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/•beat 1 SISTER: ii MRS. n. SUMMERS, We are putting: out fine Lard, as goocTas can be made. It is a home product and should be used by all. 10 lb. Pails $1 00 5 lb. Pails 50 Ibope lb. lb. ffiaker IProp STOVES I I Heaters and Ranges The best and largest line of ever shown in the city. Call and in spect them while line is full. J. H. McCULLOM. GHAS. EBELING. /VlacHinist &Bo!lerMaker Now is the time to let me figure on your work. Don't wait, but come in and let us* talk the matter over. Engine and Separator Repairing a Specialty. Hot Water Heat ing Plants. General Blacksmithing Wagon Work I have hired a first-class blacksmith and am prepared to do all kinds of general blacksmith ing and Wagon Work in connection with my Machine Shop. READ MY FREE OFFER Wise* Words to Sufferers Thousa^Rbesidesmyselfhavecured themselves with it. I send it in plain wrappers. 5. DAUO.HTERS maiitewi $ Steam and '4 $ $ S W From a Woman of Notre Dame, Ind. I will mail, free ol any charge, this Home Treat ment with 1 ull instructions and the history of my own case to any lady suffering from female trouble You can cure yourself at home without the aid of any physician. It will cost you nothing to trive the treatment a trial, and if you decide to continue it will only cost you about twelve cents a week. It will not interfere with your work or occupation. I have nothing to sell. Tell other sufferers of it— thays all I ask. It cures all, young or old. tSB^"If you (eel a bearing-down sensation, senseof impending evil, pain in the back or bowels, creep ing feeling up the spine, a desire to cry frequently, hot flashes, weariness, frequent desire to urinate, or if you have Leurorrhea (Whites), Displacement or Palling of tne Womb, Profuse, Scanty or I will explain a simple Home Treatment which speedily and effectually cures Leucorrhea, Green Sickness and Painful or Irregular Menstruation in young ladies. lt\illlsaveyouanxielyanAexpenseanA8a.veyour davrjhlert/ie humiliation of explaining fi/u others. Plumpness and health always result from its use. Wherever you live I can refer you to well-known ladies of your own state or county who know ana will gladly tell any sufferer that this Home Treatment really cures alt diseased conditions of our delicate female organism, thoroughly strengthens relaxed muscles and ligaments which cause displacement, and makes women well. Write today, as this offer will not be made again. Address Box Painful Periods. Tumors or Growths, address MRS. M. SUMMERS, NOTRE DAME, IND., U. S. A. for the FUKB TREATMENT and FITLL INFORMATION. 102Notre Dame, Ind., U. S. A. We Do Printing ALL KINDS BACK TO ff HIGH LIFE By S. E. KISER. "Ah," said the gentleman with the week's growth of whiskers and the fringed trousers as he stepped frorii :he cross-town car in which he had oeen able to ride because somebody lad conveniently dropped a transfer slip, "there is only one Broadway in the world, and here I am once more, rhere's the Times building, there's the kstor House, here's the Knlckerbock sr—yes, yes, it must be so. I am not dreaming. I shall not awake present ly to find that I am back in Ohio or [ndiana or Michigan or somewhere else away out beyond the farthest limits of God's -country. I am here looking down the Great White Way, and I am wide awake and all is well— or all would be well if I had things so arranged that the doors of one of these great buildings would open unto me and servants would bow as 1 passed in to take my place at a ma hogany desk somewhere or to give or ders to my secretary and then leave for Asheville or Palm Beach, or some other lovely place far away, knowing that I might return when 1 got ready for a new supply of cash. And refer ring to cash, I wonder now if there is anybody in grand old New York who would be willing to lend me 15 cents for the purpose of purchasing that which is designed to keep body and soul together. It is splendid to be in dear old Broadway, but I am unablg to forget that I have not eaten since I left that God-forsaken place they call Ohio. I wonder now why 1 did not accept the egg sandwich that Cousin Lydia offered me? r3ut ao, it was better to spurn her proposal. It would have destroyed my self-respect if I had permitted one who is content to exist in the backwoods, or, I may say in the rear pocket of civilization, to patronize me thus. Better an empty stomach and a full heart in dear old Broadway than affluence where people see green fields, quiei pastures, winding streams, slanted corn shocks and red barns instead of the wonderful panorama that I am now permitted to behold. What a beautiful thing is yon coi'set sign upon the top of the one-story building with the sheet-iron cornice. And there is a man exercising in a window for the purpose of advertising somebody's pulley arrangement. What poetry o! motion. How elevating and how tljixilling, withal. I take it, judgin from the size of the crowd In front o: the window that a good many people beside myself are here without press« ing engagements. Let me see? I wonder if there Is in this vicinity any man, woman or child with whom I am well enough acquainted to make it reasonable for me to expect assistance in the way of a dime or some contrl bution approximating that sum? Alas, no! I can think of no one. It may be that here in the Great White Way there is some one who knows me, Bome one who would be glad if we met to see me. I say it is possible that there Is some such person here, but I fear there is not. I am a stranger to all who pass me. They know, not whence I came or whither I go. They care not that I am unshaven, for many of them need the service of barbers themselves, and it matters not to them that my trousers need trimming and pressing. Fringed trousers I per ceive are not uncommon here. They do not attract attention, nor does a gaunt look appear to compel people to pause for the purpose of expressing sympathy or offering assistance. But why do I permit m»3elf to stand here moralizing dismally?- Yonder is a chauffeur endeavoring to run over an old man. Here Is a newsboy who has never seen a bathtub. There is a hotel in which people spend tens of thousands of dollars a day. Oh, it Is glorious. Now let me think a moment. What shall I do first? I have it. Aleck McDermitt has a job somewhere in the street cleaning de partment. I will hunt him up and see whether he can't fix it so that I may operate a Jiroom upon the asphalt. 'Tis a lucky thought. Perhaps Aleck's Influence will be sufficient to enable him to put me on Broadway or at least in one of the side streets near It What nobler destiny could any man demand? Poor Cousin Lydia away out there where high life Is known only as it filters through the maga zines, how I pity her. I will now be gin to drop my r's and hie me away in search of Aleck." Bee Hive In Boot. Samuel Smith, a farmer living near Alburtis, Pa., had a very unhappy ex perience with a colony of bumble bees. He kept a pair of heavy boots in the barn during the summer, and went for them when the snow storm came. The bees had chosen one of the boots for a nest, and when Smith started to pull it on the bees got busy., He wasn't a candidate for the bee-sting rheumatism :ure, but is housed up applying lotions to the wounds. SAW WITH PROPHETIC EVE. John Milton's Vision of a Free Coun try and a Fret Press. Methinks I seel in my mind a noble and puissant nation rousing herself like a strong man after sleep, and shaking her invincible locks. Me thinks I see her as an eagle muing (moulting) her mighty youth, and kindling her undazzled eyes at the full midday beam, purging and -un sealing her long abused sight at the fountain -itself of heavenly radiance, while the whole noise of timorous and flocking birds, with those also that love the twilight, flutter about, amazed at what she means, and in their envious gabble would prognosti cate a year of sects and schisms. What should ye do then, should ye suppress all this flowery crop of knowledge and new light, sprung up and yet springing daily in this city, should ye set an oligarchy of 20 en grossers over it, to bring a famine upon our minds again, when we shall know nothing but what is measured to us by their bushel? Believe it, lords and commons, they who counsel ye to such a suppressing do as good as bid ye suppress yourselves and I will soon show how. If it be de sired to know the immediate cause of all this free writing and free speak ing, there cannot be assigned a truer than your old mild and free and hu man government it is the liberty, lords and commons, which your own valorous' apd happy counsels have purchased us, liberty which is the nurse of all great wits this is that which rarefied and enlightened our spirits like the influence of heaven this is that which hath enfranchised, enlarged, and lifted up our apprehen sions degrees above themselves. Ye cannot make us now less capable, less strong, less eagerly pursuing of the truth, unless ye first make yourselves, that made us so, less the lovers, less the founders of our true liberty! We can grow ignorant again, brut ish, formal and slavish, as ye found us but you then must first become that which ye cannot be, oppressive, arbitrary and tyrannous, as they were from whom ye have freed us. That our hearts are now more capacious, our thoughts more erected to the search and expectation of greatest and exactest things, is the issue of your own virtue propagated in us ye cannot suppress that unless ye re inforce an abrogated and merciless law, that fathers may dispatch at wjll their own children. Give me the liberty to know, to utter and to argue freely according to con science, above all liberties.—From John Milton's "Areopagltica." AS IT ACTUALLY WAS. Herman Schmidt's Simple Description of Heroic Deed. That the man who does great deeds can never put his deeds into words is Mr. Kipling's excuse for the profes sional story teller. Probably had Her man Schmidt the gift of story telling he would not describe his most famous adventure as he does. Herman, who was one of the heroes of the Franco Prussian war, was asked by some Mis souri admirers to tell them how he won the Iron Cross. "Veil," said Herman, slowly, "it vas like dis. Dey vas all Prussian fellers —ve vas all in der army, soldiers. De French folks vas fighting us, und we French folks vas fighting us, unde we vas fighting dem. "Den dere vas a battlefield—like it vas afield in a farm, yes—all grass and stuff—und ofer dere vas de French folks, und ofer here vas us Prussian fellers. "Always, yet, I vas de bigges' man in der army, so dey make dat I should carry de flags—de flag dat alvays goes vere de fighting is. "So den, here vas our fellers, und dere vas de French folks, und ve vas shooting at dem und they vas shooting us—only I vasn't make no shooting, because I got dem flags und no guns. "So I says, 'Vat if some of our fel lers vould go ofer dere vere de French folks vas, vat?' But den I see our fel lers vas all shooting und dey vasn't none of dem going ofer so I says, 'Maybe I goes ofer dere myself, den.' "So I gets up and goes ofer dere vere de French folks vas. Our fellers alvays goes vere de flag.iss, so den dey also all comes ofer vere de French folks vas. "And den de cheneral cooms up und pins dis cross on me."—Youth's Com panion. Two Silly "Smart Sets." The fast woman in society in France compromises herself because she falls underlsthe spell of passion the fast woman in society in New York, on the other hand, compromises herself to pay for her bonnets and gowns. In thi's comparison the French fast wom an has much the advantage of the American fast woman. They are both essentially, vulgar, judged from the strictly social point of view. The men and women of the fast set always force the note. They overeat, over drink, overdress and overact their parts. They are to people in really civilized society what sensational journalism is to high-clasB newspaper work. They represent the "yellow1 in morals, dress, manners and style of life. It is a mistake to treat them too seriously. Irony, ridicule and sar casm are the only weapons that touch them. It is the stupidity of fast so ciety that most impresses itself on other people the inanity of Its inven tion, its general bad taste.—The Out look. The In his can pei treatme' Illud licious Medicin time, pletel restorMT again L"*, 'In the case pf ffip great, iniflrv and ininsti jtion" were completely vind^^^v. tion" coBW. to contain no alcohpi wliich the nhnvi* The American People are Noted for. Their Love ol Fair Play. So Tract* This, That It flay Be Said To Be a National Trait ol Character. Trhere are hundreds of thousands of people all over this blessed country of ours who have been cured of obstinate, chronic diseases through the use of Dr. Pierce's Medicines and it is only natural that such people should rise up and speak their sentiments pretty freely when Dr. Pierce and his medicines are so unjustly attacked. These grateful patients of Dr. Pierce are to be found in almost every hamlet and country village, and in tne farm houses and mechanics' cottages in every nook and corner of this great country. Common gratitude prompts such people to stand up and defend Dr. Pierce and his medicines against unjust and ma licious attacks. Dr. Pierce's Medicines have been on sale in drug stores all over this country and in many foreign lands for more than forty years and yet their saia continues to grow in a substantial and most grati fying way. This could not be the case if they were not remedies of more than ordinary merit. WHAT DO THEY CURE Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is not advertised as a "Cure All" but admirably fulfills a singleness of purpose, being a superior and most positive remedy for one class of diseases only—those easily recog nized weaknesses, derangements, irregu larities and painful disorders peculiar to women. It Is a powerful, yet gently act ing, invigorating, tonic ana strengthening nervine. For weak, worn-out, over-work ed women—no matter what has caused the break-down,—whether it be from too frequent bearing of children or from much worry, care or over exertion of any kind, "Favorite Prescription" will be found most efficient in building up the strength, regulating all the womanly functions, banishing pain and bringing about a reg ular and healthy, vigorous condition of the whole female system. Thus it cor rects prolapsus, or falling of womb, retro version, anteversion ana other displace ments of the female pelvic organs, due to weakness or over exertion, lifting or fa tiguing over-work. In short, it makes weak women strong and sick women well. As to Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis covery it has a very large range of appli cation, yet it is by no means recommended as a "Cure-All." It possesses marvelous alterative, or blood cleansing, properties and is at the same time a most Invigorat ing tonic, or strength giver. It exerts a specific, cleansing, soothing and healing effect upon all the lining mucous mem branes of the system hence, its great curative value in all catarrhal affections, no matter where located. WANTED—A man in each town to handle a branch of our business. Man who can give good references and will'work among farmers prefered. No investment or deposit required. We finance^the'proposition all the way thru and furnish all supplies free. If you wish to become independent and secure a good position, write at once to THE HAWKS NURSERY CO, Wauwatosa. Wisconsin. I I. W. STANDI FY I I. W. STANDLEY, Live Stock Auctioneer 16 years experience in Fafin and live stock sales enables me to give the best service in conducting- a successful up-to-date sale. Sales made anywhere. The best of ref erences furnished. Sale notices prepared. Terms reasonable. See me, or phone me at ray expense ft before claiming- dates. HOPE, N. D. SEWING MACHINE. ROLLER BEARING. HIGH GRADE. Automatic Lift. an who strikes another a foal blow,, or maliciously tries to injure him in his social standing is detested and abhorred. The Ameri« lot generally slow to manifest their disapproval of each unfair. an opportunity is afforded. of this disposition is the fact that although base, false ana ma* upon Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo, and his widely celebrated Family sometimes injured the sale of these meritorious remedies for a hen such unjust assaults have been met and their falsehoods com- a natural reaction has followed and their sale has been fully the Ltwft'es' Home Journal. of Philadelphia, which, in 1904, published a most rhalicTblisTy laise. slanderous ana npeious article. attacKing L)r. Pierce and liis "t^avdrtie prescription"—the well-known cure for woman's eculiar weaknesses and distressing ailments—Ur. Pierce brought suit in tne UDremeJJouri'orihe fcitate ot flew York against the publishers of that paper' f^nrt yprriint. «aa given me Doctor, the priirmpnt. hPing mount. (glfi.(MK).mr vet, not for enough to nronprlv recompense Dr. Pierce for ....v. ...... »nn imnc mp ri^ppprous mentioned paperhad alleged it contained, vet Dr. Pierce has, throngs his attorney?, moved nor a jew trial trusting' that thereby he may filially mnrs just, and adequate compensation for the great dam age which he was made to suffer bv reason of the base falsehoods published ^oncprnmg nun and his business. for ft substantiaT and injurious tlrng.T In Chronic Nasal Catarrh, It is well to cleanse the passages two or three times a day with Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy Ruid, while persisting in the use of the "Golden Medical Discovery for Its blood cleansing and specific curative effects upon the diseased mucous membranes. It will cure a very large per cent, of all cases,, even after they have reached, the ulcera tive, or chronic stage, and no matter of how many years' standing they may be. It is equally efficacious in affections of the mucous linrhg of the larynx, bronchia and respiratory organs in general, thus curing bronchitis, laryngitis and other affections giving rise to obstinate, hang-on-coughs. It is not so good in acute coughs following sudden colds, as in the lingering, chronic coughs. Nor-must the "Golden Medical Discovery be expected to work miracles. It will not cure consumption in its advanced stages—no medicine will do that, but for all obstinate hang-on-coughs due to laryngial or bronchial irritation and kindred affections, of the throat which, if neglected or badly treated, are likely to lead up to consumption, the Discovery can be relied upon to produce the best curative results. The "Golden Medical Discovery" is, from its tonic and specific curative con- or biliousness. Even ulceration of the stomach and bowels has in thousands of cases been cured by it also obstinate chronic diarrhea. In addition to all the foregoing, not the least valuable of the marvelously effica cious properties possessed by the "Discov ery" is the unequaled regulating and strengthening effect exerted Dy it over the heart's action. It has made some wonder ful cures of very pronounced valvular and other affections of that organ. The reason why "Golden Medical Dis covery cures so wide a range of diseases is made plain in a booklet sent free on request mailed to Dr. E.V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. If Interested, send for it. The powerful alterative or blood purify ing properties possessed Dy the "Discov ery will naturally suggest its use for the cure of blotches, pimplbs, eruptions as eczema, salt-rheum, and other skin affec tions in all of which it has made remark able cures also in scrofulous sores and old, open ulcers, or eating sores. To heal the latter, use Dr. Pierce's All-Healing Salve as a local application, while taking the "Golden Medical Discovery" to correct the blood and cleanse the system. A box will be mailed to any address on receipt of fifty-four cents in stamps. If your drug ist don't have it in stock, address Db ierce. as above. BEST MED I UM IN OOUN $l.5o per Year Rev. Irl by buying this reliable, honest, high grade sew ing machine. STRONGEST GUARANTEE. National Sewing Machine Co. BELVIDERE, ILLINOIS. R. Hicks 1907 Almanac. The Rev. Irl R. Hicks has been com pelled by popular demand to resume the publication of his well known and popular Almanac for 1907. This splen did Almanac is now ready. For sale by newsdealers, or sent postpaid for 25 cents, by Word and Works Pub lishing Company,*2201 Locust St., St. Louis, Mo., publishers of Word and Works, one of the best dollar monthly magazines in America. One Almanac goes with every subscription.