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Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment MEXICAN MEXICAN ing Lin Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment cores Cuts, Bums, Bruises. In use for over sixty years. tor Alan, .Beast or loultry. Best for Horse ailments. limbers up Stiff Joints. cures Frostbites and Chilblains. MEXICAN ang Lin MEXICAN MEXICAN MEXICAN ang Lin Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment MEXICAN MEXICAN Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment penetrates to the very bone. Best thing for a lame hrse. cures Sprains and Strains. cures Spavin and Ringbone. neais via ssores qnicftiy. Best for Cattle ailments. MEXICAN MEXICAN MEXICAN MEXICAN ang Lin w m m m -w..-. - 1WAAVU MEXICAN MEXICAN ang Lin mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mn - pwoinve cure xor i-iies. cures all forms of Rheumatism. cures wanea uaaer in cows. Best for Sheep ailments. always jetfves satisfaction. drives out all inflammatioa. MEXICAN TVTT?Tr? TvrRlTTfiAX Brittle Rubber; Flu tic T.eail. "While liquid air has not proven it Mlf the wonderful power which it was claimed to be at the start, it has found tker fields in which its usefulness cannot be questioned, and, instead of driving machinery, it has come to oe -Med in the treatment of certain dis-j T It is still the subject of a great 4ml of experiment in the laboratory, aai has recently been used in conjunc- tin with that new wonder, radium, erring to prove new theories in re-j Sard to the latter. The lay mind will, however, probably be more interested j la the action of liquid air on two sub-. stances much more common than ra-1 ainm, namely, lead and rubber. When ! the latter is immersed in liquid air itj loses its elasticity and becomes brittle, and if dropped to the floor breaks like glass. Drop a ball of lead into the liquid air and it acquires all the elas ticity which the rubber has lost, and will bound on the floor like the rubber In its normal state. Science. Fever That Seldom Diec Out. Do you know there is such a thing as ' newspaper fever," and that it just, -worms and burns its way into a fellow's system and remains there as long as life lasts? It Is a fact. Men who work around newspaper offices know it to be true. They know it is true, not only to the men who work in the business, but axany others who never happen to get Into the business at all. There is an old legend to the effect that if a man once takes the Mississippi river water he will fceep coming back to the same old river, ao matter where he goes. It is the same way in the newspaper business. Taste it once, and you have got it in your system for good. N. O. Times Democrat. Artificial Bnililintr Stone. Houses of sand, as substantial as granite, are offered by the new process of Mr. L. P. Ford, of Gresford. Eng land. A mixture of san and quick lime in suitable proportions is forced into a very strong steel mold, which is placed in a box. from which the air is then pumped, when hot. water is ad mitted. The heat and pressure of the slacking lime and steam mold the ma terials into a rock having 60 per cent, of the strength of granite. This build ing stone, ready for. use in eight hours, Is very durable, and its cost is low. bricks by this process costing little more than "naif as much as the ordi nar Tntmt'co Without Meoline. A German chemist re-moves ihe poi sonous nicotine from tobaco by steep ing the leaves before- they are maeie up in a solution of tannic acid, which com bines with the nicotine and forms a riib . stance quite inactive ami harmless. Iii order to increase the flavor of the to bacco, it is then treated wiih a decoc tion of marjoram. The liavor ef the to bacco prepared as aboe described dif fers in no way from that of ordinary tobacco. Opsonization of .Milk. An apparatus in use in Germany for the purification of milk by ozonization is , so constructed that the milk contained , In a vessel Hows thence in a thin stream into another vessel placed below. The -vires and carbon points of a strong elec-! trie battery are so arranged that the light arc passes through the stream or near it. ; The ozone which is thereby engendered from the oxygen of the air is said to be sufficient to kill all micro-organisms ! contained in the milk. Tenulilutc tJIi I m pan r.een. In the New York Zoological park con siderable attention is given to the train ing of chimpanzees and orang-outangs. "These animals, it is said, seem to be par ticularly susceptible to teaching, and the methods employed with them resemble those used with untaught children. : Coaxing and perseverance are the two strongest and most effective aids In their education. Youih's Companion. Ilif; Strain, Deep Swallow. The unholy alliance of the compos itor with the proof rentier continues to furnish a good deal of shocking enter-, tainment. Thus the Newry ( England) Telegraph, in reporting a speech by Dr. Chadwick, the Protestant bishop of Dcrry, says: "There are people' who will strain at a goat and swallow a canal." A Sharp I1k. Mrs. Buxom That hateful Mrs. Knox made a very mean comment upon my age to-day. . Mr. Buxom Did she say yon were eiiing old? . -V "No, indeed. She said I 'siill.Jofjke.d. Quite young.'" Philadelphia Press. : . (reutt'Mt 1-2 er. "Madam." began the ragged hobo. you see bHore 011 a mlttcr-d gentle man." "Indeed!" exclaimed ihe .: .strrrteed lady. "Well, I must say you j.Us'j-'iwjJ any reduction I ever saw on a.,hr;jn. counter." Chicago Daily New'sV' .- . . WorM'M Six I'atliiiil f'iKr?'"" The average tonnage? or hnptJrtVnfJ,' sxports of the six leading iruCm ofth. world are now: London,. :-l-7.,564:rO; New York. 17.398,058uVutwji,il7 0U; llamt)urg, tt.SXAp$;Httt&KQii&r. 11,724.269; Liverpool.'" ia.157.714 'tons. She Couldn't Attend. The laie Sir Autoine Dorion, chief justice ot Quebec, was once invited to me annual function, but Lady Dorion. who was dead, was invited likewise. Sir Antoine accepted for himself, but de clined for her ladyship on the ground that she was in the cemetery. The next year, however, the same mistake was made, so the old judge wrote back to the aid-de-camp in waiting: "Sir An toine Dorion accepts, etc., but her lady ship being still in St. Anne's cemetery Sir Antoine is compelled again to de cline the invitation for her." Silk from Wood. A plant for making silk from wood, erected near Sydowsaue, Germany, is at present turning out 50 pounds of skein silk a day, which product can be increased in quantity to 2,000 pounds. The silk is soft in texture and creamy in color. Each thread is made up of 18 single strands. A single strand- is hardly perceptible to the naked eye. In strength it is but one-third that of the real silk. When woven into pieces the new substi tute is said to have the appearance ol real silk. Equestrian Statues. South American cities have many equestrian statues, but the most notable is that of Bolivar, the Venezuelan lib erator, which has a prominent place in one of the parks of Caracas. It is esti mated that there are almost 400 eques trian statues in the world. At present Washington has eight, or one-fiftieth of the entire number scattered among the cities of all countries. ConxcientloiiM Tommy. Teacher Thomas, you have been ab sent from school for two weeks. Have you an excuse? Tommy Tucker No. ma'am, I guess I hain't got any. I was sick abed all the time with a bad cold, but maw says it's all my own fault. Chicago Tri bune. Mongolia. Russia's latest acquisition. Mongolia, is more than three-fourths as large as Russia and nearly four times as large as Manchuria, while Mongolia and Man churia together are more than half as large as the United States, exclusive of Alaska and outside possessions. Reception. The case of the Worldly Woman was in some sense baifling. "It is high time she received her de serts." declared Etetributive Justice, "but to-day is Wednesday, and she re ceives only on Tuesdays and Fridays." Detroit Free Press. A Frequent C:tixl rophe. "When Alegernon ieft coiiege we thought he had the world at. his fret." "Yes." answered Miss Cayenne; "I have seen it freejuenHy. A man appear? to have the world at bis feet. And then his foot slips." Washington Star. KansnM AV Ileal. Kansas harvests more wheat than any other state in the union. In its wheat belt of :!0 counties not one coun ty raises less than 1,000,000 bushels. Sumner county has a record of fl.812.102 bushels. YeivKhoya In Vimron-. Newspaper vendors in Moscow are obliged to wear a certain uniform, ami the police e:an prevent them from pur suing their vocatiem if they do not ap pear clean and tidy. IjoiiK-SufTerinKT. Love will bear many burdens and much abuse, but when it does take the bit between its teeth it shows a strong strain of the old mustang blood. Puck. We. Ton, Have Fault. Nothing will make us so charitable and lender to the faults of others as by self-examination thoroughly to know our own. Fenelon. Chens for School. The Russian minister of education is said to have advocated the introduction of chess in schools as a means of devel oping the mind. Three HiteN. Life consists of three bites in Id three things: the teething ring, the apple of knowledge and the dust. N. O. Titnes D?mecrat. lien Your Foot floe to Meep. When the fool has gone to sleep, rub the cords of the leg under the knee and the pain will stop almost instantly. A Kind Frirml. "ijov. are you. old lellow? Arc you keeping strong?" "N'i; 1 in only managing 10 keep out of i:i grave." I'm sorry to hear that." Phil adelphia Telegraph. .;. Fewer !eutlii. . The deaths from consumption. in -New York have decreased 40 per cent.-since its !e'(!;h department began , its cru-' adv::i: m the disease two years ago -, ' fVtiiu Iter Li it fo .auTe.' v iixprwsl; traiiiH-now- run fnjrijf iieflTo"' to Naples .in- SlVir hours. i t i i Dont Dr two extra carriages nnd harness. Deal with the factory. Get oar lowest wholesale rates. Our system of selling direct to customers is saving thousands of dollars to carriage buyers In every corner of the country. Wc quote the same rates to you that we would give the largest wholesale Jobber, and we offer you an assortment to choose from such as no other dealer can show. With every purchase we give the broadest guarantee. If it is not in every way satisfactory, you can return the vehicle to ns and we will pay freight charges both ways, we can also Save two for you on harness Write for our free describe the buggies, made our factory famous for their hich grade. Don't wait until your need is nave tue catalogue oy THE COLUMBUS CARRIAGE & HARNESS CO.. Columbus, 0.. P. 0. Box 772. "So. C4 IJnpKY. Trii-? f390 with leather iU:irt:r Shipment from olmultus. St. Louis. Mo.. Write to Best Dentistry in the Entire West FK RKASOX AND POSITIVE PROOF. READ KRI.OYV. Artlfk-.al Ti-th, Crown ami 1'.: silut-wnrk. DTPASIOTJ lTTTON" BROS.' m tlianicr.i ntist. m:ikir.jr plates, crown 2v . v iiv .,i .J lniir work, imlilu most df-n'ists. is a n:-.tur:d mechanic. an1 ; l.t o 'T :! .irs pi incipally on this une making a success In evi n :r. Tt jnv. ;;.:.s tr. . our t-ai'cty. . v.H ma"-"-- .iir u?th or crown and lo'idgi work Mii you neid not take the work miltss rcifectiy satisfactory. T-on?r' trnsi MOST THOROUGH and .cckm& Jia(j f,T Fei,n and w5tn esy r Illiil it-Ul funded. This is -afa for . is by nature an oporator in this li" rtni1 he knows ju.-i what he can i. Extracting" Al.Iut.Sy Painless. i'.y n Safe Man, at Dut :o:: Hros. Turther Information c;ivn :ntn you can or wr'h us. ;ir, wo will -ati.fy you thjtl ii vl! r-"v 5;1 travel the iem-th or brr.ui'h of Missouri. Nelxn-ka or K:.r.-as 10 procure the s. rvi s of Dutton liro?. We can funiirh ref erences f'-oin many of St. .i"eph":5 most suos anna! business men. 1 "wBMHaMaa No iaro::'jni'ii"e r le:iMi:!..i lr ::. Ii.t-in- . i1.. !:-.; ".! f'-r :n"ri: So. C "er wmnen. S LOOD F5 O ISOS "!' .-ill stsi .T-tt.re.y .-tiiTd and reinovei! from ths system. VAR COO 'JS. -nr-i m T.hy-. yrzU in :5 'Jiiy Stricture otired without .....rii ('" r ' -i :! r Me:li -;em undi-r e.over, letters answered in lii'un 'i;. 5 r:;.it.- ..ii .iii--e;ti:;l. r i" Ev"" " l " S ' ,,ri' ' t'1" f'?''r:i-o Mi-dteal Institute, was "L Z.P - M. ..C ft Tor.. I- :riu,u sii-;:tlist. is:i ynid- laieoi f.: 'a . , t . I v.a-f : 1 ,ly .en .rs. A t;i!;iny"s llcspital. CON'SUT.".; ..-. -. O -:r-: :". 11 10 a. m. J; i. m Snnday nwu'-i.' !it.i! i ! n it. i ; . " cr: ric::A.G7CD :--: it:.;ic.cj.. institute, Z.3 Fhavjo ST. u'OScPH. M5SSOUR1. .V'ZL Steals upon us unawares, causing no pain or other ymptoms to lee ua Know or lis presence uniu n. ud ot Its work in upon the liver. Thousands have Dla- etes and do not and prevents. Why not be safe ? Diabetes Can be Cured Pope's Effervescent Diabethea. SPAglSg: fgS of water before each meal and before i remove all sugar from the urine and rebnild the tissues of the liver ana aia ney.s. Guaranteed to cure or money refunded. If you cannot obtain this prep aration from your druggist .write to as direct for testimonials and Information ST. LOUIS GRANULE CO., "4X'y- MORPHINE Opium, Laudanum, Cocaine and all Drug Habits ! permanently cured, without pain or detention from business, leaving: no craving for drugs or other stimulants. We restore the nervous and physical systems to 1 their natural condition because we remove the causes of disease. A home remedy prepared by an eminent physician. , WE GUARANTEE A CURE FREE TRIAL TREATMENT . Confidential correspondence, especially with physicians, solicited. Write today Manhattan Therapeutic Association Dept. A 1 135 Broadway, New York City ! NeurrJgire ' Rapid Relief from Neuralgia, Rheumatic pains, hnadanhp and all pains and ehes i experience b np hi' a a H tic N'curaigine to the alFceted pHrt. . few applications iuiiiisli the pain pe: in;inently Kvery hoiiH"hold medicine chest should con':iin :n' tie .? till )r yx'itH or mmi direct on receipt of price. NEURAL6INE MANUFACTURING CO.. 24 Vanrip.water WORM s Far 20 Years Has Led all Worm Reitiedtes. V?M& ttroflts when von bar Profits and other horse eaninmenta. illustrated catalogue in which we surreys, phaetons, etc.. that have more pressing; write to-day and you tor i inure use. P. 0. Box 54. Yio.vx SingleStrap nearest office. Boggy Uarm-ss. Price fS.90 SETTER TilAN ANY ihn'e in the V"est. Ti muiful work you have ever p i:n than anywhere else in AH this or mo. icy rc i to pronvisr. frir Dr. Duttoit -has- ; l.t .ars exclusively 11 Eros. DENTISTS 42A4 Felix Sts., St. Joseph, Mo. f A Neryons Debility! Weakness of Men! STRICTURE, VARICOCELE, BLOOD POISON ie i 1) hr'iuie. lllootl. NTni:-,. I'matfiirxl S!;in of both. sexes, nr-jl v.-ii ., others fail. Bock for Van oniy. FHEE at office, or sent -"!' f.r t ;-. ";orit ar.;l Pormanent Cures Guaranteed lr i"cii i:i .ill fr!ii.-. t:f wi:. .! .. 1 1. 1 it: suiiOdij. n.-rviusness. demvileney :-:ir '. r r itt-rra:i v-.'.K Iwk. .si-iihiieut i:i ur:e. eiu. Mir vw know it. Diabethea botn cures retiring at night, will absolutely Street. New York. WHITE'S CREAWTl. I! ve r m fu ce ! rwr3ISI I Corcaa Cinderella. j In Corea the people tell a Cinderella story that is much more ancient tham that familiar to western people. The key of the latter story is the slipper, but not so theirs. Peach Blossom, the Corean Cinderella's name, was the family drudge. One day as the mother was starting off with the favorite daughter to a picnic she said to Peach Blossom: "You must not leave until you have hulled a bagful of rice and filled the broken crock with water." While sit ting there bemoaining her hard lot s-ha heard a twittering and a fluttering of wings. Looking up she saw a flock of sparrows pecking the hulls off the rice. Before recovering from her surprise, a ( little imp jumped out of the fireplace i and so skilfully repaired the crock that J but a few minutes of work was required to fill it with water. Then she went to the picnic and had a royal time. Chi cago Daily News. Scientific PosKibility. A magnificent experiment awaits only an appropriation from some capitalist's wealth. Sir Oliver Lodge mentions that 20 years ago he proved that fog could bo dissipated electrically, and in a dense fog he cleared a space of 50 to 60 yards' radius by means of the discharges from a Wimshurst machine. Only lack of moans prevented an attempt to give London a clear atmosphere. Recent ad vances make possible the desired kind of dynamo for a continuous current, and it is believed that an excessive amount of machinery would not be necessary, for the fogs occur in a still atmosphere, and are seldom of considerable height. Sir Oliver suggests also that rain might be electrically produced, as in India, where the dark monsoon clouds pass over without discharging. Canal Systems of France. Few who bave uot traveled in south ern and central France know of her vast systems of canals and canalised rivers. Many persons spend months or years in Paris and know nothing of the great basins in that city from which canals radiate, binding all parts of France to the great heart of the capital. These canals run into rivers connecting those of the watersheds north, south and west. Through many of these small streams you will see little tow boats puffing, grunting and lifting up a heavy chain from the canalised river bed. winding it round a drum and thus towing long lines of barges with a most economical ex penditure of power. , Sonne of Smell. Old people have an atrophied sense of smell, and they do not seem to be con scious of this infirmity. Even when they 1 can scarcely distinguish one familiar odor in ten. and when they take strong , smelling liquids lor pure water, they assert that they enjoy the perfume of flowers. Their visual images make up 1 for the absence of oll'active images, for they recognize the perfume of flowers when they are able to see them. The ol l'active image thus has an independent intellectual existence, since it is capa ble of functional revival. Iltn Innlne. "Jack Bachelor," said Mrs. Hen peck, "says that he doesn't propose to som j pretty girl because lie fears a rejection. He says he cannot imagine anything more terrible than a rejection." J "Huh!" responded Mr. Henpeck, tak ing his life in his hand, "there's a more terrible thing than that." i "What, I'd like to know?" j "An acceptance. Ouch! leggo! Can't, you tell when a man's joking?" Heus-1 ton Post. How to Tell Time. "Wait a second," she said, as he stepped into the store. "Certainly," he replied, and when he had been uptown, looked through his mail, spent, two hours on 'change, and taken luncheon at the club, he re turned and found her just emerging from the door. Cincinnati Commer cial. Kiiulf Vre Dcfenti. Yui can't conquer the world with an army of faults, however large it may be. X. O. Times-Democrat. Co Join bin 11 ont ltut ionn. Colombia has had seven constitu tions and the title of the republic hag been changed three times. In tbe Hritiwh .Mueum. The entire collection ot" coins and medals in the British museum consists of about 250,000 specimens. I ndolnur the Wroofr. A noble part of every true life is to learn to undo what has been wrongly done. Uivarol. When tli Itnliy Unlkx. Ten per cent, of ali the children of the world walk by the time they are ten months old. Lsiuscblrr. A woman who laughs has a sense of humor; a man who laughs may be only friendly. . ... Feed for Hefiectlo.. ..jJl man's ..eflsctions. on. others const!- tu.t a.Xair .reflecUon of-himself. Rm' Vft- . v --s Horn. WANTED FAITHFUL PERSON TO TRAVEL for well established house in a few counties, railing on retail merchants and agents. Local territory. Salary $1024 a year and expenses advanced. Position permanent, business successful and rushing. Standard House, 33 Dearborn St Chicago. WANTED SEVERAL INDUSTRIOUS PER sons in each state vO travel for house'estab lished eleven years and with a large capital, to call upon merchants and agents for suc cessful and profitable line. Permanent en gagement. Weekly cash salary of tl8 and all traveling expenses and hotel bills advanced in cash each week. Experience not essential Mention reference and enclose self-addressed envelope. TH E NATIONAL, 334 Deaborn Su Chicago, 111. DR. FENNER'S KIDNEY and Backache All diseases of Kidneys, Bladder, Urinary Organs. Also Rheumatism, sack ache.HeartDIsease.Gravel. Dropsy, Female Troubles. CURE Don't become discouraged. There is a cure for you. If necessary write Dr. Feuner. U' lias .-.pent, a life time curing hist such cases as vours. All consultations Free. "I had severe cae of kidney disease and rheumatism, discharging bloody matter. Suffered intense pain My wife was seriously affected with female troubles. Dr. Fenncr's Kidney and RuekarheO:reured us both. F. M. WHEELER. Randolph. Ia." Truggtets.50e..$l. Ask forCook Book Free. ST.VITUS'DANCE SSSSrSSSSfe"? Sold by C. O. Proud, Oregon, Mo. Final Settlement. Notice is hereby given to all creditors and others interested in the estate of John II. Kinney, deceased, that the. undersigned exe cutor fn charge of said cstate.intendstoniake a tinal settlement thereof at the next term of the probate court of Holt county, sla teof Missouri, to bo begun and hohlen at Oregon on t he St h day of Febrnarv. l'.W. W. A. K1NNEV. Executor. .Mother Ciray's Sweet Towderf For Childen, Successfully used by Mother Gray, nurse in the Children's Home in New York, Cure Fe verishness, Bad Stomach, Teething Disorders, move and regulate the Rowels and Destroy Worms. Over 3uxi testimonials. THEY NEVER FAIL. At all druggiM. -V. Sam ple FREE. Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Rov. X- Y. Reduced to FIFTY CENTS A YEAR w Idea mail's Formerly One Dollar agazine r 'Frs Is the cheapest and best Fashion Magazine now be thi American public It shows Ideas in Fashions, ka Millinery, 1 rrnbroidery, in Cooking, in :an's Vork and ia Reading; .at:ful!y illustrated tm oabrsand oiack and white. Akw all, tt vs the very fashionable New Idea - 'es. made from New I oka Pat which cost 9sxlf Oc each. Send Five Cents To-day -Aslreto copyef I ike. ai-id so mooay It a great 3 31W IDEA ?WTOYT CO. ( Are You Restless at Night 'And harassed by a bad cough? Use I Ballard's Horehound Syrup, it will se jcure you sound sleep and effect a I prompt and radical cure. 25c, 50c and $1.00. Sold by Hinde Drug Co. Get a Home in the Northwest. Low One-Way Settlers' Rates to the Northwest and California. From March 1 to April .'JO, 190L the r 1: . 1. 1 rl omst rates to Montana, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, California. The reduc tion is from 25 to 40 per cent, from the regular rates. ! THE WAY TO 60.' i "The Burlington-Northern Pacific Ex J press," with chair cars and Tourist I sleepers, is the great daily through train into the Northwest via Billing9, Mon i tana. Through rates and tickets also to the Northwest via St. Paul and the Gre-it. Northern and Northern Pacific roads. ALIF0RN . .loin tne Burlington's personally con ducted weekly California -xcursions in through Tourist simpers via Denver, through Scenic Colorado and Salt Lake City by daylight HOME-SEEKERS' EXCURSIONS on the first and third Tuesdays of each . month. ' Write for rate?, routes, train- service,- folders, berths and other information. K. II. UOZIKK, W.1KKI-KY. f) v Amt jxtl, afl,i yKnx tcM p. -. r:?"'1;"- , H jn,,,;.M'"- ' viXK IIO E . Atffiil, rnrfrM City, Mo.