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SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
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The only ikln softener aod
bluacher 1 And.
It alau keepa me sweet and
clean on hot summer day,
destroy all odor of perapU
ration when applied on re
tiring and removed n it
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Blther mailed direct on re
ceipt of price.
HOOPER MEDICINE CO.
Dallas, Tex. It Janet City N.J,
For Any Face or Any Beard
NO STROPPING NO HONING
oj ClenM and Uautlfla, tha heir.
W Fromotef a luxuriant growth.
)' iS Have Pails to Beatore Gray
J&IkV JS" o 1" Yonthiil Color.
WV.sA Ourw mlp dlieam a hair falUna,
THE PRIVILEGED CLASS.
"But, Minna, you shouldn't flirt with
all the men as your are doing! Re
member you're not married!"
Objection to Women Golfers.
"Farmers don't mind renting their
fields to golfers, but they are strongly
opposed to women."
"Because woman golfers are always
losing hairpins and hatpins and stick
pins in the grass. Follow the trail of
a woman's foursome with a pushlonful
a woman's foursome with a pincushion
pins at the end of the ninth hole."
"But why does the farmer mind
"Because afterward when his sheep
sand cattle graze in those fields they
swallow pins. Pins, I needn't tell you,
are injurious to the health."
No Romance About It.
The stricken man constantly moaned
che name of the young woman who
bad jilted him.
"Tell her," he said to the medical
man, "that her cruelty killed me. Tell
ber I am dying from a broken heart."
, The medical man shook his head.
"Aw, go on," he said. "That would
be shamelessly unprofessional. Your
heart's all right. It's your liver that's
Willing to Oblige.
Lady (sitting for portrait) Please
make my mouth small. 1 know it is
large, but I wish it to appear quite
Artist (politely) Certainly, madam.
If you prefer, I will leave it out alto
gether. Boston Transcript.
AN OLD TIMER
Has Had Experiences.
A woman who has used Postum
since it came upon the market knows
from experience the wisdom of us
ing Postum In place of coffee if one
values health and a clear brain. She
"At the time Postum was first put
on the market I was suffering from
nervous dyspepsia, and my physician
bad repeatedly told me not to use
tea or coffee. Finally I decided to
take bis advice and try Postum. I
got a package and had It carefully
prepared, finding it delicious to. the
taste. So I continued its use and very
coon its beneficial effects convinced
me of Its value, for I got well of my
nervousness and dyspepsia.
"My husband had been drinking cof
fee all his life until it had affected'
bis nerves terribly, and I persuaded
him to shift to Postum. It was easy
to get him to make the change for
the Postum is so delicious. It cer
tainly worked wonders for him.
"We soon learned that Postum does
not exhilarate nor depress and does
not stimulate, but steadily and honest
ly strengthens the nerves and the
"To make a long story short, our en
tire family continued to use Postum
with satisfying results, as shown , in
our fine condition of health and we
have noticed a rather unexpected Im
provement in brain and nerve power."
Increased brain and nerve power
always follow the use of Postum in
place of coffee, sometimes in a very
marked manner. "There's a Reason."
Look in pkgs. for the famous little
book, "The Road to Wellville.".
Ever read the above letter f A sew
one anpr.r. from time to time. They
re sreaulne, true, ad full of hamaa
1 KANSAS STATE NEWS i
Kansas Rifle Team Selected.
The members of the Kansas Rifle
team, which will take part In the na
tional shoot to be held at Camp Perry,
Ohio, August 23, will go to Burlington
for practice August 9. ' The members
of the team were selected from the
competitions held at Fort Riley last
month. They are as follows: Lieut
Parmley, Company C, First regiment;
Lieut. Walling, Company H. First regi
ment; Lieut. Clark, field and staff,
First regiment; Capt. Kessler, field
and Staff, Second regiment; Sergeant
Cole, Company I, First regiment;
Lieut. Sawyer, Company D, Second
regiment; Sergeant Townsend, Com
pany E, Second regiment; Musician
Smith, Company C. First regiment;
Lieut. Eagle, Company L, First regi
ment; Sergeant Wood, Company B,
Flftt regiment; Lieut. Stryker, Com
pany E, First regiment; Lieut, Smith,
field and staff, First regiment; Major
Griffith, staff, Lieut. Adams, Company
C, Second regiment; Lieut. Fleeman,
Company E. Second regiment
' ' ' .
. Orphan Sisters Reunited.
After being jseparted for eight years
and during that time having no knowl
edge of each other, VInlta and Maude
Rodwell, orphans, aged 13 and 11
years respectively, have been unex
pectedly placed together In a good
home near Salina. VInlta has been In
the home about one year and the
adopted'mother, wishing for a com
panion for her, asked the Kansas Chil
dren's Home society for another girl.
The society accidentally picked up the
sister finding her In Topeka. The
girls were separated eight years ago
when both of their parents died while
traveling In a covered wagon In the
eastern part of the state. ' At first the
girls did not know they were sisters.
The society is protecting tho children
by withholding the names of their
adopted parents, but they are wealthy
Named Fifteen Oil Inspectors.
Joseph Longshore, state oil Inspec
tor, has 118 deputy oil Inspectors to ap
point. He named 15 the other day and
has selected a total of 26 now. Those
appointed are: Miss Anna Haberline,
Kiowa; George W. Hemsey, Quenemo;
A. F. Matson, Arkansas City; George
Harming, Girard; Isaac Futhey, Nlot
aze; S. A. Davis, Newton; S. T.
Harmon, Cbetopa; Nick Simeon, Pitts
burg; Fred Yoxall. Osborne; H. B.
March, Galena; F. W. Sturgls, Con
cordia; N. A. Turner, Colby; F. M.
Lynch, Plain vllle; Charles H. Em
mons, Hill City; I. A. Mole, Olathe.
Work Begun on Lawrence Car Line.
A .strip of pavement several blocks
longSia been torn up preparatory to
building the new Lawrence electric
line, but the work of track laying can
not begin yet, as a carload of spikes
and bolts has gone astray since leav
ing the factory. The'other material is
all on the ground and the work of lay
ing track will begin as soon as the
missing car rrrlves.
State Seed Wheat Gone.
Kansas farmers will be unable to
get any high grade seed wheat from
the state experiment farm at Hays
City this year. A recent hailstorm
completely destroyed 1,200 acres of
growing wheat. The grain was almost
ready to harvest and It promised a
$23,000 for Kansas Farm.
One of the biggest land sales In this
part of the country has recently been
consummated. W. H. Shoemaker sold
W. A. Carmean's 200-acre farm north
of Narka to Frank Holechrk for $23,
000 of $115 per acre. This is the high
est price paid for a farm in this part
of Republic county.
Box of Fireworks Exploded. y
An exploding box of fireworks at the
Santa Fe station at Lawrence woke up
half the town and aroused visions of
another Quantrell raid. The box was
being loaded on the express car of the
midnight passenger and the explosion
began when It thumped against the
floor of the car. The agent kicked it
off the car and the rest of the cele
bration took place on the platform.
The box was loaded with torpedoes,
giant crackers and skyrockets, and
the whizzing missiles drove everybody
to cover for awhile. Two teams ran
away but no one was hurt.
Asked Coroner for Marriage License.
A young man In Seneca who hunted
up the coroner In order to apply for a
marriage license was assured that he
couldn't get anything worse than a
death warrant at that office.
An Atchison Elevator Sold.
. W. A. and J. W. Blair nave purchas
ed the Greenlead-Baker elevator at
Atchison and will have it rebuilt. The
capacity of the new elevator will be
Wichita Stock Yards Co. Reorganized.
The Union Stock Yards Associa
tion Track company has been re
organized at Wichita. The Mis
souri Pacific Railroad company was
given the management of the tracks
and switching in the packing house
district. The company was organized
several years ago, after the stock
yards company was organized, A. H.
Webb, superintendent of the Mis
souri Pacific in Wichita, was named
general manager of the company
when it was first organized and was
named ac the reorganization.
DUSKY MONARCH "EASY MARK"
Wiles of Beautiful Captive Proved
Just the Thing When Emer
',' gency Came. '
The beautiful young captive retained
ber presence of mind, however, and
when it came her turn to be taken
before the cannibal king, she marceled
herself very carefully.
"Ain't I sweet, though!" she ex
claimed, archly flirting her handker
chief at the monarch.
His majesty at once .fell into the
"You're simply it!" be replied cor
dially. "Well, sweet things are terribly fat
tening." "Ah!" "
"O, terribly. And there's, nothing so
hopelessly out of it as to be fat, these
Whereupon the king was greatly
shaken and commanded her Instant re
lease. I "People used to blame me because
I knew I was pretty, but all the time I
felt sure the knowledge would come
bandy some day!" commented the
lovely creature, as she was led away.
THE WRONG OBJECTIVE POINT
Mule's Lack of Consideration Respon
sible for Ike's. Being Late
at His Duty.
An Atlanta merchant has frequent
occasion to rebuke Ike, his datky por
ter, for his tardiness in reporting for
duty in the morning. Ike is always
ready with a more or less Ingenious
"You're two hours late, Ike!" ex
claimed the employer one morning.
"This sort of thing must stop! Other
wise, I'm going to fire you; under
" 'Deed, Mistah Edward," replied Ike,
"It wa'n't mah fault, dis time!, Hon
est!' I was kicked by a mule!"
"Kicked by a mule? Well, even If
that were so, it wouldn't delay you for
more than 'an hour. You'll have to
think of a better excuse than that."
Ike looked aggrieved. "Mistah Ed
ward," he continued solemnly, "it
might have been all right ef dat mule
kicked me in dis direction; but he
didn't he kicked me de odder way!"
HER FRIENDS WONDER
How Mrs. Kessler Was Rescued from
Almost Certain Death.
Few have lived through such trials
and suffering from kidney disease as
were . endured by
Mrs. Caroline Kess
ler of W. Main St.,
Paw Paw, Mich. Well
and strong again,
her case is thought
a miracle by her
friends. What Mrs.
through makes a
r ' long story back
ache, rheumatism, dizzy and fainting
spells, urinary disorders, dreadful
bloating of dropsy and finally a com
plete prostration that defied medical
skill and caused her to be given up
Through the use of Doan's Kidney
Pills Mrs. Kessler Is a well woman
and Is willing to tell about her case
to anyone who cares to Inquire.
Sold by all dealers. 50 eta. a box.
Foster-MIlburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Here's a Good One.
A friend of mine told me of a curl
ous experience. He was carefully
stalking a big bull elephant in a large
herd, when they got his wind, and a
big cow elephant charged him. He
jumped behind a large tree as the
elephant reached him, and, being un
able to stop herself In time, the ele
phant drove ber tusks with such force
into the tree that they snapped off
close to her head. The elephant was
stunned for a moment, but luckily
turned and galloped after the fast re
treating herd, leaving him the posses
sor of some 80 pounds of Ivory, valued
at about $250. Circle Magazine.
Why Actors Wear Long Hair.
Why do actors so often wear long
hair? Perhaps this Is the reason:
There once was a staute In England
under which actors found wandering
were liable to be branded through the
right ear. The long hair concealed
che decoration and thus the custom
Rough on Rats, unbeatable exterminator
Rough on Hen Lice, Nest Powder, 25c.
Rough on Bedbugs, PowderorLiq'd,25c.
Rough on Fleas, Powder or Liquid, 25.
Rough on Roaches, Pow'd, 15c..Llq'd,25c.
Rough on Moth and Ants, Powder, 25c.
Rough on Skeeters, agreeable to use,25c.
E.S. Wells, Chemist. Jersey Clty.N. J.
"Pa is scoldin the new gardener
, "The man is such a hayseed."
"I suppose that is the reason pa is
giving him such a raking over."
The best season of the year for a
Ilrl to marry Is in the fall. It's an
?asy matter to teach a man to build
fires when the honeymoon is on.
Clear white clothe lire a sign that the
louftekeeper uees Red Crora Ball Blue,
jirge 2 ox. package, 0 cent a.
' There Is more or less moonshine In
che astrology business.
Save the Babies
INPANT MOETAIITT is soiiethiiig MgWaL We cm Iwdly realiza thst c?
all the children born in civilized countries, twentytwo per cent cr nearly .
one-qnaxter, die before they reach one year; ihirtyseven per cent, crpra
than one-third, before they are five, and one-half before they are fifteen I . i
We do not hesitate to say that a timely use of Castoria would save i ol
jority of these precious lives. Neither do we hesitate to say that many of theca
infantile deaths are occasioned by the use of narcotic preparations. Drops, tinctures
and soothing syrups sold for children's complaints contain more or less opium, cr
morphine, They are, in considerable quantities, deadly poisons. In any quantity
they stupefy, retard circulation and lead to congestions, sickness, death. Castcria
operates exactly the reverse, but you must see that it bears the signature cf
Chas. E Fletcher. Castoria causes, the blood .to circulate properly, opens tha
pores of the sMn and allays fever.' y :
Letters from Prominent Physicians
addressed to Chas. II. Fletcher ,
Dr. A. F. Peeler, of St Louis, Mo., says: "l have prescribed your Casttwia
In many cases and have always found it an efficient and speedy remedy.'
Dr. E. Down, of Philadelphia, Pa says: "I have prescribed your Cms
toria In my practice for many years with great satisfaction to myself andr
Nnefit to my patients."
Dr. Edward Parrish, of Brooklyn, N. Y, says: "I have used your Cas
toria In my own household with good results, and have advised several,
patients to xjb'lt for its mild laxativa effect and freedom from barns.1
Dr. J. B. Elliott, of New York City, says: "Having during the past si
years prescribed your Castoria for infantile stomach disorders, I most
heartily commend Its use. The formula contains nothing deleterious
to the most delicate of children.''
Dr. C. G. Spracuo, of Omaha, Neb., says: 'Tour Castoria is an Ideal
medicine for children, and I frequently prescribe it While I do not advo
cate the indiscriminate use of proprietary medicines, yet Castoria Is an.
exception for conditions which arise in the care of children."
Dr. J. A. r&rkcr, cf Kansas City, Mo., says: "Your Castoria holds tha
esteem of the medical profession in a manner held by no other proprie
tary preparation. I Ms a sure and reliable medicine for Infants and chil
dren. In fact, it is the universal household remedy for infantile ailments.'
Dr. IL F. Kerr ill, of Augusta, Me., says: "Castoria Is one of the very,
finest and most remarkable remedies for Infants and children. In my;
opinion your Castoria has saved thousands from an early grave. I can.
furnish hundreds of testimonials from this locality aa to its efflcienc
Dr. Norman M. Geer, of Cleveland, Ohio, says: "During the last twelve
years I have frequently recommended your Castoria as one of the best
preparations of the kind, being safe in the hands of parents and very
fective in relieving children's disorders, while the ease with which suchJ
a pleasant preparation can be administered Is a great advantage.1
GENUINE CASTORIA ALVAYO
Hears the Signature of
W . -U i Ui Ultll
ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT
ung uie Momac&s andBowels of
Opiunt.Morphine nor Mineral
Aperfect Remedy forConsflpi
Hon. Sour Storaach.Dlarrtm
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
lacStafe Sigiatnre of j
35 , GadunjMI'
Exact Copy of Wrapper,
The KM You Hare Always Bo
In Use For Over 30 Years.
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Like an Hour Glass.
Nelle Is that fellow of yours ever
going to get up the courage to pro
Belle I guess not he's like an
Nelle An hour glass?
Belle Yes; the more time he gets
the less sand he has. Cleveland
Howell I see that the heiress has
put her money into the lumber busi
ness. Powell That so?
Howell Yes, she has married a
8hake Into Your Shoe
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for your feet
It cures painful, iwollen, smarting, sweat
ing feet. Make, new shoes easy. Sold by
all Druggist, and Shoe Store. 23c. Don't
accept any substitute. Sample FREE. Ad
dress Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. T.
Skill to do comes of doing, knowl
edge comes by eyes always open and
working hands, and there Is no knowl
edge that is not power. Emerson.
A household once mpplied with Ham
lins Wizard Oil is seldom allowed to be
without it. In case of audden mishan or
accident Wizard Oil take, the place of
the family doctor. Are you supplied?
In the matters of conscience, first
thoughts are best; In matters of pru
dence last thoughts are best. Versole.
Mr. Window'. RoothloaT Sjmo.
Tor children itthlnjr, aoftena the guraa, reduce la
Dimmatloci, alUyi curea wlwl collu. ftcebutue.
A doctor of divinity should believe
In the faith cure.
"But, Egbert, you never used to
mind cutting the grass."
"I know, pa, but It's a whole lot
harder since you sharpened the lawn
A man likes to thipk that a woman
thinks he Is better than he knows
TERRY DAVIS' PAINKILLER
dniwa the pain and Inflammation l'miu bce-ttinra
and lnMct bitea. Kouttieaandallayatheawlunwh
tngofuioaquilobltie. 35c, 86c and 60c buttle.
It is always the open season for
killing time with some people.
DO YOVR CLOTHES LOOK YELLOW,
If io, use Red Cross Ball Blue. It will make
them white a. snow. 2 oz. package & cents.
The real martyr never has time to
enjoy the honor.
Itatmctod with I
aura ejea, quo !
Thompson'! Eye Water
NOTHING LIKE IT FOR
THE TEETH "t
ie excel, anr
in cleanams, wli.n'aam anal
removing tartar from the teeth, beside, dialiiriesi
all germ, ot decay and duease whsca
tooth preparation cannot do.
TUP IfAimi Paxboemerjasai
I nt I.1UU I n waah diaUeekbatl
and throat, purifies the breath, and kills SW i
which collect m the mouth, causing aorc
bad teeth, bad breath, grippe, and Mack i
msTVrC wne nflamed, tand, adU
LILd and bum. may be jtaady
relieved and strengthened by ra
ftATADDU Putine will dearrov Sac fenea
vA I Aiinrl that cause catarrh, leal kU aw
Bammatioa and atop die discharge. It at a sua.
remedy for uterine catarrh.
Paxtine ii a harmless vet powerful
erak,diiinf edant and deodonzo. "-jj
Used in bathiiuiitdejrtTm ndnnanJ K ..Y a
leave, the body antiseptically cleaa.
FOft SALC AT DRUG TORCS,60c
OR POSTPAID BV MAIL.
LARGE SAMPLE FREE!
THE PAXTON TOILET CO.. BOSTON.
in the dumps
from over-eatino drinking
bad liver and cnnil' ntiinn m
many a one, but the Vs a way out
L,ascarets relievv. and core
tmicklv. Take one trv-mVht and
feel ever so much better in tha
Caacarets 10c box week, treat
ment. All drusrirlsts. BlinrestuUer
m the world million boxes a monto.
DAISY FLY KILLER
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