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' POTATO FLOUR INDUSTRY Clue! ol Dehydration Bureau Predicts It Will Revolutionize Food Situation in the United States. M11J. L 0. I'rcsoott, chief of tlio dehydration bureau, chemistry division, department of -'Krlculliire, sounded h mile nf national Interest nt llio recent Wisconsin -wdnln xpnslllon In mi address before tho I'nlnlo Association of America .vhen ho discussed tlio possibilities of tin innniifnclliru of 1'tituto Hour .km! Iim dehydnillMi of llin voRctnhlo In tin- United Slates. Tim niiiiiiifiirttirn of polnto flour Id ii brand now Industry In till cniin try.' wilil Major l'roscott. "Thorn urn only two mills In operation now. Thoso II to ;t Iilillm rails, IiIiiIhi. unit Canton, I'll. Hilt 1 mil sum Hint the Industry will grow to viiKt prnHirloiiH In llio next fi'W yenrs mill will cnuso n llnl ihuinio, If 'lot ii revolution, In tho fond supply situation In llio Unlli'il Kluli". "Tho polnlo crop of llio United Slntes Is now IHMI.immmxk) bushel. Willi llio now market nfTonlcil llin farmer liy mtnto flour mills, I expect to nro It reiieh ii Mllloii bushel. "ftorinuiiy linil thrvo dehydration ptaiits In 1IK0. Tndny It hns 1,000. Potato Hour nnil tlohdriitod vegetables enabled (Jermwiy o liolil out In llio vur iim lone us It illil. "floncrnl Pershing Inst Hoplemher ordered .10,000 tons nf dehydrated vege table sent to tlio soldiers In I'raiice. 'I'lili tonnage will occupy nncsxth too shipping spare Hint woiilil lmvo boon ni-eossnry for vegetables not dchydrali-d. Dehydration mentis u great saving In shipping oxpciisn ns well iih shipping Kimcc. CniilU'il tninntnos shipped rrom California enn lo Inlil down In l'ranco for 157 .. enso. Tlio same umoiint of fooit vnluo In tliu smno vegetable run Im shipped llio sumo tlltiliinco for 70 cent. "Tlio liiipiiiliini'o of tliln saving tan ho ktter appreciated when It Ii Imown Hint llio vn si proiHirtlnn nf tlio populntlnn of tlio United Htaloa In foil on fpfxl shipped from W) to 2,m) miles. "All tlio pioti'ln. tnlnt'nil salts ii tut vltamlnc In llio potnlo nre preserved In potnto Hour boenuse il,o Hour In iiimlo from tlio unpooloil polnto. Tlio Hour linn 1! per cent lilRlior foml viilno tlmu wheal Hour." r44wM-H-r-t--t-w-t-j:iTcll Character of Child fiHIfiKFN HOUSE ? By Number of Days It Was NEEDS VENTILATION f 5-H-H'1"f'-t-f-l-t-H'H-W flood ventilation In llio chicken 11111110 In essential to success In tlio poultry business, nccnrdlng to Ilos At. Hhcrwood, poultry liiisliiinilry special lat In tho extension division of tlio Knnsn Htnto Agricultural college. "Jim two methods iiiokI roimnonly used aro tlio open-front house nnil llio ctirtnln-front house." Knlil .Mr. Hber wood. "Tlio open front provldoH tlio tiiitnt froci ttlr nnil In giving excellent result In sotno section, Imt tniiuy persons flnil It doslrnblo lo lmvo cur inlns thnt limy lio placed ovor mint of tlio openings during linil wonther. It Iimh boon found Hint ti house cloned on Hirco sides mill tightly curtiilned on tlio south does not provldu enough fresh nlr. To remedy t li Ik. ii narrow opening In often mndo Juxt tinder tlio rnflem. This cannon n freer clrculu llmi of nlr Hum In possible with nil tlio opening curtiilned, nnil yet doen not nllnw ttin wind to Mow on tlio fowls." Tlio Inrgu curtntned openings nlioilld lie from .'III to HO Inclien from tlio Hour In order Hint tlio wind nmy not Hwecp In directly upon tlio flock. During tlio summer uumtlin opening on Hie oilier Hides of tto MilMInc nrc neccnMiry to mnko It cool mipurIi Hint tlm fowln will roost Hicre. Tlieno open ings fiiould lio to Hiriiled Hint tlio birds will not bo In n direct draft during tho lilglit. TIichu cxtrii npenlnpi tlinuld lie clohi'd tlglitly In winter. "Old King Colo" of Nursery Fame an Ancient Sovereign Tlio llrtt reference lo "Old King Colo," llio "merry old Hold" of tlio fniu oun nursery rliyme. wnn mndo In n book written by Dr. Wllllnin King. who won born In 10:13. It In prolinlilo Hint tlio irniig wnn composed In tlio seventeenth century, uttlmusti notuo .nvonllgnlorH Hilnk it much older. Hntllwell Identlflca tho merry moimrch with Colo or Cool, u ncmPmytlilciil I;lng of Hrltiiln, who In nupposed to lmvo reigned In tlio third century Tho Scotch nlnn lmvo nn "Old King Coul," mild to lmvo lived In the llfth century, l'rectnnn mid other hlnto rlunn Miy n King Colo ruled llrltnlu In tho wxtli century. Thero nro ninny who niwort Hint tho reference to tlio plpo Indicates thnt Old King Colo lived tit n period lifter Itnli ldi linil In troduced tohnrco Into Kurope, but thin duos not neceHsurlly follow, nn n "plpo" might menu u mimical Instrument. Born After ti New Moon Thorp Ii n very ancient superstition which Kiiyn Hint It In ponslhlo to tell tlio iipproxlmnto rhurnclcr of n child by tlio number or ilnyn It wan born lifter tho iippcnrmico of tlio new moon. flic following aru tho mo.it Important Inillcatlonn: If born within twenty-four hnnrn after n new moon tlio child will live to n good old nge, mid practically ev erything ho undertakes In lira will ho ouceeniful. If born within two ilnyn after tho new moon the child will ho fortunate, particularly In uccldvnlul thlugn. If upon tho third day, thl- pernnn will nclilovo Micconn, largely through tlio help nud itKKlMuncu of others. If upon tho fourth dny, tho child will not bo ho Hucccxsful In life, and may lmvo (several serious lllucsseH. Horn upon tho fifth dny, nueh n per- sou will provu succeKHfitl If euro be till: en to start ccrtalu enterprises ut certain times. Tlio nlxth In not u good day, lis u rule. Uieuins nro untrustworthy. Tho ncvcntli ilny'n child will lmvo many troubles hut will comiuer them all. On tho eighth, micccks; dreiuun will provo helpful and Ion articles found. Itlchen unit honor uwnlt tho child born upon tho ninth dny. Tho tenth day In unfavoruhlo on tho whole, especially to boyR. A long, happy llfo to thoso burn on tho eleventh day. All dreams of tho twelfth-day child will provu truo quickly. When British Took Gurna In 1914, Arabia Was Put on Map by the Operation At Hie Junction of tho TlgrU nnd Ittiphrtitcn rivers 100 mllen from tho I'erslnn gulf In tho town of (lurnn, Tlio few toiirlstn who, In unto-bellum ilnyn. nnyn n writer In Asln Mn fu ll ne. culled lit Ourim wero told to look with reverenco nt tlio Vml, for liero was the iirlglnnl flnrdeii of llih u. Ill December, 11)11. tho llrllUh took (lurnn mid Anibbi was iiutontho map. Tho mlvnnrp which llrltlh arms mado III tho laud of tho Arab was Important In proportion, nn tho (Ioniums regard ed Arabia an Important. Atabln looni"i largo i.n the Teutonic hoilznil becaumi It wnn tho dour lo "Mllti'l Ku topa" nnd lieniiiw It in the cradle of Islam. Hhice Mum In profeiiil by llio majority of the population In Tur liev, mid (VI.inhi.ikk) of Indians, mid .0,000,000 of lliinnlnnn, and '.N.000,000 In llio Knot Indies, mid IZ.OOO.OOO In l!gyit. mid fl.ooo.ooo In Persia, nnd n.om.iKS) in Afghanistan, and 8,mki,0ki In Clilnn Islam wan conslilered worthy of an attempt ut wedlock, holy or un holy. If yon look nt tlm tnnp of Hip Med llormnenn you will neo Hint Cjprun seenu to have a great linger which points Just to where Asia Minor bends down sharply tn form the Hyrlnn const. N'apoloon noticed thin more t linn 100 years ago mid suggested that there lay llio key to any situation which would Involve Hint pnrt of Hie world. Fol low the linger nud It Is Mgnlllciiut that tho objective of tho Ilrlllsh cam paigns In Palestine mid Mcsopotahilft wnn Alleppo, Thenco drnw the line straight neniKn, mid you draw wllh al most uncanny nccurncy tho northern linguistic boundary of Arabia, Why the Barber Polols Painted Red and White Tho timber polo Is n Mitivcnlr of tho dnys when all kinds nf business were represented by pictorial signs, Inrtely becausi ability to read was not im ernl, An explanation of the Imrlwr polo Is that It coiiios from Hip time when hnrberlug was done by surgeons or physicians nud when the practice Of liiQMlIng for' Oil kinds of Illness pre vailed. Th barber stripes, according to jlif explBlintlon. iilelur tho Uooil sinn oil white cloth so frfsiupntly to do (iiisorvKl after tnkluc Uio bleeding irentinnit. The bnrbr wlo lus noth ing io do with national colors. . Now for Motor Sleighs. TJio wiwonsmt'i first motor slelgli, deflMmt for mall delivery work In AUtim. has Immi shlpiw) from Cleve MIKl. U i 18 feat long. S fnl wide AM la exBactnl to cover nt least IS) nil lbs of Ice mid snow track n tlHjr. with u burden of BOO pounds t iiinll. rrctent delivery Is wado by dog tcmnn. Cotton In Egypt. Area p.tnnt1 to cottor. tn Kgypt In about lrir8,(XlO ncres, com in red with JiQl.OOQ last year, Wuthcr Is favor able. But .on account of decrcused .arrciign tuo production must bo Shoe Manufacture in China is Conducted by tho Women All Clilnn btnys homo on wet days. WhyT Uocauso Chlncso shoes nro mado wholly of cloth, through which tho water readily runs; hence, to keep dry feet, tho Chlniso slay In doors when It rains. Chlncso shoos ii ro mado by women. Early In child hood they learn tho work, and hus band and father and sons aro all shod by (ho work of tho women of the household. It tho women can make moro Mine than their own men re quire, then they stilt mnko shoes to bo Mild In tho shops. The tiny shoos of tho housowlfo uro mado In tho pri vacy of her own bedroom, not oven tlio husband watching her work. Tho shies of tho shoes nro mndo of new cloth, unj thing from eheiipest cotton to richest Velvet. Soles nro mndo of several thicknesses of cloth or paper put together with isisto, with new cloth on tho outside. The Miles uro from n half Inch tn two lucliij thick. Tho thlcknesi of the snlu Is un evi dence of tlio tliuindnl standing of tho wtwrcr. Canadn Appropriates Large Sum to Lend Municipalities A fund of $23.IHI,000 has been cre ated by Hid dominion government from which amounts In proportion to popu lation may bo borrowed by tlio govern ments of tho various provinces for ap plication toward bettering tho housing conditions of wiiro earners. The pro vincial governments probably will ad vanco tho money to municipalities de siring to attempt ii betterment ut huusllig conditions of Industrial work' urs, .'.llhough tho order In council set ting aside tho fund provides that It may bo administered through tuuiilct pulltlcs or otherwise. Wood and Coal. Investigations by the agricultural department show thnt one standard cord of well cammed hickory, oak, beech, birch, hurt! maple, ush, elm, lo rust or cherry wood Is approximately equal to ono ton (2,000 pounds) of un Ihriicltu. A cord nnd u hnlr of soft ninplo or two cords nt cedar, poplar or basswood aro required tn glvo tho snmo amount of heat. Ono cord nf well seasoned mixed wood equals tit least ono ton ut average grade bitu minous coat. WORDS OF WISE MEN Ilncrgy of will depends upon depth of emotion. Mnrtcnsou, A nnrrow mind will not mi ni Ire, neither will a conceited ono. A mnn living nmtd tho advan tages ami activities of H.o nine teenth century Is n condensed Mothusnloh. timplu. Tho beginnings of selt-dccci-Hon aro so slight that they aro likely to ho unnoticed until tho habit Is llxed upon us. Wo can scarcely bo too strict and hnnett with ourselves In llttlo matters nud largo ones. Food Price Increase Shows Sixteen Per Cent Average An nvcrngo Increusn of 1(1 per cent In tlio cost of UJ basic food cominodl ties throughout tho United States dur lug tho year ended with September was shown In figure mii" pulsic by tho labor department h bureau of sta tistlcs, 'the ngures aro IiiikciI on prlco quotations received monthly from moro than '.',000 retail Mores. Haiti moro led tho cities of tho country with an Increase of ll.i per cent, while Salt I-aku City showed the lowest, 10 per cent. Other points showing u high In creusn were Seattle, Wash., lil per cent.i Hcranlou, I'i, l'1.:i per cent.? San Francisco, 20.(1 per cent.! HIeh. inonil, Vn., ".0.0 per cent. : Charleston, K. C, aw per cent; Portland, Ore., 2C per cent.: Atlanta, (la., 30.0 per cent) I.ns Angeles, 111.0 per rent! Wathlng. ton. 1. C, 10.1 per cent ; nnd Mem phis, 1(1.1 per cent. 01D PflESCRIPTIOH FOR WEAK KIDNEYS Hsre jou em toprt to rson why It Is that M tnnny products thai nro s trnslvfly advertised, nil si once drop nut of tlshl snil ri soon fnrpntton' Tlw rtnsnn I plita Hie artirle did not tulu1 the proinirti bf the msiiufscturri This applies mors pattlculnrly to s inr.lldnc A mrdicinal prrpsriition that Itn leal rurative value almost sella itsrH, aa like an endless chain srslrm the remedy la loeotnmendrd by thoso who hari xrti UarfiteJ, to those wh'. ale In need ol It A prominent drussist sovs, "Tnke for example Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Itont, a prrtxratlon I have sold for many ytnrt and never liciil.ito to recommend for In almost every case It shows enrllrtit r suits, aa msnv nf inv rustomera testify No other kidnry remedy that 1 know of has so Urge a sale." ' According to twnra atatementa and vsrlfifd testimony of thousanda who hae wed Hie rrcp.iMtlon. Hie success of l)r humeri K amp-lion la uue to the tart that so many people r).t!m, It fall Till a) al most every wish in ovucomlng kidney, liver and bladder allmcnta, corrects ur- narv tmublet and neutral ica the utlo aclil which rausra rheumatism, ion may receive s sample lvollle of Swamp-Iloot by Parcel Post. Addtess l)r. Kilmer tt Co., Itlnsliamtnn. N V.. and rnrloso ten rentsi Also mention this paiier. Ijiren and medium sire bottles for sale at all drug stores. Adv. Llchti Deautlfy Qarden. Tho terrace In front of u huge laun dry plant has been hemitllled with u peculiarly bountiful pigu which Is thu combined product of mi oleeiibian's and ii gardener's skill. Dich letter In outlined In electric bulbs t-ct In u sheet metal frame which Is palntei! whltu on tho lii-ldo tu icllect the light. In Hh) nreu Inclosed by each lininl letter geiiinlums liavo been plsii'.ed. Tho sign Is very beautiful by usy jnl doubly so at night whi-n tho lights lllumlnnto the Howe,-, .ii-eonllug to Popular Mechanics MiigAxlue. Tho electric hullis aru invereil villi ordb nnry Jelly glasses, tu proloe; die How ers from thu beat nnd the bulbs from tho woollier. western. madsm is as profitable as Grain Growing . in western canaaauraiaurowins is spr nt maaer. names kaine, GtierDanJ lloea hrlnrarrnstntucerss. k'a riiv tn nrosDcr utters you 'f can iiusgU to -JO tu. ol wlieat to the acre soil buy on easy terms. Land at $15 lo S30 Per Aero IT. setke Ttaltmy and Land Co'a. are onrlns nnuaual Initecrmtnts tn tionte t seckerstoarttlelnWeatrrnCanalUamtcnJoylitrprosperity. Loantmado for the purchase ol stock or Mlxr f .trmlns requlmutnte can be had at low Intern!. Tho tiso ot soft coal will make Innn dry work' heavier lids winter, led Cross Hug lllivj 'will help In remove Hint grimy look. At nil grocers, tie. You Det She Did! Mrs. Illinium "Do you lilts movies Willi initio lends?" Mrs. Heupeek "No. I llko them whore tho male is Jeih" ThfitWi'fTirnn(ifi(lhefVimlfI'in mrnS Pmvlnr?! of MAnltnlia. Sukalchfw wnn and Albtru extend crcrr encouratf eroe Jt tu the f jrrocr mnd raochmam You ctn obtiln c xcellrnt land at low prices on rur tcrmi, and crt blub prices r your Rralntcattlo abecpanu lioaslaw Ut (dou on --ti,. iprovtctnentnK goad markeu find uSipplns facilltlet, ire eLfJiHBMBki imnrovctnenfMr. rood markni and Lhtonlnff Khoola, cliurcbctt ppJendid dimata and iur crop. BuktUhan tw AlU ru. rriiMsd itllmil M, tl. appv to Ospawlauwirti ( 1st laamlrriMa OtUw. CtUMdi. 1 I W. V. DENNETT, Room i, Be Balldlnf , OMAHA, NEB. Canadian Qovernmcnt Agent Mors to Answer For. Meeker (roprot Ingly) You unco promised to low., honor and obey me, HorleiiHO. Mrs. Meeker (now u militant sulT) Well, In paraphrase Mr. ItooKcvolt, show me u woman that doesn't iiinke nils t'kes mid I'll show jou u woman thnt doesn't do things, lturfalo V.x-press. Important to Mothers Kxnmluu carefully every hottlo ot CASTOltIA, that famous old remedy for Infanta and children, and seu that It Hears tho Signature In Uso for Over i!0 lears. Children Crv or Flutclier's Caalorla Lott. "Hut what was his cousin for want lug to niarryl" "None whatever. A man loses that before ho does II." Visitors. Knleker Why uro your wife's folks coming lo lstt ou7 Ibifker They think I wnnt lo lmvo their personal counsel. How's This? ' We offer 1100.(0 far any cuse of catarrh that cannot be cured by HALL't) UATAIUIH MRDtCINIC. II ALU'S (.'ATAllllll iti:DICtNi: Is tek. en Internally nnd acta through the Illood on the Mucous nurtures of llio Hyslem. nom ry arugsinis ior over tony yesre Partlculari, Lawyer "IMiS I he defendant go bouie In the Interim ?" Witness--"No, sir. Ho went homo In n luxl." Valuable Opsee. "So .toil think people aro too fat ns n rulol" "I do." reptleil tho roiidurlor. "It everjlmdy was thinner there'll bo room for moro peopiu In stand up lo llio cur." A Wlie Suggestion. Ilenluiiii I've got his gnat. Mrs. lli'iiliniu I'd keep It, with present cost of cows' milk. hn Don't t lil nl: for a moment Hint any man Is Interested In our troubles unless he Is u hiw.or. Influenza and kindred diseases start withacold. Don't trifle with it. At the first shiver or sneeze, take CASCARA fe? QUININE Ettsnriard rold remedy for 10 year 4n tablet for m Mfs. sure, no opisir brsdks up a tt4d in 34 hours fellcvet crip In S days. Money bark If It f Ails. The s'nulne bos lias a tied top Un Mr. iun'atsetura. At All Uruj bloits. I'rlce 7(c, Testimonials free. r, J, Cheney a Co., Toledo, Ohio. It Is in nceord Willi llio etoctml Ill ness ot things that ghosts should wall; In tho dead of llio night. When ii husband and wife uro ol1 tho hiiiiio mind It Is u pretty sufo bet thill tho mind belongs In the wifo. Ilr. tierce's Pleasant Pellets isit ait end t tkk ao.1 Missis lirs.laehee, n,wtlcll, ,llsst lirss sod iDtllttstlAti. "Olesn Imsisv." AUr Pcopto would moot with fewer dis appointments. If they didn't expect moro Hum they deserve. The man who bows to tho Inevitable seldom does It as it matter of court cay. j.H..H..H.4l,..i,,i..H,;j ! SNIILES FOR ALL 3 rH4WTlrfrWHM-l A Permanent Sufferer. "I don't like the wny this road ll run," said tho Irritable passenger!" "Whnt right lmvo you to klckl" said Hip conductor, "you only lmvo to iimko this trip onco In it while." 8tumpet for 8ure. T h o actor should forget Hint ho has mi audi Mice," said Hit critic. "That's easy." foplled tho nctor. Tho hard part Ii tn forget that he hasn't one." Correlation, "I liwr your iluughtui- rnlaed every thing before her." "So sho did, hut I rnlsed tho dual." Peitlmlitle, Ilmersnnlnn Dii jou bellevo In Hit luw of compensation? Poor Man I do; but I nm also con vlnccd of the law's delays. For Revenue Only. "Willi nil your debts you have tho assurance lo usk for the band of ill) da il gli tort W Ii ii t nro you thinking oft" ".My debts." rVeWarr' Spotted. Illicit What's become nf Hie mnn wiui used to lay up something for m, rulny day? Wing I saw him this morning, and ha was buying it spare tiro I Dack to the Old Ways. "It seems tiutsr." "Vhut docsi" "To admit ouco mora that I ttf man ot peace." I'iiIIIi will move mountains tr bucked up with sulllclent work. SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY CLEANSES YOUR KIDNEYS For centuries COM) MI'DAL Haarlem Oil his been n standard household rcrne ly for kidney, liver, bladder and ttomncli trouble, and all diseases connected with th.- urinary organs. The kidueys and blad der are the must important orgins of the lsdy. They em the inters, tho purlllers of your Mood. If tho poisons which enter your system through tho blood nnd stom ach nro not rntitely thrown out by the kidneys and bladder, you aro doomed. Wenrmrse, sleeplessness, nervousness, dcsiHindcncv, backailie, stomach trouble, headache, jsiln in loins and lower abdo men, gsll stones, gravel, difficulty when urinating, cloudy nnd bloody urine, rheu matism, sclntlta and hunhngo, all warn you tn look after your kidneys nnd bladder. Alt these indleato some weakness of the kldnevs or other organs or tint the enemy mlcrolica which re always present In J our ststein hnvp attacked your weak spots. (1(11.1) MKD.Mj Haarlem Oil Capsules are what j on need. TVv ar- not a "patent medicine," nor a "new discover)' " Tor fK) years they have Is-en a standar.i household remedy, They nro the-pure, original iniirleil ll.iar lent Oil your Kiwit-ariindinotlicr used, and tiro perfectly harmless. Tho healing, sooth ing on soaks into thn cells mm lining of the kidncya and through the bladder, driv ing out tho poisonous germs. New life, fresh strength and health will come ns jou rontlnuo tho treatment. When complete ly restored to your usual igor, lontiuue taking a capsule or two each day; they will keep you III condition and prevent a re turn of the disease. Do not deliy n minute. IM.ijs nre ea pceially dangerous In kidney anil bladder trouble. All druH-'s sell tlOI.I) MKIIAI. Haarlem Oil Capsules. They will lefiind the money If not represented. (101,11 MI'DAI, Haarlem Oil Capsules are Im ported direct from Hie Islmratorlcs In Hol land. They nre prepared In correct pin titv and convenient form, are easy to take nnd nro iKi-lthely guaranteed tn give prompt relief. In three sires, sealed pack sees. A-? for ths nriuinal Imported 'IOI.D MKDAI. Acirpt no lubstltutes. Adv. ATTENTION! Sick. Women To do your duty during these hying times your health should be your ri consideration. These two women tell how they found health. Hollam, Ta. "I took Lytlla E. rinkhfttn'H Vej. ctalle Compound for femalo troubles and a dis placement. I felt alt run down nnd was very wealc. 1 had been treated by a physician without reiulti. so decided to gtvo Lydla K. I'lnklinm's Vegctablo Compound n trial, and felt better right nwnjr. I am keeping houso since last April nnd doing nil my homework, whero beforo I wasunnblo to do any work. Lydla K. I'lnklinm's Vege table Compound la certainly tlio best medicine a woman can take when In tblscondltlon. I etru you permission to publish this letter." Mrs. H. It. Cituiiu.Na, 11. No. i, Hellara, l'a. Lowell, Mich. "I sufforcd from cramps and dragging: down palm, was Irregular nnd had femalo weakness and displacement. I began to tako Lydla ll l'lnkham'a Vege table Compound rhlch garo mo relief at once nnd restored my health. I should llko to recomtnoud Lydla K. l'lnkham'a remedies to all suffering women who aro troubled Inn simi lar way." Mri.KLisullEiM.H.No.e, Hox83,Lowell,Mlch. Why Not Try LYDIA E. PINKHAM S VEGETABLE COMPOUND LYDIA. E. PINKHAM MtOICIHE CO. LYNN, MASS. Itching Rashes 1 Sootketl With Cuticura t IMrsris I Kos. B, III st m.sl S i t Tslrnni Aceurate Knowledge, "Hay, Jim, what uro tluni selsmn gniphst" "Why, they're tho signal for earth quakes to start going, bo." -r- Kfuno rien inako opportunities for others to take udvantiigv of. Coughing; ta annoylne and tiarmluL KsUre tlnal Irrllallsn, Urklinf anil ct fid ef couiks, cuMa and tioartsuvss ut nee by uXlnz PISO'S j u - nam