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U.lYOiTS V PAVPAWPILLS The bent and Liver V v ' and a pos The bent btomich '111 known positive and A speedy cur for Con- itlpation. Indigestion, Jaundice, UlllousneM, Sour Btorasrh, Head acLe, and all ailments arising Irom a elisor dered atomach or sluggish liver. They contain lu eoncentrst ed forsi all th lr- 'tues ana ysiues or MusyoaS Paw-Taw toaia and are tnada frera the Jol- of the Taw-Paw frnlr. T anhesltattarl iwow innd the pllla aa beiug the bert lss tlve and cathartic ever compounded. Get a 2r-ccnt bottle and If yon aro not per fevtlv nfitlnfled I will refund your moaey. -Mt'NIO.N. 53d and Jeltmon SK. PbHadelpMa, Pa. Dividing the moon 'a aurtct into 128 parta, seventy-two I them art vislbli from the earth. INDIAN RESERVATIONS OPEN. Registration, Jaly IS t Ananit DrnwInR. Aaxcaat 9, 1009. Registration for 160-acre farms In the Flathead Reservation (450,000 acres), at Missoula, Mont.; Coeur d'Alene Reservation (200,000 acres), at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho; Spokane Res ervation (50,000 acres), at Spokane, Wash'. Any qualified applicant can register for a loD-acre farm on all three of these reservation. You therefore have three chances to win a farm. It coats a9thlng to register. The coat of tak ing up the prize 160-acre tracts la from $1,25 to $7 an acre. Low fares by the Chicago, Milwau kib ft St. Paul Railwat $39 from Chicago to Missoula and return. $39 to Kallspell and return. $55.10 to Coeur d'Alene and return. $57.50 to Spokane and return, July 20. Low farej from other points and on other dataa. F. A. Miller, General Passen ger Agent, Chicago. Undo A Ilea. "It's curious," moralized Uncle Allen Sparks, "that they call this new system of running the city the 'commiaaion plaa.' Aa I understand the plan, nobody can manftfre to get a commission on any thing." Chicago Tribune. CASTOR 1 A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of - i Th- 0d Masters. Europe la full of artists who, as far aa line and color go, can turn admira ble copies of anything. These copies are made on old canvases mounted on a framework of old wood, and when the paint is dry the picture is put through an Ingenious aging process. A certain kind of varnish gives a ripe f golden tone, and deepening of shad ows, with a suggestion of the soil of centuries, is had by the smearing ot licorice Juice. As for the cracked paint surface sure sign ot age that is obtained by baking the picture carefully in an oven, or by laying a plaque of metal on the canvas and striking it gently with a iaammer. Worm holes in frame or panels are merely a matter of fine shot fired in and afterward picked out. And fly Bpecks to deceive the files themselves may be had by the Judicious spatter of India ink. No doubt to the sure connoisseur there is something hard and cold ut the copies, something vaguely unsatisfying, but no one can deny that they are enormously like the origin als o much like them that the great museums of Europe, all unsuspecting, have hung their walls with these mel low masterpieces of yesterday. It is said, for instance, that Rembrandt's portrait of Sobteskl in the Louvre is not the original at all, but only a copy, the original being in Russia Cleveland Moffett in Success. Flash Lights. Being the husband of a queen doe n't get you anything. None of the pa pers has mentioned the father's name in the general rejoicing over the birth of Queen Wilhelmlna's baby girl. De troit Free Press. ORiaiw Of a Famous Haniaa Food. The story of great discoveries or in ventions Is always of interest. An active brain worker who found himsalf hampered by lack of bodily strength and vigor and could not car ry out the plans and enterprises he knew how to conduct, was led to study various foods and their effects upon the human system. In other words, before be could carry out his plans he had to And a food that would carry him along and renew his physical and mental strength. He knew that a food which was a brain and nerve builder (rather than mere fat maker) was universally needed. He knew that meat with the average man does not accomplish the derived results. He knew that the solt gray substance In brain and nerve centers is made from Albumen and Phosphate of Potash obtained from food. Then he started to solve the problem. Careful and extensive experiments evolved Crape-Nuts, the now famous food. It contains the bruin and nerve building food elements in condition for easy digestion. The result of eating Crape-Nuts dally Is iiisily seen In a marked ntur dinefs and activity of the brain and nervous system, making It a plcamire fur one to rarry on the dally duties without fatigue rr exhaustion. firipe-Nuts food Is In no sense a Stimulant but Is simply food which renews and replaces the daily waste ef Brain and nerves. IIh flavour is clinnniiiR and being fully ami thoroughly cooked at the factory It Is served Instantly with crejm. The signature of the brain worker Bpofcen of, C. V,'. Povt. Is to be seen on each genuine puekage of Grape- uts. Look In pkgs. for the lamous UV- tie book, 'The Road to Wellvllle." "There's a Reason." "Why did you leave your last place?" asked the tons. "I got six months off for good behavior," answered the Job seeker. Codling Why did you speak to that old twamp, dear boy? Softy Why shouldu't I, old chappie? He Isn't In twade, and ho doesn't work for a liv ing. "Oh, dearl" sighed the heiress, "I wish I knew whether the duke Is going to propose to me." "Well, rejoined the penniless leauty, "why don't you cable his solicitors?" "Tlint was n bad break Dr. Green made." "What whs It?" "He ndvlsed our traveling man to give up work for awhile inul travel for his health." Detroit Free Press. Mary I wonder why swells wear an eyeglass? Jnne Why, to block up one eye, so that they shall see Just as much as they can understand at a time. Christian Endeavor World. "Your tickets were complimentary, were they not?" "Well," replied the man who had seen a painfully amateur entertainment, "I though they were until I saw the show." Tlt-Blts. "How did you contrive to cultivate such n beautiful bhiek eye?" nsked Brown. "Oh!" replied Fogg, who had been practicing upon roller skates, "I raised ft from a slip." United Fres byterla n. "Your hair wants cutting badly, sir," said a barber to a customer. "No, it doesn't," replied the man in the chair: "it wants cutting nicely. You cut It badly last time." Damocratlo Telegram. Mrs. Stubb John, they say that one half of the world don't know how the other half lives. I wonder which half j knows. Mr. Stubb Why, the feminine half, Maria. If they don't know they'll soon find out. "Wot's yourn?" asked the waiter ot a quick-lunch patron. "Doughnuts and coffee," was the re ply. And the wait er sent in the order to the cook by wireless: "One in the dark an' two'road3 was close upon $4,000,000,000, rubber tires." I making a grand aggregate of $6,100,- "Algy, dear," remarked a young wife' 000,000, or for 1908 about $7,000,000,. in hor rmshnnii "I wish VOU WOUld , taste this milk and see if it is perfect ly sweet. If it's the least bit sour I mustn't give any of it to dear little Fldo!" Judy. T nnrterslnnd vour husband Is some- thing of an after-dinner speaker." formed 14.8 per cent of the total pop "Yes," answered Mrs. Torklns, "what ulation; in 1880, 13.3 per cent; in 1870, Charley is liable to say after dinner is'H- Per cent; in 1860, 13.2 per cent, the reason we can't keep a cook." and in 1850, 9.7 per cent. Washington Star. I The birth of a Bon to the youthful Pearl Jack is the biggest goose I Duke and Duchess of Sudermanla ever saw In my life. Ruby What now, 'gives to royal Europe what it has no! dear Pearl Why, my chaperon lost bad for more than ten years, namely, her glasses last night when we were a great-great-grandmother. The ladj making love and he actually helped to 'to whom this honor has come is tha find them for her Grand Duchess Constantine NIcolale- "Isn't it a shame to keep those poor who was, before her marriage, lions caged." "Lady." answered the Princess, Alexandra of Saxe Allen keeper at the soo, "they're much hap-1 urg- pier and safer ther 3 than they would How huge Is the cost of under be roaming the African Jungles." . cround railways Is shown in a com Washington Star. l'arlson oI the total cost of all the tubs Mrs Peck (contemptuously)-What Bystema of London with the jyirs. ran v i '',,- total cost of the railway system ol are you anyhow a man or a mouse? The latter lnclude8 3,363 Mr. Peck (bl terly)-Am?."'vndevaor' Imlles of road and Its total cost waa If I were only a mouse I d have you 00Q The tubeg oJ up on the table yelling for dear life $vj m,le8 right now'.-Life. have cost abQUt ,187iBOOi000i "It is the duty or every man and kft & o woman to be married at the ago of j esg nlMpen on h, h h 22," said the lecturer. Well aa d a woman of 30, w th "P""- tlvPS. If It is the woman who Is left needn't tell me hat. Talk to the man. jrathere3g mt,e oneg gne keepg thenj -Philadelphia Ledger. I together and earns a living besides. Teacher Jounny, what is the mean-. XVornen develop great energy when left Ing of the word "procrastinate' t Pu-wlthout R m.,n ln fact aH the wId. pil To put off. Teacher Right. Use ows we knQW are KettJng aong a great It ln an original sentence. Pupil The fleal fcettcr than tho marril3(1 WOmen. brakeman procrastinated the tramp Atcnlson Globe. from the train.-Cleveland Leader. A Bhol wMch w,u hU u,o mark "What! Going. Braun? Oh. while w, bJ tested th,3 8ummcr. The BOnd you're here at the club stay a little Rtoe, head of the &beU cjntain8 a longer. "Impossible, my dear fellow. rhar;?e of nlRh eM)i0SVe. which Is de But I will leave my coat and umbrella (ona ,a on Imi,act. Back of thi.j Is the here, and perhaps my wife will send rjhrapnei chamber, containing 120 bul mo bark to fetch them." Mcggendor-, . -- t H ia ai.u - tT" v. ...nw , ' " fer Blaetter. The shrapnel portion can be timed to Fretty Girl And you really consld rxplode above a body of troops, leav er It bad luck to go under a ladder! jjng tha solid head of the shell to pas Horrid Bachelor Sure. I knew a fellow who kissed a girl under a ladder last summer. Pretty Girl And did he have bad luck? Horrid Bachelor I should say so. They are married now. "What do you want?" asked the lady of the house of the tramp. "Suthin' ter eat." "I haven't anything ln the house except some bread and tinned beef. Do you want some of that?" "No," he said, sadly. "I'd better move on. It 'ud be a pity ter waste such a fine appetite ou sech poor victuals." "These Turks are barbarous people," remarked the housewife, as she got out a rhubarb pie., "Yes, mum," re sponded Sandy Pikes, with a low bow. "To show my antipathy for dem I have formed a boycott." "A boycott, my poor man?" "Yes, mum; I have prom ised meself never to use a Turkish towel or take a Turkish bath." Chica go Dally News. "I see," said DeBorum, who waa making a prolonged call, "that an Ohio genius has Invented a telephone at tachment that will enable one to see a person miles away." "That may be ull riKht as far as It goes," rejoined Miss Weary un, "but It doesn't go quite far enough. An attachment that would keep some people miles away would be mora practical." lit- Kipliilim. "Why is it, professor," asked the young man with the bad eye, "that when Christopher Columbus discov ered tills country be didn't settle down and stay bete?" "Doubtless you are aware, my young friend." answered ths professor, "thit the Spanish form cf his name was C'ristovnl Colon?" "Yes, sir." "Well a, colon does not mean a full stop. We will return now, young gen tlemen, to the consideration of the le sou." FACTS IU TABLOID FORM, KdOeatlon is tao only Interest worthy the deep, controlling auxlety of the thoughtful man. Wendell Phil lips. Albert Hlch.irdson of Eskrldgp, Kas., died at the age of 110. He was so old at the tinio of the Civil War that his enlistment was refused. Lady Frances P.alfour, discussing the recent Internal lunal congress for woniRn suffrage, says that Mrs. Catt presided as well ns the Speaker of the House of Commons. Mrs. Soda Loeblnger was elected president of the new organization of suffragettes wh'.ch was recently formed In New York city. It is com posed of wage-eamins women. At the beginning of tha present yea! Japan hnd 3,:i08 telegraph offices and the lines were 5,387 miles Ions, with a total length of wire 92.227 miles. Nearly 8,000,000 telegrams were handled last yea. The wealth of the United States In 1S50 was 17,1)00,000.000, speaking la round terms; in 18(10, $16,000,000,000; in 1870, $;!0,000.000,000; in 1880, $43, 500.000,000; In 1S00. $65,000,000,000; In 1900, $88,500,000,000, and In 1904, $107,000,000,000. At the close of the fiscal year 190S the railroad mileage of the United States was 230,000, a3 compared with 136,883 in 1SS8 and 184,648 in 1893. The net capitalization Is $13,000,007, 012, an increase of 39.8 per cent ovei the figures of 1898. At a little town In Arkansas the Methodist and Presbyterian churchet are located near to each other. One Sunday morning the Presbyterlani were heard singing, "Will There B Any Stars In My Crown?" The next Sunday morning the echo came from the Methodists, "No, Not One." Cultivation of the soil Is not mere ly done to kill weeds, but It is a mols ture conservator; It makes the soli more porous, so that the plant root! more easily penetrate In search ol plant food. In time of protracted drought the cultivator should be kept going whether there are weeds or not The cost of the central station planti existing In 1907 in the United State! was Just $1,000,000,000; the capital! station of telephony was $1,100,000,004 and the capitalization of street rail- The total number of persons of for eign birth living In the United State! In 1900 was 10.4G0.000. fnrmine 13.1 I per cent of the total population, while ' In 1890 the persons of foreign blrtb in 1890 the persons of foreign on and Etrike elsewhere. Although the Manchester ship canal failed to pay ln fho earlier years ot its operation, It Is to-day carrying s big tonnage and providing a profitable investment. During last year about $150,000 was added to the total cost, which at present amounts to over $83, 000,000. The canal, which accommo dates seagoing steamers of considera ble size, has made of the great city ol Manchester a muritlmo port According to the head of Austrla'i telegraphs, the nntomatlc telephone exchange system can be made to con pelf, seriously with the manual sys tem. He nays that In New York i lakes on the avtrage sixteen second! from the time the subscriber removes his telephone receiver to the time the ringing signal Is set; whereas ln automatic system Installed ln Vienna for 10:1,000 suhs.-rlbers this work la done In ten pe uiids. Three seconde after the subscriber hangs up the re reiver the line is clear. Owing to t'jla i.avin in time a larger number of mej cages an be delivered through the au tomatic exchange than through the manual peh;inge. I'm'.t r Die headlino "Juvenile Ar tist i," lii" We It Spiegel puHlshus the pictures : u little curly-heuded girl r -aicd ul a p!;;no. and a boy before an eiiH.-i j;t work o.i ,i picture. The for nit.r is 1'ila O.-t.-rlo, tho 3 year-old .-:u:-.l:if r : a Spanish physician. "Tha lft i:i;- i Is 1 i i : r ; her hulf brother, a ...:.! :.::,:.;!." i,;iyi tho writer. "The ::). wii'i voiid- r'ul skill composl , u ii:; !:.(':i, M.-ndi lssohn find Mcv 'vi. v i i '. . o 1 1 1. ::ny 1 ii'i vl.-ils' of nol T'-e boy, ::.;::tr'.r J.avullard, U eight ..K-r-: !-! i.e'tii r. He has dono some ri'.i'arlii ijly f. ie work as a painter, which lias recently been roeognlzod at t lio Paris Siilon, vhero one of his i ti-rlcrs Is now ol' txliibltlon." GOOD SHORT STORIES A chemist had made a mistake in lis "weights and poisoned a customer. Vyhen the fatal tidings were brought lo him he exclaimed: "Wretch that I am and my tost customer, too!" The famous English divorce lawyer, Cresswcll, afterward Sir Creswell Cres weJI, waa a most pompous man. His manner cj-.lc fo irritated JiMtlec Maule, before whom he was arguing, that the latter at last burst out with: "Mr. Cress ell, I wish you would re member that I am a vertebrate ani mal. Your manner to me would be insolence- from God Almighty to a black beetle." In a hospital In one of the large cities of Central France, the physl-clan-in-rhlef, In tho course of his round of Inspection, approached a cot nnd after feeling the patient's pulse. remarked. "lUnn- he Is doing very nlcely; bis pulse 1b much better." It Is as you say, doctor," replied the nurse; "but It Is rot (lie s.; r'n. Yesterday's patient is dead, and this one has been put ln his place." "Ah," Bald the doctor, "different patient, eh? Well, same treatment." And he walk rl on. This refined cruelty Is attributed to a French gentleman who had finished his holiday In England, and had just paid a very large hotel bill. He was Indignant, but his native courtesy was unimpaired. "Send se proprletalre to me," he said to the waiter, and pres- jntly the host entered. Monsieur was ill smiles. "Ah, let mo embrace you!" he cried. "But why do you want to embrace me, sir? I don't un derstand." "Ah, Balre, but look at ece beel!" "Your bill! Yes. but what of It?" "Vot of it? Vy. it means zat 1 s'all nevalre, nevalre see you again, alre." Bill Barlow, of Wyoming, told of one of the first humorous paragraphs of his former editorial associate, Bill Nye. There had been a railroad acci dent. The locomotive was lost, two passenger cars were destroyed, the ex press car was smashed; but no one had been fatally hurt This is the way BUI Nye described it: "For up ward of twenty years repairs have been repeatedly promised the obi South Bridge. Hoping against hone, and waiting until distracted, the old bridge became discouraged at last, and yesterday Just laid down in the gorge Hh a passenger train." A new member of Congress from one of the rural districts of Michigan was ambitious to distinguish himself by his oratory, and accordingly watch' ed for a favorable opportunity. At length an occasion presented Itself. A motion was made ln the House for enforcing the execution of some stat ute; whereupon the orator In embryo rose solemnly up, and after giving three loud hems, spoke as follows: "Mr. Speaker: Have we laws, or have we not laws? If we have not laws, and they are not observed, to what end are those laws made?" So saying, he sat down, his chest heaving high with conscious consequence. Instant ly Cox, the clown of the House, with a twinkle In his eye, rose and deliv ered his thoughts in these words: "Mr. Speaker: "Did the honorable gentleman who spoke last speak to the purpose, or not speak to the pur pose? If he did not speak to the purpose, to what purpose did he speak?"'1 That particular orator never troubled the House again. STRICT GERMAN LAWS. IieHrulatlona A Inn ttir Morehiinl, CflUt and Carrie Man. A Munich newspaper has made a list of some of tho vesatlous little laws to which the Gorman Is subject, says tho New York Sun. Cycling, for instance, is a pleasure which must be indulged In only wth great care. A cyclist may at any moment be stopped by tho police and asked for hla riding license. Failure to produce it resalts in a fine of 72 cents. If he hurries to make up for the tlmo lost ln his dispute with the guardian of the law he lays himself open to an other fine of the like amount for rld lug too fast. He may turn inadver tently into a road not open to cycllvts and again a fine of 72 cents la the penalty. Other misdemeanors which he can easily commit are failure to ring the bell clearly, riding without a brake, removing his feet from the pedals, taking one hand off the handle bar, and failure to light his lamp at the particular minute laid down by the law. To jump on a tram car In motion is a breach of the law which requires $1.25 to mend. If a merchant puts ln his window an advertisement so effec tive as to cause a crowd to collect he can be fined $2.50. Should a decora tive embellishment on the front of hla establishment conceal his Christian name on tho signboard the penalty is $1.25. One has -to be very circumspect when going to bod at night. To for get to draw the curtains while un dressing Is a crime which may mean one week's Imprisonment. (raiihupurri Meftl Orllcacy. In Japanese provinces which are so dlstaut from the sea that fresh tlsh cannot be obtained readily, and v.liere meat Is not abundant, snkkes and 1U ar'ls are considered goo. I food and are prepared In many ways. Grasshoppers rank nmong the real delicacies. Mll- Doctor. Doctor Perhaps It's your oooUlrig tha's rer-ponfclhls for your husbands illness. He has a severe attack of gastritis. Mrs. JustwedGadtrltls! But I al ways cook on a uuvl r;uo. ttyracuso Herald. You can save yourself napless worry by permitting other pt'ople to attend to Uiiir own private affairs. WAR ON THE GOATS. L,k Cnllforafa and An(rll, Hawaii llaa Ita Animal IVM. The wild goat of Hawaii has in re cent years become a serious menace to agriculture In various parts of the territory. Secure among the most In accessible cliffs of the mountains, thou sands ot these nimble animal find n congenial home, and although no systematic efforts have ns yet been Inaugurated for exterminating them, they are nevertheless extremely wary and difficult to approach. California and Australia have had their scourges of rabbits; and various western States still have their troubles ln rombatlng prnlrlo dogs and gophers, but these pests Injure the agriculturist directly by attacking hla growing crops, while, on the other hand, tho goats of Hawaii do the same thing In directly by ruining the mountain for ests which conserve the rainfall on which the water for irrigation pur poses Is dependent, says Orchard and Farm, This waa not for a long time appreciated, but of late years with the rapid Increase In the number of goats It has become very apparent. ?n some pectlons of the mountain district once heavily wooded, there is now scarcely any vegetation at all, duo aglcly to the destructive feeding of th', go:iis. All of the islands in the group have largo areas of extremely broken and rugged mountain country, of no value except for tho water sheds they afford, but this Is of great Importance. Al though the rainfall o:i the windward sides of the islands Is very heavy,' ln some Instances ranging as high as twenty to thirty Inches a month, the Ice sides ln many cases get almost no rain at all, all the moisture being wrung from the steady northeast trade winds by the chill cf the high altitude of the great volcnnle mountain ranges over which they pass. These dry dis tricts in many instances have splen did soils and exteurvo Irrigation sys tems have been buiit to carry the water from the wet sides of the moun tains. But owing to the precipitous nature of the mountains and the porous character of the volcanic for mations, without a good covering of forest growth to hold tho rain, the greater part of it runs off to the ocean In fonmlng torrents almost as fast as !t is precipitated. The territorial gov eminent Is doing much in the way of forest planting and in the encourage ment of forestry, but ita work has in some instances at least been undone by the wild goats and cattle. Not only do the goats destroy the foliage of the smaller vegetation, but when this sup ply falls short they dig out and eat the tender roots. Goat hunting is a popular diversion ln some parts of the territory, and as a sport is by no means to be despised. Although the animals are numerous, It requires some hard tramping and climbing to get to their haunts, and then, a true aim and good eye for dis tance ln order to have much success. Occasionally parties are organized and a week or more spent in goat shoot ing, with the result that sometimes several hundred are slaughtered. Were it not for the Injurious characteristics of the little animals, the slaughter would seem wanton In the extreme, for no value Is placed on the carcass, and It is usually left where it falls. NEW YORK'S GREAT MARKET. Where f OS, 000,000 Worth of I'rovl. alona Are Hold Annually. Down along the docks of the North Rivor, between these aud Hudson street, for blocks Is a region of bustle and of traffic congestion, of big estab lishments and sidewalks piled with packages and cases and crates of all kinds. Th's region is the realm of the produce men. Street after street, every spot Is de voted to thj one business and the strango visitor would Imagine this was some world emporium making ready to ship to every corner of the earth. It is shipping, but chlelly for the purpose of distributing consign ments to the many sections ot the great metropolis Itself. Down here all is strict business, ac cording to Alcolm, and one does not Imbibe any atmosphere of the clover field or the poultry yard, nor does one have time to descant on the worth of the business hen or beauteous kine. What one hears about here N "cases of firsts," "packages of prime," etc. For here as indicated are handled the country's most precious, for most perishable, dairy and poultry products from day to day. In a year there pass through tho hands of the men-bunts $95,000,000 worth of theso products $5,000,000 worth of cheese, $34,000,000 worth of butter, $25,000,000 worth ot eggs and $31,000,000 worth of poul try.. New York consumes 4,000,000 cases of eggs alone each case containing thirty dozen eggs. The average price of these eggs Is for the year 23 cents a dozen. Of this number there may be from 600,000 to 900.0HO of refrigerator eggs, which are stored for distribution to the retailers and sold to the con sumers through the regular channels, t In the height of tho season the re celpts may sometimes be as high as 40,000 cases or more lu a single day. the prices fluctuating according to the condition of supply and demand as well as of the eggs themselves; the range In prices during the year being from perhaps 47 to 17 cents a dozen at wholesale. The high prices occur during thf late fall and winter when production Is ordinarily at Its lowest point; but during February apd early March, ac cording to the weather conditions, the supply Jumps and prices relax to tiie great relief of the thrifty housewives of Manhattan and tho boroughs. Itvauty 1 nad or !, "They have found canuls on Mars." "Yea." "llany anything ever ben found on V'euus?" "Not la any picture I ever saw cf her." Cleveland Leuder. ! It True, .lrlf "Sr.y. pa, what's a sheath skirt?" "Tiu-fa tho kind that has to be put on with a shoo-horn." Llpptncott's. The owner of an Illicit still U anx toua to keep It o,uiet. Took Mrs, Illrhicinie H prred M at audience of women, did li? And he took for his text, "Let your women keep ei lenee In Dip church?" That mint hnvf reined like a deliberate Insult to all ol yon. Mrs. Upmorp Quite the contrary. Yo i oi(tlit to lin vp liea id how he roasted Paul (or writing thoi wurrN! IXplftiaaor. "Isn't there utmr talk thnt Gringo it going to enter the ministry?" "The ministry? Why O, I nee. Thnt'l wlint he really wnnt. but lie intend to try for a consulship first." Chicnge Tribune. TIRED ALL THE TIME. Languor, Ilstlessness and dullness of spirits are often due to kidney disor ders. Pain and weakness In the back, sides ami hips, head aches, ili.7.lness, uri nary disorders ar-: sure sinus that the kidneys need Imme diate nttelitlon. De lay Is dangerous. Mrs. John F. Riley, f ti I Tl vtainui at., V I I "null to- Ohio. AJ VYvl says: "Ilaekacho, headacho and dizzy spells were the bur den of my life for years. Housework was drudgery, and I was tired and worn out all the time, due to kidney disease. Doan's Kid ney Pills .brought prompt relief and Boon I was entirely cured." Remember the name Doan's. For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Mllbum Co., Buffalo, N. Y. C'rathril Aicnln. Mrs. Denhatn Do you think that I shall be a good looking old woman? Denham I don't know why you should expect any such radical change, New York Press. A.k Your Drutilil Fer Allen's Foot-Ease. "I tried ALLEN'S FOOT-I3ASK recent ly, nnd have Just bouKht another supply. It ha cured my corns, and the hot, burn ing and Itching sensation In my foet which was almost unbearable, and I would not bo without It now. Mrs. V. J. Walker. Camden, N. J." Hold by all DniKKlsts. 2Sc. The cold storage company of London sometimes hn charge ot $".V).iasJ worth Of furs belonging to Its patrons. PERRY nTI' PJUNIfTM.rn. Vor niditvn chill orwM (lnp.tr.,1 of lilkr) a Pslnkllh-r imeh. Vorc..lc.dlrrlnnil nimmsr vmnr Biemt tills luvUlclns Mvsr lslls. IM.. Vxjat aw. bonis. The Dutch throne hag forty-one possi ble claimants. In Vienna Museum there la a collec tion of coins numbering 123,000. It la eaid to be tho finest In the world. arre. Wlnslow's Hoot nine Brrap for rbllO reo teetblng, flu the gums, reduce lo flniuumtlon. allay palu, i-uree vlud collo. Vxs bottle. The Indian government Is endeavorini to popularize tours to t lie Himalayas. Thi number of tourists is increasing percept Ibly every year. DREADFUL DANDBTJVy. Girl' Head Enrrnsled Pearai Lo ot All He Hair Ilabr Had Milk Croat Mlaalonarr'a Wife Made Perfect Cure h Catleari. "For several years my husband was a missionary in the Southwest. Every one ln that high nnd dry atmosphere bns more or less trouble with dandruff and my daughter's sculp became ao en crusted with it that I wus ulnrmed fur fear she would lose nil her hair. After trying various remedies, iu desperation I bought a cake of Cuticura Soap nnd a box of Cuticura Ointment. They left the scalp beautifully clean aud free from dnmlruff nud I am happy to say that tho Cuticura Remedies were n complete success. I hnve ulso used successfully the Cuticura Remedies for so-called 'milk-crust' on baby's head. Cuticura Is a blesHiug. Mrs. J. A. Dar ling, 310 Fifth St., Cartlinge, Ohio. Jan. 20, 1!K)8." Totter Drug & Chem. Corp., Sole Props, of Cutlcurn Remedies. Hoston. fifir wr." w FREE TO YOU-MY SISTER 'Z&VttttJSSE'. I am a woman. N ! ? j y treatment a complete trlai: and If yea ahealel wlxh to continue. It will cost you only about Ucenta a week, or leu than 2 cent a day. It wlU not interfere with your work or occupation. Just Send me rour name and address, tell me how you suffer U you witth. and I will Bend you tho treatment r you raw. rut In-ly fren, in plain wrapper, by return mall. I will aim send you, free Of cast, mjr book "WOMAN'S OWN MEDICAL ADVISER" wit h explanatory illuHtrationa Bliowlu why women suffer, and how I hey can easily cure themselves at home, h'.very woman should bare It, and lean ! think for herself. Then when the doctor say "You must have an operation." yeu can decide lor yourself. Thotiaaudaof women havecured themsetve with my home remedy. Itcureeall, Id or young. To Mothers of Daughter I will explain a simple borne treatment which apeef ly and effectually cures Leucorrhoca, t.roen Hirkneaa anil Painful or lrretfular alenatruation la Young Ladiea. i'lumpnee and health alwaya result from it use. Wherever you live, 1 can refer you toladieeof your own locality who know and will aiadly tell any sufferer that thia HomO Ireatmeat really cures all women a disease, and make women well, atron-, plump and robust. Just Send ms your address, and the tree ten days' treatment is yours, also the book. Write today, as you may not we ttnsoaer analn. Addrexa MBS. M. SUMMERS. Box I. . . e Nolro Dame, Ind., I). S. JL DAILY GRAND TRIM DOUBLE TilflGS' ROUTE CHICAGO to ATLANTIO CITY, N. J., BOSTON, MA8S., and MONTREAL, QUE., and Return 2O.00 ' PORTLAND, ME., and Return 27.35 QUEBEC, QUE., and Return 24. OO TORONTO, ONT., and Return I0.6O NEW YORK and Return, during Juns tnd July $25.50 Thirty days' return limit. Liberal etopovera. Excursion fares to all Tourist Resorts ln Canada, New England, New York and New Jersey. For particulars apply to W. S. COOKSON, A.G.P.A. 135 Adams St, CHICAGO, CLE. Hat Tra(llia: lva "Tit, there I" said the park ollewna. "Keep off the frMl" The weery wayfarer wko was lying In. the ebade of a huge oak tree turned his- head languidly and looked at the sparrow cop. "If von're tslkin' to me, awArer," he mid, "me name ain't Kerpoff de Onin. I nin't no noblemen in rejooced circum st'lic.vs. I'm a independent American citi ten, n' me name's Wareharn Long." Rolling a little farther away from th encrnnchin' eunsliine, lie closed his eye and went to eleep ng.iln. Chicago Trib- UUP. In France over C,(KlO,XK) women are aelf-suppnrting. TOILET ANTISEPTIC NOTHING LIKE IT FOR aaiiee TJTCTIJ Paxtine etcelt any dentifrice I ll I Cab I II in cleansing, wlitteninp r(? removing tartar from the leeth, buidea drurryini all germi ol decay and diteaae which ordiav tooth preparation! cannot do. Tl'5 PIHSITia Pasliaa used a vt InS. FtlUUllf wash ditinfei the moud and throat, purine! the breath, and kill the gerr.it which collect in tha mouth, cauting tore throat, bad teeth, bad breath, grippe, and bus- ' Wiis rnffls when inSaaed. tired, rcr,-. lilt bl ted and- bum, racy be icstwtly relieved and strengthened by Paxtiiie, I ATARRU P1"01 ll de'troy & germ lH I rAIlf ill that caue catkrrh, Wl the in datamation and atop the diachaNe. it is a ture remedy (of uterine catarrh. I raxttne u harmleu yet po'vciJl ' eermicide.duinfedtanl and deodomer. Uted in bathing it deitreyt odors and j leaves the body antisepbeally clean. , ro.sLf T D.ua STOKlS.BOo. I OR POSTPAID BVt MAIL. LARGE SAMPLE FREE! THK PAXTON TOILET CO.. BOSTON. MASS, LIVER, BLADDER KIDNEY AND STOMACH TROUBLES TAKE Gold Modal Haarlem Oil IN CAPSULES. "Odorless and Tastales.' GOLD MEDAL HAARLEM OIL I the ONLY genuine Haarlem OU. Marie from the original Till Formula, first discovered A. IX 16S6. Holland Medicine Co., Scranton, Pa. Dear Sirs : 1 sent (or a Iree box of your Haarlem Oil Capaulps aa adrertiaed in the "kecord." I have taken your oil, and hart one-hall bottle now on hand. It la certainlf a fine medicine for bladder trouble. I bar recommended it to a geod many people, ana it proved to be all right. Would not be with out it in the hoimc Youra faithfully, JAM ICS HtlCCH, IJJO Buttoavood St. Reading, Pa., March 8, 1909. Capsules an bottles are sold at all druf stores. Capsulaa, 2i and 50 caU bottle. 1 and JS cents. HOLLAND MEDICINE CO., Sol Importers 8craatoa, Pa. II your Druggist cannot supply you, wrile us direct. S. C. N. U. No. 291909. I know woman' arTerln-. I havnlound the cure. . I will mall, free of any charge, my noma treat ment with full inHtructiou to any liuuarer from woman' ailment. 1 want to tell aril women about this cure you, my reader, tor youraelf, your daughter, your mother, or your suiter. I want to tell yeu how to cure yourHnlvt-a at borne without the help ei a doctor. Menoarinet undi-rxland women' su Se ine. What wo women know tram experience, we know better than any doctor. 1 know that my home treat ment In a sale and aure cum for Leuoorrheea or Whitish DUcharJes. Ulceration, bUplaaement or railing of the Womb, Prof uae. Scanty er Pain ful Periode, Uterine or Ovarian Tumor or growths: uIho pains in the head, iiaok ana bowels, bearing down feeling, nervousness., creeping feeling up the spine, melancholy, de sire to cry. hot flashes, weariness, kidney an bladder troubles, where caused by weaknesses eeullartoourses. . . I want to eend you complete ten day' treat ment entirely free to prove to you that you can core yourself at home, eaily. qukkly and surely. Ke mi-nihrr. that 11 Will COt WOU nettling to ive the mm pecial Excursions UNTIL SEPT. 30, 1909 VIA and Return $25.1 Return 28.