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. , t.ack l pain 'n t10
r,,01 t " 10
iJ. in B' hn need of a spe
cial rcmodr to re
lieve and euro Hie
congestion or In
flammatlon of tho
kidneys that l In
terfcrlnc with their
work and causing
that pain that
inakca you aay:
Oh, tnj bock."
nurse, 420 N. :3d
8t , rarsons, Kana.,
. - T iimn I waa an.
l h lvp twinges across tho
cf u Kidney secretions. 8lnce
jlLns K,JnC3r I,,,U 1 8m ,rC
tea thf:o tMiblea."
fcj trail dealers, SO eents a box.
l,rM.AJW Co, Iluffalo, N. Y.
PB05AIC CNDINO OF DREAM,
Mrtrth.le... Editor n.lU.. It Por-
n, irtaa of an unknown Kansaa
i-, wis drrsaed In Breen. and a ser-
J; it i-j it.ia " l,h rPd cjrr
- A tsr am. Her hair waa very
lana'lcPie Jlrr eyes, black and
51, W3eJ to Mh roo nro"h.
ITi' t- J r hand In hers and
K .. Ill r ai.fin1v "
If j drain win '
,l'w"nt bo a railroad collision or a
kc'tl fre we Inquired.
car--t sar" she said, "but It will
Ut t n as to be painless."
j-t t-ca e awoke, because aome
kc'V was'r-nchlns us In tho ribs and
-j -Cct on your sldo of tho
kd tzi 1st me have my share of tho
't t wo tT8 hn thinking about It
1C j e belle te somebody Is go
fcftnT M subscription In advance.
-Kirusl y Journal.
PLEASANT FOR DAUBER. -
En renter (to Dauber. A. N. A.)
-13.-3, bcl It's great to meet up vli
tea cf in pcrfesh out hero tn d
A c?raji small boy or six la rapid-!rt!-
- jj- rtanly ways. Not long ago
i'j r-.-.n at school planned an en-lri.-ct
There were to bo lltlls
k-zi vti recl'atlons and a mysto
t!c:s rib-bag Tho small boy waxed
tonzt-.r c;r.cernlnc the coming glo
tits cf th!a show, and more especially
tit ran ho would take.
Ca 'le ciT'ng of tho entertainment
t' crhtr tuKsested that ho should
lUt h:s I U sister, acod four, with
He hung his bead,
ft-a't 3: j want to take horr hit
N;. I den t," ho answorcd.
eA:J hr not"
Ttre;'y camo quickly.
"'Cassf there ain't nono of th other
Kin hu to bring their children."
Bc'y ruhe d out to meet hla fathci
at t -rr night a he waa ri'turnini
3, :rk ,nJ Mili breathlessly:
Oh. rra, I won't hato to study
Mary to hsrd at school any mora"
Ni w Hetty had been doing fat
Irta t ' and his father was pleased
ar cf the new Interest, hoplnf
m b!fr thlnss,
Jiw i that, mjr gonr. gaj he
Uoutkttwr tllClt clM-" Th'
Advles of Family Physician.
,yiT lwpl 'bought meat nco
,,"7 'or "rength and muscular
The mJn .ho workcJ hanJ wm
d to require mcat two or thrM
Kl5"r 8clc,iC0 ha foun1 ou
rVhnw,tt .comD,ou th,n f0- a fan
tt. few " 0 ori)cr le" . a
?lnK ,et,t'f 'nun a N. Y. man.
rwa?MUircred ,or carB w,lh JJ"1-
S d me,1VoVOcUatnC,"' Mh'lc"'
'-y f.. Cal ,c" ,noat and
tteis f ?.V:caf re,,r 1 trled
hfi-if tlb0 I,,aco of n U8UaJ
S S ,fIe1 P0ta,0C' otc
KQt, tL rtllet UQt I tried arapo-
falnariof. uraP-N"t for tho
'ancw "tmj;e'fartwo years,
;W00 t0ffhhefal'h fa,-ra than tko
before. th ot m"Hclno I had taken
AS'ha'J4! Ch"d.rCn nro hcallr
Mery h C.Cn for year. nrul we
tt5?hB,?, much bCMbulX
rot ? ; 1 'at U Wou!( un-M'-h
rtpi ?tun c" tlle
. ' r.d L Pero a Hiwn.
"''"I. "d full of fcunJIi
OCCCSCOO I PREVENTINQ PAINT TROUBLES.
rrm SUIaw'i OtttorU, "CKrlAlUm."!
Tllm wMt the gaftti Jwr ht $4eer
Co tread In HU royal wavi
Mt rut (omt from abovti In bit
rowir and Uvc
Co die tn thli Paulen day.
fill troit H the itun ot a love divine.
Mil crown It the thora-wrtaih
Mc btan fill load tn the lorrowful
Jlndb(ndi'iiib the burden !jw.
Row tmu It tht aracf of Mil lacrtd
Jlnd leoilff fcivond rmrir
Cbotuh weary and wcra, with ibt
Of S Bierld Kt hj mmt in ti.nn
Cb( burden ot wrong ibat tarib
Pill toll, sad fell Ik K.
M tint of man tlnct ibt world
Cbey have laid, dear Cord, on Che.
Chen on to (be end, my God and my
Ullih tnv banntr IltfM MaM
Cbou art come trom above, In Cby
power ana icce
Co endure aid tutfer and diet
I the I I
.V TIIK dim childhood
of tho human race,
man, not woman, waa
mndo tho central 11k
lire, It appear, of
much that celebrated
tho triumphs of llfo
over death, the conquests of mankind
over tho foes that beset and menaced
the highest but not the strongest of
tho animals. Fatherhood was honored
mora than motherhood. In homo parts
of the crude, younR world, and the pa
triarchal head of tho family qulto
eclipsed his mate or mates In such dis
tinction as camo from obcdlenco to
the Injunction to "be fruitful and mul
tiply and replenish tho earth"
It la different now. In this singe of
tho world's development the festival
of tho renewing and reawakening of
llfo la mainly feminine, notwithstand
ing the fact that It celebrates tho res
uerrectlon of tho Son of Man.
Women, not men, mako of Easter the
great spectacle and dny of rejoicing
which It has become In nearly all parts
ot the Christian world. Women pre
dominate In tho churches. Women
give tho Kaster streets their glow ot
color and wraith of charm.
Tho world understands now, If It
did not long ago, that woman Is tho
high priestess of the tcmplo of life.
Bhe Is the mother, thu nurse, tho
guardian angol of childhood. She la
tho teacher, tho comforter, tho homo
builder. Sho takea few- Uvea and saves
many. Sho risks her own llfo that
others may live. Woman earns her
primacy In tho great festival of tho
year's now birth.
In tho realm' ot the spirit, also,
woman la tho priestess of life. Sho la
the embodiment. In a higher degreo
than man, ot tho hopo of tho rnce, the
buoyancy And faith of the soul, tho op
timism ot trust In the reign of good
and tho triumph of llfo over death.
Sho has more of the resurrection
spirit than man.
It Is for this reason, qulto as much
as becauso of woman's grace nnd
charm and song and hughtcr, that
she fits so pre-eminently the Kaster
environment Sho hna tho spirit and
mental outlook of spring. She re
Mionds more sensitively and Joyously
than man to tho re-awakening of llfo
on tho earth, tho bursting ot buds, tho
unfolding of llttlo leaves, tho quicken
ing of forest and orchard, fluid and
It Is easier for woman to bcllevo
than for man, easier for her to feel
and thrill to tho appeal of tho resur
rection. Sho outers mora Intensely
than man Into the very heart and
soul of the Kaster story. And the
spirit that accepts most unreservedly
and gladly Kaster'a religious nnd his
toric moaning Is tho spirit which Is
best attuned to tho Bprlngy glory of
Tho difference Is clearly marked
early In llfo. Kaster la far moro to tho
girl than to tho boy. Tho formor, not
the luttur, finds that tho day nppcals
to hor strongly before she understands
much of Its significance. Tho boy's
Interest Is narrower, less curtain, less
hearty, lie Is out of touch with much
that his sUter feels In tho Kastor core
monies and tho Kaster customs,
From Inraucy to old ago, therefore,
tho spring festival Is distinctively a
woman's festival. It Is fumlnlno In
outward beauty and charm. It Is femi
nine, also, In tho Inner graco of the
heart that feels and the spirit thut be
Uoves In tho reign of good and tho un
ending triumphs ot llfo over death,
tho cradlo over tho grave, tho new
over tho old, Ilia soul over tho mortal
It's cm enough to recognise th
symptoms ot poor paint, after It has
been on awhile after Its' Inherent
tendency to crack and peel and scale
and blister, etc, has, developed Into
troublo, You know tticso paint "dis
eases" usually Indlcato adulteration
or substitution In tho paint materials.
And you know tho only remedy is re
painting. A llttlo knowlcdgo ot paint and
painting requirements, and how to
mado sure of tho purity and quality
of materials, would prevent nil trou
ble, and savo tho big extra expense of
re-palntlng; Just as a proper knowl
edge ot slmplo health-laws, and ob
sorvanco ot them, proventa sickness,
A coraplcto painting guide, Includ
ing a book of color schemes, specifi
cations for all kinds of painting work,
and an Instrument for detecting adul
teration In paint materials, with di
rections for using It, can bo had frco
by writing National Lead Co., 1802
Trinity Hide, Now York, nnd asking
for Itouseowner'a Painting Outfit
No. 40. '
A Tory slmplo guldo - In tho pur
chase of whlto lead (tho only stiro
and safo paint material) la tho fa
mous "Dutch Hoy Painter" trademark;
that trademark Is an absolute guaran
tee of purity and quality.
llutler Pardon this Interruption,
but thero Is a deputation ot unem
ployed waiting for you at tbo door.
His Excellency Toll tho peoplo to
go homo quietly. (Drains a glass ot.
cbampagno.) Peoplo In this world can
got on very well without work at
least I Cnd It so.
COVERED WITH HIVES.
Child a Mass of Dreadful Sore, Itch-'
ing, Irritating Humor for 2 Months
Little Sufferer In Terrible Plight.
Disease Cured by Cutlcura.
"My six year old daughtor had tho
dreadful dlscaso called hives for two
months. Sho becamo affected by play
ing with children who had It, By
scratching sho caused largo sores
which wcro Irritating. Her body was
a complcto soro but It wns worse on
her arms nnd back. We employed a
physician who left mcdlclno but it did
cot help her and I tried several reme
dies but without avail. Seeing tho
Cutlcura, Remedies advertised, I
thought I would try them. I gavo her
a hot bath dally with Cutlcura Soap
and anointed her body with Cutlcura
Ointment. Tho first treatment re
lieved tho Itching and In a short tlmo
tbo dtseaso disappeared. Mrs. George
L. Frldhoff, Wnrron, Mich., Juno 30
nnd July 13, 1908."
PolUr Vng a Cbtm. Oorp BoU Inpi Boston.
Other Men's Wives.
"What a pretty party this Is," sho
said, as sho looked around tho beauti
ful room at tho pretty women sitting
on tho long divans ngalnst tho wall.
"And these aro your wives? Aren't
they swcetT Isn't It lovely!"
"Yes," ho admitted, "but you ought
to havo been at our party last month
when we had a lot of other fellows
wives. U was a whole lot lovelier."
Dcware of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contain Mercury,
u mrrrurr wfil furejr dtrr lh wiim ot fma
a4 coapwlr drranf lh wbol intern bM
BUflnr It tbroutb lb nuooul turltm. Suctl
ftnkW tuiul4 brrrr tm turd tterpl on pmrnp-
uoat rrora rrpuiADia pnruci&n u im umm wy
wui d to un fufcl to Um rood you iu pnMibir 4
rlr trom Urn. lUU'a Cfcurrti Cure. nutnurctuml
tr P. J, Ctoftry a Cb Totalot O.. ronukit no mtt
curf. M M Ukco lntfroI:y. iftlnf dlirrtrr upoo
Ilia blood ind nurout aurfAcr ot lb intern, la
buytnc JUU'i Ciurrn Cur t tun jrou ftt tt
S-auio. II to Uken InterokUr ftnd tnidi tn ToltUH
bio. br r. 1. Cbfr A Co. Trauraonuii trr.
KUd br Druituu. I'rta. lie. prr bottl.
TU UUl'i runllr 11IU tor couuptuoa.
Footrest for Invalid.
In making a gift tor an elderly per
son or Invalid the comfort ot a foot
stool or tcotrest should not bo over
looked. A carpet remnant Is excellent
for this purpose, or the sound parts
ot a wornout rug or carpet may be
For Headache Try Hicks' Capudlne.
Whether from Colds, Heat, Stomach or
Nrrvous troubles, the aches are irdlljr
relieved by Capudlne. It's IJquld-pleai-ant
to take Krrecti Immediately, 10, 3
and Wo at Drus Btorcs.
Whon a woman goes away on a visit
for a few days, never ask her wby sho
takes so many1 clothes with her, for
bow clso could sho show her friends
that she haa them?
A gruteful tnuti nuver has to look
Into his pocket book to seo how much
ho hna to bo (hunktul for
Thousands of country people know that
In time of sudden mUhap or accident
Hamlin! Wizard Uil is the lest lulutl
tute for the family doctor. That is wby
it is so often found upou the ahelf.
One of the Important Duties of Physicians and
the WeU-Informed of the World
Is to learn ( ns to the relative standing and reliability of the leading manufactur
ers of mcdicinat agents, hs the most eminent physicians are the most careful as to
tho uniform quality and perfect purity of remedies prescribed by them, and it is well
known to physicians and the Well-informed generally that the California Fig Syrup
Co., by reason of its correct methods and perfect equipment and the ethical character of
its product, has nttaincd to the high standing in scientific and commercial circles which
is accorded to successful and reliable houses only, nnd, therefore, that the namo of the
Company has become a guarantee of the excellence bf Its remedy.
TRUTH AND QUALITY
appeal to tliei Well-Informed in every walk of life and are essential to permanent suc
cess and creditable standing, therefore we wish to call tho attention of nil who would
enjoy good health, with its blessings, to the fact that it involves the question of right
living with all tho term implies. With proper knowledge of what is best each hour
of recreation, of enjoyment, of contemplation and of effort may be made to contribute
to that end nnd tho use of medicines dispensed with generally to great advantage, but
as in many instances a simple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable if taken at the
proper time, the California. Fig Syrup Co. feels that it is alike important to present
truthfully the subject nnd to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which has won
the nppov.il of physicians and the world-wide acceptance of the Well-Informed, because
of tho excellence of the combination, known to all, and the original method of manufac
ture, which is known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only.
Thi3 valuable remedy has been long and favorably known under the name of
Syrup of Figs and has attained to world-wide acceptance as the most excellent of
family laxatives, nnd as its pure laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are well
known to physicians nnd the Well-informed of the world to be the best of natural
laxatives, we have adopted the mOre elaborate name of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of
Senna as more fully descriptive of the remedy, but doubtless it will always be
called for by the shorter name of Syrup of Figs and to get its beneficial effeefs always
note, when purchasing, the full name. of the Company California Fig Syrup Co.
plainly printed on the front of every package, whether you simply call for Syrup of
Figs or by the full name Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna as Syrup of Figs and
Elixir of Senna is the one laxative remedy manufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. and the same heretofore known by the name Syrup of Figs -which has given
satisfaction to millions. The genuine is for sale by nil leading druggists throughout
the United States, in original packages of one size only, the regular price of which
is fifty cents per bottle.
Every bottle is sold under the general guarantee of the Company, filed with the
Secretary of Agriculture, at Washington, D. C., that the remedy is not adulterated or
misbranded within the meaning of the Food and Drugs Act, June 30th, 1906.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
San Francisco, Cal.
U S. A.
New York, N. Y.
"Hero comes my llttlo Lily!" ex
Claimed a doting; mother to a roomful
of guests, "I have nurslo take her for
a walk In tho park every afternoon,
and you have no Idea how rapidly It
Is developing her senso of the aesthet
ic tho beautiful! Come here, my dar
ling;. Tell us what you remember best
about your walk In the park to-day."
Lily's breath came hard. Sho paused
a moment, then answered in a shrill,
"Oh, mamma, the bears smelt aw-
Took tt Personally.
An author encased a young lady
typewriter to tako down his new novel
from dictation. At the passage: "Oh!
my adorable angel, accept tho confes
sion from my Hps that I cannot exist
without you! Mako me happy; come
and sbaro my lot and be mlno until
death do us parti" his fair secretary
paused and ingenuously Inquired: "Is
that to go down with the rest?"
It is what it Is "cracked up to be," if
It la Ice.
in the purchase of
It is an absolute
guarantee ot 1
ity and quality.
For your own
that It is on the side of
every kfg of white lead
1M2 Triiltf taHdlac In In
BBBJBBJBJ Abiolutel) Pure. No Weeds
Ei. Cot. Hoard ot Witcontln. from Jo acres
town 10 Salter's toth Ctntury Alfalfa, bar
relled within s weeks after seeding flKO oo
worth ot magnificent har. or at the rate of
over SM.M pr acre, hlff el ratalotf fri or,
Mod IOO tn etampa for Mmple of tbu atfelfa
fclo tuition Dotur tinea, Oau, WhMt, Barter, ete.,
ell7 worth SIO.OO or man'! money to get
tartwlth. Or.Mtul l4o andwe 4d a ammole
Una aeed borcltj never Men before by yon,
SAUER SEED CO.. Boi W. La Crosse. Wis.
"I have suffered with piles for thirty
six years. One year ago last April I be
gan taking Cascarets for constipation. 1st
the course of a week I noticed the pile
began to disappear and at the end of sis
weeks they did not trouble me at all.
Cascarets have done wonders for me. X
am entirely cured and feel like a new
man." George Kryder, Napoleon, O.
Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good.
Do Good. Never Slcken.Weaken or Gripe.
lOc.ZSc, SOc Never sold In bulk. Tn Ben
nine tablet stamped C C C. Guaranteed to
cure or your mossy back. S3
New Book on
FREE TO ALL
100 pare, cloth bound tnedlcaJ boo
on eoosarapUoo. TtlU la plain
itnpli Ituiruu now coDtumpttoa
ru b cured in your own faomo.
Writ tod. Tbo Dock la nten
YOMKERMAN CO. w
ft to Wfttor of. kiltauNs BMav
to tbo lroan.
A. N. K. F (190913) 2275.
Want a Telephone?
If you do you can get it. If you art! anxious to get into closer
touch with your friends, with the family doctor, with the store, with tho
post office, or with the cotton buyer, you can do it with a telephone
at hand. If you want to make the farm a more livable place, if you
want to protect your home, you can do it by installing a telephone.
If you will cut out this advertisement, write your name and
address on the margin and mall it to-day to our nearest house,
we will end you at once a copy of our Free Bulletin No. 107 osa
"How lo Build Rural Telephone lines"
This Bulletin explains clearly how a rural telephone system is built
and operated, and it also contains full information as to costs.
In a Farmer's Mutual Company a few day's labor and a casta
Investment ot about S2S. per subscriber, will purchase all material
and build an absolutely standard system.
A Rural Telephone Is an Investment, not an expense. The
telephone which enables you to sell ten bales of cotton at cent per
nound more than the travclincr buver offers you, has paid for its en
tire cost. If you have some hay down all ready to go in, it is worth,
something to have a telephone with which to call on Neighbor Smith "for .a lift" before the storm breaks.
The Rural Telephone pays for Itself each year and we have brought the initial cost within the
reach of every farmer. Present prices arc especially favorable and thousands of Farmers' Mutual Com
panies are now organizing so as to build their lines this Spring. Write us to-day.
This Book Sent Free
AtltnU Ksiws Cttr
Pillu Saint Lewis
The world's oldest sad Urfett tele
pbone mnu!cwir. Titers are over
4,ouox Wei lent Electric Tllepnones
U use In the United States lo-Ur.
Ksrsl Tsleslsses a specialty
Nenbcra as4 Wcstira Oillcts
lie who Is false to duty breaks a
thread tn tho loom, and will find the
flaw when ho may havo forgotten the
causo. II. Ward Ilcechor,
"Urown'n llronchtal Trofhea" stvs relief '
In llronchlal and Luna; Troubles, A. aim ,
file remedy JS rents a tax. Hamnlr sent '
rco by John I. Urown A Bon, lluaton, Mass.
Tho asslstanco wo get is seldom sat 1
Isfactory. Tbo best way ia not to j
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES,
sT.eU. ... Iv.l.kt.. A la... mIam Ihaati SB M W ftikftp (t
MeofmUKwt iisairt. rVrlls lor Irss botUet-tU h) Ois. Bleach aaa Hit Colors.
0ns tOe pactat colors all then. The, drain cold wslerbettK thin snr other die. You east!
Mumnut. unuu 00., auinoy, iiimoi.
Where Tlmo Halts.
"There aro some people who nerer
get beyond a certain age," said the
brass-buttoned man at the railroad
gates. "Tho unmarried woman who
never gets beyond 25 and the child
who travels who uover reaches the
age ot five."
rink Eye. Eptsootl
& Catarrhal Fev
tiinnr. end tnalUre BrereaUr. as matter how ho nee et ear aee ere Infected ew
elMd.M IJ41H1L atren "o Uie towl t on the Blood and UUnJei eiljoe Ska
onous nnul troiu tU buOr. lir4 Uietwuper tn tk and tevt ttd tho
llry. UivMleelllallieetockreuedjrt Cure U flr1l;t aaiojif human
li i fine ktdner reaiwlr- toe and SI a bottle, M end 110 d.en. Oil thle out
ehowtoroiriirvHHt.whoiii(tlt(or;ott. in Booaiet, "Dlatewvwr,
SPOHN MEDICAL CO..
Chamlile and PflCUCU IUn DCS
BaCUrioloaiata OUOnuil, inu, u. o. as.
Becauso of thou ugly, grizzly, gray hair Uas " LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. PRICE, SI.OO, retail.