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i Crusade on
The llfiiry I'hlpps Institute of Phila
delphia, which Ims been established
I s the gcn rona ttift f a wealthy resi
dent of ( ti nt. city. Is dolnj great
v-oik on bt'lin If of person suffering
from pulmonary tube milosla or eon-t-iin,
ptlnn. The physicians employed
by tliU Inf I it'll ton have complin! unnin
enee'Sept rules to bo observed by per
sons suffering from this disease, the
careful following of which will pre
vent the eten!on of ill disease to
others, and will greatly aid the auf
f rem to recover.
Ivm't spit on the sidewalk, on the
fUcrt, nor into any place where you
cannot destroy the germs which you
r) pot- swallow any spit wlch
furaci up from your lungs or which
come out of the back part of your
Spit Into a ap!t cup when It Is pos
sible t do BO.
Always use a spit cup with a han
" to It ' tfcat you can hold It close
to your mouth.
When you u-w a china or earthen
ware spit cup always keep lye and
water In It anil scald out the spit cup
once or twl: a day with boiling
When you use a tin spit cup with
paper spit cup inside burn the paper
cup at least once' a day and scald the
tin cup with boKing water.
Never use a handkerchief or a rag
or any . material other than paper to
spit in or io wipe, your mouth with.
When you cannot spit into a spit
cup, aplt into a paper napkin.
Always ue a paper napkin to wipe
your irouth with, after spitting, and
va careful not to soil your hands.
Always carry a cheap paper bag In
your pocket or caba to put paper cap
Kins In which you have used.
Ween you have used a paper nap
kin, either to spit in or to wipe your
mouth with, fold it up carefully and
lnt it away in the paper tag.
Every evening, before going to bed.
burn your paper ba? together with
the napkins which you have deposited
If you have a mustache or beard
shave it off or crop It cloe.
Always wash your lips and hands
before eaticg or drinking, and rinse
out your mouth.
If you have a running sore take up
the matter which is given off with
absorbent cotton and burn it
. Avoid handshaking and kissing.
These customs are dangerous to you
p. well aa to others. They may give
others consumption: they may bring
you colds and Influenzas which -will
greatly aggravate your dUease and
way prevent your recovery.
Do not cough if you can help It. Tou
can control your cough to a great ex
tent by will power. When you cough
severely bold a paper capkin to your
mouth so as cot to throw out spit
Sit out of doors all rou can. If you
have no other place to ait than the
pavement sit on the pavement In front
of your house.
Don't take any exercise when you
have a hiRh fever.
Always sleep with your windows
open, no difference what the weather
Avoid fatigue. One single exhaust
ion may cbauso the course of your
disease from a favorable one to an un
Go to bed ear'y. If you are work
ing, lie down when you have a few
moments to spare.
Don't take any medicine unless It
l ax been prescribed by your physician.
Medicine may do you harm as well aa
Don't use alcoholic stimulants of
Don't eat pastry or dainties. They
do not nourish you and they may up
set your stomach.
Take your milk and raw eggs
whether you feel like It or not.
Keep up your courage. Make
1-rave Bght for your life. Do what you
r told to do as though your recovery
depended upon the carrying out of
-very little detail.
Always keep In mind that consump
tion can he cured In many caws aud
that It can be prevented In all cases.
If your own disease is too fur ad
vauced for you U recover, connote
yourself with the idea that ou can
Veep those who are near and dear to
you from getting It.
Narva Poisoning Through Indigestion.
Prof. Ttouchard. the cmluet French
scientist, has shown teat the decompo
sition of food wlil.h often takes place
In the atotiiach and lutestlnea In In
digestion give rise to powerful pol
sons. When absorbed Into the body,
these produce effects en'lrely similar
to those produced by atrychnla. opium,
alcohol, and other poisonous drugs. If
food Is rctalud In the stomach b
yxmd the normal time, either because
of its IndigeaUbtUty, the taking of too
large a quantity of It, or a crippled
state of the stomach, these change
re certain to take place.
This fact explains very large
share of the distressing aymploms
union afflict the chronic dyspeptic.
Tho Biddlues. the tiiigllng aeusallons,
the coufuslon of thought, and even
partial Insensibility, which are not in
frequently observed a few hours after
meals In chronic dytepttca, are due
to this cause. Here la Ibe explanation
f the Irascibility, the despondency,
the pessimism, the Indecision, and
vnriiHta other forms of mental perver
sity and even moral dcpiavity, which
to no. Infrequently associated "h
cerUiu forms of Indigestion. Tha to
tal depravity which w often hesr
miked about. Is. half the time, noth
lug more nor than tot si Indlges
A Convincing Test.
In ti e Far Kast the Japanese have
won victories which have astonished
the world. They show themselves to
be more enduring, more resistant to
the effects of wounds, keener wilted,
sharper in tactics, and Quicker In exe
cution than their Rtissisn antagonists.
The Jap Is content with a simple diet
of rice, peas, or beans, which is quick
ly digested and converted Into brawn
and brains, while the Russian must
have h! meat and his vodka.
The same dietary, the same simplic
ity and naturalness la habits of life,
which give toughness of fiber and en
durance and Immunity agalnBt Infec
tion, afford equal advantages In fight
ing the battle of life In any direction.
The brain worker who wanta to keep
his mental vision clear and desires
power to pursue his subject with un
ceasing; energy, must keep his blood
clean by a pure, simple, natural diet.
The lawyer, the clergyman, the busi
ness man. the teacher, the Investiga
tor, the inventor, will find the same
advantages In living In harmony with
natural principle as does the plucky
Japanese soldier, who Is, for the first
time, testing his metal by a great con
test with an army of ctvillied men.
Alcohol vs. Long Life.
It Is very easy to prove that the In
fluence of alcohol, as of every other
poison. Is to shorten life. Dr. Wtllard
Parker of New York. show from sta
tistics that for every ten temperate
persons who die between the ages of
twenty-one and thirty, fifty-one Intern
perate persons die. Thus It appears
that the mortality of liquor users Is
five hundred per cent greater than
that of temperate persons. These fig
ures are based on the tables used
by life Insurance companies.
Notwithstanding the constant pro
test of both moderate and immoderate
drinkers, that alcohol does not harm
them, that It Is a necessary stimulus,
a preventive of fevers, colds, consump
tion, etc.. and the assertion of certain
chemists that it is a conservative
agent, preventing waste, and ao pro
longing life, the distinguished English
actuary, Mr. Nelson, has shown from
statistical data which cannot be gain
said, that while the temperate man
has at twenty years of age an aver
age chance of living forty-four and
one-fifth years, the drinking man has
a prospect ot only fifteen and one half
yesrs of life. At thirty years of age
the temperate man may expect thirty
six and one half years more of life,
while the dram-drinker will be pretty
certain to die in less than fourteen
On the other hand, the Tteehabltc
roeietiea In England show statistics
clearly Indicating that total abstinence
Is In the highest degree conducive to
Effects of Alcohol Upon Digestion.
Prof. Kochlakofl of St. Petersburg
has experimented upon five healthy
persons, aged from twenty-one to twenty-four
years, -with reference to the
effects of aicohoj upon digestion. Ten
minutes before each meal, each person
was given about three ounces of alco
holic liquor, containing from five to
fifty per cent of alcohol, which Is
about the proportion found In ordinary
liquors. The following results were
"Voder the Influence of alcohol the
quantity of hydrochloric acid, as well
as the digestive power of the gastric
Juice, la diminished. This enfeebling
of the digestion Is especially marked
In persona unaccustomed to the use of
Ir. Klgg of Edinburgh made the fol
lowing experiments to test the Influ
ence of alcohol uKin digestion: He
fed two dogs equal quantities of roast
mutton. He then administered to one
dog. by passing a tube Into the stom
ach, one and one fourth ounces of
alcohol. After five hours both dogs
wera killed and examined. The one
which had taken no alcohol was found
to have digested the meat entirely,
whereas digestion hsd scarcely begun
In the animal to which alcohol had
Savory Soup- ok half a pint of
(mall navy or soup beans In three
pint of water for two hours, adding
li.lllug water as needed. In a sepa
rate kettle place two small parsnips,
scraped and sliced, one good izd
onion cut tine, two stalks of celery
and half a can of tomatoes. Cover
welt with boiling water and cook
until the vegetablea are very tender;
then add the beans and press all
through a fine colander or soup si rain
er. Keturn to tb stove, simmer a
moment, and Just before serving, stir
in slowly a cupful of toot cream or
rich milk. A ran of sweet corn may
be aubstltuted for Ibe bean. Aa It
take lesa time, and may be put In
with the other vegetables. It Is some
times preferred by the housewife who
Is her own cook.
Nut Cha. Take one cup of raw
peanut butter, one half cup of corn
starch, one cup of tomato Juice, and
oue teaspooiiful of salt. Dissolve the
nut butter and cornstarch In the tomato-
Juice; add salt, and teat .fur
five minute. Pour luto a granite
bowl and cover and tera for four or
Jve hours. Dry off In the oven, and
when cool, slip from the boL
Counted Him Twice.
This story was told me by a brother
flrtton. and it may be old; but I can't
help repealing tt, so here goes; An
KngllnhmaQ was standing outside a
saloon In l.onilondcrr.v. He beard
sound of conflict, and suddenly a
3ark object shot out of the doorway.
It picked Itself up and spoke to the
onlooker. "D.d you See tunt? Htand
here you arc and count the dead
one as they come out." Then Patt
.llHAppeared Inside again. A minute
later another (lark object shot out
into the main street. "One," said the
Englishman. "Slop that counting, ye
idjlt." exclaimed the object, picking
himself up. "H' me agin."
Oldest Inhabitant Again.
"That's the highest the Jordon has
ever been known to raise," said oue
nf Methuselnh's fr!eni Just aftef a
treat rise In the historic river.
"Oh, no," replied Methuselah. "It
was a foot higher than that about 809
years ago. when I waa a lad of 104."
Some women think the only stamp
of elegance necessary I to wear a
Doing Great Work.
Ward. Ark.. March 6th (Special
-From all over the West reports
come of cures of different forma ol
Kidney Disease by Dodd's Kidney
Pllla, and this place U not without
rvljence of the great work the Oreat
American Kidney Remedy la doing.
Among the cured here Is Mr. J. V.
Waggoner, a well known cltUen. who.
In an Interview, says: "Dodd'a Kidney
Pills have done wondora for me. My
kidney and bladder were badly out
of order. I used many medicines, but
got nothing to cure me till I tried
Dodd'a Kidney Pills. Two boxes ol
them fixed roe up ao that I have been
well ever since.
"Tell the poor kidney and bladder
diseased people to take Dodd' Kid
ney Pill and get well."
No case of kidney complaint Is too
far gone for Dodd'a Kidney Pills to
cure. They are the only remedy that
has ever cured Brlght's Disease. '
Real Suffering. "We women." she
was saying again, "suffer in, silence."
"I can readily believe that you do
tuffer In silence," the man replied.
You take so much pleasure In talk."
When Your Grocer Say
he does not have Defiance Starch, you
may be sure he ts afraid to keep It u ri
al his stock or 12 os. packages ars
K!d. Defiance Starch Is not only bet-
er than any oth-r Cold w ater Starch.
tut contains It ox. to the packs and
Us for same money aa II ox. brands.
Sympathy. Mrs. Royle "I have had
such a cold that I couldn't speak for
Mrs. Coyle "How you must have
Shake la Towr Bhnea.
Allen Foot-Kase, a powder, cares rc.io-
ful, smarting, nervous (et and ingrowing
nails. It's the greatest comfort ducovery
of the age. Makes new shoes e.tsy. A
certain care for sweating feet. Sold nv all
druegists, 25c Trial package J-KEE.
Address A. S. Olmsted, L hoy, N. Y.
Columbus would not have discover
ed America if he bad been guided by
Important to Mothers.
Eimio csffu:;y eirry boot of CA!TrT!A.
s Hf and sure fvoxxly fur tufants sail cbii-lrra.
ai4 m Ibal it
TJts For 0"rt SO V.mr.
Tfaa Kind Yoa limn tiwajr BuaUi,
Voluminous muffs with fulled ends
are furnished with narrow hand of
tur aud lined with white satin.
vn inc. T M mr m
wa irow nail iiiur. lutrvf l og. p&-KUT4 s
Ocas. Tb Kum I'cimpttiijr, Su.a Uroii, i&4.
There Is nothing so strong or safe
in any emergancy of life as the simple
sTaJkinir machines Victor and hdt-
aon are the best; cash ar asymseti. $1
weakly. Write today. JENKINS' MUSIC
CO., KANSAS CITY, MO. 3.0x r words in
StUkk, iirutiou thia paper.
"John." (aid Mrs. Twice wed, "you
are a brute: You don t express any
sorrow that my mother Is dying I
don't believe you'r care If all my rela
"Yea, I would, Maria." answered the
brute, cheerfully. "I often find myself
grieving over the death of your first
husband." Cleveland leader.
Aunt Jane "No. Clara, you areu't
pretty. Hut I euppose the young man
who calls upon you tell you you are
the most beautiful woman la all the
Clara "Ye, but It I after I bava
lowered the gaslight." Ilostoa Tran
script. He'd Seen 'Em. "What business I
papa In. mamma?" asked little Robbie.
"Why, he's la tba hard war busi
ness, my boy."
"And doe he sell cockroachea, mam
ma?" "Why. Robbie! What a question!
Of course he doesn't"
"Well, he's got a algn on the store
window which read, 'We aell every
thing that I found to the kitchen.'"
China not only denies that It faa
violated neutrality, but tnnke It clear
that It wilt do either Russian or Jap
anese laundry work at regular proa
It require a derrick to. get loran
people out of tb rut onto the aapbelL
A d-Hiler alway ttnokaa cigar that
A WORLD'S PAIR INVESTIGATION.
An Inquiry Into Chs'a'i Against the
WASHINGTON.--A Federal Investi
gation of the St. I.ouls World' (air
management and the ventilation of an
alleilned sciimliil growing out of the
government's participation In the ex
poUtlon Is promised. Through the or
Iglnal appropi inilon of S million dollars
for the fair the government acquired a
one third Interest of all property re
maining when the fair closed. The
city of St. Louis and the fair corpora
tion were the other owner. In the re
port of the Federal fair commission, of
which Senator-elect Carter Is chair
mint. It will be charged that the
World' fair managers have sold at
private sale to the Chicago House
Wrecking company for $ISO.tR0 proper
ty worth 2 million dollars. The prop
erty consists of buildings, machinery
and other material of great value.
RUSSI A N S "7t B T R E A T SLO WLY.
Japanese Army Forceing It Way on
MUKDEN, MANCHURIA Driven
from Putlloff hill and Novgorod rill by
a rain of heavey projectiles from the
Japanese artillery, aided by desperate
charges by the Japanese Infantry, the
Russian forces are stubbornly fighting,
but alowiy retiring.
The thunder of cannon la heard
from all positions, lloth Putiloff and
Novgorod hills are now hid by the
smoke from the guns. A heavy bom
bardment also continues In the vicinity
of the Shakha river bridge.
The advance pot of the Russians
have been driven bark two miles. The
hwses on both sides have been heavy.
Many dead have been left Uon th
field. The Russians have been forced
to abandon the Bhakhe river bridge.
NORWAY MAY CAUSE A WAR.
The Trouble With Sweden Reaching
a National Crista.
I1ERIJN. Reports from Norway
are causing considerable anxiety for It
Is recognized that the ministerial
crisis Is only the transition stage of a
national crisis which may end In civil
war between Norway and Sweden.
There seems no doubt that tho Nor
wegian party Is determined to bring
alnwt a separation, bet wen Norway
and Sweden by force of arms if neces
sary. There Is little chance of the
Swedish party giving way. as the
Swedish fleet is in position to block
ade Norway and bring the commercial
life of the country to a standstill in
twenty four hours.
ARE FIGHTING LIKE THE BOERS.
Germany Unable to Conquer the H se
re ro In Southwest Africa.
BERLIN. Alarming new again
comes from Southwest Africa, where it
had been hoped that order had leen re
stored. Officially, It is said that the
Herreros still under arms number le
than 5.OO0, but li ts admitted that the
Herman troop hae in-en unable to
conquer them. Using the same tactics
a the HcM-rs used against Great Htltain
these natives keep up an Incessant
warfare, which completly exhausts the
German soldiers, a great many of
whom are unfit for flshling because of
the unhealthy climate and the lacw cf
NEBRASKA AFTER STANDARD OIL.
The Hous Passed an Anti-Trust Mesa.
ur to force Publicity.
LINCOLN. N EH. The house has
passed the anil lrut bill by a vote of
72 to 10. It baa still to l-e considered
by the senate. The bill exempt do
mestic corporations In Its provisions.
and It author, Representative Junk in,
said while ll affected all foreign public
crportioiia, It was aimed specially at
the o-called beef trust And Standard
Oil companies. Publicity, by the med
ium of complete report to the attorney
general and aevere penalities for viola
lion of the anti-rebate provision are
leading feature of the bill.
TOO LIVELY IN WASHINGTON.
Ex-Govrnor Dock try Didn't Wait to
See the Inauguration.
KANSAS CITY. Ex Governor A.
M. IVmkery did not stay In Wanhlne
ton to ew the inauguration of Presi
dent Roosevelt. He arrived here on
the way home. Ho said:
"It's too hard to git anything to
eat; the crowds are so large; there
Is so much noise and all Inanimations
are alike. I ve seen several and I de
cided to cotua back to Gallatin wherv
A Kansstan Charged With Bigamy.
GARNETT KAS-H. K. llradbury.
owner of the Royal hotel In thl place.
waa arrested on the charge of bigamy.
The complaint Is made William Well-
em an. Tb woman w o says she I
wife No 1 la a resident of Joplln. Mo.
The aecond Mrs. Bradbury baa left
town. A similar caae against llrad
bury In Kansas City tn June, 19U2, waa
Ever occur to you that corn bread
la becoming mora popular?
A Soldier' Horn Cta ItO.OOO.
TOPEKA, Senator Noftiger waa
unable to aecure an Increase In the ap
propriation for the maintenance of the
Dodge City Soldiers' home for more
than i,!oo. The way and and mean
coiiUiitlee had recommended that the
amouui for maintenance be reduced.
Tower to B th Kair'a Quest,
liKKI.IN, The Kaiser ha sent a
pt-rwiual letter to Charlemagne Tower,
the United State ambassador, contain
In: an Invitation to be hit luoat during
Kits) regatta week.
SETTING STRAWBERRY PLANTS.
.. . a
The Difference Betwtsn Season Fully
Spring planting tsf stravrhenic
nhlch require work and has the use
of one's land a wholo yenr without
profit, may be a good system In dry
uniiiier. but In wet summers like
IJul and the last three, give mo late
iimimcr and fall plurttliut. My spring
plants were put on clean ground, but
rains in sm on and mnde It too wet
to go upon with horse and cultivator,
but weeds grew like magic. Ilelng
busy with more pressing work, they
had to be. hoed or given to the weeds,
not counting other crops, whirh
would have to ho neglected, u would
cost more than the berries would
bring, and so much of tho spring plant
ing must be plowed under. Now, let
us look at the August planting. Early
potatoes and bean vine were turned
under August 1. First runner were
set In row three Inches apart August
6 and would have made matted row
before frost, I fallowed to do ao. A.
J. Ooldsborough, In Western Fruit
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
fits LOCAL APR! ICATIONS. thy eBot Mf
tb of ibe fllu4 fatarrb h tivl r rtico-luc-mal
Md to nrW to rnrt It y mn Imk
lmntt ri 1 Ilii' 1 itt i:urla tka to-
lrnttlf . ftr.-l ueM S!r--t;T tb SuiwS and tbu-tic
ttrfwwt. Mall's I'aiarrh fiimli i.trl tf
ib. It aa prttcrtt'wj br o of lb Hl plivatr'ftoa
Is tlilHii.lrT tr yr ar.d ! a nf lar pm-r'th.
It ! romp f tba tpt luelca kMn. rirb!ii4
with lbs lt Sl.iod r-nrtflort actlna- dtrertly -a tba
aiur- airfarea, Tl srt--t w-mbfaall-a ,.f tba
tw lnirt(llnta fa bal n4u- aurb iolrrful ra-
viia la carina caiar-n. mm r-r tomvaia. fra.
I I llinnt CO., I'rupa., INa4o,Ui
ba truirctta. ftr-o TV-.
TaAS iiail a t aiMlj run tut CCBattpaUoa.
Mamma: Kecause It Isn't polite.
Johnny: Huh! Then I a'poae I'll
have to lay for hlra and fight him on
Gallops for Aid.
Wlien your atomach Is all npset.
your liver In bad ahape. your bowels
out of whack, your head like to split,
and every nerve In your body on
edge. Dr. Caldwell Syrup Pepsin gal
lop for aid and you get IL. It clear
out your poisoned system, brings
fresh, clean blood supply to all your
digestive organs, and restore to you
that comfortable feeling of perfect
health. Sold by all drueglsta at 50c
and tl.Ou. Money back it It falls.
To err is human; not to air others'
error is divine.
Wanted Representative tn every
community. Money-making home bus
iness. Any one ran do IL Find cut
what It Is. Send address. l. A.
Donohue & Co , Chicago.
If the years have done nothing else
for a man, they have changed his p
Inloa of what constitutes a good time.
at kef On t garrat r(an for rbtldrwa.
Successfully used by Mother Gray, nana
ia the Childre o'e Home id New York, cur
Constipation. Feverishoeas, Bad Stomach,
Teething Disorder, move and reculaia lb
Dowels aad Destroy Worms. Ovwr 3tl.U
mtimooials. At all druK'ts, 25c. Sample
FHEli. Address A.S.OImied.L Roy.N.Y. ,
1 " 11 1
For the afternoon gown, bruadctotit U
Woman 's Kidney Troubles
Lydia E. PlnKhaxn's Vegetable Compound Is Espe
cially Successful in Curing Thla FataJ
fjg) Tlrs. J. UAL any and Alrj. S. FraKe
Of all the dUraa- known, with
which women ace afflicted, kidney dis
riM la the most fatal. Io fact, unleaa
early and correct treatment 1 applied,
the weary patient ieldom uI'VIka.
luing fully aware of this. Mrs. Pink
ham. early la her career, gave exhaust
ive study U the aiil'Ject, and iu pro
ducinir b'T great remedy for woman's
Ills I.y.lia K. liiiWhams Vvgrtable
Compound - waa careful to aa that It
contained the correct coiublnatlori of
hertMi willed waa sure to txmlrul that
fata) iliM-wr. wotuan'a ki.lliry truublea.
lbe Vegetable loin pound act iu bar
ttiony with tli lawa that aorrri,th
entire female system, and while there
are many ao tilled reined tna for kidney
troubles, t.ytlia r. riufctiau. a vege
table Compound la tha ouly one espe
cially prepared for women, and thou
aauda have bean cured of -rlous kulury
derwngementa by it. lerangmenVs of
lb fcuilnina organa quickly affect the
kidneys, and when a woman haa such
aynpUHn tva pain ur weight la the
lulus, backache, bearing- down pain,
urine too frequent scanty or hlga col
ored, producing aoaldinr or burwlug,
or depoatta like brick oust In It; un
usual thirst, swelling-of hand and feet,
welling- nnder the eyee or sharp paioa
in the bark running; down the tnald
of her groin, she may be aura her kid
ney are affected and should low no
time In combating tha diseaaa with
I.ydla E. Pinkbam' Vegetable Com
pound, the woman rawed for wo
Tha following letter ahow how
Warveloualy uccaaful It la.
Ltd! E. rinkham's Ve.ctuble C4MBhaintt
I Off I tr.3WI FIRE CP.!E0 SEED COSS Y""ik"'''.i""r
I VII A aliiSI I Ilia. VIUI.U ! to buaba.a ! era wr a-a l- b.ai.Ubr
loatUmai Kl flora Why doa't yoa flo lh aam i ua arn4 ou inrraj .ir,i":ra f ur
faat aarlatlaa. with aad Sataliiua traak LKa t lav thm pacr Ota UltUi ua Sara aaa,! fwf ihtai
fctaA l Ou.iara wsara tu aw a.aSa oaa. Adtlraaa,
. , i. S. Aftaif HOIta SUNS, 4 Cr Crtwart, Diawwf lie. tl. UanaedoaJi,
FROM MISERY TO HEALTH.
A Prominent Club Woman, of Kantaa
City, Writs to Thanh Doan' Kld
ny Pill for a Quick Cure
Ml' Nellie DavU. of 1210 Michigan.
City, Ho., society
ls..-r and club
"I cannot any too
much In praise of
Pill, fur they
effected a com
plete, cure In a
very abort tWua
when I wa aufferlng from kidney
trouble brought. a by cold. I had
severe pain in the back and alcH
headache, and felt miserable alt over.
A few boxes of Doan'a Kidney Pill
made me a well woman, without aa
ache or pain, and I feel compelled to
recommend thla reliable remedy."
(Signed) Nellie Davis, j
A TRIAL FREE Addres Fosler
Mllburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. For sale
by all dealers. Price. 60 cents.
The appearance of comic valentines
in the window should suggest It to
some public-spirited Individual to work
for a safe and aane Valentine' day.
t do ant beli've Ilao's tMre for Cotwunipnoai
bos an equal for eou-b and oUL. Joas Y
Uovaa. Trinity iiprtrurs, lad., Ftx. !, liwu
The chances are that the man who
look before he leaps won't leap.
"fr. tHlit Kninalr-i rarnrtt riieT
acr irt r--r Uia Ur urrj B- af'r J Mr '.if
auaarUHt. a i-apru. Albaay, Y - 1 - tttfrM fcuawtaa. St.
A miserly man I one who refuse
to lend you a few dollar.
A isrjwf 9 . ptfw-Kaar H-t !" Halt TV.iie. on!r
toruw. T&a Kuu Oomi-aay. huuta Itead. luX
It la best to settle a quarrel with
out any euulde Interference.
IsU' "Single Hinder" strsiifht &eclrr.
No othi-r lira nd of ciirar is so ppu)ar w lib
the smoker. Ha has lrau-ned L rty upa
it uniform high quality. Uu' FacUiry,
Every housekeeper should know
that If they will buy Defiance Cold
Water Starch for laundry use they
will ear not only time, becausa It
never stick to the Irvn, but becausa
! each package contains 16 ox. one full
I pound while all other Cold Water
j Starches are put up In , .pound pack-
agea, and the price I the same. 19
j centa. Then aicaln because DeAanca
j Starch l free from a!) Injurious chern
j Icala. If your grocer trlca to ; you
a 12-ox. package It I becausa he haa
a stock on band which be wishes to
; dispose of before be put In Defiance.
He knows that Defiance Starch haa
J printed on every package In targe let
; tera and figure "IS oa." IH-niAOj De
fiance and sate much time and money
and lb annoyance tf the trua a'.Uk-
In;. Defiance never stick.
On coat of moderate cost o great
many braid are used.
Mr, amoel V'rake, ot Iropeci
Plaina, N. J., writca :
I -wjm Uajk ftva anough fnr wdat I villa
K rinkiisnis t r;ntl miiuivI has l-ma
for RM VV ImnI 1 fira wrofal ta yoat I bad aajf
fnraat f rar yxar wok wttat tli .!. clia
kull- -ruijhaa an4 aHtiarti'an nf Um wufut.
M v ' t.l ilc-a.lfi.hr ail lt tinw, and t
a.i.T-t , Willi that tawing ta fllng I
timid twnMIr walk imai !! ruan. 1 ill' I no
r-a any tw-ltjar, at iji-i,l ui at. wt tt'a-tirtttg
nth my (irin ami taka l.T-lia K l ink
hatn't Vrv-ttaa 1 -Kii.rajtMt and 1 am thank
fit) to amy It nas aiilirrly mmi mat I do all
mv oar a work, ha ihi tit- ba- k tMtm mu4
ail Uta tavt avuipitatia baa ttaanmarat
1 caih'4 pfaMa )uur tna.ti tita aaMMia-b. ant
wmihl alua all wxutati suOuautg wiUi kaluy
truubt hi try it
Mr. 3. W. f-ung. of oJ Third A Ve
nus, New York, writes!
lar Mra llnkhain-
1 bate lawn a ' surTarar with ktliwr
tnajlilav XI lav k arnwl all tha ttnia au4 X
waa itianturagait. I itaatnl that l.vrita K.
Ptnkham Vaarxabla 'utnpound wnukt enre
kidney dtaaa. oast I bawan Iu taka Hi iikI I
bas curwti oca w bam avert Uung awaa baMl f ailad.
I hava rwuminaaKbal It U k.4 ! paupas aud
lny U xwtaa It vary blUly.
Mra, IMnkbMUt'a (Standing- In.
Women Buffering from kid nay
trouble, or any form of female weak
neaa arw Invited u promptly oumruunt
eata with Mra Pinkbam. at l.ynn,
Maaa. tut of tha great vol a ma of s-iM-rienc
which ahe haa to draw from,
it ta wore than likely aha haa tba very
Knowieogw mat wui urip your
Her advice ta free aad alway heip-
I Weataa's Ctmrdr tor Votnati's IHa.
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