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Ko matter what happens, the -Venders
a man wears aro never ea
Urely free from responsibilities.
aiA" .umnle' tonle there I no medietas
that qui e compares with OXIDINE. It not
only build tip the system, but tnken res
ulitrly. prevent Malaria. Rrpilnr or Taste
lees formula at DruxvUti. Adv.
Fully two-tlmls of what the average
man Bays la of no conpcqueiico.
A HIDDEN DANDER
It Is a duty of
the kidneys to rid
the blood of urlo
acia, an irritating e.
poison that Is con-;
tantly forming In-
When tho kid- B
neyB fall, uric acid I
causes rheumatic L'
alfnnlro linnilnnlma J"
weak eyes, dropsy
or heart disease.
Pills help the kid
neys dght off urlo
acid bringing now
strength to wenk kidneys and re
lief from backache and urinary Ills.
A Montana Cast
Mr. It. H. Andrews, KM Kiulith Armor. flri-at
Falls. Mont.. says: "M Drain, hands and Iet
became so swollen 1 ruiildnt stand. 1 waa In
(our "I'll til" pain. 1 was to rrdticrd In weight
my jrarnirnta Just hiingnn roi, and 1 had slrm
np In despair. 1 Hun's Kldner I'llla cured m
completely, and iiysr a Tear lias elapsed wltbout
tn slightest return uf the trouble.'
Gal Doan'a at Anr Store, 60c a Box
rOSTER-MULBURNCO.. Buffalo, New York
Sloan's Liniment gives
quick relief for cough, cold,
hoarseness, soro throat,
croup, asthma, hay fever
Ms.Alheut W.PmcK.of Fredonla,
Kau., writes : " We use Sloan's l.lnl
uient In the family anil flint It an ex
cellent relief fur colds and bay fever
attacks. It stops couiiuhig aud inees
log almost Instantly."
RELIEVED SORE THROAT.
Mm. I,. ItitEWXR, of ModeUo.Fla.,
writes: " I boiieht oue Imttlo of your
Liniment ami ltdltlinjall the good In
the world. My throat was Yery lore,
and it cured we of my trouble."
GOOD FOR COLD AND CROUP.
MR. W. H. .SrBAKOK, 3721 Elmwnod
ATenue, Chicago, 111., writes i "A lit
tle boy next door had croup. 1 gare
the mother Sloan's I.liilmeut to try.
She (ate htm three drops on sugar
before going to bed, ami he Rot up
without the croup lu the inorulng."
Prktm, 2&o., BOo,, $1.00
Vw 3L Jm
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TO THE SETTLER
THE AMERICAN RUSH TO
In the new Districts of
wun and Alberta there
aro tbuusands of tree
Homesteads left, whlen
to tho man mnkliif entry
In S years timet will be
worth f rora I'JJ in l.'i per
acre, Theso lands are
well adunteil tu araln
u( and rattle railing.
txriUKT Riiinii nnunti
In many cases the mllwnjs In
Canada hare been built In ad.
Tanre of ailtleruent, and In a
abort time there will not be a
seltler who need be more than
ten ortweWe miles from a line
of railway, Hallway Kales aro
recti atea Dy Uurerutuent Cow
The American Beltlerlsathnme
In Western Canada, llelsnota
r tranter In a strange land, hay
ntr nearly a million of his own
people already settled there. If
yuueaire loanuw wn me con
lltlon of the Canadian Pettier Is
Ertwperoaa write and send for
icrature, rates, etc., to
a. A. OOOK.
m . wk mm, urns citt, m.
Canadian Ooreniment Agents, or
aaaresa Biiparintrnuriii oi
1 1 S growl
HNOP E ON
THE TURK COMMANDER WILL
CH003E 8TARVATION RATHER
TURKS WANT TO CONFER AGAIN
ut The Balkan Delegates Will Not
Meet Them Unless The Sur
render of Adrl.inople. Is
London. Ofllclal news received by
tlio Bulgarian delegation describes the
situation at Adrlanoplo as desperate
Several soldiers who deserted and suc
ceeded in reaching tho headquarters
ot tho allies say tho town Is lu its
last gaBp. Provisions nro so scurco
that the military authoiIUes huvo re
quisitioned ull the food possessed
oven by private Individuals and are
making only one distribution, com
prising a half ration dully.
Conditions have been rendered
moro grave by the great number of
sick who crowd the hospitals, where
the attention Is Inadequate. Thus the
death rate 1b very high
The commander of the fortress hua
declared he would rather seo all die
of starvtton than surrender tho town;
that is way ull who can are endeavor
ing to escape. Tho Bulgarians belluvc,
even independently of any action the
powers may take, the question of Ad
rlanople soon will be solved.
Constantinople has accopted the
views of Hechnd Pasha, who recently
t .ked to be authorized to reconvoke
tho conference, he being president of
tho next sitting. The dllliculty now
lies In the determination of the al-
Jies not to participate unless they are
notified lu advance what Turkey in
tends to piopose. They do not wish
to revive the dlsctiBBlou of unaccepta
ble terms but desire to have It as a
certainty that Turkey is ready to cedo
what has been pronounced as the irre
ducible minimum of the allies Ad
rlanople after which It will bo possi
ble to discuss the frontier line, which
roust leave that town in the hands of
SPIRIT IN TUBERCULOSIS WAR
REBELS SACK A TOWN;
fresh Outbreak In Mexican Trouble,
In State of San Luis
down" or 'got the
Hulls ail about these
roe fael "opt of sorts"-"
aae. "safer from kidner.bladaa
laiaTaal heuk eer written, ft ull
aasrMaMSM&lefuryoMlflfltlsthe remedy M
Mexico City. After destroying; the
little garrison of federals and raz
ing the town of Ayotlclngo, twenty
live miles from Mexico City, a body
of rebelB withstood tho attacks of
two detachments of federal rein
forcements and practically anni
hilated the government forces. Threo
other groups of reinforcements sont
to the Bcono of tho fighting have not
Thoso who brought the story to the
capital estimate that the rebels num
bered between SOO aud 1,000. Not u
house Is standing In the town but the
residents were not personally mo
lested. Tho attack began in the morning.
Of tho garrison of eighteen, only two
escaped, ono of them wounded. A
forco ot twenty federals, dispatched
from Tenango to relnforeo the gar
rison, was wiped out after a stiff light.
One hundred federals, hurriedly dls
pached from Xlco, met the same fate.
Fifty federals from Chalco, u small
detachment from Mllpaalta, In the fed
eral district, and 100 homo guards
from Mexico City, left for Ayotlcln
go. More troops are bolng sent to
the front but the rebels nre expected
to retreat, possibly attacking Chalco.
The rebels are believed to be com
manded by Fellpo Norl. Tho hacien
da Cerro Gordo, In tho stute ot San
Luis Potosl, has been ascked by rebols
under Francisco Vcsquez, a ncphow of
Dr. Francisco Vnsquez Gomez, and a
quantity of arms und ammunition cap
tured. Bridges on the Mexican Southern
railway between Puebla and Oaxaca
have again been burned Just after
bfilng rebuilt. Owing to the presence
of General lilglno Agullar between
the Mexico and Intjeroceanlo railways,
near Pasco del Mlrcho, tho governor
of Vera Cruz has ordered military es
corts for the trains on tho Inter
oceanlo traversing that district.
Bridges have been burned on tho In
ternational road between Monterey
HAD ALL THE BEST OF IT LQST BEAUTY
Nineteen Million Dollars Expended
Last Year In Fight Against the
Dread White Plague.
Nearly $19,000,000 wbb spent In the
anti-tuberculosis campaign In the
United Stntes during tho year 1912,
according to the fourth annual statis
tical statement of expenditures lu this
movement Issued by tho National As
sociation for tho Study hud Preven
tion of Tuberculosis. The expenditures
during the year for sanatorium and
hospital construction and treatment
make the largest single Itom in tho
total, amounting to nenrl $10,800,000.
This Is an Increnso of nearly $5,000,
000 over the same grou'i of expendi
tures for tho year 191 The anti
tuberculosis a (i I ii" i d commit
tees spent iiui J,o, , while (lis
pensnries und tubctculopls clinics
spent over $500,000. Over $115,000
was spent for thu maintenance nnd
establishment of open-air school and
fresh air classes, which Is more than
double tho amount spent for this pur
pose In 1911. Ofllclal, statu and mu
nicipal expenditures outside of the
nialntennurr u' Institutions, which
nre Included In tho other totals,
nmounted to $280,000. In addition to
those figures, about $500,000 was
spent by hospltnls for Insnnu nnd
penal institutions In caring for their
Demoerata Control Nutmeg State New
Hartford, Conn. With the Inaugur
ation of Governor Blmeon E. Baldwin
for a second term, the atate admin
istration pasted from the Republican!
to the Demoerata for the first time In
a leng period of yean,
Suffer From Plague oi Rats.
A "pled piper of Ilnmelln" Is need
ed at Santa I'nuln, Cnl Thousands of
rats, and all big wood rats, have In
vaded the place, nnd the situation Is
such thnt women are afraid to go to
church. The rats seem to have n
preference for churches and on several
occasions hnvo forced the feminine
attendance nt services to take to the
high benches. Tho city authorities
are seeking means to abate the pest
The rats are believed to have been
driven out of the woods by recent fires
In the forests
81opay receive 1 ' card on which
wns engraved: Professor Brace,
He knew no such person so his curi
osity led him to receive him.
"What is your business, profesBor?"
ho asked, politely.
"I am a collector of antiquities," nn
swered the old man.
"So I Imagined. And how can I
"By paying a deposit on this little
bill you have owed for more than
Wise Qlrl Selected for Husband Man
Who Had Both Seasons for
"Daughter," said tho anxious father
to the eldest daughter of a brood of
seven, "your mother tells mo that
you have had a proposal."
"Yes, father, I have." demurely re
plied the young woman. "In fact, I
have received several."
"I hear the tee man proposed to
"And you accepted him, of course?"
"I did not"
"Unwise child! Think of tho money
ho coins every summer!"
"Tlio plumber also proposed."
"Ah! That Is better A man of
untold wealth garncicd ueiy winter.
Beyond doubt you told him 'yes!'"
"Wlma-a-t? Do you mean to tell
mo you let so golden an opportunity
slip by ungraBped?"
"Yes, father. You seo, I accepted n
man who soils Ice In siniiinor and Is
n plumber In wntor."
"Ah, daughter! Fly to my arms!
You make me weep with pride!"
BROKE OUT IN HEAT RASH
822 Georgia Ave, East Noshvlllo,
Tenn. "My baby wns about two
months old when ho began to break
out In small red pimples liko heat
rns'u, afterward turning Into festers.
They gradually spread until his little
head, face, groins and. chest, his head
being most affected, became n mass
of sores with u great deal of corrup
tion. It beenmo offensive and gradual
ly grew worse. I kept n white cap on
him to keep him from scratching, it
seemed to itch so badly, it made him
cross and his chest and groins would
"Nothing seemed to help It, nnd I
had almost como to the conclusion
that my baby's case was hopclcstl,
when hearing of the Cutlcurn Soap and
Cutlcura Ointment, I decided to try It.
I noticed nt onco thnt baby rested bet
ter. I continued It for a few weeks nnd
my baby was entirely cured by the Cutl
cura Soap and Ointment. They cured
whero all others tailed." (Signed)
Mr. E. O. Davis, Nov. 28, 1912.
Cutlcura Soap nnd Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Address
post-card "Cutlcura, DepL L, Boston."
Not a Complaint.
"Well, Oscar, we ought to get in
that picture also, I should think."
"No, you needn't bo on every pinto.
I took my camera ulong to have some
pleasant recollections of tho trip."
Cm be Remtiied, is Max I
tUscei, Accsri'iag te State
meat el Mrs. Lvcile
Laurel, Miss. In a letter from this
place, Mrs. Lucllo McElroy says: "I
was sick for three years, with back
ache, headache, palne lu my stomach
and back, low down. At times I could
not do a thing, I was so wenk.
After I was married, I thought I
would try Cnrdul, the woman's tonic,
and after using two or tlueo bottles,
I couldn't toll one day from another
felt good all tho time.
I not only still use Cardul, but ad
vise every lady I think needs It, to
glvo It a trial, and several whom I
hnvo persuaded, say they havo ob
tained great relief.
Another good thing I hnvo noticed
about Caidul Is that It fills out hol
lows under tho oyes, which nro sunk
en as If from a bad spell of Blckuess.
It fleshens up a woman's eyes, and
makes them look bright and plump.
Many a woman would bo pretty If it
were not for her sunken-ln eyes.
I bellovo thnt Cardul, tho woman's
tonic, la tho only treatment for wom
en." Do you suffer from womanly trou
ble? If so, glvo Cardul, tho woman's
tonic, a trial.
Judging from tho experience of a
million other women who havo been
benefited by this remedy. It should
surely do you good.
N. H.lt'Hti m Chattsneeaa Meifidae Co., Ladies'
Adfiwry Depsfment, Cliatlanorts, Teaanssr, lor
tt'iltl 7i.im.jrt.nl on yeur ess and 64-pate book, "Hoax
Treslmeot lot Woetsa," seal In p'aia wrapper. Adt.
A man can never remember what a
girl said when she proposed to him.
DREADED TO EAT.
A Quaker Couple's Experience.
A Tub of Rosewater.
The small son of Victor Hosownter
was desirous of sailing boats lu tho
bathtub of the Kosewater homo.
"You cannot," said Mrs. Rose
water. "Fnther is tuklng a bath Just
"Why Is father taking a buth?" de
manded the boy.
"Why do you take a bath?" coun
tered rs Itosewnter.
"Because I have to," replied the son
Saturday Evening Post.
How many persons dread to eat
their meals, although nctually hungry
nearly all the time!
Nature never Intended this should
be so, for we are given a thing called
appetite that should guide us as to
what the Bystcm needs at any time
and can digest.
But we get lu a hurry, swallow our
food very much as we shovel coal Into
tho furnace, and our sense of appetite
becomes unnatural and perverted.
Then wo eat the wrong kind ot food
or eat too much, and thero you are
indigestion and its accompanying mis
eries. A Phlln. lady said:
"My husband and I havo been Blck
and nervous for 15 or 20 years from
drinking coffee feverish, Indigestion,
totally unfit, a good part of tho time,
for work or pleasure. Wo actually
dreaded to eat our meals. (Tea is
Just as Injurious, because It contains
caffeine, the same drug found In cof
fee.) "We tried doctors and patent medi
cines that counted up Into hundreds
of dollars, with little If any benefit.
"Accidentally, u small package of
Postum came Into my hands. I made
somo according to directions, with
surprising results. Wo both liked it
and havo not used any coffoe since.
"The dull feeling after meals has
left us nnd wo feel better every way.
We are so well satisfied with Postum
that wo recommend it to our friends
who have been made sick and nervous
and mlsernblo by coffee." Name giv
en upon request. Read the little book,
"TJie Road to Wellvlllo," In pkgs.
Postum now comes In concentrated,
powder form, called Instant Postum.
It Is prepared by stirring a level tea
spoonful In a cup of hot water, adding
sugar to taste, and enough cream to
bring the color to' goldon brown.
Instant Postum Is convenient:
there's no waste; und the flavor Is
always uniform. Sold by grocers
SO-cup tin 30 cts 100-cup tin 60 cts.
A 6-cup trial tin mailed for .grocer's
fiaaaa and 2-oent stamp for postage.
Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., Battle Creek,
Wizard of Finance.
"Would you btick to your husbund
If he stole a million dollars?"
"If he succeeded In keeping It."
To prevent Miliaria is fur better tlmn
to cure it. In malarial countries take a
doe of OXIDINE rpfsulnilv one each week
and wive ymirrdf fiom CliilU nnd Fever
and other malarial troubles. Adv.
And a baby would rather go
sleep than listen to a lullaby.
He's Not There.
Jimmy wns sure he had something
the matter with him, so ho went to
see the doctor. Ills pulBo wns felt,
his tongue was examined, his heart
wbb listened to, and his lungs wero
thumped, lie seemed to be Bound.
"Do you Bleep nights?" asked tho
"Yes but I don't enjoy my sleep."
"Ah what disturbs you?"
"Nothing, except I . don't get nny
good out of sleeping. I go to sleep
the minute I hit tho bed and the min
ute I'm nwake I havo to get up. How
can a fellow enjoy hi? sleep when he
doesn't know It."
Joseph Ettor, addressing tho Little
Falls strikers, cracked a timely joke.
"Let us emulate the firmness of tho
millionaire class," ho said. "Our mil
lionaires, you know, swear off at the
beginning of each year, and infallibly
keep their pledge."
"Aw, whnta do they Bwear off?" a
striker incredulously demanded.
"They swear off their personal prop
erty tax!" was the reply.
"Wot's 'Inflated currency ,' BUI?"
"Dunno! 'less it's money wot's been
'blown In.' " Boston Transcript
Dr. Pierce's Pellets, unall, EUfrar-coated,
euey to take as cuudy, regulate aud Invlor
Kto stomucli. liter and bowels aud cure cou
A woman always seems to think a
man can make over his silk hat as
easily as shu can make a now bonnet
out of tho one she wore last year.
With Your Stomach
Take good care of the digestion
help the liver and bowels when neces
sary, and if there is any weakness at
any time lake I shirt curse tl
right iway. It will help your stomach
"coae hick," relieve such ills as Ltsi
of Appetite, Cis Stiaich, Heirt
buri, lelchiig, lidigestiti, Cesstlpi"
flu, lilisiMesf, Sick leidacke, Ce Ms,
Grippe. Malaria, Fever aal Aaae, and
inprtvt your health in general.
KEEP I MTTLE HiNDY ILL THE TIME