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Iv GOING UP!
"You haven't nny work now?"
"No, I'm just wilting, i ix-.in i,v
opening cab doom, Tbi n I opened the
doors; ol motor cm, w n,i v ., it inji
tin tho Mroplaata ire ready."
j EPIDEMIC OF ITCH IN WELSH
"In Dowlals, South Wnlos, about flf-
teen years ago. iBttiUsaj wore strick-
en wholesale by a disease known as
the Itch. lieli.vc me. it. is th" most
terrible dlMCM of its kind that 1
know of, as It Itches all through your
body and makes your life an inferno.
Sleep Is out of the question and you
feel as If a million mosquitoes were
attacking you at the same time. 1
knew a dozen families that were so
fl "The doctors did their be:;t, but
their remedies were of no avail what
ever. Then the families tried a.dr ig
gist who was noted far and wide for
his remarkable cures. People came
H to hlra from all parts of the country
H for treatment, but his medicine made
matters still worse, as a last resort
H they were advised by a friend to use
H the Cuticura Remedies. I am glad to
BJ tell you that after a few days' treat-
ment with Cuticura Soap, Ointment
H and Resolvent, the effect was wonder-
ful and the result was a perfect cure
R In all cases.
r "I may add that my three brothers,
B throe sisters, myself and all our fam-
ffr Hies have been users of the Cuticura
w Remedies for fifteen years. Thomas
H Hugh, 16G0 West Huron St., Chicago,
m 111., June 29, 1909."
His Terrible Threat.
H Aviation has Improved oonsidorablv
Bj since the time when Col. Cleary, then
Bj county commissioner and tor years a
H well-known Chicagoan, made a balloon
H ascension nt a county fair over in
Bj Michigan, says the Chicago Journal.
H As the guest of honor the colonel
H was sent upward with the assurance
Hj that there was absolutely no danger.
Bj Rut as the distance from the earth
B grew greater the colonel leaned out
m' "Pull me In!" be shouted.
M The men who were bailing out the
K' rope paid no heed to his demand.
B Higher and higher went the balloon.
1 Wilder and wilder grew the colonel.
ar ' a Finally, almost standing on his head
as he tried to keep a precarious bal
f ' ance, he gave a final cry of exas-
I perated panic:
I "Pull me In, I tell you, or I'll cut
ft , the rope!"
jtt Real Early Rising.
K Farmer Brown and Parmer Jones
were near neighbors, and many a dls-
H pute took place as to who was the ear-
H Her riser. Moth maintained that each
H excelled the other.
B One day Farmer Mrown determined
to put the subject to test. Rising very
H early one morning, about two o'clock,
B he proceeded to visit his friend. Great
B was his astonishment when be saw
B Mrs. Jones banging out the clothes In
B the garden.
K "Farmer Jones about?" he asked.
B?' "Well," replied the lady, "he was
pi the first part of the morals', but I
B! dunno where he be now."
I Leads to Madness, if not Remedied in
"Experiments satisfied me, some 5
I years ago," writes a Topeka woman,
I "that coffee was the direct cause of the
I Insomnia from which I suffered tor
I ribly, as well as the extreme nervous
I lioss and acute dyspepsia which made
I life a most painful thing for me.
"I had been a coffee drinker since
b childhood, and did not like to think
I that the beverage was doing me all this
I harm. Put it was, and the time came
I when I had to face the fact, and pro
It toot myself. I therefore gave up coffee
L abruptly and absolutely, and adopted
V Postum as my hot drink at ine.als.
I "I began to note Improvement In my
'W condition very soon after 1 took on
I Postum. The change proceeded grad-
I ually, but surely, and It was a matter of
I only a few weeks before I found my
f self entirely relieved the nervousness
j passed away, my digestive apparatus
was restored to normal efficiency, and
I began to sleep, rest fully and peace
fully. "These happy conditions have con
tinued during all of the 5 years, and I
j am safe In saying that I owe them en-
Lyl tlr,ely to Postum, for when I began to
' I drink It I ceased to use medicine."
i Read the little book, "The Road to
Wellvllle'lnpVgs. "There's a Reason."
A Ever read the above letter? A if
II ae appears from time to time. I '!
are Keanlaa, trur, and full of bunii
MOODS IN FRANCE
HUNDREDS ARE HOMELES3 AND
RUINED AS RESULT OF
Villages Submerged and Houses Col
lapse When Waters Weaken the
Paris. Floods have exceeded all
records and are ful assuming the
proportion! of a national Altaator, la
the northeast, and west, hundred! are
homeless nnd ruined. Although It is
impossible to estimate the damage, It
will be great.
One of the Water mains, serving one
of the most populous districts, burst
and the people of the district are with
out water. It is feared that the city
will he In a like condition soon, ns the
flood is invading the pumping sta
tions. The compressed air factory,
which supplies elevators In Paris, also
has bora forced to shut down.
Officials of the prefecture are find
ing great difficulty in securing BDOltOI
for the homeless.
Many persons vacated their quar
ters Saturday and 200 more vacated
Sunday. On the boulevard of St.
Germain a house is tottering and
threatening to fall on the chamber of
One of the few casualties reported
Sunday was the sweeping away of a
man who was trying to drag some
floating logs from the river.
The situation in the outskirts ol
Paris is even worse than in the city
proper. At Alforte ille the dam burst,
overwhelming 20(1 houses, the people
being forced to tly, leaving their be
Victim of Human Fiend.
Denver, Colo. Alone in a flat, while
dressing for school. Miss May Thust
had the clothing she was wearing set
on fire by an Intruder hidden in a
closet. A few moments later the girl
was severely burned by acid thrown
or squirted on her face nnd hands by
the same person, who escaped without
being seen by the victim. Miss Thust,
who Is a comely girl of 1C years, had
the right side of her face burned bad
ly by carbolic acid. The identity ol
the perpetrator is unknown.
Following Zelaya's Tactics.
Washington. Telegrams received
at. the state department on Saturday
Indicate that there has been a great
revival by President Madtiz of Nicar
agua of the old Zelaya policy of im
prisonment of respectable people for
alleged political reasons. In one case,
a house immediately across the street
from the consulate was entered by
soldiers without warrant. Troops are
being hurried to meet the Estrada
army. The general situation In Man
ngua is declared to be strained.
Two New Ships for Argentine.
Boston, Mass. That nearly 90 per
cent ot the $22,000,000 to' be paid by
the Argent ino Republic for the build
ing of two "Dreadnaughts" in Ameri
can f-hip yards will go for labor, and
only about ten per cent for materials,
Is estimated here seml-ollioially. One
of the ships will be built at Qulncy,
Mass., and the other at Camden, N. J.
Each will be T.70 feet long with a dis
placement of 28,000 tons and will have
a speed of 22 knots, generated by 40,
School Teacher Whips Highwayman.
Cleveland, O. A highwayman held
uj) Miss Lulu Van Fleet, teacher in a
high school, Sunday night. Miss Van
Fhet, after severely punishing him.
threw him Into a snow bank nnd
jumped on him. 1'pon leaving, how
ever, In her agitation, she left her
purse, which had fallen on the ground,
and the robber got It after all.
Good Roads Attract Farmers.
Washington. Secretary Knox be
lieves that the congestion of popula
tion in great cities is caused In large
part by the lack of good roads In this
Country. He told the house commit
too on foreign affairs that the reason
Frano was the best agricultural coun
try in the world was bocause she had
good roads so long. "The agricultural
population of France does not have to
spend its money in repairing vehicles
and harness every winter. I think
good roads have improved the attract
lveneu of rural life," says Secretary
Woman Seriously Burned.
New York. When Annie Koch's
dress caught fire in the East Broad
way house, where she was employed,
she ran, all aflame, across the street
and beat frantically on the door of the
Maternity hospital. Patients at the
windows witnessed her flight and
raised an alarm of fire. This created
consternation in the hospital, and
nurses restrained many of the pa
tients with difficulty. The burning
woman was wrapped In a blanket, ex
tinguishing the flames, but not before
jhe had been severly burned.
AMD TOMMY G()T BIFF.
Tommy 1 say, sis, Mr. Ootsplosh I
minted to know what yo.i had In your
stocking thll morning.
HaIndeed; and what did you iotT
Tommy I said the usual things, 1
TO CURE RHEUMATISM
Prescription that Cured Hundreds
Since Published Here.
"One ounce syrup of Sarsnpnrllla
compound; one ounce Toris com
pound; Add thOM to n half pint of good
whiskey: Take a tahlespoonful be
fore each meal and at bod time;
Shako the bottle well each time."
Any druggist has these ingredients
In stock or will quickly get them from
his wholesale house. (Jood results are
felt from this trentment alter the flrVt
few doses but It should be continued
until cured. This also acts as a system
builder, eventually restoring strength
A Change at Least.
A change of tenors had been made
in the church choir. Eight-year-old
Jessie, returning from the morning
service, was anxious to toll the news.
"Oh, mother," she exclaimed, "we have
a new terror In the choir." Worn
an's Home Companion.
WHY PEOPLE SUFFER.
Too often the kidneys are the cause
and the sufferer Is not aware of It.
Sick kidneys bring backache and side
pains, lameness and stiffness, dizzi
ness, headaches, tired feeling, urinary
JJjJJJ I troubles. Doan's Kld
k BfVj Ilov puis CUra the
JL-aBBj cause. Mis. N. K.
yj$i( rW Graves, Villisca,
tJ Sflal Iowa, says: "I Buf-
??2EBr?H fered from kidney
Tt tl trouble for years.
7 1 Jk The secretions were
' " ' "" disordered, t h e r 0
were pains In my back and swellings
of the nnklcs. Often I had smother
ing spells. I had to be helped about.
Doan's Kidney Pills cured me Ave
years ago and I have been well since.
They saved my life."
Remember the name Doan's. For
snlo by all dealers. fin cents a box.
Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Many a man's morality doesn't be
gin to work until he discovers that he
is being shadowed by a detective.
FOR DXBPSKATKD fOI.DS nnd rougha,
A ' 11' l.'i n't lUilnnm cures when all other 1 1 n,. n -a
full. Thin old rellnlili- medicine baa i,-in sniii for
overtOyeurn. c,Uk..fl.U0lHltli'i. All dealers.
Occasionally the human race Is run
over the course of true love.
TO VVKT. A fOI.II IN ONK 1AY
Tnao I.AXATIVK RHOMO Viilniiio Tuhlrts.
I tnitfuK refund inorn-v If It fafll to cure. K. W.
I.HiH t. s wijimiuie lnuD eSOD box. ibv.
Cheap notoriety often turns out to
be an expensive luxury.
Mr. Wlnilow'l Southing; Syrup.
For children tentuliiK. aoftrD i lie uumi, reducm In
(UiuuiutUm , al laf palu, uurua wind collu He a lioltle.
Low shoes and high heels may be
an ii 111 1 11 B
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Strong Healthy Women . $S I
If a womun is strong and bonltliy in a womanly way, molh- w) Ft, ' U
erhood mean to her hut little sullrin. The trouble lira it ' I H
in the (act that the many women suffer from weakness and V M
disease ot the distinctly feminine or.inism and are uniitted ill 'B
lor motherhood. This can be remedied. JaaflaaavBar aafl
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription ! , I
Cures the weaknesses and disorder of women. JH I K , H
It acts I'ireotly on I'io delicate nnd important ""tk V?S '
cirgans concerned in nmtViorhnorl, making them llJV
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Makes Week Women Strong. It Makes Sick Women Well. ,
Honest druggists do not offer substitutes, and urge them upon you as " just H
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flBrw Neuralgia I
Vjh Paine I
The shooting, tearing pains of neuralgia are caused H
by excitement of the nerves. Sciatica is also a nerve fl
Sloan's Liniment, a soothing external application
stops neuralgia pains at once, quiets the nerves, relieves
that feeling of numbness which is often a warning of
paralysis, and by its tonic effect on flie nervous and j
muscular tissues, gives permanent as well as immedi- H
ate relief. fl
One Application Relieved the Pain. H
Mr. J. C. I.EE. of 1 100 Ninth St., S. E., Washington, D. C, writes: B
" I advised a lady who was a great sufferer from neuralgia to try Sloan's l.inf- IH
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Liniment & I
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