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First Court Officer Judgo Knox
rondo a bad break yesterday.
t Second Court Ofllcer What as
t First Court Onicer Ho asked a
-woman prisoner If Rhc had nnythlng
-to nay before- ho pronounced aentoreo
-on her, and alio talked for two hous.
"(Jood morning, Mrs. AIch," said n
(Krocory boy awaiting an order from a
;tady In a suburban town.
"Please call mo Alloer?," nnswored
tho lady. "That's my name."
"nut 1 don't know you well enough
fo call you Alice," rejoined tho youth,
"What Ih this joy-rldlng accident
"The Joy riders are about all In,"
BAD BACKS DO
MAKE WORK HARD
lUckacha makes tho daily toil, for
thousands, on agony hard to endure.
Many of these poor sufferers have
Udney trouble and don't know it.
Swollen, aching kidneys usually go
hand in hand with irregular kidney
action, headache, dizziness, nervous
ness and despondency.
When suffering to, try Doan's Kid
ney I'ilb, tho host-recommended
Merc's an Ohio Coso
J. TV Print,
"1 wm In awful
ltm raniUdti In
Ttmnat Mint lies
snutlliif Kit buck.
.nd tho kidney
secretions, 4 ntu
bled tuourmtiy. - r - j 7
Jman KiUur-r j I I
I'llU rnnH inn u t I L,
nftrr due- o rs 1 lyV
failed, and 1
bled tnourejitiy. -
Get Don ml Any Druff Store. 50c ft Box
FOSTER-.MIU1URN CO.. BUFFALO, N. Y.
'Citable the dr'Pcptlc to eat whatever lie
-wlshcw.'ntey cause ttie food to assimilate and
vTKuirlsh the lody, clve appetite, and
t DEVELOP FLESH. a-
Dr. Tutt Manufacturing Ci. New York.
ir. riit .'.! Co., Art.flOtoUtl pora.Cnrn uTinic
lis a. 8b.m winter for stock. V) hnMiuif HL Nulla,
i r KuTionux-Wrlu fur list u.h...1Jm.i,ii.u..,i,.
ItUtnn.HC lloukMw. IIIOi
oil rrfereju-vA. ltol romlu.
CCD A.m. Ane, fiinrwittr. unlmpnivft Kann.
iOU und. rich noil, tNirfiiri tlllc. onlr t:
ixto. AdiSreM A loitzo (lulu, tyrnctiiiii, Kniiii
3.00 $3.50 M.00 M.50 AND '5.00
FOR MEN AND WOMEN
.l4ora wmr W. L. DougloB SS.OO, S'J.BO X 93. OO School
'Sfiaom, becnuun ono pair will potlllvaly tiutwomr two
pair of ordinary ahoam, iuim mm Ihm mon'm ahoaa.
W.L.Dougliu mnket nnd nellt more $3.00,$3.59 & $4.00 hoc I
tnan any other manutaciurer in mo
THE STANDARD OF QUALITY FOR OVER 30 YEARS.
The workmanthip which hat mado W L. Douclat hoet famoui the world
tner U maintained In every pair.
Aik your dealer to ihowyou W. L.Dcigla lativt fathlom for fall and winter
vear, notice the short vamps which make the foot look unaller, point in a
nce particularly detired by young men. Alio the consoruatloo styles which
fiave made W. L. Dougla thoet a houtehold word everywhere.
If you could visit W. L. Douglas large factories at UrockU.i, .ilam., inn ee
for younelf how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes are made, on would :hei un
derstand why they are warranted to tit better, look better, hold 'heir shape and
wear longer than any other make for the price. ait Color Ztleiz.
CAUTION, To protect you atslnit Inferior ihor, AM-DousUs stsropa hit nimo in tho Kit
ton. Look for tlio il.mp. U.wti. of .uS.titut. W L. DouiU. .hoet ro .old l.i 7S own
tor and tho tleslrs ovorywhere, No mltr whro you live. thr r within your leach
If your dcslercsnitot supply you, wrilo dtrect to fsclory for catalog thowtng how o Yrrlar
bj taalL Shoataebt ayarywlwro, dalirorrchugaa prepaid. W.L.UoutU, UrocktoD,Mata.
Sloan's Liniment is a splendid remedy for backache, stiff
joints, rheumatism, neuralgia and sciatica. You don't need to
rub it in just laid on lightly it gives comfort and ease at once.
Best for Pain and Stiffness
Mr. Geo. Ih'cilANAN.of Welch, Okla., writes : "I have used your Lin
iment for the pjstlcn years for pain in back and stiffness and tindit the best
Liniment I ever tried. I recommend it to anyone for pains of any kind."
is good for sprains, strains, bruises, cramp or soreness of the
muscles, and all affections of the throat nnd chest.
iers: I cot a
relief at the
- .1 nti .
HE WAS TAKING NO CHANCES.
Bmall Day's Precautions May Huva
Been Excessive, But He Still
Had the Suit.
llcv, John N. Underwood, ono
of Pittsburg's most eloquent and
earnest ministers, said thu other day:
"In a temnorance address In the spring
I pointed out that drunken husbands
kill tjvory year, with roTolvcrs and
hatchctH and clubs, 3,600 wives. That
2,500 babies are killed by drunken
fathers who crush them In bed. That
30 per cent, of all our divorces are due
Mr. Underwood paimcd, then added:
"I heard recently of a little boy to
whom a warm nnd comfortable suit
had bcon given. Tho boy's fnthor was
a drunkard, and It was feared that tho
suit would soon tlnd Its way to tho
pawnshop. Hut a wcok after tho lnd
had got the ault ho was still wearing
"'Good for you, Johnny!' said n city
missionary to tho lltdo chap. 'Still
wearing your suit, I seo.'
"'Yes. sir,' tho urchin explained. '1
sleep In IU'" Chicago Itocord-Horald.
Talk With Shakespeare.
"Hut, 13111," says Sh.tkespearo'sj
friend, "I'll bo bodklnlzed If I seo tho
sense In that song Ophelia sings, nor!
why you put tho song In there for her
"Whon you've been In tho show;
game as long as I have," replies.
Shakospeare, still a bit oxcltcd ovor
tho first porformanco of "Hamlet,"
"you'll know that when tho producor,
wants a song In a scene, tho nong
goes In. Ilealdoa, this girl that's playw
lug Ophelia was a hit In musical
comedy, and tho manager nrgued that'
the. public oxpected to hear her sing!
somewhere In tho piece. Lot's go
over to tho mermnld and buy drinks
for tho critics."
Ono of tho two women who sat near
the front of tho ear had been to tho
theater tho night boforo to see a cer
tain beautiful nctress.
"How does alio hold her ago?" eager
ly naked ono who had not been.
"Well, to toll you tho truth, Mamlo.
she woro such a lovely pink drcas that
I couldn't take my eyes oft It tho
whole time sho was on tho stngo; so
I never thought of looking at her faco
to seo whether alio held her ngo or
not I should say she did, though."
Sacrifice. Made for Dress.
Using tho Ix)s Angeles fashion show
for IiIh text. Dr. Alfred Jones, a distin
guished nervo specialist of London,
now visiting tho California city, mado
tho assertion that "dross Is rauslng
tho ruination of more lives In Ameri
ca than malignant disease." Ho said
tho Intense competition among Amer
ican women of all classes to keep up
tho pace Bet by fashion was nerve
racking and nervc-doatroylng.
Way of Words.
"I must say this looks liko sharp
"It does that's flat."
CUHRS BUUNS AND CUTS.
Oolf'n Cnrlwllaalvn alopi tho imtn Initnnllr.
Curcaquick Nostar. Alldnit!Kists.25and50c. Adv.
"What Interest hns the dog In tho
chnBO of the poor cut?"
"I guess It Is some purr scent."
LKWIS' Kinido Hinder 5c ciRar: no rich
In ninlity that most smokers prefer them
to lOo cicurs. Adv.
"If money talks, whnt docs It say?"
"I guess It Is buy-buy "
Cot Entire Relief
R. D. HuRGOY.Nr., of Maysville. Ky UR. , Box
. writesi -"I had severe pains between my thoul-
bottle of your Liniment and had entire
Relieved Severe Pain in Shoulders
Mr. J. Undfrwood, of icoo Warren Ave.,
Chicago. III., writes: " I am a piano polibher
by occupation, and since last September have
suuereu witn severe pain in ooin snouiuers.
I could not rest night or day. One of my
friends told me about your Liniment,
inree applications completely curea
mo and I will never be without It."
Price 23o., 60c, and $1X0
at All Dealers.
Sou J for Sloau'a treo book on liono.
Dr. Earl S. Sloan,
I MISSOURI NEWS
i. 1 n mi
ENDEAVORER8 ELECT OFFICERS.
Kansas City Man Chosen Head af
Sprlngflcld.-vTho silver annlversniy
convention of tho Mlrmourl Christian
Kndcavorers, In session at West
1'Ialnn three days, closed with th t
election of officers nnd an cxcurslur
to tho hydroelectric plant at Mam
moth Springs, Ark. Tho following of
fleers wore elected: President, Frank
lin Lowe, Jr., Knnsns City; vice-president,
II. n. Hlchardson, Hamilton;
secretary, Miss Abbey Downing, Kan
sas City; statistical secretary, MIsb
Ethel Haskell, West Plains; treasur
er, 3. Hoy Hopkins, Kansn City; In
terinedlate superintendent, Mlas Grace
Collins, Mexico; junior superintend
ent, Miss Dora Clemens, St. Louis.
Department superintendents were
selected as follows; Christian citi
zenship. W. T. Lawhend, St. Joseph;
social and Introduction, Miss Con
stanco Lntshaw, Knnsns City; press,
Homer T. Nowlon, Columbia; tenth
legion, O. H. Lee, West Plnlns; quiet 1
hour, llev. W. F. Hradley, Ioel:
Springs, nnd evangelist, Hcv. W. M.
Tho pastors' ndviaory board was
filled as follows: Haptlst, Hev. K. H
Mills, Trenton; Christian, Rev. W A.
Shullenhcrg, Mexico; Congregational,
Hev. W. M. Jones, St. Joseph; Presby
terian, Hev. C. H. Povlng, Fulton;
Lutheran, Her. D. Hhodes, St. Louis;
United Hrcthren, Hlahop William
Weakley, Knnsas City.
MOTHER 15 YEARS NOT HIS.
Mobcrly Youth Learns That He Was
Adopted by Childless Woman.
Mobcrly. Living under the namo
of Fern Giuliani for fifteen years, only
to Jenm that his real namo is Frank
Garongor, Is the experience of a 17-year-old
Fifteen years ago a childless wom
an In Golden, Colo., adopted a 2-yoar-old
baby boy. That woman was Mrs.
C. ('. Glllham. Shortly after the udop
tlon of the baby, the woman's hus
band died, and a few years afterwards
she became tho wife of C. H. Hounue.
After their marriage, Mr. and Mrs.
Bouquc came to Mohorly, whoro tho
husband died hist winter. Tho boy,
Fern, ran uwny from homo three
years ago. going to Oklahoma, whero
he worked as "devil" In a printing
office for eleven months.
Ills hand got caught In a press, sev
eral of his lingers being so badly
mushed that amputation was neces
sary and while wultlng for his Inju
ries to heal he returned to Moberly.
Young Garenger contemplates a trip
to Colorado In the nenr future, whon
he will endeavor to lenm whether his
father or any of his relatives are liv
ing In that state.
NEW FIRE INSURANCE RATES.
Entire Gtate Has Been Reratcd, With
Exception of St. Louis.
Jefferson City. Tho now fire Insur
ance rates, prepared In compliance
with tho rating law enacted by tho
forty-sixth general assembly, will bo
filed with Frank llhike, statu superin
tendent of Insurance, the latter part
of November, according to James A.
Wnterworth, of St. Louis, rating ex
port, who was here ou business with
tho Insurance department.
Mr. Wnterworth says the entire
state has been re lated, except tho
clly of St. Louis, and that tho com
mittee bundling tho work Is now en
The now rates must be approved by
Superintendent Hlako beforo they be
come effective. That they will be
somewhat lower when taken as a
whole than tho rates now ln force, is
tho opinion of Wnterworth. They will
be higher, ho believes, upon some
clusses of risks than tho old ones.
STATE U. D. C. ELECTS.
Kansas City Woman Re-elected Presi
dent at Marshall.
Marshall. Tho Statu United Daugh
ters of tho Confederacy, In session
hole, elected tho following offlrers:
Mrs. Homa .1. Wornull, Kansas City,
re-elected president; Mrs. I'rauk
j Ontennie, St. Louis, first vlce-presi-J
dent; Mrs. G. W. Hyde, Lexington,
; second vice-president; Mrs. Robert
r, ,...., ' .
, Mrs George Gross, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Frank Karris, r'-
N. Reynolds, recording secretary;
elected treasurer; Mrs. Klllott Spald
i Ing hintorlar ; Mrs. Charles Latnktn,
Koiesille, registrar; Miss Lucy
I "Men in ealher, Kansas City, director
of children's wotk.
I Mrs .1. L. Henton, of St. Louis, re
ceived a diamond pin for tho prize
I essay. Mrs. J. L. Hench, of Sedalla,
read tho essay In absence of Mrs.
I I teuton, who Is slek In St. Louis.
i Mrs. Henrietta IMvoh lltichanan, of
j Itli htnond, received second prize, a
ruby pin. Mrs. Frank Ilnrtlett, of St.
1 I 'Uis. prevented prizes.
Given $10,000 for False Arrest.
Moberly. II. II. Furhman of Hunts
vllle, who was arrested In ICast St.
Louis a few months ago, was award
' ed $10,000 damages hero against tho
; American Suiety company for false
Missouri Merchant Dies In Store.
Houston. K. II. Charles, bank pres
ident and u prominent merchant of
Sumnierville, Texns county, was
found dead ln tho basement of his
store. It Is supposed that ho was
stricken by heart failure.
Local Option Petition Dropped.
Columbia. Tho local option pott
lion for contesting tho dry votos of
many students and faculty members
of tho Unlvorslty of Missouri was
dropped becauso tho petitioners could
not glvo bond or bo found.
Held as Safe Blowing Suspect.
Huntsvlllo. Louis Rafael Is held
hrro on suspicion of having robbed
he poBtofflccs hero and lir Sturgeon
a August, TJll- Tho robbery hero
nettor tho blower $L In money and
117.09 In stamps,
Against So Many Surgical Op
and Mrs. Moore Escaped.
"For seven years Isuf-
I wns in bed for four
or fivo days at a time
every month, and so
, , . . .
weak I could hardly .
wn k. I cramped and
wimSy'lhnd bnckacho nnd
headache, nnd was
so nervous and weak
lt,.l T .I...J..I
f nr lnv
nt those t mes, nnd said that I ought to ,
have nn operation. I would not listen to (
that, nnd when n friend of my husband .
told him about Lydia E. Pinkhnm's Veg-'
-t,i rvmnmin,) nnd rvhnf It li,l dnnn
for his wife, I was willing to take It. !
likelLtoo. I can do my awn housework, I
hoo my ganlen. nnd milk n cow. I can !
entertain company and enjoy them. I
enn visit when I choose, nnd walk ns far .
ns any ordinary woman, any day in the !
month. 1 wish I could talk to every ,
suffering woman nnd girl. "Mrs. Dema ,
IlETHUNE, Sikeston, Mo. j
Murravville. III.-" I have Uken Lv-
fcreu every thlntr.
din E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ' yc"rB' . t .An T
for n very had caso of female trouble ln October, 1009, I secured my pat
nnd it mado me n welt woman. My , fnf, ,t0 m' la'1- 80 ,ook a fuw
health was all broken down, the doctors i holidays to Saskatoon to locate a
said I must have nn operation, and 1 wns Purchased homestead (viz., 12s. par
' ready to go to the hospital, butdreadedit 1 ocro) from tun Government. Instead
I so thnt I betran taklm? vour Comnound. I f getting the purchased homestead,
I got along so well that I gnvo up the '
doctors and was saved from tho opera-
tion."- Mrs. Charles MoortB, K. R,
No. 3, Murrnyville, 111.
lyf DtttCoaxh Bjrup. Ttilri Good. Vm lj
4 lntlrn. Bold br Drncrlrtt. Ml
Safe Detting. ,
Llttlo Andrew had been 'repeatedly
urged to hasten his dressing Sudden
ly ho knelt, crossed nnd clasped his
hands like n pictured angel and voiced
this earnest petition:
"Oh. Ood, don't let mo dawdle. Or,
God, keep me from dawdling. Hut If
you want to, oh, Ood, mnko my
mother recoaclled to my being slow!"
"There, mamma," ho exclaimed, ris
ing, 'Tvo dona my best, haven't 1.'
'Course, if Ood chooses to keep mo
from dawdling ho will, and If ho don't
I can't help It. Hut," with n sudden.
Joyous energy, "I'll bet you a dollar
I'll bo Just as slow tomorrow as to
day." Test Far Beneath His Capacity.
The young son of a lawyer who
lives out south has Just mado his
first appearance at kindergarten. Tho
other day tho teacher asked tho chil
dren to look over the room and any
who could count, to rlso and tell her
the number of children in tho room.
Tho young South slder nrose, and
looking about over tho heads, remark
ed with great aplomb:
"Muh! I calif t count theso children,
becauso I can count to a hundred,
and there ain't that many hero."
Kansas City Star.
FACE ALMOST COVERED WITH
PIMPLES AND BLACKHEADS
Atchison, Kan. "For a number of
years I suffered very greatly from skin
eruption. My faco was very red and
Irritated, being almost covered with ,
pimples and blackheads. Tho pimples I
wero scattered over my faco. Thoy
woro a flno rash with tho exception of
a few largo pimples on njy forehead
nnd chin. My faco burned nnd looked
red ns If exposed to either heat or
cold. It wns not only unsightly but
very uncomfortable. I tried several
remedies but couldn't get any relief.
I was recommended to uso Cutlcura
Soap and Cutlcura Ointment.
"I applied tho Cutlcura Ointment In
tho evening, leaving It for nbout live
mlnuteB, then washing It off with
Cutlcura Soap and hot water. I wash
ed with the Cutlcura Soap and hot wa
ter also several times during tho day.
After about four months of this appli
cation, my faro was cleared of tho
' pimples. I still uso tho Cutlcura
, g .. (g (1) M, R,ao Nlo,
n nti nu
Dec. 2D. 1011.
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout tho world. Snmplo of each
free, with 32-p. Skin Hook. Address
post-card "Cutlcura, Dept. L, Boston."
Among a recent batch of candidates
for appointment to tho police force of
Washington was a big darkey, evident
ly of rural origin, who nnnounced hU
readiness to stand examination.
"Are you a nntlvo of this city?" ho
"No, euh. I nm from tho first state
ln tho Union."
"A Xow Yorkor?"
"No, suh. 1 nm from Alabama!"
"Alabama Is not tho first stato In
the Union, as tho saying goes," re
sponded, tho examiner.
"Alphabetically speaking It Is, sub,"
said tho cnudldnta with conviction.
Mrs, Wlnnlow'H flootliliiR Brnp fur Clilldrro
tt''ilnn;f, kofit'iia the Rutin., reduci-x inllaiunm
Hun, allajrk I'.U", curia wlud colic, a txiltle,
And every man who owns a dog
thinks tho animal has moro sonso
than his nuighbor.
A CUIIB FOR PILI'.S.
Cole'n CarbolUalva atnpa Stchlntr an pain
and cures piles. Alldrugijists. 25andS0c. Adv.
Many a bowhlskerud man has boen
known to toll barefaced Ilea.
GOT RICH IN
EXPERIENCES OF A BRITISH IM
MIGRANT IN CANADA-WE8T.
Tho following straightforward state
ment needs no comment to add to
Us force and effect. It nppoars In a
recent Issue of tho Liverpool Mor
cury. H. Patterson, of Nutann, Saskatche
wan, Canada, when ho arrived from
Liverpool, had "Six of us to support,"
to uae his own phraseology, and his
funds were getting low. Ho secured
numbuiuuu M ti, 111:0 uui liuill UUU'
durni nnU 8tnr,cd vlnK on ,t A
1G 190, T, Drnv,oua fflll hn , .
a homestead 32 miles out from Sun
1G, 1907. Tho previous fflll ho put all
his money, $137, Into a shack nnd lot.
making suro of a homo. As cook nnd
' lUtlll 11UII.-1 UU 111UUU fill
'a 'n11,H. d out of this had some '
brek,nK " Improvements on the'
"omestead. The Bhack was sold to-
In - 1 1 1 . . . I 1 1. . .1 "
' , '
toll the story nftcr ho had removed
1 or tho, rst nttV' . w.aa B0
Btrango and now that I hadn't tlmo to
thln of nnythlnp. only fixing up our
,now hom"- 1 wnB 80 'Brcen to farm
llfo thnt 1 dl,,n 1 ow tho dlffercnco
botwoon wheat nnd oats (I do now)!
"ctween working out. cropping my
P,nce' nlul wllh my gun, wo managed
10 llvo comfortably for tho threo
'nrB. which tlmo was required to put
ln '"V duties, lhad accumulated
nulto n stock of horses, cows, pigs,
fowIs' nnU nachlnery In tho three
secured a half section (320 ncres)
on c Saskatchewan Hlver for $25
per aero on easy terms, nlno years'
payments with a cash payment of
$1,000. I mortgaged my first home
stead, obtained chattel mortgages on
my stock, nnd on December 24th,
,1909, took possession j on Juno 10,
1910, I sold out ngnln for $40 per aero,
, clearing, besides my crop (110 acres),
$ 1,800. I also sold my first home
stead, clearing $1,800 nnd two Saska
toon town lots, which wo value at
. $1,000 each today. We placed all our
capital In nnotber farm (river front
age) nnd somo trnckago lots (GO), also
n purchased homestead (river front
age). I remained ns Manager of the
Farm I had sold on a threo years'
contract nt a flno salary and house,
garden, and numerous privileges.
"So by tho tlmo my three years havo
expired, with my Investments and tho
Increased value of my frontage and
lots, I am hoping to have a clear
profit on my ?lu7 investment of
$.10,000. My land doesn't cnt any
thing, and It Is nearly all paid for. I
hold a good position (and secure)"
Surprise tor Mother.
A certain mother, given to mysti
cism and Impressive theories regard
ing her highly natural children, ono
evening wns entertaining visitors.
Suddenly enmo tho sound of llttlo feet
pattering to tho head of the stairs.
Tho mother inlsed her hand In solemn
"Listen," sho fald, softly. "Tho chil
dren nru going to deliver their good
night message. It always gives mo a
feeling of reverence to hear them
they nro so much nenror tho Creator
than wo ore, and they speak so won
derfully, sometimes. Hush! Ono of
them Is speaking now."
Then, breaking through tho tonso si
ce, camo a shrill whisper:
"Mamma! Willy's found a bug In
To Decorate a Bald Head.
"My husband," writes Mrs. Pezozzle
to tho chaperon, "was qulto bald when
1 married him, although otherwise per
fectly good. I first washed his head
with a cleansing solution nnd a stiff
brush; then I sandpapered It, starting
with the rough paper and using each
grado down to tho finest. After that
I rubbed It nt Intervals with my bare
hand for several days and now It is
lovely. It has all tho dull rich finish
so much admired and tho natural
grain shows beautifully." Kansas
Final and Fatal Question,
Bobby was In nn especially trying
mood, nnd hnd asked so many ques
tions ns to bring upon himself stci;n
parental command to bo slleut. By
and by, however, ho so humbly solicit
ed permission to speak that this was
reluctantly granted. And this was tho
tlmo when poor Bobby put his foot
Into It with a veugeanco.
"1 only wanted to nsk," ho said,
meekly, "what made your hair nil
conio out, papa? Will I lose mine,
too, when It's rlpo?"
Important to Klothors
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, n safo nnd suro remedy for
Infants and children, and seo that It
In Uso For Ovor 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
Tokyo's First Sky Scraper.
With tho completion of a sovou
story building, Tokyo Is nblo to boast
of tho first skyezrapor In Its history.
Tho structuro, begun ln January,
1010, was but recontly completed. It
Is considered flro and earthquake
proof. It wus' designed for ofllccs,
and is especially noteworthy becauso
It Is probably tho highest of Its klud
In tho far cast.
"I hear the gentleman who Is visit
lug your daughter Is a coming man."
"Hu must be. for ho Is certainly not
n going ono."
A mnn Un't far from right when
ho' a willing to admit that ho Is ln the
Sjmuh t thM ugly, srluly, gray hairs. Use "LA ORSOLB" HAIR ORKSSlNe. PHQZ, Sl.oo, rtUIL
rSmoke Pleasure and other Pleasures
for the Man Who Smokes
'There Is smoke pleasure ln this pure old Virginia
nd North Carolina brljjht leaf. Thousands prefer it to any
other pipe tobacco. Thoroughly aficd nnd stemmed and
then granulated. A perfect pipe tobacco othlng better
rolled as a cigarette.
One and a half ounces of this choice tobacco cost"
only 5c, nnd with each sack you get a book of cigarette
The other pleasures are the presents that are secured
with the coupons in each sack of Liggett ij- Myert Duke,a
Mixture. These presents delight old and young. Think
of the pleasure that you and your friends can get from a
talking machine, free, or such articles as fountain pens,
Mr. Beetle At tho lnquost of Mr.
Bumblo Boo they called ln several
Willie Bug Well, I supposo they
wanted more light on tho subject.
Congressman Henry decried mer
cenary marriages In Waco.
"Only tho love match," ho said, "In
sures beautiful and vigorous children.
Hcnco I advocate tho lovo match, and
I Bympathtzo heartily with n Now York
heiress to whom nn olderly carl pro
posed. "The earl, gray, poverty-stricken
and decrepit, said to tho beautiful
" 'Dear lady, I lovo you more than
words can tell."
"Sho wrinkled up her pretty nose.
" 'But 1 suppose you could tell mo
In figures,' sho said, coldly."
A Husband In Jest.
Solicitor (endeavoring to discover
client's legal status) But, madam,
how long Is It slnco you heard from
Client Well, yer se, 'a left mo tho
day 'o wns married, nnd truth Is, I
ain't 'onrd uothlu' of 'Im since, nor
wanted; least ways, I did 'oar casual-
Ilko that 'e woro dead, but It may bo
only 'Is fun. Bunch.
Thinking It Over.
"Somo of tho old Egyptians wor
"Well," replied Farmer Corntossel.
thoughtfully, "If I had n hen that laid
the year 'round or a cow that wouldn't
go dry, of courso I wouldn't worship
em. nut i sureiy wouiu snow em a
heaps of respectful consideration."
"What did the banker's bride wear
at tho meeting?"
"Oh, eomo check goods."
"What Is Jaggs doing now?"
"Everybody ho cnn."
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