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BACKACHE A SIGNAL
rain In the twcVIs
thn kidney's algnal
of dlitreai. If thla
dnngrr o( tlrupay,
gravel, nrlfl poWon
fog, or UrlgM'a dla-
When you liRTti
rraaon tu anaprrt
your Vlclimy. u-r
a apeclnt kidney
IMIla rellrra weak,
retftilate tbi urln.
Oixxl proof In the
I'oyner. Thomoion At.,
Ilia, ill !) "I waa laid up Willi
icr trouble Tha pun in my uaric win
ao bail Uil I oouldh'l mor. Tlif Ktdnrx
ntcrctloiia w(r In n trrlht condition.
An acqualntanoa oill'il m to try
Dnan'a Klilnty IM.Ii and 1 dirt ao. Thfy
mad m wll and during thn pl four
year I hare hail no furtlitr trouble "
Cat Doaji't at Any Drua Stnra, BOc a Dot
FOSTER-M1LDURN CO.. Buffalo. N.w Yo,U
1111 1 I J
Feet Must Be Studied by Officers in the Army
The dyspeptic, the deMUtsted, whether frm
aiceiaof work of mind or body, drink or
pour In mi
-wUlfitdTutt'alflle the moat genial reitora
tle ftrotlrJ the suffering Invalid,
fREE TO ALL SUFFERERS
If yon feeP'ont of aorta" Mrnn downMnrgot tba
jtminlo i?aaniwt, ulcara,alniruptlon,pllii,Ao.,
rll for my niKKtxxik. It lath mow Inairurure
nodical book ever written, It telu all about them
llseaaea and tlx retnrkanteenre effeoledbjtheNew
tfraoeb Hemedy "T1IKKA HION" No. I, So.i No.l
itod yon can decide for yiurelf If till tha remedy for
WASHINGTON. Army offlcom must
bocomo foot doctors and under-
ftnnd nil tho llttlo twtBtB and turns In
chiropody It they obey an order Just
Issued by tho war department.
Boon tho fastidious young West
Pointer will bo seen on his kneos be
fore the raw recruit explaining how
best to harvest tho corn or bunion
with a razor. Ho will Inspect tho ro-
orult's socks and havo hltn wash his
feet and put on clean ones.
All of which would make It appear
hat tho next course In study to be
listed at thu national academy may bo
chiropody. In addition to tho titles,
llko "U. 3. A," which tho graduate
plaoos after his naino, them will then
bo one "F. E." (foot oxport), or "Ch.
D." (doctor of chiropody).
For many yeare tho army has em
ployed export blacksmiths to care
for tho horses' hoofs. Now tho hoofs
rour ailment. IKin'l rood a rent. II abaolnielr
p circular. iir.lffiMrrrjiru.
til., Ilampateari, Ui, aa.
I Dart Oonjh Syrup. TutNOmd. Vm
In Una. Sou by DtmiU.
THOUGHT HE KNEW THE SIGNS
Aged Darky Could See Nothing to
His Passenger Except a Man
Bob Hull, tho champion story tel
r of Savannah, had occasion lately
'o take a bushiest trip Into interior
iforgla Ho took IiIh golf clubs with
him, Intmidlns to Btop on his way for
;i match on tho famous ltnkB at
Ho dropped off thu train at his
'business destination a small town on
a branch road and carrying his lug
KHgti climbed Into an ancient hack
tnd Imdi) tho drlvor, who wns nn old
negro nmn, tako him to tho local ho
VI. Tho negro eyed thy iiuoor-looklng
yellow leather bag that his pussongnr
currlod with the peculiar looking
HtlckH In It. His curiosity got the
ln;st of him Anally.
"Bosh," ho began, "please, sub.
douse ino but mout t a.x you a uuca-tlonT"
'(o uhead and ask," said Mr. (lull.
' Whut kind of a lodge l you lustl
ti't'.'.'?" Saturday Evening I'ost.
Wanted a Bite.
Oh, yea; It was mining hud been
all day. Out tboy didn't mind that so
much: you seo. they wore fishermen,
All tho sumo, thoy wore trudging
Home, with weary stop and very
Their basketH wero empty, and, to
hti candid, they wero In n very bad
As they entered the llttlo vlllagM u
lurgo dog rnn nt ono of tho party The
dog had a forocloim look, nnd was
harking furiously. Uut the ilsuorman
did not tako much alarm at tho anl
mal, He Just kicked It awny care'
"Aren't you afraid he'll go for you?
.inquired another of the party, some
Tho ono who had kicked at the dog
iooked at his companion In a sorrow
"I only wish ho would!" ho replied
"I'd chnnco almost anything to be able
to go home niul say I'd had a bite!
"What 1b Miss Ilamuiorah trying to
nlay on tho piano?"
"'In tho .Shadow.'"
"I thought sho seemed to be hav
1ns some dltllculty In finding tho right
Wait till 1 hobble my horHo."
"Well, plcaso don't do It on
skirl of tho lawn."
HARD TO SEE.
Sven When the Facta About Coffee)
of the lnrantry will receive like atten
tion. "Company commanders will person
ally Inspect tho bare feet of tholr
men before a march Is undertaken,"
reads tho order. "While on tho march
thoy will personally boo each day that
their men wash their feet as soon as
possible after reaching camp, prick
and evacuate blisters, dust tho foot
with foot powdor mippltod by tho
medical department, nnd put on clean
By way of emphasizing tho neces
TO SICK WOMEN
Thousands Have Been Helped
By Common Sense
Women sufrcrintr from any form of fo
malo Ills aro invited to communicate
promptly with the woman's private corre
spondence department of tho Lydla E.
I'inkham Medici no Co., Lynn, Mass.
Your letter will bo opened, read and
answered by a woman and held in strict
confidence. A woman can freely talk of
! Iter private illness to n woman; thus has
, been established n confidential corre
1 Bpondcnco which hna extended over
1 many years nnd which lias never been
, broken. Never havo they published n
testimonial or used'n letter without the
' written consent of tho writer, and novcr
has the Company allowed these confldcn
slty for oboylng this order, another ( tial letters to Ret out of their possession,
clauso sayHi "Hereafter an unduo as tho hundreds of thousands ofthem in
amount of foot Injury nnd disability I their files will attest,
from shoes will bo regarded us ovl- i Out of tho vost volume of experience
dence of Inefficiency on tho part ot J which they havo to (
tho officers concerned as causo for
Then thoro Is thus further Instruc
tion: "Company commanders will causo
tho proper trimming of nails, removal
or paring of corns and callouses, re
lief of painful bunions, treatment of
Ingrowing nails, and other defects,
sending sciiotiB cases to tho surgeon."
Thoro Is ono phase of tho order thai
will bo appreciated by tho bachelor
Infantrymen. It Is that "darned box
or socks with holos, will not be worn
Rat Psychologists Trying to "Kid" Uncle Sam
ASSISTANT Surgeon deneral Wil
liam Colby nucker of tho pub
lic health service announced Aug. 21
that ho was searching for n now kind
of rat trap, to be adopted as the of
ficial trap of tho sorvlco In Its war
against tho bubonic plnguc. Ho has
now in his ofllco 75 models for rnt
traps of many designs, together with
about fifty drawings and wrltton sug
gestions for traps, which ho will ox
hlblt boforo the International con
gress ot hygleno nnd demography.
'Rnt psychology has evidently been
the subject of doep study on tho part
of Inventors nnd would-be Invontors
who arc trying to market their Ideas
In my office," said Dr. Hucker. "nnd
the Interesting thing Is tho wide di
vergence of tho conclusions that havo
boon reached. An Iowa student sent
mo tho following suggestion:
" 'Tako an Iron pot and placo a rock
In tho tnlddlo. Fill tho pot with water
oven with tho top ot the rock, ho as to
make tho rock look like an Island.
Flont a ploco of cheeso on the water.
Tho rnt will Jump for tho cheese and
aftor falling In tho water will climb on
tho Island and scream for help. Tho
entire rat family will rush to his aid,
dlvo overboard to his rescue and then
kill each other lighting for a foothold
on thu rock.
"Another trap of simple typo sug
gested was tho bran barrel trap. I
was told to cover the surface of a pall
of wator with bran; to tlx a plank
platform to lead to the edge of tho
wator and to cover this with bran. It
cood out i
was predicted that the rat would eat
his way to tho water's edgo and thon,
beholding what ho thought to bo a son
of bran, would dlvo Into It, thus- end
ing tho romance ot his life.
"Many suggestions for electrocution
outtlts havo been sent in, but all of
theso aro ot such complicated doslgn
and would cost so muclVto manufac-
turn that thoy hnvo no value for our
"Ono of tho box traps Is lined with
mirrors. Tho rnt Is supposed to bo at
tracted within by his reflection and
to wander around twirling his mus
tachns until by accident ho encounters
a spring which releases tho door, thus
penning himself in.
"Tho 'sneoto' trap Is Blmplost In
construction and lenst exponslvo of
all tho models which havo been sub
mitted. It consists of a pasteboard
tuba two Inches In dlamoter, lined
with cotton batting. A powdor of cay
enne popper and snuff Is sprinkled on
tho cotton and tho tube placed over a
rat hole. Tho Inventor said tho rat
would sncozo himself to death when
ho poked his head out ot his hole."
draw from, it u more
than possible that they possess the very
knowledge needed in your case. Noth
inp; is asked in return except your good
will, and their ndvico haa holped thou
sands. Surely any
woman, rich or poor,
should be glad to
tnke ndvantago of
this generous ofTer
of assistance. Ad
dress Lydla E. Pink
hnm Medicino Co.,
Every womnn ought to have
Lydla 13. Pinkhftin's 80-pago
Text F ok. It Is not a book for
general distribution, nn it Ih too
expensive. It Ih free and only'
obtainable by mall. "Writo for
ARRESTING FLIGHT OF TIME
German Scientists Advise the Eating
of Egg Shells by Those Who Ap
proach Old Age.
Two Germans, deep thinkers Pro
fessors Hmmerlch and Loowo Btato
that pggs sholls eaten IncronRo the
power of resistance against "the with
ering blight of time," add weight to
tho body, activity to tho brain nnd
strength to tho heart; that thoy do
stroy Injurious bacilli, provent Inflam
mation nnd dlscnso nnd lond courage
and energy. This reminds mo, Phil
ip Halo wrltcB In tho Boston Herald,
of tho preparation advertised In Lon
don thirty or moro years ago nfl re
moving superfluous hair, being an ex
cellent BUbstltuto for tnblo butter,
nono genuine unless stnmped on tho
blade. KuBtaco Miles, tho English
court tonnls player nnd vegetarian,
says ho hnd nn old nurse who used
to ent egg shells nnd crunch them Joy
fully botweon tho teeth that happened
to meet, nnd ahn Bald alio nte tho
shells because they "shaved the hair
off Inside of the throat." Tho discov
ery of tho (Jcrmnn scientist Is peculi
arly welcome to dwellers by the
ocean, for It la n well known fact thut
If you do not break egg shollB tho
witches will put out to sea In them to
wreck vessels, and If you burn the
shells tho noun will cciipo to lay.
Furthermore, aa eggs are now absurd
ly high ovon enso eggs In tho neigh
borhood It seems a pity to waste any
part of them.
iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiB a vm i a mHaV
"Halloa!" Jplllson cried, as he en
countered his ncqualntanco, Barwood,
In tho street, "Thought you wero get
ting married today. Postponed!"
"Altogether," said Barwood, firmly.
"Not oven engaged now, then?" pur
"No. Tho lady I was to havo mar
ried was too modern too up-to-date
"Up-to-date!" The excuse astonish
ed Jelllson. "How on earth "
"Wrote her last Mondny, saying I
pi Ape was coming to seo her on Wednesday.
i w u auu, iiiniudi. U i i ... . r ' o
for Bomo time, I never formally pro
posed, and bIio seemed to want It. So
I wont on Wednesday Just to satisfy
her whim, aB I thought. Got there
nnri fnmirl nlm tiArt Knlri thn rlshtft nf
A Frenchman with a name spelled i,ntnl,r,.rililn mn at tho moment of
n in raris nnn pronomiceu nonieimiiK proposing to n cinematograph com
uko ua-cuoo una never lettrneu iu
EVIDENTLY OUT OF
Indignant Frenchman Had Some
Fault to Find With Postmaster,
and Said So.
rend or write, but ho managed to dis
guise the fact protty well until he
moved to a now community where the
niuno was not common. Going to the
postolllce ono morning ho Inquired:
'Got any mnll for Joe Cn-choo.
"Thnt settled It!"-
"Whnt's tho narte?" Inquired tho his sport.
Nothing More to Live For.
Without question, the Scots curler
ot whom Lord Lyveden tells In Kry's
Magazine, placed the proper value on
All Complimentary Verbiage Is Ordered Cut Out
&Y H72iJHEY WILL
KFOftM In the army correspon
dence la the latest development la
Major Genoral Leonard Wood's plan
for Increasing the ofllclency ot the
lighting forco. Under ordors from
"tho top" tho complimentary verbiage
tindor which nil communications be
tween officers of the army and be
tween those officers and tho war de
partment havo been carried on havo
been ordered cut out.
Such array formB as "Colonel Smith
prosents his compllraontB to Llouton
ant Jones," as the precursor of a ilm
plo request; tho subscription, "I have
tho honor to be, yours with groat re
spect;" repetitions of titles at the be
ginning nnd end of communications of
a most trivial UBturo, will hereafter
Tho army correspondence forms
date back to tho days ot the Colonial
forces of King George III. Letters bo
tween army men, when official In tholr
nature, use lino after lino of compii
mentary phraseology to put forward a
ten-word request. General wood Hiarv
"Ca-choo. Joe Ca-choo."
"How do you spell It?"
"Can't you spell Joe Cn-choo?"
"No," said tho clerk, "I nover heard
During n recent curling-match In
Switzerland, tho skip of one of tho
teams, who happened to bo n Scots
man, w.ib so delighted with tho accu
rate shot of ono of his tentn, that he
was heard to address him In tho fol-
Then tho disgust, of tho Frenchman, lowing manner: "Llo down nnd dee,
whloh had been constantly rising, mon; llo down nnd dee. Ye'll novcr
boiled over and ho miorted: lay a finer Btnna nor that If ye live to
"Well, If you can't spell, why don't be it hundred."
vou Boll your old postolllce to some
one that can?" Point for Sherlock Holmes
Somebody wondered how long a cer-
BABY IN MISERY WITH RASH 11,111 woman who hud Just left the
room nan oeeu marrica.
cd tho pruning movement and when
ho got through with It nothing was
left but tho superscription "Sir" nnd
tho signature of tho writer outside the
messngo to bo conveyed.
Along with tho excoBB vorblago tho
nrmy has also dlscardod tho olaborats
systom of recording tho business of
tho various branches ot the servlco by
menus of , lengthy letters detailing
what might pass In tho ordinary
course of the day's work as business
conversations. Major Brown would
write a throo-pago letter to Llouteunnt
ColonM Black, who sat opposlto him In
a division of the war department.
Black would bo sitting bo cIoko to
Brown that tho dictation of tho letter
would disturb tho peace and qulot of
tho lattcr's day's work, but tho letter
was part ot the method of keeping tho
record straight. Undor tha new sys
tom the conversation of Brown and
Black will bo noted nnd tho result re
corded, thereby paving much tlmo and
n good-sized amount of government
stationery and clerk hire.
Tho shorter method ts making n big
hit with tho younger element in the
"Ono does not have to bo any moro
respectful to tho chief of staff than ho
does to his 'strlkor' now," Bald a sec
ond lieutenant, fresh from Phlllpplno
duty, who recently was pitchforked
Into tho departmont by reason of the
newly applied operation of tho detach
ed army rulo.
Monroo, Win. "When my baby was
bIx wceko old thero camo a rash on
his fnco which llnnlly spread until It
got nearly nil over his body. It form
ed a crust on his head, hair fell out
and tho Itch wag terrible. When h
would scratch the crust, tho water
would oozo out In big drops. On face
and body It was in a dry form and
would Bcnle off. Jio was In great mis
ery nnd at nights I would He awake
holding hlB hands so that bo could not
scrafch and disfigure himself. I tried
"About 15 years," snld tho Jeweler,
"How do you know?" asked the Jow-
olor'B wife. "You never saw her until
"I enn tell by tho bIzo of her wed
ding ring," ho replied. "The width of
wedding rings changes about every
llvo years. Tho kind aho wears was
In atylo 1C years ago."
As they emerged from the subway
tatlon they were confronted by a
. .. . .lplflnt Rkvsrrnnnr rlRlncr into the hluo
simple remedies ni nrsi, men got " , 7, . ... , , .
mo,llln w It ,llrt r,r, -nrxt r vtiiai Duuuing is tunii mie UBKOU
"Finally a friend suggested Cutlcura "L " m .
nemedles, so I sent for a sample to "'Bl . . 7 , . ' . .ZiL
.!, .. m a . mv She looked at htm In surprise, thla
:r' , : ":rz: hter ot York bemg ma daily
could see nn Improvement, nnd he
"I Got This Fine Pipe With Liggett
& Myers Duke s Mixture
AH kinds of men smoke Duke's Mixture in nil kinds
of pipes ns well as in clK-ircttcs and they all tell the Mine
story. They like the genuine, natural tolxacco taste of
Cliolco bright leaf aged to mellow mildness, carefully stemmed
ami then gmnulated erery groin pure, high-grade tobneco
t lint's n hat you get in tho Lifxett & Myers Duke's Mixture sack.
You get ono and a hair ounces of this pure, mild, delightful
tobacco, unsurpassed In quality, for Ac and with each mck you
get a book of papers .
Now About tho Free Pip
XneiQTyincV.otlAggeU&jIfyers Dukn'j Mixture we now pck
coupon, Vou enn exchange thcao coupons for aplpoorfor many
other valnablo nnd useful articles. Thcso presents cost not ono
penny. There Is something for every member of tile family
Votes, catcher's gloves, tennis rackets, camera, toilet articles,
suitcases, canes, umbrellas, and doicns of other things. Just send
us your naroo and address on a postal
and as m tpteial offer daring Sep
tember arid October only we will
tend yon oar new Ulattrated eala
togu of pntmnt FREE of any
charge. Open up a sack of Liggttt
$ Mytrt Duke's Mixture today.
Content from Duii'i ffrttrf mar f"
aunrlid n ilh fart from HORSE SHOE.
J.T.. nNSLEVS NATURAL LEAF.
GRANGER TWIST, and Couhmi from
FOUR ROSES (Idctin doutU couton),
PICK PLUG CUT. PIEDMONT CIGA
RETTES, C1JX CIGARETTES, and
otAtr last or auem unins ty uu
P"- I : nurrjsm.H.C.
would rest better. I bought a box of
Cutlcura Ointment and a cake ot Cut!-
cura Soap and beforo I had them half
used my baby was cured. Ills head la
now covered with a luxuriant growth
ot hair nnd his completion Is ad
mired by everybody and has no dis
figurements." (Signed) Mrs. Annie
Saunders, Sopt. 29, 1911.
Cutlcura Soap nnd Ointment sold
throughout tho world. Sample of each
free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Addrexs
post-card "Cutlcura, Dept. U Boston."
locale. "No," ho Insisted wearily. "I
don't know. It wasn't thero yester
day." Now York Press.
Chlmmlo Hey, Maggie, hold dla
bog o' peanuts fer mo fer a minute
hero comes n poor relation o' mlno!
important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTOUIA, a safe and sure remedy for
Infants and children, and see that It
Hears tho . "
Signature of (Ja&2&JU
Tho.mhtfnl wif m ubo tor uvcr ju lears.
"Think I'll go to the ball game to- Childron Cry for Flotcher'a Ctistoria
3.00 3.50 M.00 S4.50 AND 5.00
FOR MEN AND WOMEN
Hoym wmp W. L. Oouglam 93.00, 0U.6O 0a.OO School
Shorn, braauu onm pmtr will poaltlvmly outwmmr two
palrm mf ordinary ahooa, ammo aa tho man' a mhoom,
W.LDougla makes and sells more $3.00,13.50 & $4.00 shoes
than any other manufacturer in the world.
THE STANDARD OF QUALITY FOR OVER 30 YEARS.
The workmanship which has made W. L. Douglas shoes famous the world
over is maintained in every pair.
Ask your dealer to show you W. L. Douglas latest fashions for fall end winter
wear, notice the thort vamps which make the foot look smaller, point In a
hoe particularly desired by young men. Also the conservative stylet which
have nude W. L. Douglas shoes a household word everywhere.
If you could visit W. L- Douglas large factories at Brocklon, Mass and see
for yourself how carefully W. L Douglas shoes are made, yon would then nn
derstand why they are warranted to fit better, look better, hold their shape and
wear longer than any other make for the price. Fait Colrtltti.
CAUTION. To protact you asmlnat Inferior ihoca. W.L. Dotatlaa atajnpa Ua aaaaa on tha bot
tom. Look for tha atamp. Bawara of lubatltutaa. W. L. Ooailaa aboa m aold In 75 e
aloraaaadahoacUalara erarywhvr. Nomaltar whara you IW e, tkr ar avitkta yoavraaaa.
If your daalercannot aupplr rau, writs diract la factory foe catalog ahowiae How to ardor
bj nail. SboaaaaataTarrwharo.daliTarrcharsaaprapald. W.l..r)oiUa,Broclirm.Maa.
Koae Pastor Phelps Stokes, In an
address on behalf of a Now York coun
tryweok charity, told a quaint story.
"A llttlo Blum girl," sho said, "stood
for the first time in her life in n barn
yard, with Its ricks, ItH lazy cowr, ets
yard, with Its rlckc, Its lazy cows, Its
plowB nnd harrows, and what-not.
The slum girl drank It all In de
lightedly, then gasped half to herself:
" 'An' Jos look nt tho chickens
all ruiinin' around raw!" Washington
"All right. Is there a tolephono at
tho grounds. "
"Thoro'a one there. Why?"
"If tho homo team loses, 1 want you
to telephone mo, fo that 1 can tako
the children nnd ro over to mother's
until you get your temper back."
Nlmrod (Just back from fishing)
-I got thla string In lean thun nn
Nlmrod'a Wise Wife There's a fish
store nearer than that, John,
It la curious how people will refuse
"to bellevo what ono can clearly boo.
Tell tho average man or woman that
'lie Blow but cumulative poisonous
offect of caffeine tho alknlold In tea
nnd coffee tends to weaken tho heart,
upset tho nervous syHtom nnd causo
Indigestion, nnd they may laugh at
7oii If thoy don't know thn facts.
Provo It by eclonco or by practical
-demonstration In tho recovery of cof
fee drlnkera from tho nbovo condi
tions, and n largo per cent ot tho liu
llv will Hhmcr tholr Hhouldcra.
tako Homo drugs and keep on driuk- j
Ing coffeo or tea,
"Coffee nevor ngreod with wo nor
with several mombern ot our houso
liold," writes a lady. "It enervates,
tlepresscB and creates a feeling of
languor nnd heavlnesn It was only
by leaving off corTco nnd using Postum
that we discovered tho causo and way
OUt Ot tllCBO Ills.
"Tho only reason. I am euro, why
i?Mum la not used altogether to the
tixcluulon ot ordinary coffeo Is, many
persona do uot know and do not aecra
willing to loam tho facta and, how to
jireparo thla nutritious bevcrago.
"jiiero'H only ono way according to
iilrectlonH-boll it fully 15 minutes,
l Then It la delicious." Nnmo given by
-Ar . uwiuim JJUIV --
l.'fr Ihn llllln lmnlr. "Thn Road to till-
jC. rllle," In pkgo. "Tburo'rt a reason,"
Hvrr raa III o Ifltrrf A nrw
&Z.'-Mrw., --mat-, trm. and lull of ItuaiM
Car Fare Was Wanted by a Georgia Moonshiner
AIINOLD A. BLAYLOCK, twenty
eight years old, said to bo the
Uncst specimen of n gonulno moun
tain moonBhlnor ovur captdrcd In tho
national capital, who was nrrcsted tho
other night aftor ho bad surrendered
hlmsolf nt police headnunrtors and an
nounced ho was a fugitive from tho
"rovnoo off'cers," was released when
tho pollen learned ho Is not n fugitive.
niaylock'a llttlo Bchemo to trick tho
pollco Into paying his railroad fare
back to his farm In tho mountains of
White county, about 20 miles from
rininnavllln. Cla.. was turned lnsldo
,it hv tho tiollco when thoy received
word from Gainesville mm inayiocK
is not wanted thore.
Tho moonshiner was arrosted a few
weoks ago for alleged Illicit distilling,
ht ho furnished 200 bond and Is
freo to co and coino until his caso Is
called for trial In October. It remain
ed for Blaylock to explain why nn
auddonly left his homo and Journeyed
to Washington, and In tho explanation
ho rovcftled a feud In embryo.
Two years ago Blaylock sold COO
acres of land to Henry Oerrard,
Hrltlnh Columbian. Somo weeka ago
Ulaylock'B cows dostroyod Oorrnrd's
corn. Oorrard thought tho destruction
wns "dono apurposo." Thon tho "rov
cow offcerB" camo and ''cut down
A Paradoxical Ballot.
"I should think tho women voting
In tho new Buffrage states would
strike ono obstacle,"
"What Is that?"
"How can tho matrons of a pnrty
c.iBt their maiden voto?"
A CURB FOR PILES.
Colo'a CarbolUalva atODi Itchliur and cala
sndcurnpllrs. AlldruRsitta. ZSandDOc, Adv.
Many a born leader throws up tho
spongo and becomes a follower.
Why He Sorrowed.
"And then Nero had Home sot afire
tu uvory quarter,"
"Alas, how terrible!" murmured llt
tlo Morttz, with in expression, of such
deep anguish that his teacher asked
why It affected him bo much.
"Why," said Morltz, "Just think ot
tho poor insurance companies!"
"What am 1 to do about this man's
nttack on mo? I can't answer him."
"Thon why don't you call him a
. If you cannot rfford 10c clears, araoko
1 LKWIS' Sinslo Hinder t-lraiglit Oc made
of oxtni quality tohacco Adv.
Blaycock'B still." Tho next day Uer-
rard's still was "cut down."
Tho following day, at a camp moot
ing, gossip Bald Blaylock had "re
ported Qerrurd to tho 'rovnoo off
'cers," and Blaylock says ho traced
tho gossip to Henry Oerrard, "I went
homo and totched mah gun, and I
wont over to suo Oerrard, Ho Bald
ho didn't kyar to tarry nnd talk with
mo, and I'd Just up with mah gun
and allowed ho bottah tarry a-blt.
"Wal, Bomo other bodies steppod In
nnd I took 'ox train up thla away."
The Style of It.
"How do they Bcrve meuls from
that lunch wagon?"
"I Biipposo thoy servo them a
For Headache Nervousness
and Backache due to disorders
of Kidneys and Bladder
Milk-crust all over
tiny baby's face
Mothers, If jour little ones are suffering
from tormenting, unsightly skin or scalp
eruptions, how tan you fall to profit by
the experience of this mother, who writes :
"1 do not know what caused the mlUt
crnst on my baby's face, alt over It ex
cept the eyeballs. It started aa a rash, of
an Itching nature; though only three
weeks old It tried to scratch It Then la
about a week or ten days It bsd formed
Into crust that wan vtry sore, whitish, and
cams off la scabs. For about fire weeks t
used different washes, bat It did no good.
From the first application of the Kestnot
Oosn and Ointment, In a few hours, saem
lngly. we could sea tha change. I caa
ifelr sar I cured the bauy witn ittainoi
Koan and ltmrlnol Ointment. Anyone who
will try thrm will sure get reeaiis.uiai
ere laatlng." (Slrned Mrs. Luvenla It.
Iluffln, CautbornTlTle. Vs., May 1. 1JU.
Tonr drnralat sella Realnot Boap (Ke) anl
Ointment (Wol.iir mailed on receipt of price.
Uealnol Chrmloal Co., Baltltnoro, Md. They
are Inralunble household ramedlen foraVlo
iroublaa, bulls, Korea, wounds, burns and
of this paper desiring to buy
anything advertised in its col
umns should insist upon having what they
qpk for.refusins all sub&itutesor imitations
CUKES BURNS AND CUTS.
Cola's CarloHulve atopa the pain ltilanlly.
His Labor Doubled.
Kostrov, n HusBlnn poet, labored for
years translating Homor's "Iliad" Into
his language nnd tho highest offer Ho
reculvod for It wns $35, which dls
couraged him to much that ho throw
tho mnniiBcript Into tho lire. After
wards when ho was famous in bU own
country ho did tho Job alt over again.
"Do you think u wlfo should
through her husband's pockota?"
"Yes It thoro'B anything In 'em."
Itrx. Wlnalow'a Bootlilna. Bjrup for Children
Hf Ihln?, o(trua the turns, rrdnrea Inlliunma
lliui.allarM pain, cures wind colic, S&c a bultle.
A smooth man Ib Unblo to bo slippery.
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His Modest Request.
"You handle largo buhib of uionoy
In this play millions or moro In every
"I bco," Bald Yorlck Hnmm.
"And you must handle It llko you
wero used to It."
"I boc. Could you let mo have a $2
bill to rohoareo with?"
Many a follow fallB to hit tho bull's
oyu tu tho big shoot bocaUBO he has
Wnstod nil IiIb ammunition In practice.
Alli-u'lUlwrlnesalTrcurvkCti route Li Irrra, Itrvilu
iliilrnt IIIrara.MercnrUlUU'iira.M tiltoNiroll.
nTl.l lr. J.T. ALL.H.N, lpt. AHO, bul'aul. Minn.
Texas Legated Land
joniuon. Write IU. Mus. 7 13, l'ltUI.nrfc-.I'u.
I s.M I Nlngtou.U.U llooknlrea. lllah.
I aStlsValllVaffcat reiaruioua. lieu raaulu.
You Can't Gut Out iWMWBl'ltfSI.
will clean Ibpni on p-mian)Dtlr. and you
wurk the hone aainn time. I4a uoi
bllater or raDiorn the hair. Itll per
huHlr.dellTerfMl, llonk 4 15 I rea.
AHHOItlllNi:, ,111., Ilnlmrnt for
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tliriKl Muiclni ur Lliruuiontj. Unlanzwl
Vtltn lnr Olanda, llultrra, Wana, OriU, Allara
Ialnqulcklr. l'rlou tl.uuaiul fUkJabut
tla at dmciltta or dollrerwl. Will loll yua mors
It yoa wrlu. Mannracturett only by
W. N. U., ST. LOUIS, NO. 40-1912.
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