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L\ & How an abscess in the Fallo pian Tubes of Mrs. Hollinger was removed without a surgical operation. "I had an absccss in my side in the fallopian tube (the fallopian tube is a connection of the ovaries). I suffered untold misery and was 5 BO weak I could scarcely get around. The sharp burning pains low down in my side were terrible. My physi clan said there was no help for "mo unless I would go to the hospital and be operated on. I thought before that I would try L.ydia E. Pinkhani's Vegetable Compound which, fortunately, I did, and it has made me a stout, healthy woman. My advice to all women who suffer With any kind of female trouble is to commence taking Lydia E. rinkliam's Vegetable Compound at once."—Mrs. Iiia S. Hollincjkr. Btilvideo, Ohio.—*6000 it Caffniflivnt (nAWMKACKMerULOW) WILL COVER YOU AND KEEP YOU DRY IN THEWETTfST WEATHHt SSK Kl to WESTERN CANADA Has Free Homes For Millions! Upwunla of 100,000 Americans have settled in Western Canada during the last5years. They are contented, happy and prosperous and there is room etill for millions. Wondorful yields of Wheat and her grain*. Hcst Grazing Lands on the Continent cUuiuie, plenty of water and fuel. Good Schools i«rcoileut churches and splendid railway Iscilities. Free Homestead e? 160 Acres, Free the caly -chargo beinp $10 for entry. Bend to th® following for an Atlas and other liiorature, as well as for certificate, giving you reduced railway rates, etc.: Superintendent of Immigration, Ottawa, Can., or to Z. T. Holmes, 815 Jackhon St., St. Paul, Mmn.i W. V. Itauuett. 8Ui New York Life Building, Omaha, Neb. W. H. liogers, Wutortown, South Dakota, the author* tsed Canadian Government Agents. AVE MONEY Buy your gooda at Wholesale Prices. Our 1.000-page catalogue will be sent upon receipt of 15 cents. This amount does not even pay the postage, but It is sufficient to show us that you are acting In good faith. Better send for it now. Your neighbors trade with us—why not you also CHICAGO The house that tells the truth. Copyinir ilia Ivlders. Bobby has jnst finished a long story, full of terrible adventures with wild animals which he had met and van quished while out on the common with nurse the previous afternoon. Surprised Father (after waiting in consternation for a finish)—Now, you know, Bobby, there is not one word of truth in that whole story. Don't you know it is very wrong to tell un jtruths? Bobby—Yes. daddy. Surprised Father—Then, why have you Just told so many? Bobby—I only wanted to—to keep up the conversation'—Pnneh. Mm. Wlnalow'a Boorareo Bnuv for Children (Mthinc .often, the gums, reduce, inflammation, &1 lax, pain, euros wind eolie. 2d cent* a bottle. Simple. Friend—Why do you imagine that drink drives away .your troubles? Old Tank—Oil! I exchange one load for another. No muss or failures made with PUT NAM FADELESS DYES. Right is more beautiful than private affection, and is compatible with univer sal wisdom.—Emerson. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of •r- -c forfeit If original of tbou* Iftter proving genulnenest cannot b* produced. "OUld sri»m by this state nfent thai ^vonim* save time and much sickness if they would get Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound at once, ana also write to Mrs. Pinlcham at Lynn. Mass., for special ad vice. It Is free and always helps. No other person can efve such helpful advice as Mrs. Pinkham to women who are sick. 'RUNNING FOR COVER: THE ORIGINAL ^OVER'S ^S»bmss A New Danger. Every improvement is fraught with some now danger. Tlie wire ropes fastened to some of tlie i.iost danger ous pincos in the mountains of the Alps, while they form an important snfi'suiird, have boi»n found to present a new danger as well. They act as lightning conductors, and several tour ists were stunned during the past summer, but none of the casualties proved fatal. :.( lOiplltllHHl. Mamma—Willie, what's the baby cry ing lor 7 Willie—Oil! he's ungrateful that's what lie is. :UIII:I—I'ngratpfnl? \Vir.ie—Yes'm. 1 jest showed him how to eat liis enUe and he don't 'predate it. IMiiludelphia Press. Just in Time. Ui'oadland. S. Dak., Feb. 23.—Roadie County has never been so worked up :is during the last few weeks. Every one is talking ol' the wonderful case of (i. \V. Gray of ltroadlaiid. the par- I liculiirs of which are best told in the following statement which Mr. ijray lias .just published: "I was dying- I had given up fill hope. 1 was prostrate and as helpless as a little liabe. I had been ailing with Kidney Trouble for many years and it finally turned to liriglit's disease. All medicine had failed and I was in de spair. ,-I ordered one box of Dodd's Kid ney I'ills and this first box helped mo out. of bed. I continued the treatment till now I am a strong, well man. I praise God for the day when I decided to use Dodd's Kidney Pills." Everybody expected that Mr. Gray would die and his remarkable recovery is regarded as little short of a miracle by all who know how very low he was. Dodd's Kidney Pills are certainly a wonderful remedy. The most prominent Austrian trade union, the Gewerbe verein, of Lowe, Aus tria, has decided to send a deputation to the United States in 1904 to visit the St. Louis exposition. TO ACCOMMODATE those who are partial to the use of atomizers in ap plying liquids into the nasal passages for catarrhal troubles, we prepare Cream Balm in liquid form, known as Ely's Liquid Cream lialrn. Trice, in cluding the spray ins tube, is 75 cents. Druggists or by mail. The liquid em bodies the medicinal properties of the solid preparation. Ely Bros., 56 War ren St., New York. Albert Lea, Minn., March 21, 1001. Messrs. ELY BBOS.:—I suffered from a severe cold in the head. I could not breathe through my nostrils and was about dead from want of sleep. I used your Cream Balm and woke up with a clear head. I would not take five dollars for my bottle of Cream Balm if I could not get another. S. K. LANSDALE. Herr Krupp, the German gun manu facturer, lias a fortune of nearly $50, 0U0.000 and 8(1.000 employes. PROSPERITY IN CANADA. The Farmer in 'Western Canada Achieves Wonderful Success. One of the first thing: that the man who wishes to change his residence en deavors to find out is where he can go and succeed. It need be a matter of little doubt or Indecision now. Dur ing the past four or five years the de velopment of Western Canada has been so rapid, and the conditions of life there so widely known, that up wards of 100,000 Americans have taken up their homes there, and the experi ence of these people Is that they are thoroughly satisfied with their choice of home. The methods of farming there are similar to those adopted In the United States, but the operations are simpler, the yield of grain greater, and the profits more satisfactory. Ranching is carried on with lots of success. Mix ed farming Is always profitable, while the results in grain-raising are as cer tain as splendid soil, excellent climate and lots of sunlight can give. The yields of—but nothing is as sat isfactory as the experience of the farm er himself, and extracts are selected from one. A good intelligent farmer named Mears—John Mears, to be exact—left Cavalier County, North Dakota, two years ago, and followed the thousands who had already gone to Cai ada. He had twenty-flve years' experience in Minnesota, in buying grain, including flax but in all his experience he never saw a district so well suited to the growth of flax as Western Canada. The financial results of Mr. Mears' op erations in a single season are as fol lows: Wheat, 3,000 bushels 1 hard at 57Mie, $1,'785.00 2,630 bushels 1 North ern at 54c, $1,457.20 oats, 1,750 bush els at 35c, $612.50 speltz, 154 bushels at 75c, .$115.50 flax, 324 bushels at ?2, $62S. Total. $4,598.20. A return of more than $4,500 from a little over 2B0 acres, an average of $18 per acre, is surely testimony sufficiently strong to satisfy the most incredulous as to the money to be made out of the soil of the Canadian West. It is to facts like these—arguments expressible and dem onstrable in dollars and cents—that the steady northward movement of Ameri can farmers is due. Mr. Mears Is set tled near Areola, Assa. A number of Americans who have chosen Western Canada as a home had the idea that a man enjoyed less free dom in Canada, but they soon found their mistake, and say the laws of Canada are tle most liberal in the world, and such as prevent the litiga tion which breeds so much bad feeling between people In the United States and costs them so dear in lawyers' fees. The Government has established agencics at St. Paul, Minn. Omaha, Neb. Kansas City, Mo. Chicago, ill. Indianapolis, Ind. Milwaukee, Wis. WauM.ii, Wis. Detroit, Sault Ste. Marie and Marquette, Mich. Toledo, Ohio Watertown, S. D.| ttrand Porks, N. D., and Great Fall's, Mont., and the suggestion is made that by addressing any of these, who are the authorized agents of the Government, It will be to the advantage of the reader, who will be given the fullest and most au thentic Information regarding the re sults of mixed farming, daWytig, ranching and grain-raising, anl also supply infoiBBEtion as to freight and rates, etc. LETTER FROM LOWELL'S FATHER Gave Excellent Advice, Even Though It Was Not Acted Upon. James Russell Lowell did not win high rank of scholarship at Harvard, in his college days the curriculum was narrow and fixed, and a man of Low ell's temperament, although he was by no means indolent, could not confine himself within strict limits, but reached out into miscellaneous reading. He had the happy faculty which geniuses may exercise of going out of bounds in or der to broaden according to his own tastes, he disregarded the discipline which ordinary men cannot safely neg lect. When he was graduated he stood low in his class, but had a greater knowl edge of the world's literature than many of his professors. His father, a good gentleman of an earlier and more methodical school, had stricter ideas than his son was willing or able to live up to. A-letter to the sou, at a time when Lowell was still too young to show his special talents, is quoted ill Horace E. Sciulder's new life' of the author of "The Bigclow Papers.!' The letter contains good advice, even though a great man like Lowell could ignore it with impunity. "My dear son," writes the elder Low ell, "I shall direct Charles to pay you half a dollar a week. If you are one of the first eight to be admitted to I'hi Beta Kappa an honorary society for the highest scholars'), one dollar per week as soon as you are admitted. If you are not, to pay you seventy-five cents per week as soon as you are ad mitted. "If you graduate one of the first five in your class, I shall give you $100 on your graduation. If one of the first ten, $75. If one of the first twelve, $50. If the first or second scholar,. $200. If you do not miss any exercises unex cused, you shall have Bryant's 'Mythol ogy' or any book of equal value. ''My dear child. I wish you to be faith ful to yourself. You can easily be a fine scholar. Use regular exercise. As sociate with those who will exert the best influence upon you. Say your prayers anc'i read your Bible every day. I trust you have made up all your ex ercises. If not, make them in one week." ..I 1 A Terrible Chnneo. "Sliakspearc took some great risks in his dramatic effects," said the literary analyst. "He did, indeed," answered Mr. Stormington Barnes, with the innocent egotism of senilis. "For instance, when he wrote his plays, he had no idea that I would he lioru to see that they were properly prodm-cd."—Washington Star. The Bad Kind. Miss Barkis—1 suppose you never dream oE marrying? Bondsby—Oh, sometimes—after a late and particularly indigestible supper.—The Cigarette. Engagement Announced Next Day. She (at the dance)—What figure do yon like best in the german? He—Yours. The Mystery Solved. With the old surety. St. Jacobs Oil to cure Lumbago and Sciatica There is bo luch word as fail. Price, 25c. and 50c. Miles—I wonder why a woman seldom talks to herself? Giles—Because in that case 6he would have to do the listening also.—Chicago News. It is asserted that the big city horse shows are not by any means so fa»hion able as they used to be—the automobile having edged them a little into the chill. It is pure. It is gentle. It is pleasant. It is efficacious. It is not expensive. It is good for children. It is excellent for ladies. It is convenient for business men. (t How? Now how did woman her anger express Before there were doors to slam, Supposing, of course, there was never a time When one of her sex might say —Detroit Journal. Keokuk, an Ipdian chief, furnished the name for an Iowa town. The word means sly fox. Why SyruPiOf Figs It is perfectly safe under all circumstances. It is used by millions of families the world over. It stands highest, as a laxative, with physicians. If you use it you have the best laxative the world produces. lax&tiv* ih»- A AK0TA 1 EVA DA 1 Salter's Rape Rives IUcll, urccn food afj 23c a lOQ lahd Peruna is recommended by fifty members of Congress, by Governors, Consuls, Generals, Majors, Captains, Admirals, Eniinent Physicians, Clergymen, many Hospitals and public institu tions, and thousands upon thousands of those in the humbler walks of life. Kani SPELTZ— ItPWwiuit 18 ltl FAR!¥T*Zara! gy SALTER'S SEEDS SEVER FAIL! Vfr 1,000,000 Customers Proudest record of nny seedsman on eaxtb., and yet we nre rracliinp out for more. "W© desiro. by July i^t, soo,000 mere &ud henco tbis unprecedented otter. ,et( .,ct\,positively worth $10.00 to pet a sum with. ^BEf hut send ^SrffT IOc.^RSbt 111 ,taIup8, GREGORY'S OPE1I^C alouo.ee. Send at onoft 6014 Md*r S US three warrani HeweatelogMfrec i. J. H. GREGORY A SOH, Bit be*d, Iiu. He Ought To. Bigway—You see things in a new light since you were married? Bagway—I should say so. We got thirty-six lamps for wedding presents. Becaxjse Its component parts are all wholesome. It acts gently without unpleasant after-effects. It is wholly free from objectionable substances It contains the laxative principles of plants. It contains the carminative principles of plants. It contains wholesome aromatic liquids which ar5 agreeable and refreshing to the taste. All are pure. All are delicately blended. All are skillfully and scientifically compounded. Its value is due to our method of manufacture and to the originality and simplicity of the combination. To get its beneficial effects buy the genuine. Manufactured by (AUTORfflA pfi^YRlIP San Francisco, Cak. Louisville, Ky. Now York. N. Y. FOB SALS ALL LEADING SB UO OJSTS. V&L, di Capsicum Vaseline I Put Up in Collapsible 1 ubes. A Substitute tor and Superior to Mustard or othiT plaster, mill will not blister tlio mostdeUcata Bkiu. The ptiin lilliiyint and curativo qualltiai o( this article are woml^rful. It, will J.lop the tootL 1 $10.00 for lOc. SA We will mail upon rocelpt of inc. In stomps mk our ereat eaUUoKuo, worth $100.00 to any "W'ui* ftw.ike iarmer or unrdener to tlvr with many farm seed samples, VCkTeoHint.'*, Heard less Hitrh'y, Bromus, JPm ache at oncc, and relieve heudaclie ami iclftttofc. We rccommend it as the liest. und safest external' counter-irritant knuwn, also as an external rem% dy for puins In the chest and Btomnch and *9 rheumatic, neuralgic and gouty complaints 1 A trial will prove what wo claim for it, and It will bo found to bo invaluable in the houaahold. Many people say '-It is the best ol all vour preps* rations," Price 15 cents, at all druggists, or other de&lerv or by sending this amount to us in postau'o itampfc. I we will send you a tube by mail. No article should be accepted by the publlo uiv less the s:i me carries our label, as otherwise It It not genuine. CHESEBR0UGH MANUFACTURING CO. 17 State St., New York City. Thompson's Eye Watei B. C. N. U. No. O—1003 What excuse can any woman'offer fo» making her liat ati advertisement of tb* murder of beauty, innocence and songl i' I \i I 8 'W?