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- - ,?" , -s- a. --"it- a ' ft c- 1 ,v Wi Tee Saay te Marry. Calve, the famous jprlma donna, al though the calls hersllf 'iMme.," Is "aot married. "I hrcve'beea too busy tosaarry," she gays. 'In Europe a -wpman Is called madam when she ceases to Jook like a pirL That is why I prefer to be called Mme. Calve." The prima donna dislikes very much the Enellsh title for un married women. " 'Yes, miss,' for instance; is there any expression le3s pleasinjj to the ear? In France, we say: 4Yes, Madame.' with the flrst syllable slightly accented, and if the Toice is sweet the ear is charmed." Calve considers "the English woman the most accomplished in the world ol society; the American lady comes next. In none of the countries of continental Europe will you meet as ' may ladies who can speak two lan guages as in England or the United States. Of all womankind'none are so happily situated as the Americans. ,Their wealth, personal liberty, and Individuality are astonishing. When a European lady wishes to go on a visit or make a purchase, the matter is talked over with the ramily; here she is free to do as she likes. She buys what pleases her and goes and does as she likes. To know the American woman Is to want to do as she does, to be as she is." The Best ofjatisfaction Hood's Cannot Be Too Highly Recommended Especially For Worpen In Feeble Health. ' C. L Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. : "Ihaveused Hood's SarsapArilla for years awl It has always given the best of satisfaction. I had little appetite and was troubled with rheu matism in the left arm and shoulder and back. As soon as I began to take Hood's Sarsaparilla my appetite increased, the r.heumatic Troubles Ceased and I felt better than for years before. I hare used It in the family and would not do without it. It cannot ba recommended too highly for womenTn feeble health, nor for children whei teething. Any one giving it a fair trial will be well satisfied." Mbs. S. D. Ashley, Uortr Richmond, Ohio. Get Hood's Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly and efficiently, on the liver and bowels. 25c. Driving the Brain at the expense -a r( Vi Pn? - ji -J While we drive the brain we must build up the body. Ex ercise, pure air foods that make healthy flesh refreshing sleep such are methods. When loss of flesh, strength and nerve become apparent your physician will doubtless tell you that the quickest builder of all three is cott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil, which not only creates flesh of and in itself, but stimulates the appetite for other foods. Prtpired by Scott & Botvne. N T. All druggists. "COLCHESTER" Spading Boot I?np larmrrMlnpM t? W TT.nit..nill others. Tix; outer or tap sola extends! the whole, length of the sole down toR ditching, dlffdns:, &c Best quality throughout. The Housewife's BEST FRIEND. OS KSIDE OF EACH CAN LABEL Yw Will Fad s WASHING RECEIPT Wkltt U Trr7 TalatU. :btx"5T xt and be surprised lAUKMUjarani CeRcwnptlves and people who hare weak lungi or Asth , should ute Mao's Cure for CofliumpUcm. It hu cured t)nini. XthBS notlsjur e J one. It It not bad to take. It Is the best eongh syrup. Sold everrwhern. SSe. ays cream CATARRH PrtwfrOOwatt.l eeh Boetril. arrenUN.T. JMItP IPWwWP PWWWC IFwW eW m $l 'tiJHiBKiBiflflr l SSSS7 ' IB3 t--5"jBBB9IBBy i-BSS sr 'BSBB23 tWS3SBMBPfciELSBjS3S-BBlsr! BlllBCKBBkHU mtifiaiM.iSSfMtS!X9K Itttufctm wiiytMiWi STATE NEWS. At Bellesville, John Brown post, G. A. B., has expended $2,500 for the relief of comrades and their families since it was established. "Virgil, Greenwood county, is reported to have been visited by a tornado, de stroying several farm houses and doing great damage to stock. The proposition to vote 810,000 worth of bonds for the building of a new school house which was voted on in Kansas City, Kan., was carried by a trifle mort than 1,000 majority. Mrs. John N. Beynolds returned home from Osawatomie, where she was called by a telegram to see her husband, the noted ex-convict and lecturer. She stated that he was paralyzed and could live but a few days. At Junction City the 17-year-old son of Josiah Copley, was accidentally shot in the arm. The muscles of the arm below and above the elbow were com pletely torn off and it is feared that amputation will bo necessary. Noodesha Sun: Henry Kimball was offered 81,000 for his one-tenth interest in well No. 2 on his place, but refused. At this rate the entire well would be worth 510,000, which is something no other town in Kansas can boast of pos sessing. "Washington special: M. S. Kodecker, an aged citizen of this county, while re turning borne on horseback from a neighbor's, was killed by his horse fall ing. When picked up his neck was found to have been broken by the fall and life was extinct. Enterprise will soon bo able to boast of the second largest flouring mill in the state. Work has been commenced on an addition to the mill of C. Hoffman & Son, which, when completed, will give them a mill having a daily capacity of 1,000 barrels of flour. Kev. J. M. C. Eeed, Baptist minister at Parsons, died suddenly of heart dis ease. He was addressing a meeting at the Y. M. C. A. rooms when he was stricken. He expired within five min utes. Mr. Beed was an old resident, having been located in the vicinity of Fort Scott since 1875. The Ottawa University Guards have re ceived eighty stands of arms with equip ments. The guns are loaned to the com pany by the Kansas tetate military department under a bond of 82,500. Bob ert Atkinson, a graduate of the Lexing ton, Mo., military school, has been ap pointed professor of military science in the university. Neodesha special: Bedington well No. 1, owned by Pittsburg, Pa., parties, was shot with thirty-nine quarts of nitro glycerine, when a column of water and oil was" thrown a heighth of eighty feet. Since the well was shot it has continued to flow at intervals of thirty minutes. It is not known yet what the capacity of the well will be. Ft. Scott is to have a free public li brary at last. The library received 666 votes and 201 were cast against it; leav ing 259 ballots which failed to make any expression on the library question and consequently were counted against it. This would make a total unfavorable voto of 460, and leave an absolute ma jority of 202 in favpr of the library. Abilene special: The J. B. Ehrsara Machinery company, of Enterprise, this county, has 'announced that its shops will be removed to Kansas City, Mo., as soon as the machinery can be trans ferred. It is one of the leading manu facturing establishments of Kansas and has employed a large force of men. Mill and farm machinery are its specialties. While Fred Berret and his family, who live upon their farm about six miles oast of Emporia, were away from homo, the house caught fire from the burning prairie and was completely destroyed. The loss of the house and contents amounts to about 81,500. Other losses occurred in the neighborhood from the same fire, among which was a lot of hay owned by Mrs. Hillis. Pleasanton Observer: The represent atives of two companies are now active ly engaged in taking oil and gas leaGes on the lands of Linn county and es pecially in Potosi township. Guffey & Galey have had men at work in the county for several weeks taking leases. This company has put down about sixty wells in Wilson county. Kans., twenty throe of which are yielding petroleum in paying quantities. A Hutchinson special says: The suc cess of last year's musical jubilee, held in Hutchinson, has led to the organiza tion of a state musical association. The jubilee to be held in Hutchinson on May 8, 9, 10 and 11, 1894, prom ises to surpass the jubilee of last year. The amount of cash to be given in premiums this year is greater than last year by several hundred dol lars, there being twenty-one prizes guar anteed by a fund of 83,000 subscribed by the Commercial club of Hutchinson. The first, second and third prizes of 8500, 8250 and 8150, are for the best choruses of fifty or more mixed voices. The jubilee will be directed andrinstruct ed by Professor Archer, the world-renowned musician of Chicago, who will also judge the contests, and will each morning of the jubilee give drills, in structions and lectures, programmes of which will be published before the jubi lee meets. From Abilene: The populists of Dickinson county have decided .to uso a modification of the Swiss referendum in nominating county officers. Votes will bo taken up in each alliance on tho choice for nominees and a delegate will come in bearing the result. The two names receiving the most votes for each offico in the cteire county will be sent back for another vote and the higher of these on the final count will bo selected. It will take six or eight weeks to com plete the process, and the first vote will be taken in June. Horse thieves are committing many depredations in Lyon county. In Em poria, about noon, while the streets were thronged, the horse and buggy of J. O. Long was unhitched from in front of the Western Union telegraph office and driven away by unknown parties. No clue has thus far been obtained. Later: Thip case proved a mistaken identity of rigs. A lady was visiting a family near the city. She drove the family rig to town and when ready to return took the wrong horse and buggy. When she reached her, destination the mkiake was first discovered. (John Loper, son of Br. Loper, of Atchison, who ran away from home five years ago with Harry Sterner, eon of a cigar manufacturer, has returned home. Hje had been to Hong Kong, China. He says his companion is aboard a whaling vessel to be gone three years. The parents of both young men supposed them to be dead. Mrs. James W. Moffatt, wife of a prom inent citizen of Wichita, shot and killed herself in her own home. Sickness and money worry brought on a species of melancholia about three months ago, and deceased had been under careful watch ever since. About 5 p. m., Mr. Moffatt left her and went to the rear of the hocse. Two minutes later he told his little daughter to go and stay with her mother until his return. A moment afterwards Mr. Moffatt heard a pistol shot and running to his wife's room, found her on the floor with the blood oozing from a bullet wound just below the heart. STOCK AND FA KM. College Bulletin. Bulletin No. 45, issued by the farm department of the State Experiment station at the state agricultural college, details the results of the corn experi ments conducted during 1893. These ex periments included tests of the results'' ofdetasseling, trials of planting at va rious distances, methods and frequency of cultivation, tests of the comparative value of butt, middle and tip kernels for 6eed, and comparative tests of a long list of varieties. Any one interested can have a copy of the bulletin by applying to L D. Graham, Manhattan. Some of the experimental oats that were sown before the cold wave in March have had to bo reseeded, those that were sprouted having been killed oy tne irost. Twenty-four acres will be devoted to an experiment with grasses this season. A test will be made of a mixture of twelve pounds of orchard grass, ten pounds of English blue-grass, and five pounds of common red clover. These will be put in with a press drill, run both ways over the field. Seven acres of alfalfa will be sown in the same man ner, using twenty pounds of seed to the acre. Press drilling is considered the proper method of seeding now in this region. No corn will bo planted on the college farm for a month yet possibly not so soon as that. The experimental peach trees that were laid down last fall and covered to protect them from freezing are being uncovered and promise a fair crop, even though not a live peach bud is to be found in unprotected orchards. This method of laying down peach trees has been tested by the horticultural depart ment for several years with most grati fying success. The trees are laid flat on the ground, secured by stakes and cov ered with hay or straw. An Allen county man is seeding 400 acres to timothy this spring. During March 678 car loads of stock passed through Atchison, via the Missouri Pacific alone. This is the best month's record in five years, according to A. B. Higson, night man in the low er yards. Junction City Union: B. L. Kepper ling, the possessor of one of the most desirable bottom farms in central Kan sas, remarked that it has been fully eight years since his wheat, at this sea son, has been as promising as now. An Atchison poultry fancier sent to Kentucky the other day for a trio of fan cy Light Brahma fowls, paying 825 for them. On Saturday night some fellow swiped them and undoubtedly had them for Sunday dinner, never dreaming that they were worth upwards of 81 a pound. Chanute Tribune: George Ditmars sold five shoats 11 months old that aver aged 340 pounds each and nine pigs 6 months old that weighed 2,330 pounds. He also sold four pigs 6 months old that weighed 890 pounds. Now if any body can beat these figures, why just trot' em out. Neodsho county against the world. Lawrence World: George W. Cady, one of the prominent farmers of Grant township, last year raised 210 bushels of Mammonth Pearl potatoos on half an acre of ground and is now selling them at 65 cents per bushel. At this rate his crops would bring him 8273 per acre. When it comes to fertility Kansac lands take the cake, and when you want to find farmers that know how to handle them ycu will not have to go out of the state. KANSAS KAIXROAD3. Topeka Capital: Preparations are noi well under way for the seventh annual convention of the Kansas Christian En deavor union to be held in Topeka, May 24 to 27. Heretofore, it has been the custom for the convention city to enter tain the visiting Endeavorera, but last year it was clearly shown that it was too much to ask free entertainment for such a crowd as yearly attended these con ventions. However, the fact that the young people will have fo pay for their keeping does not seem to lessen their interest in the coming gathering, for the state committee reports that no less than 2,500 delegates will be here to listen to the excellent programme al ready prepared. Emploves in the auditor's office of the ! Santa Fe at Topeka have been assigned two hours of evening work on account of additional work on account of the re ceivership. A division superintendent of the Mis souri, Kansas &Texas has issued an or J der that the practice of re-employino i men who have been discharged for drunkenness, and have afterwards taken the ''gold cure," which has been in vogue for a year or two, must be stopped. The board of railway commissioners received a communication from H. G. Merrill, of Los Angeles, California, in quiring as to the status of the aban doned Leavenworth, Topeka & South western railroad, and as to the probabil ity of being able to lease and operate 1 the road. As the road is- not in the hands of the state the intention will avail nothing. It is owned by the San ta Fe and Umon,Pacific jointly, and is bonded for "more than it ts worth. A so Jlkutor for tho Santa Fe states that the j road will soon be sold -and will, no i doubt, be purchased by one of the pree 1 estjoiat owners. Pure All other powders are cheaper made and in ferior, and leave either acid or alkali in the food M KOTAl. BAMNla rUWUCK I.U., ICO YKM1.U 91., Mtli-iunn. J What May Bo Done at Odd Moments. When at night the busy woman counts up her used and wasted op portunities she thinks, despairingly: "If I only had those odd minutes in one lump at a time, how much I could accomplish which now seems unattainable." But something can be done with these odd moments which arc so exasperatingly unpro ductive to the diligent one. This is indisputable, because there ar those who have used just such minutes to advantage. Many true examples there are to confirm the statenfbnt. A woman who was obliged to wait at the breakfast table for a dozen boarders to straggle down, in her waiting moments manufactured yards of dainty lace, which she found a profitable way.of employing the time. Another young woman, who daily waited a quarter or an Hour tor an i elderly friend to go driving, kept a book on the hall table and In the waiting times of one summer man aged to do q creditable amount of historical reading. Another kept a Dovel "going" in each room of the house, and whenever she waited lor linner managed to read a few chap ters of which ever book was the handiest The only reading moments of one busy woman was the time she spent every day putting her baby to sleep and her book was kept in readi ness for the operation. New York Evening Telegram. A Standard Bearer. In tho crusado inaugurated nearly half a cen tury ago against the professional ignorance of the old school of medicine, Hostettor's Stom ach Bitters was a standard bearer. Its victories over disease, when the old time specifics proved abject failures, proved that tho pseudo-philosophy -which sanctioned tho administration of violent remedies where tho case required none, which laid down as unalterable rules blood let ting, violent purgation, the uso of omoticj and tho employment of corrosive and cumulative poisons in simple cases of liver and malarial complaint, was in fact the worst of unphiloso phy, contrary alike to the laws of true medic inal science, of hvgieno and of common sense. Biliousness, constipation and chills and fever, as now treated by tho Bitters, prompdy yield whero before they obstinately resisted old fash ioned medication. So do dyspepsia, rheuma tism and kidney complaint, all surely con querable by this safe and really philosophic remedy. An Athletic Reform-Winks : There is like ly to be a change in college athletics next year. Exercises that kill will no longer be tolerated. Jinks: What will be substituted? Winks: Exersises which only half kill, of course. New York Weekly. CATARRH IS SYSTEMATIC In all cases. There is no such thing as local catarrh. There is no such thing as catarrh of tho head only, or catarrh of the stomach only, or catarrh of the throat only, or ca tarrh of the bladder only, or catarrh of any other part or organ only. Catarrh is system atic first, last and all the time. Consump tion might as well be called a local disease because the lungs appear to be the parts most affected. Catarrh in any case js as systematic as consumption. The whole sys tem is contaminated with catarrh matter. Every drop of blood in the body is charged with the poison, which is picked up from the stomach by the blood and carried around in circulation afrer dropping down from the head. Under these circumstances it would appear worse than nonsensical to expect to cure your catarrh by poking, squirting, snuffing or inhaling something or other up your nose. If you ever get cured of catarrh, it must be by an inward medicine that is competent to take all the poisonous catarrh matter down and out of the system from tho inside, putting your whole system in tho proper condition and purifying the blood, so that you are not catching colds to produce catarrh or any other disease. What is tha use of throwing your money away or losing your time, month after month or year after year, when you can get cured" of the most aggra vated case of catarrh of any kind in one or two weeks by using tho Red Cross Constitu tional, the only medicine known at the pres ent, day that is competent to cure catarrh in this thi proper and-only way that it can be cured. Cures guaranteed in all cases. WTrit3 for circulars of general information. Red 'Cross Constitutional Medicine Co., 1032 Main Street, Kansas City, 2Io. Irate German (to stranger who has stepped on his toe) : Mine frent, I know mine feet vas meant to be valked on, but dot brivilege pe longs to me. First Partner: We must cut down cxpences ff we wish to come out ahead at theend of the Year. Second Partner: All rinht. Admit the travelers into the firm. ! Mrs. Captain Smith : And you think any soldier can be fearless? Colonel Stoton: yes; all he has to do is- to keep out o' danjah, mam! There, is no rncger fool in the world thau the man who is expecting to get to Heaven because his wife be longs to church. Mark this: You do not attract attention in Heaven for your piety every time you buy a dish of Ice cream tc help the church. Give a loose rein to passion, and there is more danger of a runaway and a wreck than there is in riding behind a wild horse. No Cheistiak has any business to wear a long face, as long as he can, see somebody smiling who has less to be thankful for than he has. T.JACO BS OIL BURNS, BRUISES, SCALDS, CUTS AND WOUNDS. n i 1 UNiS or. tne lirst privileges of every Christian is the right to live without worry. Whenever we are willing to do good, God will see that we have a chance. It is a good thing for you to have riches, but a bad thing for riches to have you. God's angels never get very far away from the man who lives a life of faith. The man who fears the light is always ready to run from his own shadow. The richest man is the one who can give away tne most witnout re gretting it. No man can love his neighbor as himself unt 1 be first loves God with his whole heart. Many a man who would like to re form the world, has a front gate that won't stay shut. Many a church member sponges his preaching and pays full price for his cigars and tobacco. The Evolution Of medicinal agents is gradually relegating the old-time herbs, pills, draughts and vege table extracts to the rear and bringing into general use the pleasant and effectiveliquid laxative, Syrup of Figs. To get the true remedy see that it is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., only. For sale by all leading druggists. The sweetest meat is nearest the bone, but the sweetest music is noc nearest the trom bone. How's This! We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transac tions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West fc Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Tole do, O. Waldinir. Kinnan & Marvin. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internallv. acting directly upon the blood and mucous recognize the fact that the two portraits at surfaces of the system. Price 75c. per bot- the head of this article are of the same in- tle. Sold by all Druggists. dividual ; and yet they are truthful sketches ,.n, - made from photographs, taken only a few An t.(i, ai c -pi. , , months apart, of a very much esteemed citi- An Earth Angel.-St. Peter (at heaven's o nfinois-Mr. C. H. Harris, whose ad- SaM- t'Omein. . , 'dress is No. 1,623 Second Avenue, Rock cw"LSvP,xT (avX1irly)Ji Ismy hal on! Island, ML The following extract tram a let- straight? Jvewlork Weekly. ter written by Mr. Harri! explains the mar- ' j velous change in his personal appearance. He Befchams' Prrxs are proverbially known ( write3 : "Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis as "Worth a Guinea a box" but they are sold , covery saved my life and has made me a at 25 cents a box. man. My home physician says I am good for ' b J forty years yet. You will remember that I Lovell: This marrying a rich wife is no ' was Just between life and death, and all of use. Markham: Why not? Because, eveu g?SE! fJf ffife& after she's fast asleep you can't find her Sgjtf 1 mi able, to sit up and the cough was very much ,,D . D . , , -. . ,, I better, and the bleeding from, my lungs "Brown's Bronchial Troches" are topped, and before I had taken six bottles of widely known as an admirable remedy for the 'Golden Medical Discovery' my cough Bronchitis, Hoarseness. Couchs and Throat sa nA t .o., o -..... ,a a&- itsuu..0. ajwi UJ Jt WACO "But how do you know she is married? Tou never saw the woman before this min ute?" "Don't you see she hns her suspenders fastened with a horse shoe nail?" Agent: Is the master of the house at! nomer look: ies: i am at noino. A close friend : The one who never lendsyou anything. Cop'h Coagli flalnam In the oiliest anil best. It will break up a Cold quick, tr than ani'thlnc e!:e. It H always reliable. Try It. A Still Hunt. Nervous Wife: I hear a burglar. Nervous Husband : Wo o ! I'll craw under the bed und see if he is there. Now York W7eekly. i Hanson" Klaglc Corn J8aVv.T Warranted to cure or ipnnrv refunded. Ask your druggist for it. l'n " " A man with corns ib naturally ill-tempered, ana inai is wny ne aoes not stana well witn tho community. It is believed that stars have much weaker influence over women than they have over bald-headed men. There's an enuring sympathy between the small boy at the growing wesas. Ho has no desire to hurt them in the least. Your f rlP2ift75 W9&1Bfr&&&9P& 1 1&- JfJwnsff2 Is the most important part of your organism. Three fourths of the complaints to which the system is subject are due to impurities in the blood. You can therefore realize how vital it is to V V T&AfSseises ej22e8 9fr$frfrM MAKES A Pirfeci Girt of Egypt Has Hoi Beea MtHtoralSed E tier m to Cattmaae er Cwten. The eharacters of the ,sThousand -and One Nights" may be almost imagined to step out of their setting words, and take form and glow with the generous warmth of life before one's yery eyes, says a writer in the Gentleman's Magazine. The natives still drink the same coffee, and out of the same cups: they smoke the same pipes, thej wear generally the same dress, they play the same prim itive instruments that whisper the same strange and plaintive tones. The funeral processions wend their way along the streets as of old; the popular festivals or moolids are still observed with the same untiring ca pacity for enjoyment; the public re citers still practice their professions before admiring crowds; the water carriers still carry their burdens, so welcome to thirsty lips; except in the houses of the rich and thoroughly Europeanized, food is still eaten-with the fingers, and in the same manner, and the hands are washed with the same basins and ewers; the mosque jof El Azhar still attracts its crowds of students. Even the old wooden locks and keys are still in use, and the water jars are still kept cool in the latticework; or the overhanginz mushrabiyeh window frames. In stances of this sort m'ght be multi plied a hundredfold. It is, indeed, a wonderful change and contrast that is presented to the eye when you leave the European and enter the SI ! native quarter. And the mind and feelings turn in unison, and become attuned to the changed scene. The sense of taking part in a new and different life steals over you, and you temporarily throw off jour atlinlty with the west and the nineteenth century. The clock of time is, for the moment, put back lor you. The devil would probably be will ing to stop throwing stones at a mis sionary, for a chance to sit down and watch a preacher sniokc. Many a man win tea you tnat tne church he belongs to is full of hypo ciites the moment he finds out that he can't run it What has become of the old-fashioned woman who knit wristlets for Christmas presets? t It will, perhaps, require a little stretch of the imagination on the part of the reader to business. I now feel that It is a duty that I owe to my fellow-men to recommend to tbem the Golden Medical Discovery ' which saved my life when doctors and all other medicines failed to do mo any good. I send to vou with this letter two of mv Dhotographs: one taken a few weeks before! l was taken down sick in bed, and the other was taken at ter I was wau." ihese two pho tographs are faithfully re-produced at the head of this article. Mr. Harris's experience in the uso of " Gold en Medical Discovery" is not on exceptional one. Thousands of eminent people in all parts of tho world testify, in just as emphatic language, to its marvelous curative powers over all chronic bronchial, throat and lung diseases, chronic nasal catarrh, asthma, ana kindred diseases. Eminent physicians prescribo "Golden Medical Discovery" when any of their dear ones' live3 oro imperilled by that dread dis ease, Consumption. Under such circum stances only tho most reliable remedy would lift ?nrun?al iinnr. 'I'hn Vl?rtTrrirf TLitfoi w n tho point. It L3from an eminent physician of Stamps, Lafayetto Co., Ark. Ho says: "Consumption is hereditary in m wifcrs family : some have already died with tho dis ease. My wifo has a sister, Mrs. E. A. Cleary, that was taken with consumption. She used Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov cry, and, to tho surprise of her many friends, sho got well. My wife has also had hem orrhages from tho lungs, and her sister in sisted on her using the ' Golden Medical Dis- Klnnr! 9 m Keep It Pure 9 V For which nothing equals S. S. S. It effectually removes all impurities, cleanses the blood thor oughly and builds up the general health. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atiafa, 6a. AGEHTS MAKE $5 a Payees to IiaJd, free. JOKSHXE & XAX12T. CiadaatM, Okie. K. H. U T. 501-13 pp-Wfees assrociBs aay ef Owe adwrfcfee etg,,plea-ie aeati t& spr. Whether a woman to poor er rjob. It behooves her to acquire methodical business habits, keeplng.her little ac counts accurately, and knowing to a cent lust what she does with he money. Ah allowance Is the first step toward thteend, If at the sas time it Is impressed upon her that every sum spent should be set down. with untalllnjr regularity. In black and white one notes how much more easily the money can b spent how quickly it goes, and jasfc what foolish little nothings have lured it from our pockets Without setting down each item, it Is tea chances to one that jou will conclude you have lost some money, when you cannot see how that $10 bill went, when you only bought such a very few things. The neat little figures are a genuine restraint, besides in stalling a habit and system that will be of great value if fortune smiles, and a great estate comes to your hands, and still greater if economy is a necessity and the dollar has to be forced into doing duty for two. Un less the accounts are kept accurately and cash made to balance every even ing, you had better not attempt any bookkeeping at all, for slipshod methods are worse than none, and only confuse everything rather than help matters. If anything is worth doing at all. J it is worth doing well; and there ia nothing so productive of future good j as the habit of looking carefully out ior tne pennies wnen scnool-days are the only trials, and the allowance of 50 cents a week goes for canu.es and pickles. If this .is once established in childhood, the girl will grow to womanhood with a clear knowledge of where her money goes and what she has to show for iL Saw Everything Worth Seeing. Some one has said that the 4world has progressed as much l etween 1S20 ad the present day as it did between 1820 and the days of Abraham If this notion is to be accepted James Morri?, who has just died at Lyons, N. Y., at the age of 121, has had an opportunity of witnessing as many changes as If he were born just after the flood and lived until the discovery of America. Boston Globe. covery.' I consented to her using It, and It cured her. She has bad no symptoms of con sumption for -tho past six years. People havme this disease can take no better rem- peay." x. ours very truly, .Jr From the Buckeyo State comes the follow, ing : "I was pronounced to have consump tion by two of our best doctors. I spent nearly $300, and was no better. I concluded to try Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. I bought and used eight bottles and I can now say with truth that I feel lust as well to-day as I did at twenty-five, ana n do jusft. as good a day's work on the farm, although I had not dona any work for several years." Truly, your friend, Mr. Dulaney's address is Campbell, Ohio. "I had catarrh in the head for years and trouble with my left lung at the same tima. You put so much faith in your remedies that I concluded to try one bottle or two, and I derived much benefit therefrom. I used up three bottles of Dr. Sago's Catarrh Remedy, fivo bottles of your " Golden Medical Discov ery," and In four months I was myself again. I could not sleep on my left side, and now I can sleep and eat heartily. So long as I have your medicines on hand I have no need of a doctor ; I do not think my house in order without them. Tours truly, Marlow, Baldwin Co., Ala. If it would be any more convincing, w could easily fill tho columns of this paper with letters testifying to tho cure of tho severest diseases of the throat, bronchia and lungs, by the use of " Golden Medical Discovery." To build up solid flesh and strength after the grip, pneumonia, ("lung fever"), exhausing fevers, and other prostrating diseases, it has no equal. It docs not make fat like cod liver oil and its nasty compounds, but solid, whole some Jlcsh. A complete treatise on Throat, Bronchial, and Lung Diseases ; also including Asthma, and Chronic Nasal Catarrh, and pointing oni successful means of homo treatment for these maladies, will bo mailed to any address by the World's Dispensary Medical Association of Buffalo, 27. Y., on receipt of six cents in stamps', to pay postage. Printed In Topeka, Kansas, Wants to talk to yon And all yonr folks. , And yonr neighbors folks. Abont politics and other things- ' ItTs a Weekly Reform Paper All the'year. 16 Pages 64 ColHmas Sl.OO a Yean. KANSAS LEADS THE FKOCES6IOX. r UK ADVOCATE'S educational (sflseaee lias been felt in every county in Xaraas aa& in. every state in tbo Union. It 13 recogniaedaa' a leauek in una great xrunuciu abyoiuvium. The people want good literature, and we treat them to Bare it. We also wast a few dolly with which to do bpsiaess. Yoa pay ha DOtr LtAll, we do the test. Send 25 cU. for a trial, or g4tspe:lar xwtaa ar campaign dabs ADVOCATE PUB. CO , Tepek. X BLOSSOM HOTJSEL Kansas City, Mo. " t ' IfMsite Uwwlmt JUi, . Fee fcw. ykst sle is au napecie. Cable raw Jar $31 parts of tfce city pa th door. .rfy? $ QffAWVWWVL t & J-: v ,? ,.' -I ".