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the conditions of their customers, Pur
IbIiw dre8H!nukcrtt huv recently pro
vided threo new "creations," do
ecrlbed ns "Triple Alliance," "Trlplo
Entente" and "Political Horizon."
Women of neutral states will of
courso wear the lafct. New York Sun.
Willis Is that new young preacher
you hired fresh fiom collegu up to
Olllls You bet. Ho called out tho
Easter choir squad last Sunday, and
ban ordered practice behind closed
Wizard of Finance.
"Would you Btlck to your husband
If he stole n million dollars?"
"If ho succeeded In keeping It."
Dr. Plrrcc's Pellet, minll, piiKHr-eoatpd,
easy to Uku rr oiiidy. rculato nnU Invigor
ate Etomach, liver anil ImwuIh hihI euro cun
The man who consults a beauty
doctor evidently has a leaky brain
A HIDDEN DANGER
It Is a duty of . "bm
tho kidneys to rid
tho blood of urlcw
acid, an irritating t--'
poison that is con-j
Btantly forming in-
When tho kid
neys fall, uric acid
weak eyes, dropsy
or heart dlscaso.
Pills help tho kid
neys fight off uric
acid bringing now
strength to weak ktdneyB and re
lief from backache and urinary ills.
An Indiana Cm
Mr.0onronalrrtn(rtfin. Crawford still. Ind ,
ays: "Mr limbs Rwrllodlwlwrinriniilsli". nnd
my body wiumoDlnalfil 1 mulct hardly brnathn.
1 had awftil pains In my bni'k. and trrrlblo head
aches. I apent works In a liimpllal, but cuiiin
ont worso than oyer. I tiadelx-n up hupnwhen
1 began U"iln Moan's Kidney IMIK They etiretl
ids completely, aod 1 bavo bad ou trouble since. "
Get Dots' at Any Store. 60e a Box
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Sloan's Liniment gives
quick relief for cough, cold,
Hoarseness, soro throat,
croup, asthma, hay fever
Mr. Aliikiit W.PaiCE.of Frodonta,
Kati., writes : " Wo use Moon's Lini
ment In the family and And It an ex
cellent relief for colds aud hay fever
attacks. Jt stops coughing and aneea
Ing almost Instantly."
RELIEVED SORE THROAT.
Mrs. L. BnEwru, of Modollo.Fln,.,
writes: " I bought on bottle of your
J.nlinent and ItilUlmoall the good In
the world. My throat was rerjr soro,
and It cured ue of in y trouble."
GOOD FOR COLD AND CROUP.
Mn. W. II. STitAxen, 37'.'1 Elmnnod
Arenue, Chicago, III., writes) "A lit
tle boy next itixir had croup. I gave
the mother Sloan's I.lnlinent to try.
She gave him threo drops on augur
before golnit to bed, and he gut up
without the croup In tho morning."
PrlOBf 2BO; 50o., $UOO
Ths Dr. Ben). F. Bailey Sanatorium
hs brick and stono buildings so taste
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XXiQtiy HOME. Writa for particular
7. ijf Address
Vy JL iy tP. Boston,
Vmjf jjfl Mass.
HrJBjOJsBBB' i PJOJ 1 1 aH I it r w OJ
rhvb1hIih1" 1)1' v "15b
ENEMY NEXT DOOR
What Happened When He Was
Brought to Her Home Near
By SUSANNE GLENN.
"(iood morning," called tho man
across tho hedge- In what Miss Mattlo
Muyno eon s I ip red a disagreeably
"(Sood morning," ho repeated, loud
er and inoro cheerfully, uh she contin
ued pruning her currant, bunnon In si
lence. She lifted her head tlien with a dig
nity that h!io meant to bo chilling,
and looked him over critically, before
sho resumed her pruning.
"He Is one of those men who nev
er can seo through anything," Bho
sighed In exasperation, knowing that
Mary Iauo was enjoying her dlscom
llturo from the hack porch adjoining.
Tho man, sho decided, was big with
an nil-pervading cheerfulness, and
might have been called good-looking
If ho had not resembled ho much the
rest of tho Uaytons!
"I wonder," he wns Buying to him
self, "If sho can possibly bo deaf?"
Ho cam. unite close to the dividing
hedge. "Won't you let mo come over
and do that for you?" he fairly shout
ed, and Allan .Mattlo distinctly heard a
Btirpressed laugh from the Uino back
With cheeks eutlrely scarlet, Bho ap
proached the hedge, pruning knlfo
in hand Seldom had sliu appeared to
better advantage, and sho was not a
plain woman at any time.
"1 am not deaf," sho explained
painstakingly, and in a voice too low
for any ears hut his. "Could you not
see that I did not caro to speak to
"Hut why?" ho demanded, imitating
her tone ns well as his good bass
volco would allow, his admiration
shining openly In his eyes. "I'd llko
to come over aud do that hard work
for you. What is tho reason I can
not?" "Hecause," said Miss Mattlo slowly,
"we are enemies."
"Enemies?" Ho threw his head
suddenly and laughed so unre
strainedly that a head appeared at a
nearby window. "Why, my dear young
lady, how can wo bo enemlcB when
wo aro strangers. If wo aro to be
"Hut wo are not to bo neighbors,"
sho interrupted coolly. "I have nev
er neighbored with the Daytons. And
I beg of you to remember It, and not
make mo ridiculous beforo everyono
In the street." And she returned to
her pruning without another glanco la
What Philip Dayton thought of this
dismissal cannot be recorded, becauso
ho had recently como to the old Day
ton homestead upon Inheriting It at
tho death of his undo, and he had
made nono of the interested neighbors
his confidant. -He settled down with
a capable housekeeper, and Miss
Mayno continually heard him spoken
of in tho highest terms of approval,
all of which she accepted in silenco.
Hut it takes two to make' a bargain,
as she presently began to perceive;
sho might refuse to be his neighbor,
but ho certainly had every intention of
Ono morning Bho found on her back
porch a basket of such grapes as grew
nowhere but in tho Dayton garden.
"The horrid wretch," she cried, "uot
to glvo mo an opportunity to refuse
them. Now 1 shall havo to accept, or
let them spoil." And sho carried thorn
Another morning, following a moon
light night, she found tho apples from
her Spy tree in a neat pile at tho foot
of her back steps. "I was out there
yeBterday wondering how I should get
them, and 1 suppose I was seen! I
declare, It la getting so I hardly daro
walk about my own garden!"
When snow came, which It did
early, as if. In exasperation, nothing
could mako htm desist from keeping
her paths clear. And Miss Mattlo at
tacked her morning work furiously
to drown tho sound of his shovel,
keenly conscious of tho peerings and
titterings along tho street.
Tho Dayton cat, a huge, black crea
ture, seemed to Bhare In tho friend
liness of hla master and haunted her
premises persistently, wbllo the Day
ton puppy chewed up her door mat and
the evening paper.
Hy spring Miss Mattie was actually
showing signB of tho strain. There
was a little pucker of worry between
her eyes, and sho really dreaded the
season of out-door living and garden
making. It was a shame, for she was
ardently fond of gardening.
Happy that sho waa freo from ob
servation, Miss Mayno dug contented
ly In a warm, early bed cloeo to tho
sheltering hedge. Sho even Indulged
'in a little song quite under her
Jbrenth. Other contented Ilttlo sounds
presentl; mingled with (her own and,
turning, sho saw, coming through a
hole In tho hedge, tho sprlghtlieat of
yellow balls of fluff with sharp, In
quisitive eyes, and busy feet. "Oh,
you darlings," cried Miss Mattie, and
tho chickens ran and picked familiar
ly at her fingers. "Hut you must go
back tho way you camo, you naughty,
runaway babies!" And sho began
tucking them back through tho nolo
in tho hedgo. As sho stooped to push
tho last ono through, someono's fingers
closed over hers and released them as
Miss Wattle fied precipitately. "How
ahould I know ho was on tho other
Bide coaxing them back?" Bho cried,
washing her bauds vehemently, "Oh,
a friendly enemy Is worso than a,
grouchy ono! I wish he'd go away "
She wni preparing supper, still In a
perturbed state of mind, when hur
ried steps sounded on her front porch,
ml hastening forward she beheld two
strangerB carrying In the limp form
of her enemy next door.
"We'll lay him hens on tho sofa,
Ma'am," they said, "and then get the
doctor. Ho slipped on the crosswalk
and the front wheel of the car went
over him. Ho was conscious long
enough to tell us whero ho lived."
And sho stood alone, looking at the
unconscloun man stretched on her hall
The old doctor looked grave. "They
made a mistake In tho house. If It
doesn't disturb you. I would rather not
move him until wo seo which way It
"Certainly not," Hald Miss Mattie
quietly. "Would ho bo more comfort
able In a bed? Havo one of tho men
call his housekeeper." And Bho went
In Inv nut fri.nll llnin "A
she murmured. In n dazed sort of way.
nn.l hop rh.Un uimt r.rltllBOII.
and her cheeks went crimson
His recovery was tedious at first;
when he did begin to mend ho begged
to bo taken homo. "Certainly not, tin
till you aro able." remonstrated Mat
tie, "unlesB you aro uncomfortable
here?" bIio amended,
"1 can't bear to bo making you so
much trouble," he said uerlotmly. He
seemed to have lost his cheerfulness.
At last ho wiib able to Bit up und to
receive callers, and ono day Bho ad
mitted a stranger who remained for
Bomo time. When. tho man watt gone.
1'hlllp Dayton called lied to his room.
"That man wantb to buy my place,
MIsb Mattie." he Raid.
"And you aro going to sell?" shq
"That depends, t do not believe ho
wants to glvo what It l worth. Whlcb
Ib tho better place of thcBc two?"
"Why, yours," said MIsb Mattie.
"You like it better?"
"Any ono can seo" she began, ant
"Thon suppose you Bell him thli
place," ho suggested, "and we'll keej
the other. I'll deed It to you."
"Oh," murmured MIbb Mattlo. as h
took both her hands In his and drew
her down upon the edge of tils sofa.
"Don't you knOw," continued this
very domineering man with a return
of his old cheerfulness, "that I cannot
go hack there alone? Don't you know
that you do not want me to, Mattlo,
"Hut. sho gasped, "what can I say
to Mary I-ane nnd the others?"
"Tell them," he Bald, holding hot
with romarkablo strength for a sick
man, "that It wob tho only way you
could get rid of the Daytons for neigh
bors!" (Copyright. 1012. by the McCltire News
GREELEY A NATURAL SPELLER
Said to Have Been Master of the Lan
guage When He Was In
Hla Sixth Year.
No champion of tho old-time spell
Ing matches, perhaps, over oxcellct
Horace Greeley. Ho was, in fact, t
spelling prodigy. What would the
boys and girls ot today, who grumblt
over their dally stint of 20 worda
think of a child not yet six years ole
who could actually Bpoll every wore
In the language! That is what the
young Horace Is said to havo been
ablo to do.
Ills schooling began in his fourth
year, and tho art of spelling at once
became a passion with him. In school
and out, ho kept Incessantly nt Ite
study. Hour after hour he would He
on tho floor, spelling over all tho dif
ficult words ho could find In tho few
bookB that tho family owned.
Tho famo of his prowess sprend.
Naturally, Horaco was tho first one
chosen nt spelling matches. Ho had
a lisping, whining volco, and spelled
his words with tho utmost confidence.
Sometimes In winter, when the snow
drifts were so deep that ono of the
big boys had to take him to the
school houso on his back, tho little
white-haired fellow would drop asleep
between turnB. When his word came
round, his neighbor would nudgo him
anxiously; ho would wake, spoil his,
word, and drop asleep again at onco.-j
So great was the boys reputation
as a student of unusual powers that!
tho selectment of a neighboring town, J
In passing a rulo forbidding the at-i
tendance at the local school of any!
pupil from outside the township, hon-J
orcd htm by adding tho clause, "Ex
ceptlng only Horace Greeley!"
At tho corner ot West Twenty-fifth
street and Detroit avenue, a few
nights ago, an automobllo, driven
faster than It should have been, struck
a well-dressed lady and knocked her
into the gutter. Tho driver didn't stop
to seo what damage ho had done, but
put on a little moro Bpeed.
Luckily, tho woman was not much
hurt, and a policeman asked her name
and address. Sho refused to glvo It.
Tho policeman then put out after the
"What are you going to do?" asked
"Arrest tho driver of that car," an
swered the officer.
"Oh, plenso don't! It won't do you
any good, and It won't do mo any good.
Tho driver of that car was my hus
band. Let him go!" Cleveland Plain
"I alwayB try," Bald tho egotist, "to1
seo myself as I Imagine other pcoplu
"Evidently," replied tho modest man,
"ycu huvo a very poor Imagination."
HAD ALL THE BEST OF IT
Wise Girl Selected for Husband
Who Had Both Seasons for
"Daughter," said the anxltniH father
to the eldest daughter of a brood of
seven, "our mother tells mo that
ou have lint! a proposal."
"Yes, father, I have." demurely re
plied the oung wotniin. "In fact, I
have received several."
"I hear the Ice nmti proponed to
"And you nreepted him, of course?"
"1 did not."
"I'nwlse child' Think of the money
ho coins every summer!"
"The plumber also proposed."
"Ah! That Is better. A man of
untold wealth garnered every winter
lleyontl doubt ou loltfhlm 'yes!'"
"Whnaa-t? Do you mean to tell
m you let o golden an opportunity
plln ' "llgrasped?"
"Yes, fntlier. You see, I accepted a
man who sells Ice In summer and Is
a plumber In winter."
"Ah, daughter! Ply to my arms!
You make mi! weep with prldo!"
RASH ALMOST COVERED FACE
Warrenvlllc, O. "I havo felt tho
efTcctB of blood poisoning for eighteen
years. I wiib never without some erup
tions on my body. Tho terrible Itch
ing caused me much Buffering and dis
comfort, whllo tho rubbing nnd
Bcratchlng made It worse. I.nst spring
I had a terrible breaking out of bits
tcry Bores on my arms and llmbH. My
faco and arms wero almost covered
with rash. I could not Bleep and loBt
nineteen pounds In live weeks. My
faco wns terribly red nnd sore, and
felt as if my skin was on flro. At last I
I tried a sample of Cutlcura Soap and
Ctitlcura Ointment and I found them
so cool, soothing nnd healing, that I
got porno Cutlcura Soap, Cutlcura
Ointment, and Insolvent. I bnthed
with hot water and Cutlcura Soup,
then I applied tho Cutlcura Ointment
every night for two months, nnd I am
cured of all skin eruptions." (Signed)
Mrs. Kathryn Krnfft, Nov. 28, 1911.
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout tho world. Sample of each
free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Address
post-card "Cutlcura, Dcpt. L, Doston."
Took Load Off Mother's Mind.
Slx-ycnrold Dora icturned unuau
ally early from school the other day.
Sho rang tho door bell. There waB no
answer. Sho rung again, a little
longer. Still there was no respoiiBo. A
third time she ptiHhcd tho button, long
nnd hard. Nobody camo to tho door.
Then Bho pressed her noso against
tho window screen nnd in a shrill
voice, which carried to tho ears 'of
every neighbor in the block, called:
"It's all right, mamma. I ain't the
Joseph Kttor, addressing tho Little
Falls strikers, cracked a timely Joke.
"Let us emulate the firmness of the
millionaire class," he said. "Our mil
lionaires, you know, Bwear off at the
beginning of each year, and Infallibly
keep their pledge."
"Aw, whata do they swear off?" a
striker Incredulously demanded.
"They Bwear off their personal prop
erty tax!" was tho reply.
Words or the Aviator.
"So you took a flyer In the Btock
"Yes," anBwercd tho regretful-looking
man. "nnd hit an air pockofc
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PUTTING HIM WI8E.
"Do you mind if I kiss your
"Not In tho least, "but you ought to
know that Isn't tho proper placo.
That'B whero you put tho ring."
Wanted to Compromise.
Mr. Levi Is a kind-hearted, con
scientious man, an example of whnt
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spends tho pcnnlcii hnrd. Do lins a
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lated, exasperated and yet dominated
by tho other's point of view. Mr.
Levi looked at him uneasily; stood
llrsl ou one foot, and then on the
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ready to start?"
The. little boy was greatly alarmed.
"U'h only n hollow pumpkin," ex
plained his uncle.
"And It won't get mo!"
"No; It's Just a pumpkin with a can
die In It."
"The Idea of being Beared by a Jack-o-lantern,"
Jeered tho boy's father.
"Never you mind, kid," said uncle.
"Many a prominent statesman has
been sctued by less."
Spoiled Her Secret.
"My first htiHband and I kept our
marriage a secret for nearly a year."
"Didn't you find It rather dimcutt?"
"Oh, no, not at all. Wo could havo
gone on for a much longer time if tho
horrible reporters hadn't been snoop
ing around when I applied for my di
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Children Cry for Fletcher's Caatoria
"They say that Wombat 1b a gen
Iub." "Nothing to that Btory. It's a
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If a man didn't havo a wlfo he prob
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Nature's Way Is The Best
B...I A la an lni(a farart mm ttmA
us ateaa root. aeUaa seal. Oregea grape
R. V. Pierce snade a
K f DUaei ill a -Mara. aVlaTi
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TO THE SETTLER
THE AMERICAN RUSH TO
In th ni'w Districts of
Klin siii Allmrttiltitre
arn thounanils i( Krra
In I lie wan making nixrj
In H frars tlnm will l
worth f mm Wu lo pi pur
nvra, Tlimo lands ar
1 1 ailn nl.it to araln
I rowing and cattle raiting.
EXOCUIST BtlMtlT MIIUTIH
In mnnr rakes the railways In
Canada ham Jd bulli In ad
vanro of f(tlioint, and In a
snort tltno tnrrs will nut ba a
settlor wbo need be. more than
ten or twelve miles from a lino
of railway, Hallway Kales i are
regulated vj Uuvernaeut Oum
mission. Social Conditions
In Western Canada. Ilnlsnota
stranirer In a strange lano.nar-
Inn nnailjr a million of bis own
Sou deirtro lo know wbj thaeon
lllnn of Mm Canadian Settler la
Eronpuronn wrlta and send fur
tvrulure, ratot, eta, lo
W. V. BENNETT.
Building, Omaha, Neb.
Canadian (JoYernment Agent, or
ImnilKrmtlon, Ottawa, Cassis.
SIPiaiyciiAB always ntUAJtE.
Uaadraal. lies! faat. BBS
Of tkaaa Dr.
root aad cherrrberfc. . Of. these Dr.
which has baas favorably jawwafor
It "GOLUbN MWltAL uuiuvuiT. law)
aad tones up the stomach aa4 the satire rjrsteaa la
MEDICAL, DISCOVERY. This