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PREPARE SIMPLE HOME-MADE MIXTURE YOURSELF. Buy the Ingredients from Any Drug gist in Your Town and Shake Them in a Bottle to Mix This. A well-known authority on Rheu-1 matism gives the readers of a large I New Tork daily paper the following I valiiahlo vpt Kimnle and harmlma prescription, which any one can easily prepare at home: ' Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half ounce: compound Kargon. one ounce: I Compound .Syrup Sarsaparilla, three ounces. " Mix by shaking well in a bottle, and take a teaspoonful after each meal and at bedtime I He states that the ingredients can be obtained from - any good prescrip tion pharmacy at small cost, and, be-- ing a vegetable extraction, are harm less to take. This pleasant mixture, if taken reg ularly for a few days, is aid to over come almost any case of Rheumatism. The pain and swelling, if any, dimin ishes with each dose, until permanent results are obtained, and without in juring the stomach. While there are many so-called Rheumatism remedies, patent medicines, etc., some of which do give relief, few really give perma nent results, and the above will, no doubt, be greatly appreciated by many sufferers here at this time. Inquiry at the drug stores of even the small towns elicits the information that these drugs are harmless and can be bought separately, or the druggists will mix the prescription if asked to. THE KISS IN JAPAN. One Western Idea That Is Popular with Eastern Maidens. She was a Japanese college student, little and thin, but very graceful in her Paris gown. "The kiss," she said, blushing faint ly, "was unknown in Japan 50 years ago. Now, among the aristocracy, it Is becoming quite renowned. "Yet it comes as a great shock at -rst. It is so different, you know, .'rom anything in a Japanese girl's ex perience. I have known maidens who fainted at a first kiss that was per haps too warmly endered. Yet these very maids became afterward ardent advocates of the new western em brace. "Frankly, I like the kiss myself. Its stimulus, and the feeling, as of red satin, when mouth touches mouth with a warm, soft shock yes, frank ly, I like the kiss, and I find it ex tremely difficult to deny an eager young man so innocent and so delight- lightful an embrace. BABY WASTED TO SKELETON. In Torments with Terrible Sores on Face and Body Tore at Flesh Cured by Cuticura. "My little son, when about a year and a half old began to have, sores come out on his face. They began to come on his arms, then on other parts of his body, and then one came on his chest, worse than the others. At the end of about a year and a naif of suf fering he grew so bad I had to tie his Ti n n H a in rOotrtR at nie-ht. in Vcpn rtim - from scratching the sores and tearing . the flesh. He got to be a mere skele ton and was hardly able to walk. I sent to the drug store and got a cake of Cuticura Soap and a box of Cuticura Ointment, and at the end of about two months the sores were all well. He has never had any sores of any kind 1 n r-o nnrl nnlv for tn CntirMirft "Rem edies my ' precious child would have died from these terrible ores. I used only one cake of Soap and about three boxes of Ointment. Mrs. Egbert Shel don, R. F. D. No. 1. Woodville, Conn., April 22, 1905." - Reason This Out. An English qaanymxo was charged with assaulting one of his mates, and when, the case was carried into court. an eyewitness of the occurrence gave some curious evidence. "He tuk a pick an he uk a pick,' the witness began, "atf lie hit him wid his pick, an he hit him wid his pick; an" if bed nit htm wid his aa hard as he hit him wid his, he'd Ixave near killed him, and not ham Mm.' Sheer white goods, in tact, airy Bn wash goods when new, owe much of their attractiveness to the way they are laundered, this being done ia a manner to enhance their textile beat ty. Home laundering would be equal ly satisfactory if proper attention i given to starching, the first essential being good Starch, which has sufficient strength to stiffen, without thickening the goods. Try Defiance Starch and you will be pleasantly surprised at the Improved appearance of your work. S10O a Month Can he made by any bright man or woman who will act as my representa tive in this township. Here's an un usual opportunity. Write me to-day. H. Walter Cole, 1150 15th St.. Wash ington, D. C DO YOUR CLOTHES LOOK TEI.LOW1 - If bo, use Red Cross Ball Bine. It will make them white as snow. 2 oz. package 5 cento. After pleasant scratching comes un pleasant smarting. Danish. L is Sincle Binder straight 5c. Many mokers prefer them to 10c cigars. Your stealer or Lewis Factory, Peoria, HI. . Wherever we meet misery we owe pity. Drydeo. y. ' ' ' COULDN'T AFFORD IT. "Papa, I -will, marry George!" "Never!" The young girl's eyes flashed, and e bot, passionate blood of her fore- fathers, to say nothing of her own. mantled her cheek with - an angry aslK I ne old man was excilea, 100. Parent and child confronted each oth- ar, ana neimer qaiieo. i you reiuse me mm ai u-u WUI maKe me nappy. Your happiness is very dear to me. my daughter." The old man assumed a lugubrious tone ?nd bowed his head sadly. But tne B1"- aitnougn sne was jusi lurnea 18, had read a few books and divined the situation at once or sooner. Do not seek to deceive me, papa." Child, child, it is for your good that I deny your request." The beautiful woman shivered. Her lips curled scornfully or thereabouts. "What wouldst have me do, sir?" With infinite grace he led her to-a seat. He considered it a great en dorsement to have things come his way thus. . My child, you said , marry. She nodded. "I say elope." She started. "Then I may marry George?" "Most assuredly. But no wedding at home, if you please." He looked at his watch. "Bless you. my daughter. I am-willing to pay for a very stylish elopement, but a wed ding at home no, indeed! Tell George not to stint himself on car riage hire and hotel bills. I will cheerfully meet the expense. You may elope sumptuously and I'll furnish the cash, but I can't possibly afford a wedding at home." Like the sensible girl that she was, she consented to the sacrifice after a good long cry. BAD OVERSIGHT. She But a man last week told me the same story. He Yes, lady, you see I made the mistake of not having the history of my life copyrightedT Chicago Jour nal. Difficult to Estimate. A college gift nay- sometimes be The most uncertain ' thing on earth; In wisdom it is hard to see Just when you've grot your money's worth. ' Washington Star. He Saw One. "When I was in New York recent ly I took a ride out Riverside drive." -Beautiful, isn't it." "Yes. I was greatly astonished." "At the evidence- of great wealth?" "No. One of the houses was no for sale." Chicago Record-Herald. . She Remembered. "Jack, do you love me as much l ever? - - "Dearest, I love you - more : than ever. -. - - - "Wretch T The first time you told I me you loved me, you said It was im- possible to love me more than you did." Milwaukee Sentinel. Got Exercise. VThe Vicar Do you give your dog any exercise, Mr. Hodge? Farmer Hodge Oh, yes ; he goes for a tramp nearly every day. WELL-KNOWN MAKE. - Ethel We've got a new piano. Gladys What kind is it? Ethel I dunno yes, I do. called "Easy Monthly Payments." It'a Can't Squelch Him. "Perhaps,"- said the after dinner or ator, straightening out a reef in. his waistcoat, and beaming upon the as sembled guests, "you have heard the story of the man who ordered the two eggs at a restaurant " "We have," interrupted the entire audience, in unison. "Then you know, of course, that it goes like this." Thereupon he proceeded, in his calmest and most genial manner, to tell the story. Chicago- Tribune. LOVE LAUGHS AT WORK. Tim Oh, miss, I simply love work. Dolly Then why on earth don't you go look for some? Tim 'Cos love is blind. Careful. A horseless riir on a moonless night Down a dust less road to whirl; But don't mistake and invite for such A ride a hugless girl. Houston Post. Ruling Passion. The wealthy plumber stood on the deck of the big ocean liner watch ing a distant whale. "There she blows!" shouted the sail or in stentorian tones. And the plumber was silent and thoughtful. "Ah," he roused to himself, after a long while, "what a dandy bill I could send in for stopping a leak like that!" Chicago News. A Palpable Hit. "That fighting porter of ours that we are always laying oft and taking back, reminds me of a gun." "In what way?" "It is only when he is loaded that we discharged him, and he always kicks hard when he's fired." Balti more American. Tim's Joke. "Did yez notice about th' joke mo brother. Tim played on wan av thlm chauffeurs?" "I heard a turrible thing happened to him. Poor Tim!" " 'Poor Tim,' th' divvle! He had a shtick av dinnamite in his pocket whin he wor run over." Judge. NAUTICAL FINANCE. Mrs. Wigs (superciliously) My hus band has a beautiful yacht. I don't suppose your husband can afford such a luxury? . Mrs. Digs No; the best he can do is to hold the mortgage on the one your husband has. "So Fade the Dreams of Men." dreamed I had a mansion In the sky. All martoted and set with jewels. But. x. my, How your mansions fade and crumble. And your castles takea tumble, " When the clock begins to rumble: "Sun Is high." Milwaukee Sentinel. Almost as Important. "I suppose," observed the curious passenger, "you knew the exact lo cation of all the danger rocks along this coast?" , "No. sir," answered the pilot, "but I know the exact location of all the safe channels." Chicago Tribune. ' Past Tense. , These deceitful women are so ri diculous," said Miss Pas ay. "As for me. I was never afraid to tell what my age was." - -- "No ' woman," replied Miss Wise, "ever minds telling what her age was." Safe. . ""I called a prize-aghter a liar . to day." "Ge whiz! What did he do?" ; "I don't know I hung" up the re ceiver." Cleveland Leader. TEN.YEAR3 OF PAIN. Urtabla, to Do Even Housework Bo- cause of Kidney Troubles. Mrs. Margaret Emmerich, of Clin ton St, Napoleon, O., says: "For fifteen years I was a great sufferer from kidney ' trou bles. My back pained me terribly. Every turn or move caused sharp, shooting pains. ' My eyesight was poor, dark spots appeared before me, and I had dizzy spells. For ten years I 'could not do housework, and for two years did not get out of the house. The Kidney se cretions were irregular, and doctors were not helping me. Doan's Kidney Pills brought me quick relief, and finally cured me. They saved my life." Sold by all dealers. 60 cents a box. Fostet-Millburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. SEEK TO WIN SOLDIERS. 1 Russian Girls Risk Life for the Cause - of Liberty. "When the university opened last autumn I started to. work . again among the soldiers," said the young woman. "As you know, tHe revolu tionists are at present working very hard to win over the army, and one of the means is to talk freedom di rectly to the soldiers. For this girls have been found to be more effective than men; the young peasant soldiers are more willing to . listen to girls, and are far readier to protect them from arrest. So all over Russia hun dreds and hundreds of girls are now nightly meeting with groups of sol diers, in working men's homes and in barracks. To go into barracks and talk revolution to' the soldiers, hard ly anything is so dangerous for the girl caught is tried by court-martial and in a day or two Is executed. From Leroy Scott's Interview with a Russian Woman, in Everybody's. Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach the din eased portion of the ear. There Is only one way to cure deafness, and that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness la caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When thl j tube is Inflamed yoa have a rumbling sound or Im perfect hearing, and when it Is entirely closed. Deaf ness Is the result, and unless the Inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condi tion, bearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are ceased by Catarrh, which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars tor any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured ty uau s i;atarrn cure. &ena tor circulars, tree. r. 4. uuJiA&x cc dr., loieoo, Bold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's family puis for constipation. Well Qualified. "So you want the position of ad vance agent for our circus?" inter rogated the manager. "Well, we need a man who can ttir up - some life everywhere he goes." That's me, boss," hastened the applicant. "Had any experience in stirring up life?' You bet! I tiscl to drive a street sweeper and stirred up millions of germs every day." Most Unhealthy Work. According to a German physician, Dr. 'Horn, miners age so rapidly be cause of their unhygienic surround- ines that they present all the aspects of senile decay at the age or. ou, De yond which few are able to ply their vocation. ' Important to Mothers. Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, a safe and sore remedy for infanta and children. and see that it Bears the Signature of Is. rjae For Over 30 Years. - The Kind Yoa Have Always Sought. Lightning In Town and Country; " Lightning is most destructive in level, open country t Cities, with their numerous projections and wires, are comparatively exempt, '. Hides, Pelts and Wool. To eet full value. shiD to the old reliable N. W. Hide & fur Co., Minneapolis, Minn. Which goes, the faster after being broken a thoroughbred colt or a $10 bill? 'Xewis Single Binder straight 5c cigar made of rich, mellow tobacco. Your deal er or Lewis' Factory, Peoria, HI. Those ills which fate determines, man must bear. Theocritus. Clear white clothes are a sign that the housekeeper uses Red Cross Ball Blue. Large 2 oz. package, S cents. Sorrow i3 an evil with many feet Poaidippus. ? GS0KI(1S7 a -1 5 US' " I PACKER'S 5 HAIR BALSAM Clisn.s nd besntiiies th. ba Pinmwn a luvia growth. ever Tan. to Bestors Grsnr ..- -f Hair to lta Y rtfaful Color. T Clllii seal p rt, !. a hair f .7 JDcant lX3Qat Praqrja XT affllcrtod with ; Tho-pun's Eye Water P-U XKf AM Cetor 1 'wst aily Mm ana faster eosars than ai asaru ana-m The Power Behind the TV7 it rr LrV? POWDER 25 ounces for 25 cents ' A real power that raises and sustains the dough with absolute certainty - No failures. A cannot falL We insist upon refunding your money if a trial does not convince you. Tho Farmer's 95,000 Acres in the "Garden Spot of the World" Is Now Being Opened Up to the American People. Dr. Chas. F. Simmons Ranch the Market. You -will never get another chance like this: $210, payable $10 a month, without interest, buys two lots and a farm of from 10 acres, for truck and fruit raising, to a 640-acre farm in balmy south Texas, Where -the people are prosperous, happy and contented. Where the flowers bloom ten months in the year. Where the farmers and gardeners, whose seasons never end, eat home-grown June vegetables In January, and bask in mid-winter'a-balmy air and glorious sunshine. Where the land yield is enormous and the prices remunerative. -- Where something can be planted and harvested every month in. the year. . Where the climate is so mild that the Northern farmer here save practically aU his fuel bills and three-fourth the cost ot clothing his family in the North. Where the country is advancing and property values rapidly ln- creasing. Where all stock, without any feed, fatten winter and summer, on the native grasses and brush. Where the same land yields the substantial of the temperate- - the luxuries of the tropic zones. Where the farmer does not have to work hard six months In the year to raise feed to keep his stock from dying during the win ter, as they do in the North and Northwest. Where there are no aristocrats and people do not have to work hard to have plenty and go 'in the best society. Where the natives work less and have more to show for what they do than in any country In the United States. " . Where houses, barns and fences can be built for less than half . the cost In the North. - Where sunstrokes and heat prostrations are unknown. Where sufferers from Asthma, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Bay Fever , and Throat Troubles find relief. - Where, surrounded by fruits and vegetables, which ripen every month in the year, the living is better and less expensive than In the North. - Where the water Is pure, soft and plentiful. Where the taxes are so low that the amount Is never missed. Where Public and Private Schools and Churches of all denom , tnations are plentlfuL Where .peace, plenty and good will prevail. - Where it is so healthy that there are few physicians and most. -of them, to make a living, supplement their income from other bus iness. v- . . Write today for full particulars and beautiful views of the ranch. - , DR. CHAS. P. SIMMONS. 215 Alamo Plaza, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. SICK HEADACHE Positively cared by these Little Pills. i They mleo rellere Dla tress from Dyspepsia, In d ig-Btlon and Too Hearty Eating. A perfect rem edy for Xizzine&a. Nau sea, Drowsiness, Bad Taste in the Month, Coat ed Tongue, Pain in the Side, TORPID LIVER. They regulate th Bowels. Purely Vegetable. SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. Genuine Must Bear . Fac-Simite Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. CARTERS I ITTLE IVER PILLS. SPOT CASH FOR SOLDIERS HOMESTEAD RIGHTS - All soldiers who served ninety days or more In the federal army or navy between 1961-1965, and who made homestead entries for less than 160 acres on or before June 22, 1874, means that an additional right is due someone and that it ean be sold to me for spot cash, no matter whether patent issued or not. If soldier is dead, his heirs are entitled. The right descends as follows: First, to the widow; and second, to the legal heirs, or next of kin. Talk to old soldiers, their widows, children, or next of kin, about this class of additional rights. Get bnsy right now and find some of your relatives who made homestead entries in early days. It's easy money. For further information address Com rade W. E. Moses, 82 California Building, Den ver, Colo. v. CARTER'S kl ITTLE I flVER W. L. DOUGLAS $3.00 & S3.SO SHOES THSWORLD - 8S"8HOE8 FOR EVERY MEMBER OF " THE FAMILY. AT ALL. PRICE3. SM OumQimm stfoM no m tare mmU THE KKASON W. Ij. Douglas shoes are ora by mora peopla - ia all walks of life than any other snake, is beeaose of their excellent style, easy-fitting. aa4 superior wearing qualities. The selection of the leathers and other materials for each par, of the shoe, and erery detail of the making is looked after by the most eompleteorganiaation of snperintende&ta,forenienaiHS skilled shoemakers, who receive the Highest wages paid in the shoe industry, and whose workmanship cannot be excelled. If I could take, yon into my large factories at Broekton.Mass. and show yon how carefully W. L. Donglas shoes are made, yon would then understand why they hold their shape, fit better, wear longer and are of greater Talne than any other make. ,My 9 -OO awsef 0S.OO OIH csm Moss esf af bm CAUTION ! Tne genuine have V. X TJouslas name aud nriee st&inued on boti x To SnbstU tt Aak your dealer for W "ii r v mgmh. MiwasBBterw asrs uj FAD EILE ether d l 0w Me nartrsse eaters an fibers. The. Ulllil Mow ta Prat Bles ansl am Clors miQMROC DRUa CO., Qsjiaey, ttUnntm Dough ! a rrnrviiT cake made .'with K. C Jaques Mfg. Cow Uucago Opportunity Just South of San Antonio on Regulations In WESTERN CANADA New Districts Row Opened lor Settlement fMfnwpPfMBri Some of the choices .I L-t 4j&i I lands in the grain grow ing belts of Saskatcbe wan and Alberta have receniiy ucvn openra for settlement tinder the Revised Homestead Regulations of Canada. Thousands of home steads of 160 acres eacb are now available. The new regulations make it possible for entry to be made by proxy, the oppor tunity that many in the United States have beet waiting for. Any member of a family may make entry for any other member of the family, who may be entitled to make entrv for himself or herself. Entry may now be made before the Agent or Snb Agent of the District by proxy, (on certain condi tions) by the father, mother, son. daughter, broths IM oisici ji iutcuuui( uuui iwueii Any even numbered section of Dominion i-uxis In M&nttoba. or the North-Wet Pro-ince, except! nd 24. not re-erred, my be home - ateaded by any person the sole bead of a family, or male over 18 years of ae, to the extent of one- , quarter section, of 160 seres, more or taa" The fee In each ease will be $ 10.00. - Churches schools and markets convenient. Healthy climate splendid crops and good laws. Grain-growing ami For further particulars as to rates, routes, 1 time to go and wbere to locate, apply to J. S. CRAWFORD. ' He. 125 V. flhttn Street. Kansas City. Mil YOUNG F.1EH VANTED To learn Teleirrmpby. 'Write J. a. T1GHK, ears at Mail 0 nsVUWwJ a , sr .... sT!.. .1 . Jty 4 (IfrV Take JIoiiIm aboea. If he cannot supply yon, send. nuui. vataiog tree. W Uoaclsa SS DYES die la eald smti natter than asm nth, rfw. Vim caw a sV ism fri nf aw .sjfrw a. finaii tour.