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OBAHA, DkmW C t. IS, IM.
Wate tfcla str far f artW partiell.
BitUa Crt. Mich. V V t .1-111-1 I I .11-1. ,. i .. , , ...I-
Por Benefit of Women who
Suffer from Female Ills
jllnnrapolis, Minn. "I was a great
I M1 rrinrnfl '1 lt'itqlnnnn
and broken down
condition of tho
system. I read so
E. Pinkham'a Veg
had done for other
sulTiring -women I
felt suro it would
help me, and I must
say it did help mo
pains all left mo. I
new str .ger.nnu wiuun tnreo montlia
I was a p rfectly well woman.
I w this letter made public to
fhow m' women may deriYO
from I ' Pinkhara's "Vegetable
Comp ! ' - iIrs John G. Moldan,
Tl!"ii"'''i f unsolicited and gemi
Ine t''i."' "i lls liko the above prove
the er- " : 7 or. jLiyuia innKiinnrs
yet.:1 . Compound, which is made
exclibH' .y from roots and herbs.
Winn. , wno suner irom tuoso dls-
tresMnc i peculiar to their sex should
Eut 1. ' 'lit of these facts or doubt
the al 'i'v f Lydia E. Pinkham's
Yefpt.i! ! . Compound to rcstoro their
If you want special advice write
to .Mr. IMnklmin, at Lyim, Mush.
confidential. For 20 years she
has been helping sick women in
this way, free of charge. Don't
hesitate write at once.
"It seems since his marriage Jack
1 hornlcy lias developod Into a norfect
"Von surprise me! What has he
, wny. tho otber night while his
wife was regaling him with all the
particulars of that choice Vorlfnst
hrummi sue noticed that ho seemed
jery quiet. And what do you think
ue was sound asleep! "--Clevolnnd
Father of Electricity.
The first step along the way of dec
incuy was made by the celebrated
Galvanl, who Just before the beginning
of the lat centry demonstrated that
eiecixicuy could bo produced by the
contact of metals und llulds. Galvanl's
experiments suggested to Volta in
iftuu me eiectric battery, out of which
Hnv conio an tne other electrica
Some of the haciendas in the Mex
lean state of Durango contain a mil
uon or mare acres.
HERE'S A WAY TO SAVE DOCTOR
Art and Weather.
In a ir.lW-ry there hangs a large
canvas im an imposing irame. rue
painting -li'ws a waterfall In one of
the si.ii.'- tamous for startling nat
ural se n-r. Tho picture nas oc
cupM ir- present place for several
Ls ,i belong here?" asked a vis
itor of '!) man In charge.
'Nu nii.ii' than tho othera you see."
Swriis (o mo It should be In the
capitui cf ili state where this seen
en is s.u. I the visitor.
It a painted for the state." re
plied th.- man In clrirge, "but when It
was u lniiii'..! to tho art committee It
refusal i accept It."
What was tho objection?"
"You the sky is ovorcast. The
artist f it in a gathering storm like an
lmpendm.; calamity. The art commit
tee aid it was a reflection on the
reputation f the state; that a storm
tarn a it represented was unknown
In thai I.ititude."
'Count ii t the artist put in another
sky, ,n. that accorded with the
tat-' refutation for sunshine?"
"I suppose he could, but he refused.
He mi I that tho rumpus kicked up
by thf rt committee warranted tho
Horm 'ffVrt on the canvas, and he re
fund to budge. He set it here, and
bere ü r. mains." Doston Herald.
Xenon is a somewhat rare constitu
ent of rh- air one, part In every 170.
WO.W" parts. Krypton Is more plenti
ful oiu part to every 20.000.000 parts.
Helium is just absolutely common
therf it, on, part to every 500,000 or.
almost. i.mo.O00 parts of air.
Mm. In.loW. noihtna- HTmp for ehildr.ii
iMUltf. leiten th. um, reduevaintlamraatioa.
tia. tor, wind colic ti cenU a batUe.
Artificial eyt8 were first made use
of by the Egyptians. They were ot
Eold and stiver and subsequently of
wppr an.1 Ivory. Hundreds of years
Jter. in the sixteenth century, when
tney werf made In Europe, porcelain
a th substance used, atfd the mak
tr usually stamped his address on the
waltp of the eye.
Binki has a fine new apartment."
kwythtng stationary in It, I sup
pos." "Absolutely everything except his
ai l the cook." Harper's Dazar.
only one GENUINE Hairltm
N rat up in Odcrlett ad Taiteleta
tW ' ' W' teved thousand, and
LIVER, KiDHEY, D UDDER
and STDyjlGH TROUBLES
"in"' MV1"ine Scranton. Ta.
(r I,1 , ''V7 re,vtd tree box of
sZi 'rm "' I '"und them very
rtlS.i 1 K'" onf ,,0 myieK. They hava
wJthnTr 'iU."e me- 1 haTC '' lrn0,t
b kA,?1"1!!."'1 u two doctors; I tried
ML Si,? ' 1 .?Te ,ried everything I waa
U! i LT,"" "n rn to have been the
Vk) N ., April 8. 909.
rlV 2?t oie.di rlm Oil Capsultt te-
UtV ij " T'l'r'"' "leved tomorrow. Bot-
't"A,Baurgufi C'P,U,M " nd M
iJ2S.AKD MEDICINB sca; Pa.
i. " Scranton, Pa.
wir DruERijt eannat supply you,
wnte ui direct.
, i'A 1 1 i-i-r n fave 2W 00 on yn,,r
Aaatv w i, üYs4"'' nyH WETTEu.
Box if, ' i uTt)N, Washington, I). C,
1 K U- 1NDPOLIS,No.31.1909:
l'h) IrliuiN Otve Krt-i- Aihi"p
Which I'nrfiiU Mny Prottt.
It's a matter or general Interest Just
now now ono s physical condition can
be got Into shape to best receive tho
benefits of the summer season. Espe
cally is this true of the children. They
have become run down by a winter of
unnatural manner of living because of
ui considered food and much time
spent indoors. Spring comes with its
sunshine, Its fresh vegetables and all
else hivigorating, but the children are
in no condition to rocelve nature's
-Many parents call in the family
physician. Many other parents take
advantage of what the physician told
ttiem when he was first called In con
sultation. All good family physicians
say: Give tho children Castoria."
Healthy parents know this remedy of
old. for they took it themselves as
children It was more than thirty
years ago that Castoria made a place
ror itseir In the household. It bore
the signature of Charles H. Fletcher
then, as it does to-day. The signature
Is Its guarantee, which la accepted In
thousands of homes where there are
Much is printed nowadays about big
families. Dr. William J. McCrann. of
Omaha. Nob.. Is the father of one of
these much-read-about families. Here
la what he sava:
"As the farmer of thirteen children
I certainly know something about
your great medicine, and aside from
my mn family experience I have, in
my years of practice, found Castoria
a popular and efficient remedy In al
most every home."
Charles H. Fletcher has received
hundreds of letters from prominent
physicians who have the same esteem
for Castoria that Dr. McCrann has.
Not only do these physicians say they
use Castoria In their own families,
but they prescribe It for their pa
tients. First of all It Is a vegetable
preparation which assimilates the
food and regulates the stomach and
bowels. After eating comes sleeping,
and Castoria looks out for that, too.
It allays foverlshnes3 and prevents
loss of sleep, and this absolutely with
out tho use of opium, morphine or
other baneful narcotic.
Medical journals are reluctant to
discuss proprietary medicines. Hall's
Journal of Health, however, says:
"Our duty Is to expose danger and re
cord the means for advancing health.
The day for poisoning Innocent chil
dren through greed or ignorance
ought to end. To our knowledge Cas
toria Is a remedy which produces com
posure and health by regulating the
system, not by stupefying It, and our
renders are entitled to tho Informa
Silllcus Do you think It Is posslblo
for one woman to make another wo
man perfectly happy?
Cynicus Oh, yes; simply by envy
ing her. Philadelphia Record.
SKEW ERUPTION CURED.
Warn Sn Sore, IrrltntlnK 1 Ptnfl
flint I.lttla Snftrrrr Coalil Timt
Sleep Drrntehed CoatnntIy Cnl
Irnra't EHIcncy Prnren.
"When about two and a half years
old my dnughter broke out on her hips
and the upper parts of her legs with a
very Irritating nnd pninful ernptlnn.
It began In October; tho first I no
ticed was a little red surface and a
constant desire on her part to scratch
her limbs. She could not sleep nnd
the eruptions got sore, and yellow wa
ter came out of them. I had two doc
tors treat her, but she grew worse un
der their treatment. Then I bought
the Cutlcurn Hemedles and only ucd
them two weeks when she was entire
ly well. This was In February. She
hns nerer had another rough pmco on
her ekln, and she Is now fourtee
years old. Mrs. It. It. Whltaker, Win
chester, Tenn., &pt. -'2. 1008."
Totter Drug A Chem. Corp., Sole
Props, of Cutlnirn HemeiHo. Boston.
The Dorowa Tree.
While the seeds of the dorowa, an
East Aflcan leguminous tree, are ex
tensively used for food, the pods and
leaves form an excellent cement when
mixed with crushed stone.
A ffellna; of "nirlty and freedom
from anxlfty perrad the home In which
Hamlin Wixard Oil I kept constantly
on hand. Mothfrn know It can always b
Upended upon in tlnif of nwil.
S The Adlrondacks.
The Adirondack mountains emhraro
an area of over 2,800,000 acres, and in
thl area fully 300 mountain peaks
rise to altitude ranging from 1,200 to
Clear, white clothf are a stjn that tht
housekeeper ue Hed Crou Dall Blue.
Large Vot pack Re. 5 cent.
Love la always a poor thing so long
as tries to save Itself.
RUNN'.Kü A FERRY.
How a Couple of Husky Black Men
Took H-ld of tha Job.
.uW,Jen Co,on(jl Thompson bought
the ferry privilege on tho Hiwassee
rlvor above Kingston ho sent a
couple of big husky black men from
Ills plantation to run It. providing
them with a handful of small colnd
to make change. They tied up the
ferry at night and came shuffling
home, vastly pleased with them
boIvos. "Well, boys, did you run tho ferry
all day? How did you get along?
Carry many people? Want to try it
again to-morrow?" inquired the colo
nel from behind his desk.
"Yassuh. Yas. boss. We run her.
Right smart chance of folks goin
over. Yassuh. we'll run her to-morrow,
If you give us de money."
"What money?" asked the colonel,
turning serious. "I gave you J2 to
make change this morning. Where's
that? Where's the money the folks
paid you for going over?"
"Money?" echoed the spokesman of
the pair, scratching his woolly head.
"We ain't got no money. Didn't you
give us dat $2 for to make change?
Well, dafs what we used it for. We
kept a-changin' it and a-chamjln' it
till we changed it all away; but If
you're wlllln' to give us some mo' for
tomorrow we'll run her ag'in. Tell
you, boss, hit costs to run a ferry In
And the colonel decided that,
under certain management. It did.
SOME MARRIED MEDITATIONS.
Favorite feminine Bromidlon: "All
men are perfect boobies when they're
The man who permits his wife to
designate a certain little spot in the
house as the one place in which he
shall smoke deserves all that he gets,
and he never falls to get It.
Slathers of married women get In '
bad by heeding the queer advice of
Lady Pensmlths (mostly spinsters),
whose dictum Is that the proper way
to hold a husband is to hold him at
The highly exalted faithfulness of
women often is a matter of plain pol
icy. Plenty of careless men would
strictly toe the faithful mark If their
reward for so doing were to be agree
ably taken care of for life.
The man who knows the difference
at sight between a $25 embroidered
shirt waist and one of tuose cute lit
tle ruffle-front $1.48 shirt waists usu
ally is a male person whose opinion
isn't worth valuing anyhow.
It is the woman who shrieks at
"Central" through the 'phone and calls
her a saucy hussy and such like who
wonders why it is that telephone girls ,
are so much more polite and prompt
in responding to men s calls.
Familiar quotation: "Oh. I've got
plenty of left-over summer clothes,
dearie. All I'll need to eke out will
be a few little linen suits and seven
or eight more shirt waists arid three
or four summery hats and some tan
ntlU V. 11 la iäl )Utllt. WIUI .A -a m :
new supply of silk stockings just a
few little odds and ends like those!" J
Did vou ever feel kind of onery and
things with yourself when, after blow
ing $7.S3 on a bunch of cheerful work
ers, you went home and found her
tacking some frizzled old sweet peas
on a last year's hat frame?
Extract from the "Diary of a Neg
lected Wife": " 'Tis now mid-summer
and my birthday Is in December and
my husband hasn t said one word
about it yet, nor what he is going to
get me. Gracious power, give me the
strength to go on enduring."
Baby's Play Blanket.
Buy a coarse gray blanket, if you do
not have one. and keep It to place on
the floor when the baby is playing
there. Put th toys on It. and if it is
necessary to quickly clean the room of
toys pick up the blanket.
A Mm re Goutl Thluic.
Am uiitnK At.LK.VS FOOT-HA SR. and
can truly My 1 would not hive l-n with
out It ro Ionic. Iiad 1 knotrn the relief it
would jive my achlns frt. I think It a
rare food thin for anyone havltc norv
Or tired r-t. Mr. MatlUlit tlnltwAi-t-
Providence. H I.- Sold by all DrusifUts.
25c. Axk to-day.
The cornerstone of the Washington
monument was laid bv President Polk
July 4, 184S. and Dec. C, 1SS1. tho cap-
eione was set m position. The founda
tions are 120 feet square and 3Cfeet
8 Inches deep.
D Your Clothe Look VellorrT
If ao, ue Rd Crom Hall Blue. It will
make tfcem wblt as mow. Large 2ox. pack
age, & cent.
Bonner's Famous Advertisement
When the New York Ledger was
wavering on the brink of failure,
Robert Bonner, the proprietor, sent to
the New York Herald a brief adver
tisement, to be set up in a single
line. So Greeleyesque was Mr. Bon
ner's handwriting that the advertising
manager Interpreted the directions as
ordering that the copy be run in full
page, which Instructions he obeyed,
though marveling greali. Th Her
ald came out the next morning with
one whole page devoted to the crisp
adjuration to read the Ledger's new
ätory. Th- effect upon .Mr. 'Bonner
was almo; fatal, first from chagrin
U the thought of the possible bill,
Vien from amazement as subscrip
ons began to pour in. and finally
Trom satisfaction, as they continued
to flood the office, until the fortune
of the publication was made. The
novel, though accidental, device had
struck the public's fancy. Mr. Bon
ner was hailed as the pioneer of a
new and daring theory of exploitation,
and the advertisement gained tenfold
currency by being commented upon
as a feature of the news. Colliers.
A Max O'Rell Story.
Before he attained fame with his
various books 11. niourt (Max
O'Rell), who was for sevoral years
French master at St. Paul's school,
related how he obtained his post
there. After two or three oarller ap
plicants had returnel unsuccessful
from their interview with Dr. Walker,
who was at the time headmaster of
the school. M. Blouet's turn came.
T want." said the doctor after a
few words, "a French master who
can preserve discipline. My last was
a perfect gentleman and a goöd fel
low, but he could not keep the classes
In order. The end of it waa that
after being much worried by one of
tne uoy3 the poor fellow went home
and shot himself."
"Sir." replied Max O'Rell. "that Is
where my countryman made a little
mistake. I should have shot the
The doctor roso, says M. Blouet.
and grasped my hand.
"M. Blouot," he exclaimed, "you are
my French master!" London Captain.
Eminent Doctors at
Your Service Free
Not a Penny to Pay for the Füllest
If a pound of chloride of copper Is
dissolved in a wooden pall of water
wooden because a tin pall will be cor
rodedthe solution will be sufficient
to give the llames from a great deal
of wood the beautiful colors, when
burned In an open fire, which are the
charm of driftwood coming from the
hulls of copper sheathed ships.
"Yes. Indeed." averred the Impecu
nious party. "I enjoy automobiles
enjoy them very much, in fact but I
am never carried away by them."
No man can make life Joyous who
does not himself enjoy life.
If you are in doubt as to 'he cause
of your disease, mall us a postal o
questlng a medical examination blank
which you will fill out and return to
us. Our doctors will carerully dtag
noso your case, and if you can be
oured you will be old so ; if you can-,
not be cured you will be told so. You
are not obligated to us In any way, for
this advice Is absolutely free. You ara
at liberty to take our advice or not, as
you see fit Send to-day for a medi
cal examination blank, fill out and re
turn to us, and our eminent doctors
will diagnose your case thoroughly,
Munyon's, 53d and Jefferson streets,
that follows taking a dose of caitor
oil, salts or calomel, is about tho
worst you can endure Uffh it
eiv one the creeps. You don't
have to have it CASCARETS
move the bowels tone up tho
liver without these bad feelings.
Try them. m
CA CA X KT 8 ice a box for a wctk'a
trmtBcit. all drurrUt. Blirgrtit ittler
la tba world. UUUoa boxea a mosta.
Famous Golf Match.
A projected golf match between
two well known amateurs and a lead
ing member of the London Stock Ex
change for a stake of 500 recalls
the famous foursome in which the
Duke of York, afterward James H,
took a prominent part on the Leith
links In the year 1C82. It was -really
an international contest. In which the
duke, with John Patersone. a golfing
shoemaker of great repute, cham
pioned Scotland against two noble
men of England, a heavy wager de
pending on the issue. The duke and
the cobbler had an easy victory,
thanks largely to the man of the last,
and John Patersone's share of the
stakes was so substantial that he was
able to build a goodly house in the
Canongate, in a wall of which the
duke caused a stone to be placed
bearing the Patersone arms with the
motto "Far and sure." a tribute to the
cobbler's driving powers. Patersone's
house, we understand, survives to
day. Westminster Gazette.
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ALCOHOL 3 PER rrvvr
simllalirrgihcFoodafltJRcgtfr ling the Swooriis aalikiwM
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Vntwithsiandlnc: its Rreat size, an
nlnnhnnt has nnlv elcht teeth.
Dogs were hated by the ancient He
brews, but were worsmpea oy me an
a hin introduced In the New Jersey
Senate provides for the commitment
of confirmed inebriate to insane asy
In Dundenomy, Australia. Ihere is
a blue gum iree il ieet iu ucigui.
It s believed to oe tne lauesi iree in
The eyeball is white because tne
blood-vessels mat ieea rts suosianue
are so small that they do not admit
the red corpuscles.
Among elephants ootn sexes oi me
African species have ivory tusks
while In Asia mese are senenuij iv
stricted to the male.
ir rnnlil nenetrate the earth's
surface to a distance of two miles, we
should find the place wnere waiei
could not exist except in the state ol
At Baku. Russia, there Is an Im
mense oil well that "ebbs and flows."
with the same regularity as do the
titoE it I believed to have
UWill " ' " " ----- i
some mysterious connection with the
sea. . .
Leon Casse. the official reptile-Killer
in the forest of Fontaineuieau, r ranee
disposes of an average of Mu vipc rs a
ear. He nas oeen miion &u umu
that he is now Immune from danger
from snake bites.
A curious remedy lor s!ee-icssn
used by the Inhabitants of the S
moan Islands. They confine a snafcc
In a hollow bamboo and the hislng
ound emitted by the repine is said
to quickly mouce siumuer.
u-iion a elass is as full as It roi
slbly can be of liquor, the surf ce ol
the liquor Is pilehtiy cm vex rni me
center lies hlgh-r than the brim. In
nf thU fact such a glassful i
called a bumper, because the Hquo
bumps tip, or protrudes in the m!dd!e
The Servant Problem, Plus,
"nut." savs the lady of the house
in tho annllcant. "you really should
not ask such high wages from me
when you consider the conveniences
,T.trh which mv house Is equipped
electric cooking range, electric wash
ip nnd ironing machines, vacuum
sweepers and dusters, pneumatic par
cel carriers from and to all floors and
rooms, phones ana annunicaiors in
each room, sanitary wan anu noor
finishes, filtered air. filtered water,
-Yes. mum," interrupts the appli
cant, "but the likes of you ought to
know that a scientific expert draws a
lot more money than a kitchen me
chanic." Judge. 1
A grocery clerk In a small town
had been considerably bored one day
by solicitors for church fairs, rallies,
carity and other purposes and was
getting disgusted when a small, erd
haired urchin came In and asked him
If he could help him out with a base
"Got the glove with you?" asked
the impatient clerk.
"Er no," answered the urchin.
Then." said the irritable clerk as
he caught him by the neck and trous
ers. "I'll help you out without iL"
A Bruised Finger.
The pain of a bruised finger will
often be greatly relieved by holding
the finger In hot water for a few minutes.
Opiimx .Morphine norfacraL
A perfect Remedy forConsSpfr
uon. sour :fflwacn.uiarnra
and LOSS OF SLEEP. ,
FacSbfe Signature of i
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
tmc ctu aoMMirr. Mtw ran crrr.
tke lest Ear tf
KtHoc NaHema! Com Trephr
T h Awarded at tk
NATIONAL CORN FTPOUTIO
for Breakfast, Dinner. Sapper, Lnncaeoa whenever yon wast aCae-
miBg oinereai aaa Deuer woetner you eat it dry Irom the packaga
or with milk, cream or freit juice this delightfal food sever dis
appoints. It's all ia tha flavor. Aller you oace try it yoo'Il
wonder why breakfast foods weren't raids as good before.
Get a package today from your grocer and
Look for the Signature
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