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I Mrs. Dizsbeth If. Thompson,!
izsbeth If. Thompson,
of UH) dale. N.Y., Grand Worthy
Wise Templar, and Member of
W.CT.U tells how she recov
ered by the use of Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
" Dsab alaa. I'ix&ham: I am one
ot the many of your grateful friend
who have twn cured thronrh the im
of Lyclla I- Pink barn's Ycpe-taMe
Compound, and who ran to-day
thank too for the fine health I enjor.
When I wr thirty-five years olVI
suffered severe backache, and frequent
bearlna-down palna ; in fart, I bad
womb trouble I waa Terr anxious to
pet well, ami read i riff of the cure your
Compound had mule, I derided V try
It. I took onlr i bottles.btit It built rne
up andcurcd me ent Irely -f Div t roubles.
"My family and relative were
naturally a gratified a I was. 11 y
niece had heart trouble and ncrvoua
prostration, and waa eonsiJered Incur
able. She took yoisr Vepctabla Com
pound and it cured ber In a ahort time,
and ah tiewame well and at rone, and
her home to her great Joy and her hua
band's delight waa blessed with a baby.
I know of a numler of others who
have been cured of different klndaof
female trouble, and am aatisfied that
your Compound la the let medicine
for tick women." Jl n. KiHAiiri H II.
Titowrwos, Ilox Lillvdale. NY.
(ha Wat Frank.
He And ao you refute lueT She I
KinsL "It la because I era poor, I pre-
ainr "No; that la nut the reason."
"llccaimn niy family la loss arlslocrat
le tban yours, perhaps?" "No." "I
see. Yuu wan t to marry title.'
"No; 1 have no aurh ambition."
"Uuml Very strange! Then why la
It you refuse Bi!" "It's because 1
can't bear the alKht of you." New
Once a Nswaboy.
David R. Francis, president of the
St, Ixiula fair corporation and ex
governor of Missouri, bet; an llfo as a
now nl.oy, and to the sharpness which
be acquired while acting In that ca
pacity attributes a good deal of his
success. There waa a convention of
newsboys at tbe fair the other dsy,
and President Francis told them some
of hi boyish experiences, much to
A Voluminous Writer.
Colonel rrentlss Ingrabam, who (Sled
In Beauvoir, Miss., on Tuesday, had
written COO novels and 400 novelettes.
besides Innumerable poems and mag
arlne articles. His total literary out'
put exceeded 4G.0O0.000 words, and he
la said to have earned 110,000 a year
thereby. - If that was not genius,
where will it be found In this prac
Zeke Settling Down.
Mr. Crowfoot I'm glad to bear that
cke Is settling down on something
at last. Ho says he's up In town spend
lng every dollar on gardens. Mrs
Crowfoot Did h say what kind of
gardens, HI Mr. Crowfoot Yes, be
said roof gardens. . That's the only
place they have room for gardens In
the city. Chicago Dally News.
4N it wi
.7AH1',. f that I
VV,V f i walk
Keeps the Bishop Busy.
If Bishop Totter keeps a scrap-book
no doubt he is too busy with tbe scis
sors and paste just cow to answer his
MODERN WOODMEN WEEK
Beginning Monday, September 5th, 1904.
IB-ROM ALL KANSAS POINTS
ON SALE SEPTEMBER 3rd and 4th
WOODMEN OFFICIAL ROUTE
and will run special trains from t'uion Depot, Kao City,
sept- 5'd and Sth. Wuxluvrn 'trains Kalurday Xghl
at f:t p. ru., 11. oo p. m .' and 11:3" p tn., and on
Sunday, S-r-temler '. h, I rain leave Kanm ( it V. l:15 a tu. ,
lit'lua. n.Jiinp, m , and 11:30 p.m., ail trains direct Ut
WorWl'e lair Main hmrance.
K l UK VoCM Ti SRtS HI AD VIA WASAHU rituU KAXSAS CITT.
H. C SHIELDS. L S. McCLELLAN,
Traveling P-sj. Agent Vejttrn Ptsj. Agent.
903 MAIN ST., KANSAS CITY. M0.
COULDNT LirT Tff.N r00N04.
Dosn's Kidney Pills Rrowoht ttrenglh
and Health to the tufttrer,
lng Him Feel Twenty.Plvo
t. B. Ccrtfm.
Depp. N C
sats: "I enter
ed for yea. s
with my back.
. so bad
I could not
tance cor even
A a cuToa.
not believe 1 could have raised tea
pounds of weight from the f'OUDd, tbe
pale wia so severe. Tb is was my eon
dition when I began nilog Doan s Kid
ney PUla. They quickly reneved tan
and cow I am never troubled as I
waa My back la strong and 1 can
walk or ride a long dlttanco and fel
Just as strong aa I did twenty-eve
years ago. I think ao tnuca of Doan's
Kidney Pills that 1 have given a tup
ply ot the reniedy to some cf my
neighbors and they bete also foutd
good results, if you can sift scything
from this rambling note tbat will be
of any service to you. or to any one
suffering from kidney trouble, you are
at liberty to do so."
A TRIAL. FREE Addrera Foeter
Mllburn Co, Bn?slo, N. Y. For sali
by all dealers; price. 60 cts.
One of he most remarkable forms
of clock in tbe world Is a clock faa
manufactured by a Swiss Jeweler, me
clock consists of twelve leaves hinged
like an ordinary fan. The cumber of
the hour Is marked from 1 to 12 at
the end of each of these leaves. Tie
fan timepiece starts at o'clock and
expands regularly for twelve hours,
when it suddenly closes up and starts
all over again. The half hour is indi
cated by the leaf of the tan being only
The Bronte Ywwry.
This variety originated frrni
tbe tame and the wild turkey.
(t rich plumage and lt ocn from
W ' - -- '
Tocrg Erorrse Turkey (male).
Its wild progenitor. To Vep p t.5i-e
Qualities crosses are continually made,
in this way the mammoth t'.vt has
b-en gained. Soma think tbat the
bronie turkey bas been developed too
much in size, as too often the la-
She Warned John.
Teast I see some people call them
automobiles, some motor cars, acme
smoke wagons; what do you call
them? Crimson beak I call them
Mrs. CrlmBontxak (breaking In) Re
member, John, there are ladies pres
ent. Yonkers Statesman.
Medical Department Washington Univsexffy,
Tbe Or l two raj re drvuted ;n)T to
pnK'Uc4 trliiinf ta itKtrbrv. of Auus.y,
j I'ftOMMOirT sib4 HrurkJ(v. t? mud
l)ff wr k rr id ibta. trwbe. 1 be 1m4 t .
yr.r mre jrlvrs to yerwo&iti w1v of dMMe la
j eatiimliiilx-rMrtne. hjin; wwl il!7.1lH.rtr
Brt irrrriy Itl haled. Init uirr ue tuil mil
i of the Firu.t. fr t-d-ul iutlructufi. Kvr
One Sunny Dsy.
The stormiest of weather
Ijtsts but a little while:
Junt ono atreak of sunnbiue.
And watch the country smilct
F. U Stanton.
Insist on Getting IL
ftnm rri-er say they dn't keep
IVflance March l-uw thy have a
ttv- tn hand f 12 os brands, whioa
they knw cannot be 'ld to a euMo
tner who hua once uie.i the If ua,
kg. DvQance tfthrvh for sanis uocty.
No Opportunity Offered.
"Married one dsy and d'.'d the
next," la the record of a Western
man. And the divorce lawyers didn't
even have an opportunity to send him
their butiness cards!
e-. ';t!AV 'tf.
Adult Bronas Turkey (mik).
crease ot size fcas been in tbe shack
and thigh and cot In the edible por
California and Return
Tbe vtth Triennial CoeVisve, Knights T tuf lar I. H, A , anil rk
erelgu tlraed Ux!k-e, I. O. O. F., at Cu Kranelxu la frptemrwr,
acw the cut uecaa.ons for wh.c i tbe Ntcta I will make reduced
raUa to Caiiforo a. Anyone, whether UirmWr tr not, my take
advantage cf tha rdittioa. If you're gotng la Make the Cali
fornia tour, this la your ehaaee to do it eoncm1ralty, ewntlorV
ably, and thoroughly. Oa sale Auguat 11 to 8pL 10, Inclusive.
LJaalted to Oeluber IX,
For full particulars address tht unit rsltiJ.
Dcacrlpllv Lltcratura (ra.
C. V. Ilatfenbuch, General Agent,
1h Atchison. Top A 5anta f Uyu
905 M.ln Street. Henstvs City. Mo.
Those Who Have Tried It
will use no other. Defiance ColJ Wa
ter Ktarch has BO eijual In Quantliy
or Ciuallty If oa. for 1 centa. Other
brands contain only It oa
An Ohio genius Is said to have In
vented a device for utilizing the heat
of an argument.
Fur-ertor quality and extra quantity
wiuat wtn. This Is why lrUr.- Man, a
to taking the place vf all etbvts.
A poor excuse may be better than
ie. but l's difficult with poor ro-latious.
ST. LOUIS. MO.
BILLON AVCNUE HOUSE
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SI.200T0 $3,010 AYEAR
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fca. ,ii wif tVMtsV rWrMtk, Jk t ! s 4Snsnas) tawtfifV
Cant I'Uylmi houU li cimflDrJ to
oitlivr tho drawing nMim or th ue
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?W rhr.dirt laMMbiavsJ . fCtsM B''w. vw-lna
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WEt WEAriiEfl V.15D0M
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When Answering Advsrt imnta
Kindly Mention This Ppr.
W. N. KANtAI CITY, NO. fa. 104
BEGGS' BLOOD PUEIFIEU
CUKES CJtartb ot tU to(rt.2u
'KOTHTiS tL5 WILL
1 fou kM mtw saw mis.
a, A. vowtta CO..eai. ., v a a.
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STRAIGHT 5 CIOAH
Vf iev w Swt trvoa yirr, t e.-.'A, 19,
Floors ef Poultry Houses.
The floor of the poultry bona Is a
matter of considerable Importance for
a rood many reasons. Tbe health and
safety of the fowls are directly af
fected. Some poultrymen prefer earth
Boors, some board floors, and some
floors cf cement. The latter are very
uncommon, but are being pat In by
some poultrymen that are ra'.tisg poul
try oa a large scale. The main coo
troverty Is between the advocates of
wooden aDd of earth Boors.
Some years ago the Farmers' Re
view sent out Inquiries to a large
number of poultry raisers asking wfca
kind of a Boor they preferred. The
answers were overw helmicg'.y In favor
ot txard floors, and it Is evider.t that
board floors are far more common
than the other kind. In the main
they are tbe safest k!od of floors to
construct and bare hitherto cost less
than would a cement floor. There are
numerous things to be aald la favor
of board floors. They are suitable lor
any kind of location, be it dry or
damp. They can be built cf any
thickness, single or double or hollow
with tarred paper between to keep out
the cold. They may be placed near
the ground or put far away from It.
They may be even raised ao b'.gh that
there will be room for scratching
sheds under them or for big boxes into
which the manure can be scraped at
cleaning time. They dry out reed!?
If wet. and In tact have few objec-
tional features. They may. however,
if hollow, become the breeding place
cf rati and mice, and tb!a is one of
the great objections ta them. IJce
and nltes find a hiding place ta tbe
cracks bet seen tha boards. It kept
too wet the boards swell and ao
times bulge tip. la cae f Pre they
make good food for the nnflAgraUoa.
They rot tn the course ot time an
from the beginning of that process It
la impossible to keep them clean.
allowed to absorb droppings they be
come thoroughly aerated, and this
odor can aever be taken from them.
These objection arc, however, tjuit
theoretical, a the careful poultry
raiser cat readily preveisl niot
them. First, If the floor la kept cov
ered with sand, dust or other absorb
ent material, the lice will not be like
ly to get Into the cracks, aa Ilea do act
Ilk dust. If often cleaned out th
houe should trot became so fluhy as
to lead to the rotting of the boards.
Th dirt floor bas proved very ob
jectionable in some case, especial'..
where natural soil was ased a
floor. In th case of chirks swek
Amir bas aot lt:fre-,irc!!y proved
source, of supply ot gap worms, an
such chirks have ba killed by gapvs.
when other chicks kept oa board
floors, but la the same poaltry bouse,
hate act beva aCKtHl. Where tha
dirt oor Is used the natural dirt
should not be allowed to came to th
top, but It should be overlaid wit
something else, perhsps coal asfte er
ctndora or eicn aar.d. Tbe d.rt n.
Is alwaya bard to rteaa. eicej t wher
oiurh straw Is uted.
The cement floor will doubt 5es bo
more attentively uted In the future
than It ha hvxn in the jvat. as w
are c v. oily et.tctmg a a cene
at. It t cln. dura: V, rat pnmf,
Pee proor. eas;y cieanro, n'& p-re-
abl by dfvrpincs and o4.krlca.
" or ce folly Hroat. ot C l !.
a few sstufw hffui ca every fartn
ould wivbikiiIi Increase the atre-
gste tticojue f Aaieiric famis.
Aif cSa'Jc IVrftrcU-fif-TAii- :
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A perfed R.-rteJy for Ccasfe
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I Worms I orrvvsla ai itmV j, I
, nrss&ndLossor SlXCP.
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to stwh of Any Ural
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THE DEFIANCE STARCH CO.,
"BAfHIER GLUE LOTED
ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO
THE FINEST DAY TRAIN IN THE WORLD.
Urns St. LcJs Un!:n Statin 11 :00 L If.
Lesvss Wcrld's Hit Statiia . 11:14 U.
rr Ives CM:io 7:00 P. I!.
Leans Ci!:23 11 :03 L K.
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