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Now Is the Tine to Got Rid of These
There's no longer the slightest need of
feelln ahedof your freckles. as the
prescr ption othine - double strength - is
guaranteed to remove these homely spots.
Simply get an ounce of othine-double
strength-from your druggist, and apply a
little of it night and morning and you
should soon see that even the worst freckles
have begun to disappear. while the Ig hter
ones have vanished entirely. It i seldom
that more that one ounce is needed to com
pletely clear the skin and gain a beautiful
Be sure to ask for the double strength
othine. as this iat soldt under guarantee of
money back If it fails to remove freekle.
Harold McCorimick of Chieago, who
has outfitted the whole Yarrowdale
crew it his owin expelse, Is it Very
rich man find a very generous man111,
but he does not like to be "done."
Mr. McCormick, on one of Ils visits
to Floritlh, neglected (to stipulate his
hotel rate in advance. 1'lT hotel inil
took advantage of 111, oversight, nlill
the bill he present.ed wits e'xorbtlitliit
Mr. McCorinick, h-owevei, paid wth
out a niurmur. Then he sihd, 1as he
folded the receipt in Ils wallet :
"By the wily, hiaveyolu got inly two
"Yes, sir," saitl the hotel man. "How
many would you like to iaive?"
"Er-," said Mr. McCormick, milld
ly, "how much are they alpece?"
"Three moves are a18 its ba as a fire."
"And one visit of the paperhangers
bents a cyclone."
gore Eyes. Blood-Shot Eyes, Watery Eyes.
Sticky Eyes, all healed promptly with night
ly applications of Roman Eye Balsam. Adv.
Amierican incoies last year exceed
+ ed $30,000,000,000.
No Relief-Mrs. Brown Fin
ally Cured by Lydia E.
Cleveland, Ohio. -"For years I sof.
fered so sometimes it seemed as though
0 I could no t stand
it any longer. It
was all In my lower
organs. At times I
could hardly walk,
for if I stepped on a
little stone I would
almost faint. One
day I did faint and
my husband was
sent for and the doe
tor cane. I was ta
ken to the hospital
and stayed four weeks but when I came
home I would faint just the same and
had the same pains.
A friend who is a nurse asked me to
try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound. I began taking it that very day
for I was suffering a great deal. It has
already done me more good than the
hospital. To anyone who is suffering
as I was my advice is to stop in the first
drug-store and get a bottle of Lydia E.
Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound before
you go.h me."-Mrs. W. C. BROWN,
.2844 W. 12th St., Cleveland, Ohio.
LABORERS - White and Colored
-+ Steady Work -Good Wages ,
Excellent opportunity for handy men to
advance in all trades. Can also use all
classes of Mechanics at Good Wages.
Apply in person'to
Bethlehem Steel Co., Sparrow's Point, Md.
LU BER ofallkn 'uh n"-*rld
liculara. 4*. lias puchae any wie ,c in arn
I Nt Contents 15 Fluid Draohue
SALCOnOL--B PER 01ENT.
Ssimiatigtheood by Regla-.
' AhelpfilRemedy for
ConstIpaion~ and Diarrhloea,
YacSmilcS sitate of
xact copy of Wrapper.
Dangers of Watered Coffee
Watered stock, watered milk, and
watered coffee-the United States Gov
ernment is carrying on a crusade to
eliminate all three.
Everyone knows about watered
stock. Everyone has seen "blue milk,"
the combined efforts of a cow and the
old pump. But not everyone is on his
guard against "watered coffee."
That the United States Government
realizes the danger of watered coffee
is shown by the specifications for the
United States Army supplies. These
specifications say plainly:
"Coffee: roasts must be 'dry'
roasts, no weter being permitted
before, during or after the process
Water in coffee is a piece of dishon
esty practiced by unscrupulous coffee
roasters. They turn the hose on the
coffee while it is being roasted, so
that it won't lose weight, as coffee
will, when properly roasted. In roast
ing. coffee should lose about 10% of
its weight. If it is watered it loses
but 4%. The difference, of course, is
water, for which you pay coffee.value.
This is adulteration. and nothing
more. The water-logged coffee is rank
and unhealthy. Of course, it is not
honest to charge for coffee, and sell
coffee beans soaked in water.
A lot of watered coffee is being sold
no doubt right in this town. It is more
often met with in the lower priced
grades of bulk coffee.
As coffee is such an important bev
erage, pure food authorities are ad
vising housewives to use the greatest
care in selecting their coffee. The pure
food experts say that the best way to
avoid watered coffee is to buy some
reliable packaged brand, roasted by a
reputable coffee rohster as Arbuckle
Brothers of New York.-Adv.
A month or two after the war start
ed a collier entered a large hotel on
Tyneside an1(d ordered refreshments,
saying: "Rig prices noo; Au might as
%%e.I he a big mian."
On discovering that the waiter was
at erman, Ihe irate pi1tmuan, choking
with ilager, leaped to lils feet, ran the
aifrighted Teuton to the door, and as
"isted himi into the roadway with his
fot, IId then, whIeeling round upon
the Ir'embling, expostulating .proprie
tor, lie spluttered :
"Mai, if ivvor ye dare te set a thun
dr('in' Jir n t1111111 e wait on me 11gyen,
Aa'll twist ye tn' him romiul yor aan
neeks, an' rain th' pair o' ye iaafway
doi vor m1n throats until timar's nowt
to be seen ov ye but th' ends ov yor
dirty shirt-collars stickin' oot ov yor
bloomin' red eyes. Noo ye knan whant
t( expect if ye de!"-imondon Tit-Bits.
HEAL ITCHING SKINS
With Cuticura Soap and Ointment
They Heal When Others Fall.
Nothing better, quicker, safer; sweet
er for skin troubles of young and old
that itch, burn, crust, scale, torture
or disfigure. Once used always used
because these super-creamy emollients
tend to prevent little skin troubles be
coming serious, if used daily.
Free sample each by mail with Book.
Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. L,
Boston. Sold everywhere.-Adv.
"Yes. Slie says she (ouildni't thuink
of plini iiRg plotatesIfI(05 she hasi to cut
oult theairi eyes t o do it.'"
"Pa, wvhaut is a silent partnier?"
"Most any narriedl man11, son1, whena
lils wi fe's around,'' 11oa1ned pop.
Bolivia has $9,01,197 in Papler
For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know That
WHERE OILED HIGHWAYS PAi
Better on -Sand Than pn Clay or Loan
Sols-Oil Sometimes More Sat.
isfactory Than Water.
Oiled earth roads should not be re
garded as a permanent improvemen
but are much better than commor
earth roads, in the opinion of W. S
Gearhart, professor of highway engi
"Oiled roads do not require so muel
dragging as ordinary earth roads,"
said Professor Gearhart. "They she
water better and do not become sc
dusty. Although oiled roads are no
so satisfactory as gravel roads, the5
may be a help in developing goo<
The best results from oiling are t<
be obtained by applying the oil wheri
Macadam Treated With Oil.
the road is hard, smooth, dustless, an<
without any ruts or pockets, accordinj
to Professor Gearhart.
Where thero is a pocket in the road
water will gather aifter every storn
Oil works better on sandy soils tha:
on clay or heavy lonms. Loami sol
may be helped by sprinkling a ligh
coating of sand over the oiled surfact
After the first year it is bettev to ar
ply from one-quarter to one-third of:
gallon of oil to each square yard o
surface in the spring and the sam
amount again in the fall.
Flor laying the (lust on city streets
oiling miay be as economical and morE
satisfactory than water, particularl;
if the soil is sandy. -When city street,
are oiled it is best to cover the cr-os:
walks with (lust or dlirt so that they
will not be covered wvith oil. Wher
the oiling process is fluishied the duis
or dirt may be swept away. Surfaec
oiled streets are not satisfnetory if tie
soil is clay or loam, for the oily dus
blows about and is carried into build
lngs and upon01 walks.
MOISTUR E FOR ROAD' MAKINC
There is Certain Water Content a
Which Soil Packs Hard-Remove
All Grass and Weeds.,
Road making is largely a matter o
moisture control. When soil contain:
too much water it becomnes mud1(, anc
when it has too little moisture it lhe
comes dust. But there is a certaii
moisture content at which soil p~ack
hard. And this is just about th
amount of moisture that a soil wil
hold readlily. This usally can- b
maintained in a rond that has goo
drainage, that is well crowIned so th
water will run of when it rains an
that is free from grass and wseeh
These if allowed to grow, will sool
draw the moisture out of the soil ani
so remove the binding material.
CONVICTS ON PUBLIC WORK!
Proportion on Road improvement ir
creased From 1.3 Nearly to 13
Per Cent Since 1885.
Tile prop ortion of convicts employe
on public works insteaa of on lease c
coatract has increased since 1885 froi
83 to 8 per cent and tihe proporto
on road wvork alone from 1.3 to nearl
13 per ('eat, accordling to a report b
tihe federal public roads office base
on a sur-vey of many prisons. Stat
rather than county supervision of co
vict labor on roads is ecommendeE
It is not at all difficult to convel
the owner of a new automobile to til
good-roads theory, if he is caught r
the mom'llent when he is trying t
worm his way through a fresh so
improvteent, two miles and a ha
long and running from fence to fene.
New Position for Goethals.
Major General Goetb.als has accep
ed tile newly created post of state ei
gineer of New Jersey. New Jersey I
about to expend $1,500,000 op a ne'
Calonel Salivates! It Ma
Liver Tone Acts
Every druggist here, yes! yo
everybody's druggist has noticed
off in the sale of calomel. TI
same reason. Dodson's Liver T
"Calonel is dangerous and peol
Dodson's Liver Tone is safe anc
sults," said a prominent local dri
Liver Tone is personally guarn
druggist. A large family-sized ba
cents and if you find it doesn't
dangerous, salivating calomel you
for your money back.
Dodson's Liver Tone is a plea
ly vegetable remedy, harmless
and adults. Take a spoonful at n
feeling fine, no sick headache, 1
EUROPE FOR CLEAN MOVIES
Foreign Countries Are Buying Much
Film From America, but Suggest
Change in Its Character.
Europe is Iying more motion ple
ture film from Amerien than ever be
fore. This is ani excellent branch of
our export. trade. It does not take
luch ira.w material. It gives employ
ment to Imniy grades of inh11or from
the rough to the highest griafid. It ds
tributes mogiey through 1ll the stiages
of its progress from the crude iwo(uct
to the finished.
Europe finds In the "'Irmovie" it hit of
relief, of taxation from the long
straiin and horror (if wal r. It wantl
Amerlenn pictures but whatt an indlet
ment of Amtericin morals Is contiie(
in the report of our viee consul, Davim
C. Kerr, staxtioned ait Birmingtimn
Enlgiland, Who noiflfes the sveretalry 41
ConnnereeCA thalt "(he only recommllemll(I
tion offered by renting agents its to un
improvements desired in Amerien
11ims is a request for 'less of Ihe se
t'1un1 problem !" \\e fire so habitulate
to seeing Ilndecenit plailys, suggestiy
"mno1ovies" and w\'omenvQ2 In scillit (1aper
that we h111ve lost the proper sense -
proportion mora'lly. "Less of tile se>
1111l problem," says Europe. The met
sage is i good one from 11 people wh1
aire being made better, cleaner, true
1s they are tried In tle fire If wir.
GIRLS! MAKE A
* BEAUTY LOTION
1* WITH LEMONS
At the cost of a small Jar of or'dinar3
cold cr2eamn one can prep'iare a full (quar.2
ter pint of tihe most w~onderful lmot
skini softener' and complexion beautifier
by squeezing the juice (of two fresli
lemlonls into at bo(ttle c'ontaining thire<
OunJces (of 0orchardi wite. Car'e shouldk
be taken to strain tile juice through r
flne cloth so no lemon pulp gets in
thena this lotion will keep fresh foi
months. Every womanit knlows that 1em.
onjuice Is used to bleach and remnovt
such bleiishes its freckles, sallownesz
and( tanl and( is thle idhel skini softener
SmloothenerCI andl beaultiflr.
Just try it ! (Get threeC ounces 01
iOrchard'( white at any phiarmacy an11
,two lemons from tile gr'ocer alnd malikt
iup) a quar'ter' 1pint of tils sweetly frog
1rant 1lemon2 10otion and( massage it d1aily
into thle face, neck, armtls and( handst~. Ii
sh~old nlaturally help to whiten, soften
freshen and( bring out the roses and
beauty of any1 skini. It Is truly marvel,
ouls to smnoothen roughl, red hands. Adv
"1)Il 011 (tir contins indO2'se you1
tIt doni't nw e,"rple'Snt
r Sorghmumi. "Att itude(0s areQ 2n(t asX es;
as they4' used to be. I enni r'ememble
tih'e ime whe021nial I needed 11n theC wa2I
Yo(f ani attItud was1 an122 Aja2x-defyling- hi
lIghtnrinlg po(se' wile I mlentione
Geor'ge Wa2shiington and1( tile Amlenl
*Constipation generally indicates disordere
stomach, liver and bowels. WVright's India
Vegetable lPiis restores regularity Withou
f ver iast year.
S Granulated EyoIlid
Sor 0 Eyes inflamed by expc
sure to Sun, Dust and Win
uikly relieved by Muarn
E y IyeRemedy. N~atn
just EyE Comfort. A
Druggists or by mail 50c per Bottle. Murin
Ej ove in Tubes 25c. F or Book e3 the Ey)
as. ok MurineEye Reuedy Ce.. Chcg
QU 0S CAL
kes You Sick and You Lose
Better Than Calomel and I
amen, Children-Read Gua
ur druggist and sour stomach or c
a great falling- Tone doesn't grip
ley all give the day like calomel.
one is taking its Take a dose o
you will feel sick,
le know it while a day's work I
gives better re- Dodson's Live
ggist. Dodson's You'll know it i
inteed by every wake up with yo
ttle costs only 50 bowels clean, bre
take the place of You will feel che
have only to ask for a hard day's
You can eat a
ant-tasting, pure- of salivating you
to both children Get a -bottle of
ig'ht and wake up on my guarantee
>iliousness, ague, of nasty, dangerou
TAMMANY IS 128 YEARS OLD
Famous Political*Organization of New
York Was Founded by William
Mooney, an Upholsterer.
Taai ny Is 128 yeirs old. Oin May
12, 1789. William Moon( iey, 11n1 uphol
s 4terer, who previotly had been netive
aIt, one of the Sons of Liberty. founded
In New York what wis utintledd t4) be
a pmtriotic and social orgni iza tionl, tihe
Secret society of St. Tainumn1.11y.'or Co
lutilin order, whilh In 1805% was regu
iiNy ilclorlporated Is a fraterna il 1I
11 "wIs dlivided 1into i13 tribes, eachl of
wh'leh hald its spairaite totem. Thell of
livers beenmei knownv its the gndsit
eliei, tihe snIehemili, tiht saegninore, or
ma-ier of ceremonies, andl thet wis-|
kitiskl, or doorkeelwr.
In 1811 the soelety butill Its first hll,
r and in, 1867 movedj t. Tnuay hal11.
In Folirt een lit , wh it hasitttittI Ibellen
ever 1i'e. Il'Iarl y in its history Ttm
n tinny egan to tatke nIlt nietive 111imr In
-polities., Aaron 11turr is suipposed it)
d have l'en Its tutor in til- ways of 1111
v tie, 11nd4 In 1800 the soelety look partI
Y In Its firsit elimpaign, being ilstuimilten
r fill it carryiig New York for ''lornas
The inme-Tiamann y is adapted from
i tat of an Ilain chief, Traimdivii. of
tle Delaware tribe, who wans fim 1ous
- for his virtue and wtsdoi. I di ed it
1 7-10 and1( wa~s buied rlhIn Newv irinin11
Iitoshi p. 1 tucks couni ty , 1l'enntsylvailtin.
TFaanni iy wasi one ofi thle earilies't sIo
('1a1 orgainiztionhus int Amiien'lt. The I
members1('P it t he ('ar ly dalys were neens
Therea is no medi2cine wii ich we handle
that gives sutch good results as your
Swamip-Root. M~any of our customters
have mnformed us at dlilferent times that
they have derived great benefit fromn its
Thlere was one case in particular which
attracted a great (1e81 of attetion int thtis
neighborhood eairly last Spriing, as the
genttlemnan's life was dlespaired of andi two
doctors treatinig him for liver' and kidney
trouble were unable to give him any re
lief. Finally a specialist fronm St. Louis
was called in but failed to do himt any
good. I at last induced htim to) try your
Swamp-Root and after taking it for thtree
mnonths, lhe was atteniding to his business
as usunal and( is now entirely well. This
case has been the means of cr-eating an
increased demand for your' Swamtp-Root
Very truly yours,
L. A. RICHIARDSON, Druggist.
May 27, 1910. - Marine, Illinois.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For You
Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmier & Co.,
Blinghanton, N. Y., for a samtple size
bottle, It will convince anyone. You
will also receive a booklet of valuable
information, telling abouit the kidneys
and bladder. When writing, he sure and
mention this paper. Regular fifty-cent
and one-dollar size bottles for sale at all
Telegraphing With the Voice.
A telegraph ")1'sender" hasi bee ex1-IIl
orator wvorks wIthI his vice insteadl of1
his fintgers. li In ineI of railsing andi
de'pressin1g his end~linhg'ky b' le send~s
his dots and1( Ilhihes by modn~lilin tg his
vals. The intcliple (If the sI-mler is
tithe S11me( as that of the ordlinar~y ylpe.
t in the isitmil Hsienders Ih ai#'hsing andir
de(pressling of' the key open and~ 11( I clses
y the (clrcuitl to producel thle clot tul
dasIhI. In the ntew tylte 2a dellenhte
dilnphrlngmt Is so arnrang~edl t- t he vi
- lb-atiIons inth al- N1 et iup by 11he vi'Oce
open'd c11( lose thl'etrcit 1Is in a1 tele.
phI~o and1 Iprodul th Ile samett results.
- He Deserved it'.
hi Tencheri--And what is your gIven
C namel, Mastr J1 .ones?
~' Young Jones (hecsltatingly)-Fatty3.
It's hard for the girl whlo thirowvs
herself at a an's head to make a lilt.
a Day's Work-Dodson's
Is Harmless for
logged bowels. Dodson's Liver
e or cause inconvenience all next
calomel tonight and tomorrow
weak and nauseated. Don't lose
r Tone is real liver medicine.
next morning because you will
ur head clear, your liver active,
tth sweet and stomach regulated.
!rful and full of vigor and ready
nything afterwards without risk
rself or your children.
Dodson's Liver Tone and try it
You'll never again put a dose
s calomel into your stomach. Adv.
A New Measure for Distance.
SoIe miud-hespattered aut ots wero
atteipting to relach Nuslhville, Brown
county. Even with cihaiis on their
wheels. t hey were wasting lots of gaso
liite il I ivestiglating it washolut or at
vililey whalelh t hey (1had left triumaaaplannt
ly only a few minaautes before.
h'liree titnes in tiree liours t hey ha(1
asked the distiaee and each time had
reelived the sitme inswei'.
" lit ihre'i'e iill's to) Niashville."
It Is true that in those thluree hours
they hind hand ololwout itnil once
tIhey hitt to get it tennm (if huorses to
pull thiietin oit of the 1id. But even
so, It seeiteul as If they could not he
mllore tintui at hailf tulle away. Finally
Iley m11et i 11111n 4n holrsenlck.
'llow far to Nashville? Three miles,
I stI ui'e!" Bai th fi tine sn rensmn wits
not lost oni him. 11v ginnetd and saild
l itn aoft vo .i :
"You're 'most there. It's Jest two
hoop atl it h tliltlllla nwny."-In po
WNhien you have decided that the Worms
or Tapeworim whielh live in your system
must be externiinated, get. "Dead Shot"
Dr. Peery's Verimifuge, and yout will find
that one dose will expel them. Adv.
"Y itl i'r h iiit ')(11 sh y a fiie too
eieh1ii, Joilnniy ;rinem il,,t-, y-oul got a
lack v.y e.-Life.
I Stanidard re'medy for fifty
I ~a~Cg)'~years anid result of mnany years
I ~ experience in treatment of
I ~ thro at Si. t1ng dis~eases by
Trea'itiscon Asthma, its cause,
tre'atnmnt, etc., sent ipon re-'
quest.'25c.& $1.00at druggists.
J.t I.UILD) CO., Rtupert, vt.
DON'T CUT OUT
A Shoe Boil,Capped
Hock or Bursitis
Iwall reduce them and leave no blemishes.
Stops hameness piromtptly. Does not blis
ter or remove the hair, and horse can be
worked. $2 a hot tie delivered. Book 6 M free.
AB3SOltBIINE, Jit., for rnankind, the antisrpec
linimenit fr Ho~lts, Jiruie, sores. Swellings, Varicoae veins.
Alays Pain and inttammnation. Price SI and 5.2 4 bot at
drugguts or delivered. will teli you more, if you write.
W. F.YOUJNGJ, P. D. F., 310OTemple St., Sprlngflid, Mass.
Monmey bac,,k without question:
If Ii IN'"S C'UREi Ial in the
treaotment of ITrCH, EGEEMA, ~'f~f
R NO WORCM,TEc'Taltor other
izcchaing skin diseaes. Price'
50ei at druggste, or direct from /
A.B.Richars Mdicine Cs.,ShermanTea.
Sold for 47 years.FoMarasCls
and Fever. Also a Fine General
St ren d thenin d Tonic. *Wa*,'
'Tui 's Pills
stimulate that torpid liver, strengthen the
dIgestive organs, regulate t h betweis. A rem.
*c4y for sick headache. L nequated as an
Blegantly sugar coated. Small dose. Price, 25a.
Kill All Flies! TiRF4lA
Kilsa eai o entsAnaitdkiliali
Daisy ly Kilter
#MROL Sohimas. 1S0 os itALO Ave.. EiOO0L'3t, 96. V.
lFR8EAND SHrEPEs TFCE
te, 90 RadeStreet, oiw YVork
W. N. U., CHaARLOTTr-r NO. 2S.-tan