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After Thirty-Four Years.
A Bath man has Jus? rm*lvi*o divi dend checks from some shares of a sliver mine which he bought 34 yearW ago and had forgotten all nhout. A friend who remembered the purchase told him of a notice in some paper that the mine was about to pay its first dividend and he begau to cut coupons.—Grit. Fifteen million is the average daily attendance at “movie shows” in the United States. The Effects of Opiates. THAT INFANTS in peoolltrl; mocptible to opium ud its tsHous prfpsrutions, .11 of which in umotio, is well known. Keen in the smallest doses, if continued, these opiates cause change. In the funo> tiooa ud growth of the cell, which are likely to beoome permanent, causing imbecility, mental perrenion, a Graying for alcohol or narcotic. In later life. Nerrou. diseases, such as intractable nerrous dyspepsia and lack of staying powers are a result of dosing with opiates or narootios to keep children quiet In their infancy. The rule among physicians is that children should nerer receive opiates in the smallest doses for more than a day at a time, and only then if unavoidable. The administration of Anodynes, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups and other narcotics to children by any but a physician cannot be too strongly decried, and the druggist should not be a party to It. Children who are iu need the attention of a physician, and it Is nothing Isas than a crime to dose them willfully with narcotics. Castoria oontains no narcotics if it bears the ** — signature of Chas. H. Fletcher. SV y/y/. / Oeaalae Castoria always beam the signature ol'wdrvy Getting Together. “How do you meet the high cost of living?” “You are not supposed to meet It. It overtakes you.” Love realizes its blindness shortly after the marriage ceremony. When in need of a good line of talk, patronize a telephone company. THE MOST DANGEROUS OF ALL DISEASES No organa of the human body are so Get some GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Important to health and long life as the Oil Capaulea at once. Thej are an old* kidneys. When they slow up and com- tried preparation used all over the me nee to lag in their duties, look out! world for centuries. They contain only Danger is in sight. old-fashioned, soothing oils combined Find out what tha trouble i* with- strength-giving snd ay stem-cleans out delay. Whenever you feel nervous, herbtVfll known and u.ed by phy weak, dizzy, suffer from sleeplessness, <_ .i-i. j,ji_ i,, n/iT n or have pains in the back, wake up at SSS??* **T r?i 5T ac “ c , e * once. Your kidneys need help. These are MEDAL Haarlem CHI Capaulea are im aiens to warn you that your kidneys ported direct from the laboratories in are not performing their functions Holland. They are convenient to take, properly. They are only half doing and will either give prompt relief or their work and are allowing impurities your money will be refunded. Aak for to accumulate and be converted into a t any drug store, but be sure nrfc add ani otijar poijjma. wlhich to fet the orifinal imported GOLD MEDAI. br.u4. Accept u. aubatitutM. yoi system. In sealed packages. Three sizes. HER ONE PRECIOUS MEMORY It Was Not Dread of Influenza That Led Bpinster to Dwell on Kissing Episode. The spinster waited two or three hours to he admitted to the presence of the man who visited their town once a month to retail good advice and his own proprietary medicine to the come-ons. At last she was admitted. . “Yes. yes," said the brusque doctor. r “I want to know if influenza can be transmitted by kissing?” "Beyond a doubt, madam.” “Well a man with a pronounced case of influenza kissed me." “So! How long ago was tills?” ••Well —let's see. I think It *.vas about two months ago.” “Why, madam! No harm can come to you from the exposure. It is quite too late.” “I knew It," she sighed, “hut I Just love to talk about It.” —Philadelphia Ledger. Only Popularity Worth While. I wish popularity; but it Is that popularity which follows, not that which Is run after —it is that popu larity which sooner or later never falls to do justice to the pursuit of noble ends by noble means.—Lord Mansfield. Some people do odd things for the purpose of getting even. Coffee Costs Too Much Usually in Money— Frequently in Health Instant Postum is a delicious drink, of raBIBPf coffee-like flavor, made MUI instantly in the cup. aaSSSs Economical —Healthful No Raise in Price 50-cup tins 30c lOOcup tin* 50c Mul. by POSTUM CEREAL COMPANY Battle Creek, Mich. Said by Groem and General Star* I«v>o:pad--ls ride nil the n.oi.ey you’ve -rot? Smith —Yes. but that’s enough to send you to prison ! Footpad—Here, take It back. It ain't enough to keep me out, that’s certain. Again Peace on Earth. “Jones doesn’t believe in promoting the good old idea of ‘Peace on earth and good will toward men.’ ” “What makes you think so?” “He has bought bis son a cornet.” One Test of a Vacation. A vacation is a success if the vaca tionist comes back with the conscious ness that work is an easy job. Persons not vaccinated ure not per mitted to vote in Norway. Bogin to educate your grandchil dren by educating yourself. DIDN’T HELP TO GET CLOSE Excellent Reason Why Old Gentleman Could Not Decipher the Let ters on the Card. The old man was applying at the eye hospital for some spectacles and the doctor was making n test of his eyes. A card was fixed oi» the wall tweniy feet away from where the old man was sitting, and the doctor asked him: “Can you read that, my man?" “No. sir,” said the old man. “I can’t.” The doctor told him to go nearer. “Well, can you read it now?” Again the old man replied. “No sir." The doctor angrily pulled him for ward until ills nose almost touched the placard. “Well, can you rend It now?” “No, sir.” said the old man sadly, shaking his head. "You see, sir, 1 never learnt to rend.” Chapter I. “There was once a nierderer with yellow eyes, and his wife cnld to him: •If you nierder me you will he hung.’ And he was hung on Tuesday next Finis.” —Bookman. Airy Persiflage. “An aviator lives high.” “Oh. I don’t know; only one flight up.” THS ILK MOUNTAIN PILOT. HANG NEGRO IN OMAHA iAYOR BMITH GETB MANHAN. DLED BY ANGRY MOB AFTER NEGRO. FIGHT IN THE STREETS BURN PATROL WAGON AND GUN STORES ARE LOOTED. i\>m«rn Newspaper Union News Service. Omaha, Nell., Sept. 21). —An attempt to lynch Mayor Ed I*. Smith was made by the mob which later liung William Brown, negro, to a pole. A rope was thrown around his neck and he was pulled off tlie ground twice before two police officers succeeded in cutting tlie rope and getting him into an auto mobile and away from the mpb. William Brown, colored, was dragged from tlie county jail and hanged to an ’ecfric light pole, fololwing a strug gle of nine hours to secure possession of ills body by an Immense 1110 b. A big fire started on tlio* ground tloor of file court house and the entire fire department was called out. There were more than 100 prisoners billeted in tlie Jail, which Is on the top floor of the court bouse. Immense crowds con tinued to gather, making It difficult for the fire department to reach the scene or for tlie police to protect the firemen in their work. Within ten minutes after the firemen arrived ev ery line of liose laid by the firemen had been cut. It was learned that one man, Frank Clancy, aged 20, had been killed nnd twenty*four others wounded during the fighting. The police and firemen were entire ly at the mercy of tlie mob, which had broken into gun and ammunition stores and supplied themselves with explo gives nnd weapons. Two hours after Brown lind been hanged to en electric light pole the firemen were, for tin* first time, aide to get 11 stream on tlie flames. At tin .‘•nine time, additional extension lad ders v«ere sent to the third and fourth floors, when* many of the occupants were stondlng on window ledges on the one side of tlie building that had not yet been touched by the flames. The fire, howevsr, had already de stroyed valuable records which can never he replaced. Aas soon as the nioli had accomplished its prime object It appeared. ready to subside and be gan to diminish. During the rioting a’large number of negroes were badly beaten on the streets, some of them dangerously in jured. Chief of Police Kberstetn was himself subjected to physical violence and narrowly escaped great persona! Injury when members of the force charged the crowd and led him to safe ty. Thousands of persons congregated in the downtown district, some of them out of curiosity, but great numbers showing decided sympathy for the would-be lynchers. The sheriff coupled up three lines of interior fire liose and with Ills deputies and some police of ficers attempted to cow tlie crowd by turning water on them. Instead of hnv- Imr that effect. It brought a hall of stones nnd bricks. Two Killed, Many Hurt. Salinas, Cal.—A special engineer and fireman • were killed and between twenty-five and thirty passengers in jured, according to reports, when the engine and six coaches of tlie Shore Line limited on the Southern Pacific line, hound from Ixis Angeles to San Francisco, was derailed near Coburn. Monterey county. Germans Send Mission East. Berlin. —A mixed German and en tente commission will go to the Baltic provinces soon to direct tlie movement of German troops from that region, according to a semi-official statement issued here. In order to enforce the execution of the commission's deci sions. the German government lias or dered that troops refusing to leave will have their pay stopped and will not receive further supplies. To Safeguard Interests. New York. —Stirred to action by the loss of more tl.nn $7. r K).000 in securities within a few months through thefts by absconding messengers and holdup men In the financial district, surety • mummies, stock exchange firms and hanking houses have formed an alli ance to safeguard their Interests. To Deport Natives of India. Washington.—Deportation warrants were issued by the Bureau of Immigra tion for fourteen natives of India, who were convicted at Sail Francisco for violation of American neutrality prior to the United States’ entry into the war. Railways at Standstill. London. —Tlie railway system of the whole country, with tlie exception of Ireland, is almost at a complete stand still. The great London terminals are deserted nnd tlie gates closed, a few policemen proving a sufficient guard. Noteworthy is the absence of any dis order; the completing of the tieup seems to have rendered picketing needless. Moreover, the strike lead ers have been constantly impressing the men with the importance oT keep tuff order. "CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP" IS CHILD’S LAXATIVE Look at tonguo! Remove poisons from stomach, liver and bowel a Accept “California” Syrup of Figs only—look for the name California on *the package, then you are sure ypur child is having the best and most harm less laxative or physic for the little stomach, liver and bowels. Children love its delicious fruity taste. Full directions for child’s dose on each bot tle. Give It without fear. Mother! You must say “California.” —Adv. Painter's Hard Luck. A painter at work on a water tank at Buhl, Minn., foresaw a catastrophe when a cow began to scratch her hack on the bottom of the ladder and start ed to come down. That frightened the cow and she ran her horns through the lower rungs of the ladder and started off In n ’gallop, carrying the ladder, painter, paint and all. The louder he yelled the faster the cow traveled. It was but a short ride for the painter, who struck the ground uninjured, hut the cow carried the lad der for a quarter of a mile. — “CARRY ON”! If Constipated, Bilious or Headachy, take ‘'Cascarets” Feel grand! Be efficient! Don’t stay sick, bilious, headachy, constipated. Re move the liver and bowel poison which is keeping your head dizzy, your tongue coated, your breath bad and your stom ach sour. Why not get a small box of Cascarets and enjoy the nicest, gentlest laxative-cathartic you ever experi enced? Cascarets never gripe, sicken or inconvenience one like Salts, Oil, Calomel or harsh pills. Cascarets bring sunshine to cloudy minds and half-sick bodies. They work while yon sleep. Adv. Another Cousin? A little Angeleno hoy had spent sev eral weeks In the East where several families of cousins lived who were very fond of him and consequently had done many nice things to make his visit a pleasure. A few nights after Ids return home, when his mother was getting him ready for bed, she was tolling him about Cod and how good He was to him. when the little boy Interrupted: “Sny mother, Is (Jod a cousin, too?” —Los Angeles Times. Watch Cutioura Improve Your 8kln. On rising and retiring gently smear the face with Cuticura Ointment. Wash off Ointment In five minutes with Cuticura Soap and hot water. It Is wonderful sometimes what Cuticura will do for poor complexions, dandruff, Itching and red rough hands.—Adv. Widows Must Not Remarry. In Korea widows never remarry. Even though they have been married only a month they must not take a second husband. ATTENTION! I Sick. Women I To do your duty during these trying 7i -> I times your health should De your first consideration. These two women / \ tell how they found health. / HeU&m, Pa.—“l took Lydia E. Plnkham’a Vep- f stable Compound tor female troublee and a dis- [ -fT 1 | j placement. I felt all rundown and wa«Tery week. —/V Ji. -==> <J - —« I I had been treated by a phytician without results, I I so decided to give Lydia E-Plnkham’. Vegetable Compound ll]/ —’ I i | H I Bm • trial, and felt better right away. lam keeping house Onf | u f 111 since lest April and doing ell my housework, where before _ ij /Jjj I wee unable, to do any work. Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vege- '/i , table Compound is certainly the best medicine a woman can (J /A ! / take when in this condition. I giro you permlsaion to publish II7rTV i IgZ I this letter.”—Mrs. E. K. CnuuHNO, It. No. 1, Hellam, Pa. I *ll Vjen A - Mich.—“l suffered from cramps and dragging rj. !—ii—^Kg down pains, was irregular and had female weakness and ’’'wg ~l * f "* displacement. I began to take Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vege- \ (v. table Compound which gave me relief at once and restored rw 7 Bffl my health. I should like to recommend Lydia E. Pinkham’s II A ijf/fl remedies to all suffering women who are troubled in a simi- II 1 t>B lar way.”—Mrs.Eus£llEiM,B.No.4, BoxB3.Lowoll.Mich. / JJ U j J I I Why Not Try \/ £ LYDIA E. PINKHAMS V I VEGETABLE COMPOUND I IYPIA C.PtNKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN, MASS. W WRKIEYS gc a package O before the war 5c a package during the war 5c a package NOW THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! K7 See What He Started. Struck by the notice, “Iron sinks.” in a shop window a wag went inside and said he was perfectly aware of the fact that “Iron sank.” Alive to the occasion the smart shop keeper retaliated: “Yes, and time files, hut wine vaults, sulphur springs. Jam rolls, grass slopes, music stands, sheep run, Kent hops nnd holiday trips, scnndal spreads, standard weights. India rubber tires, the organ stops, the world goes round, trade returns, and —” But the visitor lind bolted. After collecting ills thoughts he returned nnd showing his head at tlie doorway, shouted: "Yes I know, and marble busts.”—Irish World. Expensive Pet. “Tiiere’s an atmosphere of wealtli about tills home.” “Do you judge from the size of tlie house, tlie ample garage in tlie rear, the maid sweeping down the front steps and a gardener busy on the lawn?” “No, I Judge by tlie size of the dog on the veranda. Any body who can afford to feed a Great Dane these days must have plenty of money.”—Birmingham Age Herald. Use for Fat Ones. “And that stout son of yours. What is lie doing?” “Oil, he’s a hammock tester.” Wise Men and women are having their old garments dyed instead cd buying new ones. We do suc cessful dyeing, also cleaning. The Model Cleaners and Dywr* 1317 BROADWAY, DENVER. COC<X BUh'B L-akker’S I HfiSSwl HAIR BALSAM I A toilet prn*r»tto« et mtmfL ■ [Svt Ji -1 yy\ EC*- naditOOmt M HINDERCORNS^c^ox- Ioaiw. ate., stops all pals, ensures awnfort U feet. Makes wslklnr et*». Wo. by imel lor at IfM |Ma Hteoox Cbealeal Works, ratshogno. Z. T. Br. de Runs Away. Sonic time ago I attended tlie wetP ding of my cousin. It was a quiet af fair, the pastor coming to the boM When lie was Just about to proiwnroce them mail and wife the bride begun to cry nnd ran Into the other room* The groom followed her saying* "Mary, he isn’t tiirough yet,” Reflections of a Flatterer. Odd thnt we should call it a dumb* waiter when It tells us what everyouu else In the house Is talking aboot>-~ Boston Transcript.