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Prslty Clrl tuffr4 From Narveutnet and.
Patvia Catarrh -rmid Quick IteM
la Fm Dap.
Ha Sadie Robinson, 4 Rand street,
2talten, Uim., writes:
'I'erann wa reoomroemled to roe
bout a year afro a an excellent remedy
for the trouble peculiar to our sex. ami
aa I found that all that was aall of thin
medicine cm true, 1 axu plcaactl to
" began to sts M about terra atari bt
ago tor weakness and nervoumneaa,
earned from overwork and aleenieta
asrss, and found that la a few dayu I
began to grow at rang, my appetite la
creased and I began to ateep better,
conteauently my nerroutnena passed
away and the weakness la the pelvic
organa aooa disappeared and I have
been well and tlrong ever tinea."
Addrraa Dr. R It. lUrtman. President
t The Hartman Sanitarium, Cnluinbus,
O., for free medical advice. All corres
pondence strietlv confidential.
is incomplete as long
as you are not using
Try it anii sstitfy yoorself that
oothiog raakst th clcMh so bite.
Al groiarv Larg 2 -ounce packsge
luinia. hmcmtt iSm oima
W. H. U. KANSAS CITY. NO. 2. 1905.
THE CPPORTUKITY CF TO-DAY
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la Um T lavs
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rMtA. - 4 4 Mr- - '...ra
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ft Ijana 4 1 r a4 wm -f !
vt4 IM4 aw, ftt arras lb kf text
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mt tim UftttaaV. P 4 aiia a
f rfr'W'twi 1 her r vfi!4 s Ail
If t"9 towrwtsi wil m y Mil,
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ffimib flt ffvrwiiM- fit fr .-f f
ST. tOUIl. NO.
1 m s -!a
ItmW vttk lli Mralur t 'ftv
n i r , ei kKwifeM a4 immi Mtairl.
I'HUnl It Mi MuN Itm j tf.au44 I t
a4 svMKjtl tha U Mitarr f mil
TOttJ T AND WOMII aprctAL CSCS
TrM tw Ito- UMrctl-aw Ptm.
IM a. ruiH Cmhii IHin,
Sorve Vour Soup
Tomalo, Jalwaaa. Cooaoaiaia. t'titrtm
wmiaa. t aar aia a,aaair piatMuaa M.Hrvaa la aal- tttl aauata.bH? .
Llbby's ZZZ Food Products
Corned Bf Hash Bonl Chicken Vienna Savueaga
Oa Tongue Voup) llarn Loaf
rar VrtMWikava (arm
Ltbkv. MeMatll t Hbk. Ckloaa
Tlia rlrh yuung luan making M
"What liiflni-eil jon lo rail on nik
In irefi-rkire- to lha oQier lrl?"
aiikel (lie tx-autirul trulil.
"AUvihol brmiKht me to thla," ro
jilli'il the young man.
It kh iix J that ncn ax-d an inch
"8lr," he flanhed, "do yon mean to
ay you had to t Intoxicated b for
ou came here?"
"Of course not My automobile runr
In th" eonre of her experience nn a
tca litr on the Eat Bide, Myra Keller
once reclved the following composition
from an 8 year-old child upon the com
parallv importance of the aim and
moon. The moon la of great u, for
It llgbta up the dark nlghu, but the
un la not much ua, for the dayt ara
alwaya light anyway." New Vork
Btorka have no oice. Tlia only
nol they maVe la "klapperlng"
(snapping their great red mandibler
rapidly and loudly).
A native of Uganda becomes a aocl
ety leader by buying an American
liboU-graph and feting It up In hi. but.
Utle Willie"! ay, pa, what la an
empfy title?" Ia "An empty title,
my aon. Is your mother'k way of re
ferring to me aa the bead of the housa
when there are visitor preaent."
Clugow Evening Times.
D Your Clothe Look Yollowf
Than d Traare Kiarrk. It will kaey
vui-ii oa. (or iu ma
t.lvei of great men often rcmalnd
us that we should not get mixed up
In the same kind of scandals.
tteflance Ftarch ts put op 1 ounces
In a tarkt. eenta. One-third
more starch for the mine money.
One clce thing about funerals la
that the corpe can stand all the futs
that's made over bim.
r-a- the rataors
R! Crw Hil Hie. tarce t-ot. park are
ct-ta Tie Hum I'umpaoj. SooJi UoaI. IoX
One of the best ways to keep a
refutation for being a good talker
Is not to talk too much.
I. ITS r'naaanUT rmtr4. o mmr mi inn. ir
I arw( J iA iw. kiln, t .Ir-nbS hmn.
f " ritt Kflim vtmt tou
aaaiuu,Ua,naMMiM, - r- -. tt
Perhars a few rich men may be
able to get Into heaven by showing
their tax receipts.
Mn. WImIaw' SAathtoa- fTTft.
Tt ' unain. afl tba r nr, rodtar ta
fcain liiia.vytaa.amtmaaftoau. Kalfuaua
If a woman ha a good complexion
another woman who doen't Ilka her
can tell you bow sue puts It oa.
Very few dignified men ara huitt
Icra. Try Ona Packaga.
if "Pefiance Btarch" does not
please you. return It to your deaier.
If It does you get one-third more for
the same money. It will give you
satisfaction, and will not slick to the
Making face at her bitty la an un
pardonable offence In the eyes of a
c-arM tw dwniaud aad BaaJa baautifu)
aad ataUi&Iul by ujatig
A Rock Ceraent ZrJ1:?
mt rukor aoaiav ln-ra H i ynwai4
'vnnla. Urn vaahlug -f vaiia aiw nan ai
pu&. Aay cava traah It ta-aui artik
44 tMar. Haia batiaa aa1 arhltaolog, aa-J
the a- valuma tmi-t. aiaw-U axa-k aa4
trmmutnf M,y W IL. iKKaf SaMaaa
Itoatui CaaM-ituI haia aal aalv-d lia hot
vauvt mm avol fcatye i fca aawaaavliavy pray ally
f AUaatattava. Xmmf ar aw a oa a Ilk
flaa r (- aalaial aaaoar. whUh rata,
atlag ttlaaaaa aaa-aaa. rvhalaar. aamliatt
aa4 apvlllBa waila, atMklaia. vlaw au.
SaiaK auat Im) aaad off evacf raavr xu
W ana aur. liar AUban aala la
alaa swa4 parkac-a, reaawrlf la Ik 1 Ml.
Tiat aud, Jpmij all atxt ealluul (i-atra.
tlmta oa fwnraHiia. aa4 ottr aalaMa ear
tcaa ia r.aktas autur iiaaaa, It a at
Qnmd kpWa. mtctv. ar IM its? Sc, ft. V.
::rtk "x. o o o . o o o
lNU .MsM!-. aar 4UI frtHat fw ., I'tawna 10.
Wtitlta - ataaaav. at Pt. will alaaaa taa
GEIi. GOMEZ DEAD
FAMOUS CUBAN WARRIOR EX
WAS ALMOST 80 YEARS OLD
Had Been Fighting For Cuban Freedom
All His Life Cot His Military
Training In Fighting In the
HAVANA. general Maximo Gtca
db'd at S o'clock Saturday evening. 1
Mstlmo Gomez, Cuban revolution
it t, patriot and general, was born at
Hurl, Santo Domingo, in H2G. He
served In the Bpaniah army In Kanio
Domingo and la Cuba, but In Cuba be
became dtsanmted with Spanish rule
and especially with the dlabonesty and
cruelty of Vllar, who wa in rommanJ
of the Epanlnh forces, and whom Go
mes personally axaaulted. He left the
Spaniab army, ae.it led down as a plant
er, and In the fueurrectlon of 1SC8
78 Joined the Insurgents and was made
a colonel by tl-e Cuban president.
Cespedes. He was active and able, and
after Agramonle's death was put lu
command of the Insurgents In
The end came quietly in the beauti
ful temporary borne at the seaside In
the suburb of Ve.lsJo. to which Gen
eral Gomez was taken on bis return
from Santiago. President Palma, ac
companied by General Andrade, ar
rive about a quarter of an bour pre
vious to the death of General Gomez.
The distinguished patient's heart bad
weakened steadily since 11 o'clock in
the morning and failed to respond to
stimulants. Several timet during his
king Illness General Gomez had shown
recuperative powers that were aston
ishing. His real illness extended over
forty-six days, although bis health had
been falling for some montiis prior to
WASHINGTON. Army anj navy
officers are showing symptoms of
alarm and even panic over the EaM
ern situation. There is an clement
In both branches of the military ser
vice that believes Japan's sweeping
guccofs againct Ru;ia to be a menace
againut the t'nited States in the Ban:.
Consequently important recommenda
tions have beeu made both in the
War and the Navy department for the
Immediate strengthening of the land
and water forces of this government
In the far Pacific.
A few navy officers are Spain In
dulging In extravagant talk regarding
the battlefiblp necessities of the navy.
Some of them are advocating a naval
plan calling for tbirtv-t.ii battlethlps.
It Is proposed to m!ntain a fleet of
twelve battWbipK In the Philippines,
a fleet of sixteen on the Atlan'lc coast
and a fh-et of right on the Pacific.
While no obji-ction Is found by caal
officers to the plan of having thirty
six hat-.k-fbiiMi. there is much criticism
of the propose 1 distribution. The ex
perienced officers of the war college
say the strangest fleet thould be kept
in borne waters and (bat six or eijibt
battlehipi are enough to maintain
In the Philippines.
A SANTA FE CASE CONFERENCE.
Morton, Moody and the President D a
cussed the Rebate Case.
WASHINGTON A long ronftrtnet
was held at the WM'e House Satur
lay. the Pref.ldent, Secretary Morton
and Attorney General Mwdy being the
participants The conference related
to the Atchison, Topeka & 8anta Ke
railroad rebate ces which has been
pending belure the Lenment of Jus
tW-e several muntha. Secretary Mor
ton Is brought Into the raae by bis
statement that wbrn be was a vice
president of the Santa Ke relates were
grantcj by that )slem to the Colors
do Kmc and Iron company.
After the conference cloned Mr
Moody said a full statement of the
rase would Inn lu-l by hint Tueioiay
At the same time ITitl.lcnt Uoostvrlt
will make a statement of the poaltion
of the administration. While neither
Secretary Morton nor Attorney Gen
eral Moody would dtxcuaa the mutter
St tli It lime. It cau be ald that the
former ba rouH4 the fullest Inquiry
iuto bis railroad transact iue.
Franc and Germany Disagree.
PAK1S. The strained relation be
tweeu France and Germany otcr Mo
rcco conttuue to she rite to serious
apprehension, but, while ojx-nly ad
matins that there are real diffrullio
involved the oflicials pro(l aainat
this U-ltig lusde of exaerated re
(Miita. Such reports have Itet-n circve
lated for sevet-al days past by a small
and uoiiiUtirntlal section of (he prear.
One report that Germany had submit
ted an ultimatum broiiaht out a form
al deuial from the foivin office.
Cholera Spreading in Russia.
ST. I'KTKUSHl'KG The anxittj
rauaed by the danger of an pMin.!c
of rbolcra ia graving. A ti'u-r
(nini Soonoic. Polaud, reports thai
deaths from f holer a are inrnrttif
daily there, and three ( lmlu-J
to be t holt i a. are reported In Tula.
The Emprwaa Augusta Victoria lit
BKKIJ.V Kmpreaa AuKusta Vi-tor
ta la IndlapoaeJ and baa been cbltged
to cancel all public etrenn nts (or
the prvaeut. So far as known bi
IHuess Is not serious
But It I Net.
"ATI a woman saks la tt be Jov-1,"
aya a giisbiug poet. Then alt this
stuff about b'r wanting Umnt and
jewelry iut be a vile slander.
In Kanaas City "pesy eoterUin
meat parlor" is a pli'.rw-irs; h tbst
raaders the prelude frtjm W ajcriers
"Parsifal." Althwrh the vipie who
noy Wacnrrtan mut.ic are not, as a
rule, the ones that vlalt "penny en
tertainment psrlora." the Taralfal"
pbonoyrsph is Ibe best morey maker
In the place. "W fcav peoplaj armind
that phoniiairaph almost all the time,"
aald one of the manaaera of the parlor
recently. "Most of them. I tiilbk.
bear the selection sirnpiy thrrmirh
curiosity. They ant to see what this
touch talked of Psrsifsr I like.
"Gracious! my dear." laid the flrtt
society belle spitefully, "I da hope
you're not 111. You look so much older
"I m quite well, thank yon, dear,"
replied the other. "And yon bow woo
derfully improved you are. Ton look
poslilvely young." Philadelphia
The mere fact that there is a tunnel
by which one can travel through the
Aipe Is not going to reduce the mor
tality among the Idiots who think tbey
must climb the peaks. Denver Repub
lican. AGONY OF SORE HANDS.
Cracked and Peeled Water and Heat
Caused Intense Pain Could Da
No Housework Grsteful
"My bands cracked and peeled, and
were so sore It was Impossible for me
to do my housework. If I put them la
water 1 was ia agony for hours; and
if I tried to cook, the beat caused in
tense pain. ! consulted two doctor,
but their prescription were utterly
useless. And now after using one cake
cf Cuticura Soap and one box of Cuti
cura Ointment my bands are entirely
well, and I am very grateful. (Signed)
Mrs. Minnie Drew, IS Dana St. Rox
"There is a school in Chicago," said
be, "where they teach boys to swin
without any water. All tte motions
neceuary for sainmlng are taught
scientifically and correctly. I asked
one of the graduates what be did
when be got into water. He replied
la Persia when a man is executed
for murder, be is hung by the feet and
a weight U attached to bis bead. In
this position be is forced to remain
until death ends his misery.
The British Museum contains over
l.T&P.OOO bookn. not counting parts of
works that are accumulating. The
shelving of the library exceeds sixty
nine mile in length.
The highest waterfall In tbe world
is Cbolock Cascade, at Yoaemite, Cal,
which I :,C34 feet high, or six feet
short of a half a mile.
Brussels has a sthool for grave-diggers.
All candidates for tbe post of
sexton to be eltgie must have gradu
ated at this school.
Galvanized iron Is merely dipped in
to molten zinc. The coating is not
ilectrlc-ally applied, as the word gal
vanized seems to imply.
Stockings first came into use In the
eleventh century. Uefore thst time
it ag customary to swathe the feet
FOOD IN SERMOr.a.
Feed the Domini Right and the Ser
mon are Brilliant
A conscientious, hard working and
eminently sucoesaful clergymaa
writes: "I aa glad to bear tesumocy
to tbe pleasure and increased mess
ur of eflirlency snv4 health thst hsve
come to me from adopting Grape-Nuts
food aa on of my articles of diet
"Kor several vesrs I was much dis
tressed during the early part of each
day by indigestion. My breakfast
usually consisting of oatmeal. Bulla
and eggs, seeuivd to turn sour aud
failed to digest After dinner th
headsche and other symptoms follow
lug tbe breakfast auuld wear away,
only to rtturn. Iiuiotr, next morn
"Having heard of Grspe Nuts food.
I finally concluded to give It a fair
trial I quit the ue of oa'mesl and
rrr. and maUe my breakfast of
Crspe Nuts, cream, loatt and Poatum.
The icu!t ss surpiltir.g in Improv
ed Ltalth and tela) ttixm ot the
issuers thst hJ. for so locg a time,
filiued tbe morning sural. My diges
tion becssne oure aor sstlafsctory,
tie teadaihta cesaed, and the old
fvtl'cg of energy rvturned. Since that
tin-c. four )car ago, I bave alaaj
baJ Grape Nuta fuvd on my breaktait
"1 wa deUgtted to Bed also, that
whereas before I beesa to us Gra;-a-Nuts
food I ws qu t nervous and be
es rr easily wear.ed in the work of
piiiarlng aermcu and la '.u-y. a
marked Ixproi euitct in thla retj-ect
retulieJ from th charge ta my d'.et.
I am conviuce4 flat Grape Nuts tixd
pio.luctd this result and kelped m
to a sturdy conditivm of nectal and
pi.) tirai strength.
"I have koowa of several persoca
alio sere fortrterly troubled as t was,
sinl wsa have Ua h'ied aa I bat
t-een. by the uae of Grape Nuts r.d.
oa o y recovnteBdailon. ao.oug wtota
n.sv be lueutlor.ed It Kv. ,
tow a mistMtary to Ch'.ua." Nam
given ty Postuia Comiaey, tiat'.le
"There's a reason
Resd th little txxtk. "Tl Roaa tc
WJiUia," la cava fkg.
I . i s; m
ASrrr-ta'ic Prf!wiratirnfvA9- ;
-n aj rlat .-SaWaC nl"'"' i, 4
rramokrisDickioCWrfur- t i
Aperfecl JUtv? fc-rCort???.- ;'
Hon. Sour StOTih.DuHThoea j
lNorras l-onvuijtr ,rvrmlv ,j 4
nrssandLossor hlXEP. it
Fat Snnie 5erfchr cf i ; at
ri-,;. ,.llaak&la; t 1 ft tl M (i'm n n A h A II f i
L j him t iSSiSM
The Secret cl Good CoIIce
Even the beat hooakktpen e&nnot xoal good errp of
ecfff without good tuatcha! IXrtv, a3a2beral a&4 qwr!
blended cofTe such aa nBarTcptJoua dealer shovel rrrer tLex
oountn won't do. But tako the pure, titan, tiaiuraJ Harcred
LION COFFEE, tte leado- d aa padbse
tii eoffe that for over a quarter of a centxiry fcass ben dsur
wtloomeJ in minions cf fVrmr a ami joa will rritVn a drixk t
for a king in thia waj :
HOW TO MAKE
r UO- COPPEE. to ma
t.riaa oa U'jN CVPri. MM Sna.
Ira tor tt !. Vt miM n ania a 93
ad4 wan at aa aX (U tsx x ha aaao aa a
svtth einn rec wraTCBt.
Timi: ut vt onlv . aaa m
aiamtaw V trmf- Vrrv rrtiaiiy.
34. Vint) (OLD WAllS. Aaiat '
Sjrlaa) Hlaa kaatt. Tkwa art III a. aal
latMa arw taany aa acrrw
i Don't lt It stand morsthantan rntmrtea hf'ora svwrytn.
SOYTS i&ont uao attar that haat bn ImUkJ bvforsv
TW WAYS TO STTTUC CMltt
tat. m taaa. t at aart at taa wfcsa a aa acz, aKEaal awfetk BVa spiibI U09
t tor a--l t
faaaUl oa (jetting a package t gesiaixave LION COmt.
prrpart tt accord lot to tbls rcel ausat yam 1U sly ma
UOM COiTTX ta twtwre. (..i m,T ia I lu. swJ paxiaa.)
t UuB-bea.3 on every par We.)
(Save tbea Lkn-faraa for vaiualae presiazBia)
SOLD BY GROCERS ETBYVIIERE
VTOOLSCX ePICK CO.. Tokaia, OUa.
7"STAnEilA!10 SHOES ARE BETTER"
"OUR FAM1L.Y SHOES-
rvtt '" tfw aattr (aauta. aa t Hm f taut raw aa atA aw ata.aa a
SaaiaUiaatii.a a-aa: UtmitttlM. Sa y.i aM aa a-w taa " aat--
" aaa ava kataa H arraa a aw avra aa4 WW Wilt aaw aaa ftaa saw tmt.
1 -a 1
WABASH EXCURSIOHS EAST
V-4 M NIAGARA FALLS d return,
t o sale June U IT IS li.
110.00 MILWAUKEE and rsturn.
On sale Jus. 1 t Is l
tTt TORONTO. ONTARIO sd return,
tn sale Jane l$l::i:t
100 INDIANAPOLIt and return.
Oa sale June lV:v:i It
ASSCRV PARK. N. and rsturn via New Yerk.
On sale Juo Zi:i and July 1st
trS BALTIMORE and ral-rta.
to aj Jj.'y lli.
- C W BUFFALO and return.
l sai July I k .
2X90 PITTSBURG and return.
Oa Si.'e Augt K U
I JC W PHILADELPHIA a4 retura.
IH ai ?tetttbr II lils.
V' AD AS II ve iij ia the Eit. Through trkint
from aCtvoiA City.
fitWI FAincuikai. TXItll 19 ItRTki,
mt4 crnct, to Mt:!i STtcn.
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T T ATMrae.fa e A a.
Tho Kind Yen Have
rrnzm yaa Mat Wat taa baX otaa.
5 aa -a tat-xaacxau aa aara csa. 4 awe
a4 ta-ff. aarat at ataa a SMra wt. aa4
atausr-H Ma I ar aaa mi taa nLaa:
aaa ansa ataj.r.
tuasc ii am sw wUi u
rf - l
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