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A. IX MAT'l KHUN, Keillor.
liihllhM liy TKIHl.'NK nil V
A. D MATTKHON, . - M. lA'.TH Kit KHY,
IlICIl IHUU MIHSOt'RL
All's not Junk that titters.
After a mnn ting shown nil temper,
h fecla Ilk biding.
Of course there In yellow peril
Isn't .China foil of l-'annT
"Pemitiful snow" I the sort yon
don't, have to wade through.
Better be counted twice In the com
ing census thnn not at all.
Queer bi It icomi, the fiiKt mnn la
noon overtaken by misfortune.
A new comet haa been discovered
by an astronomer In South Africa.
What li there in a fish pole that la
ao destructive to a man's veracity?
Aviation l the only sport tn which
"s.olng Up n the air" w ins prizes.
Paint the lily if you choose, but do
not color oleomargarine for commer
This Is the weather when the mercl
fill man should be merciful to bis
beast of burden.
Maybe that Atlanta couple will yet
find their dream marriage turning
Into a nightmare.
y say that there Is sodium In
the comet's tail. Perhaps some one
baa been putting salt on it.
Every big storm on land or sea
proves that the race of American
heroes is by no menns eitlnct.
For the historical painter what more
sublime subject could be presented
than a fat man In the act of boycot
ting a beefsteak?
A London astronomer has arisen to
ay that the canals on Mar are some
thing elpe. We earnestly hope they
re not spite fences.
rittshurg womnn, while milking a
row. Is Informed that she Is heir to a
fortune. Only lucky people havo luck
Think of having a cow to tuilk!
A prison eipert now proposes to
teach convicts farming. In other
words, they are to raise money on
green goods In quite another way.
Trust in Providence Is beautiful and
blessed, but If you Jump Into holes
with your eyes open and think Provi
dence will pull you out you are a
Briefly stated, the high cost of lt
Icg Is principally due to the fact that
we are all so busy trying to make
money that we have no time to pro
Some of the old games hold their
own well. In a mill at Bethel. Me.,
enough checkers are turned out every
year to start 2.400.000 people playing
checkers at one time.
Science discovers that this earth Is
only fiO, 000.000 yours old. We apolo
gize for getting 40,000.000 added on to
the old lady's ano. and hasten to as
sure her that ehe doesn't look lt
A French beavler-than air flying
machine ascended to a height of 3.4'iu
feet and traveled 40 miles. It also
made a safe landing, which continues
to be the critical iolnt In aviation
Professor declares that the planets
are In no danger of colliding Thla
cheers us up a lot. Will he reassure
us further as to the probability of
having larks for breakfast when the
It's a fairly safe prediction that
morn money und human lives will be
aent on aviation this year than eer
before. At that, the casualty list
may not be large, considering the ei
tent of ibe sport and Its novelty.
The controllability of the aeroplane
when there Is not wtnd enough to
complicate the problem of directing
It was signally demonstrated In the
exhibition given by I'anlhun. the
French aviator, with a Kantian bl
plane In the winter aerial tournament
at I.oa Angeles. Ilu rope i.wio feet
Into Ibe air. remained nloft r.ij min
utes, and brought his iiitii-hlrn; safely
to the ground wlihln ten fet-t of the
spot from which he hud mude the an
rent. Dining thmo thousand feet ol
his downwktd trip he shut off hi mo
tor and soared tike a bird
Art for the iiikhiu-r Is a good thing
lt them he taughl that a red table
cloth tt. not In harmony situ good
morals and Its color responsible for
the outbreak of augry passions; that
the shade of wall paper colors thi Ir
emotions; that happiness Is wafted
from Persian tapestries; that cheap
though sallHfactory prints on the wall
are a snare and delusion; that there
can bo no rellnement without sub
jecting one's self to the silent Influ
ence of cut glass, and so on with
the doctrine of noble discontent ad
libitum. All ibis for the uplift of the
The kingdom of Prussia faces a def
icit of $50,000,000. owing to Increases
In the salaries of public oirice holders
I'russli must be trying to establish a
reputation as the politicians' para
dise. A Chicago Judge asks the pardon of
two men whom be sentenced to the
penlteutlary for nuirder, on the
ground thut he Is convinced they are
Innocent. They have already served
16 years. ' Mlstukes of Justl'-e like this
occur seldom, but when they do there
la small reparation the law cn offer
M. W. A. Recreation Camp.
Articles of Incorporation of the
Modern Woodmen of Amerlr. recrea
tion camp which will b located at
Holllster, Itnve been tiled for record.
The capital stuck of the association Is
unlimited and It Is to run for a period
of 1.000 years. The association Is or
ganlxed for the purpose of establish
ing a recreation camp for the mem
bers of Hie Modern Woodmen for
southwest Missouri and eastern Kan
sis. Itliprovi-nien's to cost $".0,000
are planned. The directors for the
first year are Senator K. M. Mcf.ivld,
nr. .1. H. Hoyd, William 11. Johnson,
S. 1). Harman. U. W. (load. tl. T. White,
(5. E. Mine and I.ouls ItnrwcII. The
Y. M. ('. A. of Missouri and the Presby
terian of Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kan
s.is, Tevas and Missouri have a'so lo
cated tin Ir summer camps at Holllster.
The End to an Old Town.
Ed In bur?, known over the state lie
fore the war as the Athens of Missouri,
and for ninny years the rival of Tten-
ton as a trading polrrt and political
center, w here many men, afterwards ,'
prominent In state affairs received i
their first collegiate training, has been j
dis!ncor;-or.-itcd by an order of the i
county court. The order marks the I
last step In Uie little town's retroces
sion, since the Chicago. Hock Island
& Qiiincy. Omaha & Kansas City rail
ways passed the village by.
BIG MOTOR SHOW IN KANSAS CITY.
Next Week's Exposition to Be the
Most Comprehensive Ever
Given in the West.
Nearly as many visitor will be In
Kansas City mt week to attend Hie;
fourth annual Automobile- Show as are i
in the city during the fall P. O. P. fes- j
tlvltlcs. It Is believed. Tlio entertain-'
nietit. tl'at Is cost ilie Kansas City '
Autouiobi'e lValers' association looted
titan $.'('. ono. exclusive of the expense I
of s curing exhibits, will rank ahead!
of any motor entertainment in America
vol given by a manufacturers' associa
tion. More than eighty makes of cars,
the biggest accessories departim lit in
any western show, and a representa
tive motorcycle display will be fea
tures of the show-. Many of the auto
mobiles to be exhibited are new makes,
never seen before In the West. There
will be torpedo types, gunboat models,
and nearly all the other racy dt signs
In car bodies.
At a setting for this remarkable dis
play, the association will convert Con
vention Hall Into 'a magic park of
trees," and by building a balcony pa
v'.Hlon entirely around the hall will
present the big htill 3t it hlgKest. A
realistic sky-piece, speri.il lUlitlnir,
cosy nooks, the air scented with apple
blossom iierfume, an aeroplane, ami
o'her incldintal Items will aocintiia e
the out-of-doors Impression that a visi
ter will sustain.
Kansas City Theaters.
Saliie ;-"is!io- and Ceorgt- 'parsons In
"The Co.lless of Urier-V' with the
original cast and production is one of
the highest features of the present sea
son a: the Grand ();iera House. The
rng.i.'ctm tit roiAiiiciiccs Sunday, Feb.
The Willis Wood will present a
double bill during the week be.-lnnli k
Monday, February L'i. For the first
three nights W. II. Crane lei "Father
and the Hoy" will be the attraction.
During the last half of the week t.rme
Van S'.uddiford will appear in the
comic opera "Ti e Golden Ilutterlly."
At the Shiihrrt during the week
commencing February 27, l,ew Fields
will present one of his delightful musi
cal comedies entitled "Old Dutch."
The music of Hie play Is by Victor
Herbert ami Is uldy Interpreted by 14
solols's and a chorus of f.O people.
They Live Long at Ashland.
If you want to live to a "ilpe old
age" move to Ashland. Ashland, limine
county. The census of l:Bnl give tin; '
town a population of 401. TIiIh mini- !
her bas been Increased huiieh.il un-j
til. pvibapfl, there (ire 401) white per-i
suns resld'lit in the place. More 1 1, jin
2 T cent ut the population of Ash ;
land are past SO years olj. . Flvs of'
th s.. IiIm. in togt iibi bins were born lit
Ceilar towimlilp and hive lunj there'
311 of their lhe. One 4H born Just j
across Cellar Creek in Callimay coun
ty, while still another ctine to M:h-'
soini from Kentucky when only sl j
)ars (i age. The el lest is DO ,, (he I
youngest 10 years younger.. Tlir.e of;
the old persons are intu and twice as
luuny an- woiin-n.
The Old Story.
Mrs. Lucy K'nieison, ,r,0 enrs old, at
Sedalla probably war family Imnn-d
when the mistook gnsoline for coal oil
and poured the fluid on a s noldt ring
lire. Ier ono room house was de
stroyed and also a laige barn and
contents beloiiKtng to Henry Laup
helmer. The County Assestors Elect.
Ttie fctato asHoelatlon of county as
sessors elected these oflleeis for the
next year: 'resident, J. T. Noel,
Monroe count)-; jc president. J, M.
rhllllps, Shelby county, secretary, J.
W. Tlppln, Greene county; treasurer,
J. W. Maupln, Seward county.
To Extend the Katy's Shops,
It Is announced that tho Missouri,
Ksnsas & Texas directorate has ap
propriated $175,000 for extensions and
In i roveinents at the company's simps
River Appropriations. .
The Mver and harbor appropriation
bill, reported ty the rlveis und harbors
rominltice ft the bouse authorises the
expenditure of $l.:!o,'.,0oo for river lm
pfovemint ill which Missouri Is dl-'
redly tuiem'sted. The appropriations
are: Missouri .rlvor, from. the inpulti
to Kansas City. $1,000,000; Slouf CltJT
to Foil ltiiiloii,Mont.? $l7.V0m;' at St.
Joseph, with a view 4o preventing
cutoff Into Jike, Contrary ami, other
taken, $75,001); Os.iye ru,r, IJJ.ittil);
Gasconnde river, $20,00(1. A survey of
the fiasconndo from i .tiancimudo' to
Arlington also Is authorised, by tlio
bill. The section authorizing perma
nent Improvement Work on The' lower
Missouri river reads:. Ittiprvvinll tfte
Missouri riycr with view to eefl.irinj;
a permanent six-foot channel between
Kansas City and IKe lftou'th (if the
river. $l.000.(f i. ITovJded, - thr die -secretary
of war sjiull appoint. a ibryrd
of three officers further to , consider
an report- upon f..e' most eeoborolrat
and desirahia alan . sf .seenrina 'such -
channel, in which renort, consj liirattea.
snail t-e riven to the 'subject of co
operation -on the part of local Interests
in the work of said ItnprpveniOJit Hro-t
vlded furthei that tho, report, hereby i
authorized, fcTali be sVhmit'e.l to con
gress on or -before th't- opening of Its I
next regular .session. . Althii,ch. . the!
hill makes no rrftrence to the lm-.
proveirtcnt plan' to be- followed, the;
committer. In ri report filed rltir-tlte j
bill, retnomnieiiili that, the ,wo-k ln
'tone In accordance with the sij foot
project ontllni d by MaJ. 17 II .' S -hu'.r.
to the war department two years at;o.
Gaynor Invited to (M'ourl. . ,
A committee of Democrats of Siijinc-fit-M
has sent an "Imitation to Mayor
Gaxnorbf New York asklnhlm to'be
present at the celebration of.-tUo l7thJ
anniversary ot tue birth of Thcnr-n
Jefferson to be held in Bpringfebl
April IS. ' The recent ' Democratic
triumph, in ho .special pongrttsskmal.
election iii our state IndiQjtes that the
trend" of public sentiment Is wl h that
par-y on tn0' ifoies r.ow engaging pTW
lie at'entlon. Missouri Deinoera;? srp
ex;ectitig a victory in 'H2 and many,
are beginning to believe that New
York will furnish their national leader.
Contest for Prize ...
The ;tate .board of immigration bu
reau. loc.Ked at Sp.-lliiie'ht, is rcfeiv.'
Ing hundreds of letters dally lesnrillng
the cog'est for, p rites Jvr Ihe-'best
articles on the resource of Missouri,
The prizes are divided Into tt
( losses, one for nd.ilts and one "fdf
children.. The gra,ud prUes ur tD ve
il ere farms to be given by W!ll!a:ii H.J
,,j i iiiiiiieiu, one OI IQH Colli
inissloiiers. Thre. -sve . 'sr a nuiii-'
biT if other ,-i7t;n ranging, frnin, a
env to a pen of chickens.
Is it the O'deit A,pple .Treer .,
.Iom . Ii V .merer ot Missomi (;!. u :
the o tier of. he ohlos: and larj.-e.st a;- '
pie Ine in the state, accurdlng to i
stutls'hs s.it.-i'iol hy .Samuel 1). Xow- '
lm. hu Is an old resident if Vi-s iurl
and It terested in old .tjeeyy The r-.i'.'
is more than Va yij. p nie.vuiy t
eight f t scifii kntib.-w id i lrcninfci
ri i i'. The body la short, being liie
right lielg'i f ir a perfect a;. pie tree. ,
The tree bore apples mure than ii j
years ago. I
Chimes and a Clock for M. U. 1
A niovemeaMastHMtlt' st;A"d iit'ltie ;
t'nlverrlty of. l.-v""l;?o rrsl $f ,000
to conitueiiioratjij l'j;iiln.-t , A." Kiis.
Hill's loyalty 'iu dei'l'liilng a ca.l to the
presidency ift!' c,isrA'-fT Minne I
ota. The rM9ueyto(i,Ii m.V! t' jitil j
chimes and a hie toner cl. u-v ikui.
the dome of Academic ifam' TH're' lt
no clock on the university campus.
Subscriptions will lie taken among tu
dents, uiuninl and faculty members.
Appraised Swope Estate, '.
At an apptalhciin Hi tie ".Ote tif i
Ttiotiias II. Swope ls Vrteruw'nw pow ;
much Inheritance Lav must birpaid by j
the heirs. It was leiuneu Hint the plill-l'
aiithroplsi s hiililliMf nrr(ifti () ui uioro;
than $.:..'.uti.ono.- Of rtii-Jjtqj re iiian
$.!.0ni (mki U taVabt'S ti t'Twlil lake ;
more thnn the amount of the ii-rniiu i
proieity, which Is aliout $ljl,000, to
pay the minor legacies.
Wsa'thy Bachelor of ertsijlrs Pd,
John FreeluilTiie, a wial hy bathe,.
lor, 7T. ji ats o).'d1iirat'.h tiiinu. of
his old friend,, V. Jvachliflr ir
siiil'i-s. Mr. Freebitiuio wjniborrr lr;
Sr.itUnd. lie I'sn.e lo Morgan county.
In IV.:. and has-bseit etit-iig. d iJi the
mercantile busiucM ltPaa etabo time.
Cpt. Blcknell of Columbia Dead.
Ciipl. ChrlKlopher V. Itlcktiell, Kl
y.u old, died at Columbia. Illcknell
KerveJ under Gen. Wlnlleld Scolt lu
the Mexican war and was captain of a
company In tho Confederate army dur
ing the Civil war. iapt. HI?krHI-a!
born in Hunry county, June Ls, 12. ' .'
Liberal Lid Lifter la dejd.
Jack Hays, a wealthy contractor of
St. Jos' i h. is dead at Sun Sprlntls.. a J
Kansas summer resort. Hays a nrs fl
ed attention on Hunilav yeej ago,
when tho lid was on tight by buying
out a saloon In St. Josejih( and .lovMed
inn puniic in 10 unria up an uil'-stoflc
A Columbia Man a Suicide,
C. D. Stockton, agent for the Ameri
can Kprcss rttnttny . In Columbia,
shot himself through the heart at his
home In Columbia.
A CAUTIOUS HUSBAND.
ir. jicnpeca jonn, wnats your
honest opinion of my new hut?
Mr. Honpeik Don't ask me, Mary.
You know yott'ro much bigger und
tronger than I ami
KEEP. BABY'S SKIN CLEAR
Few -parents realize how many es
timable lives have been embittered
find social and business success pre
vented by serloua skin affections
which so often result from the neglect
of minor erupt lona In Infancy and
childhood. With but a Ilttlo care and
the use of the proper emollients, baby's
sl.in and hair may be preserved, purl
fled and beautified, minor eruptions
prevented, from becoming chronic and
torturing, disfiguring rashes, ltcbings.
Irritations' and chaflngs dispelled.
To. this end, nothing la so pure, so
ewect, so speedily effective as the con
stant use of Cutlcura Soap, assisted,
when necessary, by Cutlcura Ointment.
Send to I'otter Drug & Chem. Corp.,
sole proprietors, Poston, for their free
32 page Cutlcura Hook telling all about
the care and treatment of the skin.
Power of Example.
"Jt afn't' a pretty kind vorld for a
poor.ohl Swede woman like me," said
Christine. "Hut sometimes Ids a pretty
good vorld nnyvays. I vas at a place
yesterday vere do lady alvays make
me iron, all afternoon und den send me
home mitout my supper. So yesterday
I toll her how kind you vas to me, und
how .you tell nie set down and rest till
Fuppcr get ready, und g!t nie money
for de street car so 1 don't have to
valk homo ven I been so tired, und all
about you. So ven I put avay de Irons
yesterday dot lady she 3.iy to me: 'Set
dow n und havo something to eat pretty
foon. Christine; you not be In de vay.
Dot's because I tell her about you,
ma'am. I link lots of peoples be gooder
If dey know aliout somebody else beln"
good." Newark News.
. . Unexpected Recommendation,
One day, when Lord Thurlow was
very, busy at his house In Ormond
street, a poor curate applied to him
for a living, then vacant.
"Ien't trouble me," said the chan
cellor,' turning upon him w Ith a frow n-lirg-
brow "Don't you see I urn busy
and can't listen to you? what duke or
lord 'recommended you?"
Thu poor curate lifted up his eyes
aad, with dejection, said he had no
had to recotumeud him but the Ixird
The' Lord of Hosts!" replied the
haiKfllor. "the Lord cf Hot.ts' I be
huvu 1. .hue. had recouinicnd.il loin
fiom Inost lords, but do not recollect
f no from Mill before; mi, do jou hear,
young iniiii, you shall hsvu the living "
Some Luxuries Needed.
Tbore stern economists who are
polfilicg out that the people of small
means ought to abandon "luxuries,"
forget that even such peopltj have a
moral right to something beyond the
bar necessities of life. The ropUl
Increase Jn prices does not mean to
them cutting out, more extravagance,
but forgetting the modest recreations
whUb have brightened for them the
tjlull round of dally labor. It would
be a hard world indeed where one
could tibt&ln Ji.st enough to keep body
i ml soul together, und no more.
I 3HE QUIT
But It Was a Hard Pull.
tt la hard to believe that coffee will
put a pvrnbn lu such a condition as tt
did iui Ohio woman. Shu t'.dls her own
"I did not believe coffee caused my
trouble, aud. frequently said I liked
tl so well I would not, und could nut
quit drinking if, but I wus a miserable
Miifferor from heart trouble and nerv
ous prostration for four years.
"I was scarcely able to bo around,
had rrb energy and did not earn for any
thing. Was emaciated and hud a con
staiit pain around my heart until I
tho lit: ht I could not endure It. For
months 1 never went tn bed excepting
to get up Iii the morning. I felt aa
though 1 waa liable to illo any time.
v "I ic'nucntly I hud nervous thills and
the leas", excitement would drlva steep
away, und any Ilttlo noise would tisct
mo terribly. I was gradually getting
worse until finally one time It came
over mo and I asked myself what's tho
use of being sick all the time and
buying' medicine ao that I could In
dulge, myself In coffee?
"Ho I thought I would see If I could
quit drinking coffee and got some
IVstum to help mo quit. I made It
tflctly according to directions and I
Vsnt to tell you, that change was the
greuteHt step In my life. It wua easy
to quit coffee because I had the 1'ostum
ytilch I now .laito butter than the old
; '"One Iry o'ne the old troubles left,
until npw'l am In splendid health,
nerves Hteiwly,. heart all right and the
papi u II gone. Never have any more
nervous chills, don't take any medicine,
can do all my housework, and have
dono a great1 deal beside."
Koud "The Iload to Wellvllle," In
pkgs. "Tbere'a a Iteason."
Ittwr rra4 ike altnve lflrf A Rfw
frMi IIimv IIim. 1'lier
mr kraut, lrn( 4 loll tf humai
CoTreth Wins Rare, London to 'Frisco,
James W. Coffroth, fight promoter,
won bin hot of $2,000 made with
member of thn National HHr!lng club
of London that be could reach Han
Francisco tn ten days from Ixnidon.
Coffroth had a margio ol two hours
and forty minutes.
Coffroth, according to agreement,
sent telegram lo L'ugnno Corrl. with
whom he had the wager, Win n lie ar
rived at the Oakland pier he wns wel
comed by a .large delegation that,
cheered hint as he stepped from his cur.
The tlmn nuidi) by Coffroth Is the
fastest ever made from Indon to Han
Francisco over tho Atlantic and across
the continent. Ho mndo the trip tn
nine days, five hours and five minutes.
Tho Journey from Omaha to Han
Francisco was mude on the famous Hun
Francisco "Overlund Limited" of tho
Union rarlflc-Houthern I'aclflc, and Is
Imply another victory for Surety,
Kervice, Bpeed via the old Overland
Meaning of Cemetery,
It Is not correct to say that "ceme-
tery" means the "city of the dead." ;
The word Is from the Creek "Kolme- !
terion," meaning sleeping place, not
the place of the dead. There Is nothing
In the thinking that It was originally
Intended to convey the Idea that the
departed wrre really dead any more
thun there Is In the old Hebrew tetm
for cemetery "Hethtilm" the bouse
of the thing.
Make $500 In Gold.
Read the magnificent offer by tlio
John A. Halrer Seed Co. tn another
part of this paper. Get your wits to
work and capture the $;!() 00. ar.d nt
the same time secure a supply of the
most rellublo seeds on eartTi. The com
pany is one of tho largest In the coun
try, and thoroughly responsible.
Only to find our duty certainly, und
somewhere, somehow, to do it faith
fully, makes us good, ktror.g. happy.
and useful men Phillips llrooks.
wesVncss aod ditcaM
It is noo-sreret, non-alc.lHilio and haa a record of forty years of cure. t
A Youa Nsioiisoat. 1 bey probably know ol aonte td its many curr.
If yoa want a book that trlla all about woman's dier, and bow to evrm
them at home, send 1 one-cent stamps to Dr. fierce to pay cct of mailuiif
aj,. and he will send you a rr copy ol hia grrat tliouvanj-pafe illutruicJ
Common Sena Medical Advtaer rcviaed, up-tn d.-te edition, in paper eurrn,
la handaoms clotli-bindms, 31 alampa. Addrraa Dr. H.V. I'irrce, lluJalo, N.Y.
Ewawway I'piwisi m r ' V''' 'in iMBMw wm aiwi'irBw:.wiwiwTn w , p naw-
aim -" n ' 1 " '-" "r-in 10 --
As we get older the blood becomes siuKjtfsh.'the mus
cles and joints stifTen and aches and pains take hold
easier. Sloan's Liniment quickens the. blood, Jimbcrs
up the muscles and joints and stops any pain or ache
with astonishing promptness.
Proof that it is Best for Rheumatism.
Mta. DNin. II. Dm'l. of Mann Choice. K.F.D., No. i, IV, wtltesi
" Hi-ja annd me a l.tiler t Shun' 1 imment l -r rhrumaiUm and mil Ji.iiiis.
Il U the beat iciuedy 1 evct knew lor I can't do wilhout tl,"
Also for Stiff Joints.
Mr. Minn Wtirrira, tton M-'tna Aye, Ititndngham, AU. Wiltra .- '
"I am gUil t aay Ihjt Skun's Uiuuii-ni ha dune m nime jjwoil lH atdf .
Jolnit it, An anything I have ever tried."
is the qickest anil best remedy for Rheuma
tism, Sciatica, Toothache, Sprains, Bruises
and Insect Stings.
Trice !i.V ftOc, and 91.00 at All Dmler.
fieml for ttlnan's rr IViM.k on II Adiiraaa
DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS.
The Upper Heck Bearing snd Spring
Umnilnhiv uriNrtit otiit of thm H rmu,r. Alny
tiuw 11 rk. Ii. Ntaliniusl fatt ot,l) 10 una lha
lartniFfi ftruf. n.l a myrku vulmr. both fl-a-tU rvuu.y.l.le.
.irr mrm, n k..t m nmiw mm ut?n mn wun
lircln, Mdjiioiuiruta, U., ILat DuUmIv
budi'rttiU. 'I Itti
National Cream Separator
Bi'tft hnn iTa h hw tt ih (let-
Mill ? ik-s-Ii-u r..r in .,. uf vtw iM it.uuM
pm.U. 11 tti'MMtiay tinik, r ri ritf HmI mn
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For Family Needs
You will find Ilostcttcr's
Stomach Hitlers csj 'tcij.1
ly well ad.iptcd. It is com
pounded from tho purest
drujs and in Rood for every
member of the family.
When the appetite is poor,
system fun down, or yqu
suffer from Sick I lend
nche, Voinltlnd Heart
burns Sour Stomac h, In
IMIIousness, Colds und
Mntarln, take nothing but
.- r w j -
v$w -v.-.L.v.-y-.T. ' I
Many smokers prefer them to 11
elgura Tell the de:er)ou want Ivwls"
Sinsle Hinder, r.n lory. Peoria, lli uois.
Despair and Despondency
No con but a woman can tell lite story ol the sulTcrir.i;. Ibe
dcp ii.', mti the dropondrncy enJurrd l y women who tsry
a daily burdea of ill-hrlih sud pun hemnte ol diM.rdrni end
dcrsnioments ol the delicate and important orfsns rbst are
diMinctly foininmc. The tortures so bravely endured com
pletely upvt the rx-rves if bm cont.nucJ.
Dr. I'icrcc's I srorite I'mcripticn i a positive curs Ur
of lite feminine orjinum.
IT MAKES WEAK WOnEN SrRONO.
SICK WO.MEN W LLL.
It allsys inflammation, bratt ulceration end snotke-s pwm.
It tones and builds up lite nerve. It fits lor wifehood
nd motherhood, lioont medicine dealers sell it, and
have notions to urte upon you aa ' iut aa Sood."
-- a.Tt Was,