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Also the toadstool Is mightier than
After the showdown, the ability to
bluff is of very little consequence.
Cool weather at least reduces the
number of sport shirts on jxhibition
If a young man has genius, bard
work will bring it out and make It
People may be physically tit, but if
they have no imagination they are
None of the flattering things said
about its victims will ever make hay
A considerable quantity of idle cu
riosity is excused on the ground of
The dignity of man's wrist watch
depends on whether it is worn with
calloused palms or kid gloves.
There is a shortage of golf balls in
Germany. which ought to be good
news to the patriots at the front.
Europe is being called on to re
trench. Think of bow it will have to
detrench when peace is established.
The professional economists might
tell us what becomes of milady's old
hats, since she always has a new one
The premium on dollars in Europe
is not high enough to tempt the leis
urely American citizen to spend them
The supply of furs from Russia has
been cut off, but fortunately there
were plenty of summer furs already
It might be well if Europe could
send her art works as well as her
gold and securities to America for
People who used .o wear clocks on
their stockings might be the ones most
easily reconciled to wearing watches
on their ankles.
When the high-brow finds a little
Idle time on his hands he has some
thing to say about the poor quality of
The man who declares he dearly
loves work for work's sake is rarely
Insulted, but the average man believes
he is a liar just the same.
When a mule balks It is possible to
light a ire under him or twist his tall,
but when a gasoline motorboat balks
you signal for the life savers.
The leading movie actress who
would rather be a scrubwoman than
a film star probably won't And more
than 37.894 charladles willing to en
Somebody in Canada has invented
a revolving toothbrush that works by
water power. It will find a wide sale
as soon as everybody wears store
According to a statistician, there are
30.000 undertakers in the United
States. They are nedded in a country
where there are more than 5.000,000
" It is announced that the women in
Berlin live longer than the men. The
Berlin women. for one thing, keep
away from Novogeorglevk and other
Dimples are in style agatin, they tel
au We have known all along that
the plump girl would have her inning,
and the winter styles are going to be
all to the good for hes.
It is up to the little nitrltying bea
teria to restore as much naitrogen as
poaslble to the world's working suan
ply, since the war in Europe is uasing
up unheard of quantities.
This is said to have been a great
year for bablMes, the btrth rate being
sually large. They will be needed to
gn the gape made in the ranks of the
race by "civilised warfare."
Someone has discovered that there
are 5,000.000 hunters in this country
sad uggesta that they would mauke a
mighty good reserve army. But what
we want is men who can htt some
It is reported that a Western sant
hcrsethlef association is now devot
tag its acttrivtles to the potection of
antomobiles. Times chaa and anti
herethle associations chana with
Let those who will dispute as to
whether the tomato Is a vegetablo or
a fruit, tt need make so ditfereuee t
the ordinary man so long as he is able
to get all of tt he can eat oder
Aeeording to an archeologlist, the
andeleUts had elevators, labor unaoue,
pipe organs and fiats. Apparently
they had aerly all the modern crn
yeieeae a eaxcept submarlaes aad
street ear straps.
Thare are a good many reaotu
aoat abot ane nd wodertul dye
easeoyees A erlan reseae6
heoeists bt so ambhtos che-I
mad oa his ermdha ad est set
ohs empetitis just yet. There
wmidepa Wtet r umseamses T
-ss .n sm
RUSSIA AND ITALY TO
WAR ON BULGARIANS
THE ALLIES CONTINUE TO POUR
HORDES OF MEN IN BALKANS.
ITALIAN SHIPS TO NEAR EAST
ON OTHER WAR FRONTS
In France Heavy Fighting is in Prog
ress, While Russians and Germans
Hold Same Positions-Italhans
Claim Progress Against Enemy
Latest War News From the Front.
An imperial manifesto issued at Pe
trograd characterizes Bulgaria as the
"betrayer of the Slav cause" anI an
nounces that Russia draws the sword
Italy has declared war on Bulgaria,
following the example of Great Brit
ain and France, and an Italian squad
ron has left Brindisi for the near East,
presumably to participate in the block
ade of the Bulgarian coast on the
Aegean sea extending from the Greek
border to the mouth of the Maritza
river, a distance of about sixty miles.
These ships might be utilized also
in assisting the British and French in
covering the landing of more troops
at Enos and possibly in reducing the
Bulgarian port of Dedeaghatch, the
terminus of the railway line leading
northeastward to Adrianople, Euro
Whether the allies who landed at
Enos are intended to enter the Serbian
campaign direct or will be thrown
northward to combat any attempts by
the Turks to move westward into the
new zone of fighting, or whether they
will be started eastward to menace
the head of the Gallipoli peninsula or
the road to Constantinople has not
been permitted to become known.
Major General Sir Ian Hamilton has
been relieved of the command of the
British forces in the Dardanelles and
called home to make a report to the
war office on the Gallipoli campaign.
He is to be succeeded by Major Gen
eral Charles Carmichael Monro, an of
ficer who has seen wide service.
The Dardanelles operations have
not been as fruitful of results as the
British war office and the people of
England would wish, and of late there
had been much criticism because of
the failure of the land and sea forces
to make progress that seemed ma
terial to the ultimate aim of the ex
pedition which was to reach Constan
Another Important incident on the
British side of the war is the resigna
tion from the cabinet of Sir Edward
Carson, the Ulster leader, who was ap
pointed attorney general last May on
the formation of the coalition minis
try. Disagreements are reported to
have arisen between Sir Edward and
other members of the cabinet and his
resignation, it was said. had been in
the hands of Premier Asquith for some
Anglo-rench forces, sjut about the
time of the outbreak of hoetilities be
tween Serbia and Bulgaria, were hus'
rled northward from Saloniki to Glev.
geli, which is directly south of Stru
mitsan Apparently they are carrying
out the previous reported plan of in
vading Bulgaria, in addition to assist.
ags Serbia in holding back the Bul
Special dispatche from Nish est.
mate the Teutonic losses in the Senr
blan campaign up to the present as
25,000 killed and 60,00 wounded. It
Is declared in thee advicem that a
German army which attempted to turn
the Serbian right wing at 8emendria
was driven into the marshes on the
Danube, near the 8emendrian fortress.
H-avy reinforcements ;or the Ger
mans in the Posarevac section are re
ported on the way.
Great Britain's declaration f war
on Bulgaria has been followed by a
declaration of a blockade of the Bau
garian ports on the Aegean sea, a
stretch of about eighty miles, extend
ing from Baritchahan. OGreece to unos,
European Turkey. The seaports af
fected include Dedeaghatch, Porto
Lagos, Maronia and Mecrl. Neutral
vessels were given forty-eight hours
to leave the blockaded area. An order
of the vice admiral of the Eastern
Mediterranean squadron of the allied
fleets announced the blockade, wLlob
was etffective from Saturday eversnlg
In the western theater of war a vip
orous countoer attack delivered by the
PrenMe in the Vosges enabled them to
recapture all their positions on the
summit of Hartmaas-Wellerkopt, n
oording to the latest oftlcial statement
from Paris. The arench laim also to
have taken a emall fort previously oo
euptied by the Germans. An ofical
statement from Berlin eltaims that the
German attack made with the object
of improving the Teutonie positions at
BZartmansWelerLopt was eatinel
successtul, the oppostg forces saffe
tag severe losses.
Hard fighttng has been in mprs
on all the important battle fronts, the
latest otflelal reports show, not the
ilst desperate engagements havrtia
been ought tn SrMbia where the Tea
tenSe tnvasion deelared by Deits
to be maklug furthe progress.
The allied forces from Saloal have
begi opmeations agatnst the Bulgar
am with iezpeeted sel, and alreed
the sekl-AIe eh forces have
pmetmta ianto Blgari trrutoq
-et aerth o the Greek boLndary and
ar a·bcls the algarsa oteegahed
BIRD LAW YIOLAfl
DISTRICT INSPECTOR KOPMAN
FORWARDS EVIDENCE TO BIO.
SEASON OPENS NOVEMBE
Hunters Are Advised to Write or
Upon the Conservation Commi
sion and Secure Copies of
the State Law.
lvidence; against Felix Marcotte Jr..
2517 1,aharpe street, for violating the
migratory bird Law. was forwarled by
District Inspector Koprnan to the
tlological Survey in \Washingtlon. Mar.
cotte had killed two V, ilson or jack
snipe in the outskirts of the city.
Thie government is using every
means possible to keep hunters prop
erly informed and warn them against
violation, as a strict enforcement of
the law uuring the remainder of the
closed season will be maintained. As
the State Conservation Commission is
also proceeding actively against all
violators, the gunner who transgresses
the law will be very likely to find him
self in trouble. Rabbits, deer and
squirrels are the only kind of game
that will be in season during October.
The duck, snipe, rail, poule d'eau, and
goose shooting season will begin No.
vember 1. No other kind of birds, ex
cept a few outlaws, can be killed be
fore that date. Field larks, robins,
woodpeckers and other non-game
birc:s. including all the small species,
are protected at all times. Hunters
are advised to write to the Conserva
tion Commission, or call at the office,
New Orleans Court building and se
cure copies of the state law and to
write or call on the district inspec
tor. migratory bird law, 614 South
street, New Orleans, for copies of the
federal law. The game laws may be
had also at A. Baldwin & Co., and at
A. Vittur & Co., 307 St. Charles street.
TOLD IN A FEW LINES.
Major W. G. Caples, in charge of
the United States Engineer Corps,
said that his department had $100,000
available for work on the levees be
low New Orleans. This sum, with ap
propriatilons from the levee districts,
will do for the repairs to the levgs
on the east bank as far south as B6
hernia, and on the west bank as far
south as Socola canal. Maj. Caples
expects to have the work completed by
the first of January, 1916.
The New Orleans lines are consider.
Ing the great winter race meeting, to
open here January 1, and run fifty-stix
days, as one of the cty's biggest at
tractions for the coming season, and
passenger officials state that they ex
pect record-breaking crowds, made up
of rome of the leading people of the
North and Neat to come South for the
A benefit for the storm suferers
will be given on October 2 In the
Gold room, Grunewald Hotel, New Or
leans Bridge, five-hundred and lottb
will be played during the afternoon.
Handsome prises for aeh table have
been donated. The proceeds will be
used towards supply implemets and
needed material for men to reeume
their work and support their families,
The tabulation of the separate re
turns from the glinners for the Septem
ber report shows that there were 727
bales of cotton, oounting round as half
bales, ginned in Grant parish from the
crop of 1915 prior to September 25,
1915. This compares with 3175 bales
ginned prior to September 25, 1114.
The Victor (il Company has leased
a tract of land on the Houssiere-La
trelle property In the Jenninga oil
field, and the actual drilling has be
gun. The well that is being drilled
is in the vicinity of some of the wells
which were heavy producers in the
best days of the Jennings ol field.
The Colatx High School reoelved a
consignment of books to be added to
the school library. The purchase of
these books was made possible by a
donation of $30 from the Progressive
School Leasgue, which was dupllcated
by the Parish 8Shool Board.
A ten-mill tax has been voted at No
ble in aid of the agricultural schooL
Not a dissentin vote was east
Ihe town of Mermentau suffered I
disastrous fire eaustng a $25,000 los.
Origin of the blase is unknown
The Elia plantatlon, conasting o
470 cres, the property of the Iber
vtlle Bank Trust Company of Plaque
mine, has been sold to W. O. Karn, o,
At a meetiung of the board of dire
tore of the Hlbernia Bak and Tru
Company of New Or ni It was We
solved by the Mboard that the trusnt dr
partment of the beak was athorerd
to handle the Angle.Preah beads a
also the beads of the thitrd Germ.
J. G. Boyle is expected to arrive in
the city shortly from DeKalb, Ill.,
with his family, and will make his
home here. He and J. G. Fessler hav~
been awarded a gas franchist, which
was ratified by the voters of the city.
Work will conlltencen on the plant
shortly, and more than il $1,i,i00 will
be invested in th. linterprilst. With
the gas plant, the ('alcasient river
bridge, and the new $ 5.'ii high
sclhool iutlal:u:t Ilpproved bhy the vo
ters, the city \. natve work of a pltb
lie and semi-pulllic· nature a olll ntil
s nore thain $ i.-, itli in progrs, this
winter and is xt :ýl.rp m..
The Pointe-a-la.liache section of
laquemines parish is vitally interest
d in the lvev-i crisis. In the first
place, tne gov'rniilent has made a
contract for two miles of stalidard
Irvep from the courtlhouse to Cosse.
with the new line to i loatid 1-11
feet from the edges of the river. That
,would nic.smitat-. the diist'rct on or
retuioval of fromn ten to siftlti-r build
ines. some of tlhei. slhbst;ntial rest
dences. The La.n Itorgie Levi.e
Itoiardl is anxious to save tthe homeis,
and if thllere is no other nay" it prob
ably will pay the, cost of their removal.
In that case it asks that time and op
portunity be given, with the return
pledge that the work will be done as
expeditiously as possible. The task
w:11 involve several thousand .dollars.
Letters are being mailed by Secre
tary Leon Locke of Lake Charles. call
ing the attention of the members of
the Inland Waterway League to an
nual meeting in Houston, November 5
and 6. Reduced rates have been
granted on all roads. Prominent men
will address the convention, and spe
cial entertainment by the city of Hous
ton is offered, including boat trip down
the ship channel and adjacent waters,
complimentary luncheon at the Rice
Hotel and complimentary tickets to
all carnival attractions.
New Orleans is storm-proof, all
right. Louisiana crops are storm
proof. But out of millions of people
and millions of acres of crops some
body and something were bound to
get hurt in a wind and rain of rec
ord intensity and wildespreet. area. New
Orleans and Plaquemines parish were
compelled to pool their issues in or
der to supply the survivor who was
probably in the hardest luck, although
he is still undaunted and is grateful
to be spared to start life all over
The Ouachita parish Democratic e2
ecutive committee met at Monroe and
fixed rules to govern the selection of
parish candidates at the primary elec
tion next January. A committee was
appointed to draw up a resolution con
in the practice of voters in par
ticipa gs in Democratic primaries and
not supporting .he party nominee in
the general election. The resolution
is to be presented at the next meet
ing of the committee which will be
held October 23.
Dr. J. N. Thomas, superintendent of
the Louisiana Hospital for the Insane
in Pineville, accompanied by Assistant
State Engineer Gervals Lombard and
several assistants, west to the scene
of oper. tions where it Is proposed to
construct the new levee on Red rive
around tne asylum farm for the pue
pose of making inspections and run
ning the lines preparatory to begin
ning the actual work of construcion.
Mayor Grouchy of Baton Rouge
announced the following appointment
of delegates to the Louisiana Good
Roads Conference which is to be held
in Alexandria October t29 and 30. Jo
seph Ramlres, chairman of the deleg
tion; Engene Casedessus, Solon Farrn
bacher, King H. Knox, Louis Mayer.,
Anthony Doherty, George P. MeNeal,
W. M. Barrow, Otto Paulsen and Ike
The Louisliana Assoelation of the
Veterans of the Spanish-American
War is making preparations for the
ball to be given November 20 at the
Woodmen of the World hall in 8t
Charles street, New Orleans.
The Frankllnton Democratic exe~o
tive committee at a meeting set Tou
day, January 925, for the first prlmary,
and February 29 for the second pri
mary, correspondinr wilth the Dre
cratic state primary.
ILouistana will produce crope of corn
and rice this fall well noove the avere
age, according to the statistics of the
ofieme of Commissioner of Agricullture
Frank Olano, the te.-year-old son of
Mr. and Mri. shas. Olano, of Bam
town, died iafter a brief illness of acute
indigestion occasioned by ating gree
Dr. 3. H. Knox, a graduate veteri
nary surgeon, formerly of Toronto,
SCanada, has located In Donaldsonville
for the pratice of his profession.
SThe Alqandria Chamber of Com
more has appointed a committee com
Sposed of the following members to so
Slicit stock subsecriptions to the propoe
ed barge line in Red river between
New Orleans and Shreveport; J. L
Pitta. AL W. Wettermark, B. F. Thomp
I sea. M . Weisl, Geerge Ba a nd
W. D. Wadley.
I Colmbus Day was regularly obeer
I *4 at Napoleoaville with approprite
I em~sres in all the pullis eeal ed
OALOMEL SICKENS! IT SAl IVATES!
00N'T STAY BILIOUS, CONSTIPATED
I Guarantee "Dcdson's Liver Tone" Will Give You the Best Liver
and Bowel Cleansing You Ever Had-Don't Lose a Day's Work!
Calomel makes you sick; you lose a '
day's work. ('atln ,el is quicksilver
and it salivates; calomel injures your i
If you are bilious, feel lazy, sluggish
and all knocked out, if your bowels
are constipated and your bead aches
or stomach is sour, Just take a spoon
ful of harmless I edson's Liver Tone
instead of using sickening. salivaiung
calome-l. Dodson's Liver Toneo is real 1
liver mnedicine You'll know it next
morning because you will wake up
feeling fine, your liver v. ill be work
ing. your he oadache and dizz;i.c, ss gone.
your stomach will hen sa ret and yolur
bowels regu:lar. You will feel lik",
working. You'll be cheerful; full of,
vigor and ambition. 4
Your druvgist or denier setIs you a
50-cent brittle of Dodson's 1Liver Tonto
The nio tal'' lI! t ei:L- to r in tli u;s
tIhe slowe tr thy 111le, .
A HINT TO WISE WOMEN.
Don't suMfer tortur' when all female
troubles will vanish in thin air after usrng
"Femenina." Price 50c and 1 tuo.-Adv.
Miss Ida \'ornon, who is now past
seventy-two years of age, has been
on the stage for i;e years.
Magic Washing Stick
This le something new to housewivese
something they have wanted all their lives,
but never (could get be-fore. It makes it pos
'lble to do the Ieaviesrt, harlest washing in
less than one-thalf the time it took by old
methodls, and it eliminates allrubbing and mus
ecnlar effort. No washing meachine is neeIded.
Nothing but this simple ittle preparation,
which is als.olutely hrmlness to Ie fisest fabrcs
white, colore-I or weo,'en. It makes the
hardest task of the we,.k a pleasant pastime
a delightful occupatiou. You wilI be del
lighted at tlhe c'leanr, spotleas. lrow-white
clo,thes that ,come ot of tlhe rinsirng wacer,
and all withol t any effort onl your part. The
Magie Washing Stick does Sil-rand remember,
without injuery to the most delicate gols,
colored or white, woole'ns. b;ankets. lace cur
tails, etc. Celontains no acti-, no alkR ales, no
poisonouus lnetredlients to make its use dan
gerous. IS washings 25 tesnts
Sold by all Druglgists and Grocers every
where. If yours doesn-l't handle it. Shiow iim
this ad.-he'll get it for you. Or send I5e in
stamps to t L SICIIDOS CO. Sermas Teas. -Adv.
"When a person once gets started on
the downward path he rarely ever
stops until he strikes the bottom,"
said the speaker who was pleading for
"That's right," interrupted a mem
ber of his audience, who was swathed
in bandages and who walked with a
crutch. "I know from experience."
"Ah!" exclaimed the speaker, "here
is an example of my assertion. Pray,
my good man, would you tell me what
was the cause of your downfall?"
"Really, I don't know," was the re
ply. "It might have been trouble with
my carburetor or my gasoline may
have run out. All I know is that my
engine stopped on me 4,000 feet above
Planned to Reciprocate.
'Well, what can I do for you, Sam?"
asked Jones as the colored waiter who
usually served him at the restaurant
entered the office.
"I got a chance to change mah p'st
tlio, boss. Kin yo' say a good word
fo' me? Say I'se hones' an' sich?"
"I know, of course, that you're a
good waiter, Sam, but how do I know
"Well, jes' say yo' think I'e hones'.
"All right, Sam; anything to oblige
"Thank yo', boss, thank yo' very
much. When yo' come ovah tomor
row be sure to sit at mah table. I'll
give yo' a short check."-Pathflnder.
HARD ON CHILDREN
When Teacher Has Coffee Habit.
"Best is best, and best will ever
live." When a person feels this way
about Postum they are glad to give
testimony for the benefit of others.
A school teacher down in Miss. says:
"I had been a coffee drinker since my
childhood, and the last few years it
had injured me serionusly.
"One cup of coffee taken at break
fast would cause me to become so
nervous that I could scarcely go
through with the day's duties, and this
nervousness was often accompanied
by deep depression of spirits and heart
"I am a teacher by professilon, and
when under the influence of coffee had
to struggle against crossness when in
the school room.
"When talking this over with my
physician, he suggested that I try
Postum, so I purchased a package and
made it carefully according to diree
tions; found it excellent of favour,
"In a short time I noticed very grat
fying effects. My nervousness disap
peared, I was not irritated by my pu
pils, life seemed full of sunshine, and
my heart troubled me no longer.
"I attribute my change in nealth and
spirits to Postum alone."
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
Postum comes in two forms:
Poetum Cereal-the original form
must be well boiled. 15c and 25c pack
Instant Poetum-a soluble powder-
dissolves quickly In a cup of hot we
ter, sad, with cream and sugar, makes
a delicious beverage Instantly. 3Oc
and 50c tins.
Both kinds are equally delicious and
eat about the same per cop.
heke's a eamsa" tfor Postm.
-sot by Qrsear.
under my person:al ruaran'-e '!.at it
will cleau y( ur aslot: .h It. ,r btter
than nai.ty calot,i, i; t ' on ' t la..t ou1
sick and you can '-at any!'i ;:g you
want without b,-ing saliva',.d Vour
druggist guarantr .s that ouc s. nful
will start your liver, cl an .::· owels
and straighten you up by n. ruing or
you can have your money b~ck. ('hil
dren gladly take DIodson'a v.i cr Tone
because it is plsasaut ta..'ing and
doesn't gripe or cramp or n,ake them
I am selling mil!lons of bottles of
Dodson's .liver Tone to p, pile who
havo found that this pleasant, vege
table. liver medicinte takes the place
of danceirous calom-,l. IBuy one, bottle
on my sound. rhli.abl' guarantee Ask
your druggist or stork eper about me.
"I saw a lr° .'- t or !:I'' remove
thirty var'd of rihhbo,;. ,Iurt. it plumes
andti s'v. n hucl1's from a hat."
"Eno neh nta4! tall i lo trimn it nicly.'"
commnentt the party of thy;' feminine
And Suffered Dreadfully From
Headache, Backache and Diz
zineu. Says Now That
Women Are Foolish
To Suffer and
New Augusta, Miss.-In relating her
experience, Miss Irene II. ('raft, of
this town, says: "I have been troubled
for a right smart while with female
weakness. I was irregular . . . and
was down in bed about all the time.
I had chills and fever w ith these trou
bles for at least a yoar. and a great
deal of dizziness, headache and back
When I was sick at each month, I
had to stay in bed all the time, be
cause my back would ache and my
head would swim so that I would al
most faint if I stood on my feet.
I endured this for about three years.
Finally, I began to doctor with a doc
tor. He did not help me much. Then
he recommended Cardul, and I began
to take it. I took about one bottle and
felt much better. I have taken a whole
lot now, and feel just all right. I have
no backache, headache, or dizziness
I think women are foolish to suffer
when they can take so helpful a ream
edy as Cardul, and I surely praise It to
If you suffer from any of the ailments
so common to women, why not give
Cardul a trial?
Such earnest statements as the
above speak for themselves, and we
receive thousands of similar ones
Your druggist sells Cardual. Get a
bottle today. Pull directions lt every
A Friendly Tip.
Fogge-I wonder what makes my
I eyes so weak?
Boggs-I don't know-unless it's be
I cause they are in a weak place.
CURED OF PELLAGRA;
WOMAN IS SO HAPPY
Ratlif, Miss.-Ida Creel, of this place,
I writes: "I am eqoying fine health, bt
ter than I have is years. My weight is
116; when I began taking your treatment
it was 6s. I sure can praise your treat
ment; can eat anything I want and it
don't seem to hurt me."
There is no longer any doubt that psi
lagr can be cured. Don't delay until it
is too late. It is your duty to eoalt the
The symptosbhands red like aumbors,
skin peeling off, sore month, the af
throat and tongue a flaming red, with
much mucus and choking; indigestioa sad
nausea, either diarrhoea or eonstipatioam.
There is hope; get Banghn's big Flee
book on Pellagra ad learn about the
remedy for Pellagra that has at last bea
found. Address American Compounding
Co., box 2068, Jasper, Ala., remembering
money is refunded in any case where the
remedy fails to eure.-Adv.
"How did you get away from that
"By throwing dust in his eyes."
Hew Is Your Uver
If year Ilver is taetive you wll be
billous, dizzy, have headaches, bed
breath, pimples, etc. One BOND'S
LIVER PILL at bed time will cure
these troubles promptly. They are
small, mild, safe and inexpeneive. If
your dealer will not supply you, send
p e to Bond's Pharmacy Co., Little
Rock, Ark. Adv.
A college education will not always
enable a man to keep the dandruff
from his coat collar.
toe ,an rid yourself of that cold tn
the had by taking Lazative Qulnidme
Tablets. Price 25c. Also ned ta
cases of La Grippe and icr severe
Aitatist Is the satidote ar stae