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That Cry -"Oh, My Back!"
The little missionary, Doan's Kidney Pills, free trial," carries ease, rest, comfort. Most people need Kidney help; they who choose Doan's get It help that last. i Deemtei.d, Ind. "When I sent for the trial box of Doan's Kiduey Pills I had been afflicted for two months with pain in my back so bad that I could not get from the bouse to the barn. It was called rheumatism. I could get no relief from the doctors. I liegan to improve on taking the sample and got two boxes at our druggists, aud, although C3 years of agn, I am almost a new man. I was troubled a good deal w ith my water had to get up four and five times a night. That trouble is over with aud once more I can rest the night through. My backache is all gone, and I thank you ever so much for the wonderful medicine, Doan's Kidney Pills." Jno. II. Hi'iiKit, President Hidgeville, Indiuua, State Bank. BRT.nrxo. Mtcn., Jan. 14, 190a "I re ceived trial box of Doan's Kidney Pills. They did me lots of good. I can now go to bed and lie on my right side the pain there is all gone, also the stomach distress and belching of gas is all stopped, with the use of two boxes." Mrs. J. S. Belm, K F. D. No. 2, Heading, Mich. BEAUTY AND PURITY Ancient and Modern Ideas on the Subject. Time and Disease the Effacing Agents of Beauty. What Has Science Done to Restore the Lily and the Rose? Socrates called beauty a short-lived tyrauny, Plato a privilfne of nature, Theocritus a delightful prejudice, Theophrastus a sil. tit cheat, Carneades a solitary kingdom. Homer a glorious gift of nature, Ovid a favor of the gods. Aristotle alllrmcd that beauty was better than all the letters of recom mendation In the world, and yet none of these distinguished authorities has left us even a hint of how beauty is to be perpetuated, or the ravages of age and disease defied. Time soon blends the lily and the rose into the pallor of age, disease dots the fair face wllh cutaneous disfigurations and crimsons the Roman nose with unsightly flushes, moth, if not rust, corrupts the glory of eyes, teeth, and bps yet beautiful by defacing the complexion, and fills the sensitive soul wiili agony unspeakable. If such be the unhappy condition of one afflicted wlt!i Might skin blemishes, what must bo the feelings of those in whom torturing humors have for years run riot, covering the skin with scales and sores aud charging the blood with poisonous elements to become, a part of the system until death? It is vain to attempt to por tray such suffering. Death In many eases might be considered a blessing. The blood and fluids seem- to be Im pregnated with a flery element which, when discharged through the pores upon the surface of the body, Inflames and burns until, in his i (Torts for relief, the patient tears the skin with his nails, and not until the blood flows docs sti'iiclcnt relief come to cause liliu to desist. Thus do complexional defects merge Into torturing disease, and piqued van ity give place to real suffering. A little wart on the nose or cheek grows ttítrte1trtftírTeurlng lupus, a patch of tetter on the palm of the hand or on the limbs suddenly envelops the body In its flery embrace, a bruise on the leg expands into a gnawing ulcer, which reaches out its fangi. 'jd the sufferer's heart in every paroxysm of pain, a small kernel In the neck multiplies Into a dozen, which eat away the vitality, great pearl-like scales grow from little rash-like inflammations in such abun dance as to pass credulity; and so on mav we depict the sulferings to which poor human nature is subject, all of which Involve great mental distress because of persoual disfigurations. If there were not auotlier external disease known, eczema alone would be a sufflcieut Infliction on mankind. It pervades all classes, and descends Im partially througt generations. Willie some are constantly enveloped in It, others have it confined to small patches in the ears, on the scalp, on the breast, on the palms of the hands, on the limbs, etc., but -everywhere its distinctive feature Is a unall watery blister, which discharges an acrid fluid, causing heat, inflammation, and iutense Itching. King-worm, tetter, scalled head, dandrufl', belong to this scaly and Itching order of diseases. Psoriasis, our modern leprosy, with Its mother-of-pearl scnle, situated on a reddened base, which bleeds upon the removal of the scale, is to be dreaded and avoided, as of old. Im petigo, barber's itch, erysipelas, and a score of minor disorders make up in part the catalogue of external discuses of the skin. Thus far we have made no allusion to those afflictions which are manifestly lmpu titles of the blood, viz.: swelling of the glands of the throat, ulcers on the neck aud limbs, tumors, abscesses, and mercurial poisons, with loss of hair, because the whole list can be compreheuded iu the one word scrofula. It Is In the treatment of torturing, disfiguring humors and affections of the skin, scalp, and blood, wllh loss of Lair, that the Cuticura remedies have achieved their greatest success. Orig inal in composition, scientifically com pounded, absolutely pure, unchangeable iu any climate, alway s ready, and agree able to the most delicate and sensitive, they present to young and old the mo.-t successful curative of modern times. This will be conslde cd strong language by those acquainted with the character and obstinacy of blood and skin humors but it is justified by In numerable suc cesses where all the remedies and meth ods iu vogue have failed to cure, aud, In many cases, to relieve, even. The Cuticura treatment is at once agreeable, speedy, ecouomical, and comprehensive. Bathe the affected parts freely with hot water and Cuti cura soap, to cleanse the sur ace of crusts and scales, and soften the thickened cntlcle. Dry. without hard rubbing, and apply Cuticura Ointment I - - BeuU 4 Ctuti In Slump fnr Aluminum Combined Coiiili mill Paper Cutter to WUODWOKT1I-WALLACE COLI.KUK8, Denver. CY? COLORADO' Qu Completa in alt depirttneut. ' Lea son i b MilL CuUlug and IruU Lwmüuí Frj. ituvr. uc.1í.:n Thompson's Eji Watir Mb H cunts ifitRE tt list fai. But GoutfA bjrup. ium uooo. um In Un. Sold brdnKrmtfc neve Aching back are cased. T!ip, bacV, and loin pains overcome. Swelling of the limits aud dropsy signs vanish. They correct urine with brick dust sedi ment, hiijli colored, pain in passing, drib bling .frequency, bed wetting. Douna Kidney Pills remove calculi and gravel Relieve heart palpitation, sleeplessness, headache, nervousness, dizziness. FREE. CREATED FOD SICK KIDNEYS, .Jf Kidnsg V mis. "SFUlf tc. t i- ríe send me by mail, without charge, trial box Doan's Kulni-y l'ills. ICame .. Tost office State (Cut out coupon nn itottcl linen ttnd nmll to VotU'i-iiitmru l.i., liml'alu, N. T.) to allay Itching, irritation, and Inflam mation, and soothe anil heal, and, la.tly, take Cuticura Hesolvent, to cool and cleanse the blood. This treatment af fords Ins-ant relief, permits rest and sleep iu the severest forms of eczema and other Itching, burning, and scaly humors, aud points to a speedy, perma nent, and economical cure of tortutlng, disfiguring humors, eczemas, rushes, aud Inflammations, from infancy to age, when ill other remedies and the best physicians fall. The remedies con stituting the Cuticura system will repay an individual scrutiny of their remark able properties. Cmicura Soap contains In a modified form the medicinal properties of Cuti cura (Hutment, the great skin cure and purest and sweetest of emollients, com bined with the most delicate and re freshing of flower odors. It purities and invigorates the pores of the skin, and imparts activity to the oil glands and tubes, thus furnishing an outlet for unwholesome matter, which If re tained would cause pimples, black heads, rashes, oily, motliy skin, and other complexional t'lsllguralioig, as well as scalp affections aud Irritations,' falling hair, aud baby rashes. Its gen tle and continuous action on thctiatural lubricators of the skin keeps the latter transparent, soft, flexible, aud heulthy. Hence Us constant use, assisted ly nn occasional use of Cuticura Ointment, realizes the fairest complexion, the softest, whitest hands, and the most luxuriant, glossy hair within the do main of the most advanced scientific knowledge to supply. Cuticura Ointment is the most fnc cessful external curative for torturing, distlgnring humors of the tkin and sculp, includ.ng loss of hair, In (roof of which a single anointing vlth it, preceded by a hot bath with Cuticura Soap, and followc I In the severercases by a full dose of Cuticura hesolvent, is sufficient to tiffin! immediate relief in the most distressing forms of itching, burning, and fcaly humors, permit rest and sleep, and point to a speedy cure when all other rcm dies fail. It Is espe cially so In the treatment of infants and children, cleansing, soothing, and healing the most distressing of Infan tile humors, and preserving, purifying, and beautifying the skiu, scalp, and hair. Cuticura Ointment possesses, at the same time, the charm of satisfying the simple wants of the toilet of all ages, in caring for the skin, scalp, hair, and hands f ir more effectually, agreeably, and economically than the most expensive of toilet emollients, wlill.i free from iveiy ingredient of a doubtful or dai gerous character. Its "One Nlaht Tn-utiin nt of the Hands," or " Single Treatment of the Hair," or use after athletics, cycling, golf, ten nis, riding, sparring, or any sport, each In connection wllh the use of Cuticura Soap, Is sufficient evidence of this. Of all remedies for the purification of the blood and circulating fluids, none approaches In specific medical action Cuticura Kcsolvent. It neutiallzes and resolves away (hence its name) fcrofu lous, inherited, and other humors in the blood, which give rise to swellings of the glands, pains In the bones, and torturing, disfiguring eruptions of the skin and scalp, with loss of liulr. Cuticura Hesolvent extends its puri fying Influence by means of the pores to the surface of the skin, ullaying irritation, Inflammation, itching, and burning, and soothing and healing. Hence Its success in the treatment of distressing humors of the skin, scalp, and blood, wit li loss of hair, which fall to be permanently cured by external remedies alone. The grandest testimonial that can be offered Cuticura remedies is their world-wide sale, due to the personal recommendations of those who have used them. It is difficult to realize the mighty growth of the business dono under this name. From a small begin ning iu the simplest form, against prej udice and opp isitlon, against monied hosts, countless rivals, and trade In difference, Cuticura remedies have be come the greatest curatives of their time, and, in fact, of all time, for no where iu the history of medicino Is to be found ano1 her iipprouching them In popularity and sale. In every clime and w ith every people they have met Willi the same reception. The confines of the earth are the only liml s to their growth. Tliey have conquered the world. To tho test of popular judgment all things mumianc must Anally come. The civilized world has rendered Its verdict In favor of Cuticura. GOLD L ABEL BAKING POWDER 250JESFOH Z5?S!& SATISFACTION GUARANTE CO OR MONEY RtTUNDtD W. N. Ur- DNVER.-NO. 7-1 803. IQiea Aasweriig Advertlstmeit tiaúif Xeniioo Thla Ttott, 8 WATCH THAT WAS Invaluable R:Kc K:vV ia The watih which expert antiquar ians declare to be the original time piece worn by Faul Revere, the pa triot courier, on the nisht of his fa mous ride to l.e:.inpton, is now in the possession of a Maiden man, who prizes it particularly because of a lat ter day rumanic in which it had a prominent pail. Mr. Frederick Lincoln Crane, the owner, is a musitian. and the watch i stands to him as a precious souvenir of his father's first meeting with his mother. Mrs. Susan Hooker Dwight Crane, by whose decease the watch lias now come to him. Paul Revere left this watch by his will to his son, Joseph Revere, who In turn passed it down to Col. Fred erick W. Lincoln o Canton, bis neph ew, and the revolutionary scout's grandson. Frederick V. 1 incoln. the mayor of lioston, was adopted by Col. Lincoln, and because, oí this, as well as from the fact that he was the patriot Pauls Rrcat-grandson. he would have been the natural l:eir to the watch. Hut Col. Lincoln r ml in the present own er's rather. Dr. I'hinous Miller Crane, late of Kast Huston, a friend as near and dear to him us Damon was to Pythias. Dr. Crane war, the son of Maj-Oen. Elijah Crane, ho commanded the troops in New England during the war or 1S12. Dr. Crane was often at his friend's home, in Canton, nnd there one day he met the young lady with whom he fell in love, and whom he resolved to many. He had just been graduated WHEN THE "BONES" Smsii Boy of a Generation Ago Invariably Had a Lo-iin tj 3.:ot.; a Minstrel 'At one of the variety theaters the other nlg'it," said the man with tie double chin, "there was a fellow who had a great knaek of playing the hones. He was the first bone soloist l'vo heard in a good many years. Even tho mir.strel shows don't pay much attention to t'ne bones nowadays, and I guess that the next generation will look upon us folk as savages for ever having listened to the music of the bones. The things that this soloist played with the other night weren't, Imagine, sureeuotigh bones; taey wore probably fashioned of some kind of wood. "I ran remember when every small boy in the country had a mad passion to become an artist wit's the bones. That was mere than a quarter of a century ago, when minstrelsy was a big thing, and all the youngsters in the land ached and longed 'way down deep In them to become famous min strel men. The ambitions of most of the kids of my day centered on the hones' end, and wo used to practice with the bones for hours at a stretch. I used to wait for my mother to get a rib roast, and tho good woman would hardly have the meat off those ribs, before I'd have 'em out in tho back TRAVELER WAS Arkansas Man Indignant at His of the A distinguished member of the bar early in life sought to find an open ing for practice down in Arkansas. "While prowling about," ho said, "I stopped one evening late in front of a log cabin and asked to stay all night. The old man who had come out to the fence scratched a few feathers from his hair and said, 'I don't, see how I kin keep ye, stranger.' "'I can sleep any place,' I said urgently. '"Oh, as fer that, you wud be wel come to the bed. The chillan this time er year usually sleep In the hoss trough, an' as fer me an' the ole wom an we kin turn the table on its back, stuff its stomach with shucks an' sleep on it.' " 'Well, I don't care for anything to eat,' I persisted. " 'As fer that, we've got lots o' fat-an'-lecn hog and the best griUer iinrttrers ve ever socked a tooth in.' Well, why can t you entertain me then?' Well, suh, to be plain about It, the ole woman an' me got tlruiiK yester day, sucked every drop from a two- ALL ANIMALS CAN HOPE FOR. Should Be Satisfied If They Can Ob- tain Mere Justice. Senator Galllng?r told a murine an pcuoto at the lnst.lioaring of the anti vivisct'tlon hill. "It Is," he Bald, "an anecdote about a rnptaln and a mate, and the way the captain treated the mat? seems to me a good deal like the way the vlvisectlon ists treat animals." Then he went on to say that on a certain ship the captain was Inordi nately fond of the plum part of plum duff. The cook had orders to make the duff In the form of an ohloiifi, to put all the plums In one end and to set the dish on the cabin table In such a way that the plum end would al ways be toward the captain. Hut the mate of the ship got tired after a while of the duff without plums and one day he contrived to descend into the cabin earlier than his stipe rlor and to trun the platter of duff so that he for once had all tho plums and the captain had the dough. When the latter came down and took his Beat he soon perceived the trick that had been plaed on him. So he lifted up tho dish, as if to examine It, and saying, "Joe, my lad, this is a fine piece of crockery here," he set It down again, with the plums upon his side. "Aye, captain, a fine piece of crock ery It Is." replied the mate, and he. too, lifted the duff, etudled the platter carefully and turned the plums his way again. At this the captain gave a loud laugh. "Well, Joe," said he, "since you havo fcund me out. this time we'll PAUL REVERE'S the Possession of New England N!tn-S il Keeps Good Time, from Harvard college and the Har vard Medical school, but soon he es tablished a practue, and in 1S33 l.e persuaded Susan Dwiht to share hi' home end fortunes Dr. Crane had often admired the Taul Revere watch, and Ho love f.r the timepiece was shared by his brl.ie One ay in the course of conversation he let this fact drop to Col. Lintoln. proposing, half in jest, that le sell him the watch to cive his bride as a wedding present. Col. Lint oln was, of course, not i:i the least tempted by the money, a:xl ho was naturally somewhat averse anyhow to having the relic go to one not of the Revere blood, but it seem ed to him a splendid opportunity t.i put the seal on a friendship that ha ! meant much to both men. as well a;i to Miss D wight, and he consented to part with the watch. From that time. 1S.1S, says a Ho;ton special in the New York Herald, fill a year ago, when she passed away, Mrs. Crane cherished this relic with ten detest love. On the slender chain, like a woman's neck chain, which rami with the walih, her huslia: bad had her Inni.ils engraved. n;;:l these are still distinguishable. Rather curiously, those letters, S. 11. C. are to-day the only -marks on the hand some relic. There is ,r.ot even a maker's name. The number of the watch, which is l:i an righteencarat gold case, is Mi.V.', and that it was well made is demon strated by the fact that to-day, moro than 125 years alter the night it served its owner on his famous ride, it keeps good time. WERE POPULAR Man. yard, rawing and tammerirg away at 'em, and tinkering them into shape to be used for bones. I'd devote jiours to scraping them when I hud eawe.l them into shape, and then I'd plai-s them where the summer sun would hit them for about a week to thor oughly dry them. "Tnen they'd bn ready for use. at.d I'd proceed, along with all the re-t vi the kids in the neighborhood provided with bones, to drive the older folk crazy with the horrible noise. There's a whole lot of science in manipulating the bones properly. I used to practice about half a day at a stretch with tho right hand bones, and then I'd round up the rest of the day getting tho hang of the left-hand bones, and I've seen strong men be compelled to take to their beds from nervous col lapse after spending a week in a neighborhood Infested by a bunch of small hoys getting the hang of the bones. Things are not like they used to be. I'll bet there are thousands of young fellows whare of age right in this town who never scraped a set of bones when they were youngsters, and who never indulged' In the exalted dream of one day becoming celebrat ed minstrel men." TOO PARTICULAR Refusal Family." ta Sleep-with a "Member gallon jug an' the revenóos is watch in' so close I ean'C git to the still.' " 'Oh, well,' I laughed, Tve got a little such remedy in my saddle bags and so we'll get along royally.' "lie almost puTed me out of tho saddle at this declaration and I was soon seated inside -the wlndowless shack. "We had been enjoying ourselves some time when a big. fat hog walked sedately in and climbed on the low bed and composed herself as if for a night's sleep. - " '1 reckon there'll be plenty of room there Tor both of ye!' questioned the old fellow, looking lovingly at the sow. " 'Do you expect me to sleep with that beast?' 1 asked in astonishment. "He widened his eyes in wonder ment for a moment. Then an Indig nant flush struck across his cheek. " 'Strange,' he laid, with hot em phatis, 'I hate tor order a man from my gates, but a man that feels too im portant to sleep with ono o' my fam ily in a pinch is too good for my hum ble roof. You kin. ride on.'" cut the duff lengthwise." "Animals are like the mate," Sena tor Gallinger concluded. "They can never hope to got the best of a bar gain. All they tan possibly hopa foi ls mere justice." Newly Married. She was newly married and did not know a little bit about cither house keeping or shopping, and she was giving her very first order. It wa3 a crusher, but the grocer was a clever man and was used to all kinds of or ders and could interpret them easily. "I want two pounds of paralyzuJ sugar," she began. "Yes'm. Anything else?" "Two tins of condemned milk." '"Yes'm." H set down pulverized sugar and concfiist.1.! milk. "A bag of fresh salt. Be sure it ia fresh." "Yes'm. What next .'" "A pound of desecrated codfish." He wrote glibly, "Desiccated cod." "Nothing more, ma'am? We have some nice horseradish, just in." "No," she said. "It would be -of no use to us; we don't keep a horse." Then the grocer sat down and fanned himself with a washboard, al though the temperature was freez ing. Home Companion. Convict Corrpetition in Austria. To rid themselves of the rompetltlcn of the cheap products of prison labor Austrian manufacturer want thetr government to transport convicts be yond the sea. SISTERS OF CHARITY RELY ON PE-RU-NA TO FIGHT CATARRH, COUGHS, COLDS AND GRIP. rMm'"MTTTtTTTtT TTTTTTTTTTmmiriTTITTTHyTrr. " " TTTTTT T TTTT ? Tti TTTTTTTTTTT? TTIln! ITTTTTT" TTTTM mmmmmmmmmmm i i i yMws?&ww a iuuwo. in SISTER I turn A istter recently received by Dr. Hartman from Sister Beatrix, 410 V. 30th street, New York, reads as follows : rm"TTTtTTTTTTTTTrriTTItT1TTTTTTTTTtT1TTTtTTTTTTTrITTTTTTTTTTtTTt.TTTTTTTtItItimitTTTTTtTTnTTTTT Dr. S. B. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio: 3 Dear Sir: - cannot say too much In praise of Pcruna. Eight bottles i t oí It cured m of catarrh of the lungs of four years standing, and I would J t not have been without It for anything. It helped tevcral Sisters of Cougha 3 E and coldt and I have yet to find one case of catan h that It does nvt cure." 3 E SISTER liEATRIX. 3 iiiiiiniiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimumamumiiiiiiaumuumuuiimi Interesting Letters from Catholic Institutions. In every country of ,the civilized world the Sisters of Charity are known. Not only do they minister to the spiritual and intellectual needs of the charges com mitted to their care, but they also minister to their Ixxlly needs. With so many children to t.ike c.ire THE SISTERS GOOD WORK. of and to protect from climate and disease, these wise and prudent sisters have found Feruna a never-fading safeguard. Dr. Hartman receives many letters from Catholic bisters from all over the United States. A recommend recently received iromaCatholicinstitutioQ ia Detroit, Mich., reads as follows : Dr. S. B. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio: Dear Sir:" The young girl who used IT TAKES THE ACHES out of muscles and joints. Heals old sores. Takes inflammation out of burns and bruises. Stops any pain that a perfect liniment can stop. MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT for injuries or aches of MAN or BEAST. THE NORTHWESTERN LIFE and SAVINGS COMPANY of DES MOINES, IOWA. An pollrlf" reiiitrMl by ttw to lie ierttreil ly ilopoult with the Hlnto Auditor of low. Invent, moot of luna Muiltm by churter tu luam un Hrt Mortgages on Fki ui and so Iti own pollcltn. FEATURES I A Limited Eipnnno Fund. Compulsory distribution of tho earnings among It's Policyholders. g.P.'OKi SECURITIES ON DEPOSIT WITH STATE AUDITOR. DEC. 31, '68, $27,447.00 S36.720.00 $119,612.00 DEC. 31, '97, DEC. 31, 'B8, DEC. 31, 'SB, ñzü S-E 3 1 & $277,238.00 DEC. 31, IBOO, 5372,020.00 101, DEC. 31, 1601, $695,879.35 . 1602, DEC. 31, 1602, H-0 Cc;t.r; is b o q t C 5 a a. $1,122,801.82 TOTAL ADMITTED ASSETS, $1,380,964.74 AGKNTN WANTKD-lie llaMc, cncrKctlr ond rsperlrm-eil i;eim t an trelile their commlnlon etrulugi by lulling our tin ye ir cnilowuirnt Invi'mnirtit pollrlin. Ail:!rr-nor ily to T1IK 1IOM K Ol- KICK. Fourth I loor, (llmrrvatory HIük.. lien Motnf. lows. OFFICERS. T. V. WITTER, Prrnlilrnt. c. M. KKF.I.KH. Aunt. Perretary. Alii III It UKYNOI.OS. Vlee-rronlüeDt. K. II. IUWIN, Ariuary. O. W. Mllíi:AltHT. Trcmiurer. W. I,. KAION. (Irmral Attorney. f. C. LHOWKLL, Seeroury. CliAYKK rillKMl.V. M Mi.,'. nircrtor. 11 AVE MONEY Jluy your goods nt Wlwlvsule Prices, Our LOflO-engo cntaloiruo will bo sent upon receipt of 15 cents. This amount does not even pny tho postage, but It 1 sufllclcnt to show us thut you aro actlnif In goHl faith. Hotter send for It now. Your neighbors truduwllh us whvuot you also t 'ml CHICAGO 'i ne nouse mar ions tno ruin. 'LWifiT f" IKrMWSPa 1.J-MS, gift J) AT PUBLIC SALfj 40 BRED 40 DENVER Mm STOCK YARDS, FEBRUARY 23-24, f 803 fS?2IrÁgR101' BULLS, HEIFERS AND YOUNG COWS We will offer at Public Auction on the dates mentioned, 20 head of Young Bulls, especially selected from our big herd and from tho best breeding; and 2) head of Young Cows and Heifers, moatlv bred to Imported Hulls. These cattlo are Colorado -bred and raised and are acclimated to service In any part of the country. The offerings are from such cele brated sires as Imported Itandolph, Imported Soudan, beau Donald 17th, Hesslod 20th, and the Heifers and Cows are bred to above bulls and Imported Weston Stamp. NO SUCH CATTLE WERE EVER BEFORE OFFERED AT PUBLIC SALE IN THE WEST This la nn opportunity to start a young breeding herd that Western breeders .i n r rj-,,,.,1-,. l,,.n...., cannot afford to.overlook. The best blood In tht country at your own prices. 101. H. t, LQ lilUIi USOII, AuCllOr.'.Sl THE LOWELL, BARROLL & DEWITT LIVE STOCK COMPANY, Union Stock Yards, Denver Will also havt on prlvats sals at our yards soma fins Registered and Chads Short Horn CalU SISTER nEATUIX. 3 nEATUIX. the Peruna was suffering from laryngk tls, and loss of voice. The result of the treatment was most satisfactory. She found great relief, and after farther use of the medicine we hope to be able to say she Is entirely cured." Sisters of Charity. v This young girl was under the care of the Sisters of Charity and used I'eruna for catarrh of the throat, with good results as the above letter testifies. From a Catholic Institution In Cen tral Ohio comes the fallowing recom mend from the Sister Superior. If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from the use of IVruna, write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full statement of your case, and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio. ic:i-o; 3 L í. l C 3 Ii3 U.HH 561 tí 7 - fl a t. 3 a o "a. ''AW.. romo-Selteer Promptly cures all 15 Headaches j 'MIldT Well. I should say so-riai- ter's bullhead x- cigar. Smoke man u you like, they lon l hurt you. A common example of lltter-ary uc een Ik where a .ig pUks up a living Irons Ills I'Ul. Denver Directory. SADDLES and HARNESS (i iii. M i i it 4 mr.im win ir.t u- 1 lor u lu4tii Um u Ultra- W I I D l II .1 ( for ti. III su rf it ru ai .í t . i li f r tit; f il Hutl tloru Mil) tlmiiil) c i m e ri i (r IV I a rt U .if 1 r w.trthlft" unit thin bit ') 1 y.iur T Ur. 't tl II All I rtl (l t Lmi .na ii i 'tit lit it ni 1 ti irtii tltw. AM KH UtUMl t-HKl" MUKl.Lh.t, -B .THE DSNVIR TEN! L,l AND AWNING CO. I'la-.'s, U.iniJn(l,UrtSa I Financial Contract Security Co. e pity 6 per i in:rostr i; mail. IS l ol SlX'OND-UASl) :N I H. It Will pay vim. X Hi.. K U'.lh St., Lcliur, Cul. itl'NKS, Tltr.NKS. Write for III I'liliilini. Tim A. K. MKKK I III NK Itltli uti.l IjiwrtMH-e el., IVnvur, C.l.i. DENVER BEST LAUNDRY SOAP i) iuri. Ht'ii'l I-ir tur N w I'mutirn lt st-rlte Sii.t) Mfi;. niiipuuy, Denvrr CENTRAL m SHORTHAND TELEGRAPHY. I nUTprln' HI.H-n, l''t!l A Cu.ituK!Sl., l..iivor, Citlo. LoUUt'ft t'Mlttlll!!.l, U.IUlllliO 1 Ull'l I trMSt 1 lll- h'H' tu Oitt Itt.-l. i.nlor-il i,y l.io Ujnt-i-r Mt-r-chtiutii ami Utiiiát. tiuu Ira i .if I 'nt in Iu.t i- 1.'uLuiuoq. Cull or wrtto tor illurtif.ttu.l cuii.gu NEW FIANOS Absolutely piniriint't'il from fl to liW nml Í 00, ami .von n. I'd to puv uiilyn little mom-y euoli month V tlriiver tin jiijiim now. You hiivethe of it wht le you nvt iyi" for it. The Knight-Campbell Music Co. 'The t.iirift'M MuMr i oi"ern in I'ol witilo.) Store ill lfiivir, Colombo spring, Cripple Creek himI Tufillo. IIKNVKK. COI.OKADO The Clrcut Mull Orrit'r House. Write for Catalogue No. 9 Pil NO PAY TILL es CI KKO. Nn k u I f . 1' u r 0 IMM iimti 'tit. U year' piirUnii!. Wr.nt (or tif book mil tiivwottf t iuf treatment nnd work iloue hem In Coiorurio. DR. J. F. BOWERS, 10 Dill til ltlm-lt. pT,tr- liENVKU, - L-UL.UIIJWUIJ IM L' V WI10 miliar with laikmhn. eii-s- U.ll lii iv1Mlelili.y,lvpoinliiicy, nnil"uo nreln poor lirnlih trfiu-nil y, lira irwiuniitly íuttKrer (rom i nllirrlliil ion 111 loui-pcu lur In woini u. 1 Ul i-iitarrli. or ii-iMirrhoen. in mtfii tlm niun ot ill liiititi, piilliH, i-n-o. iHtlous uml i-iiiu-i'r oí i he parle. TIib "hliinilBiil Cure "tor li'u. orruocn rouamia nt 1 o ll lorul anil Internal mneille. Viii u mr lull luniilir In ii in ult'J '. "-ni iimpnl I on rweliil ol prliv. Slmiiliii il Itimii ilj Co., lloi Pirt. Deuvoi , tol.u f REE TO WOMEN! To prove the healing Mm CiranMiiK power of l aitliin lolli t Antlseptlo we will nmll u lurue Irlnl pnektwu with book of Instruction absolutely free. This In not tiny sample, hut u lurirn puoluiKP, cnotiKli to fun vines unvone of its value. Women nil over the country are priilsliin l'uxtlne for whin II has none in nieiti irruí inenl of female 111". curlnK1 ill Inflammation and discharges, wnnilcrful as u .-leanslnif vautnitl douiiifl, for sore thront. nasul catarrh, ns a mouth wash and to remove tartar and whiten the. teeth, tcntl today; a postal card will do. hold bv druggists or aent t-ostpaltl bj na. fto cents, large bin. HatlsfactbiD guarantee.1. XUtt It. I'AXTIIN '., lloston, Mass. je 1 4 Columbus Ave. 210 Kinds for 16c. furltliHlHulifr't huirán fuiind In f eKuriifiiiiMiiil on inurtfnrma tlmrwy tu? oili-r In Auiertra. There Ih 1 Prate orer Awil BrrM for t)iDro1uc- ; rfuoii nn i s. nuuniikiiuun' to Iniluc TMi t trv thfm wrnmkfl rtltefullowiiiK uiipnvrHlntdoflrt?j Fot lli Vonts Postpaid th torU wondprfal Qnlont 4 torts el r su! rthbif, 16 torts iittH(VB)lsrrHff1 C&pfrrlrts Irllur ttrUUtSf lit rtrf lutrioHt rftaia( , SO tplcndlil bttl wirtt, ?t tflorlont.7 keaulKul nnwtr w In nil 210 kind ponlllTPly rumi-hm luiHiieltof rhnriiiiiur Itwtriantl !( ftll'llOlHof I'liolc Vt'stt'UlilfB, h'B' tlK er with nur imiit ffttaloiniP teUinif all tMut Miu-nnmi Wluiit. Itllllon lnl. hp trn, tt'ORllitP, Uromui, Hplti, is'., ft) I for oiuy me. UiuuiiDfluu Uulnn sotd ( &! rio on a. JOHN A.SALZER SEED CO., La CroBse. Wli. S7t I . yaa century fffeFrys j U Seeds V have lieen uruwInKfAmouilttfTary jf JL kiml of Sell, overywhorr. ulil tiy f V " dealria. I UOII seed A minia X g I poalpaidlWeloallapplirauu, . 1 I k 1. M. FEIIBV CO. A t I kJl BW l',ro"' J