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Nature like a beneficent MOTHER has placed within our reach,» remedy for every pain if we only knew of it. Search for these valuable healing agents is one of the great objects of science. Occasionally, the merit of a tree, bush, or weed is stumbled upon, | as did the North American Indians ' who discovered the healing proper- j ties of the Mullein plant, and used it j for centuries with such good results for cute, bruises and swelling.—A 1 modern remedy has been suggested ; from this fact, known as MUL-EN-OL. The properties of Mullein leaves ere combined with the latest known antiseptic and healing chemicals, pro ducing a compound of rare merit,— which destroys the poisonous germs that swarm in cuts and wounds,— while the Mullein exercises a gentle healing and stimulating effect. ■ also quickly relieves Rheumatic pain, —swellings, inflamed gums, and ach ing teeth. It has been found that colic, cramps and some forms of indigestion are promptly benefited by a dose of MUL-EN-OL In hot water. Such valuable remedy as MUL-EN-OL. should be kept in every household as the nearest approach to a good Doctor one can get. It Story of the Recovery of a Ring. A peculiar Instance is reported by Leon Chapin, a nearby farmer, who had the good luck to kill the fowl that had so long concealed bis in fant son's gold ring. This valuable little article, a gift from the child's disappeared two grandmother, months ago. | Although it had been much sought trace of it could be bad until for no last Sunday, when it was brought to chicken pie dinner held at their family residence, covered by a member of the fami.y at the bottom of the pan which held the chicken pie.—Perry dence Rochester Post-Express. light at a It was dis oorrespon A Painless Death. A teacher in the factory district of New Jersey town had been giving the Children earnest lectuTos upon the poisonousness of dirt. One morning a little girl raised her • hand excitedly and pointed to a boy who seldom had clean hands. she said, "look quick! He's a "Teacher,' Jimmie's commutin' suicide ! suckin' his thumb.''—Success Maga tine. Cleveland's example in forbidding theatrical managers to permit late comers to take their seats during the orogress of the play illustrates again «^simplicity of the Western mind I to the New York World. To appear j at 'the opera on time, Cleveland may not know, is as bad form as to re main silent during the performance. mum r iJNTO THcHOySE. (3 jDHÎÏYôÔTfèliOT \VElX 'WANT YOU TO TAKE PAW-PAW PlidL/ 1 ER (MY DEAR.THESE SLIPPERS . FI NÉ. THEY certainly in* THAT PAW PAW F El THËRËVr* is hop e) r: ERL •*. THAT V & XL RESOLVED THAT NOTHING D TO BMBHMWBBW Kunyon'a Paw Paw Pills coax th® liver into activity by gentle methods. They do not scour, gripe or weaken. They are a tonic to the stomach, liver and nerve»; invigorate instead of weaken. They en rich the blood and enable the stomach to get alt the nourishment from food that is put Into It. These pills contain no calo mel ; they are soothing, healing and stim ulating. For sale by a)) druggists In 10c and 25c sizes. If you need medical ad vice. write Munyon's Doctors. They will advise to the best of their ability abso lutely free of Charge. MUNYON'8, 63d and Jefferson Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. A SKELETON Now Mrs. I. A. Decker of Clyde, Ky., Says She is Well and Happy, Through Tak ing Cardui. •* Clyde, Ky.—"I can safely recom mend Cardui, the woman's tonic, to . any lady who is in need of medicine, writes Mrs. I. A. Decker, of this place. "It has been very beneficial to me ind I can say that there is nothing like it for weak women. "For five years I was bot able to d j my work. "Half of my time I spent '»t bed. I suffered with female weakness ind took such nervous spells I could not stand on my feet. I suffered with back and side, and fell off till I became a skeleton. "At last I took Cardui and now I i un well and happy and can do my own work." Cardui is prepared from the natura! plant, not from mineral, synthetic compounds, and contains no coal tar products or other results of laboratory j experiments. The Cardui ingredients are import ed at great expense directly from ibroad and have been used for nearly half a century in the manufacture of this famous tonic medicine for worn •• my Safe, reliable, prompt, yet gentle in action by preventing unnecessary pain and building up strength. Cardui has ihown itself a necessary remedy for | weak women. Try it. N. B,—Writ« to: Ladles' Advisory Dept, i Chattanooga MSdlcifte Co., Chattanooga, i Tenn., f or Special Instructions, and 64 page book, "Home men. aertt in plain wrapper, on request. __J__j A New Jersey- legislator wishes to j establish a marriage lottery. earth does he think it is now ? J shout» the New York American. j tn. What I < r. I *?4 >T« ►?< >74 ►?<►?« >7« Ü4 Mb ►?« »T< | ' j j 1 ; «5 'J Si •i » S » » a 4* Where Material for ä t Manufacture of Cloves 4 *2 Comes From 7 Ms G. Hughes fn Glovers Review £« C£4 l£4 •£« •£« «i« *£19£4 Î» The dusky native tending his fiock of Mocha sheep along the sun baked coast of British Elast Africa and on the sweltering plains of Arabia knows as little of the faraway lands that are the ultimate destination of the pelts of the animals he guards as does the average wearer of a Mocha glove of the origin of f he leather from which it is made. Abci^t thirty years ago, when the last of the antelope disappeared for ever from the Western plains of America the question of a skin which might be substituted in/ the manufao ture of leather was a serious one to the glove manufacturers county, New York, and other centres of the industry, telope skins had dressed into leather knov-n as doe. skin, from which a very good quality of glove was made. Lightweight deerskin and shamo.v dressed lambskins were resorted to, bet they did not prove satisfactory, and the problem was causing no enu of worry to manufacturers when an epoch was marked in the leather dressing business by the discovery that the skins of the haired sheep of Africa and Arabia could he made into leather which was even better than that of antelope for glove purposes It was M. S. Northrup, a pioneer glove manufacturer of Jamestown, N. 7 ., who after patient experimenting succeeded in producing the leather from the skins of these ani » s •I« « I « S & I of Fulton Up to that time au been extensively first mais. The name Mocha is no doubt de rived from Mocha, a town in Arabia from where it is said the first skins brought, but the true origin of buried in obscurity. I greatest number oi skins come from j British East Africa although what are known as the white head varies were the name seems to be more or less the However, of Mocha sheep are raised to some extent in Arabia and parts of Persia. The skin of the black head Mocha, which is grown in Samoliland, on the west side of the Red Sea, gives a larger spread and in other ways is the most desirable for glove leather. There is also -the variety known as These designa color head of the animal, the hair on the body being black and white, red and white or all white, according to the variety. The Mccha market of the world is at Aden, at the southern end of Ara bia, and there are never more than eight or ten buyers residing there at the same time, and they practically buy the supply of Mocha skins for the world excepting what skins are bought through native dealers. These buyers keep native collectors at the principal points to which skms are brought by caravans. The skins are taken in boats across the Gulf of Aden to Aden, where they are sorted and baled, about three hundred in a bale according to, size and weight, the red head, tions apply of to • the the ready for shipment. When delivered by the natives to the collectors the skins have been The carcasses are eaten, sun dried, the meat being about the only kind consumed by the natives. Before the skins are baled native women sprin kle each skin with napthaline to pre vent its destruction by worms on the j The bales are wrapped long voyage, in a carabas made of matting woven by the natives and those for Amer ica are shipped to Marseille, Trieste, Naples or Genoa and re-shipped to New York. So far the supply cf Mocha skins has been equal to the demand, al though last season the quality was not as good as usual owing to a pro tracted dry spell which caused a scarcity of feed. Winter is the mar ket time for the best skins, as the summer skins are not so desirable for glove leather. The best grade of pelts come from the buck sheep. The manufacturer of Mocha leather in volves a number of operations; in fact no other leather goes through so many processes as does Mocha. In the coloring of Mocha leather dye woods form the basis of the col oring matter with the anilines to give the various shades. The skins are either colored in ro tary drams or the color is brushed on, the latter being the process used for the more expensive goods. Grays and reindeer are the* most popular shades for Mocha, but the leather is peculiarly adaptable for coloring and almost any hue may be obtained. i j addition of SHRINKS FROM POMP. Simple Tastes of Princess Victoria of England. When Princess Victoria of England, daughter of Queen Alexandra, was a girl of fourteen it became her duty one day to act as hostess at & juve nile entertainment at Martborough House. In the middle of it she sud denly disappeared. A messenger was dispatched to Buckingham Palace to see if the truant had ran away to "grandma," but »he v/asn't there. At last a letter from her to the Princess of Wales was discovered In the schoolroom, begging "mother" not to b e angry; she did "hate parties" so, | and s h e had gone to stay with the i i c • _ , Not liking parties has been a char acteristic of this princess ever since, , , , though, having a strong sense of duty, j which developed as she grew older, J any more, j know that if she could choose her Duchess of T«ck till this one was ov I she doestn's ran away from them But those who know her life it would be one far from court, a life free from demands of etiquette, spent among the friends she loves. Whenever she can escape from the formalities that surround her she does so. Stories are told of her plan ning visits incognito with her sisters other members of the court to some tea room or shop, where for a little while she can do just as other She likes to drop little or women do. anonymous surprises on the children she encounters, as once when she was shopping In Penrith, and saw three small boys looking longingly at the toys is a window. The princess immediately took the part of Santa Claus, and for once in their lives those small and ragged boys had all the toys they wanted. Princess Victoria has a good deal of tact, says The Gentlewoman, and while she cares little about court life her Influence has brought about several needed changes there. Queen's ladies-in-waiting have special reason to be grateful to her. Up to the time of King Edward'» accession the breakfast hour for the lacîies-in waiting was 7 o'clock in the summer at 7:30 is the winter, like it, of course, but in so great a household changes I made. Princess Victoria, however, got the hour changed to 8 o'clock for all the year round. It was she, too who secured a much more comfort able breakfast room for them than The They didn't are not easily the one at their disposal during Queen Victoria's reign. The princess's own boudoir at Buckingham Palace was arranged en tirely by herself, and is said to be a The walls are lined delightful room, with rare pictures, most of them gifts to her, and there are hosts of photo graphs which she has taken in ram bles around Balmoral, Windsor and In this boudoir she Sandringham, likes to spend much time, reading and writing. She knows several lan guages, and is a very good musician. True to her nature, she has always lady-in-waiting. refused to have a She the way sev who al by has, eral faithful attendants, ways like going about with her when they can. These are her nep hews and nieces, with whom she has been a great favorite ever since they were little things. A Mushroom Lover. Senator Depew, at a dinner in New York, praised a turkey's mushroom stuffing. "These mushrooms," he concluded, "remind me of an incident that oc curred while I was abroad in t e ; autumn. "You know how, on an English trnin th*. are looked in tram, the passengers are looKen m small compartments, and there is an emergency signal for them .to pull in case the train must be stopped. "Well, the signal was pulled one autumn day, and the train, with a j great grinding of brakes, came to ,. , , _orate a sudden stop, and guards and con- i ductor, pale with horror, ran up and j down the carriages to see what ter- | rible thing could have happened. j "They found in a rearmost car- | riage, an old woman leaning far out of the Window, waving her arms and , her umbrella excitedly. j '"What's the matter, madam? Wby I I did you stop the train?' they asked her. " 'You fools,' she answered, 'why didn't you stop before? We've just passed two of the finest mushrooms I've seen this many a year.' "—Wash ington Star. His Chance cf Winning. A shrewd old Vermont farmer came into a lawyer's office the oth- ! er day and proceeded to relate the circumstances in a matter about which he thought it would be profit j able to "go to law." "You think I hev got a good case? he finally asked. "Very good indeed," the lawyer as You should certainly 9" sured * him. bring suit." "What would your fee be fer tho whole thing?" the old farmer asked. Fifty dollars, khe iproanpt re sponse. The client pulled out an old wal- I let, extracted a roll of counted out fifty dollars. "Now," he said, "you hev got all you would get out of ithis case any how, so s'pose you tell me honestly just what you think my chances of winnin' a suit are?"—New hills and York Journal. This Appeals to Men Only. v^Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont, at a din in New York, discussed the up ner bringing of children, a subject on which, as her writings show, she is an authority. "The modern fashion of letiting no kiss the baby is," said Mrs. Bel aside from one mont, "excellent. For, the health of the thing, the baby doesn't like to be ki-ssed, and neither does ithe adult, unless a close rela tion, like to kiss it. I once watched a great artist as, at an enthusiastic young mother's re quest, he kissed, months-old babe. "'Well, how did you like It?' I asked him aifterward. "The artist answered with a gri . - stiffly, her six mace: '"It wag exactly like kissing » poached egg.' "—Washington Star. Learned Laborers. France's cobbler poet and Ger man's tailor dramatist must hide their diminished heads before two accom plished members of the British prole tariat. Streatiham possesses a chim neysweep who is an erudite authority on Egyptology and author of a work on the population question, say» the Westminster Gazette. Yorkshire town can 'boast of a learn ed bargee who has long been a deep student of Greek mythology. When his boat is moored to the wharf await ing a cargo he spends the leisure time in the local reference library reading up his subject and making copious notes. Hl-s constant compan ion as he deftly steers his gallant ship along . the canals is a well thumbed (translation of Herodotus.— « New York World. A certain TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS ALWAYS BUV THE GENUINE Mss AMO 1 QF MANUFACTURED BV THC ll . SOLO BY ALL LEADING 0RUÖ6ISTS One Size only, sot a Bottle A - poor excuse for coming home late is better than not coming home at all. Many Children Are Sickly. Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Chil Iren, used by Mother Gray, a nurse in Children's Home, New York, cure Fever ishness, Headache, Stomach Troubles, l'eething Disorders and Destroy Worms. At all Druggists'. 25c. Snmplemniled free. Address Alien S. Olmsted. Le Roy, N. Y. A woman wouldn't be willing get old even to cash in an endow ment policy. Free to Our Headers. Write Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago, for 48-page illustrated Eye Book Free. Write all about Your Eye Trouble and they will advise as to the Proper Applica tion of the Murine Eye Remedies in Your Special Case. Your Druggist will tell you that Murine Relieves Sore Eyes, Strength ens Weak Eyes, Doesn't Smsrt. Soothes Eye Pain, and sells for 50c. Try It in Your Eyes and in Baby's Eyes, for Scaly Eyelids and Granula tion, _ A man's good habits make people very suspicious of him. For COLDS and GRIP. Rick's CAPUDmx Is the best remedy Itevea the aching and leverlahncas—cures the Cold and restores normal condition.* It's liquid—* fleets Immediately. 10c, 26c. and 60c at drug »tore a A modest thing about a woman shekel 'rather have a new hat than build a railroad. Perry Davis' Painkiller bas been for over seventv years a reliable remedy for lum bago, sciatica, pleurisy, etc. An extra easy way to lose a girl ; | g ^ ,^ e sure you've got her. Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Day». ?azo Ointment is guaranteed to cure any , aRe etching,Blin«LBieedingorProtruding piles in 6 to 14 days or money refunded. 60c j Dr. Pierce's Pellets, small, sugar-co^ed, easy to take as candy, regulate and invig stomach, liver and bowel» and cure i const j pa tion. j | j | Mrs. Winslow's Sooth.ne Syrup for Children , «"""tfSlÄÄÄ j - Most everybody would be willing to be a good citizen if it wasn't so dull. It's a great temptation to do-an easy thing the hardest way. I A woman comes down to break I fast in a mood to sing, a man to swear. Itch cured in 30 minutes by Woolford's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails. At druggist*. Dexterity comes by experience.— French. Break up that rough with Allen's Lung BaUam, the popular family remedy. Cures where others fail. 25c., 50c. and $1.00. ! days, j War is hell—and sometimes holi For HEADACHE—Hicks'CAPUDIXE Whether from Colds, Heat. Stomach or Nervous Troubles. Capudlne will relieve you. It's liquid—pleasant to take—acts lramedi itely. Try it. 10c., 26c. and 60c. at diuc I tor®. The interesting thing about life is trying to find something Interest ing in it. ^ _ „ . _ , for the signature of E. W. Grove. Used the IVorld over to Cure a Cold in One Day. 25o I Only One "Bromo Quinine," Mirthless life Is not much better :han death. Tiny Baby's Pitiful (Jase. "Our baby when two months old was suffering with terrible eczema from head to foot, all over her body. The baby looked just like a skinned rabbit. We were unable to put clothes an her. At first it seemed to be a few mattered pimples. They would break the skin and peel off, leaving the un derneath skin red as though it were scalds. Then a few mofe pimples would appear and spread all over the body, leaving the baby all raw with 3 ut skin from head to foot. On'top of her head there appeared a heavy scab a quarter of an Inch thick. It was awful to see so small a baby look as she did. Imagine! The doctor was afraid to put his hands to the :hild. We tried several doctors' rem edies but all failed. "Then we decided to try Cuticura. By using the Cuticura Ointment we roftened the scab and It came off. Un der this, where the real matter was, by washing with the Cuticura Soap and applying the Cuticura Ointment, a new skin soon appeared. We also gave baby four drops of the Cuticura Resolvent three times daily. After three days you could see the baby gaining a little skin which would peel off and heal underneath. Now the baby Is four months old. She is a fine picture of a fat little baby and all is well. We only used one cake of Cuti ctr« Soap, two boxes of Cuticura Ointment and one bottle of Cuticura If people would know Resolvent, what Cuticura is there would be few suffering with eczema. Mrs. Joseph Kossmann, 7 St. John's Place, Ridge wood Heights, L. I., N. Y., Apr. 80 and May 4, 1009." When a man really learns all about a thing he can stop showing off about it. P I P 1101 « Because of those ugly, grizzly, gray hairs, Use ''LA CREOLE" HA1B RESTORER, Price Si 00 , retail. Radioactive Cocoanut Charcoal. In a recent address before the Maine Medical Association a Phila delphia physician testified to the ad vantages of cocoanut charcoal as an absorbent of radium emanations and Lherefore as a means of using these emanations for therapeutic purposes. Air from a compressed air tank is passed through a wash bottle, then through a tube containing radium in solution, whence It escapes Into a tube filled with cocoanut charcoal, carrying the radium emanations with It. The charcoal remains strongly radioactive for two week«. Shober claims that cocoanut charcoal can be raised to 200 or 300 times the radioactivity of the most radioactive water. It can be prepared at small expense and the same radium can be used over and over again. It can be administered can be applied Record. internally or a tube locally.—Medical All the grade crossings on the Mon treux-Berne-Oberland electric rail way are guarded by automatic gates or bar 3 which close when a car ap proaches and lift when it passesL Trial Bottle Free By Mail If yoa suffer from Bpllepay. Pits, Palling Sickness, Spasms, or have children that do so, my New Dis- , covery will relieve thorn, end all you areaakedto do Is to aend for a Free Trial »8 Bottle of Dr. May i '' Epllnptlold* Our® It has cured thousands where everything else failed. Guaranteed by May Medical Laboratory Under Pure Food and Drug# Act, June 80th,lfl0fl Guaranty No. 18971. Pleasa write for Special Free fS Bottle and give AOB and oomplete address DR, W. H. MAT, 648 Poarl Street, Hew York. The two hundred and fifty Krupip guns ordered by Chile must he in- - tended, suggests the New York Eve ning Post, to protect the peace statue placed by that country and Argentina on the summit, of th* Andes f; A Father's Worry. Your poor wearied wife losing sleep nurs ing the little one »offering from that night fiend for children and horror to csour, should have a bottle of Cherokee Remedy'of Sweet Gum and Mul lein, an undoubted croup preventative as well as family our* for «soughs, oolds and consumption. At druggists 25c. and 60o. parents, Taylor's Hla Own Method. "Did you say you wanted to abol ish our tyrannical system which ables persons who do little or noth -1 ing to exact tribute stragglers ?" the meeting. "That's what I said," answered the Socialist orator, "and it got great applause." "Yes. But don't you say it again. Remember you got your start in life from tips while waiter in ton Star. en from hungry j asked the chairman of you were n a restaurant."—«Washing Real Dangerous. The stranger in the public play grounds noticed that the little boys were giving the little girls a wide berth on this particular morning. "That's queer," ha mused, sonny, I thought you little boys and girls played together?" "We do sometimes,' the youngster on the sand pile, ' but not today." "And why not?" "-'Cause It is as much as we can do to keep out of their way.' They are playing Suffragettes and making believe we are policemen."—Chicago News. Say, enlightened Same Old Horse. "They been saying for a long time ihat the horse must go," observed Mr. Meddergass, "but just yesterday one of these airshippers came a tumble about four miles the other side ol my place anil Klred a fellow in an auto to tow fciim home, and the auto broke down in front of my house, ind I had to hitch the bay team to It and pull the whole contraption to town."—Chicago Evening Post. DER PHYSICIAN APPROVES Taking Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Sabattus, Maine.—"You told me to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable IfîCompound and I Liver Pills before I child-birth, and we iij are all surprised to I see how much good I it did. Mv physi :,i cian said ' Without m doubt it was the P C o m p o u n d that ijhelped you.' I Pi thank you for kindness in ES Ü J m m : v Hi r oui sing full and £ive v ' \ \. > W 1 permission t my name in your testimonials."—Mrs. H. W. Mitchell, Box 8 , Sabattus, Me. Another Woman Helped. Graniteville, Vt — "I was passing through the Change of Life and suffered from nervousness and other annoying symptoms. Lydia E. Pinkham'k Vege tableCompoundrestoredmy health and strength, and proved worth mountains 0 f,î ii 0 SSsi 0 i should publish my letter." — Mrs. Charles Barclay, B.F.D., Granite ville, Vt. Women who are passing through this critical period or who are suffer ingfrom any of those distressing ills peculiar to their sex should not lose; sight of the fact that for thirty years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, which is made from roots and herbs, has been the standard remedy for female ills. In almost every com muQity you will find women who have been restored to health by Lydia Ë. Ptukhau » Vegetable compound ■} on me o use s Each of the chief or gans of the body is a link in the Chain of Life. A chain is no stronger than its weakest link, the body no stronger than its weakest organ. If there is weakness of stomach, liver or lungs, there is a weak link in the chain of life which may snap at any time. Often this so-called weakness" is caused by lack of nutrition, the result of weakness or disease of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. Diseases and weaknesses of the stomach and its allied organa are cured by the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. When the weak or diseased stomach is cured, diseases of other organs which seem remote from the stomach but which have their origin in a diseased condition of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition, are cured also. The strong man baa a strong stomach. Take the above recommended "Discov ery** and you may have a strong stom ach and a strong body. TOHACHMIVERkUlINGS it Given Away. —Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, new revised Edition, is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send 21 one-cent stamps for the book in paper covers, or 31 stamps for the cloth-bound vol ume. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. ÏÏTÎÏÏi [7 I ^ Every Housewife know» that Lard is expensive. We want every Housewife to know the Goodness and Economy of using ODORLESS OIL. " UNION COOKING »» The cost pg pound is MUCH LESS'than Lard, and ft will M nearly TWICE AS FAR. Put up in Quarts, One Gallon ana Five Gallon Tins. If not sold by your grocer, send us his nrmt and we will see that you are supplied. Mention this paper. THE UNION OIL COMPANY New Orleans, La. • I Department *' C " A Certain Cure,for Sore.weak & Inflamed Eyes. ; IMIMilUK MAKES THF. USE or DRUGS UNNECESSARY. Price, 25 Cents /^/f/J, , vnimr urn U/AIITCn ÄT ftlIPE We want young men to pre YUUNIl Hltn WftnltU fll UHbt P»™ for position as Agent and Operator—Position positively guaranteed. Cannot fill demand for our students. Write at once for information. AMERICAN RAILWAY TRAINING SCHOOL EL DORADO. ARKANSAS. I Duggan's Boll Weevil Remedy f\ WILL INSURE A GOOD COTTON CROP Should be used by every cotton plan!e: in the South. Simple, Cheap, Effective. Fully demonstrated at Natchez, Miss., last season. Write for particulars and reference*. One Gallon Diluted Treats 2 Acres J. J. DUGGAN, Mftr. 4826 Magazine St, NewOrleans, La \ COLT DISTEMPER can be handled very easily. The sick are cured, and all others In hame stable, no matter how "exposed." kept from having tit* disease bv using SPOHX'B Li^Ulb UlSTEMPEK CE Re. (Mve ftSKa SM /ugy yK' fo on the tongue cr In feed. Acts on (he blood and expels geronr , A J gJBS*l Of all forms of distemper. Best reme ly ever known for mares in IsKfiVtf Ai»»!®/ foal One bottle guaranteed tocure me case. Mlc and «1 a bottlei i 85 and $10 dozen, of druggists and ha-ness dealers, or sent expresi WfAtFt p a id by manufacturers. Cut shows how to poultice throats. Ou» / free Booklet gives everything. Locil agents wanted. Largest L selling horse remedy In existence— .weive years. &POHN MEDICAL CO., Chemists and Bacteriologists, Goshen, Ind., U. 8. A. P is the word to remember when you need a remedy f k C0UGHS 6 CDLDS should write a letter to the who' is chief magistrate of at liberty the Presi That If you man this republic, you address him as are to D. C. dent, Washington, will be sufficient, insists the Boston Globe. He is not "His Excellency," is the supreme executive magis trate of this commonwealth, nor "His High Mightiness," a title which, 'they sounded ipleasing to the ear of - But if as say the "Father of His Country, you should write a letter to the sec retary of state of the United States, whom the plain "President" appoint ed to the job, prepare to dip your While Mr. Taft pen in honorific ink. is plain "President," without any titu epaulets, his secretary of state "the Honorable " It will not do to address him 'the Secretary of State" simply. He is something more than that. The etiquette of ithe state department re quires that the word "Honorable" be prefixed to the word "Secretary. lar Secretary of is State. as the launching of the Utah we a fact wi i h have another Dreadnought, that should make those who have been reading alarmist literoture and dreaming of invasion sleep • comfortably o' nights, declares When the more ithe Boston Transcript. Utah's sister ship, the Fl0 ^ da the water the list of States naming vessels of this exhaustion. into available for olass will be pretty near It is proposed to make room Texas by changing the old Te * as ° the Dallas. The paint brush has made changes In the names of the single turreted monitors that leave room for a few States to be repre sented in battle shi p n omenclature. for Various Ways of Using the Marzipan y Shape It into tiny balls, make glbtg In - lace c herriea and insert a WU I.® ^en **. tt«. neatly in the hands and dust them with castor su-gar. 2. Use Valencia or muscatel rais ina instead of the cherries, 3 French plums or dates, re movlD * g ithe stones> an d filling in th# * , , ca J ity _. wlth 4. Shape the mixture into neat "potatoes," and, with the head of a darning needle mark "eyes" here an( j there on each to make ithem more rea ii 8 ti c . Then roll them in c hocolate.-fflame Chat. 6 a Purchasing Power. A young gentleman of our ac iuaintance, who had just reached the age of six, was recently waiting with his mother for a train at a railway station, when he noticed a penny-in the-slot weighing machine. He asked his mother many questions about it, and at last received permission to drop in hla penny and be weighed. Having obtained that important in formation, he said: ' "How much w'ould I have weighed, mamma, if I had dropped in a dollar?" TUBERCULOSIS CONQUERED. J Unlimited Positive Proof. Call or write for testimonials of prominent people and booklet, WHY NATURE'S CREATION SAVES CONSUMPTIVES. E. D. 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