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back of the cloth, inside the garment
it's a satisfaction guarantee - the
mark of the genuine
Standard for over 75yea ra
that has never been successfully imitated.
Remember, ifs ItA cloth in the o*,ralls that
tysI tih aear, anrd STIFEL'S INDIGO has
broken all records as the long-wear cloth.
Sweaty toil and the rub of the tub can't
dimu itsa beautiful faiLt color.
Look for thits
marlk inside Cloth
the garment Manufat c
on the bac k turgid by
of the cloth. tGIstute by
- J. L. STIFEL & SONS
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SAVE YOUR MONEYJ"p
One box of Tutt's Pills save many dollars In doc
tor's bills. A remedyl for diseases of the liver,
sick headache, dyspepsia, constipatlion and
biltiousness, a milflon people endorse
His Efficacious Way.
.lurd Sj'rau i of leewee was telling
of the styles prevaili al at his causia's
house in Kansas (';ty. "Why. dad
burn ii, they et dinner at six o'clock
at night." said he. ".'nd at every jlate
there wi\re six forks and-"
"Gee:' Ii'kcled his youncer brother.
"1e"Un'd YOU kn1ow which tills to uist':
"11.h1' That didn't bother me none.
I just grnliheed my knife and sailed
right in."-KEa nses City Star.
"'What did thi' (etlr say?'" lIe
felt of Jones' pusrse and said there was
Co hope."-I lalias News.
that your heart's all right. Make
sure. Take "Renovine"-a heart and
nerve tonic. Price 50c and $1.00.-Adv.
Several negro waiters were standing
at a railroad station in a southern
town dieussing thle lmerits of one of
their fellow craftsmen.
"lit nigger I eieni'y sure nut a bust
ler, but wheo he nmoves his feet dey
look laik panecakes," said once.
"Pancakes?" shouted another. "Wy,
milla. w'en dat mmiggrt'' gits good an' go
in' dem fseet o' his'n reseullldi' no pan-!
Cake-d-ey's jes laik enerailler, all
Waits Too Long.
The gold cure may he all right in
its way, but a iimnii sildomni feels the
need of the cur' until his gold is gone.
The longest river in Japan is the
Tone, its main course being about 200
If you het $13 and lose it's unlucky.
Net Coatents15Fluid Dra CASTO iA
Ti For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know That
ALGOHOL-3 PER G~T,
1tin~tethest Bears the
O GOTIC of
Ah f°li'edt Ue
and Feverishess sad
Loss OF SLOP
nd Fet For Over
soa Cope of Wrr, usN. SN- e r. 6aW «i.
HIGH COST OF LIVING
This is a oserious matter with house.
keepers us food trices are constantly
gilig Up. To ovUerp. 1'( tht3 , cut out
the high Irlpriced I""' I d1is1hs I1tId servo
your f'aituly niwore Skinner's Macaroni
and Spaghetti, the ch ett}nst, Iti ist tit'
ilcious ani( mllost llititious of fill iodysi.
W'rtte the Skinner .Mfg. 'o,., ( unthi,
Nebr., for beautifu111 cook hook, telling
how to prevaro it III it humIrtd Iifltr't'ijt
ways, It's tree to every wot1ne.-At~v,
"Sly Wv11'e il ,laintI : grttett tri 3 k (In n
('r y ºý 114. ofIIq (lituV.
Tle fat IpluliImtir t\as theit speaker.
"Wlutt did sit' tloT" tsk'tl the t1!in
"Thelu' (U.'tis}' \\. ittedl to till htsr for
"W hat (I'l tilt (;vitsy say?"
"Sli' s3:ii 11t0y tilt."
"Tlni mlly wife gaivet ht'r 1110 li t ugh
an11 3t3fs51 to pay lht'r."
"l't' c llan ' the st'dilittn t III the cUt)
asin't ('i4 '.ltr grniinels at all. Ve Ilse
a sutbsltilue. "- 'outgstttI t n 'i'tI g miti.
Pimpiiles, hails, cmirbunch1's,, dlry up and
disapptrar withli IDoctor P't'rces Gtleltn
Mictdal Discovery. In tablets or liquild.
Hid the View.
"1o )( I u11t'l'rstIndt you01 to sayt3,'' saidl
the 1itiw3t, lookinig hairt at ti l lrie ii
ci}ºal wGit ss, "tillt autor hou ring u
hoist in tine }tail you rust' qutickly, lit
a candle, and went ,to the' heat! of
the stairs, thai t a lurtgl1tr1 was lit the
foot of thie' stairs. 11111l you did iot seec
htti? Ar' you 11itil?"
"3Must I tell ht t'.th?" sta Itmere
th witness, hit'.htin1g to the roots of
"''lht ihol(e trthli," w'as the stern
"Them," replied the witness, brushing
aside his umclinging locks and
wiping the litrs iration front his clam
my brow, "miy wife was in front of
Surely an Antique.
Now ltcre," s:aii the seclond-hittn
dealer. "is a rare bargain in an aln
tique Ithont t ratih, which-'"
"ltoever r hiit-:t'l o(f ai phongriaph
classed as unltiquelt furn"iituirt?" broke
in theli scornful customer.
"Well. thelieve it or not," returnedt
the dt'alt'r, "ulit the mn1,11 I )bought It
fromi hadl had it so long it was all paId
for."-Kansas City Star.
"W'hat (to you think of this extra
hour of daylight scheme?" "What I'm
for is more moonlight," declared the
THIS IS THE AGE OF YOUTH.
You will look ten years younger if you
darken your ugly, grizzly, gray hairs by
using "La Creole" Hair Dressing.-Adv
"How did you knotw tite play would
ihe a itowling success?"
"Bctuse we tried it on the dog."
New York receives wveekly from 125
to 175 e313'irtltiid of clticklens, averaging
20,000 pounids to tlte car.
Siaiti's rosewood forests have been
heavily ove plN oi tedl. The govern
tlent IS 110W jtrtttecting them.
About the only martyrs we have at
this stage of the game are Ibaseball
If a lman lives as he should, the
world will not he very much better by
his getting out of It.
By J. LENDRUM KING.
i ýýne, oter, u1" he hl answ r of "bu lt14K I .
t sots, t llr iot ou ao in a fegl tli ii tit
ltriVl1. It14 :Iwtul h s omting rl~ike
hitc ing ael t roltte r "e, bup: ovteara
I iio ill l l, il;l4lt , m d 1 ,41 ~.
(ll u I X o nly 41. fIuet 344e1 o11e 4"r thl.a
41 11, 4 t" :'retu the 4 1114t e ltiurly,
lth } hrll ] ve he 5. Rii der, " i nf -
11115 I'm the !bir "1l114!! I tlttii'1: wt nt it o
11kld 1114"k ifr She I l u he s tra shen v I 1y
"'et i.1-if vtill'tt 144'1e n111 it"' 111e4f tro
"1stil 411 4hi dullin iklnlo t h ,ow ir- to a
til m slit anr to i nidit h dii oiwii nr helrlne
L~4n ie l,,;.3Ill , tit i14414it-.ile
teidd ti hei b4r liother uit nly. "
until nt hei," aske the elf touertiy
"1h 1 e s o knda, b111h 1 ld llr ( e ntr," tns
"I \:i-l t hsl fat l I m1 n't" until re
gor ti Au it l she 1 c n:1 slut t l ly dIt ai .
>44 ut 111~ I1," i S ,44 1111- 1" 141 !4' 1"rtf' o."
ir 3441u ntll y rs r to s re "he tablea t
hs , itinll in the ltbr ay.
fat"rWh -144 , o,"i he st- fi l h re ghtsftt
thi y t14n1 use, . ; T4 I tll! 11!4.11 itt ' l oui i
"Youi f4rmoilthe t4r . sa id yo wantd mier,"
-il st ri ili oe alt, e on4 !h int the.
hI d.ii " hlle at: 4111n ha e e s hlerl 1akheg
thd !lni wihad them utlit thort thue
butge d ad roungh ithim. e hag
Illn oe 1 thingill ha would bit a
slini~t ,;441114 V;ty' I liei la i "ia.' inl't
imtsilf to sy1141 thi; to not pe
"Ar3e you?" lie hi rit;re ofimhough
"I 11I - I kn w i 1141e 4 hvntl hae, Iit'vr
by4l1,sia t iorlililyou r"I h1ite sipem o i hed
Is w r 1v4r :11," ghih at d liftt I would
hae.ti i a
"1 htetsh me would stay, crsllMs.th
I41111-' 11I1111'shfae. \I : ,1441t1if hearving.
la h, ithtI," se ust ed the "bufet lis
lbot itu. It noisll hir so uethang like
h itching a sterot"erhi u ioth a" draft
aht is" returned th moeher. Itu
"I int stas her.She bl tshe wmhe t
Sita if you "hat a-reason of
"Bt I ho uln't krfonow how to
er.el thetgirhehase wos beo a
"'mgn to hlestend henr wn here,"
lie sighed theyn moth s peak.enly. "o
"I watyou to tall Werr her, 1our
hest mother and sI he sats mountge
yount erstol gihl heIn tt ol monstroate
"flk to and to seep uher" she aked,
esioine smile inttth adr waey
"nWhy-wytner," he eastwered, e"butI
not the sorth ofaant ao gir slike that
tarries. confoued. "oh sist-won' yo
hithn a totertpwihndaf
shets,"remthrer ad yh ohrsouwatedym,"
T4he Iaid.liere she quldtIou
"Inute" he aswlneredN, Hoerymaing"sh
tild aklengehan. then elighis cno be
ih e t1. soy oyo are. goi
"o - conltinuhede lamlyh, tu abet
think Pofl mntingh ealseheculrut
"aryo" he returned simlye.
"-1 kown +n wehaen' lhA.l hIt veran
pleas mant foLo enre," he temporuized.
"Oh onthwat Isny-ous whto have iked
"Whydohyou haemto go?"nhe quner
"Itan'tyu, styheresalldth tiime."atd
"Notu yo a araont?
"BtI have u Lno reao."Iwn yut
"Lenrrme," I-isensLenore" hudenbe
gane tagain, teryingt hspa evenl. "I-I
-Iohe want you to stay. Wened you,
hereice mther andguSe needsl some
soeoeC o-yig to 6 bmake thisae rewsal
IT S ERCURY! DANGER
"Dodson's Liver Tone" Straightens You Up Better Than Salivating, Dangerous
Calomel and Doesn't Make You Sick-Don't Lose a Day's Work
Wonderful Discovery Destroying Sale of Calomel Here.
You're bilious! Your liver is sluggish! You
feel lazy, dizzy and all knocked out. Your head
is dull, your tongue is coated; breath bad; stomach
sour and bowels constipated. But don't take sali
vating calomel. It makes you sick, you may lose
a day's work.
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver which causes
necrosis of the bones. Calomel crashes into sour
bile like dynamite, breaking it up. That's when
you feel that awful nausea and cramping.
If you want to enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver
and bowel cleansing you ever experienced just take
a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone to
night. Your druggist or dealer sells you a 50
cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone under my
personal money-back guarantee that each spoon
ful will clean your sluggish liver better than a
(lose of nasty calomel and that it won't make
Dodson's Liver Tone is real liver medicine.
You'll know it next morning because you will
wake up feeling fine, your liver will be working,
your headache and dizziness gone, your stomach
will be sweet and your bowels regular. You will
feel like working; you'll be cheerful; full of vigor
Dodson's Liver Tone is entirely vegetable,
therefore harmless, a:d can not salivate. Give it
to your children. Millions of people are using
Dodson's Liver Tone instead of dangerous calomel
now. Your druggist will tell you that the sale of
calomel is almost stopped entirely here.-Adv.
We always feel sorry for the 'UO
pound girl wh)o tries to act cute.
They sat looking at her engagement
"Did your friends admire it?" lhe
"They did more than that," she re
turned. "Three of thean recognized
Nature's Great Hoodoo Temple.
In the lHoodoo basin of western
Wyoming are curious formations which
resemble Punch and Judy heads, grim
savages, simpering old maids, monkeys,
rabbits, birds and aniUmals in every
grotesque and exaggerated shapo imag
Inable, and in every possible position.
There are i0O different shapes of heads;
over 40 different animals and hunuta
faces have been counted. The rock
out of which the hoodoos have been
carved by Dame Nature is what is
known as volcanic breccia.-Popular
SGOT NEW TROUSERS
Incident That Has More Than a Touch
of Comedy Occurred on the
How near tragedy and comedy are in
the happenings along the battle line
is shown by this incident of the fight
ing on the Isonzo river front.
A Caproni fighting aeroplane that
had gone from the Italian side was hit
by the antiaircraft guns and fell with
in the Austrian lines. The pilot was
killed, the observer was sommewhat
scratched, but otherwise unhurt. Hlis
trousers, however, were ripped "from
A to Z."
Captain Amegliano, the captured fly
er, was inconsolable, and to an Aut
trian officer who Syllmpathized with him
"My poor comrade will be buried
and I cqnnot even pay him my last re
spects-not in this gear."
"If that is all," remarked the Aus
trian, "we'll soon mendl that." And.
after obtaining pernmission, lie went
up in his Fokker machine and threw
a letter into the Italian line, acqnaint
ing them with the fact, and request
ing "a pair of new trousers for Cap
Sure enough, an hour or so later
there was an Italian machine highl
in the air, and a package dropped that
contained a laurel wreath for the dead
and a pair of trousers for the living.
The custom of placing
Grape-Nuts on the table
at all meals is growing in
Both children and
grown - ups help them
selves to this delicious
food as often as they like.
It contains the entire nutri
ment of wheat and barley,
digests quickly, and is
Every table should have
its daily ration of
"There's a Reason"
- UDavis' Hard Hit.
The late I idlard i larding IDavis,
bluif and hoar'ty, detested a suolh, nid
whpnti'vetr a ,subl's head popped up he
it took iL whack at it.
A gtii-i at one of his dinners at
,e Crossroads farm, his e(state nea'r NMI i
fur:. made a snobbiish remiark about 5
ia sin of the revolution who halt iiiar
d rid t cehorus girl of great hlauty azi ul
Mr. Davis glared at his guest. Ills W
ruilily face grew redder. Thin he said : (.".
'n "You, ily lom, are one of those chaps
h 'ho think tii s(ocia scale is life's only
n reli'iIle veighing machine !"-New ts
s' York G;lobe. co
I CUTICURA COMFORTS BABY J el
t Suffering From Itching, Burning "
I Rashes, Eczema, etc. Trial Free.
Is Give baby a bath with hot water and
r Cuticura Soap, using plenty of Soap. "'
Dry lightly and apply Cuticura Oint- al
ment gently to all affected parts. In
stant relief follows and baby falls into
S a refreshing sleep, the first perhaps
in geeks. Nothing more effective. ti
h Free sample each by mail with Book. or
Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. L,
Boston. Sold everywhere.-Adv.
n The 1111111 who refuses to mend his !\
is ways many exlect to ihavie a l hard ro:ad
t- to travel.
it Generous Offer. er
it "'ie and again I've given you a liftkn
- in tmy tiotorear." M
is "o you have."
it "Now that I am hard up and can't
is meet this mionth's payment till it you
ni r'efuse to 1(11 IIe anIIy lmontey."
"Well, I'll tell vou what I'll do(1 to
!- help you out. You estimate lie Hnuin- i'l
Sher of timies you have taken mae to ty
U town in your car and I'll pay you tel
cents for each ridelo. which i twice the ri
'd fare charged by a jitney hius." li
RED CROSS-GOODNESS YES. ii
s- Red Cross Ball Blue, yes. Nothing
l, else will do. Red Cross Ball Blue st
It makes my clothes a beautiful clear
«" white, not the dingy yellow green
t. tinge of liquid blue. Red Cross Ball t
Blue for me. Yes sir-e, Bob.-Adv.
- Dependent on Circumstances. 1
"Are you ill optimist?"
"I an. Wh.en I see ia uan without
San umbreilla i it rajinstorm I caln al
it ways say, 'Never m111nd the weuther,'
i provided I have tan umbrella myself." y4
GOT HEMLOCK SEED CHEAP
Englishman's Shrewd Scheme for Pro- di
curing Drug That Commanded
Good Price on Market
Mr. Pickwick's valet and all-around
servant, Samuel Weller, whose lim
ited acquaintance with physicians and
apothecaries did not hamper his fes
tive imagination in the relation of med
ical novelties which were heard with
wonder and amazement by Mr. Pick
wick and his friends, should have had
in his repertoire the following from the
London Garden: Every autumn a
man used to bring to a wholesale drug
house in London a quantity Qf hem
lock seed which he sold at half tde
market price. Z'Ihe curiosity of a mem
ber of the house at last becoming
aroused he asked the man how he
could afford to sell the drug so cheap
ly. After being promised that nothing
would be done to interfere with his
business he described his method.
Every spring he filled his pockets with
the seed and went out into the coun
try. Wherever he saw a good wide
hedgerow he sowed the seed broad
cast. Then he went his way and wor
ried no more over his crop until the
fall, when he revisited the scene of his
labors. He would then call the farm
er's attention to the "weeds" in his
hedge, offering to cut them down for a
shilling a hedge, an offer which the -
farmer gladly accepted. Thus was the
ground furnished free and he was paid
to cut the harvest.
Sold for 47 years. For Malaria,Chlls
and Fever. Also a Fine Geneeo
Strengthening Tonic. "'
"ROUGHonRATSd'Qe" k?2'u.. "au at
W. N. U., LITTLE ROCK, NO. 46--1916.
A rich nialh, umtbitidus to Ie known
as it good fellow, gave a feast which
cost tllthsnd seqltuinis ita pl:te.
"W18Vt wicked, wanton waste:" ex
clainted the world.
.Another nabob, thirsting for glory,
went to war.
"The brutal. bloody butcher," the
A third laboh, desiring Dnly to do
what was right, bestowed his riches in
"1li makes paulpers!" siftfedl the
Tlhe recording angel hosi'it t'l. hut
after some thought hie ditpilped his pen
andr wrote, to the credit of eachl of the
"1le kept his money in clrculation."
WVhenever You Need a General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a Gen*
eral Tonic because it contains the well
known tonic properties of QUININE and
IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out
Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds
up the Whole System. 50 cents.
One woimani in the :tulincie had her
own ideas about Julian Eltinge, the
fmtllous ilm)persollnator of femintine
"WVouldn't it he great fun to be Inur
ried to a mana like that?" she said to
"You meain because lhe is good look
"No, you atre good looking enough to
"Then what do you meiant"
"Think what a novelty it would be
to bIe lable to dress in the Paris gowns
your own husband wears to work."
Sure, He Had.
"Have you eve, longed to fly?"
"Certainly, I'mt married, the same as
you."-'ew haven Journal.
A Pair of Pities.
Edith-Isn't It a pity that poor men
don't know enough to remain singlet
Mnrie--Yts. and that rich ones do?
Strong drinks like beer, whiskey,
tea and coffee, Irritate the kidneys
and habitual use tends to weaken
them. Daily backache, with head
ache, nervousness, dizzy spells and
a rheumatic condition should be
taken as a warning of kidney trou
ble. Cut ouf, or at least moderate,
the stimulant, and use Doan's Kid
ney Pills. They are fine for weak
kidneys. Thousands recommend
An Arkansas. C
Ny, Itmi u, W. It. Shackelford,
rdI ey" 1019 Thayer St., Lit
tle Rock, Ark., says:
"I had a bad spell of
kidney trouble and
got weak and run
down. My back was
painful and weak, I
lost rest and the kid
ney secretions passed
Doan's Kidney Pills
were so highly recom
mended, that I used
them and they not only regulated the
kidney action, but toned up my sys
tem. I hav6 had little cause for
Get Dosu'sat AyStep, 0c aEos
D OAN'5 IDN3T
FOSTER-MIlBURN CO.. BUFFPPALO. N. Y.
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