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LADN ESS "
With a better understanding of the transient nature of the many physi
cal ills which vanish before proper efforts-gentle efforts-pleasant
efforts-rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge that so many a
forms of Illness are not due to any actual disease, but simply to a consti- e
d condition of the system, which the pleasant family laxative, Syrup p
and Elixir of Senna, promptly removes. That is why it is the only
remedy with millions of families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly tl
by all who value good health. Its beneficial effects are due to the
fact that it is the only remedy which promotes internal cleanliness.
without debilitatitg the organs on which it acts. It is, therefore, all-im
portant, in order to get its beneficial effects, to purchase and note that
have the genuine article, which is manufactured by the California
Syrup Co. only.
It is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly
en the kidneys, liver and bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels
colds, headaches and fevers and assists in overcoming habitual constipa
tion permanently, also biliousness and the many ills resulting therefrom.
T'e great trouble with all other purgatives and aperientsis not that they
f6$ to act when a single dose is taken, but that they ac.t too violently and
invariably tend to produce a habit of body requiring constantly augmented
Children enjoy the pleasant taste and gentle action of Syrup of
and Elixir of Senna, the ladies find it delightful and beneficial
whenever a laxative remedy is needed, and business men pronounce it
Invaluable, as it may be taken without interfering with business and does
nt grpe nor nauseate. When buying note the name. California Fig
Crup Co. printed on the front of every package. Price, 50 cents a bottle.
BARES bread, pie and cake
bakes them perfectly all through,
and browns them appetisingly.
ROASTS beef, poultry and game
with a steady heat, which pro.
serves the rich natural favor.
BROILS steaks and chope-makes
them tender and inviting.
TOASTS bread, muffins, crack
ers and cheese.
No drudgery of coal and
ashes; no stooping to get at
the oven; no smoke, no dust,
no odor -just good cooking
with greater fuel economy.
Irons and water in wash
boiler always hot. The
a Cabinet Top with shelf for keeping plates and food hot
rp shelves for the coffee pot or saucepans, and nickeled towel racks.
It has long turquoise-blue enamel chimneys. The nickel finish,
with the bright blue of the chimneys, makes the stove very attrac
tive and invites cleanliness. Made with 1, 2 and 3 burners; the
2 and 3-burner stoves can be had with or without Cabinet.
g gEYm I3m5: ae sue yea OM af e seaw--se $a 5 *e .mi. a reds "mW Fs 1"dsea.e"
Sdealer everyhere; f not at yeers, write for Deacriptive Circular
to the mearet agecy of theb
Standard 0il Company
Trouble is the most obliging thing
Il the world. It will never dodge
the people who are looking for it.
Bwi"BAnT AxE" SnoEs
Much of the chronic lameness
In horses is due to neglect.
See that your horse is not al
lowed to go lame. Keep Sloan's
Liniment on hand and apply at
the first sign of stiffness. It's
wonderfully penetrating - goes
right to the spot - relieves the
soreness--limbers up the joints
and makes the muscles elastic
Here's the Proof.
Mr. G. T. Roberts of Resaca, Ga.,
R.F1.D. No. I. Box 4 ;, writes : - "I have
used your I.intment on a horse for swe&
ny and effected .i thorough cure. I al
so removed a apavin on a mule. This
spavn was as L.v c as a guinea egg. In
myestimation tlh hent remedy for lam..
seas and soleness is
Mr. H. M. Gibbs., of Lawrence, Kans.,
R.r.p. No. . wsrites:--"Your I.min
meet Is the best that I have ever used.
I had a mare nlth an absces- on her neck
sad one Soc. bottle of Sloan's I.iniment
eatirely cured her. 1 keep it around all
the time for ga;Is and small swellings
sad for everything about the stock."
n ill kill a spavin,
curb or splint, re
duce wind puffs and
swollen joints, and
is a sure and speedy
remt;edy for fistula,
Price 50c. and $1.00
seasa' beak a.
horses. rattle, shee
wad pomute e*S*
Dr. Earl 8. Sloan,
Moeton, sas., . L A.
"'BATTL Ax" Snors
Itanudy remi So Threat,t He AwoAh.
(,ss. Unescelid foe caueing the v -
tri. 5ef sf e50 ents putelf t bos.
sampL sint on sequest.
JOHN I. BROWN & SON, Boson, Mam.
Faith does more than defend old
facts; it makes new ones.
For HEADACHE--Hlick s' 'CAP& DINPI
Whether from Colds. Heat. Stomach or
Nervous Troubles. Capudlne will relieve ro'L.
It's iuid--pleasant to tkec timmedi.
ately. Try IL to, Xe. and fe at .. u.
The cephalic index of old Athenians
was a wee,, wee bit better than ours.
Cephalic index means volume of
brain. It is found by filling a skull
with peas and then measuring them.
Ancient Athenians have a few peas
on us. The Greeks never lusted bloo
shed like the Romans and some of
as moderns.-New York Post.
"So you don't like that crowing
"I haven't anything against the
rooster personally. But every time
he crows he rerminds me that I don't
like the people he belongs to."-Wash
TRIALS of the NE DEMS
IS NOT A C_
WiYT-b!RY D ELSE
STO ENIY THEN YOU ARENOT
|EELUNt WELL TP( A
:N N LIOO T QI 0kWA
A HA CTHESE ET
lP T4'' TAKE PAW
L!VER A O AMEAUST HEN ' _ . R F
IN .N'THINQ. iiNYOt3 PI# W LAX
A~TrvE PILLS KEEP YOU RIGIOT
uayea's Paw Paw Pills coax the liver
into activity by gentle methods. They do
not scour, gripe or weaken. They are a
tonic to the stomach, liver and nerves;
invigorate instead of weaken. They en
rich the blood and enable the stomach to
get all the nourishment from food that is
put into it. These pills containta no calo
mel; they are soothing, healing and stim
Sulating. PFor sale by all druggists in 10e
and 25e sltoe. If you need medical ad
Sice. writt Mtsnv-n's Doctors. They will
advise to the best of their ability abso
lutely tree of Charge. MUNYON'8. 8J
e ma Jeersea as.. a mbIelWii, Pa
IF YOU 11BB KI
Interesting Experiments With
Fresh Air Show How to Avoid
Mcatal and Mascular Fatigaue.
By D. F. Comstock, of the Massachksctta
lnstitute of Techmology.
While disclaiming all pretense tc
originality, I desire to call attention
to impo'tant facts that have been
generally neglected. I should not
venture to describe phenomena whict * 8
are so easily within the reach of ev. 1
ery one had I not found among peo
pie at large, and even among scien
tific men, a surprising ignorance a' b
to their existence.
It has been noticed by others that
deep violent breathing for sever. doe
minutes so changes the system as tc Ste
make respiration unnecessary for per
haps as much as five minutes aftet Be
this preparatory breathing is over. Ir
my own case I have found that fout old
minutes' enforced breathing makes it tho
possible to hold the breath for :i, ly
minutes, whereas -wi'hout this prepar He
ation 56 seconds was my limit. The tim
time during which it is possible to d( thr
wi:hout respiration increas's. o' but
course, with the length of time dur an!
ing which the preparatory breathin. way
is car;ied on. The increase? lots no Wt
go on indeinitely, but reaches hi
definite limit, beyond which firt he wh
length of time given to prpartor tin
treathing does not increase tl'e timt cut
during which the breath may be held w
The preparatory breathing is effe
tive long after the 'washing out' o
the lungs must have been com:tle'e'l Re
The change p:cduced in the sy:te w
is ror,ainly, therefore, more funda
mental t"an a lntg change, an an
would appear to a laymnn to indica'e bu
a tem;~ cary change in blcod c:net: is
The effe:t as a mental stimulant iE po
very prcnounced. I have noticed it al
my own case that menial fatigue ma\ 14
be postp3ned, far beyond the utua O
point, by two minutes cf rapid dt?e:
breathing at half.hour intervals. P sa
feeling of sluggishness or sleepines. pe
may be almost conipl'e ey dispelled.
have never nrtiiel any teaction as it
the case of nost s:imulants andl at lto
together it seems to me very satis W
The effect on muscular fatigue i
also strikinz. A dificnlt arm exer
cise with heavy weights which e
could not repeat under ordinary cir
cutm-tances mcre than twenty times at
I found after four minu:es of this
preparatory breathing that I coul
do twenty-seven times, i e., about 31
per cent. more. This increase
found to exist at all stages of fatigue
as might be exnected.
The pulse beat goes up very rapid th
ly while the breathing is continued t
in my own case from about 63 t(
106 after four minutes' breatbing.
Another curious effect which pet
haps is worth mentioning is the ap
parent rapid lapse of time doriny
the latter half of a hard breathint fa
period. This change it$ the time
sense is very noticeable. a:
As a mental stimulant, and as :
means to increase the time during
which the system can do withou
irespiration violent breathing milh' fa
find considerable useful application li
and daring res.'ues from suffocatiol
are common enaugh to make a knoA'l e,
a edge of this possiP'le threefold en w'
durance without air of no litt)
value.-New York World.
B Egg-Preserving Process. o
id Elggs six months old are said to rc
Lain their new-laid freshness wher
preserved by this process, adopted bI
a firm in the north of England: Act o
Sing on the theory that an egg de:.mt
i* pcses owing to the entrance of bac
u teria through the shell, the eggs, b. I
the new process of preservation, art
first disinferted and then immerse
o in a vessel of hot paraffin wax it a
t. a vVacrum. Ths air in the shell i
of extracted by the vacuum, and atmo
ll spheric pressure is then allowed tc(o
a. enter the vessel when the hot wa' t
a is pressed into the pores of the shel'
I. which thus hermetically seals it
1 .Evnpcraticn of the contents of the
egg, which has a harmful effect, i,
thereby prevented, ahd the egg A
"The planting cf t:ees in streets
and ptrblic spaces is a sure means o
increasing the healthfulness of
h town. as well as adding to its beauty
SButd." says a writer in Building World
"not aH trees are suitable for towr
planting; and in order to insure suec
cess, a nursery in which to grow tht
selected trees shotld be establisheC
in the neighborhood. I.ondon appear:
:o be well provided in this respect
The London County Council maiq
tains its own nurseries, and large
tracts of ground at Avery lliH ar
reserved for the rearing of younF
trees whose ultimate destinations art
Ithe various parks and public garden,'
of the metropolis."
Even the kitchen can boast itt
martyrs. Chief among these was Va
tel, the chief cook of Conde, who rar
himnself through the heart with
sword because the fish had not ar
rived in time for a banquet which hi'
'master was giving Lr.uis XIV. Vatel's
panegyric is to be found in the con
cluding volume of the "A!man'ch de.
GCourmands": "So ncble a death in
sures you. venerable shade, the most
glorious immortality! You have prov
ed that the fanaticism of honor car
exist in the kitchen as well as I:
the camp and that the suit and the
saucepan have also their Catos ant
o their Deciuses."
Every poor man Is ready to make
to fun of a rich ma, contends the At
i j chison Globe, or borrow money ol
l What a girl likes best, asserts s.<
Chicago News, is what she says sih
KIDNEY TROUBLE At
Sferetd TFe Yesr-RRsllvsd i Thm lo
-Mouth. Thahk ab PE-RU-NA. reasi
FI . have
O. B. ZER, Mt. Sterling, Ky.,sBys:
ee have sufftered with kidaey and
bladder trouibe for tea years past befo
"Last March I commenced using Woi
Perana and continued for three months. tor
I have not used it sines, nor have I felt Whi
a pa.3 tray
Tle fellow who is full of hot air "joy
doesn't always manage to get up con
Baby 81eepless With Awful Itching.
"When our baby was seven weeks
old he broke out with what we
thought Vas heat, but which gradual
ly grew worse. We called in a doctor.
He said it was ecsema and from that
time we doctored six months with
three of tie best doctors in Atchison
but he only got worse. His face, head
and hands were a solid sore. There
was no end to the suffering for him.
We had to tie his little hands to keep
him from scratching. He never knew
what it was to sleep well from the
time he took the disease until he was
cured. He kept us awake all hours b
of the night and his health wasn't
what you would call good. We tried B
everything but the right thing. al
"Finally I got a set of the Cuticura ye
Remedies and I am pleased to sa)
we did not use all of them until he
was cured. We have waited a year
and a half to see if it would return
but it never has and to-day his skin
is clear and fair as it possibly could
be. I hope Cuticura may save some
one else's little ones suffering and
also their pocket-books. John Leason,
1403 Atchison St., Atchison, Kan.,
Oct. 19, 1909."
A present onnoyance will try out
sainthood much better than a pros
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For COLDS and GRIP.
Hick's CAPUtDtmC Is the best remedr- a pt
Ilevee the aching and feverishness-etare
the Cold and restores normal condition.s It's th
liquid-effects Immediately. ia.Uo. and rA n(
at drug stores.
Many a girl's beauty is spoiled IN
by an ugly frame of mind. 1
Constipation causes and aggravates many
serious diseases. It is thoroughly cured by
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. The favorite
4 family laxative.
e The man with a hot temper doesn't
always make a warm friend..
All Tired Our. 4
Do you feel dull, occasionally-out of
sorts? Headaches and Dizziness? The
1' fault is either with your stomach or your
I The safe, sure and easy way to get rid `
of either trouble is to take Nature's Rem
1ry. Take an NR Tablet to-night-it will
n sweeten the stomach and regulate the
liver, kidneys and bowels. Easy-sure to
act. Get a 25c. Box. The A. H. Lewis
Medicine Co. St Louis, Mo.
Unity of aim is more than idenity
?: Buy "BATTLE AXE" ROES.
Sb aints seldom suffer from a sense
t of superiority.
t11 Orandmothers' Care feor Oaghs, erep
b is now found at all drug stores (Ie. a bottle)
r as Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of 8weet
Gum and Mullein. By all meuns the bet
e remedy for cnmptiosumption, whooping sough,
irt croup, oolds. Remedy has been tested lo
i S years and always gives satIsfaetio
to He who sets his sall to the winds
t of applause steers with his back to
a' the future.
GAVE UP HOPE.
Dean's Kidney Pills Cured When Doe.
MiErs. John H. Cole, 82 Arlington
St., So. Framingham, Mass., says:
"For years I was a martyr to kidney
trouble. One phy
o sician treated me
and then another,
t and it was thought
1I I would not live.
S I rallied from that
ic attack, but my
h back ached as if
ec it would break. I
was languid and
seemed a burden. Doan's Kidney
Pills helped me very promptly and it
Re was not long before I was cured. Now
are I enjoy perfect health and am with
n out an ache or pain."
SRemember the name-Doan's. For
' sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y.
You can never pray for another
it th your lips alone.
Ea rerybody in This Town
rar Is sick or will be some time with some of
Sthe diseases that Nature's Remedy (NR
ar tablets) will cure or prevent. If every per
son knew as much about Nature's Remedy
hi as I do, most of this sickness would be pre
el's vented. I want you to know about .a
on ture's Remedy. I want to send you free
at mi. expense a 10 day treatment that you
les may know just how good Nature's Remedy
in is for Constipation, Rheumatism, Dypep
osl a, Liver and Kidney Complaint, and why
Nature's Remedy is Better than Pills for
ov Liver Ills. All Drugists. Write me to
car day for free 10 days treatment. A. H.
1 Lewis, St. Louis. Mo.
the Some men come nearer proving
the devil when they argue on their
0C ogý shoe m.jr u'-'r, Pa hah, Ua "LA V~ (tMOji." HAlI R iIWIMM, Fuss *1.4, tsalI.
At a wedding breakfast the bachs
lors were called upcn to give their
reasons for remaining so.
The following were among them:
"I am like the frog in the fable,
who. though he loved the water,
would not Jump into the well 'because
he could not jump out again."
"I am too selfish, and honest
enough to admit it."
"I prefer, on the one hand, liberty,
refreshing sleep, the opera, midnight
suppers, quiet seclusion, dreams, ci.
gars, a bank account, and club to
on the other hand-disturbed rest,
cold meat, baby linen, soothing syrup,
rocking horses, bread pudding and
"I have a twin brother, and we
have never had a secret from one aa
other. He is mrr'ta.
Coming eVtlls t~t inear shadows
before them, for the New York
World, in the fining of a French avia
tor for reckless driving at Rheims.
What will be the speed limit for alt
travel? Will there be penalties for
"joy-riding" and a corps of flying
constables to make arrests?
e Copomd Clred er
Knoxville, Iowa.-"I sunered with
pains low down in my right side for a
year or more and was so weak and ner
vous that I could not do my work. I
wrote to Mrs. Pink
ham and took Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vege.
and Liver Pills, and
am glad to say that
Sr our medicines and
kind letters of di
i f rections have done
more for me than
anything else and I
hadi the best physi.
t clans here. I can
do my work and ret
well at night. I believe there is noth
ing like the Pinkham remedies. -
Mrs. CLARA FRANKS, B. F. D., No 8,
The success of Lydia E. Pinkbam's
Vegetable Compound, made from roots
and herbs, is unparalleled. It may be
used with perfect confidence by women
who suffer from displacements, infiam
mation, ulceration. fibroid tumors, ir
regularities, periodic pains, backache,
a bearing.down feeling, flatulency, indi
ston, dizziness, or nervous prostra
For thirty years Lydia E. Plnkham's
Vegetable Compound has been the
standard remedy for female ills, and
suffering women owe it to themselves
to at least give this medicine a trial
Proof is abundant that it has cured
thousands of others, and why should it
not cure you?
If yon want secda l advise wr
SMrs. Plnnkhan" Lynn, Mawl f-or" It.
It is free and always helpful. 1
If you will use the new labor-saving
"John Relly Hoe" this year you will
have a one-fourth larger crop with the
same labor as last year, or the same crop
S with one-fourth less labor.
THE HOE WITH THE
THE "JOHN REILY HOE"
- A- t aret or nY T dIN m mnCa FoS hI nm CO.
J. E. Adams, Etta, Mis., write:
It is a great labor and money sav. The
"turndown ears" are a big adat as
one can ho twice as much with one these
hoes as with the old style."
Yu dealer shoeM ba. thl es . Iit %w ilt to s.
THE JOHN REILY HOE CO.,
. NEW ORLEANS, U. S. A.
II | ,uI
$12 and $15 in Cottages
$17.50 Without Bath
and $21.00 With Bath
S. J. THIGPEN, Manager.
Brown's Wells, Miss.
"My father has been asuerer fro
headache for the last twety-five yearsand
never found any relief until be be
taking your Cascarets. Since he
begun taking Cascarets he has aevr had
thq headache. They have entirely cared
him. Caacarets do what you recommend
them to do. I will give you the privilege
of using his name."-E. M. Dickson,
120o Relner St., W. Indianapolis, Ind.
Pleasant. Palatable. Pmt. Tats od.
Do Good. Never Sicke . iWaksatO
.rc. oSE.r Nyver *oMI bla Ta
ain tablet stamped C C C. Omaraatod to
our or your mosoy beck.
A N F t"1 A 1"
PUTNAM FADELESS DY
Sob- ae m. d6. In o14 better Lb*D 557 c3
.«t d e ru ýt without rlw" apart. WAN per rt w boo--lb-Now to ýD s N~b aid > _ OOoom .dy InKO_ O S bete ( Co .a1N1
When You Think
Of the pal. which man womenoeaseeiease wits
moth it mkes the nteses sad ki d uee wr.lwa
ated with womehmood seem to be almost .
While is smeral so womn sbels againat what she va
ards as a matural aseessity there is am wors wo weld
not gladly be free from this rearraing period at
Dr. Pier'ee PFarv n Prre.erta masee
weak weae streag awd aftk weaee
well, ae gsree the beede. grn- pgal.
It ea~rtabsh eraegaarty, eewe W l aafN
nariea, heala okermle awd earem flt
asle we e.
Siek wome are invited to comult Dr. Pierce by letter,
fe. All eorrepodsoe strictly private ad sacredly -
conddetial. Write without fear and without fee to WOrld's Dispensary
lel Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Bloato, N. Y.
If you weut a book that teth sil about women's dieases, and how M
them at home, seed 21 on-c~ s stamps to Dr. Pierce to pay coot of
sat, sad he will seed you a fr copy of his great thousand-pae ill
Commos Sense Medicls Adviser-revised, up-to-dste edition, in paper
h hmadsome cloth-binding, 31 stamps.
Wor weak women, who suffer from women's ills, there is a
standard medicine of proven merit-CARDUI, the woman's
tonic. Cardui has been helping sick women for more than half
a century, and has come to be recognized as the first aid for
Letters come from all over the country, from women who
have used CARDUL They write to tell of the good that Cardai
has done to them. Their letters give good reasons why you
The Woman's Tonic
Mrs. Nellie Duncan, 1917 So. 11th St, St. Joseph, M,,.
writes: "If it will help some other woman, I am glad to send
you my testimony about CARDUL I had never been well sai
I came to womanhood, and suffered with female trouble until
I could scarcely get around. Four bottles of CARDUI have
done me more good than $25.00 of doctoring. I feel finse ad
don't have that awful pain in my head and ide. I can't praie
the CARDUI Home Treatment enough."
Try Carduai. It has helped others. It will help you.
At all druggists.
Gentleman (looking for rooms)
Md you ay a music teacher ooou
ies the next apartment? That can
not be very pleasant.
Landlady (eargerly)-Oh. that's
iothing. He has eleven dfildren, and
-hey make so much noise you can't
las- the ptipo.-Harper's Bawr.
Get a Raney Ca
Ind le as teach you bow to can the Yg1et Goods in the Wo
prove the best lav tmo t you evet made. Special induoemn -
rOW. Drop us a d uWAT.
TE &AAT CAhIt R COMIANT, Dt. 3, Tuensii. Aw-T.
Duggan's Boll Weevil Remedy
WILL INSURE A GOOD COTTON CROP
Should be used by every cotton plan'*e in the
Sanple. Cheap. Efective. Fuly demonstrated at Na
Mtss., last season. Write for particulars and r
One Gallon Diluted Treats 2 Acr
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treged to the XNOPLATOIIIC PST, the
thie al other aamteat ¢Uteratures, and the light
wkhL thmb - throw upon tbhe nolm
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