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The Kind You Have Always Bongut, and which, hag Iieen i j f in use for over SO years, has borne the. denature of "'-:" ' ' and has been made under his perv : Mfrf-t--- sonal supervision since its infancy. ' Juk&7mcMC AllowiioonetodeceiTeyouintWs. t! v, JUlCounterielts, Imitation twdJ Scperunents that tsrifle with endanger toeheajhof Sats M Cluldren-Experienoe against Experiment. What is CASTORIA SSffSStOa Morphine nor oth Kareotto stance. Its age is its guarantee destroys WJ W allays Feverishness. . It cure rrhoea wd WaJ ' JoUcTlt relieves Teething Troes, cures pot pMoii , Sd Flatulency. -It assimilate the Food, WtW the Somach and BawtiH giving healthy and wtfural sleep. . v Tha Children's Panacelw Motto's Friend, , OEtWItlE CASTORIA alwayo Bears tn.e signature 9 'each fair ph&ntom wear a ( wia sheet." On last ' Monday! eyJ g the spirits all Rathered at thft, ? ian residence in nuBnwv anmmnTm. At th door V mu" 7U, ACr ;Bes Hazel Million nd Floreno, f' . , " luK room ; wiio wnr 1, 4 P6 "T. . i. , . swere masked to,, the 'were OLD. SONGS STILL WELL LIKED. J ' PERCQlJAL and aombered.V & . .'mini lading bj Fred pUeles who m their mask, with red paint ,mitatioa of blood, lThe gneStS WSf - ren alma lif '.minor an1 WJ I t0 rite the names of as many 01 tha, other ' ghosts'; as they could iuer 4.' MlBS Alfa Eash wnn th nri yv4 iu pu, lojiraaeuuDg a skuh ? ad cross boioes for beiog , the best gaeseer. After this they were again taken npstairs inhere they were told toplacs their slips of paper in large box and as they did , so they were given an electrio shock. Part ners were secured before the masks were removed alter ' hich a two oonrie luncheon j was served. , The rooms were decorated with ferns add OHURChEQ ' ; vi,';! ."."( ', ' Methodist Chirps.'"' ''-:-' The reattlar leryloe) will be held it ttie Metboditt cburoh next . Sunday. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m ''Preaching at 11:00 o'clock. Senior League at 6:80, and evening , services at 7:30. , The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Ycdrs. tHt eiDTM Mmm, n murut itiiiit, nkw o.k orrr. WOMEN'S CLUB MEETINGS AND SOCIETY NOTES Mrs. W. B. Martin is entertaining the Femisole clnb this afternoon. . Mrs. H. A. Burnett entertains the S. S. Embroidery club next Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. L. L. Taylor is entertainin about seventv-five hdies at thimbles this afternoon. Mr. Pendleton was presented with many valuable presents by his friends, together with their wishes for many happy returns of the day, Miss Sadie Hauna and Miss Mary Aten will give a card party this even ing at the home of Miss Aten. Dr. and Mrs. W. O. Thompson entertained George Thompson,' of Topeka, Edmund. Kbodei, Nathan Powell, Fred.Kirkpatrick'andjArthnr Scates at dinner last Monday eveu ing. : A reception and danoe was given at the Philomath club rooms last Tuesday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Young and it was one of the largest affairs of the season. Tho music for dancing was furnished by Mrs. It. W. Hell war th and Messrs, Will and it dph Miller. - - The Idylenilde club met yesterday with Mrs. Will Gardner. The guests for the afternoon were: Men, mans P. H. Young, B. C. Jones, Hardesty, Howard, of Denver, t and Misses Anna Milton, of Denver, and iLottio Stubbs. . .1 Mr. and ' Mrs. George . Martin entortained several of their friends at dinner on Chrifltnas day. After dinner there was a "Christmas tree in honor of Masters Hazelton, Jason snd Minor Ketchum, and ,: Santa Clans was on hand to deliver presents to all. The guests of the day were: Mr. snd Mrs. H. A! Ketchum and children, Mrs. Mamie Morrison, Miss 2ncLe LaForge,'1 Messrs." J. 8. Ilartin, Ealph Wolf, of Topeks, and Hay Keetb, of Kansas City..,. : : t Mrs. D. J. Phillips was hostess at a charming card party Tuesday afternoon. The gcests were: Mes- dumes, Gordon Fmley, L. L. Taylor, Harry GroBe,, Howard, of Denver, R, W.Evans, Jr., Will Gardner, Fred Gardner, Lillian O'Neill, L. C. Law ton, G. E. Laughead, C. D. Beetb, W. E. Green, Win, Lowman, W. B, Martin, Bert Steele, ErneBt Sturgeon, Frank Martin, W. S. . Eakle, It. J, Furnish. Misses Eleanor Milton, Anna Milton, of Clinton, Mo , He;en Jastatt, Maude Rhodes, Sadie Hanna, Mary Aten, Nora Carson, Grace Gwinner, Helen Balch, Kathleen Elder and Mies Nell Wheeler, of Princeton, Ind. . Ths decorations were Cbrissmas bells and holly. A dainty two course luncneon was served. Two prizes were given, the first being won by Mrs. Furnish and the other by Miss Sadie Hanna. , and Mrs. J. S. . Pendleton v!brtained the following at dinner j-rtcrdayia honor' of Mr. Peudle tVsjCSth birthday: 'Mrs; Elizabeth D.;s.,it, of Roj-hviJley III.; Mrs. .uh Sasitb, of Sawyer, both of .'.-..a era sisterst'of irr.'.Pendloton , 1 ul -o Lis nephew, H. W. Dorsett 1 i u.j, of Si-earville, acd J. II. "jijcf Camden, 111, During the ' i a'-.cut f.jr'y of lit. snd Mrs. "on' Ukn'h and, ne:gLbors 1 t,t t'joirhoRij for the pur- (f E-rpr!r"fj t!r'.Te5-!uton. .' ' J wts tf.ut' in telling i 1 c'zt coavenation. At o'ti-i'k tie tables wg;o I l.'i per 3 serve J b til. Misses Juliett Pettijohn and Marie Cofl'ey had a private skutiog party at the rink Tuesday evening. Punch was served at the rink and at the close of the skating the guests were escorted to the Palace of Sweets where dainty refreshments , were served. Invita tions were issued to about fifty guests as follows: Misses Hazel Millikan, Florence Kirkpatrick, 1 1 Josephine Tice, Valera and Valets Elder, Mary Argabright, Helen Ripple, Frances Misner, Helen Coolidge, Catherine and Cecil Sughrue, Agnes Miller, Vivian Martin, Lors Johnson, Gussie Mootz, Mins Jones, Lena snd Edna Viqcell, Alfa Eath, Ruth McClure, and Helen Carrol of -Emporis. Messrs. Harold Pixley, fiWill Hale, Frank Chapman, Fred Kirkpatrick, Carl Turner, Boy Pond, Ray , pond, Nathan Powell, Harold Ripple,1. Paul snd James Russell, Arthur Scates, Edaund Rhodes, George Thompson, of Topeka, Roger Conanij Raymond and Carl Fitzgerald, Ralph Reeves, Earl Wallace, ' Whitelaw Hubbard, Chester Jacoby, Raymond ; Englihh, Harry Landis, Chasj Smith,-Earl Sevier, Roy Bainbridge, Ray Coffey, Horace Pettijohn and Roger Dean.- - T. 1 1 ; ,i t, The services on next Sunday will be In cbarge of Father Mennls. Mass at 8 :30, Hlgb Mass at 10:30 and Benedlotion at 7:30. ..,"' " ' " ' aimmmi Baptist Church' I !dsj X,Sunday school at 9:45 In the morning and preaching, by the pastor at 11:0Q o'clock, i In the evening the Young People's meeting will be at 0:30 with reaching at ' 7.30. Every one invited. . Presbyterian Church Next Sunday evening at the Preibyter ian cburcb the Jleu's club will have charge of the services.' There will be good music and an address will be given by Albert VVatkins'on "The Bible as a Text Book." The public is cordially in vlted. . , , , ' The reRiilar services will be: Sunday school 9:45; Morning service, 11:00 h.iii. Junior CbristiHu Endeavor 2:30; Men' club, KiMt and Third Subday ofevcy mnrb at 3 ;IW Christian Endeavor, 8 :30 p. m. ' Evening setvica 7.30. , ' , , The week day meetings will be as follows: ' Missionary Society first Tues day of every mouth. ' Latlte Aid jiw i 2:00, p. m. on lYednesdays. Praver meeting on Thursday evenings at 7:30, btraneers re coruiaijy lovitt-d to these services. , :, . , , , . , . ; ( 1 Eev. A. M. EelLS, Pastor' Christian Science Services. ''"'.' The Christian Scientists will bold services' on e .i t Sunday at 11:00 o'cloik at the resldne of Mrs. Fred Petterson, on inird avenun, one block w.t an two north of the Carnegie libra-y Subject for mxt Sunday, "jQod." Simplei , Music Appreciated Above ,...,. ' Strains of Grand Opera. , They had a concert the other night at , Pittsburg, at which' only tho ; old songs were sung, says the Ohio State Jonrnal. It was a popular entertain ment ; The great, majority of people like the old sonjtB like them the best. And they are very happy when the old songs .are, sung by people who know how to alng. i They even like an old song badly aun& but when It Is finely sung, they are In raptures, i ? . . i 1 o i It may , . be successfully (contended that, a majority of the people would rather have "Ben Bolt," ''Annie Lau rie,". ''My Old Kentucky Home'"How Can I Leave Thee," "I Dreamt That I Dwelt In Marble Halls," and such love ly string of songs, than the most vol uptuous arias from the finest Italian, jprenca or other operas that ever were rendered on the stage. This Is not de fending the, taste, It Is . only describ ing it ,i v ohV r; 1 : ! ' ':. i : ' - It Is often that one sees an adept in music enjoying these artistic strains, and he envies him truly. He cannot understand It, but he sees the joy and he wishes, he could appreciate It, too. Thua there are some: worlds, that all cannot enter, but that does not pre vent one getting close ut to the walls of Zlon and enjoying the good old songs, when ,he has a chance yes, a chance.; i ,,, ,! .,tt ... n.t.vi RW. Kcecb was here over Christmas. Geo. Thels was here from Wichita Tuesday.''-.-.: ;..V' ' ':', : .... --:j'it: 'i l :ij,;-Kr,f.!il,-,V-:,'J. V:-1 E.J. Oliphant returned from Chlcsgo last week,' ; i-.;!T-. r .nir-itu u. , '' U't'i :, M -'.'f.'i ,' ntr-:. hi ri'i'iu: Miss Zelma Sturgeon Is vrsltlng friends In Hutchlmon, W. W. , Was here from BREAK EGQ8 1 u VI FOR LIVELIHOOD Work Men ' In City Cake Cracker Factories. ' and , ' 1 , Episcopal Church. 1 Christmas passed off very happily. The children had their service and tree on CbrUtmas eve when they presented 'gift stocking' for the comfort of the sick children, deprived of home; joy, la Christ Hospital,; Topeka. The church looks very pretty In its evergreen decora (ions, and fine music and an appropriate sermon served to make the Christmas day service one long to be remembered. The Cbolr Guild held its annua) elec tion on Monday, when the following were oalled upon to serve : Mrs, F. G. Bark. ley, Pres. ( Miss Delete JBensted, ,' Vfe Pres. ; Miss XHllao Stubbs, See.; .Mrs. Clyde -mitb, Treas j and Carl Anderson, librarian. ' Under toe -ery , efficient leadership of Prof. D. , H. Seymour as Organist and choir , master, tbe Choir enters upon what judging from tbe Spirit which now pervades 'it shall bt a very succeed? jear. " ': Services next Sunday. will be, Holy Communion 7:30, Morning . Prsyer ?4 Holy Communion and Sermon II. ' The Offertory at this service being -'sang by Mrs. C. L. Smith and Mr. E. Boweol Evening Prayer and Sermon at 7:30 I , B. T. BsNSTRd 11 1 . ' 1 i1 'in. ii V Ti Cough Syrup that rids the svstem af a trtA by Acting ts cathartic on tho WUWCiS IB . i; 1 f Several days tgo ttniqns invitations were issued to about sixty-five young poopli of this city. ; The invitatioas read: ; ::w:k v, cv u-.t;' t Tbe shade of is requested to be presctt at a Ueeting of the Ghosts at Appr.di.ion Assembly , Cavs on JTonday evening, Dc, 23. JJasr-l li'.V&un, rioieace Kiiipitauc. " YiAlmhS il'a w,8 a n. tLut t . . .-. hiiMvtmwr ,.,4 (iM iVyat J ". For more than a week the man had been out of work.. One Monday night, however, when he came back to the lodging house he reported "good luck." ''What are you going to do?" asked his friend. ; ' "Break eggs," was the Teply. "I've got a position in a cake and crackei factory. They have people In those concerns who do nothing . but "crack eggs. Tney hegin at eight o ciock in the morning and keep it up till six at night. In that time, they tell me, a man who has become an expert can break 9,000 eggs, or an average of 1,000 an hour. And he doesn't smash them all at one clip, either. , He tackles them singly and disposes of thorn la groups of five That is, in order to avoid any acci dent with over-rlpa1 eggs, five of them are broken Into a bowl and then added to the general stock." ' ' 1 ' "Great heavens!" 1 ejaculated his friend. 1 "What a monotonous grind. How much do you get lor it?" "One dollar a day to start with,' said the lucky man. "When I get up to the thousand-an-hour mark I'll get 11.50."" . Orebsugh Wichita tail Wank. Mrs. A. Beck spent Christmas1 with relative I a Kinsley. ' 1 ' M Miss .Oraos, Hippie Is, visiting at her home In Hutchinson.,, ;, ; V; Hiram Burr Spent Christmas fit Cold watnh with 'tnltotlvai MM ! ' . ..... , , ., ' i . i .,- IV v'f,' Miss Beba Kagland ;was In Spearvllle tbe first of the week.'1' Mt&j Jennie Hudsen is visiting ber sister, Mrs V. A.,MHton. ; f i : v , Gilbert Avery spent Christmas with relatives In Mulllnvllle. Bd 8nook. of the Bargain Store; visited in Lakln over Christmas. ' ' Mr. and Mrs, A. G. Barnett spent Christmas In Great Bend. Times Change. A great change has passed over us of late years with regard to the man ners of daily life. The ' boy of early Victorian days was a ceremonious little creature. He called his parents "sir" and "madam," and would never have dreamed ' of starting a conversa tion at table, and scarcely of joining In It He came In to dessert, and was given his glass of wine on condition that he made bis grave little bow to each of the company In turn, an object lesson In precedence which was possi bly useful to him in later years, but must have been unspeakably trying at the time. One would, not wish to see the ceremoniousness of those times revived but It is possible that we are inclined to err In the opposite .direc tion, by forgetting that respect is due to our relations as much as It Is to our friends. Etlquette-Up-to-Date. . Costs to Be Charitable. A New York truckman left his big white horse within seeing and smell ing distance of a big pile of fine fruit on an old woman's applestand. The Post says the horse craned his neck and showed his desire for a bite plain ly enough, but the old woman shook her head: , , k "G'wan, y old blarney," she ex claimed. . . .:' . But the horse did not "g'wan." In stead he advanced one hoof, upon the sidewalk.,- ... ,, .... , . . "'ould ye see that, now," the wom an said, .well, 'tis such a human way y' have''. ' ; ; ,; ,-.';, , ( She gave him an apple and turned away, muttering: . '"Tie expensive to be charitable." , , . -,, ( , i i. ( , , (','' I . - . ...... '. Dairies snd Henhouses in Architecture fi Before the young architect fresh from Paris had been with the New Tork firm a week he confessed to com plete disillusionment "The only thing I see ahead of me for a year or two to come," said be, "is dairies and chicken houses., ; When I left America four years ago there were not a dozen dairies in the United, States that bad received the attention of a good archi tect.! Now I finoHhat every, man who owns, a 'large estate is paying a big .price to big architects for giving their best brains to cow and chicken bouses, which certainly indicates, I think, thai In some branches, - o art, . anyhow, America Is going some." r . f o sjrsi fm f? w w w a jj-"t)llitjy tetm is the original laxative Cough syrup, contains. .po opiates, gently mpvea the Lowels, carrying the c;ld pS tlirotigh Ihij Eitmal' cLantfr.ij,' Gii.uatileeJ to give Siitisfacticn or money refunded,' ' O Walter Cummlngs spent Christmas with his parents In Attica. ids --i v - f v 'i r -ri ii'i'' 'n , Mr. and Mrs. Bert Steele spent Christ mas with relatives neat Ford. Miss Gertrude Hobble spent Christmas with ber sister Alice In flutoblosoo. Owen Balch has need spending the Christmas holidays at his borne here. H. Wi Dorsett and family, of Spear vllle were here Monday la their auto, T. F. Garner and W. R. Rogers made a trip to Hodgeman county yesterday, Roger Dean is borne from spending his vacation with his parents In Peabody Miss Ethel Baxter , of Kinsley spent Christmas with Mrs. Parms of this city. Mrs. A. N Gissel went to Hutchinson Saturday returning borne Sunday night B. F. Mills and daughter Jessie made a trip to Hutchinson the first of tbe week Mlse Nell 'Parker of Kinsley was tbe guest of Miss Lenore Harbst over Christ mas. , Miss Bessie Rllley and Miss Hazel Hilton are here from Denver visiting friends.' ,'...',''.,' Miss Jesale Kissel and mother, of Spea.rville, were In this city Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sevier are here from LaJunta to snend tbe holidays with relatives. , Miss Mary Hale and mother have been spending the holidays in Hutchinson and Oklahoma William Hunter, of Emporia, was the gueBt of Podge City friends over Christmas. . . . , J. M. Mason, rf Oklahoma, is here visiting his brother F, Y. Mason of the Nickelodeon. ' Misses Ella Meadows snd Luc lie Wright made strip to Spearville Christ mu night, 1 C. O. Crlttenbouse, representing the Western Gas Engine Co. of Denver wss here this week. Mrs. A. R.' Jones, who hss been visit lug friends here, left yesterday for ber home In Burrton Miss Ida Robertson, of Caldwell, Is vieitlrjz ber uncle, W. E. Talbot and family of this city; .... . . . Mrs. Tbeo. Mitehell and daughter of Medicine Lodge a e visiting her sister Mrs. U.N. Klnkead. M.l'O. Scobee has returned to bis borne fn Fulton, Mo., after a short visit with bis mother In this city. Miss 'Gertrude Hatfield of Kinsley toped over here last Saturday for i short visit with friend. Wildon Shaffer, of Spearvllle, is visit Ing his aunt, Mrs. Lily Lawrence of this city, during the holiday. Mrs. Raxter spent Christmas In La Junta. , ' Mrs. Earl Ctambers left Satur day eveBlug for a visit there. ' MisS Ella Hughes, who has bee's, visit ing relatives beie, returned to ber borne In Woodbine, Illinois, last week Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Klnkead, of El Eeno,Okla.,sre spending the holidays here visiting relatives and friends, Miss Helen Carrol left this morning for her borne In Emporia after spending Christmas with Miss Ruth M-iOlure. , 1 Mr. and Mri. Sam Wllklnion 'returned undsy from Garden City, where they Visited oyer Christmas with his parents. i Miss Tlppa Gist Is the guest of Mrs.. R. H. Hazelton durog tbe .holidays. She Mil return to ber school at Howell next Waek.1 i;,j'v?;'i. - i- ';' Mr. and : Mrs. W, Q. Edwards , left Tuesday morning for their borne In ; Whole Lake Little Enough. Wilson, tbe poet better, known as "Christopher North," Is the author ot manv of the wittiest thine ha did hot say are attributed to Mm.1,;. One Wlcblta,, Mr, Ed wards,. Is u postmaster morning after a "gran nlcht" with a there., ju, , , i sr .',', ' I, -group of his cronies and an abundance '' d,i,u n ...... j L -m. i- , of "whisky and wit, he awoke with W1' to1 " retu d fC lD a throat like a Hme kiln and called Burrton Tuesday after spending Christ out for the landlady of the littla inn hers ..with his sister Miss Pearl on tbe shore of Loch Lomond,, whers he was spending bis holiday: r ' "Bettle, guld dame, I'm unco dry. Fetch in the loch." New York Jour nal ' Collins.',,.,;,: t;,;nvA-,'f ,;?r ,, I Mr. add1 Mrs. Merle Snare and two S'is,of Elllnwoodi were the guests of Mrs Alice Thompson and dangb'ert over CbrUtmas. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Roberts have returned to their borne ,ear, Mlnneola after a visit with friends In Lewis and this clty;t4.,:v? Miss Clara Skllllngton visited In Kli ley from Sunday until Monday even!; While there she was th mwtt. nf Mi Jsjs. Donnell, ', ; , .... , , ; MisS Hone Smith, who has been vlsi Ing her parents, W. E. Smith and wl will leave tomarrow fOr her school Summerfleld. , x W. C. Edwards Jr. and little son Don, returned to their homo la Kansas City the flr-t of tbe week'' after s short visit with friends here. , '' ' Mrs. Charles Thrasher, wh6 ' was known, here as Mrs,, Husser, ind her daughter, Effle, arrived from her home lH nkAi. i l . . . . . . .. . . .. u vuciu.oo ituc ween, ana vtaitea at toe borne of Mr, and Mrs, Lloyd Evans. V 4 , , Vatican Colts lor 8sls, , One 3 year old FHIy. One 2 rear old Gelding. Inquire of Martin Brothers. ' tf j' For Sale or Rent. Southwest quarter of southeast Quarter. section 31, township J8, range 21. t " owner, Feter Brown. Bt tf Address Joseph, Illlnolr. ji Wagaer-JabBsOn -.,. On Wednesday afternoon, December JO, at 8 :00 p. m., Mr. 0ar B. Johnson and Miss Anna M. , Wagner of Enslgd were united In marriage. The wedding took place at the home of Rev. J. JX. Edwards of the U. B.' ohuroh at Olmar. ton, Rev. EdWards performing tbe cer emony. Mr.' and Mrs. Johnson have many friends In this oounty, who-will wisn them happiness and prosperty., ; :. . Supt. Malloryof the city schools' left Tuesday morning for Topeka to attend the. .State , Teachers meeting. Mra. Mallory Is ylsltlng-friends in Junction City in this state. ' , ; A son was born to Mr. and Mr. G. B. Van ArsdBle of this city, on last Sunday ueceinoer 27. This is their second child and second son. ' Mr. and Mrs. Lewis M. Smith have both been quite ill this week but are re covering now, ' W. H. Lord and wife bad all of their sons at home for Christmas this year. Carrol came home from the state Uni versity, where he Is taking a law course, Karl from Emporia where he is In a , bunk and Fred from the Lord ranch in this county. Fred Minims and wife of Garden City were guests at the HeUwartt) borne over Christmas, . ' ' 1 : Mrs, U. Whltwortb, who has been quite 111, Is stlli slowly Improving. Guilty or Counterfeiting. Passing counterfeit monev Is no worse han substituting some unknown' worth less remedy for Foley's Honey and Tar, ' the great oough and cold remedy that cures tbe most obstinate coughs and heals tbe lungs. The Palace Drug Store. Mrs. Ford has arrived 'from tbe east and will make her home here with her sons, one of whom is yard master In tbe Santa Fe yards here. They have rehted tbe Russf 11 property on Avenue A. and will hiake their home there. . , t , . ' ,1 New Officers have been elected at the Christian Sunday school: M. Lee Sorey, superintendent; Miss nle, assistant: Will Martin, secretary; Mies Laura John son, assistant secretary; Mrs. Vlnoent Ragland, treasurer. The school for tbe month of December bad an average attendance of 200. The prroary depart ment numbers 65. Mr. irad Mrs. A. L, Soule are enter taining Mr.', Soule's parents,, and bU sister; frotri Spearville tbia week. , . , .' Mies .,0111s Burgess was, called to Mlnneola last Tuesday by (be death of s cousin. - v, ,.' ." ",. .. , r,,. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Milton cave's family dinner Christmas day. Outside guests were Miss Jennie Hudson and Miss Winifred' Leonard of Hutohinson and Nathan Powell ' f fs Dr sod Mrs.1 W. F. Pine entertained tbe Markley family at breakfast Christ mas morning and at dinner Dr. and Mrs. Thompson and George Thompson of , Topeka were guests. ' ' 4 This Is Worth Reading.' ' ' Leo F. Zelinskl, of 68 Gibson St.' Buffalo, N. Y says: "I cured the most annoying cold sore 1 ever bad, with Buoklen's Arnica Salve, i I applied this salve once a day for two days, when every traoe of tbe sore was gone." Heals , all soreS. Sold under c uarantee at h Palaci drug store. 25e, . A Dangerous Operation, the removals the appendix by a sur geon No one who takes Dr. King's New Ltis i'lhs Is ever subjected to this fright-' ful ordeals They work'sO oulellv'toir don't feel them. Tbey cure constipation, headache, bllliousuesi and malaria, too st the Palace drug store,