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KIDNEY MEDICINE I have been nelling Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root for fifteen years and during that time have heard nothing but praises from my customers for the benefits re ceived from its use. Without exception, it is the most popular kidney remedy on the market and one of the best. Very truly yours, CHÀS. A. f-RASER, Ex. Member Okla. Board Pharmacy. Dec. 8th, 1915. Red Rock, Okla. Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For Y os Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample size bot tle. It will convince anyone. You will »Iso receive a booklet of valuable infor mation, telling about the kidneys and blad der. When writing, be sure and mention this paper. Regular fifty-cent and one dollar size bottles for sale at all drug stores.—Adv. A Long Run. "This bill has been running now for three months," said the collector. "Dear me," said the debtor, "how tired it must be !"—Detroit Free Press. ALWAYS LOOK YOUR BEST As to Your Hair and 8kin by Using Cuticura. Trial Free. The Soap to cleanse and purify, the Ointment to soothe and heal. These fragrant, super-creamy emollients pre serve the natural purity and beauty of the skin under conditions which, If neglected, tend to produce a state of irritation and disfigurement. Free sample each by mall with Book. Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston. Sold everywhere.—Adv. T Hit Only Fear. Damocles saw the sword suspended by a hair. "Quite safe," he declared, "now show me a sword suspended by bald ness." Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for Infants and children, and see that it Signatured In Use for Over 30 Years. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria It Is No Worry. "Why the cogitation?" "I wish I could flud some good sub stitute for gasoline." "I find walking works very well."— Pittsburgh Post. New York has 50,000 families re ceiving charity aid. HEAT FLASHES, DIZZY, NERVOUS Mrs. Wynn Tells How Lydia EL Pink ham's Vegetable Compound Helped Her i DuringChangeofLife. f Richmond, Va. — "After taking •even bottles of Lydia E. Knkham'a Vegetable Com pound I feel like a new woman. I al ways had a headache during the Change of Life and was also troubled with other bad * feelings com mon at that time dizzy spells, nervoua feelings and heat flashes. Now I am in better health than I ever was and recommend your remedies to all my friends. ''—Mrs. Lena Wynn, 2812 E. O Street, Richmond, Va. While Change of Life is a most crit ical period of a woman's existence, the annoying Bymptoms which accompany it may be controlled, and normal health restored by the timely use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Such warning symptoms are a sense of suffocation, hot flashes, headaches, backaches, dread of impending evil, timidity, sounds in the ears, palpitation of the heart, sparks before the eyes, irregularities, constipation, variable ap petite, weakness and inquietude, and dizziness. For these abnormal conditions do not fail to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vega table Compound. BLACK LOSSES SURELY PREVENTED by CUTTER'S BLACKLEG PILLS Low-priced, fresh. relUMe ; ■ P re erred t y VVflHIK' ■ H ■ H »«tern «lock men. because they *Br> ÆÊUMÊm protect where other ffW, . voccloeo falL r-Vrt+ekKbo*}« and testimonials. ( 10-dost pkf. Blacfcltf PHI*. $1.00 50-fest pkf. Blacâioc PH!*. $4.00 T Use any Injector, but Cutter*« simplest and strongest. The superiority ol Cutter produits to ol specializing h» vaccines AND SKRUVS ONLY. In&14T ON CUTTJUL'S. II uaobuiasbla. order direct. Tke Cotter Ukeretsry. Berkeley, Mlferale raw«», A toilet pnmUon of merit Helpe to erujloste dandruff. I ForReetorknc Color ud BmtrtoGw orFsM Hair [___kgosae ti.oe at PruniiSL Every Woman Wants ; - FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved in watar for étendue »tope Pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflam throat and W. N. U., Salt Lake City, No. 2S-1B1A | JAPAN PLANS TO RENEW DE MANDS ON CHINA AT AN EARLY DATE. New Element» of Peril to American Interest» Developa in Plan of Mikado to Gain Control of Con cession! in China. Washington.—The gravity of the Japanese-Russtan-Chinese situation is increasing and new elements of peril to American interests has developed. It has become known that Japan plans to renew at an early date the demands on China contained in the famous group five, which seated originally in January, 1915, but were withdrawn because of the great powers' opposition to them. These demands, if acquiesced in, would Invest the Japanese emperor ■with sovereignty over China. Japan, it is known here, confidently expects the new Chinese president, Li Yuan Hung, to accede to her demands. LI Yuan Hung was eiflicated in Japan, and the Japanese government has sounded him out on the subject of "co operation for mutual advantages" un der the provisions of group five. This is taken to be an informal renewal of these demands. were pre An attache of the Japanese embassy is quoted as saying the treaty negative alliance for mutual protection against aggression, and does not cern the United States in any way. This attache continued: and Japan are restrained by the treaty from entering into any agreement with a third power, which would be to the prejudice of either in Asia. The fear of Asia was that some other £ might join with Japan. Russia is was a COD ■'Russia power pre vented from entering into an alliance with Germany or any other power against Japan. That is about all there is to the treaty." The state department is not satisfied and has renewed its instructions to its ambassadors at Tokio and Petro grad to send all the information they can get concerning the new alliance. QUICK ACTION DESIRED: Carranza Notified Negotiations Can Proceed at Once. Washington.—General Carranza has been notified that negotiations for the settlement of the border difficulties need not await the return of Secre tary Lansing from his vacation. It is expected here that Carranza propose a formal conference will rather than informal conversations be tween Ambassador Arredondo and the state department. American officials will accede to any plan which quick action. assures WILL MAKE ANOTHER TRIP. German Submarine Captain Confident of Leaving Port Within Ten Days. Baltimore, Md.—Confident that the efTorta of the diplomatic representa tives of the entente allies to have his vessel classed as a warship and in terned will prove unavailing, Captain Paul Koenig, master of the German submarine Deutschland, Is preparing voyage to leave port on his return within ten days. World'» Greatest Pacer Dead. Patch, pacing king, owned by M. W. Savage, Minne apolis, died of athletic heart at the Savage farm. Savage, Minn., July 11. In 1906 the champion pacer went a mile over the St. Paul track in 1 min ute and 55 seconds flat, the premier sulky record of the world. Dan Patch was bought by the Minneapolis horse man for $60,000. from the tracks several years ago and had since been used for breeding pur poses. Minneapolis.—Dan He was withdrawn Villa Bandits Beaten Off. Chihuahua City, Mexico—Two Villa bands attacked Carranza garrisons Tuesday at Rosario and Parral, but in both cases were beaten off with losses, according to official reports to General Trevino. on From Rosario the bandits were drive» south toward the Durango line by government troops under Generals Gaclto and Hernandez. Threatened Strike in Spain. Madrid.—A general strike of rail road men is threatened, according to dispatches from the provinces. The movement seems to be gaining the ad herence of other workers In Madrid, Barcelona, Oviedo. Valencia and Bil bao. Another Submarine Coming. commercial submarine, the Bremen, constructed b* thé same company that built the Deutschland, r—w In an American port, has already left tbe harbor, according to the Berlin Voasische Zeitung. Amsterdam.—Another Alfalfa Flour. Alfalfa flour la now mixed with wheat flour and made Into bread. It osts less and has greater food value than ordinary wheat flour. Most peo ple don't like It, but perhaps we can get used to It just as we farce our stock to eat sweet clover. Sawed-Off Sermon. Tfiere would be a lot more old '»chelors In the world If prospective I 's I ' irtd< " were to Inquire Into the «LUES MUKE MS ENGLISH TAKE GERMAN LINES ALONG FRONT OF EIGHT MILES AFTER LONG FIGHT. French Troops Are Battering Their Way Into Perrone, While Russians Are Advancing Upon German Stronghold at Kovel. London.—The capture of the whole of the German first system of defense on a front of 14,000 yards (nearly eight miles), after ten days and nights of continuous fighting, is announced in the offlctal report from British ' head quarters in France. The number of prisoners taken exceeds 7.500. The British front is less than nine miles from La Ponne and with the French army to the south looking down on Peronne from the high pla teau on the south bank of the Somme. Both important strategic pointa are gravely menaced. The French troops of General Foeh spent Tuesday in consolidating their gaiifs and in bringing up the heavy guns by which they propose to batter their way into Perrone. The FVench batteries, directed by swarms of aeroplanes, which have practically driven the Germans from the air, are bathing the shattered city with steel and pounding the German defenses into duts. The Germans are counter attacking furiously at many points on this from as well as against the lines held by the British. They are trying desper ately to retain their hold lu the Ma metz woods, the larger trt of which was wrested from them by the troops of General Haig, and are striking des perately at the British along the La Pomaine-Peronne high road. The Russian armies are rapidly ad vancing on the German stronghold at Kovel, It was announced Tuesday In Petrograd. Fierce fighting continues on the west side of the Stokhod river, on ■both sides of the Rovno-Kovel rail road, and the czar's troops are press ing the Teutons back toward Valdimlr Volynnskl, west of Lutzk. According to Russian reports, the retiring Germans are setting forest fires to cover their retreat. The most serious of these are raging between the Styr and Coryn rivers and south of the Sarny-Kovel railroad. Pope Would Restore Peace. Berlin.—The pope is continuing his efTorta for peace and with this poBe, according to the Cologne Volk» Zeitung, has sent instructions to the bishops to devote the last Sunday of the second year of the war to a gen eral communion of children, service Is to be celebrated in all the churches and chapels of Europe and, by the pope's instructions, is to take the most'solemn possible form. pur This Mobilization Drag». New York.—Maj. Gen. Wood, commander of the department of the east, announced July 10 that af ter three weeks and a day since Pres ident Wilson's orders for the mobili zation of the national guard only 43, 000 men have been sent to tke front out of a possible 130,000 in his mand of twenty-two states and the District of Columbia. Leonard - Coal Broker Shot. New York.—Christopher Boulinger, a wealthy coal broker, with offices Broadway, was shot to death at Cald well, N. J. Mrs Margaret Claire Beut inger, his wife, was arrested and charged with homicide, tribute the shooting to domestic trouble. 00 Friend» at Nineteen Die In ■ Day. New York.—Nineteen more deaths from Infantile paralysis In New York City for the twenty-four hours ending at 10 o'clock Sunday morning reported by the department of health, making the totaj fatalities 224 since the epidemic started. were Wilson Will be Notified. Washington. — President probably will be formally notified of his nomination by the St. Louis vention at shadow I-awn. his home in New Jertey, during tbe first week in August. Wilson con summer Knights of Pyth'as Meet. Cleveland, O.—The supreme mili tary department of the Knight» of Pythias opened a three day session here Tuesday, of twenty-six »tales Brigade commandera were presenL German Casualties, London,—German casualties from the beginning of the war to the end of June, as computed from officiel Ger man lists, are given as 3,612,637 in official statement made public here. an Subway Development The first "subway»" were cut» for pipe» and wire», large enough for a man to walk In. and supplied with In spection opening». •tailed in Pari» by Napoleon IIL The Chicago street traffic subways were first built In 1866-71. But In our These were In gen «rai modern acceptance of the word, the first "subways" were those of tbe deep underground steam railway of London, bullt ln 188C. The first "real subway" In the United States was th^ in Boston, 1887. I Job for Photographer. I "I want yer to take a picture of our I Joe here," »aid the fond parent to the j country photographer. ! Joseph was requested to stand in a I certain attitude and look towards the photographer. That gentleman's ape I riaUty was quick developing, and in a ! short space of time a negative was I placed In the mother's hand. She looked at It very uneasily for some time, and then remarked : "I seen a notice in the window there to say you can do photos to custom er's desire, so I'd he obliged to yer If you could put another face on Joe. You see. It's to he sent with an ad vertisement which said 'they wanted a boy. smart-looking ami honest.'" Lives Up to His Name. "For the first year of his married life Rounder came to dinner in eve ning clothes." "What does he do now ?" "Now he comes to breakfast In them."—Boston Evening Transcript. In the 15 years that copper has been mined in Alaska about trjo.otm, D00 pounds have been produced. / i "** jüà For Goodness Sake use KG Baking Powder W I * Purity First It will never disappoint you—try it if you like good things to eat. OKLOunces For OGL<$ Wti f. A ' "My! These ;VS KG doughnuts > are good" / 4 S? WHERE WOMEN WHERE WOMEN SELECT MATE In New Guinea It It Considered Be neath the Dignity of Men to Take Time to Court. So far as proposals of marriage are concerned, lu New Guinea It Is always leap-year, for In that Island the men consider It benenth their dignity to no tice women, much less to make over tures of marriage, proposiez is left to the women to do. When the ebony belle falls In love with a man she sends a piece of string lo his slater, or, If he has no slater, to his mother, or another of Ills Indy relatives. Then the Indy who receives the string tells the dusky brnve that the particular damsel Is in love with him. No courting follows, however, for It Is considered beneath a New Guinea gen tleman's dignity to waste time In sin # a pursuit. If the man thinks he would like to wed the lady, he meets her alone, and they decide straight away whether to marry or drop the Idea. In the former ease the betrothal Is announced. The man Is then branded on the back with charcoal, while if mark Is cut Into the woman's skin. No brenoh-of-promlse actions are possible In New Guinea, though If the lady Is Jilted her friends muy hunt her lover up and "go" for him. On the other hand, If the dark damsel prove* faithless, she Is liable to be eaten by her betrothed If he catches her. Consequently, the 8eala Can Drown. U I» a curious fact ihHt the fur seal «-a» once a land animal. The baby seals are actually afraid of wafer; they would drown If thrown Into It, and have to learn lo swim by repealed efforts. When once they have been taught to swim, however, they forget to walk. There are In existence only two Itn portant herds of fur seals, one of which has Its breeding ground In the I Commnnder Islands, belonging to Bus- ; sla, the other In the Prlhllof Islands ' belonging to the Unites! States, Of I these the latter Is much the larger, j The Prlhllof Islands sooii are government I property, and thus It happens that the ! United Stales government finds llself j the owner of by fsr the most valuable ' herd of fur seals In the world. Exaggeration. Jerolomon (!. Woodford, a toxtlh- j expert, was talking about the ginnt chemical trust Just formed in Ger many. "Trusts don't do the harm," he »aid, j "that th-y are popularly supposed to j do. There's a lot >1 ridiculous exug i gerat Ion In this trust octopus talk. It j reminds one of the girl on the sea vo> age who wrote: "That day n frightful tempest hurst upon us, hut I resolved to stay on deck, i even though the w ind Increased to j such a terrible hurricane that It was j only with the greatest difficulty I could keep up my parasol.' " Indorsement Guaranteed. "Of course you have an echo mime- j where around the place," »uld MIjui C ayenne. "A number of thejn," replied the ho tel man. ''Shall I direct you to them?" "I don't want one for myself. There 1» a man In the party who tnaixt* on beleg absolutely »gr-öd with every time he my» a word." What Sait? "Are you Inviting that queer fish Mr. JlmsnnT" "Tea. I'm dropping him a Una."— Boston levelling Transcript. It's a Picnic Getting Ready for a Picnic If you choot* Spanah Ofive* Pickles Sweet Relish Ham Loaf Veal Los! Chicken Loaf Fruit Preserves JcDrct Apple Butter Luncheon Meats ^ Pork and Bean* Ready to Serve 0 Food Products /«At m Lite*' I af Libby, McNeill a Libby Chicago l^lUr £ What the Tea Levea Tell Do you know how l tell fortune» In a teacup? It furnlshc» a great ileal of entertainment at a party. Chinese rhyme explains It: "One leaf, alone you'll he; Ttvo together, the priest you'll see. Three together, your wish will gain; Four, a letter from loving swain. Five, good news the letter will bring; Six In a row, a song you'll sing. Seven together, good fortune iiwalts. So suy to you the teacups' fates. Tea leaves large and tea leaves tall Bring you company, great and small. Tea leaves many and scattered fine Is of had luck the surest sign. Tea leaves few and near the rim, Your cup of Joy o'ertlows the brim." This Taken Philosophically. An Irishman was sauntering home ward from his labors one pay day when he passed a quarry where some blasting was being done. Just ns be punned a blust came und blew one of The quarrymeii quickly gathered about and condoled with him while awaiting the uiiihulnnce. "What a fearful Ihlngl" cried one of them. "Oh, well," answered Murphy, "It might ha' been worse !" "How's that?" ask «el the man. "It might ha' been the hand wld wages In." hl» hands off, me Position of Immunity. "You people all *ecin lo lake it great deal of loose talk from that man In u frock coat." "Yes," replied Bronco Bob. "He sort o' puls It over on us, because he knows he kin. He'» the only undertaker In Crimson Gulch. No matter whut kind o' trouble comes up, there's necessarily an under*landin' that he's to bo a »ur vi vor." It Is easier to lend than to drive. / / m/M \ i DELICIOUS!" 5 w k A New Use For This Word The New Post Toasties are truly entitled to the word "delicious." They re distinguished by the tiny hubbies found on each flake and they carry the full, rich flavour of not found in com flakes choke, white Indian com of the past And unlike common com flakes, they are not "chaffy" in the package and don't grow mushy in milk or cream. Note carefully the tiny bubbles—then try a hand' In comparison, other corn ful dry to test the flavour, flakes are as "chaff." New Post Toasties Sold by Grocers everywhere. SOME FORMS OF HYPNOTISM Many May Be Known to the Reader^ While Other* Have A Flavor That It New. Hypnotizing a lien Is a trick known to most country boys. It is an old experiment, first described by the Je suit Father Athanasius Kin-her, who laid a lien on the table, held It firmly for a little while, and drew n chalk line In front of Us eyes, with the re sult Hint It remained as If In catalepsy. In India It is known Hint a cobra cuuglil by Hie neck and gently pressed will •mini' slirr mid remain so for a nmsldi-rahli- lime, either colled non up or out straight. A frog fastened to a board and turned suddenly upside down goes Into a trance, (»liier animals are atisrep Utile to this treatment, some moro quickly than others. If you pick up u crab and wave II In llie air It becomes Immobile, s fe male bending her legs over her nltdu meu, a male sticking them out almost straight. The same Is true of I ha fresh water crayfish, only llila résista for a much longer lime Ilian ths ersb. Among the Insects catalepsy com monly known as "death feigning"—Is common, and, according to I'rof. Be neat Mangold, the leurued naturalist. Is often a means of saving the fife of the Insect, Fellow Feeling. Mr. Landry, ■ wealthy though misers ly man, was one day relating to • Quaker a tale of deep distress and concluded by saying: "I could not hut feel for him." "Verily, friend," replied the Quaker, "thou didst right In thst thon didst feel for thy neighbor, but didst thorn feel In the right place? Didst thou feel In lliy les-ket?"