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SHOULD EtAD K8S. FOX'S LETTLt
In All rrt of the tTnttd pUntee I.ydla
II. Pink hum's Vrs"Kl Cumpuuut
lie Lnoutod GUuir (Jure.
Many wonderful cures of female t!l
are continually coruins, to light w hlch
have Uf n brought about by Lvdia 11
l'iitkbatu a Vegetable Compound, aud
trirotjfrh tha advice of Mra. PlnUham,
cf Lynn. Mum., which Is given to sick
tvomen abwolntclv free of charjre.
The prrvnt Mrs. Pinkharo has for
twenty-fire years tunde a study of the
ills of her w X ; ahe has consulted with
and advised thousands of suffcriiijf
womrD, who to-dar owe not only their
health but even "life to her helpful
Mrs. Fannie T. Fox, of 7 Chestnut
Street, lJradford, Pa., writes:
Dear Mr. Ilnkhaoj
" I suffered f"T a long tima with fi-tnals
trouble, sud finally wsatM by my phvsn-bui
th-a 1 hud a tim.nr. 1 did' not want to
tilt.iit to an oieestintv, So wrote yj for
ad new. I received your k-tter ad did aa
you U4d nie, aiul VxUy I am onplely
curL My distoc asvs tlw tumor baa disap.
ierwd, a'i-i I am ofH ti-r a wrll woman.
l-lwe l.ydia K. I'lnkhain s WfeiahW-Ota-Jiouud
U lite bwt tuvdtcjne in the world.
The testimonial which we are con
atantlvpublishingfrorn grateful women
establish beyond a doubt the power of
Lydia F llnkham's Vegetable Com
pound to conquer female diseases.
Women aofTerlng from any form of
female weakness are invited to
rromptly communicate with Mrs.
"ink ham. at Lynn, Maa. She asks
nothing in return for ber advice. It Is
absolutely free, and to thousands of i
women has proved to be more prccimui
hV fcrIU h.iS
FREE HOMESTEAD LANDS
OF WESTERN CANADA.
VBiflcrnt climate !ro.f m piowlnx la UiMr
abirt i!itc lu the n.llil,c vt Nuvt eiher.
"All are bouoj to te D .o r thQ (-)-aed w;th
Che Dnl ieUiUof tUe pt racB ktarrekL'
mw I n ta abnedexee inboola,
eliun-tirft. mrWi.u v.avni-al.
Tbll tbet rat.f ll 00 k-t
Atiply f-r tnt.innaiioo to Sjelitetrnt of
Itnniirmiton, iuaa. t ana?, er tA ajtbr:rc
Oft.ii&a .iwrMti-El Ar-ot J. H. lf'nl,
fco 1 W. Nmib Mrrrl K inut (It j. Miuwurt.
(MrDt)oB Ibia tt-f )
If you arc w illing to
work uc caa civc
you chance; you
11! not get rich, tut
you can earn t fair
Income (man or
woman). Write lp
u lth references to I fl
1 Madison Avenue,
New York City.
Wit sit jrvaAl, I -
trdl aun bt t rnJb , M,
wui. riyn if tun
lts ImJiwn 0" u. iHH futtlM
c J..mu (m, M.l aalet .,
Soma people question tha statement
that cofiea hurts the dullrats nerves
of the body, lersoaal etjerleiH- with
thousands pror-s the (corral state
ment true and physician bavs records
of great numbers of caie that add to
The following Is from tha IlorVford,
111., tlegtsier Gaiette:
Ir. William Langhorst of Aurora
has been treating on of the queerest
cnae of loat eeI.'ht ever la history.
The patient la O A. lah of ll.ach
couDly, and In the last four months be
bad doctored with ail of the iet-ullts
about the country aud has at last re
turned boms with ttie favt impressed
on bta tniud that his caae Is tnrursl )
A portion of t!s optic nerve fcs
been ruined, rendering hla sliht ao
lliul'e.l that ha it Unable tci see any
thing bfors him, but he ran sea plain
ly auyllilug at ILs :J of bliu. ibue
CONCERNINd .COMMON ,EN9C.
The man who know a when not to
talk, possesses Judgment of a httb
order. Pcoplu everywhere are dis
playing good lu1;ment by eating
Plllahiiry'a VIt; for breakfast. fa
a rolgluy good thing to ba oubal le of;
Somebody Entitled to th Credit.
Tlio testimony as to who wanted
J.-wnoa Haen Hyde -tit aa ambassa
dor to France la confuting. It la pert
inent to Inquire- who Interfered with
the program. Boston Herald.
Pealers say that aa noti aa a rtia
Inmfr trie parlance Ftarch It ta 1m
T'ossl'ile to sell thfm any other cold
waiar starch. It can be uae4 cold or
Jack I suppose there Is nothing
that please a woman more than the
devoted attention of the niaa of her
Iless Except, perhaps, the devoted
attention of the man of some other
girl's choice. Philadelphia Tress.
Ftorkeer-T rnort that the eitra
quantity. toehr with the arror
quality of D'fance t-tar'h maka It
phi to impossible to sell any other
A Small Beginning.
"Well, well! so they've married.
He first began to be attentive to her
one day when be took her ekating
"Ah! beKan at the foot, eta?" Phila
I-ewf- Kiurle Hindi-rcUTU- riehett, most
lifyiNf- mnkf on the market. Vour
liuatcr or Lewis' Factory, I'ljurLa, HI.
called blm a
him if be was fond
I merely asked
of do biscuit.
I ara sure Iio"t "ure for Cn-mirpJcn ar-4
Biy lite three y-wrs aco--Mna. Thvxl Itoaatsa.
Wpl Sirwv. Nurwich. N. V.. Ft h. 17. iwol
Why 1 the tip of a little dog's tall
like the heart of a tree? It is furth
est from the bark.
Mr-a- WlisaJaw'i fkChlt.ff ft rrv-
Yn f-v-.t 4 UMwtLtTaf , aar'TW'tM t h g iptt, rMam
BiimiLiau. sk ag HX. CurtM u. oaH.
Womt n are like men In one re-
riK-ct; some are good and some are
WotSer Oay't Sweet "owde-t tor Children,
Sucoefui!y oeJ by M.lh-r Gray, ourte
in tiie Cbildrta Home ta New Vora, curs
Constipation. KererhorM. Ilad Svoavach,
T lhtnf t)ir5er. mr r.d rryiilate the
!.wci and lAa'.rvy Worms Ovr 30.uoyir
timeniais. At ail lrvief.st. i.-c Ssnu'ia
t'MKK Addrens A. S t).mtet. Ltlioy.N V.
Cur Idea of a mean man la one who
enjoys spoiling some other's man's
to rvnr a coin tv omc nr
T.S. T1VS HKuMo U.itt)lnl Bi..4-t. lrre
4,uovi a .iyiiiuT' i (mi a twt. ac
Value of Freedom and Education.
A free populm ion. ambitious to get
the ben. fit .f Its own UUr and ent. r-
..rlsei. the mak'.cn of sny count rv.
With fre, dom wlil come more general
education and a great upraise lu Mer
lean life a... rvult. Iiy way of con-
traM Meilco .ml se,1n .,,,1 vf.
olfer an Interesting study. Mexico,
ith pootinKe and restricted education.
has a wonderful atJ rl-h variety of
natural resources. Sweden atid Nor
way, with a cold and rather sterllo
couMiry, have Individual freedom, and
are the only countries In the world In
which every grown man can read and
write. Therefor th Scandinavians
have prosperity, good homes and a
gmeral and apleudid ctvlliiathm. while
Meibxi, with ftletid.y climate and
groat natural resources, lacs behind.
Hut the signs of advancement are
many ana encouraging, and there Is
every r.aaou (or taking a cheerful
vlw of the fi ture of our aUtor re
public Haa Francisco Call.
Leave a Few.
I donl bell In tM-Ing
portaiu.c." said tha first
"Nor do I," agreed the second a. h.
"After a chap baa tagged four or five
guldea he ought to be willing to cnl
It a day's sport."
AVhat a woman doesn't like about
whlKt ia that there Is no f.-ather at Itch
ing to l:
bavs been but few cases of Its kind
before, and they have bees aaused by
hisky or tobatxx. IxJuh baa never
used either, but has been, a great cof
fee drinker, and the specialists havs
decided that tha rase baa been caused
by this. Leach slated himself that
for several years he had drank three
cup of coffe for breakfast, two al
noon and ens at night According to
the records of tha sieclallsta of this
country this Is tha first cam ever
caused hy ths use of coffie.
Tha nerve I ruined beyoad aid and
his rase Is Incurable. The fact that
makes tha r as a queer one It that the
sight forward baa been lt u4 the
side sls'ht has been retained. Acrd
trg to the doctor's statement, ths
young- man tave to jive p cf
fea or the rest of his siht Will fol
low and ths satire ucrts b ruined
COLORADO FARM PRODUCTS. I
The plodding farmer may t s'.ow,
but !c tho end. In tit race with o'J-r
l:na of industry that Mftn to hold
out &r)Khter promlaea, te a'aayi
seems to cottje out as did the patlett
tortoise In his race atth tha bare.
The latct Illustration of this comes
from Colorado, a state which ot.ly
a few years Sffo was dki"n the
world with tk riches of lis gold and
The snnuaJ reviews of Colorado's
progress show that In 105 the state
pixxKiced tje grestet smount of fold
of sny year in its history, a total
of $29,000,000. Kut In the same year,
the Rraln and potatoes, tay and other
produce from Co.orado farms segre
gated more than $4O.W)0.Oi'O In value.
Silver was hlghor in va!-.:e than for
several years, snd the production of
this metal in Colorado rose to 111
(K'0.000, but the combined product of
the orchards and eer be-t patches
beat the total of silver by 1 1 .".('.
Five miHlcn dollars' worth of bad
was marketed, which la JuKt at-out
equal to the value .? the fat lambs
shipped. The whole value of the
product of the metalliferous n.lne
of the state was H3.000.ooo. The
products of the farms aggregated
more than $70.oo0,Xo.
More money ?5 being Invested In
agricultural projects In Colorado tlao
In the devlopment of mlns. Reser
voirs and ranalu orlglna'.ly p'ar.ned
for placer mining have been diverted
to Irrigation, and the ceit few yeart
seem like to see the area cf highly
productive farming lands In the s'a!
more than doubled. The "maa with
the hoe" ee-cms to have secured s
start ovrr the man with the hammet
and drill, which the latter will never
be able to overcome, unless som
very remarkaM new discoveries o:
nines are made.
The Boy's Idea of It.
"Say, pop, the policeman arrested
trarrtp for sleet'ng oa a benct
"Well, that's riebt, my son."
T!d be have a right to arrest blm
without a bench warrantf Yonkert
8 Tons Grass Hay Free.
Everybody love bits and bus of toilet
for bogs, cows, sheep aud a.r.
The morDK'Ui cn" of our Nor! ben
Grown I'eii.tee Srei on our arvi f&nui
the pvt year eompvl ua to uuu a
cial caltl'vue culu-d
UIB SJLSbllt f EED SOOX.
This ia brim full o( bargain seeds at tar
sssn rats Honrs TrvusT,
and reopive free su' :rnt s. eJ to gcw 1
tuiie of s-rtw on tear lot tx f.irro tn
autntner at,l n.r grt-at IUrgi.ti heJ 1
nith r.s womlcrlal miyris anJ t;rea
tvsritaitia in aa at lrs;n jtues.
lUm t : and ir hi a
i-.. ue. the m-Mt f xSionabie,
ke of Cos
bcutitul aiir, nxl ti-wer.
f.l.n A. t-.t'.rrr s-1 Co., Loci Dta
er W I.-. Cr.e, ta.
Cnp.,d a( a.wl In Arrma.
m!'(m ! r
i ' cry lo ,rt aa ,n
t,nD"- AroonK other Instance. In tbfc
! ! "rlm by. Kwgbt a p.Mr o
j l"u,"ul l'a,Ur "'' UIt''nJ, ri
l'r"-n' H'" tu the amiable dis
Pi'M" ahoves the amber extrac
of cheerfulness over .e mahogany o
the Parlor saloon. He prompll;
donned the Innovation, but clalmet
that he felt like he had a fence rat
on each thoulder. Then when they be
came overburdensome be would tin
button them and permit them to dan
gle ta front, but he ..nally got then
down line enough to go to church in
Several old-tliuera. cotisplcuousl:
court attendants from the other eo
of the county, have fallen Into tut
habit of wearing boiled shirts, and t
looks as If sky blue overalls might tx
discarded as a full dress costume. Get
ting "xiwerftil tony In town tiowa
days. Tombstone Inspector.
Ready For tha Basha.
El lladjt Abdullah All Sadik liash
of Asysslnta, how In Washington, ran
not understand why, having seen th
president, capitalists do not flock U
blm. Soimdody has given the liashs
a bum steer,
Tills is hi spot, not
Washington. The capitalists are al. !
The capitalists are al.
her walthisl for Ab, but don't
whether be wants gold bricks, greet
giKVls, crapa, straight bunk or what
New York Telegram.
Let It ba rememtiered that tha eyei
msy be attacked la cine case and the
stomach to another, while la others it
may b kidneys, heart, bowels or gen
eral nervous prostration. The remedy
is obvious acd should be adopted be.
for too late.
Quit coffee. If you show incipient
It ia easy If one raa bare well.
boiled Postura Food Cves to serve for
the hot morrlrg beverage, Tie
wl'hdrawal of the oU kind of fHffes
that U d.ting ths harm and the a u it
ply of the elrn.ents la tbe ltu:it
which Naturw uses to rebuild its
brokea down serve cells, insure a
vjui.k return to tfc oil Joy of strersih
snd bsalih. snd lis well won a wtlie
t. bw sl-'s stain to "dv lb:Mt" atj
(cvl well. H.:v t4.vu tot
: SHORT MISSOURI HEMS
Molriy Is i;i.oj( of a pa'Vlng
plant lot M at city.
A Bifro e ifn-i ilt 1 ss v,rjtrti-
a larce tiuii:tx r if nerros and t!u-f
lu tit. .o-po, Sl'.
Fotir i.ien ro! M d th K4tjas City
f'Mjrhern j-aesetrer i'!"n at J' jHn,
Mo., a f w uats ago.
Tli Missouri ?i!t university Is
preparing to cali brate the attuHiiTieLt
of the 2.0'K mark in enrollriif-tit.
The deputy game ardn at F;r'nc
field arrested a woman a few dat
ago for wearing f.-athers on ber hat.
A Iee's Fummit woman sent a
young couple two gallons of pi' kles
a a wedding prev.nt and later sent a
till for 12.
The Gallatin North Mlfsourian as
serts that a gr at uiaiiy JJisw.-uri
teacht-rs are working fur lss than Jl
a day each.
The Gallatin ,orth Missourlan as
serts that a great many Miswurl
teachers are working for less than 11
a day each.
The Itoltvar Herald has undertaken
to educs'e its er?enrn'lents tht
such Items as "Bill Jones went op the
creek Sunday," are not news.
Aurora Is now without a depot, al
though the town has three railroads.
ite t tim-o aerrf, the oldest bui;u;ng j
In the town, was recently destroyed
George C. Acree recently sold a 24
acre farm in Illinois at $14) cash per
acre.. With the proceeds he bouaht
three farms aggregating 4&0 acres
The Missouri state board of health
has debarred eight doctors in ail since
the lV.h of December from practice in
Missouri, because unprofessional
conduct la Issuing whisty inscrip
tions." The pollci.' Julffe of Macon has Is-
sued an order that any man or boy
found loitering around ie arrested for
varraney and compelled to shovel
snow from the wt'.ks around the muni
The Carthage Press makes a plea
for the protection of possums. Dur
ing the at!re season, says the Press,
there have been none on sale in Car
thage ano they have become a lost
article ol food locally.
Fayette. Mo, is booming. Con
tract have been lit for the building
of $".ovj water plant, a new $10.t".'
gymnasium fur Central College, a new
buildir.g for the electric lisnt plxnt,
and for the completion of a cew opera
The Imar Pally leader asks:
What has become cf the money col-l.'-cti'd
a ft w years ago to erect a
monument on the onivt-rsity campus
to Cugene Field Hut no one seems
to know. The school children all over
the state contributed to the fund.
A Missouri girl, who tit Jers ago
could te seen In Columbia sawing
w-wxi fv.r fuel to heat lor attic mom.
is now an instructor In the univt-rsity.
The M.trst.u!l Ivmocrat-New s coctrsb
utcs this story. srt iu that the joung
lady's borne is In iA-bacoa, but fails
to give ber name.
Jncob Si lliccer has been la the bar-t-r
business in Columbia .forty six
y-:rs. forty f(e at hi pres nt i-x-a-t'on.
Kxcept Mr. iM-i'.inger the oU-'t
shavera In town are William Chapman
ltd James G. Williams, cilored They
have been shaving folk there thirty
two years this week. Chapman learned
the business under Nr. Ji.-lliE.ger, ty
whom be is still emploved.
J. H. Curran of the Missouri Stat
Dairymen's astuciation. sas: "If
Southern Missouri comes into her own
she win simply have to get more peo
ple. The present force is n-it large
enough. N cat the state need In Its
undeveloped larts Is nun of 41ertr.au
blood. Swedes, Swiss. Pones. Holland
ers, any people who wsnt to work,
who are thrifty and who apply system
snd perse ere nc to what they div
To toe uergetic man there is a
chance to get ahead at every or
nuids In the Orarke Could some
scheme l devised to put a farmer or.
even one half these forms Id the netl
five years It woul. be worth hundreds
of millions to je state In land alu-s
slone. not to mention the lintutuse
A etern writes a follows of bis
war experience. In the Hrooktwld tU
j.tte: We were paid half In soli
...a , uv . hl.-K I..' tl , 1 t
i itii nan 111 r-i-i.
was the only time In mv eiei l.-r.ce
' soldier that gold r.eunt-ti tu n
'l";. n. Cne doubling T amnn, wro
epresi-d the opinum u;at tre ii-t-wasn't
worth much. prtimptly of
feted sold for his paper by me t( Hie
sviiiiimlis provbl.-d be would discount
!he au.ouiit or I, which ft.r wss
promptly nct-vp:d and the richaiiKe
made. This. boevr. d:d not end
tt. transaction as the buyer of he
Cnlted Stat.s p.ip-r nuvney wrt-.t
proiiipltv to the paj master, who was
tlll engaged in living off the e-n
if other cos;ipnlea. and asked bun
f he would liot t i-Krif:e gid for t!ie
laer. That ofttcUl who iv;I'.y
ntstrust.d that there hid ben s-ue
.iiscussiou In rrc-ird to the value t
I'ncle Sm's pn.nu I aes to pay. prompt
ly answered e. raked tu the pa;r
tnd batid.xi out the g"!d The lain.
as on the "doubtlr.g Thomas" l-atr
hst kind of an rwhar.ge Nvar.ie an
Impossibility f..r the time came, as
e older i-oi'le rrnieiulrr. h-n it
:k aUxit Us1 of gtxt ..backs to buy
a dollar lu gotd "
putler hopes to get the factory of
Ihe Commercial Ad l'.ng MscMne tm
,nv. which, tt b, l.evvss wcl ad.1
grcstly to the tow n
The 11 ooi:ui lVv.vcr.tc
wmmittee b d t solu; s i'. re
julilng all eaodu'.jt.s nojiouated t-4
ilve two i;' tm.e tv g.tt'.Pg out
:l.e vte la Noemter.
The 'v'on and 'rxutstiiii lee.h club
f jrtfetsou City. Wilder the C'tvvts-t
if Ju.le t.e.o; N. itiji..a and ls
lie-loan Itu.k Gi'.Uam, Ut" 0. d.a-l-ud
until ' ! "f Ji:trv. The
"aire of tbe club b.s read thtus
vv,t the slate and it luv n',i- o J
n.isvU i:l.t af-'t.
arjtt -tirW x.
iUmrrar Ve Carry fcki.
Rear-Admlra! Hitlborn la frt.e cf tl-e
bept-kcown oncers of our tavy. !-:.
atetnents coccercig Perrca will
have curb we.pht at tiey go c.-t ia
the world. What be ? is e.toed ly
many other ccers cf high stailzig.
tun tSt A4sks1 Un.
Tf.V,p Hlrhhore. Rear-Adtrlral cf
the U. S. Navy, Waatl.'.ron, V. C,
"After the trte of Vrvna form tfpyrt j
period, I can now cheerfully reaom
mead yoor mJumble remedy to May
one who ft In oeed of ma im lgoraUag
toalc" Philip tfiUtbora. j
Ministers, as a
old ace. yet we
ride. "? - s
are tc-.'d the r-.jd j
5 -V- K'
j easiest of all Lie a .tU'jsio; tie. Tiej
How's This? t si!!, away tie ricii plic.-a aii
We e-f ft V.iie tw'Jtu Bee f"T wry teirtta Lie WHS cfceert J tz.l-r:n:sja.
as. M tatana UM. USM M tj c -j-vf tie WnderStsilS !A
aaaataTTs iUta "
rj.ntmTTi''). : broaden li heart. TJ-y are
Ws. tht nArrrjea. t" Sa a T J. .i-r , , , . . ,
forisSi u.a- w t a t-v. t t ' tlvely, at least, aa a: to T.rtse. Tot
lla Wi-r.- k'r ' I canaot grow- la aa atirhere ol
Wax:--..- k s a iii' i ct-rfs2nesa. Honor to tuna a
WS.-a- ;-a--"i- 1 O. . .
F,.-, ca- Cft u k.wtt-. r. su4i ful aid tiit one can aderstaed wcy
r--T?JZ)lh a", wise Creator tr.ade tt a part c
s in. iTjf.-n.
1 aaa ss. s r sa.i t f
When truth becomes
what wLU become t.f the
Lewis' Rifcyle D:td.T str:ril Sc c-ar is
! rood ;uU:y a-i ine time, war uci.vr or
I Lewi Factory , 1'ivni. Li.
Jlsny a man wculd fail to arrive but
for Lis ability to butt In.
Pon t yen know thst IVflnnr Ftatrh
besides ttr,g atvlu'e!y iir!i to
any oiher. ia put wn l ounees in f eck
age ao-J !la at same pn-e aa Li
ounce packages c otter ktnisT
A C'answ Desirable
There is an actor who Is more re
markable than for tis g-.iod kks.
On a reetnt cocasion he was spear
ing at a provincial theater, and the
heroine, ia the cure of the play, bad
"Ah! you chanre countenance!"
The mofut ut she pronounced these
words, a vole from the gallery cried
"Oh for heaven's sake, don't stop
him! Let him change." Tidbits.
Tbe Prcof of the P.e.
Peeause be threw a raspberry p!e
against the wail, a Chit-ago man's wife
ha secured a divorce and alimony to
the ester. t of f'.wo. It was or.ly a
few days ago that a Cleveland mlQ it
er declare-! pie to be worse than beer
la its effect u;on morality. Chicago
THE COUPON BELOW IS C000
FOR $1.00 IF SENT AT ONCE.
tt Is Wrocj fog To ts Xettevt TjkT Pcty
U Taiirsslf Cwvttiatisa, C.-wvl
aad Stoawah Ttibla) Crew
Kjre 7aBrees Daily.
There is k a
Grape TiW list
rd e caj lot Mult s
Ct-rr thaaa) Vn-'W
A f... s.sisl b llla Is farvivloi Jc-J free
0 peeTs i sw oihi tMar.
li.ve y s.l k.U !- lai-y aursSre cf
rasrs vf lyi.vJ IVtvr lau-.i t lijit i4
le.er. Var'i f'rvrr. A -4hK-1"..s. i-tt-irw
tucxl i'.j iwa, Imws. a
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