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RIFLE OPISTOL CAR.TRIDCES.
" It's th shots that hit that count. " Winchester Riflo and Pistol Cartridge In all caliber hit, that is, they shoot accurately and strike a good, hard, penetrating- blow. This is the kind of Cftrtriiiges you will get, If you insist on having the time-trie-Winchester make. ALL DIALERS SEI-L, WIHCHtlTKI MAKS Of CARTKIDOttL o ! ill t A NO MONEY 111 I I I I ' .mm; ! w fit Ktn. tin ti t Fia t' V 'J tf i m4 mf m r n , NO MONEY TILL CURED. 8 " tMuw. ..,. ft.l f - - ...1, . ua . ... . . . . . . . , ... 3U? GOLD COPE Do you knorr that a cold cannot exist If tlis bowels are thoroughly cleansed end active? Dr. Caldwell's ttAMVVt) a Is the best medicine for a col J. t twin euro the younn est child or oldest suf ferr. Try It, 50o and 31.C0 at year drunslsts. PCPtIN SYRUP CO.. rrtlc.lio, IIL Mi WE DEMAND YOLR ATTCNTIOM. I anyona cUcrtd ywi a good 4oH lor an imperfect ens 'would yoa Uaa 17 V anyona oTrcd yoa an jood" oSUr lor 7$ nU ot ba4 money would you Ukf il f tV offer yc n ouncu of tKs very bc4 itarOi made be 10c No other brand fc to joo4 ytt a3 other cott 10c. ke 12 ouncaa. Oun k a buw DropotCJon, DCrTANC STROt a the but and thcpeiL 't Juarnl 1 uLofactcy. . Aii your J nxcr. TVs OLTIaNCE STARCH CO, Cmaha. Neb. 50,000 AnEniCfiHS VrlNK XWf LCOMIO TO iM Western UdlldUd TVtf r svttk tkM fl'.n e iho Grata aa4 letat'tr I 4 at svrtMw Ad nfw. kar wVtltrwei LAuriax isarontf I A kM (( Off IK flk. Sr4 tl , Uar4 tl g4a tSMttA --. s4a. 1 w Room (or Millions. rati iimmima ik r lianlm, Msilwmra. KutiU, t llano M, IPI'if M Hulwlat4u).t4 Immif taiUKt. IHtaw. I 1 t. l ...lu.a. h& li W, huxk um, . Cii. M v CAPSICUU Y&SEL1HE s-T rr i (Ni i wt! s ti A arJertHwl ds-eti ki 1( Isa5aii f ftf tstxra ft: 4 Wttl '4 t.V f lit ftU 4r' 1 braj fvuai Ui$ fd lU'i tit.e i4 tli O-O mdriU L II !! thm awtafcr WW, Hr-et tlt eSt a. '-r wvii4 v s rw- ms,,rM ti ih t-i tv4 el teN o att t.t itH r.vw. aa. !tO a aa ia Jr a ta4 jftet avsatat. a mad ail fbsxtMiir. so.ai i 4 a.Mit satwif Utfi. A "i rs al lain ftl II. n. U .U W a'.'ia ttur ft4iarulat. Maitf r-Ts l ' taeal f ail r'ava: a t " I .ft S al aU diHi . tUahkiw, sr l-T .a-ttt- lh. ant -esnl WS r-";' VHa a t-ut-a t fttatL hes B'lwia hpu4 v acetea Vf ii f'W h asf,a faUIaa a.l UUej t, a MH4al II U aWt UaiM, Ciii " nwiH'siii mmi. ck. n (SSealaS V4 (, Si uti CirV J i t I W ailleaa, aa, , aui'wiru!,y Prosrouea Clftim. 1 ,w ( . n. ( - "a 1 at let . I -"riV I MU U , aaaatai4i'aa masn a. 1 i.' aa f a W .t . I A i . x . al i l'- VbSJH T MtA'tl I awtdirat ess h L. I I" U ho nnif n-se . tart few FREE I J-c. ric.'!,V--,.. W. N. U, KANSAS CITY, NO. It, 103 If i,. I ti 4a I ti it ,t . I 1 I la ' h ,'. -i 1 mm na M . 0 rt-, nuu.ia tm4 N WllO, inn O.k (., ,. l,if. Usee et Plaster. The annual consumption nf calcined plaster and wail planter ran not be estimated, but It Id very large. Mot I Chinese houses are built of cheap trick, and ara plastered both itmble and out. 1-arse quantititw of plaster ara also used for th nmllnit of Chi nese graves, alrnxst ail of then being entirely covered with It, Lew Railroad Far In India. Flretciasa raiiway fare in India la 1f than one half a cent mils. rood nnnisErFEU Y" th J"- Tint a whi tber tmr Red CwblllllM. AtiWiluggttMra.acweU. Babies cry nxiet vhra tbey realize that they look like aoma of their rela tion. T Par a. eVM In r in t Take Laxativ broaio tjtitnlne Tateeia. AH drugiwu refund aoooay if it (ails to cur. ifto. Any work ta eay enough after you once set down to it. .Item's nulla; r. Left In quirk order after taking 10 iIum of Ir. klrvln'a Hheumatlc Cur,, tablet form, 7fc do lir. rrtttald. DR. PK1RV1N CX.. LA C14CFSE, WI8. (W. N. V.) November la the month for atuffing urkeya Sod ba:Ut boiea. ri i n miij f in i vawwM rat d.f --f Ir kiwi ln1 a.ul 1 IKFK .H tt-Ml hocti. 4 xwtum. lav av a. auu, L-mu. mi u bv, t r 'i-Va. ll A girl iwj't nwest-aiily timid lit- c-aute ibe jumps al a ptoMtval. ON THE "DUDE" TRAIN. Johnny Drummer, Who la Side- Trackad to let the Limited Go By, Expresses His Sentimanta Regarding That Superb Train, "Tt baa been my drrtn of )pt aapretca To rido la pluah and vajret aptouiur I'arltT car tor a aweU MlpoJ. j- Platform froratd with a aTll braaa feeder Oa lb lUraar Liwiled IVvia Flertrtr betl riht under your dim I'urter to craw and brub your ctolhea Grub ia ths diorr tba Iml that grvw A downy btink for a otifbt 'a rrpoa Ob the HcfcTibir Umlleralu Cauar rtliT". Iianrl a aiUe a minute No olbmr Bietbud of travel la ia it I Waul to (ro r1piin(r, akippltuj and eipfirg Away uo tbe Luuitl Train." Thea line are not original with me. Tber are taken from a tuneful little ditty sung In Gwrge Ade'a comeJy "Pggy frcim Taria." The Jlt:ple ilanced thrvuU my brain the other day aa we lay on the ald'.r.g at Prairie Junction or some such pUce. to let tbe fanta Fe'a weat bound California Limited go by. It waa a gorgeoua train of pal ac cars, and behind tbe plate glass ''.hfii.uuo auiuuai oeauty and faab tou and youth and old age were tolling a mora the luauriant cuabtoos, aom viaitlcg. aoma reading, some pleaa antly doxlng. aoma making wreath ot cigar amok, some gating dreamily through tbe windowa at tbe patng of rttlea, and fields, and forests and rlv era. 1 stood on tbe rear platform of the last car of our train and watched th California Limited aa aba faded away toward Ibe gu!J weaL And tboUKbt of the difference between travel now and travel la tb dare of '49. ben It took tb ai!d aerker half a long, weary year, filled with all kinds ot bardxb to travel tbe diatauce that la now covered In three days, I thought of th slowly moving wnne, tbe dtial. the stunt's, tbe jolting, tbe thirst, tb hunter, tbe bomeMrknena, the snail Ilk rrtwalnr of plains, Ibe laborhiu rllirtiir.c of mountain, th wear drafting weeks, th never ending tial In thi pa'an-a Ibat bad juat glided by aero tetile goliig to tbe same place to spend tba winter month share tbe Climate la t-erjelual a am mer. And they taere not to euJur alnele bardahlp on the journey. When night cam they were to 1: a bUs aboae soft embrace miKw sleep a luxury and in the day tlui (he velvet cublomt f Iheir seat aer to be mad deeper atl'.l by plikiwa and tbey were to spend a dallct.lful part of their time la the gilded an flittering dining tar. wtu-ro ever) taluty that ever tickled the palate outii-lcsly served In short, tbey were to have oa tk trip all the comforts ol home aad of the beat kind ot horn I stood there and watched tbem paaa nut of s'Kbt ahllo my stMtl as con turned ulth envy, lint I derived at.ru. oonaolatloa out of reaolvlug tbat som time I, tix. would see i ai.rurnla, an I premised myafif that if 1 ever did there It be mould be over the ban la re, JOHNNY nnVMUER.' Pom ten a t Orat aid reason ai lerward. BEGGS CHERRY C0UG! SYKLP cures cousbs and cuida. '3fa ' A-.. ' 'ev 5 -4 - "a. C Ideal Typa of Hog, To vUltlne many hnde and flcxfca I a been rooat itronglr loipraiawd Ith tba fart that tbera la no tit. I formlty of type in tbem. Kach maa a all acrta of typa and klnda la bis herd or flock, aaya rrofeaoor O. E Day, cf Gut'Tpb. Tba taault la tbsf tfwy breed up a flH k or fcerd that IU eer b of any ue In tba country Each young breeder, and old one-, too. w tdat matter, niaat Cud exit bat ia t!ie right type; then Bet Mile up aa J! Idrnl end work to It. Too cannot rh yrnr ?eal at r.nce. ft may taWa ten, ffteen, tuerity or tven f'jrty yeara to do ao, and perliara yoa may nover reach It, but keep ft e-rer leffre iu. uerer lo aleht of It for an in- aUnt, nor Jet anythina; else drira it away. Ion will Cud that tba roan who make a loccenn of bree11nr la a who aticka to bla Ideal with, at it were, a btiTl Aog tenacity, and thonth ba may not become famous. e will at leat maka a nam fnr blmse!f In bis apbere of life. I would emphaRtze tbe Importance of netting the right type fixed In one's mind aa n Ideal. There la a type of hog tbat tires the bert bacon, and If the pro duction of bacon hops la the Ideal a man baa set up for himself, then be should get aa near to the Ideal type aa possible. Some breeds cf boga coma much nearer that typa than others. n judging of the length of a bog It a not enough that be should be long from tbe nose to tbe tall, but It la of pecial importance that be should be long between shoulder and bam. I hare beard some people aay that It costs more to produce the bacon type of bog than the fat kind. I want to give you thla for your encouragement !t baa never been proved that It does cost more. Our experiments bow very conclusively that It does not nec- eeaarily cost more to produce a pound of gain In a good bacon hog than la fat hog. and that a good bacon bog Is an economical producer. The sare and the Foal. Marea after being bred should not be worked for a few days, after which they may be worked right up to the day they foal, providing you have tbe igbt kind of work for tbem to do. rites John Gardbouse. Tbey should not be hltchr-d to any very heavy loads, or on to a tongue that will strike tbem In the aide, and they bculd not be backed when heavy with foal. After fall plowluK ia done and you have no further work for tbem. do not tie tbem in the etable ni) i,j them stand without any exercla: -- is too audden a change. Let tbem cut In tbe yard for exercise every after noon, unless Tery stormy. A lew weeks before foaling, feed a little flax need along with boiled oau and bram Never allow the foal to run after tb mare ' when working. Al ways keep it to a ktoee box. well bedded, and wits plenty ot light. but no bolea which tt can get Its bead through. Alwaya glv tbe foal little feed when you take tbe mare out. Vnleas yon are working a long distance from tbe barn. It will pay to lake tbe mare In during the forenoon and afternoon, giving ber a drlr.it and baneful of oata, aud let the foal suck, thus helping the mare and also tbe foal. When the foal la aeaned. fed It often with guod clover bay, chopped oata and bran, and all the milk it will take. Winter well the first nter. Many foala are allowed to inter around straw stacks and oa poor, dry feed, and are very Utile heavier In tbe spring than wbea weaned In the fall. Swlaa Dairy Cattle. Tbe rattle of the aevera! cantons of Switzerland noted for their dairying differ mainly la color and name. Tbe lVernolae. Frlbourgeolae and bitumen thai cattle are all spotted, and bave yellows, rede end browns mixed with white la varying decrees and aa in flatty of patterns. Those with red or yellow !ota uually bave lipbt mux- ties and aailcbes, while black nose and tail accompany the brown and black upote. The Bcbaya breed, bet ter known as tbe Prown Swiss, baa Uwn eetabltahed In tbe United State f..r about thirty yeara. AH theao Swis rattle are exceellngly coarse boned, large framed aud buavy. TttJ are eacewimifly active tor their aixe, famou niuntain ellmbcra, but carry a great euKrrlutty of fienh for dairy enln.sU, bardly compeuaatcd for by their rverfortnanee at the pall. Th K'tnmentbaia are the largeat, anj by some preferred for milch atock, but unbiased lUiikee generally give the Urow a Saiaa first place tor dairy pur yoj.es . In America tbe laat named race has luclud-.-d oowa which bava made famous record lu BiHh and but tcr prvJuctioo; but, as a whole, all gwlaa cattle must be ber regarded as ot tbe "dual purpose" hind, and itie means tbat tb.y are not evpected to add much to the value of our dairy stock. Henry li Alvord. Try Some Roota. XIar.v farmers are feeding some rcns to their poultry in winter. About everylbing In this line baa ba tried and niat thlnas with success. Beets are split aud the fowl are allowed to pick at tbem at their leisure. Car rots are equally serviceable, and tbe fowla seem to like them better tha they do beets. Only a tew should be fed at a time, aa freth one are aiore Ukely to be eateo than old ones. Many a man thinks be Is reasoning a Kb you when be la luerel? arguing. ADMIRAL SCHLEY ENDORSES PERUNA. Pc-ru-na Drug Co., Columbus, Ohio: Gentlemen: "J can cheerfully say that Mrs. Schley has taken Pc-ru-na and I believe with good effect." V. S. SCHLEY. Washinzton, D. C ADMIRAL SCHLEY, one vi the frrrcmost notable heroesof the Nineteenth Century. A runic that fctart3 terror in the heart of every Spaniard. A man of Mead y nerve, clear head, undaunted courage and prompt t'e kinn. Approached by a friend re ent!y, Mf opinKn was asked as to the efiicacy of Pcruna. the national catarrh remedy. Without the f light est hesit-iti"on he fcave this remedy his en dorsement. It appeared on later conversa tion that I'eruna has been used in his family, where it is a favorite remedy. Such endorsements serve to indicate the wonderful hold that Feruna has upon the minds of the American people. It is out of the question that so great and famous a man as Admiral Schley could have any other reason for giving his endorsement to Petuna than his positive conviction that the remedy is all that he says it is. The fact is that Peruna. has overcome all Ask Your Druggist m 8D30S aed every wadulay wiil make yoor cknbea conntry cue Red Crou Ball Hloe ao' e- v A true friend Is one who never re minds you of your best traits. Tbe well earned reputation and inrma Irig popularity of tbe Lewia' ' Mcfrie Kmi-r," wru.ht ie eisar. ia due to tue maintained hub qualitv and appreriati ut tbe amok.tr. Lewi' iattory, I'eorm, lii. The dark ages are those pera;ciEg to women of unquestionable years. Any one can dye with PCTNAM FADELESS DYE; ao experience re euired. A good son rcaketh a good husband -tut ba la worthy ot a better fate. e:v-hac Why rough, when for IV: and tbla roti you get 15 doix-s of an aheo Intrly gwarmateed emigb ear in taf U-t torai. poetpatd. ISC 6KIRVIN CO, LA CROSSE. WTS. W. N. U.) ve eorje-umntjon aoeciaiist fills bis . . vi. nn.-rVera. liO eitrilt VI r W rB. W Im.. For rki 4raa Uri:, ao'jt T-"P- -.oafaawc'"----! Dr. Parwer'e moriaL The atainednlaas window . the memory of Dr. Parker In the City Tem pi B, London, repreaenu St. Paul a fare- ell to the elders at Epnesua. ice farea of the elders form a noble and striking group. Underneath are the words: -Sorrowing moat of a, I t r.at they should see his face no more. In th lower panel there la a very Baa portrait of Dr. Parker. Vrste Land in Franca. France, though supposed to be the moat highly cultivated country, baa Jl.OOO.O&tf acres ot forest and 1700.- CK0 of waste land. Bird s Neet Soup. Tba birds' nests used for soap are tittle gelatinous things made ap pria rlpally from the aallva of liny blrda of China. Toe Late to Act, Whilst we sure considering wear w are to begin. It I often too late to act. Qulotllllan. Stirred into boiling; hot water to is A iolisioEis lot m Its Carer delicloui; tha klai cf fcKJ that the syteta tk-uu.r.i tJ tuaae the renres stronf, the tnuc!e firm, tha aim clear, and lich Mood lor rt(etrt fcea.;th. Ss-rved hct or cold; fjrall cUsves. Voua,f children, cldcziy prrscn and inva'iJa will fud it Palalsbla Hulrlliaus Easjf cf DigGslisn end H::dy to Ea! Pikw, the crwator el A eoa M cwatalaiKa P;ifi fc FSICE CLnlL FCC3 CC"?T, for free Pc-ru-na whit aa snow and aa beasti'cl aa bea e. try it oac and ytm w-.ll ane tbe dirlere; ;r arss7 far jj Smokeless Powdor KITKO CIU3 i HRHOW SHOT SHELLS are wl&niar everywboe at the tragboot. iagtodT.ameata. Loaied with A N Y sumdard tmoktiaa pow. dcr, aod for sale EVIITWHMX. i--e4fyU..C Lsaawawoa-.-aTw if The Uokm KetaCIc CsrtrMgc Ca. 0 wvwwa w sen- saw- W j CKA1X, PMVISICKS, STCCKS. lrs5i ts-n stoat a at. ajuuas crrr, raivaTB wtar m t. iti. rmicaco a& saw loaa Our IxoJi MtAafrw M iviataae Yr4hmg. as4Kaii.r avaaaar at tAa-risa,- mix Oui-orwnraeff-.vca pwia. ert S aiscauow Tbe hoccMy of never been tested. u-ts of men bas Pont you know that Defiance Starch beaidea being afcaoiute'.J aupe rior to any otter, la pat aa 1 ounce ta package and sella at a am a price) aa IS-ounce packages ct ether kiti A man aeldom lets until ba gets tight. hitTMtf tooae I aa sar Puas Cw- tar CucumpttM asiwd mf 1U tan raara arw-Mi-- TWoa. H.-mmM. ataa Birav SorMca. .VI, rv IT. SrUa, The irl with dreamy eje may eUU be eery wide awake. 'OQtnos the consistency of thick cream, aerreJ hot niia crtara S3 J akxr, tLaie no breaklat 1 kkI that cao comjvue wilh ran waaiMaaww LVIIEAT FiJluE CELEI1V IV. TrW Creaia lV.!cr aaJ rw"Jvio V-Aoi'-i Kttracta, tt cai.t rva wr 4a a tveS ewutwd tr w r 4 4raa. FOt SALI BY LKAOIMa CROCX!.. opposition and ha? von its way to the hesrts of the peop'e. The nat-'fal tirni-hty whk.h ro many I have? felt a Wot givir; en dorsements r any rerr.Hy is p.tvtr way. Gratitude and a desire to ht'p others has inspired thousands cf people to Rive r.tit! testimrjria!s f- r Penrna who heretofore wc-'.l r.ot h ive consented to such puL'..ci:y. Never before in the annals of rr eii.cir.e has it happened that so many men of national and tntcrnationaJ reputation have been wn" ir.g to give or.qca!f .ed anI fublic er.dcrie mcr.ts to a jroj-rjetary remedy. So amour. t of advertising could have accomplished S2ch a result. Peruna has won on its on merits. Peruna cures catarrh cf whatever f.hae.cr location in the human body. That is why it receives so many notable and cnijue en dorsements. Address The Peruna Drug M'fg Co., Co lumbus, Ohio, for free literature cn catarrh. A lmanac for 1904. Tb ml ooa&pe-st x -e- A3 a Keri wfl it. Ia-re ra-.a Sr leacS I 1 IPMHfMQUISH j tfflGlBRQY, I AKGELTHOU: I Sold EvERYiYNiPJ:. 3 e . f-aw l"-N. 1 s 5 a. wr