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I HE KNEW HOW TO PICK THEM
Timminy Man's Double-Barreled Com-
pllment Old Away with Thought
1 The orchestra vwih playln loudly In
one of the restaurants In Denver Col
during the IXmoratlc n.itlonal' eon-
I venllon. and the diner were talking
loudly ho they might hear and be
heard. At one table sat a beautiful
woman and her escort and at the next
tuhle a number of Tammany men
Suddenly the orchegtra stopped
bingl and a Tammany man'i voice
rang out: "By (Jeorge. thafg a good
looking woman! Id like to meet her.".
The man at the next table, who was
with the lady came over, tapped the
I Tammany man on the shoulder and
said frigidly: "8lr, that lady la mv
"Shake." said the Tammany man;
"I am glue to meet you. You certainly
are a good picker."
And hostilities were averted. Sat
urday Evening Post.
SKIN ROUGH AS BARK.
Baby Boy Had Intense Itching Humor
Scratched Till Blood Ran.
Found a Cure In Cutlcura.
"Our son, two years old, wus afflicted
with a rash. Artor he suffered with
the trouble several weeks I took him
to the doctor but It got worse. Tin
rush ran together and made large
blisters. The little fellow didn't want
to do anything but scratch and we had
to wrap Ms hand up to keep him
from tearing the flesh open till the
blood would run. The Itching was In
tense. The skin on his back beenmo
hard and rough like the bark of a
tree. "He suffered intensely for about
three months. But I found a remedy
In Cutlcura 8onp and Cutlcura Oint
ment. The result was almost mag
ical. That was more than two years
ago and there has not been the slight
est symptom of It since he was cured.
J. W. Lauck. Yukon, Okla., Aug. 28
and Sept. 17. 1908."
Potter Drug A Cbonr. Corp., Sol IT.,,,. . BoMon.
Throwing Kisses Not an Art.
No one needs instructions In the
hurtling of kisses We assume that
the ladles and gentlemen clad In ab
breviated garments In the stone age
needed none. Surely, their successors
are none the less enterprising. Throw
ing kisses and catching them. If we
be pardoned for frivolity, are natural
and involuntary arts, such as breath
ing and walking. ExpertneRR doesn't
matter; It's all the spirit in which
they are projected. Atlanta Const!
Wliii does not know (lie misery of sun
burnt eyelids that crinkly and burning
t condition of the skin? Isn't it worth a
mat deal to know that Dr. Mitchell's
Eye Salve applied to them upon retiring
will effect a complete cure before morning.
On sle everywhere. Pries 25 cent or by
mail, ll.ill & Ruckel, New York City.
On Natural Line.
"How does Miss Hilda get along
with her French conversation
"She Is making them a pronounced
success." Baltimore American.
Knew When to Act the Part.
"Are yoii afraid of thunder and light
ning?" "Depends upon whether 1 have mala
company In the parlor or not." Judge.
I f Products
Newer Vary In
Quality or Taste
because the utmost
care is taken by Llb
by'a Chef a to select
only the choicest mater
ials, and put these up in
the same careful manner
every time. You are
I thus assured of uniform
goodness, and this is
the reason that the use
of Libby's gives such
general satisfaction to
Try these Ubby Foodmi
. Mexican Y amnio
Ohlll Con Oarne
spreads or every day
meals, they are just the
Keep a sup-
fply in the house.
You never can
will come inhan
Llbby'm and be
sum you get
Three trainmen were killed when an
engine running light crashed Into a
:relght train at Mars, Pa.
The senate Judiciary committee has
decided to report favorably the nomt
nation of A. W. Cooly as federal Judge
In New Mexico.
Six young men were seriously In
jured, one probably fatally, during an
automobile hill climbing contest at
By thepremature explosion of a can
non at Wapakoneta. O.. on Memorial
day, Henry Mahan. aged 70 years, a
former soldier, was killed.
A tornado In the San Jose mining
district In Mexico did considerable
damage. Practically all the native
shacks In tile district were wrecke.l.
Two men lost their lives by the pre
mature explos on of a charge oi il.mi
mite In the Coallnga. Cal.. oil fields.
The bodies were frightfully mangled.
Luke O'Donnell and his wife were
drowned and two others narrowly es
caped the same fate In a row boat col
lision at Washington park. Chicago.
The premier of the puivinco of Que
beet declares that the polio of Canada
will be to prevent the exportation of
pulp wood from the crown lands to
the United Statee.
Charles Hair, who claims to be a
bricklayer, has been arrested at l.os
Angeles on suspicion of having stran
(led to death I .aura Register, 26 yeall
old. In Providence. R. I., on the night
of May 0.
Bert BUnpion, an ICngllshiuun well
known throughout the southwest, was
shot and killed by H. S. Carpenter at a
ranch near i liii. i exas. I'irpenier
is one of the most prominent ranch
men In west Texas.
Wholesale harness and sad'lle deal
ers of the middle west, at a conven
tion at Des Moines. Iowa, adopted reso
lutions demanding free hides. Present
high prices of leather, the resolutions
declared, are due to the tariff.
One was drowned and five others
narrowly escaped drowning in the Pcv
tomac river at Washington when a
large gasoline launch carrying three
young married couples caught fire
from the explosion of the oil tank.
Mrs. Catherine Teal, a wealthy
apartment house owner, was mur
dered in her nome InsSt. Ixjuls. pre
sutnahly by robhorB. Her lace was
bucked almost beyond recognition,
and her skull was fractured. She
also was shot.
Sheriff Frank Cazalas, of Mobtte,
Ala., has been ordered removed from
office by the stale supreme court in
a decision which followed the trial of
Cazalas on u charge of derelict Ion of
duly in allowing a negro to be lynched
In Mobile on January 21.
Calvin Johnson, u negro, has been
convicted at Alexandria, Va.. of the
murder of Walter F. Schultz, a Chi
cago at 1 1st. on March .' last Schultz
was lured to a field Just outside the
city of Washington, and his throat cut,
robbery being the motive.
The new freight rates on coal re
cently announced by the National
Railways of Mexico went Into effect
on June 1. It Is declared by proiul
ment coal men that in six months the
revised rates will result In an annual
saving to Mexico of $000,000.
Flying into a rage when told that his
twenty-year old sister, Bessie, was to
bo maii'ied. William B. BlesHlog. 30
years old, attacked the girl in their
home, in New Orleans, with a hatchet,
lnMlctlng several serious wounds. He
then threw acid In her tace.
Offlclul notices have been posted In
all the mills of the American Sheet
and Ttnplate mills at Wheeling, W.
Va., announcing that after June 30 all
of the plants of the company would be
open shops. The order affects about
10,000 men, and a strike Is expected.
For the first time In history wheat
has been shipped back from New York
to the west for consumption. Recent
inquiries have been received from as
far away as Texas for New York red
wheat. This Is a result of the great
scarcity of wheat all through the west.
The Chicago Journal published an
affidavit sworn to bv Alois Jaeger, a
masseur of Chicago, In which the lat
ter states that In 1874-75 he was valet
to Joann Salvator, archduke of Aua
trlu, and that on June 2, at Paines
vllle, O., lie recognized Jounn Salvador
as the lost archduke.
The test case of tlie Southern Rail
way company against the Interstate
commerce commission, Involving the
rlgtit of the commission to fix ttto
charge for' the consignment of hay
shipped through Fast St. Louis, has
bean decided by the supreme court
against the commission.
At the United Presbyterian general
assembly at Knoxvllle, Teun., Dr.
Wallace, a former pastor, now editor
of an Iowa publication, declared that
the entire United States Is over
churched, and that the church at large
would he in better condition with half
the number of preachers.
lohn Maxev, a in tro, who shot and
seriously wounded B. C. Bowers, a clr
Otu man, was taken from Jail at Frank
fort, K) , and lynched The Jailer re
slsted the mob, but the door was
broken down. The shooting was he
result of the negro's efforts to get Into
in,, nun without it ticket
A murder, followed by a spectacular
arrest, occurred at RRddlef own. Ohio.
liiHt week. The body of an at-Z um
brella mender was found In a lot. Tho
head bad bean crushed and the nian
robbed The police sent to Dayton for
bloodhounds. The dogs wont direct lo
tho home of Perry McNeal.
Bert Taylor has been found guilty ol
murder In the first degree at Mlnden.
Nob. and the Judge sentenced him to
be hanged on Friday. Bepteinbar 15.
Taylor killed a young girl. Pearl i';i
lor. (he sister of his dead wife, whom
ho bail Induced, to vtsil his home. II
Had and was pursued for weeks
From Bant Backs.
A bad back is a heavy handicap to
those of us who have to work every
day. Nine times out
Man of ten, ' backache
adjsaa j tells of kidney weak
WV 5 ness. The only way
jlfflfcv t "id relief Is to
figy tjy' cure the kidneys.
JLLaj Donna Kidney Pills
Wfmy' Yv have given sound
WMy..' 3 strong backs to
fp47 " yjrt thousands of men i
Ffi1 and women Mrs.
Wesley Clemens. 311
Marlon St, Manchester, la., says
"Constant work at a sewing machine
seemed to bring on kidney trouble'. The j
kidney action was Irregular and the j
pains In my hack and loins so severe
I could hardly endure It. Doan's Kid
ney Pills made me feed better In a
short time, and I took them until en
tirely free from my trouble."
Sold by all dealers. 50 rents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Pronineet Women Aid Good Cause
A large number of women occupy
ing prominent positions In society, or
on the stage, arc taking an active in
terest in the anti-tuberculosis cam
paign. Mrs. W. K. Vanderbllt has re
cently glen f'., 000.000 for sanitary
homes for consumptives. Mrs. Keith
Spiildlng of Chicago has erected n
sanitarium for the Chicago Tuherculo
hIs Institute at a coBt of about )f0.
000; Mrs. Collls P. Huntington and
Mrs. liordcu Harriman have given
largely to the consumption fight. In
Porto Rico, Mrs. Albert Norton Wood. '
wife of a prominent army officer sta
tioned at San Juan, bus stirred the en
tire Island through the antl-tubercii-losis
crusade she inaugurated. Mine
Knuna Calve Is a most enthusiastic
worker, and has given largely of her
latent and money for the relief of
tuberculosis sufferers, and Mlsa Olga
Nethersole has even lectured before
the public on tuberculosis.
THE HINT GENTEEL.
Mr. Saphead By Jove, It's nearly
12 o'clock. Perhaps I had better be
Miss Smart Well, they say "Never
put off till to-morrow what you can do
The inherited predatory tendency of
men to seize upon the fruits of other
people's labor is still very strong, and
while we have nothing more to fear
from kings, we may yet have trouble
enough from commercial monopolies
and favored Industries, marching to
the polls their hordes of bribed retain
ers. Well, indeed, has it been said
eternal vigilance Is the price of liber
ty. God never meant that In this fall
but treacherous world In which he has
placed us we should earn salvation
without steadfast labor. John Flske.
Not Hard to Please.
"Woman may be uncertain and coy,"
remarked the boarding house philoso
pher, "but she isn't hard to please.
That's where the poet Is wrong."
"Whnt new light have you had on
that subject, Mr. McGinnls?" naked the
"She'll put up with almost any kind
of stick for a husband and wear any
old thing on her head for a hat."
"He's a man of great courage."
"Yes, unusual courage. He isn't
afraid to keep his seat in a street car,
even if a woman he knows Is standing
right In front of him."
It Is Often Found in Pure Food.
The Improper selection of food
drives many a healthy person Into the
depths of despairing illm-ss. Indeed,
much sickness comes from wrong food
and just so Burely us that Is the case
right food will make the sun shine
An old veteran of Newburyport,
Mass., says: "In October, I was tuken
sick and went to bed, losing 47 pound..
In about 60 days. I had doctor after
doctor, food hurt me and I had to live
almost entirely on magnesia and soda.
All solid food distressed me so that
water would run out of my mouth In
"I bad terrible night sweuts, and my
doctor finally said 1 had consumption
and must die. My good wife gave up
all hope. We! were at Old Orchard,
Me., at that time and my wife saw
Cfiipe-Nuts In a grocery there. She
bought some and persuaded me to
"I had no faith In It, but took It to
please her. To my surprise It did not
distress me as all other food had done
and before I had taken the fifth pack
age 1 was well on the mend. The pains
left my head, my mind became clearer
and I gained weight rapidly.
"I went back to my work again and
now after six weeks' use of the food
1 am better and stronger than ever be
fore In my life. Grape-Nuts surely
saved my life and made me a strong !
hearty man, 15 pounds heavier than
before I was taken 111.
"Both my good wife and I are will
ing to make affidavit to the truth of
Read "The Road to Wellvllle." In
pkgs. "There's a reason."
Hver r-.i,i Hi. above lellerf A nm
one appears) from time to time. I ii.-
re k inline, true, mi, I full of humna
"Why, uncle, how are all the folks?"
"They're all well, thanks, 'cept Bill.
He's got the baseball fever!"
Ignorance Aids Appetite.
Merrill E. Gates, secretary of the
board of Indian commissioners, was
describing the splendid work that his
board Is doing to wipe out the tuber
culosis scourge which at one time
threatened to make the American In
"But the Indian," said Mr. Gates,
"needs to be educated In sanitation.
He is shockingly Ignorant there. In
fact, he is as Ignorant as an old farm
er I used to know In Warsaw.
"A friend dropped In on this old
farmer as he was frying a bit of bacon.
" 'Grand bacon, that,' said the friend,
"'Grand bacon! Well, I guess It Is
grand bncon.' said the old man, turn
ing the slices in the pan. 'And lt'a
none o' yer murdered Htiiff, neither.
That pig died a natural death.'"
An Unconscious Tribute.
When his business bad yielded such
profits that he began to take life more
easily and think of retiring. Mr. Hold
en endeavored to throw some good
things In the way of a younger firm.
"How about letting Hobbs & Rawson
have your next consignment of canned
novelties?" he suggested to one of the
manufacturers. "They are hard-working
gentlemanly young fellows."
"That's Just the trouble," said the
manufacturer, with a decided shake of
his head. "I'm no gentleman myself,
and I don't propose to mix up nor have
any business dealln's with gentlemen.
"I'll consign my goods to you, same
as I've always done, and you can do as
you like with "em." Youth's Companion.
Englishman's Withering Reply.
The best of us sometimes forget the
beam in our own eyes while we search
for a mote in another's. An American
traveling abroad met an Englishman
with the rather remarkable name of
Pthorne, which was pronounced
"What's the good of the -PV" the
American queried; "you don't pro
nounce It, do you?"
The Englishman gazed at him with
the manner of one who, while he
pities, is bored.
"What's the good of 'h' in 'orse?"he
questioned, convincingly. Spare Moments.
People Talk About Good Things.
I'mutet'ii year ago tew people knew of
kiii-Ii a preparation us u Powder for the
Vest. 'In-day after the genuine merits of
Allen's Foot-Kane have been told year after
year by grateful persona, it is indispens
able to million. It i cleanly, whole
some, healing and antiseptic uud gies
le-t anil comfort to tiled aching feet.
It cures while you walk. Over .'Ml.OOO
testimonials. Imitations pay the dealer
u larger profit otherwise ytm would never
lie oifered a substitute for Allen's Foot
Rsse, the original foot powder, Ask for
Allan's Foot-Kane, and see that you get it.
A Significant Test.
"So you don't think the common
people have the nerve to defy those
who seek a system of financial op
pression'.'" "I am sure they haven't," answered
Mr. Slrius Barker. "Look at me. I'm
Just as sensitive to injustice as any
body. And yet I never hesitate about
handing a head waiter a comfortable
tip for doing nothing except look
His Professional Habit.
"How did that sculptor leave his
"In a strictly professional condi
tion." 'What do you mean?"
"in statu quo."
Important to Mothera.
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTOH1A a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see th-it It
Signature of QUSffifactfikl
In Use For Over ;JO Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
"I hear your daughter Is going to
marry a duke."
"Yes; a love match." .
"Do you mean to tell me she gets
1 him for nothing?"
Itrd, Weak, Weary, Watery i:
' Relieved by Murine fciye Remedy. Com-
pounded by Experienced Physicians. Mu
rine Doesn't Smart: Snot Ins Bye Pain.
I Write Murine Bye Remedy Co., Chicago,
for Illustrated Kye Book. At I irugslsts.
"Was It an exclusive party?"
"Not at all. Some of her relatives
Over lifty years of public i-ontidcnee
and popularity. That is the record "I
llainhiiM Wianl Oil, the world's stand
ard remedy for aches and pains. There's
s reason and only our MI'.KIT.
He who is false to duty breaks a
i thread in the loom, and will find the
flaw when he may have forgotten the
caus6.--H. W. Beecher.
For Any Disease or Injury to
tl re, sat I'KTTirs KYK SAI.VK, ab
solutely h.ii'tnlcHM, acts quickly, 25u. All
druggiels or Howard Bros,, HulTulo, . Y.
If you would criticise your boas get
fully a mile away from everybody,
then whisper to yourself.
Find Help in LydiaE. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound
Winchester, Ind, "Four doctors j
told me that they could never make
BaSJ Bf 'm' roiriilsir, unci
that I would event-
I ually have dropsy.
I I would bloat, and ,
HS I sulicrf rotnlieiiritig j
W ml dowiipaiiis.i'raniiis
ma I and chills, and I ,
m - I could not Bleep
B8m g nlRlits, My mother
BP ,b1bW' v role to Airs. I'ink-
- sjpr , ,. j !uimforadvice.and
, I I iicp'in to take '
1 Vcijotablo Com-
pound. After taking one and one-
lalf bottles of the Compound, 1 am all
right again, and I recommend it to
every suffering woman." Mrs. May
Deal, Winchester, Ind.
Hundreds of such letters from girls
and mothers expressing their gratiludo
for what Lydia E. 1'inkham'a Vege
table Compound has accomplished for
them have been received by The Lydia
E. PinkhamMedlcine Company, Lynn,
Girls who are troubled with painful
or irregular periods, backache, head
ache, draggintj-down sensations, faint
ing spells or indigestion, should tako
immediate action to ward oil the seri
ous consequences and be restored to
health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound. Thousands have been
restored to health by its use.
If yon would like spoclnl advice
about your case write a confiden
tial letter to Mrs. Pinkbam, at
Lynn, Mass. Her advice is free,
and always helpful.
"1 suppose you mistake me for a
"Mistake you? My dear boy, I '
know you too well!"
The Bright Side.
"Door Mr. storming ton. Barnes try
to look on the bright side of things?"
asked one actor.
"I should say ho," answered the
other. "He's never content unless he
is Btarlng the apotllght right In the
face." Washington Star.
"Why did you marry T"
"Did you get what you were after?"
"Yes from my friends."
Uncle Josh Says:
Taln't all cigarette smoke In Turk
ish circles, b' Jinks, is It?
The dollar that does the moat for us
Is the dollar with which we do good.
Mrs. Wlnalow's Soothing Syrup.
Fur children L-i-thtnic, auftena Ilia Ktiroa, mUut-ei la
iaSBBSStftOB, allay psln, cure wind oollu. aocabuule
Occasionally a dressmaker gives I
her husband fits.
jt . . ,... I Poaltl vely cured by
They ulso relieve Die-
liVXIF treuHfrom DyHjipHta, In-
I I Ifrn 'Hl.'eMltoiiiiiil'L'ooHertjr
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They regulate tlie lluwvls. Purely Wg-elable.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
IrADTsTBrl Genuine Must Bear
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You on make two mistakes In billing jH
Riding Down. One U to buy an Inferior H
plow because It Is offered cheap, and the H
other te to buy a high priced riding- plow fljl
when the BUCCE8S, a medium priced aH
plow, will do better work. IB
Successful Plowing H
Can aaiwayii b ft'Tomnlthh-Ml, under all clr- H
rumtiiini'pt, with the Bucceaa Plow. H
It I a frrnnrlfMs plow that will In .t a life-
time. It hat tlio bat hitch, the) btt land- H
Ing davica, the batt rolling cutter. the
bit bottoms fvrr put on Hlrilnr !"rw.
It nan only two lewr, hut th irlMli
lutmfl range of adjUNtmentM at plow with LLLW
three or four lever. It In henvlpr hnn
more material but fewer part uinl ia
lent font pli ntetl, than other. H
Flnlnhed with wide Hharea for Alfalfa
riowlng, when ordered.
That's why It In strong, simple and ,
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67 Years of "Knowing How' Ham
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