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A. ne DeUeaey.
The Transvaal Boer will eat almost
anything In the flesh, fish or fowl line.
for all Is grist that comes to his cas- !
tronomic mm, and the following mix-
iure, says unamDers journal, is votea
most delectable by the majority of the j
rougher classes: A great square slice j
is cut off a loaf made of coarse, un
sifted meal, and covered with a thick
layer of jam preferably strawberry; !
a row of Eardfr.es is then placed on j ew York, Sept. 26. New York City
top, and the oil from the sardine box originally appropriated SI 50.CKX) to cover
Is liberally poured over the whole. A the cost of receiving- Dewey, but this
loud smacking of lips and other mani- j amount has been found to be inale
festation3 of thorough appreciation ac- quate, and resolutions were adopted by
company the disposal of this delicate tho managing committees calling- for
bonne bouche; but the unsophisticated ! additional armronriations an-oreo-atin
Boer only Indulges In this luxury when '
he means to enjoy a special treat, quite
regardless of expense.
FIFTY CENTS FOR NOTHING.
What will the Inventive brain of
man do next? This Is a question some
one asks almost dallv. There is one.
though, who leads all others, who for ; acais win ue provmen wr iu,uuu cnu
a quarter of a century has been making j dren at. various points. There will be
fine laundry starch, and to-day is of- also a stand, capable of seating 8,000
fering the -public the finest starch ever persons, for members of the municipal
placed on tho market.
Ask your grocer for a coupon book
which' will enable you to get the first
two packages of this new starch. "RED
CROSS" (trade mark brand), also two
children's Shakespeare pictures, paint
ed In twelve beautiful colors, natural a3
life, or the Twentieth Century Girl Cal
endar, ail absolutely free. All gro
cers are authorized to give ten large
packages of "RED CROSS STARCH"
with twenty of the Shakespeare pic
tures of ten of the Twentieth Century
Girl Calendars to the first five purchas
ers of the "ENDLESS CHAIN
STARCH BOOK." This is one of the
greatest offers ever made to introduce i hat at least on 3 siib-treasurer is ac
"RED CROSS" laundry starch. J. C. , t . .
Hubiuger's latest invention.
No man properly appreciates wom
an's troubles until his own garter has
Art Von Using Allen' Foot-Ease?
It 13 the only cure for Swollen,
Smarting, Burning, Sweating Feet.
Corns and Bunions. Ask for Allen's
Foot-Ease, a powder to be shaken into
the shoes. At all Druggists and Shoe
Stores, 25c. Sample sent FREE. Ad
dress Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y.
A man can always tell how much he
loves a woman by how much he doesn't
try to teach her.
A MAMMOTH INSTITUTION.
To those who are accustomed to
sending away from home for their
goods it is of the greatest importance
to kuow tho character and reliability
of the establishments selling good3 to
families from catalogues. The great
emporium of the John M. Smyth Co.,
located at 150 to 16G West Madison
street, Chicago, has been established
for a third of a century, and has fur
nished over a half a million homes in
Chicago and vicinity alone. This firm
enjoys the confidence of the public by
Its many years of fair dealing. It is
sues an immense illustrated catalogue
that should be in every family, as it
describes and gives the price of every
article required for household use. A
sample of the extraordinary values of
fered by this firm is shown in the illus
tration of the lady's ulster in another
column of this paper. These garments
are indeed wonderful values, and yet
they are but a sample of the thousand
and one useful articles illustrated and
described in the beautiful catalogue of
the John M. Smyth Company.
It Ls curious how sinners make their
own beds and then blubber because
6omelody else won't lie in them.
Read the Advertisements.
You will enjoy this publication much
better if you will get in the hahit oi
reading the advertisements; they will
afford a most interesting study and
some excellent bargains. Our adver
tisers are reliable and end what they
Docs your head ache? Pain back of
Toureyes? Bad taste in yourmouth?
t's your liver I Aver s Pills are
liver pills. They cure constipation,
headache, dyspepsia, and all liver
complaints. 25c. All druggists.
Want yoar mo-istaotio or beard a beauutul
drown or rloh Mark ? Then use
BUCKINGHAM'S DYE wAilklrs
fri m. nor. r. ft. I. HitA Co. n u. n. h.
L - - 4
Keeps both rider and stddle per
fectly dry in the hardest storms.
Substitutes will disappoint Ask for
i8cjt Fish Brand Pommel Slicker
it is entirely new. If not for sale in
. - caiaiotrue to
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3&S3.50 SHOES JJ,n ion
Worth $4 to $S compared with
Indorsed by over
ALL LEATHERS. ALL STYLES
THK r.KSUXE km W. L. Duiclu'
Take no substitute claimed
to le 3 pood. Larvewt makere
f 13 and s;.!K) tOiues In Uie
world. Your Uoaler should keep
11, Pin if nut iro Kill wnn riui
iijS." anutron receipt of Drlce. State
Jclnd of leather, size and width, piala or cap toe.
Catalogue A Free.
ST. f DOUGLAS SHOE CO.. Brockton, Mass.
for fall and winter to Gent
cr Larir introducin? out
l'ium1 J in t 1 -J mnintpr Plrt.mnlnro T,' Y X
E. B. TREAT & CO.. Publishers, Met York City.
II JI01 COS! S250.000.
A Quarter of a Million to Entertain
NEW YORK CITY PAYS THE BILL
S.0,000. The celebration will cost the
city a quarter of a million dollars in the
end, as several other appropriations
will be asked for later on to cover con
tingent expenses and deficiencies
A good portion of the S50.000 last
voted will be used in erecting stands
for the school children of the city.
assembly and their friends. Another
slice of the new appropriation will be
used to cover deficiencies in the est'
mates of standing committees.
UNCLE SAM REFUSES GOLD.
Will Not-Take It In Kxehange for Silver,
AVtaicH Is a Scarce Commodity.
Washington, Sept. 23. It may be an
astonishing statement to say that the
United States government refuses to
accept gold of its own coinage in ex
change for silver dollars, but that is
The complaint comes from St. Louis,
where the sub-treasurer declines to ex
change silver dollars except for silver
certificates. Neither gold nor bank
notes will tempt the white coins from
I It is quite possible for the United
States treasury to reach a point where
a general order will be issued to all
sub-treasurers forbidding them to ex
change silver dollars for gold, national
bank notes or any otherform of cur
rency except silver certificates.
Uncle Sam presents the remarkable
spectacle of trying to get rid of gold
and hoarding silver.
The treasury has on hand 4O0.57J,43G
in silver dollars, but the most of these
must be retained in the vaults for the
redemption of the silver certificates,
which aggregate S4OG,187,504. This
leaves 388,932 in silver dollars in the
treasury and its branches that are not
covered by notes.
To Locate Fruit Station.
Jefferson City, Sept. 2G. Governor
Stephens has appointed John A. Knott,
editor of the Hannibal Journal, to be
chairman of the board to locate the
fruit experiment station in Southwest
Missouri, vice XV. S. IJryan, who re
signed because he did not have time to
perform the duties of the place. The
last general assembly made an appro
priation of 10,000 for the establish
ment of the experiment station. The
design of the bill is that the station
must be located in the district
as the "Land of the big red
down on the southern slope
A Cure For Insanity.
Jolict, 111., Sept. 20. An insanity
cure of international importance has
just been effected, with a Joliet citi
zen as the beneficiary. Irwin Fuller
Bush, a j-oung married man of this
city, was sent to the Kankakee asj-lum
last March, pronounced hopelessly in
sane. Through treatment with lymph
from goats, Rush is home, completely
restored in mind and bcx.lv.
Adranre (iuunl For Germany.
Berlin. Sept. 2. The Leipsie Nach
richten asserts that if the Transvaal
loses, 'German South Africa can no
longer be held, Great Britain then be
ing enabled to isolate it eeononiically
until it becomes worthless and will
drift into English hands," adding, '"the
Boers defend that advance post of Ger
man civilization ngainst Anglo-Saxon-dom,
?nd tight as our advance guard."
Chicago Stock Yards Fire.
Chicago. Sept. 23. Fire did 8275,000
damage to buildings in the stock yards
district. There were 1,400 horses in the
stables at the time the fire broke out,
but none of them was injured. The
pavilion where the fire originated was
a large stable with an amphitheater
where exhibitions of fine stock were
held. It was valued at 50.000. This
is a total loss, together with its con
tents, which amounted to S5.000. The
Transit house, the largest hotel in the
stock yards district, was dam4tged to
the extent of 875,000. There were
other smaller losses.
Charges That Slavery Kxi.tts.
Washington, Sept. -(i. -George D.
Gear, at attornej- of Honolulu, called
at the state department to present a
statement relative to the ill-treatment
of coolie labor in the Hawaiian is
lands. He asserts that the supreme
court of Hawaii by its rulings is sus
taining a system of slavery of the worst
kind in the islands, in violation of the
constitution of the United States, and
he asks that the attorney general be
requested to declare whether or not
the constitution does cover the is
lands. Military Cue of Chnrclie.
Washington, Sept. 25. The war de-
j partment has received ' the following
i cablegram from General Otis regarding
the military use of church property in
"Referring to your cablegram of
September IS, sixteen churches, differ
ent localities, occupied bv United
j States troops. Four only partially oc
J cupied and religious services not in
j terfered with. Also three eonvents
' occupied. These three and ten of the
sixteen churches formerly occupied by
insurgents. Church property respected
and protected by our troops."
Anderson. Ind., Sept. 23. Suits &r
brought in Indiana courts against all
Indiana window glass companies en
joining them from transferring theii
plants to the newly orgonized S17.000,
000 trust, whieh has, by contract at
least, absorbed them. The suits arc
brought by President Burns, of the
Window Glass Workers' National Asso
ciation, in behalf of that organization.
Every effort will be made by the work
ers to prevent the manufacturers from
completing this trust, even though its
organization has been perfected. The
suits also ask for receivers for the In
diana plants and the forfeiture of In
diana charters on the grounds of viola
tion of Indiana charter and Indians
Schley for the Final Act.
Washington, Sept. 26. It is now con
fidently expected that the Urooklyn
will be assigned to Schley as his flag
ship, and that the Texas and Machias
will also be got ready by October 3 to
enlarge the squadron under Schley, and
that his assignment will assume a semi
diplomatic character in the re-establishment
of the entente cordiale with
Schley is rated to be the most fluent
Spanish linguist in the American navy.
If the present program is carried out,
he will be instructed to take his fleet to
Cadiz and officially salute the Spanish
flag at that port as the first official act
of courtesy to our late foemcn.
Schley is to take command October 3.
Ily that time the Spanish government
will have the Carlos I. available, and
after the Spanish flag has been saluted
at Cadiz, the Carlos will steam to Hamp
ton Roads and then to New York, to
pa 3' the same devoirs to the American
flag, which will be the last official act
to re-establish the old spirit of cordial
ity and amity between the two coun
tries. Spain Cuban Rond.1 Repudiated.
Washington, Sept. 23. Spain has de
clared that Cuba must pay the accru
ing interest on bonds issued by Spain.
This has brought a statement by the
state department, which closes witv
The United States, therefore, has as
sumed no obligations for and has no in
terest whatever in the declarations of
the Spanish cabinet on the debts of
Spain or how they shall be paid. The
present declaration looks like a repudi
ation of the debt, principal and in
terest. The state department argues that
when Spain relinquished her sovereign
ty in Cuba, she relieved that island
of debts contracted to keep her in bond
age. This construction, it is said, is affirm
ed in the notes which passed between
the two disputing commissions when
the treaty was under discussion in
Plumbers Have Trouble to Collect.
Omaha, Sept. 26. A novel defense isYwim wa"nS corn ana ripening wnear.
set up by the managers of the Moorish
palace in a case in which they are sued
by J. J. Hanighen, plumbing contrac
tor. The - case was heard by Justice
Foster and is a suit over a disputed ac
count. Attorney Strickler, for the defend
ants, resisted the attempt to collect a
bill on the grounds that the master
plumbers' association is a trust, and ac
cording to the statute passed in 1897 its
members cannot collect money due
them, such being the provision of that
The reply of the plaintiff to this is
that the association is not a trust, but
a trade union, and that if it is a trust
the statute is unconstitutional.
More From Manila.
"Manila, Sept. 25. Bates returned
from Jolo, twenty-first instant, having
placed garrison at Siassi and Ilugam,
Tawai Tawi group; one company each
place. Affairs in archipelago satisfac
tory. Bates saw chief insurgent: Zam
boanga, still anxious to receive United
States garrison. Hughes, Iloilo, re
ports Lopez and sixty-four armed men
surrendered to Byrne at Castellano,
Xegros. Election in that island Octo
ber 2. Sought conference. Chief in
sirgents, Panay. wished to know what
promise could 1h given them in case of
formal submission. Told no arrange
ments possible until surrender and
force disbanded. .
Combining Same as Conspiracy.
Chicago, Sept. 25. The Cook county
grand jury voted indictments against
eighteen engraving firms which are
alleged to have formed a combination
to control the engraving business of
the west. The specific charge against
them is conspiracy -to defraud.
Too Many Holidays In Cuba.
Havana, Sept. 26. Governor General j
Brooke has issued a circular order di
recting that the only legal holidays, so
far as business documents are concern
ed, shall be New Year's day, Christmas,
Holiday Thursday, Good Friday and
Sunday. This order was found nec
essary, owing to the large number of
saints' days and the frequent attempts
to defraud the documents issued on
those days. It will not interfere with
people observing any days they de
sire. Three Fatal Collisions. '
Denver, Sept. 25. A Phillips-Judson
excursion train, its passengers "mostly
from Massachusetts, collided with a
freight train on Denver Ilio Grande
at Reno. Five people were killed and
as many more badly injured.
Springfield, I1L, Sept. 25 The Chi
cago & Alton south bound limited was
wrecked at Elkhart. Two passengers
were injured: one died.
Pittsburg. Pa,, Sept. 25. Two trains
on the Allegheny Valley road collided
at. Parker, injuring nearly a score of
Leu ot Six Inches ef Land.
A lease of six inches of ground at 117
Franklin street, "Chicago, for ninety
one years and one month, from May 1,
1899, was recorded the other day. It
runs from George I Barber to Hiram
B. Peabody and is for an annual rental
of $45. The property has a depth of
eighty-one feet and comprises the party
wall between 117 and 115 Franklin
street. Chicago Times-Herald.
If you want to find a just person,
find one who doesn't ride a free horse
Truant Laws In Switzerland.
The absence of a child from school
In Switzerland, unless in case of ill
ness, is punishable by a fine, the
amount of which is daily increased. If
It be suspected that the child's illness
is shammed a doctor is sent by the
school authorities, and when he is con
vinced that the suspicion is correct hi3
parents have to pay his fee.
It is a great misfortune not to be able
to bear misfortunes.
After about the third time the virtue
of repentence becomes moth-eaten.
A Good Reason.
"What's the matter, old man?" "Oh.
I've just had a quarrel with my wife."
"Well, forget and forgive." "I never
can forgive her; you see, I was in the
wrong." "Then, in that case, demand
an apology." Harlem Life.
The Best Man Wins.
Prize fighting may not be a pleasant
subject, but it teaches a lesson the in
ability of man to hold the champion
ship for any length of time. How un
like that great champion of health,
Hostetter's Stomach lHtters. which has
for fifty years cured constipation, dys
pepsia 'biliousness and liver trouble.
Laugh a little more at your own trou
bles and a little less at your neighbor's.
NTr drip nor Gripe.
Dm' t open a door with an ax. use a key! Ton"t
open your bowels with iner-iir1al pill poison. uo
Cascaret Candy Cathartic! Drusrgtsts. 10c, ihc, 30o.
The luck of the fool is proverbial, but
your never hear a lucky man speak of
Means paying rent for a poor farm.
Now is the time to secure a good farm
on the line- of "the'Chicago, Milwaukee
& St. Paul Railway in Marinette
County, Wisconsin, where the crops
are of the best, work plentj-, fine mar
kets, excellent climate, pure soft
water, land sold cheap and on long
time. Why rent a farm when you can
buy one for less than you pay for rent?
Address C. E. Rollins, Land Agent,
161 La Salle, St, Chicago, III.
The truth that prevails in a horse
trade is indeed mighty.
HOW I SPENT MY VACATION.
Just a brief description of how I
spent my vacation this year, with
little more expense than the salary
earned during my trip, may not be
amiss. It was a most delightful change
from the hated and dusty pavements to
roll over the boundless prairies and
view from the car windows of a Mis
souri Pacific train the magnificent
scope of country between here and
Pu--blo. There is no " coolness like
that which comes wib. the shades of
night on these vast plains, filled then
13 UU UlUie ULaClUg till lUdU
that with which one refreshes his
lungs in the early morning when the
mountains' of Colorado are just com
ing into view, the mighty Pike's Peak
reaching the vision long before its
lowlier neighbors. When taken com
fortably, there is no pleasanter ride
than over this same garden spot of the
Western world which in our geogra
phies was laid down as the Great
American Desert. So we rode into
Pueblo and thrnce by the Denver and
Rio Grande road to Denver, a fair city
with all the comforts and handsome
buildings of her oMer sisters of the
East and lying iii an altitude far above
the air we -breathe in our homes, a
gem in an emerald setting of never
yielding mountain heights. Continu
ing our journey over the Denver and
Rio Grande and the Rio Grande West
ern roads we started for Salt Lake
City, the capitol of the new state,
which has been aptly termed the
"Mountain Walled Treasury of the
Gods.' And thus we are permitted to
pass through the most varied and en
trancing scenery of the Rocky Moun
tains and to witness the wonders of
the Royal Gorge, where the cunning
of man has overcome the difficulties
presented by Nature in her eft rts at
the grotesque and the sublime. These
chained out attention and drerw
breathless expressions, especially when
crossing some chasm on an almost im
possible bridge structure with a roar
ing brawling stream beneath us. It
is inspiring and grand every foot of
the way to Salida and from there many
other decided attractions we visited.
Perhaps that which will most interest
a large number of my fellow carriers
is Marshall's Pass, that marvelous
testimonial to American engineering
skill. As the altitude grows greater
the view becomes less obstructed. Miles
of cone-shaped summits are in view.
We are in and above the home of the
clouds. We see the snow covered
spires of the Sangre de Christo range.
To our right i3 the fire scarred front
of old Ouray. We reach the summit
at an altitude of 10,852 feet. From
this point a magnificent view, can ; be
had of the Sangre de Christo range.
The pass is a scenic and scientific won
der; grades of 211 feet to the mile are
frequent. The streams from the sum
mit flow eastward Into the Atlantic
and westward into the Pacific. We
are impressed with the feeling that
we are on the pinnacle of the world.
It would require much space to tell
of all the beauties of this trip and of
the pleasures of our stay in the City
of the Prophets. There are many
points of interest and among those
that claimed our attention were, nat
urally, the Mormon Temple and Tab
ernacle; Fort Douglas, United States
Military Post, three miles; White Sul
phur Springs, one mile; Beck's Hot
Springs, three miles; Liberty Park,
one mile; Calder's Park, three miles;
together with other attractions and
drives too numerous to mention. Thir
teen miles from the city is located the
magnificent bathing resort, Saltair
Beach, on Great Salt Lake, the finest
salt water bathing resort in the world.
Let me urge upon my friends to try
this trip during some vacation. It will
well repay the expense In the restora
tion of health, the broadening of the
taind and the addition it will give to
each one's general Information, tend
ing thus to raise his standard of citi
zenship and to help himself and his
F. P. BAKSR,
Dinner in England.
Dinner has always been the chief do
mestic event of the d7 in England,
and naturally a great deal of impor
tance has attached to the dining-room.
Even in the rough times In which
castles and monasteries flourished
there was a tendency to make the dining-room
the finest apartment in the
building. Sometimes this was over
done, and the dining-hall wa3 about
the only room the house boasted
Unless a man imposes on a woman,
she will impose on him.
Among the ultra fashionable of New
York the mucilaged envelope has suc
cumbed to sealing wax, wafers and
folded paper. This necessitates writ
ing on a big sheet, and it also requires
some deftness in the folding of the pa
per. Of course, the manufacturers are
always ahead of the styles, and for that
reason the daintiest little wafers can be
found to match the envelope for that
is the strictly correct point to be ob
served about the fad.
It is surprising how many mean peo
ple you hear of.
The improvements that are being
made to the Baltimore and Ohio
South Western railroad between Park
ersburg and East St. Loui3 are being
pushed rapidly, to completion. Sev
enteen thousand tons of 85 pound
steel rails have been placed in the
track, and there are still 25,000 tons to
come, delivery being delayed on ac
count of rush of orders at the mills.
The company has also put in 123 miles
of gravel ballast and expects to get
out 200 miles moie during the season,
and it is hoped by Fall that the track
will rank as the best in the west. A
great many grade reductions and
changes in line are also being made
between Cincinnati and St. Louis. The
purpose is to make a uniform one-half
of one per cent grade between Cincin
nati and St. Ixiuis, as well as to elimi
nate a large amount of objectionable
curvature. At one point, for instance,
the line is to be shortened a mile and
a half, 360 degrees of curvature elimi
nated and seven bridges abandoned.
Do Yoar Feet Aehe and Barn?
Shake into your shoes Allen's Foot
Ease, a powder for the feet. It makes
tight or New Shoes feel Easy. Cures
Corns, Bunions, Swollen, Hot and
Sweating Feet. At all Druggists and
Shoe Stores. 25c. Sample sent FREE.
Address Allen S. Olmsted. LeRoy, N. Y.
There are bigger fools than men who
get married women.
We offer One Hundred Dollars reward for any
case of Catarra that euiot, be cared by Hall's
Catarjrto Cure. . , . , , . .
P. J. CHE ICE Y &. cO., Props.. Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, hare known P. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him
perfectly honorable in all business transactions
and financially able to carry out any obliga
tions made by their firm.
West & Trua.v. Wholesale Druggists Toledo.
O.: Waldinsr, Kinnan & Alarvin. Wholesale
Druggists. Toledo. Ohio.
Hall s Catarrh Cure is taken internally, act
ing directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. Testimonials sent free. Prioe
75c per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Hall's Family I'ills are the best
Success in life is like catching a
chicken; it seems easy; but in reality it
is hard to do.
Acts gently on the
Cleanses the ystem
OVERCOMES JTT 1
BUT THE GENUINE - M ANT'D By
(AUERNIA fTG rSYRVP(S
A small boy's idea of greatness is to
play baseball in a uniform.
Don't judge a man by the fit of his
coat; it may be a borrowed one.
The Tat FrcAcrlptton tor Chill
and Fever is a bottle of Gbovi s Tastxlkss
CHit-i"T6!ric - It is -simply Iron and quinine
la a tasteless form. No care no pay. Price. SOc
AVhen a man is out of a job he can
keep himself busy looking for work.
I shall recommend Piso's Core for Con
sumption far and wide. Mrs. Mulligan,
Flu instead, Kent, England, Nov. 8, l&ta.
The darkest cloud, financially speak
ing, is one that has no silver lining.
Jl (Teething Pre&rs.yi U
Costs cnI; 25 Cents. Asi
C. J. MOFFETT, M D,
K:ew Thompson's Ejs Sfatei
Ask for It. If your dealer hasn't
it be caa get it easily.
A Birmingham (England) money
lender sued for payment of the bal
ance of a loan. The judge made an
order for payment at the rate of 1
penny a month, thus allowing sixty
years for the repayment of the money.
A Chicago woman has presented the
public with 'a book without a title
There ls many a novel without a plot,
but a book without a title is certainly
Little Johnny Mamma, let's play I
am your mother and you are my little
bey. Mamma Very well, dear; how
shall we play It? Little Johnny 111
tell you; you start to do something and
I'll tell you not to. Puck.
As He Took It.
Artist "Now, give me your candid
opinion of this picture." Critic "It i3
utterly worthless." Artist "Yes. I
know your opinion is worthless; but I
am curious to hear it, nevertheless."
THE ills of women overshadow their whole lives.
Some women are constantly getting medical treat
ment and are never well. A woman best understands
women's ills, and the women who consult Mrs. Pinkham find
m her counsel practical assistance.
Mrs. Pinkham 's address is Lynn.
Mrs. Mabel Good. Correctionville.
Ia.. tells how Mrs. Pinkham saved
her life. She says :
I cannot thank you enough for
what your medicine has done forme.
I can recommend it as one of the best
medicines on earth for all women's
ills. I suffered for two years with female weakness and at
last became bedfast. Three of our best doctors did me no
good so I concluded to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege'ible
Compound. After taking a few bottles of your medicine. I was
rrjXkZitLi able to do all mv house
r(T - XfrT&g that
I l L
evening and recommended Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound, saying that she knew that it would cur; me. I then,
sent for your medicine and after taking five bottles of it, I was
entirely cured. I cannot praise it enough."
n Tims sf Sunshino
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OUR nAIXHlTH. 0OTALI
In which is listed at lowest wholesale prices everything to
eat, wear and use, is furnished cn receipt of only 10c. to
partly pay postage or expressage, and as evidence of good
faith the 10c is allowed on first purchase amounting to
$1.00 or above.
DR. MOFFETT'S A H2T.(niBIsli:3)J3S2pSS.reyf
wrote: We car year TEETBIA
CTeetkiw Powders te oar little
graaUcaild with the happiest re
salts. Therfffrts were almost mar-
tatl sad rertxialratore satisfactory
thaa from aa j
r we eTer aaed.''
your Druggist for iL
ITaet kewt by dranlate
aaatl 23 Oeata Vm
St Louis, Mo
ran tea to travel ana
I appoint renu.6t
I if per month salary and all (iprnwt.
' m ZxB6lKsCo.TUMoaoQBlds.Chlcacx
i.SiUi.Q DOUBLE QUICK!
Write CAPT. O'FARRELL. Pension A gent,
1425 New York A venae. WASHINGTON. D. C
LutvrJi tnii All Hf tAiLS.
Best Conga Byrnp. Taes bood.
tn time. eXl try Orurrrrt'
For Better or TTorse.
" Since Dr. Jndson baptized the first
convert In Burma there has been an
average of one convert won from
heathenism and baptized for every two
hours, and during the last twenty yearC
the ratio increased until there has bees
an average of two per hour, and during
the last year a convert has been bap
tized every forty-five minutes.
A Costly Trip.
Queen Victoria's annual trip to and
from Scotland alone costs her close on
6,250 a year.
tefeeta mt Eyes.
An eminent specialist states, after &
long course of visual examinations. that
in only one case of fifteen are both
eyes in good condition. In seven cases
of every ten people possess one eye
which is stronger than the other. Near
ly 50 per cent possess an imperfect ap
preciation of colors.
The Empress Elizabeth.
The beautiful and lamented enpre&a
of Austria was a slender woman, and
It Is said that at the time of her death
she weighed less than 100 pounds.
work. I know that your
medicine raised me from
a bed of sickness and
perhaps death, and am
very thanktul lor what it
Jfci&y( hcis done for me.
Get Mrs. Pinkham's advice
as soon as you begin to be
- a t j ti - 1 1 3 T
- j Txazzieu. ue sick uciiua.eiica
I and dragging sensation come
i for help as soon as they ap.
Mrs. Dc-le Stanley,
Campb e lisburg, Ind..
writes: Dear Mrs.
Pinkham I was troubled
with sick headache and
was so weak and nervous,
I could haidly jro. A
friend called upon me one
faction. Our values
are the unapproachable
K, HO, Ladies' Royal Capo
Mackintosh Coat, made of high
(Trade double texture Wbol
cashmere in navy Mne or
Mark, lined throughout with
fancy plaid, full sweep donble
breasted detachable car;, with
line pearl button, inlaid vt l
vet collar. Oltja plait in bark;
new shape fkiit with cne out
side pocket and opening in
side seam to allow access to
dress pocket; buttonhole are
worked with silk and all
seams strongly sewed. The
manufacturer's guarantee for
entire satisfaction stands bark
of every garment ; this coupled
with the w ay dow n price we
name should settle all doubt as
to the value. A c.ood Mackin
tosh is a wise investment,
whereas a poor one is money
thrown away. Our strong
points are practical kncwledce
of quality and buying is large
quantities at the lowest ch
prices; these advantages wa
extend to our customers. One
of these markintcshes will pro
tect yon from rain and damp
ness and give best of satisfac
tion. Sires 54, 56, 5a, 60 and 6a
inches long, no larger. Price
Are now ttklDz oar t
IrJernatlonal Typs-Kigh Platss
Tbey will save' time la yonr composinjr
room as they caa bo bandied even quicker
No extra charge Is made for as win? plate
to short lentrth.
Send a trial order to tbi ce and be
WESTERN KtWSPAPER UtimU,
W. N. U. WICHITA NO. 39 1898
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