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Just Once! Try "Dodson's Uyer Tone" When Bilious, Consti pated, Headachy—-Don't Lose a Day's Work. Liven up your sluggish liver! Feel fine and cheerful; make your work a pleasure; be vigorous and full of am bition. But take no nasty, danger ous calomel, because it mates you sick and you may lose a day's work. Calomel is mercury or quicksilver, which causes necrosi» of the bones. Calomel crashes into sour bile like dynamite, breaking It up. That's when you feel that awful nausea and cramping. Listen to me! If you Want to enjoy the nicest, gentlest livet an4 bowel cleansing you ever experienced just take a spoonful of harmless Dodson's' Liver Tone. Your druggist or deàler sells you a 50 cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Töne under my personal money W. L. DOUGLAS C« THE SHOE THAT HOLDS ITS SHAPE $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 $4.50 & $5.00 aMi 1 Save Money by Wearing W. L Douglas shoes. For sale by over 9000shoe dealers. A The Beet Known Shoes ha the WorldL M W . L. 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Is the Easiest Running Wagon ; way, by expert Wagon Factory, why it stands the wear without repair, and gives greater service and satisfaction than any other. Your mules can do more work with a Peter Schüttler Wagon—because it runs so much lighter. Before you buy any other wagon, inquire about the Schüttler. Send for our free book. Address It is built in the honest old-time builders —in the World's Greatest • wagon That's * t ■ ■ . 1 Gale-Hooper Co., Memphis, Tenn. Peter Schüttler Co., Chicago, HI. V I • v -V, \S » A million other women have found the same solution these six have Almost every woman at some time has had a coffee prob lem. Over a million American women have settled theirs the same way ! Read what these six say— ? » "I recommend Arbnckles' Coffee to my friends. I buy it all the time because it is better coffee." — Mias Ball, Mercer, Ky. v "I have used Arbnckles' for yean and think there is no coffee to equal it."— Afr». J. L. Wcdper, Shepherd* town, W. Va. "1 use Arbnckles' because it Is "I have been using Arbnckles' Cof etronger than 35c coffee and Ar- fee for years. I think it is the only buckles' packages are full 16 oz." ' coffee fit to drink."— Mrs. A. G. Walli —Mra. Vonachen, Coldwater, Kan. han, Lay, Colorado. "I have been using Arbuekles' for years, and have always found it tho for ten years and have not yet found best I ever used."—Afr». Johnathan it? superior or equal."— VirgieHada Bigrigg, Coshocton, Ohio. way, Bessemer, Ala. We have used Arbnckles' Coffee Arbuekles' is the biggest selling, most popular coffee in the United States. Have you tasted it ? Get it at your grocer's—either bean or already ground—and serve it in your home. Know why a million other women Bay that Arbuekles' is the finest coffee they ever tasted I Make your coffee earn lovely gifts. Save the signature on every Arbuckle wrapper. Arbuekles' premiums ar® as famous as Arbuekles' Coffee. Write for special pre mium catalog. Arbuckle Bros., 71-i* Water St, New York. ARBUCKLES' COFFEE " ■ V- . \ back guarantee that each spoonful will clean your sluggish liver better than a dose of nasty calomel and that It won't make you sick. Dodson's Liver Tone is real liver medicine. Tou'll know It next morn ing, because you will wake up feel ing fine, your liver will be working, your headache and dizziness gone, your stomach will be sweet and your bowels regular. Dodson's Liver Tone is entirely vegetable, therefore harmless and cannot salivate. Give it to your chil dren. Millions of people are using Dodson's Liver Tone instead of dan gerous calomel now. Your druggist will tell you that the sale of calomel is almost stopped entirely here.—Adv. Loading Guns With Air. Jack Tar knows what it means to tote heavy shells around ship, but Jack Tar will not need to worry about this duty longer, according to the Popular Science Monthly. Ammunition is now loaded by pneumatic tube straight from the magazine to the firing turret. An intricate mechanism prevents the shells from entering the breeches of the guns at great speed and also pre vents any mistake in firing. SAVE A DOCTOR'S BILL by keeping Mississippi Diarrhoea Cor dial handy for all stomach complaints. Price 25c and 50c.—Adv. Experiments have shown that excel lent paper can be made out of grape vines. CALLAHAN IS HARD WORKER FOR PIRATES m iM '<■ \ M to : g ! ! m Six iS i % £ \ ; ÿ SS** ». ■ mnasaxamm «S. * SKIPPER OF THE PITTSBURGH BUCCANEERS. :<#>■ : Jimmy Callahan has the sympathy of Pittsburgh fans in his fruitless endeav or« to get some real baseball out of the bunch of material that he has at his command, writes James J. Long in Pittsburgh Sun. Certain it is not due to any lack of effort on Cal's part that the club is not playing better ball.- No manager or player ever forked harder för the success of the club. The skipper is out on the field with the men in morning practice every day and misses no detail of the exercises; it is the same during preliminary prac tice in the afternoon, and from the time the game starts until the last man is out he is the busiest and hardest working man on the lot. He talks to * DIAMOND NOTES #, Jean Dubuc is pitching grand ball for the Tigers. * • • Appropriately enough, Otto Knabe has piano legs ! 9 9 • Jess" Barnes continues to be the mainstay of the Braves' pitching bri gade. ■ $45 Connie Mack's ball team this year has been welcome everywhere but at home. $ $ $ Bert" Niehoff continues to be the star of the Phillies, both on offense and defense. <1 • • * So far Cincinnati has not made the slightest hint as to C. Mathewson's successor. • * * Leslie Mann, the Cubs' outfielder, is better than ever, according to "Joe Tinker. • * • The manager who makes a pennant drive must hold a tight rein over his players. • * * Harry Davis steps in and manages the Athletics whenever Connie Mack goes a-scouting. Mathewson is playing golf as often as he can, for he wants to forget his managerial troubles. • • • Fred Luderus, the Phillies' first base man, is said to hit the ball as hard «8 any man in the game. * * * Did It ever occur to yojp that the player with the most speed at night is the slowest In the daytime? .. - * "Connie" Mack 'djeples the report that he Has'agreed to sell "Joe" Bush, his star pitcher, to the Tigers. ' i'f ,r'-- * The Cubs have signed a young Pitts burgh rookie named Ben, He tfught to make good if he doesn't crack. , • • -9 > If Matty fails to release the Reds from last place, the Cincinnati direc tors may offer the job to Houdtni. • , • À -.UK' Somebody had the wrong dope when he said the Browns lacked a punch. Isn't a Davenport a "sleep producer?" ' * * * If a baseball manager owned all the pastimers In the world he would still want "just one more winning pitcher." * • * Some people wJU contmue to believe that Matty threw his greatest "fade away" when he signed with Cincinnati. * * wft After twelve years on the job Bill Klein sagely remarks that umpiring is v no sinecure. Most of it is just pure sin. 9 9 * Jim Scott Is about through as a pitcher. He has been able to pitch but one or two creditable games all sea sob. * * * A wise gazabo once said youth will have its fling, but Tristam Speaker Is one gent 'who doesn't care a rap who's flinging. 9 9 9 The records show that Louisville once had a w r orse ball club than the Athletics, but no one in Philadelphia will ever believe it. * * * According to Jake Daubert, the only way, to bunt scientifically is to place thé ball so It'll take two outfield relays to get it back to the plate. e * * By switching "Del" Gainer and Hob litzell against right and left-handed pitchers, "Bill" Carrigan has added offensive strength to the Red Sox. \ 9*9 J. W. ("Duster") Malls, the Robins' young southpaw, has made a good im pression on the Brooklyn fans in the few appearances he has made in the box. ■ and tries to encourage the players go ing to and coming from their positions, and Pittsburgh's turns at bat in every Inning finds him out on the coaching lines trying everything to get the Pi rates started on a rally or to direct the runners around the bases. Unlike McGraw and some other pi lots, Cal does not pose on the lines when his club is winning and hide him self when it is behind. The score doesn't make any difference to him. If his team is ten runs behind he is out working all the harder. The Pirates have played some ball that would drive many a manager to a madhouse, but Callahan has been even tempered and untiring through it all. WAS ROOTING FOR BROTHER ! . Harry Coveleskie, Star Southpaw of Tigers, Forgot Himself in Recent Cleveland Game. If there is any one person who is pulling with might and main for Stan ley Coveleskie to make good as an In dian, it is • Brother Harry, the star southpaw of the Tigers. Harry was sitting on the Detroit bench when Brother Stan was mowing down the Tigers In a recent conflict. It was in the fourth inning and Cobb was on first with none out and Bobby Veach at bat. "Atta boy, Stan, atta boy. Guess that brother of mine hasn't got some thing," he yelled as Veach fonled to Turner. That's it, Stan. You've got his number," he muttered as Sam Craw ford hit a roller to Howard, forcing Cobb at second. Say, Harry, if you are going to root for Cleveland, go over on the Cleve land bench," shouted Oscar Vitt. Brother Harry was dazed fer a min ute. He had forgotten Brother Stan was pitching against his own team. Say, fellows, I clean forgot," he said sheepishly and then he yelled as Heilmann went to bat: "Hit it outa th' lot, Harry. That busher ain't got a thing but a prayer. "It sure was funny," said Trainer Harry Tuthill of Detroit in relating the Incident. to * ■ RICKED UP ART OF THROWING Player Can Keep Hia Arm Strong by Carefully Avoiding Pegging for Grandatand Fans. "Where did I learn to throw? That's easy," said Harry Hooper, outfielder for the Boston Red Sok "I just naturally picked it up when I was a kid on my fa ther's ranch in ■ , California. I was just like any oth er kid m M : « wanted to throw stones, and by constant practice, during my spare mo ments in the fields, became a sort of dead-shot. Oftentimes I would get the range of a rabbit and bowl it over with a stone. "The training I got as a kid wasn't wasted, either, for when I broke into baseball I could peg them as well as any of the fellows who had seen years of service. A man doesn't have to be à giant to throw a basebGll a great distance. If he doesn't try for grandstand pegs, he should always keep his arm strong." & mm ■:* mmg' mâ - Mii Harry Hooper. it ED KLEPFEffS CLEVER WORK His Pitching for Cleveland Has Been One of Most Striking Features In Two Major Leagues. One of the most striking features of the two major league pennant race? has been the wonderful pitching of Ed Klepfer of Cleveland. Kiepfer was with the White Sox last spring, having been purchased from Venice of the Pa cific Coast lea gup, but Manager Row land considered him excess baggage and passed him over to the Indians for nothing after the Jackson deal. Cure for Player's Ailments. The more one considers the good work of Claude Hçndrix recently— »after waivers had been asked on him— the more one is convinced that the only cure for the ailments of some ball players is to threaten them with a transfer to the minors. Shows Big League Stuff. Harry Wolter, who is pastimlng with the Los Angeles Pacific Coast league team this season, is showing the big league stuff that made him famous. i v * ... JOHNNY EVERS PEEVED 4-i Couldn't Stand for Umpire By ron's'Song SblOi ■'* ;> Arbiter Sings Decision In Verse and Chorus—Some Picturesque Char acters Mentioned Who Are Help to Pastime. It was very easy for aggressive and high-strung Johnny Evers to get peeved when Bill Byron called him out on strikes and accompanied the ruling with a song solo. It is tough to be called out on pitches, hut when the umpire sings the decision in a MB verse and chorus, H|i there is small wonder that Ev sSt ers said some thing which caused him to apologize to Mr. Tener. However, pic turesque characters like Byron, Ger many Schaefer, Nick Altrock and Steve Evans are a help to the game, and Byron should be permitted to sing as often as he wishes. While mentioning the comedian Steve Evans It is timely to recite a humorous incident In which Evans was the central figure in Toledo the other day. Steve has been playing for Roger Bresnahan and recently he was given a whirl at second base. One of the opposition who is said to be the slow-est man in the league, hit almost to the fence a iuf , got a single:' On thé first, pitch t$ the next batter, the catcher threw the ball hurriedly to Steve at second. "What are you throwing down here for?" shout ed Steve as he caught the ball. Why, he's try ing to steal, exclaimed the surprised catcher. He might be trying to steal," an swered Evans, "but he's not in sight yet. . ■ • m W: • M ] John Evers. v m w r - to - I Bill Byron. *> ti SLUGGER"JACK MURRAY t r : w . : ■ •• v IS M m > to' Ü ; \ »• Jack Murray, former outfield star with the Giants and Cubs, has been hitting a hot clip with the Toronto In ternational league team. Jack has been the team's best bet through their climb upwards and looks good to re turn to fast company. ■i :to <•: ■ v" fey ' PS ■ÿ/X: to* EXCUSE SIMILAR TO GIANTS Pitchers Laugh When Batters Offer Alibis fer Shortcomings—One From Braves Is a Bird. - It gives us pitchers a laugh," said Tom Hughes of the Braves, who re cently pitched a no-hit, shut-out game, to hear the batters excusing their shortcomings. Do not think for a min ute that the Giants are original in their grumblings over conditions at the Polo grounds. Braves are springing one that is a bird. There are no sigus on the fences of the Braves' field, remem ber, and no question of lights >and shadows. But our players are not stumped for an excuse. They say that the outfield fence Is too low, that when a* southpaw is working the ball comes out of a bright sky to the plate and that when a right-hander is working the ball comes out of the scoreboard to the batter. Can you beat it?" U ti Remarkable Pitching. The New York-Chicago series of four games was remarkable for the pitching by the Cuba' flingers. Tho giants made 18 hits in four games. They won the three games in which they made but three hits each and lost the game in which they made four hits. Talk about breaks. , Picks Robino as Winners. Rube Marquard says that he is in better physical condition than for two years. He picks the Robins as sur« winners. • Mel Wolfgang Is Star. Wolfgang, pitcher of the White Sox, has been twirling splendid ball all season and is now one of the most reliable members of Rowland's crew. " * 1 "Mel' Senators Try Out Youngsters. Manager Griffith has two youngsters he expects will make good. Horace Milan, a brother of the Senator center fielder, and Turney Barber have Just been added to the squad. SPEEDING IS UNDER A BAN , Heavy Penalty Follows Peckless Driv ing in French War Zone. Strapped to a wagon In full view of the troops for tw r o hours a day, loss of 00 days' pay and loss to the wife of the man's allotment," was the punish ment awarded by a field court-mar tial to a driver for "very slightly ex ceeding the speed limit." Was Mr. Lloyd-George aware of the case? Mr. C. Watson, asks. The cotirt martial was quite within its rights, is the reply of the war of fice. Very strict regulations have been laid down to prevent reckless driving in France, the authorities there hav ing had their attention called to a numbet of cases where children had been injured owing to that cause. Spartan Woman Suffered Untold Torturea but who wants to be a Spartan? Take Femenina" for all female disorders. Price 60c and $1.00.—Adv. Don't expect a soft answer when you call men hard unifies.' *< Save the Babies. NFANT MORTALITY la something frightful. We can hardly realize that of all the children bom in civilized countries, twenty-two or nearly one-quarter, die before they reach one year ; t percent., or more than one-third, before they are five, and one they are fifteen t We do not hesitate to say that a timely use of Castoria would save a majority of these precious lives. Neither ao we hesitate to say that many of these infantile deaths are occasioned by the use of narcotic preparations. Drops, tinctures and soothing syrups sold for children's complaints contain more or less opium or morphine. They are, in considerable quantities, deadly poisons. In any 'quantity, they stupefy, retard circulation and lead to congestions, sickness, death. Castoria operates exactly the reverse, but you must see that it bears the signature of Chas. H. Fletcher. Castoria causes the blood to circulate properly, opens the pores of the skin and allays fever, genuine Castoria always bears the signature of cent., -seven before COLLIE SAVED CHILD'S LIFE Dog Pulled Little Girl From Track as Car Was Running Her Down. Buster, a handsome coliie, known to the friends of his mistress, Miss Lil lian Matteer, as a dog of unusual sa gacity, is a neighborhood hero, says the Boston Post. Especially is he a hero in the eyes of Mrs. Lizzie Cock burn, mother of eight-year-old Jennie Cockburn, whom he saved from death when he pulled her away from a track just as an electric car was running her down. Miss Matteer is a friend of the Cock burns and a frequent visitor at their home. Buster often accompaies her aud is well acquainted with little Jen nie. When Jennie saw Miss Mafteers and Buster approaching the Cockburn house, she ran across the road to meet them, stepping directly into the path of a trolley car. Then, when she realized her danger, Jennie became confused and stood still on the track. As the white-faced motor man started to apply the brakes, Bus ter darted forward and seized the lit tle girl by her dress pulling her to safety. OLD PRESCRIPTION FOR WEAK KIDNEYS A medicinal preparation like Dr. Kil mer's Swamp-Root, that has real curative value almost sells itself. Like an endless chain system the remedy is recommended by those who have been benefited to those who are in need of it. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is a physi cian's prescription. It has been tested for years and has brought results to count less numbers who have suffered. The success of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is due to the fact that it fufills almost ev ery wish in overcoming kidney, liver and bladder diseases, corrects urinary troubles and neutralizes the uric acid which causes rheumatism. Do not suffer. Get a bottle of Swamp Root frora anj druggist now. Start treat ment today. However, if you wish first to test this great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and mention '«.- a paper.—Adv. More War. Mrs. Styles—I want one of those hew military bonnets. Mr. Styles—How much are they? "Only nineteen dollars. "I can't afford that, and I don't see why you want a military bonnet. You're not going to fight, are you, my. dear?" "l am if I don't get the bonnet" Worth Trying. "I don't understand what ks the mat ter with this machine," said the man whose car was stalled at a crossing. "The agent told me a child could run » it. "May be the agent was right at that," growled the traffic cop. "Why don't you hire a child? NO MALARIA—NO CHILLS. "Plantation" Chill Tonic is guaranteed to drive away Chilis and Fever or your money refunded. Price 50c,—Adv. F. C. Fisher, eighty-eight, of SL Louis, Mo., wants to enlight to fight Mexicans. Fought 'em in 1846. tUiRTERSMITH's W (AillTonic Sold lor 47 years. F'or Malaria, Chills and Fever. Also a Fine General Strengthening Tonic. 60c mi 91.00 at all tog Stan» Thousands of Suffering Women Haw Found Relief by Using 9 9 w This medlcÎM I» »uaraittMd to do f«r YOU xrhsi H ha» done £or others. It uiarities peculiar to women; tones, strengthens aad vitalises the womanly functions; petite, clear» tha complexion, and builds up the wasted energies. Your money back if pour are not benefited. Get it today, fl at your dealers'. Your dealer will explain the guarantee. the ap THACHER MEDICINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. - , .. Largest Fountain Pen. "What is believed to be the largest fountain pen ever mode for actual use was completed a few days ago in New Orleans. This pen is made of silver and holds two ounces of ink. It is ten inches long with the cap and eight inches without the cap, not Including the point. The pen weighs about four ounces. t— r Of Course Not. "The engineers of both trains lost their heads." "Then it was not a head-on cob lision.' DON'T GAMBLE that your heart's all right, sure. Take "Renovine"—a heart and nerve tonio. Price 50c and $1.00.—Adv. Make • Mrs. El B. Clarkson, ninety-six, Al ton, 111., has not missed a Sunday school session in 30 years. Stieß, Granulated Eyelids, Sore and Inflamed Eyes healed promptly by the use of ROMAN EYJÉ BALSAM—Adv. But you can't get rid of your stenog rapher by marrying her. Unsuspected Efficiency. The bureau of plant industry is en deavoring to improve tobacco by scien tific study of the different brands. To eliminate the personal equation in smoking and to secure uniformity of conditions the bureau has a carefully regulated apparatus for testing the burning quality of cigars. The "pull" on the cigar is secured by means of an aspirator, which is filled by a continu ous inflow of water and emptied at regular intervals by a siphon. The "pull" occurs at intervals of 30 sec onds and lasts for a period of ten sec onds. The apparatus smokes four cigars of the perfecto type in about 30 minutes.—Tobacco. THIS IS THE AGE OF YOUTH. Yoa will look tea years younger if yoa darken your ugly, grizzly, gray hairs by using "La Creole" Hair Dressing.—Adv The Limit "What a pessimist he is!" "Yes, indeed. Even misery shuns his company. Instead of running.away from your work try to find a more efficient way of doing it. That is the secret of suc cess. Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills hare stood tha test of time. Test them youreslf now. Bend for sample to 372 Pearl street, N. Y.—Adv Some people are naturally nervous, while others are troubled with prickly heat. NOW IS THE TIME -v t »lnce I was a smnll bor I hare been troubled with asthma" says Mr. J. W. Kthe > ridge. Bandera, Texas. "I tried every thing that was recommended bat nothing seemed to give me permanent relief. In 1916 Lnng Vlta was recommended. I have taken four TO TAKE tt' ttlei and have not had a spell si nee I began its use." Are YOU neg this great aid to health in consumption an asthma? If so, yon are depriving YOUR 8 ULY of a fair chance. Get a bottle from your dealer or if he hasn't It order direct TODAY. Fifteen-day treatment Cl 00; thirty-day treatment 61 75. Booklet upon request. NA9UVILLH MUDICINB CO, Dept. T, Nashville, Tenn. of asthma neglecting on and LUNG-VITA-7 Every Woman Wants U8 aUHI FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE ill Dissolved la water for daw sh s s stops pelvic eatarrk, aleerstion sad ioflmn Pinkhaas Mod. Co. for tea y Mrs. A healing «reader fer aassl catarrh, •or* throat aad MntjrM. Economical. Hu ECZEMA r** Hunt a Cure' '.a guoraateaO to •top and permanently eure that terrible Hebln« It le com pounded for that purpose an your money will be promptly refunded wtthowt question if Hunt'» Cure falls to cure Iteb.Hcsema,Tetter. Ring Worm or any other akin disease tOo the box for sale by *11 drug stores or by mail from the k. B. Rickards Medicine Co., Skernas, Tex. "IOU8H»BMT$"ÎS u .Â.* , ir.Æe W. N. 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