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SUFFERED FOR FIFTEEN YEARS.
Completely Restored to Health. Mrs. P. Brunzel, wife of Brunzel, Btock dealer, residence 3111 Grand Ave., Everett, Wash., says: "For fif teen years I suffered with terrible pain in my back. I experi mented with doc tors and medicines but got little if any relief. I actually be lieve the aching in in my back and through the groin became worse. 1 did not know what it was to enjoy a night's rest and arose in the morn ing leeling tired and un refreshed. My Buffering sometimes was simply indes cribable. Finally, I saw Doan's Kid ney Pills advertised and got a box. After a few doses I told my husband that I was feeling much better and that the pills were doing me good. When I finished that box I felt like a different woman. I didn't stop at that, though. I continued the treatment until I had taken five boxes. There was no recurrence until a week ago, when I began to feel miserable again. I bought another box and three days' treatment restored me to health. Doan's Kidney Pills act very effective ly, very promptly, relieve the aching pains and all other annoying difficul ties. I have recommended them to many people and will do so when op portunities present Ihemselves. A FRE3 TRIAL of this great kid ney medicine, which cured Mrs. Brun zel, will be mailed to any part of the United States on application. Address, Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For Eale by all druggists, price 60 cents per box. RIFLE PISTOL CARTRIDGES. " It's the shots that hit that count. " Winchester Rifle and Pistol Cartridges in all calibers hit, that is, they shoot accurately and strike a good, hard, pene trating blow. This is the kind of cartridges you will get, if you insist on having the time-tried Winchester make. ALL DEALERS SELL WINCHESTER MAKE OF CARTRIDGES. When Answering Advertisements Kindly Mention This Paper. W. N. U., KANSAS CITY, NO. 37, 1903 Millions of U.M.C. Shot Shells are sold each year. They are made In the largest cartridge factory In the world. The UNION METALLIC C&RTRIQGE CO. RIOCCPORT, CONN. Your dealer sella them. It is surprising how quickly some eople get rich; also, how quickly others get poor. HOME VISITORS' EXCURSIONS. To Indiana, Western Ohio and Louis ville, Ky., via Missouri Pacific and 1 Iron Mountain Route. A series of low rate excursions to Eastern points will be Inaugurated on September 1st. They are called "Home Visitors' Excursions," and Will be operated over the lines of the Missouri Pacific Railway and Iron Mountain Route In September ami October. Tickets will be on sale Sep tember 1st, 8th, 10th and October 6th, good for return passage within thirty days from date of sale. They will be sold to points In Indiana, Western Ohio and to Louisville, Ky. Detailed Information will bo furnished on re plication to nearest agent, or by ad dressing H, C. Townsnnd, General Pas senger and Ticket Agent, St. Louis. The telephone girl Is on speaking terms with almost tveryone. Defiance Startb Is guarantor! blrr fcest and best or money refunded. 16 unces, 10 cfnts. Try It no?. What a terve a man mart have who advertises a spiritualist seance and promlfc to bring bc the dead. Try On Pttkage. W "Defiance . Sttrch" does not please you, return to your dealer. If R does you rt one-third more for ta same money. It will give yon Satisfaction, and "will not stick to the Iroa. Th Cut-Rats Cigar. Tha cut-rite cigar ha become one of the abos.tnationa of New York. A man may walk the length of a show case looking in vain for a plain ten cent cigs?. In half the shops this tra ditional -smoke ran net befownd. He can fli any number of "two fcr 17s." "thr fcr lis" and "six for Jls." biA that oci old ten-cent cigar of his fataer's and his own early maLhood fcaa vanished. New York Letter rk Catalog tent H Around the World. There is no route around the world It. which the railway and steamship lines make an effort at close connec tion. The matter of a circular ticket and connected time table is now being considered by companies which expect to make the time for the circuit forty Cve days. Cost of College. The cost of living at Vale varies greatly. This year fifty-six of the seniors got through the various terms on 400 or leas. Nine spent from $2,000 to $2,600, and six spent over $2,500. There were 110 who spent $1,000 or less, and 1SS who spent over $1,000. Typhoid Fever Statistics. Men over forty years old are rarely attacked by typhoid fever. There was only one case In the Soudan campaign of a man over forty dying of typhoid. ' Singular. By nature's happy arrangements, cloudbursts do not UBiially occur at points where rivers have already over flowed. Provlder.ee (R. I.) Journal. Tesla Promises Achievement Mr. Tesla promises to shock the earth with messages that will be felt and can be received by his coherer at its remotest confines. Chicago Savings Deposits. Savings deposits In Chicago bank have passed the $100,000,000 mark. In the past ' year they have increased more than $22,000,000. Tesla Promises Achievement. Mr. Tesla promises lo shock the earth with messages that, will be felt and can be received by Ula coherer et its remotest cou lines. It's well enough to .learn to say no, but a girl will remain an old maid unless she says yes at least once in her life. Ask Your tealtr r...... - Foot-Ease. A powder to shake into your sl'oes. It resn the feet. Cures Swollen. Sore, Hot, Callous, Aching, S'.veaiinilcet aiul Ingrowing Nails. Allen's Fooi-Kasc ina'ues new or tihl Shoes easy. Sold by all Druesjists anu shoe stores, 25c. Sample nailed KREE. Address Allen S. Olmstud. I.e Koy, N, Y. It takes lots of (.and to win a girl who has the rocks. If you don't get the biggest and best It's your own fault. Defiance Starch Is for sale everywhere and there Is positively nothing" to equal It In quality or quantity. It costs more to neglect a duty thaj to perform It. Defiance Starch Is put up 16 ounces tn a package, 10 cents. One-third more starch for the same mouey. English As She Is Punctuated. In a recent number of the British Medical Journal the troublesome com ma Is responsible for the following wonderful animal story: "The driver having ftnl.shed milking, his cow of fered to take me into an adjoining room where the milk was cooled, say ing that while he fetched the manager I could have a look around." THE K. C. f.. ALMANAC FOR 19M TheKansar City Southern Rallway'i Aimanic ror ;!.i in now ready ror dis tribution. Farmers, stork-raisers fruit-growers, Irurk gardeners, manu facturers, merchants and others seek ing a nw fie d of action or a new home at the verr lowest nrlces. ran ob. tain reliable irormation concemlnf, Southwestern Missouri, the C'heroke snd Choctnw Niri'.-t.s In the Indias Territory, Westert. Arkansas. Hasten Texas, Nortbwistern Louisiana and tht Coast country, and o the business op portunities o.rned Unrein. Write for a copy of the K. C. S. Al manac and address. S. U. Warner. Q P. A., K. C. S. I'; . XuiMas City. Mo. Double-Headed Snakes. The double-headed snake, hitherto suppored to be pt-enllar to Central America and the :redu!ity of unscien tific travelers, has turned up In Cali fornia. One story says that It was headed for San Francisco, another toward Los Angeles. Boston Tran script MANY CHILDKLN ARE SICKLY. Mejtrrr Gray's Sweet 1'owders for Children used by Mother Cray, a nurse in Children's Hoore, New York, cur Summer Complaint. Fever iihncss. Headache, Stomach Troubles, Teething l isordersand Destroy Worms. Al all Druggists', 25c 'Sample mailed FREE, Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Koy, N. Y. Shoes for All Poor Children. An anonymous donor has offered t provide footwear for every shoeless child In Stnrderlsnd, England. Eaai pair of boors Is to be stamped with notification that they are the property of the mayor, and any parent attempt leg to sell or any pawnbroker accept Ing the m In pledge will be prosecuted Pneumonia It Deadly. Is CWcago snd New York, according to recent atatlst'cs, pneumonia has Dow superseded pulmonary tubercu I losU as the causa of greatest mortal SOLDIERS ON THE STAGE, They Don't Make the Best Kind o Theatrical Supers. In a recently published letter SL Henry Irving has a few words to aa; about the British soldier's connectioi with the drama: "The first time I r member soldiers being employed a auxiliaries on the stage," he write "was at Glasgow, in the year 18C( The play was Boucicault's 'Jessi. Brown; or, the Relief of Lucknow. This was almost the first time that through the courtesy of the colonel o the regiment, soldiers were permittee to appear on the stage. They marched to and from the theater under a cor poral's charge, were a pattern of good oehavior and the payment of 1 shil ling a night was not thought to be an unwelcome addition to their ordinar) pay, bince then I have met Mr. At kins in many scenes of theatrical bloodshed. He was very strong at Bosworth field. At Bosworth on ont occasion there was a mishap which sorely tried his discipline. Richmond invited his followers to engage in prayers. Unluckily the knee joints ol the armor were unusued to genuflec tion, and when the soldiers tried tc kneel they stuck half-way and could not stand straight again. This de privea Kichmonds invitation of its merited impresslvenexs. A close ob server of our military 'supers' once said to me: They have only one fault they can never look surprised.' Wher provincial actors are in a scene ol great emotion it is a little disconcert ing to be surrounded by impassivf fates, which seem to say to the au dience: 'Don't mind 'em; they ofter, take on like this, but we're used tc it.' " CRUDE METHODS IN FRANCE. Writer Compares Them With Those of This Country. An American traveler in the south of France writes: "Every half-milt we would encounter a small two wheeled sprinkling cart about the si of a barrel, drawn by a lad. This al once provokes Americans to roars ol laughter. It is such small business and so ridiculous, don't you know, tc sprinkle a road 2(10 miles long with t sprinkler the size of a barrel. True this barrel was stamped 'Villefranche, which Is a little town, and farthei back there was one Rtamped 'Men tone,' which is also not a largo place All along the road there arc many bar rels. But we do better In our conn try. When the roads near a smal town need sprinkling the supervisor! try to raise the money- and fail. The) try to buy a big sprinkling cart which with horses and all, will cost about $2,()uli--niid fail. Then the citizen! try to raise the money by suhscrlptlor and fail. Then the country papert take It up and try to raise the monej and fail. Then all hands beinoiirr tho lark of public spirit and go tc work to get the sprinkling cart and fail. Here the small towns get sprlnk ling carts and do it by hand. It's true the operator Is only an 18-year-old boy but In many of the small towns in rim country the same boy would be loaflnf around the coiner grocery chewing to bacco. A Valuable Book. Col. Iligginson recalls an amuslnt incident that Illustrates Oliver Wen dell Holme's ready wit. Holmes en tered the private office of Mr. Jamof T. Fields, the publisher, on an errand if. i. . i i i rt nan n uook done up in papei under his arm. As he was going oul he suddenly turned and said: "I have here a most wonderful book It Is worth in money value any othei book In Hoston. In fact, It is wortt a whole library. If It could be proper ly edited and Illustrated, as I would do It, it would bo worth tho wholi public library put together." Nodding to us authoritatively, hi shut the door, leaving us looking al one another loo bewildered for cop jecture. Presently the door opened again quietly and IToltnes put in his head, his face bubbling over with amusement, and said: "Oh, I forgot to tell you what book this is. It Is Nat Thayer's cheque book:" Then he shut the door. Mr. Thayet was understood at the time to bo the richest man In Boston. What the Wind Brings. Which ii the wind thnt brini? the eolrt -llie north wind, Frpdcly, and all tht XIHIW, And the sheep will scamper Into the fold hcn the north wind Wins to blow. Which Is the wind thnt lirluus the heap The south wind, Ki.ty; the corn will grow. And prachrx redden for yon to eat, When the south begins to blow. Which Is the wind that brings the rain? The '-al wind. Arty: and farmers know That rows rome xhlverlng up the lane When the east begins to blow. Which Is the wind that brings the (low ers? The west wind, Bessy; and soft am' low Tbe birdies sing In the summer hours When the west begins to blow. Kdmund Clarenre Stedmin. Unexpected. A benevolent looking Quaker, In Irab clothes and broad brimmed bat. salked Into the lobby or a Philadel phia hotel a short time ago, and was w alking np to the desk, .when he stubbed his tone on an uneven place In the flooring and measured his length on the floor. A bell boy rushed to assist him to his feet. "Boy," said the old gentleman, sol mnly, "does thee swear?" "Oh. no, sir: no, Indeed," said the boy, taking his cue from the Quaker's pious appearance. 'Urn! Too bad, too bad." said he of the broad brimmed hat. "1 would have paid thee handsomely to have I worn for me" "Seeing Is Believing.' , "I will not believe," a well known American lady who is Btaying In Lon don told a Daily Express representa tive when questioned as to the fash ion among women in America of wear ng socks instead of stockings, "I will ot believe, until I have some more onviiiclng proof, that the New York 400' have gone quite crazy." Just so! tut what kind of proof would the fair .mcricau suggest? London Judy. London Parks. London, says the Earl of Meath, now possesses 313 parks and open spaces, which have cost 2,199,000. This gives a proportion 'of one acre to 752 of the population, which now numbers rather more than four and a half mil lions. Twenty years ago the number of parks was aud their cost 820,350. affording ore acre to 901 of the popu lation of 3,834,000. King William's Treasure C hata. In the Irish house of lords, now the Doaro room of the directors of the i 'reiand, are on view two great "uvueu. cnests, strongly bomid In Iron, -u.iu am ueuevea to have contained the money with which King William III. paid his troops after the battle of uoyne. First Woman Photographed. Miss Draper, the first woman wha ever was photographed, died recently at Hastings, New York, in her ninety fifth year. Mr. YYlimlnw'n Knntllluv Brain.1 For rlilwtrea temtilnir. aoften. iha a-uma. reduces ra IUuiuiiuiua,itllmfiUi,curatwuul jolio. iXietimUa. Many a man has been boosted to the top, only to fall off with a d 1, s g t d. To Cure) a Cold In One lnr. Take Laxative bromo (Quinine Tablets. AO druggists refund money if it f ails to cure. 25c. A yacht race should be sailed un der fast colors. PUTNAM F.' OELESS DYES color Silk, Wool and Cotton at one boiling. A man talks to amuse others and a woman talks to amuse herself. Plso's Cure tor Consumption Is an Infallible medicine (or oouwha snd colds. N. W. buuu. Ocmb Brora, N. i., Feb. IT, IMA The average man thinks the average man is far below his level. Lewis' " Sinule Hinder " Htrttitrlit, Ke rinnr No other briiuil of cinm 1h ho popular wit h luesmoKcr. no in in lenrned to rely upon its uniform high uuality. Lewis' .Factory, I'eoriu, 111. One bad turn deserves another revo- tlon for the better. ARE TOUR CI.OTIIKS FADED? Use Ked Cross Hull Blue and miike them White ugttlu. Lurgo 2 oz. packugo, 6 ceuts. Fortunate Is the man whoso friends aro all good and his enemies all bad. Try me Just once and I am sure to come again. Defiance Starch. Human rakeB scrape very little to gether. IT1TI or Olllu, I.,, I'JLKUU, I l.l'CAH CuC.riY. ' Fhani ,1. ens , sy makes oMh tint he tt senior isrtuerof Mm linn ot K. .1. Chunky & C"., tluliiK ului In ttie city ot Toledo, Cmmir six! sihis ifurcaiild. sml thst paid Drill will pay tin-mini or l INK JUNIilIKU IKil.LA.ICS fur en. ti ami every i-nao of ;i hbbii that rauuut ba i urej by Iba ua uf Hall 3AriMH Cluk. FRANK .1. rilKNKV. Sworn to befora me and nba-rlled In uiy pronoun, JUalih day ol December, A. LI. Itxii. A. W. ULbASOX, I kL- Xoittry rubll; flail's Catarrh Curs la taken Internally, and arts llrwlly on the blood and niuooua aurfacea uf Ilia lyateui bead for teatliiioritela. fron. K. J. t HtNEV CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all DrugKlaia. "r. Uall'a Family f Ula ara the beat. A straight ticket Is one with all the crooked candidates left off. m e a led every washday will make your clothes r.h:te as snow and as beautiful as when new. The most competent housekeepers In the Muntry use Red Cross Hail Ulue and n- othr Just try it once and you will see the difference. All tfrocers sell it. Large package 2-Sc, Creates Suspicion. "Wen Ah sees er man htinln' sugah t' er mewl," paid Charcoal Eph, as he heaved a brick at tho off steed, "Ah wondahs ef maybe he don' vary de monotony w'en he am at home by llcUIn" bis wife, Mlstah Jackson." Baltimore News. CurloOs Request. In accordance with her rorjiiPBt, fender was placed in the coffin of Mrs. Mary Ann Jcfforles, who died at Wei ayn at the ai;e of seventy-seven, and was burled with her. The fender was eiade out of a cart-wheel which forty rears ao ran over and killed her son, a boy of six. British Railway Employes. Hrltish railways employ HIH1 peo ple. 20.4G1 engine, snd 4.ri.94g passen ger can-lace, besides C71.000 wagona tor minerals, etc S.LT0N RESUMES FAST ST. LOUJt TRAIN SERVICE. Passengers destined to St Louis Wd points east should ro via the Kan- I City gateway, thereby securing ibe advantage of the Chicago at Alton'! !ast night train, leaving Kansas City it p. m., arriving In St. !uls at 7:01 L m. Chair cars free of extra charge. Compartment sleeping cars. The Al on keeps theli light a'shlnlng Just ibead of the rest Write to L. IX ?ooper. Traveling Passenger Agent Chicago k Alton Railway, Kansas City, Ho tor lowest rates. Secured Prlxe In Boer War. Oen. Joubert's chair, made of Phon bok horna and hides, and captured from bis laager at Usabon, near Ly denberg, is now treasured by Lieuten ant Colonel Unnston at Clenmor.n Bound of Mull GRATEFUL, HAPPY WOMEN - wmmmwww "SJWWWM i 5f '4TSv-f' 1 :' "&."fl Miss Muriel Armitage. Female Weakness is Pelvic Catarrhe Always Half Sick are the Women Who Have Pelvic Catarrh. Catarrh of any oran, if allowed to pro gress, will affect the whole Inxly. Catarrh without nervousness is very raro, but pelvic catarrh and nervousness go hand in hand. What is so distressing a siht as a poor naif-sick, nervous woman, suffering from the many almost unbearable symptoms of pelvic catarrh ? She does not consider Who's Afraid The childish confidence which this illustration portrays shows exactly tha confidence of everyone who has ever used Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin (A Laxative) Terliapn no mcrlicino ever put on the market has met wiih such phenomenal cures and tho output of our laboratory has increased steadily 5(K) per cent every year. This speaks volumns for Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin which is positively guaranteed to cure dyspepsia, indiges tion, constipation, malaria and all troubles arising from the stomach (excepting cancer) and if you will purchase a 50 cent or $1.00 bottle from your druggist it will be a complete revelation to you. Heads off biliousness, induces sound and refreshing sleep, cures nervousness, and is praised by women in all parts of the country. We will be glad lo lend yon aample nollla and llula booklet on stomach troublea If oa will aand ua a poitaL PEPSIN SYRUP COMPANY. Eftsl NO MONEY Til r R H L"3 te; 0 af a lltoi. Irs. It UltraF f5lf br our anlld aieihod, aanttila' a hi laaUIV DRS. 1 HORN TON Hit few TOWERS POMMEL SLICKER hA3 BEEN ADVERTISED AND JOID FOR A quarter or- a aim. LIKE ALL 'SS1 aoiea It Is n4 of the best n&tcrwlv. in black or tlow. full guarantcci and told by rcliabk 4lr crtrrwStrc STICK 10 THt SIGN Of THE FISH. hrowis cahadiaw eau-M.: a J towis co. . IWVtiiw, lM. trviiwn,rvu.aia 2 BROMO- SELTZER CURES ALL, Headaches 10 CENTS EVERYWHERE ,TffllrM.1ihlTLn.(4t- g W.a.. in,i aMVMipswii a.jv iiaiei rHiupifiN TRii?? rnr?D with jaji. a with coiroRT. iter un n rnraieian a AiTire. hooklf.T FKKK. fkiladalaaiaj Iniaa Cat, SIS LmuI Su, falii, fa. mm MSI THANK PE-RU-NA FOR THEIR RECOVERY AFTER YEARS OF SUFFERING. Miss Muriel Armitage, 36 Greenwood Ave., Detroit, Mich., District Organizer of the Royal Templars of Temperance, in a recent letter, says : ''I think that a woman naturally shrinks from making her troubles public, but restored health has meant so much to me that I feel for the sake of other suflering women it is my duty to tell what Peruna has done for me. "I suffered for five years with uterine irregularities, which brought on hysteria and made me a physical wreck. I tried doctors from the diflerent schools of medicine, but without any perceptible change in my condition. In my despair 1 called on an old nurse, who advised ma to try Peruna, and promised good re sults if I would persist and take it reg. ularly. I thought this was the least I could do and procured a bottle. 1 knew as soon as I began taking it that it was affecting me differently from anything I had used before, and so I kept on tak ing it. I kept this up for six months, and steadily gained strength and health, and when I had used filteen bottles I considered myself entirely cured. I am a grateful, happy woman to-day." Miss Muriel Armitage. Peruna cures catarrh of the nelvie organs with the same surety as it cures catarrh of the head. Peruna has be come renowned as a positive cure for female ailments simply because the ail ments are mostly due to catarrh. Ca tarrh is the cause of the trouble, reruna cures the catarrh. The symp toms disappear. herself ill enough to go to bed, but she is far from being alile to do her work without the greatest exhaustion. This is a very common sight and is almost always due to pelvic catarrh. It is worse than foolish for so many women lo suffer year after with a disease that can be jiermanently cured. Peruna cures catarrh permanently. It cures old chronic cases as well as a slight attack, the only difference being in the length of time that it should take to effect a cure. If you do not derive prompt and satisfac tory results from tho use of Pernna; write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full state ment of your raso, and he will be please to give you his valuable advice gratis. Montlcello, 111. E TILL CURED. 28 veais isiABUsntB. I a wo pan trauma aa Piiei, mini iu pimimi ar tsa IraallM aa Macawi af Woiaea. Of tha taoauadt caraal cast till cored wa) israUS their aaaiaa aa asatkatna. ON A MINOR, Hil l Oak St., Kanaaa Cll. Ma- W. L DOUGLAS 3.23 & '3 SHOESSS Yon can lavs from $3 to $i yearly by vaaring W. L Douglas $3.60 or $3 ihoea. . J hey l iil;ll tlioio that Imvo Ixmn nutt ing Ton from S4.00 to S.'.".00 The Im innnan ado of W. Ij. DtiiiKlai alum prnrmf tlmlr siipHriniity over all other iniikr-. Sold by retail aline dealers overywbnrn. Look, for ru.no and prlru on bottom. 1 nat ntinflM aw rer aatoH rinn Ih-ra la talua I Ihiadaa ahoaa. (ornna la tha hla-hint glide Paf.lathrmaria. 5 fair t'nlor EntlHt HMni. t Our $4 Out C d-it Line rannni 04 touailU at anti arm. Khoa hf nail, V, rrala rttra. Illaalratrd Cauloff fraa. W. L. UOCtilAN, Braralaa. 1am. FREE TO WOMEN! m o prove tl.e bftallnc audi clranalnn powr of l aitlna 'Inlltit Antlavptla we will mall a large trial parka with tmolc of Inatruellona baulutaly tn. Thla la Dot tiny aample. but a largo paaitae. enough to con vince anyone of lu value. Women all orer the oounlry are Draining Paitine for what It hita done In loral treat ment aif female Ilia, eurtna? all Inflammation and dlachargca. wonderful ax a cleannlng TairlnHl douche, for eore throat, nuwl catarrh, aa a mouth wah am tn remove tartar and whiten the teeth. Send today : poetaj card will do. eolrt br di-naclataoreent pnotpeld hy ae, S eaata. larva boa. Hatlafaetloa (aantMdi IBS ii. I-AXTON CO, Ho. ton, Maaa. S14 Cnloanbua Aa MP !.U,L J 1. 'J wm urn idCfitW nig tin Viw j a;. j t&JM'H4!laa3am W ciiati khu (iu rtiti. zT h. Bat Cuuah Bynia. Taaiw (toed. Paa 1 Li In time. Sold hy dnirita. !