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cotiinc lint "E'';-'IT"' will Do This
to ('orns and untafluises.
If you've ever had (o1n, you've
tried lot( o I tins to get rid of thetu
--salmIs 1th:1l it your to.' and( leave
the 'orn1 r' i;,1.n n1::. e, t 1 ton lings: that
anake:I year, :.-;o r hl ee out like pol
cres, sc'issor-s and~ 1:1i'.,s: that 11uak(
on .1!I I.. k - 21 u tO 1 el
Ih .el:. \\:h1 ts ('- use?
You Can't Hide Corn Misery. Stop Fooling
Around i Use "GETS-lT' Tonight and
See the Corns Vanish.
.lT". It dries, you prut your stocking
on :i:hl away, andut wear your regu
har shoes. Yoir corn loosens front
1 he toe, it lilts right off. It's pain
ls It's the o uno11 n 11101n1se way, the
sit! hest, easiest, tuIosI effective way
.in the world. II's the naltiotal corn
cur .. Never fails.
":TS-lT" is Sold a11(1d recomI1end
(d 'y (Iruggi:ts everywhere . 2e a hot
tie. or sent oi reecipt of price, by E.
Lsa'rence & Co.. Chiaego, IlII.
Sold in Lauren:; and recomm nended
is the world's best corn reimedy by
Lu .:ka Drug Cu.. I aurens. S. C.
Don't let your vehicles go to the
scrap heap. With little work
and small cost you can
make them- look new by using
irria e Paint
It is made especially for
refinishing chicles. Paints
.v.d varn:- 1( w:! 9n'c ap
pintictio1 ndl is verf durable
As for u'se Paint
A P' Zee Finish for
"r.mrur ra's.warfw~am r rm:
lJ'r Piiurno e
LOVES A LOVER
I have fallen in love
with my work---mak
ing 1Photographs that
gladden the hearts of
Fathers, Mothers, Sons,
brothqrs, siste's ,isweet
hearts and fl'iernds.
is QAfe most appriate
time to send or give
We are working over
if. I nits IA,~~ M a'i yIA N i,/ \
r 'ase . ftl r w l I t . ll r Pin g
ga years knownas list,Safest, Always Rellahle
SOLO BRBJGGISTS EVHQVHEMt
TURNS HIM UP
Old Prison Pal Partakes of Hose
pitality and Then Hands
HAD ESCAPED PRISON
"Went Straight" and Is Back In Cell
Because He Played Good Fellow
to Ed Hogan, Down
New York.-Why is it that when a
man's broke and knows he's broke, and
the world knows he's broke-without
ia dime or ia sou-that he will take as
lively an Interest in going through his
empty pockets, "Just to see," as a child
will in exploring a Christmas stock
ing? Why is it?
Before some sharp trips us up with
"It's human nature," let us consider
Ed Lee and his friend, Ed Iogan, who,
about 5 p. nt. the other day, rounded up
at a bench under a tree in Battery
"You say you found a dollar bill I"
"I'll look," said Lee, and methodical
ly began turning wrong side out his
"No, Ed," he said at length, regret
fully, "there ain't a cent. It looks as
if our party's at an end. What would
Hogan Springs a Surprise.
"Let's take a little walk," said Ho
"Might as well," agreed Lee-"walk
and look for work. But there ain't a
soul that can say I haven't shown you
a time and shown you the town as long
as the dough held out. Eli, Ed?
There's nothing too good for a pal
Lee's mention of his hospitality
seemed to embarrass Hogan, lie did
not reply. The two proceeded across
the park, Hogan steering the way in
the general direction of i park police
man near the custom house.
"Officer," said Ilogan, suddenly, "ar
rest this man. lie's an escaped con
The polcleman seized Lee, who was
too astounded to resist.
"What have you to say about this?"
the patrolman demanded.
Hogan Shows His Gratitude.
"All I have to say." replied Lee, "Is
"'hat's gratitude.''' Lee was speaking
"Offcer AretTi Mn esa
to Hogan and niot the polieeman, Turn
ing to the oflicer, lie said: "It's true,
lock mue up."
While Hogan wias rejoicIng over tlio
possibility of reaping aniy reward
wvhiich many have been offeredl for Ed
ward J. Lee, escapedl Iniania forger,
Lee, at police headqluarters, dlellveredi
hImself of further remiar'ks on grati
"E~d Hogan, the guy who turned me
up," he told D~etective Mloriarlty of the
second branch, "was a pal of minie In
the Indiana penitentiary, I wvent up
for forgery, It was love for a good
time tha t put ime In prIson, and1( the
same love of a goodl time Is goIng to
put me b~ack. I was work intg In a ralf
r'oadh oflce when I forged an oicial 's
namie to a $400( ('heck, I was a mIllioni
aire for a week. Th'ie mioney gone, I
wars 'autghit and sent up to the Michi
gain (Cty pisoni for 14 years. In pisoni
I met Ed1 Hogan. I wats a trusty andit I
used to try to make it a lIttle easier
for Ed. Well, a year' ago I escaped.
"I went to IDayton, 0., vowiig to live
straight. I worked hard and saved
$300. Th'loughts of goling Into busiiess
anid beinig soimebody were beginiilng to
filter about in my mnindl wheii myl 01ld
wvea kness, dink, ciame back, I blew
in liy $300 uand, ashamed to stay in
Dayton, I caime to Newv York, I made
miy goodl res$Ohiutlons over iagin, got
wvork In a sitorage warehoniue near
Oreenwich and LIberty st reets and
star'ted to save my mnone4y atgalin.
"'On Tbhursdaiy I met' Ilogan. I han't
l4en himii sinice 0our prisoin day3s. Ed
wans dowvn anad out, I fixed him up. We
fell to dIrinking, I took Ed out i'nd to
gethmer we sqmuande(red1 my savings,
Then we wandernd Into Battery park.
IAnd(1-welPl, I wvouldln't havi e thoi~ught It
of Ed, .T'o have forgot ten his pr'isod
Itraininir that way I"
SEEK TO AVOID THE SLUES
Ode's Troubles Frequently Will Be
Found to Exist Only in the
There aro a lot of people in this
world who seem to take a fllendish de
light in being miserable and in mak
ing others feel that way, too, remarks
the Brockton (Mass.) Times.
Som men, and some women, too,
surround themselves with an atmos
phere of gloom that eternal sunshine
couldn't dispel and through this dis
torting medium molehills grow to
mountains and there are tears and
groans where there should be smiles.
They wake up in the morning with a
faec that looks like a sodden dough
nut, and perhaps the sun is bright and
the birds are singing. They will grum
ble and say, "0, well, this won't last;
we'll have bad weather yet before
night." And should the sky grow
clouded and a refreshing rain moisten
the thirsty earth they shout in glee, "I
told you so."
When they sit down to breakfast
they almost sour the cream they put
In the coffee, and the most tempting
breakfast does them about as much
good as a carpet tack sandwich would.
They grow dyspeptic, morose, pessi
mistic, cynical, hypochondriacal and
get to be downright nuisances.
If you ever get to feeling blue about
things stop and think what it will
mean if you keep it up and then pin
your wird so hard on your daily task
that there isn't room for another thing
in your head. That's the way to keep
the haunting spirit of pessimism and
despondency out of your heart.
And remember the world has no
time to listen to your troubles, for ev
ery one has troubles of his own, and
the chances are a good many have a
great deal heavier burden to bear
than you have.
ALL AT "'ENERAL MUSTER"
Everybody Was More or Less inter
ested In the Militia Some De
In considering the subject of pre
paredness it might be wise to look
up the old militia system that pre
vailed sixty or seventy years ago,
when states were divided into dis
tricts, each one having a company to
which all men of soldier age were re
quired to belong, and give a few days
each year to military drill, the Colum
bus Journal observes.
Every year there would be a "gener
al muster," at which the various com
panies would gather, and under the
command of a plumed and bespangled
officer would perform the various evo
lutions and go through the manual of
arms that would strike with awe the
surrounding crowd of women and chil
dren, gathered to witness the heroic
displays of fathers and brothers.
These general musters were great
events in the times of our grandfath
ers. They we'e social as well as mill
tary, and often adorned with feasts of
warlike provender. In one of his
speeches Tom Corwin tells of a gen
eral muster in which tho brave mill
tianmen, with bayonet and sword,
charged on a pile of watermelons and
cut the red hearts out of tho enemy,
McKean I;uehanan, a ('alifornia
trageianm in thle obile daiiiys. was noted
for' tho roa ring style in which he
leed~ Shakespeareani charactersi, also
for' his fondneses for' lit igat ion, and
f"o'r never pay inag h is hawyers. J. G]or
doni Eastmian wasi poit el as to this
last iteculiar'ity of the '"great Shako
speareani delineator,'' as he styled him
self, and whern Bu~chanan, tilled with
wrath at an adverse criticism in a city
paper, determined to sue the editor,
burst into the lawyer's oflice and said'
"Sir, I wish to retain you," the man
of the law replied: "Awfully sorry,
Mr. Buchanan, but I am retained on
the other side.," Buchanan replied:
"The other side; what other s1(10? Who
has retained you 'against me?'' The
attorney replied, "Shakespeare's
ghost," and the interview closed
Recognize the Death Song.
Walruses and seals and all true
mammals that have lungs and live in
the water have a bark that sounds
strange enough as it comes up from
hidden depths. Every lookout from
the masthead notices that, when one
whale is struck, the .whole school is
stampedled at the very Impact of the
harpoon. They have heard the death
'rho sound that the bowhead makes
is like the long-drawn-out "hoe-hoo
hoo-oo-o" of the hoot-owl. A whaler
says that the cry begins on F, and
may rise to A, B or even C before slip
ping back to F again. He avers that
with the humpback the tone is much
fluer, and sounds across the water
like the note from the D string of a
Need of Exercise,'
Exercise in some form is absolutely
necessary for health. We are so con
structed by nature that the dligestive
tract and alimentary tract demands
bodily activity in order to perform its
proper functions. Without it troubles
begin to applear-. Constipation becomes
a chronic disease, the circulation be
comes poor, the liver and kidneys do
not work properly and a thousand and
one little troubles begin to make them
selves felt. You may begin to grow
corpulent because the body is unable
to eliminate the surplus sugar and
starch products. Or you may grow too
thin beause the assimilativo organs
are unable to work properly from lack
of proper exercise.
t Leaves a Lasting Remembrance of the GIVER
Jewelry is not one of those gifts which
wilts in a day and is forgotten. :-:
IT IS Long remembered-a gift in which the sweet sentiment is
.lasting and cherished by the recipient. It 'is always apprecia
ted and is the most appropriate for Christmas gifts.
Make this your Christmas gift store. You'll save yourself a lot of
unnecessary troub e by coming here first. You'll find jewelry here in
all descriptions. T ere is an acceptable Christ masgift here foreveryone.
ere Are a Few Gift suggestions
Pearl Strings Men's C Links Men's Scarf Pins
x f Manicure Set Men' atches Diamond Rings
Military Set- L ets Bracelets
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Votr druggist will refiund inoney if PAZ.
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h14-ii tie l it'voisiess is (n islet by Illitd,lcedingorProtrudingl'ilesin6tol4days.
The birst applicatio gives base and Rest. 50C. DENTIST
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