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HEALTH NOTES FOR
AUGUST. til? fcaoc vs. IT ' . . mm'' xC 3C 1 r- s :oc h-.w-v van August la the month of Internal catarrh. The mucous mem branea. esoeciallv at thn hnn-ela. mre very liable to congestion, causing summer complaint, and cuiarrn oi tne ooweis ana oiner Internal organs. Pe-ru-na Is an excellent remedy tor all these conditions. SETTING THE BRIDE AT EASE. "Wldder's" Sympathy Went Out to Fellow Passenger. A couple recently married had Just entered the train that was to bear them to the mountains on their honey moon, when they became aware of the close scrutiny of them by a female pas Fencer, who had evidently "spotted" a bride and groom. The young wife, on opening her handbag, let fall some rice on the floor, and the woman smiled. The other passengers regard ed the couple with interest. Seeing that the bride was every moment be coming more flushed and uncomfort able by reason of their scrutiny, the woman In the goodness of her heart, leaned across the carriage, "Never mind, my dear!" she said. "I'm a widder now, but by this time next week I'll be In the same fix my telf!" What Did She Mean? Mrs. Armitage had a negro servant who continually prated of a certain Mrs. Reed for whom she formerly worked. Weary of hearing Mrs. Reed quoted so often, the mistress asked one day: "Well, Samantha, what kind of work did you do at Mrs. Reed's, anyway?" "Well, honey, I cooked foh huh, I did, an' I cleaned foh huh, an" swep' foh huh, an' I washed huh pussonel appea'ance." Llpplncott's. Mist a Whole Lot In Life. In Japan kissing never occurs ex cept between husband and wife. Moth ers never kiss their children. HighPriced Meat may be a Blessing If It gives one the chance to know the tremendous value of a complete change of diet. Try this for breakfast: A Little Fruit A dUh of Grape-JVuls and Cream A SofWBoiled Egi Some ffice. Crisp Toast Cup cf XVell made To-ttum Food Coffee That's all. and you feel comfortable and well fed until lunch. THEN' REPEAT. And at night have a liberal meat and vegetable dinner, with a Crape-Nuts pudding for dessert. Such a diet will make a change In jour health and strength worth trial. "There a Reason." Brad "Tte Road to WelliUlt." Ju kg. KANSAS STATE NEWS: f Organize to Fight Bugs. The new state entomological cow mission Is drafting rules and regula tions to exterminate the San .Jor scale and other Injurious Insects from the orchards of Kansas. The person' nel of the commission la P. D. Coburn, chairman; Walter Wellhouse, secre tary; Senator P. II. Stnnnard, Ot tawa; Professor E. A. Popenoe, en tomologlst at the Stnte Agricultural college, and Profesaor S. J. Hunter, entomolog.st at the state university. Thla commission wns created by the, last legislature. It has authority to designate Inspectors whose duty It will be to visit the orchards of the state for the purpose of discovering obnoxious Insects and taking steps to prevent fhelr spread. The commis sion was advocated by the State Hor ticultural Society. Water Ways Delegates. Governor Hoeh has appointed the following Kansans to attend the deep water ways convention In Memphis: Oeorge Findluy. Topcka; C. O. Keeks, Kaldwln; M. P. Helmlck, Chanute; Austin A. Torn nee, Reading: J. n Case, Abilene; Charles Lnndls, Os borne; C. M. Keeson, Dodge City, and 8. R. Peters, Newton. This conven tion will bo held about October 5 and will be attended by the president and many members of congress. The water ways commission will make a trip down the Mississippi river from some point In Iowa to Memphis. The president and the governors of sever al states will ncrompniiy the comml sion. In Memphis and St. I.ouls tho president will make spt eeln s. Officers Must Do Their Work. Judge P. J. tlulle of the district court nt Newton has issued an in junction against the county commis sioners, tho county clerk the county treasurer and M. W. Moir and com pany, rest ruining them from carrying out any further the contract entered Into by the conimissiouers with M. W. Moir and company for the searching out taxable property not. properly listed on the assessors' books. It Is claimed by the petitioners for this Injunction that the county commis sioners can not lawfully pay public money to an individual or firm for work that properly belongs to the duties of certain public officials. In this case the assessors. Orient Will Have to Hustle Some. At last the Orient is moving for the completion of Its track to Northeast, through Uutler county and on to Kan sas City. Steel rails are being un loaded at Kl Dorado. The company will have to hustle this work to com plete it by January 1, when the bonds. voted by Kl Dorado, Chelsea and Sycamore townships expire by limita tion. Should tho time expire and tho road be not completed it Is improb able that the townships would revoto them. A Veteran Printer. F. K. Strother, of Galena, who will be S.'i years old tlu; 30th of Septem ber, is one of the oldest printers In the country and he says that even nt his age his fingers are nimble enough to enable him to nt from six to eight thousand ems of hand composition a day. At the close of the Civil war Mr. Strother had charge of the recon struction printing department at Charleston, 8. C, under Gen. Canby. For Home Made Fixtures. The furniture for the new science building at the normal Is being made in Emporia, under the superintend ence of II. D. Pier, an Kmporla con tractor and builder. The regents found that they could get as good fixtures made there for less money than by buying them from a supply house. This patronizing of home In dustry on tho part of the regents k?pt several thousand dollars in Em porta. A Turnvcrein 50 Years Old. The 50th anniversary of the found ation of tho Leavenworth Turn verein was celebrated at Turner hall In that city. Visitors from AtchiKou, St. Joseph, Lawrence, Kansas City, and other places were present. There was a banquet following a musi cal programme. Toasts were re sponded to by K. P. Dnwes, P. F. Meacham, Henry Shlndler. J. H. Rothenberger, H. Miles Moore of Leavenworth; Alford Mler, St. Joseph; Louis Kittlaus, St. Louis, and August Holm, Maryvllle, Kas. S. Kuraener was toastmaster. Live Stock Campaign. The Farmers' institute work under direction of the Kansas Agricultural college will next year bo devoted largely to a "live stock campaign;" more live stock, more fertility, more profits from grain and more regular employment of labor will be the points emphasized along with much attention to the general cure, feeding, breeding, tc. Tne regular Institute! campaign will open on October M, but it Is hoped that many institutes may Le held in September. Humboldt Fifty Years Old. Humboldt's gilded anniversary will be observed some time in September or October. A call has been Issued for a meeting of llio Commercial club to take action on a proper celebra tion of the glorious day. yeara ajro, when the town was founded. Fines Nest o Young Eagles. Mr. ..aldo Chirk, who lives east of Junction City, had the good t'ortuno of capturing a nest of gulden eagle. There were four In the nest and not jaore than throw or four wieks old. HI8 FOOT ON THE TREADMILL. Mr. Joacker Telle of One Sentenced to Hard Labor for Life. Said Mr. Joacker, who wns reading the paper: "Another poor wretch has been given a lite sentence at bard la bor." Said Mrs. Joacker, who was em broidering blue roses: "Probably be deserves it. What Is he guilty of." "Fraud and no visible means of sup port He obtained clothes and a fine turnout with no money and nothing collectible. He seems to be larger and stronger than most of that class, yet It Is plain that be has never done a tap of work, though be has managed to live well, so far. Put the poor fellow takes his sentence hard and cries plteously, protesting his Innocence." "The wretch I He must have dealt with perfect fools!" "No, his victim Is our own friend, Jack Smith." "That clever lawyer! Do read to me all about It!" " 'Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, a 12-pound boy.' "The Kohemlan. NO RELIEF FROM ECZEMA For Over Two Years Patent Medl- clnes, Quack Cures and Doctors Fall Cutlcura Succeeds. "I was very badly afflicted with ecze ma for more than two years. The parts affected were my llmba below the knees. I tried all the physicians In the town and some In the surround ing towns, and I also tried all the pat ent remedies that I heard of, besides all the cures advised by old women and quacks, and found no relief what ever until I commenced using the Cu tlcura Soap, Cutlcura Ointment, and Cutlcura Resolvent. In tho Cutlcura Remedies I found Immediate relief, and was soon sound and well. C. V. Ueltz, Tippecanoe, Ind., Nov. 15, '05." In Extremis. Tho yacht was heavily becalmed. There wero but ten bottles of cham pagne In tho lockers. Their last signal of distress had been sent up, without bringing any response. "Gentlemen," exclaimed tho commo dore, in a quavering voice, "I can no longer conceal tho hideous truth from you. Sobriety stares us In tho face!" It was a wildly various scene which ensued. Some blasphemed, some prayed, some, in an access of frenzied wantonness, sang songs, while some sat stoically by, awaiting their fate with at least an outward calm. Puck. Starch, like everything else, Is be ing constantly improved, the patent Starches put on the market 25 years ago are very different and Inferior tc those of the present day. In the lat est discovery Defiance Starch all in jurious chemicals are omitted, while the addition of another Ingredient, In vented by us, gives to the Starch a strength and smoothness never ap proached by other brands. Evidently Frank Has a Cinch. Tho following letter was picked up in the streets of Longmont tho other day, says the San Francisco Call: "My Darling Frank: I swallowed the postage stamp that was on your last letter, because I knew that your Hps had touched it, and, oh, Frank, I felt so happy afterward. Put two stamps on your next letter." CHEAP IRRIGATED LAND. Grand opening Sept. 6th under Carey Act. Little Snake River Valley, Routt County, Colo. $25.50 per acre for land and water. $5.25 per acre down. Ex cursion rates. Routt County Develop ment Co., 814 17th St., Denver, Colo. The Limit. Biggs The Dopsons are very exclu sive, I understand. DIggs Yes, indeed. Why, they even have wire screens on their doors and windows so their files can't get out and associate with tho flies of their neighbors. Chicago Dally News. By following tho directions, which are plainly printed on each package of Defiance Starch, Men's Collars and Cuff 8 can bo made Just as stiff as de sired, with either gloss or domestic finish. Try It, 1C ox. for 10c, Bold by all good grocers. German Judicial System. In Germany a prisoner Is acquitted on a tie vote by tho Jury. A vote of seven to five leaves the decision with the court, while a vote of eight to four means conviction. Ladies Can Wear Shoes One lize rmullt-r after uxinR Allen's Foot ha he. A certain cure for svolliii,weatmg, hot, aching feet. At nil Druggictii, 29. Ac cent no substitute. Trial pnekiige FHKE. AddreBS A. iS. Olmsted, Ijs Hoy, N. V. Countries of Large Area. In round figures, the area of India Is 1,500,000 square miles; tho I'tiited States, 3,500.000, and Russia, Includ ing Siberia, 8,000,000. am. ti'-To-nTR iirM:Kr:i.ri:ii l'e Red Cron Hall Itlue. It ni.il.es clothe tlcuu uml sweet as wliin new. All grocer. It Is pleasant to look on the rain when one stands dry. Dutch. Mm. Wlnilnir'a RtKtthlne Syrnp. For rtilhtreu teellitnir , fufu-u. the ir""'.. n-ourna In temtuitiluu, allaj plu, curw wlod wllu. a bums. They have hopo of victory who en dure. Perslus. What, is Castor ia. QAST0HIA is a harmless Buhtituto for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Peverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Eatulency. It assimilates tho Pood, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho children's Panacca-Tho Mother's Priend. The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in tisofor over 30 years, has bonw the signature of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been mado under Lis personal supervision sinco ita infancy. Allow no ono to deccivo you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" aro but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experienco against Experiment. Letters from Prominent Physicians addressed to Chas. II. Fletcher. Dr. F. Gerald Wattner, of Buffalo, N. V., pays: "Your Castoria In pond lor children and I frequently prescribo it, always obtaining tho desired results." Dr. Gustavo A. Elsengractcr, cf St. Taul. Minn., says: "I liavo used your Castoria repeatedly in my practice with good results, and can recom mend It as an excellent, mild and harmless remedy for children." Dr. E. J. Dennis, of Ft. I.oula, Mo., pays: "I l.avo lined and prescribetT your Castoria In my sanitarium and outside prat tla for a number of years and Cnd it to bo tn excellent remedy for children." fr. S. A. Enchanan, of Philadelphia, Pa., pays: "I havo used your Cum toria In tho caso of t :y own baby and find it i leasaut to take, and havo obtained excellent results from its use." rr. J. E. Rlmpscn, ef Chicago, 111., Fay; i iinVo tf?p.l your Castoria In caEcg of colic In children nud Lavo found it llio Ust modloiuo of Ha Liiul on tho market." Dr. II. K. Ki klldron, cf Omaha, Ne!., pays: "I find your Castoria in be a standard family remedy. It la tho best thinu for iuCiulu and children 1 havo ever known and I recommend It," Dr. L. U. KoUnsoa, cf Kansas City, Mo., pays: "Your Castoria certainly has merit. Is not Its aire, Its continued uso by mothern tlirotir.lt all thcs.i years, and tho many attempts to imitate, it, Fiifflelent rocoiiiwoLdutiou? Vhat can a physician add? Leave, It to tho mothers." Dr. Edwin F. Tardee, cf Xew York City, pays: 'Tor oeveral years I havn recommended your Castoria nnd ehnll always coutlnuo to do Bi. aj it h:i i Invariably produced beneficial results." Dr. N. D. Slzer, of Brooklyn, N. Y say: "I object to what aro calle.t patent medicines, rhero maker alono knows what Ingredients ore, put la them, but I know tho formula of your Castoria and advlso Its use." GENUINE CASTORI A, ALWAYS fears taa signataro of 1SB vMi 1 1 1 1 : at Acgcl;iWorrrparaiionrprAs simi!aliii3iiicFood.m(IKa'iili luigiiifSioniadBaiulMsif 1 Promolcs Dipslioiiiflir rtful rtPSs; iind Ri'st.Coiilainsncilhfr Opiuni.Morpluitc norMmua!. Not Nakcotic. flnpptin Sndm jtlx-Sentm JtxMUSMtf Jtiisriml ltiCvicmtbJa SUpir . ntuimii Ihmr. Anrrfcrl Rpmpdv fnrrnrnltes I ion , Sour Stoniach.Dlarrhon Vformsfonvu sionsJcvrnsh ncss aiulLoss ofSleep. Facsimile Sijjnamrro NEW YORK. The Kind You Have Always Bought Exact Copy of Wrapper. In Uso For Over 30 Years. w tom oinr Painting for Profit No one will question tlie mperior appearance of well painted property. The question that tlie property-owner aski is i "Is the appearance worth the cost?" Poor paint it for temporary appear ance only. Paint made from Ture I.ineed Oil and Pure White Lead is lor la-tintf appearance ami for protection. It saves repairs and replacements cost ing many times the paint investment. The Dutch Iloy trade mailt i toiind only on kegs containing Pure White Lead maile by the Old Dutch l'rocebs. SEND FOR BOOK A Tlk on Vln. lt vhittl iitfor Djadon un Oil. iHint tul.jiH t Hont Ire All trait fwlml fit upon rwluixl, IKJl trun 111, murk. NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY in which-rr thefitll Ini; tihrw it nntrrtt vu. New York. II. ..inn, llulTulo, f)l-fln. Cinrlniniil. tlhh'min HI. l.iila, )'lnU.l,.. .hl IJohn T 1-,-wl. A llrcia.Uu., I'Uuhurvli NtltuuaJ ix.nU Oil Uu.l Awful Warning. I 'a Yes, my nun; the KKyptlnns wero tile most Intellectual people on tie face of the earth at one time, but Cu illy the nation decayed. Tommy And what caused tliem to dr. ay, pa? I 'a Smoking too many r.K.vptlan ci, irettes, my foil Nothing to Wear. r.-nliam He 1m a very generous fellow. Kvery time be meets any of the boys lie says: "Come and have son etlihiK; everything Is on me." Mth. Iieiihnm That's the reason there's nothing on his wife. W. L. DOUGLAS $3.00 & $3.50 SHOES Reward HE ST IN THE WORLD Itol8HOEH FOR EvFUT MEMllFR OFy w THE FAMILY. AT ALL PHICF8. "" irWM )OouoiBM domm not mafco mall l mora imrnn'm .Y m fa. Bit mhomm i In an any othmr mmnuf mtzturmr. THK UKASON W. T lh.iinln. ftltrx-n nri..rti l.y m..ri. .n..Ih In all wulkxif llfotli.m Hiiy i.Uut iniiki-, I. Ih, aura ef tlii ir J'icellctit lyli, PHy IHlliiu, nml u....r wcKriiiK qunlillia. The H'l...'li.Mi ef tli leathern an. I other iii.iIitIiiIj l. r eit, li . ul of the nixie, Mtul rverv iletail of llici nuiklng la hx.fce,! allei ty the niwlriin.leteirKHlilr.nlliliiit auiierliiteiiileiila.toreiueiuiiiil .klllixl heeniaker, hi reeelve. the lil-lient wneea :e,l in I ho Ui ImliiMry, ami whow wrkimitiihi riimmt lie rieelle.l. If I cmlil lake ymi Into my Inrife fuetmlea nt llnx'kti.li.Muaa., ml ahi'W yon hew earefullv W.K I hia al a are iiuiiln, yen ViHlhllhetl uiiileratmiil hv Ihev Imlil their aha, tit l ellel. Wear Imiifer anil lire, ef ureal, .r value limn ni.v ,.ll...r ,.,., ",r. ".- "''' Gold Bond Shorn amnnot bm ovalmf ml mnr pro. . ; . I" ' " I "e l.ll..ri to l.o.te. I y,,u ti,t Inch II fell. I llil.riur rlinea. lake No Nnlialltiile. H..I.I .v I In. I u l.or in tit uirii r iriusmlu. I m.ihy nnjiei Jtit. W .l MlimIiihI hiL'li III te.aa M flute, ilealera every vl liele. DIM OI,N, llriu klmi, MaM. Tin aCc t-v". c-c-c -v e cities iwy mtwc C4sx oc r , .(V IDII F-NO MONEY TILL CURED- trmmmmmJt DR5 THOBNTOW MIWOB-'om. qa m KMi5 CITY. Wo (a..ae... ., , , o.,,, J DEFIANCE S7ARCH Tr.., W. N. U., Kansas C.ty, No. 33, 1907. Becaua of those uply, grizzly, gray hairs. Uso LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. PRIC, Sl.oo, retail.