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Too inuch meat is absolutely hm ful to tbo'boily. Sailors cn board of Hips get scurvy wken their supply of ivegetablo food is exhausted. The di gestive organs of the human body de mand vegetable food, and If we don't cat enough vegetables we pay for It 4early. Nature gave ns wheat, and In every kernel of wheat nature has distrib uted iron, starch, phosphorus, lime, sugar, salt and other elements neces sary to make bone, blood and muscle. EGQ-O-SEE is wheat scientifically prepared. Cooked, and made Into crisp flakes, EGQ-O-SEE goes into the stomach ready for the digestive or gans to convert It into life-giving sub stances with but little effort EGQ-O-SEE eaters are a clean-eyed, strong and happy lot. The proof of a pudding and the proof of EGG-O-SEE Is in the eating. EGG-O-SEE besides being eolld nourishment is most pal atable. Every mouthful Is a Joy to the taste and direct benefit to your health. A 10-ccnt package of EGG-O-SEE contains ten liberal breakfasts. Our friends advertise us. They eat EGG-O-SEE for a whilo. They grow strong. They are well and happy and thev pa?s the good word along. Next time you rend to the grocer's ttll ycur boy or girl to bring homo a jacSfge of EGG-O-SEE. Have your ctiilaren eat EGG-O-SEE. It Is their friend. They'll eat EGG-O-SEE vlun r.othlns else will taste good. You try EGG-O-SEE and you can deduct the cort from your doctor's bllis. We eend our book, "Back to Nature." free. It's a good bookful of plain. good( common sense. If you want a copy, address EGG-O-SKE Company, 10 First St., Quincy, 111. A Balloon Incline Itallroad. Consul William Bardel writes from fiambcry that En;;ine?r Balderauer, of Salzbcrg, has invented a balloou railroad, experiments with which are now being ma.'e in the mountains in the neighborhood of that German city. It consists of a stationary balloon, which la fastened to a slitft? running along a single steel rail. The rail it fastened to the side of a Fta?p moun tain, which ordinary railroads could not climb, except through deep cuts and tunnels. The balloon is to float about .33 feet over the ground, aud a heavy, steel cable connects it with the rail. The conductor can, at will, make the balloon slide up and down the side of the mountain. For going up the motive power is furnished by hydrogen gas. while the descent i caused by pressure cf water, which Is poured into a large tank at the up per end of the road, and which serves as ballast. Suspended from the bal loon la a circular car with room for ten passengers. Tho cable goes from the bottom of the balloon through tho center of the car to a regulator of speed, which is controlled by the con ductor. The inventor of this railroad claims that hh patent will force all Incline cable roads out of existence. The fanatic would rather see the race go to the pit than that any should reach heaven unlabeled with his fad. Smoker have to o.ill for Lewi' Single Binder dpir to pet it. Your dealer or Lewis' Factory, 1'coria, 111. Money Is the best bait to fish for man with. From the French. Mrn. Wlnelow'e Poothln Pyrnp. Tor chllil'm tcetliluir, nufti-tm the Funis, rouures tn flftmiuittluu. allays pain, cure wtuil tulle. SJSea bottle. There's no argument equal to a hap py smile. A PRETTY MILKMAID ; Thinks Pt-runa Is a Wcnderful Medicine, 1 MIS3 ANNIE HENDRSN. : ' MISS ANNIE HENDREN, Eocklyn, Wash., writes: " I feel better than I have for over four years. I have taken several bottles of IVruna and one bottle of Manalln. " I can now do all of my work Jn tho house, milk the cows, take enre of tho milk, and bo forth. think Peruna la m moat wonderful medicine. " I believe I would bo in bed to-day If I had not written. to you for advice. I had taken all kinds of medicine, but none did me any good. "Peruna lias made me n ell and bappy girl. 1 can never Bay too much for Peruna." - Not only women of rank and leisure praise Peruna, but the wholesome, use ful women engaged in honest toil world renowned remedy. The Doctor baa prescribed it for many thousand women ererv "Tear and he sever fails to receive a multitude of let ters like the above, thanking him for 'Jni advice, and especially for the' won uiderful benefits received Ircm reruno. ;-; v - "'V I I CANNING DIRECTIONS. Wash Cans with Hot Soda.Wator- How to "Fill So They Will Not Break Use Good Rubbers. Prepare carefully and have every thing absolutely clean if you want your canned goods to keep. Wash the cans with hot soda water, and lightly bqll the covers In soda water. Then rlnso both in clear, hot water. Next test the cans by filling to the brim with hot water, adjusting new rubbers, screwing on tops, drying, and then Betting on their heads for an hour, or over night. If any cans leak, discard them, or test them again with new rubbers or covers. When satisfactor ily tested, be sure to keep the same cover to Kio same can, admonishes Farm and Home. Glass cans will not crack if, when filling them with hot frutt and Juices, you will first rinse the can with hot water, and place It upon a folded towel wrung out of hot water. Also place a ldng sliver spoon or fork In the can. which attracts the heat to Itself. Then stir the contents of the can with the silver spoon, bo as to break and remove any bubbles or air holes that may have gathered, and bo sure to have the can overflowing full before screwing on the cover. When tho can has cooled off (never place it in a draft) give tho screw another turn, for in cooling, the glass has very likely contracted somewhat. Then carefully set the cans away in a cool, dark, dry closet. Don't place 30 near together that they touch, and don't disturb them any more than you can help. If these rules are conscientiously followed, you ought to have no trou ble in keeping things, always provid ed, of course, that what you put in the cans was properly prepared, and all the rule3 of cleanliness were ob served. Never make the mistake of thinking half-ripe or over-rlpo or Im perfect fruit or vegetables are "good enough' to can." They are not, and if you do use them you are likely to have your trouble in vain. KISSING THE BABY. A Sweet-raced Toddler a Helpless Victim rind the Habit Is One That Should Bs Stopped. Ono of tho things upon which care ful mothers insist In engaging a nnrso for young children is that indiscrim inate kissing of her charges must be prevented. ,Many persons consider that a baby or sweetfaced-little tod dler met anywhere is a legitimate ob ject for kisses and fondling, a prac tice which cannot be too much dis couraged. A writer recently mado the startling statement, credited to a phy sician, n specialist in treating croup, that an adult with a simple case of catarrh can give a child membraneous croup. It is probable that this state ment needs qualification, that certain conditions are necessary beyond the mere contact of breath to develop the germs, but even the remote possibil ity should be sufficient to warn par ents and friends of their responsibil ity.. A physician's wife said not long ago, In regard to the same matter: "I was surprised, in securing a nurse for my first child, to have my husband object to one who came to me on trial. She was efficient and neat in every way, but she had very poor teeth. They were discolored, and evidently In poor condition, and my husband insisted I should dis charge her at the end of her trial week. 'The mouth,' he said, 'was a hotbed for septic germs, even in Its most perfect condition.' Ho would certainly have no nur30 about breath ing into his child's . face, who could not at least show a sound set of teeth. And' our next nurse, whose teeth were promising, but not quite perfect","" he Bent to our dentist for care- while she romain'ed with us." Bathing in White House Grounds. "Those Roosevelt boys," remarked a well-known citizen, "certainly? make the most of their opportunities for pleasure. You know there is a large fountain in the president's grounds south of the White House. Well, I was walking in that vicinity on one of tho warm days last week when I saw a sight that interested and amused me. "Two of the president's boys rushed across the lawn from the mansion In bathing suits of the scantiest type, and. mounting the iron rail of the fountain, dived in among the gold fish and aquatic plants. The water was rather cold, but those youngsters didn't seem to mind it a little bit. "After swimming around like por poises for a few minutes and indulging In a splashing battle the smaller boy climbed out of the basin and ran Into the White House with his brother In closo but futile pursuit. It was a hot day, and I envied them their big out of-dcor bath tub." Washington Star. Pick the Blossoms. Plants like sweet peas, nasturtiums and pansies, that produce a succession of flowers, should have toe oiossoms ntokPrl dailv to stop the formation of seed pods and consequent decrease In number of blossoms: but in the case rf itrh nlants as have but a short period of bloom, and but ono during tho year, the formation or seeu is pre ted to increase growth of roots and branches on which the naxt year's blossom depend. When Boilina Turnips. - A snoonful of sugar'out In the wa ter when boiling turnips will prevent their tasting bitter. Amber Color to Soup. A teaspoonful of burned sugar will give an amber color to soup mad from white meats. ' . In a few days a letter dropped In the Chicago general postofflce fifteen or twenty minutes before the depar ture of trains for St. Paul, Minneap olis, Omaha, St. Louis, New Orleans, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Cincinnati, Buffalo, New York and the east will be aboard flyers cn their way to these and hundreds of other points between the Lakes and the Gulf and the two oceans. The new fast work will be possible by the connection be tween the Chicago subway and the Illinois Central's mall rooms at the Park Row station, which is also used by the Michigan Central, Big Four and Wisconsin Central roads. The subway which runs under Wabash avenue has a spur In Thirteenth street to the south end of the big railway station. All sack mail to this station has been hauled by wagons. Now it will be dropped Into waiting electrical cars in the subway under the post office and rushed to the Park Row station, where it will be dumped onto waiting elevators which will lift them to the doors of waiting mail cars. FROG WAS TO BLAME. Weather Prophet Had Simply Put Faith Where He Bslieved He Had a Right. James Wilson, the secretary cf agrl culturet was discussing an antiquated kind of farming. "It is about as profitable and logi cal," he said, "as tho reather reading of a Connecticut farmhtnd I used to know. "This farmhand claimed that he could read tho weather Infallibly. On a walk with me one afternoon a frog croaked, end he Bald:v " 'We will have clear weather for 24 hours. When . a frog croaks In the afternoon you may be sure of 24 hours of sunshine.' . "We walked on. and in 20 minutes or so a heavy shower came up and we were both drenched to the skin. 'You are a flee weather prophet, said I, as we hurried homeward through the downpour. 'You ought to bo ashamed of yourself.' 'O. well.' said the farmhand, 'the frog lied. It's to blame, not me. Am I responsible for the morals cf that pcrtlcularfrog?' " AWFUL ITCHING ON SCALP. Hair Finally Had to Be Cut to Save Any Scalp Now in Good Condi tion Cured by Cutlcura. "I used the Cutlcura Soap and Oint ment for a diseased scalp, dandruff, and constantly falling of hair. Final ly I had to cut my hair to save any at all. Juet at that time I read about the Cutlcura Remedies. Once every week I shampooed my. hair with the Cutlcura Soap, and I used the Oint ment twice a week. In two months time my hair was long enough to do up in French twist. That is now five years ago, and I have a lovely head of hair. . Tne length is six Inches. be low my waist line, my scalp Is in very good condition, and no more dandruff or itching of the scalp. I used other remedies that were recom mended to me as good, but with no results. Mrs. W. F. Grless, Clay Cen ter, Neb., Oct. 23, 1905." . Sleepy Policeman's Mistake. An urban councillor of Milton, Sit tlngbourne. England, got Into a com partment at Barking In which a po liceman and a prisoner were travel ing. , Presently the policeman fell asleep and when the train reached Plalstow the prisoner, falling to arouse bis cus todian, quietly got out. When the po liceman woke up he mistook the urban councillor for his prisoner and tried to force him out to the platform. The councillor resisted, and the train went on to Bromley-by-Bow. Here the policeman succeeded In hauling the victim out and took him back to Plalstow by train. After a long cross-examination the councillor was liberated and reached home by cab in the small hours of the morning. Yellowstone Park. This Is the grand tourist resort of tue people and one of the most beau tiful parts of the American Continent Only by a trip to this reeion can the tourist comprehend the endless variety and stupendous grandeur of the fea tures embraced In this tract of country. Very low round-trio rates to this re sort have been put In effect this sum mer by the Union Pacifla and its connections. For full information in recard to rates, and Yellowstone Park folder, nauress w. u. Neimyer, a. A., 120 Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, 111. Adam and Eve should have got along better than they did consider ing that there was never any dispute about one leaving no room in the closet for the other to hang his clothes. TIM aCltTMl eoHMHT, Tt A CsrUfa Curt for TW, Hot, ActJnj 'OOWOTAOOIPTAeUSSTITUTB. I mm. nvn .inirit - iim In . mn mm , iiinl For Infanta and Children Bears f- ni i , i r-- m is w ji-m 01 I.--v. ' 'I i, .1m..-. .1-L 1,.. , s.v . ' ;Vv " s':y?$K only, by all company the front of The Age of Greed. "A few days ago, while walking down an Omaha street, I saw a man ahead of me drop a pocket book. A messenger boy picked it up. Just then the man missed it and the boy re turned it to him without looking In side. The man gave the boy a quar ter. The boy accepted it, but was dis gusted. "'Ia dat all I git for bein' honest?' he asked. 'Yer a pretty cheap guy!' , "There's Just three dollars in the pocketbook,' said the man. "'Well,' you oughter gimme a dol lar, anyway,' the boy replied. "Had I been the man I'd have been sorely tempted to add a kick to the quarter," concluded the traveling man. "And there are lots and lots of people Just like that boy in this world." Denver Post. "The best hearts are ever the brav est," said Sterne. hi MP nm t lit notit. spl4 SICK HEADACHE Positively cored by these Little Pills. They also relieve Dis tress from Djrpepsla, In digestion and Too Hearty Eating. A perfect rem edy for Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsiness, Bad Tasts in tbo Mouth, Coated Tongue, Pain In the side. TORPID LIVER. Taegr regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable. SMALLPJLL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. Genuine Must Bear ' Fac-Simile Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTES , A. N. K. 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Ini'i ' I Lomisvi CARTER'S CllTTLE I flVER CARTERS IflVER TflEWlNNINGSTRbKE If more than ordinary skill In playing brings the honors of the game to the winning player, so exceptional merit in a remedy ensures the commendation of the well Informed, and as, a rea- sonable amount of outdoor life and recreation Is conducivejto tho health and strength, so does a perfect laxative tend to one's improvement in cases of constipation, biliousness, headaches, etc. It is all importanthowever, in selecting a laxative, to choose one of known quality and excellence, like the ever pleasant Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., a laxativo which sweetens and cleanses the system effectually, when a laxative 13 needed, without any unpleasant after effects, as it acts naturally and gently on the internal organs, simply assisting nature when nature needs assistanco, without griping, irritating or debilitating the internal organs in anyway, as it contains nothing of an objectionable or injurious nature. As the plants which are combined with the figs in the manufacture of Syrup of Figs are known to physicians to act most beneficially upon the system, the remedy has met with their general approval as a family laxative, a fact well worth considering in making purchases. It is because of the fact that SYRUP OF FIGS Is a remedy of known quality and excellence, and approved by physicians that has led to its use by so many millions of well informed people, who would not use any remedy of uncertain quality or inferior reputation. Every family should have a bottle of the genuine on hand at all times, to use when a laxativo remedy is required. Please to remember that the genuine Syrup of Figs is for sale in bottles of ono size reputable druggists, and that full name of the California Fig Syrup Co., is plainly printed on every package. Regular price, 60c per bottle. l'F?rnia Fig Syrup (9 rtntifco Exceptionally Low Rates to Brighter Possibilities The Southwest is the land of possibilities. The opportunities for men of average means are brighter here than elsewhere you can get mors for your labor or your investment. The opportune time is now while the land is cheap. The country is settling up. If you purchase land now you will soon sec grow up around you a com munity of prosperous energetic men who like yourself have seen the brighter possi bilities of the Southwest, and have taken advantage of them. Alone the line of the MImoari, Kanxtf & Teiaa R y in Indian Territory, Oklahoma, and Tniat are vast area of unimproved land land not now yielding the crop of which it ia capable. The name thins, in a different way, ia true of the towna. Few linea of businem are adequately represented. There are openings of all aort for you. If you're in anyway interested in the Southwest, I'd like to aend you a copy of my free paper, " The Coming Country." r August 7th and 21st yon can make a trip Southwest exceptionally cheap. Round trip tickets, good thirty jo days, will be sold by all linea in connection with the M. K. & T. R'y at not more than one fare plua fa.oo; in many cases from Chicago to San An tonio, e. g the rate in f .oo, from St. Paul, (27.40. from St. Louis and Kansaa City, Sjo.co the rates are considerably lower. The tickets permit of stop-overs in both directions, via M-, K. & T. R'y. If your nearest railroad agent cannot give you the rates, write me for particulars. W. S. ST. GEORGE General Pxssenger Agent, M. K. & T. R'y Wainwright Building St Louis, Mo. O. W. 8111TU, 810 Marquette Bldg., Chicago, 111. "SOUTHWEST' ANNUAL PERSONALLY-CONDUCTED JlAGARApALLS EXCURSION VIA Lake Erie & Western R. R. The Pioneer Niagara Falls EXCURSION LINE , IN CONNECTION WITH THK Lake Shore & Michigan Southern By, Thursday9 August 29 1906 Ticket food returning paC&B. tin Steamer, Buffalo to Cleveland, if desired. 8IOI TRIPS TO TOROXTO.THOUSAKD ISLAKDS.Eta. , ALSO CHEAP RATES TO . 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