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FALL KIDNEY CHILLS.
With the chilling1 nir of fall comes an extra tax on weak kidneys. It's tho time Doan's Kidney Pills are needed now recognized tho world over as the chief Kidney and Bladder remedy. Aching backs are cased. Hip, back, and loin pnins overcome. Swelling of the limbs and dropsy ' siyns vanish. They correct urine with brick dust sediment, high colored, paiu in passing,' dribbling, frequency, bod wetting. Doan's Kidney Pills remove calculi and gravel, llelievo heart palpitation, sleeplessness, headache, nervousness, dizziness. DEERF7ELD, Ind. " It WftS called rheumatism. I could get no relief from the doc tor. I began to Improve on taking Ioan's sample and got two boxes at our drug, gists, and, all ho-.iuh Cljj ears of age, 1 am almost a Dcir inaa. I was troubled a food deal with my water had to get up four and five times a nlzht. That trouble la over with and once more I can reat the night through. Sly backache is all gone, and I thank you ever so much lor the wonderful medicine, ' Doan's Kidney Pill." JNO. II. Hl'SIB, President, Rldgeville, Indian, btute Bank. mAaW" vatir Doan's Kidney fins. . SO CIKTS. NAME. P. O STATE For frw trial boi. nail thl coupon to rofltttr-Milburn I 'o., Uuffttio, N. V. If above PAre li insufficient, writ addreaa go mp-ntteillp. Bastfr Pprixor. Kansas. "I received the free sum- fleof Doun's Kidney 1 ills, or five years I hae hnd much pain in my back, which physicians sold arose fi-om my kldneya Four boxes of 1 K an's Kidney Pills hat e en tirely cured the trouhle. I think I owe my life to these pi Is, and I want others to know it." Simi luvis, Baxter Springs, Kans. Falmouth, Ta. "I suf fered over twelve months with pain in the small of my back. Medicines and plas ters gave only temporary relief. Doan's Kidney I'iUs cured me." F. 8. baowx. Falmouth, V foreign Army Statist's. In Russia 2,810 men in every mill- i Ion are annually called Into the army; In Germany, 4,120; In France, 5,620, To get so larga a number of French men, weaklings have to be taken. This makes the mortality in the French army three and a half times that of the German army. ft . '"aaaBiaaMaMaasa)aaaaaaaasaaaaaaat Ijp IVavl ivia A 111 X AVaJL aViA t JrV No matter what your preferences are about a rifle, . 6ome one of the eight different Winchester models' will suit you. Winchester Rifles are made in calibers suita ble for shooting any game, from rabbits to grizzly bears, and in many styles and weights, whichever model youi select, you can count on its being well made and finished, reiiaDie in action and a strong, accurate shooter. FREEt Our 160-ptqe illustrated cMiqae. Iim it a i irrTr n --.- . . ........ ninbni en nirtu i irtu Annas bu, ntw nnvtn, eonn. HI & a-av UL FEDERAL Wa are anjiooa to Introdaoe oar hoawboM reiaedleata very noma (hreuahonl the Amartoaa. and are doing tons aeaaalaaala4TrUilBg to do thla qutoklr and tnoransalr, will yoa ordef koms r-medlea from na, althar fur ruralf and ralaOroa. or to Mil amona fr lands, aad eel a beautuai dinner aetVaaBf Saod us jmr aaaM and addraaa and we will send yoa ekM Doxm of remedies, Mil aaeh box for Hue. end retarn tba xaonay. Wim we haverecalTed the woney for tke mtdW cina, wttoh w will send you ImiMdlaUly Bpna raoatpa of your order, without the pai meat of a Injpa eeni mare t aaa for alibi boxea, after you aave aoM the flea worta and re- (arnaanaaaoaay.wewui wunoui any luruar wora oa yourpart or paTaieneof anyklad whauoever Mad yea a ttaanrrriillTrtanmalarilll tAmtm rrlTW i rl lnnp mmt tiv mm nm Ant with either braarn, blueorauldiaorailons,f ULLalaeforfaaxtly bh. a. ThlJ art laaaaoCBISA.aBahaa abaolately ao trade-mark or adTenlsemeat of eon on Ui all we ak yoa to do la toiaow It to yourTrlanda and them how 70a cot It. AbaolutelyaootkaroMidltloaa. DUhaepaoatedandaalppMj addreaaed to yea f rae of okarte. Our Ho. I box of remedlea eoatatna f UJ worxn, ana yo ran aiao man maaymaer vaiaaoie preraranie wal ror. aWVU"AHUWUf MM WOV WUI PWTO W WI MUVOO X X If M.I M REMEDY COMPANY, Dept. B 8 Broadway, Maw York City. NO MONEY TILL CURED. 2 "ais established. W lead FBtf sad ea'kl a idt put trtatitt aa Piles, Fistula and Diseases af the Rsctam; alto IN paf t lllas. trcitlw as DIsaaKt af Wornte. Of the theauadi carad ky ear mild aielhod, aone paid a cent tHIcared wc feralsa their aamei an application. DR9. THORNTON Sl MINOR, (M) Oak at.. Kaasat City. Mo- i cartridges- and shot shells are made in the largest and best equipped ammunition factory in the world. AMMUNITION of U. M. G. make is now accepted by shooters as "the worlds standard" for it shoot3 well in any gun. Tour dealer sells it. The Union Metallic Cartridge Co. Bridgeport - - Conn. TAKE Trtfc SAITA FE TO THE PANHANDLE COUNTRY OF TEXAS. Direct line from Chicago and Kansas City, also from Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas. H0ME9EEKER8' EXCURSIONS Trora the East, first and third Tuesdays'ol each month, also very low one-way rates for settlers and their families. Buy your ticket over the Santa Fe and see what the Pan handle has to offer. further Information furnished on applloatloe. Oorrespondenoe solicited. W. J. BLACK, aopeaa, jus., and ca.oagft, BOH A IWfIT TraaU B rr .. fM T.ll.r 1 ... Amaruia, Aaa. W . KIKHAH, o.r. I., .-.. r. ar., Oalraiton. Tax. mm, a Small Fortune (or a fw rod- square set to roots and seedN. We have tb'm for sale Send if-ce nt atamn for free catalogue of full inatructlons bow to trow for market. "AF90. c,rr OffCNQ CO. I" B(njce Htreet, aanaaa Cltr, Mlaanurl. FREE TO WOMEN! m TO DrOVA tl.ft hpnllniv iiul clranslnir power of i'axtlne iollet Antlaeptla we wlU mall a large trial package with book of instruction abaolately free. This in not a tiny sample, but a lara-e pHCKatie, enounn to con vince anyone of Its value. Women all over the countrr are praising Paxtlne for what It baa done In local treat ment mt f.tn.1. 1Mb .ii.ir. all Inflammation and discharges, wonderful as a eleansing vaginal douche, for sore throat, nasal catarrh, aa a mouth wash and to remove tartar end whiten the teeth, Send today ; a poktai card will do. Koltlbrdni'-latorentrotpald by ae, BO tenia, large box. Hatlsractlon (uar-nteed XHX H. VAXTON C Boaton, Uu(, 14 Celaanbaa Ave. IP Every housewife gloats E over finely starched I lnen and white goods, i ' Conceit Is justifiable If after using: Defiance II I 5tarch. It gives a f I 1 ' stiff, glossy white-' fl nc55 to the clothes 1 1 and docs not rot 1 1 them. It is abso-, 1 1 v. i juieiy pure, it is 1 1 w a the most economical A O because it goes U fj farthest, does more II 7 and costs less than Tl Others. To be had of all Vv jrocers at 16 oz. jr 1 THB DEFIANCE STARCH CO, OMAHA. NEB. Wise people respect them an; fools respect his good clothes. Allen's Foot-Ease, Wonderful Remedy. "Have tried ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE, and find it to be a certain cure, and gives com fort to one suffering with sore, tender and swollen feet. I will recommend ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE to my friends, as it is certainly a wonderful remedy. Mrs. N. H.Guilford. New Orleans, La." Anger Is the thunder that sours the milk of human kindness. f'-1?. '"T ' "oeeeetfni tnnam n the but, b-r of line, la thl. ptriure win recelre a jala.ble prfie. T.ru will Mod our preminm wairh fr lupertor to any taint: ever befure offrred for a trl- Inyaervlce. Write your anrwer plainly in a prxial eaM , toretberwltb ynor name and addr... and y.Ht will hear from aa within a tew daya talllne yoo what rue yoa have woe If nacea.fni In the cuate.t. JH CONTUT LETTER CO, 1123 Braad-aj. Nr Yarh Those Who Have Triad It wffl as bo other. Ueflanca Cold Watar Starch baa no evjaal In Quantity or Qual ity 18 os. for 10 cents. Other brands con tain, only 13 oi. Any man who does you an 111 turn will never forgive you for It. ALTON RESUMES FA3T ST. LOUIS TRAIN SERVICE. Passengers destined to St, Louis ud points east should to via the Kan sas City gateway, thereby securing the advantage of the Chicago ft Alton's fast night train, leaving Kansas City at t p. m., arriving In SL Louis at 7:01 a. m. Chair cars free of extra charge. Compartment sleeping cars. The Al ton keeps theli light a'shlnlng just ahead of the rest. Write to L. IX Cooper, Traveling Passenger Agent, Chicago ft Alton Railway. Kansas City, Uo for lowet ratfV Pauper Leaves Over $30,000. Maria Olive Perraud. a Paris an, who for years had been In receipt of outdoor relief, recently died. It now has been found that she left behind 6,500 in French consols. Still a Few Left The bishop of Durham complains that the English language will soon consist of nothing but slang and ini tials.' If he will consult the latest American dictionaries he will learn that there are still about 300,000 words in cood and regular standing. Big Steamship Companies. The Hamburg-American Bteamshlp line owns lis vessels, valued at $43 153,000; the North Oerman Lloyd, 107 veissels, valued at 133,748,000. Wrecks In the Baltic. There are more wrecks in the Bal tic sea than in any other place in the world. The average is one wreck a day throughout the year. Texas Finds a Remedy. Fate, Tex., Sept. 21st. Texas has seldom, if ever, had such a profound sensation, as that caused by the Intro duction recently of a new remedy for Kidney diseases. This remedy has already been . tried in thousands of cases, and in almost every case the results have been wonderful.. Henry Vaughan, of Rural , Route, No. 3, Fate, says of it: "I suffered with Kidney Trouble for over 18 months. I was very bad and could get nothing to help me till I heard of the new remedy, Dodd'a Kid ney Pills. I began to use these pills, and very soon found myself Improv ing. I kept on and now I can say I am absolutely cured and free from any symptom of my old trouble. "I am very glad I heard of this wonderful remedy and I would strongly advise anyone suffering with Kidney trouble to try it, for I know it will cure." Wants More Mirth.. Dr. James Sully, tho eminent Wash ington psychologist, claims to have proved by long observation and a series of mechanical experiments that society's ban against hearty laughter as "bad form" is producing a mirth less and Bour-vifiaged race Teople in the "smart set," says Dr. Sully, do not laugh as their forefathers did be cause they think that to do so would be quite vulgar. Cause and Effect. It Is said that Dr. Weir Mitchell, rs turning late from a party in a neigh boring city once, awakened his sister to tell her what he thought was too good to keep till morning. A lady bad been introduced to him, and, consid ering him a scientific man, wished to direct her conversation accordingly. "Doctor," said she, "don't you think the cause of so much sickness Is the want of soodont in the air?" Two Good Reasons. A good-looking young woman who wan brought before the police Judge of Omaha charged with holding her Fkirts too hiKh on a rainy day showed the magistrate how high she had lift ed them,, and was discharged. "Evi dently," nays an Omaha paper, "there were two good reasons for -her lift ing her nllrts, and the judge saw them." Roller Monthly. Highest Railway. ' The .IiinL'frau railway in Switzer land has now reached the Rigerwand, at an altitude of ahout 12.000 feet above sea level. The Antarctic. The unexplored antarctic region. which equals Europe in size, Is the largest unexplored area in the world. .X- Women Own Land. One sixth of the land owners Ore.it Britain are women. ' la CUBS' FOOD. They Thrive on Grape-Nuts. Healthy babies don't cry and tht Well nourished baby that Is fed on 'Grape-Nuts is never a crying baby, Many babies who cannot take any other food relish the perfect food Grape-Nuts and get well. "My little baby was given tip by three doctors who said that the con densed milk on which I bad fed it had mined the child's stomach. One of ,the doctors told me that the only thing to do would be to try Grape Nuts, so I got some and prepared it as follows: I soaked 1 V4 tablespoonfuls In one pint of cold water for half an hour then I strained off the liquid and mixed 12 teaspoonfuls of this strain ed Grape-Nuts juice with six teaspoon fills of rich milk, pnt In a pinch of salt and a little sugar, warmed it and gave It to baby every two hours. "In this simple easy way I saved baby's life and have built her up to a strong healthy child rosy and laugh ing. The food roust certainly be per fect to have such a wonderful effect as this. I can truthfully say I think it is the best food in the world to raise delicate babies on and is also a delicious healthful food for grown ups as we have discovered in our fam ily." Name giver by Pen turn Co, Battle Creek. Mich. Grape-Nuts is equally valuable to tho strong, healthy man or woman. Grape-Nuts food stands for the true theory of health. Look in eacli package for a copy of tho famou mile book, "The Road to Wellvllle.- i FRr-SH CAUSE FOR QUARREL Philosopher Satisfied He Had Dore Some Good. "I was over at Allegash the ottei day for the first time in four years," eaid the Kohack philosopher, just a oit sarcastically, "ana 1 Iouna ray nephew Luther and his estimable wife still squabbling over the same ques tion they were quarreling about when i was there before. The only change that I was able to detect was that, while in tho first place they appeared to know what they were jangling ttbout, by this time they seemed to have forgotten what the original bone of contention was, and were quarrel ng monotonously along without any way of knowing when they had fin ished. "Well, when my appearance Inter rupted them," Luther was startled to see how much thinner I had grown In four years, and his wife was as tonlshed at the way I had grown fat, And at It they went, quarreling over that, and the original question was shelved for good and all. I came away feeling amply repaid for the trip. It is a satisfaction to know that you have done a helpful act, and I expect I did them a great favor by breaking the monotony, and . giving them something fresh to wrangle over." June Smart Set. THOUGHT THE BUSINESS GOOD. Fisherman Would Like to Be Bishop "Coa.itator." Two veteran fishermen were dis cussing the many Improvements which have been made at Seal Har bor (Mount Desert) In tho last ten years, when one of them observed in his quaint down-east drawl: "Thet's a pow'ful handsome dwol lln' the preacher from Pennsylvania hes built on Purse's hill." "He ain't a preacher," responded his fellow-craftsman. "He's what they call a bishop coagltator." "A bishop coagltator? What sort of a trade's that? Anything like a walkln' delegit?" "I d'no, I'm suro. I only know that's what they say be is bishop coagl tator." "Waal," after a moment's ponder ing, slowly enunciated the first speak er, "whatever 't is, 't must be heaps better'n mackrelln' leastways when the fish'r scarse es they be this year. Kt I wus a young man I d'no but I'd learn coagltatorln' myself." Arms and the Maid. Two hundred years ago and more A doughty Dutulimnn reached our nliore, And, mive his own, no urms he bore But hlunrterbiiHs and xwnrd. Becoming aumethlnfr of u swell, Through ulilft and thrift It soon befell, lis bought the grunt Ills waullh uoulA well Afford. As time went on tho humble nt 111b rich dPRceixlunta quite forget ; Their 'routcheons Bhowoil no Ntuln or blot; J hell- prluo no Him (low felt; With holds erect thoy went tholr way, Yet held their fruitful IiiihIh, where ther In peace and plenty to thla day Jluve dwelt. And more; the fairest of her race Vlluf-cyed Katrine loved to trace The u rniN a lid Mud her iirojxir place Upon tho pedigree; COMMODORE NICHOLSON OF OUR NAVY She Has Reformed. IIo was deep in his paper and didn't want to bo interrupted, but, of course, ske didn't core anything about that. "Did you read about the young cou ple that went through tho marriage ceremony just for a Joke?" she asked. "No," he replied. "What of it?" "Why, alter it was all over they dis covered that It wasn't a Joke at all." "Oh, every on.i who tackles the mar riage question flndu that out." He was interrupted again for a full hour. Suggests a New Topic. Siipposln' some of these newspa per fellers that know so much about women's half hose and peek-a-boo waists which Isn't so let up on womon's riggings a whiio and tell us why a man wears a belt and suspend ers at the samo time to keep his breeches on? Kimball, S. D., Graph' ic. "Gassing" Trees. "Gassing" trees to destroy insects has become so large a business in Cal ifornia that a Los Angeles man has an outfit for It which cost 1 10,000, Tents are used to confine tho gas to the trees and to protect tho operators from the deadly prusslc acid which Is liberated from a saucer at the treo's root. liuperb Measure. Snbbubs "Since you're determined to move, I'm surprised you don't come out our way. Has your new house got a yard for the children to play in?" CItlman "Oh, yes, it's more than a yard." Hubbubs "Indeed?" Citiman "Oh, yes; it's fully two yards square." Philadelphia Press. United States Dairies. There are 17.139,674 milch cows In the United States, according to the latest census. The four big dairy states are New York, with 1,501,608 cows; Iowa, with 1,423,648; Illinois, with 1,007,664; Wisconsin, 998,397; Pennsylvania 043,773, and Ohio, with 818,239 cows. Needs Investigating. StellaThey're going to investi gate the postofnee. Bella "I'm glad to hear It. I got only, three love let ters from Jack to-day and I'm sure there must be something wrong." New York Sun. Coins for Venezuela. Venezuela will have coined at the Philadelphia mint 4,000,000 bolivars in silver. A bolivar Is worth 19.1 cents. Recommends Pe-ru-na-Other Promin ent Men Testify. Commodore Somerville Nicholson, of the United Staiica Navy, in a letter from 1837 R Street, N. V., Washington, D. C, says: " Your Parana has been and Is now used by so many of my friends and acquaintances as a sure cure for catarrh that I am convinced of its curative qualities and I unhesitatingly recommend it to all persons suffering from that complaint." S. Nicholson. United States Minister to Guatemala Endorses Ps-ru-na. Dr. W. Godfrey Hunter, U. S. Minister to Guatemala, ex-member of Congress from Kentucky, in a letter from Washing ton, D. C, writes : "I am- fully satisfied that your Peruna is an efficacious remedy for catarrh, as I and many of my friends have been bene fitted by its use." WrG. Hunter, M. D. Member of Congress From Virginia Writes. Hon. G. R. Brown, Martinville, Va., ex-member of CongTess Fifth District, 50th Congress, writes : "I cheerfully give my endorsement to your Peruna as a cure for catarrh. Its beneficial results have been so fully dem onstrated that its use is essential to all persons suffering from that disease." Hon. G. R. Brown. The day was when men of prominence hesitated to give their testimemals to pro prietary medicines for publication. This remains true to-day of most proprietary medicines. But Peruna has become so justly famous, its merits are known to so many people of high and low stations, that no one hesitates to see his name in print recommending Peruna, The highest men in our nation have given Peruna a strong endorsemeut. Men representing all classes and stations are equally represented. b mm If you do not derive prompt and satisfac tory results from the use of Peruna, write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full state ment of your case, and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio. vii Nine out of ten women are nervous suffer ing in silence. Sick headache is one of the first symptoms things go on from bad to worse until utter collapse. Don't delay if you have frequent head aches that is a sure indication your stomach is wrong. Indigestion, dyspepsia, constipa tion, liver and kidney troubles soon follow. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin (A Laxative) Will quickly seek out and correct stomach complications headaches disappear, your appetite is gcxxl, refreshing sleep is induced. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is very peasant to take, and is sold by all drug gists 50c and $1 bodies. SENT FREE. Tiiul I.oiiIb and vuluublo book on atumucli tiuuliltii. PEPSIN SYRUP COMPANY, Montlcalfo, Ills. ,aT.iiiaarwHfiaaaa Imcoclim All Form of DLOOD POISON uoh mm Berolulm, Kommmm mnd Rhmummtlmm. Pof.ltlvely luarnntftd to rurn If rllrfptlnna am followed. SB I par bottle, AMIHKPM The Bloodlne Co. Iti W. tlth Strati, KAMAI 0ITT, M0. W. L. DOUGLAS '3.52 & 3 SHOES SS Yoa can save from $3 to $9 yearly by wearing W, L. Douglai $3.40 or $3 shoes. J liny piiml tliimo that liavo Iwcn i-tmt-ing V"ii from (4.00 to J.'i.OO. The itn nienHe wile of W. I,. Douglas slim-a prove their superiority over all other uiakes. Bold by rutail shoe dealflrs evorywhere. Look for name and price on bottom. Thai Doaalaa im Tor. eaauui profM Ikrra la ?alue la Uoaalaa hi. , Corona li tka kla-hMt tisda Pet.Uathar Made.! Our $4 Bill av I Im rannoi b iqualliit atanu uric: Hhoa af stall, rrata Mlra. Illaitralrd Catalog free, W. h. DOLGLiN, Brorktoa, laae. MMm "A1LJKN5 IM IN A DRY TIME rat or-uic rail kever euls & IN A WET M. f Rnembr this whtrtoubuy V7et I WeotKfr Clnthinrt &nd look far tht V ( horn TOWfR on the buttons,. I i imijitmd mil Mir hove stood Tg I for th BEST durinf ilxty-jmn ytwi of hereoiind aeJei. If .your deoltrwU not supply ou write for free catuJodue of black or yellow water Ejof oiled co&U jlicktrs, suits, hats, and rse poods for all kinds of wet work. A. J. TOWER CO. THB (Mr-. iaofTON.MAU-a s.a. dlCM.1. TOWtR CANADIAN CO, iTli TORONTO. CAM. ". WIIJJrA, Successfully Prosecutes Claim. Lt PiiDcipsal Kxfcntnar U 8 FftnaloD RurMOa J jn la civil war. 16 twlJutlicsUiiig cUlua, aUv Jco fia siti'lV M r Uiauai in WW mimon'S 10 ran HtJDACHfS. - r i PAINfANOUISH TT AMINSTERING ANGELTHOU: SS3a. tlx iT.S. ml SoldEverymbre. A 'JoST-rl Thompson's Eji Watir W. N. U, KANSAS CITY, NO. 39, 1903 CHAMPION TRUSS 2E5DwSiT3SS. 1 ,P J?? 5-