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STOP USING SALIVATING DRUG Don't Lose a Day's Work! If Your Liver Is Sluggish or Bowels Constipated Take "Dodson's Liver Tone."—It's Finel Yon're billons! Your liver ts slug gish! You feel lasy, dizzy and all knocked ont Your head is dull, your tongue is coated; breath bad; stomach sonr and bowels constipated. But don't take salivating calomel. It makes you «ick, you may lose « day's work. Calomel la mercury or quicksilver which causes necrosis of the bones. Calomel crashes into sour bile like dynamite, breaking it up. That's when yon feel that awful nausea and cramp tag. If yew want to enjoy the nicest, gen tlest liver awd bowel cleansing you ever experienced just take a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone. Your druggist or dealer sells you a 60-eent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone under my personal money-back guarantee that each spoonful will clean your Fall Run of Distemper MAT BE WHOLLY AVOIDED BY USING MCDIWNG** a «mail outluy •€ money brines very greet jruuno result«. It ia a sure cure and a preventive if you use It as per directions. Simple, safe and surs. The $1 sise Is twice the quantity and an ounce more than the SSc. •**«- Get ycur horses In best conditon for late fait and winter. AH drug* gists harness dealers or manufacturera _ SPOHN MEDICAL CO.. DOCTORS OF ANIMALS. GOSHEN, Bf D. X o m U/|KTERSHITH's Kïïï fl ChîLLTOMIC •00 «4 » 1.00 «t Mi Sum. CROUP Me nth Alba. US FOR «. Incaseofcronptwb tba Ctde^ vbP* throat, dbert and nostrils wiriiMenth-Alba. The body beat will vaporize it and the vapor of the heeling oils will, immediately penetrate to the irritated congested " - •--«*d raising the «mjutM m mmum d. Meoth-Alba likewise opens the sir the irritation that throct, pleurisy. 3Scetdsngiiws Hevskln gad relieves «eld la the hend, csterrh, eon e h w s y s . Metal Tent Supports. Those fond of camping out will be glad to hear of a new contrivance con sisting of a combined tent frame and cot, which dispenses with cumbersome poles and simplifies the question df how to move one's sleeping accommo dation from place to place. The new tent supports are of light angle Iron, and the longer pieces as well as those forming the cots which go with each tent are jointed so that they may he folded up when necessary. The frames • of the cots are suspended from the up rights by two coil springs, used for the same purpose as springs in the or dinary house-bed. During the day the cots can be folded up against the tent frame and well out of the road, by releasing one of the springs at each ■end. Cardui Wins Suit. After a trial in the United States 'District Court of Chicago, before Judge Carpenter and a federal jury, the jury found the American Medical Associa tion guilty of libeling Cardui, the worn ab's tonic, which they had denounced As a "nostrum. This is a vindication of the medicine ■a*d a proof that it has merit, which was recognized by a jury after a trial M three months, one of the longest civil cases on record. Many doctors and chemists testified On both sides and the evidence totaled »early four million words. Too Exacting. Lucy—Don't you just adore Clarence Joyce? My, I think he's the handsom est thing! Mabel—Well, Iris nose is a little flat. Had Iris hair pretty light, and his eyes are a trifle big and pale, and his eye brows—• Lucy—Oh, I know! You always ex pect a man to be a regular Venus ! Personal Interest Considered. Jones—Do you think peace is in sight? Brown—I ho|>e it will be when my wife sees this five-pound box of candy. Potato-Eating Nations.. The Belgians are the greatest po itsrto eaters in the world, and the Irish come second. * THOUSANDS HAVE KIDNEY TROUBLE AND DON'T KNOW IT Weak end unhealthy kidneys cause so much sickness and suffering and when through neglect or other causes, kidney trouble is permitted to continue, serious results may be expected. Your otber organs may need attention— but your kidneys should have attention first because their work is most important. If you feel that your kidneys are the cause of your sickness or run down con dition commence taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy, because if it proves to be the remedy you need and your kidneys begin to improve they will help all the other orgsns to health. Prevalency of Kidney Disease. Most people do not realize the alarm ing increase and remarkable prevalency of kidney disease. While kidney dis orders are among the most common dis eases that prevail, they are almost the last recognized by patients, who usually content themselves with doctoring the effects, while the original disease con stantly undermines the system. dollar size bottles at all drug stores. stantly undermines the system. SPECIAL NOTE—You may obtain a sample size bottle of Swamp-Root by enclosing tan cents to Dr. Kilmer A Co., Binghamton, N. ,Y. This gives you the opportunity So prove the remarkable merit of this medicine. They will also send you a book of valuable information, containing many of the thousands of grateful letters received from mat and women who say they found Swamp-Root to be just the remedy needed hi kidney, liver and bladder troubles. The value and success of Swamp-Root are so well known that our readers are advised to send for a sample size bottle. Address Dr. Mb» 4 (Jo., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing be sure and mention this paper. à 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. You'll know tt next morn* ing because you will wak* up feeling fin«, your liver will be working, your headache and dizziness gone, your stomach will be sweet and your bowels regular. You will feel like working; you'll be cheerful; full of vigor and ambition. Dodson's Liver Tone is entirely vegetable, therefore harmless and can not salivate. Give it to your children! Millions of people are using Dodson's Liver Tone Instead of dangerous cal omel now. Your druggist will tell you that the sale of calomel is almost stopped entirely here.—Adv. Their Privilege. "Look here!" carped a muddy mo torist, halting his muddy car In front of where Mr. Gap Johnson of Rumpus Ridge was situated, draped over his own fence. "Are those infernal young savages, just around 1 the corner there,' your children?" "1 reckon," was the nonchalant re ply. "What have they been doing?" "Doing! Why, ten or a dozen of them were playing in .a mudhole, and when 1 came along the whole squad lined up and threw mud at me as fast as they could sling it Look at me! Look at my car— "Aw, well, what can I do about it? This is presidential year, and they've got a right to sling all the mud they— yaw-w-w-wn !—want to."—Kansas City Star. Whenever You Need a General Tonic Take Grove's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable as a Gen eral Took because k contains the well known tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It nets on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents. Tables Turned. "You say the poor thing te unhap py?" asked the woman who listens eagerly. "Yes," replied the woman who talks. "She has one of those ambitious hus bands who wants her to go into poli tics, so that he can become socially prominent" Dr. 8 . F. Jackson,Celebrated Physician, handed down to posterity his famous prescription for female troubles. Now sold under the name of "Fem enln a." Price 50c and | 1 . 00 —Adv. It Can't Be Oone. A woman may have a face like an open book, but a man always finds It difficult to read between the lines. Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills hsve stood the test of time. Test them yourself now. Send for sample to 372 Pearl street, N. Y.—Ad*. A soft answer sometimes turns away talk. * Anger's a stone cast in a hornets' nest. A Trial Will Convince Anyone. . Thousands of people have testified that the mild and immediate effect of Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy, is soon realized and that it stands the highest for its remarkable results in the most distressing cases. Symptoms of Kidney Trouble. Swamp-Root is not recommended for everything but if you suffer from annoy ing bladder troubles, frequently passing water night and day, smarting or irrita tion in passing, brick-dust or sediment, headache, backache, lame back, dizzi ness, poor digestion, sleeplessness, nerv ousness, heart disturbance due to bad kidney trouble, skin eruptions from bad blood, neuralgia, rheumatism, lumbago, bloating, irritability, worn-out feeling, lack of ambition, may be loss of flesh or sallow complexion, kidney trouble in its worst form may be stealing upon you. Swamp-Root It Pleasant to Taka. If you are already convinced that Swamp-Root is what you need, you can purchase the regular fifty-cent and one dollar size bottles at all drug stores. 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Twombiey, quarterback on the Yale teams of 1882 and 1883, writes to the Alumni Weekly on old Yale football days as follows: Walter Camp is right in his first written list of word signals used by the Yale team in 1882, but he has ap parently forgotten the signal given on the occasion of the first touclidown made by Yale against Princeton since 18T7. As boys playing in the Boston » i : - V ' Hi m a : ii . 7:77; ÉPira 'A< / 777 m /À'-? 'A -, f 1 m ■ 3Ö 7:-; V/ 7-1 ■ 7: > •>7 :> >•: ■ ■ • ' mm < > >77 £: Woods, Y«le Rookie, Throwing the Dummy. streets 'cheese it' was our well-known signal to look out for 'cops.' When we were arranging signals in the fall of 1882, I remembered well the glee with \vhich Doc Beck, our right, tackle, and I fixed it up that when! the signal 'cheese it' was given, was to drop back behind the line for a quick pass from the quarterback. After considerable play in the Prince ton game àt the ofd Polo grounds on November 30, 1882, Richards dropped back, apparently to try a drop-kick for goal. But on the signal 'cheese it' the Princeton line broke through the Yale line with great ease to block Rich ards' kick. "Sut*, however, had been the inten tion on the part of the Yale line ; Doc Beck dropped back of tlie line in ex act time to get the ball, thrown over the heads of the charging Tigers, and without a Princeton man touching him, Beck rushed the ball over for a touch down. I can see old Doc now, with his white hair standing straight up and a grin on his face, shouting, 'How' do you like that, yon Tigers?" he nnnnr s TinnfTnnnnnnr^^ ^ FOLWELL A MESMERIST i o Bob Folwell, coach of the Uni 0 vereity of Pennsylvania football o team, when asked to tell sorae ® thing of his methods of han o dllng a team and especially of ° teaching the forward pass, re 0 piled as follows: "Get your men ® together. Tell them at the ont o set they arc the best bunch of ® football players ever gathered 0 together on one field. Show o them how to use the forward ]° pass. Then tell them they can 5 work it better than any other 0 team in the world. Keep on o telling them this.' The whole ® thing is to make your men be o Ueve they form the greatest ® team In the world. Keep at it o long enough and they'll believe it 1 SL5L2JiSJLiASLSlSULi.ZL2...9.$cJ. a. UMPIRE'S LIFE A TOUGH ONE Never Gets Credit for Good Work, While Mistakes Are Always Loudly Harped Upon. The umpire's life is a tough one, be cause he never gets any credit for do ing good work, while his mistakes are always loudly harped on. It isn't even necessary for him to make mistakes in order to be criticized. The side which loses a close decision is often out with au unfair howl, while the side which gets the benefit of the decision never gives the official any credit for it. Baseball will be improved only when managers, players and magnates cease their unfair and unsportsmanlike at tacks on the judges of play. An um pire is a necessity; for no game could be played without an arbiter. So long as he is honest and competent his de cisions should be absolutely respected. The practice of using the umpiring as an alibi for a losing team 1 ms gone al* together too far in the National league. —Cincinnati Enquirer. VETERAN ANGLER IS WINNER Julius Ranney of Chicago, Victorious in National Fly and Bait Cast ing Tournament. At Newark, N. J., Julius M. Ranney. a Chicago veteran angler, seventy three years old, received many con gratulations for his victory in the half ounce bait miss-nnd-out competition in the national fly and bait casting tour nament. Mr. Ranney won the cham pionship over a number of younger competitors, casting at a target 80 feet distant. MAY SWIM ENGLISH CHANNEL Ambition of Charles B. Durborow, Phil adelphia Bank Clerk—Two Pre vious Performances. Charles B. Durborow, the Philadel phia bank clerk distance swimmer, is ambitious to swim the English chan nel. complished the feat. In 1875 Capt. W. S. Webb, after 16 attempts, swam fiom t Dover, England, to Cape Griz Nez, France, in 22 hours and 35 minutes, while ih 1911 Williâni TN Burgess swam from Dover to Calais, France, in 21 hours and 45 minutes on his second attempt. Only two swimmers have ac i LITRE PICK® OE 5P0OT • Dick Grant is coach of athletics at the University of Havana, Cuba. Denison won the post-season series In the Western association from Tulsa. 0 0 0 Speaking of game losers, how about the Athletics, Milwaukee and Cincin nati? *00 President Lannin of the Red Sox d 2 - clares no team is stronger than' the umpires. 0 « « The Japanese show up well in many lines of sport, but they haven't accom plished much in boxing. 0 0 0 James M. Burke, the well-known Boston A. A. middle-distance runner, has retired from the cinder path. * * . * Reports from the New York State league indicate there will be several changes in management next year. 3 * 0 Boston sportdora is to lose another star, Patsy Sequin, the brilliant captain of last year's Arena hockey team, is the latest to desert the Hub. 0*0 Buffalo wants the 1917 National As sociation of Amateur Oarsmen regatta. The award will not be made until tho annual meeting next March. « e * Thirty-seven members of the Don Rowing club of Canada, including Am ateur Sculling Champion Robert Dib ble, have joined the Canadian troops. **« A pitcher on the Oakland (Cal.) team tried to throw one of Maty's fadeaways and broke his arm. He's lucky. He might have broken the batter's head. * * 0 President Weegliman thinks that the Cubs will be strengthened by five American association players—Wort man, Carter, Kelly, Aldridge and Daw son. s o « Gerinaay Schultz, former center ol the University of Michigan football team, is now assistant athletic direc tor of the Kansas State Agriculture college. « * « Hans Wagner has decided to give up shqrtstopping for all time. He may cover first base for the Pirates next season. ering him.) v 0 * 0 Ned Egan of the Muscatine (Central association) club has sold two more pitchers, Detroit getting them both. They are Ed Pinkerton and H. W. Flanagan. The old fellow's legs are both * • • Robert F. Herrick, coach of the Har vard crews, is having two new eight oared and a pair-oared shell construct ed which he will present to the crew? for use in the trial work. t 0 0 M. Camille Blanc of France lias had the misfortune to lose ids stallion, Retz, who, slipping up in tlie paddock, broke a leg and had to be destroyed. Retz had a brilliant racing career and woo more than $80,000 ia stakes. W. L. DOUGLAS! i * THE 8HOE THAT H0L08 IT8 SHAPE $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 $4.60 & $6.00 «J8MK8« Money by Wearing W. L. Douglas shoes. For sale by over9000shoe dealers. ÆT The Best Known Shoes in the World. W/. L. Douglas name and the retail once b stamped on the bot W com of all shoes at the factory. The value is guaranteed and the wearer protected against high prices for inferior shoes. The retail prices are the same everywhere. They cost no more in San do in New York. They a» always worth the ft price paid for them. The quality of W. L. Doutas product ia guaranteed by A than 40 years experience in making fin* shoes. The «mart «vies an the leaden in the Fashion Centres of America. Ibev are made in a weU-couipped factory at Brockton, Mass, by the highe« paid, skilled shoemakers, under die direction and supervision of experienced men, all working with an hone« deter minati on to make the be« shoes for the price that money can buy. Ask your shoe dealer for W. L. Douglas iIiims. If he not supply you with the kind you went, take no make, write few interesting booklet explaining I get shoes of the highest standard of quality for the by return mall, postage freu. more ï HOÏ' prlees W Boys' Shorn gut | B tho Wodé $ 3.00 $ 2.50 & $ 24 » LOOK FOR W. L Douglas and the retail price ' stamped on the bottom. Präsident W. L Douglas Shoe Oo., Brockton, Mass. ; WHY STRIVE TO KILL TIME? If Annihilation Were Possible, the World Would Remain Just Ex actly as It Is Today. There are so many gentle proverbs devoted to the praise of Time, that it is wonderful to think how, in our day, that comely Titan has come to be re garded by the most of us as our worst enemy. We are forever scheming how to forereach him, to get the better of him, even—in the extravagant phrase of the speed-at-any-price maniacs—to anni hilate him. Those, to be sure, fail to see liow the consummation of their ideal would leave them exactly at the point from which they started. Even the forty minutes girdle round about the earth, if achieved, would soon exhaust the. excursive potential ities of existence: and, unless science is prepared to deal triumphantly with the problem of penetrating and breath ing atmosphereless space, one fails to see what the world would gain through a perfected system of aeroplanes but the taedium vitae in its final and quite incurable form. Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for Infants and children, and aee that it •=".<^£gar In Use for Over SO Years. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria The Main Thing. "I suppose it takes a certain amount of tact to get into society," said the Climber. Yes, one must know just whom to snub," replied the Woman Who Had Arrived. .. • THAT QRIM WHITE 8PECTRE, Pneumonia, follows on the heela of « neglected cough or cold. Delay no longer. Take Mansfield's Cough Bal sam. Price 60c and |1.00.—Adv. The -first thing a man does after making a fool of himself is to try to explain how it happened. at The parting that gives us pain ofteu occurs while we occupy a dentist's ehair. » Thoroughbred! iV »I cattta — 0®d buy thoroughbrec buy thoroughbred OVERALLS. WORK SHIRTS etc of It psysto It pays to clothes— Stifel's Indigo Cloth Standard ^ /or over 75 years / •re every inch thoroughbred. Firm, strongly woven cloth, that resists wear and weather. Color that lasts as long as the cloth. STIFEL'S INDIGO stamped on the side the garment You can tell the genuine by this little marlcLST* back of the cloth in* StSUTCBCO and you'll never be disappointed in the wear of your working for it's the CLOTH in die garment that gives the wear. Look for it clothes cu,h '^% J- L.STIFEL ASONSiÄäs: WHEELING, WEST VIRGINIA Mew York... 260-3« Cbvreta St. 8*nFrancises .PostalTeL Bid# Bt. Paul... .238 Bndlcott Bldg. Philadelphia... Bit Market St. St Joseph, Mo. .Saxton Bk. Bid«. Toronto, .il Manchester Bldg. 81 Bedford St. Baltimore.Coca-ColaBI4*. Winnipeg,«*)Hammond ilia*. Chicago,228 W. Jackson Bird. St Louis.9MVictoria Bldg Montreal.B.6UU.fcSSt. Paol St. Boston. TO * ill lli, II I % - i Should Find You Equipped With & WINCH BS Tt X Rifles and Cartridges Such an equipment will insure your success, as it has thousands of other hunters. Don't take a chance with other makes, but take along Winchester Rifles and Cartridges— the always-reliable kind. Made for all kinds of shooting. THE W BRAND BRINGS HOME THE GAME fs Give Your Livera Chance Take a time tried and proven remedy for Liver Complaints, Cost iveness, Biliousness, Jaundice, Kidney Troubles, Impur &or Bad Blood, Pimples, Indigestion. If suffering from these take Dr. Thacher's Liver and Blood Syrup $4% M Tv liver aadBMa«ys or* year best frieado if yoa keep tke« in ' tgmruun Meades. If yessre_ grse«pre$sraties— 80 «Md$l—elldeaient. Oldtime Musical Watch. An extraordinary timepiece haw come into the possession of a jeweler living in Chfllicothe, O., who Is said to have got it on a recent visit to London. It is a watch of the antique class, made in Paris 125Vears ago at a time when musical watches were much in vogue among the well-to-do classes. It is a fine specimen of the handmade article, and besides play ing beautiful melodies strikes the hours and quarters. The dial is note worthy on account of its rare and ex quisite enamel work on beautifully chased gold. It is looked upon as a curio of great value. Smallest He Had. Parson—Good morning, Mr. Skinner. I was pleased to see you contribute k> the missionary collection this morning. Skinner—Yes, I gave a nickel. Parson—A nickel ! , Why, I'm sur prised that a man of your standing should make a contribution like that. Skinner—Well, I know it was a good deal to give, but I felt that I ought to contribute something, and I didn't have anything smaller. COVETED BY ALL bnt possessed by few head of hair. If yours is streaked with gray, or Is harsh and stiff, you can re store It to Its former beauty and lus ter by using "La Creole" Hair Dress ing. Price fl.OO.—-Adv. beautiful Logical Deduction. "Is Willie interested in his nature study class?" "Very much; wanted to know to day if cat-tails belonged to the pussy willow family." Take Time to Eat. The more time you spend at your meals, the less you will spend in the cemetery. Weak, Fainty Heart, and Hyateriot can be rectified--by taking ''Renovine" a heart and nerve tonic. Price 50 c and |i. Mt The man who can acknowledge Ida mistake without blaming it on some one else has true courage. Sties, Granulated Eyelids, Sore and Inflamed Eyes healed promptly by the use of ROMAN EYE BALSAM —Adv. Man Is a target at which a woman i* always aiming.