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Want Other Women to Know
How She Was Finally
Restored to Health.
Louisiana, Mo.: "I think & women
naturally dislikes to make her troubles
, known to the public,
but complete restor
ation tohcalth means
eo much to me that
I cannot keep from
telling mine for the
sake of other suffer
"I had been Blck
about twclvo years,
and hod eleven doc
tors. I had drag
jrinir down pains,
pains at monthly periods, bilious spells,
and was getting worse oil tho time. I
would hardly get over ono spoil when I
would bo trick again. No tongue can tell
what I suffered from cramps, and at
timofl I could hardly walk. Tho doctors
nald I might die at ono of thoso times,
but I took Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound and got better right away.
Your valuable medlcino is worth more
than mountains of goW to suffering wo
men." Mrs. Bkktha Muff, 003 N. 4tb
Street, Louisiana, Mo.
Lydla E. Pinkham's Vcgotablo Com
pound, made from natlvo roots and herbs,
contains no narcotic or harmful drugs,
and to-day holds tho record of being tho
moat successful remedy for female Ills wo
know of, and thousands of voluntary
testimonials on file in tho Pinkham
laboratory at Lynn.Mass., scorn to provo
If you want special adtlco yrrltc lo
fcjdla E. riukham Medicine Co. (coulN
dcutlal) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will
To opened, read and answered lijr a
-woman and held lu strict conlldcnce.
Dnt Coeih Sirup. Tutu Qooi. Vt
la time. Bold by Dractiitl. Ml
"Tho papers say carrots will make
"Huh! That's only yellow Journalism."
It was tho tlmo ot tho singing les
son at tho local council school, uml
tho teacher was explaining to tho
young hopefuls that If a "treble," and
"alto," n "tenor" and a "bass" sung
together, their united cffort3 would
constitute a quartet.
There seemed no trovJile about that,
and thot teachor'tlfbught tho class'Va'a
""""""-getting on very nicely.
"Now, Jimmy, leave oft pinching
your brother's leg and listen to mo,"
said she. 'If a bass and a tenor sang
together, what would you call that?"
Jimmy waB tho Bon of tho t local
milkman, and a bright lad withal. His
answer was not long in coming.
"Please, miss," Bald ho, "that would
Jao a 'plntotto.' "
USUALLY THE CASE.
Wlckson I havo boon working night
and day for tile last month.
Dickson Because why?
WickBon In order to got enough
money abend to pay for a week's rest
1n tho country this summer.
A DOCTOR'S TRIALS,
j-lo Sometimes Gets Sick Like Other
Even doing good to pooplo Is hard
work If you havo too much of It to do.
An overworked Ohio doctor tolls hla
"About threo yoars ago aa tho result
of doing two men's work, nttcndlng a
largo practice nnd looking after tho
details ot another business, my health
broko down completely, and I was
little better than a physical wreck.
"I suffered from Indigestion and con
stipation, loss of weight and appetite,
bloating and pain after meals, loos ot
memory and lack of nervo force for
continued mental application.
"1 beenmo Irritable, easily angered
And despondont without causo. Tho
heart's nctlon became Irregular nnd
weak, with frequent attacks of palpi
tation during tho first hour or two
"Somo Grapo-NutB and cut bananas
enma for my lunch ono day and
lilcased mo particularly with tho ro--suit.
I got more satisfaction from It
tkun from anything I had eaten tor
months, and on further investigation
-and use, adopted Grape-Nuts for my
morning and evening meals, served
usually with cream and a eprlnklo ot
.salt or sugar.
"My Improvement was rapid nnd
Termnnent, In weight as woll as lu
physical and mental endurance. In a
wprd, I am tilled with tho Joy of liv
ing again, and continue tho dally uso
of Grape-Nuts for breakfast nnd ofton
for the evening meal.
"Tlio littlo pamphlet, 'Tho Boad to
Wcllvllle,' found In pkgg., Is Invarl-
rak-ly saved and handed to somo pcedy
. patient along with tho Indicated rem-
-.fwwjr-A There" ft reason."
Name glvenby Postum Co., Battle
Jt r4,fc !MV.lttr? A arw
1 news Missouri
Van Wflrlnn Back to Prion.
Knnins City. -Harry Van Warlnga
waa sentenced by Judge I'ortcrfleld In
the criminal court to servo eight
years In hto penitentiary for forgery.
Van Warlngn, who has talent as a mu
sician, whllo uervlng a term In tho
penltontlray two years ago, met Mlsi
Khel Farmtns, stenographer for Cor
nelius Itoaoli, sccrotary of state, at
chapel exercises In tho prison. They
wero niarrM after his release.
Hygiene Society Organized.
Capo Girardeau. Seventy-five dow.
tors, health officers and registrars of
the Fourth district of Missouri organ
Ized a hygienic society here, with tho
following officers: President, Dr. K.
C. Uoone, Charleston; first vice presi
dent, Dr. 13. K. Hlgdon, Allcnvltlo;
second vlco prcsldent, Dr. T. W. Cot
ton, Van Duron; secretary, Dr. V. A.
Kendall, Poplar Bluff.
New National Guard Pott.
Mexico. Tlio Missouri Military
acadomy, In this city, has boon made
a post of tho national guard of Mis
souri. Brevet commissions wero
granted to tho Instructors In tho acad
emy, as follows: W. 11. Kohr, colo
nel; W. K. Mould, lieutenant colonel;
J. I. Brant and C. F. Block, captains;
lilalnu McKiiBlck and a. F. llrooks,
Mother Afire Saves Baby,
Capo dlrardcau. Mrs. Eml'Ie Dam
bach, a farmer's wife, was burned to
death In her home near here She
had her baby on her nrm and In at
tempting to light a lamp her dress
naught on tire. She throw the baby
to safoty, but before her husband
could come to her assistance she was
do badly burned that she died.
' Rev. Henry Sheldon Named,
j Sedalla. Tho Kansas City Assocla
. Hon of Congregational Churches met
, hero for Its annual meeting. These
sfflcers wero elected: Moderator,
ftev. Harry Sheldon, Kansas City;
crlbe, MIbh Elizabeth Schaffner, Kan
i.R City; registrar, for ono year. Ho v.
Harold Cooper of Scilalla.
Many to Take Rhodes Examination.
Columbia. Tho number of students
trom Missouri universities and col
legos who will try for tho Khodps
icholarshlp this year Is expected to
bo larger than ever before. 'Eho schol
irship Is vnlued at $1,500, a year and
tho winner mtiBt spends "nts time In
itudy at Oxford, Kiigjrind.
Judge D.fes on Street.
Tipton. Judge- T. 0. Snorgrass. 70
years old, -',vas found dead on tho
itreet. Snorgrass was u Confederate
fVoldier, was mayor of Syracuse, Mo.,
and Judgo of tho Morgan county court
it the tlmo of his death.
Governor Revokes Parole.
Jefferson City. Tho parolo granted
to Albert Ynrbrough ot Washington
county, who was serving Uvo years
for tho felonious wounding ot a man
with whom ho had trouble, was re
yoked by Gov. Hadley.
Murderer Sent to Asylum.
Jefferson City Oov. Hadley or
dered Elemo Hnmos. who came to the
penitentiary to servo a llfo sentence
for murder from Johnson county,
transferred to the atato hospital for
the Insano at Fulton.
Republicans Indorse Democrat.
Centralis. The Itopuhllcan and Dull
Moose parties of Doono county havo
Indorsed tho Democratic nominee, E.
V. Anderson, for prosecuting attorney.
Ho will huvo no opposition.
Roads Improvement Carried.
Houston. An estlmato of the
strength of the gooil roads movement
was evidenced, when the special road
district proposition was carried ut
Cabool by 5 to 1.
Worth Dank lo Robbed.
Worth. Safo blowers hero dyna
mited tho safe of the Hank of Worth,
obtained J 1,700 In currency and es
caped. Threo explosions wero heard
by citizens, hut no Importance was
attached to them.
Burned Using Oil to Start Fire.
Sedalla. Mrs. Blnlno Reynolds, 30
years old, was fatally burned hero fol
lowing her effort to Blurt a flro with
the aid ot kerosene oil.
Phone-Rate Inquiry Demanded.
Columbia. Hecauso the rates for
telephones In Columbia nro higher
than In any othor town In .Missouri
of lis size, an Investigation has been
demanded by Councilman V. W.
St. Loulsan Thrown From Train.
Moberly. John CoBgrove of St.
Louis is at the Wabash hospital here
seriously Injured. He says he waa
thrown from n Wabash train at High
Hill, Mo., by a brakeman.
Better Hlrjhways Demanded,
Hnunlbal. Additional eioss-stata
highways through northern Missouri
and a road between Hannibal and I)es
Moines, la., nro In demand, according
to Sydney J. Itoy, secretary of tho
Hannibal Commercial Club.
Mexico to Have Carnegie Library.
Muxlco. The passing of a resolu
tion by tho city council guaranteeing
n mninteuauco tax ot $1,250 for n Car
ncglo library building for Moxlco
practically insures a $12,500 structure
for this city.
Why, of Course,
"How to Attract tho Birds" Is the
title ot a new book by a well known
author, with a profound knovvledgo of
natural history. But why all this
orudltlon? Wo ulways supposed there
was Juat ono simple method to put
salt on their tallB. Nows-I.otter.
Tho family of a fisherman who lived
In tho irtost abject poverty at Bcnl
Carlo, 3puiii( have just become mil
lionaires by tho death of a relative
who migrated to South America.
Whero ho made' p. lingo fortuuo.
BRAIN REMAINS ACTIVE
EXPLANATION OF THE WORKINQ8
futhentleated Cases of Remarkable
Performances Are Many One
Man Made Long Journey In
Safety While Asleep.
Various stories nro told ot acts com
nltted by persons asleep, and, while
iheso boar all ear-marks of having
ecn dono with both body and mind
iCtlvo nnd awako, tho performer, on
lis awakening, Is unconscious of tholr
ixocutlon. Wo herewith glvo n few of
iho most Interesting and seemingly
ncredlblo of these authenticated tales:
'A certain mnmber of a foreign unl
'orBlty, having dovoted himself during
lis waking hours to the composition
if some vorscB, which, however, ho
lad not been ablo to complete, seems
'o havo been honored with more sue
joss In n visitation from his muso dur
ng his nocturnal slumbers; for tho
tallowing night ho aroso In his Bleep,
Jnlshcd his poetlo performance, nnd
ixultlng In his success, returned again
;ontontedly to his couch, all In a stnto
"A rope-mnkcr In Germany often fell
islecp whllo nt work, nnd either contln
led his work In tho proper way or uso
essly romado cordngo already finished.
3omotlmcs when walking long dls-
tnnccs hn would similarly De over
taken with sleep and go on safely,
ivoldlng horacs nnd carriages and tim
ber lying In tho road. On ono occasion
ho fell asleep Just as ho got on liorso
back, yet ho went on, rodo through a
hallow rlvor, allowed his horso to
Jrlnk, drew up IiIb legs to prevent hlB
leet being wetted, passed through a
crowded mnrket jilaco, nnd arrived
jnfely,at tho house of an acquaintance.
HIb eyes wero closed tho wholo tiro1,
and ho awoko Juat after reaching tho
"Iu tho collcgo whero ho was cdu
sated was n young seminarist who
habitually walked In his Bleep, nnd
while In a state of somnambulism used
to sit down to his desk nnd compose
tho'most elegant scrmono, scrupulous
ly erasing, effacing or Interlining
tvhonovor nn Incorrect expression fell
from his pen. Though IiIb eyes woro
apparently fixed upon tho paper when
ho wroto, It wns clear that thoy oxer
:lscd no optical functions, for ho wroto
Just ns well whan nn opnnuo substanco
was Interposed between them and tho
ihcct of paper. Sometimes nn nttcmpt
was mado to romovo tho paper, In tho
Idea that ho would wrtto upon tho
Jesk beneath. But it wns observed
;liat he Instantly discerned tho chango
And sought nnothor sheet of papor
as nearly as possible resombllng the
"At other times a blank sheet ot pa
por was substituted by tho bystanders
for the ono on which ho had been writ
ing, In which caao, on roadlng over, as
't wero, his composition, ho was sure
to place tho correction HUggested by
'.ho perusal at precisely tho samo In
tervals thoy would havo occurred In
'.ho original sheet ot manuscript. TIiIh
young priest, moreover, wns nn nblo
musician, and was seen to composo
levoral pieces of music whllo In n
Btnto of somnambulism, drawing tho
'.lues of the music paper for tho pur
poso with a ruler and pen and Ink,
ind filling tho spaces with his notes
with the utmost precision, besides n
sarnful adaptation of tho words In
vocal pieces." Tho Dietetic and
Electricity Used as Food,
Professor Ilergonlo of Paris has ad
vanced tho theory that electricity can
bo made to take tho placo ot food In
sustaining life. His Idea Is that the
essential purposo of food Is to supply
tho body with Internal warmth. He
;lalms to havo proved that low tension,
high frequency currents of electricity
:an bo passed through a man In such
a manner ns to produco tho required
energy warmth ot maintained life
Tho great thing to guard against 1,8
tho production of a temperature high
enough to ba fatal. According to Pro
fessor Ilergonlo, electric "food" la
much superior to vegetables and meat,
Inasmuch ue It Imposes no work on
tho digostlvo organs, tho food being
llrectly absorbed by tho nerves. Thus
Is avoided, tho savant asserts, tho or
dinary fatiguing, wearying process of
intestinal combustion which Is so ex
hausting to Invalids or to patlonts In
i weakened stato. "Ono doso of elec
tric 'food,' " wo nro told, "will do n
,nan as much good as threo solid meals
of ordinary food. More than that, elec
tric food actually increases tho pa
Tho Buffalo hospitals have adopted
pn Improvement In ambulances which
will probably bo copied olsowhoro. It
'.a often Impossible to take tlmo to pro
perly disinfect ambulances used for
;ontaRlous dlscaso cases. Tho new
schemo consists In providing separata
steel UnlnKB for tho nmbulancuH ono
lining for each class of caseB. Por lu
ttanco there Is a lining for diphtheria,
mother for Binnllpox, a third for
measles, another for scarlet-fever nnd
mother for Hpeclal casos. Whon for
Instanco a scarlet-fovor patient la Do
ing moved, the special lining for such
;nseH Is placed lu tho ambulance. On
tho return of tho nmbulanco tho lining
is taken out nnd thoroughly disinfected
whllo another lining Is shoved Into tho
Htnbulanco. In this way thoro Is no
loss ot tlmo for the ambulance.
Sarah Bernhardt'! Wealth.
Sarah Rornhardt, though she hns for
threo decades had a greater earning
Dower thnn any player In tho world, hns
nevor been possessed of any fortune
whatBoover. In fact, despite earnings
In excess of $200,000 annually, sho In
variably has been compolled to call up
on her managers to advance her from
$25,000 to $50,000 whenever embarking
for nn American tour.
Whllo Sarah Is extravagant, hor Bon
Maurlco and his family receive the
greater portion ot her romarkablo
rnrnlngs. It Is this persistent deple
tion of hor bank account (bat ban
caused Mme, Bernhardt to appear In
vnudovlllo tn London and also Induced
her to accopt $30,000 from a Pronch
film company to poso before tho cam
era In tho play of "Cam(llo," with her
wiUr company from her Paris theatw.
and loss of hair
FREQUENT shampoos with Rosmol
Soap Btop Bcolp itching and dispel
dandruff, thus promoting scalp health
and proventtaf Iocs of hair. In sovcro
cases of dandruff and falling hair, a
littlo Resinol Ointment should bo oc
casionally massaged Into tho scalp.
Bold 1)7 nit dmpRlstn (Boap SSe, Ointment
60c), or unit lij mull on receipt of price by
Ite.ilnol Cbtmlcat Co., llaltimorc, Mil.
ore rellev:d at once by an applica
tion of Sloan's Liniment. Don't
rub, Just lay on lightly.
' Slaan'i IJnlinent has dono more
cool thiui alijrtUtaR I hro ever trlwl
lor tlir jottit. I got my liana Imtt to
bsullr "J"' 1 ' tot Trork right In
the burloit tuna ol tlio roar. 1 Uioiiht
at flrt that 1 wonM )irt to hate wj
hanil taken oir, but t got a liotlle of
81oan' Unlini-nt and curl my bainl."
Vilto Wiinrxmi, ilorru, Ala.
Good for Broken Sinowa
0. Q. Jones, llaldwln, L. I., writ" i
"I lueil Hlon' Liniment lot broknn
lnoif abore tUoknro caprauied by a
fall ana U my great natlifaotlou wa
nblo tn returns troi k In lets thau Uireo
voeks after tho accident."
Fine for Sprain
Mn. HKMBtA Vor.nuM Somemet
St., I'Ulnfleld, K. I wrlte: " A
friend epralned his anklo to badly
that It went Macic. lie inugneu vnen
I told lilm that I would havo him out
In a week. I applied Kloan'e Unlment
and In four da be waa working anil
aid Sloau'a nu a right good X.lnl-
50t and $1.00
on hone, cattle,
poultry eent tree.
An old Englishwoman, who was ex
tremely stout, was making vain efforts
to enter tho rear door of an omnibus.
The driver leaned over good-naturedly
"Try sideways, mother, try side
ways!" Tho old woman looked up breath
lessly, and replied:
"Why, bless yo, James, I ain't got
no sideways! " Youth's Companion.
JUDGE CURED, HEART TROUBLE.
I took nbout G boxes ot Dodds Kid
ney Pills for Heart Troublo from
which I had suffered for 5 years. I
had dizzy spoils, my oyes puffed,
my uroatu was
short and I had
chills and back
ache. I took tho
pills about a year
ugo and havo had
no return ot tho
now 03 years old,
'"jrfZ1 able to do lots of
Judge Miller. manunfinbor, urn
well and hearty und weigh nbout
200 pounds. I feel very grateful that
I found Dodda Kidney Pills and you
mny publish this lettor if you wish. I
nm serving my third term as Probato
Judgo of Gray Co, Yours truly,
PHILIP MILLER, Cimarron, Kan.
Correspond with Judgo Miller about
this wonderful remedy.
Doddc Kidney Pills, COc. per box at
your dealer or Dodds Medlcino Co.,
Buffalo. X. Y. Wrlto for Household
Htntn, also music of National Anthem
.(English nnd German words) and re
cipes for dainty dlshos. All 3 sent free.
The Farmer's Search.
Whllo plowing, n Crawford county
fnrmor near Helper had the misfor
tune to lose a small part from his cul
tivator lu tho plowed ground. Soon
a neighbor camo by. "Lost some
thing?" ho asked. Soon another came
by and asked the same question. And
then nnother. Pretty Boon n man he
didn't llko anyhow approached. "Lost
something?" ho asked. Tho farmor
looked up lu supremo disgust. "Oh,
no; Just dlgKlng worms for my pet
buzzard," ho replied. Kansas City
For the Sake of Variety.
Customer This, 1 supposo la a fold
Merchant Xo, sir; wo call this an
unfolding bed. I'll show you . (Un
CUUP.3 ITCHING SKIN D1SIMSUS.
Colc'a Carbotlaalra atopa Itchlnir and tnaVes
tha skin tmooth. All drugcUts. 25 and SOc. Adv.
At the Opera,
"That singer bns a poworful volco."
"I should say bo. I can't hear my
self apenlc when ho la Binning."
IN WESTERN CANADA IT IS
Tho story ot tho Big Farmer In
Western Canada, nnd tho immenso
profits ho hns mado In tho growing of
grain, has been told nnd retold. Ho
has been found In all parts of the
provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan
hnd Alberta. His splendid farm build
ings have been pictured, his traction
outfits described nnd his princely sur
roundings, resultant ot his success In
growing grain, hnvo been portrayed by
letter, press and camera. It certainly
Is not to his discredit that by suc
cessfully applying common sonso nnd
up-to-dato methods to tho conditions
thnt cllmnto, n good soil, and splendid
market havu placed at hand, that ho
Ikib made tho best uso of them. Ho Is
not too proud to admit that ho came
p the country a very few years ago
handicapped as to money, leaving be
hind him unpnld mortgages In IiIb old
homo land (which nro now wiped out),
and ho is still today tho samo good-
hearted fellow ho was In tho days that
, ho had to work for n neighbor, whllo
tho neighbor broko tho land on his
homestead, which went to mako up tho
Then, there, too, Is tho farmer and
tho farmor'n son, nlroady wealthy, who
has bought largo holdings In Western
Cnnnda, In cither Manitoba, Saskatcho-
wan or Alberta, who has mado forty
, to ono hundred per cent, on IiIb Invest
t incut, whoso big grain crops nnd
whoso Immenso cattle horda nro help
ing to Improvo tho country. Health
and strength, energy and push, and
! bull dog grit nro as essential In West
' ern Cannda ns In Ohio, Indiana, 1111
' nols, Iowa, or any of tho states from
which bo many ot theso people como,
! and then, when you havo added to
i that a fair amount of means, with
I which to mako a start, tho land which
) 1b only waiting for tho skill of tho
husbandman will quickly ruspund.
But thcro Is tho smaller farmer, tho
man who has not made sufficient In
four or flvo years, that ho might oom
fortably retire It ho felt llko It. Thero
are many ot them In nil the threo
I Provinces. It Is not tho less to his
! credit that ho has earned his homo-
stead by tho threo years resldenco,
that ho Is frco from debt, and has a
reasonable bank account. He, too,
camo to tho country handicapped by
debts, and with very littlo means. Ho
Is contented, has a good home, land
freo of oncumbranco, somo stock, and
with good prospects. Ono of these
writes: "I formerly lived near Bay-
ton, Ohio, on a rented farm, had as
good a chnnco as tho nverago renter,
but after ten yoars of hard work, sijtls
fled myself that If I over expected to
secure a home, I would havo to under
take something clso. Hearing of West
orn Canada, I Investigated, and seven
years ago last Spring settled In a
homestead and purchased (on time)
an adjoining half section, arriving
with a carload of household effects and
farm Implements, Including four
! horses and threo cows, and $l,S0O In
! motiov mv ton venrs' work In Ohio.
"Tho first year our crops gavo us
feed, tho Becond year 100 acres of
wheat gavo us $1,800; no failure of
crop Blnco Btartlng hero. I havo now
22 head of horses, 15 head ot cattlo,
and 35 hogs. Wo own 1,120 acres of
land, and have samo all under cultiva
tion. Was offered at ono tlmo $35.00
per aero for a half section whero wo
llvo, nnd all tho other land could bo
sold today on present market at $30.00
per aero. Should wo care to dispose
of our holdings, could pay all debts
nnd havo over $30,000 to tho good, but
tho question is where could wo go to
Invest our money and got as good re
turns as hero?
"Wo have equally ns good, If not bet
ter prospects for crops this year, as
wo had threo years ago, when our
wheat reached from 30 to -IS bushels
per aero. I novor believed such crops
could bo raised until I saw them my
eclf. I had 15 acres that year that
mado 50 bushels to tho acre. Our har
vest will bo ready by tho 12th. Wo
havo this season in crop -100 acres ot
wheat, 125 of oats, 00 of flax, and
run threo binders, with four men to do
"Wo certainly llko this country, and
tho winters, although tho winters aro
cold at tlmos, but wo do not Buffer as
one would think. What wo havo ac
complished hero can bo. duplicated In
almost any of tho now districts. If
nnyono doubts anything I hnvo snld
in this letter, tell them to como hero,
mid I can provo every word I havo
Tho nnmo of the writer can bo had
from tho Superintendent of Immigra
tion, Ottawa, Canada, who can glvo
the names of hundreds of others
equally successful. Adv.
Knew a Poet's Troubles.
"Hnd a queer experienco recently,"
said tho Blllvllto poet. "Robber held
mo up on tho highway. Didn't have a
cent In my pocket only a poem which
I was takln' to tho editor."
"Didn't tako tho poem, did ho?"
"No. Read throe lines of it, handed
It back to mo and said: 'Friend, hero's
$2. You need it worso than I do.' "
Tho moro Justlco some pcoplo get
tho less they nro Inclined to boast of
CURBS ITCHING SKIN DISEASES.
Colo's Carbollsalva atop Itchlnir anil inakea
tlio skin smooth. All druggists. 2S and SOc. Adv.
Out of Fashion,
"I see whero fluffy Bklrts saved a
girl from drowning In the Chicago
rlvor recently. Tho old stylos woro
tho beat styles after all."
"Huh, sho probably tried to drown
herself becnuse sho had to wear tho
lira. Wlnalow'a Bootblng Bjmp for Children
tffthlnir,koricBBtbeiuma, reduces Inflamma
tion, ullara paln.cufea wlud colic, Ho a bottle.
Ono great vnluo of lnltlatlvo Is the
conquering of fear. Ulancho Hlesalng.
"HI, Eddlol Como nn' holp mo se
lect a cent'3 worth of candy, an' I'll
let 'ou stand by and watch mo cat It."
I-'or non-committal brevity of speech,
commend us to tho -Yankeo lord of tho
soil. Ono such, who was obliged to
mako a physician dally visits, had cn
unvarying answer to tho queatlon,
"How do you fool today?" "Well,"
ho would reply, showing us little In
terest In the subject ns possible, "I
ain't no wuss." Further than that ho
wished to say nothing, and It took
tho cunnlnc of a serpent to discover
hlB real feelings. A man who waa
knocked down In tho street by a snow
slldo was assailed by a sympathizing
crowd with condolonco and question.
"Did it hurt you?" Inquired ono of
his rescuers as ho brushed the snow
from the clothes of tho well-powdered
victim. "Well," was tho cautious an
swer, "It ain't dono mo no good."
Rose Matilda's Sprinter.
"Ah'a got a sprinter I'm dnt ol' win
der sill in mah flngo' Mis' Greene,"
announced Roso Matilda, who had
been scrubbing window Bills, exhibit
ing tho Injured membor. "Is yo got a
pin or some sech sharp t'ing yo' cayn
git it out wl'f? Ah don' Jes' wan to
leave It in, 'ca'so dem sprinters aln'
to bo trlllo wit. Oh, dum's do t'lng'll
do do buslbrcss," as Mrs. Greene at
tacked tho splinter with a pair of
tweezers and triumphantly drew It out.
"T'ank yo' Mis Grcfeno. Bom tensors
is do bos' t'ing to cxkrack sprinters
London Opinion, commenting on
the recent celebration of tho centen
ary of tho steamboat, remarks that
It Is Interesting to note that tho Brit
ish admiralty of that period rejected
tho invention with tho declaration
that "a paddle wheel steamboat could
bo of no uso In navigation," nnd thnt
a Dr. Lardner, n pundit of that day
who proved that "no steam vessel
could ever cross tho Atlantic, lived
long enough to bolt to America In n
steamer .alone with another man'r
Part of the Truth,
"Robert, dear, bow do yon suppose
theso dozens and dozens of ompty
bottles evor Rot fnto our cellar?"
"Why, I don't know, my dear. 1
nover bought an empty bottlo In my
"Thoy oughtn't to call that railroad
special tho Comot."
"Becauso cometn nearly nlways
havo their trains telesooped."
LEWIS' Sinjde Binder RtralKht Go ciptar.
You pay 10c for cigars not so good. Adv.
Kvery mother Is firmly convinced
that she Ib capable of picking a better
huspand for her daughter than she did
EVERY CHILD SHOULD HAVE THE
Faultless Starch Twin Dolls
Mlu LUIt White ui Mitt tkotU Pri .
If jon wttl tfao beat aUrch ntU both of fh
M dolla, each 121-2 lnchtw high an 4 ready to eat est
ana atntt. will baacnt to RddroaajKtpld on v
calptcfalx fronUrnOcrntFaaltlrmarch package,
or twelre t roau of & ooat raltuM Btarab package
Q(i MHfJ In itimni tn Mtir twatatt arc! ruafVlnir.
Or either doll will be aent on receipt ot three 10 crnfe
frnnti nralifi rnfc fronti Anil i mrita In ilamria rtafe
'ret thU It will be accepted In piece vt one li
coat front, or two & cet front, nnlr on ft .a will
be accept pdrith each application.
FAULTLESS STARCH CO., Kuu City, H.
5 PER CENT
and allothera. jh not depnnd on anr jKmilur In this cUu of flltuair. UHe It to brood mini In tlma
of ilutempvr. IlookloU ''lUimrr. Uiutea. Cure aud liTrntlon." frea. IJrui;glts and llarnota
Sbopj Mil Hoohn'i Cure, to eenu, Km a doirm 110, 110.00 a doten.
SPOHN MEDICAL CO., Bacteriologists, GOSHEN, IND.
3.00 3.50 M.00 M.S0 AND S5.00
FOR MEN AND WOMEN
fiojra wmr W. L. Douijlam $2.00, $2.BO 93.00 School i
anumm, eeoiuas ono pair will poaltlvoly outwear two
palra of ordinary ahoam, onrna am tha mon'a ahoaa.
W.L-Douglaa maUea and aellt more $3.00,$3.50 & $4.00 ahoci j
titan any other manufacturer in the world.
THE STANDARD OF QUALITY FOR OVER 30 YEARQ.
The vrorkmanahlp which haa made W. L Douglat ahoea fainoua the world
ever ! maintained in every pair.
Alk your dealer to show you W.L. Douglaa latest fashions for fall and winter
wear, notice the thort vamps which make the foot look smaller, points in a
shoo particularly desired by young men. Also the coniarvatlvo stilt which
ftave made W. L. Douglaa shoes a household word everywhere.
If you could visit W. U Douglas large factories at Brocktcn, Mass., tna ee
for yourself how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes are made, you would Aen jb.
derstand why they are warranted to fit better, look better, hold their shape and
wear longer titan any other make for the price. ra$t CohrZyttU,
CAUTION. To protect you aaaliut Inferior theaa, W. U Douilat tamp ii nam tha jot.
torn, lok for tha stamp. Bawara of auUtltutaa. W. L. 1) ouslai tkoaa ara aold ia 78 owa
atofaaandihoadaalaraaanrwbera. No matter where you live, they era within jrourraach
If four dealer cannot etipplr you, write dbect to f actorr f ar caUloe ehawlaa haw :o rdar
bj maiL bbaeaaeut ararrvrltera, deliTerr char set weoaiat. W.L.PausUs, Brockton. Baaaa.
HARD FOR THE.
It's hnrd enough to keep houso If
In perfect health, but a woman who
Is weak, tired and suffering all of
the time with an aching back has a
heavy burden to carry. Any woman
in this condition has good causa to
suspect kidney troublo, especially If
tho kidney action seems disordered
nt all. Doan's Kidney Pills have
cured thousands ofwomon suffering
In this way. It Is the best-recommended
special kidney remedy.
AN INDIANA CASE.
" awnr. fjr J irranklln Street.
aril --1 believe
l'lllj aaveO rar
ony with grarvl
and vtaa con
fined to tied. I
perame ao bad
pectrd to live
n 1 it h t. On a
tlon, 1 need
rilli nnd tn a
abort tlmo tber
eurrd me.l have
nt hud Ikiimn.
torn of kidney trouble daring tho paitl) loan."
Get Boan's at any Drug Store, SOc a Box
FOSTER-MILDURN CO., Bulfalo. N. Y.
TO THE SETTLER
THE AMERICAN RUSH TO
In tho now PUtrict of
wan Dd Alberta thr
aro t Lous an J of Free
llomesteoiU jft, which
tot bo inantnaklczemo
In 8 j ear tlmo wilt be
wortu from ti) to (JAlwr
ncris. Thfiio lands aro
wnll ruin d ted to jzraln
growing and cattlo rulilnj;.
EXCELLENT BilDTAT FiriUTIKS
In tnanr cases the railways In
Caniiila naro bwn built Id ad
Tunco of actllfment. and In a
dhort tlmo tbero will not bo a
eottlftrwho nfod be moro than
trn or ttrolTP miles from a line
of railway, llallwa? Itatea aro
regulalvdbr Uoremmont Com
mtsslun. Boclnl Conditions
Tho American Kottlerls nthome
In Western Canada, lie li not a
trangor In a strange land, bar
inn nearly a million of hla own
pcopleolreadT Bottled tharo. If
you desire to know why thocon
dltlon of tho Canadian tattler U
proipf rous write to any of the
Canadian Government Agents
bmpU f lantf ralUn, OlUw. LaaatU
CANADIAN GOVERNMENT AGENT,
12S W. 9th STREET, KANSAS CITT, HO
C. J.lnrit IM, 1 1 Z MmUnti l.t T.ftUf .,CWc3
Prompt Relief Permanent Cure
LIVER PILLS never
fail. Purely vegeta
ble act surely
but gently on
Improve the complexion, brighten the eyes.
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE.
Genuine must bear Signature
Clautu aod Iximiflu th kata
Praaotet ft lnxvUat trorlh.
Haver JTftlla to JlMlora Orarl
ur to us imnnjut will,
rrerenta Balr falUnr.
HAItE Orl'OItTir.NITY rOK INVKSTOI18
With a nominal amount you can join ua to
develop a most promlalng GOLD MINK. Will
atarM Invratlgation. Addros Dor 308, Gra
Vntlry, Cnllf. -
Ttrmt I'hllllpj Cn.,Arkll0 to 110 pr a. Corn aTcntao
tObu-a. tihort wlntpr for stook. 13hra.4o.of HULouU.
6 r.r.Kasr tarms-Wrlto for llau n.tt.cfl,.u,iw,iik.
W. N. U ST. LOUIS, NO. 43-1912.
mjmum i i-iw
OP THIS COMPOUND WILL
of Distemper, Pink Eye, Epizootic,
Catantul Fever and Iafluenia, under the microscope.
Glren on the nnneV Tongne, It nnltos with tba Hold! of tho allmantarr
canal, thrown Into th blood paMva through tba iflanda and lpela tha
Mtasi iu4 rt i