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fl $3.50 RECIPE CURES
M WEAK KIDNEYS, FREE
H RELIEVES URINARY AND KIDNEY
H TROUBLES, BACKACHE, STRAIN-
B ING, SWELLING, ETC.
HLS Stops Pain In the Bladder, Kidneys
H Wouldn't It be nlcn wltliln a week or so
HH to begin t" nay ifooilliyc forever to the
IH eraMIng, lt lliljllriaT, Hlnilnlnff, or too fre-
M (in nl pMHl of urine; the forrliruil and
H Ihi I'M I t-ol Mi.'- hoad actus; the Klltclms
H and pnlna In the bark; (lie growing mus-
B cIp weakness: apota before tho eyes; yel-
H low akin; hIukitIhIi bowela; swollen -
H li.i-i or ankles; lea; cramps; unnatural
H ahnrt breath, slecpleaaneHH and tho de-
M I have a rrlpo for theoe troubles that
'HB you ran depend on, and If you wunt to
ig mako a QUICK RJBCOV8RT, you otttht
HIH to write and vet a ropy of II. Many a
M doetor would charge you $:::.o Just for
B writing thl.'i prescription, but I have It
B and will be glad to send It to you entire-
H rj free. Junt drop me a line like this:
H Dr. A. E. Uoblnaon, K-K7 Link Building,
".letriilt. Mich., and I will aeud it by re-
t turn mall In a plain envelope. Ah ym will
H are when you get It, tills rerlpe contain
H only pure, lurmlm remedies, but It linn
H hi" ii iii-iiii.:- and p.iin ciitiijii. i ing power,
H It will quickly ahow 11 power once, you
H uac It, ao I think you bad better aee what
H It la without delay. I will Hend you a
H copy free you uu uho It in. I euro your-
H Significance In Names.
H In an Illinois town a worklngmau
B hnvitiK been Informed th.it n sixth
B baby lind arrived at his home, ex-
H claimed: "Sufficient," anil his neigh
H lid -, referring to his having given
I that name- Suilh i. nl to the new
H arrival, credited him with originality.
H The incident resembles a rase nearer
H heme, adds tho New York Tribune.
H A New York family was blessed with
H nine daughters, when the stork
H brought n tenth one. It was In the
M days when the slang term for an oft-
M told i.i mi-v was a "chestnut," and as
B the baby certainly came under that
PPJ head she received (lie name, but for
PH suphony's sake the Fn nch for the
PV word was employed, and sbo was
PB railed Marron.
pH Benny on Benevolence.
pH Benevolenco Is a great thing. When
H you have benevolejice you cannot rest
H until you do something to make other
M people feel grateful to you. The other
H day my mamma went up Into the attic
to find a lot o old clothes to give
P to poor people who could not afford to
PJ buy any clothing for themselves While
pK she was hunting around she found a
PJ gold headed cane worth $2f that
H grandpa had put up there 18 years
H ago, and forgot all about. Thus we
H see, deur friends, benevolence brings
PJ Its own reward. Honuy.
(Was All Right.
Howard Did you telephone Mrs.
Howard that I would he detained at
the office until midnight?
P Office Boy Yes, sir.
"And what did she say?"
'Said she didn't blame you she had
I made an engagement to go to the the-
ater tonight herself." Smart Set.
1 To Put It Mildly.
I Tney say he has a swelled head."
"I must admit thai he seems to ap
preciate himself very much."
God Humor and Cheerfulness From
Right Food and Drink.
Anything that Interferes with good
Health is upt to keep cheerfulness and
good humor In tho background. A
Washington lady found that letting
coffee alone made things bright for
her. She writes:
"Four years ago I was practically
given up by my doctor and was not ex
pected to live long. My nervous sys
tem was in a bad condition.
"Hut I was young and did not want
to die so I began to look about fur the
cause of my chronic trouble. I used to
have nervous spells which would ex
haust me and after each spell It would
take me days la-ton- 1 could sit up In a
"I became convinced my trouble wai
caused by coffee. I decided to stop It
and bought some Postum.
"The first cup, which I made accord
ing to directions, had a soothing ef
fect on my nerves and I liked the taste.
For u tiino I nearly lived on Postum
and ate little food besides. I am today
a healthy woman.
"My family and relatives wonder if
I am tho same person I was four years
ago, when I could do no work on ac
count of nervousness. Now I am do
ing my own housework, take tare of
two babies one twenty the other two
months old. I am so busy that I haul
ly get time to write a letter, yet I do
it all with the cheerfulness and good
humor that comes from enjoying good
"I tell my friends it is to Postum 1
owe my life today."
Read "The Road to Wellville," in
pkgs. "There's a Reaaon."
Elver read the above letter? A aew
- xsvrnrm from tin to time. They
are grkulor, re, u full of huaaaa
EGOMONY IS URGED
I IN TAOESSAGE
PRESIDENT POINTS OUT NECES
SITY OF CURTAILING EXPEN
SES TO LAWMAKERS.
ANNUAL DOCUMENT IS READ
Conservation, Ship Subsidy and For
tification of Panama Canal Lead
ing Topics Discussed Has
Little to Say About Tariff.
Washington, Dec. 6. Economy In
government affairs Is the keynote of
President Taft's annual message read
before both houses of congress today.
The message approximates 411,000
words and Is one of the longest ever
submitted by a president.
Conservation of the public domain,
hip PUbsidy, fortification of the Pana
ma anal and the continuation of the
pre! nt tarilf board are the leading
subjects touched upon, lie also re
Views the work of the various gov
ernment department! and concurs In
recommendation, tending toward the
bettering of the service, made by sev
eral of the members of his cabinet.
Economy Is Urged.
In dwelling on the urgent need for
economy In government expenditures, the
president aaya: "Kvery effort has been
made by each department chief to reduce
the estimated com of his department for
the ensuing fiscal year ending June 30,
1912. I any this In order that congress
may understand that tie sc estimates thus
made present the smallest sum which will
maintain ttie departments, bureaus and
offices of the government anil meet Its
other obligations under existing law. and
that a cut of these estimates would re
mit In embarrassing the executive branch
of the government In the performance of
Its duties. This remark does not apply
to the river and harbor estimates, except
to those for expenses of maintenance and
the meeting of obligations under author
Ize.l contracts, nor does It apply to the
public building hill nor to the navy build-
ing program. Of course as to these eon
gn ss could withhold any part or all of
the estimates for them without Interfer- '
Ing with the discharge of the ordinary ob
ligations of these functions of Its depart
ments, bureaus and offices.
"Against the estimates of expenditures
MMM,013.12, we have estimated receipts
for next year $GMl.ono,000, making a proba
ble surplus of ordinary receipts over or
dinary expenditures of about $50,000,000, or
taMng Into account the estimates for the.
Panama canal, which are BB,M0,M?.BX and
which will ultimately he paid In tionds.
It Will leave a detlclt for the next vi'iir of
about $7,000,000, If eongresa shall conclude
to fortify the canal "
Wants Forest Limitation Removed.
On the subject of conservation he de
votes considerable space to forest, coal,
oil and gas, phosphate lands and water
power sites. Aa to the reservation of
finest lands he savs: "The law now pro
hibits the reservation of any more forest
binds In Oregon Washington, Idaho,
Montana, Colorado and Wyoming, except
bv ict of congress. I am Informed by the
depnrtment of agriculture that the gov- j
ernment owns other tracts of timber land
In these states which should he Included
In the forest reserves. I recommend to
congress that the limitation herein Im- I
posed tie repealed.
"Congress ought to trust the executive '
to use the power of reservation only with
respect to land most valuable for foreat
purposes. Ourlng the present administra
tion fiO."r0.000 acres of land largely non
timbered have been excluded from forest
reserves, and 3.S0O.00O acres of land prin
cipally valuable for forest purposes have
been Included In forest reserves, making
a reduction In forest reserves of non
tlmtiered land amounting to 2,750.000
Wants Canal Fortified.
Regarding the Panama canal, the presi
dent aaaerts that unless unexpected ob
ataclea arise the waterway will be com
pleted well within t'me limit of .ianu
arv I. 115. and within estimate of coat.
$37.r. 000.000. Suggestions for levying of
tolls and management are made, and re
gifllng fortification of the canal, he
"Among questions nrlslnir for present
aohitlon Is the decision whether the canal
ihall be fortified. I have already stated
In the congress that I strongly favor for
tification and I now reiterate this opin
ion and ask your consideration of the
subject In the light of the report already
before you made bv a competent hoard.
"Failure to fortify the canal would
leave the attainment of both these alms
In the position of rights and obllgatlona
which we Should be powerless to enforce
Sad which could never In any way he ab
solutely safeguarded against a desperate
and Irresponsible etiemv "
The president urges such action aa he
believes will Inereaae American trade
abroad, and says::
"Aii'ittfer Instrumentality Indispensable
to thr uahaaapsrad and natural develop
ment of American commerce ,s merchant
marine All maritime and commercial na
tions recognize tl,,- Importance of tlds
fa- tor The greatest commercial nations,
our eempattton, IsalOUSly foster their
merchant murine. perhaps nowhere la
the nod for rapid und direct mall, paa
aenger and fn-lght communication quite
o urgent aa between the United States
and I ..i tin America. We can aerure In no
other quarter of the world such Imme
diate lii in tits In friendship and com
merce aa would flow from the eatabllah
ment of direct llnea of communication
with the countries of I .a tin America ade
quate to tneet the requirements of a rap
Idly Increasing appreciation of the reci
procal dependence of the countrlea of the
wuatern hemlaphere upon each other'a
producta, sympathies and assistance.
"I alluded to this most Important aub
Ject In my laat annual message. It has
often been before you and I need not re
capitulate the reaaona for Ita recommen
dation. I'n less prompt action be taken
the completion of the Panama canal will
find thla the only great commercial na-
tlon unable to avail in International mirl-
tlme business of this great contribution to
tin- means of the world's commercial In
tercourae." Criticism of the Tariff.
In the spice devoted to the tariff the
"The schedules of the rates of duty In
the Payne tariff act have hi i n subjected
to a great deal of criticism, some of It
Just, more of It unfounded, and too much
misrepresentation. The net way adopted
In pursuance of a declaration by the par
ty Which Is responsible for It that run.
turns Mil should . ,1 tariff for the pro
tection of home Industries, the measure
of the protection to lie the difference be
tween the cost of producing til" Imported
article abroad and the cost of producing
It at home, together with such addition to
that difference as might give a reasonable
profit to the home producer. The basis
for the criticism of this tariff ll that In
respect to a number of the Schedules thn
declared measure was not followed, hut n
higher difference retained or Inserted by
way of undue discrimination In favor of
certain Industries and manufactures, Lit
tle, If any. of the criticism of the tariff
has been directed atjalnst the ptot-ctlve
principle above stated hut the main body
of the criticism has bi sn based on the at
tempt to conform to the measure of pro
tection was not honestly and sincerely
The president nlso refers to the aptvilnt
tnent of a board of experts to Investigate
the cost of production of various articles
Included In tile subclinics of the tariff,
"Whether or not the protective policy la
to tie continued, and the degt of protec
tion to be accorded to our home Indus
tries, are questions which the people must
decide through their chosen rent-, s-nta-
tlves. Bui whatever policy Is adopt-d. It
Is clear that the necessary legislation
should he baaed on an Impartial, thor
ough and continuous studv of the facta."
Recommends Parcels Post.
The adoption of the pan Is post la
again adopted. On this subject President
Taft says: "With respect to the parcela
post. I respect fultv recommend Its adop.
tlon on all rural delivery routes, and that
11 pounds the International limit be
made the limit, of carriage In such post.
The same nrgument Is mnde against the
parcels post thnt was made against the
postal savings bank that It Is Introduc
ing the government Into a business which
should be conducted by private persons
and Is paternalism. The pos'ofTlce depart
ment has a great plant and a great or
ganization, reaching Into the most remot
hamlet of the t'nlted States, and with
this machinery It Is able to do a great
many things economically that If a new
organisation were neceeeary it would bo
Impossible to do without extravagant ex
penditures." Department of Justice.
DtSCUSStng the affairs of the department
of luetics, the president says:
"I Invite especial attention to the prose
cutions under the federal law of the so
called 'bucket shops,' and of those
schemes to defraud In which the use of
the mall Is an essential part of the
fraudulent conspiracy, proaecutlons which
have saved Ignorant and weak members
of the public and are aavlng them hun
dreds of millions of dollars. The viola
tions of the anti-trust law present per
haps the most Important litigation before
the department, and the number of cases
lied shows the activity of the govern
ment In enforcing thnt statute.
"In a special message last year I
brought to the attention of congress the
propriety nnd wisdom of enacting a gen
eral law providing for the Incorporation
of Industrial and other companies engaged
In Interstate commerce, nnd I renew my
recommendation In that behalf."
The crying need In the t'nlted States
of cheapening the cost of litigation by
simplifying Judicial procedure nnd ex
pvdlting final Judgment Is pointed out nnd
action looking to correction of theae evils
The president recommends an Increase
In the salaries of federal fudges.
In regard to postal matters the presi
dent points with pride to Ita present effi
cient management and the recent reduc
tion In the deficit. The present unre
Btrlcted franking privilege cornea In for
comment with a suggestion for the adop
tion of better methods for Its regulation.
Abolish Navy Yards.
The president calls attention to certain
reforms urged by the secretary of tho
navy which he recommends for adoption,
"The secretary of the navy has given
personal examination to every navy yard,
and hu.s studied the uses of the navy
yards with reference to the necessities
of our fleet. With a fleet consider. ibly
less than half the size of that of tho
l'.ritlsh navy, we have shipyards more
than double the number, nnd there are
aeveral of these shipyards expensively
equipped with modern mchlnery, which,
after Inveatlgatlon the aecretary of the
navy believes to be entirely useless for
naval purposes. lie asks authority to
abandon certain of them and to move
their machinery to other places, where It
can be made of use."
Speaking of our foreign relatlnna the
president says: "During the past year
the foreign relatloua of the United States
have continued upon a basis of friendship
and good understanding.
"The year has been notable aa wltnesa
Ing the pacific settlement of two Impor
tant international rontroveralea before tha
permanent court of The Hague.
"The arbitration of the fisheries dispute
between the Pnlted States and Oreat
Ilrltaln, which haa been the aource of
nearly continuous diplomatic correspond
ence since the fisheries convention of 1818,
baa given an award which Is satisfactory
to both parties. Thla arbitration Is par
ticularly noteworthy not only because of
the eminently Just results secured, but
also because It Is the first arbitration held
under the general arbitration treaty of
April 4, 190S, between the Pnlted States
and Ok at Ilrltaln. and disposes of a con
I troversy the settlement of which haa re-
elated every other resource of diplomacy
I and which for nearly ninety years haa
been the cause of friction between tWO
j countries whose common Interest lies In
i maintaining the most friendly and cordial
' relations with each other.
President Taft makes a few recommen
datlona for chaugea In the Interstate com
merce law and aaya:
"Kxcept aa above, I do not recommend
i any amendment to the Interstate com
j merce law aa It atanda. I do nut now
I recommend any amendment to the antl
! truat law. In other worda. It seema to
me that the existing legislation with
reference to the regulation of corpora
tion and the restraint of their buslneaa
has reuched a point where we can stop
for a while and witness the effect of the
vigorous execution of the laws of the
statute books In restraining the abuses
which certainly did exist and whl.ih
rouaed the public to demand reform "
NOT PAGE FROM A ROMANCE
Conversation, However, Reads a
Whole Lot More Like a Scene
in Real Life.
"And fo your father refuses to con
sent to our union?'
"He does, Hodolphus."
The sad youth swallowed a sob.
"Is there nothing left for us, then,
but an elopement?'' said he.
"Do you think, Clementine, thnt you
could abandon this luxurious home,
forget all the enjoyments of great
wealth, banish youruelf forever from
your devoted parents' hearts, and go
west with a poor young man to enter
a home of lifelong poverty and self
denial?" "I could, Rodolphus."
The sad youth rose wearily and
reached for his hat.
"Then," said he, "you are far from
being the practical girl I have all
along taken you to be."
And with one last look around on
Ihe sumptuoiisness that some day he
had hopex) to share, he sobbed and
said farewell. Browning's Magazine.
Putting in the Time.
A gentleman w:is engaging' a gen
oral man nnd telling him what he
wanted him to do. "You will have to
clean the windows and the boots and
tho knives and go messages, chop
wood, cut short grass, mind the horse
and pony, look after the garden nnd
keep the house supplied with vege
tables and do any odd Job that is re
quired and if suitable, you will get
ten shillings a week."
"Is there any clay in the garden?"
asked the man.
"What makes you ask that?" asked
"I was thinking I could make bricks
In my spare time," said the man.
Old Petes Little Joke.
Foolish questions and funny answers
were under discussion In the Trenton
aventM and Dauphin street police sta
tion the other day, and after listening
for a while to some amusing instances,
Sergeant McCay told the following:
"Old Pete Flood was the attendant
In the Franklin cemetery some years
ago, and It became the custom to ask
him how business was, Just to hear
his reply. It came In a heavy bass
" 'Ain't buried a living soul today.'
"George," said her husband's wife,
'I don't believe you have smoked one
of thoso cigars I gave you on your
"That's right, my dear,'' replied his
wife's husband. "I'm going to keep
hem until our Willie wants to learn
lo ymoke "
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cures chicken cholera, and dog distemper.
Any good druggist can supply you, or send
to mfrs. 50 cents and $1.00 a bottle. Agents
wanted. Free book. Spohn Medical Co.,
Spec. Contagious Diseases. Goshen, Ind.
A man ought to know a great deal
to acquire a knowledge of the Im
mensity of his ignorance. Lord Pal
merston. Thousands of country people know that
in time of sudden mishap or accident
Hnmlms Wizard Oil is the best substi
tute for the family doctor. That i why
it is so often found upon the shelf.
Anyway Eve never had occasion to
marry Adam by asking two or three
times a day If she was the only
woman he ever loved.
Shrinking from suffering .may be
fleeing from strength.
A dead liver means awful sick
nessdon't let it come when
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An Optimist's Mishap.
"I try to be optimistic, no matter
"I suppose you would be optimistlo
if you lost your Job."
"Yes, I should try to keep rernem
berlng that there were other Jobs to
"And you would no doubt keep
right on being optimistic If you were
to lose your wife?"
"Why not? I care a great de'j! for
my wife; but if she were taken from
me I should continue to be hopeful. It
Is always possible for a man who has
lost his wife to find anoth confound
the luck! Dam it all Dash! Dash!
Dash! That's always the way.
When a follow has to depend on his
last match a gust of wind is sure to
come along and blow it out."
She Went to Bed.
Vere (8 years old) "What does
transatlantic mean, mother?"
Mother "Across the Atlantic, of
course, but you musn't bother me."
Vera "Does 'trans' always mean
Mother "I suppose it does. Now, If
you dont stop bothering me with your
questions I shall send you right to
Vera (after a few minutes' silence) H
"Then does transparent mean a
cross parent?" f a
His Reason. -j
Lady Are you glad school begins in
Just a few more days?
Lady You want to get back to
work again, don't you?
Lady Then why are you glad?
Boy 'Cause they moved me to an
odder district an' I want to see if I
can't lick de new kids.
The Ancient Egyptian.
For a long time the visitor to the
great museum stood gazing at tho
Kgyptlan mummy swathed in band
ages. "Tell me one thing,' he ventured.
"What Is it, sir?" asked the guide.
"Wlas it automobile or aeroplane
accident?" Chicago News.
What He Calls Himself.
Willie Father, a man Is always a
bachelor before he gets married, isn't
Father Yes, my son.
Willie And what does he call him
Father I wouldn't like to tell you,
my son. Brooklyn Life.
"Has the Outlook come this week?"
"1 haven't heard it yet." Life.
Food for Thought.
Wlfe "My dear, the hens have
scratched up all that egg plant seed
Professor "Ah! Jealousy!"
(And he wrote a 20-page article on
the "Development of Knvy In the
Minds of the iower Grade of Bipeds.")
A Matter of Conscience.
Bessie I wonder why several of the
men at the wedding the other night
didn't congratulate the bridegroom?
James I suppose it was because
they were all married themselves.
, . -W
Hadn't Come His Way.
"It is reported that there are more
bank notes in circulation now than
ever before in the history of the coun
try." "Have you found out where they are
Han No Imagination.
Mistress "What kind of a time did
Maid (rapturously) "A drame of a
Mistress (surprised) "A dream! I
thought it was a wake." Baltimore