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IT WILL BEAT ALL WM CON ERS. H|| Alumlatitu —Th* Action C«a«M the Hall to Ho* tirp»t Mpooil —Keol Pro- t' il. EN of an Incentive turn of tntnd haw for a lon* time en joyed a rare sub ject for experiment ation in the bicycle and many, weird and wondrous have been the creation*. Bicycles for the water a* well a* bi cycles for the land .*%--ijtV/kF into b«*iriK. and th« end tktf Hit le not yet reached. A.CC4MHMB> lug an UJuHtration of a 11 iV'titjftß n which ha* been in rented. c inutrueted by an Engll*h at«S. iß%o[c!alms that ft la auperlor ■ tvtiy Bjf* • to all water bicycle l * gim |p(||i To look at It you would r fffifci*. i 1 roll over at once So ip*. 1 It did not hare a *P the revolving hull. • la like a dear. It length, but In conae \nc+ «t '■&*•■ material of which U la machinery la mount afc&g|tfcy!indrl'a!!> Hhajw'd hull wheel, a gear caae for THE LATEST WATER BICYCLE. JjgMH&fr.r l»>* **-s*&< The mm tb*- which in •»> I« >• pretty hard to [onre under way scorch Zt t—By -pr v .. for &s£• st celebrated road in the Applan way. the It jfflflun or queen of roads. at the p*- Rome to Brun* i. tkm flj*. ern Brindisi, a dla - > aMtfmo miles. As this road 'gun itijKbe beginning of the i C.. says Pearson's Weekly, ami formed the great highway from Rome to the south for several centuries. It must therefore have been connected with, and often have been, the scene of moat of the great events of the Roman empire, which for a long period would deserve to be called the great events of the world. It would have witnessed the departure of the armies which set forth to conquer the domains of Alexander and the Phar aohs. Julius Caeaar passed along It to the first Alexandrine war. which was to result In his own temporary con quest by the charms of Cleopatra, loiter on Marc Antony traversed it to lose the world for the same woman. It witnessed, too. the triumphs of the returning generals who had led the legions of Rome to the conquest of half the known world, and over Its well worn pavements the unhappy Zenobla. perhaps the most pathetic figure In history, was led to grace the triumph of her conqueror. Aurelian. But the pageants of which the Applan way has been the scene might be multiplied al most Indefinitely and It Is certain that there la no road In the ancient or mod ern world to compare with it In this reapect. Mt*p Oft th* Trml9. Passengers are to have an opportun ity to board and leave trains which are In motion at the Paris exposition of 1900 by means of a new system de vised by a French civil engineer. The Idea was suggested by the moving side walk of the world's fair. The outer cir cumference of a circular platform Is to travel at the same rate of speed as the passing train. There will be no dan a staircase in the center, where th<* speed is comparatively low. la ad vancing toward the edge the increase ia gradtial and anticipated. The sta tion attendant overlooks the entire platform frotn a tower in the center, and should there he a heavy crowd he causes the train, by means of switches, to run around the station, allowing: ample time to discharge aud take on passengers. It Is proposed to work grains and platform at a speed of seven and one-half mile* on hour. Adversity overcome leaves in his vic tor's hands a great pair of strong wings with which to tty to greater heights. Pertinent Questions. V*.*V Why Will a Woman Throw Away Her Good —"""v Looks and Comfort? _—/ /"“l Ja\\7'7/7V Why will a woman drag out a ,7 /\v\\ //mA sickly, half-hearted existence and miss three-quarters of the V- jfc joy of living, when she has health almost within her grasp ? / /C ® Mhe <,oes not value her ood V> ~\H looks, does she not value her (I J \ Why. my sister, will you suf f , N \ V\ fer that dull pain in the small of \\ your back, those bearing-down, |/ ' \ \\ dragging sensations in the loins, \ \ fcpT that terrible fullness In the lower \ \B bowel, caused by constipation pro \ U \ ceeding from the womb lying over and \ || pressing on the rectum ? Do you know Q~s \ I that these are signs of displacement, and \ I that you will never be well while that \ « —J What a woman needs who is thus at- footed is to strengthen the ligaments so they will keep her organs in place. There U nothin* better for this purpose than Lydia E. Pinkhtun’s Vegetable Com pound. The (Treat volume of testimony which is constantly rolling in. proves that tiie Compound is constantly curing thousands of just such cases. The following letter from Mrs. Marlow is only one of many thousands which Mrs. Pinkham has received this year from those she has relieved-surely such testimony is convincing- , T ... _ Mv trouble commenced after the birth of my last child. I did not know what was the matter with me My husband went to our fami y physi cian and described my symptoms, and he said I had displacement and falling of the womb He sent me some medicine, but it did little good. I let it go on about two years, and every time I did any hard work my womb would come down Finally a lady friend advised me to try Lydia E. Pinkham s Vegetable Compound, which I did. The first bottle helped me so much. I con tinued to take it right along. My back was almost the same as no back. I could not lift scarcely any weight. My life was just a drag to me. To-day I am well of my womb troublo. and have a good, strong back, thanka to y rs pinkham s Vegetable Compound."—Mbs. L. Marlow, Milford, 111 $ 1000 00 Who will get it ? Schillings Best tea is not only pure but it is f because it is fresh-roasted. What is the missing word ? Get Schilling's Best tea at your grocer’s; take out the Yellow Ticket (there is one in every package); send it with your guess to address below before August 31st. One word allowed for every yellow ticket. If only one person finds the word, he gets one thousand dollars. If several find it. the money will be divided equally among them. Every one sending a yellow ticket will get a set of cardboard creeping babies at the end of the contest Those sending three or more in one envelope will receive a charming 1898 calendar, no advertisement on it. Besides this thousand dollars, we will pay $l5O each to the two persons who send in the largest number of yellow tickets in one envelope between June 15 and the end of the contest —August 31st. Cut this out. You won’t see it again for two weeks. Address: SCHILLING’S BEST TEA SAN FRANCISCO. § WRITE POR ** HELPFUL HINTS if A Catalogue of Drr Goods, Cloaks Clothing. Millinery. Roots and Shoes, ? Furniture, ‘Carpel.-, Curtains. Crockery, Glassware. Toys, i iXdla and General House-furnishing Goods. 3* IT COSTS YOU NOTHING I 3 AND WILL HELP YOU SAVE 'Many a dime this J 3 FALL AND WINTER. f ETTENSON, WOOLFE & CO.. Leavenworth. Kansas, fry VAfVWVWf a,,........ .