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After Years of Backache, Dullness
and Kidney Disorders.
Mrs. It. C, Illctmiond, of Northwood,
lown, says: "For years I was a
mai tyr to kldnoy
dizzy spoils, hrad
u"1icb and a tor-
pain. I used ono
remedy aftor an
otbor without bono,
fit. Finally I urinI
a box of Doan's
Kidney Pills nnd the backache ceased.
Encouraged, 1 kept on, nnd by tho
tltno I had usrd three boxes not a
sign of tho trouble remained. My
'health Is perfect."
Sold by nil dealers. RO cents a box.
Fostoi-Mllburn Co., Duffulo, N. Y.
Tho chnrm of Mrs. Uuth MeKnery
Stuart's negro dialect stories wa
groatly onhnnced when she read thorn
horsoir, as she used frequently to ilo
In tho early days of her fame, for
chnrlty and church entertainments.
Hor Imitation of tho nogro dialect was
oxcolloiit. and her small son. who was
very fond of hor accomplishment In
this lino, frequently boastml of It
among tho other children. Once, when
tome of his schoolmates were vaunt
ing tho accomplishments of tholr sev
ml mothers, bo was overheard to de
clare: "Well, my mother Is smarter than
any of yours. Sho can speak two lan
nuncos." "What nro they?" demanded bis
"Whlto and colored."
Sheer whlto goods, In fact, any One
wash goods when new, owe much of
their attractlvoness to tho way they
are laundered, this being done in a
manner to enhance their textile beau
ty. Homo laundering would bo equal
ly satisfactory If proper attention was
given to starching, the first essential
being good Starch, which hns sufficient
Rtrcngth to stiffen, without thickening
the goods. Try Doflnnco Starch and
you will bo pleasantly surprised at the
improved nppcaranco of your work.
Poor Old Bird.
Pop (looking up from tho paper)
I seo there's a' now baby hippopotamus
nt the zoo. What aro you laughing
Johnnie (who is almost as bright
as ho looks) I was Jus' laughln to
think of the stork carryln a hlpporpot
Good Thing to Know.
Those who traverse tho alkali plains
of tho west and inhabit the sand blow n
regions of Texas, find dnlly need for a
rcllablo cyo salve. They never drug tho
aye, but simply nppl externally, tho
staplo, Dr. Mitchell's Eyo Salve. It is
well to krjow that MitchoH's Eyo Salvo
is on salo hero also. Prlco 25 cents.
Tho Saucopan I wondor what
makos tho kettle so happy. It hasn't
stopped singing all day."
Tho Cofteo Pot Why, didn't you
notice Its now lid? Puck.
itnn ciioss n.i.i, iii.ui:
Should bo in every home. Ask your grocer
for it. Large 2 oz. package only 5 cents.
Ella That man slipped on my foot.
Stella Why don't you put ashes
Smokers npprccinto the quality value of
Lewis' Single Hinder ciar. Your dealer
or Lewis' Factory, l'coiw, 111.
It tnkes a truthful man to tell a
llo big enough to attract attention.
Restored to Ilcnltli by Lydia E.
' Rad What They Say.
Hast &Uh Street, Now
York, writes: "Lydla
V. l'inkUam's Vcgota-
iblo Compound over-
iriouio 6uuorini;, una
I nervous hoailachrs.
Jafter ovcrythlnp cbo
had failed to help mo,
nnd I fool it a duty to
lot others know of it."
k Laf jyotto 5t., Denver,
juoi., writes: J nants
to lydla li. l'lnKuam's
am well, af torsuffcring
for mouths from ner
Mli3 Mario Stoltz
man, of Laurel, la.,
Indigestion, and poor
circulation. Lydia H.
Plnkham's Vecc tablo
Compound ma Jo wo
well and strong."
Miss Ellen MT Olson.
wanee. 111., says: "ijy
tno of backache, sldo
nclie, and established
my periods, aftor tho
best local doctors had
failed to help mo."
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, mado
from roots and herbs, lias been tho
standard remedy for fomalo ills.
andha3 positively curedthousandsor
women who havo been troubled with
displacements, inflammation, ulcera
tion, ilbroid tumors, irregularities,
periodic pains, backache, that bearing-down
feeling, flatulency, indiges
t ion,dlzziness,or nervous prostration.
"Why don't you try it?
Mrs. Plnklinm invites nil sick
women to write her for advice.
Sho lias pulrtcd thousands to
health. Address, Lynn, Mass.
sV'Mr em m
W '7 (I wjpW
uBa V" j$l BsV
sbV.IbV C rww .sVI
m g5t jy
FILLED SHIP WITH CANARIES.
Remarkable Experience of Liner In a
It happened In Ibo night, and. ac
cording to tho yarn spuu by Capt.
Sandberg of tho Panama liner City of
Para, It must have been a night of
Tho ship was midway botwecn Aca-
Jutla nnd San Joso do Guatemala,
which Is n latltudo In which tho un
usual Is expected. Tho time was bo
twecn ono and two o'clock In tho
morning nnd It was very dark. Sud
donly an electric storm of great foroc
ity camo up from a revolutionary ro
public on tho starboard quarter, ac
companied by waterspouts, St. Klmo's
fire, nnd a great flock of cunary birds
Everyone knows that St. Klmo's ilro
nnd waterspouts are common off tho
oast of Acajutln, but the cannry blrdB
are a novelty.
At tho first stroko the lightning blew
out tho fuse In the ship's dynamo nnd
sho became as dark as nn abandoned
trolley car. Then tho SL Klmo's flru lit
on tho foie-topmnst and split tho gilt
hall nt the top of the topmast exactly
Into two homlsphores. Ono of theso
fell Into tho water; tho other struck
the bridge- and nlmost hit Second Ofll
Third OfTlcer JCual, who had beon off
watch below, rnn on dock. All tho pas
sengers followed tfual to tho deck, and
tho captain says that tho passengers
thought tho end of tho world had
come. Tho storm wns bad enough, but
it wnB tho birds that flew In tho faces
of tho startled passengers that caused
It lasted for an hour, nnd ln tho
morning, when tho storm had passed
and tho sun roso, there on tho decks,
covering tho nwnings and nlmost till
ing the bonts lashed on tho upper
deck, wero thousands of dead nnd dy
ing canary birds. Capt. Sandberg says
thoro wero thousands of them. Somo
of them had blundered Into tlm stnto
moms in tho darkness after the elec
tric lights wero out.
So tho City of Para camo eafoly
through tho storm when it rnlnod
canary birds, all save the gilt ball at
tho top of tho forotopmast, half of
which was lost ovorboard. San Fran
"The Into Ira D. Sankoy," said a
veteran Pittsburg editor, "onco dlnod
with mu in Philadelphia. During din
ner ho looked about tho restaurant,
whero every tablo was covered with
glasses of white or red wine, and hu
"There is a man drinking a wholo
bottle, a full quart, of champagne. It
Is amazing what a capacity for liquor
some men possess. Aud tho man with
n largo capacity is actually proud of
It Could anything bo moro foolish,
"Then, with a chucklo, Mr. Sankcy
told mo about a beggar ho had onco
"Tho beggar had a red noso, and Mr.
Sankcy gave him f 20 cents, saying at
tho uamo time:
" 'Mind you, now, don't Kct drunk
"'Drunk on 20 cents? Why, boss.
he snld, proudly, 'it 'u'd take tho best
part of a dollar to get mo drunk.' "
Living Up to Orders.
When nine-year-old Teddy dis
played tho shining now quarter which
Mr. Itlngloss had glvon him down at
tho corner store, mother very natural
ly asked if hor llttlo boy had said
"Thank you" to father's friend.
"Surely, you thanked Mr. Itlngloss?"
Still no answer. Troublo showed
on tho llttlo face.
"Teddy, listen. You ought to havo
said: Thank you, sir.' Did you?"
No answer yet and troublo threat
ened to produco showers.
"Couio here, dear llttlo sou. Toll
mamma, now. Did you thank Mr.
Itlngloss for tho quarter?"
Then tho storm broke, but between
tho bobs and tears camo tho required
information: "I told him thank you,
nn ho said not to mention It, nn' I
tried not to."
The Early Military Bahd.
A llttlo moro than seventy years
ago thcro was no such thing as n hrass
band in existence Tho very first hand
ontiroly of hrass dates, in fact, no fur
ther bnck than 1835. Prior to that
time even our military music was pro
duced almost entirely from Instru
ments of wood, and as recently ns
1783 a full regimental bund consisted
of two oboes, two clarinets, two horns
and two bassoons.
As showing tho Important part
played by tho "sounding brass" in
our bands today it Is sufficient to men
tion that In nn upto-dato first-class
band of, say, 42 pieces, there would
probably bo found from elghtoon to
twon'ty horns, to say nothing of saxo
phones, which uro partly clarinet and
The Deadly Suffix.
"Your speech didn't Impress mo an
containing nny uew Ideas," remarked
tho friend, doubtfully.
"That's good," answored Senator
Sorghum. "A speoch with now Ideas
Is vory llnblo to result In giving your
enemies a chnnco to denouueo you ns
tho champion of somo sou of nn 'Ism."
The Proper Thing Now.
"That oltlCBt girl of mine In finally
engaged. Tho youus man cnllotl as a
notification coniniitteo last night."
"And how did you recolvo tho
"Got the family togother and cheered
for 83 mlnuteB by a reliable clock."
of tho Well-informed of the Wotltl lias
always been for a simple, pleasant and
clficient liquid laxative remedy of known
value; a laxative which phy!cinn3 could
sanction for family iuc because lUt com
ponent parts arc known to thorn to bo
wholcsomo and truly bjnuflcial in effect,
acceptable to tho system and gentle, yot
prompt, in nctiun.
In supplying that demand with its ex
cellent combination of Syrup of Fig and
Dixir of Senna, tho California Fig Syrup
Co. proceeds along ethical linos and relics
on tho merits of tho laxative for its remark
That is one of many reasons why
Byrup of Figs nnd Elixir of Senna is given
Ihc prvforonco by Hie Well-Informed.
To get its beneficial effects nlwayt buy
the genuine manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co., only, and for !
by all lending druggist. 1'rioe fifty otale
SEEMED A TRIFLE PERSONAL.
Clergyman'c Particular Reason
Omitting the Fifth Verse.
A clergyman in nn interior town
marrlod a woman from whom bo re
ceived a dowry or $10,000 und a pros
poet of more. Shortly afterwards,
whllo occupying the pulplL ho gavo
out, a hymn, road tho first vorso and
proceeded to read the fifth, com
mencing: "Forever let my grateful henrt,"
then ho hesltnted and exclalnwi:
"Tho choir will omit tho fifth vwrao."
Somo of tho congregation read tho,
verse for themsolves and smiled as
Forrver lot my Rrntctul hmrt
Ills liounill'KS grurc inlore.
Which iflvei ton thousand Mw-sIiibs nowr
And bids mo hojio for more.
We onr One Hundred Dollars Itrnird tor ny
nuc of catarrh tint cannot be cured by Hall's
v. J. cm:xt:v a co . ToMo. o.
We. Ilw umlrrrkmnl. have Kihmii 1". J Chiney
for the Uut IS eri, and tielleie him perfKtly hnn
oralilo In all bualnrm tranntllons and nnaiiclall)r
able 10 carry nut any obllratloni mdr by till firm.
WALDIXO. KNNN A 1UIIYIV.
W holmato Ilru.cUL. Toledo. O.
Hall's Catarrh cure Is taken Inlenially. artlnit
dtrrctly uiion the blood and mucous surfacefl nt trvu
ivftem. Testlraonlali sent tree Trice 75 ut !cr
bottle. Sold by all llnnUi,
Take Hall's l'amlly I'lU lor conillnallon.
Uncle Zcb's Preference.
Uncle Zebulon wns on a visit to his
nephew In tho big city and the two
had gono to a restaurant for dinner.
They had given their order and wero
waiting for it to bo filled when tho
younger man, who had been glancing
nt n paper that lay on the tablo, said:
"By tho way, undo, did you over
havo ccrcbro-splnal meningitis?"
"No," replied Undo Zebulon, after
n fow moments' mental strugglo with
tho question, "and I don't want any.
I'd ruthcr havo fried liver und bacon
Don't Be Irritable.
"An irritated skin makes an irri
table person, and an irrltablo person
gathers much troublo unto hlmsolf or
herself, as tho caso may bo. Moral:
Uso Hunt's Cure, ono box of which is
absolutely and unqualifiedly guaran
teed to euro any form of skin trouble.
Any kind of itching known is relloved
at once, nnd ono box cures."
Dainty Bits of Sentiment.
A fine bit of sentiment fiom Kill tor
Howo of tho Atchison Globe: "Treat
tho faith your friends havo In you as
carefully as you would handlo a dainty
silk parasol in a violent wind and rain
If tho energy that women expend in
mnklng fools of men could ho concen
trated hut what's tho upo of speculat
ing with Imposslblo problems?
Malaria Causes Loss of
The Old Standard GROVE'S
system. You know what you
is simply Quinine and Iron in
Color more coodt brighter nnd tatter colon thin mr
bo) girmeni ntuioui tipping apart, who lor ires
"witK a mishap, the safo -way is to tako Cardui and
prevent the troublo from occurring.
Weak women need Cardui beforo confinement,
to strengthen their system and help them through
this trying period. Thousands havo tried it, and
found it of wonderful benefit, at that and other try
ing times of their lives.
Mrs. Fannie Nichols, of Mexico, Mo., writes:
"Last year I was threatened with a mishap and
"I havo Just one rcqueat." Mill the
dyln man to his relatives.
"What Is It?" they asked lilm earn
estly. "We will grant you anything."
-Well," replied the num. feebl), "I
want you to have carved upon my
monument these wordR: 'Here lies a
man who woiVed for his living.' "
Realising that he bad forestalled
any ntlompt on the part of his rich ro
la! Ions to brag too much about their
family connections, he sank into u
A Household Necessity.
I would almost as soon think of
running my fnrnt without Implements
ns without Hunt's Lightning Oil. Of
all the liniments I have ever used,
for both man nnd lieaat. It Is the quick
est In action nud richest In results.
For hums and fresh cuts It iaalwolute
l wonderful. I regard It as a house
hold necessity. Yours trjly,
"Did yon have a clear conscience
when you hod concluded that horse
"I should hope not."
"I've noticed that when 1 come out
of a horse trade with u clear con
science I come out with the poorest
horse." Houston PosL
Rest and Sleep.
Few escnpe those miseries of win
tera bad cold, u distressing cough.
Many remedies are recommended, but
the ono qulckost nnd best of nil is
Simmon's Cough Syrup. Soothing and
nenllng to tho lungs and bronchial
passages, it stops tho cough at onco
nnd gives you wulcoiue tost nnd peace
Cost of Royalty.
Tho annultios paid by tho Ilrltlsh
pcoulo tp tho king and quoen amount
to $2,3u0,000; $500,000 Is paid In an
nuities to other members of tho royal
Strong Winds and Sand Storms
enue Rrainilntion of the eyelids. PK'ITIT'S
KYK rAIVli rootlicK nnd quickly relieves
All diuggisUorlloHunllliiM., IhiUnlu, N, .
Advocnts of corporal punishment
evidently bollovo that an occasional
spanking makes children sinurt.
am, xtp-To-n.vrn iiou.si:Ki:i:i'r:n3
Ui-c Hod CruKs Hall Itluo. It nukes clothes
clean und sweet as when new. All grocers.
Liberality does not consist In giv
ing largely, but hi giving wisely.
Smoker) have to call for lwls Single
Hinder cigar to pet it. You-.- dealer or
Lewis' Factory, Peoria, 111.
Mnrrlago Is a contract, hut thcro
are lots of contract jumpers.
Mr. WJn.lnw'H Hoothlnr; Bjrrnp.
Forrtitldrrn treUitnir, (often. IhsEuPii, rraucc. Ir
flmnumUon, HU) . iMln, cure, wlnil cullu. lie lojttla
Tho actions of a dumb man speak
louder than his words.
Tlioi Tlrml, Arhlnsr I'cot of Yonm
nt-wl AUiMi't Ki ot-ICjiR. iic nl your limirul&t'i.
Write A. H.OlmUrd.lo Hoy, N. Y, for sample.
When a man Is short ho usually has
a long face.
Walk home in almost any new shoi
They start comfortable.
With every few
Try a pair of smart While House Shoes.
Walk home, or anywhere they start
K rnos jgrrfffso'i ffrfc
comfortable. Continue comfortable
end comfortable stay graceful.
WHITE HOUSE SHOES:
FOR MEN. S3. 30. 44 .00. 55.00 anJ b. JO.
FOR WOMEN, $3.30. 54.01) and i.OO
duster travo uiue Ktbcon stun tar fu.titm. Ati root ori.u or ibtm
1 lib uiWTVit JXJ.JU,
TASTELESS CHIXI, TONIC, drives out Malaria and builds up the
are taking. The formula is plainly
a tasteless, and the most effectual form. For adults and children. 50c.
other dio. One 10c oackaoe colon all fibers.
soouei now to uie, uieacn ana mix voiars.
The Safe Way
Laundry work at home would b
much more satisfactory If the right
Starch were need. In order to get the
deal red stiffness, it is usually nuees
snry to use so much starch that the
beauty aud fineness of the fabric Is
hidden behind a paste of varying
thickness, which not only destroys tl.o
appearance, but also affects the wear
ing quality of the goods. This trou
ble can bo entirely overcome b using
Dotlnnce Starch, as It can he applied
much more thinly bocuuie of Us great
er strength than other makes.
"I)e race bits got tor rlso an' shine
of ever It hopes ter git dnr," situi
Ilrother Williams. "Too mnuy of us
thinks ilst all wo got ter do Is tor go
ter sleep In de hot sun an' risu up nn'
eat wntermllllons In do shade! Dy
ain't no room In die worl' for do lazy
iiihii tie's always d ono .! it gits
nut o iir. nn' dn lavi ilar nn howh;
Ivkazu he's hurl'" Atlanta (.'onstllu
IF you want
Stove for coal
or for wood ex
us for our free
make a com
plete line jf
also Stoves and
Ranges. We operate the larg
est stove plant in the West,
making exclusively National
Stoves and Ranges and built
this business because we make
qll OUr StOVeS air tight, gaS
tight, soot proof and thorough
fire keepers. We will sell you
a National through one of our
dealers in your home town
and give you a double guar
antee, ours and your dealer's,
that it shall prove a better
stove than any you have ever
used and at a price equal to
inferior makes. Write us today.
Excelsior Stove & Mfg. Co.
Slntion B, OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA.
steps they lose com
s-Jm, rannnrr a-: ,iArm
r.tUli QUAUI V
printed on every bottle, showing it
die in cold water belter than an? other dre. You can dto
MONROE OnUO CO., Putney, llllnolm.
"Wine of Cardui helped mo moro than
any other medicine. Now I havo a lino
healthy boy. I think Cardui tho finest
medicine I know of, for f emalo troubles,
and I wish all suffering women would
Cardui is sold by all reliable drug
gists, with full directions for uso, in six
languages, inside tho wrapper. krs. nxm kkbhs
VALUA'RT.17 urIt0 f?S -Pjrellltutrattdnoolr, -Jlimt Tnatmmt ftr
V tl4 UiOJUlii om,ti deacriblnir symptoms of VemsJe DIaca.cs and i r.
Tir(Wr VTrVV JDv'"nblohlntsnlieanh, hygUne, diet, medicine, tic.
OUUiX XJX&h for women. Snt free, poatnald. Address: iarfJw.3
XrJMThaChattanrw Mllln. n l... m
Positively cured by
these Llttlo Pills.
Thy nlfto rrlleYe Dl
Iron from I)yipemlft,In-UK'-atlouniiclTooIlenrty
1 otitis'. A )crfwt rent
inly for PItiliieM, Nn.it"
eii, Jirowftlneftfi, llrlil
I n-ile t n the Jtoiith, Coftt
i-il 1otnror, Pnln In tho
Hide, TOIiriD I.IVKIt.
Tlicjr rcKiila-W Ilia llowcls. 1'uroly Vegetable.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
Genuine Must Bear
TUf MAP) ma U PAT. opic
II thlVs i' ni mm tOQtirolitm
In coniuiiftion Willi WATSON'S rURGK
MIX anil WATSON'S LINIMENrwIininWercd
uci'iirtliiiir to duvet Ions.
on whli'li to a, I'hnmto stork Irmvim Iu-r
nnd itiiWIii i-arrj-itiKulTllic wnl printm-n
riMiillliiir lioc'iw liorHtii, iiiuU unit cultlo
III Hilt VCI'JT lllk Of Jllt1tll.
$1.00 per bottle at your dealers
If lio'nont hi'm.I ni tho 91.00 und wo'll tip
pljr you ImiuiMlU lily,
ll'r M.iit all Ikt Utimtt It'alMH IJn Sttth
Rtmi.ltti H',ilnn't I intmimt, IVatttn'l Cte
Mr.it., IK.i, .', Stattir Rtmt.tr, U'.ilmt
Pvrrr .Uir. If.ittn'i I nm.l tUlttir. IKttm
Mr-I'rvi tlt.iltr. Ikrt tte ti.li tlck,
Wrllo now for our Intnif-allnx froo liooklpt
roiitninlni; xnlimlilo wtnrlnary Inforiiiiilluii
lluiljon Hliontil linvn.
1MB WATSON COMPANY
riNi: ivitiir. auk.
45 to SO Bu. of Wheat Per Aero
bate been grown on farm Until in
Much ra would ba
tAtuIftctoiy. Tlie Rfn.
rial avci.ee it obovo
"Allure loud In tlidr
lunUrs of thr urtat
croim nnJ thnt won
dnlul country." r
tr.Kl ftm tprrcsron .me JVjIioj bJtlotUl
Associitloii cfAujust, t'03.
ll i nnw nnthln tn rmirn a liomeilcau Ol I60
nunutcus navo pau uic coil oi men i i v
purcliucd) and then lnU balance of from $10.00
to $ 1 2.00 pet acre from one crop. Wheal, bailey,
oati.ilix all do well. Mixed farming u n great
tucceu nnd dairying it highly profitable. Excel
lent climate, iplencilJ achoolt and churchet, rail
wayt bring moil every ilUuict willnn easy reach
of maiket. Railway and land companiet havo
landt (or tale at low pricci and on caty tenni.
"Lo-t Heat We.t"pnmphrt nj map aent
free. For theie am! Information as to how
to secure lowest railway rutes, apply to
Supr!ntnc!ent of Immigration
or to the authorized Canadian Govetnrucnt Kgfiali
J. s. CBAwroto,
No. t:S VT. Nloth Slreel, X.nu. City, Kliiauit.
Clean,, aiul U.utiru. th. hair.
Iroinol. a luivrl.nt Kruwth.
W.tir Falls to Itmtora Gray
Jlalr to lis Youthful Color.
ii Maip uir-aM jk nair IftU
For fomoiiB and ilrllclons
cauillrH ami WiouoluU'M,
ahK, wholeHtilH or retail,
212 Stals Street, t-tkato, 1U.
LIVr. STOCK AND
IniirrntTnrlrtT tar aulo nlth lowest prices by
na-iEun miml'iiicii i.Mon, t.a. en,, m.il
Vniaa Volontrra, 18T5-tt onUtlM,
iilcKloru, It-it 14. . Aie,
nn4 "WhUWcy Ilnlilla
trvaloil at liuiuo wlttiuut
uuln. Il.rknr particular i
ETnt riiKi- ii. m.
lliJKlcnkXii! by JOHN W. MORRIS,
PENSIONS Waauiuaton, v. a
"&.?$& Thompson's Eyo Water
OEFIANCE STARCH ,LOTe7
W. N U., Oklahoma City, No. 46, 1003,
..wm..w.M wmmnmumiiji, acno. ,