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I QUEEN OF ACTRESSES
am glad to write my endorse
ment of the great remedy, Peruna. 1
do so most heartily. "Julia Marlowe.
Any remedy that benefits digestion
Strengthens tlio nerves.
o. The nervo centerR reqnlre nntrltlon.
If the digestion Is impaired, tho nerve
centers hccnnio anemic, and nervous
debility is the result.
ALLEN S FOOT-EASE
Shake Into Your Shoce
f Allen's Foot-Kaw, the antiseptic
poivalcr lor the It-el. It cures
pnntful, BwoUtii, smart inn, 11. Tvim f-.l,
and instantly takea tlio sting nnt of
onrnsand huniona. Ita the iircut
est comturt illtu-overy of the
nee. All. mi' Kent Kane tuakas tig lit
fitting or new shoes feel easy. It Is a
certain cure for ingrowing nails, sweat
Ina. callous and tired, aching fret.
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IT TO. DAY. 8old everywhere, jSo.
Ifo not nrrept tiny eiibatltnte.
Sent by mall for Itfic. in stamps.
rprr ti.i m. package
UC. sent by mail.
MOTIIIClt GKAY'M NWICKT
"In a Dlnctl I'U III lis, the beat medicine for
ate allrn'a reeriih, sickly Children. Sold by
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fool last Trial Hscksire I'RKE, Address,
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?A!xw8 HAIW BALSAM
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kBt'H s'rtiri'.iin u Inniriavnl prtwt,i
tf aHrJ'-vfr Fa) la to Bettor "ny
Of, "V-H J1 ur to '" youthful Col r.
lTUMttl -..ggMJ Cum prilp tlnnarn & hair falling.
"aft'li-l Thompson's Eyo Water
Terror of Frankness.
"There Is no worse vice than
frankness," said Dooth TurkinKton, at
a farewell dinner in New York prece
dent to his departure for Europe.
"How should I feel, for example, if I
asked you for your opinion of my
plays, and you answered me frankly,
"Why, I should feel like the poor
lady at the bridge drive who Baid to
her hostess' little daughter:
" 'Your eyes are such a heavenly
blue. And what color are my eyeB
"The child's high treble traveled
easily to the further corner of tho
quiet room as she replied, looking
earnestly up into her questloenr's
"'Dwab middles, yellow whites
' ind wed wims!'"
Remedies Too Costly.
Get out the old-fashioned household
remedy book and scratch out two
remedies, one advising raw beefsteak
spread on a bruise and tlio other ad
vising bacon for a felon. Wo can't
waste beefsteak and bacon on bruises
and felons these days. Atchison
Visitor I saw your husband in the
crowd down town today. In fact, he
was so close that I could have touched
Hostess That's strange. At home
he Is so close that nobody can touch
The sweet, "toastie"
Crisp, fluffy bits of per
fectly ripe white corn
4f eooked, rolled and then
W toasted to an appetizing
I Served with cream and
f sometimes fruit, this
mt- dainty food pleases the
$ whole family.
1 Give the home-folks a
1 "The Memory Lingers"
Packages 10c and 15c.
i? POSTUM CEREAL COMPANY, Ltd..
" Battle Creak, Mick.
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BIG MISSl RALLY
LAYMEN'S CONGRESS IN CHICAGO
ATTENDED BY THOUSANDS.
WOULD CHRISTIANIZE WORLD
Every Protestant Church In America
Represented at Immense Meeting
Which Is Addressed by Many
Chicago. For four days, beginning
May 3, Chicago was the scene of a
most extraordinary gathering, tho
Layman's National Missionary con
gress. Every Protestant church In
America was represented, and the del
egates were men of affairs from all
over the country who came here to
consider plans for the evangellntlon
of the entire world. Tbey numbered
4,500 In all.
Among (hem were men of national
and International prominence For
mer Vice-President Fairbanks attend
ed as a representative of the Metho
dist Episcopal church. Several gov
ernors were present. United States
Senators Dolllver of Iowa and Bev
erldge of Indiana and former Senator
Teller of Colorado were present at the
first session. A number of former
governors of states were registered.
Among them were former Governor
Hadley of Missouri, former Governor
Yates of Illinois, and former Governor
Hanley of Indiana. 8oldlers, sailors,
business men, professional men and
ministers were In attendance. Tha
congress closed on Friday.
Close of Remarkable Campaign.
This convention marked the close
of a remarkable religious campaign.
During the winter and spring, mis
sionary conventions were held under
the auspices of the Laymen's Mis
sionary Movement In 75 of the lead
ing cities of the country. The cam
paign began at Buffalo on October 16.
The gathering at Chicago was the cli
max of the series of conventions
The appeal for foreign mission!
was presented to the business men of
these cities. All told, 83,000 business
men registered as delegates for 78
conventions, paying a dollar for the
privilege. In addition, thousands of
other men attended the various ses
sions. Each convention opened with a ban
quet. In most every case these ban
quets were the largest In the history
of the cities. All of these cities and
hundreds of the surrounding towns
were represented at the Chicago con
gress. A national missionary policy was
adopted. This policy will be sent to
the World's Missionary conference at
Edinburgh, Scotland, on June 14,
where It Is expected to exert a pro
found conference. The delegates
were apportioned amongst the vari
ous Protestant churches of America
In accordance with their membership
nnd gifts to missions. The Methodist
Episcopal church led with 600 dele
gates. The Presbyterian church was
second with 450 men. The The North
ern Baptist church had a quota of 330
men, while the Southern Baptist con
vention sent 200 men. The Southern
Methodist church was represented by
by 255 men. The Protestant Episco
pal church appointed 210 delegates.
Most of the other churches had pro
The various sessions were held In
the auditorium. The congress opened
with the singing of "Crown Him Lord
of All." Right Reverend Charles P.
Anderson, Episcopal bishop of Chi
cago, made the opening address He
i-poke on the "Will of Christ for the
World," 'welling upon the need of
church unity. Bishop W. L. Mc
Dowell, of the Methodist Episcopal
church, made the second address. The
first evening was devoted to talks by
I, Campbell White, general secretary
of the Laymen's Missionary Move
ment, and J. A. MacDonald, editor of
Tho Toronto Globe.
Notable List of Speakers.
Among the speakers on the program
were Prince T. H. Yun of Korea; J.
A. MacDonald, editor of the Toronto
Globe; Robert E. Speer, secretary of
the Presbyterian Board of Foreign
Missions; William J Schlefelln, pres
ident of the CtUens' union of New
York; Alfred E. Marling of New
York; Mornay Williams, chairman of
the New York state board of char
ities; Clement Chase of Omaha; How
ard A. Kelly of Baltimore; Samuel B.
Capen of Boston; John R. Pepper of
Memphis, Tenn.; H. M. Beardsley,
formerly mayor of Kansas City;
George Sherwood Eddy of India, Rob
ert H. Gardiner of Boston; Col. Elijah
W. Halford, private secretary to the
late President HarrlBon during his ad
ministration; Thomas Tlppey and
William H. Lewis of Seattle, R. A.
Long of Kansas City, John B. Sleman
of Washington, founder of the move
ment; William E. Sweet of Denver,
Charles A. Rowland of Athens, Ga.;
Alfred E. Marling of New York, Judge
Selden P. Spencer of St. Louis, N. W.
Rowell of Montreal, John R. Pepper of
Memphis, and missionaries from all
over the world.
DIDN'T GET THE SITUATI0..
Flight of Eloquence Wasted by
Friend of Dobkins Pretty
Enough, But Not Appropriate.
"What makes you act so grouchy
this morning, Dobkins?"
"Had an addition to my family."
"What? Why, you ought to be
ashamed to be gloomy over thnt' To
think that a normal human being
should be angry because of the ad
vent of such n cherub! Do you act
ually grudge a place in your happy
home to 'hn Innocent creature fresh
from heaven, bringing with it tho very
fragrance of those celestial realms?
Do you greet with an unwelcoming
chill a small epitome of all purity and
sweetness given into your keeping as
a priceless, (hough undeserved treas
ure by a too benevolent Providence?
A lovely copy of what fancy feigns
tho angels to be like a tiny Hhrod of
grace ant) glory, snatched from the "
"Say, that's very pretty, but do you
know you're talking about my mother-in-law?"
AN INTOLERABLE ITCHING
"Just about two years ago, some
form of humor appeared on my scalp.
The beginning was a slight Itching but
It grew steadily worse until, when I
combed my hair, the scalp became
raw and tho ends of the comb-teeth
would be wet with blood. Most of the
time there was an Intolerable itching,
In a painful, burning way, very much
as a bad, raw burn, if deep, will itch
and smart when first beginning to
heal. Combing my hair was positive
torture. My hair was long and tan
gled terribly because of the blood and
scabs. This continued growing worse
and over half my hair fell out. I was
in despair, really afraid of becoming
"Sometimes the pain was so great
that, when partially awake, I would
scratch the worst places so that my
finger-tips would bo bloody. I could
not sleep well and, after being asleep
a short time, that awful stinging pain
would commence and then I would
wake up nearly wild with the torture.
A neighbor said It must be salt rheum.
Having used Cuticura Soap merely aB
& toilet soap before, I now decided to
order a set of the Cuticura Remedies
Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Pills.
I UBed them according to directions
for perhaps six weeks, then left off,
is the disease seemed to be eradl
:ated, but toward spring, eighteen
months ago, there was a slight re
turn of the scalp humor. I com
menced the Cuticura treatment at
once, so had very little trouble. On
my scalp I used about one half a cake
of Cuticura Soap and half a box of
Cuticura Ointment in all. The first
time 1 took six or seven bottles of Cu
ticura Pills and the last time three
bottles neither an expensive or te
dious treatment. Since then I have
bad no scalp trouble of any kind.
Standing up, with my hair unbound, it
comes to my knees and had it not been
for Cuticura I should doubtless be
'This is a voluntary, unsolicited tes
timonial and I take pleasure in writing
it, hoping my experience may help
someone else. Miss Lillian Brown,
R. F. D. 1. Liberty, Me., Oct. 29. 1909."
Finding of Fresh-Water Eel.
The straits of Messina are channels
of Immense depth, through which a
wild form of whirling eddies have the
effect of bringing up from the depths
below many marine creatures which
are rarely seen except In the deep sea
trawls. It was here that the fresh
water eel was first discovered, an In
cident which threw a blaze of light
on the life history of a very mysteri
ous fish. l.tiiiiiiiti Dally Telegraph.
BrATt or Ohio Citt or tolcdo. t
Lucas County. (
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that be la aeniot
parttii-r of the Urm of I'. J. OatSXaf A Co., doing
business In the City of Toledo, County and State
afort-suld. and that '"ml llrm will pay the sum of
ONE IHMiltl ii DOLLARS for M and .wry
cast- of (ATAliitll that cannot be curi-d by the use of
Hall's Catahhh cure.
FRANK J CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In my preaenoe
this 6th day of December, A. I).. ISM.
i - l A. W. OLEASON.
I SKAL f Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken Internally and arts
directly iihhi the blond and mueoua surfaces of the
system. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo. O.
Hold hy all Druggists. 76a.
Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation.
Drain on Country's Resources.
In 1908, the foreign-born popula
tion of K1.6 per cent, furnished 15.6
per cent, of the criminals, 20.8 per
cent, of the paupers, and 29.5 per
cent, of the Insane. Between 1904 and
1908, the aliens In these institutions
increased 34 per cent.
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTOR1A, a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
Bears the STa yTtmmm
Signature of CmLOyTcLccXt
In Use For Over 3 Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought.
Never say die till you are dead and
then s It's no use. Spurgeon.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets, small, augar-ooaled, easy to
take as .-innlv. regulate and Invigorate stomach.
liver and bowelsand cure constipation.
How one woman doesn't enjoy hear
ing another praised.
UP AGAINST IT.
Bug Pugilist Heavens! I wish I
had never gotten on a match with the
IT WEARS YOU OUT.
Kidney Troubles Lower the Vitality
of the Whole Body.
Don't wait for serious Illness; be
gin using Doan's Kidney Pills when
you first feel backache or notice
John L. Perry, Co
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ihrlaaTlj; Jt could not live. Doan's
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Remember the name Doan's.
For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a
box. FoBter-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
One of the officials of the Midland
railway, coming from Glenwood
Springs tho other day, was tolling a
young woman on the (rain how won
derfully productive Colorado's irri
gated ground is.
"Really," ho explained, "it's so rich
that girls who walk on it have big
feet. It Just simply makes their feet
"Huh," was the younp woman's re
joinder, "some of the Colorado men
must have been going around walk
ing on their heads." Denver Post.
Kill the Flies Now and Keep
dis-enne away. A DAISY FLY' KILLER
will do it. Kills thousands. Lasts nil season.
Ask your dealer, or send 90o to II. SOM
ERS, 150 DeKulb Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
It's awfully hard to convince the
young man in tho case that all tho
world loves a lover.
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