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FOR OLD AND YOUNG
Tutt's Liver Pills act as kindly on the child,
the delicate female or Infirm old age, as upon
the V man.
give tone and strength to the weak stomach,
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The Valuable Match.
There was a loud splash, and a mo
ment later a dripping head appeared
above the waves. On the end of the if
dock was a stevedore nonchalantly er
lighting his pipe. .
"Help, man!" cried the chap in the bo
water. "Caj't you see I am over
board? I can't swim."
"fow often have you been down?" ol
asked the stevedore, shielding the ti
flickering match from the wind. tl
"Once, I believe, but hurry up, man!
Give me a hand!"
"You wait! You have two more
times jret to go down, and I have only I
one match. I'll catch you on the last
It Made No Difference.
Congressman Ransdale of Louisiana,
recently told a story of Alec Trimble, C
the valet and factotum of a physi- o
clan in New Orleans, who took a fan- 'i
cy to one of the summer shirts of his e
master, and finally went and bought t
one exactly like it. He showed it to t
his mistress, who said that he had e
done wrong, as the two shirts might I
get mixed in the washing; and Alec g
"It'd make no dlff'rence, missus,
'cause dey's both alike in size an' t
The Man Invasion.
The witch out for a moonlight
Jaunt on her favorite broomstick,
had just escaped being run down by
an aeroplane manned by a joy-rider.
"Oh, this is simply maddening!"
she cried, hysterically; "to think of I
man invading the one field of which
we women have had a monopoly for
centuries! And I believe I heard the
brute say, as he passed: 'Oh, you kid
"You never quote poetry in your I
"No," replied Senator Sorghum;
"quoting poetry is too often like send
ing an anonymous letter. A man re
sorts to it when he wants to say some
thing and shift the responsibility of
Pity is akin to love, and if a young
man has an obese bank balance it
isn't difficult to find a girl to pity
There is a reason
Why Grape-Nuts does correct
A weak, physical, or a
Sluggish mental condition.
.The food is highly nutritious
And is partially pre-digested,
So that it helps the organs of
To digest other food.
It is also rich in the
ital phosphates that go
irectly to make up
he delicate gray matter
Sof brain and nerve centres.
Read "The Road to Wellville"
pkgs. "There's a Reason."
PO8TUM oCERnAL COMPANY, Ltd.,
HatUe CLeek, Mich.
SENATE PASSES NAYAL BILL A
AND IT CARRIES APPROPRIATION
Provides for Two New Battleships of Rev.
the Dreadnought Type-Depew Ti
Washington.-Defeating by a vote The
of 26 to 39 an amendment offered by make
Mr. Burton, the author, to authorize butt
only one new battleship instead of ttio
two, the senate Monday passed the ntans
naval appropriation bill. The bill car- way
ried an applropriation of almost $134.,- ! tipa
000,000. It was before the senate for and
two days, the debate being conifiIned Caldi
almost exclusively to battleship lques- Pepsi
Two important amendments were for1
adopted. One of them, offered by Sen- of
ator Johnston, approlpriates $450,000 Id.,
for the purchase of torpedo boats feren
"whose vitals are below the normal Mt
load line." np
The other by Senator Jones elimi- have
nates public road, county and munici- tim
pal bonds from the securities which fou'
may be deposited by contractors. Syru
Increase in the Navy. menc
The naval increase for the fiscal ceits
year ending June 30, 1911, provided abou
by the bill is as follows: atanv
Two first-class battleships, to cost to ti
not exceeding $6,000,000, each whcn same
equipped with armor and armament, ald
about $12,500,000 each. Two fleet col
liers to cost not exceeding $1,000,000.
Six torpedo boat destroyers, to cost
not exceeding $750,000 each.
Five submarine torpedo boats, not
exceeding a total of $2,50,000.
The house bill provides for only
four submarines and no torpedo boat
Depew as Historian.
The closing hour of the debate
served to elicit two important his
torical revelations by Senator Depew.
"An intimate friend of mine who
was also an intimate friend of Lord
Salisbury, then the British prime min
Sister," he said, "told me that when
the president's message was promul
gated Lord Salisbury said to him, 'I
believe that on account of the rancor
coming dbwn on the revolutionary
war and accentuated by certain oc
currences in the civil war, America
means to have a war with Great
Britain at some time and I believe now I
Sis the best time, when America has giv
no navy.' i
"The view of the prime minister I
was overruled by Queen Victoria, but we
e if Lord Salisbury had had the pow- the
y er possessed by some of the English
prime ministers, the issue would have
e been tried out."
Senator Depew used the last inci
dent to enforce an argument in favor 8si
of a strong navy and the present au- tol
Sthorization of two new battleships of on
Sthe dreadnought type.. th
STANDARD OIL RAISES WAGES ca
Ir f S T ran
Increase of From Six to Ten Per otl
it Cent. Will Affect 70,000 t
a New York, May 23.-The Standard a
e' Oil company has increased the wages ha
of its workmen from 6 to 10 per 'cent.
a- The order is retroactive and became'
Is effective May 1. It is estimated that m
ht the company will add from $6,000,000
to to $10,000,000 to its annual pay roll m
ht The new scale affects employees en- in
c gaged in the company's works and fac- R
tories, but the office men will not be 11
is, benefited by this increase. Most of g
L' the employees who will get the in- fe
crease are laborers, and the advance o1
applies to all the subsidiary companies tI
ht in the United States.
The company has approximately
by 70,000 employees. The Standard is
e one of the very few big concerns of
to this country which has never had a ft
of strike among its employees.
for Danger From Levees. 'f
:he Rosebud, Tex.--Highbank wagon n
dd bridge across the Brazos River was n
washed away as the result of the re- L
cent heavy rains, entailing a loss to
this country of about $20,000. The city
reservoir Is full and danger is appre
hended that the levee would break,
.n; although the city council has taken
ed- the precaution to place a number of
me- men and teams at work Monday In an i
of effort to save the city water supply
ing Muskogee, Ok.-William M. Melette,
it 56 years old, former United States at
pity torney for the Western Distrlct of
Indian Territory from 1902 until 1907,
when statehood abolished the office,
dropped dead Monday while walking
from home to his office. Apoplexy
ct was given as the cause.
School Tax Defeated.
Bertram, Tex.-The election held
this week to determine a tax of 12 I-2c
S on the one hundred dollars in this
L, Independent school district resulted
of in a majority of 11 against it.
Fire Lays Waste Scientific Collection.
Albuquerque, N. M.-HHadley Hall,
the scientific department of the Uni
versity of New Mexico, was burned
Monday. The loss is more than $100,
000.. The famous Indian museum and
geological collection belonging to the
university was destroyed.
S' Interurban Power-House.
ille" Houston, Tex.-The power-house of
1s the Galveston-Houston Iliterurban will
b be located on the north bank of Cle4s
Creek in Harris County.
A IVMINISTER'S NOT
Rev. Kemp Tells of His Digestive "T
Troubles and How He Overcame alwa
Them-You Can Do So Free.
The lack of exercise in a minister's life intel
makes him very prone to constipation- y
but for that matter, most everybody is
constipated now and then. It is the na- laYS
know that a sure I
way to cure con- thou
stipatlon and oth
er stomach, liver coul
and bowel trou- and
bles is with Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup takc
Pepsin, which as
church people hold
have been buying hold
for twenty years. "`
Rev. I. A. Kemp (
of Rising Sun,
Ind., Secretary of fron
the Indiana Con
ference of the ilav
Methodist Episco- "I
pal Church, says
in part: wa
nFtr years I Dr. W. B. Caldwell
have been a vie- Look for this pic- i
tim of constipation ture on the package mac
but I have never ge
found anything to equal Dr. Caldwell's egg
Syrup Pepsin. I also had indigestion cat
and heart trouble. I can certainly recom- swe
It can be bought of any druggist at 50 B
cents or $1 a bottle. If there is anything urb;
about your case that you don't under
stand, write to the doctor. If you have on
pever used this remedy and would like eSCi
o try it, send your address and a free
sample bottle will be forwarded to your
home. Address Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 201
Caldwell Bldg., Monticello, Ill.
BROKE HER UP. a
IMrs. L. I. Terary-Mrs. Wise has
s siven up her club. bo
Mrs. Izit Soe--Why?
r Mrs. L., I. Terary-Every time she
t went to a meeting her husband moved
. the furniture in the parlor all around. ofl
e UNSIGHTLY COMPLEXIONS ha
u- The constant use of Cuticura Soap, te
lr assisted by Cuticura Ointment, for ye
u" toilet, bath and nursery purposes not gi
of only preserves, purifes, and beautifhes a ri
the skin, scalp, hair and hands, but hw
prevents inflammation, irritation and th
clogging of the pores, the common tn
cause of pimples, blackheads, redness I
and roughness, yellow, oily, mothy and hi
!r other unwholesome conditions of the di
Scomplexion and skin. All who delight re
i n a clear skin, sot t, white hands, a w
rd clean, wholesome scalp and live, glossy Ila
hair, will find Cuticura Soap most suc- c<
es cessful in realizing every expectation. tt
it. Cuticura Soap and Ointment are ad- s<
mirably adapted to preserve the
at health of the skin and scalp of in
fants and children, and to prevent
oil minor blemishes or inherited skin hu- 8
mors becoming chronic, and may be
In- used from the hour of birth. Cuticura rt
ac- i Remedies are sold throughout the civ- as
be ilized world. Send to Potter Drug &
of Chem. Corp., sole proprietors, Boston, d
in- for their free Cuticura book, 32 pages F,
ice of invaluable advice on care and Ii
ies treatment of the skin, scalp and hair.
ely Very Fishy.
is *She was-a fisherman's daughter, she f
of wore her hair in a net, and she pre
I a ferred love in a piscatorial way.
"My love," he whispered, "you hold
first 'place' in my heart! Although I
'flounder' about in expressing myself, I
gon my 'sole' wish is that you will save
ras me from becoming a 'crabbed' old
re- bachelor. I shall stick to you closer
to than a 'limpet,' from you a 'wink'll'
aity be the road to guide me. Together
we will 'skate' over life's 'rocks,' and
pre- when I look at your hand beside me
kI shall say to myself: 'Fortune was
ken mine when I put 'herring' there!"
of And then the lady dropped her eyes
San in sweet confusion, and murmured:
'ply '-Pass the salt."
atte, Clerk-May I have a'day's leave to
· at- morrow, sir? It is my mother-in-law's
t of funeral.
907, Employer-My dear Huber, this
fice, mustn't occur again. Last week your
king wife died and now your mother-in
lexy law's going to be buried. You must
arrange things better in your family
and see that they happen In the holi
held if You Have Common Sore Eyes,
1-2c if lines blur or run together, you need
this j PETTIT'S EYE SALVE, 25c. All ilrug
I lted gists or Howard Bros., Buffalo, N. Y.
We are our best when we try' to be
It not for ourselves alone, but for our
tion. brethren.-Phillips Brooks.
1 si . Wl instow's iOW Soothing flyrua
irned y~nrnatreaRctrrd o ,1,u uce kiU
$100,- It takes pn oculist to make some
and people open their eyes.
A mustard plaster can always be
depended upon to do something smart.
PERRY DAVIS' PAINKILLER
fora sudden chillorcold (instead of whiskey) use
Painkiller. For colic, dlathea and summer compla i nt
this medicine never fails. 2ec. 35c and bOc bottles.
' Put up with sarcasni-don't practice
4)CVjlL Vyrjc uu· . 1Iý
B eouof Utee usly gr ly, gray hal' . Us "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. PRIOCS $100. rtal.
NOT INTERESTED IN TOADS 1
But Exasperated Suburbanite Was
Forced to Listen to Statistics
Until Patience Gave Way.
"Tonds-" began the man who Is
always looking up queer statistics.
"Blast the toads!" snappedl the sub
burbanite with the ham, the bag of
flour and the lawn mower. "I am not
interested in toadls."
"But you should be, sir. The toad
lays S1,000 eggs annually."
"Very extraordinary, but-"
"The female toad also lives to be a
thousand years old. Now, if a hen
could live to be a thousand years old
and lay 81,000 eggs annually it wouldl
take a cold-storage warehouse as big
as Mlaine, California and Texas, to
"Wonderful, but my train-"
"Stood on end the eggs would reach
from here to the moon and back and
leave enough to fill the Pacific ocean."
"Let go of my buttonhole, sir. I
want to make that train-"
"Useless job. The train Is already
made. Listen to sense. After those
eggs filled the Pacific ocean it would
cause a tidal wave that would
But just then the exasperated sub.
urbanite brought his bag of flour down
on the garrulous stranger. Then he
escaped to his train.
A SOLDIER'S EXPERIENCE.
Hardships of Army Life Brought On a
Severe Case of Kidney Trouble.
H. N. Camp, 1356
Delaware St., Den
ver, Colo., says: "Dur
ing the Spanish-Amer
Ican war, I contract- I
ed a severe, kidney
trouble. After re
turning home, I was
under a physician's
care for months, but
grew gradually worse.
Finally I got so bad
I could not hold the
urine at all. I also
.bhad intense suffer
ing from back pains.
Doan's Kidney Pills
from, the first, and
soon I was well and
Remember the name-Doan's.
For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a
box. Foster-Milburn Co.,Buffalo, N. Y.
e Wedding Fee Counterfeit.
d A well-dressed stranger entered the
1office of Justice William B. Williams,
Montclair, N. J., and after shaking
hands astonished the justice by say
ing: "I'm here to redeem that coun
p, terfeit $10 bill I passed on you. Two
r years ago I called on you with my
At girl and two witnesses and you mar
s ried us. I handed you a $10 bill. I
it had a counterfeit in my pocketbook
id that I'd carried for several years. I
in never missed it until yesterday. Then
as I remembered that I'd accidentally
Id handed you the bill." The caller pro-.
ie duced a good $10 bill, but the justice
Lt refused to take it. "Don't let that
a worry you, my dear fellow," he
sy laughed. "I never knew it was a
LC- counterfeit. No kind of money sticks
a. to me over night. I'm married, my
in- How's This?
nt We offer One Hundred ol hlars Reward for any
case of Catarrh tiht cannot be cured by Hlall's
iu- Catarrb Cure.
eF. J. CIIENEY CO. Toledo. O.
e we. the ull~rlndertened have knowrn F. J. Chi ney
ira for the I:ast 15 yearn, and beilhve rhim perfectly hon
orable in all busiocss traiioactions and financially
rV- able to carry out any ohiI.ittons made by his firm.
W'ALD1NG. KINxAN & MAnVIN,
Wholesale Druii'gists, Toledo. O.
n, Hall's a tarrh Cure is taken internally, acting
dirretly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the
5 5ystenm. 'rcstmonlials sent free. Price Th cents per
,nd bottle. Sold by ll UDrunolsts.
Taee iHil's Family I'ills for constliatiof.
"Jack sent me a handsome mirror
the for my birthday."
.rc. 'Oh, that accounts for it."
"Accounts for what?"
old "Yesterday he asked me if a woman
L I ever got too old to be pleased with a
we Some men get as much enjoyment
old out of a toothpick as others do out of
ser a cigar.
Afraid of Ghosts
Many people are afraid of ghosts. Few people / a
are afraid of germs. Yet the ghost is a fancy and w *. .
the germ is a fact. If the germ could be magnified * A4
to a size equal to its terrors it would appear more
terrible than any fire-breathing dragon. Germs
can't be avoided. They are in the air we breathe,
the water we drink.
The germ can only prosper when the condition
of the system gives it free scope to establish it
self and develop. When there is a deficiency of
vital force, languor, restlessness, a sallow cheek,
a hollow eye, when the appetite is poor and the
sleep is broken, it is time to guard against the germ. You can
fortify the body against all germs by the use of Dr. Pierce's Gold
en Medical Discovery. It increases the vital power, cleanses the
system of clogging impurities, enriches the blood, puts the stom.
ach and organs of digestion and nutrition in working condition, so
that the germ finds no weak or tainted spot in which to breed.
"Golden Medical Discovery" contains no alcohol, whisky or
habit-forming drugs. All its ingredients printed on its outside
wrapper. It is not a secret nostrum'but a medicine or KNowN
COMPosITrON and with a record of 40 years of cures. Accept no
substitute-there is nothing "just as good." Ask your neighbors.
S Fr uRheumattsu
Drive out pain. Strengthen nerves. Build up
system. At Drug Stores-.O0. 14o cure, no pay.
Write for free trial offer. Western Electropode
O., Dept. B, Los Angeles. Cal.
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"I suffered miserably," writes Mrs. Mattie L. Bishop, of
t 'Waverly, Va. " "cery often I would have to go to bed until it
d wore off. Everything I ate made me miserable and I could not
even wash the dishes after a meal. My husband begged me to
try CARDUI, but I had tried so many medicines I didn't want
to. However, for his sake I tried CARDUI and before I had
taken one bottle I felt all right. I can now do all my work and
recommend CARDUI to every woman."
S Are you one of the thousands of women who suffer as Mrs.
ig Bishop suffered? Don't be discouraged
Nfl CC 49
aThe Woman's Tonic
at :It has relieved thousands, when other remedies have failed. You
a owe it to yourself to try this great remedy, for it is only reason
ks able to believe it will help you, too, since it has benefited so many
Cardui is a purely vegetable tonic, containing no injurious
drugs, and therefore perfectly harmless and good for young and
2 - old. It acts gently on the delicate female constitution and leaves
0. no bad after effects.
"Try CARI)UIL-it can't harm you-it will surely help you.
At all druggists.
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