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HOW TO CURE RHEUMATISM
PrvmlMirt Doctor's Prt-crlp-
Mn CMlly MUH at Horn.
This alas pi and harmleaa formula
haa worked wondara lor all who hat;
triad It qulckty curing; ehronlo and
cut rtwHimatlam aad baekacho. .' Prom
Tour druaaiat t on cmnca of Tors;
campountf (in original aaaled packan)
ad one ounce ot arrup of Barsaparlll
compound. Take these two Incrrdlents
borne and put them la a half pint of
good whlaker. FJhako the bottle and
fake a tabieapoonful before each meal
and at bed-time." Good reeulla coma
after the first few doeee. If your dnif
sriat doea not hare Torla compound In
tnck ho will tet It for jrou In fcw
hours from his wholesale house). Don't
bo Inlluenoed to lake a patent medl
'eras Instead of this. Insist on havln
the sjenulne Torts compound In the
original, one-ounce. sealed, yellow
packaa-a. This was published here last
winter and hundreds ot the worst cases
were cured by It tn a short time. .Pub
lished for the aiobe Pharmaceutical lab
oratories of Chicago.
Suffer From Plague of Mats.
A "pled plpor of Hamolln" Is need
ed at 8nnta Paula, Cal. Thousands of
rats, and all big wood ral. have In
vaded tho place, and tho nltuatlon Is
audi that women arc afraid to ro to
church. Tho ratB Boom to have a
preforonco for churches and on snvcral
occasions havo forced tho fcralnlno
attendanco at sorvlcos to tako to tho
high benches. Tho city authorities
arc Booking moans to abato tho post.
Tho rats nro believed to havo been
driven out ot the woods by recent fires
In tho forests.
If you want a man to deliver the
goods, employ one who doesn't talk.
Sore Throat I
Sloan's liniment gives
quick relief for cough, cold,
hoarseness, soro throat,
croup, asthma, hay fever
Mr.Ai.bkht W. Paioe.ot Fretlonla,
Kan., writes : " We uti Biota's Lini
ment in the family and find It an ei
oollent relief for colds and hsy feror
attacks. It stops coughing and snees
Lng almost Instantly."
RELIEVED SORE THROAT.
Mrs. Ij. Hmcwkr, of Modello, Fl.,
wrltrs: " I bought one bottle of your
I.lnlmrnt and Itilldruealt theiood In
the world. Mr throat uss Terr sore,
COOD FOR COLD AND CROUP.
T.tn W. H. Tn.lKnie. 3721 Rlmxrood
Atenne, Cutcngo, III., writes! "A lit
tle boy nest door lisd croup. I co
the mother Sloan's Liniment to try.
Rha ffiii him three tlrons on SMCsr
before folng to tied, and he sot up
I 1 ..... t (I.a a ..... ( .. tnn.ntnfl M
Prtoo, 2Bo., BOOm, St.OO
IP you havo eczema, ring,
inp, unsightly skin or scalp
eruption, try Resinol Ointment
and Resinol Sonp, nnd boo how
quickly tho itching stops and
the trouble disappears, even in
Bovero and stubborn cases.
Pimples, blnckhrsds and ml, nore,
chapped fiwea and bands spcvdUy
yield to Rrsutol,
Resinol Ointment and Uoslnol Hoop
heat skin humors, eom. toils, burns,
scalds, coUuonw, channgs and piles.
Prescribed by physicians for over 17
years. All ilruitEisU sell IleslnotSonp
(ZSc)and Ileslnol Ointnient(50oiind $1).
Resinol Chemical Co. llsltlmora, Md.
Prompt Relief Permanent Cure
LIVER PILLS never
fail. Purely vegetal
Die act surely
nut Kenny on
improve the complexion, brighten the eyes.
SMALL iUL, SMALL DOSE. SMALL PltlCE.
Genuine must bear Signature
FREE TO ALL STBESS
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dlMi and tho tt mrlu blcrti im t tfnjlwt b; 1 1; Now
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km no'Mollnw.gn clr.-n'ars. Dr.I.ct lerrairsi.
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Utln. SoU by Drl.U.
MUCH U8ELE88 EXPEN8E SAVED
Y PLANS OF LEGISLATIVE
HOUSE HALL TOO SMAL1
Necessary to Issue Admission Tick-
tt to Ceremonies Hadley Urgae
Prison Reforms In Hla Spe
Jefforaon City. Tho general assem
bly convened Monday and prepared
for tho inauguration of Btale officers.
Tho Joint committees from the
houso and sonnto having chnrgo of the
arrangements for tho inauguration
prepared a program distinguished by
Us simplicity. The plan to make tho
coremonlcs as slmplo ns possible) in
keeping with tho dignity ot the occa
sion mat with tho approval of Gov-ornor-cloct
Major. It also ovoldod
much usoloss oxpenso.
When tho committees bognn ronrld-
orlng plans they found one of tho
chief obstacles to contend .lth wns
tho small balls of tho houso and sen
ate chambers, whoro tho Inauguration
Senator Michael Casoy found, by
closo figuring, that about 550 porsons
could bo packed into tho house, wnlcb
is tho larger of tho two legislative
halls. When nil tho state officers,
Judges ot tho supremo court, senators,
representatives nud officers of both
branches nsncmbled In tho hall, Uttlo
room was left for spectator.
It thereforo was necessary to pro
vide ndmlsBlon tickets, and those un
able to obtain thoso cards were un
able to witness tho ceremonies.
Gov. Hadley sent to the senate his
appointments made In recess, but It Is
aid all will bo rejected.
Hadley Urges Prison Reforms.
Gov. Hadley sent a message to tho
legislature transmitting a list of tho
pardons nnd paroles granted during
Tho governor In his message said
that, considering the prison popula
Hon. ho bad released fewer convicts
than any of bis predecessors.
Ho urged the establishment of a
stnlo board of paroles and pardons to
Investigate conditions In the state
prison and to recommend releases of
Ho also urged the establishment of
a state, tuberculosis hospital for con
victs and the purchase of additional
grounds for a prison farm. Ho recom
mended -that prisoners make all tha
clothing' needed by inmates of state
$1,000 a Day for Clerks.
The pay for the clerks In the forty
seventh assembly alone will run more
thnn $1,000 a day. Tho cost ot tho
169 clorks authorized by tho houso
will be $348.50 a day, a total ot $38,-
393 for tho 70 days ot the session. It
has bee;i the practice of tho legisla
ture to add clerks by resolution as
the session progresses. If this is done,
tho lncroaso per day will amount to
$3.50 for each clerk, or V- for each
member of the doorkooper's force.
Four Lobbyists for Trainmen.
Four mombers of the Brotherhood
ot Railway Trainmen filed as legisla
tive lobbyists with the secretary of
state. They aro to work for tho pas-
j sage of laws beneficial to railway em-
ployes. Tho lobbyists aro H. I'llcffer,
St. Louis; W. J. Thclen, Sedalla; J.
A I'hllllps, St. Louis; C. G. Ilrattlng
, Contest Is Threatened.
I Thoro is u haro possibility tho Dem
ocratic majority will be Increased by
ono as a result of a contest threatened
from Ste. Geuovlovo, whore William
'( It. Wilder, a son of liner Inspector W.
W. Wilder, was elected over P. II.
Coffinnnn. a Democrat, arrived with1
tho luteution of entering a content,
"Tho law requires that members
shall be 21 years of age," be declared,
"and Wilder will not be of age until
None of tho Democrats tnUe tho
contest seriously, because It Is based
on such trivial grounds.
It requires only 72 votes to pass a
, bill, and 95 to pass an emergency
clause. With their large majority tho
Democrats wl'l be able to pass any
I thing they want, and there would bo
I no excuse for turning down Wilder
j merely because of liTs ago.
j Constitutional Convention Sought.
Jefferson City, Mo. A resolution
for a constitutional convention and for
tho celebration of thu completion of
the Keokuk power dam will bo sub-
mined to tho legislature. Sidney J.
j Koy. secretary of tho Hannibal Conv
i inerclal Club, arrived tn Jefferson City
i to urge the latter. As secretary of
! tho Missouri League of Municipalities
(he also will ask for tho constitutional
Anuer a Sign of Weakness.
Anger is always a sign of weak
ness. It Is our Irritation nt our own
Impotence. It la the llro ot tho spirit
blazing up against tho Inevitable. 1
j When wo know wo nro superior, whon j
we know we aro conscious ot groater
power than our adversary's, we aro ul-
; ways calm, 1
1 Queer Conduct.
I "Our cook has been guilty of n
; practical hull."
"What Is It?"
"Sho has been early of lain."
Plenty for All.
Don't bo too generous with I ho ser
mon ; what yon tuko for yourself Is
no proprlvnllon of another. Christian
(lladytf I would die for the 'man I
SndloTlmt wouldn't bo so much
ot n dark deed ns a bUimlo surprise.
If wo had no faults, wo shauld not
tako so. much pleasure In noticing
tho faults of othor people La Iloche-"oucituld,
k HIDDEN DANGER
It Is a duty of
tho kidneys to rid
tho blood of uric
ncld, an Irritating
poison that 1? con
stantly 'forming In
side. When tho kid
neys fall, uric acid "n
weak oyes, dropsy
or heart disease.
Pills help the kid
neys fight off uric
ncld brlnalnit new
strength to weak kidneys and re
lief from baekacho and urinary Ills.
Asa Indiana Cm
Mr.nornslrrlnftan. Orswf ordsrllle, lr1,
ssrsi "Mr flmbi swelled twlee normal ilae, ana
bit body was so bloated I eontd hardly breathe,
i had awful palm In my bait, and terrible bead
aohes. 1 spent weeks in a hospital, bat cams
oat worse then rrer. t had given op hoe) when
1 beisn nulni Dosn's Kidney Pin. They enred
ow completely, sod 1 bars had no trouble since."
Cat Doaa's at Aar Store. B0 a Box
FOSTER -MILBURN CO. Buffalo, New Yerfe
"How did you come out of tho tilt
you had with tho beauty doctor?"
"Well, I managed to savo my faco."
Dr. Pierce's l'ollcts, small, STjer-coatl,
easy to take as cantly, regulate and Invigor
ate stomach, liver and bowels and euro con
Tho Wife Don't you think
rlngo has Improved you, dear?"
Tho Husband Sure thing,
an Idiot when I married you?
PUTTING HIM WISE.
"Do you mind If I kiss yout
"Not In tho least, but you ought to
know that Isn't tho proper place.
That's where you put tha ring."
Wanted to Compromise.
Mr. Levi is a kind-hearted, con
scicntlous man, an example of what
Materllnck calls "our anxious moral'
Ity." But ho Is also German, and
spends tha pennies hard. He has a
hired man who says. ".Mr. Levi 'u
queer; ho wants mo to work nil the
time ho has mo hired for." Mr. Levi
also has a young horso that balks. "If
you would Just lot mo take a whip
to him oncol" tho hlrod mnn expostU'
latod, exasperated and yet dominated
by tho other's point of vlow. Mr,
Levi looked at him uneasily; stood
first on ono foot, and then on tho
other. "Ain't there nothln' olso you
could bo doln'?" he asked, "till ho gets
ready to Btart?"
Took Load Off Mother's Mind
Six-year-old Dora returned unusu
ally early from school tho other day
Sho rang tho door boll. There was no
answer. Sho rang again, a little
longer. Still thoro was no responso. A
third time she pushed the button, long
and hard. Nobody came to tho door.
Then she pressed her nose against
tho window screen and In a shrill
voice, which carried to tho cars of
-very neighbor In tho block, called:
I ii. iiu riK'H. iiuiiniiut. i ami me
t . . . 1 1 .!. , T I . I . .
V DREADED TO EAT.
A Quaker Couple's Experience.
I How many porsons dread to eat
, their meals, all hough actually hungry
! nearly all the tlmo!
! Nature never lntondcd this should
I bo so, for wo aro given a thing called
j uppollto that should guide us as to
j what tho system needs at any tlmo
md can digest
Hut wo get in a hurry, swallow our
food very much ns wo shovel coal Into
j tho furnace, and our senso of appetite
becomes unnatural and porvortod.
, Then wo eat tho wrong kind ot food
or eat too mucn, anu tnero you aro
Indigestion and its accompanying mis
eries. A Phlla. lady said:
"My husband and I havo been sick
and iiarvoua for 15 or 20 years from
r idrlnklng coffee fovorish, indigestion,
. '.totally unfit, a good part of tho tlmo.
for work or pleasure. Wo actually
dreaded to cat our meals. (Tea Is
JuBt as Injurious, becaubo It contains
caffolne, tho samo drug found In cof
fee.) "Wo tried doctors and patent modi.
' clnes that counted up Into hundreds
of dollars, with Uttlo It any benefit.
"Accidentally, n small package of
Postura camo Into my hands. I mado
somo according to directions, with
surprising results. Wo both liked it
and havo not used any coffee slnco.
"Tho dull feeling after meals haa
left us aud wo feel better every way.
Wo aro so well satisfied with Postum
that wo recommend It to our friends
who havo been mado slcl; and nervous
and miserable by coffee," Namo giv
en upon request Itcnd tho Uttlo book,
"Tho Hoad to Wollvllle," In pkgs.
Postum now comes in concentrated,
powder form, called Instant Postum.
It Is proparod by stirring a lovol tea
spoonful In a cup of hot wator, adding
sugar to taste, and enough cream to
bring tho color to goldon brown.
Intnnt Postum s convenient;
thorn's no wasto; and tho flavor Is
always uniform. Sold by grocers
60-cup, tin 30 cts., 100-cup tin 50 cts.
A 5-cup trial tin mailed tor grocer's
namo and 2-cent stamp for postage.
I'astum Cereal Co, Ltd., Battle Crook.
THE WORK OF 1913
CITY BUILDING, RAILWAY BUILD
INQ AND FARM OPERATIONS
IN WESTERN CANADA,
Th (machinery, tho money and the
xocn for carrying on tho big works in
Western Canada In 1913 nro already
provided for. Tho splondld harvest
which was successfully garnered, nnd
by this tlmo mostly marketed, re
sponded to tho big hopos that were
had for it early In tho season, and in
spired capitalists and railroads to
further Investment and building.
From lake ports to mountain base
there will bo carried on tho hlggost
operations in city building and rail
way construction that has ever taken
place In that country. Tho Canadian
Pacific railway has everything In
waiting to continue their great work
of doublo tracking tho system and by
tho tlmo tho Panama Canal is open to
traffic thoro will bo a doutlo lino of
steel from Lako Superior to tho Pa
cific coast. Tho cost will exceed
thirty million dollars. Tho Grand
Trunk Pacific plan of building a first-
class trunk lino and then feeders at
various points will be carried forward
with all tho forco that great company
can put Into tho work. Tho Canadian
Northern Is prepared to put Into mo
tion all tho energy that young giant
of finance nnd railroad building can
put Into various enterprises of provid
ing and creating transportation facili
Building operations In tho sevcrnl
cities, that havo already marked
themselves a placo In tho list of suc
cessful and growing cities, will be
carried on moro lnrgely than over.
Schools, public buildings, parliament
buildings, colleges, business blocks,
apartments, prlvato residences, banks,
street and other municipal Improve'
ments hnvo their appropriation ready,
and tho record of 1913 will be somo'
thing wonderful. Other places which
aro towns today will mako tho rapid
strides that aro expected and will be
come cities. There will bo othor Ed'
montons, Cnlgarys, Regions and Sns
katoons, other places that may In
their activity help to convlnco the
outer world of tho solidity and perma
nency of tho Canadian West. The
country Is large and wide and broad
nnd tho ends of Its great width and
length nro but tho limits of Its agri
cultural area. Its people aro progres
sive, they aro strong, there Is no
enervation there Tho country teems
with this life, this ambition, this
fondness to create and to uso tho
forces that nwalt tho settler. If thoy
comn from tho South, and hundreds
of thousands of them have, they are
now tho dominant men of tho North,
and thoy have Imbibed of tho spirit
of the North. Therefore It Is fair to
say that no portion of tho continent
will show ouch wonderful results as
Western Canada, and tho year 1913
will bo but tho beginning ot a won
derful nnd great future. And In this
futuro tho 200,000 Americans who
mndo it their homo, and thoso who
preceded them, will bo a considerable
portion of the machinery that will ho
used In bringing about tho results
Tho development of 1913 will not
bo confined to tho pralrio provinces.
Railway building and city building in
Tlrltish Columbia will bo supplement
ed by tho farm, the ranch and the
orchard building of that province.
Vaurouvor will mako great strides In
building, and Victoria, tho staid old
lady of so many years, has already
shown signs of modern ways, and If
tho progress made in 1912 may be ac
cepted as anything like what It will
bo In 1913. thcro will bo wonderful
developments thero. During last
year tho permits went over tho ten
million, dollar mark and much moro Is
promised for tho year now entered
Why He Changed His Mind.
John L. Sullivan mot with somo
amusing Incidents whllo giving boxing
Ono day a husky young man enmo
to him as a pupil. Ho took his boxing
lesson nnd wont homo somewhat tho
worse for wear.
Whon ho came for his second lesson
ho said: "Mr. Sullivan, it was my
idea to learn enough about boxing
from you to give a certain young gen
tleman a good licking. I've bad It in
for him a good while, rttit I'vo chang
ed my mind. If you havo no objec
tions I'll send this young man down
hero to you to tako tho rest ot my
lessons for me." Pittsburg Chronicle
Tetegrnph Collecting Antiquities.
Slop.ty received a enrd on which
was engraved: "Professor Draco,
He know- no bucIi person, so his curi
osity led hlra to recelvo hlra.
"What Is your business, professor?"
he nsked, politely.
"I am a colloctor of antiquities," an
swered tho old mnn.
"So I imagined. And how can I
"Hy paying a deposit on this Uttlo
bill you havo owed fcr moro than,
The Right Lead.
Kond Mamma (praising nbsent
dntighter) And I'vo always affirmed
that Sylvla'B arms nro so well shaped
because I havo mndo her do a great
deal of sweeping.
Ilashful Young Mnn (striving wildly
to keep no his end of tho conversation)-
ICrdoes sho walk much, .Mrs.
Not a Complaint.
"Well, Oscar, wo ought to got
(hut plcturo also, I should think."
"No, you needn't bo on overy plate,
I took my camera along to have soma
pleasant recollections of tho trip."
If ymn r JrlMtmrHiS
SPIRIT IN TUBERCULOSIS WAR
Nineteen Million Dollars Expended
Last Year tn Fight Against tha
Dread White Plaguo.
Nearly $19,000,000 was spent In tho
antituberculosis campaign In the
United States during the year 1912,
according to tho fourth annual statis
tical statement of expenditures In this
movement Issued by tho National As
sociation for the Study and Preven
tion of Tuberculosis. The expenditures
during tho year for sanatorium and
hospital c6nstructlon and treatment
mako tho largest Blnglo Item In the
total, amounting to nearly $16,800,000.
This Is an increase of nearly $5,000,
000 ovor tho samo group of expendi
tures for tho year 1911. Tho anti
tuberculosis associations and commit
tees spent over $765,000, whllo dis
pensaries and tuberculosis clinics
spent over $500,000. Over $415,000
was spent for tho malntcnanco and
establishment of opon-alr school and
fresh nlr classes, which Is moro than
doublo tho amount spont for this pur
pose In 1911. Official, Btate nnd mu
nicipal expenditures outBldo of tho
maintenance of Institutions, which
aro Included In tho othor totals,
amounted to $250,000. In addition to
these figures, about $500,000 was
spent by hosepltnls for insane and
penal Institutions in caring for their
OF COURSE NOT.
"Well, it's impossible to pleaso
everybody In this world, Isn't It?"
"Can't say; I never tried it"
"What Is that terrlblo noise?" asked
"That," replied tho policeman, "Is
caused by nn ordinary one cent safety
pin sticking Into a $3,000,000 baby."
ASK FOK AM. EX'S FOOT-EASE,
the Antiseptic powdrr to shake Into your
shoes. Relieves Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing
Nells, Swollen and Sweating feet, lilliters
and Callous spots. Sold everywhere. 2Sc.
Don't accept any substitute. Sample FnKH.
Address Alltn 8. Olmsted, Leltoy. X.V. Adv.
First Straphanger Look out!
You'ra treading on my feet!
Second Straphangor Beg pardon!
I nlso prefer to rldo In a cab. Judgo.
LEWIS' SINGLE HINDER is the best
quality, nnd best celling 5c cigar on the
"Can you cook on an emorgoncy?'
"No, sir; but I can on a gas stovo.'
AI.FAI.FA 18. Timothy nnd Clover mixed.
K.tO. Farms for sale nnd rent on crop pny
menls. J, MUI.UAI.L. Sioux City. la. Adv.
A man can never remombor what a
girl said when she proposed to him.
I will give you FREE a sample of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets that have brought
health and happiness to thousands also a book on any chronic disease requested.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
has tho endorsement of many thousands
tha it has cured them of indigestion, dys
pepsia and weak stomach, attended by sour
risings.hcartburn.foulbreath, coated tongue,
poor appetite, gnawing feeling in stomach,
biliousness and kindred derangements of
the stomach, liver and bowels.
"In coughs and hoarseness caused by
bronchial, throat and lung affections, except
consumption, the 'Golden Medical Dis
covery' is a most efficient remedy, espec
ially In those obstinate, hang-on-coughs
caused by irritation and congestion of the
bronchial mucous membranes. The 'Dis
covery Is not so good for acute coughs
arising from sudden colds, nor must it bo
Colormoretcoodjbrlghtcrand faster colors than any otherdye. One 10c pacluge colon all fibers. They dye tn cold wsterlxtterthsnanrothn-dv.
dyeanir estnitnt without ripping apart. Wnto tor Irce booklet How to Dye. Bleach and Mix Colors. i-IONROL DKUG COMPANY. Oi
Willis Is that now young preacher
you hired fresh from collcgo up to
GIUls You hot. Ho called out tho
Poster choir oquad Just Sunday, nnd
lilts ordered practice behind closed
wMh, ut "KINOVIMC" M.l fry
When a woman suffering from some form of feminine
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The very thought of the hospital operating table and the
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These Two Women
Cary. Maine." I feel It a duty I
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what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
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I found myself a terrible sufforer.
I bad pains In both aides and such a
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could not sleep, then I would be so
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and I thought I never would bo any
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Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and
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"Would you stick to your husband
If ho stolo a million dollars?"
"If he succeeded In keeping It"
Important to Mothers
Examlno carefully overy bottle ot
CASTOUIA, a safe and sure remedy for
Infants and children, and Beo that It
In Uso For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
"I want a light fruit lunch."
"How would somo electric currents
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup for Children
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it takes a good pugilist or a poor
minister to put his man to sleop.
During many years of practice I have used numer
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I have kept a record of the result in case after case,
so that my staff of physicians and surgeons, at the
Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., are able to diagnose
and treat cases at a distance with uniform good results.
But for the permanent relief of blood disorders and im
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a blood medicine without alcohol or other injurious ingredients.
R. V. PIERCE, M.D., Buffalo,- N. Y.
Burled deep in our American foreit we find bloodroot, qusra's root. msmJroli.
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