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AMY CORN LIFTS CUT,
DOESN'T HURT A BIT! Wo foolishness! Lift your corns and calluses off with fingers— It's like magic! Fore corns, hard corns, soft corns or any kind of a corn, can harmlessly be lifted right out with the lingers if'you apply upon the corn a few drops of freezone, says a Cincinnati authority For little cost one can get a small bottle of freezone at any drug store which will positively rid one's feet of «very corn or callus without pain. This simple drug dries the moment It Is applied and does not even irri tate the surrounding skin while ap plying it or afterwards. This announcement will interest many of our readers. If your druggist basn t any freezone tell him to surely pet a small bottle for you from his wholesale drug house.—adv. In Doubt. "I wish you could tind out how I Stand with your father." "Why do you want to know?" "Ho gave me a tip on the stock mar ket today." PROMPT RELIEF. can he found in cases of Cop's Coughs Grippe and Headaches bv La L . ' .---uuuvuro |»v usiner axative Quuudine Tablets. Does not affect the head or stomach, liny vour winter's supply now. Price Jöc.— Adv. A woman's first gray erally lier last one. too. hair is gen Back Lame and Achy? There's little peace when your kid neys are weak and while at first there may be nothing more serious than dull backache, sharp, stabbing pains, head aches, dizzy spells and kidney irregu larities, you must act quickly to avoid the more serious trouble, dropsy, grav el, hearty disease, Bright's disease. Use Doan'6 Kidney Pills, the remedy that is bo warmly recommended everywhere by grateful users. A Tennessee Case "Every Picture Teilet C. A. Mitchell, 114 Seventh Ave., S., Nashville. Tenn., says: "I suffered from my back and kidneys for five years. My back got so Eoro, and lame, I could hardly get out of bed and I had sharp twinges through my loins. The least Jar sen» pains all through my body. I had dizzy spells, too. D o a n's Kidney Pills rid me of all these troubles." Get Doan'e at Any Store, COc a Box DOAN'S '""JLV FOS7ER-MILBURN CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y. Stery" Sold for 47 years. For Malaria, Chills and Fever. Also a Fine General Strengthening To*ic. - SNct Contents 15 Fluid Drachn ALCOHOL'S PER C|NT. similatingthaRod ty Hega ! Hn^theStomadis and Bare» f , CheetfulncssandRestCartw® I neitherODifltn,M^« n J Mineral. Not Narcotic gau S IS?** | AhelrfulRcm^--^ Constipatlonaad Diairboc« and Feverishness «na j i ^OSS OF SLEEP jj SB Gen» CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years Exact Copy of Wrapper TN* CINTAU* «OMWOtV. WKW TO«» »ITT Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price, But Great in Every Other Way Carters ITTLE IVER Ca rter's Little Liver Pills Make yon feel the joy of livrr- It » impossible fo be happy or fed good wbt_ ; ou are CONSTIPATED 0 id remedy will set you right over night -.„Agaf rts Usually Neod Iron in the Blood. Try PAT.T.II) PEOPLE CARTER'S IRON PILLS j j j » Tt? NT n tuL L v > V,'-' Georgia Farmer Says Taniac Re lieved His Rheumatism Entirely. SUFFERED 45 YEARS "I Am a Well Man in Every Way and Feel as Strong and Healthy as I Ever Did," He Says. "I wouldn't take five hundred dol lars in cash lor the good four bottles of Taniac did me." said J. M. Mallory, a well-known farmer of Stonewall, Georgia, a short time ago. "For forty-five year I suffered al nius-t every day," he continued, "and "as so crippled up with rheumatism that 1 had to hobble around on crutches. My knees were so stiff I ••onId hardly bend them and often I have been so weak that I have had to take to my bed for weeks at a time. More than half the time I couldn't do any work. 1 had Indigestion and stom ach trouble, too, and my back hurt so bad that I couldn't lay on my left side at ali. I tried every medicine I saw advertised and many prescriptions be sides, but kept getting worse. "Mv brother living in Atlanta told me what Taniac had done for him and lu gged me to try it. Well, sir, I have j taken four bottles in all and have thrown my crutches away for the rheu matism is entirely gone and I can jump two feet off the ground without it hurting me a hit. I am a well man in every way and feel as strong and healthy as I ever did in my life." There is a Taniac dealer in your town.—Adv. Tommy and the Medicos. Tommy—Mother, I just saved you a lot of money. Ma —How so? Tommy—Didn't you say an apple a day keeps the doctors away? Ma —Yes. Tommy—Well, I kept about six doc tors away today. Hov. 's This ? Wo offer $100.00 for any rase of catarrh that cannot be cured by HAUL'S CA TARKH MEDICINE. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is taken internally and arts i through the Blood on the Mucous Sur faces of the System. Sold by druggists for over forty years. Price 75c. Testimonials free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Friendly Advice. The fellow who tells you how run your business never offers finance the shop. THIS IS THE AGE OF YOUTH. You tvill look ten years younger if yoc darken your ugly, grizzly, gray hairs by using "La Creole" Hair Dressing.—Adv. Beading. Pa., will feed city garbage to municipal hogs. Ï *J VV/ 5 /J HAKYORAIiA^BCM^ DUCKS hND PELICAniS. said Mrs. lino j thence to aid "Quack, quack," said Mrs. Whit Duck. "Quack, quack, quack Tan-and-White Duck. "Wha* is all the fuss iibotilf?" Mr. and Mrs. White Pelican. "We had just noticed your the children," quacked the ducks. "Yes, aren't they handsome?' the pelicans. Of course, the ducks had simply said they had noticed the pelican children, they had not said they were handsome. But the pelicans said so in such a wax that the ducks were sure it must be so. even if they hud been a little doubtful about their great beauty in the first J place. They were just like their mother j and daddy—white with touches of y l- j low tind black and their feet were like j the ducks' feet—web feet. "And they'll soon be able to Uy as j well as we can." said Mother Pelican | proudly. "We are having lessons every day," j said Father l'eliettu. "They are too ! old for the nest now—much too old." "What good times we did have then.'' said Mother Pelican. "It was such l'un to find fish and take them home deli cious hits—feeding them right in the nest." "You mean right in the beaks stud their good pouches," said Father Pelican. "Well," said Mother Pelican, "I meant to say that I was in the nest and they were in the nest when I fed them. Of course the food didn't stay in the nest." "It did in a way." corrected Father Pelican. "The little ones weren't go ing out, and the food went iuto them. They were in the nest." "Oh dear, oh dear," said Mother Peli can. "Will I ever learn to speak cor rectly? Mr. Pelican is such a very particular creuture about his speech." "So it seems," said the ducks. "Well quacking is good enough for us, and we don't just care what we say when we quack." m "It's as easy to be right as wrong." said Father Pelicau iu a haughty tone, and he smiled kindly ut Mother Peli cau. "You'll learn yet, my love." "Ah, thank you," said Mother Peli can. "I suppose," said Mrs. White Duck, "that it is extremely useful to have those pouches that hang down under your beaks." "Indeed it is extremely useful." said Mother Pelican. "We can eat so much more in that way. Yes, ever so much mon?." "And of course that is a great ad vantage." said Father Pelican, in a tone as if he were telling the ducks that he owned the best part of the world. "And when they can fly they will for get they have web feet, for even though their legs are short, as ours I j ' j i j j ! j ! I I I ! I : ! I ill 4 > "It's as Easy to Be Right as Wrong," Said Mr. Pelican. are," seid Mother Pelican, "their wings will be strong. Every one knows how the pelicans can fly." But Mrs. White Duck and Mrs. Tan and-White Duck were feeling very un happy. They could not fly nearly so well ns the pelicans could, and their feet were just as bad. The Pelicans noticed that they had made the ducks very quiet, and at one* they knew that what they had spoken about feet was what made the ducks unhappy. "We are having a fish dinner," said Mother Pelican, in a society voice which she thought very superior and smart, "uud we would be honored if you would join us. It is to be given on the bank by the pond and we'd enjoy having line guests like the ducks." That made the ducks feel quite hap py again and they quacked delighted ly. "I would like to bring some delicious insects along with me," said Mrs. White Duck. "And I have some wonderful bugs— fresh today," said Mrs. Tan-and-White duck. "Can't we join our dinners to gether and all have a parly? It will be no one's party, but everyone can en j joy it." "Fine scheme," said Father Pelican, j "I approve of it as I do a great deal of the marketing, and I like to see j folks and creatures share things and be friendly." "Well, I invited them, my dear," said Mother Pelicau. » "No matter," said the Ducks, "we will come but we will bring along a few goodies too." "And u very bright idea it is," agreed Father Pelicau. HERMIT SCULPTOR IS FOUND Spends Time Modeling Little Master pieces Which He Promptly De stroys Upon Completion. J '! bo]', I Scott, or j in Yanco ' giiteel* ..I j of Briti> i spends hi j lerpiee. s j ■!• stnoiin Ho is ,\. ! himself a j ly alone, ho been earrvii d. < '•»iiimbia, iiiae in nn mo lamps them, n ia or.— ..ej.artt! a seidpior ■ Ming litt a n >f elay an is an e\e Whittier, and hi pector." Living tor the past two tit lonely investip his neighborhood, are of the simplest mbit io work with •lay. which weighs . Dut with that he of obj. i ts. iigitieer found him ! jtl't as he bad oonq.letod bits, tj. I malty red British nurse. Fdiih t'avell. I Mr. Whittier was about to iestroy tic work in order that lie might itthe elay for a miniature statue of his son. uho i»as recently killed, lie w:s. ho,> ever, persuaded to part with the bust, which is to he auctioned n ; .i,l of the Bed Cross funds. , I ■ J * Rin^i.L «•alls ntirv v«virs ,ili* • : ! n fi a*-ml claims iu Hi" S»'Ulj»tUI''s luills ; Ici ini ami it i- bis b iIm* same jiici •• of c coly flvi jiuumls. 111!* modeliMl scui'i's i T! it- RiiViTîimcnt h GREAT PRAISE FOR GOOD MEOlCiNE Fight year. Dr. Kilmer's time it lias cur customer ■ i^o we commenced selling rivaiur Root, and during this found manv friends .aiiong v ho speak, in the highest terms regarding the benefits obtained from the use of Swamp-Root. We have never heard » ringle criticism. Yerv truly yours. Mfig's drug store. June là, 1910. Centerville, Ala. Letter to Dr. Kilmer f' Co. BinaHamton, N. Y Prove Wh« Swamp-Root Will Do For You Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer 4 Co., Binghamton, N. Y ., for u sample size bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable in- formation. telling about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, lie sure and men- tion this paper. Large and medium size bottles for sale at all drug stores.—Adv. -—----- A Boy With a Future. Fills l'crrot Blister, the fly fishing expert, said at a banquet: "Tlie prime virtue of a go al angler is patience. Xo man or hoy ever do '» loped into a auccessi';:! fisherman who hadn't at least twice the pationee of Job. j "There's a boy in Shawnee who is j going io make a » 'tampion one of these : »lays. 1 haw hint fishing the other an ernoon on the hank of a creek, and I said to him : " 'W hat " 'Snigs " •What are suim " T duaiio.* said never caught none e you flsiiing aid he. the ret.' id 1. hoy. CLEARS AWAY PIMPLES Does Cuticura Ointment—Assisted by Cuticura Soap—Trial Free. On rising and ret Irin.: nees ge Wusfi smear the af Ointment. Wus£ off in five minutes with Cuticura rionp und hot water. When the skin clear keep it so by using Cuticura fift every-day toilet and nursery purposes* Free sample eAh by mail with Book, i Address post cam, Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston. Sold everywhere.—Adv. I _ _ Dangerous Performance. j "Bather a bad automobile accident here" ner *' i "So it is." "How did it happen ?" "In the usual way. A young chap in a high-powered roadster was trying to drive with one hand and press his suit with the other." Spartan Woman Suffaratf Untold Terturaa but who wants to be a Spartan? Take "Femenina" for all female disorders. Price 50c and $1.00.—Adv. If you would succeed In life begin by boasting of your successes. Boston has failed to tax war nn city lands. gardens I A Letter From Washington The Food Administrator Writes Us: The use of baking powder breads made of corn and other coarse flours instead of patent wheat flour is recommended by the Conservation Division of the Food Administration. The wheat needed for export is thus conserved, and at the same time healthful food for our own people is provided. The circulation of recipes pro viding for these uses would be of assistance in carrying out our plans." The following recipes for Corn Bread and Rye Rolls save wheat flour and make attractive and wheiesome food for every day when made with BAKING POWDER RYE ROLLS 2 cups rye Sour 5 /i teaspeon salt 3 level teaspoons Royal Eiklrv Powder % cup nfilk >4 tableipoon shortening Sift dry ingredients together, ndd mill«' and melted «j-artening. Knead cn dcured board: sh */•» into rolla. * ut into greased pans and Allow to stan? is warns " 25 minutée. Bake in moderats oven 25 tc 30 minutes. Our red. white and blue booklet "Jett War Time Recipe *" containing additional similar recipe• sent free on request. Address Royal Baking Powder Company, Dept.W, 135 Will,am Street, New York. CORN BREAD 1% cups corn meal V« cup flour 4 level teaspoons Royal Baking Powder 1 tablespoon sugar 1 teaspoon salt XVt cups milk 2 tablespoons shortening Mix thoroughly dry ingredients: add milk and melted shortening: beat well; pour into well gTCused pan and bake in hot oven about 25 minutes. JP xs ^ -G***it' V3 trfifr L . Ä L I* «mmanauM. a» rC-V WO eus t: praise of Perur, A . a t :: r r i v i -.' '• v»:-.-' rur. »! hi' : r!i c: -ci a*-!i fi;, the Ur.- . ■ ■ i" i'i r » 111:i." M r -. F. T. « ' ii<m:cr. »;;■ Fa-' iL'ir! S ! tail gu, I»!.. •- - : "Manalin best laxative <>»: , lie market fur ::•» cr :uifj l.u'velh, ver, \ gin'd lur iiiifigcstion :m<i lli;:rl bur: Those who object to liquid medi cines can secure Perur.a Tabiets. <r* i ns Jr f i r vo » ^ A* CY P'?:?una.<J§!f ine Ah 3 Cured the head ïiiiiiilBhiiH^Y ^ I J' f EÄ tir'i »«Hin .US V «*. I* • iiltüh, ■ greater v fabric. 1 lifrsf '* - -JV icUiüne Best for - rough work OVERALLS of FOR MEN, ar.d of Miss Stifel Indigo Cloth FOR WOMEN "Miss Stifel Indigo" the LM glove finish doth is of the t ame high quality as her famous, big brother. Inch for inch Stiîcl's ïodigo gives wear and sausfacticn than any ofi:«r garment I the real economy doth for v.ork clothes. When you buy, LOOK FOI? TUT? 300T trace r.iaru on the tack of the c.e.h insiir the «arme., : m«, yoercuararitL-ccï lia Ke"u : r • r iiel'c-Tudigo mSHII CL. '.. Rcir.er.' jtr i.'e.the CLOTH i . j-aur i&istuto , Overalls the; ^Ives the wear! J. L. STÎFEL & SONS Iadi.go Dyer* -und Printers V/HEELÏNG, V/. VA, Nrw York.........25>y.2 Church St. Fhiladetphu.... .....!ü|» Chtutnut St. Botfuii....... ........... Z* Brcfof'i 8». Chicago.........22 1 VV. Jackson Blvd. San I ranrieco, postal Tcirgrapb Bldg, fit. Joseph, Mo ------ Saxton bjf.k BftlMmoreM..........Cf>ra*Cc?a B\îj, fi. Louis...........92y Victoria ic. M. Paul...........2-H Rridicott BMc. Torccito.......1 A N!ar»c;irxtcr F'.ic. Winnipeg......4J0 rl uninond Fldg. Montreal.....Rf urn iJü Kcaù Vancouver..................5 06 Mcicanuia m At « 'an: wife, a young ami pretty woman, who considered herself oi,u of the lions of Canadian soeiety. The situation struck me as a prom ising one. so I listened to hear what he would say. "Mrs. I'm." he s; Mr. l'ni-inu to > <>'. She looked u| amused smile, am blissliiily: "lies a stupnl aw:l - v lr " * ;:,i - Some Satisfaction. a ball given by Lord Derby in la. writes Douglas Slnden. I watched his A. D. C. taking an impor tant politician, whom he should ha\e known perii<-t!\ well, to intro due«* him to his (the politician's) own | an i tnav I intri him with •ontimied quit d duff. . hut I'll soon as I A Big Plumber's Bill. The party ui tuuri.-:-» were wut'hir.c Pr.JesMir X a* !■ examined the wrapped body of a: ate ient Fayptian. "Juiiaiiig lr»»m C— utensils about him." remarked l •• professor, "this mummy must have been an Egyptian plumber." "Wouldn't it be iiu< resting," said a i'onmntie young lady "if we could bring him to life?" "Interesting but :< bit risky," re turned Professor X. "Somebody might have to pay him for his time."—Bos- j ton Transcript. . , ( A NatiGn s Food Supply Help to Save In lh!s time of high cost of living, cv- I erybody should upg nil possible mtuns to i prevent waste and to help save food. 'n u ! means can tie more effective than a i vigorous campaign to exterminate rats ' which destroy over two hundred million Giis complexion mask nights, do yon. dollars worth of foodstuffs annually. Keep I *7 , ' at -proof cans, stop up their holes, and above nl! exterminate them with Stearns' Paste, which can be bought ! tor a few cents at any store. A two ounce j box will usually rid a house or barn of 1 very rat It destroys mice, cockroaches I and waterbugs as well. Adv. j I Matrimonial Camouflage. Bride—You don't mind my wearing dear? Groom—Ob. sorely not; it's your not j wearing it days that's getting my goat! i The worst of a she is apt to maki tlon. bay widow is that of lier reputa tfjo Prospects Excellent. | A friend dropped in to say other day—he had been in the Blue* j Birtge region for a few weeks. H« i brought this story : j A young native, a widower of n | year, called at the shack of ti e fattier of a numerous family, and after ('eat ing about the fiush for a while, asked the parent for his daughter's hand. "So ye want to get hitched with Sal?" said the old man. "I dunno about it. Yer fust wife didn't last ye long. What are ver prospecks?" "Fine!" asserted the suitor. "All i the wimmen what sent their 'v a shin' iv lust wit : at::e !•% her su Fiait lit promised to df> •ecssor, whoe* er shff fit erhmg all right I"* I h ah r. j - ' \ : ; » t * r- e In \\ cut Captious. s e hard man into u mpiaiin •aharef t d about he other t he jilZ7« !r.'t it make noise enough t» -t: him ; "Xo. Ht Inimm r drongth." d he didn't heli ; exerting hi the* füll Whenever You Need a Genera! Tome Take Grove's The Old Standard Grove's Tdateles» chill Tonic is equally valuable as a Gen eral Tonic because it contains the well known tonic properties ot QUININE IKON. It acts on the Liver, Drives cut Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Ussild* np tbe Whole System 60 cent ^ I In Uniform, All Right. i ■ .i .• » ■ « ! *" <] - " House—\on say you are- »a i the tinny. Then why aren't vota ' dressed ns a soldier' ' U1 ' I Bagged Rogers—It's de army of *1» unomphivod. ladv, an' dis is me fu , ! a?' 11 ' uniform. j _— -- 1 _, I oh i j Edith—I hear that you have losi your valuable little dog, Mr. Sopht. Mr. Snpht—Yes: in a railway accfc d**nt. I was saved but the dog wu» killed. Edith - - What a pity. Thf* occasional use of Roman Eye PiiMiii ai night upon r* thing will prevent and re lieve tired, watery ey *. », and eye «train. Adv» The beginning <>f wisdom is g eueraJ the end of it. too.