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STORE NEWS WORTH READING
People Who Watch Advertisement
Profit Accordingly Patronize
The merchant who buys space In a
newspaper to tell the news of his
tore knows that the new8 is worth
telling and is of vital Interest to you
or he wouldn't spend that money ad
vertising. He's trying to tell you
what he has that you ehould have
and he's Just as anxious that you
read and profit by what he tells you
as Is the editor of the newspaper that
you read the town news.
Tou've missed a chance to ssjve
somo money If you've missed read
ing the ads. You've overlooked one
of those opportunities for economy
dat come along et.rh week to the
readers of the advertisements. You've
let a good chance flip, but there are
several more equally good chances
Now read the ads. You'll be sur
prisedbut happily so, by what you
read. You'll find these merchants
using type to distribute really vital
information concerning your needs
and their merchandise.
Mrs. R went to C the other
day. She purchased a suit nnd some
dresses in one of the big stores there.
She paid 135 for the suit and the
cheapest dress she bought cost her
$18. The suit didn't fit very well so
she had o leave It to be altered.
They charced her $2.",0 for the altera
tions. The dresses didn't fit, either,
but she didn't have time to wait so
she brrught them home. She Just
had three of them. The suit came
Bnd It doesn't fit very well.
One of the home town merchants
had the same identical suit adver
tised for $."!0 he can afford to sell
ibsm for less than the city merchant
can because his expenses of doing
business are much loss. He has
some dresses that Mrs. R admits
are better than the ones she got In
the city and he Is selling them for
$15 no charge for alterations.
Mrs. R learned her lesson and
she paid n fairly good price for the
knowledge. It costs nothing to read
the ads and the returns are always
ADVERTISE ALL THE TIME
Spasmodic Newspaper Publicity Poor
Policy Size of Space Used Should
Also Be Regular.
Would you consider that this news
paper was well managed If It issued
according to the mood of its publish
ers Instead of at regular, stated and
invariable Intervals? asks the Canon
City (Colo ) Recordette. Would you
think It a good newspaper if It print
ed a twelve-page Issue at one time
and a one-page, handbill-size Issue at
another time? Would you feel that
It was serving its constituency effec
tually if, now and then, It suspended
l6sue entirely to be resumed at some
time when the publishers felt In
clined? Your store serves your patrons with
store news through its advertising.
They assume that there Is always
store news worth telling store news
that Is important to them.
Is Is not a poor policy for a store,
as it would be for a newspaper, to
serve Its patrons In a spasmodic, un
defendable way? If your store Is im
portant to the people of the city,
your advertising is Important to them
all of the time not merely now and
The size of your advertising space
should not vary any more than the
clze of a newspaper varies, and the
appearance of your advertising should
be as frequent and as regular as the
appearance of this newspaper.
Good for Any Business.
The value of advertising to manu
facturers as well as to merchants and
retail dealers Is well shown by re
sults which the International Harves
ter company has had from a recent
short advertising campaign In a num
ber of newspapers, the smaller dallies
and weeklies having only a local cir
culation, not the metropolitan papers.
So successful have been the results
In building up the sales of the Inter
national Harvester company's machin
ery that the company has undertaken
a second advertising campaign in
which more than twice as many pa
pers are to be used and double the
amount of space. The day has passed
when publicity is not an aid to build
ing up business of all sorts and a very
mportant aid because always profit
able to the iuisiness when rightly
applied. Evm the churches are
finding that display advertising in the
newspapers brings them larger con
"Have you ever had an operation
"Not yet; but if a certain Invest?
ment of my husband's turns out right
1 expect to undergo one in the fall."
The Proper Way.
"Hello, old man; how do you find
"How? By Judicious advertising, of
In America, says tho Lonuvillo
Courier-Journal, a school teacher
works, upon the average, tor about
half as much as a bricklayer, and baa
to tell the boys that education is a
necessity If they would get on in life.
From His Point of Vlsw.
"Stop that! Hands off! How do
you know I'm the passenger that
stepped on your foot?" "I don't know
if absolutely, but (biff I'm giving you
Vbiff) tho benellt of the (biff! bang!)
AVOID WINDOW PAINS
y Mt forgetting that both J ;
you and your ttoro are frequent- i .
i ly Judged by the style of your
window tftspl ay.
By planning your window dla-
plays at least a week ahead. It I
By not leaving your window 1
empty longer than neceeeary.
i An empty window with small j
pieces of window strips still ad- ! !
herlng to the glass may glv '
; an Impression of "For Rent" to ! !
tne passing stranger. T
f By keeping below the level of 4
X mm .i.u . -i mL I
I fn.rJ ' mMt Prm' 1
L 'nance. X
- .J.? . 8 yT . W 1 t '
X rather than a lot of odds and 1
T ends. I
By having a strong light on j !
; ; your display at night. All In-
i visible light shining down on ! !
', ', your display Is preferable In j ;
T most instances.
I By using neat cards with plain t ;
- - w.-...v i". -r
X By not displaying fly psper In T
X By backing up the most prom- T
T inent feature of your display so X
X as to bring it out bold and T
T strong. A. L. Wolcott, in
X Welch's Magazine.
HIS BUSINESS WAS BOOSTED
Pointers for the Paint Man and the
Hardware Merchant Stimulat
ing the Sales.
Here is a simple plan used success
fully by a dealer In implements for
stimulating his paint business. This
dealer found that his paint business
always lagged when fall approached,
says System, and so he got out a cir
cular letter which he sent to tbe
farmers In the vicinity. The letter
explained the harm done to farm ma-
chlnery during the winter by rust
and advised a coat of paint to pro-
tect It. The scheme worked and that
man's paint business almost equaled
any record he had before. ,
One hardware man had the right
Idea for selling gas stoves when he
hired a vacant building near his store
and gave a luncheon every afternoon
for a week. He hired a man and
cook to prepare the lunch on the
Btove and then served his customers
without charge. No direct attempt
. ,, . . , ,
was made to sell the stove, but of
course while cooking tho food the
best points of the stove were brought
out. The plan was a winner.
There is always something good to
spring on the public. A hardware
mprrhnnt in a laree cltv. where free
press notices are few and hard to munication. This removes one of the
land, got a big piece of advertising obstacles to the proposition of
space gratis by an old plan. ! establishing a system of airship routes
A friend had spent a vacation In over the Sahara, as it has been found
Florida and when he returned to the ' a matter of some difficulty to find the
northern city where this little com- wa' acr0BB the sacd' stretch because
edy was staged he carried with htm of the absence of marks which act as
an alligator. We ll call this walking eu'de PBts- The discovery above re
leather factory Jim. ferred 10 18 that owlnS t0 the non-con-
.Tim was nlaeed In a show window ductlvity of the sand, messages may
facing a street where thousands of
people pass every day. He was la
beled as being a couple of hundred
years old, and, of course, attracted
attention. The papers gave space to
descriptions of Jim and the. crowd
around the hardware window grew.
The climax came when the merchant
donated Jim, now James, to a zoo,
thus gaining more space, trade and
Why Mammoth Cave Is Unknown.
t r'lhow Hnlihnrrt nne of the
most brilliant and entertaining of the
writers and speakers in America to-
day, not long ago visited the far-
famed Mammoth Cave In Kentucky,
He found clumps of willows and
crasses grown up before Its entrance
The large hotel that entertained
hundreds of guests was falling down
and In ruins. Only a single family of
farming people lived near the great
How 1b It, he said, that so many
people once journeyed to visit this
wonderful place and so few come
now? He Inquired around. He soon
got an answer to his question. It
was this: The man who once adver
tised the Mammoth Cave so exten-
-1 1.. n nn, VOOI-fl Pfi Hlpft And
with the death of the advertising
manager the great cave, with all Its
wonders, dropped out of sight.
It Is the same old story- People
won't know what your goods and
your town are unless you advertise.
An enterprising man for 25 years
advertised the Mammoth Cave and
got thousands of people there. Everj
fellow used to take his girl there on
their honeymoon. But now it is ob
scured by a Jungle. No one knows
about its wonders. Why? The ad
vertising man died.
I am only a piece of work. After I
leave your hands you may never seo
nie again People looking at me, how
ever, will see you and, so far as they
are concerned, I'll be you Put into
me your best so that I may Bpeak to
all who see me and tell them of the
master workman who wrought me
Say to them through me, "I know what
good work Is" If I am well done, I
will get Into good company and keep
up the standard If I am shabby and
poorly made, I will get into bad com
panyThen show through me your
Joy in what you do. so that I may go
the way of all good work, announcing
wherever I go that I stand for a work
man that needeth not be ashamed.
William Chandler Smith.
Blngs "I see a woman has b,een
cured of rheumatism by a stroke of
lightning." Jlngs "Yes. And the
case differs from so many surgic
al operations announced as perfectly
successful in that tho patient Is still
Put Ons Ovsr.
Wife What a wretch that Mrs. Cu
taway Is. When sho found I US ile
scended from King l.unky III. she Oots
to a genealogist and gats des. JU4
from King Lunky L,
COULD NOT BE CORNERED
Shaikh, With the Fanaticism of His
Race, Had an Answer for
Dr. U C. Howard, the famous spe
cialist at whose suggestion the house
fly has been rechristened the typhoid
fly, said the other day:
"There's a typo of person who es
pecially annoys me. That is the over
religious person who objects to the
extermination of the flea and mosquito
and fly and other disease-breeding
creatures on the ground that Provi
dence apt tbeii here, and hence they
must uerve some hidden purpose, and
It is irreverent to destroy them.
These people remind me of a sheikh
HyPt- A medical missionary was
( j i n.v
Woi certain sanitary precautions 1
agalnst cholera, but the sheikh was
such a good Mohammedan that the
missionary could do nothing with
" 'Now, my dear sheikh,' the man
once said, 'It is very Important to
burn the clothes of everybody who
dies of cholera, for the clothes com-
'Does Allah need to work through
clothes?' the sheikh asked, lncred
olously. " 'Now, sheikh,' said t!ie missionary,
'remember that stranger last month.
He was taken down with cholera, and
as his clothes were handsome, two of
your villagers watched beside him so
that they could seize them when all
should be over.'
" 'Yes, I remember.'
" 'Hut a man appenred and said he
was the sick stranger's brother, and
claimed the clothes. The two vil
lagers, however, beat the man with
sticks out of the village as an im
postor.' i " 'I rememebr.'
" 'And the stranger died, and the
i two villagers divided his clothes.
They wore them, and lo! in a few
days they wore themselves dead
they and 40 of your villagers.'
" 'Yes,' said the sheikh. 'Allah pun
ished thone two men for beating and
Seating the brother. They were sin
ners, and Allah slew them.'
"ul RDul lne 4 oilier
'ho dlea-" led the missionary, and
he added t0 lni8elf. 'rve ot hlm
"Hut the sheikh Just hrugged his
" 'As to the 40 others,' he said.
calmly, 'who but Allah knows their
crimes?' "St. Louis Globe-Democrat
Wireless In the Desert.
A valuable discovery has been made
recently by Marconi In relation to the
"Ee of the wireless system in desert
country and that is that the use of
masts nd antennae are not at all
necessary for the purposes of com
be launched to the ether from wires
laid a short distance on the ground.
In the direction of which it Is desired
to send the message. Dispensing
with the pole in this manner groatly
facilitates the use of the system in
warfare, for the handling of the pole
represents the greatest part of the
weight and bulk of the outfit.
Models of Teeth in Wood.
An Indian carpenter In Uganda has
sent to a dentist In Nairobi cedar
wood patterns of a couple of teeth
R"ch he wants made to order. It Is
stated that when the work is corn-
to the British museum.
Uncle Eben's Philosophy.
"I likes to hoar a young gemman
say he's tryln' to keep up wlf de
times," said Uncle Kben, "pervided he
uses an alarm clock to help him"
To Wipe Out Finger Marks.
Rub the finger marks on doors
with a piece of clean flannel dipped
In kerosene oil; afterwards wipe with
,i cloth wrung out of hot water to
take the smell away. This is tottff
than using soap and water, as it do,-.-
A capstan Is built Into a new fclock
and tackle with which one man can
handle loads of one thousand pounds
and two men, loads of four thousand
fast pt. UiVM Cattli Katlve bt
steem. J5.S0 (9)10.75; c-on and lisifers,
$i;.oo'9.oo; Blockers and feeders, sa.Tr.Tii
7.00; Tf-xas doers, 1,1. OOff 7.00; cows and
beifers, 13. 251! 5.00; nilv-s, in carload lots,
sr nuni so. Hosts ailaed and butchers,
SC10!f)9.i5; food to henvy, 190039.15;
rough, I8.40 S.fiO; IlRht. 19.101 9.?0: ilK,
$7.000 1.00. Sheep Muttons. $3.50J3.6B;
CH1CAOO. Cattle Beeves, J5.50 9
11.00; cowa and heifers, tj -i Stock
irs and feeders. $4 ,1107.71 i Texans. f4.50
fati. 00; OSives, U.ftSil.tf. Hogs Mixed
iind butchers. I8.60fi9.25; heavy, ,8.05
9.S5; rough heavy. M.UOMoj light, 18.60
ih 9.20; nigs. B.75iS.45. Sheep Native,
t l.25fT4.20: western, t 044 4.25; lnmtta,
,4 5097.25; western, f4.757.05.
ST. LOnS. Wheat No. 2 red, I M
1.08; No. 3 red, 9801-05; No. 4 red. II
99; No. 2 hard. 9K8-94; No 3 hard. 8!Ha
92; No. 4 hard. 86iS9. Corn No. 2. 6
G8i4; No. S, 6S; No. 4, 6j; No. 2 yel
low, 71; No. 3 yellow, 70; No. 2 white.
75f76ii: No. 3 white. 67W074: No. 4
white, 6H. Outs-- No. 2, 32w.J3; No. 8,
32; No. 4, 31: Nn. 2 white, 35; standard
14; No. I white, 32'.3321; No. 4 white,
CHICAGO. Wheat No. 2 red, I1.04A
1.01: No. I red. SOOLOl: No. 4 red. 839
: No. t hard, 9. . vsl; No. 3 hard, 88
Oil: No. 1 northern, 984394 Vi; No.
northern. 88(i93H. CornNo. 2. 7;i
8: No, 3. 7HOK: No. 4, ltO7; No. 2
yellow, I80M; No. 8 yellow, 67-'i69; No
4 yellow, f0: No, 2 white, 6K; fi .J'.'-;
No. I white, se8: No. 4 white. CC,
7K. Oata No. 2 white. S435: stand
ard, 34034U; No. 1 white, 32033; No.
4 white. 32 0 32Vi.
NEW TORK. Butter Creamery extra.
12c; state dairy, 2330c; lm -,n
oreamery first, X402c Eggs N- iy
white fancy, 42048o; nearby mixed rn
T. 26031c; fresh firsts, SSOMc. Pirsspd
poultry Turkeys 14024c; chlokena. lift
Sssi fowls, uoistto; ducks. noi
TO SICK WOMEN
Thousands Have Been Helped
Women suffering from any form of fe
male Ills are invited to communicate
promptly with the woman's private corre
spondence department of the Lydia E.
Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. I
Your letter will be opened, read and ! non thirty or more years ago as re
answered by a woman and held in strict i moving superfluous hair, being an ex
confidence. A woman can freely talk of ' cedent substitute for table butter.
her private illness to a woman; thus has ;
been established s confidential corre-
spondence which h as extended over i
many years and which baa never been
broken. Never have they published a
testimonial or used a letter without tbe
1 written consent of the writer, and never
has the Company allowed these confiden
tial lettafs to get out of their possession,
I as the hundredrof thousands of them in
their files will attest
Out of the vast volume of experience
which they have to draw from, it 13 wore
than possible that they possess the very
knowledge needed in your case. Noth
ing Is asked in return except your good
will, and their advice has helped thou
sands. Surely any
woman, rich or poor,
should be glad to
take advantage of
this generous offer
of assistance. Ad
dress Lydia E. Pink
ham Medicine Co..
Every woman ought to have
Lydia E. Plnkham's 80-paffe
Text Book. It is not a book for
general distribution, as it is too
expensive. It is freo and only
obtainable by mail. Write for
EVIDENTLY OUT OF PLACE
Indignant Frenchman Had Some
Fault to Find With Postmaster,
and Said So.
A Frenchman with a name spelled
a la Paris and pronounced something
like Ca-choo had never learned to
read or write, but ho managed to dis
guise the fact pretty well until ho
moved to a new community where the
namo was not common. Going to the
postofflce one morning he inquired:
"Got any mall for Joe Ca-choo?"
"What's the name?" Inquired the
"Ca-choo. Joe Ca-choo."
"How do you spell It?"
"Can't you spell Joe Ca-choo?"
.No, said the clerk, I never heard Irate shot of one of his team, that he
It before." wafl heard to address him In the fol-
Then the disgust of the Frenchman, lowing manner: "Lie down and dee. '
which had been constantly rising, mon; lie down and dee. Ye'll never'
boiled over and he snorted: lay a finer stane nor that If ye live to I
"Well, If you can't spell, why don't be a hundred."
you sell your old postofJlco to some- :
ono that can?" Point for Sherlock Holmes.
Somebody wondered how long a cer-
BABY IN MISERY WITH RASH tain woman who had just left the
room had been married.
Monroe, Wls.-"When my baby was I "bott 15 ye'"s'" 6ald thf? Jwsltr. I
Six weeks old there came a rash on , How ,' J cu l.:Sow? asked the Jew
his face which finally spread until It elc" ?'.:,fe- Aou never saw ber unt11
ot nearly all over his body. It form- i 811' ...
ed a crust on his head, hair fell out , 1 cfn , ' b-v " u. f h" "ed:
and the Itch was terrible. When BS fe.fi1' . he ref1:ed Tbe yldth (
would scratch the crust, tho water
would ooze out In big drops. On faco
and body It was In a dry form and
would scale off. He was In great mis
ery and at nights I would lie awake
holding his hands so that he could not
scratch and disfigure himself. I tried
simple remedies at first, then got
medicine, but it did no good.
"Finally a friend suggested Cutlcura
Remedies, so I sent for a sample to
see what they would do, when to my
surprise after a few applications I
could see an improvement, and he
would rest better. I bought a box of
Cutlcura Ointment and a cake of Cutl
cura Soap and before I had them half
used my baby was cured. His head Is
now covered with a luxuriant growth
of hair and his complexion la ad
mired by everybody and has no dis
flgurements." (Signed) Mrs. Annio
Saunders, Sept. 29, 1911.
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free, with 82-p. Skin Book. Address
post-card "Cutlcura, Dept. U Boston."
"Think I'll go to the ball game to
day." "All right Is there a telephone at
"There's one there. Why?"
"If tbe home team loses, I want you
to telephone me, so that I can take
the children and go over to mother's
until you get your temper back."
A Paradoxical Ballot.
"I should think the women voting
in the new suffrage states would
i strike one obstacle."
"What is that?"
"How can the matrons of a party
cast their maiden vote?"
If vou cannot affnrd 10c cigare, smoke
LEWIS' Single Binder straight 5c made
of extra quality tobacco Adv.
The Style of It.
"How do they serve meals from
that lunch wagon?"
"I suppose they serve them
CURBS BURNS AND CUTS.
Cole's Carboltsalve stops the pain Instantly.
Cures quick. Noscsr. Alldruggists. 25 and 50c. Adv.
"Do you think a wife should
through her husband's pockets?"
"Yes if there's anything In em.'
Kns, WlnsloWs Soothing Syrup for Children
leeihing, softens tbe gums, redacea Inflamma
tion, allays pain, eures wind colic, S5c a bottle.
A smooth man is liable to he slippery.
ARRESTING FLIGHT OF TIME!
German Scientists Advise the Eating
of Egg Snails by Those Who Ap
proach Old Ago.
Two Germans, deep thinkers Pro
fessors Emmerich and Loewe state
that eggs shells eaten Increase the
power of resistance against "the with
ering blight of time," add weight to
the body, activity to the brain and
strength to the heart; that they de
stroy injurious bacilli, prevent inflam
mation and disease and lend courage
and energy. This reminds me, Phil
ip Hale writes In the Boston Herald,
of the preparation advertised In Lon-
none genuine unless stamped on the
blade. Eustace Miles, the English
court tennis player and vegetarian,'
says he had an old nurse who used
to eat egg shells and crunch them Joy
fully between the teeth that happened
to meet, and she said she ate the
shells becouse they "shaved the hair
off inside of the throat." The discov
ery of the German scientist is peculi
arly welcome to dwellers by the
ocean, for It Is a well known fact that
if you do not break egg shells the
v. Itches v. ill put out to sea In them to
wreck vessels, and If you burn the
hells the hens will cense to lay
Furthermore, as eggs ore now absurd
ly high even ccse eggs In the neigh
borhood It ifms a pity to waste any
.art of them.
Halloa!" Jelllson cried, as he en-
countered his acquaintance, Garwood,
in the street. ' Thought you were get-(tins-
married today. .Postponed?"
"Altogether," said Harwood. firmly
"Not even engaged now, then? ' pur
"No. The lady I was to have mar-
ri-d was too modern too up-to-date
' Vp-to-datel" The excuse astonish
ed Telllson. "How on earth "
"Wrote her last Monday, Ikying I
was coming to see her on Wednesday.
You see, although we'd been engaged
for some time, I never formally pro
posed, and she seemed to want It. So
I went on Wednesday Just to satisfy
her whim, as I thought. Got there
and found she had sold the rights ef
nhntnrnnhlTiEr itip nt thn moment nf
jpropoglng t0 cinemetograph com-
"That settled It I" Tit.-Blts.
Nothing More to Live For.
i without question, the Scots curler
I of whom Lord Lyveden tells in Fry's
Magazine, placed the proper value on
During a recent curling-match in
Switzerland, the skip of one of the
teams, who happened to be a Scots
man, was so delighted with the accu-
i five years. The kind sho wears wua
In style 15 years ago."
As they emerged from the subway
Station they were confronted by a
giant skyscraper rising Into the blue, i
"Wat building is that?" she asked, 1
not being an habitue of the downtown
district. "I don't know," he replied, j
She looked at him In surprise, this
quarttr of New York being his dally
local. "No," he Insisted wearily. "I '
don't know. It wasn't there yester
day." New York Press.
Chimmle--Hey, Maggie, hold dls
bag o' peanuts fer me fer a minute
here comes a poor relation o mine:
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
Infants and children, and see that It
wommm f, -
In TTse For Over 30 ears.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
Nlrarod (just back from fishing)
--I got this string In less than an
Nlmrod's Wise Wife There's a fish
store nearer than that, John.
A CURB FOR PILES.
Colt's Carbousalve stop Itching and pals
and cures piles. All druggists. 25 and Sue. Adv.
Many a born leader throws up the
sponge and becomes a follower.
IJolor more goods brighter and faster colors than any other dye. One 10c package colons all fibers. They dye in cold water better than anvVt
dye any garment without ripping apart. Write for free booklet How to Dye, Bleach and Mix Colors. MONROE DRUG COWMAN 1 -J from
His Modest Request.
"You handle large sums of money
In this play millions or more In every
"I see," said Torick Hamm.
"And you must handle It like you
were used to It"
"I see. Could you let me have a $2
bill to rehearse with?"
Many a fellow falls to hit the bull s
eye In tho big shoot because he has
wasted all his ammunition In practice.
"I Got This Fine Pipe With Liggett
& Myers Duke's Mixture"
All kinds of men smoke Duke's Mixture in all kinds
of pipes ns well as in cigarettes and they all tell the same
story. They like the genuine, natural tobacco taste of
B m at
it vi .if
Choice bright lenf aged to mellow mildness, carefully stemmed
and thi n granulated every grain pure, liiph-grurte tobacco
that's what you get in the Lifrgcll & Myrrs Ij-.ike's Mixture sack.
You get one and a halt ounr-s uf this purr, mild, delightful
tobacco, ur.surpnsscd In quality, for Sc nud with each back you
get u biuk of papers free.
Now About the Free Pipe
fa every MCI of Liggett QrMytrt Duke's Mixture we nnwpnrk
a coupon. You cau exc hange tbi i'j coupons for a pipe or for muny
other Valuable end useful articles. Theso present cost not ouo
penny. There is Something for every member of tho family
skates, catcher's gloves, tennis rackets, cameras, todet articles,
suitcases, caues, UmbrSUSS, and dozens of other things. Just send
3.00 3.50 4.00 '4.50 AND 6.00
FOR MEN AND WOMEN
Boys Msr W. L. Douplma $2.00, 92.
shorn, becmuec ono calr will ttomltlvoly oinwoar (wo
palre at ordinary ahoaa, aama aa
W.L.Dougla makes and aellainore $.1.0U,$3.50 & $4.00 ihoei I
than any other manufacturer m the
THE STANDARD OF QUALITY FOR OVER 30 YEARS.
The workmanship which has made W. L. Douglaa tboea famous the world
over is maintained in every pair.
Ask your dealer to show you W. L. Douglas latest fashions for fall and wintr -wear,
notice the thort vamps which ma! the foot look smaller, point in I
shoe particularly desired by young men. Also the conservative styles whir'
have made W. L. Douglas shoes a household word everywhere.
If you could visit W. L. Douglas large factories at Brockton, Mass.. and e I
for yourself how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes are made, yoc would then u
derstand why they are warranted to fit better, look better, hold their shape ar
wear longer than any other make for the price. Fan Color tytle'
CAUTION. -To protect you avsinit inferior hoes. W L Douglas stamps hlsaaas mm tbe b
torn. Look for the stamp. Beware of MSMtitutas, W. L. Doufflas shoes mrm sold itt 78 o-- i
stores and shoe dealers everywhere. Nj oiatter where yeu live, they are within y our r a -If
your dealer cannot supply you. write direct to fa lory for catalog showina how to on
by mail. Shoes ssnt avsry where, delivery ststffSSi prepaid. YV.L.Luuclaa, Brcrckton.M
Ttose Pastor Phelps Stokes, In an
address on behalf of u New York coun
tryweek charity, tnld a quair.t story,
"A little slum girl," she said, "stood
fer the first tlmo in her life in a barn-
yard, with its ricks, its lazy cows, ets
yard. v. ith its ricUc, its lazy cows, Us
plows and harrows, and what-not.
The slum girl drank it all In de
lightedly, then gasped half to herself:
" 'An' jes look at tho chickens
all runn;n' around raw!" Washington
Why He Sorrowed.
"And then Nero had Rome set afire
in every quarter."
' Alas, how terrible!" murmured lit
tle Moritz, wit an expression of such
deep anguish tha. uIb teacher asked
why it affected nlm so much.
Why," said Moritz, "Just think of
oor Insurance companies!"
"What am I to do about this man's
attack on me? I can't answer him."
"Then why don't you call him a
For Headache Nervousness
and Backache due to disorders
of Kidneys and Bladder
lcrn,f c rof ulors I'lc-srs, Varicose fleers, ln
. olent l'lrer, Mercurial Ulcsra, White Swell
sAm SsVT T. S1.1.1N, Da St. AJU, St. Paul. Minn.
Texas Irrigated Land
rou awn, Write P.O. Box 718, ritubnrSJpa.
us your name and address on a postal
and as a epeeial offer during Sep
tember and October only toe will
tend yen our new illustrated cata
logue of preienlt FREE of any
charge. Open up a sack of LiggUt
t Uytrs Duke's Mixture today.
Coufirs fom Dukt's .Wrtmrt pray be
a::rt,d vUh tact from HORSE SHOE.
J. T.. TINSLEY'S NATURAL LEAF.
GRANGER TWIST, and Content Irnm
FOUR ROSES t tin dnullt mutoi).
PICK PLUG CUT, PIEDMONT CICA.
RETTES, CUX CIGARETTES, and
Other ti or wufioru tstucd bi ft
SO S3.O0 School I
tho mon a ahooa.
Milk-crust all ove?
tiny baby's face
Uothers, If your little ones ar t-jffe 'u
from luraentiaf, unsigb'.'.y akin r . Ij
eruptions. Low can you full to pron
tLc '.-xperlcnco of tl.ls luothrr, who wr
"I do not know wiiat caucd tt:e milk
crust .n my baby's face, a,i ovrr It e
crpt tl:e eyeballs. It starti-d as a rasb, of
an ttclilag nature ; tboufb ocly three
wc. Us c.d It trie! to scratch it. Then la
about a week or tea days It had forme'!
Into crust that was very sore, whitish, Sad
cscie off in scabs. Tor about Qv? neeks I
Tjtcd different washes, but It did no good,
rrom the first application of the Eostnol
Foap and Ointment, la a few hours, eecra
lr.cly, we comd see th charge. I can
safily say I cured the baby with Beslnol
boup Bvd Itesiaol Ointment. Anyone who
will try '.-!.. w 1 11 sure get results that
are lasting." (Slcnedl Sra. l.uvmla R.
r.uffin, t'authornTll'e, Va., May U, UU,
Trmr drnpgist sells Restnot Soap (25c) and
Ointment (50c), or mailed on receipt of price.
Reslnol Chemical Co.. Baltimore, aid. They
are Invaluable household remedies for skin
troubled, bout, sores, wounds, burns and
sbti -wmmn iiiii'i iriii ill ii i is i t in l
r .Jsar? &
si w rwt
Rpaifarc this paper ? WD electo.l
iVtJdlierS) anythingadve."111!; of a11
urnns should insist upon M the County
ask f or.ref using all 6iya?. lowest bidder,
this section the
's the Republican
inty Judge from
Yob Can't Cut Out cr?S8r l08h MH80a
a ruie lot or
Ka.0u'?P $25 per
mft.a&W.&l!;- 8V,er7 M,,Xn'
tu red Muscles or J Special DrltXsl
W. N. V., 8T. LOUIs, NO,
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