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Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Actually Make New Blood and Good Health Follows. The evil effects that follow many dis eases particularly the grip ami the wasting fevers, such as typhoid aud malaria, are caused by the badcouditiou in which these diseases leave the blood. As a result, the flesh coutiuues to fall away, the sufferer grows nervous aud irritable, aud even slight exertiou causes shortness of breath. These are danger ous symptoms and indicate that the system is iu a state that iuvites pneu monia, bronchitis or eveu consumption. What is needed is a new supply of rich, red blood to carry health and strength to every part of the body. X was all run dowu from the effects of the rrip," says Mrs. Amelia Hall, of No. 5 High street. Norwich Couu., "and could not seem to get strength to walk ; could not eat a fall meal, my ctomach was so weak, and I was so nervous that I could not sleep. I could only stay iu bed a few minutes at a time, either night or day. The least little thing would startle me. I had difficulty iu breath ing and had frequent fainting spells. " My general health was completely wrecked aud I had neuralgic aud rheu matic pains, dyspepsia, constipation, aud female weakness. My physician at tended me for the grip aud agaiu for the condition that it left me iu, but I got no strength from the touics he pre scribed. Iu fact, nothing helped me uutil I tried Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and they cured me. I grew stronger and gained flesh from the time I began taking them. I am satisfied that the pills are all that is claimed for them and I shall do all I cau to make their good qualities known." ' Dr. Williams' Pink Pills cure ner vous disorders of everv kind, check wasting diseases and build up strength. For booklet, address the Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Schenectady, N.Y. For how many centuries has the old hen continued to work her little shell game unmolested? The bridge whist craze, which Is Just now engaging society people everywhere, has been recognized by at least one railroad in the United States. That road is the Colorado Midland, which has Just issued neat little pads of bridge whist, score cards, something which every player needs. These score cards are done In two colors, and will be sent to any ad dress on receipt ot five cents iu stamps to pay postage. Address C. H. Speers, G. P. A.. Denver. Colo. While no man is sure that a woman will make him a good wife, he believes she could not possibly select a better man for a husband. Lewis' Single Binder straight Be cigar made of rich, mellow tobacco. Your Sealer or Lewis' Factory, Peoria, 111. Maby going to church would be fun If it shocked your friends to have you go. Cures Rheumatism and Catarrh Medicine Sent Free. Send no money simply write and ' try Botanic Blood Balm at our ex pense. Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) kills or destroys the poison in the blood which causes the awful aches in pains, difficulty in moving fingers, toes or legs, bone pains, swollen muscles and Joints of rheumatism, or the foul breath, hawking, spitting, droppings in throat, bad hearing, specks flying before the eyes, all played out feeling of catarrh. Botanic Blood Balm has cured hundreds of cases of 30-or 40 years' standing after doctors, hot springs and patent medicines had all failed. Most of these cured patients had taken Blood Balm as a last resort. It is especially advised for chronic, deep seated cases. Impossible for4 any one to suffer the agonies or symptoms of rheumatism or catarrh while or after taking Blood Balm. It makes the blood pure and rich, thereby giving a healthy blood supply. Cures are per manent and not a patching up. Drug stores, SI per large bottle. Sample of Blood Balm sent free and prepaid, also special medical advice by describ ing your trouble and writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta. Ga. THE END OF THE WORLD. The Palisades had disappeared. The most of earth had crumbled. And naught reminded where long ago Niagara's waters tumbled. Commercial greed had one by one The mountain peaks demolished. And in a scheme for patent drinks The ocean was abolished. The Last Man trembled on a rock, . A hammer slowly swinging. He had a money making scheme. With gold his ears were ringing. JT stood upon earth's final verge Vjforn small by man's persistence. Chipped out the chunk beneath his feet And fell from our existence. McLandburgh Wilson in the New York Sun. Jews Do Not Drink Much. A saloon-keeper In London applied to a magistrate to have his license transferred to a house in another lo cality. He said that he wanted to move because the district In which he then was had become a "New Jerusa lem," and Jews did not drink as much as Christians. SHORT KANSAS ITEMS In the public schools of Chillicothe. there are just 761 boys and 761 girls. The members of a lodge at Liberal have decided to give a performance of "Ben Hur." Vernon county, sold its old court house to the highest bidder and it brought 410. - Absent treatment works best, says the Chillicothe Tribune, in those cases where the mind is absent. A thief in Stotts City tried to steal a 20-foot flight of stairs. Fail ing to take the flight he took flight. "The Iowa idea," says E. E. E. Mo Jimsey, "seems to be to get a farm in Missouri as quickly as possible." Burglars robbed a pickle factory at Carthage. These women burglars seem to be getting rather numerous. President Roosevelt will not be asked to stop the strike of $25,0D0,- 000 worth of zinc ore near Carthage, Mo. Richmond is to have a lecturer who, after the big show, gives a "concert" with whistling, singing and imperson ations. The Chillicothe Tribune point out that the appearance of the popular song, "My Panama Gal," is several days overdue. During a period of dullness at Greenfield, a few business men went out of the city limits and dis covered natural gas. All the stumps are to be pulled out of the courthouse yard at Butler and the loafers feel that the county is get ting "entirely too gay." Congressman and Mrs. DeArmond, are the only Missourians whose names appear among the list of guests at the Roosevelt weeding. The Christian church at Sturgeon, Mo., hopes to get $1,000 from the gov ernment for damages to the church edifice during the civil war. For a source of confusion and an origin of perplexity, says the Pleasant Hill Times, the Wamsley game law takes the bam, platter and all. A good many persons, says the Tar- kio Avalanche, are like up-to-date crackers mighty little, nourishment done up in much flourishment- A 10-year-old negro boy of Macon shot his father to make him stop beat ing his mother. Then the mother thrashed the boy for killing the old man. A Missouri paper explains the lack of news in last week's issue by ask ing how anyone can go anywhere with the roads so muddy they would mire a horsefly. Webb City furnishes the latest dyna mite story. Two workmen built a fire in a hole and after removing the fire put the dynamite in the hole to chaw. Both leave a wife and several children. Not many youngsters nowdays. says the Chillicothe Tribune, would stand on the burning deck after every body else had run unless there was a chance for him to roll a cigarette in the excitement. While opening a coal slope near Levicks Mill, not far from Jackson ville, Dave Summers and Dick Ridge- way also opened a jackpot of snakes, Fifty four blacksnakes and one house- snake were killed. Two strangers were arrested at Warsaw, the other day, on sus picion that they were hose thieves. They ' proved they were Mormon el ders. The local paper said they made a bad matter worse. A young woman in Henry county killed a wolf during a recent round up. A pack of hounds ran the wolf under a water tank. The young woman, whose name is Miss Anna Baker, secured a gun and shot the animal. There is a $300 reward offered for the arrest of George Taylor, who with his brother. Bill Taylor, was sentence ed to hang for the murder of the Meeks family several years ago. Bill was hanged, but George broke jail and has not been seen since. Recently one of the Missouri's own galnt trees was felled on a farm near Laclede. It had a diameter of six feet From It were made 505 good fence posts and fifteen big loads of wood. Counting Its age by year's growth the tree was found to be 240 yaers old. W. O. Atkeson of Butler has a chicken eating hog that devours all the neighbors fowls that trespass up on his place. The porker is said to be so fleet that it can catch anything that runs or flies close to the ground. Mr. Atkeson is thinking of trading ttw hog to a wolf hunting club of La fayette county. The Richmond Missourlan defines gossip: Gossip is a human bird with eagle wings and a voice like a fog horn. It can be heard from Dan to Beersheba and has caused more trouble than all the bedbugs, flies, ticks, fleas, mosquitoes, grasshoppers, chinchbugs. rattlesnakes, smallpox, yellow, fever, rats, blizzards, earth quakes, and even whiskey that this great United States knows or will know when the universe shuts up shop and begins taking the final in voice. In other words, it has war and hades In a corner yelling for Ice water. The street? are so bad in Chili cothe that the fire team cannot pull the hose cart faster than a walk through the mud. A buggy has been "installed" at fire headquarters to be drawn by men running on the sidewalks. The buggy carries a line of hose. A Joplin man is building a barn which he hopes will be impervious to rats.. He first dug a deep moat all around and filled it with concrete. The barn has a congrete floor and is. built on a foundation of the same ma terial a foot above the ground. The HERITAGE OF CIVIL WAR. . Thousands of Soldiers Contracted Chronic Kidney Trouble While ir. the Service. The experience of Capt. John L. Ely. of Co. E, 17th Ohio, now living at 500 East Second street. Newton. Kansas, will interest the thousands of vet erans who came back from the Civil War suffering tortures with kidney com plaint. Capt. Ely says: "I contracted kidney trouble during the. civil war. and the occasional at tacks finally developed into a chronic case. At one time I had to use a crutch and cane to get about. My back was lame and weak, and besides the aching, there was a distressing retention of the kidney secretions. I way in a bad way when I began using Doan's Kidney Pills in 1901. but the remedy cured me and I have been well ever since." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y. There is very robust exercise in try ing to run down a slander about your self. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, a they cmnoot retell the seat of the dlease. Catarrh Is a blood or coastf tutlcraal disease, and in order toenre It you must take Internal remedies. Hairs Catarrh Core Is taken In ternal lr, and acts directly' on the blood and mucous surfaces. Ball's Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medi cine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians In this couutry for years and is a regular prescription. It Is composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients Is what produces such wonderful re salts In curing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY CO., Props., Toledo, O. Sold by BTuftfrlBts. price TSc. Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation. No matter how pretty a girl is,' It makes her a sight prettier to kiss her. Important to Mothers. lExamlne carefully every bottle of C ASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy tor infants and children. and see that it Hears the Signature of in Use For Over 30 Years. Ihfi Kind You Hare Always Bought, There is often a lot of dirty alley to front poarch religion. A magnificent steel engraving of Hagerman Pass, the most famous mountain pass in Colorado, has been issued by the Colorado Midland Rail way. This engraving is 26x40 inches and suitable for framing. It will be sent to any address on receipt of 15 cents in stamps by C. H. fapeers, G. P. A., Denver, Colo. Clothes do not make the man, though they often mark his mind. mmm si -; l gpL6uisviIIc. Ky ' BANKS OF CANADA GAIN; PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BIG. Record of Financial ' Institutions for -the Year 1905 Shows Remarkable Prosperity All Over the Dominion. Ottawa, Canada, March 1. The year which has just closed has been one of the most satisfactory and progressive with the financial Institutions of Can-J ada, and the business of the charter ed banks reflects the unprecedented prosperity enjoyed throughout the country during the year 1905. The increased demands made upon the banks of the Dominion by the com mercial and agricultural expansion ot the year were provided for without the monetary disturbances sometimes noted in the United States. Whatever opinions may be held as to the com position of the Canadian banking sys tem, it is claimed that its flexible currency - has many commendable features, and without which the last few months of the year must have pro duced a money stringency with prob ably disastrous results. It is felt' that a wider field of credit in the Dominion is needed, and consequently the capi tal of many existing banking institu tions has been increased and several new banks are in progress of organiza tion. The chartered banks of Canada to day enjoy the confidence ot the gen eral public to a greater extent than ever before. The total deposits of the people in these institutions last year were $522,317,000. which shows an in crease of over $56,000,000 for the year. In actual money in bank probably no other country in the world, compara tively speaking, can make a better showing than Canada. The total deposits of the Canadian people in the Government savings banks, in special savings institutions. and In the chartered banks alone j amounted. last year to the enormous sum of $609,454,000. This represents an average credit balance of over $100 per bead of the population of the Dominion, and it is stated that the only other country In the world that approaches this record is Denmark, where the average credit balance is about $96.50 per capita. The above figures, however, do not comprehend moneys deposited with private bank ers, loan companies, mortgage cor porations and trust companies, or what is hoarded up in secret hiding places. The annual report of the Dominion finance department, which has just been issued to the public, shows a surplus in the Dominion treasury for the fiscal year of $7,863,000, and refers to the remarkable increase in the pub lic revenues during the year. A man never, never can enjoy a I laugh the way a woman can a cry. To sweeten, To refresh, To cleanse the system, Effectually and Gently ; There is only one Genuine Syrup of Figs; to get its bene ficial effects .Always bay the genuine Manufactured by Lbe fSKNIA B S&r FmrvclsccCaJ. The genuine Syrup of Figs is for sale by all first-class druggists. The full name of the company California Fig Symp Co. is always printed on the front of every package. Price Fifty Cents, per bottle. 1 U writes Mary EL Shelton, of Poplar Bluff, Mo., "and trying two doctors for female trouble in vain, I vas finally laid up in bed for about five weeks and was near to death, when I began to take Wine of Cardui. In a week I was up, and have mended ever since. I have only taken three bottles and now I am in good . health and can do my housework without a pain. My custom Is now regular. I can truly say that a Cardui cured me and I cannot recom mend it highly enough." For head- ache, backache, falling feelings, diz ziness, cramps, fitful functions and - periodical pains, take AT ALL BSUCCSTS H 8.C3 BOTTLES ci SAVED Sore Throat Develops Into Bronchitis Mrs. Addle Harding, 121 W. Bright on Ave., Syracuse, N. Y., writes: "I have been a user of Peruna for tbo past twelve years. With me it is a sure preventive of colds and many oth er ins. Mrs. Addle Harding. "Two or three times a year I am troubled with my throat, a kind of raw feeling, turning tp bronchitis. I have had the services of my physician in each case. Two years ago, when I felt a spell coming, I tried Peruna to check it, and to my delight was not troubled with the smothered and chok ing feeling and never have been since. I can check it every time with Pe runa." SIGK HEADACHE Positively cured ly these Little Pills. They also relieve Dls- CARTER'S E tress from uyspepsia. in ITTLE digestion and Too Hearty f J ' Eating. A perfect rem I V Esla edy for Dizziness. Nausea. P LLSa Drowsiness. Bad Taste r ut the Mouth. Coated Tongue. Pain In the Side, 1 TORPID LIVER. They regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable. SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. CARTERS Genuine Must Bear Fac-Simile Signature IflVER 1 1 PILLS. REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. W. N. U, KANSASCITY.NO. 11, 1906. 7 I ifr- , " " sj Dispels colds and headaches when bilious or con stipated; For men, women and children; Acts best on the kidneys and liver, stomach and bowels; flewYork.LY. .After Suffering for Three Years1 FROM CATARRH OF LUNGS! T SO COMMON IN WINTER , BY TAKING PE-RU-NA. v Mrs. Virginia CSTians. Chronic Catarrh of Throat and Lungt Mrs. Virginia, Caviana. room 32, Cambridge . Block, , Portland, Ore., writes: I was a cufferer with catarrh of the throat and lungs for a long time before Peruna was recommended to me. I gave it a trial, although I thought at the time it would be just like other medicines and do me no good. I was pleased to find that my improvement began in less than two weeks and continued until I was en tirely well. I gained nearly 15 pounds, have a splendid appetite and am grate ful for what your medicine has done for me." W. L. Douglas 3H & 3? S H OESffi rV. L. Douglas $4.00 Cilt Edge Line cannot be equalled at any price. V. L. OOUBLAS MAKES STLLB MORK HEM'S SS.BO SHOES THAU AMY OTHER WAMUFAOTURER II THE WORUO. 1 fl flfin REWARD to nyom who can . 9 I UUUU oisprovs thia itatemant. If I could take you Into my three lare factories) it Brockton, Masa., and show you the infinite care with which every pair of shoes Is made, you would realize why W. I Douplaa S3. SO shoes cost more to make, why they bold their shape, fit better, wear lonfrer, and- are of greater intrinsic value than any other $3.50 hoe. W. L. Doolmm Strong Afar cra Shorn for Mm, a.BO, SV.OO. Boym' School A Orom Shoom, 3.BOr9S.1.1 B.S1.BO CAUTION. Insist upon having W.I..Iou0 18 shoes. Take no substitute. Kone genuuia without bis name and price stamped on bottom. Fast Color uetets used ; they tultl not wear brassy. Write for Illustrated Catalog. i . W. X. DOUGHS, Brockton. Mass. Axxtomohile Wants a Good Lrro in Each Town Write for particulars. Liberal terms and catalogue free. plete Km of Runabouts. Tourinc Cars, Etc. 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