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'EM mKvi -r- t TXT When you buy a of Jhoos for your boy or girl, M Write the Data 1 In the lining, In ink. Clover Brand SHOES STAND EVERY TEST aot tho DICTIONARY That It PREC with ovory pair ot Wabstor'it front sxa 1 1 up. HE 13 Itlrrilirimrr (LArtOUT ST. OLD-WORLD ODDITIES. A Ulrmlnnliani (Kng ) until named llstcbolor Iiar Just married a youtiR lady named Wlddow, In I'nrln white liorseH nre employed for the funenili of children or young unmarried people, A IititrtI resteer nt l.elpetc, fiermnny, Jins built a. twu-ntary lionte entirely jf fork, and fitted It up for n slwp and baths. Tour burglar, arrested in the net by the Uuidun police the other night, were nil wearing Rlovos. In order not to leave linger prints behind them. A clock In the tower of the new Navnl college, nt Dartmouth, llngland, will mark the time as It Is kepi on board tdilp, MrlMhB eight, six. four bells, etc. A French road-inemlcr. on a rourt near the Little St. Hurunrd, who has :ived many traveler from denth In th tmow, bns leen made a knight of the Legion of Honor. For the last SO years there ha been employed at the Cherry Tree lnu, old Southgate. a blind hostler. He can tell regular customers by the sound of the trotting of their horses. An organ grinder Is perambulating the streets of London, having attached to his organ n placard stating that he Is n whlpthoug maker thrown out of work by the automobiles. Au Inhabitant of Farmoutlers. France, has loft a legacy sufficient to provide prlies of 2R francs each yearly for tho two most polite scholars male and female of the town. The winners are to bo elected by ballot of their school fellows. Fifteen Years on One Sermon, llwlll. the Welsh bard, ha Just fin ished to his satisfaction a sermon on which he lias been engaged for 15 years. Laplander not Infrequently cover 150 miles a day on their skules. RAISED FROM A DEATH-BED. Mr. Tittj, Once Pronounced Incurable, ' Has llcen Well Three Yeats. ' K. K. Pitts, V1 Hathaway St., Skovv begnu. Mr, hnvs: Seven years ago my back itched ami l was so run down that I was laid up , four mouths. I b.t'l night h wests , and fainting' spells and dropped to 90 pounds. Tbeuriue ' lased every few i minutes with lu tense pain aud looked like blood. Drops.y $t iu and thedoetcr!tteeided I etuld not live. My wife pxt me using Don"s Kidney Pills, and as they helped mo I took heart, kept on and wan cured so thor oughly that I've- leen vvrl three years." Sdd bv nil den ei v '.J tents H box. Foster Milburii Co , lUirtuiu-, N. Y. THE BEST COUGH CURE When offereO something else instead of Kemp's Balsam st-p and O.er ".V-i I sure to j;e: S" .:; .t .us j;ovd as t..is bcit i .r. !: r.ot sure, g-o4 n-., u Mth.-v' ;t r trfk.t-.i; I'-a-w-vs ;a .i .:t r !' . jr. iv o a ' c.t f.;r" v; n -V own or r. y fai. i'v s ! e.i':.i iv M bv .0'. v'- .vices a: ;tc. and oe. an Acre tt- thu rVi"3i3 i ! '!' to in ct frtott . ! . t wtwtt. The '. vn.ttt 1m.51.nnM tot mT el Kulird to .i.t io :n 1M ci lk Gtl Ciit, cu Umi tdjaMautft ttM is 10 J to clo t hB.i. ic tow. I Sra.l tot pFUt " CmMty ChwJ" 4 fU VIH.-1M irgaltfnf J., M I Ooiocaawat Atw C. J HBelCHTnV t J -1 Hi- , CURES fgoc. nnd 6I.OO.J Swine Disease siHog Cholera .vs IF YOUR DEALER SAYS"N0"J REFUSING YOU, Pair .YOUR MONEYS .WORTH - g'iuarlii Itnp (0a rlNtt SHOl kxclusivists LOUIS, u. a, A. THE BUMPER WHEAT YIELD OF CANADA. 100,000.000 Bushels of Wheat from -1,000,000 Acres of Land. In order to secure the attontlon of the reader to any special article that la brought before the public, It Is often the custom to lead the reader on by the Introduction of nu Interesting story until, by one bold Jump, ho Is introduced to the subject that It is desired shall b brought to his notice. This Is not fair to tho render, and it U not tho Intention to do that In thin article. U will discuss in tho briefest way "Western Canada" and its possibilities for settlement. For the past sU or seven years the Gov ernment of tho Dominion of Canada has talked of the resources of West ern Cnnadn to the renders of this and thousands of other papers throughout tho Vnlted States. The quality 0f the soil was spoken of. Uie largo nren of fertile lands was discussed, the pos sibilities of the country ns a grain growing district were talked of. and the story of the success of farmers from tho United States was told. Tho story Is not yet an old one. The two hundred thousands from tho United States, who have made Western Can ada their home, who have taken advan tage of the 160 acres of laud that tho Government gives free to actual set tlers are telling tbi story to-day to their friends. They have proven tho statements made through these col umns, and by the Government Agents. They have produced from their land twenty, thirty, forty and more bush els of wheat to the acre, and netted profits ranging from three to ten and more dollars on every acre tilled. They have found tho climate fully ns good as they were told It would be. schools were convenient and easily or ganited. railways were not far dis tant, and markets close nt hand. The social conditions wero such as they chose to make them, and law and order wero observed. Many of them bought land, because It was low-priced and good, and hundreds of cases could be cited where the purehaso price of the land was paid out of the first crop. The writer knows of cases this year where tire farmer, as a result of tho yield on his farm, was put in a posi tion that would enable him to lncrese his holdings three extra acres for every acre cropped and pay cash for it. Is it nay wonder that auo grows enthusiastic when snenklns about Western Canada. But what may he said of this year? We are mow In a position to speak re parilnit It. The conditions throughout Manitoba and the new provinces of Al berta and Saskatchewan have been re markably favorable. Hud conditions been no better than in past years there would have been every cause for 1 eugratulation. We find, though, all previous records broken, and that from a four million ai're crop of wheat there lll be one hundred million bushels ef a yield or 25 bushels to the acre. Could anything better be desired? Covering the entire country U same -p'.rndid reports are twins received. Tlse following dispatch was sent by Mr F W. Thompson, Vic President of the Ogllvie .Milling Co, one of the most careful grain men la Amerlea: "Have jut returned front covering several hundred miles of the crop d'i'rirt I never saw anything like it in this countrv before. The average -.ehl and quality far exceeds our ear'.ier expectations. It is an immense rvp TVe weatner is extremely ft irable" t'p to three weeks agf It w-w Mr Thonvp)ti s opinion that the .-ro-i would not reach general expect- V W Thompson sends toother tele itrsm from Winnipeg to-night, saying t 't his estimate of the wheat crop - now one htiadred atllllou bosheN I':ore be went tveet be thought it would fan considerably short ot that nVire. The moral of this story Is that there should he no hesitation In taaMttg s decision if you wish to better yovt condition, or, if you have a family of Ua that you wish to become settled on farm, it H safe proposition to call upon the aeareet atttnorlted Can ad Ian (Yiveraaient Agent, sad get per Ucntars as to ot suitable districts and railway rats. FACTS ABOUT KOREA. Tee people are miserably poor. The country U arisWeraey ridden. 0&e abotwde; the soil I very fertile All the people are ttmid and peaceful The Korean wen are tall and hand some. The wowen are qat. fckap)e and si. Its laadcfs are gem, winter oe summer. l ae preiHUt fc Wed to the limit of ! it ranee Tie nine s retinue I gorgeous in silk aDvt colore J m ice Is bought and told. OSteial buy the'r place. The country i healthy and delightful a!l the year rcucd Scout's ni3)ar vcj,i choiea because of U.s skill In sorv- ry IOWA REPUBLICANS REVOLT Burning Issues Which Tend to Cre nto Trouble Among Stnnd rattors. Out In Iowa, whero tho "UW tvna horn, that the tariff fostera trusts, some of the republican lenders nro talking to tho pcoplo very plainly. At tho Old Bat tlers' nsHoclatlon of control Iown, which recently held lis thirty-fifth ntinunl re union, Hon. Tom J. llrny. ilmlrmnn of the republican parly In Poweshiek coun ty, delivered an address In which hi said; "For political purposes (he 'syatem' U divided Into two branches, the railroad combination nud the American I'tolce tlvo league. "I will tuke up first tho operation of tho railroad branch of tho 'system,' which Is entrusted with tho nomination of county and stale officials, congress men iiiul United States senators. Tlio v.illmads, by menus of the unlimited amount of free transportation which they can Issue, are in a position to wield a powerful Influence In politics, and thoy never permit a single ounce of this In lliienco to go to waste. A llttlo slip of yellow paper properly authenticated hy n railroad company, has a purchasing power In politics, compared to which the expenditure of a large sum of money would bo Insignificant, t believe that the majority of American men are not jusceptlble to bribe, but nt the same time we are an exceedingly grateful people, nnd always Inclined to return n favor for a favor. The delegate who to celves a free paes to a convention there by places himself under an obligation to the donor of the pass, and he dis charges this obligation by voting fot caudidntofl for oftlce whom, under any other circumstances, he would consider unworthy of his support. 'Tudor the railroad system of con ducting politics a thorough organization Is maintained In each stale. This or ganization Is directed and managed by the general attorney of the largest rail way system In the state, who Is selected not because of the legal ability which he possesses, but because of his knowl edge of political tactics. In each town and city he appoints one or more local attorneys, who earn thoir salaries by distributing free transportation among tho tnllueutlnl citizens of the community and especially the odolegntes to state and congressional conventions. Tho delegates to these conventions accept the free passage because It saves an ex penditure of money. When they reach tho city where the convention Is being held the gentleman who furnished the transportation requests them to vote for a certain man for congressman, gov ernor, railroad commissioner, or some other state office. The favor Is granted, nnd men are nominated who have In re ality been selected by the railroad po litical boss. "The congressman, upon being elect ed, finds that his most Important duty Is the appointment of postmasters In Ma district. In most. Instances the editor of the local newspaper gets tho appoint ment. Ho Is glad to accept the office be cause of the salary which goes with It. and the congressman Is glad to have him tu-cept it because tho editor is In a position to perform valuable services for the cougrfesmau through the col umtis of the newspaper. "The editor feels under obligations for Ihe appointment and. of course, he would not be ungrateful enough to decline to perform any service requested by his benefactor. The congressman, being in debted to the railroads for his nomina tion and being indebted to tho Ameri can Protective league for special favors showu him at Washington, is a tool In the hands of the 'system;' the postmaster-editor for the reasons I have mentioned is a toot in the hands of the congressman, and the people are' tools in the bauds of the postmaster-editor. He writes tholr political gospel, and they generally accept It without suspicion. Mr. Urny eontlnufd by describing how the railroad in league with the re publican leaders packed caucuses and conventions and elected congressmen, legislators and governors, who were pledged to do the will of the "railroad boss." It must bo remembered that this re publican official was talking to his neighbors and friends, and the report says his speech was received with great enthusiasm. As the republican leaders in congress declare they will not revise the tariff and any railroad rate legisla tion that will prevent unreasonable rates from being , harged is likely to be defeated; these republican reformers who are largely tu the minority in their own party will have to join hands witn the democrats to -cure reform legislation. InUuenc of Tariffs. Eight years of .rytnp up th- d--r ot the government to mak.- ,v,. ,-, rich cannot fail u pr i i nits ai we se. All eorr:; o , due to the protee-.ive t.i: 7 : protective twill neee.i . . cvirruption with it Thu. .- u : , s 1'hilonophlcal statejsm-1. : - . Rvwebery tiread n mtrv.! . Kimland The virus of , r . . .. s too atrong for the finex! pi : -a 'lie. tt men once pet in 1 ot raanlns to parliament or .-:,c-- for lawa to put money in thc.r rru puree, and puWic demora!:.-a-ton fo' lows as the aight the div i- w fifty to think th naHufacturiTf and other apeclal inter eats can so ar..l cet their ape-la! booty Hnotwerved or wth out awakening enptoity m mllhons Xattoa. Evldeae of Graftirp However people may ju.u -), r tires of Mr. Tbomag Law son if u s ton ia exposing the rasca.it . -. r Staidard Oil "tystem." the .m e ow being ocil prod.icvj ... (f tn aad mit manage mei.t of t:.- g . ,t life Insurance companies prvv-s t.. hi tatement are worthy of cr,.i-;. Th railroad magnate and x Wi 1 etreel hanker seem to have eon'm: t the ftwite 0 the policyholder handle them In such a way 'hr c iMoraaee coU jut about deti! li , it would If honestly conducted If h voters eontlaue to vote fvr :h.- tar.ff the mother of truat? and the ;-r cer.i tor nt extravagance, they mnt to nay tor It In every way the corpo altan ran UerUe to plunder th- t.ub lie. Secretary Shaw wou'J have us lli've that luir pr:.e ar.d hig'j deft nt go baxo I an WMh'.sito; Wax. HOUNDING THE COUNTRY. Uablt Which Seems to Lny Hold Up on Folltloal Orators and Spellbinders. "Have you ever noticed how often our public peakern bound this country?" soked nn observer of things in ctncml, in the New Orleans Tiaics-IJeniocmt. "Two years ogo 1 went to large limn meet ing, at which- there were ncvcral Hands arrniiged no that the orators, aodbed. could nddien the n-cmbled crowd. 1 took a place bcfoie one of the platfoime, nnd after awhile n cll known politic an, heavy in avoirdupo i and dignity, wa in-tlodiii-cd and laumhcd into Iih speech, v li nil began along the old lines: " 'As 1 look out upon this multitude of the good rition of this city, I fori mho that tm the second Tuesday in Novem ber they will deilaic in no uncertain man ner.' etc. Ynu know how the test rfocs. "He had not been speaking long before I heard the word fall. 'From the atoimy pliorcs of the Atlantic to the calm tloic of the I'ncillc, from the pulf on the south this float movement will sweep all be fore it.' 1 did not wait to hear tiny more of hit platitudes, but made my way over to the second stand, nnd hcic an other modern Cicero nas telling the con script fjtliriK how to vote, how to a.vve the city, how to keep the patriots in of fice. ' I'll Oil is going forth," said he, 'from the blue waters of Lake Superior down to where the rippling waves of the ptilf wash the fair shores of Louisiana, l'roni the strands of the Cnrolinaa to the sunlit tu-lds of California, the people art resolved, etc.' "1 pushed through the crowd and went toward the third platform, but even from a great distance 1 could hear n lusty Fttellbindrr crying out in a fag-liorn voice: Troni Tampa bav to Puget tound, from' but I pulled my lint over my cars and rushed for my car." An Honest Opinion, Mineral. Idaho, Oct. 10th (Special). That n sure cure has been discovered for tlioo n-intic pains that make so many lives miserable, is the firm opinion ot Mr. 1). S. Colson, v well known resident of this place, nnd he does not hesitate to Miy that cure is Dodd's Kidney Pills. The reason .Mr. Colson is so firm in his epul is that he had those terrible pains nud is cured. Speaking of the matter, he says: "I niu only too happy to say Dodd's Kidney Pills have done mo lots of good. 1 had awful pnins in mv hip to 1 could hardly walk. Dodd's Kidney Pills stopped it entirclv. 1 think they nre a grand medicine.'' All Sciatic and Ulicmnatic pains nre eal by I'ric Arid in the blood. Dodd's Kidney' Pills make healthy kidneys nnd healthy kidneys strain nil the I'ric And out of'thc blood. With the cause lenvned there can be no Hhcumntism or Sciatica. SHE SAID IT IN LATIN. Of Which Lnnguage She Knew Quite ns Much ns She Did of Greek. D-aiing the recent strikes in New York city, when it was nn even thing between apprehension as to what the strikers im,'lit do nnd apprehension ns to what the ete.-n hands pressed into t-crvice bv ihe rmlivay management might fail to do. passenger's on the Subwav and elevated road fe't that they were taking thc.r lives in he:r hands whenever they boarded a train In the nervous throng descending one morning from a Ninth avenue elevated itation was a woman whose pretenti-viw nnd inappropriate attire would have in formed a Sherlock Holmes, even before he opened her mouth, that she was ano'her one of the first cousins of Mrs Malapr ip As i-he reached the liottom of the sirs RtU tier leet touched tne soliu ground ti c I anxious look that her face had ivnrn chance! to one o( relief and satisfaction "Mv'" he exclaimed to the pcisms round about, "niehby you th.nk I ant glad to git my teet on terra cotta once more!" FOREWOMEN. Much That Every Woman Desires to Know Is Found in Cuticurn "Cuticura Works Wonders." Too much stres i.mnot lie nlnre.1 nn the great value of I nticura Soap, Oint ment ami Pill m ::n antiseptic cleans ing of the mucou- Mil faces and of the blood nnd circulating tlunls, thus afford ing pure, sweet and economical local and ' constitutional treat -nent for weakening discharge?, ulcerations, inflammations, I itchings, irritations relaxations, di-place-! incut. ivun and ureguhrities peculiar! to females, as well a Mich sympathetic j affections as anaem-i chlorosis, hysteria, nervounes and del- '.tv. I Modernized. 'Here is one of the inns where George Washington vised : i-'op." "You don't say' What has become of the ancient ign: " V uimnodation to Man and fteast?' " "They've taken it down ami put up l sign: 'Accommoda. n to Man and Auto mobile.' " "And where is the hotlcr who ued to come out with a v.i.i of oats!" " "Oh. he comes " now with a cmi of paeohne." Clueapo lUily Xews. Piso's Cure for Cot -umption is an infai'. ble medicine for cvi . hs and colds. X. W. Samuel, Ocean Grv N. J., Feb. 17. 1900. Wouldn't Say Stocking. The Boston dam. was exce-e.vely n od fit ' -peak ng Cs- ' " Ja: 1 he 1 rre tuii'r v ti b - i - ci lj;a her Lv'tr) la rs ugc UU. ISTIPATION 1 t-z lit ft, . . v. ut e f&BiwLMBimmmmmammmimaBuaBSmB., - itTae'anatawBn..- MiliTTnnrirrT' nTriJiiMj n in ZZZZ - the or . oerinent. cxwrat csre f.ir er."pitica and all t-irel irr,.' a.-.! n.,...- , . M IS GR.U;E TON.,' cares by strrrhe, nS acl res- r n? th t r,l- t'he d. XnM lv j-ats -j tV whole svm in a perfevt. ;r. Iwaitr-v con liuoa It doea m sho. -l7 I oria- aB'l ranjat.v a i physics io and thus aggravate tee troui. and aaake a hJ tautter worse "its eaJi i, , j'0 'e or;"'1 ard a.it tevr aawn aad deroy. It cures the rfttax bv putuos the dussjv orcaas ia a c5J.r.XT!l ?p aml restore, anu scmeUMas-it is perfect and permanent 5 13 cc-tl,,'on orcnie . Such a cure v warva er and Kroner ill ...landh ?in its use. That - 1 icri (-iict . . V . I U . it at oon ai ycu from mmm Mothers Should Watch the Development of Their Daughters Interesting Experiences of Kisses Gorman anil Mills. Every mother possesses information which is of vital interest to her youutr daughter. Too often this Is never Imparted or is withheld until serious hatm has result ed to thu provvlnp pirl through lior ifjnornnce of nature's mysterious nnd wonderful laws and jionaltles. ..v..... .iv.,0... , i-"so. lirls over-sensltlvencss nnd modesty en puzzle their mothers and baflle rslciaiiN, ns they so fifteti withhold Oirls' over-sensltlvencss nnd modesty oftc nlivslciuns, ns thev their coiifideiico from their mothers nnd conceal the symptoms which ought to tio told to tliolr physician nt tins critical period. When n pirl 's thoughts Wcomo altiR--pish, with lieudache, dizzinosa or n dis position to sleep, pains in back or lower limbs, eyes dim, desiro for solitude; when she is n mystery to herself nnd friends, her moth'er .should come to her nid, nnd remember that Lydla K. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound will at this time prepare the system for the coming" change, nnd start tho menstrual period in a young girl's lifo without pain or Irregularities. Huudrcdsof letters from young girls nnd from mothers, expressing their gratitude for what Lvdia 13. Pinlcham's Vegetable Compound has accomplished for them, have been received by the Lydla 13. PiuUham Medicine Co., nt Lynn, Mass. Miss Mills hns written the two fol lowing letters to Mrs. Pinkhnm, which will be rend with interest : Dear Mrs. Pinkhnm: (First Lotter.l 'l AtllllUt lifteeil rft1' s if n mil ,l..,ir..vsjjkl harodizry spells, chills, headache nnd hVk- Lydia E.Pinkfcam's Vegetable Compound Makes Sick Women Well. SIGK HEADACHE T'osltivelv cured by tlit'o Little Tills. TL -y 110 rcli 'vo Dls tr 3 fr ira Dj-crsli, In (I. si aandTooKeirty Ejt.-. A rertect rem c'jf r Ulcess. bauson, Drovr Icess, B.id Tuste In t9 lloula. Coatetl Tototi, Pahv la tho side, TORPID LTVEn. They regnlito the Bowels. rurely Vegetable. SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE Genuins Must Bear Fai-Similo SiEnaturo REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. Good Enough Evidence. j Teacher- Of wh.it country is the rh tu ce- ros a native' Willie- Knc'..nd I "Oh; no' VVhtt makes you th'.nlt sn'" "Th" n tin wothes tit mi " Cive 1 land Leader Avoiding the Wrinkles. "I h.iven't lud .1 photo taken in ten years'" rem.irkei the conceited mi-, with a Mourn. h. "Wh.it's the matter!" chiniet l.i nend. "Still li.innj them striKk IT 1 1 the same oW plite?" Ditroit Kiev l'ie. . . The DiiTerenee. Sjti--Wht n a finiocxr, pa? laihei--. tinaocier, tay ton, ii a nan who ha; . roucR money that it take i legislative cvmniittee to hod 0Jt o whom it belongs. Council BIbITs ' Non pareil. An Exception. ' ln.iiali .ite vtv t.Kl. v.m fcn w. Thev'ie never .-, .vn to l.vuii ' "Uli. 1 tint. -i . i.. ivte k w i.iade M.nni-haha ' - I'n .a.ie'iph.a l"rj "IV evirv.',. ,.in .iat jav h i-nt r's lar, sj ' '!,n ' i t : . tr dc creJit c - - ...o t" ' t u -e-n' ANO STOMACH I r r Me' C-i- os r , j ' .:. . 1 rate a . Cti CARTER'S tWiTTLE IVER B pius. CARTERS fITTlE IVER PILLS. Eg J 1 t 1 a. i 1 . . . ! " ' '-' 1 . i t. . 13Ht(l! .t. Itu:sl'l i 1 . . , HS D GiANELt-i. 4 - aSLw. 1 ...,,,.J4,l.th.WJ i.b.-.'on one can lei hw nirne1 DrtaH Clr! at . Cholcra,Etc..NervoUsnesS.InSomnia.anJmn cu hi.e co r 1 Sj8er fr 3 oasti-i--a or a-r f ,-- ... a . . Li j" L 5 ne P,l,ve. natural, harmless cure w c sums va SiTe you enoum ue couyca ti'vr a 1 we vr.J g ,e y.a a'ottstsly frrts A ej5rge t q( GRAPE TONIC 1 ii..aaav u ibe tim you c it ao weakead and ran - ud cge of Mull s Grape Toc.c a, is why we let you try It free. -1. . . CUT OUT THIS COUPON ,oa'5, FREE l2? i-muu's crape; TO.VJC CO., 14T Third Avenue. RocK Island, 111. lr T.i itlmi nt Ifilu, TntOlM' stra-i nt r r '-. - ar-,i. n womanh 000 1 ftlie, nnd ni I have heard that you enn giv e heloful ndviro to girls in i my condition, I am writing you." Myrtle Mills, Oquawkn, 111. Dear Mrs. 1'inkUam: (Second M"".) " It is with the feeling of utmost grntittide that I write to you to tell you what your valuable ii'-dlcino hns done for mo hen I wmte vou In regard to my condition I hail otisulteit sivenvl ilocwra. out vncy imi w m lerstarul my enso nnd I did not reccivo unlerstand my enso nml 1 Clil not reccivo nn.. i,,,netlt from their treatment. I followed ' Vliur advice, nnd -took Lydia K. llnkham's i Vegetable Compound and am now healthy and well, nntl nil tho distressing symptoms which I had attlinttlmoliavouisiippeareu. Myrtlo Mills, Oimnwkn, 111. Miss Matilda Herman writes Mm. Pinkham as follows : Dear Mrs. Pinkham! ' lli foro taking Lydin K. Finkhntn's ego tnblo t'omivound my monthlies were Irregu hr nnd iKitnful, and 1 always bad such dreadful headaches. " Hut since taking tha Compound m vhead ncliea have entirely left me, my monthlies nro regular, nnd I amguttlns strong nnd well. I am telling nil mv girl friends whnt Lydin L. Plnkhnm's Vegetable Compound has (fofio for me." Matilda llormnn, Farmingtoti, Iouv. If vou know of any young girl who ii sick and needs motherly advice, ask her to address Mrs. Pinkham nt Lynn. Mass., and loll her every detail of her symptoms, and to keep nothing back. She will receive sdvice absolutely free, from n source that lias no rival" in the experienceof woman'sills.andit will, if followed, put her on the right road to u strong, healthy and happy womanhood. Lydia K. PinUhnm's Vegetable Com pound holds tho record for the greatest number of cures of female ills of any mi'diiine that the world has ever known. Why don't you try it ? I LEADER" AND "REPEATER" SHOTGUN SHELLS Carefully inspected shells, the best of powder, shot and wadding, loaded by machines which give invariable results account for the superior ity of Winchester "Leader" and "Repeater" Factory Loaded Smokeless Powder Shells. Reliability, velocity, pattern and penetration are determined by scientific apparatus and practical experiments. They are THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT PRICE, 23 Cts. Til mop tug rom f.t- ,u ""nu inuunir IM rAV II UIIU lrv I HUHOUtLfORHUDAj): PFlAf.F. ANfi rnTWrrnUT Are Sure to Come ta FINE QUALITY HAVANA TOBACCO. Try Thorn. "lb and -Agents" 5c Cigars Are Leaders of the World. ISHK 900 5"."- building. iatK and Olive Streets, ft. Louis, ilOII H NO MONEY TILL TBOOB .k 1, Mr io-3rh itr .1 ,i., - imp s.ti . JJy 'e c t, t4lt th -, ,4 1 H !E- ! I" iy ' St- et 1... .c. inrre is nn and only one for free to nmv. it w"i' ' l,Wll,' M dawtt lti,,k. E fl VoT ( " "'U you g n a ,acm .,. I liTiPTrWi fa i ri i i W. L. Douclas 3i2S&3-5?SHOES!a W. L. Douglas 4.00 Cllt Edgo Mno cannot bo oqunllod ntnny price. g , w.L.nnunLAa makes ano sells 1 r.nnlir MEN'S SH.IUI SHOES THAU ANY OTHER MANUFAUTUHUi. iflfl finn REWARD to anyont who can vIUUUU dltprova this statement. W. I.. Douglas $J.S(I shoe have hy their ei ctlltnt style, easy fitting, and superior vvmrlntt qualities, nclilev ed the largei t sale of any 3.1. SO I shoe In the world. They are lust ns good n thoie that cost you $3.00 to $7.00 the only difference li the price. II I could take you Into i my factory at Brockton, Mass., the lnrgect In the world under one roof making men's (In shoes, nnd show you the care with whUll every pair ot Douglas ifioea Is mode, jou would realize why V. I- Doubles $3.50 ahoea are the best shoes produced In the world, i If I could show you the difference between tha shoes made In mv factory nnd those of other makes, you would understand wny Douglas $j,s.O thoea cost more to make, why they bold their shape, (It better, wear longer, nnd are of greater Intrinsic value than any other f.1.50 shoe on the market to-day. W. L. Douolam Strong Atntlo Shocn tap Man,$2.0a,S2.OO. Boys' School & Oram ShooB,$2.BO,92, $1.7B,$1.liO CAUTION. Insist upon having V L.Iog l,va shoes. Take nn substitute. Jsono genuine without lilt name nud price stamped on bottom. WANTIMI. A s'aoe dealer In every town Tihcr W I,. Douglas Mimes aro not sold. Full lino ot I samptea sent f reo for Inspection upon request. 1 fatt Cttor Bytltl! merf they will not ivear irassj'. , Writ for Illustrated Catalog ot Tall 8tylM. I W.li.IlOUGLAS, llrocltton.Masj. On ihe Trail "I followed ths trill (rom Texas wtlh a Fish Brand SLka 7cvT Slicker, used for Pommel oUcker nn overcoat when ' cold, a wind coat when windy, a rain coat when it rained, and for a cover at nlsht If we (jot to bed, and 1 will aay that I have gotten more comfort out of your allcker than any other one article that I ever owned." (Tht mm, inJ nddr, ct th writer of (falf k .iuiril Utter roif b bid on artllcstlon.) Wet Weather Garments for Rldlnf, Walk ing, Working or Sporting, HIGHEST AWARD WORLD'S FAIR, 1904. Ti.Eljnf.rthiltll ui,bi,iiii,m... A 15OCT0K, TOWER CANADIAN ; CO., Limited 7CU0.T0, C4MAUA SE T IS GUARANTEED TO CURE GRIP, BAD COLD, HEADACHE AND NEURALGIA. X wnn't sell Anll.fli Iplne to a ijealer vUn won't flunrnntru lifor)ju'.MO.BY It.Vt K. IP IT llOX'T CtfltK. J'. II .IUcmer, Jf.i.,Manufacturer,Njri(fcif,.Jo. Those Who SmoHothr QUICKLY AND PERMANENTLY NO CUTTING- HO DAlu u n nAun.cn iSaJI orA wrli2tfr.?o??lo& Mo. m. D. 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