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J. E. Williams. Agt.
LEFT 11 RECIPE
Which Would Be Rather
Hard to Follow.
COULD LIVE 400 YEARS
Under His Treatment, Says
This Savant, a Noted
I'liA.V ItlXUM.S MKTIIfSlMiAil
Among the many philosophers
who have Riven to the world se
crets by which human life might be
prolonged was Arnold do Vlllen
euve, n noted physician of Paris,
who was connected with the univer
sity of that city.
After paining fame In Franee he
went to Italy, where he passed 20
important years of his life and
where he devoted himself to the
study of astrology and alchemy.
According to the stories of his
day, lie made vast quantities of
gold out of lead and copper, and
, just escaped being arrested and put
to death as a sorcerT. Ills fame as
a physician gave Importance to all
that Vllleneuve did and said, but
when he predicted the end of the
world upon a certain date and noth
lug happened, there wasi somewhat
'61 a r,lfU1Pe ia Il,s popularity.
IIIh recipes" for Prolonging life
were most curious, and one has
be'n preserved, and is as follows:
The person wishing to keep alie
for 300 or 400 years must thor
oughly rub his body three times a
week with the juice of cassia.
When he retires to bed each night
he must put over his heart a plas
ter made of saffron, red lose leaves,
sandal wood, aloes and amber.
I'pon this mixture there must bo
poured some oil of roses and melted
wax, the whole then spread as a
plaster. In the morning this must
all bo carefully removed, put in a
box of lead and kept for use the
; "Tho fi0( of tho man must be
looked after in thls wise: If ho
has a temperament that leads him
to look on the bright side of things,
he must keep 16 chickens In a yard
wherc there Is absolutely pure air
and good water, and is to eat one
each day. If he has a rather dull
and matter of fact temperament, he
must keep 25 chickens In his yard;
If ho is of melancholy cast of mind
and looks on the dark side of llfo
tho number of birds must be exact
ly 30, but In any event one a day,
must be eaten.
"The chickens are Bo treated that
their flesh gains thc qualities that
will prolong tho life of him who
eats them. They are to be kept
without food till in a famishing
condition, and then fed upon broth
that Is to be made of serpents cook
ed in vinegar and thickened with
bran. For two months they eat
this and nre then lit for the table.
The drink allowed In this diet is
either white wine or a simple claret.
"Uy following this rule strictly
for two months after the passing of
eery seven years, a man may be
come the rival of Methuselah him
self." FliiKKCil Train Willi Shirt.
Tearing his shirt from his back
an Ohio man flagged a train and
saved It from a wreck, but H. T. Al
ston, Raleigh, N. C, once prevented
a wreck with Klectrlc Hitters. "I
was In a terrible plight when I be
gan to use them," he writes, "my
stomach, head, back and kidneys
were all badly affected and my liv
er was In bad condition, but four
bottles of Klectrlc Bitters made mo
feel like a now man." A trial will
convince you of their matchless
merit for any stomach, liver or kid
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Jame8 H. Williams. m
FAULK for advertisers
A GOOSE'S PHILOSOPHY
Simeon Ford, the noted humor
ist, said in praise of newspaper ad
vertising at a banquet in New
"There is a fable that all adver
tisers should have by heart. It
runs like this:
"Ab a etorekeoper' doxed,
head on the dusty
counter of his
shop, the gray cobwebB '"across his
And see us about those
Work Perfect Price Right
door were rent apart, and a goose
"The shopkeeper arosn with a
glad smile; he thought he had a
customer; but when he saw the
goose he muttered on oath.
"What do you want here?' he
said. 'This ig no place for geese.'
"Isn't It?' said th0 goose. 'Quack,
quack!' And it regarded the shop
keeper derisively, then went on:
" 'I've come, my dear sir, be
cause I saw your advertisement on
the fence that Incloses our barn
yard. I knew that jou must be a
goose or else a donkey because
otherwise vou would place your ad
vertisement In a newspaper, wherc
It would be read by human beings,
and not upon an Isolated fence,
wherc It Is only read by donkeys
and geese and other barnyard deni
zens, so, being lonely to-day, I
thought I'd make a fraternal call.
A couple of donks will probably
drop In later. Quack, quack!'"
O XO OOl)'. o
We think too lightly that is,
those of us who think. What a
shocking and terrible incident it
was that occurred within a few
days of Lawrence, Mass.! A clam
orous mob, proclaiming themselves
to be the guardians of the people's
Interests, marched through the
streets bearing n banner inscribed:
"Arise, slaves of the world! No
God, no master! One for all and
all for one!"
No God? This 1b a land of liber
ty and God-given happiness! This
at a time when the toll of our har
vests Is the' greatest that we have
ever had, reaching such colossal
figures that all the world stands in
awe and envy! 13
No God? This is a land whero
wages are the highest and the work
the most plentiful, education the
freest and opportunity for advance
ment the grandest In alUthe world!
This Is a land where the million
aires of to-day were the poor boys
of a few years, ago, where the
humblest citizen can aspire to the
highest office, and where life, lib
erty and the pursuit of happiness
are the common heritage of all.
Shall strong men and women of
this nation not arlse and stem this
restless tide of discontent? Shall
the churches not awaken to unite
In overcoming the frenzied forces of
anarchy that drip with blood? Have
tho business men nothing to think
of but business? If so, they will
suffer a rude awakening.
Have that great maBS of tollers
on the farm, In the shop and fac
tory those who would protect
their homes, who love their child
ren, who trust their God nothing
to do hut look on, while the migh
ty forces of evil knife, revolver
and torch In hand continue their
dreadful warfare against the estab
lished institutions of the country,
against constituted authority,
against judicial supremacy and
against the religion of Almighty
"Our Fathers' God! to Thee,
Author of liberty,
To Thee We sing;
Long may our land bo bright,
With freedom's holy light,
Protect us by Thy might,
Great God, our King."
The boy's appetite Is often the
source of amazement. If you would
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GDDD MONEY IDE Off
I FEW ACRES OF tSND
What An Ohio Farmer is Get
ting Out of a Twenty i
Five Acre Tract. '
Following Is an extract from an,
article In the current issue of Farm
and Fireside, descriptive of a wise!
Ohio farmer who Is doing well al
though his farm Is small. '
'One of the most Interesting
farms In Ohio 13 p. twenty-Uve-acre
tract of land near Arcanum, In
Darke county, thnt Is owned by Mr.
Allen Geer. Of recent years tho
doctrine of "the little farm well
tilled" has been widely preached
but rarely practiced. Thls practical
farm which Is worked by Mr. Geer
Is one of the few exceptions whero
the possibility has been matured
Into a profitable actuality by the in
tensive pursuit of modern methods
and up-to-date management. The
farm Is divided into five-acre plots
on which a four-year rotation Is
followed: Clover, corn, tobacco
and wheat constituting the crops
that are raised. The land Is of a
rolling nature, while the soil is a
rich, blnck loam which Is never sur
feited with water, due to six hun
dred and fifty rods of tile laid at a
maximum depth of thirty Inches,
which furnish adequate means for
"In tlie five years which he has
owned his twenty-llve-acre farm he
has distributed Ave hundred tons of
manure over the fields. A large
portion of this fertilizer he secured
In the neighboring towns for the
hauling of It, while the rest of the
manure cost him from ten to fif
teen cents a load.
"To show that his efforts In re-,
plenishing the fertility of his soil
have not been In vain, it Is only
necessary to mention that last year
this progressive countryman har
vested four hundred and fifty bush
els of corn of fine quality from his
five-acre cornfield, while- for the
past three years his whont has nev
er f,'onc below thirty-nine bushels,
to the acre. His most profitable
cash crop has been tobacco; his
1911 return from four and three
quarters acres amounted to?707.40.
His tobacco usually averages
around 1,350 pounds to thc acre.
"And the best part of the prop
osition ia that thc Geer place Is a
regular Klondike nugget in its abil
ity to draw money. During the last
five years its owner, in addition to
gaining an ample livelihood for
himself and his family from UlQ
farm, has annually disposed of
"more than $900 worth of produce
that was raised on this little tract."
A. Mitchell, a general merchant
near Bagdad, Ky., writes us: "I
think Foley Kidney Pills one of the
greatest kidney medicines there Is.
My daughter wa8 in terrible shape
with kldneyf toublo and I got ner
to take it. She Is completely cured
now. I think it one of the great-
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COUGHS UP IiUXG STON'K
Henry Sample, a prominent
farmer living near here, coughed
up a. 14-ounce lung stone yesterday
while being attacked with a par
oxysm of coughing.
Sample declares th0 stone had
troubled him for many years, and
he now feels none of the ill effects
from which he suffered, and which
the physician says wero caused by
When asked If he had ever seen
any caso of lung stone In his prac
tice, a well known specialist in this
city said yesterday that ho had, but
never where such a weighty mass
was coughed up by a patient.
"This case," added tho specialist,
"Is certainly most extraordinary.
What the patient coughed up was
really mucus that had formulated
Into a mass on the bronchial tubes
as the result of limestone In tho
"There Is a technical name for
the Btone-llke substance. It is
known as a bronchollth and not a
When asked If the bronchollth
would have caused death If It had
not been ejected, the doctor said It
probably would .have had no fatal
effect. Charlerol (Penn.) Cor.
New York Tribune.
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Interlocking Directorate Sys
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Washington, Nov. 2. The spec
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control of the commercial and .1
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