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j"fv jfm :K TRIALS of the NEEPBMS 1 v" SURE YOU WILL MAKE THINGS LOOK BETTER TO YO TOCO Tvm. IESOI.VEI): THAT WHEN THE STOMNC ,IVER ARE NOT RIGHT ONE FEELS BLUE AN (TtNGY. MUNYONS fW W'PA SPIft &LLS KEEP ONE IN GOOD Munyon's Paw Paw Pill* coax thl er Into activity by gentle methods, ey do not scour, gripe or weaken. They Are a tonic to the stomach, liver and tierves: invigorate Instead of weaken, jfliey enrich the blood and enable th® •tomach to get all the nourishment from ""ood that Is put Into it. These .pills con in no calomel: they are soothing, heal and stimulating. For sale by all drug Cists lti 10c and 25c sizes. If you need lectical advice, write Munyon's Doctoqs. ey will advise to the best of their abil ity absolutoly free of Charge. MUJT- frre She OTV'S, s:td and Jefferson Sts., Phll ftdflphia, Pa. Munyon's Cold Remedy cures a cold In fcne day. Price 25c. Munyon's Rheuma tism Remedy relieves in a few hours and Cures In a few days. Price 25c. Fair, Fat nnil Tlde-y. A Kansan sat on the beach at Atlan tic City watching a fair and very fat batber disporting herself in the surf, fee knew nothing of tides and he did not notice that each succeeding wave tame a little closer to his feet. At last An extra-big wave washed over his •hoetops. "Hey, there!" he yelled at th© fair, 'at neither. "Quit yer ui"npin' up and lown! D'ye want to drown me?"— Everybody's. St FASHION HINTS A itriking model for an embroidered handkerchief linen, ha a pointed •ki.rt effect, cap sleeves and -tractive waist that is vesty" over* Postum and Grape-Nuts food. She aays: "For a number of yean I suffered with atomach and bowel trouble which kept getting worse until I was very 111 most of the time. About four yean ago I left off coffee and began talcing Postum. My stomach and bowels im proved right along, but I was so re duced In flesh and so nervous that the least thing would overcome me. "Then I changed my food and «an using Grape-Nuts in addition to Postum. I lived on these two prin cipally for about four months. Day by day I gained in flesh and strength until now the nervous trouble has en tirely disappeared and I feel that I owe my life and health to Postum and Grape-Nuts. "Husband is 73 years old and he was troubled, for a long time, with occa sional cramps, and slept badly. Final ly, I prevailed upon him to leave off coffee and take Postum. He had stood out for a long time, but after he tried Postum for a few days he found that he could sleep and that his cramps disappeared. He was satisfied and has never gone back to coffee. "I have a brother in California who hag been using Postum for several years his whole family use it also b» cause °y have had such good results from u." Look in pkgs. for the little book, "The Road to Wellville." "There's a Reason." FACTS IN TABLOID FORM. Submarine fog signals can be heard fifteen miles. The Chinese decline to buy phono graphs having black trumpets. Taxicabs have displaced the han soms of London to a very great extent. A hive which contains 10,000 bees In February has 15,000 in March, 40,000 in April and from 60,000 in May. :t Every winter more and more wom en are going north to camp in the pine woods and to hunt moose and deer during the snowy season. Although the first American patent for a metal pen was granted a Balti morean in 1810, it was half a century later that the industry began to flour ish. The number of marriages in the county of London last year was the lowest per thousand of the population on record. The number was 38,209, and the rate 15.9 a thousand, which compares with 17 a thousand in tho previous year. Dr. Lyman Abbott, at a dinner in New York, interrupted with a witti cisai a chorus of voices praising the oratorical powers of the suffragettes. "How true it is," said Dr. Abbott, "that, as Keats said, a thing of beauty may be a jaw forever." Leon Flint, of Norway, has sold his pet bear to people living in West Vir ginia. The shipping crate bore th* words: "My name is Jennie. I have been in captivity since I was a year old and am quite tame. Please give me a drink." It was shipped by the Canadian Express, and needless to say will be taken care of.—Lewiston (Me.) Journal. The increase in the exports of the Dominion to the mother country the second year after the McKinley tariff became operative was over $15,000,000. Since 1890—when the exports to Great Britain were less than $50,000,000— Canada's export trade with England has been steadily mounting up, until this year it has reached nearly 000,000 (£20,000,000). The death has just taken place at Lennoxtown of Andrew Robertson, who it is stated held the record for the longest employment under the same firm in Scotland. He commenced work in 1S30 as a tier boy to a calico block printer in the firm of R. Dalglish Falconer & Co. He filled various posts during the course of seventy-nine years, and latterly was a color mixer. —London Globe. It is estimated that the loss to the State from forest fires in Massachu setts in 1909 amounts to $236,478. There were 1,531 different fires, and the number of acres burned over wai 42,808. Analyzing these figures, the State forester finds that the careless smoker who persists in the habit when in woodlands or passing through the country during the dry time is tha greatest menace to future forestry la Massachusetts. A certain local candidate was ad dressing a small bunch of farmers at a district schoolhouse in the western part of Columbia County a week or so ago. While he was in the midst of telling them how bad he wanted tha office, a tall, hungry-looking fellow rose up In the back of the house and said: "If you git elected I'll .move." A11 you'll have to do," returned the witted a most at* in design. The lower part of the skirt it laid is pleats. A GOOD CHANGE v.A Clian Be of Food Works Wonder a. The wrong food and driak causes a lot of trouble in this world. To ohanje "the food is the first duty of every per eon that is ill, particularly from stom ach and nervous troubles. As an Il lustration: A lady in Mo. has, with her husband, been brought around ta health again by leaving off coffee and •ome articles of food that did not agree with them. They began using Ever read the above letter? A new one appears from time to time, the immense collection of relics and They are genuine, true, and full of trophies at the Indian bureau.—Waafc fcaman Interest. lngton Star. Quick candidate, "is to throw a gourd- ful of water on the fire and call youi dog."—Lake City (Fla.) Index. It is proposed to hold an Interna^ tlonal congress to take steps to pre serve all marine mammals, including seals, sea lions, walruses, sea elephants and whales. Some of these anlmall are almost extinct, and It is necessary to take some immediate steps to cara for them and to protect them from the inhumanity of the hunters, or they will be wiped out entirely. It is said that the Japanese are the worst offend ers in the onslaughts upon the valua ble animals, for they seem to recog nize no laws in their work of destruo tion. Fifty years ago an American natur alist, Dana, discovered on the surfaca of the sea a little anl.mal of so singu lar a character that he named it "mon strilla." It is a small custacean, akin to the cyclops so common In ponds. But, while the latter are furnished with all that is necessary to captura and digest their food, the monstrilla has neither apparatus for seizing prey nor any digestive tube. It is richly provided with muscles, nervous system and organs of sense it lacks only what is necessary to prolong life by alimen tation. The monstrilla is doomed, therefore, to natural death.—Harper'l Weekly. Uncle Sam's campaign for "moral "uplift" among his vast army of Iar dian wards has been chiefly significant because of the almost total suppression of the sale and use of "firewater" among the braves, and the consequent diminution of warlike outbreaks on tha reservations. Washington officials evinced much interest in the report to Assistant Indian Commissioner Abbott that seven hundred Navajo Indiana went recently to their "white father" superintendent and, surrendering an enormous stock of gambling paraphed nalia, enrolled thenr names alongside those of the "simple life" exponent®. These gambling devices of varied sorta and descriptions were shipped here and have been placed on exhibition with Iparrowi Must Vacate. Philadelphia's sparrows may soon have to go to house hunting, for the recent transfer of the old Lippiucott property, through the death of the late owner and the rumored sale of the same, is likely to force them to vacate their present quarters In the branches of the old tree on the grounds at Broad and Walnut streets. This will be the second time the great family of birds has been ousted from its aerial lodg ings. For many years an old tree lo cated on the grounds of the Baldwin estate, situated on the south side of Chestnut street, between Eleventh and Twelfth, was their chosen home. When this blew over they went to the tree on the Lippincott estate.—Philadelphia Times. SPEAKS. Pill* Fonnd Doan's Kidney Invaluable. Mrs. Emeline Green, nurse, Osage, Iowa, says: "I have nursed many cases of terrible kid ney disorders and have found Doan's Kidney Pills the best remedy for such troubles. In confine ment when it is so necessary to have the kidneys in good con dition, Doan's Kidney Pills are in a class alone. Theyare splen did also for backache, dizziness, bloating, retention and other kidney and bladder troubles." Remember the name—Doan's. For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. The House of Representatives costs $3, 000,000 a year and the Senate $1,400,000, Be Here is joy collection, beating the world, com posed of 10,000 kernels of the richest, juiciest tenderest seeds. 1500 Each, Lettuce, 1000 Each, Onion, 100 la Asony with Etiems. "No tongue can tell how I suffered for five years with itching and bleed ing eczema, until I was cured by the Cuticura Remedies, and I am so grate ful I want the world to know, for what helped me will help others. My body and face were covered with sores. One day it would seem to be better, and then break out again with the most terrible pain and itching. I have been sick several times, but never in my life did I experience such awful suffering as with this eczema. 1 bad made up my mind that death was near at hand, and I longed for that time when I would be at rest. I had tried many different doctors and medi cines without success, and my mother brought me the Cuticura Remedies, in sisting that I try them. I began to feel better after the first bath with Cuticura Soap, and one application of Cuticura Ointment. "I continued with the Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment, and have taken four bottles of Cuticura Resolv ent, and consider myself well. This was nine years ago and I have had no return of the trouble since. Any person having any doubt about this wonderful cure by the Cuticura Reme dies can write to my address. Mrs. Altie Etson, 93 Inn Road, Battle Creek, Mich., Oct. 16, 1909." Saxony has seven speciaJ industrial schools founded for the sole purpose of training locksmiths and blacksmiths. AIXEN'S MJKG BALSAM has been need successfully for years fordeep-fw&tefl coughs, colds and bronchitis. Everybody should know about It. It Is simple, safe and sure. War is being waged energetically against the locusts in Egypt, and tons of eggs have been destroyed. A prominent Agricultural Expert, on seeing this new corn, exclaimed: "Salzer, you have startled the Agricultural World in discovering this most remarkable breed of corn!" Indeed, it Is the most remarkable corn eve* seen by mortal eye. But not a bushel of it is for sale. For there la not one-tenth enough in existence to fill the tremen dous orders that will pour in when this new corn goes on the market. Next year w'e may have enough to* sell. Right now the best anybody can do is to obtain a sample package—enough to grow bushel of seed for 1911. You are mighty welcome to a sample. Please send 8c in stamps* to pay mailing charges. The thing that puzzles us is, WHAT ARB WH GOING TO NAME OUR NAMELESS CORN? Mr. Salzer will not be content with anything but a slashing, smashing good name. So he offers $500 In gold to the seed-buyer who hits upon the moat suitable name. We want you, reader, to help us out. Nam* this corn, won't you? It does not cost a penny to use the corn-naming coupon below. Fill it out, send It to-night and be a candidate for the (500 cash prize. THE JUDGES We are fortunate in securing three of the most capable and prominent men in Wisconsin to sit as Judges in our big corn-naming contest. They are Prof. R. A. Moore, Wisconsin State Agricultural College Hon. J. J. Esch, Congressman from Wiscon •In Hon. Robt. Calvert, U. S. Customs, La Crosse. These eminent men will weigh carefully the name you suggest, and, if it is most suitable, you will get the $500 prize. No matter who you are or where you live, you will be given a fair, square opportunity to land tha money. Fill out the free corn-naming coupon with pencil or pen as you please, but be sure to give your conr plete home address. Salzer's Catalogue It's the most original seed book published, and to gladly mailed to intending purchasers free or remit 10e and get lots of remarkable farm seed samples, Including Billion 9 Grass, Alfalfa, Speltz, etc., worth a little farm to get a start with, or send 18e and we add a package of Nameless Corn. Turnipi Rutabaga. Celeryi 1000 Rarest Radishes, Each, kernels. Carrot. alone worth Parsley, 1200 Brilliant 16 cents! Melon, Tomato. Flower In all 10,000 Seeds, 50 Sorts. Including big catalog, I0HN A. SALZER SEED CO., all oaly lGc in stamps. Above collection of 10,000 kernels of riches^, finest, most de licious vegetable and brilliantly beautiful newer seed, will furnish all summer long, BUSHELS and Bb postpaid, SHELS of vegetables and basket after taskct of exauleitely b^autIfnl_flow«irs, AIX FOR 16c POSTPAID and, If von send 22c POSTAGE, we will add a package of »nr corn Prodigy, for which we are seeking a name. You will be greatly surprised a.t the quantity of vegetables you «B grow from this 1« cent seed collection. iSa So. 8th SL, La Crons Wis. Surf Birds Travel Far. That birds of the family termed anrf birds in the Hawaiian Islands should leave that paradise of the Pacific to go and rear their young in the tundras of Alaska would seem to many an extra ordinary proceeding. Yet the turnstone and the black-bellied plover and th# Pacific golden plover make the long Journey of about 4,000 miles thither an nually. A Mild Appeal. "My dear," said Mr. Lushlelgh mild ly, after his wife had been at it for more than an hour. "Well, sir." "The best authorities agree that no sermon should be more than twenty minutes in length." ToNameOur NewCorn Shakespeare says there is nothing in a name, but John A. Salzer says A GOOD NAME IS WORTH A FORTUNE. He backs up his statement by offering you $500.00 in gold to name his wonderful, long-kerneled corn, pictured in life size at the left on this page. Fads for Weak Women BILLION $ GRASS -r -'V S A f' f!* 9CLLAR QRA'S? ALFALFA Pronounced Absolutely Pure, No Weeds. Largest growers of Clover, Timothy and Grasses, Oats, Barley and Potatoes in America. EX-GOV. HOARD, OF WISCONSIN, from 30 acres sown to Salzer's 20th Century Alfalfa, har vested within 24 weeks after seeding $2500 worth of magnificent hay, or at the rate of $83.33 per acre. Salzer's Alfalfa Clover will produce a crop on any farm in America where timothy will grow. It is famed for its stubborn hardiness and prodigal vigor. Price, 20th Century (Pure Seed)—sow 20 lbs. jier A.—20 lbs., $4.90 100 lbs., $22.00. POTATOES 100,000 Bus. Pedigree Seed Potatoes. Largest Growers Seed Potatoes in America, yield Ing from 150 to 600 bushels per acre for each and every acre you plant. Price range from $2.00 to $4.00 per Barrel. FREE It acts directly on the organs affected and is at the same time a general restora» tive tonic for the whole system. It cures female complaint right in the privaeV of home. It makes unnecessary the disagreeable questioning, examinations aai local treatment so universally insisted upon by doctors, and so abhorremt It every modest woman. We shall not particularize here as to the symptoms of those peculiar affections incident to women, but those wanting full information as to their symptoms and means of positive cure are referred to the People's Com mon Sense Medical Adviser—1008 pages, newly revised and up-to-date Edition, sent fret on receipt of 21 one cent stamps to cover cost of mailing only or, in cloth binding for 31 stamps. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. We Will Pay You $500 Gold Positively the greatest grass of the century. Sown when the ground is thoroughly warm, it will produce from two to four crops of hay the first sear son, yielding all the way from 10 to 15 tons per acre. It Is prodigiously prolific. It requires 20 lbs. seed per acre. Price: 8alzer*e Supe rior, 20 lbs., $1.75 50 lbs. $3.00 100 lbs., $5.50. Salzer's 20th Century, 20 lbs., $2.25 50 lbs. $5.00 100 lbs., $8.50. We commend our 20th Century strain as the pur est, we believe, on earth. No other Seed House has kept In such close touch With State Agricultural Colleges as tne John A. Sal ter Seed Co. This great Seed House specializes in the pedigreed varieties of seed that are brought forth by State Colleges of Wisconsin, Iowa, Minne sota, the Dakotas and all other Agricultural Colleges ill the Middle West. REOUVCNATI JOHN A. SALZE* SEED CO. Ittto South 8th St^ La Crosse, Wis. Gentlemen:—Please seed me your Free \gro For your u* corn I suggest this nine. UyName. ro il. F. D.. State. Trial Bottle me Br Mail If yoa toiler from Epilepsy. Fits, Falling Steta Spurns, or biTt children that do so, my coTerrwtll Tellersthem, »nd ell yon inmmMtrmrHaw do Is (o Mud tot a Frte Trial Bottle of Dr. May a Kpll*ptlold* Our* It has eared thouanda where everything eW failed. Guaranteed by May Medical UMrwr# Under Pore Food and Drugs Act, Jane SOth, INt Guaranty No. 1WT1. Flease write for Special W Bottle and five AG* and complete address DR. W. H. MAT. 648 Purl Strait. NerjYtft PATENTS Nine-tenths of all the sickness of women is due to some derangement or 41* case of the organs distinctly feminine. Sueh sickness eaa be oured—is cared every day by -wsk Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription It Makes Weak Women Strong, Sick Women Well. Wataoa K. Co1emaa,Wi iufton.D.C. Books S. C. N. U. t&i'u Corn-Naming Coupon Seed ti free. est references. Beet No. 10—1910. Test'Yield 304 Bus. Per" Acre IWHilC BONANZA CKM Catalogue. Whose Sect's I Have You Used? J- Would yon be willing I to try Salzer'sSeeds? I. Do yon wish sample pseket of the cora which we offer you »5oo to name? (If yon do bo sure to enclose 8o to pay mailing charges. However, yon need not have to name the corn.