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action. , Still, a pure food law might have saved Socrates, - ' '; Rusia, fortunately, has a perfect climate for nipping conspiracies. Use De Witt's Little Early Riers pleasant little pills that are easy to take. - Sold by all druggists. It is better to have too much to do than not enough. Even the challenges by Sir Thomas Lipton have not yet become antomatic. Stops ; itching instantly. Cures piles, eczema, salt rheum, tette, itch, hives, herpes,' scabies Doan's Oint ment. At all dealers. k . .1 Somif folks Work so, h'ard fanning themselves to keep cool that it makes them hot. For a mild' easy action of the bowels, a single dose of Doan s Regu lets is enough. Treatment cures ha bitual constipation. 25 cents a box, Ask your druggist for them. t Lots of women who wear, a rat wi .1 .! . . . .1 go straight up it you insinuate tney wear a wig. - . . . v. . It is a good thing to pay as you go but it is also a good thing to go it one better and buy a round trip ticket or you may have to walk back. During the summer kidney irregular ities are olten caused by excessive .... i. i , . . i drinking or being overheated. Attend to the kidneys at pnce by using Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold by all dealers. Some girls who have a most charm ing smile, spoil it all when they laugh out loud. They should cultivate the soil pedal. Heavy impure blood makes a muddy pimply complexion, headache, nausa indigestion. Thin blood makes you weak, pale! sickly. ;.. Burdock B Bitters makes the blood rich, red, pure restores perfect health. At a dealers. 11 71 1 I When a man has seen enough . and lived long enough to entitle him to have good sense and mature judgment, he generally turns out to be a cran or an old fogy. '' Dome European newspapers are growing horribly afraid that there is to be no war between the United States and Japan. ; - Spain is to have h new $80,000,000 navp, to be built in England. Under the circumstances, we could hardly ex tiect part of the order. There is one preparaiion known to day that will promptly help lhe stom ach, This is KodoL Kodol digests all classes of food, and it does it thor oughly, so that the use of Kodol for a time will without doubt help anyone who has stomach disorders or stomach trouble. Take Kodol today and con tinue it for the short time that is nec essary to give you complete relief, iKodoi is sold by all druggist A r reach army transport nas run . i-" it s ' - hore. The army naturally doesn't intend to let the navy get the better of it in the matter of disarmament. That woman defendant who .threw lancient eggs at the . judge probably tvas surprised when even that act w,as lot accepted us proof of her innocence. Jt is not thought wise to create a lew cabinet officer why not make the proposed national health bureau a de partment under the secretary of the Interior? , ','.',. :.' : . ,;V Bert Barber, or Elton, Wis, ii i i . i r i I says: I have only taken tour aoses ot , your Cidney and Bladder Pills ; and they ' ave done for me more than any other 'iedicine has ever ( done. I ; am still 'iking the pills as J ' want, a perfect 'ire." Mr. Barber refers to De Witt's idney and Bladder Pills. Sold . by 1 druggists. . ; " ."'''-' I Cashier Bourke, who wreoked the cranton Bank and received deposits 1 0f ter he knew the panic was insolvent. ' mmenced to serve his five-year term i .the Rankin farm Monday. He js i old man up in the sixties and evi ntly knows very little about the state ison system, tor he was greatly sur ged when informed that he would ve to don a suit of stripes. He night this was horrible. ' Receiving niey aftar his bank was busted was rrible, too, for the depositors. - " OMAN'S CONGRESS, MONT GLE, TENN. JULY 29-AUG. 5. deduced round trip rates via the Lile and Ohio R.R. for this occasion. k-ta on sale July 27th and 28th, iied to return on or before Srpfem , Ch, 11 Ca. ; Full particulars and j l iny be obtained from Mobile & hi railroad agents. - ' : Bibulous Georgians will now have to devise new methods of getting wlicnthey want it. Dibulous necep .i i i. i if sity Knows no law, and is the mother of invention. ' ' JUST EXRCTLY RIGHT. "I have used Dr. King's New life Pills for several years, and find them just exactly right," says Mr. A. A. Fel ton, of Harrisville N. Y. New Life Pills relieve without the least disconr fort. Best remedy for constipation biliousness and malaria, do cents at all drug stores. . , ' "In order to succeed . in lile.'' said the experienced person, you must not be afraid io make enemies." "Then, II .11 li answered the tractable youth, you would probably advise me to put in some time as a baseball umpire. BEST THE WORLD AFFORDS. nr 'i I t , , It gives me unbounded pleasure !o recommend Bucklen's Arnica. Salve," says J. w. Jenkins, of Chapel Hill. N. C. "I am convinced it's the best salve the world ufFords. " It cured a felon on my thumb, and it never fails to heal ev ery sore, burn or wound to which it is applied. 25c at all drug stores. Hobo "Dunn" yer afternoon nap, Willie, you wuz smilin' an' cooin'like a t,ree-mont's-old baby.' His Pal ' No wonder! I wuz dreamin I had a job as demonstrator for for a brew'ry." QUICK RELIEF FOR ASTHMA SUFFERERS. Foley's Honey and Tar affords im mediate relief to asthma sufferers in the worst stages and if taken in time will effect a cure. Sold by all dealers Tourist My physieian advises me to Iscate where I may have the benefit of the south wind. Does it blovvj here? Lanlord "My! but you're fortunate in coming to just the right placer Why, the south wind always blows here." Tourist "Always? Why, it seems to be blowing from the north now." Landlord "Oh, it may be coming from direction, but it's the south wind. : It's just coming back, you know.", . Bismarck's Love of Nature. Speaking of the country and the long walks he took daily, Bismarck said he loved nature, ,but the amount of life he saw awed him, and that it took a great deal, of faith to believe that an "all-seeing Eye" could notice every living atom when one realized what it meant. "Have you ever sat on the grass and examined it closely? There is enough life in one square ard to appall you," he said. CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC. CHOLERA AND DIARRHOEA , REMEDY WOULD HAVE SAVED HIM $100.00. -"In 1902 I had a very severe nt- !.' 1 J L ' r t f-i tacit i wurrnoea, says iv IN. r larrar of Cat Island, La. "For several weeks I was unable to do ahpithing. On March 18, 1907. I had a similar mt tack, and took Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy White gave me prompt relief. , 1 consider one of the best medicines of its 3nnd in the world in the8world. and liai useu u in,i9U oeueve it would wave J inno ii- . it . saved me a hundred dollar doctor s bill. Sold by all medicine dealers Anticipating Ham. Nigwt alter night the exceefftaglr quiet and backward youth had called on a neighboring farmer's daughter, sitting perfectly mute beside her while she .. did - all the entertaining. This night, however, the youth, wishing for a glaM of water, suddenly surprised her by blurting out: "Say, Sal, will you - ; ; : Dont exert yourself, Reuben,! he interrupted. "I understand. - Yea. Have you brought the rinsl" The Bohemian. - A MILLIONAIR'S BABY ' attended by the highest priced baby specjalist could not be cured of stom ach or bo.vel trouble any quicker or surer than your baby if you give it Mcuee s Baby Elexir. Cures diar. rhoea, dysentery and all deiangements the stomach or bowels. Price 25 cents and 50 cents at all drug stores. " ' A Difference In the Family. , Young Mother " (tenderly) Baby hood Is a sweet life drama. Young Father (testily) -No, it Isn't In the drama class. It 1 a screaming ;, A GOLDEN WEDDING means that man and wife have lived to a good old age and conseauentlv have kept healthy. , The best way to keep healthy is to see that vour liver does its duty 305 days out of SG5. The only way to do this is to keep Ballard's llcrLine in the house and take it when ever your liver gels inactive. COc per bottle at all drug stores. ' ;never HAD A SICK DAY." You hear lots of people f say they neverhad a sick day in their lite. Ask them further and you will find out they never had constipation and that' they can easily digest everything they eat. That is the keynote of health perfect diges'ion, fjerfect elimination. To ob tain these use Dr. Coldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which cures all stomac h, liver and bowej troubles in old or yonng. Ic is absolutely guaranteed to do what is claimed, and it you want to try it be fore buying, send your address for a free somple bottle to Pepsin Syrup Co., 119 Caldwell Bldtf.; Moriticello, III. It 111 it i.. i i rm is sold by all medicine desfiers at DUc and $1 a bottle.' Chicken ft a Quadruped. - Columbus, lnd Carl Rathnian, a baker of this city, hag a freak chicken with four legs. The chicken was hatched in An incubator ten weeks ago, and it was tnougnt mat a fowl bo abnormal could not live. It has feath ered out, is larger than other chick ens of the age, and moves around rap idly. The. extra legs are fastened to the hack, with Jojuts back of ilie nor ma'lly formed legs. .Mean Men in Troy, N. Y. Troy (N. i.) women, conducting a "flip day"' for charity, had to deduct 13.40 fio-n it's reoeir.ts because of coir: terlYit t$- 1 his is what tlon, Jake ivtoore, . . 1 1 t State Warden of Georgia, says of Ko dol For Dyspepsia: E. C. DeW.tt & Co., Chicago, III. Dear Sir I have sulterecl more than twenty years trom ndigestion. About eighteen months go I had grown so much worse that could not digest' a crust ofaerrn i ii . . . i bread and could not retain anything on my stomach. I lost 25 Lbs; in fact made up mp mind that I could not vd but a short time, when a friend f mine recommended Kodol. ' I con sented to try it to try it to please him and was better in one day. I now weigh more than I ever did in my ljfe and am in belter health than for many 1 i i i i VI I I years. rodol did it. I keep a bottle constantly, and write this hoping that umanity may be benefitted. Yours very truly, Ja-k C. Moore, Atlanta, Aug. 10. 1904." Sold by all druggists. The Will. Our bodies are our gardens; to the which our wills are gardeners; so that if we will plaut nettles, or sow lettuce; set hyssop, and weed up thyme; supply It with one gender of herbs, or distract it with many; either to have it sterile with idleness, or manured with industry; why, the power and corrogible authority of this lies in our wills. If the balance of our lives had not one scale of rea son to poise another of sensuality, the blood and baseness of our natures would conduct us to most preposter ous conclusions. William Shakes- HAPPY HOMES.1 ' Unhappy and poverty in families is often due to constant sickness. 'Dis ease usually starts somewhere in the stomach or intestines, and if you wili take a remedy like Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin at tt.e first approach of chronic constipation, indigestion, liver trouble, sick headache, etc., you are veiy sure noi td have serious dis ease. . The remedy is absolutely guar anteed To Jo what we claim, and i you want to try it before buying, send your address for a free sample bottlt to Pepsic , Syrup C.. 119 Caldwel Bldg.,-MMiticelIo, IIL It is sold by all medicine dealers at 50c and SI bottle." Man the Driver. No man will ever admit that any woman an drive better than he can. Even the woman who dances on the back oi a horse at the circus doesn't know as much about horses as he Woes." The anly reason he can't danes on the back, of a horse Is that he can't dance; "it isn't the back of the horse that cuts any figure. The man who drives with a woman, and lets the woman drive, should have one of these two slgrovtacked to him if he wants to keep the respect of ather men: l am in love," or "I have rheumatism in my Sneers." Atchison Clobe. STIMULATION WITHOUT c v ; IRRITATION. That is the watchword. That what Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does is Clenses and stimulates the bowels without irritafiorl in any form. I Sold. by all dealers.; . Garden of th Gods. The Garden of the Gods Is a tract of land about , 600 acres In extent, near Colorado Springs, Col. It abounds In weird and fantastic pinnacles and towers of red and "white sandstone, some of them more than 500 feet in height. Among the chief features of interest are' the Cathedral Spires, the Balanced Rock, etc. The gateway of the garden consists of two enormous masses of red sandstone, 330 feet high, sufficiently far apart, for th roadway to between Cmrs, . Dr. Thomas' Electris Oil is the best remedy far that t,fien fa; a! dcn croup.' I la bee n um J wn'i in our family far c success Mrs. At !l ye irs. N. Y. ' L. Vhiteoore, I r t A Moat Valuable Agent. The glycerine employed In Dr. Fierco'p medi'dries greatly euhanc. the medicinal proxrtles which It extracts from native medicinal roots and holds In solution much better than alcohol would. It also possesses medicinal propertied of IU own, being a valuable demulcent, nutritive. anusepuc una a nti ferment. It ndda greatly to the efficacy pf tlx; Illack Cherry bark, Bloodroot, Golden .Seal root, Stone rum, auu yueeirs root, contained In Golden Medical Discovery "Jn Subduing tiuuim:. or lingering coughs, bronchial. throat and lung atiections, for all of which these agents are recommended bystand- aru ineuivai authorities. In all cases where there is a wasting away of flesh, loss of appetite, with weak StomacTi, as In the early sjtages of con sumuxipn, there can bo no doubt that gly cerineacts as a valuable nntritlvA irt aids Jrtie Golden Seal root. Stone root, promoting iiKcstlon and building up the tlesh aiftflblrentrth. controllinor tho ennirh and brining about a healthy condition of the wl.ilo system. Of course, it must not be eifiiected to work miracles. It will not cureUjnsumption except In its earlier Stages. It will cure very severe, 0 nj hsnFoTi cnroni.- cpiml.s l.ronfrhiaT "d laryngriil Troiiblrs. a ruFiJironic son) tfipiilt Wil,lf liii:irsiTiw In npiitnnmiffh Itunot so ellective. Ids in tho lingering hang-on coughs, or those of long standing, even when accompanied by blending from lungs, that it has performed , its most marvelong cure.,; Prof. FInley KUingwood. M. D., of Ben nett Metj- College,-Chicago, says of gly cerine: i . "In dyspepsfa It servos an excellent purpose. IToldlftif a lixed quantity of tlm pt'i'oxido ot hydioiren In solulion.it Is one of the best inbnufHi'tuM-d products of the present time in Its action Mjxm enfuolilud, uUsordcrcd stom achs, especially If there is ulceration or ca tarrhal Kastiltis (catarrhal inflammation of stomach it is a most cilirient preparation, filyceiine will relievu manycusesof pyrosis (heartburn) and excessive tastiio (stomach) acidity." "'Golden Medical Discovery" enriches and puriiies tin; blood fuilni? lilotclics. nimples, eruptions, scrofulous swullintrs and old solus, or ulcers. , Sejul to Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo. N. Y for free lieoK let, teiline ail aNtii Hie nativa medicinal n.ots ciinijiuMner this woudurfui Bicdicine. 'i'liere s no alcohol in it. "Chance" and St: Anthony. , Who knows what is chance? A golf er told nie lately that he was playing In Spain with a young Catholic stu dent of divinity, who hit his ball into a forest of thistles. He sought for it sorrowfully, for golf balls are ex pensive in Spain. At last the player bethought him of St. Anthony of Padua, that great finder of things lost. On his watch chain the young man wore a bronze cross dedicated to St. Anthony, or mixed up with him some how. Detaching the cross he threw it high into the jungle of thistles; while my friend marked where it fell, went up to it, and found the lost ball lying witHin . a few inches of the bronze cross. A CONTENTED WOMAN is always found in the same house with Ballard s Snow Liniment. It keeps every member of the family free from aches a id pains, k heals cuts, burns and scalds and cures rheumatism, neu ralgia,' lumbago and all muscular sore ness and stiffness. 25c 50c and $1.00 a bottle at all drug stores. - The Ice Napoleon. The ice magnate was breakfasting on his yacht in the cool, wind-swept harbor. "Queer people, the poor," said his Eon. How they must stint themselves. A sweatshop worker dropped in at the office yesterday said his two babies were sick and paid for a week's ice In advance." ' , "He could pay in advance; eh? mused the magnate over his champagne-drenched grapefruit. "Then wire headquarters to put up prices twenty per cent at once." HELP FOR THOSE WHO HAVE ; , STOMACH TROUBLE. A t. 1 ' ' . r '. ' , rtttor aoctonng tor about twelve years for a bad stomach trouble, and spending nearly five hundred dollars for medicine and doctors' fees. I pur ceased my wife one box of Chamber lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, which did her so -much good that she continued to use them and thev have done her more good than all of the medicine I bought before. Samuel Boyer, Folsom, Iowa. This medicine is for sale by all Druggists. Samples ree. " '. 'A' : "' Quite the Contrary. "Gentlemen," said the campaign spellbinder, as he began his speech, "in the words of our illustrious chief at Washington, who said: 'Sjeak '" s "Louder!" yelled a score of voices In the back part of the hall. . , "IJot at ail, gentlemen," said the orator, visibly Irritated. "He said, as every well-informed person knows: 'Speak softly,' even while carrying .the big stick. If I am Interrupted again" here he waved the chairman's gavel aloft -"I shall use the big stick un sparingly!" ' Having thus asserted himself, and silenced the rude persons who had bet guilty of the unseemly interrup tion, he resumed his speech. r ! Mm ) CurCS CcU-llS. Col.'?'!, ii, !!LT2H' Prevents Pneumonia end Consutnminn Giving Him a Hint, They were walking under a very lit tle umbrella, and she liked It well enough not to want a large spread of alpaca. , He was modest and seemed to be nervous, and she finally remarked, very softly, and with a note of Interrogation: "Charlie, I'll carry the umbrella, if you will let me?" "Oh, nc-J I can carry it." "Yes, Char lie, but. you see, your arm takes up so much room that one side of me 'is out In the wet." "I know, Fanny; but, what will I do with my arm? Won't it be in the way all the name?" 1 don't know, Charlie; Tom Clark al ways knows what to do with hia arm when he is under an umbrella with -Mary Martin." . African Natives' Drum Signals. ' AJI through the continent of Africa the natives have a very perfect sys tem of signaling with drums, by which means they rap out messages from vil lage to village, and it is quite won derful how swiftly and how far they are able, to spread hews. ' The drumming is always done at night, when sound travels further, and as one lies awake on a still, clear night, the ear is often gently assailed by the low, musical roll from a drum in the village near, and one waits with pleasant expectancy till the an swering echo comes, muffled by dis tance, from a village sometimes two miles away. Wide World Maravlno. Why Cowboys War Long Hair. The cowboy uttered an annoyed cry as one of his curls fell into the beer. .It ain't no affectation," he said, What makes me and Buffalo Bill and all us plainsmen wear the hair long. It is necessary to our" health. "You see, we are out in all weath ers. Often hatless, the August sun beats on our heads like fire, and but for our hair we'd get sunstroke. Often we sleep on the ground at night, and him that ain't got long hair to cover his ears in- sleepin' out invariably gets deaf in the ear what is slept on. Often, In winter storms, the hair pro tects the face from being friz." HON. G C. RANKIN, WASHING- TON, D. C. . Men in high life, who are at a con stant nervous tension, soon suffer from indigrs'ion. Hon. George C. Rankin, formerly of Monmouth, III., now ho'd ing a high position with the govern ment at Washington, became afflicted in that way. He wants it known that he cured himself with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and recommends it to others similarly afflicted. It is abso lutely guaranteed to do what is claim ed, rnd if you want to try ii , before buying, send your address for a free sample bottle to Pepsin Syrup Col, 119 Caldwell Bldg.. Monticello, III. It is sold by a'l medicine dealers at 50c and $1 a bottle. , The anvil must be kept ringing or no peace will come to the smith. So musj the milk flow be sustained If profit Is to come from the old, cow. No feed can overcome the shrinK age of milk from exposure to cold weather and storms. The safest pol icy is to protect the cow well from bad weather. All the "success that men have with the dairy cow comes from studying the business. No one need expect to win unless he puts some thought Into his work. Weak ii frequently suffer great pain and mbcry during t&o change of life. It is at this effect of taking Cardui is who imd that it relieves It Will Help You Mrs. Lucinda. C. Hill, "Before I began to take Cardui, I suffered so badly I was afraid to lie down" at night. After I began to take it I felt better in a week. Now my pains have gone. I can sleep like a girl of 16 and the change or me nas nearly left me.", AT ALL DRUG 9 r" i t frnnn T o f,; a'.i. . -J 4. 1 FarT .it;:.': r l tt Often Ths Kidneys Are : bjr Oyer-Wert Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. It used to be considered that only urinary and Madder troubles wvre to be traceu to the kidneys, but ' now modern science proves that nearly all diseases have their beginning .in the disorder of these ni06t important organs. The kidneys filter ami purify the blood that is their work. Therefore, when your Icidne are weak or out of order, you can understand how quickly your entire body is affected and liow every orjjan seems to fail to do its duty. If vou are sick or " feel badly," betna taking the jreat kidney remedy, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, because as sooti as your kidneys are well they will help all'the other organs to health. .Atrial' will convince anyone. If you are sick" you can make no mis take by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney jretnedy, is . swn .realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing" cases, and is sold ah ,tc itit.n1 c rt ail ' druirjnstsiu fifty-cent, and one-dollar size Ev'S-ft bottles. Vou niav "--tilM; have a sample bottle nome of Swamp-Root. by mail free, also a pamphlet telling you how to find out if ' you have kidney tor bladder trouble., "Mentioir this papeT when writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing hamton, N. Y. Don't itiake any mistake, but remember the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swaiup-Koot, and the ad dress, Bittghaiiiton, X. Y., on every bottle. Rapid, Still, Powrierless Gun. Paris. The .Journal announces that a French engineer rartied Ponteaux has invented a mitrailledse worked by eleetrieiiy, which can lire without pow der and with no explosion 1.200 bul lets a minute. Experiments soon win be made with the weapon, and if sue eessful it is believed the gun will rvr elutionie modern artiyMf. TWENTY-FIVE CENTS IS THE PRICE OF PEACE. The terrible itching and smarting, incident to certain skin diseases, is al most instantly' allayed by applying Chamberlain's Salve. Price 25 cents. For sale by all Druggists. Love and Money. "After all, the sum of human happi ness may be totaled up in three word3," said she.. "What on earth are they?" inquires her partner in Mfe's joys and sorrows. " 'I love you.' " "O, I thought you mean't 'Pay t bearer.' "Stray Stories. BOY'S LIFE SAVED. My little boy, four years old, bad a severe attack of dysentery. We bad two physicians, both of them gave him up. We then gave him Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy w hich cured him and believe that saved his life - William H. Stroling, Carbon. Hill, Ala. There is no doubt but.liist remedy saves the lives of reny childten each year. Give it wtWcas tor oil according to the plain printedl directions and a cure is aertjurui For. sale by all medicine dealers-. , "Womeii time tlr.t the beneficial most apprc-Jated, b those their distir .s. J- J 15 of Frceland. O.. Try Cardui 0X01113 o CONTAINS 115 HARMFUL ' DRUGS The Gruno la ih the h it or i rig ot Ufti.(j :iir -jir AT THf LAtNTAfv CP dealers.