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Irs. Emma Stolt, of
"yf neighbor, advised vie to use Peruna.
J began to tvifrox'e at onee."
MCK8. i:mma HTOI.T.
Mrs. Emma Stolt, 1009 Oneida St., Ap
pleton, Wis., writes:
"Peruna has done me a great deal of
pood sinco I began taking it and I am
always glad to speak a good word for it.
"Three years ago I was in a wretched
condition with backaches, bearing down
pains, and at times was so sore aud'latne
that I could not move about. I had in
flammation and irritation, and although
I used different remedies they did mo
"A neighbor who had been using Pe
runa advised mo to try it, and I am glad
that I did. 1 began to improve as soon
as I took it and 1 felt much better.
"I thank you for your fine remedy. It
is certainly a godsend to sick women.
Catarrh of the Internal Organs.
Miss Theresa Bertles, White Church,
"I suffered with catarrh of the stom
ach, bowels and internal organs. Every
thing I ate seemed to hurt me. I never
had a passage of the bowels without tak
ing medicine. I was so tired mornings
and ached all over. I had a pain in my
left side, and the least exertion or excite
ment made me short of breath.
"Now, after taking Peruna ior six
months, I am as well as I ever was. Pe
runa has worked wonders for me. I be
lieve Peruna is the best medicine in the
It is good
A coat of
gives them a higher selling value, but
it makes tilings wear better and gives
them a higher value for long wear.
Pure white Lead gives an opaque,
durable coat that protects and pre
serves from the ravages of time
Prospective buyers of Pure
White Lead have heretofore
been subject to much attempted
fraud in adulteration and sub
stitution. Tfou are now pro-,'
tected by the Dutch Boy trade
mark which is found on the side of
kegs containing only Pure White
Lead, made by the Old Dutch Process.
JLooic lor the boy.
"A Talk on Paint."
Hire, valuable lnfor.
Eiatlon on the paint
object, bent tree
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in uhtchtirr of the follout
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Positively cured by
these Little Pills.
They uiso relieve DIs-
treHsf rom Dj apepsia, In
dlge'stlon an dToo Jlearty
Eating. A perfect rem
edy for Dizziness, Nnu
hcii, Drimnlncsa, Bud
Taste ill the Mouth, Coat
ed Tongue, Pain in the
Hide, TOUPID LIVEH.
They regulate the liowels. Purely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
Genuine Must Bear
Not ae Good.
F.P.L'EWIS Peoria, III
Ely's Cream Balm
it quIcJclr absorbed.
Gives Relief at Once. 50c.
Kly llro..M Warren bu. N. Y
DEFIANCE CtI.IWa.tr Starch
iB&kes laundry work a pleasure. 19 or. iikg. 10c.
ALL GOOD TO EAT
TESTED RECIPES NOT VERY
Lebkuchen Sweet Cakes Are a Dell
clous Confection Savory Cheese
Fingers Delicious Way to
Prepare Steamed Apples.
Lebkuhcen. Boll four pounds of
lionoy with an equnl amount of sugar,
then add a half pound of split almonds,
ono pound of citron cut smnll, tho
grated rinds of four lemons, half an
ounce of nutmeg, half an ounce of
cloves and three ounces of cinnamon.
Tho mass should be stirred while tho
above substances are added. Then
add ono tumbler of brandy and stir
Into tho mlxVuro bIx pounds of flour.
Roll out Into quarter-Inch thicknesses,
keeping tho dough warm. Cut Into
Bmall cakes, bake at once in a hot
oven and ico with lemon Icing.
Cheese Fingers. The cheese fingers
aro quickly made and very savory.
Mix ono cupful of flour, quarter tea
spoonful of salt, a dash of cayenne, a
half-teaspoonful of baking powder;
rub Into this two tablespoonfuls of
butter, add a half-cupful of grated
cheese, and mix to a dough with Ice
water. Roll out In a thin sheet, cut
In half-Inch strips with a jagging Iron
and bake pale brown In a moderato
Steamed Apples. A delicious and
simple way to prepare winter apples.
Peel, quarter and core six or eight
apples. Steam or boll until about
half cooked. Tako from tho fire and
let cool. Mako a sirup of two cups
of sugar and half a cup of water.
Drop the apples Into tho boiling sirup
for -a few minutes, or until they be
come clear. Let cool and serve with
Springerle. Stir one' pound of pul
verized sugar with four eggs for ono
hour; add one pound of flour, a pinch
of powdered ammonium carbonate and
anise seed. Roll to one-quarter-inch
thickness, press with forms, cut and
placo on napkins powdered with flour
over night. Bake in a cool oven. If
kept in a stone crock the springerle
will remain soft.
Made of Handkerchiefs.
Over 100 years ago tho Empiess
Josephine made tho ornamental lace
bordered handkerchief popular. Beau
tiful handkerchiefs are now used for
many purposes other than tho one
for which they were originally intend
ed, as there are any number of dainty
articles which can bo made from
'them. A pretty cover for a dressing
table Is made from light embroidered
handkerchiefs joined by strips of
beading. Four handkerchiefs are
used on either side of the center and
aro joined together by three lace
medallions which are sewn down the
center of the scarf where tho hand
kerchief corners meet. Baby ribbon
is run through the beading and tho
effect is charming and attractive.
Haw Do You Dust?
In dust there lurks the deadly
bacillus, and the woman who wraps
her head In a handkerchief or cap,
arms herself with a feather duster and
proceeds to whisk it airily over orna
ments and pictures Is not only doing
an unreasonable thing, but Is actually
doing harm. Here is a recipe for hy
gienic dusting; When you go to dust
a room have three dusters. Ono must
be damp and perfectly clean. Pass
tho damp duster over the furniture,
when the dust will cling to It, and not
float in the air. Make a beautiful pol
ish with the two dry dusters; the
damp duster can be rinsed out of wa
ter and wrung tightly as often as you
One egg, one cup of sugar, one-half
cup of butter. Beat to a cream. One
egg beaten to a froth and added to tho
sugar and butter, one-half cup of milk,
one teaspoon vanilla or lemon, or ono
half of each la very nice. Ono heap
ing teaspoon of baking powder, two
cups of flour. Beat above mlxturo
thoroughly. Take out one-third of
mixture and add one-half teaspoon
clove, one-half teaspoon cinnamon
and one tablespoon of molasses. Add
to tho white part, also the dark, a lit
tle salt. Mix the cake In any pretty
Brass Lightens Rooms.
Brass can make a wonderful differ
ence In a dreary room. A large jar
diniere with a plant in it placed in a
dark corner will lighten up marvelous
ly. The andirons, too, will glvo a
cheery reflection. Even candlesticks
help, and little trays and bowls, be
they ever so small. The importance
of brass in a sunless room cannot bo
too strongly emphasized. Mirrors
briRhten up, and so do pictures with
well polished glasses and gilded
frames. But these little points are
too seldom takon into consideration.
New Floor Coverings.
Fiber floor coverings, though not
new, are exceedingly attractive, espe
cially In the new effects, which this
summer's lines show. Quite tho new
est and, withal, the most effective,
which have yet been seen aro those
of crex In a vivid grass green color.
On this background are hugo stars
and Indlaii-llke designs in woody
browns. Tho effect is particularly
striking when a rug of 9x12 dimen
sions carries but three such figures
and hall runners and long, narrow
rugs but one figure to tho yard.
To Mend Kid Gloves.
First buttonhole stitch around the
rent, not so close as In a buttonhole.
Then overcast, taking: up tho thread
of the buttonhole on the edge and
draw the edges together.
COULD HARDLY TOTTER ABOUT.
A Vivid Description of the Most In
sidious of Diseases.
Miss Emma Shliley, Killbuck, N. Y.,
writes. "Klduc disease mysteriously
fastened Itself upon
mo two years ago
and brought awful
headaches and dizzy
spells. I was all un
strung, weak and
nerous, could scaico
ly lotter about. Pains
in the side and back
me. My food dis
tressed me, I looked badly and tho
kidneys wero notlcenbly deranged. 1
sank lower and lower until given up
nnd at this critical time began with
Doan's Kidney Pills. Details are un
necessary. Twelve boxes cured me
nnd I weigh sk pounds more than ever
before. They saved my life."
Sold by till dealcis. GO cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y.
Money In Raising Celery.
Celery will be one of the principal
crops produced In the neighborhood
of Canon City, Col., this season. This
Is due to the fact that the late fiosts
seriously lnjuied tho fruit ciop, and
the growers have now begun to plan
celery. Celery has been raised suc
cessfully by a few growers, and has
been found to be one of the best pay
ing crops. One grower realized $1,575
from one and a half acres last year,
another $G00 on less than nn aero.
The cost of an acre of planting and
care Is about $250. The demand for
the crop has always been greater than
One Extreme Or the Other.
I have been more than lucky In the
women I have met; a woman is al
ways heaven or hell to a man mostly
heaven; she don't spend much of her
time on the border-lines. Walt Whit
man in the Ameiican Mazazlnc.
A man of the world Is ono who has
managed to dedge the undertaker.
Get Rich in
Truck and Fruit Farms of From 10 Acres to 640
Acres and Two Town Lots, for $210. Pay
able $10 per Month Without Interest.
Read What a Disinterested Expert Says of Dr. Chas. F. Simmons 95,000
Acre Ranch Now on the Market.
Orange, Cal., March I, 1007.
Dr. C. F. Simmons, San Antonio, Texas:
Dear Sir Yours at hand. I would like to have called at the office .
when I came back, but it was Sunday and I took the train for home. I
was on jour 95,000-acrc ranch three days. I found it much better than I
expected. I nm satisfied irf my Own mind that with proper wind breaks, as
wc have in this country, oranges, lemons, apricots, figs, olives and almond
can be successfully grown there.
, I am sure that touth of San Antonio is the natural home of the English
The soil on your land is much better for fruit raising than it is in
this country, because j ou have a good red clay subsoil, while in Southern Cali
fornia wc hme gravel and lock that does not hold moisture.
We hae to irrigate here at least ten times a jear and continually work
the orchards, but I don't think this would be necessary on jour land in South
TeKasI at least not bo much of it, because the red clay will hold moisture and
will civo the fruit a better flavor.
Orange orchards in this country are worth from $500 to $1,000, and wal
nuts from $200 to $500 per acre.
I think touth of San Antonio to the Gulf is a better country than from
Los Angeles, Cal., to San Diego, Cal., because the soil is better, there is more
water, and the climate i just as good so far as I could sco and hear by talk
ing to old settlers, and the land is so cheap that every workingman should
have a home.
I am sure that in the near future South Texas will be a prosperous
fruit growing country nnd will be as valuable as Southern California, and
the man who will lose monej- in South Texas is the man that does not get
in on this cheap land of yours before it is all gone. A man that has lived
in Southern California as long as I have can see the future of South Texas.
Respectfully A. J. WILSON
Never before has there been such an opportunity to secure a home in a de
lightful location for so little money and on such easy terms. For literature
and name of nearest Agent, write
DR. CHAS. F. SIMMONS,
215 Alamo Pla7;- SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.
CENTRAL COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY
ESTABLISHED 1003. THREE YEARS COURSE. THE BEST SCHOOL.
WE INVITE INVESTIGATION. CATALOOUE UPON REQUEST.
DR. CEO. MOFFPTT. SECY.. ,538 A RIDCE BLDC, KANSAS CITY, MO.
BILFS'NO MONEY TILL CUREDKpISSS?,
3rM.tiB; haaS DRS. THORNTOH & HIWOR'ioao 0K 3T.KAIUA3 CITY. MO-CBtAxncrictAT
Did Not Prevent Raveling.
The raveling of state highways In
Massachusetts during dry weather has
generally been prevented In the past
by spreading a thin coat of sand over
the surface. During last year, how
ever, there were two quite protracted
dry spells which disturbed the bond
of the road and caused loose stones
to stand up on the Biirface. Although
sand was spread thinly as before, It
did not prevent tho raveling In all In
Ladles Can Wear Shoes
One size smaller after lining Allen' Foot
llntc, A certain eui e for swollen, hu eating,
hot, aching feet. At all Diuggists, 25c. Ac
cent no substitute. Trial package FRKK.
Address A. S. Olmsted, Lq ltoy, N. Y.
And Other Crimes.
The gravity of tho crime of big
amy appears to depend quite largely
upon the criminal's business connec
tions and social acquaintance. Col
umbus Journal. '
The greatest cause of worry on
Ironing day can bo removed by using
Defiance Starch, which will not stick
to tho Iron. Sold everywhere, 16 oz.
Even if you gain but an Inch you
haven't put your best foot forward lu
Mis Name for It.
I kbs onco teaching n clnss of smnll
pupils In physiology In n rural school
and asked the class whnt name wns
given to the bones of the head as a
whole. A little girl raised her hnnd.
"What Is it, Lucy?" I asked.
"Skull!" she answered.
"Correct," said I, "but what other
name lias It?" expecting some ono to
answer "cranium." All wero silent
for a while, then a little fellow who
seemed to bo In a deep study quickly
raised his hand, his eyes sparkling
nnd a confident smllo spreading on
"What is It, Henry?" I asked.
"N'oggln," was his Immediate reply.
,Mr. TVInalow'n RootlilnR Syrup.
Kor rhl Jrcn teething, softens the pirns, reduces In
Qtmiuk'.lou, alts) s pain, cures wind collu. 25c a (rattle.
Envy nnd Jenlousy prevail between
men In tho samo kind of business,
and neither will give honest credit to
yni.i.ow ci.oTiins ahuvxsioiiti.v.
Keep tlicm whito with Ilctl Cioss Bull llluc.
All gimeia tell largo 2 oz. package, 5 cents.
A southern KnnsnB editor has no
ticed that men Bwenr to keep from
crying, and that women cry to keep
from swearing. Kansas City Star.
oa B trial.
Jr Louis V
Alice had been to Sunday school for
tho first time and had come home
filled with Information. Sho was over
heard to say to her six-year-old slBter,
as she laid a wee hand over her
heart, "When you hear something
wlto here, you know ft 'is conscience
w'lsperlng to you."
"No such thing," responded Six-year-old;
"It's just wind In your turn
mj" Llpplncott's Magazine.
Important to Mothers.
Examine carefully every bottle of CASTOIUA,
a eafe and sure remedy for infants and children,
and tee that it
la Ueo For Over 30 Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
He Ib Jim doing hack work on the
She (cautiously) I don't know He
was writing yesterday about "Night
Owls." Baltimore American.
IP YOU TJSU HAT.Tj III.UK,
Get lied Cross Ball Ulue, the best Ball
Blue. Lai go 2 o. package only 5 cents.
When all the homely people redeem
their faces with their conduct this will
be a flno world.
Because of those ugly, grizzly, gray hairs. Use "LA
THE SOURCE OF. ALL DISEASE
Every part of the body is dependent on the blood for nourishment and
strength. When this lifo stream is flowing through the system lu a state of
purity nnd richness we nre assured of perfect and uninterrupted, lienlth;
because pure blood is nature's safe-guard ngniust disease. When, however,
the body is fed on weak, impure or polluted blood, the system is deprived of
its strength, disease germs collect, nnd the trouble is manifested in various
ways. Pustular eruptions, pimples, rashes nnd the different skin affections
chow that the blood is in a feverish and diseased condition as a result of too
much acid or the presence of some irritating humor. Sores nnd Ulcers arer
the result of morbid, tmhealthy matter in the blood, nnd Rheumatism, Ca
tarrh, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Poison, etc., nre all decp-scated blood
disoidttrs that will continue to grow worse n3 long ns the poison remains.
These impurities nnd poisons find their way into the blood in various ways.
Often n sluggish, inactive condition of the system, nnd torpid state of the
avenues of bodily wasto, leaves the refuse nnd waste matters to sour and
form uric and other ncids, which arc taken up by the blood nnd distributed
throughout the circulation. Coming in contact with contagious diseases is
another cause for the poisoning of the blood ; we also breathe the germs nnd
uiicrobc3 of Malaria into our lungs, and when these get into the blood in
sufficient quantity it becomes n carrier of disease instead of health. Somer
nre so unfortunate ns to inherit bad blood, pcrhnps the dregs of some old
constitutional disease of ancestors is handed down to them and they arc
constantly annoyed nnd troubled with it. Bad blood is the source of all dis
ease, nnd until this vital fluid is cleansed nnd purified the body is sure to
suffer in some way. For blood troubles of any character S. S. S. is the best
remedy ever discovered. It goes down into the circulation and removes nnjr
and all poisons, supplies the healthful properties it needs, nnd completely
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Blood Foison, etc., nnd does not leave the"
slightest trace of the trouble for future outbreaks. The whole volume of
blood is renewed and cleansed after n course of S. S. S. It is also nature's
grcatest tonic, made entirely'of roots, herbs and barks, and is absolutely"
harmless to any part of the system. S. S. S. is for sale nt all first class
drug stores. Book on the blood nnd nuy medical advice free to all who write.
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1 mmmmm mmm
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Ready for Serving At Once.-Simply
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DEFIANCE STARCH lESSFSX&'&XZ ,
W. N. U WICHITA, NO. 29, 1907. I
CREOLE ' HAIR RESTORER. PRICE, $1.00, retail.
nnu permanently cures blood diseases ot
every kind. The action of S. S. S. is so
thorough that heredibjuy taints nre removed,
nnd weak, diseased blood made strong and
healthy so that disease cannot remain. It
cures Rheumatism, Catarrh. Scrofula, Sores
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are a delight to the refined woman every
where. In order to get this result see
that the material is good, that it ii cut in
the latest fashion and use
in the laundry. All three things are im
portant, but the last is absolutely neces
sary. No matter how fine the material
or how daintily made, bad starch and
poor laundry work will spoil the effect
and ruin the clothes. DEFIANCE
STARCH is pure, will not rot the clothes
nor cause them to crack. It sells at ioc
a sixteen ounce package everywhere.
Other starches, much inferior, sell at ioc
for twelve ounce package, v Insist on
getting DEFIANCE STARCH and be
sure of results.
Omaha, Nebraska. I
To eonvlneo any
woman that In
tlne Antiftoiitlo will
improve her health
and do all wo claim
tor it. Wo wll
her absolutely fren a larirn trl.il
box ot 1'axtino with book of lmtrun.
.tlons nnd genuine testimonial. Send
your name uud address ou a postal card.
m o m-
fectlons, such as nasal catarrh, pelvic
cauirrli and Inflammation caused by feinl
nine ills; soro eyes, sore throat and
mouth, bv direct local treatment li nr.
atlxJ power over these troubles Is extra-J
orumary nnu gives immediate rellel.
Thousands of women are using and rec
ommending it every day. Go cents at
druggists or by mail, itemember.liowever.
IT COSTS YOU NOTHING TOTltYIT.
TUB . PAXTON CO., Boston, Ma.
i SORE SHOULDERS'
i I would like Terr much to pertonMlr meet erery"
' render of thl pler wlio own any horse that bsra
oro shoulders ana lull htm a'jout Security tiall
hairs Tliii Ii impossible to 1 am going to tollyeu
ttaronch tho paper.
You and I both know that hortos working with
sore shoulder are in pain, and that they can't 1
as much work without running down a when thry
are free (rom pain. I nUo.knuw perfectly welltfca
, becurtty (lall Balvo will euro these shoulders, twfr
you do not know It. If you dldyeu would bay a twx
of your dealer at once and euro them up, tor yo
havo no doubt oiten wished that you knew of sniu
thlngyou couldrelyon. Vou can rely absolutely oa
Security Oall halve, Jtwill do Its work every titan,
or It you prefer to try It first I will mall you
sample can free. Just write tor it It will go to you
on first mall,
. Also I want to tell yon that Security AntlsrpHo
Healer h as good for barb wire cut as bocurUr
(Jail balre Is lor harness galls. Dealers carry tbeia
In Me, Mo and $1.00 sites. Use them for our uexaaj
4 Kuoroiitua you pontics BBMSiaciluu,
Frank I). Dennle, President.
BECUKITY REMEDY CO. Minneapolis, Kin
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