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Our beasts of burden, the horse and the ox, known for their strength. . - - - a. . - r if- . i 1 , , - ikkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkki m ci tueir iooq irom ine vegetaDie Kingaom. KIT Lltl LiU. WHEAT FLAKE CELERY mm is made from the wheat, the most important cereal that Nature produces as food lor man. It is so scientifically and hygienically prepared as to render it not alone nourishing:, hat cleanly and acceptable to the most delicate stomach. Does not 'bind the bowels as do most breakfast foods. Consumers should be on their Jjpiard against food articles that are made in a haphazard manner as they are likely to prove deleterious to health. ES.lAL.f. tW --A I At tC tT , -ft, n . . - . rsisu-stswuw Ha; wgnugn bihj noauy id uii Can ba served hot. Put In a hot oven for a few Minutes; or cook in boiling milk to a mush. r-Hc r. Price, the famous food expert, the creator of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder and Delicious flavoring Extracts, Ice Cresra Sugar and Jelly Desserts, has never been compelled, -notwithstanding strenuous Food laws, to change any of his products. They have alwaya conformed to their requirements. This is an absolute guarantee of their quality and purity. Indisputable Prof. Two children going with their nurse to meet their father coming from the station saw some one in the distance who looked like their father, but who turned out to be a stranger. "Here turns dad," exclaimed the smaller one. "No," returned the elder child, don't be silly. That's not dad. that's a gentleman." New' York Tri "bune. In 1950. "I don't mind giving up my seat to the right kind of a man," said the first business girl. "Nor I," said the second business girl. "However, draw the line at these brazen fellows who stand up and try to stare one out of one's seat." 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. ' Emperor William has appointed Prof. Ernest von Bergmann a member of the upper house of parliament for life. This is the first time that such an honor has been conferred on a member of the medical profession. 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.) skills or destroys the poison in the ..blood which causes the awful aches in back and shoulder blades, shifting 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 for 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. There is a fact about King Alfonso well worth knowing. Of all the kings who have ever lived with the sole ex ception of Jean I., of France, who lived but a few hours, he is the only one to be a king from the moment of his first, breath a veritable "born king." Mrs. Vanderbilt recently came In possession of a thimble of that excel lent needlewoman. Queen Elizabeth. $100 Reward. $100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to Team that tbere at eat one dreaded disease that science hss been sble to cure In all its stage, sad thafr is Catarrh, ilsll's Catarrh Cars is the only positive care now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being s oonssltattooal disease, require, a oonMltu tlonal treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is takes In ternally, acting directly upon the blood and macou. aorfsces of lbs syatem. thereby destroying the foundation of the d I and siring the patient strength by building up the oonsUtutton and assist ing nature In doing It. work. The proprietors have so much ffslth In Its ourstlre power, tost they offer One Hundred Dollars for any eaas that It falls to care. Send for liat of testimonials. Address F. J. CBKMET A CO., Toledo, O. Sold by sll Drugxl.ta. 75c. - .fake Hsu's Family Puis for constipation. " Powerful Liquid Air Plant. A new liquid air plant lately de signed by Professor W. P. Bradley of Wesleyan university has been installed In the chemical laboratory of Boylston hall at Harvard. The plant is con sidered the most efficient and power ful ever devised and has a capacity of half a gallon of liquid air an hour. Unappreciated. '.'I'm but a single woman," began the suffrage orator. "Don't give up hope yet," interject ed a matronly person in the audience. But they frowned upon her as one who had failed to catch the spirit of the occasion. Philadelphia Ledger. ' Pettit'a Tavern to Go. PetUt's hotel, Jamaica, Long Island, pronounced by Washington "A fit and decent tavern." and 100 years after ward patronized by General Grant, is to yield to age and modern require ments, and will be torn down. 4 .. As Advertised. , " The' Hostess I suppose your new apartment has all the very latest im provements? The Visitor Yes, Indeed. Hot and cold steam heat, running washtubs and stationary elevator. A Supposition. "Supose. said the wise orator "though 'tis a thought stupendous Supose a baby 1 year old with arms of the tremousdous Length of ninety-three million miles, Should in a freak of fun. Reach up and touch the sun. That child would be 253 Years old, I'm told, Before it learned Its hand was burned," ' Liverpool Post. A Vindication for Dr. Pierce. Decision by the Supreme Court of the State, Against the Ladies' Home Journal. A verdict has been rendered In favor of the plaintiff in the libel suit brought against the Ladies Home Journal (published by the Curtis Pub lishing Co.) by the World's Dis pensary Medical Association, of which Dr. R. V. Pierce is president. The suit was brought by Doctor Pierce against the Curtis Publishing Co., for making false statements about one of his standard family medicines linown as Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre scription. In the May number of the Ladies' Home Journal (1904). Mr. Ed ward Bok. the editor, stated that Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription con tained alcohol and some other harm ful ingredients, and Dr. Pierce had in the action alleged that the defend ant maliciously published this article containing such false and defamatory matter. Dr. Pierce further claimed that no alcohol is or ever was con tained in his "Favorite-Prescription." that said medicine was a "vegetable preparation and contained no dele terious Ingredients whatever; that Mr. Bok's statement, pretending to give some of the ingredients of said medi cine, was wholly and absolutely false. During the trial, ' the Vice- President of the World's Dispensary Medical Association stated, that the Ingredients of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription were extracted from the following native roots: Golden Seal, Blue Cohosh, Lady's Slipper, Black Cohosh and Unicorn, by means of pure glycerine. He was asked how he knew, as a physician and ex perienced medical man, that the "Fa vorite Prescription" was a cure for the diseases peculiar to women, such as amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea, ante version retro-version, and he stated that he knew such was the fact be cause of his professional experience and the many thousands of women whose ills had been cured by this "Prescription." The Vice-President, being asked to give his authorities, read from the standard works, -such as the United States Dispensatory, The American Dispensatory and many other standard medical books. The retraction printed by the Cur tis Publishing Company two months after the libelous statement appeared and nearly two months after the suit had been begun stated definitely that analyses had been made at their re quest and that the "Favorite Prescrip tion" did not contain either alcohol. opium or digitalis. Big Profits In Tree. Get the right away from the Idea that because trees do not grow and ripen as fast as other crops, forestry In the woodlot will benefit future generations only, says Farming for March. Most forest trees will reach commercial size well within an ordin ary lifetime, and many of them in a much shorter period. Did It every occur to you that this country offers . to-day few Invest! ments which equal in safety and in net returns the thrifty-growing tree of a commercially valuable kind? Don't fail into the way of thinking that the only interest which a tree yields is its annual growth.- That In itself shows a fair return. " But your trees are not only Increasing in size; they are also increasing rapidly in value. A few days' work In the woodlot each year will yield more money for the same, effort than any other work on the farm. This is a strong state ment, but the facts bear it out- - A Peculiar Audience. "Peculiar audience," growled the star as he came off 'the stage after the first act. T should call him sin gular," replied the stage manager, after a hasty glance through the peep hole in the curtain. Cleveland Plain Dealer. In Norway's Old Capital Sights of Chrbtiania Will Repay Traveler for Time Taken in Journey to the North (Special Correspondence.) With regret for the loss of pleas- ! ures proved in lovely Stockholm, with anticipation for the joys of a town un tried, with a solid night's ride across country, we three emerged from the sleeper, wide awake to the interest and novelty of Norway's capital, re nowned for its busy shipping port, and its fair harbor of long arms and deep dents, which lend a beauty un rivaled amid the glories of this earth. The Crown Prince paid us a visit. and for miles away the country flock ed to the city. Peasant and farmer rattled in, till sidewalk and curb were packed with surging humanity. Flags floated from palace and cot tage; the booming of cannon, the rat tle of hoofs, and the advance of the royal guard proclaimed the noble en try. The ladies held a charity ba zaar, in his honor, and radiant signs flashed out their greeting. , The great structure never had more than push ing room, for the crowds which swept- on to this interesting center. Norway's fairest- girls, arrayed In na tional emblems, allured the buyer to their dainty booths, which flamed In colors gay. Stalls outside satisfied the coarser taste for fries, for yards of sausage and schoqners of beer. Within, the buyer could choose from a list that included an Iced cake or a cart wheel. Many of the heavier goods took their chances, being loan ed as advertisements by the city merchants. And a mint of money was made in lotteries. This was the Norwegian magnet. It riveted, the Matron till she was dragged away, with purse depleted. Kroner after kroner she passed over to the beguil ing maid, who encouraged her weak ness, as she took just one more chance deep down in the well-filled churn, or in the revolving wash ma chine, to draw tip only a blank, where one in scores might find a magic number. Town Rich in Relics. The town was rich in relics, and the Matron browsed in odd corners and fished up twisted candlesticks of brass, and wooden flatlrons three feet long, guided by a crank, which must have slid over the table like a snowshoe, while its deep carving of heroic scenes was imprinted in the clothing. Pewter plates depicted glories never before dreamed, and the Matron will go mourning to the grave, for a certain grand platter. carved in luxury, and stabbed with the date 1784, which grinned at her behind closed glass just before train time. All Chrlstianla has an idle way of locking its doors and going home to dinner between 2 and 4. The city is practically dead. No power on earth could uproot a proprietor. At this trying hour she spied the grinning figures which exulted with sardonic joy in their antiquity. How she beat and clamored at the case ment! How she longed to smash the glass window! How she sees today, will always see, that battered pewter, with its giddy scenes, and staggering figures on the margin, 1784. Wondrous Viking Ship. But if one's soul is lost to such a bauble, what sentiments must over whelm the beholder as he stands be fore that wondrous viking ship whose history runs back 1,000 years, whose ribs and thwarts and rudder defied the lapse of ages, as they lay wrapped Lfor centuries in their mantle of blue clay! Now exhumed, the ragged edges read us ancient history. The I if! -I ;V -a I a -' ,- - . . ', '- '' ' , ' Karl Johan Gade. old bersexers aashed through the wa tery main, with their foaming dragons headed for foreign shores. They whipped up the sea with fury, and they pillaged all in their path. Far back in 800, the great Charles wept for the , havoc which, these northern -sea kings would bring to Southern Europe. His prophecy was fulfilled. They were grim and hardy pirates, these foam-flecked adventurers, . and when the wild life of sea robbing was over, the sturdy viking chief was laid to rest in the brave craft which had borne' him on wild waters. To ns who have watched swift greyhounds and skipping yachts, how clumsy and bungling seems this relic of the seas. But it served the time and need. The square sail was rigged to the central mast, the rudder clung to the right, and sixteen rough rowlocks were wedged Into a side plank. We shonld say. God pity the wild man who set forth on stormy seas to-day In such a ' clumsy contrivance; but 1,000 years back this same contrivance was the proud queen of the waters, the easy . conqueror on a mighty main, and the lesson she reads ns, of past power and present progress alone Is worth the northern trip, even though the tomb chamber which burled the viking king was pillaged of Its hero and its treasures, in remoter cen turies. The Mighty Ibsen. Two mighty monuments, an ancient and a modern, has Chrlstianla, and at daily noontide, the trio hovered in the salon of the Grand Hotel, for but a glimpse of that Goliath of modern times, whose weighty sledge hammer nailed to the walls of "The Doll's House" a verdict which startled mod- Street Corner in Chrlstianla. ernity out1 of Lethean slumber; that mighty Samson who pulled down "The Pillars of Society," yet stood firm as the. rock-based mountains amid the social devastation. While accepted theories swung back and forth like cobwebs caught in those tottering pillars, he stood like a bat tering ram, lunging again and again his hard-headed front into the face of mock modesty, of cowardly sham, of gilt-edged hypocrisy. He was fear less and terrible, he was scathing and shocking, but he was honest, and we loved him for his " loyalty, his courage before conviction, his right about face to duty, as he saw it. Many a craven who had long bent the neck to the yoke of society-as-it-ls knew that the mighty Ibsen had ut tered truths long ringing in his own heart. The head had reasoned them, but the cowardly self had not dared speak them. , It was Ibsen's wont, at midday, to read the papers and sip his coffee at the Grand, unless curious eyes be came too many. In which case ho shied away for intermittent spells. He does not like publicity or scrutiny, and the trio was warned that he had the manners of a grizzly bear. He would not speak nor be spoken to by the hoi polloi. But the general had an irresistible way of her own. and fear lessly would she walk up to the can non's mouth, or beard the lion in his den. In .very pretty words she aired her summer's study of the Norse, and " - i buttonholed the mighty Ibsen quite as if he were her equal, and should be honored by the greet ing. With quaint slips in her halting speech she told that literary lion how well he had written, and how well she liked his stories, his lan guage, his country and himself. The Professor stood aghast before the brazen effrontery. The Matron was mute. The victim was brave, and re taliated with other kindly speeches, which assured the general that her skill in the language did credit to America. "See Ibsen and die," had been the slogan, of the trio, and ri valing the memory of Christlania's glorious harbor, one of the many "most beautiful" views In the world, above the memory of the shattered and dismembered viking ship of cen turies past, is the treasured thought of that ; towering Goliath of modern literature. JaNfegefable Pre paUonf or As similating the Food andBeguIa ong the Stomacfcs andBovrela of Tromotes DigestionJCheerfu--ness and RestXontains neither Opiumlorphin8 norGoeral. MOlXaRCOTIC. jr ii i mfg-lJk-SIMlWLrBCMR Aperfecl Remedy forConstipa Tlon. Sour Stomach. 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"Dear me," said Mrs. Howe, as she rose to her feet, "it Is lucky my name was mentioned, for I never should have recognized myself from that description." She Cough t Him. "1 must confess," he said, in a sad den burst of confidence, "that I'm an odd man.. I long to be different " "Oh! this la so sudden!" exclaimed Miss Passay, throwing herself upon his neck, for she, too. was old, ssid longed to be 1 even. Philadelphia Press.'" It takes more money to make the nightmare go. ' adTsr- ) -- J 1 ft- I eS ) i CARTERS K A ITTlE For Infanta and Children. The Kind You Hava Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years AW KT8M .TI-BBIPIQE IS COARANTCED TO CURK GRIP, BAD COLD, HEADACHE AMD KEURALGIA. -J won't sail satuOHpla. to a d.slsr who won Saarastas It. Call tor your HOKIT BACK. IV IT lOSi"T OVKK. V, W. JWeawer, M. JD., ManuIaoUirer,SjriiTltt, Jf. W. L. Douglas 3&3 SHOES 2ft rV. L. Douglas S4.00 Cllt Edge Lin cannot be equalled at any price. W. L. 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The land that this waa grown on cost many of tbe farmers absolutely nothing, while those who wished to add to tbe ISO acres the Govern ment grants, can buy land adjoining at from Sd to S10 an acre. Climate splendid, school convenient, railways close at hand, taxes low. Send for pamphlet "SOth Century Canada and full particulars regarding rate, etc, to Superintendent of Immigration, Ottawa. Canada, or . to the following authorized. Canadian Government Agent J. S. Crawford. (So. 136 W. Ninth Street Kansas City. Miasoori (Mention tnia nsper. SAVE HALF the prfee.' Toe eaas baat our burar Job. as anr pries. Her. ths rcawn: Ton He deal. inrwiiatMtMtorr. SO DayaFreeTrtal. Two Years Guarantee Kmmbar wamak.wbatw.MiL We'reaotamall onlerkOBM. That', why w. can Bl. .oca a guar antee. tHreet .ale., direct gnar.nt.., a prtc an qaalledan30dajr.tomakopyourmitld. Wrfta for oar eolele catalog and eomplsss selling plaa. Ths iefnj ie f aWch) Mg. U, R. Vsfss, lai. Young Men Wanted for ffia Navy. Ages 17 to 36 years; SIS to 870 per month: op, portonlty for advancement All candidates must paas a physical examination showing tnem to be free from disqualifying ailmentai must be citizens of the United Mtatee ami. able to speak, rend and write Enguah. NAVY RECRUITING STATION. Rooms, 447-49 Ka-as CMy Lifs Bid.. Kansas City. Maw er Boons Cerbjr Bid... Si. Joseph. Ma. npniWAif . mi is ucriaBHtnC aijss.u.. outer starch, only li oancea same price sjwt "DaFIANCE" IS SUPCRIOR QUALITY.