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KANSAS AGITATOR. GARNETT, KANSAS.
Rear Admiral Hichborn Recommends Pe-ru-na. l'hilip lTichborn.Rear Admiral United States Navy, writes from Washington, D. C, as follows: "After the use of Peruna for a thort period, I can now cheerfully recom mend your valuable remedy to any one who Is In need of an Invigorating tonic" Philip Hichborn. No remedy ever yet dovised has re ceived such unstinted eulogy from so many renowned statesmen and military men as Ftruna. Our army and navy are the natural protection of our country. Peruna is the natural protection of the army and navy in the vicissitudes of climate and exposure. If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from the use of l'eruna, write at once to Dr. Ilartman, giving1 a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis. Address Pr. Ilartman, President ol The Ilartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio. -A MEW- Wabash Train TO St. Louis COMMENCING JUNE 5th. 1904 Leave KANSAS CITY, 11:10 m. Dally arrive WORLD'S MIR STATION, T:00 (. m. " Arrive ST. LOUIS (Unit. StatlM) 7:il a. . EQUIPME NT-Pullman Sleepers, Free Re clining Cbalr Core and CeacbPa. Sleepers and Coaches open at 1U p. m. (or occupancy, Wabeah la the only ne to WORLD'S FAIR Mala Gate. Return Trnln leaves St. Louis 11:45 n.m. for Kunsss City. Ask your Agent for Tickets over the Wabash. It. G. IHIILOS, L S. MoCLIUAN, Trav. Pan. Agent. Weitora Pass. agent. 90 MAIN STRICT, KANSAS CITY, MO. Squelched. The tall mau and the short man met ou the corner. The tall man was an administration supporter; the short man was not. The tall man and the short man were soon engaged in a dis cussion. "I can prove my assertions by gov- ernmeut statistics," exclaimed the tali man. "Is that so?" sarcastically queried the short man. "Yes, it's so. I can prove tht the cost of living has not increased iu pro portion to the lncerase in wages. Now, for instance, here are the figures com piled by" . "Excuse me," interrupted the short man. "Are those Carroll D. Wright's sattistics?" "Yes, sir; and" "Then here is the proof that they are radically wrong," said the short man, thrusting some papers into the tall man's band and rapidly walking away. Slowly unrolling the papers thrust into his hand the tall man gazed at the figures written thereon. The papers were the grocery and meat bills of the short man: Will Maupln in Bryan's Commoner. THE 8TRAIN OF WORK. Beit of Backs Give Out Under the Burden of Daily Toil. Lieut George O. Warren, of No. 3 Chemical, Washington, D. C, says: "It's an honest fact that Doan's Kid ney Pills did me a great lot of good, and if It were cot true I would not recommend them. It was the strain of lifting that brought on kid ney trouble and weakened my back, but since using Doan's Kid ney Pills I have lifted six hundred pounds and felt no bad effects. I have not felt the trou ble come back since, although I had suffered for Ave or six years, and other remedies had not helped me at all." For sale by all dealers. Price .50 cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffa'o, N.Y. If a woman has faith in her hus band it keeps the wrinkles off her face longer and also off his. Seedless Graces. Georse B. Snlvely. a horticulturist, of Washington county, Mil., has sue ceeded in uroduciiiK a seedless grape He hopes to finally be able to grow the new crane to a large size. Several years ago he' began grafting various varieties of cranes with a definite end In view, and this year one vine, which is well developed, has a number of bunches of grapes on it which are without needs. The vine also bears grapes containing seeds, but each year that the vine has borne fruit the num ber of seedless bunches has steadily increased, and Mr. Snively believes that ultimately the grapes will be al; without seeds. The seedles grapes while smaller in size than the ones containing seeds, are of superior fla vor. GOOD LIGHT is somethtng every merchant is looking for. Write us today for Catalogue. Over 30,000 "EAGLE" Acetylene Gener ators in use in Residences, Stores, Lodge Halls, Etc CentralAoetylene Co., 7 to Delaware St., Kansas Chy mo. Trv mo lust once and I am sure to come again. Defiance Starch. TVia niitnfepct trt pnnmpratA vour m i . I 4 ,1.-1! incnuM is iu cuum yuur uuuuio. When Your Grocer 8ayt he does not have Defiance Starch, yon may be sure he is afraid to keep it Un til kin mnnr rt 19 A. nitrkllff.fi fl TA til llio niuLn vj . ' n ' sold. Defiance Starch Is not only bet ter than any other Cold Water Starch, but contains 16 os. to the package and ells for same money as 12 os. brands. In promises for tue future your THE. BEST - CLOTHING IN THE WORLD , Ls BEAR3 TUB TRADE Witt &. tm?r0 HABI M SLACK W ylUlW TAKEK8SVB&T1TUTE5 ONSALCEYtKmm CATALOGUE DTK jnowiNSTuu. uNEor AV J TAUrD nn . mnm-r,.. una si si TOWtBCAHAPINCO..I.TO.f TOW ON TO. CANAPA.J THE SAVAGE JVNIOR RIFLE la different from any ofher (tin ou ever aaw. It outward appearance may seem similar to other arms of (hla type but that Is not the point, ft ie the quality and the smooth and eary manner In which It works that counts. Besides be ing the safest a id moat accurate shooter it la beautifully finished and old to you under an honest jtuarantne. If your local dealer cannot supply you write us direct. Price $4.00. Write for catalogue No. 4. SAVAGE ARMS COMPANY, VTICA, N. Y., V. S. A There are but'two' kinds of tarch. Defiance Starch, which is the besi starch made and thej rest. Other starches contain chemicals. which work harm to the clothes, rot them and cause them to break. Defiance is absolute- A GREAT INSTITUTION. Tt. I minsmi.1 that a pinirle institution In s city of 8,000 peoolo will ovei-shudow in im portance evory other interest, but such is the case witii tho American School of Osteopathy, and A. T. Bt.ll Infirmary at Kirks ville. Mo. ... A strunger in Klrksville is immediately impressed with tho idea that tho towa is sustained by this institution, in fact, Kirksvflle has been mailo what it is to-day by Dr. Still and his famous School and Iulirraary. It is the largest patronized un endowed institution of its Kind in tho United States. Dr. Still's school enrolls over 700 students yearly and each student is required to at tend four terms of live months each before completing tho course of study. There are over 2,000 praduites and they, aro prac ticing iu every state and territory of the Union. About two-thirds of tho states have passed special laws legalizing the science. This school teaches every branch tauRht in medical CJllegos except "drugs'1 and osteopathy is substituted for that. So thorough is the teaching in anatomy that over one nunurea unman oouies uro uia seated vearlv bv the students. At the Infirmary, patients from every part of the country and with almost every form of disease are constantly under treat ment. For the past fifteen years almost everj train coming to Kirksville has brought some new sufferer hoping to find re lief by the science of Osteopathy. By tho thousands who have left the institution benefited bv the treatment, the science has boon heralded to the world as a safe and rational method of cure. Several years ago a froe clinio was established in connection with the practice department of the school add this is still in operation. Hundreds of the worthy poor, who are unable to pay for treatment, are treated every afternoon by the senior students iree oi cnargu. People with hay fever may be ex cused for having no scents of right or wrong. How's This ? offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for am uh of Catarrh tbat cannot bs cured by Hall'i (Jsurrb Curt. T. J. CHENEY CO.. Toledo. O. Wo, the undersigned, bave known F. J. Cheney for the lust 15 ream, and hellers blm perfectly hon orable lu all business transactions and financially able to carry out any omtiiMnuns made Dy m. nrm. WiLIM.NU, KlKNAN & MARTIN, Wholeaule DrUM-iflm1. Toledo, O, ' Bsirs Catarrh Cure la taken Internally, acttnir directly upun tbe hiixjd aud uiucouh surfaces l tbe syitem. Tutlmunlalf Rent free. Price i& ccou per Dottle, noia ny an i-niiariRtt. Take Ball a Faintly Tills far constipation The average man Is very patriotic! when there are no war clouds in sight Important to Mothers. Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for Infants and children, and see that it ,.. Signature of la UsO For Over 30 Years. The Kind Too Have iJways Bought, As soon as a man is elected to offico he begins to work for a second nomin ation. Tvm. Wlnilow'S HoothlnB? RvrHD. Tor children teetblnir, softens tbe Kunts, reduces h Aajnuatlun, suays pain, curea wwa cunu. wc a uut.un. Critics are misanthropic persons who have a penchant for throwing stones. Money Being Made In Oil. Vnre money Is being legitimately made In selling on stock theite days than In any Hue of buslnetts, aud ltdoosuot Interfere with s man's regular employ ment. Tbe Underwriters ft Uunrautce Co., 4;'2 Bbeldley Uldi;., Kansas City, Mo., handle an oil com pany stock that Is making a greje record. Tbelr agents are getting rich because thlnstnck Is endorsed by leading baukcrs and business nien and rich and poor are buying all tbey can carry. Tht arc looking for agents In evory locality sad It Is a gi. Hi company to gal lu with It is dangerous to place confidence in a man who brags over having fine kin. ly pure; It rs gaaranteed perfectly satisfactory or money back. The proof is in the doing and Defiance does. 16 ounces for to si cents. Your grocer us ic manufactireo ST THE DEFIANCE STARCH CO, x OMAHA, KB. To the housewife who has not yet become acquainted with the new things' of everyday use in the market ami who la reasonably satisfied with the old. we would suggest that a trial of Defiance Cold Water Ptarch be made at onee. Not alone because it is guar anteed by the manufacturers to be su perior to any other brand, but because each 10c package contains 16 ozs., while all the other kinds contain but 12 ozs. It is safe to say that the lady who once uses Defiance Starch will use no other. Quality and quantity must Via. LITTLE TIME BETWEEN SPELLS. Answer of Valet Showed the Two Sides to an Excuse. Gen. Frederick D. Grant, who has recently been assigned to the com mand of the De pact ment of the East, Is noted for the equanimity of his temper. s . Gen. Grant believes In self-command, Concerning hasty tempers, he said one day: ."The plea of the quick tempered Is that If they are soon angered they are soon pleased again. There is an answer to this plea, though. The former valet of a friend of mine has a good answer to it. "This valet, an excellent servant, worked for my friend two months. Then he said that he was going to leave. "'Why are you going, James T' my friend said kindly. - " 'Well, sir, to b& frank,' James answered, 'you are too quick tem pered.' " 'Pooh, pooh, James,' said my friend. 'What If I em a-bit quick tem pered? My anger is no sooner on than It Is off.' " 'True, sir,' said James respectfully, 'but it is no 'sooner off than it "is od again.'" v ' Some people never attend to their own business because they are too busy giving advice. rr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy,ls adapted to lKth sexes and all ages. Cures Kidney and liver oowplaiut, and purifies tbe blood. SI all druggists Some people wouldn't even pay a compliment without asking for a receipt. Ptso's Cure for Consumption is an Infallible medicine tor coughs and colds. N. W. SAMDkli, Ocean Grove, N. J Feb. 17, 1000. Even the one-legged man may have a pretty good standing in the community. The Murine Eye Remedy Co.. Chicago, send Bom Bye Book tree. Write tbem about your eyes When an idea suddenly strikes a man it often catcneg him off his guard. Proof of Widow's Constancy. "Yes," the widow answered, glan cing down at her pretty, plump, white hands, as she rocked complacently back and forth, "my ring is rather broad, I know. You see, I have been widowed three times, and I used to wear my wedding rings in turn; first, John's for a few days, then I would put on Edward's and then I would wear the ring Robert gave me. But I never felt quite happy. "When I was wearing John's ring, I felt somehow as though I was disloyal to Edward and Robert. When I put on Edward's ring, I felt unhappy be cause I seemed to be neglecting John and Robert, and when it came time to take off that ring and give Robert's ring its turn, I felt as though I was disloyal to my first and second. Final ly I solved the problem by having all three rings welded together. "It does make rather a broad band," she said, holding up her left hand and looking at the circlet in question, "but then, you see, it makes me feel that I am being constant to all three of them." Hens Victims of Old Fogy Notions. "My son and myself," said Dr. E. F. Hodges, "took an automobile run to Martinsville. He was the chauffeur; we did not return by the same road. I don't know how many hens we ran over going and coming. We did not stop to count. "It is a dry time and the roads are dusty. So much the worse for the hens. I suppose it is different with hens in the cities and towns, but along the country roads they have not yet learned to make proper calcula tions for escape from the automobile. The ben is of a mathematical turn of mind. She rolls in the dust of the highway and no horse-drawn vehicle was ever known to run over one. She figures closely, but always escapes Now, It is different when she comes to take the automobile into consid eration. She expects to escape by the length of a horse. The horse V not there, and she falls under the wh.?els of the juggernaut, a victim to old fogy notions not in accord with mod ern speed devices." Indianapolis News. The God of Love. It Is not gold of rlnnlcd hair. Like cornfields Bwi'Pt hy winds at play; It Is not cneegs as irenn arm jair As upple bloom at (jawn of day. It Is not these that sing to Love, And bid him wake so sure, so soon; Thfit set the sklos alight above. And set him crying (or the moon. It Is not heart-gold, pure and bright As virgin gold In hidden seams; It Is not soul as cleur and light As sunrise In a poet's dreams. It Is not these that give Love food And drink the magic wine and bread, That set, amid his solitude, The enchanted garland on his head. Love only knows one god sublime. The trinity In unity; And the god"s names are Space and Time And opportunity. JS. Nesblt In London Outlook. All Guns to Be Reslghted. Plans are being drawn in the bureau of ordnance at Washington for the re- slghting of all the guns in the United States navy. The-cost of this work will be tremendous, but its necessity was "readily realized when called to the attention of the president and the orders have already been issued. An improved variety of sight will be used and (he work will be pushed with all the rapidity practicable. For the rapid-fire guns a telescopic sight will be used, of a kind that will permit of continuous aim. Nearly all of the guns are in need of reslghtlng. His Greatest Grievance. "The revenoos smashed my still In to a thousand pieces," said the Georgia moonshiner. "Too bad." "Took me away from my wife an' thirteen children." "Awful." "You're right It was. But the crownln' cruelty wuz It not only put me in jail, but ackchully took my fid dle from me!" Big Cedar Log Boom. ' What Is declared to be the largest boom of cedar logs ever moved on Puget sound was towed Into Ballard recently by the tug Tlllicum, capt. Charles Worth. It contained thirty eight sections of from sixty to one hundred cedar logs each, or the equiv alent of 1,330,000 feet, according to the estimate of those on the tug. Seattle Post Intelligencer. . Gratitude is the fairest blossom which springs from the soul and the heart of man knoweth none more frag rant. . i V ' ' f Miss Nellie Holmes, treasurer of tKei Miss Nellie Holmes, treasurer of trie Young Woman's Temperance Association of Buffalo, N. Y., strongly advises .all suf fering women to rely, as she did, upon Lydia E Pfokham's Vegetable Compound. 'Deab Mrs. Pinkiiam : Your medicine is indeed an -ideal woman's medicine, and by far the best I know to restore lost health and strength. I suffered misery for several years, being troubled with menorrhagia. My back ached, I had bearing-down pains and frequent headaches. I would often wake from restful sleep, and in such pain that I suffered for hours before I could go to sleep again. I dreaded the long nights as much as the weary days. I consulted two different physicians, hoping to get relief, but, finding that their medicine did not seem to cure me, I tried your Vegetable Compound on the recommendation of a friend from the East who was visiting me. " I am glad that I followed her advice, for every ache and pain is gone, and not only this, but-my general health is much improved. I have a fine appetite and! have gained in flesh. My earnest advice to suffering women is to put away all other medicines and to take Lydia E. Pinkhnm's Vege table Compound." Mjss Nellie IIolmes, 540 No. Division St., Buffalo, N.Y. tllss Irene Crosby, prominent in Social Life in East Rnvnnah Cltt nHrle riff toctlmnnlrtl r thf rnnf of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Deab Mbs. Pthkham : " It always gives me pleasure to find an article of real value and unquestioned merit. I have found L,ydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound well calculated to relieve and cure the various troubles arising from irregulari ties and menstrual pains. " Much suffering could be spared if we only paid more attention to proper living and diet, but as long as women do not do this, your Vegetable Compound has come to the front as a true friend in need. I have been very pleased indeed with the relief 16 has brought me. I find that I have perfect health now, and that my mind is also more clear and active since I used your Vege table Compound. It has been pt great benefit to me, and I gladly recommend it. Very sincerely yours, Miss Irene Crosby, 313 East Charlton Sit, East Savannah, Ga." , Remember that every woman ia cordially Invited to write to Mrs. Pinkham if there is anything about her case or symptoms She does not understand. Mrs. Pinkham's address Is Lynn, Mass. Her advice is free, and is cheerfully given to any ailing woman who asks for it. FORFEIT If we cannot forthwith produce tb original letters and signatures of evbove teeUinouiala. which wili1 prove thuir uboluto genulneuess. $5000 W. L Douglas S $3.50 SHOES men. Mr Lm Douoiam makow mnd mcllo mom mon'm $3.50 mhom thmn any offtar tnmnufaduro in Sh WOrifff. Tlie reannn W. L. Doufflna S8.C0 rTiom are the fri'iswnt Hellers in tlie world i because of their excellent sty It. eoy fltUiiif and superior weartuif qualities. If 1 could sliovr juu uie ui n trance imiiyrd uib uut' iiuuiu w my iwriwiy mim (hum oi oinf numm anu tut) mHit-triiti irauirr utcu, jw would nnilprMftiui why W. U Dontitus &.1.C0 hors cost moi to make, why thwr hold their nlm,, (It Iiftur, wear tuiiper, and aro ot irrraier intntifiio vnlur than any other $8.&0 she THE WORLDS GREATEST SHOE MAKER on the mirter to-day, said why tlie sales lor the year cooing July 1, 19U, were $6,263,040.00. W. Tj. Donftlas u:ianntws their valne by stamping hti nm nori pi-u-e on tli boiiom. Look lor It take uo sulistUiile. bo'.il liy slioe dculere everywhere, i'att t'vlor nttU utii xchtsirr!tr. Superior in Fit, Comfort and Wear. "Ihortvorn ir.L.Uoutlru $3.50 than for thrlait Mrhryrarl with ubtolutetntif actum. 1 fii'i tfi'm tvprrior inJltiCoutforl nnrt .-A.iir In ,.'!.-, j.,.ilnn -. rift tn l.Al." H. S. McCUE, Urpt. Coll.. V.&. Int. Kmtnue. Kiehmond.Ta. W. I.. DouRlna linen Corona Coltekin In hi tt3.HO nor. Corona Colt In couceueu to uo tlie nne I'utent I.oathor made. , SKND FOB CATAt.OOrR CtVtHO FULL INSTRUCTIONS HOW TO ORDKK BY MA1I ' IV. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mmsm. Going world's Fair? 'follow the flag" Take the Wabash ' Right "io the Gates" No trouble. No Crowding. No Confusion. All Wabash Trains stop ai the main entranoo. , Uniformed employes to name reason able private boarding house. All railroads oonnect with the day and night tntlns on the Wabash; fell local spent to route you rla the Waba&b. The Wabaah has the onlj traok to tha World's Fair. Ample rest and eating rooms. L. S.' McCLELLAN, Veitcra Psiwogvr Aeent. H. C. SHIELDS, Traveling Passenger Ageo 903 MAIN STREET. KANSAS CITY. MO. cmci wictc in nu riiii Beet Couth Byrup. Tastes Qooi UN ro time. Bold by (lrninrtste. W. N. U, KANSAS CITY, NO. 40, 1904 BEGGS' BLOOD PURIFIER CURES catarrh of the atomacb.