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'Vounz women may avoid
much sickness and pain, says
Miss Alma Pratt, If they will
only have faith la the use of
Lydia E. Pinkhan's Vegetable
Jutirrinff from the letters nil ft
reeciviii); from so many yourifr girls,
1 rs. Piokharn believes that our (firls
are often pnhed alutrether too Bear
the limit of their eudurance now
adays in our public schools and semi n
ariee. JCothintf ia allowed to interfere with
studies, the pi rl must be puslwd to the
front and graduated with himor j often
physical collapse fullowe, and it takea
year to recover the lost vitality,
of ten it ia never recovered. X! ia Pratt
" D MR. PlllKIJAM ! -I feel !t
tny dutv to U-il all vounir women bow
much t.vcll.t J- Pinkliiun's woo
derful Vegetable) Compound baa
done for rue. I waa complete!; rtin
down, unable to attend school, and did
not care for any kind of society, but
now I fuel UUe a crw person, and have
pained seven pound of fifth la three
"I recommend It to all young I
women who auffer from female weak
ness." Mtse Alma Pbatt, Holly,
Mich. fVttO Mt lfrtmil AM tar
r in ,? r
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j Defiance Stirch ia tninranteed big
Rfl film HFlCninHHCilMtnud beat or money refunded. It
J W W W fililklllUKIIW
WIRI WCUCOMCO TO
ouniNa LatT vcan.
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C'M'Liiff 1 autrtiL. mn6 r ftopftoo o4 ttftai.
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r irawiiartta3t 1m ! tK? iarxl if bu ftaKW
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Room for Millions.
rule Hguiead away. ILrlMsta,
t tisrrbM. ttmUmikt. Mirtett, ClUMta,
. vnrf thing U a Aolnd.
or a 4lerntl At aM Ker Infornatioa.
la. r iiitMMi4 i.9mti'mm i.ntnMtn A wt
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V. L. DOUGLAS
84.00, S3. 50, S3.00, S2.50
rw worn ly mora
iu n than nv.y other
make. 'Ym ivwn
Is thor holit tht-ir
ha j -,titU't t r, v, ear
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HEW PENSION LAWS
Avulf to MTIItl Hlt KXiHU, vi r ai.
I ItUJOLD riiu.il ivllmwlw
ITiTborapteB't Cyi WtUr
WhM Anawarlng Advartlaamanta
Kind) Mention Thle Paparv
W. N. KANSAS CITY, NO. 17, 1904.
I i a v ".- ..4. Ba I I
Te Oenrgy inula," said Brother
Dickey, "la da one creel nr' In a Ibou
ssn' dat don't enjoy de springtime.
I furrer look tt long ter blm t de
time betwixt meals, ep da blub price
er rot ton gives blm dat Sired fealln'
'kaxe ha well know be got ron' er It
tar plow!" Atlanta CoDstltutloriT
Available for War.
Ia time of war France a prepared
to put 170 out of every 1 0')0 of bay
populallon In tbe field: Germany, HO;
Carry Small Stocks.
The contents of imall stores In
Seoul, Korea, are In many esses wortb
not more than a dollar or two.
top Church Bella.
Fpsln baa stopped tbe ringlet of
church bells and Italy la likely to
follow her example.
Toada. but No Frege or Snakes.
Neither frog nor anake lire la
Alaska, but toad are frequently to be
Mr. Wlnatow"! Knothlne rTW.
w-wrfc1..i.. Im-UjI'i-. utti-am lb. -tin..
At any rate love in a cottage has no
janitor to contend with.
Lewi' ' Hiuele Hinder "wtraiirht Seeiirr
No oi her brand of ik-jtr i tpmiifr wih
th. smoker. He haw learned to rely tipoo
It'a an 111 rain that bring on oppor
tunity to borrow an umbrella.
Try toe Juil once and I am lure
to com again. Defiance Starch.
A matrimonial storm will curdle
even tbe inllk of human kindness.
Plso'S Cure cannot be too fe'-fhly spoke of aa
srourk cure. J. W. O Haix. sa Tkiid lit.
aoaneapul.e, Mlaa Jut.. ma,
Money is often tight in plte of the
ou&ces, 10 cent. Trj it bow.
Courtship and novels are more lo
t-rest.ng than marriage and fcl&tory.
LOOK in YOUR
What would you
give to be rid of
that sallow com
No doubt you
would give )
liver troubles, indigestion and
dyspepsia! Get rid of these
troubles and vour complexion
will clear up like an April day
after a shower. Take
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ftAk ltwr. I ftaal Asur .( (. y
ar n mt W'k ft4 ft wlrd. fcwy (iiU tft
! f fVfttt ft4
vt Lt.l laa ,
Lnlrtaa rwerfb4 ,
pt if 4U ftt ft l Ut )Mk I
Aiui)LK6fSw m4 .br Hiril aa f
Frr w(tj Wftav ftMr fltiT Bed af
Ui aarM a4lau nf mi Htv.w ift.
r.4 01 lt T 4i. tifsp ! ft
I aMi.. a - rtai
few art nr 1 .mm, t ra-4y I r
a-4tik m babf ) 1 it)
M-l tt) t-iaata4 aUKftitft
4 aJMa-tM. few t47. '
Tavr tVmf Mk
If It 0Mit BaMtH Ya
PtFSH JTRUP CO., KaatlG&no, IX
Evtry hcuarw lf gloat
vr flnly ttarcdtd)
llncts an4.whlt foda.
Conceit la JustlflaWa
after aslnr CVflarKC
5Urcti. It f)ve
tiff, glossy whit-'
nas t the clothes
and does not rot
them, it la abso- '
lately pure. It is
th most cconomUal
tccausc It goes
farthest, does mora
and costs less than
others. To be had of all
grocera at io ax.
- - -
Tim DETTANCB STARCH CO,
The Cow Thief.
If the "roan twbfnd the cow" wo'ild
do bis part, no unprofitable animal
would masquerade under tfca fictitious
appellation of "milch cow," and khe
wculd either ro to the butchers' biix k
or be trade to return a profit by more
IntclllKent care and manajrement. It
pasfeeih underctandlRR why theft by a
cow should be tolerated more than
theft by a human. In effect, the result
to the losr In either cate i the same.
Ouf government taaa found it wisdom
to study and establish far reaching
methods for tbe detection and the re
pression of the la'tr; and by the
same token why should farmers and
dairymen be Kts vigilant in regard to
this possible proclivity In thfir cows
bsfts decrioe5 as d-tmb. yet rut
witticjf their owners? Fo lorg as
cows of this class are permitted In the
daily herd, so lone, will there be dis
satisfaction and failure. Improve
ment is the route to success. whMber
by breeding, betler msnafemoct or
other way. and Intelligence In our
cowmen is the power that wt.'l force
advancement In tbe right direction.
Dairying fcas come to bo one of the
most Important factors In agriculture,
and. rightly conducted, is one of the
surest moneymakers of our varied in
dustries. It is incomparably more ra
tional than any one-crop system, or
even general farming, as its practice
tends to rotation of crops, maintains
or increases the fertility of land, and
affords steady employment with r
tnrna remunerative according to the
brains mlied with the business.
Barnum's Midland Farmer.
Breaking f'oung Horses.
The first thing to do when you find
' new foal Is to take blm In your
trmt. one arm under bis breal. and
the other under his rump, and carry
Mm about and Into tbe house and put
a pinch of sugar on his tongue, and
it is well to give him a little ride often,
two or three times a week, at least
uni'l he gets too heavy, and when be
gets to be a full grown horse he will
never doubt that you are able to take
blm tip and carry him. When he is a
fortnight old lead him with a small
rope around bia neck, which he will
easily understand and teach blm bis
came and to come at call. Never play
with a colt or horse; let all your inter
course with them be grave and seri
ous business, but kind and never
harsh or cruel. Teach tbera daily or
aa nearly so as possible to know the
use of a bridle, saddle and harness
and to draw a vehicle. A eolt so
trained will work the first time be is
axked to. without resistance, and gen
era!!y without aa kwardness. Colts
that have been properly treated will
soon take pleasure in doing what you
want them to. and manifest tt by
their anions. They are never vicious
or unmanageable, and are not alarmed
by accidents, as breaking of the har
ness or Vehicle. Such an educated
eolt Is worth twice as much as one
allowed to grow up without education.
raw and green, and you will never per
eelve that It cost you anything to give
hira the Increased usefulness and
value. Barnum's Midland Farmer.
Transmitting Consumption to Cattle.
Experiments are being continually
made to determine the tranamlsslhll
Ity of tuberculosis to animals srom
man and from animals to rata. Tbe
later experimenta seem to quits gen
erally demonstrate that the terrible
diaessa la easily transmissible, ta
Germany a number of teats cava re
cently been made to determine to
what extent animals are subject to
the tuberculosis germs la human
sputum, la these experiments S tui
and I calves were used, the cows be
ing two years old and the ralvea 4 to
I weeks old at tbe beginning of tba
experiments. Each animal received
from 60 to 0 grammes of human
sputum lit tba milk or upon green
fodder. No alteration of temperature
was observed la say of tba animals
during the course of tba axperlateata
After a period of four months the
antraaia wera killed and examined In
all cases lufcK'ttoa sad takea place
sad was apparent la the various ab
dominal or tans. The origin of the In
fection appeared to have bt-ea ta all
cases the lymphatic glands ia the
region of the pharynx. !a!uva re
sults ware obtained from tba exam
ination of diseased (lands for the
presence of tubercle bacilli. The ex
perimenter axpreases the opinion that
tbe sputum of tuberculosis bumaa pa
t tents la one of tba iuipcruat euure
of tuberculosis ia can!.
Draft Horses a Farm SVoducta.
There la no kind of horse that raa
be mora easily turned Into money than
tba draft horse provided be be of
good sue and sound. Ha la not a
very expensive prupoaitlun f,r the
farmer, as be can be put to work at
tao yeaia cf ge auj kept at work till
ba la sold. From the time be begins
lo work ba is paying bis way. and
sometimes b is ding muck more.
All tbe value that la put oxito him
after that time Is put on at practically
no cost. This fact eusMue the faroicr
to bae oa bis farm auiuialt that cost
nothing to kep. if tuey are credited
witk the work (bey ciu, but which eaa
he turned into eab at any time, tlow
greatly doea this d.Cer fio-.u tie case
of soma of our aueat animals that are
teld for better markets, but always at
a steady dally ctpeuae for which
tli Is 04 oSsett
'Aa E.g!!h twstjr ttls a atc-jf
f a rural crooner's Jvry. kirn, s t'n
bettg told by a k-i! us t! at
the case acder eonlteratka was oae
et flo de s. brougbt In a sfwdvrt of
"Foutd drowned.- But la Virginia
City, Neb, worn years ai. l"a a
popular cltlten tVrt a OslnamsB
throiisb tbe Riddle of tt back wl!
s lleury rifle, and kl"lk4 bins, Ue
eoroner s Jury br'!.l la a serdkt
' Habit to B Av.df,
Ttere la a story of a lit'le Ixif wo
when be had. learned bis l.n
fused to re-pt it to bis t ber. "Bat
o know your lesson; why will yea
not say It to me?" pleaded the teach
er. "Yes, I know it all Hfb," an
swered the boy. "I know it ail right,
but w bat's the as of spy saying It
to you? You'll make me btarn sme
thing else; and I don t waist to get
Icto the habit of learning lesso&s."' ,
Ch.ldith Idea of PUy.
A li'ile gtrl fce other ey '(-
rd two things tbe dilVui'.y of seiect-
Ing the rigM coca of multitude and
(he inborn cruelty of rbildbood. She.
wanted a game a game of ber owa
(nentin. "What is the game
aked her nurse. Tbe icnoccnt eyes
brightened as tbe answer came: Ton
be a poor little blind lame La3.li asi
I'll te a Botk of tigert."
tn 1SS tbe first Jspanee newspa
per, with some news translated frojrj
the Dutch, was published. Now Ja
pan bas l.ir,0 daily neaspapers, but
there are no evening newspapers
among them. One of the Tofcio papers,
the Japan Time, is printed In Eng
lish, but ia produced by Japanese ex
clusively. A Welsh Pisa,
tn Wjlot there exists the "falling
lower" of Caerphilly Castle, wbicb is
77 feet In height and inclines no less
than 11 feet out of the perpendicular.
Ia proportion this ts greater than the
Tower of Piss, wfcich is lf leet and
lean li feet.
The Rival Citiea.
"Well." said the New Yorker, tatint
tn'y. "you don't see acy grass grow
ing in our streets." "That'e so." re
plied the Phlladelphlan. "clever
scheme of youra." "What's that?"
"To keep tearing your streets up so
the grass can't grow." Philadelphia
Mort of us. when thinking abmt
Diogenes looking for the honest man.
can almost feel the blinding Cash of
the lantern In our faces and hear bis
sbcut of discovery.
Many who fimnerlv smoked 10c riirarf
now Munkt lwis' "fiagie hinder ' slnught
kc. Lewts' Factory, IVuna. 1U.
A girl is always proud of ter new
hat until she meets another girl with)
one that's more fre-akish.
Old Sofas. Barks of Chairs, etc ran I
he dyed with Pl'TNAM FADELESS
A woman opens a telegram much
as a child opens a jack-In the box.
!f you don't get the biggest and
best It's your own fault. Defiance
Starch I for sale everywhere sad t
there ts positively nothing to equal !
It In quality or quantity. )
Few women are mind readers, bat i
Dearly all women are mind speakers, j
ash Tew gMwlae re Altai s Wwws-Case.
A powder. It revts the feet. C urea Coras,
Bunion. Sapullea. Sonw. H ot.CalkMtv At hiag
Swreaon K wa.ti 1 nrm-m in. Nmifefc AIWa
t nil Kim makes newof t -it-hi .K.. .... Al i
all DrgKts and Shoe stct. 2S rents Ac
cept no substitBt. Sample ms'led Fssa,
Adtlrswe Aliea S Olmsted. La Koy. N. Y.
The man who gives your hand a cor
dial shake either ba a full beart or
sa empty purse.
This is really a very serious and dangerous condition to bw in. Perfect test is s!eej Do not take
medicines. Any teuiedy for insomnia rrsy If .ie ou over lor a time, but ia the cod will v tck the
nervous system and shorten lite. Only useful ia emergency cases ia the hands of an intense at j-by-siciaa.
'J ska plenty of outdoor exercise, avoid excitement, t tegular tn kal.tsar.J take a Svaaittl
at ldtime, in its natural stste or w ith cream, rsl'it and susr, whkh will r.-.Ve a refiekirir s!erp a
rvvi' i'.-xt and rv-u!ate the fowels.
Pfihfsbh nufrilicus Easy cf Digest!::, end Hcdy fa Est
X- tbe eeat.ie id Dt. Ptv.es C'waaa SUkivg IVwJee s4 tVLk-wa )i.u':. t (tracts.
ck k cateM r vi.t im,.) k.wa K. Sae auiwe Owe ..
pnicn cunnAL food co. cnic.fi.ca.
"PE-nu-im to::es up
SAYS THIS BEAUTIFUL YOU NO GIRL.
MISS MARJORY HAMFT0X Of SLW TCSI.
Mass JLsrjory Isepton, ST.. Third JCrw Tirit City, J
'Prrva Is m flat medlcla io take any aeasosr tb ytr.
Tmkea la tbe tpriag it toots tip tbe tytteta sei ecu ma m tomic, I
itrtngthcalog me more than & vscmtJoa. ia the tall aa4 s later
nave found that It caret colas ana catarrh aoj also lusd that It
Is Invaluable to keep tbe bowels regular, meting at a gentle stlmu
lant on the system, la fact, i consider tt at whole tnedJcJo
chest Miss Marjory tlamptoa.
Blood Impurities of Springtime
Dr. Hsrtman" meiiica! lectures are
eagerly scanned by many tlwaxaud
One of the most tim-!r and is;ert
Irg lectures be ever delivered was his
recent lecture oa tbe blood Impurities
Tbe doctor Mid ia rubctase that
every spring tfce bkod Is loaded with
tbe eSete accumulations of winter, de
ranging the i;gp',Kn. producing slug
gishness of the liver, overtaxing tbe
kidneys. Interfering with the action of
the bowels and Use proper eircu'.atka
of the blood.
This condition of tbisgs produces
whst is popularly known as spring
fever, spring malaria, nervous exhaus
tion, that tired feeling, blood ttickeo
Ing and many other carr.es.
Sometimea tbe victim Is bilbvu, dys
peptic and constipated: sometimes he
is weak, oervous aad depressed; sxtd
4 MO MONEY TILL CURED.
mwS mtt 4 ewS aw r
. IN TIIEvVYOBLD
IA ale wabrsW
cooix wt aS t
- ts ortm wutstee SvX
v txS w yeSosj
S-J W arv.'!! sr
kXl W Ll J S,
UJIIEAT "TJIIIE GELEfiy
"TZlrN T "
if TfiKEii i:i the sf.-j::
ars a be aiay save emptioM. w
ir.gs and ortT biool twasors. tS'l rfV
cur it Is rte xsm js ti,e !3se -
r'vci.t':Ti ta tie tx"l.
Xvttig is av.re r,aia w';'t.s tie
w fcj..;e rie of xtSii sV-s-te t';n
that s cey-irse of Femts fa eriy pr;.
liEte wi.l per-r5;y and e?ttay pew- .
Test or ewe tb s x.al ssiversai af
fection. Everybody f ft. ia acse degree.
A great nsajurity are distarbed
: Jeras:y. while- a iarge per cent of tie
bumaji faroily are mai vry scisr
bi by this ca Ji':oa evry sprrcg.
Pentca w.'A prevett it If tales Sa
Perena will cure it IT takea a
Persaa is the Weal spring mediciee
of the ssecijcsj protessiotx.
If you do no derive pro-upt asd saV
itfactory results from tee wse of Pe
ru ca, write at omr la Itr. Hart
ctc. giving a fbll statement of yowr
ease, and be wiU be pleased to give
yoa bis vahtsbi-e advice gratis.
Adlresa De. Hartmaa. Prei4est et
Tbe llxncu ftaailarttim. Colembtis.
PLUCX WS ft ALWAYS iss.
v fkMrtrt -1 yw mt s. swt m wte
tTm- LaaW eiM S Cato IjacoM. ml.
25 ILtatS ISTaauata.
X J WTtt fa-t M ays) -Wsa
m..y- awTawajstsTsa If a s k mmva.
1 - - --f0r Mcas, n. re4.
T w SM t-At I
HIGHEST MARKET PRtCC
rx.atm auctst asssa aaaTwaaa.
rm A tXtX, Uccela. timl
is-iaMia, ae, run. (mm
s. mn' iim wa smwS
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