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A. Congestions, liflamma cuewJilods, Luna Feer, Milk Fever. B. RJIiPRAINR, I.amrnfM, Injuries. cures > Rheumatism. CL CL ) WORK THROAT. Quinsy. Epizootic. cures ) DUtcinper, not., (.rub., K, M.K’OI GHS, Colds. Influenza. Inflamed CUR).4 > Ltiriu*. Pleiiro-Pneumonia. F. V. I FOUr, Hellyaehe. Wind-Blown. Clgui IHanlm. Dysentery. C. Prevents MISCARRIAGE. £ HIIKY A BLADDER DIKORDERM. I. I. DISEASES, Manse, Eruptions, cuucs) L leers, Grease, Farcy. .1. K. BAD COMHTIOA. Staring C oat. curkh ) In<Ji£ *tion. Stomach Staers. flOe. each; Stable Case. Ten Specifics, Book, Ac., $7. At druggists or sent prepaid on receipt of price. Humphreys’ Medicine Cos., Cor. William & John Sts., New York. Veterinary Manual Sent Free. Dr. Humphreys’ Specifics cure by acting directly npon the disease, without exciting disorder in any other part of the system. no. cures. prices. I-Fevrm, Congestions, Inflammations. .‘ls ‘i—W orin*. Worm Fever, Worm Colic... .15 3 Teething. Colic,Crying,Wakefulness .43 4 Diarrhea, of Children or Adults 43 7—Couchs. Colds, Bronchitis 43 ft—\euralgia, Toothache, Faceacbe 43 9—Headache, Sick Headache, Vertigo.. .43 10— D y n pc pwi a. Indigestion, Weak Stomach,4a 11— Suppressed or Painful Periods 43 14—Whites, Too Prof use Periods 43 13— Group, Laryngitis. Hoarseness 43 14— tialt Rheum. Erysipelas, Eruptions.. .43 13—Rheumatism. Rheumatic Pains 43 16—Malaria, Chills, Fever and Ague 43 19—Catarrh. Influenza. Cold In the Head .45 46—Whooping-Cough 45 2T-KWney Diseases 45 4*-.\ervou* Debility 1.60 30—Urinary Weakness, Wetting Bed ‘55 77—Grip. Hay Fever 45 Dr. Humphreys’ Manual of all Disease* at your Druggists or Mailed Free. Sold by druggists, or sent on receipt c f price. Humphreys’ Med. Cos., Cor. William John Sts*. New York. Don’t Be Fooledi @Take the genuine, original ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Atade only by Madison Medi cine Cos., Madison, Wl. It keeps you well. Our trade mark cut on each package. Price, 35 cents. Never sold in bulk. Accept no substi- Ncoaeoiikrio tute. Ask your druggist. p M &*•* Absolutely Pure They are economical because they are the best in FLAVOR, PURITY AND STRENGTH. i>o not use cheap an<l inferior extracts made from poisonous substitutes. A. J. HILBERT & CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS. i— FOR SALE BY An Improvement T ° H N E Popular Morris Chair. Wf- The chea P est full length reclin >nK c h*ir tn the mark.-f. For \ beauty, comfort, and durability it JESESHV / /' \ cannot be rivaled. Nine different r Ef~ '' / .- " A positions can be obtained, afford || J TywßTxS mg rest to ali parts of the body, i tf The chair is not suggestive of an invalid’s chair, yet. Tor this pur pose, it is not surpassed. The 1 chair may be opened or closed, y 1® with perfect ease, no complica- VL.v -’. open tions. When chair is closed, an ordinary Morris chair is presented. Reversible cushions,in the best grade of velour, filleo with all goat hair. Chair may be of quartered oak, imita tion mahogany, hand carved, best piano polish finish. Chair for sale by all large dealers. Write for booklet and prices. THE AMERICAN CHAIR MFG. CO., Halted, Pa. I 1 J*- ~~ K /f/ hfllA' (/M Jflo I &0- * j ssstam PMHt< FOR DIARRHOEAtDYSTNTERV.BOWEL COMPLAINT ETC. r-UNDURANCn OSED BYOUR army & navy V king of all liver medicine QUININI: & IRON CORDIAL. rH^ Bt6 p T f^ t R know, TON| C " MAkEi'^gg^s^P*ffT*K,- Compound Extr.Bucho. for all kidney diseases AnTI-BIUOUS flc WORM POWDERS, esst E KNOWN, (AGUE & FtVfcg, MIXTURE, '""".wt > tr c EXPECTORANT SYRUP, forcouchs.asthma bfioMckitis eTo. money *EriM O c 0 TO F* all DRUGGISTS. ' C. G. MMLEY & CO. —dealers in Confectionery, Tobacco, Cigars, Stationery, Patent Medicines, Notions, etc. Post-Office Building, WABENO, WI3. SUBSCRIBE FOR The Advertiser, OFFICIAL PAPER OF FOREST COUNTY. Subscription. $1.50 per Year In Advance. A HkHE PATTERN i.er (v.v-i selection) to every ut>jicribr. Beautiful col or*d nuvjgraphed plates and tliuatratlons Original, latest, arUntie. exquisite and strictly up-to-date designs. MS CALLS, MAGAZINE 1 Dressmaking economics, fancy work, household hints, short stories, current topics, etc Subscribe to day. Only 5Gc. yearly. Lady agents wanted. Send for terms. For ladles, mlsea, girls and little children. That cel* tain stylish ‘ chic” effect not attained by thsuse of any ot’oe- patterns Have no equal for style and perfect fit. MS CALLi •*v-\ SAZARa I v&TTERNS* F-vmly put together Only |( ami 16 cnntn each—none hold iu nearly *‘' **rv •'itv ard town nr ty rrmi* 4k for them Abs’-la*-l v very latent up fo-dat styles TIIE M.( \ 1.1. < :WPANY, 'M.IIII ffl| fllh . ... (Il ’ r “ i&£Sßl Ffetx Why try to stick £iv;><Wjsjjfcy things with some- S I '‘l Stick' to MAJOR’S ' CEMENT. |4,,y once, MAJOR S and MAJOR’S LEATHER. ; Iwo tK'parotu cements the best. Insist on having thorn KSTAHI ISHKD 1876. 15 tin I 25 cent* |*c r bottle nt all dnigglsta. MAJOR CEMENT CO., NEW YORK CITY. DATCMTQ TRA D 0 E E S . MARKS TAI til I O and o c bK g o hts ■ ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY 1 Notice m “ Inventive Age " Ba K■■ fc • Book “How to obtain PatonU’’ | |sUmßm ’ ('hargrt moderate. No fee till patent is secured. Letters strictly confidential. Address, E. G. SIGGERS. Patent Lawyer. Washington, D C. Northern Wisconsin AdverTfear. EfiWnd it tb* Pott Offlc in W.lmm, Vh. 4 mail matter. FablUktd arerj Thnradajr at Wataaa rrt County, WU. c cmoiAi. a. HiMLtr. and Proprietor Snhecriptiontl .SO per rear iaadraaM. Iw ,le eopir, free The two hot weeks just passed were the hardest on railway men of any similar time that the old hands can re member. It was especially hard on the firemen, and a number were so overcome by the heat that they were obliged to lay off. Asa consequence the roads took on firemen at a great rate. All of the men who went down were firing the big engines and most of them on the long double runs. The man on the lighter engines did not feel the heat so great, as the small engines give a bet ter chance for ventilation, the tanks not setting so close to the cabs nor be in so high, and the work is not so hard, neither is there so much motion. The cylinders of the big machines, especial ly on the compounds, are set so far out on the frames that the working of the drive rods gives the engines a peculiar swaying motion and that has contrib uted to the wearing out of the firemen. The enineer has not had so hard a tim of it as he has not had the same physi cal strain, although his mental strain is vastly greater. rso^ ■— PEOPLE OF PROMINENCE. Mrs. Elizabeth White Stone, wife of Governor William A. Stone of Penn sylvania, Is probably the most lavish entertainer of any of the mistresses of the keystone states executive man sion. Accustomed to the gay social life of Washington, where she lived during the congressional incumbency of her husband, when she moved to Harrisburg she naturally became the acknowledged leader of official so ciety. Mrs. Stone Is a native of Wells boro, Tioga county, Pa., which is also the birthplace of her husband. She was a daughter of Judge J. N. White, a prominent jurist of eastern Penn sylvania. She is the governors sec ond wife, and was married to Mr. Stone in 1878. Mrs. Stone Is the mother of four interesting children— Jean, Margaret, Isabel, and John. Jean was one of the bridemalds at the wedding of her brother, Stephen Stone, severl months go to Miss Ida McCandless. Mrs. Stone is a member of several womens clubs and an en thusiastic music patron. Tor •AND 1 .154. Charles F. Lummis of Los Angeles, author, editor and accom plished man of letters generally, is a warm personal friend of President Diaz of our sister republic. Ho has given us a spirited, entertaining and truthful insight Into that picturesque country to the southwest in his Awak ening of a Nation which might serve as a text-book on Mexico. But it is for his studies of the Pueblo Indians that the Californian is most widely known. In the Land of Poco Tiempo, The Spanish Pioneers and Strange Corners of Our Country Mr. Lummis has added astly to the literature of Americana in the southwest. He has lived among the Pueblos, he is their blood brother, they count him as their dearest frienn. and his children have been given In dian names. Witness Turbese, the eld est. whose nurse was a Pueblo woman and whose playmates were young Pueblos. At Isleta, N. Mex., where Mr. Lummis and his little daughter spent a few days, a grand dance was given In honor of Turbese, who dressed In full Indian costume. That was an occasion the young girl will remember for years. MADISON GIRL HONORED. Miss Jackson Likely to Be Appointed Factory Inspector. Miss Ida May Jackson, a bright newspaper woman of Milwaukee, form erly of Madison, was in the city yes terday. It Is altogether likely that sho will be appointed as state factory in spector under the new law passed at the last session of the leislature, pro viding that one woman shall be en gaged in this work The understand ing is that this place has been offered to Miss Jackson and that she has ac cepted the tender. The making of the appointment is delayed by the illness of Gov. La Follette. There have been a number of applicants for the place, the salary of which is SI,OOO a year and expenses in traveling. The posi tion has been offered to Miss Jackson frequently since the law was passed, i but until a few days ago she steadily refused it. Now she has resigned her I position on the Milwaukee Sentinel aud is preparing to assume her new | work for the state. Miss Jackson has . been engaged in newspaper work tn Milwaukee for tee past twelve years. It is understood >iiwt in connection with her new work she will contribute articles upon economics to the Milwau kee Free Press, a paper which is con ducted by her old associates upon the | Sentinel. Miss Jackson will be the first woman in this state to take up official work or this kind. Miss Jackson was born in St. Ixmia. She lived in Madison for,many years, her grandfather, H. H. Tenney, being ON THE RAIL. the oldest editor in the state, and one of the oldest settlers, he having lived in Wisconsin for sixty years. Her father was Col. C. H. Jackson, who was in command of the Bth Wisconsin regiment in the civil war. Business men who lack the vim, snap and vigor they once had, should use HERBINE, it will purify the blood, strengthen and invigorate the system. Price, 50 cents. For sale at Postofflce store. Gov. Savage of Nebraska says that do blood shall be shed at the bull fight. !n South Omaha. Those who livo 00 farms are especially liable to many accidental cuts, burns and bruises which heal rapidly when BALLARD’S SNOW LINIMENT is appplied. Price, 25 and 50 cents. For sale at Post office store. Capt. George C. Whitcomb of Min neapolis, a well-known Minnesota pioneer, died. HERBINE clears the complexion, gives buoyancy to the mind, cures headache, regulates the stomach and bowels, stimulates the liver, and is, in fact, a perfect guardian of the health. Price, 50 cents. For sale at Postoffice store. Agricultural products valued at $420,- 139,288 were imported into the United States in 1900. There is no longer an excuse for anyone to endure the torture inflicted by piles when TABLER’S BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT will cure them, a remedy so moderate in price and so effective. Price, o 0 cents in bottles. Tubes, 75 cents. For sale at Postoffice store. Officials of the St. Paul declare that there Is tto deal on looking to the con trol of the road. Children often cry, not from pain, but from hunger, although fed abundantly. The trouble arises from inanition; their food is not assimilated, but devoured, by worms. A few doses of WHITE’S CREAM VERMIFUGE will destroy the worms, when the children will' begin to thrive at once. Price, 25 cents. For sale at Post office store. The body of the Chicago boy who was thought to have been kidnapped is found in the lake. If the stomach, livei and bowels fail to perform their functions regularly and naturally, the blood becomes con taminated with impurities, and the whole system is in consequence de bilitated. HERBINE is remarkable for its efficacy In curing the ailments of summer, and the disorders pre valent during hot weather. Price, 50 cents. For sale at Postofflce store. A Minneapolis judge appointed a re ceiver for the American Mining and Investment company. DO YOU WANT TO Save Money? Send in your name and address and get our Catalogue of all kinds of Merchan dise at prices defying competition. Fully illustrated catalogue sent on receipt of 10c for postage. KAHN. GREEN & BERGER, 257 to 201 Dearborn Street, Chicago, 111. Catalogue mulled during duly. 50 YEARS’ r EXPERIENCE Patents r Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Ac. Anyone sending a sketch and description mas quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention is probably patentable. Communica tionsstrictly confidential. Handbook on Pat ents sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through Munn & Cos. receive tprrial notiee % without charge, in the Scientific American. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. largest cir culation of any scientific Journal. Terms. 83 a year; four months, fl. Sold by all newsdealers. MUNN & Cos. 36,8 r New York Branch Office. G 25 F 8t„ Washington, D. C. BUY THE SEWING MACHINE Do not be deceived by those who ad vertise a $60.00 Sewing Machine for $20.00. This kind of a machine can be bought from us or any of our dealers from f 15.00 to SIB.OO. WE MAKE A VARIETY. THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST. The Feed determines the strength or weakness of Sewing Machines. The Ikon hie Feel combined with other strong points makes the Xew Home the best Sewing Machine to buy. Write tn CIRCULARS ESSS wo iiunuf*eUmund prices before pure b.ising THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO. ORANGE. MAS* 2S In ion Sq. N. Y., Chicago, 111., Atlanta, Oa., 8t- Louis, Mu., ttAll**,Tx.,San Francisco, Cat FOR SALE BY Conradin Jecklin & Cos, i am a farmer loe.m-ii near Stony Brook, one oft e most malarious districts in this State, and was bothered with malaria for years, at times so I could not work, and was always very constipated as welt. For years I had malaria so bad in the spring, when engaged in plowing, that I could do nothing but shake. I must have taken about a barrel 01 quinine pills besides dozens of other remedies, but never obtained any permanent benefit. Last fall, in peach time, I had a most serious attack of chills and then o mmenced to take Ripans Tabules, upon a friend’s advice, and the first box made me all right and 1 have never been without them since. 1 lake one Tabule each morning and night and sometimes when 1 feel more than usually exhausted 1 take three in a day. They have kept rry stomach sweet, mv bowels regular and I have not had the least touch of malaria nor splitting headache since 1 commenced using them. 1 know also that l sleep better and wake up more refreshed than iomierly. I don’t know how many complaints Ripans Tabules will help, but I do know thev will cure any one in the condition I was and 1 would not be without them at any price. I aonestly consider them the cheapest-priced medicine in the world, as they ar* also the most beneficial and the most convenient to take. Ia n twenty-seven years of age and have worked hard all my life, the same as most farmers, both early and late and in all kinds of weather, and ! have never enjoyed such good health as I have since last fall; in fact, my neighbors have all remarked my improved condition and have said, “ Say, John, what art you doing to lo>>s so healthy ? ” v V vN TED.-A case of bad health that aIP A NS will tv * 1* held. They banish uu.iwuid prolong lif®. One gives nllef. Note the wort! K I F'A*N*B on i fc; ge and accept no substitute. RrP’A'N'*, • i •rsr*entsor twelve packets for 48 cents, mayhehtvi i any drug itorß Teu samples and one thou •sun testimonials will be mailed to any address for 5 cents, forwarded to the Kipans Chemical Cos., ij bpruce felt., Neir York. HIGGLE BOOKS S? A Farm Library of unequalled value—Practical, q—-- Up-to-date, Concise and Comprehensive—Hand w somely Printed and Beautifully Illustrated. 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