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S'SSt"* ine of tho worst cases of Via. _jBint imaginable," gays WC «315 Audrey Ave, Well,torn 5d I WM laid up la bed for dsys bladder was Inflamed and the kidney secretions caused terrible pain, u* S was In such My back shape ----- ---- . moved the pains were like a knife! thrust I rot SO dizzy I couldnt stoop and my head Just throbbed wUh pain. Beads of pe* Dl . ration would stand on my temple,, then 0I J wouÿ become cold and nun.b. ^ • My heart action was MBS. VOGT, afTected and I fe i t as If I couldn't take another breath. I E°t *° nervous and run down I felt IK« wa»n t worth living and often wished that Ï might die so my suffering would be ended. Medicine failed to help me and I was discouraged. p "Doan's Kidney Bills were recommend ed to me and I could tell I was being helped after the first few doses. I keDt getting better every day and continued ose cured me. My health Improved in every way and best of all, the cure has been permanent. I feel that Doan's saved my life " _ . -.A?' 0 ™ ,0 before me, HENRY B. StTRTTAMP. Notary Public. Get Doan's at Any Store, 60c a Box DOAN'S %«■>" F0STER M1LBURN CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y. ! CHILL1FUGE FOR MALARIA IT GETS THE GERM '>• vj XxVd H -iqvy.tc ilt-b à 6 n w 12 -#» * )N T et Contents 15 Fluid Draclm alc.ohol -3 per cert. , AVc^ctablcPrcparatiooferAs I similatin^thcFood by Rebuta; 1 tingl heStomachs and Beweg« wwgWH WffaiHl Cheerfulness andRcstÇ^ neither OpIflm,MorphiflenJ Mineral. NotNahootic PanphnSmi g&u Sä «sfr AhclpfulRomedyÇjoca Üc-Simile Si^oa^L of CASIQRIA For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears tlio Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTOR» malaria Chills and Fever. Constipation and odrnmts requiring a TOWC tre^Htt guaranteed and mode mj Behrens Drug Co Waco. T»x. pA Sold bv. 'ML AH Drujtfuts WVF HAIR BALSAM I ForR«**« 1 "* S^aldHalr I Baauty to Gray orFacUd H»». ' nü. y ,md «1.0» «t Druggjff* OLD FALSE TEETH I pay from »1-00 to $5-0° portion. Brackney tlon, broken P* rt * iS Louiarille.Xy R «fin Leg Co.. 226 W. Che, tout St-. Lx»»™" __ The Bride and the Cynic. «Y.. " «aid the bride of a week. Yes, saiu hj „ he knows, "Jack tells me eterjthing n , and I tell Him •«■**"* „ho "Indeed !" rejoined her ewWrt had been ,e ^ " together must h^op when you are togeu pressive." — NCEREST FLATTERY but T Rke°counterfeit ^original. tlon has not the w ° r ,. Hi : lr ^Dressing— Insist on "L*Ckok. » -^our hair ln S S5ÄRÄ. Kf ^ Price $L00.—Adv. Embarrassing Query. ••A fool and f his money are soon parted, my soD - "Who got yours dad ?" away from yon. anJ Indication produeea wmm. •ometimea alarmlr* »^ | ate ta s Ulga# Indlan Vegetable naturally. Adv. Uva processes to runcuu ____ Unwritten poems and songs make life endurabl^ unprinted When Your Eves N eed Car e Try MorineEw Remedy SHSäES®»»» u™. ,„,"" d T . to Th '™ the 4*^' »I® «!• th.t flc. g üf Cü »»puny A were terri that • ro in | >!5 |~ 1 m Dot Rur Pflsed ai :.Iud K ;. Cai)ta,n Zlnk 18 a dentist.— CARE FOR YOUR SKIN And Keep it ClJT^y Daily U.e el Cuticura—Trial Free. lnmoîï bath W,th Cut * oura Soap fol r, L, a gentle anointing with Cutl ura Ointment clears the skin or scalp .. , I f os ^ cases of eczemas, rashes and 1 ng of children and adults. Make Uiticura your every-day toilet prepara tions and prevent such troubles. Free sample each by mall with Book. Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston. Sold everywhere.—Adv. Truth crushed again—and the constitute a continuous to earth will rise crushing and rising performance A HINT TO WISE WOMEN. Don't suffer torture when all female troubles will vanish in thin air after using Femenina." Price 50c and $ 1 . 00 —Adv. A man's friends will say he is retir ing and others will say he's sleepy. Granulated Eyelids. Sties, Inflamed Eyes relieved over night by Roman Eye Balaian. Due trial proves ltg merlu Adv. After the field is plowed come the harrowing details. Took Him Literally. A clergyman in a remote part oi the Scottish Highlands was speaking j at length to his congregation of the j many things round us that are shroud- j ed In mystery and of which we know I little. As he wanned to this theme, ht j became eloquent, and frequently re < peated the oft-quoted saying of : Goethe: "More light!' Oh, for light: i His surprise may be imagined, says . the Scottish American, when, after one ; of these utterances, the old beadle, j who had been dozing since the com mencement of the sermon, woke with a start, then got up, tiptoed softly into the vestry, seized two additional can dles and, ascending the pulpit stairs, .placed them beside the two already there, and in a loud whisper, heard all over the church, exclaimed: "Ye maun do wi' these, for there s nae malr !"—Youth's Companion. Explosion Averted. "I hear you have been a very sick man," said the manager of the garage. "Yas sur," replied Mr. Erastus Pink ley. "Dey mos' despaired of my recov eô'. But I never had no doubt about it myself. I Jes' had to get well." "Why?" "Well, suh, I knowed I wasn't good enough to go to heaven. An' workin in dis garage has got me soaked so chock-full o' gasoline dar wasn't a chance of deir wantin' me aronn' de place. Was It because wash day comes next to Sunday that somebody told how cleanliness is next to godliness? --- i j ! | I A desire to mind one's own business is eminently worth acquiring._ SAYS f Try a dish of Post Toasties with cream lunch oniiot for days I ! \ I STREET LOCKED UP BROWNER Inhabitants of North Adams, Mass., Are Forced to Trail With Goats. IS UPHELD BY COURT I Those Who Pay for Keys Can Get in— Others Must Make Long Detour or Climb a Six-Foot Fence. North Adams, Mass.—When is a street not a street? While no general answer to that question has been given, the supreme court of Massachu setts has ruled that Francis street, heretofore a thoroughfare in regular standing, is not a street after all. As a result the "street's" owner has not only closed It, hut has locked it up. Those who pay for keys cun get in. Others must make a long detour or climb a six-foot board fence surmount ed by barbed wire. Several years ago Mrs. Rosa Betti decided that she owned Francis street. She began a legal action to establish her ownership. This was not consid ered seriously by those who contem plated building and several erected homes in the street. The congregation of the House of Israel erected a syna gogue. The street became a much used thoroughfare. Fences the Street. Now the supreme court says that Mrs. Betti was right. While the mill of .justice was slowly grinding Mrs. Betti sold lier property, including the "street," to Peter l'mnto. The first action of Mr. Plante when the decision was given was to ask for financial con tributions from those who crossed his property. When it wasn't forthcoming he built bis fence. While the "street" was a fake the fence is a first-class barrier. It is six feet in height and is surmounted by a strip of equally first-class barbed wire. j j j I j < : i . ; j 3 use Is The Fence Is a First-Class Barrier. It has a self-closing gate which Is equipped with a spring lock. Those who have made their contribution to Mr. riante have received keys. Others go around the block, but the block In question contains a miniature moun tain. The only things which have climbed it to date are the goats of i those who must walk nearly a mile j around its base to avoid enriching Mr. ! Plante. Tickles the Tailors. | Much to the delight of the city's I tailors, several persons have tried to climb the fence. It has been found that the barbed wire is just as effec tive as any barbed wire can be. Those who are the victims of the fence are urging the city to purchase the right of way for a street. Mr. Plante thinks his demands are not exorbitant. The city officials think they are. The vic tims say the fence will be made an issue in the next city campaign. FINDS OUT IT WON'T WORK You Can't Double the Size of You: Bank Roll by Boiling, Ask Mike. Riverhead. L. I.—If you want to double the size of your bank roll^try anything else but boiling it. Mike Rotrinski of Easthampton tried it and I found out that It was impossible. ! Mike had a friend who told him boiling would make dollar bills sepa \ rate Into two parts, each of which would he just as good as new. Mike I took out $4S0 from a savincs bank, i went with his friend to a hut and I watched his friend put the money in ' b large pot. The friend left and when Mike wanted to see how the doubling process was coming on he discovered that there was nothing but a soggy mass of plain, ordinary, every-day pa per in the pot. With the aid of a cop Mike located his friend, who was di viding the $480 in two parts—one for wine, one for women. It was costing him nothing to sing. "The "friend" was held and Indicted by the grand Jury. Lemons Whiten the Skin Beautifully! Make Cheap Lotion The juice of two fresh lemons strained into a bottle containing three ounces of orchard white makes a whole quarter pint of the most re markable lemon skin beautifier at about the cost one must pay for a small jar of the ordinary cold creams. Cure should be taken to strain the lem on juice through a fine cloth so no lem on pul]» gets in, then this lotion will keep fresh for months. Every woman knows that lemon juice is used to bleach and remove such blemishes ns freckles, sallowness and tan. and is the ideal skin softener, siuoothener and beautifier. Just try it ! Make up a quarter pint of this sweetly fragrant lemon lotion and massage it daily into the face, neck, arms and hands. It should nat urally help to whiten, soften, freshen, and bring out the hidden roses and beauty of any skin. It is wonderful for rough, red hands. Your druggist will sell three ounces of orchard w hite at little cost, and any grocer will supply the lemons. Adv. His Experience. She—In a battle of tongues a wom an can hold her own. He—Yes, perhaps she can, but she never does. , i Spotted. Naval Itecruit—Ship ahoy ! Officer of the Deck—Where away? Naval Itecruit—Far away. ON FIRST SYMPTOMS use "Renovine" and be cured. Do not wait until the heart organ is beyond repair. "Renovine" is the heart and nerve tonic. Price 50c and $1.00.—Adv. The elevator in a department store Is merely a shoplifter. SAXON "SIX' A BIG TOURING CAR FOR FIVE PEOPLE 25.9 Miles Per Gal. of Gas 234 stock model Saxon "Sixes" travel 70,200 miles July and set grand average of 25.9 miles per gal, of gas 18 To give a national demonstration of the remarkable gasoline econ omy of Saxon "Six", 234 Saxon dealers joined in a 300 mile drive July 18. A grand average of 25.9 miles per gal lon of gasoline was registered for the 70,200 miles of travel. Consider that this run took place in 234 different parts of the country, under 234 different sets of conditions, over 234 dif ferent kinds of roads. Consider that these 234 cars were stock model Saxon "Sixes", not "tuned up" special cars, not cars with "doped" gasoline That proves that this 25.9 mile9 per gallon of gasoline is the ordinary, the average performance of 234 Saxon "Sixes" taken right out of stock. And it proves as nothing else would prove, the gasoline economy your Saxon "Six" will give you. No other car in its class can match this record. Furthermore, these 234 Saxon "Sixes" averaged 175 miles per quart of oil. And net a single instance of mechanical trouble occurred throughout the entire 70,200 miles. There is the proof that Saxcn M Six" is your kind of a car. Price f. o. b. Detroit, $935. Saxon Motor Car Corporation, Detroit CALOMEL SICKENS! IT SALIVATES! DON'T STM BILIOUS, CONSTIPATED I Guarantee "Dodson's Liver Tone"' Will Give You the Best Livir and Bowel Cleansing You Ev er Ha d—Don't Lose a Day's Workl Calomel makes you sick; you lose a day's work. Calomel is quicksilver and it salivates; calomel injures your liver. If you are bilious, feel lazy, sluggish and all knocked out, if your bowels are constipated and your head aches or stomach is sour, just take a spoon ful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone instead of using sickening, salivating calomel. Dodson's Liver Tone is real liver medicine. Y ou 11 know it next morning because you will wake up feeling fine, your liver will be work ing. your headache and dizziness gone, your stomach will be sweet and your bowels regular. You will feel like working. You'll be cheerful; full of vigor and ambition. Your druggist or dealer sells you a 60-cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone Hated to Play With Him. At the club Thompson and Taylor were discussing the peculiarities of certain of the card players when Thompson said : "There are two men hero-—Barker riiair -I surely bat play h." said Taylor, ' ys a hard loser, 1 Perkins?'' le," said Tiiompsc w inner."—Buck. always nn BABIES AND GROWING CHILDREN need a tonic to tone up the system and regulate the liver. Mothers are con stantly using with wonderful success, our "Plantation" Chill and Fever Ton ic. Pleasant to take—contains no Cal omel. Price 50c.—Adv. Had Good Reason. Bystander- You have certainly , shown great bravery in saving that i man's life. Is he a relative of yours.' Hero— Relative? Oh. no! But lie owes me SL'hh. You never can know bow superior to oth er preparations in promptness and efficien cy is Dr. Feery's "Dead Shot" until you have tried it once. A single dose cleans out Worms or Tapeworm. Adv. Some girls who profess to lie highly educated have been merely immersed in a weak solution of accomplishments. Disagreeable and Dangerous Trouble is diarrhea, but a speedy and certain cure is found in Mississippi Diarrhea Cordial. Price 25c and 50c.—Adv. naif the people you meet wear their cares on their faces. under my personal guarantee that it will clean your sluggish liver better than nasty calomel; it won't make yoa sick and you can eat anything you want without being salivated. 1 our druggist guarantees that each spoonful will start your liver, clean your bowele and straighten you up by morning or you can have your money back. Chib dren giadly take Dodson's Liver Tone because it is pleasant tasting and doesn't gripe or cramp cr make theor sick. I am selling millions of bottles of Dod*' son's Liver Tone to people who have found that this pleasant, vegetable, liv er medicine tafle > the place of danger ous calomel. Puy or.e bottle on my sound, reliable guarantee. Ask your druggist or storekeeper about me. Adv. j "I ; turn 1 •' f: An Enterprise Abandcnecl. imd to • uonb "1 reci it mu li EAT sX \ ksP TH* best MACARONI Sold for 4 7 years. For Malaria,C hill* and Fever. Also a line binerai Strengthening Ionic. SWAMP ROOT Ta not recommended for everythin*; but if you have kidney, liver or bladder trouble It may be found just the medicine you need. At druggists In flfty-cent and dollar sizes. You raav receive a sample size bottle of this reliable medicine by Parcel Post, al so pamphlet telling about it. Address Dr. Kihner & Co.. Binghamton, y y., and enclose ten cents, also men tion this paper. Velvet Beans -90 ; - ;*>' Any quantity 11.36 buftbei. d. k W. N. U., MEMPHIS, NO. 32 -1917.