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VERY LOUD SOMETIMES.
Tom-Is that heiress a good con.
Dick-My boy, money always talks.
A Sick Man
Writes Dr. Hart.
writes me: "I
was greatly in
terested in your
ing the Kauff
man" case of
of the kidneys.
of his. case ex
my condition. I
am sure if Pe
SL Nm mM. D. runa cured him
as yoE say, it
would cure me also. I am losing
Sesh rapidly and the doctors say I
have every symptom of Bright's dis
ease of the kidneys. If you think I
would be benefited by Peruna I will
eertalnly try some as the doctors have
practically given me up, the same as
they did him."
In reply I wish to say, first, that I
never make any promises as to what
Perna will cure. No physician can
make positive statements of that sort.
I can say this much, however, if I
were in your place I should certainly
give Peruaa a trial. I know of no
other remedy that would be so likely
to be of use to you in your, present
oonditlon as Peruna. Take a table
spooatul before each meal and at bed
time. Coatinue this for two or three
weeks and then If there is anything
you wish to ask me further write me
and I will give your letter prompt at
If I find that the Peruna is not
helping you I will be perfectly frank
and tell you so, for I would not have
you take Peruna unless it was really
helping yoa. But it has rescued so
many eases of kidney disease that I
am quite comfdent you will find it ex
actly suited to your case.
Kidney disease begins with catarrh
of the kidneys. Peruna is a catarrh
remedy. Unless the destruction of the
kidneys is already too great Peruna
relieves the catarrh and the cause of
the kidney disease is removed.
I shall anxiously await a report of
your case. Remember, all letters are
sacredly confidentiaL I never use any
gas's name or address without his
writtem consent. My correspondence
is absolutely private.
Pa-ru-aa. Man-a-lin and La-cu-pia
,asnfaetared by the Pe-ru-na com
pany,. Columbus, Ohio. Sold at all
0NT iteC e-May persons loquire
J g O/ I-tm Perusa. They want the
tba t heir Ptather sand Mothers used
Stake. The old Peraus is now called a
I your druggist or dealer does not
t sale write the Katarno Company,
, Ok. aed they will tell you all
81oea' Liniment gives
quai relief for cough, cold,
croup, asthnu, bay fever
Ma, ALsrr W. Pamc,ef Fredonaa,
Earm., rit; "We use Sloan's UAi
mmt i the family and afind it an e
eel)nt for oolds and bay fever
atees. It stope eouan ad sae
se mass tassuonUy.
IEZVmD SORE THROAT
Man L. BaRswx, of ModelloFIa.,
wrte: " I bought onea bottle of your
aiseat ad itdid mecall the good In
b world. My throat was verr sore,
sdi4 eed of m troebley
CGOOD OR 00LD AND QCOUP.
ML W. H. natos, S321 Emwood
Aveae. Chiaso, Ill, wrttes: "A lt
tie boy naest door ad eroup. I gave
the motmhr Sloeen's Laiment to try.
be gave bhm threo dropm on sgar
beforeotg to bed, and hbe gt up
withoe- theewo~ I tha morning."
/ O ar Dsoebyowase
BUND SPOT IN EVERY EYE
It Is Located Just at the Point Where
the Optic Nerve Cen
In every eye there is a little spot
that is totally blind. Young eyes, old
eyes, sharp eyes, dull eyes, blue,
brown or black eyes-all of them,
even the most perfect, have, in each
retina, a little round spot which is
wholly tr:ind both to brightness and
color. This spot is located just at the
point where the optic nerve centers,
and is approximately one-twelfth of
an inch wide. Several interesting ex
periments can be made to prove the
presence of this blind spot. For ex
ample, cover the right eye with the
hand or a bandage and gaze with the
left steadily at a point on the wall or
screen about seven feet distant. Let
another person be seated against the
wall on your left-hand side, in such
a position that his forehead is on a
level with the point at which you are
gazing, and his nearer cheek about
twenty inches distant from it. Do not
turn your eyeball, but gaze steadily
as at first, and his face will entirely
disappear, and the wall will seem to
be 'perfectly blank. If you spread a
sheet of paper on the wall and note
the points at which a pencil moved
back and forth by another person ap
pears and disappears, you will be able
to make an accurate map of the blind
spot as projected on the wall. An.
other experiment is performed by
painting nine large letters in three
vertical columns of three letters each,
upon a sheet of paper at such a dis
tance and in such a position before
the eye that the central letter of the
square falls within the blind spot,
while the surrounding eight letters
are still visible.-Christian Herald.
RUSKIN A GREAT TEACHER
Knew How to Lead the Child, Youth
and Mature Man and
What a teacher Ruskin was! He
gave himself to those who came, en
tering keenly into'the young delight
in the perception of new truths and
beauty, knowing how to take the
learner step by step as he saw the
way ahead. He charmed all with his
inimitable style even when he spoke
to the humblest in the guild of St.
To the sensitive, impressionable
nature of childhood he came with a
flood of artistic criticism that made
us yearn to draw and paint, to depict
the delicate tracery of tree stems or
catch the varied tints of mountain,
lake, pr cloud; while his scorn for
careless unconscientious artwork
drove us to strive for the best.
To the growing youth he brought
such a keen perception of moral beau.
ty as made us desire to realize some
noble ideal in life, to enter seriously
some pursuit with a pure love of do
inl beautiful work; yhile his con
tempt for machine-made articles of
poor finish taught us to value those
noble craftsmen of all ages who took
infinite pains with all that was worth
To our ripening manhood and wom
anhood he opened the ideals of unsel
fish life, where all might let their
hearts delight in the labor of their
hands and none should toll with suf
fering for a miserable pittance; while
his prophetic denunciations of the
hideous conditions prevailing in our
large manufacturing districts made
us earnestly seek to probe these
sores and find their cure.-Theosoph
Gas at Small Expense.
In some parts of Holland the farm
ers have taken the hint from nature,
and as the result have their own gas
plants. On the drained marshy land,
below the sea level, natural gas is
quite plentiful and plants have been
installed to put it into practical use.
The installation comprises a well,
into which water from the soil fll
ters, with a gas generator placed
therein, this extracting the gaseous
properties from the water and con
ducting them to a reservoir containing
a supply for the house. The gas thus
obtained provides all the wants for
cooking, heating and lighting in the
house or any other part of the farm
yard. After the plant is once install
ed, which is at a small expense, the
cost is absolutely nothing, and the
quality of the gas is said to be par- 1
"Devils of Diplomacy."
French papers say that the Italians,
successors to Machiavelli, are "very
devils of diplomacy." and in coming to
an understanding with Turkey have
left no end of trouble for that un
happy country. These papers say that I
the Italians have not spared to sow
the seeds of discord between the
Arabs of Tripoli and the Turks, that
the Arabs have long been distrustful
of the Turkish troops and have threat
ened to slaughter them to the last
man if they attempt to leave the
country to its enemies, and that the
government at Constatinople will
hardly know how to withdraw its lit
tle army from Africa.
Rebuking "Dizzy." t
Sir William Frazer records with I
pride his own readiness in quoting
the saying of one of Disraell's heroes
to "Dizzy" himself, together with the
pleasure "Dizzy" took in being sc
quoted to. "Sitting next to him at
Lord Shrewsbury's, cigars were hand
ed round after dinner. He shook h!.
head, and turning to me, sai, 'The
grave of love.' I replied. "'Tobacce
is the tomb of love," said Egremcnt
holding up a cigar.' He looked ve:
much pleased, and said, apologitse
I thought the remark was original.'
DEPENDS ON HEALTH
When your baby is cross and fret
tal instead of the happy, laughing lit
tie dear you are accustomed to, in all
probability the digestion has become
aisarranged and the bowels need at.
tention. Give it a mild laxative, dis
Lel the irritability, and bring back
the happy content of babyhood.
The mother should make sure that
the laxative used contains no opiate
¢q narcotic drug. A mild, pleasant.
ftsting, harmless laxative like Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is ideal for
children because of its natural corn
loasition and gentle action. A small
dose of Syrup Pepsin at bedtime will
bring easy, certain relief next morn
4g, and with no distressful griping or
t.her discomfort. You can get Dr.
,aldwteib Sy-rp Pepsin at any drug
utore. Your name and address on a
astal to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 203 West
$t., Monticello, Ill., will bring a free
itlal bottle by return mail. Adv.
Puts Job In Second Place.
A Humboldt rancher returned from
y year's trip through the east to fina
Tat a one-time neighbor of his, a
tnan noted for his perfect patience,
had been having a siege of bad luck.
Upon hearing the news he immediate
ly sought out the neighbor to condole
"Well, John," he said, after greet
ings had been exchanged. "I hear
you lost all of your timber through
the forest fires."
The other man nodded.
"And they say that the river cut
of your best bottom land; that your
hogs all died of cholera; that your
wife and children had been sick, and
that they have now foreclosed the
mortgage on your other place.
John nodded again. "Yes, it's all
true," he said, looking about him at
what had once been his prosperous
farm, "all true. Why, sometimes I get
almost discouraged."-Ladies' Home
AWFUL ECZEMA ON FACE
Freeland, Md.-"Baby's eczema
started in little spots and would burst
and run all over his' face and wher
ever the water would touch his face,
it would make another sore.', Pimples
would break out and make his face
sore and inflamed, and he was very
cross and fretful. It was awful. He
suffered tortures from it, and we had
to tie mittens on his hands to keep
him from scratching. A friend of mine
told me of the Cuticura Soap and Oint
ment and I went to a drug store and
"When we would bathe his face with
the Cuticura Soap and apply the Cuti
cura Ointment, he would be much bet
ter. He would wake up in the nights
and cry with his face and we would
put on some of the Cuticura Ointment
and then he would rest all night. They
have cured him completely of the
eczema." (Signed) Mrs. Harry Wright,
Mar. 21, 1912.
Cuticura osap and Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Address
post-card "Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston."
Fable for Borrowers.
An Arab went to his neighbor and
said: "Lend me your rope."
"I can't," said the neighbor.
"Why can't you?"
"Because I want to use the rope
"For what purpose?" the other per
"I want to tie up nve cubic feet of
water with it."
"How on earth," sneered the would
be borrower, "can you tie up water
with a rope?"
"My friend," said the neighbor, "Al
lah is great and he permits us to do
strange things with a rope when we
don't want to lend iL"-Boston Eve
No Broken Parts.
During the progress of the morning
bath of a few months old infant a lit
tle neighbor girl came into the room
carrying a doll and stood watChing
the operation for some time. The lit
tie girl's doll was much the worse for
hard usage, being minus an arm and
a leg. Finally she said to the mother
of the child:
"How long have you had your
The child was informed, and, look
ing from her doll to the baby, she
"My, but .you have kept it nice."
His Turn Next.
Little Boy (who has just seen his
mother dismiss the servant for staying
away from home the previous night
five or six hours without leave):
Mamma, wasn't it very wrong in Mary
to stay out so late?
Mamma (indignantly)-Yes, Char.
lie, and very impudent, too, she was.
But I won't keep such a person in my
Little Boy-When are you going to
If yr appetite is not what it should be
perhaps Malaria is developina. It affects
the whole system. OXIDLIE will elear
sway the aeru, rid you of Malaria sad
generally improve your condition. Adv.
The only way to cure a man of bach
elerhood is to feed him to a desilgning
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NEITHER HAYSEED NOR ANGEL
But There Need Be Little Question 3
That Young Lady Had Much
Across the line on the Kansas side 3
where- the study of agriculture is
compulsory, one of the high school
girls took home her monthly report
card and proudly annotnced:
"I took the l'ghest grade in the
class in history, English literature
"That's all very well," replied her
father, critically examining the card.
"but how about this grade in agricdl
"Oh, well," explained the daughter,
"I'm no hayseed!"
A little farther down a deportment 4
grade, not altogether satisfactory, ap
"And how do you account for this a
grade in deportment?" he inquired. c
"I'm no bloomin' angel, either,"
she replied.--mansas City Star. a
KISSED HER OFTEN.
Carrye-He had the audacity to
Her Mother-Of course you were'
Carrye-h! yes, mamma. evey
Accepts the Rebuke.
A resident of an English city has
made himself a marked man by in
sisting on saying "nought" instead of
"0" when he calls a telephone aum
her having ciphers in it. The tele
phone operator usually corrects him t
when he says "three double nought"
by saying "Three double 0." The I
other night he called, up central and
said, "Hello," and the girl replied:
"Hell-nought." He accepted meekly
the "quiet rebuke."--Spriagbeld R
"You give up too easily. Why don't
you get a grip?"
"It's the other way. The grip's got
A greet majority of stmmsr ills ae
due to Malaria in sppnresed form. Las
situde and beedaches are but two smp
toms. OXIDINE eradicates the Malara
serm and tones up the entire systim. Adr.
"What's your objection to labor
"It won't work."
Red Cross Ball BShe gves doable value
for your money, goes twice as far as as
other. Ask your grmoer. Adv.
If we could see ourselves as others
see us we wouldn't believe it
Storm centers as a rule dety central
PUTNAM FAD~ELESS D)YES
C.~f muw9 ~ brdkmwcdm' k w"hwdve. i nslm~dsalb._ vd ek
Was Not Guilty.
"Mordecai Judson," roared Colonel
White. who had been aroused in the
middle of the night by a suspicious
noise in his poultry house, "is that
you in there, you black thief?'
"No, sab," humbly replied a fright
ened voice. "lis is muh cousin, Ink
Judson, dat looks sd much like me
and steals everything he kin lay his
dog-sawn han's on. Ah's at home die
minute, sah, a-sleepin' de sleep o'
One From Boston.
"Pa, was Job a doctor?"
"Not that I know of."
"Then why do people have so much
to say about the patients of Job?"
Mrs. Wlastow's soolhtag Syrup for CAldr
ata, mofteas the gm, red niae as .
ane,alla p~lesswl oulqde eJssbeis
Occasionally a couple marries ta
haste and live happily ever aft
they secure a divorce.
wolst,s svmail LaUe 1o al kinds d
sosstasos iMo. At DrSUMia Adiv.
Occasionally a patient swears by his
doctor. but more often at him.
Man (entering store)-A card in
your window says: "Boy wanted over
Proprietor-Yes, sir; have yon one?
Man-No. I just dropped in to ask
you if you weren't discouraged, tLat's
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His Fatal Sucoess.
Towne-I hear that Boreum played
the part of a court jester in your pri
vate theatricals. How did he do?
Howson Lott (in disgust)-Oh, he
made a fool of himself, of course, and
everybody laughed at him!
Regular practicing phvscians recemmend
and prescribe OXIDINE for Malaria. be
came it is a proven remedy by years of ex
perience. Keep a bottle in the medicine
ebest and admiister at frst sign of Chills
and Fever. Adv.
Breaking It Gently.
Pat-Mrs. Flannigan, yure mon
Moike has Just tell off th' scafoldin'
and killed himself, bedad!
Mrs. Flannigan (collapsing in chair)
Pat-Aisy-alsy! 'Tis only his leg
thot's bruk. It's rejoiced ye'll be to
hear it, whin ye thought he was killed
"Something mentally wrong with
Kenworthy, don't you think?"
"I asked him to come over and play
'auction bridge' with us last night.
and he said he would rather waste his
time playing 'bean-porridge-hot' or 'tt
"Baggs is such an ugly man, Miss
Prettyface, that I cannot understand
why he seems to interest you so."
"Of course, you can't, but with his
dogged expression and his pug nose,
he reminds me so much of my pet
"Why are you so miserable?"
As a bummer tomie there is no medicine
that quite eompemes wth OXIDINF. It not
only builds up the srstem. but taken re*
arl, pelts, Malaria. Regular or Taste
Sm r t MDreats. Adv.
"Why does she dress so manaashly"
"Well, she was no beauty a a gitrl.
but she makes a fairly good-looking
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