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WITH FATHER AS A MODEL oeems Likely That Is Where Impart Toutn uot Hit Idea of the Duties of a Wife. "You fllll the pails with Band, and let me turn them out," suggested si year-old Jack to little Doris. His playmate obediently complied, jvow we'll build a castle, and you Bimu leicn tne water to go round It,1 exclaimed Jack. Dutifully the little maid struggled up ana aown the beach, carrying buck eta of water. i. . , . v-uui you ieicn tne water now. Jack," Bhe suggested, "and let me pour h rouna: "Girls can't do that properly," an swered the boy. "Let's paddle. But, 1 ay, Doris, do you want to marry me when you grow up?" "Yes oh, yes I" Doris was delighted at the prospect. The boy, however, assumed a bored air, and lazily I extended his feet to ward her. "Very well, then," he said noncha lantly. "If you're going to be my wife, take off my shoes and stockings!" SAGE TEA AND SULPHUR DARKENS YOUR GRAY HAIR Look Ysara Younger! Try Grandma's Recipe of 8age and Sulphur and Nobody Will Know. Almost everyone knows that Sage Tea and Sulphur, properly compound ed, brings back the natural color and lustte to the hair when faded, streaked or gray; also ends dandruff. Itching scalp and stops falling hair. Years ago the only way to get this mixture . was to mako it at home, which Is mussy and troublesome. iNowaaays we simply ask at any drug store for "Wyeth's Sage and Sul phur Hair Hemedy." You will get a large bottle for about BO cents. Every body uses this old, famous recipe, be cause' no one can possibly tell that you darkened your hair, ae It does It so naturally and evenly. You dampen a sponge or soft brush with ft and draw this through your hair, ' taking one small strand at a time; by morn ing the gray hair disappears, and after another application or two,, your hair becomes beautifully dark, thick and glossy and you look years younger. Adv. WOULDN'T TRUST THE 'GATOR IMMIGRATION BILL PASSED BY HOUSE MEASURE PROVIDING LITERACY TEST FOR APPLICANTS WINS AFTER HOT DEBATE. NOT APPROVED BY WILSON Darkey Had by No Means Lost Hii Faith, but He Was Just a Little Apprehensive. Bishop McDowell tells a story about a southern baptism. A colored preach' er was dipping his converts In the wa ters of a tropical stream when one" old darkey saw a crocodltle sunning him self on the opposite banft. When his turn came to be immersed he drew back, casting terror-stricken eyes at the sleeping saurian. "What's de mattah wid yo brud- der, said the parson; "yo' all ain't skeered o' dat dar gator, is yo'?" The darkey admitted frankly that he was. "Don yo all ' membor de story ob Jonah an' de whale, an' how de whale dun spit up Jonah on de shoah?" "Yes, passon. Ah 'members erbout Jonah. But dat whale dun bab a con science. Dat 'gator looks lak he might go to sleep an' fergit all erbout me." Similar Bill Has Been Vetoed by Two Former Presidents Opponents of Literacy Test Made a Hard Fight. Washington. The Burnett Immigra tion bill prescribing a literacy test for applicants to admission to the United States was passed by the house by a vote of 241 to 126. All proposed amendments relating to the exclusion of Asiatic Immigrants previously had been eliminated. As tha bill passed it provides that every Immigrant admitted to the Unit ed States must be able to read "the English language, or some other lan guage or dialect, Including Hebrew or Yiddish." It prescribes the' method of testing immigrants, providing that each applicant for admission must read a slip on which is printed be tween 30 and 40 words. i In Its present form this measure passed the house and the senate In the last congress, but was vetoed by President Taft. A similar bill was vetoed by President Cleveland's sec ond administration. The supporters of the bill are confident that it will again pass the senate, although Presi dent Wilson has let it be known that he does not approve the literacy test, Opponents of the literacy test fought strenuously to the last, but on a last effort to eliminate the test from the bill they were defeated, 140 to 239. The final vote came at the end of vigorous debate, which at times threw the house Into confusion, and on several occasions threatened to cause serious trouble. ROOFINGS We believe that we carry the largest stocks of rooflng in the -south, In painted ana ca'varuzea steel. ruDDer ana compo sition; an prices, uue per square, com plete, and up. Try "Parold," the King of Kubber Hoofing. Ten years without brush. Fldgeon-Thomaa Iron Company, Iron, Steel, Railway and Mill Supplies, uempnig, Tennessee. Aav. 'Is Typhoid Conquered? Vaccination to prevent smallpox Is so general in this country and has been so effective in abolishing what was formerly one of the most destruc tive scourges of the human race that nearly everybody except the small number of people whose temperament predisposes them to "take the other side" accepts it as a matter of course and recognizes in it one of the great est blessings conferred by modern medical advancement But typhoid vaccination Is somewhat comparative ly new, with which the public whole is not familiar. Yet It will be well for the public to take heed of the results that have been obtained by Its use In the United States army. Cleveland Leader. FIVE LIVES LOST IN FIRE COLDS & LaGRIPPE 5 or 6 doses 666 will break any case of Chills & Fever, Colds & LaGrlppe; it acts on the liver better than Calo mel and does not gripe or sicken. Price 25c Adv. Practical Celebration. He was idealistic and poetical. She was practical a good matrimonial combination. He came home one eve ning after a hard day at the office and said: "Maria, my dear, do you real ize that tomorrow will be our wooden wedding? We ought to celebrate the occasion somehow, don't you think?" And Bhe said: "Hank, my darling, 1 know it. Been thinking about It all day and have it all arranged. I have ordered a big wagon load of kindling to be delivered tomorrow afternoon, and you will come home earlyfrom the office and carry it into the cel lar." Several Missing and Thirteen Injured As Result of Minnesota Hotel Blaze. Bemidji, Minn. Five men are known to be dead, several are miss ing and thirteen were seriously In jured as the result of a fire which de stroyed a three-story frame hotel at Kelliher, forty miles north of here, The fire started from the furnace. It was discovered by two men - pass ing, who gave the alarm. The flames had then reached the second floor, Nearly all of those who escaped did so by jumping frou the windows. The temperature was 17 degrees below zero. The property loss was about $25,000. TO BE FIRST THROUGH CANAL u. s. Cruiser Denver Will Test Locks of Panama Ditch Before Formal Opening. San Diego. With the promise from Col. George W. Goethals, in command of the Canal one, that his boat will be the first to pass through the Pan ama Canal, Commander A. H. Robert son has started from San Diego in the United States cruiser Denver. Ac cording to Robertson, Col. Goethals in tends to use the cruiser to test the canal locks before the big ditch is really opened. Unless the navy de partment Interferes with Col. Goe thals' plans, the Denver will enter the canal at Balboa on March 15, passing through to Colon and then returning to the Pacific side. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets first put up 40 years ugo. They regulate and invigorate, stomach, liver and bowels. Sugar-coated tiny granules. Adv. Blame Located. A crabbed old misogynist said to Ethel Barrymore at a dinner in Bar Harbor: "Woman! Feminism! Suffrage I Bah! Why, there isn't a woman alive who wouldn't rather be beautiful than Intelligent." . "That's because," said Miss Barry more, calmly, "so many men are stu pid while so tew are blind." What He Did. Grace I told him he muBt not see me any more. Her Brother Well, what did be do? Grace Turned out the light! Dart mouth Jack-o'-Lantern. Astonishing Tobaoeo Remedy aaaranteec to instantly rdoti teste fur clitsreltee or tobaooo In aj form, or money obeerfallr refunded. Sena bo and recetre wonderful remedy by retnro mall. Address Beek s, TlhuM Unih Oj., ffleUU, ." The Reason. "Cat shows are generally a success." "No wonder. A cat show ought to come up to the scratch." . The supposed ideal husband is not always such a fine fellow at short range. . Many a man falls to get there be cause he carries excess baggage. Hold Alleged Yeggmen. Summerville, Ga. Four men, one of them a mere youth, are in jail here charged with the robbery of the Bank of Lyerly. Four thousand three hun dred dollars in cash and a quantity of notes and checks were taken by yegg men after wrecking the bank's vault md safe. They stop the tickle Dean's Mentho ls tea uougb Drops stop coughs by stop ping me cause oo at jjrug stores. Common Form of Insanity. A party of Clevelanders entertained some holiday visitors and having showed them everything Interesting in Cleveland proper they had to take them to Newburg for a view of the asylum. The superintendent was a genial frame of mind and he con ducted the bunch personally. "Here is a queer case, ladles," he said, pausing at a particular cell This man has the delusion that he possesses the motive power that runs the universe. He is perfectly harm less, but he actually believes that without him the world would not move. Strange notion, Isn't It?" "Why, not at all!" exclaimed one of the women. "My husband has the same idea and he always has had it Is he crazy, too?" Be sure that you ask for Wright's Indian Vegetable Pilis, and look for the signa ture oi nm. nng-nt on wrapper ana box. For Constipation, Biliousness and Indlges- wuu. Aur, Harsh Judge. Judge Stephen C. Greene, at a din ner in Charleston, was defending harsh sentence. "I am a conservative," said Judge Greene, "and I believe that It is bet ter for law and order that sentences should err on the side of harshness rather than on the side of lenity. "Look at nature, the great judge of us alL Was there ever a harsher, severer judge than nature, who sen tences each and every one of us to hard labor for life?" IN PAIN WITH HEMORRHOIDS Blssell, Ala. "I was troubled for several years with, protruding hemor rhoids. They caused pain of the most severe kind and some loss of blood. They were so Inflamed that the touch of anything against them was most Intense agony. I got no rest nights and half to have my legs and feet propped up In the bed. 'I tried all kinds of advertised cures, and I was told that an opera tion was the only relief. I suffered untold agony. I saw the advertise ment of Cuticura Soap and Ointment and sent for a sample. I tried It and then procured a box of Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment I was cured sound and well in three weeks' time. A cake of Cuticura Soap and two boxes of Cuticura Ointment accomplished what all else failed to do." (Signed) h. R. Cook, Nov. 12, 1912. Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold throughout the world. Sample of each free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Address post card "Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston." Adv, Plan to Get $6,000,000. St. Louis. Plans for a campaign to raise $6,000000 for missionary work are under way by the Men and Mil lions movement ' of the Disciples of Christ. R. A. Long of Kansas City has pledged $1,000,000 on the condition that $5,000,000 be raised for the same purpose. Nebrasa Banker Indicted. 'Lincoln. The special federal grand Jury, in session here, returned an In dictment of eight counts against Mel choir Lubben, president of the Sutton (Neb.) National Bank, which recently failed. Falsifying accounts and mis appropriation of funds is charged. Goethals to Be Governor. Washington. The nomination of Col. George W. Goethals to be gov ernor of the Panama Canal Zone was confirmed by the senate. The ap pointment becomes effective April 1, 1914, with Prsident Wilson's order cre ating a permanent civil government for the canal zone. Women Whltecappers Fined. Waukegan, 111. Five ' women at Volo, 111., accused of riding their neighbor, Mrs. John Rlchardsan, on a rail, were fined $100 each. His Vow Came to an Anti-Climax. ' A much-bearded man rambled Into a barber shop and submitted to a shave, haircut, a shampoo, a singe, a mas sage and everything else the barber could think of, at the same time listen ing with keenest enjoyment to the tonsorialist's remarks about all things on earth and in the waters under the earth. ,So long before that he had for gotten the gentleman a name and what office he was running for the old man bad vowed never to be shaved or shorn until So-and-So was elected. When he at last awoke to a realization that nobody cared If he never shaved he concluded to shave just to show 'em that he didn't caro whether they cared or not. Kansas City Star. No Rest No Peace ' There's no rest and but little peace Tor a person whose kidneys are out of order. Lame in the morning, suffering cricks In the back and sharp stabs of pain with every sudden strain, the day Is Just one round of pain and trouble. It would be strange If all-day back ache did not wear on the temper, but It is not only on that account that people who suffer with weak kidneys are nervouB, cross and irritable. Urlo acid is poison to the nerves, and when the kidneys are not working well, this acid collects In the blood and works upon the nerves, causing headache, dizziness, languor, an in clination to worry over trifles, and suspicious, short temper. Rheumatic pain, neuralgia, sciatica, lumbago, neuritis and gravel are fur ther steps in urlo acid poisoning. Don't neglect kidney weakness. An aching back, with unnatural passages of the kidney secretions, is cause enough to suspect the kidneys. Use Doan's Kidney Pills, a remedy which has been need for years, toe world , Jf "veiy Picture f 1 OA, 1 thaUp mad. over, for weak kidneys, backache, tr regular kidney action and uric acid trouble. Thousands of grateful reoonv mendations throughout tha country prove their worth. v WOULD ALMOST FAINT Cured After Doctor! Failed Mrs. Henry Zumach, Hutchinson, Hlnf says: "Ltmt winter a terrible, sharp pf caught me In my back and from that ty , on I had a constant backache. If 1 a broom, It Just seemed as if my back a breaking-. 1 was In misery day and nil -and at Times I got so dizsy 1 thought I was going to faint. At night I had to put a pillow under my back for the allsht re lief that this gave me. 1 got eo weak I couldn't do anything. The doctor said I 1 had a floating kidney and two specialists) In Minneapolis said the same. The phys icians' medicine didn't help me- a bit audi reading about Doan's Kidney PI lie. I had someone get me a box. Aa soon as I be- i gan using them. 1 got better ana by trie time I bad finished the third box, I didn't have a bit of pain. I can now do any kind of work without suffering and all the symptoms of kidney complaint hare reft me. Doan's Kidney Pills have oatf t&lnly snared me a irreat deal of mlserr and suffering. I am only too glad to rec ommend tA&m to other kidney aim nMrchfoqr pock b.-Lno--ROTV3mbcrtrio Name" BQcWS iaDWnxs SoU MMbJLra 50 certv HOt Ox, Baffa&v K Y. hpprletorj George Ade on Matrimony. George Ade, discussing matrimony in an after-dinner, speech at the Chi cago Athletic club, said: 'Marriage has the effect of giving a man a swelled head. " Many a time, looking at this hus band, or that, I say to myself: Ah, If that man were only as wise as he thinks bis wife thinks he is!'" STOMACH MISERY GAS. INDIGESTION 'Tape's Diapepsin" fixes sick. sour, gassy stomachs in five minutes. Time It! In five minutes all stomach distress will go. No indigestion, heart, burn, sourness or belching of gas, acid, or eructations of undigested food, no dizziness, bloating, or foul breath. Pape's Diapepsin Is noted for its peed in regulating upset stomachs. It is the surest, quickest and most cer tain Indigestion remedy in the whole world, and besides it is harmless. Please for your sake, get a large nrty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin from any store and put your Btomach right. Don't keep on being miserable life Is too short you are not here long, so make your stay agreeable. Eat what you like and digest It: en joy it, without dread of rebellion in the stomach. Pape's Diapepsin belongs in your home anyway. Should one of the fam ily eat something which don't agree with them, or in case of an attack of Indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis . or stomach derangement at daytime or during the night, it is handy to give the quickest relief known. Adv. The Sequence. Just as we were wondering where the money for a feed was to come from, Billy Smith, who always has his pockets full, blew In " 'Well, what happened?" 'A blow-out." 1 Shipping Feyer ' iPwiuwHiaifjnjWri sum iu nosto ma Tnirni mmmmm iiiiht 'r. no matter how "exposed " kept from hawing any of Utea u nrunn a muuiu Hinrr.n tVKfi. XBTM to aura ft easa. One 10-eent bottle guaranteed to do o. Seat U and all othei diseases with doses often cure for brood ma res. Acta on tha blond. doien bottles. DrnaglsU and ha moss anooa. Distribute) 1st ru&xanieed to do to. Best tiitnse 60c and II a bottle. 16 aiwl t!0 4 rs AUU WUULaV fintnv uamtn at sr ma ChemlaU and Bacteriologist, (ioaUen, Ind, tj. B. A II II, "Too Much Weed-SjJJJ V i Rains Many a Cotton Crop .jl j " f?wpCir The answer is Balance hIJ i I ily yur fertizer' The idea Vj III J t tiat cotton doesn't need much J iImt potash y1 - iffi' belongs to a past age. Few soils have I Mffi&&M tnough available Potash to produce the I I W&MM bestcotton- IL I &3&Mj$i Trjr a cotton fertiliser with 5 to 8JC Potash and li i SmT ule libenU7 tide-dressings. Add tea in f 'S32SSSr oM-'T'e fertiliser an equal amount of Kainit. j j rotaah Pays. Write to us for free book : X on Cotton Culture and for prices on any VJ f ul'' 1." 11 1 V amount of Potash from a xoo-lb. bag up. f U ' ". MS GERMAN KALI WORKS. Inc.. 42 Broadway, Hew York I iTJify Orlmat, WUsmt Oateal auk SUf . I iMrrmaclMS. SClll.rll. AUtt. tmtm llt. 1 . s It sometimes requires a buoyant na ture to keep up appearances. RUB-MY-TISM Will cure your Rheumatism and a!l kinds of aches and pains Neuralgia. Cramps, Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, Old Sores, Burns, etc. Antiseptlo Anodyne. Price 26c Adv. The man who makes a god of wealth Is generally just about as crooked as the dollar mark he worships. A man always expects his wife to be a lot better than he expects her to ex pect him to be. Suiting Her. "Show me a hat at once, busy woman." "Then here's a beaver.' I'm a very Complimentary. "Harold, I dreamed about you last night." "You dear girl, did you?" "Yes. I think it was something I ate. Judge. DR. J. D. KELLOGG'3 AS THIU2A Remedy for the prompt relief of Asthma and Hay Fever. Ask Your druggist for It. Writs for FBEE SAMPLE. NORTHROP & LYMAN CO. Ltd, BUFFALO, HY. DON'T SUFFER. WITH' TOOTHACHE Cm DENTA a p!ea&nt new solenufltt pwaami alloy put up In mostsanltarj collapsible tute nuastbl Only a second to appl. lb seconds to rvile . falia tesa, No bad effects, 25c - THE TUBE - 25 Bom postpaid on recrlpt of pile, Writs t r ikm) In yonr terrllorj-. MYSTIC CHUUa ilVUs Granger lUook, Toledo, Obia. Only One "BROJHO QUININE" That Is LAXAT1VB BKOMO QUININ& Look for tnetignatnrsor u. w UKUVH. Vurm a Gold in One Dar, Cares urip In Two Days. Ho. Stinging. Er ah, beg your pardon, miss, but haven't you lost something?" began the would-be flirt No, I haven't. But there goes a lady with a dog chain. It's probably her you're looking for." Blundered. Exe Cigar, old manT Wye Thanks! (puff, puff). Capital weed this. Aren't you going to smoke, too? Exe (examining the remaining one) No, I think not. Wye What's the matter? Did you give me the wrong one? Boston Transcript Sore Ej-t. Granulated Eyelids and Stirs promptly healed with Koinaa , Eye Balsam. Between tha Acts. "Sir," said the man In the orchestra chair, "in passing to and fro you have ruined my silk hat." "I cannot help that, sir," said the other. "If you had gone out between the acts 7ourself your hat would aot have suffered!" Puck. Putnam Fadeless Dyes will last un til the goods wear out. Adv. Vienna's Model Tenements. Vienna builds tenements for its poor. Each building Is supplied with a co-operative store for the benefit of the tenants. Thsst Weafr Bzcti accompanied by pain here or there extreme nervousness sleeplessness may be faint spells or spasms all are signals of distress for a woman. Bhe may be growing from girlhood into womanhood passing from womanhood to motherhood or later eunenng irom tnatchangelnto middle life which leaves so many . wrecks of women. At any or all of these periods of a woman's life 1 he should take a tonic and nervine prescribed for jnst such esses by a physician of vast experience in the diseases of women. DR. PIERCETS. Favorite Prescription Baa snccess rally treated more cases In past forty years than say other known remedy. Is ean now be had in sugar-coated, tablet form aa well as in the liquid. Sold by medicine) dealers or trial box by mail on receipt of 60 cents in stamps, J Uisi Hxabeth Lordahl of Berkele. CaL. In a recent letter to Dr. Pierce saldt "I was eomplers' tnaownln heal tbUwesachlngsjid had petasaJlo Lf anyone talked to me, but I bad the cnod fortune to meet a nurse who had been cured br Dr. Pieroe'a Vseeenpnen, I hare nerer had an occasion to ooneuit a phrsldan slnm sm in "irlVit health,' SEED CORN' Make yonrcorn crop pay by plawUn Hastings Prolific Ikv ftrMflsl SmiJ Ctkm Thti eorn baa won a reputation fnr are? yfeMr throughout the Bo a them ti tales, afuet noted p rise win ner In Oorn Club contest, where ykekt-por-aorw wins. Deep white kernels, ears solid and beary, tmav tures .00 to 110 days. Germination nearly SO I be. Specially selected seed (nearly enough to plant three acrns) 12.00 ez press prepaid. Lancer quantities, U desired Sample free. Bank reference. Buy froa frower. John & UloatfU, suuiaui MTATiua, sua. FOR SALE Esa'A'-ar Mlsslssl nroTed. In thaTsnt. ionl Delta, thai mvnt. fort I In ailnw i eW orld. Good for homes and InTostmenia. Flftv-ta t inne.iM Sage book of facts mulled on request, WKKJ ill? ; AVKItV, .KMKWOOI, MISSISSIPPI AGENTS MEN AND LADIES Be the first In the field ; jnst ont. the greatost seller eyer Invented : demand tin limited, 10 to l.ouo netdesi In everr home, ntfine. hnrl and iuuai.i i ample and terms for exclusive afeneypost paid. AJWUHXHR COMPANY.?. W. Court MumphleWTenn. GALL STONE W S V II la SUFFERER Onr LlTer-Gall Book sent rasa. Care TOnntelf at Iwuiu. Wr4 ALLSTOSEREMEOrca. D(t. 790. 2)1 S. Inters St, Calcife GRANULATED ITCHING LID3 HEADERS' Ir. Pierce's Pteeusant Pellets rente te atomsu-hi. Mtot mm bowels enamr-coeited. tlnr amaniaa o. this paper desiring to buy any thing advertised in its columns should Insist upon havinp- what thev ask W refusing a., substitutes or imitations. Memphis Directory LAX-ANA, "snre Chill Killer en-ux, beettonla ihuwu iur Dr. DeerlMfl br all drugsUls. Trl-Ine Bug Mlf. nown fur llrer and beadaobes erltaoat ealomeL rroaa ana euona. Bala Dr. DeerlHWlMTMdrrWMae- W. N. U, MEMPHIS, NO. 6-1914. It's a good plan to mind your own business. If you don't some one else will. 1 The only exercise some people set Is throwing bouquets at themselves. Dr. Peery's Vermlfnse "Dead Shot" kill and espela Worms In a very few hours. Actors Imitate mankind; amateurs Imitate actors. The Mercantile Bank MEMPHI S .TENNi CAPITAL $200,000.00 SURPLUS f 100,000.00 DIRECTORS T. a. Barton, A 8. Caldwell, S. T. Carnes, J. M. rownres, W. at. Hue Jf. u. Jones, K. B. LeMaster, B. Lnudee, E. w. rorter, o. B. Balne, W. O. Re H. H. Beeee, J no. W. Short, E. A. Bpeed, T. B. Tnrley, E. K. Wrlchs. 3 PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS, COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY Boauaof thos ugly, grizzly, (ray halra. Ua "LA CREOLK'1 HAIR dressino. PRICK, OO, retail