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BUILT UP KER HEALTH
SPEEDY CURE OF MISS GOODE
eh la MJ WU by l.ydla. R, Pink
hum's Vfftabla Compound, and
Write Oratofully to Mrs. Plukliam. .
For t'i wonder'nl hlp that shs liaa
found Miss Cora .kk1o, ii.'.R K. Chioatfo
Avenue, Chicago, 111., Leltevee it lier
duty to write the following letter lor
publication. In order that oilier women
afflicted in the aao ttjr may b
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an i 1 1 1 Miii in nixiiiar ni "
Jlliss Cora Goocle
bfncfitM an fche was. Mis Gixxle la
president of the Ilrya Wvfr Lawn
Tennis Club of Chicago. She writes;
Sw Mm rinUiam:
' I tried many diffprptit remedies to
(wild up my srst'ni, hif-i had twme run
tiow n from laof pruisr rest and unrjmn-
l.U hours, but nrji tunic nmfl to ti'lp nm,
Muthrr in prit advocate of Lydia K. rink
liam's Velvet!! Compound f'jr femsla tosl-Ll-s,
having uw-d it, b'f-if ninw veant ao
wuh (rrt urtw. hn I lvn to take it,
orvt in than a inon'a I wnsaMa U bvu'it
of and isil of d'vr, and in titrre mnttm
1 rntiralv 11. Hmlly I have never tnt
so and well a 1 have ainee. "
No other medicine hus aiu-h a record
ofciiresof female troullefca.s tins Lvuia
L. l'itiUham's Vegetable (.'oni pound,
Wunien who are troubled with rain
ful or irregular rerids. baokaehc.
liltmt:nc I'r flat ulenee', t'lUriiacernent
tf orntiSainilainuiutiun or ulceration,
ran be restored to perfect health
and strength by taking Lydia E.
I'inkham'a Vegetable Compouuii.
Mrs. I'inkhnm invites oil nick women
to write her for advice. She has jruided
thousamU to health. Her eiH-rienra
U very prest. and fche pives the benefit
of it to ail who stand in need of wise
counsel. She Is the dang hter-in law of
I.ydia K. l'inkham and for twenty firo
years has been advliting sick women
freo of charre. Aihtress, Lynn, Mu
W war.! s rr ana tbvmrh'mrM
ttMlbflU III loOMJtlf W'.fe .&. 1,1 l
luf ttnwtb le rl ttttttiia v pui.f.jr i.f "i.r
r.l irl i f l.w ff" r,ar Mwllww Ir
a"FUD)lutirr(lll 1 tVg ill! tHflUtt'VrU'M. 1 t
ViMriiniv lt rrfrd lnuntj I f 42ft t 'l a i fli
Senator Spooler's Shooting.
Senator fiimer, of Wlscousln, Is
successful hunter of Ms game. Oa
one of tits tr!js he had for bis mi Win
lllll Murray. They were out hvk!:;g
for bear or J'T "no day. when Mur
ray suddenly threw up hU rifli? and
fire.. The taw an animal
, fail h aity. and rail.-d; "'e'v gut
him this time. I. 111."
"Y!" sneered the cuMe. "There's
, i") " about it, I killed h!:u plain
tjiiii k!) oaltlnB their ray to whrr
their quarry lay. they found a fin
spoeln.cn of Jersey rnlf.
'We've hllli-d soniebody's calf!"
yelli-d tho H'jido.
Senator ffJiier pave him a with
ering look and said: ' William, you
should he more artlrular In your
choir of prenoun. 'We" isn't adapt
ed to this particular Ins'.aure." Mil
Artistic Mjrrlg Csrtiflcatss.
The smart wedding invitation or
announcement Is engraved as simply
as possible nowadays, but if the hrido
wants elaborate treatment of her
marrUre certificate she can have It.
These may be done by hand and beau
tifully Illuminated on parchment or
J a!iee Vellum, and some btldes ar
having theirs franmj aud ht'iig In lh
Sinking Spells, Haadachea and
Rheumatism all Yia'd to Or.
Williams' Pink Pill.
Mrs. IJr.'.lu ';l'.imn, cf No. 41(J Cw
rt.-ir Mux I, tourney, 111., mv; Lver
iiin o I had lii ivous pioktriituui, ntHiiit
thirteen Ji iim ii' i, 1 hiti had j i i,sa al
1.'1! of complete etlntusttoii. Thu
tr Mud iny nerves weru sliattcred. Any
exciteiuciit or uuuaunl nativity wu d
thtMW me into a sUi'.o of hfi Icmuumi.
At tho b Rliuiuii? tuy sin-nih vmuld
CiMiiu Uu V HI A Hi.hI, Uito time after In ll
att.u k, but tho period of weakness kept
liuiKtliciniitf urn d nt lut I would ho
helping ti luuiiy as thieo hour ut a
stretvli. I hud d.ity feelings, !pitA
turn of tho luviu t, misery alter rntuif;,
lint ftuslies, nervous liemlsi hen, ih, u
lualio ktins in tho Kick and In pi. The
diK'tor did ino so Lille iriod tliiit I Kv
tip hit treatment, and leally fwirvd liiat
tiiy ci no wna Uu uiuhto
" W hen 1 U kuii tusttijj Dr. WtlliMma
Pink t'llla my r,pivtii K'ew keen,
tuy food no Itiuer clutrt'Mxyl mr, luy
HelViS welo quieted to a ditw Unit I
luid ti"t ep HeiiceJ f,ir Tears and my
fclK'IIV'tU let unietl. Tho fnllltllK "'lia
left ino entirely after I Lad uxd Ilia
thud 'X of tho pilU, ftud luy friends
My t liui 1 am 1 H'kiurf l m r tl.tiu 1
Uoiio .r tho liist Uucu iimi."
l)r. Willmuia' l'u.k 1'illa aie nconi.
uicinhxt for ('.ox - tliut i'hm! fn in iw.
povi i lsind M l sin U ns suit nun, I In u
Inul'.Kiii, ilei.ihty Hint i! u. i dn a i.f ll.s
Ik rvea iu h as HeunilK'iii, leiv. ns lies.
Ii at ion ii'id Miitiitl pe.ihly-'.i. 1 ,cy I me
rilled the llloxC klubU'tu ilui keKell.
lr. Wilhiinis" J'ink Tills rpree wnMha
Iiii vC (leliento st uinuli, quiet nil Her
voiiNiiess. Mir n evcrv oin to i'o its
proper woi hand K'vs Krei.Mii tlial liists,
tv'ld I'V u'l ill ns'ixl.l, or M lit K .d,
on list ipt of I u-v, fid cents h r . , m
l.m f..r (J iy thu I. W i::.u,i
tlvU-cluo Co., . Ltui,i.ta.ly, N. Y.
. I -rf' - a.
Would Mandamus Auditor.
The niatidiimus proteedlnijs InBtl
tued by Morenn county SKuliist
State Auditor WlliWr was subinlttod
on briefs before the supreme court la
banc. The amount Involved It'll.
073.i5. The last bpsrIoo of the lenis
luture ptiNKed a law apiiroprlutlnf; this
amount from the state treasury for tfce
benefit of Mnsan county, but on the
Krotindu that he believes this law to
be unconstitutional, itnte Auditor
Wilder has refused to audit the ac
count in romped him to dJ o. Tlie
amount Involved rppreents taxes
paid by a railroad running thromrh
the county, or rRther the state's
share of ihso taes. Vader a law
of lf? ronntks tint Issued Voodj ta
aid In the construction of a railroad
had the risht to sti aside all the tanei
received from such road for the re
de'nptlon of the honds. It wns nn
dei this law that the county applied
to the legislature for relief. The
auditor holds that this old law was
rei'eaii'd by subsequent revenue laws,
and consequently, that the special act
of the last legislature is void.
Corn Will Bs Higher.
The pric of com will never apaln
be as low rs It was ten on J fifteen
years since, says the Broo'itfidl An
pus. Within the memory cf many
Missouri farmers corn sold for from
12 to IS cents per t imhel, but It wi'.l
nener sell so low aealn, id matter the
fr i cf the rrop. This 13 duo to the
rcxKtantly tnerc (tBine demand for corn,
fK'tosloned by the diversified uses to
which It is put nn I to ih? far; that the i
means of t!"an pcrLitfon ha 8 tern so;
dev. lope l thst the Mifsouri farmer
can now reach iidv market in the .
country without paying sll hi? product j
Is worth to trant.port .lt th.To.. And as I
the prire cf orn has become perman
ently Mi: tier has the pric of Mis
souri land become hlpher end rem.Bins
at a hleh flsure. The man who owns a
section of pood corn lan l In North
Mls-sourl has an Indepenlent fcrtnne.
A New Missouri Railroad.
The incorporating of the Western
Missouri Interurban railway In
Pierce. S. P.. recently, was the first
publicity Kiven to a proiosltion
which has 1 een under way several
months. The promoters are J. D.
HauReberp. of Clinton, and W. W.
Crandall. a practical railroad man. at
prener.t completing an electric line
ont of Sioux Falls, S. I. It Is said
the finances are already arranged.
Tho line is to start at Odeis. here
close traffic arraneenient will be
made with the Alton. 0(ertilnr
headquarters 111 be in Clinton, and
' the southern terminus will lie In
I (Iree-ifli Id. Wat reiispurtr. Mom-paw
! and Hti i ktoti prohahly wiU bo
tombed mid a branch bulit ti Hutler.
A Fartwctl to a P;itor.
Tho mini iters of the Independence
churches n-presenied In the niSnlnte.
rial alliance united !;i a rti--t Itiar at
he Klrt Puptlut church. Tlie ttiwt
inK as l:i honor rf the Rev W. T.
Campbell, pastor of that church, who
has accepted a cjll ai suoerlutend
ent of missions In tte Plue River lian
tlKt assoclatb n. comiiritinie Jackson
and Cu;s counties.
Cost Zi to Savs On Cen.
Judire Philips in the federal court
at Jefferson City fined W. H l.ida-trr-op.
of CIlftoD City. tVxtper county.
"S for riling ane.ther man a liar on
a postal card. Judite Philips says
that If a man wants to use such Inn
punpe he should M-nd to Cents for
postare sdunp and Inclose the mat
ter In an envelope where, 1t will not
tie seen t y those handling the malls.
S'aIn Stilts Oil Rstes.
The Missouri board t,f railroad and
srarehouse comml'M-mera met recent
ly In St. l.n H and Issued an order
rcdocltiv the oil rat"- about 51 wr
rent. The rosol.it Ion us Introduced
l v Commissioner Wlilhtiuan and was
sutiw.rt.d ly Chalimaa Kice. Cont
tnlsslonrr Knott ffen-d a resolu! Ion
imivblintt fir a reduction axeranltiR
70 per cent , which did not carry.
Dantltts R 'tct O'f'ccrs.
Tho e'es tlon of ofilct rs for the ren
rrl axs -elation of Missouri Iiantlsi
w held at Cate tl'rsrxleail All the
officers were reiiectd. as follows:
Moderator, K W. i-lenhciis. f Col
nnibla; assisint uiodeiator, J. F.
Kemper of Carthaise; auditor, J I..
Appleate of Ke tesvllle ; fcecretary,
A. W. Payne of St. Units.
Perennial Strawberry Ck.
Apropos of the fact a W.bii City
family recvmlv dltie I on strawberry
short cake male from socoiti crop
hoiuw fc-row n lerri's, the lirvoWftel!
Clurette suflest that If ni!lo of I.ltin
county are dot riiiloel to hunt up new
homes, why n' t lleht mi' for a country
where they have Ftrawtorry hurt
cal.o the )e:ir 'round. ,
fdoufiht Big Tract cf Land.
Tho largest si::i;io cah entry of
poverntnent land which V.it-t takci
place tu the state l:i many ytan was
made at tho lan l office In Stuin field,
when Ix'iils O. HsMev ini-1 tiie it v'rn
ment f 1 .074 7 for SS 19 acres of
l nd In KW'iio c-iititv Tld tract li
situated In the s. iirtnTa part f the
county near the Aikan'-as lino, and is
for the tin t art too r,Mti;h for farm
Inp It 1 tho intention of Mr, lUlley
to u'llie the tr-.ict for a rstt'e and
!ie p ranch.
Oldest Editor In to Stat.
J. West Goodwin of the Sedalla Pa
zoo has Just celebrated hli "otli birth
day anniversary. He It the oldest kdi
tor in corilinuous newspupsr aervlce
In tlie s'ato. Fifty six years apo, Mr.
Goodwin went to work In a printing
office In Watertowo, N. T., and has
loon connected with a newspaper and
printing office sine? that time. H
eanie to MIourl at the c'o. of the
Civil war. In which he had been a Vn
len foldler, and established a nwspa
pre at Sprirpfiiia, onl a year la'er at
Perl.-iiia, where he Lrs since been a
citizen. Mr. Goodwin chose th? unique
name of Razoo for bis Journal, an In
dian word which, he savs. means
"much Alrsd." Mr. Goodwin's p'-rcnsl
card bears upon it this quotation:
"I ani an old man and have had many
trouble!, but most of them have never
hnripr-ned." Ano:her veteran Mi?on-
editor. Col. J. I. Nichols, for yean the
head of the Fultnn Gazette, ban left
the editorial o'f es for the school
room, and Is now teaching school at
Death Busy In This Family.
The deuth of Mrs. J. A. El w ood, sis
ter of R. J. Greeno of the Farmers'
Exchanpe bank at Trenton, which oc
curred suddenly while she was at:end
intr church services n?ar Humphreys,
recently, was the fourth unexpected
death in her family la ten months.
Ilr mother, and sister-in-law wor
MHei by a Milwaukee train Bear Ga't
last eprinr.'an 1 her -;ic-ce. Miss B''lo
Greene, w as one of fonr voans jeon3
who died from drlnklnp S'senart
cr-.k wat'T at n p'enic. from which
every mr tr.lc-r of tho party njffe--J
illness. Mrs. R. .1. Oro-ae's cunt also
died at Gait last month.
May Dissolve the Town.
The supreme court en banc has Is
sued a cud warranto writ against
Mayor E. G. Ixwis and the town board
of T'nlverslty City. St. Louis county,
requiring them to appear in court Jan
uary 3 and show why the corporation
of University City should not be dis
solved. The city was Incorporated re
cently by Mr. lc-s ts. It Includes about
?.OnO acres of land. Property owners
within the corporate limits of the
town objected to havlnp their land
cut by streets and asked the attorney
general to take action have the city
Burned Singeing a Chicken.
Mrs. Porter Phillips of llopsrd wr
burned to death recently. She was
sine In g a chicken wh a paper
piece of tho lurninic paper fell to
the fl Kir :rl Ij-tii'el ber c'otlnnp.
Sh nn out cf tbo hroiM to her liu -b.'u.d's
Pverv barn put ni-
fir- with llinVrts. but not nn'"
was so bad'y burned tba'. sh" died tn
a few hour Mr. Prl'l p's harH wr.
it)v bn-nei l:i try-.in to save hi
New Kan-.at City Fictery.
Karfas City is to have a new far
tory. T.ie Western Terra Cotta Crm
pany. that masmtaetures archit-cturul
and otnsmer.tal terra cotta, will bu;K
n plant th'.-re. It was inrornrsel re
rcntiy with a capital stock of 12100
Tli" ofriers are Wil'lam Tltnmermin,
pros dent; Paul C. Plat, treasurer an
A Wlegers, secretary. The o'flctrs
were in Kansas Clltv lnp'otlne sites
and wiit bep'a t-j builj as s3 a one
Th D. O. C. Elct!on.
Mrs Janus G;nM of Jefferson CItv
was ebcti-1 pr-sldern of th. Mbs oiri
dlvm of tho Pnucl.ters of the Con
federacy at Caix Gl-ardemt. Mrs. C.
C. Ra'nw.iter of pt. Tmli s elected
first -e prtddent: Mrs. Mror of
IndefM'tidene, second virc pi e iil v. ;
Mis: Nellie Pitt of Pt Joseph, record
In secretary; Mr C P Mouth of
J-fferson City. crr..'tidlii5 s iv-re-tn
rv ; M". R U Wil.ion, Cape Glrar
d' .iu. treasurer.
A Town Clock In a Store.
The town clock of Independence
that Wept time In the court hoin-e tow
er for many years, ha been taken
down ard placed tn a jewelry store,
where it will remain till the work of
rebuilding tho tower ll f;i)i--t.ed Tho
li nk. hen plied In the new tower,
will be about .15 feet higher from the
r round, and much larger d.al wl'.l I o
Scrding Arp'es to Cnjlynd.
Many per-ons litlnp 'n Kncland will
cat nppet th' w'nu-r tW were ra'sel
In the virlnity of Independence anj in
oth r pert o:: of Jacks-n cu'.n'y. An
Independence firm of as pie huve-
Is V.l-plntr lareo niitnlor f oar of
spp'o to Manchester. Knland I;
U said CiHl this year's cra of apidet
Is a record Ir.akir, be h j to ijul.'y
Train Kl'i a Draf Man.
PavlJ J.unes. an ell nsa roidin
at j?t-asVurs. Cnss cHtntity, was killed
recentlv nr.tr Strssb;i' station by a
MSsonrl Parlfle ttaln. Mr. James,
who mi deif. did pot ie the train
nnd diovo in front of it 11 was s
Verrlv tlil'ind lit a'.tuosl ttie same
muiuier, two ; rs s- by the mime
Lib-iry AtiOc'Jtldrt to Mott.
The Ml-siwi library assslj'lon
will bod it sevewth aii'mil liec'!r
V.v r- cr T I1J at Jo; 11-1
Wruit Iron Wardrobes.
A German Arm is h!evinp suecet
fn th salo of wro;i;l,t Iron w -1 "),(,
They arn supplied in foor d;!?erent
s'i-. Tlia creat advantap-- the ward
robe poufw-sie are extreme durability,
convenient ventilation and cl-anlcic.
and easy of tranior'a'.lon. The door
la msdo cf wire n-i; Ir.n. and as the
top slopes obliquely the conlecta ar
risible at all tiro.
Th Caravan Cure.
Or. cf the inacy "cur'-s" farAd try
fashlosa'ile people weary of ITjd'n,
is tho "caravan cure." Thl slmpl
and ctijoyable method of renewirg
one's a'.ragth cocsiata la traveling
about Britain in a cart, ruth as tie
Gypsies have, and camping cut at
night wherever a haven can be found.
Lord and Lady Arthur Grosvenor
have spent t'je gammer journeying ia
this fathion t!,roti:i Eiranor, a wiid
ar.d mountainous country, cade
famous by the great romance. Lorua
Doone. One nUht Ue- erii:a.ped ca
the farm of John Ridd. of the novel.
The difnculties in till climbir.g have
been enormous, but U:e pleasure of
the trip has made It worth while.
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17. L. DOUGLAS
3.50 &$3.CO Shoes
Birr in THE WOBLD
Wi.Docr'M $4 6 !J tdrs I'm,
N i a is u tw.-i
t jfn1' - a lS4txw:.:r
IHoLS rOS. 1VI.BVB0DY AT ALL IZlCZa.
IB.n'a to t ftO. vr enoa. J
1 i k. v. -cm 9 br- js, - to al'J.
trr VV. l 1. tji-la W uMrf-t, 6. SI and
1 hlliirt- Kh-H-a; Trtr sils l-'t S41U c
itirv rl cnhrr makes.
If I could take ou Into my large
i iactortes at llrocl-ton, jv.ass.nd now?
1 you bow careiully SV.L, LKulashos
' are made, vou would then understand
i why they bold their shape, fit better,
j wear longer, and are of greater value
; than any other make.
kvw yoa Hv. jrm ml eMaln W. L
: OouIm slMkea. Mis am mn& ftwt Is rt-r-i
I Mi ln Sn4lcii, si hkh ir 1 ym oml S f
; p-rkscs mx4 tnwrw abors. Tal nm
I im. Ak ewr 4oltr fc L. lsi t i aairt
nj lnll wM ba tkrta.
rtia lllulri Catalog I ail Mj w-.
W. I lKnLA, Urpv. I i. btvLataa. Wia.
S I OK I. EAD AG ilE
PoaiUreTr eared Jiy
Ikree LaUle I'llla.
TiM-y also r?arr) rxv
rreas trren rjrr-psl. I v
atcmuoa asd Tw Urartj
EiUig. A perfivt rra
eir t. tKiilarsi Nauara,
ITow-ntias.'V tA Ti'-e
ta ta W-sr.i cwied
Tocjrss. pain ta C MJa,
TMIUIO JJVnr. Timr
retruU'o tie Bowr1, rorriy Vecrtaijio.
SKA1LFILL SV'JILLCCSL SUaUFREE.
I HOLD IJPlf
-.it o' rtr r?a M
r Ut 1 1 sr, l H
M v. . ' 3in " 1 e
1 M KS ri ifttf.tf . . . -, .
3ICN Cf Tl f'5h
i a positive BATABRI1
l sukal Utl.
Cnt Cast al 0a.
It elvll--, hr
beaS 1.1 d lvSeo'a
t!j l.s wst l:.-ut.
ti ia and drive
a say a 1 "old la ti.
Head jl. 1,'r. La-
T.iata and hm. II. I
jina - t v n.l 1 Tt
llj IV. 01 -30 s.i.
i't sit Wets., at Prv.
i.J tu- I'Jcta ty f v.L
rr iKntl,Ki u- i.
l v I otN Tf teas jo s s T at
r v s.l. la, Al ...
tt ivwt a at i av
iiil nlojht lonfj from tootha-chc.
rtcuralcjiix or rhcumestiscv
kills the p&in quiets the
nerves ewnd induces sleep
At JI dealers. Price 25c 50c 0100
j Dr. Earl S..S!od.rv,Bos.orv.M5.5S.U.SA.
5r71 Free Farms
1 y4 s fur irmkr
fr ihr ?act ttuM
the fftitrfl fanmse in tee vj.-L
f wh'it frm !S V.arreT t f 1 -T6 iwf-i t"l
::- n lithe Jarnir" i i v-v4-rTj . nfc-i rn
he wot! j h:H", fi Cs:t e fci i; lyiirv-i-
e !! Vnei Fatniri rr a'oir-E j." r V-
,-rurcHr giii ctj'x CurTTtJlJt; CQ-i r k-C '.fc t;
at, )if4 Js-1.
tn'rii'Wl it I jtt fft:cn, Catr&.'ak. t
r I'-'V'"'- C-ca -.in -:---si Arit.
J. 5. CRAFOK0, ha. US W. Koik t-t,
tlassas City, IT tiarri.
s'.wArs purr to lsf.
DiPT L-'T. f WOKB CR Sr..L
S3 HOSE SIOvl POUSH IROtW-tt
CEFIUNGE ST&HCK "
M ottarwt w
srsJf ttTtw tap'e 11 twn"w- "MtXi r"" 4
.flAHCl- lUfUlOR OUAUTf.
depends so much
that the least upset
. . i.
wnoie system, it is tne Jitue tnmgs
that count, in woman's life and health.
The little pains, and other symptoms of
womanly disorder, soon lead up to big
things, serious pains, serious diseases.
It is for just these ordinary, common,
womanly troubles, that the use of a
gentle, strengthening, female tonic, like
IVoman's Relief j
his been found so successful, in thousarvls tf cases, j
in relieving and curing. "I h-iJ tven troubled with f I
feniale cerr.phir.ts for 12 months," writes tMrs.
Bettic: Arp. cf Ea!!p!.iy, Tenn., ";:nd although I was I j
under doetors cure for four months, they did but
little rood. I took er.e bottle cf Wine cf Cirdul
end one do!!irs worth
Drau!;t,and now 1 am
saved my life. We are
always keep it in the house." It relieves worrun's I I
worst pains and reuhtes
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