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Jo* ~ HOOVER Mr. Monkey—Yes, my dear; I or dered the latest thing in fig leaves— Imported direct from UJIjl—for bath lag suits for you and Jocko, Mrs. Monkey—Oh. you dear, sweet thing! How lovely! Oh. won’t I cut a figure on the Congo this season! HEAD FULL OF DANDRUFF 1802 Reynolds & 34th St., Savannah, Ga—"My head began to get sore and all around the edges got white with the disease until 1 was quite scared. I thought all my hair would- drop out It came out by handfuls, and my head Itched so I nearly scratched the skin off It was full of dandruff which showed plainly in my hair. I also had trouble with my hand. It peeled every time I put It In water, and It was so badly disfigured that every body noticed It and asked me what It was. It was fed, and burned awfully. "My mother tried several things but they were unsuccessful, and it seemed as if nothing did it any good until I started to use Cutlcura Soap and Oint ment. It had lasted about four weeks, but then it started getting well and my hair stopped falling completely. Now it is cured. My hair Is now nice and thick and is growing to a nice length. I also used the Cutlcura Soap and Ointment for my hand and com pletely cured It." (Signed) Miss Hattie M. Jones, Nov. 8, 1911. Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold throughout the world. Sample of each free, with 32 p. Skin Book. Address post-card "Cutlcura, Dept. L, Boston." Adv. Explains the Undertaker's Grouch. "Who Is that fellow sitting humped np and muttering to himself out there on the horse block"” "Aw, that's Kzra Toombs, the under taker," replied the landlord of the | Skeedee tavern, "He's feeling sore over th.e way his business has been going of late. You see, the doctor gave Judge Peebles two weeks to live; that was six weeks ago, and the judge Is up and around now and tiggerin'on marryin' again. Every time Ezra meets the doctor he asks him, 'How about it. hey?' and they have a row Ann now lie's siftin’ out there watch ing a tramp painter gilding the weath er vane of the church across the J street Ezra says, by Heck, he's about ready to move away, things is so dead here."— Kansas City Star. Big Difference. "Did you have any osculatory enter tainment at your party?" "No; only some kissing games." If y< ui wi«b beautiful, clear, white clothes, u-o Red Cross Ball Blue. At all good grocers. Adv. Most of our comforts grow up be tween our crosses—Young BACKACHE NOT A DISEASE But a Symptom, a Danger Sig* nal Which Every Woman Should Heed. Backache is a symptom of organic Weakness or derangement. If you have backache don’t neglect it. To get per manent relief you must reach the root of the trouble. Iiead about Mrs. Wood all's experience. Morton’s Gap,Kentucky. —“I suffered two years with female disorders, my neaitn was very nau and I had a continual backache wh..n was simply awful. I could not stand on my feet long enough to cook a meal’s victuals without my back nearly killing me, and I would have such dragging sensa tions I could hardly bear it. I had sore 3 in each side, could not stand tight "thing, and was irregular. I was com* P ' tely run down. On advice I took i"ia E. Pinkham'B Vegetable Com pouml and am enjoying good health. It *1”vv m°re than two years and I have °t had an ache or pain since. I do all ■y own work, washing and everything, f,n< never have backache any more. I ink your medicine is grand and I praise to all my neighbors. If you think my ‘stirnony will help others you may pub sh it”—Mrs. Oij.ib Woodall, Mor " s Gap, Kentucky. • , Jou have the slightest doubt 1,.®:, -ydia II, Pinkham’s Vepeta l ,' 'jmpoiind will help you, w rite !a *'-*l*Ii*khaniMeilieineC'o. vi. *lll,*®ntial) l.ynn.Mass., for ad P * j * °ur letter will l>e opened, in'i i ™ answered by a woman, ?**** held in strict contidence. Eve m Salve GSffia GOOD rot CONVICTS ESCAPE UNI GIVE BATTLE Wyoming Penitentiary Scene of Delivery-Surrounding Country Terrorized. GUARDS BATTLE PRISONERS Small Force Left to Watch Remaining Prisoners Are Set Upon and Desperate Battle Follows. New«j>i,p«T Dnlnn Ke.i S*rTie» tawling, Wyo. — Twenty convicts, “fl b-v lhp notorious Jim Dalton, member of the Whitney gang of bank 'obbers, escaped through a broken fence in the penitentiary yard. Eleven are still at large and tAe possibility of their recapture is remote. Til* reign of terror which held the town began when from the peniten tary burst a bedlam of shouts of con victs. and through the streets 19 men n tlle Pfison uniform ran in a bodv. Horses tethered in front of stores ' i re seized by the leaders and bore hem at breakneck speed through the own and. away to the hills, outdis ttncing the guards that closed in on be rear of the fugitives, after losing precious minutes investigating thu ■ atiso of the uproar in the cells. ■Meanwhile, four of the convicts seized a grocery wagon and compell "d the boy driving it to race for the hills. When the horse gave out, tint caded themselves with provisions and •an. Pour of the fugitives hiding in anyon north of Rawlins were caught bait and hour after the outbreak, and i fifth was captured while making for the railroad tracks. Three were ■ornered In another canyon west of 'own by mounted pursuers, but have lot yet been taken. The guards re timing with the five prisoners wer« greeted by the convicts with groans tid it was then discovered in the ex •itement of the pursuit another pris rner had escaped, making 20 in all. Ixtcked Inside the walls with hun 1r»ds of mutinous prisoners, a few ■tiards fought desperately to restore irder and prevent a wholesale jail lelivery a second time within 24 ours. Gamped outside the walls was a ■'orce of citizens heavily armed, read drive 1 ack the cnnvl -ts if ’ipv nv'r "'d the remaining guards and made a rush through the gates. Shouts and ccasicnal shots told of desperate fighting within the wal's. an1 it wa° umored that several guards and con lies were killed. 'nether hot'le w’s in •"•ogress a* the same time in the hi'ls south of awlins between a posse of citizens • d from 20 to to escap'd nrfsoners 1 wo men were killed on the streets ' "'•” one was desoeratelv wounded and two convicts were p captured, following the escape of sev ■ r;<' or on• rs. The town was in a panic Pran'ic telegrams were sen- to Governor Garev, now at Sheri lan imoloring hi t) to send state troons to iv-otect th° citizens. Townspeople haricaded the-” .• Ives in their homes ot, heavily armed, patroled the streets. • BALD JACK” TESTIFIES Ssys Becker Tcld Him That He .Vant ed Rosenthal Killed. New York.—Long hours of cross-ex amination by supperless lawyers be fore a supperless court and jury failed to make “Bald Jack" Hose vary from ' s story and the part he savs former Police Lieutenant Becker played in he murder of Herman Rosenthal, a ;ambler. "Becker told me,” he said, “that he wanted Rosenthal murdered, shot, croaked or dynamited. At his bid ding I got the gun men to kill Rosen ttaal. I hid after the murder. I saw Becker that morning and later ta'ked with him over the telephone. I paid the gun men $1,000 for Becker and told them he said not to worry, but to lay low. 'I gave myself up and became a state's witness because Becker desert ed me like a dirty dog and was getting ready to throw me to the wolves Rebel Soldiers Shot. Laredo, Texas.—Thirty-eight Mexi can rebel soldiers were lined up and shot by federals at Esperanza, Goa huila, according to a statement made here by William Jennings, one of the partners in the Hlocker ranch, near Musquiz. Mr. Jennings who arrived here said that when he left the fed erals were in hot pursuit of a rebe' band of WO which was supposed t. be retreating toward the Rio Grande Greeks Withdraw Money. Omaha, Neb.—A •'run” on the postal savings bank at South Omaha by lOu Greeks made it necessary for that in I stitution to call on the treasury at Washington for funds. The Greeks, who have been heavy depositors, with drew their money in order to start to the aid of their country in the event of war with Turkey. An emer gency fund is kept In Washington to meet such demands, but this is paid to be the first time a call ha# been made against It to meet withdrawals. To let malaria de velop unchecked in your system is not only to “flirt with death,” but to place a burden on the joy of living. Yon cm prevent malaria by refill* larly taking » doe® •>! 0XID1NE. Keep a bottle In the medicine cheat and keep your elf wall. OXfD/VE it told by at I drufjitft under the tfricl guarantee that if the firtl bottle doet not benefit you, re turn the empty bottle to the druggie! who told it. and receive THE FULL PURCHASE PRICE. A SPLENDID TONIC SAW NO CAUSE FOR WORRY Small Boy Pretty Well Satisfied That the Future Was Not Likely to Be a Hard One. The Cleveland Plain Dealer says: A Lakewood woman was recently reading to her little boy the story of a young lad whose father was taken ill and died, after which he set him self diligently to work to support him self and mother. When she had fin ished the story she said: "Dear Billy, if your papa were to die would you work to support your dear mamma?" , “Naw!" said Billy, unexpectedly “But why not?" Ain't we got a good house to live in?” “Yes, dearie—but we can't eat the house, you know.” 1 "Ain't there a lot o' stufT in the pan try?” "Yes, but that won't last forever.” "It'll last till you git another hus band, won't it? You're a pretty good looker, nia!" Mamma gave up right there. Don’t Take Calomel Bond’s Pills Are Better, They do not sicken or gripe. They do not ‘‘tear you to pieces." They do not leave you constipated. They are small, mild, effective. Why waste time and money on unknown and expensive purgatives? Just take one Bond’s Pill at bed time for that headache, biliousness torpid liver, etc., and wake up well! All Druggists, 25c. or send to Bond's Pharmacy Co., Little Rock. Ark. A free sample on request. Adv Absorbed. A college professor noted for his concentration of thought, returned home from a scientific meeting one ! night, still pondering deeply upou the subject that had been discussed As he entered his room he heard a uois< that seemed to come from undoj the bed "Is there someone there?” he asked absently 'No, professor." answered the in truder, who knew his peculiarities “That's strange." muttered the pro fessor. “1 was almost sure 1 heard someone under the bid” Call to Arms. “Bang!” went the rilles at the ma neuvers. "Oo-oo," screamed the pretty girl— a nice, decorous, surprised little scream She stepped backward into the surprised arms of a young man "Oh ” said she. blushing "I was fright ened by the rifles. I beg yout par don.” “Not at all,” said the young man "Let's go over and watch the artil lery ” Not New. First Neighbor—Have you heard tell of them new-fangled trial mar riages ? Second Neighbor—I don't see noth ing new-fangled about 'em. Mine’s been a trial for me for the last twenty years!—Judge. Official Scoring. "Should Hlucher get the credit for winning Waterloo?" “No; that victory is properly cred ited to Wellington Hlucher didn't re lieve him until about the eighth In ning." TO DBITE Ol'T MAT-ARIA AM) Hlllt.l) I P THE SYSTEM thn Old Standard OKOVK'S TASTM1.KSS CHILL TUNIC. Yuu Inut »hat 70a art? uak ng. Tii© formula is plainly printed on ©very b^rile, fthowI ng 11 u* simply Wumin« and Iron in a tost*' «*s» form, and th« ©Wo«*tual form. fcor grown people and chi kdren, 60 oenu. Ad v. your No Such Aspertion. “Do you get a stipend for weekly work?” Nothin' like that. I git reg'lar pay." Mrs. Wlnftlow'* Soothing 8jrup for Children terthing. aofteua Ibe gum**, reduce** tufturmna tioo, ailaya pain, cure© wind colic, t&c a boule. Adr, Many a man’s bad luck Is due to the fact that he has neither Inherited I ability nor acquired Industry MORAL FOR THE M3NEVMAD Hope of Becoming Millionaires About on a Par With the Washer woman's Delusion. Prof Warren M Beidler of Bethel la. In a recent address made the striking assertion that the American people money-mad. taught their chil dren how to tarn a living, but not how to live "There Is no viler, and there is no vainer ambition.” said Professor Held ler to a reporter, "than that of the American boy to become a millionaire What percentage of our boys do be come millionaires? It would take a tood many decimals to work that out. believe me! "The boys who sets his heart on a million fares like the washerwoman who set her heart on a cross eyed aeronaut " T hear you married that cross-eyed aeronaut last week?" said a friend "‘Yes, I did.' replied the washer woman. as she rocked back and forth over her tub "Yes, I married him. and 1 gave him $500 out of my buildin' association to start an airship fac tory.' “ 'That so?’ said the friend. 'Where Is he now?’ “ 'I don’t know.’ said the washer w-oman, 'I’m waitin' for him to come back froin his honeymoon.’ ” Eggs Clotworthy Ate. Harry Clotworthy, who is an expert on military affairs, entered the dining room of the National Press club one morning and carried with him a ravenous appetite. Having eaten one breakfast, which consisted largely of eggs, he ordered another breakfast, which consisted even more largely of eggs. After his repast he went to the writing room to get off some letters. Half an hour later the steward of the club found the colored waiter loafing about the entrance of the writing room and asked him what he meant by being absent from his post. "I got a good excuse," exclaimed the waiter, exhibiting the check for the egg breakfast "Mr. Olotworthy done eat $2 worth of eggs and I ain't goiu' to let him git away from here withou^ payin' for them, high as eggs is now.” A While for a Time. A Cleveland school teacher writes that she asked her class what was the difference between the expres sion8. "a while," and "a time,” says the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Nobody seemed to have any ideas on the sub ject Finally the light of intelligence was seen to shine in the eyes of one little boy. and the teacher called upon him to save the intellectual honor of the class. “I know, teacher"’ he cried eager ly “When papa says he's going out for a while, mamma says she knows he's going out for a time!" That’s one wav of looking at It. His Point of Vantage. The mayor of a fmnll town was try ing a negro for abusing his wife She claimed he got drunk and tried to beat her and she hit'him Thp mayor turned to their little girl and asked “Girl was your father under the influence of whisky when your mother hit him?" “No pah! He was under thp kitrtien table," she very quickly replied.— Mack's National Monthly Reason Was Plain. "My busb.ind has deserted me and I want a warrant." announced the large lady "What reason did he give for de serting you?" asked the prosecutor "I don't want any lip from you 1 want a warrant I don’t know what' reason he had " "I think I understand his reason,” s; id th official feebly as he proceed ed to draw up a warrant. Submits Tamely. Is Scriblet what you would call a struggling author?" "No, indeed When an editor puts him out he doesn't offer the slightest resistance " No doubt many a woman's hap piness would bubble over if she could only get thin worrying about how- fat she is. The pitcher that goes to the box too often is knocked out. Is It a blow to spiritualism when a man strikes a happv medium? PUTNAM Color more Hoods brighter and fast it colors than anj dye any garment without ripping apart. Write ft Palliating News. "Oh, dear, officer, was my poor hus band shot when you got him to the station?" “No. madam; only half shot ." Easily Remembered. He—I haven’t the heart to kiss you She—Well, take mine.—Ulk. ITCH Relimd in 30 Mtnutn*. Woolford’s Sanitary Lotion for ail kinds of : contagious Itch. At Druggist*. AUv. It is easy for a girl to pretend to love an old millionaire and fool him into thinking it is real. Every Boy and Girl Wants a Watch! We want every smoker in this country to know how good Liggett C? Myers Duke’s Mixture is. Every grain in that big one and a half ounce 5c sack is pure, clean tobacco— a delightful smoke in a pipe or any other way you wish to use it. And with each sack you now get A Free Present Coupon These coupons nre goo<l for hundreds of valuable prr^ ents, such as watches, toilet articles, silverware, furni ture, and dozens of other articles suitable for every member of the family. \ ou will surely like Duke’s Mixture, made by Uggett «$• Myers at Durham, N. C., a: d the presents cannot fail to please you and yours. As a special offer, during October and November only we will tend you our new illustrated catalog of presents FREE. Just send us your name and address on a postal. Coupons from /hike’s Mixture mark* assorted with tags from HORSE SHOE, J.T.. TINSLEY’S NATURAL LEAF, GRANGER TWIST, coupons from FOUR ROKES ilOr-tin double coupon), PICK PLUG CUT. PIED M^NT CIGARETTES. CUX CIGA RETTES. and other tags or condone issued by us. Address—Premium Dept. £2t ST. LOUIS. MO. HIS CAREER MAPPED OUT. "I'm goin’ to be a farmer like pop when 1 grows up. Wot you goin' to be?" “Me? I’m goin’ to be a bunco man an’ take yer farm away from you." Usual One. "What is the latest thing which Mrs Cooke has in the way of a pickle?” 1 guess it is her husband." If you BHy what you like others may not like it Neyiect and Cruelty. "So you want a divorce?” said th« lawyer. Yes." replied the woman with tear-stained cheeks. "He has been guilty of neglect and cruelty." "In what respects?" “He neglected to feed the bird while I was away and says the crudest things he can think of about Kldo.* Timely Reminder. "We are still mining ore. growing cotton and manufacturing steel,” said the American host. “Why do you tell mo that?" In quired the foreign visitor. "I Just want to remind you that th« country ‘s producing something be sides politics." Mean Hint. "Men are what their diet raakea them.” "You must have been eating a great deal of sheepshead fish lately ” Tied ('rntu Bull Blue mnkes the laundress haiTiiike® clothe* whiter than anew. All good grocers. Adv. 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EVERY CHILD SHOULD HAVE THE Faultless Starch Twin Dolls Mi*» Lilly White ud Mil* Photbe Priam. If yoa will o*o the beat starch in*!" both of th.ee rf‘Mt dolls, each liJl-2 in. ho* hitfi and ready to cot oat end *>tulT will be *ent to any add rose, postpaid, on re ceipt of six front*of lOcci.t Faultless Start h pa« Aatpw, °r front* of 6 ©eat Faultless Starch package* • nd 8 cent* In stamp* to cover postage and park!a*. * three 10 oeut •taupe. Cut ___ ______ _ yf nqj» |(l cent front, or two 6 cent fronts." Only one ad will be accepted with each Application._ ?,na r r**nr!•tamp* to cover postage and Or either doll will be eent on receipt of thr V front* or six6 cent front* and 4 cents in stai r out this ad. It will be accepted la piece FAULTLESS STA&Cii CO., hw Cky. Ha You