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FromPimples to Scrofula From Infancy to Age To those who have suf fered long and hopelessly from Humors, of the Blood, Skin, and Scalp, and who have lost faith In doctors, medicines, and all things human, CUTI CURA Soap, Ointment, and Pills appeal with a force hardly to be realized. Every hope, every expec tation awakened by them has been more than ful filled. More greet cures of Simple, Scrofulous, and Hereditary Humors are daily made by them than by all other Blood and Skin Remedies combined, a single set, costing but one dollar, being often sufficient to cure the most distressing cases when all else fails. Sold tbroathonl lh world. CuMeam Bnotmt, Kta, fin form of CkoooltM Coaled Pill, 2c. pr tUI of Ointment, r., 8op, 25. Opotai Londua, Jf7 Chirtrr bouat . farlt, i Hulr ) Ptlit Btto, 117 Coltusbu 4t. l'oHr lirug k Chun. Corp., ftol Props. JT ImwI tot " All About the Hkla and Acilp." "KATY'S" NEW LINE To Oklahoma City and Outhrle la nowopea. From Kanitaa City toe "Knty" Is the abort line; from Chicago, part of the abort Una, and from St. IouIh, lacks but a few miles of bftlnif the rnnxt direct route to thla part of Oklahoma. The country traversed la one of the bi'nt farming dlntrlctB In America, supporting a number of thriving towns, which will grow In prominence rapidly with the adrentof the rnilroad. Here the proa poo tlve aettlerand Investor will find an ex ceedingly rich opportunity. For oomplete map of Oklahoma and jnnian Territory ana inter esting Information, write GEORGE MORTON, a. F. T. A., .. T. T. Kily Bldg.. ST. LOUIS, MO. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO S THE LINCOLN IMPORTING HORSE (0 S g Lincoln. Nebraska f" Perc&erons. g J W IW aires f,r " rmd Draft g g Th LARGEST Import. ai FIRST- g A CLASS tttdioiu of any concern (n All th rt o Wot; OVEK 60 HEAD TO SELECT X 0 PROM. On imrifi, ht Uncols tako th. C O Slot" Fum nml car whlca run directly u q O our bam. Com tact aa im ot writ. n O Lg. lit. Tl. Hi A L Sullivan, rigr. o OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAO $2ico.d.ctk:. I NO aa aurlng a bar- DM fro. . Brory Mt war ranted i aa npreaakKr) ' Talt doable Ilia barooM oomplet lil oliara aad bra cekl a, 1 Coaoord .it 1. t-la traoeo, for 111 .00. BOld.T- arrwkfr for VT.QO, Sand for oor fr oaialora of aaddlaa aad aaraea. Looan price la I bo 0. 8. Ik J. f.Wart taiUan I KaraaM (a, Xmus . Me. Rlpan Tubule are the beat dya prpala medlcln arer mad. A Hundred million of them bat I been xild la lb Uolted bute. la a alnilo rear. Conatlpatlnn. bean- barn, lick beadacbe, dliiloeM. bad i uretui, anra uirual. aaa ererr lit- ' are arltlna from a dlMrdend to-narh ar r1lrd nr cored by HI pane Tabu let, On will generally fir relief wltbln twenty aila ate Tb flT-ceiit paekatre la noogb lor ordbwy occaalon All drugglau Mil tbem. MUMFORD'I U.S. IJAVY RIKCOT. r mtgie Cur for KMtUaUTttM, Ml HMD, xroaxT TMUtiii. AU DraiflaU,or aalap 4 aarar.ara are pal for II JO I. t, MVT HIOKHII taut trrr, Mt, NEW PENSION LAYS IHI Apply ( VATHAFf flu nruitu, via w Ha bin toet. It. C UD- JJM14 I j faVfAp.'aiiiooiiL Ua 1 f 1 la Hr. rV by aroeV.!. f I Miss Alice M. Smith, of Mia neapolis, Minn., tells how wo man's monthly suffering , may be permanently relieved by Lydia EPinkham'sVegetableCompound " Deab Mbs. - PiNKnAM : I hay) never before given my endorsement for any medicine, but Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound baa added o much, to my life and happiness that I feel like making1 aa in thtfl enw. Por two vears every month I would have two days of severe pain, and could una no renei, duo one day when visiting a friend I ran across Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound, she had used it with the beet results ana acmsea me to try it I found that it worked KwiniWa with im t I now exrjerience no pain, and only had to use a few - . . ... . 1 . I J J-.l bottles to Dnng aroui uui wuuucnui ehanjre. I use it occasionally now T m anrflnn.llv fired or worn out" Miss AuceM. Saars, 804 Third Ave,, South Minneapolis, Minn., uiair man Executive Committee, Minneapolis Study Club. -iSOOOfcrftlt tf original tfaboM Ittitt proving gimlmnt cannot t product. Lydia E. Pinkham'B Vegetable Compound carries women safely through the various natural crises and Is the safe-guard of woman's health. The truth about this great medicine is told in the letters from women being published in this paper constantly. Every housewife gloats over finely starched )inen and. white goods. Conceit is justifiable after using Defiance 5Larch. It gives a' Stiff, glossy white-' ness to the clothes and docs not rot them. Itlsabso- ' lutely pure. It is the most economical because It goes . farthest, does more and costs less than others. To be had of all 'A grocers at 16 oz. 1 f TUB DEFIANCE STARCH CO, OMAHA. NEB. Baby's Troubles mother, you may rely upon Dr. Caldwell's (LAXATIVE) Syrup Pepsin It keeps the baby'e little bow el cool and regular, cure Wind Colloi and help them to grow strong and hearty. Spe cial direction for the bable on each bottle label Tour druggist sell It. PEPSIN SYRUP CO.. Montlcttto, M. IktteTOWEt'J POMMEL SLICKER KAJ BEEN ADVEKTttED AND 50LD f OR A OUACTU OP A ONIL7I LIRE ALL 'SI1 QoiHina ItUBAo'eoT'thcieJt raUml. m klacK orrtow. full fjknrltxl i o. j chwc 4elri erf7wfcere. TKRTO THI 5IGN Of THE FISH. B-fThompioni EiWatar W. N. U, KANSAS CITY, NO. 13, 1904 IP f DEGGS' DLOOD PURIFIER CURE3 catarrh of th ftom&sX- POULTlTO Raising Pheasants. For pheasants take a medium sized hen, after she has been sitting two or three days, gently lift her off ot the nest and place not over 15 to 13 pheasant eggs in the nest, gently re place her on the nest; if she flies off when replaced, let her go, she will most likely go back of her own will If possible, select the tamest hens for hatching quail and pheasant eggs Food and water should be placed so that the hen' can subsist during incu bation. This is especially essential if the hen is shut up in some out building, otherwise the food part is not so essential, as she will soon find food If allowed to roam over the yard, etc. If the hen is quite tame, examine the eggs frequently to see that none is broken or whether she has fouled her nest; if any of the eggs have been broken, remove the broken eggs and clean all the others that have become dirty from the broken eggs; do this with a damp4 cloth dipped in warm water. Never put the eggs in water. A foul nest is quite certain to kill the young birds. It takes 22 to 24 days for the eggs to hatch. After the eggs have been under the hun 20 days sprinkle the eggs with luke warm water. I find that this greatly assists the young in leaving the shell. The hen should always be set in a box whose sides are at least six inches higher than the nest; if not the young will leave their foster mother as soon as they are out of the shell. Don't remove the hen until the young are at least 24 hours old, as by that time they will have learned a part of their foster mother's call or talk. When you desire to remove the hen and her brcod to a coop, first get four boards, say 12 to 14 inches wide, edge them up, making a square en closure; nail the ends together and then throw dirt around the bottom edges of the boards, so that It is not possible for a bird to get out; better, perhaps, to put dirt on both sides of the boards, as it often happens that other chickens may scratch the dirt away from the outside, thus giving the young a chance to get out. When you are quite certain that you have your enclosure such that the young cannot escape, then take any old box that you may have, remove one end and one side, place the box in the center of enclosure with open side down, nail slats over the front to keep the hen In the box. When this is all done, take the hen and bet brood and place them in the box, and the first thing to do after this has been done is to give the hen all thp corn she will eat. F. J. Wilson. Crested White Ducks. Crested White fucks are valuable chiefly as ornaments, as they possesi no qualities that are not found In more commonly grown breeds. The standard weight of the mature draki Is 7 pounds and ot the duck 6 pounds. 8caly Legs. "Scaly legs" Is caused by a para site and hence can be quite easily eradicated from a flock. The trouble does not spread rapidly and this again iudlcates that it is quite easy to con trol. It is seldom met with In young fowls and less In the light Medlter raneans fowls than in the heavy breeds. Old birds of the heavlei types are most, likely to have it Fortunately for the raisers of watei fowls, ducks and geese are not subject to it. As parasites of all kinds car be killed by the use of grease and oil these' may be disposed of the same way Probably the oil and lard them elves would do the work, but to mak the remedy the more efficacious, kero sene is added. It Is also sometime! well to make an emulsion ot kero sene and water and dip the legs of thi fowls Into this. Pure lard is good ani if the legs of the fowls are greased with this till the spaces between th scales are filled the recovery should be complete. This Is a matter thai should be attended to, as the blrdi doubtless suffer greatly from the in cessant itching. This is shown bj the persistency with which fowls af fected wlththls disease peck at theli tegs, oltenmaklngthem Dieeu. Eery farmer can Improve bis flocl of fowls by constant and careful tff lection, always weeding out the poor est. ' A Change of Corsets. A valuable discovery has been mad that half of woman's Ills corns from wearing the sams pair of eoneti every day. says Philadelphia Press There is some truth In this statement tor the reason that pressure Is alwayt exerted upon the same place and on gets tired in spot". A change ot comets would naturally means a change in pressure. Thi name holds good in shoes and bats. If people would only consider theM mall things, much discomfort and annoyance could be avoided. Td oor liver gets credit for all our ills N.i.. K I How the Chinese Boat Time. A Chinese child Is considered a year old at 1U birth, and Its age is reckoned not from its birthdays, hut from its New Year's days. It it Is fortunate enough to be born on Feb. 1, the day before the Chinese New Year's day, it Is said to be two years old when it Is two days old. It Is one year old when born, and another year la added on its first New Year's day. Derivation of Panama. It is supposed by some that Pana ma derived ts name from the native word for butterfly. Explorers of the Interior tell of swarms of butterflies, which at times rise on slopes of the mountains 'n dense clouds, darken ing the sunshine. Others maintain that the name is from an Indian word, meaning abounding in fish. Paints Pope's Picture. Pope Plus X. Is having his portrait painted by a French artist, M. Gabriel Ferrler. The picture may be described as a stage portrait,' the Pope sitting on the pontifical throne, and wearing the tiara. It Is said that though the Pope's face Is full of benevolence, M. Ferrler in all the lengthy sittings did not once see the Pope smile. He Knew the Distance. Asked how far oft be thought heaven was, the old colored brother replied: "Hit ain't no furder dan I kin fly, et I got faith enough tor git de wings en de devil don't set fire ter 'em on de way!" Atlanta Constitution. 8moklng Tlma. . There is more smoking of pipes done In cold weather than at any other time, and, more pipes and smok ing tobacco sold during the cold weather than during the temperate and heated spells. . Making Now Bank Notes. The presses of the Bureau of En rravlng and Printing are now running sight and day' on new national bank Botes. Largest Window In Britain. ' The largest window In Britain is Ihe east window In York cathedral. It 75 feet high and 32 feet wide. Invest In Submarine Cables. There is $300,000,000 worth of Eng Ssh money invested in submarine ca ales. Defiance Starch should be In every household, none so good, besides 4 os. more for 10 cents than any other brand of cold water starch. Most horticulturists are grafters, but it is a mistake to suppose that all grafters btb horticulturists. Do Your Clothes Look Yellowt Then use Defiance Starch, It will keen them white 16 os. for 10 cents. When the flying machine Is perfect ed we can visit our castles In the air. TKIXOW CLOTHES ARB UNSIGHTLY. Keep them white with Red Croas Ball Ulu. All grocers aell large It os. package, S ceuta Girls, don't seek husbands; go after the bachelors. A Ik Tear Dealer For AlleL's Foot-Kaie, A powder. It rests the feet. Cures Corns, Bunions, Swollen, Sore, Hot, Callous, AchioK Sweating Feet and Ingrowing Nails. Allen's Foot-Ease makes new or tight shoes easy. At all Druggists and Shoe stores, 25 cents. Ac cept no substitute. Sample mailed Fuss, Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N.Y. Tombstone epitaphs dont' fool the recording angel. Mr. Window'. Koothlna; Kyrnn. Forrblldrea toattilntr, aofuna tti. fum., radum fs SjnmUua,allaytpaia,cijrewUulC4illu. S&g.OouI- While the little dog Is barking the big one absconds with the bone. Khaomatlsm's Killing Fain. Left In quick order after taking 10 doeea of Dr. bklrvln'a Rbrumatlo Cure, in tablet form. 25 dose 2te, postpaid. WIS. DRUG CO,, LA CROSSE, WIS. (W. N. U.) When a woman loses her temper she shows her age. ain in the Region of Persons who have pain in the region of the heart, palpitation or heartburn think themselves suffer Ing from heart disease when tbey seldom have any disease of that organ. In nine cases out of tea they are suffering from dyspepsia. The remedy avoid indigestible food, excitement, take plenty of leg exercise out of doors be regular in haLits avoid constipation and eat at least once a da o o which will refolste the bowels, give nourishment to the whole system and thus prevent dyspepsia. Paiafsblo Ilufritisus Easy of Digestion and Ready to Eat Mr Dr. Price, the creator of A ooek keek oentalnlnaj T eioellent recolata for using the fee pnics cshsal food co. - - Tiir ni n mi NIL ULU rULild H I IIUi.1 Are Never Without l1-- fll L inr I'ninrrnni iiinnnnnn iui uaiaiuidi uidUdoUdi VCJliJmaaL.-.. i. .... fc-S MR. AND MRS. J. O. ATKINSON, INDEPENDENCE, MO. T TNDER date of January 10. 1807. Dr, II Hartmaa received the following letter: ' "My wife had been suffering from a com plication of diseases for the past 8S vears. "Her ease had baffled the skill of some of the most noted physicians. One of her worst troubles was ohronio constipation of several years' standing. "She also was passing through that most critical period in the life of a woman change of life. In Juue, 1BWS, I wrote to you about her case. You advised a course of Peruna and Manalln, which we at once commenced, and have to say it com pletely oured her. She firmly believes that she would have been dead only for those wonderful remedies. "About the same time I wrote you about my own case of catarrh, which bad been of 85 years' standing. At times I was almost past going. I commenced to use Peruna according to your instructions and con tinued its use for about a year, and it has completely oured me. "Your rimedlet detail that you claim tor them, and tven more. Catarrh cannot exist when Peruna It taken according to direction. Succeta to you and your remedies. " ' ' John O. Atklnton. (Patented) Laundry y v tDij DIRECTIONS FOR USEl-WtooU'Stlck around IX the water. WlflOlcStlck LAUNDRY ni.t'F. won't Coats Ilk? and enuals 20c worth of anv other it send lOo for sample to THS LAUNDRY MONEY uaO ftE aad aait.aM lacteal; (Im MM aa(a 1 1 an. M I 111 11 1 1 II H l1 I II I Wbd plurkenoui(htytrau(oloputanb. Jf m HllllCllll II M 1 1 I 1 1 I a. JItlT punasiu paiaton iliauiarkei.audllwun. H M U 111 W 111 fV 1 y It uio ibliMiltni ellinwi.iiiil n lint pluct tt If WJ j LlJllfJljTTlaiaMaaaaaa' tiiuhlnurnlfll. A.kT".uri1elrrfi.rU.na' B K afciS' JJIUHaU m US" rl la ua fur ipodal cohir doalgu fur your huuao- ff B -r tioo. i.n00n pant a Cslor Co., tlneols, N.br. 11 AD FS &.V$k HIGHEST MARKET PRICE KaufMtu,.a1o.,i..tw',uss-r4..y,sw paywe & LEEK, Lincoln, Nebraska CAPITAL MaWaI 1 iimo est In West iE&lft!?2tSC'"Vlxf,Jlrtl I II II II Fsrmlrif In Kan.aa-Ranohlaf U IVOatfl ATTISTlOIt 0IT1M 1411 OUUI LI I II 1316 UUW,Kav,Ua 11 0. a iiiu 17HEAT FLAKE CZLEC1V 4 if 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 t 1 tjn Dr. Price's Cream Bakia Ton it aad uo ar iinnnr Peruna in the Houso -I fl! In a letter dated January 1, 1000. Mr. Atkinson says, after five years' expariouce with Peruna: " wlllvver continue to Mpeakagood word for Peruna. In my rounds at a traveling man I am a walking adver tltameni tor Peruna and have Induced many people during the patt year to use Peruna with the mott tatMactorv retaltt, am atlll cured of catarrh." John O. Atklnton, Box 272, Independence, Mo. When old age comes on, catarrhal dis eases come also. Svstemlo catarrh la al most uulveraul In old people. This explains why Peruna has became so indlspensablo to old people. Peruna is their safe-guard. Peruna is the only remedy yot devised that meets these coses exactly. Such cases cannot be treated locally j nothing but an effective systemlo remedy oould Sure tbeni. This is exactly what Peruna is. T wmi Af nnt vtvtpX v. nmmnt And anf tafnjw tory results from the use of Peruna, write at onee to Dr. Hartmnn, giving a full state ment of your case and he will no pleased to give you his valuable advlco gratia. Address Dr. Hnrttnnn, Prosldont of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O. V Blue spill, brenk, freo nor snot clothea. blnlnir. If vour irrrwi'iliu.a nt BLUB CO., 19 Miehlgaa St., Chleaa. TILL CURED, aa mu ofabiihed a JOO .if Irtalm a. Mat fUtna - Dluaxi af las trialli. a Dttaaui Warna, Of tat Umtu.Ji carH ri.Mil BMilws, am.. us ct liilcwetf wifaraua tsrir ( tp.llcatki. DR8. THORNTON MINOR, linn O.k U., Karu.a Cll. Ua th Delidooa Flawing Zitracta, . mailed free te eny aSdreee. - cihcaco. e Heart.