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Women Who Wear Well.
It Is astonishing how great a change a few years of married life often make in the appearance and disposition of many women. The freshness , the charm , the brilliance vanish like the bloom from a peach which Is rudely handled. The matron is only a dim shadow , a faint echo of the charming maiden. There are two reasons for this change , ignorance and neglect. Few young womou appreciate the shock to the system through the change which comes with marriage and motherhood. Many neglect to deal with the unpleasant pelvic drains and weak nesses which too often come with mar riage and motherhood , not understanding that this secret drain Is robbing the cheek of Its freshness and the form of it * fairness. As surely as the general health suffers wlien there is dehyjcement of the health of the delicate womaWyorgans , so surely organs ar Sestablished In healbh ther ceami < 6frhxjitoR e witness to the fact in nHve\Tcd comeTfn g Nearly CLmilHon women havn found health and happiness In the use of Dr. Pfcrce's Fa vorite Prescription.r It makes weak wom- cn strong and sick women well. Ingredi ents on label contains no alcohol or harmful "habit - forming drugs. Made wholly of those native , American , medic inal roots most highly recommended by leading medical authorities of all the sev eral schools of practice for the cure of woman's peculiar ailments. For nursing mothersor for those broken- down in health by too frequent bearing of children , also for the expectant mothers , to prepare the system for the coming of baby and making its advent easy and almost painless , there is no medicine quite so good as "Favorite Prescription. " It can do no harm in any condition of the system. It is a most potent invigorating tonic and strengthening nervine nicely adapted to woman's delicate system by a physician of large experience in the treat ment of woman's peculiar ailments. Dr. Pierce may be consulted by letter free of charge. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce , Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute , Buffalo , N.Y. - If ? f Thompson's Eye Water Printers I PAY CASH FOR Second-tfaed Printers9 Machinery What have you fo Sell or Exchange ? T. E. POWELL 93 So. Jelferson Sfrect , CHICAGO The Canadian West is he The testimony of tens of thousands during the past year is that the Canadian West is the best West. Year by year the agricultural returns have increased in volume and in value , and still the Canadian Government offers 160 acres free to every bona fide settler. Some of the Advantages The phenomenal increase in railway mileage main lines and branches has put almost every portion of the country within easy reach of churches , schools , markets , cheap fuel and every modern convenience. The NINETY MILLION BUSHEL WHEAT CROP of this year means $60.000,000 10 the farmers of Western Canada , apart from the results of other grains and cattle. For advice and information address the Superintendent of Immigration , Ottawa , Canada , or the authorized Canadian Government JAR cm , W. D. Scott , Superintendent of Immigration , Ottawa , Canada , or E. T. Holmes , 315 Jackson SL , St. Paul , Minn , and J. M. MacLachlan , Box xrt , Watertown , So. Dakota. Authorized Govern ment Agents. Pleosa BE ? vbarv jon sur thla advertisement. Hide and Seclc with a 3Ionnlnln. For the past two years a curious sort of a game has been played up in that little-known region of Chinese Turkes tan , the great mountain ranges of Tisin Shan. The chief participants of this game , which has not partaken of thu nature of play , were two , Dr. Merzi bacher , an alpinist , and KhantengrI , the highest peak of the country. This part of the world has been en veloped In obscurity , and until Dr. Merzbacher's survey no good- maps ex isted. The mountains are wild and picturesque , covering ground four or five times as great as the Alps. Many of the peaks measure over twenty thousand feet in height. Khan tengri , the monarch , overtops all others by at least four thousand feet. The re gion is regarded as very hard of access , and old Chinese travelers have left ac counts of its difficulties and dangers. Khan-tengri had never been definite ly located , and Dr. Merzbacher under stood the task. Per nearly two year ? his search lasted before he could pi a the elusive mountain down to topographical graphical accuracy. It has been a ver itable game of hide-and-seek , and the interesting and curious part of it i > that often and again the mountain has been most difficult to trace , and the seeker realized that until he was actu ally at the mountain's base he could not show its relations to the rest of tbe range. After long months of hanl travel and many disappointments , the mountain has been trapped and the riddle solved. to the ProccsH. "Come , Tommy , ; it's time for you to take your bath. " "I don't want to be washed mammal Give me a dry cleaning , like they dc papa's -white vests ! " I RHEUMATISM * > AND NEURALGIA : ? * < The Proved Remedy X For Over 50 Years. X Price 25c and 50c X To convince any woman that Pax- tine Antiseptic 'Will improve her health ana do All we claim for It. We will send her absolutely free A large trial box of Paxtino with book of Instruc tions and genuine testimonials. Send your name and address vii a postal card. cleanses and heals PAXTINE mucous m e m - brane af fections , such as nasal catarrh , pelrio catarrh and inflammation caused by femi nine ills ; sore eyes , sore throat and mouth , by direct local treatment. Its cur ative power over these troubles is extra ordinary and gives Immediate relief. Thousands of women are using and rec ommending it every day. eo cents at druggists orbymail. Rememberhowever , IT COSTS YOU NOTHING TO TRY IT. THIS B. PAXTON CO. , Boston , There is NOTHING TOG Nothing- Too GOOD for the American people that's why we started to make Cascarets Candy Cathartic. The first box made For the its appearance in 1896 , and the enthusiastic endorsement ol American People the people has been bestowed upon Cascarets ever since , The sale today is at the rate of OVER A MILLION BOXES A MONTH , proving" that the American people recog nize , that what is BEST FOR THEM is none too good. Why this enormous patronage ? The answer is simple : Cascarets are pure , clean , sweet , mild , fragrant , harmless but effective little tablets for the treat ment and cure of Constipation and all Bowel Troubles. They are put up in neat little enamel boxes , easy to buy , easy to carry ( in vest-pocket or purse ) , easy to take-and easy of action , always reliable , always the same , they "work while you sleep" and wake you up feeling fine invthe morning. They not only regulate tr.e movement and stimulate the muscular walls ol the bowels , but they keep the ENTIRE CANAL CLEAN and antiseptic , forcing out and destroying all disease germs that breed in the accumulated filth unless promptly and regularly discharged. Therefore , they are a great preventive of disease , and may be taken continuously as a precautionary measure. The new Pure Drugs Act , adopted by Congress on June 30 , 1906 , and in effect January 1 , 1907 , is a GOOD LAV/ and means better and PURER drugs for the American People. We endorse it and will live up to it in SPIRIT and LETTER , an easy task , as we have always been actuated by the same principles and no changes are required in our formula or pack * age. age.We adopted OUR OWN PURE DRUG LAW in 1896 when the first box of Cascarets csme en the market and haveMived and worked and produced - duced under it ever since. To-dayafter a record of nearly 100,000,000 boxes said , Cascarets STAND the greater in PURITY , QUALITY and MEDICINAL MERIT than anv other preparation for Bowel trouble in all the world. a 2reat argument for any one , to try Cascarets AT 1flha picr f ° r. iLSime people have CHRONIC . rowOTPAT ON - CONSTIPATION with all the horrors derived from if others haw WAR promptly taken care of is liable to result in its degeneration into the worse forms and cause great suffering and perhaps death. ' f ll ? HC ? Patiently and regularly , will remedy all of these but 1ftaken Promptly at the very first sign of an irregular- 3Ct S the FINEST PREVENTIVE ever discoid keep all the machinery running in good order. 755 We advise you to get a little lOc box of Cascarets TO-DAY and it m your purse or vest pocket. Take one when you feel n * U 8dlyou fiber or money refunded. All druggists , lOc , 25c 5 < fc. t "Take my seat , madam. " "I thanl you , sir , but I get off here , too. " Chicago cage Tribune. Sillicus How can a man tell wdes ' he is really in love ? Cynicus He can't tell till it's too late. Philadelphia Reo ord. Jack I hear that Miss Passe is en gaged. Dick Is that so ? Who is th happy man ? Jack Old man Passe , ol course. Familie Journal. "Doctor , how can I ever repay you for your kindness to me ? " "Doesn'1 matter , old man. Check , money order , or cash. " Milwaukee Sentinel. Mr. Bach I suppose you tind thit a baby brightens up the house ? Mr. Bene dict Yes ; we burn nearly twice thi gas we used to. Boston Transcript "That new roomer paid two thousand dollars for that violin he practices on. ' "I wish he'd trade it for a ten-dollai violin he colild play. " Detroit Fre Press. Chairman I'm sure we be all verj sorry our secretary Is not here to-night I cannot say we miss 'is vacant chair but I do say we miss 'is vacant face. Punch. "I am afraid , darling , you will verj soon forget me. " "How can you thin6 so see , I have tied two knots in mj pocket handkerchief. " Meggendorfej Blatter. "Most iv th' ol' marrid men I kno\i threat their wives like a rockin'-chalr , a great comfort whin they're tired , but apt to be in th' way at other times. " Mr. Dooley's Dissertations. "Do you think you could learn to lov me ? " the young man inquired. "Learn to love you " exclaimed the rapturous inaid. "Harold , I could give lessons at it. " Louisville Courier-Journal. "Why force your child to learn fig ures at so early an age ? " "That's all right. I want him to be able to tell the number when he is knocked down by an automobile. " Fliegende Blatter. Charwoman ( mending carpet ) 1 never thought as 'ow I should come to this , mum. Me that was that well ed- dicated that afore I was married 1 couldn't even make a beef pudden. Punch. "But you know , madam , that in Tur key a bride never sees her husband before the wedding day. " Lady ( wife of an inveterate clubman ) How odd I We never see our husbands after ! Literary Digest. Her Husband If a man steals no matter what it is he will live to regrel It His Wife During our courtship you used to steal kisses from me. Her Husband Well , you heard what I said. Chicago News. Proud Owner of New Cottage I've been wondering what creepers to pul on the cottage. Which do you think would be best , John ? The Gardener- Well , sir , one of them Virginias would cover it up quickest. Punch. "A woman always insists on having the last word , " remarked the man who thinks he knows human nature. "Yes , " answered Mr. Meekton , grimly , "and , as a rule , also the first word and most of the intermediate words. " Washing ton Star. She Did you enjoy the opera last night , Herr Schwarz ? He No. I couldn't hear anything. She Why not ? He Two ladies sat in front ol me and chattered the whole evening about how much they loved music. Kleiner Witzblatt Passenger ( in slow train , to conduc tor ) I say , what on earth is this train crawling along so slowly for ? Round the corners we hardly move at all , Conductor Ah , but you see , sir , we have ten baskets of eggs in the baggage car. Meggendorfer Blatter. The second day drew to its close with the twelfth juryman still uncon vinced. "Well , gentlemen , " said the court officer , entering quietly , "shall I , as usuau , order twelve dinners ? " "Make it , " said the foreman , "eleven dinners and a bale of hay. " New York Press. "Do you think that people will ever be able to secure a perfectly satisfac tory government ? " "I doubt it , " said Senator Sorghum. "Histoty fbow * that no government bos been p ? etly sat isfactory to more than one person at a time , and he was the one who hap pened to be the boss. " Washington Star. Knew Him Too "Well. The late President Chester A. Arthur , although he was a man of warm friend ships , had a high sense of personal dignity that would brook no undue fa miliarities. A lifelong friend of Mr. Arthur , who had accompanied him on one ofhis hunting trips , was telling an acquaintance some of the incidents of the hunt "I know it's the general impression , " he said , "that Mr. Arthur is a cold , self-centered sort of man , but it isn't true. He Is one of the most genial and companionable of men when you be come well acquainted with him. I thought I already knew him pretty well , but I came to understand him better while on that trip than ever be fore. " "I suppose you know nini well enough now to call him by his first name , " ventured the other. "On the contrary , " was the rejoinder , "I know him well enough not to caU bim by his first name. " The ChrlHtinn Sunday. The keeping of Sunday. t\ie first day ot the week , us a sac-rod day in mem ory of the resurrection and of the de scent of tli ? Holy dliost dates from the hoginnin-r of Christianity. It was called the Lords day in all the cliureli es , but gradually acquired the name of Sun-day from the Romans , who called the first day of the week dies solis. or day sacred to the sun. The first official recognition of Sunday as a holy day is in an edict of the Roman Emperor Constantine stantino in 321 ordering that all work should cease in the cities "on the vener able Sunday , " but permitting necessary farm work to be attended to. St. Louis Republic. Splendid April Tonic. This Is known as "Blood-Cleaning Time , " especially among the older folks , who always take sometlrinjj dur ing this month to clean the blootl of impurities and build it'up. The following is the recipe us given by a well-known authority , and any one can prepare it at home : ' Fluid Extract Dandelion one-half ounce , Compound Kargon one ounce. Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces. Get these simple ingredients from any good pharmacy : ind mix by shak ing well in a bottle. The dose is one roaspoonful after meals andat : bed time. Everybody should take something to help the blood , which becomes impov erished and almost sour after the win ter season , especially those who are subject to Rheumatism , Cuta'-rh. Kid ney and Bladder trouble. It is said that one week's use of this mixture will clear the skin of sores , pimples or boils. This is sound , healthy advice , which will bo appreciated by many readers. The Useful Earthivorjii. Darwin estimates that there are 100,000 earthworms quietly at work for the advantage of the upper six foot of every acre. They continually turn over the soil and drag down leaves and grass , , and thus they loosen the soil ami fertilize the ground , so that necessary air can reach the roots that spread and grow. Merely Paxsiiitc Fancy. Dennis Fwhat's nil this Cuss they're makin' about the pa-ackers ? f Larry A lot o' crarks is sfar-rtin * 8 fad f'r "lane mate. Chicago Tribune. For constipation , biliousness , liver ilis- furbanccs and diseases resulting from im pure blood , take Nature's remedy , ( iar- field Ten. It is made wholly of lienlth- ifiving Herbs. I Tor Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Sought Bears the Signature of In England ninety-nine towns IMVH their own jas works , the average net incoin being $1,047,125 per annum. Mr * . "WtoaleWa Booms * Krsmr tor Ohllirw ; * ofUBB the gun * , redact * Inflammation. o > . ours wind oolio. S5 cnu a bottl * Served It on Her , Anyway. Mistress ( indisposed ) What is it you wish to say to me , Bridget ? I am too il ) to sit up. Domestic Well , mum , ye can take no tice widout sittin' up. I lave ye nixl Sath'rday , mum. HANQE OF LIFE Sensible Advice to Women from firs. Henry firs. Fred Certia and firs. Pinkham. MRS HENRY LEE MRS. FRED CERTIA Owing- modern methods of living not one woman in a thousand approaches preaches this perfectly natural change without experiencing a train of very annoying and sometimes painful symptoms. This is the raosb critical period of her whole existence and every woman who neglects the care of her health at this time invites disease and pain. When her system is in a deranged condition or she is predisposed to apoplexy or congestion of any organ , the tendency is at this period likely to become active and with a host of nervous irritations make life a burden. At this time also cancers and tumors are more liable to form and begin tboir destructive Xvork. Such warning symptoms as sense of suffocation , hot flashes , headaches , backaches , melancholia , dread of im pending evil , palpitation of the lieart , irregularities , constipation and dizzi ness are promptly heeded by intel ligent women who are approaching the period of life when this great change may be expected. Mrs. FrcdCertia , 1014 So. Lafayette Street , So. Bend , Ind. , writes : DearfMrs. Pinlcham : "Lytlia E. Pinkharn's Vegetable Com- nounu.is the ideal medicine for women who are passing through Change of Life. Foi * several mouths I suffered from hot flashes extreme nervousness , headache and sleep lessness. I hnd no appetite and could nOfi sleep. I had made up my mind there wag no help for me until I began to use Lydijj E. Pinkhain's Vegetable Compound , my bad symptoms censed , ami-it brought m safely" through the danger period , built up my system and I am in excellent healthV I consider Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcgetablql Compound unsurpassed for women during this trying period of life. " Mrs. Ilenry Lee , GO Winter Street/ New llaven , Conn. , writes : Dear Mi's. Pinkham : "After suffering untold misery for three years during Change of Life I heard ot Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. ; I wrote you of my condition , and began to * take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound and followed your advice , and to-day I am well and happy. I can now walk anywhere - " where and work as well as anyone , and for years previous I had tried but could not gefi around without help. I consider your medf- : cine a sovereign balm for suffering women. " Women passing through this critical period should rely upon Lydia Ej < Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Il > there is anything about your eas $ you don't understand write to Mrsrt Pinkham , Lynn , Mass. . for advice. It ? is free and has guided thousands to1 health. When a medicine has been successful in restoring to health , actually thousands of women , you cannot well say -without trying * it. "I do not believe it will help meIt is your duty to yourself f. - -LVT , Lv < lja E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. lea B GLAS S3.OO AftiD $3.5 ® SHOES W. L. DOUGLAS $4.00 GILT EDGE SHOES CANNOT BE EQUALLED AT ANY PRICE. SHOES FOR EVERYBODY AT ALL PRIGESs Men's Shoes , S5 to SI .50. Boys' Shoes. S3 to 81.25. "Women'B Shoes , 84 to S1.5O. Mi.ibcs' & Children's Shoes , $2.25 to tSl.OO. W. L. Douglas shoes are it-cognized by expert judges of footwear to be the best in style , fit audwear produced in this country. Each part of the shoo aud every detail of the making is looked after aud watched over by skilled shoemakers , without regard to time or cost. If I could take you into my large factories at Brockton , Mass. , aud show you how carefully . L. Douglaa ahoes are made , you would then understand -why they hold their shape , fit wear longer , and are of greater value than any other makes. \ VT. L. DouKla * i name and price IB stamped on the bottom , which protects the 7rear r K lnst high price * and inferior ihoc.K. Tjxke Jfo Substitute. Sold by the best shoe dealers T ywbere. feat Color bvclctfutedexctixrtelv. Catalog mailed /rtc. TV. ! . DOUGJLtAS , * R. E. PARKS' EXCHANGE LIST Xo. 3. NW Yi 7-119-58 and XE i/i 12-J 19-59. All under fence ; 100 acres under cultivation : seed wind mill and well. Four miles west from neyj town on the 3r. & St. extension west from Watertown. Price $25.00. Will exchange for merchandise. A snap. Come and see it. ROSS E. PARKS , Lily , South Dakota ; Pins have been found among the Egyp tian mummies and in the prehistoric caves of Switzerland. WRITING TO ADVERTISE W c say you > avr Che in thla paper. S. C. N. TJ. - - Xo. 17 1907. The Genera ! Condemnation of So = CaIed ! Patent or Secret Medicines of an injurious character , which indulge in extravagant and unfounded pretensions to cure all manner of ills , and the National Legislation Enacted to Restrict Their Sale have established more clearly than could have been accomplished in any other way " * ? * The Value and Importance of Ethical Remedies. Remedies which physicians sanction for family use , as they act most beneficially and are gentle yet prompt in effect , and called ethical , because they are of Known Excellence and Quality and o Known Component Parts. To gain the full confidence of the Well-informed of the world and the approval of the most eminent physicians , it is essential that the component parts be known to and approved by them , and , therefore , the California Fig Syrup Company has published for many years past in its advertisements and upon every package a full statement thereof. The per fect purity and uniformity of product which they demand in a laxative remedy of an ethical character are assured by the California Fig Syrup Company's original method of manufacture , known tathe Company only. There are 'other ethical remedies approved by physicians , but the product of the California Fig Syrup Company possesses the advantage over all other family laxatives that it cleanses , sweetens and relieves the internal organs on which it acts , without disturbing the natural functions or any debilitating after effects and without having to increase the quantity from time to time. This valuable remedy has been long and favorably known under the name of Syrup of Figs , and has attained to world-wide acceptance as the most excellent of family laxatives , and as its pure laxative principles , obtained from Senna , are well known to physicians and the Well-informed of the world to be the best of natural fl laxatives , we have adopted the more elaborate name of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna , as more fully descriptive of the remedy , but doubtlessly it will always be called for by the shorter name of Syrup of Figs ; and to get its beneficial effects , always note , when purchasing , the full name of the Company California Fig Syrup Co. plainly printed on the front of every package , whether you simply call for Syrup of Figs , or by the full name , Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna , as Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna is the one laxative remedy manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Company , and the same heretofore known by the name , Syrup of Figs , which has given satisfaction to millions. The genuine is for sale by all leading druggists throughout the United States in original packages of one size only , the regular price of which is fifty-cents per bottle. Every bottle is sold under the general guarantee of the Company , filed with * the Secretary of Agriculture , at Washington , D. C. , the remedy is not adulterated or misbranded - branded within the meaning of the Food and Drugs Act June seth , 1906. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP San. Francisco , , Cal. Louisville , Ky. tl. S. A. New York , N. Y. London , England.