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AND SCIATICA ST; Penetrate to the Spot Rltfht on the dot. Price 23c end SOe To Be Refilled. One of the suburbs of Chicago Is the site of a well-known school of theol ogy, from which go out each weekend many members of the senior class to try their voices as "supplies." A passenger on a Monday morning train was surprised at the number of them who got off at the station. "What are all these chaps getting off here?" he asked the brakeman. "Them?" asked the brakeman. "O. they're returned empties, for the col lege." -Youth's Companion. Stood the Test. Allcock's Plasters have successfully stood the test of sixty years' use by the public; their virtues have nover been equaled by the unscrupulous Im itators who have sought to trade upon their reputation by making plasters with holes In them, and claiming them to be "Just as good as Allcock's." Allcock's plasters stand to-day In dorsed by not only the highest medical authorities, but by millions of grateful patients who have proved their effi cacy as a household remedy. Without self-sacrifice true friend ship cannot exist. Goethe. FILM CCIir.D IX S TO 14 DATS. FAZO OINTMK.NT U puaranifOft to rare an caw of licb'nx. Wind. Illooilinn or ITotrudiug 1'ilaa it to 14 daraurmuoer refunded. Wo. The greatest of faults is to be con scious of none. Carlyle. Given Free If You Are Sick. Sheboygan Chemist Will Send Sample Bottle of His Remedy to Any Address, All Charges Paid. One of the most liberal offers evei made by a responsible business man has been announced by M. It. Zaegel, of Sheboygan, Wis., a leading chemist of that city. It has been the aim of scientists foi years to find some liquid preparation which would possess anodyne, astrin gent and antiseptic properties and ye1 be of such a consistency that it would penetrate, first, through the skin, then through the muscles and finally to th very bones, exerting on its way down, healing and pain destroying proper ties. A few years ago Mr. Zaegel, in th course of his scientific investigations, discovered this long sought secret. The fame of Z. M. O., as he 'calls it, soon spread far beyond the confines ol his home city and thousands of per sons In all parts of the country have been convinced of its merit, .... Z. M. O. Is a mixture of vegetable and mineral oils forming an amber colored liquid of pleasant odor and taste, which, when used as directed, gives prompt relief to pain. Applied to cuts, sores, burns and bruUes, it heals, as owing to its antiseptic properties, no pus or matter can form in any wound where this wonderful oil Is used. Mr. Zaegel has retired from his drug business and will devote his entire time to extending the blessing of Z. M. O. He has determined to give away absolutely free a sample bottle of Z. M. O. to all who suffer from Wounds, Backache, Rheumatism and Piles. Take advantage at once of this free offer, as every household should have a bottle of Z. M. O. Write Mr. Zaegel, 117 Main street, Sheboygan, Wis., state the nature of your complaint, and a free trial-bottle will be mailed at once, all charges paid. So many are taking advantage of this offer that Mr. Zaegel says he does not know how long he can continue to give away free samples. Write at once if you have Wounds, Backache, Rheumatism or Piles. PERFECTION POULTRYind 0. K. Poultr) Rabbit Feoci The name luelf dMrtba Hand for eatalo-na "free, wblab girt deoerlDttnn of all onr tmrn and iroa catea. IfflBCIKS VIM f HCI CO.. MOtMOS. INK INVENTIONS HEEDED ntrtn wrrk ani pa """ . f0 RVIVtrK M WKMI'r,hiIU.rv" I. WMMaataa.lt. I I. laSl. BWkM a-M. Bt rrim. PATENTS Wm t. ttUmmm, Patoat Attn, aav, Waahtnatna, I). O. Adric Ire, faraalo. flth tmj NEEDED IN THE KITCHEN. Some Time Severs and Helps for the Busy Cook. If you have no fish kettle tie the fish In a piece of coarse muslin before cooking it, so that there may be no delay in lifting it out when done. Rub It slightly with vinegar or add a little to the boiling water, as it whitens the Ash and makes It firmer. Small mustard tins make good spice boxes If a neat label Is placed on the front of each tin. An earthen pan is the best receptacle for keeping bread fresh, but if this cannot be obtained, a large tin with a good lid makes a capital substitute. For the cutter which is used for stamping out rounds of pastry use lids of tins, tops of tumblers or wine glasses. A good set of weights and scales should find a place In every kitchen. Quantities may sometimes be guessed pretty accurately, but there are many things which must be weighed. 'I 8AND FOR PASTRY-BOARD. Setter Than 8oap or 8oda to Preserve Whiteness. In scrubbing a pastry-board, to get It a nice white, plenty of sand must be used in this way. First wash the board, then sprinkle it with sand and scrub it with a brush the same way as the grain of the wood, so that the dirt is taken off without making the board rough. Rinse the sand off in plenty of cold water, wipe it with a clean cloth, and Bet it in the air until dry. In scrubbing floors and tables do not use soda, for it makes boards a bad color, ZAi does not cleanse better than soap with plenty of warm water. In teach ing young girls to scrub boards, It is very difficult to make them under stand that the brush must always be worked the way of the grain in the wood, and never across it. Air the Linen. With regard to the airing of house hold linen, it is impossible to be too careful at this season of the year. The clothes on the return from the laundry should, without fall, be un folded and hung on a clothes-horse in the kitchen for a night before being put away, while linen which has been put away for some time should like wise be aired in front of the Are be fore being worn again. Sheets and pillow cases, although kept In a hot air cupboard, should Invariably bo properly aired before being put on the beds, as the heat of the cupboard is apt to be moist, and the closely fold ed sheets hold the damp. Careful air ing preserves the linen Itself, and pre vents spots and mildew on the sheets, as well as being necessary from a health point of view. . New Use for Potatoes. A recipe which is efficacious for cleaning fabrics without injuring their texture or changing their color is the following, which Is also good for clean ing rugs and carpets. Orate two raw potatoes in a basin which contains a pint of clear cold water. Now strain them through a sieve, allowing the liquid to fall into another bowl contain ing another pint of cold water. When it settles, pour off the water into a bottle and keep It for future use. . Dip a sponge into the potato water and rub the soiled garment carefully, after which it may be washed in clear water. Tinware. Tinware should be rubbed with a flannel cloth, well soaped, to remove all stains, brightened with a dry flan nel dipped in whiting, and finished with the ever useful chamois. :.. For zinc baths and zinc covered tables nothing is more effectual than powdered bathbrick used along with Boap; polish off with dry whiting, and finish with chamois, as in the previous casx Turkey 8oup. This is made of the framework and other left-overs of the turkey. Put the carcass and other bones in the Boup kettle, cover with cold water, add a sliced onion, a cupful of toma toes, half a cupful of well-washed cel ery tops, and salt and pepper to sea son. Simmer gently two or three hours, until the bones are clean, then strain and serve. . A pood Paste for Cleaning. A good cleaning paste for articles of copper, and coarse steel may be made by using equal quantities of pow dered bathbrick, ordinary polishing paste cut in small pieces, whiting and soft soap. The mixture should be well stirred together, and mixed with tepid water to a consistency pleasant to work with. Baked Bananas. Remove a strip of skin from each banana so that it- shall be open on top as the fruit lies naturally. Sprinkle this with sugar and lemon Juice and bake in a hot oven for 20 minutes, or till the skin is black ani tho pulp soft; serve hot. Bean 8llces. The beans when cooked tender may be drained and pressed through a sieve. Then pack in a baking powder can. Slice and serve with a French dressing. Lima beans are also de licious cooked thoroughly, chilled and served with a simple dressing or tossed in butter and served hot. Coffee Jelly. Take the coffee left from breakfast and heat on the stove; sweeten to taste with sugar, and stir until It dis solves. Add sufficient gelatine dis solved In cold water to set it aud turn it Into a mold. One-half a box of gelatine sets a quart of coffee.4 Secret of Japan's Success. Gen. Sir Ian Hamilton of the British army wrote the evening after on of the great battles which he had wit nessed between Russians and Japa nese In the recent war in Manchuria: "To bed I Although It is with re luctance that I prepare to lose my grip of the exciting consciousness that I have to-day seen the most stupendous spectacle that it is possible for mortal brain to conceive Asia advancing, Europe falling back; the wall of mist and the writing thereon." Then as to the meaning of this retreat of Europe be foro advancing Asia: "The more I think the more certain I am that It was not strategy or tactics, or arma ment or information, which won the battle of Llaoyang for Oyama, but that It was rather the souls of the Japanese troops which triumphed over the less developed, less awakened, less stimu lated qualities of the Russians." Low One-Way Rates. Every day to April 30th, 1907, the Union Pacific will sell One-Way Colon ist tickets from Chicago, at the follow ing rates: 1 $30.00 to Ogden and Salt Lake City. $30.00 to Butte, Anaconda and Helena. $30.50 to Spokane and Wenatchee, Washington. $33.00 to Everett, Fairhaven, What com, Vancouver and Victoria, via Huntington and Spokane. $33.00 to Tacoma and Seattle, via Huntington and Portland or via Huntington and Spokane. $33.00 to Portland and Astoria, or Ashland, Roseberg, Eugene Al bany and Salem, via Portland. $33.00 to San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego. Correspondingly low rates to many other California, Oregon, Washington, Montana, Utah, and Idaho points. For full information call on or address W. O. Nelmyer, G. A., 120 Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, 111. THE ARTISTIC WALL. One of 8olld Color Will Always Give Best Effect. The dearest, daintiest, most artistic wall is a solid colored wall. It fur nishes a perfect background for all kinds of pictures, it throws them out in their correct proportions, and does not detract from their artistic value. The solid colored wall is also much better as a background for furniture, and harmonizes much more artistical ly with carpets and rugs than any other method of wall treatment. The less breaking up of color on a wall the more artistic it is. The most successful form of the solid colored wall Is an alabastlned wall. There Is as much difference be tween tinted walls, as there is be tween shoddy and all-wool gowns. The shoddy gown holds Its color for a few days, while the all-wool keeps its color to the very last thread, so also in solid colored walls, there are shoddy walls and permanently colored walls which retain their color down to the very last particle.. The ideal wall coating never rubs off, never flakes nor chips off and is always ready for a fresh coat. If there is wallpaper on the wall, soak it off with warm water, then go over the plaster after you havo removed the paper with warm water to remove every trace of paste. Have the wall thoroughly clean for a clean wall cannot be built on an un clean foundation. If there are any particles of foreign matter adhering to the wall scrape them off with a putty knife. ' Then If there are any dlscoloratlons on the wall, size it with a material made from cheap varnish, thinned down with benzine and japan added for a drier, then cover your wall with your tinting material. Be sure your man uses a tinting ma terial mixed with cold water. If he comes to you and asks for warm wa ter, you can make up your mind that there is glue in the material which he proposes to put on your wall, and you can be certain that you are going to have a shoddy wall, for glue means shoddy. Glue means that it will hold Its color long enough for the man to collect his bill and not much longer. Insist on your tinting material being mixed with clearold water. Be sure that your wall is made from pure ma terials, then you will have a perma nent, artistic, sanitary wall. A wall that will be a "thing of beauty and a Joy forever." FOOLED THE PREACHER. Brother Thought Postum as Coffee. A wise doctor found out coffee was hurting him, bo ho quit drinking it. He was so busy with his practice, however, that his wife had to write bow he fooled his brother, a clergy man, one day at dinner. She says: "Doctor found coffee was injuring him and decided to give Postum a trial, and we have used it now for four years, with continued benefit In fact, ho is now free from the long train of Ills that follow coffee drink ing. "To show how successful we are In making Postum properly I will re late an Incident. At a dinner we gave, Doctor, suggested we serve Postum Instead of ordinary coffee. "Doctor's brother, a Clergyman, sup posed it was old fashioned coffee and remarked, as he called for. his sec ond cup: 'If you do preach against coffee, I see you haven't forgotten how to make it.' " This goes to show that well-made fully boiled Postum has much the flavor and richness of good coffee al though It has an individuality all Its own. A ten days' trial will prove that It has none of the poisonous effect of ordinary coffee, but will correct the troubles caused by coffee. "There's a reason." Kama furnished by Postum Co, Ltd., Battle Creek, Midi. Toil can do your dyeing fn half an hour with PUTNAM FADELESS DYES. Ask your druggist. When anyone has done you a favor bow small It looks the day after. Lewis' Single Binder straight Co cigar made of rich, mellow tobacco. Your dealer or Lewis' Factory, Peoria, 111. All philosophy lies In two words "sustain" and "abstain." Esictetus. OHLYONB "BHOMO Qcnmrsp that la LAXAT1VB BHOMO Onlalne. BlmllartT oanad remedial aoiuellmaa dooal.e. The flrat and orialoal Cold Tablet la a Willi M PACK AUK with black and red lettering, and bears toe Ifoatura of JCW.UUOVJfi. 260. The noblest spirit Is most strongly attracted by the love of glory. Cicero. One trial will convince you of the pe culiar fitness of Nature's remedy, Garfield Tea, for liver, kidneys, stomach and bowels, for impure blood, rheumatism and chronic ailments. Character is that kind of statuary which a man cuts out with himself as both tool and subject. Sterne. FITS, St. Vitus Dance and all Nervous Diseases permanently cured by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. Send for Free 12.00 trial bottle and treatise. Dr. K. H. Kline, Ld., 931 Arch St.. Philadelphia, Pa. So mysteriously are we linked with others In this world that we cannot fall in our duty without harming oth ers, nor bear ourselves bravely with out benefit to others. Scovil. It Cures While You Walk.' Allen's Foot-Ease is a certain cure for hot, sweating, callous, and swollen, aching feet. Sold by all druggints. Price 2fio. Don't aejeptanv substitute. Trial package FREE. Address Allen S. Olmsted. Le Roy. N. Y. Bold Raid by Foxes. A curious vulpine raid was witness ed one recent . Sunday on ithe Manor farm, Corston, near Malmesbury. A number of unsuspecting fowls were feeding quietly in one of the fields when a band of fire foxes appeared. Heading for the fowls, they each pick ed out one of the .unfortunate birds and made off, carrying their prey with them. London Dally Mall. Oats Heads 2 Foot Long. The John A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis., are bringing out a new oats this year with heads 2 foot long! That's a wonder. Their catalog tells! Speta the greatest cereal hay food America ever aaw! Catalog tells I Our mammoth 148-page Seed and Tool Catalog is mailed free to all intending buyers, or send 0c in stamps and receive free samples of new Two Foot Long Oats and other cereals and big catalog free. John A. Salzer Seed Co., Box W, La Crosse. Wis. Rockefeller Escaped. Judge Hedeman, Journalist of France, was sent by ifis paper, the Matin, to interview John D. Rocke feller, when the latter was at Com pelgne last summer. "Mr. Rocke feller." said M. Jules, "I desire to in terview you." "Ah" replied Mr. Rock efeller. "I desire to ask you some questions about yourself and receive answers therefor." "Ah!" said Mr. Rockefeller. "I desire to discover If many of the things said about you are true." Mr. Rockefeller pondered. At last he said: "I have heard it charged that I am so stingy I will never take a cab. This is not true, for if you will observe closely you will see that I intend to take one now." And he did. Personal knowledge this competitive age ana when of ample character it places its fortunate possessor in the front ranis of The Well Informed of the World. A vast fund of personal knowledge is really essential to the achievement of the highest excellence in any field of human effort A Knowledge of Forms, Knowledge of Functions and Knowl edge of Products are all of the utmost value and in questions of life and health when a true and wholesome remedy is desired it should be remembered that Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., is an ethic J product which has met with the approval of the most eminent physicians and gives universal satisfaction, because it is a remedy of Known Quality. Known Excellence and Known Component Parts and has won the valuable patronage of rmllions of the Well Informed of the( world, who know of their own personal knowledge and from actual use that it is the first and best of family laxatives, for This valuable remedy under the name of Syrup of Figs and has attained to world, wide acceptance as the most excellent family laxative. As its pure laxative principles, obtained from and the Well Informed or the world to be the best we have adopted the more elaborate name of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna as mote fully descriptive of the remedv. . but doubtless it will name of Syrup of rW$ firtXw LOUISVILLE, KY. .. WOMEN IN HOSPITAES Experiences of Mrs. Rockwood ani Miss Tlerney MISS MARGARET TIERNEY A large proportion of the operations performed in our hospitals are upon women and girls for some organic trouble. Why should this be the case !j Because they have negleoted them selves, as every one of these patients in the hospital beds had plenty of warning in those dragging sensations, pains at left or right of abdomen, backaches, nervons exhaustion, in flammation, ulceration, displace ments, and other organie weaknesses. All of these symptoms are indica tions of an unhealthy condition of the female system and if not heeded the penalty has to be paid by a dangerous operation. When these symptoms manifest themselves, do not drag along until you are obliged to go to the hospital and submit to an opera tionbut remember that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, mado from native roots and herbs, has saved hundreds of women from surgical operations. Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compounda has cured more cases of feminine ills than any other one remedy. Such letters as thefollowing Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women Women suffering from any form of female weakness are. 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OF 's Cream Balm I ?&vlaSl II AY FEVER Personal Kngwledg is the winning (actor in the culminating which no extravagant or unreasonable claims has been Ions and favorably known Senna, are well known to physicians always be called for by the shorter Figs and to get its beneficial effects, always note, when purchasing the full name of the Company California Fig Syrup Co. printed on the front of every package, whether you call for oyrup of Figs or K)V tk full nam- .Svnir rl rigs and tuxir ot Senna. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. LONoohkcNGLAND. M RS. CHAS. A. ROCKWOOD are constantly being1 received by Mrs. Pinkhaui to prove our claims. Mrs. C. A. Rockwood, teacher of Parliamentary Law, of 63 Free St., Fredonia, N. Y., writes t "For years I suffered with female trouble. ' It was decided that an operation was neoes nary, and although I submitted to a serious operation my sufferings continued, until Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound was recommended and it proved a marvelous remedy, so quickly did it restore my health . I cannot thank you sufficiently for the good it has done me." . ) Miss Margaret Tlerney, of No. 323 W. 25th Street, New York, writes: Dear Mrs. Finkham: "When only eighteen years of age our physician decided that an operation was necessary to permit of my womanly organs performing their natural functions. My mother objected and being urged by a relative to try Lrdia E. Pinkham's Veget able Compound did so. I soon improved in health, the proper conditions were establish ed and I am well and strong, thanks to Lydia B. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." No other remedy has such un qualified endorsement as Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. No other remedy in the world haa such a record of cures of female ills. why they hold their shape, tit better, ny (Illlcr lllKFS, bottom, whins protect. th. wraivrarainat high ret. VV. L.. UUlULAlt, Urucktou.Alaaa.' YOU PROBABLY KNOW of the great profits which have been mads from copper mining and also know that the prices and dividends are constantly increas ing. You know also that the multi-millionaires are heavily in the game and that hey are winning as they generally do. Can't you get in too on the ground floor. I mean? We have a proved, producing and strong copper district here and there is a chance to get in on good propositions (ground floor) and to rise with them. Let us tell you about It. This is whera tho Old Dominion mines are at Globe. Address, Tke Arisoaa Security & DTt1opneat AiMciatioa, J. A. IMDEAUI, fitiwrtt Maaiitr. GLOBE, ARIZONA. contests of are made. 7: ,4j i3 NEW YORK.N.Y'