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e~a lanais abundant thatwomn
e co eat Lbeing retored to health by
Pnkham's Vegetable Compound
n testimnionallettersthat we are continually pub;
Jget ieds of them-are all genu
Is epr ess oof heartfelt gratitude
r e r sifeing that has come to these
6- ia R k ms
se though te. iuse ofLyaE.P khms
e c:f .ot uynor anykind of influence obtain
ch~ recom alatioiLs;you may depend upon it that any
stimon0 wajakhis'hnest and true-if you have any
writewoen whose true n e and.
drsses rdways given, and learn for yo
EiRZ : this one frotm Mrs. Waters:
Un . '--.1iwas sick for two yearswith nervous spells,and
afected. I bad a doctor all the time andused a
aa but nothing did me anygood. Iwas not able to go
bed mytime-n acouch or inasleeping-hair, and soon
sketon. Finally my doctor 'went for his
dmy busbaid beard of Lydia E. Pinkham's table
got-me some. In two montba I got relief now I
foeiau iid -Am at:my usual weight. I recommend
ib every oiieand so does my husband-Mrs. Tu
El6~ night St:, aidea,N.J.
d thlisine fromMrs. Haddock:
..a]io&. I q aw.weak and nvounot able to lo mywork
nable to be dnmy feet I had bc headache, palpi
Arble& wi rathmy bowels, and infammation. Sine
IPinkham a ble Compound I am better
itwe ears. think it is a wonderful medi
,b reco it to othie-Mrs. MAr AN HIAD
awer this question if you can. Why should. a
contiue to siffer without first givng Lydia E
Pin4 m m egetable Compound a trial? You know that
nd othere-*1y should it fiil in your case?
ydia E. Pinkram's Vgetable
been the standard remedyforfe- P
onesek witheonan's aiments
e u i weaf shedesnote thisla.
made.from r"oft and'. herbs, ft
s Eli n~ Trial Order.
d - "Beg pardon, sir," said the steward,
st e rkeepinguptodatest a ut may I bring you some dinner,
C Wdne "Oh, I guess so," replied the pas
he pubishers of. senger wanly, as he gazed .out across
e- tM y boolk nthir list on the bounding deep. "I guess you can
sitpeadig 'em and -bringme one on approval."
three days for the "Beg Iardon, 'sir," repeated the
* .:est (ti rbooks. steward,,"did you say 'on'.approval,'
(:l~a-:li;that acco nts for it. ,sir?"
~g~~or'i~at?"Yes,': groaned the passenger weak
.3-~elI as wondering the ly. "You see, I may not want to
otdfe dwhat -was the-cause oC your keep It."
* RESINOL EASILY STOPS
e tetin SKIN TORMENTS
~t. - ~The soothing, healing,'-comforting
- j~cha normous Incom medication in resinol ointment ,and
tss.ozotat -he say a he can't resinol soap sinks ,rlght into -every
~yt.e ~tiny pore of the sin, clears It of im
"Butfo course, If his. business Is purities, and stops Itching instantly.
But t In't.tol me nlyResinol speedily heals eczema, rashes,
Butitisni. hy, he todm nyringworm and other eruptions and gets
yterday -that be hadn't made a 4io1- rid of disfiguring pimples and black
thi early twogears." heads, when other treatments prove a
- - waste of time and money.
8ds kely ~ Resinol Is hot an experiment, it Is
Tacb ~Whefe IsChile? a doctor's pi-escription which proved
i~etls(vetuing& ges)-II---Iso wonderfully successful for skin
Bert is enthrci crguess-- troubles that It has been used by
- other doctors all over the .country fog
______-__ - nineteen years. Sold by all drugits,
resinol ointment, 50c and $1, resinol
*Thg ~e rn his car at a high soap, 25c. Try them today!-Adv.
'WeIL he will never be flned,,for Ms oieAdihBae h a
N etbn nAmerica was oneof--ewwmndctr rc
gp:.zed by Robert Norris,. in Ph is enrlsrgr.Se ssr
.hIa n 1780.gontth-NwHstafoWoe
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A ma ma bereglarlx!hishabtsMiss hositealdrat BCanin Twn, ad
~x en f the are ad.ei appelowinfte actyal Set ofLn
oneofathe for Man dorhls pad
an Tk-This is gea rsrio prearedu
'firntireOutgever Fivte New siHoseital roek
Sany .Ease, r and t thea Medicl
Dre thee aebd.-i feerllo ot trn.a Societydof
ToCo a mBturChll?
cYl3 Bssrerhatyo asefr Wigh'sInds,
. -tionR 'd-E
DecalyuorMaari o Cilsan
GdIL~hsaLm~Fever.ha mae ou sink Mr.e wiLovbek
weany e n ftnten drinkingi"
"heyve wen nt creruss5c.Asv
P~"He has one of theseonsispatiom
musachstatse mept rousing -m
All leetu'egasirdm~. es. isur tho oughly foredb DocgtosIna
fill UW~I@iT Vegeabl PlaaPlls, .On andl lxtiveg
H Al RSTAurN "ow w. trhe nrappeyor cond.
'aW hat waeyu.+ike wr.aovea
~ BleacheetahadRbeHenrdrin ing?"
"Wywhnohecarote use a
~&.Dis nt eaa nr eases.olb IT hruly Cured yDcto
AeRDelerse - 60 Fire'sWPlaat Piet oe a llaive?
HAe~FEE~~F~gINwI Countrary Tmellhi.. a
seeingwa eievghe wea'o oud' osin
gg g g go of,-rdget?"
TB ogata ake Grove'
FT .he O l- andRdare rm!
IsEs ubl saerlghtBrntheigTnc eaueI cso
Liver. Dres Ot alariao rhes Sold blod n Tuls CUtieoles.
- Iayour D Replrie 60 eer lceltshowing-hat coins thf awfll-owm~e
and a REE , Benim eiyadLseen was A eievnghe awouldn to.
* Usan eSch yildrn Au Tonic dSrApti.
isEs- atbea -am Genr~al tegebg yorc Bug~sWe m c oth.
faren. Wiiranteed by sour Drustfrist. We mean it.
place was bare except for the bones. I
trencher as with tl~e cup.
"I'm' just-a plain old Indian," is a
allusions to himself and his democra
origin not long since at a banquet to I
"A few weeks ago I couldn't have
entertainers... "There has-been no. cham
that Iwas. Yet now you-let meslt do
if you thought me as good as you are.'
The Jockey club hosts laughed fe(
"I heard you people wanted to
hire a congressman, so have come
down to see if I can get the ob."
He got it.
This is how George Huddleston
applied for Oscar Underwood's job as
congreman fr'm the Ninth Alabama
district, and the inanner of application
and the results- are characteristic of
Buddleston. He is as unlike UUde
wood as a gatling gun is unlike a silk
Underwood .is a large man physi
cally,. temperamentally reserved,
suave and polished of manner, and
rather distinguished in appearance.
Huddleston is a little, -frail-look
ing man, without social gloss, and
utterly-lacking in the physical char
acteristics that are supposed to adorn
those of his aggressive,. fighting tem
When Underwood wants anything
he proceeds cautiously, pulling a wire
here .and there; a string there, event
ually landing wjhat he started out to .ge
he goes after it like he -went after the
always' brought home the bacon.
Rddleston is' forty-four years old
having been born in the country.
AFTER A SECONID
and he did not disappoint them. As u:
been busy during the senator's attenti
nounced their'ambition to succeed hi:
alarmed, he thohght it the part of wisi
NOT AFTER Al
James Francis Burke, ever vigi
lant, aggressive, industrious, also
debonair, startled his congressional
associates by announcing that he
would not ask another term this year.
The Hon. James .Francis has had five
terms from the most populous Pitts
burhdistrict, which stood firmly for
the Repubi'can faith in both distress
ing campaigns of 1910 and 1912.
The Burke way of handling things
in campaign years and between times
had much to do - with keeping his
small, compact part of the. Pennsylva
nia map loyal to the Republican party
and there may be some wonder that a
young member so -sure of return
should prepare to drop out. Burke ex
plaiis it in these wordt:
"Despite iniportunities I have posi
tiely refused to again return to con
g'ess. Ten years is enough for any
'cae unless he determines to make
i.olitics the sole object of his career.
Te time to quit is when you are
strong, and in my case. business has at
my undivided attention."
GARDEN FOR THE HOUSEWIFE
Quick Crowing Is Secret of Tender
Crispness of Salad Plants-Keep
t1re Soli Moist.
(By L E. CHAPIN.)
Among less c'emmon sorts aspara
gus-beets are ve y desirable, as the
entire plant may be'-cooked for greens
when young, or the large ribs and
veins from the older aves may be
cooked and served as a.. ragus.
Brussels sprouts belong to the cab
bage family and the tiny heads that
form on the stalks arej more delicate
in flavor than most~ - Dge
Kohlrabi seems like c 'oss between
a cabbage and a turnip but if cooked
when young and tend has a flator
Fetticus (corn salad) ay be sown
and treated the same.y spinach and
furnishes one-of the very early spring
Leeks are as easily gro as onions
and being less in flavor a e 'more de
. irable for some purpoir ..
By common rport General Huer
ta, Mexico's present dictator, Is much
given to convivial . pursuits- His
rowess with the cognac bottle is
much lauded, but how much truth
there may be In this gossip is hard to
tell. One hears all sorts of stories,
says an American close to the Mexi
can dictator, but it is a serious ques
tion whether his alleged devotion to
the bottle ever interferes seriously
with his mental processes or with
Save for his poor eyesight he
ooks physically ft. Probably he is
much more robust and active mental
ty and bodily than the average Ameri
can approaching -sixty. Huerta is
Ekearly that age. He has led an out
door life, working hard, sleeping long
and eating simple food. Indeed, he
Bats whatever is set before him and
seems to assimilate It. One Who sat
fear him recently at a banquet no
ticed that every cover as It left his
[e appeared to he as valiant with the
phrase of which Huerta is fond in
ic. tastes. He vaunted that humble
rhich the fashionable Joceey club in
got Inside this place," he said to his
ge in me. I am the same old Indian
gn and drink champagne with you as
,bly, as though they- didn't quite see
SGOT. THE - JOB
t. When Huddleston wants anything
job as congressman. . So .far he has
and has the proverbial advantage of
Fine, bluff Marcus Aurelius Smith,
enator from Arizona, has gone home
tor a short session of stirring up
hings and is making sure of a second
senatorial term. He was given the
short term when Arizonn placed her
star on the flag,; but it was understood
hat honorable'$ark wo-uld eventually
eneft. with a tuli term,. during the
period of 'Democratic ascendency in
he new state-a. state tha~t owes more
o Mark Smith than any other single
itizei within her borders for his ef
orts as delegate to accomplish st~ate
ood and make it poe'rie to have
For some sIxteen years Mark
Smith 'was delegate' in 'ongress from
Arizona without -a vote, but powerful
therwise, especially wh-mn the, bounda
less West was intereste~d In legisla
tion. In all the years of the Honor
able Mark in congress there was con
idence among his fricends that he
would some day come' back as senator,
ual, some 'ambitious Democrats have
n to senatorial duties and have s"
2 as senator. While Mark was not
on to look things raver.
10THIER TERM -
taed such proportions as to demand
plant, and the seeds may be sown as
late as August for plants to use dur
ing the fall.
Dandelions, of the improved, large
leaved sorts are among the finest sal
d plants, and if cut freely for use
there is no danger of their becoming
Celeriac (turnip rooted celery) is
nner for flavoring soups than the
stalk-celery, and may be served in va
Winter onions are very desirable
because of the fact that when once
planted they come up year after year
as soon as the frost is out of the
ground, and are ready for use in two
or three weeks.
Okra is less well known than it
should be. It is fine for use in soups,
stews and salads.
With all these (and other salad
plants), quick growing is the secret of
tender crispness and to secure it, the
soil must be rich, and have plenty of
SCatalogues and seed packets fur
ndh..eultural directions and are ex
wiskea easiny followed. -
Are. .our lidneys Weak?
You may have Idney trouble and not
knowlit. The only signs may be occa
siona twinges in the small of the back,
constant lameness, dizzy spells or some
But no sign of kidney trouble can be
safely ignored. Kidney disease moves
rapidly. It leads to dropsy, gravel,
Bright's disease, rheumatis
If you suspect that your kidneys are
sluggish, use Doan's Kidney. Pills.
which have relieved thousands
A North Carolina Case
Mrs. D. 'M.Hfl
"Ztr $14 Eighth Ave;,
JdwV Hickory. N. C.. say7s
ua a""For two ,,years I
. waa so bad with kid
ney trouble I never
expected to be 'wel
again. My sight was
- affected by dizziness.
I couldn't sleep well
and my -back wa
lame and stiff. My
joints pained me,
too. To my delight.
Doan's Kidney Pills
helped me from the
- first and before long
cured me. I have
- -had no trouble
.tDom.. at A., S..e ea a
FOSTEbaIILBURN CO. BUPFALO. N.Y.
READY TO'PICK THE WINNER
Lesson Street Orator Sought to Irn
press Apparently Failed to
The street-corner orator had gath
ered around him a group of urchins.
Why they lisfened so attentively he
didn't understand, nor probably did
they know themselves. Simply noth
But the orator took full advantage of
his opportunity, and delivered an 'im
proving -lecture on the value of kind
ness to dumb animals.
. At the end he sought for some illus
tration to point 'the moral and adorn
It was there at hand. Across the
way walked. , lady, leading two little
dogs in leash. The one was black and
the other white.
"Now," exclaimed 'the tub-thumper,
"after what I have said, supposing
those two dear little dogs were to
start fighting, what 'would be the first
tiing you~ would do?"
No answer came at first; %ut one
little arab turned to look at the dogs
critically -and thoughtfully.
"Well, guv'nor," he answered, at
last, "I think I'd'ave tuppence on the
little black 'un!"'-London TitBits.
BLOTCHES COVERED LIMBS
19 Roach St., Atlanta, Ga.-"A few
months ago I had some kind of skin
eruption that spread until my limbs
and feet were covered'with blotches
and watery blisters. It looked like
eczema. When the trouble reached
my neck and face I was almost driven
frantic.- It Itched. and stung so in
tensely that I could not sleep or wear
any clothing on the affected parts. Aft
er two months I commenced to use
Cuticura Soap a~d Ointment and after
two days I noticed improvement and
in six days the trouble left. My skin
was fair and smooth again'and the
eruption niever returned.
"My cousin was a sufferer from pim
pes, known as acnie, on his face and
seemed to grow worse all 'the time. I
recommended Cuticura -Soap 'and
Ointment to him and now his face
Is smooth for the first time lgi three
years and he owes It all to. Cuticura
Soap and Ointment.'' (Signed)- Wal
ter Battle, Oct. 7, 1912.
Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
ree,wth 32-p. Skin-Book. Address poste
card "Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston."-Adv.
The Duke de Richelieu one day vis
ited his son, who was a-'student In the
University of Paris. "Do you need any
money?" he asked in the course of the
"No," said his son, "I still have 202
louis from last month's allowance."
On hearing this the duxce took the
boy's purse, and handing- it to his
servant, said: "There,. John, are 202
louis. My son, the Count de Fonsac,
presents them to you. Go and drinb
-But to his son he said: "Young man,
remember that you 'are the son of the
Duke de Richelieu. Be liore generous
with your money!"
How many ydiths in college today
would like to have so thoughtful a
Lkher- 'Rear Brakeman. -
Redd-It is said practically all the
railway' employes kof Prussia have
served In the army.
Greene-I :suppose where - there's
trouble ahead Ahey- all put for the
Castoff clothing and second-hanc
uniforms. of all- nations find a read:
market in Afghanistan.
It's easy enough to -go to law. The
trouble is -to get back.
for Sick Womein
STF.LAVITAE cured this
woman, who had suffered
for 25 years. Give it a
chance to cure YOU!
WHAT STELLA-VITAE HAS DONE
for one woman is well told by Mr. S. J.
Hendrix, ofPosey, Texas, who gratefunly
writes us: -
"ror' twenty-sve years!I had from one to
three Doctors trea'4ng my wife for female
troubles. and tried rarious patent medi
relif, e tried 8 ELLA-VITAXadt
oar surprise it restored her to better
heslth than she ever had. It did a won
derful work in her case."
STELLA-VITAE acts directly upon
Ithe female organs and- functions. It
tones and strenghtens the muscles
and tissues, builds up and restores
Ithe whole system when run down
and wasted by disease, soothes and
adjusts the delicate nervous organ
Iation to that harmonious balance so
necessary to perfect womanly health.
tions peculiar to womenl, stops wast
ing and relieves dangerous suppres
sion, banishes the terrors of those
periods so dreaded by weak, nerv
ous, run-down women.
STELLAVITAE does not force nature.
and is of remarkable benefit at aln times
and under all conditions. Its uis during
pregnancy benefits both mother and
We guarantee the Biratbottle of STELLA
VITAE to benefit you. If It don't you get
our money back. If it does, your dealer
is authorized to senl you six bottles for S5.
1'ry ST'ELLA-VIrAE on this "all to gain
and nothing to lose" basis. Try it ToDAY.
If you are sick there is no timnelikceNOW
for trying STELLA-VITAE.
Thacher Medicine Co.
1ett EveCSTa lveG -SORE EYE
FEW FACTS ABOUT COLOMBIA
-. W. Hebard, American Engineer,
Teils of Conditions In Southern '
Washington.-R. W. Hebard, the
American engineer and.railway build
er, is on his way to Panama to begin
the construction of: the new govern
ment-owned road. Before leaving this
city, he told of his experiences in the
republc of Colombia, to - which the
United. States is about to pay $25,000,
000 In connection with the canal.
"I frid -much ignorance here-in New
York," he said, "as' tohat really com
prises-the republic of Colombia. I have
Street Scene In Bogota.
lived in S6uth America for nearly
twenty years, and a great part of that
time, I was in Colombia, and in the
-course of my.business had occasion to
visit nearly every part of the repub
lic; There are about five million per
ons in the republic, notwithstanding
the great number that, have been
killed In the civil wars. About ten
per cent of these are whites, descend
ed from the early Spanish settlers.
The rest are what are -caled 'Mesti
zos,' and are a mixture of whites and
Indians or negroes. There are a few
full-blood Indians back in the forests;
but these are dying out. The whites
are the ruling class, leading in com
merce and forming the government.
Education has been lacking until very
recently, when under ex-President Ra
'fae Reyes a school system was estab-.
lished. You see, Colombia has a great
advantage over most of the other
South American countries; she has
pots on both oceans.
"Bogota, the capital of the republic,
Is a charming city, and has. a popula
to~ of about one hundred and twenty
thousand, and is about seven thousand
five hundred feet above sea level. 'At
present the exports from Colombia
are mostly coffee,.cocoa, sugar,,:tobae
co, gold, silver, copper and 'platinumi
The iraports are chiefly. European
goods in the line of.'machinery and
wearing. apparel. These come from
Europe, I suppose -because we- have
been too busy, here in' the United
States to go after those -markets. it
is a shame, -too, because we are the
logical source of supplies for all South
FORTUNE IN GOLD AND FURS
Fall and Winter's Work Makes Spo
kane ProspectorTrapper $,00O
Spokan.-More then $27,000 -as -re
wrd for a wigter spent In. hunting
and prospecting is the~ record - made
by D. J. Mateevie, who came to Spo
kane to sell fyirs caught In the Clear
'ater district In idaho.
Mateevic went -Into the district last
September and spent the fall In pros
pecting. In October he came across
-a portion of creek bottom which had
-Ibeen swept cdean by a cloudburst,
leaving the crevices open. After a
fw jSans he realized that he had
made a big, find, as every pan. was
showing strong color and rnnning be
tween ten and fifty cerfts in gold.
He located his claim November 19,
and prospected as much as possible
before snow fell. He says his wash
ings averaged 25 cents a pan. Ma
teevic has been offered $25,000 for his
mining claim. .
After winter set in he hunted furs,
andhe brought to Spokane a pack
worth $2,000, one of the furs being a
silver fox, valued at, approximD2ely,
seven hundred dollars.
CURFEW LAW FOR YORK
[Mayor John R. Lafean of York, Pa.,
W il ntroduce Stringent
York. Pa.-Mayor John R. Lafeanl
w il introduce, a "curfew ordinance."
It will provide that children under six
teen years .of age shanl not be on the
streets unattended or with improper
ompany after nine o'clock betwe
October 1 and April L.
They must be attended by their pa
rents or some reputable person. If
they are employed at night or attend
night school they will be provided with
cards. A penalty of two dollars' fine
or 24 hours' imprisonment of the pa.
rents or guardians in violation of the
law has been fixed.
-Warning bells and whistles will be
given when it is time for the children
to get off the streets.
error Beast" Is Coile Dog.
Chcago.-A "terror beast" which
for three days spread terror in the
hearts of Englewood residents and
resulted in . police reserves and a
posse of citizens getting out on Its
trail, was found to be only a home
Less collie dog which was lonesome.
Fined for Speeding.
Hackensack. N. J.--Wllis E. Barnes,
a legless chauffeur, was arrested for
speeding through two toll gates.
Barnes was carried into court. He de
clared his employer, F. H. Herman,
w anted to keep an appointment. Her
man was fined $20.
Sues Father .for Whlpping H~er.
New York.-Mrs. Lena. Israel Is
suing her father, Isaad Golman, to
- rcover $5,000 amages 'for .a whip
ppng he' gave i her:four years ago,
B when she was ~Iiagle. -
xesandRest20ohfa~ i ws
Opium.Morphine nor Mineral
Nor NARC OTIC.
Aperfect Remedy rorConstips
ness and Loss or SLEW
TM Con COMPnT.
under th Food
UABLE TO SEE THE JO
>bably - Druggist Was ,of the Same
Opinion as His Small Colored
Errand By. rig
Adruggist, who had a little colored
rand boy, fell into the habit of play
;ng practlcal jokes on him. Oneda
.he druggist was mixi -some corn d
bustible oils. Suddenly there was a
erific xplosion, which hurled the
nhenst in one direction and the lttle
daky.In another, ,while the whole II
place burst forth into flames.
After a time a black fiaure emerged
rom under a counterwhimpering and
rubbing'a rapidly growing bump on
is head. He lpped over to where
tedi- git sat with
deer cut across his forehead.
YOu hadn't -orter play w14. e
dat-a-ay doctor,' he said. repraahij
ly "Dat shore ain't no ay to
A La France.
idnes-Hello; here's another blood- t
less duel and they fought for over I
. hour. -
Brown-With pistols orswr.
Jnes-Neither. -They use safet~
"They say be does busines~ on a
"Yes, Indeed; he weighis hay.
Will cure yoir Rheugnatism and alt
akds of aches and pains-Neuralgli3
amps, Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cats,
d .Sores, Burns, etc. Antiseptic
nodyne. Price 25e.-A"7. ~
"My boy is going to the-front"
"Brav.e boy!I Mexico?"
"No; in a hotel."
r. Peery's Vermifuge -"Dead Shot" kffl
an expels Worms in a Avery few .houra -
"He plays a mouth organ."
"Has a taste for music, eh?!"
Sore Eyes, Granulated Eyelids and Sties
romptly healed with Eoman Eye Bal- -
Sm.' Adv. -__ _ _ _ _ _ _
Ater a man has spent a few nIghts4
n a sleeping car he can appreciate a
ome in a small fiat.
Anybody can dye successfully with
Putnam Fadeless Dyes. Ady.
Many ama putshis footin it when s
e asgs a woman for her hang.
It Is sometimes easier for a poor =
man to be good than contented. .
Are'"Dange Signals"-tehUuman s
in that ie blood has become imp
nthscondition the human boyi
.more serious illness. Don't dly
Igesto work imm~edi'ately at the se
It lni a hand. Heto d6iges
turned into rich, red blood. Every orga
Made from roots taken from our
tDr. Pierces -naisHtlBfao
Yoaanave thecom me'm
to make more boIls, good
and for corn, help the plar
-Try 200 lbs. per acre of
Phosphate and Nitrate of
Insure against cotton:
per acre. Right side dres
and produces a fail en
4 ound, heavy corn and
*We suilPotash inan autfrom E
I GERMAN KALU
yuwanlt, If your
ask him to get it B IE
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times in tea. w~ibs~ ~"' -~
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