcrn VaciQc r
Express is the great daily througli train b
St Louis and Kansas Cityto Montana
Washington Tacoma Seattle Port T
Tland
To the West
The Burlington runs the l cst equip
ped trains to Kansas CitjvS Joscphi
DenverWrite
Write us of your proposedtrip and
let us advise ybtt the least > cost send
you printed matter free etc
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Take care of yourself say our frieadi
Til try to wo answer We do toko a little
care yet in Bpito of warm clothes rubbers
and mackintoshes an army of people were
bowled out by pneumonia and other lung
aad chest diseases last wnlef They
caught cold neglected Hf let ittbcrSpoa
thorn were torn by coughs c1t ked by
inllnmml1tions and congelltions Wasted by
lever tired out by puin and then gave up
tho fight The hour you realize that you
havo a cold on the chest place A Benson
BensonPorous I
the pain or oppres
OPIWIelon
aba is felt If you think two are needed
moke it two No harm if
you were COT
ered with thorn They act quickly and
prevent the engorgment of blood in the
caution
lion as to oiposuro you trill break up the
cold and avoid a serious sickness No
other applications or any other form of
otWenlman
treatment will accomplish this as certainly
diStinct
tinct and positive action and are curative to
tothe
confidence for coughs muscular rheuma
tism the grip back and chest and all film
liar oilmcnK Women who are chief uufer
era from cold weather complaints ehouli
keep theso plaster always within reach
Got the genuine All druggists or we will
prepay postage on nny number ordered la
the United States on receipt of 25c each
Bcabury Johnson Mfg Chem tNY
Sold by all Newsdealers
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Furnishes Monthly to aU lona of KaaJea
rut Toluno of New Choice Copyright
Competitions by he mOlt popuJarauthon
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IQSoBts Inatrancatal
21 CNDtte Pieces for Mm
sad 22 Pa s of Musical Literature
Once a Month for 25 Cents
Yearly Subscription 200
Six Months 100
In one ycayon get netrly 800 rtc of Nude
romprllin232 hmpleto Pieces for the rican
If bought lu any music atnre B t onehalf r tf
would cost X300 If you will rend UI the name
end atltlres nf Five jvrfirmcr on the PBO
or Organ we will end youawrnplccopr Free
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Eighth a Locust SU Philadelphia Pa
New Fast Train 1
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COLORADO
UTAH AND THE
Pacific Cot
In effect Sunday May 10th
The now train will leave St Louis 0 n m daily
The CTcnluff train to same polntn IOIOp ra
Through Sleeping Car Service
between St Louis San Francisco and North
western poInt and the only line that does It
Twice daily
Excursion tickets now on Hale
For further Information address c
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If You Dave
a watch or clcck that wont 1
run or doesnt keep accurate
time take it to the old watch
and clock physician
John F PoagI
who has had over 20 years f
experience and guarantees all
work Maincross St Green
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the largest to be found in this territory In
every size and in all the various qualities
Burial Robes Wrappers Slippers etc
We have the first and only Diistproof Dis
play Cabinet in this section and have every
i uptodate feature for conducting the busi
I ness expeditiously 1
Our embalmer practices the most expert
and scientific methods and has never had an t
unsuccessful treatment He is subject to call i
anywhere A I
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If you hare a farm residence boalnrM mineral timber or other property to sell for Mh BeM
brief dtfetlptton nrtl price and I will map out a sure practical plan for anaktpc a quick mole
This plan for b11nake no charge will be adapted to your Individual requirement 1 will sloe
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surely InteresfybU Ifyou want cab for your property 1 am not an ordinary atenu 1 aa a itpeeiat v
l t la Undine cask buyers 1smnudaltlnnftI4le adrcrttetng I teach more pro j eUre
buyer each month than any other man In the world It does nor matter where your property le i
located or whether la worth 500 or 1500060 or whether It Ui where you live or lu nome oilier part
of the counlr7 tile pruon who wuila 10 buy it ep b4f loun4 bJm melhOfI Write 11Ms a a
be sure to slyo description and selling price aa tbe plan whlck I will Mttwilt ftee1 o
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notice Buggies Wagons Farming °
Implements Machinery Guns Re I
volvers etc
We make a specialty of fine horse
shoeing Any kind of shoe made
to order AH work guaranteed to
give satisfaction or money refund
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The most centrally locatedand only firstelais Hotel in the
city making a 2 ta e One block from theprincipal shopping i
district and two blocks froni the three principal theatres Street
carS pass the doors to all part of the city Everything neat and
clean
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CLEARANGB SALE
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and below to cleaor the racks Now 9
paper in stock except this seasons
good s To have it that wy oJI
ways is our purpose If yoU will
aid us in our determination the ex
cellent goods and low prices will be
pleading to you There arU pat
terns but you j jre lucky if you fet 7
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inywherei in Southerh Indian Southern
Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi
and Louisiana We ccn put you In quick
and satisfactory comniunlcatloh with thai
teoplo of this gr at section of the country
We solicit your patronag Rates reason
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