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Little Comfort for Candidate in Rea.
son Assigned by Wife for Her
Mr. Wi::iams, one of five candidates
for the office of sheriff ii one of the
northern counties of Wisonsin, was
making a house-to-house canvass of
rural districts soliciting votes. Com
ing t othe house of Farmer Thompson,
he was met at the door by the good
housewife, and the following dialogue
"Is Mr. Thompson at home?"
"No, he has gone to town."
"I am very sorry, as I would have
liked to talk to him."
"Is there anything I can tell him for
"My name is Williams, candidate for
sheriff, and I wanted to exact a prom
ise from him to vote for me at the
"Oh, that will be all right. I know
he will promise, for he has already
promised four other candidates the
same thing."-Norman E. Mack's Na
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213215 West 2 Street., . ittle Rock, Arkesas
Little Ruth was the youngest daugh
ter in a very strict Presbyterian fam
ily that especially abhorred profanity.
l ug1 U4apeta`ted withoene of her a<cl
lies. In her baby vocabulary she couli
find no words to express adequately
her disapproval of dolly's conduct:
Finally, throwing the offending dol
ly across the room, she cried, feel
"My gracious! I wish I belonged
to a family that sweared!"
Good Time to Do it.
"Is your daughter going to practice
on the piano this afternoon?"
"Yes, I think so."
"Well, then, I'd like to borrow your
lawn mower. I've got to cut the grass
some time, anyway."-Judge.
Never judge a man by his coat; he
may owe the tailor.
A rich man without charity is un
faithful to his duty.-Fielding.
A Confirmed Coffee Drinker Takes to
A housewife was recently surprised
when cook served Postum instead of
coffee. She says:
"For the last five or six years I have
been troubled with nervousness, in
41gestion and heart trouble. I couldn't
get any benefit from the doctor's med
icine so finally he ordered me to stop
drinking coffee, which I did.
"I drank hot water while taking the
doctor's medicine, with some improve
ment, then went back to coffee with
the same old trouble as before.
"A new servant girl told me about
Postum-said her folks used it and
liked it in place of coffee. We got a
package but I told her I did not be.
lieve my husband would like it, as he
was a great coffee drinker.
"To my surprise he called for a
third cup, said it was 'good stuff' and
wanted to know what it was.' We
have used Postum ever since and both
feel better than we have in years.
"My husband used to have, bad
spells with his stomach and would be
sick three or four days, during which
time he could not eat or drink' any.
thing. But since he gave up coffee
and took to Postum, he has had 11o
more trouble, and we now fully be
lieve it was all caused by coffee.
"I have not had any return of my
former troubles since drinking.:Pos
tam, and feel better and can dO mnore
work than in the last ten years. We
tell everyone about it--some say they
tried it and did not like it. I tell them
it makes all the difference as to how
it's made. It should be made ascord
ing to directions-then it is delicious."
Name given by Postum Co.,-hattle
Creek, Mich. Read the book, "The
Road to Welville," in pkgs. "There's
aM er 4 the tite a tterme. The
are si liet truee ad l f umaa
:nent submitted to the people at the sa::
dtne this amendment is submitted is
1. All State taxes and licenses except
as hereinafter provided shall be collectecd
"'Y the State Treasurer. The General As
sembly shall provide such additional c(er!
cal force In the Treasurer's office an may
be necessary to enable him to perform
the duties herein prescribed.
2. The General Assembly shall have
the power to provide for special Revenue
Agents, not to exceed three in nuimbur,
to assist the Treasurer in c('olle(iing .i:,
licenses, and taxes, and to assist the Tax
Commission in gathring information fi.,r
levying assessments, and shall fix the
compensation and duties of such agents.
1. All articles and parts of articles of
the Constitution of 1898 on the subject of
assessment and taxation, and all amend
mnents thereto on said subjects contrary
to or in conflict with the provisions of this
amendment be and the same are hereby
1. No part of this amendment to the
Constitution shall go into effect until
January 1st. 1'14, except that the pro
visions of sections one, two, tive, six Oand
seven of Article Ill, as to special taxes,
shall go into effect as: soon as the (;#it
eral Assembly shall pass laws carrying
them into effect, and the provisions o,
sections three and four of said Articlh.
shall go into effect on Jla-nuary !:;t. 19!13.,
provided laws carrying them ie-t r;o:'ecr
shall be passed on or before March 1,
1913; provided further, that laws ca: tying
them into effect may be enacted at any
2. On and after January 1st, 1914, the
office of the State Board of Appraisers
and the office of State Board of Equa;ii
zation shall be abolished, but the present
incumbents shall hold their offices at the
present rate of compensation until their S
present terms shall expire, and they shtll
aid the Tax Commission in putting the
system provided for in this amendment Sr
into operation, and in that connectlon
they shall perform such duties as the Tax
Commission and the General Assembly
3. The license tax authorized by the
present Constitution to be levied on the
severance of natural resources fron the
soil. shall be superseded by this amend
nment as to the severance of nlinerals, oi' re;
and gas, and shall be levied only on the a
severance of forest products.
4. When this amendment goes into ef
fect on .January 1, 1914, the special State Be.
taxes Ievied for good roads and for ('on
federate Veterans as now established or se
is may he estahlishled by the ainendmen is]
to be suil mitted to the people at the same
time this amendment is submitted, sh;e
ce:^"e and the (;eneral Assembly shal' dii
ma ke provision out of the General tlo'1 de
for the ienefit of each of these special
fund:s s hereinalove provided.
5. All State taxes and licenses uncol
Ilctel on January 1. 1914. for 1913 and
previous years. shall ibe collected and toi
erionted for. under existing laws. by the in
-heriffs in the parishes, andt the State
Tax Collector in New Orleans. but a'
uch(.I coecitions must he completed by he
.line 20. 1916. up to which date the State
Tax Collector of New Orleans shall re
main in office. lie shall also collect al' try
etate licenses levied in the P'arish of
New orle'ans until said date and the Gen
eral Asrembly shall provide for a redue
tinn of his clerical force to ta'ke place or ba
.itune 3A, 1914. After June 30, 1916, anv 10
State licenses and taxes then remaining
unpaid, shall be collected by the St 'te
Treasurer. The General Assembly shall
by apnropriate legislation provide com
rensation on an eoultable basis to the
tax collectors and assessors of the sev
oe-l parishes for the sutms they may lose
after January first, 1911, to the date of
lie expiration of their terms of office in
"nmmilsetons on the State taxes that
w, itlhl have accrued on the sources of
revenue segregated to the State, pro
viedd that the State shall be under no
l'igation to reimburse them in any
-rnenter amoult than will guarantee to
them a sum enual to the total of the com- Wl
misllnns of their office for the years l11
or 1"12. taking the rear which shows the
Ihtuhest amount, and the General Assemn
Il\ shall at its regular session in 1914 and
01146 make an estimate of the probable
'tmnunt needed for such purpose, and tol
make annronriation to cover the same: Ai
and at the biennial sesvions of 1916 and
1918 it shall make a further appropriation Pk
to c.v PanK dia'eteey,- :." 1 -
6. -'Thbe ameldntents to the Constitu
tion submitted to the People at the same
time that this amendment is submitted.
pronosing to exempt from taxation the
obiects therein specially set forth, if
a donted, shall not he affected by the pro- 001
vislert of this amendment: nor shall this o
amendment be construed as affecting any
property now exemut from taxation un- nl
der the Constitution of 1898 and its su
7. The Public Debt Amendment. sub- he
mitted to the people at the same time th
this amendment is submitted, if adopted, b
shall be superseded byv this amendmnent in
respect to the mode of providing the pub
!te debt fund guaranteed by such amend- a
Prior to January 1, 1914, the General
As.sembly shall pass proper statutes to
:'arry this amendment into operation; and
the Governor shall call an extra session
rf that body for that purpose as soon as fg
convenient after this amendment is
Section 2. Be it further resolved, etc.,
That there shall be printed on the bal
lots to be used at said election the
"For the amendment to the Constitu
tion reorganizing and remodeling the
State's system of assessment and taxa
And the words-
"Against the amendment to the Con- B
s'!tution reorganizing and remodeling the t
State's system of assessment and taxa
And each voter shall Indicate on his e
ballot, as provided by the general elec
tion laws of the State, whether he votes d
for or against said amendment.
L. E. THOMAS,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
THOMAS C. BARRET, le
Lieutenant Governor and President of the
Approved: August 24th, 1912.
L E. HALL,
Governor of the State of Louisiana.
A true copy: t
ALVIN E. HEBERT, 1
Secretary of State.
Speaking of the
S Trying to succeed in business
without advertising is like the
case of the man who, trying to
cutexpenses, divorced his wife
and alone attempted to keep
house and raise his children.
It cost him more money for
doctor bills and funeral ex
penses in a year than he gave
his wife in a lifetime.
When advertising is
divorced, business sue
cesq becomes failure.
This paper is building your
neighbor's busines. He has
reasons. He tried advertising
and it helped h:nm. It is not
an experiment - this paper
brings results. Good, hard,
To let malaria de
velop unchecked in
your system is not
only to "flirt with 1
death," but to place
a burden on the
joy of living.
You can prevent malaria by resa
larly takl~o a dose oft OXIDINE.
Keep a bottle In the medicine
cheat and keep yoursei well.
OXIDINE is sold by all druggists
under the strict guarantee that if the
first bottle does not benefit you. re
turn the empty bottle to the drulistl
who sold it. and receive THE FULL
A SPLENDID TONIC
SAW NO CAUSE FOR WORRY
Small Boy Pretty Well Satisfied That
the Future Was Not Likely to
Be a Hard One.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer says:
A Lakewood woman was recently
reading to her little boy the story of
c a young lad whose father was taken
ill and died, after which he set him
self diligently to work to support him
self and mother. When she had fin
ished the story she said:
"Dear Billy, if your papa were to
I die would you work to support your
"Naw!" said Billy, unexpectedly.
"But why not?"
"Ain't we got a good house to live
"Yes. dearie--but we can't eat the
v house, you know."
"Ain't there a lot o' stuff in the pan
"Yes, but that won't last forever."
"It'll last till you git another hus
band, won't it? You're a pretty good
Mamma gave up right there.
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Just take one Bond's Pill at bed
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A college professor noted for his
concentration of thought, returned
home from a scientific meeting one
night, still pondering deeply upon the
subject that had been discussed. As
he entered his room he heard a noise
that seemed to come from under the
"Is there someone there?" he asked,
.t "No, professor," answered the in
truder, who knew his peculiarities.
"That's strange," muttered the pro
s fessor. "I was almost sure I heard
someone under the bed."
e Call to Arms.
"Bang!" went the ritles at the ma
"Oo-oo," screamed the pretty girl
a nice, decorous, surprised little
scream. She stepped backward into
e the surprised arms of a young man.
"Oh," said she, blushing, "I was fright
is ened by the rifles. I beg your par
"Not at all," said the young man.
"Let's go over and watch the artil
First Neighbor-Have you heard
tell of them new-fangled trial mar
Second Neighbor-I don't see noth
ing new-fangled about 'em. Mine's
been a trial for me for the last twenty
"Should Blucher get the credit for
"No; that victory s18 properly cred
ited to Wellington. Blucher didn't re
lieve him until about the eighth in
Tll TONIC. You know whatt you amre taking.
"*urmu&ytl anl& 1 tpin on ever t atleot
bowina I i simply Ulnie ns Irn e
form., and use nm'st etctual form. k'r gMnwa
people anl ebhllre M eents. AdV.
No Such Aspersion.
"Do you get a stipend for your
"Nothin' like that. I git reg'lar
Mrs. Winsow*'s Soothing Syrup for Childm
teethblug, softems the gume, reduces inflaummar
tlon, allays pain, eures wind colle, Me a bole.
Many a man's bad luck is due to
the fact that he has neither Inherited
ability nor acquired industry.
.Uws o ugl, wy sa aIprs. Us.". ommoLE" HAIRua DRIIU. uo, Palo4a raa. 4.
UaN hirýrý rr elm N osoS
RAL FOR THE MONEY- IAD '
pe of Becoming Milliotaires About
on a Par With the Washer.
rof. Warren M. lieidlcr of Ilethel.
in a recent address made the
king assertion that the American
ple, money-mad, taught their chil
n how to earn a living, but not how
'There is no viler, and there is no
ner ambition." said Professor 1eid
to a reporter, "than that of the
erican boy to become a millionaire.
hat percentage of our boys do be
me millionaires? It would take a
d many decimals to work that out,
"The boys who sets his heart on a
lion fares like the washerwoman
0 set her heart on a cross-eyed
"'I hear you married that cross-eyed
ronaut last week?" said a friend.
"'Yes, I did,' replied the washer
man, as she rocked back and forth
er her tub. "Yes, I married him, I
d I gave him $500 out of my buildin'
soclation to start an airship fac
"'That so?' Eaid the friend. 'Where
"'I don't know,' said the washer
man. 'I'm waitin' for him to come
ek from his honeymoon.' "
Eggs Clotworthy Ate.
Harry Clotworthy, who is an expert
military affairs, entered the
ing room of the National Press
ub one morning and carried with
ma ravenous appetite. Having
ten one breakfast, which consisted
rgely of eggs, he ordered another
eakfast, which consisted even more
rgely of eggs. After his repast he 4
ent to the writing room to get off
me letters. Half an hour later the
eward of the club found the colored
aiter loafing about the entrance of
e writing room and asked him what
e meant by being absent from his
"I got a good excuse," exclaimed the
Alter, exhibiting the check for the
g breakfast "Mr. Clotworthy done
t $2 worth of eggs and I ain't goin'
let him git away from here without
yin' for them, high as eggs is
A While for a Time.
A Cleveland school teacher writes
at she asked her class what was
he difference between the expres
ioas, "a while," and "a time," says
e Cleveland Plain Dealer. Nobody
esmed to have any ideas on the sub
Finally the light of intelligence
seen to shine in the eyes of one
ite boy, and the teacher called upon
to save the intellectual honor of
know, teacher!" he cried eager-I
S "When papa says he's going out
o a while, mamma says she knows
going out for a time!"
His Point of Vantage.
e mayor of a small town was try
a negro for abusing his wife. She
c ed he got drunk and tried to
beit her and she hit him.
The mayor turned to their little girl
"Girl, was your father under the
nfluence of whisky when your mother
"No, sah! He was under the kitchen
able," she very quickly replied.
Mack's National Monthly.
Reason Was Plain,
S"My husband has deserted me and
I want a warrant," announced the
relarge lady. /
"What reason did he give for de
serting you?" asked the prosecutor.
"I don't want any lip from you. I
want a warrant. I don't know what
reason he had."
"I think, I understand his reason,"
said the officital feebly, as he proceed
.ed to draw up a warrant.
- Submits Tamely.
'"Is 8riblet what you would call a
"No, indeed. When an editor puts
Ida out he doesn't offer the slightest
No doubt many a woman's hap
Ihieas would bubble over if she could
5 oily get thin worrying about how fat
The pitcher that goes to the box too
often is knocked out.
Is it a blow to spiritualism when a
man strikes a happy medium?
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"Oh, dear, officer, was my poor hus
band shot when you got him to the
"No, madam; only halt shot."
He-I haven't the heart to kiss you.
She-Well, take mine.--Ulk.
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"Yes," replied the woman with
tear-stained cheeks. "He has been
guilty of neglect and cruelty."
"In what respects?"
"He neglected to feed the bird while
I was away and says the cruelest
things he can think of about Fido."
"We are still mining ore, growing
cotton and manufacturing steel," said
the American host.
"Why do you tell me that?" in
quired the foreign visitor.
"I just want to remind you that the
country is producing something be.
"Men are what their diet makes
"You must have been eating a great
deal of sheepshead fish lately."
Red Crose Ball Blue makes the laundress
happy, makes clothes whiter than snow.
All good grocers. Adv.
More firm and sure the hand of
courage strikes when it obeys the
watchful eye of caution.-Thomson.
"The piece was very raw."
"Then it deserved a roasting."