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What Mrs. Ford Says Conesrnlns Dr. Williams' Pink Pills will Sursly Intsrsst You. " I vrl&k I could belp other iroinon get tid of certain, physical troubles as com pletely a I bavo succeeded la getting rid of mine," said lira. B. B. Ford, of Poshuiataha, Miss., recently. "Too know," she continued, "that a woman's hooltu depends chiefly on the rega. larity of just ono function. If aha fail to kocp that properly regulated ahs baa no end of physical misery. I nf ferod from that one ennso for two wretched years, during one of Which I was kept iu bed all the time. I tried ruediciuos euough, to cure any illuesa, bat nothing gave me the slightest bene fit until I begun using Dr-Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. They cured me. Whr, I was suffering all the time prac tically from sickness of the stomach, dizziness or swimming in my bead and pain in my back Now I am entirely free from discomfort of that sort. I am not only able to keep on my feet, but to do my work as a teacher, and to enjoy the pleasures that come through the possession of sound health. " Within three weeks after beginning the use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills I ex perienced such relief that I knew they must be adopted to the needs of my case. After using ihem for a Bhort while Ion ger I became and bare since remained a well woman, and the reason why is sim ply that I took Dr.Willioms'PitikPiUs.' These pills make uterine actiou reg ular and painless, banish headaches, lan guor, nervousness, create appetite, 'pro mote digestion, put color iu the com plexion, build up strength and health. Every womau 6honld send to the Dr. Williams Medicine Company, Schenec tady, N.Y., for a valuable booklet, en titled "Plain Talks to Women." It will be mailed free in sealed envelope to the address of any applicant. Dr. Williams Pink Pills are sold by all druggists. Weighed by His Soap. "In the little town of Peni, ten miles from Tittdfield. the farmers in the winter bring their butter tnd egg to Irank Creamers and exchange them for tea, sugar or any tbine else tr neei. One dav Mrs. Ackert brought some but ter in pound lumps to expanse, and after weichinp them, he raid: 4'Mrs.f Ackert, this butter cine not weigh a pound. "I can't help that." she :d. "I we-ched It by a pound of soap I got here a few flays ego.'" Boston Kerala. CONSTIPATION AND STOM ACH TROUBLE CAN BE CURED J. S. Janssen, President of the Mil waukee Betail Druggists' Associa tion, Talks on the Dangers of Constipation and Stom ach Trouble, "Have you noticed the large number of cases of typhoid fever lately?" said Mr. J B. Jansseu to a Daily News representa tive. "To my notion typhoid fever, ma Jarial fever, appendicitis and many kindred complaints are the result of constipation, which in many cases is allowed by the patient to run along without proper treat ment. You will remember when you wers a child and the doctor was called, his first prescription was a dose of castor oil! All physicians know the value of having the bowels thoroughly opened. People, when they grow up, allow constipation to be come chronic through lack of attention. Constipation is the failure of the bowels to carry off the undigested food, which collects in the alimentary canal and there decays, generating poisonous disease germs. These germs find their way into the blood by means of which they are carried to every tissue. The fever thus created af fects not only the lungs, kidneys, stomach, heart and nervous system, but in fact suy organ of the body is liable to break down as a result. The blood becomes thin and watery. The sufferer loses in flesh and strength. Cantor oil and pills will not cure an affliction like this. Something more than a laxative is needed. There are many physics on the market, and we sell a great many, having probably the most popular store of the kind in the city. I do not often talk about manufactured medicine, but the high esteem in which Hull's Grape Tonic is held by the drug and medical fraternities has impressed me and I know from actual experience right here in our store that Mull's Grape Tonio cures constipation and stomach trouble positively and permanently. Mull's Grape Tonic is not a physic, but it immediately clears the bowels of the decaying food because of the peculiarly strengthening effects it exerts over the or gans of the digestive system. As a tonio it is superior to the nauseating cod liver oil compounds. It builds flesh faster and creates strength quicker than any other preparation known to medical science. The ingredients are positively harmless, made mainly from crushed grapes and fruits.. Although a full bottle might be taken at once, no inconvenience would result. I only wish that people paid mors attention to these little details, which in -themselves in the beginning are of so alight importance, but which grew in magnitude until the most serious trouble and some deadly disease fastens itself on the con. titution. There is really nothing easier to take than Mull's Grape Tonic. I hops you, through the influence of your paper, can brine the readers to a, sense of the gravity of allowing constipation to become chronic. "WRITE FOR THIS FREE BOTTLE TO-DAY. Good for ailing children and nursing mothers. ' 133 FREE BOTTLE 11115 Send tfaii coupon with your nam sad address and drnrtlst's "sne, for free bottle of Mull's Grape Tonic lor Stomach and Bowels to Jinx's Grape Tone Co., 147 Third Ave., Rock Island, I1L Brt rWl AidrtM end ITr. Ptoatff. The $1.00 bottle contain! nearly three times theeOcelse At drag stores. tum ifMiiin. V . . date and number tamped on the label take no other from .your druggist. "After you." said the gua ts the B&la.- Latest Kansas Events. Woodmen to Me I. On November 15 the Hutchinson camp of the Modern Woodmen will hare a log rolling that will he remem bered by every Woodman in that part of the country. It is to be an affair of magnitude and It is all on account of the new building and hall owned by this society In West Sherman street, which was erected this summer. There Is an Invitation extended to every member of that order in this part of the country to come and spend the day in Hutchinson. larreaawl School Attend". Reports to the state superintendent of schools from the various county superintendents Bhow that the truancy officers last year handled more than 15,000 truant cases. In other words the officers personally rounded up that many pupils and put them in school. This however, does not represent more than half the increase in attendance that can be credited to the truancy officers. As many attended through fear of law. Halt to Onet Fallninn. C. C. Coleman, attorney general, has commenced suit in the supreme court to oust the Pullman car company from Kansas, and to prevent it from operat ing cars on any of the Kansas rail roads. The suit was instituted because the Pullman company has refused to pay a license for doing business in Kansas. The fee which the state has asked of the company Is $14,000. The amount of the fee Is based on a per centage of the capital stock. C..M Medal Buckwheat. Mr. J. J. Meager of Hutchinson has shown a sample of buckwheat of the Japanese variety, on which he received a gold medal at the World's fair last year. That is, he Is to get a gold medal. The medal Itself has not reached him yet, but he has received the diploma showing that he Is en titled to it. and will receive the medal is soon as it Is struck at the mint. K. V. At the Head. To the University of Kansas belongs the distinction of making the largest percentage of gain in attendance this year of any large university in the United States. The Boston Transcript recently tabulated the enrollments of the different colleges and gave a com parative statement of the rank of each Institution as related to the attend ance. Another I'lpe I. Inc. The Kansas Natural Gas and Oil company, which Is a branch of the Standard has secured more than 20,000 acres of leases In the neighborhood of Toronto. An oil pipe line Is proposed and a survey has been made for a gas line from Chanute to Emporia, which will probably supply Toronto with natural gas some time this winter. Snlinn May Oct Refinery. D. E. Coulson, of Boulder, Col, rep resenting a company owning an oil refinery located in the oil belt of Lou isiana, which they desire to bring to the Kansas-Territory field, has been looking over the situation at Salina and has decided to locate the institu tion there if a site which has been se lected is furnished them. Col. Jackson Killed hy Trnlu. In attempting to board an outgoing Santa Fe train at the Union depot at Kansas City, Col Thomas J. Jackson of Newton, the chief of staff of the Kansas G. A. R., was thrown under the wheels and both legs and his right arm were cut off, causing hla death the following afternoon. More rlnm Room Needed. Sherman Elliott, member of the board of control hna completed a tour of the three insane asylums. He says the women's departments are all filled, and that the counties will have to care for their own insane women after this until more room Is provided. Strong Will Soenk. Chancellor Strong will be one of the speakers at the meeting of the Na tional Association of State Universi ties in Washington, on November 14 and 15. His subject will be "The En vironment Desirable for Graduate Study in State Universities." Decked hy Km Capital. A nejv railroad promoted by Kansas capitalists, has been incorporated. It will mn from Pittsburg. Crawford count, through Labette, Montgomery, Chautauqua and Cowley counties to Ponca City, Ok. -..Maaletoa la Boon I a. - The incorporation of Mapleton into thn itilrfl class Mint to ha VI) tad a-healthy ffect, and since that ac tion was taken'by the county commis The Qaextloa of FrelaM It a tea. Tho oil refineries are .going to be rep resented at the big mass meeting to be held In Wichita November 22 to try and tot some relief from exorbltunt freight rates. When the refinery at Long ton, asked the Santa Fe for a rate to Sturgls, S. D the Santa Fe re plied that the rate is $7 per barrel, and the Longton refinery, which Is get ting only ft per barrel gross for the oil, began to think something had gone wrong. The Longton refinery also had an Inquiry from Oklahoma City, and the rate to that place Is 6Gc per hun dred for less than car load lots. This is 92.46 for 190 miles. In Kansas under the maximum freight rate law, the rate for the same distance would be 7c per hundred or 28c a barrel. AVI II rtalae Durham Wheat. Western farmers are coming to re alize the possibilities of macaroni wheat, and the acreage put in this year Is a great increase over the past seasons. Experiments have shown that for Kansas and the southwest in gen eral there Is no cereal more hardy or productive. Millers have found that they ran grind it as cheaply as any other kind, and the market, which has heretofore been slow and unprofitable Is now very inviting In fact, the de mand boinj; in excess of the pro duction. Klnw Corn to Abdicate t It is predicted by the real estate men at Emporia that next summer will see the passing of corn as a principal crop in that part of the state. Up to Inst summer, Lyon county was one ol the most firmly established corn coun ties in the corn belt but a year ago, on account of the floods which had laid waste the crop, considerable wheat wa planted In the valleys. This proved a sensational success, and twice as much wheat has been planted this fall as wan sown last year. Tower in Nntlon'w Center. Goernor Iloch has received from James Wler Grnydon, of London, the plans and specifications for a tower 1200 feet high to be erected at the cen ter of the United States and to form th? nucleus of a gigantic International exposition, to be open to the public forever. Kanapolls, in Ellsworth county, claims the honor of being the center of the United States, though Junction city disputes the claim, but at any rate It Is somewhere In Kansas. Bl Elk Uelrnrned. The big male elk at Riverside park at Wichita has lost his horns and un til a new pair grows he will not be able to do such murderous work n he did recently when he attacked one of the younger animals. He was se curely fastened in a rack built for the purpose and his horns were sawed off by the park force. Much Cnnh from Hnnter. The state of Kansas will reap a for tune out of the hunter's license law passed by the last session of the legis lature. In Leavenworth county 537 licenses have been Issued. If this aver age is maintained throughout the state the total number of licenses issued uji to date In the state exceeds 57.000. To Enjoin f.tik Coniinuy. It is announced that the Kansas Na trral Gas company will be enjoined from using Its big pumps at Petrolin on the gas mains under the law passed bv the lute legislature. It Is claimed that In the Altoona filed the rock pres sure hns been reduced 3? pounds nnd h steadily decreasing. y Mnrrlctl Fifty Venra. H)r. and Mrs. Joseph Baldcrston cel ebrated thHr golden wedding at their home, five miles northeast of Clifton. Mr. and Mrs. Balderston were both born and raised In Belmont county, O., married October 2Z, 155, nnd came to Washington county Kansas, in Febru. ary. 1813. Jt-rry Slniimn Funeral. Fully 2,000 people attended the fu neral of ex-Representative Jerry Simp son at Scottish Rite temple at Wich ita. The rinal of the 32nd degree was used In full, The funeral oration was delivered by Congressman Victor Mur doek and was an eloquent tribute. Kanaaa City Brnnch Helpa. Dr. LucIub E. Sayre, dean of the school of pharmacy of the University of Kansas has made the statement that the opening of a Kansas City branch of the medical college had given a great stimulus to the medical depart ment of that Institution. Fleet rle Lights la Cottonwood Falla. The electric light plant has been started at Cottonwood Falls. The main streets are equipped with arc lights and the side streets with incandes cent globes. Nearly every business house and a majority of the reside ices are lighted. UNCLE SAM'A Remedy Tht Ham Such Endorsement Should . . Ho in tsvery noma. I afvP a Election Returns That Interest All Parties: EST Farmers Say . Is the Best Remedy on Earth. Kills a Spavin Curb or Splint very peneiraiing. iuiis ram. OH EARLS. SLOAN. G15 ALBANY STREET, BOSTON, MASS. n-r a "T Aim r rUCTZtT3T Are Sure to Comet M?tL,tlsE r&rfAS wwiTl W Those Who Smote the rmsT-cLASs cigar made or a- F1NE QUALITY HAVANA TOBACCO. Try Them. "335" and "Agents" 5c Cigars Are Leaders of the Worli I.LSiT'.LoV PRICE. 23 Ct. THE GRIP, vffrd CURE THE GRIPSJ itm rnmnirihS ii vim ilia. i(tri IS GUARANTEED TO CURE GRIP, BAD' COLD, HEADACHE AKD EE17JU.CIA. 1 wonl Mil AatMBrtala to a dlr who wont SaaraitM U C.JI tor yonr MONET BACK IF IT DO.VT CVMJL. l ff.Dlemer. Jf. H.,HmaHaium,8priMafiel4, Jfa. IPILES M'j S M Vta WE aW A MM njlf ! . ww 1 1 m awi ' ' " 1 - 1 DRSlTHORMTOW MINOR-" 0 KS3 CITY. MO.(f w.MU aucatul SlGIi HEAQAGIII Positively cured by these iattie ruis. Thev also rellcre Dls tress from Dyspepsia. I digestion ana Too Hearty vMntr- A perfect rem- edy tor Dizziness. Kansca, Drowsiness, Sad Taste In the Vouth, Coated Tongue, Pain In the Bide, TOEHD ZJVXIt. UWJ reamlate the Bowels, Purely Vegetable, SMALL PILL SKILL C3SE. SimiPBCE CARTERS r3lTTtE IVER ITT 4 fVff CARTERS! llTTtE IVER PILLS. Genuine Must Bear Fac-Simils Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. CURES SICK-HEADACHE im aa 1 ! . Tablets and powders advertised ' as cures for sick-headache are gen 1 erally harmful and they do not cure 1 but only deaden the pain by patting 1 the nerves to sleep for a short time i 1 through tho use of morphine or I I cocaine. ; : Lane's Family Medicine i ' the tonic-laxative, eaTts slck-head- ache, not merely stows it for an s hour or two. It removes the causa S of headache and keeps it away. 0 Sold by all dealers at S5C and 50c 3 s mm a.w4ll viwtMMiaiuii.nMW f l tonn tor ,1 mmtm't, mmtm. W. L. Douglas 3&3SHOESSiai W. L. Douglas $4.00 Cllt Edgo Lin cannot be equaiiea i any pnee. I sHossTa ? f. sp V ts nirtrte mcm's it a. bo t MA ASTT OTHER UAMUfASttU.UJt. $10,000 TOssasr W. L.DoEla S3.BO alwas kava fcy tb.tr .a. ceUcat atyto. assy fitting, and sapsrtorwcartB ualitlaa, acaiavad ttaa targaat sal of any $3M .ho. la tba world. Tbey ars Imt as nod as than that east ns SS.00 to S7JM taa only ditfemco la to prtoo. II I coald take yoa lata aiy factory at Brockton, Mass., tho lartast bs ar oao rooi bmkiitt mi i m tba world aodar i shoes, and show tm tba car with which avory pair of Doaal shoos Is aiodo, yoa a nald roaHaa why W. L. Doates SJo akots are the host Shoos prodacod bs tho world. II I coald abow yoa tho dlifsraaos botwota tba boos saado ha air factory aad thoas at atbor lakes, yoa would andorctaad why Doarlaa SJ.SO .hoMCMt aoara to auUia, why they bold their shape, fit better, wear fearer, aad era et Creator Intrinsic value thaa any other SJ.M ho oa tb. market to-4ty. W. I. Ppf 9tn ffts) feat fey fZ.iUi, 92.V1T. tfy oMml A Drwmm JM)m,20, t27t.7 A,1.a CAUTION. Insist apoa harlns W.LJteof la. ehoea. laae so aobitltate. oa feasts vllhont hla bum and pries stamped oa bottaa. WAirrrn, A shoe dealer laererr town where W.I Dooflaa Shoe, are not aold. Foil line at ample, eeat fro. for InepesUoa apoa reqaeit. futCMerCrHf'l mill aef aear araaia. Vilas fnr iniwtrotvd Catalof of T33 8trlea t . .. T.2SVbUJUaaVI sioners the tows has neea on ue Doom. s -