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COLDS AND FLU
New Elixir, Called Aspiron
al, Medicated With Latest
Scientific Remedies, Used
and Endorsed by Euiro
pean and American Army
Surgeons to Cut Short a
Cold aild Prevent Compli
Every Druggist in U. S. In
structed to Refund Price
While You Wait at Count
er if Relief Does Not Come
Within Two Minutes.
Delightful Taste, Immediate
Relief, Quick Warm-Up.
The sensation of the year in the
drug trade is Asliron:l, the two
minute cohl aId cough reliever, au-t
ihoritatively guarauteed by the Inborn
torie-: tested, appr4:ove( and most
entiiusiasticlly endorsed by the Iiigh
est iut hiliritoiis, and prinihimed by
the. commuon peoplle as ten t imes nas
<liu ick and EffectIv' as w hiskev, rock
nuaal rye, or any other. tol id cough
remedyv they have ever triedl.
All drug stolrej s ne-t' now suppI1 lie d
witI the wa41'r I fl! .ow e!ixir, so all
Vou have to do to get ri:l of tiht cohl
is to step inito 11i' !t: r:<: drug store.
handl the clerk; lilf a d',llar f'or :t bottle
of Aspirtomdl and tel 4'mn to serve v"on,
two tonspioon uti!s ri'h t four 1 e'spjoont.
foIs of' watfr in a ghWs. With voour
watch in your hand. take tile drink
at one swallow :dtl .all for vom- mion-y
ict k inl two ininu:tes i, Vou en'aiiiuo
fool you1:- ol fin'%: ;wat like :t dream
within the thme lin it. 11+,n't be; hasht
funl, f'or :nl1 dru; gists inv it. vont :1n
< x peet yonlt 14 Iry' it. "-".-e"ybodyit "" do.
When youtr cohl or vont i r;
lieved, t in th n i' i4 f te . i hattle
holme to ymo:. wi!,( - !" I M bi, for
Asp)ironal is; by f'or thse safte's :t. mos
eff'ective. fihe e.;si,"t to take :1ndl the"
"Aicr the birth of my
. Wy I had a back-set,"
w. rs. Ai ttic Cross
tt a. "I was very ill;
v tim:. i was going to
d'e. I was so weak I
conin't raise my head to
:- a drink of watcr. I
too: .. . medicine, yet I t
d:dn't get'Wiy better. I ,,x
I vu: constipated anid very
weak, gettitig worse anid
.'one. I sentforCCa dui."
The Woman's Tonic
"I found after one bot
tle 'of Cardul I was Iim
proving,'' adds Mrs.
EUCrosswhiite. "Six bot
tles of Cardul and . , . I
was 4tured, yes, I cotn say
thteyiwere, a 0 -send to
me., I bel ye I would
have die , had it not been
for ui." Cardui has
be found beneficial in
many thousands of other
cases of womanly trou
ytes. If yrou feel the need.
of a godd, strengthen,
ing tonic, why not try
Cardul? It may be just
witat you need.
it hout quesilonif Hunt'sa Salve
ilsi 14 o be trestrJnenjf Ecima..
Tetter,. Ringworrp. Itch, etc.
r)'t bomne <(courfaged be
con4Ie ot ~v t mente failed.
Hunt', Sav husretleved hun.
jreis of ?utM cawe. You can't
C. n e . s li 75c ai our risk
La n::'s Drugr (o.
Senator Ilit ii lopeful as to ('olton
Mlarket. Would 1ir.ing Labor. linty
Sek ito in(citurn:e Belgian W1ork
men to 3h'et Shortage.
Washington, Oct. 21.--Ilecaus of
the tncertintly noWv itrround~tig the
general situation, it is very dillieult
to get the lead!iing men in congress
either in the 'house or in the senate,
to express an opinion regarding fu
ture legislation, but there are a few
things which will come up upon which
there is( no division of opinion, accord
ng to Senator Dial of South Carolina.
The South Carolina senator is very I
deeply inter eted In two big, far
reaching tprojects of Interest to the
agricultural, people generally. It be
came known here a day or two ago
that he will use his efforts when con
gress meets to augment the nogro la
bor, which is now going North, by
emigrants from -Holland. He is now
in touch with the Holland authori
ties, looking to a consummation of
Senator Dial recognizes! the fact
that something must be dlone to sup
ply the vacant places of the negroes
who are leavin gthe cotton fields. lie
is thoroughly acquainted with the cf
forts which the state of Soutli Caro
lina made some eight or ten years
ago to bring emigrants to this coun
try, and the movement would not
then have failed had all of the pre
lininiary government requirements
'been met before the dhip-Vittekind
-landed at Charleston. As it was,
nearly all of the 600 lelgians return
ed to their homes. The situation is
now such that Senator Dial realizes
something must be (lone, and his
plans now on hand will doubtfless be
put into effect id the very near fit
(Closely analyzing eforts which
have been inacle during the past m)ot11h
to secure relief for all of lie agricui
tural intereslt especially cotton, Sen
ator Dial today said:
"Within the next day or two I ex
lie(t a dILeci';ioi to lbe handed dlown
frmIIi the attorney for the federal re
:;ert board, to the effect lint t here
is no legal i;i'oliildtion against the
redliscounlt of Notes of c'otton1 tactor'.;
V. it h warehousiie r'ceiits for cotton
attauche1d. This, if done, woul1d, of
('oirSe, mak1th t' warehotuse receipts;
with :;u1h notes entirely negotiable,
aInd this with the information wiiic'h
has already been lodged with the gov
etnor of the federal reserve board and
Secretary ilouston of the treasury,
:should very iiaterially mend the :iat
"'I feel c(ertaini thit even iii the al
sence of this statement rega1(1i the
rediscount of sucl paper, that a great
deal of geol has been done th roug h
tlhe efforts of the farmers, banker:,
and others who have rceently been in
Wasington. The question of export
markets it quickly assumtting plraciti
cal shap~e andii it shoutld not lie buit a
short tIimie ui l w enn'C i openi itp the
itnt sil ttuion: to last very 1long, and
with al l thai :o b di~i(one and withi
thle olinio lof ithle fedleral reser'ive
"In) a u~cd, thle ltu'dioi hats bien
iioh w,-lo bra at d to ~tui goeinent:io<
sioni of c'onllre', b ut tiost cetainly01:
ratin now~\ bingii formled in th
wvithi interist thle t'ntultd Statie. si
preme c1'(oturtt ando ii tP the approa llhing
(etltonl. Theli Juitity and~l gre(atneses ofC
th-e siupremeil ('ourt1 is some1(thing as5
dearii to 'eery Amti'eria hearit, and1(
the fiact thaiit foour iiew memberli is will
piobablly bie i: 0 aointe d biy thie neCx
pi'4sident i a moatter' for dceep c'onsli
erationt in this election. Fouir mem11
bet's oif the courit ar ino1w eligible for
retiremntt a dI it is 'ilrobable that
there wtill bi fouri vacancies on the
('outrt to .be fIllled wlthlin the next foour
There Is mitch speculation here coni
ceining the question of whlether or not
Senator Iliarditng, if elect'edl presidecnt,
\villl make Is selections to be the
bench firom the South or if lhe ill ,go
elsuewhete. Tlhere is- as good niaterlal
In the Sooth for these selections as
anyw here in th linltitedi States and1( it
wouiIld lie exceediingly giratifylng to
have oneI ort two nIomineeCC to thiese
positions from this sectIon.
in ames Rleptublicans
Senlatot' Pat lIIari'iioni of .\isslippl,
toidaiy gave out the( followitng state
tmen' In which It is seen that lie so
v''ee ('tcdemns the' RepubliIcan c'On
g ress for itoa faiure to pi'opet'ly pro'(
tec t Car ti ir'ests:
"Dturing the I8 mnont hs the Rtepub
hienna cotntr'olled thle seniate andl
house, they Caliled to make1( adlequate
appritopriabtlins' toi take ('art' of tho
nsgicu ltttur n inteet s of tile coutrv.i'y
WILL ASK GINS4
'I'll 4'i'OP' (NE 310MNTH
Lo.uisti ana G ernor to isstte l'rocln
ntati(!. (fe('eraI 31ovement. 3Iis
sissippi iani Tnc.xs Said to he 'o.
(perat( lig in lan.
New Orleans. Oct. 2'-.---Gov. John
M. Parker will tomorrow is ue a proc
lamation calling upon all cotton gin
owners in the state of Louisiana to
cose their gins for a period of 30
days beginning November 1 in an ef
fort to give new life to the cotton mar
ket. Promoters of the movement to
close t'le tins are daily freceiving
promises of co-operation from all sec
tions of the South and already several
hundred gin owners have declared
themselves in readiness to close their
gins as long as may be necessary.
In addition to issuing his .proclama
tion, asking the gins to close, Gover
nor Parker will, at the same time, ad
dress communications to the gover
nors of all the cotton producing states
asking them to isaue a similar 'proc
The appeal of W. 13. Thompson,
president of the Louisiana division of
the American Cotton Association, to
the cotton men of the South, together
with the action of Governor Parker, is
expected to bring ginning operations
to a virtual standstill not later than
louisiana, MI? issippi and Texas
are already fairly well organize(l for
the closing campaign and telegrams
from leading cotton men from other
states indieate that they will not he
tar behind In closing down.
In addition to the movement look
ing to the closing of the gins, prepara
tions are already under way in many
sections to 5eclre a lIaiie reduction
in citton acreage next year. The Tex
as association has notilied the Louis
lana divison that under a sworn
,.,ledge the cro in that state will be
redulied one-third. i.rom Alahama
(amlle the declaration that among the
farms to he turied to other uses or
allowed to lie idle n(xt year, is one
I a(itl,(ii ac re plantation.
REiTi) t) l-'0!? F.\STi'NGA
Sixty-Three Days Hieliet ed to IIe
Paris, 0:-t. ?lI.---Th'ie lcing hunger
otir:e 0t .\l:l a. .acSwintey of Cork.
hia eauis~el intich di.(cuissieln h!er e as
to ho. long it is 0 =sible for a mhan
to t>'1. i)r. 'Soe uet has told 11e
l'ari, .\lail t:!., the record is c;:. day.
"ithon' fod S(.-. by \\illiam (iranh-or
e.thad1 wal s onfined to the prison
of ''oulouhse," . ad D)r. 8oe!uet. "I le
had a lorroir Of the phil!otine and to
save hil:.elf from deatih by that in
s;trnunt determn:nt d to starve whlic"h
he did after I(;: days.
".Iany htU:;& !! trikeri have lived
Ilin.:cmf " than ('i' 1ld have been expo:r"t
('dI," l'e went ona. ''There arze thle casos
(If Tlannier, Sae'i ande .\elati, ile lat
ter' of whiomn starved foir -' dhays
whle Tiaylor tellIs ofI the (ta-e of a
wvorker v.!ho w;:s 11m 1 .mied inl a mine~
for 1,0 daysV without fooda. I1e ..
asthor~uit of~ I. ag r eti Ieiey
fed. .\lany unath- 1h e-s d t
"20h: ill e- nnI '. th tslt d a ii)
knolwn':h tha:' a - t.:-;hi! man lmP-- in
(cO'I EN idulace a 21re.1 <b ci by
In rlhe in t co1 . ( n. Its . l ih i he lou -
arrj~ieulural interests of the (Kounitry,
in thie last congress, with thie lillu
lcans cont rollin.: the 'onunittees on
atgr'iulure in hou.i. and senatie, they
reductied the appr iopriatloln req luest ed
by a IDemlocra tie depa rtmen t of ag ri
el tureI over iseven mill11ion dolIa rs,
anld reduced the atpropriatlonls pro
vIided by a iDemo~Cratic congress
allpiroxlimately3 two million and a hal f
doad rs. Tiht c Vut ou t andl eduledl
aIpprlopriat ion:4 thlt.t wuere necessary to
preserve the live stuck interests of
(lie counatry. 'They refused to provide
adequ ate atpp ropiriations to eneotir
age and~ aid( the American farmer In
the' prodlectioil, conservrihtion andh sale
of his eropis.
Senatoir -liding was one of these
conn-ulratoirs In the senatet against tho
Amerjcan farmer, and while we of thie
iOri r -tic parity3 ECeliig thie hearty
co-opie tion of a 'Deinocratic admlin
lct ration were ma king. the fight for'
Weeks In (ho American congress to
prevent th~e presC fl conditionls againist
wheh the Ameican fairmer and
stoc-kmlan are no0w strivIng, Senator'
lIa rdling and hiIs reactionlary ieuli
enn friends in (lhe senate and -the
house were 'hiallen'ging our every
statcment and Ob)struCting our1 every
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if, for any reason at all, you don't like them. Just same guarantee with
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refund to you, without question, the price of the
whole box. There is no 22 Long
The Black Shells have reached so high a state of Mife cartridge as
perfection in waterproofing, in speed, in power, and curate at distances from
in uniformity -- that we can make this unlimited 50 to 250 yards as U. S.
* 22 N. R. A. Long Rifle
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T' is SO inorc yards of ac
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which will appeal to you as very attractive.
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with good values.
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