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jHLugty secretions tell If disease BlTio the system. Too frequent urination, discolored urine, control at night Indicate that the kidneys are dis ordered. Doan’s Kid ney rills cure sick ■ I kidneys. S. E. Vaughan, 601 ■lny* e. South St., lola, K' |L Kan., says; "Diabetes Hi had set in and I ex pected to live but a short time. Kidney secretions were milky white and back pains were terrible. I was a y wife had to lead me. After Everything else, I began with K Kidney Pills and was soon K, Continued use cured me.” Esther the name —Doan’s. Kgie by all dealers. 50 cents a ■ foster-Milburn Cos., Buffalo, N. Y. I Not He. ■He (ire In this hotel is fierce.” E the scenery is sublime.” E landlord doesn’t deserve any Efor that." causes and furiously aggravate* VLm. It if) thoroughly curod by I)r. Tiny sugar-coated granule*. ■ ALMOST WORN OUT. j 1 H Elw~ \ *. I I . I] J*• • / / M 0 I r Hf gyp \ • ) I Hli Pontine—ls your knee tired, b ■■derly—lt must be, pet; it’s gona ■ileep. ■ Good Record Made by Women. ■hough the activity of women, in H anil-tuberculosis campaign, sana ■a and hospitals for the treatment ■tiherculosls have been erected; Hnllng libraries have been circu it), posters, circulars and other Bjdl of literature have been dlstrlb- Bri to the number of millions of lets, thousands of lectures have ■ given, large sums of money have fcaecured, hundreds of needy cases Bn been helped; tuberculosis work B* been started in many communl- Bl where no movement had existed; Bi millions of women have learned ■ dangers and methods of preven- Bi of tuberculosis. The work of the •sen extends from the drawing room ■the rich to the homes of the poor, ■(embraces all classes, including the pbry girl and millionaire. During • coining year a special campaign of •tnrea to women will be carried on lH parts of the United States. lie Gives Cadet Typhoid. pman Smith, who was strlck typhold fever on the Indiana >uth, England, contracted the It Is said, from smoking a sd nearly a year ago by his e at Annapolis who had a bad fphoid. This theory is taken that concentrated nicotine estroy a typhoid germ. The department of the navy will Into the theory with the de mldshlpmen of the future tae themselves to their own lack of money > Godsend In This Cate. lot always that a lack of a benefit. of Green Forest, Ark., owes b to the fact that she could In advance the fee demand specialist to treat her fop troublp. In telling of her says; been treated by four differ- Iclans during 10 years of trouble. -Lately I called on 'ho told me he could not cure I had neuralgia of the atom in I went to a specialist who had catarrh of the stomach be could cure mo In four ut would have to have his >wn. I could not raise the sum and In my extremity I 1 Quit coffee and try Postum. topped coffee and gave Post rough trial and the results 1 magical. I now sleep well something I had not done ' time; the pain in my (torn me and I am a different 4ed to quit coffee, because e I had tried to stop it I suf -1 severe headaches, so I con drink It although I had rea lleve It was Injurious to me, the cause of my stomach 'd extreme nervousness. But and Postum to shift to it was surprise I did not miss cof -1 began to drink Postum. bad been steadily and suro tne and I didn’t fully realize doing it until I quit and a Postum.” '* *he above letter? A aew r * from tine te tine. They *• tree, aad MU et hanaa TEAR DOWN HILDA’S TOWER Growth of Rome Necessitates the Do struction of Hawthorne’s Heroine’s Home. Rome,—Another landmark. dear to the hearts of Americana, is to disap pear from Rome, where it has been necessary to destroy so much on ac count of the tremendous growth of the th ° Se Who do not know their Hawthorne visit Hilda’s tower when In Rome and so much has it become an American possession that foreigners of all nationalities seek it out under that P yvvvvr || Hilda’s Tower, Rome. Dame. For here pretty Hilda lived and fed her doves, and their descendants can still be seen circling about the Madonna and the tiny light in her honor which never goes out. The tower is being pulled down, as s street must pass over the place, that part of Rome being uncomfortably crowded, so that those who wish to see Hilda's home must be quick about It. The history of the tower itself was unknown, until one day. some hun dreds of years ago, a monkey, escap ing from its master, ran up £fce door way and into a window where a young mother was dandling her Infant. The monkey, probably in pure mischief, seized the child, and before the desper ate woman could give the alarm was on the top of the tower with his pre cious burden, making faces and chat tering to the excited crowd beneath. The poor mother sank on her knees, and praying to the Virgin, promised that if her baby were restored to her she would put a figure of the Mother of God in the very place where the monkey sat, and that there should burn for all time a light before it. The monkey thereupon came quietly down and laid the smiling and happy child In its mother’s arms, who imme diately set about building the prom ised shrine. When the woman died she left the tower to her heirs, on condition that the light should never go out, and it neglected the tower should pass to others less careless. FANATICISM NEARLY FATAL. Woman, Insisting on a Seven-Times Bnmerslon, Is Almost Drowned In Self-Administered Baptism. Philadelphia. Pa. —Insisting that she must be baptized In her own way, a woman who gave the name of Mrs. Sophie Plum, came near drowning In the presence of at least 2,000 spec tators on the Delaware river banks an Gloucester. She was rescued In the nick of time by a man in a launch and afterwards revived In a nearby building. The big crowd was thor oughly thrilled by the exciting spec tacle as the woman endeavored to reach a rude cross planted In the river about 20 yards from shore. The Rev. William Plckersglll, head of the Helping Hand church, Glouces ter, had announced several days be fore that there would be a baptism In the river. But there was some hitch In the program. Mrs. Plum was anx ious for the ceremony, but she Insist ed that she must be Immersed seven times In accord with her conceived notions of biblical Injunction. Pastor Plckersglll said he could find no authority for such a ceremony, and when he appeared before the crowd on the shore he announced that the ceremony would not take place. He had helped plant the cross In the sand with rocks about Its base, when the tide was low, Just as Mrs. Plum desired, but there would be no cere mony. "Yes, there will, brother," exclaimed Mrs. Plum, who suddenly appeared In flowing white robes. “We are not led to perform this ceremony and we shall have nothing to do with It,” replied the pastor Undaunted by the rebuff, Mrs. Plum strode Into the water and made straight for the cross well out In the current. Before she could reach It she was swept off her feet and was quickly struggling for her life. Of all the thousands who saw her, Gilbert Porch saw that she was really drown ing, and jumping Into a launch, man-' aged to get her-Ashore, where she vu resuscitated Tough Luck. ”1 thought you said this was A young chicken,” remarked Xewed, as he sawed away at a portion of the bird. "And I thought it was," rejoined his better halt. “I looked in its mouth and it showed no indication of having cut a single tooth yet. The dealer must have imposed upon me.” Did he tel! you it was a young chicken?" queried her husband. “No." replied Mrs. Newed. "But I’m sure he must have extracted its teeth before offering It for sale.” IN AGONY WITH ECZEMA “No tongue can tell how I suffered for five years with itching and bleed ing eczema, until I was cured by the Cutlcura Remedies, and I am so grate ful I want the world to know, for what helped me will help others. My body and face were covered with sores. One day it would seem to be better, and then break out again with the most terrible pain and itching. I have been sick several times, but never in my life did I experience such awful suffering as with this eczema. I had made up my mind that death was near at hand, and I longed for that time when I would be at rest I had tried many different doctors and medi cines without success, and my mother brought me the Cutlcura Remedies, in sisting that I try them. I began to feel better after the first bath with Cutlcura Soap, and one application of Cutlcura Ointment "I continued with the Cutlcura Soap and Cutlcura Ointment, and have taken four bottles of Cutlcura Resolv ent, and consider myself well. This was nine years ago and I have had no return of the trouble since. Any person having any doubt about this wonderful cure by the Cutlcura Reme dies can write to my address. Mrs. Altle Etson, 93 Inn Road, Battle Creek, Mich., Oct. 16, 1909.” a A Wise Old Owl. In her trim little bathing suit she sat on the white sand. “1 adore intelligence,” she cried. "So do I,” said he. “All the same, though, beauty and Intellect never go together.” “And do you think me Intellectual?” she faltered. "No,” he confessed, frankly. With a faint blush she murmured, "Flatterer 1” If a pian amounts to anything in a small town he soon begins to think he would amount to much in a big town. Stomach Blood and ISlPjarii „ Liver Troubles jgJßj Much sickness Starts with week stomach, and consequent 189 poor, impoverished blood. Nervous and pale-people lack HH good, rich, red blood. Their stomachs need invigorating gfcf lor, alter all, a man can be no stronger than his stomach. HI A remedy that makes the stomach strong and the liver BH active, makes rich red blood and overcomes and drives 9H -j-.-t out disease-producing bacteria and cures a whole multi* HP : tude of diseases. <|M 1- V ; Get rid of your Stomach Weakness mad H I Liver Lazlneaa by taking a couraa at IjJfjg ®f. Pierce’a Golden Medical Discovery I I MiSjscijj —the treat Stomach Restorative, Liver 11 lavliorator and Blood Cleanser, I ids&i You can’t afford to accept any medicine of unknown ■ eempvsition as a substitute lor ’’Golden Medical Disoov ? Ij|* ei T>” which is a medicine op known composition, having Wjj a complete list ol ingredients in plain English on its bot- same being attested as correct under oath, t " 1 Dr. Plcrce’t Pleaiaat Pellets nyulate mat lavlyrate Stomach, Liver and Bewclt. Why He Was Sorry. To Impress on young children Just what should and what should not be done and why, Is among the most try ing problems of parents, as evidenced by the recent experience of a West Philadelphia mother. Last Sunday she asked her small son, aged eight, to carry a chair for her from the dining room to the parlor. He started oft willingly, but In the hall he tripped and fell. Amid the crash could be heart the boy giving vent to utter ances that would have done credit to a plrftte of ancient days. The mother was taken by surprise and was greatly shocked. She gave the boy a long and serious talk on the subject of pro fanity. This apparently did not make the right Impression, for when she concluded the boy added to her dis comfiture by exclaiming, ‘T am sorry I swore, mamma, but I forgot It was Sunday.” Deafness Cannot Be Cured fry local applications, as they cannot reach the dl> •Med portion of the ear. There la only one way to cure deafness, and that Is b/ constitutional remedies. Deafness la caused by an loflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Euatathlan Tube. When this tube Is Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Im perfect hearing, and when It is entirely closed, Deaf ness Is the result, and unless tie Inflammation can bo taken out and this tube rcatomd to Its normal condi tion, bearing will bo destroyed forever; nine coses out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing but sn inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for anv case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY * GO.. Toledo, (X Bold by Druggists. 75c. Take Haifa Family Pllla for constipation. English at She la Spoke. Chinatown Visitor—John, sabee, tee screen—bow much sabee want for him? The Chinaman—What’s the matter with you? Can i you speak English?— Judge. Reason Enough. Husband—Your wife doesn’t appear to be In very good humor. His Friend—No, she thinks I’ve In vited you to dinner. —Jean Qul Hit. MPniiwnaiJjMnffiWilf.B OF COURSE. The Friend—Your new patent medi cine seems to have gained a great rep utation for curing people. To what do you attribute Its great curative powers? The Boss—To extensive and Judi cious advertising. Little, but Oh, Myl Senator Smoot of Utah tells a story on the late E. H. Harrlman, which sounds somewhat familiar. He says that when the Salt Lake cut-off was completed Mr. Harrlman took a large party of big railroad men out to It. They had their pictures taken at the right spot scenlcally. Mr. Harrl raan stood at one end of the group. When the pictures were printed and the photographer brought them around the railroad men examined them. "Why,” shouted one of the guests, "where’s Mr. Harrlman?" "Do you mean that little chap that stood at the end?” asked the photog rapher. "Why, I cut him oft.” We are sent Into the world to make It better and happier, and In propor tion as we do so we make ourselves both. —Dr. Qelkle. TO DBITE OUT MAT,ARIA _ AM) n-THE SYSTEM Take tbe Old Standard GRuVB'S TAHTHI.KsS CHILL TONIC. You know what you are taking. Tbo formula Is plainly printed on every bottle, ■bowing It la simply Quinine and Iron In a taste less form. The Quinine drives out the malaria and tne Iron builds up the system. Bold by all dealers for 30 years. Price 50 cents. Freedom Is the only soil In which great and good men grow—freedom o. mind and body. Mr*. Window’* Soothing Syrop. Forchlldron torttilnir, soften, the (turns, reoiirestn tUjnJuaUon.&U*7*pifcin,curewlnacolic. IttctbulU*. A seal on a watch fob may bo worth two on an Iceberg. PUTNAM FADELESS DYES Color more good. brighter gnu taster colors then any ether dye. One 10c package colors all llbere. They dye In cold water better than any other dye. Toucan dye any garment without ringing spirt. Write lor Ires booklet—Howto Dye, Bleach and Ml< Colors. MONROE DRUB CO., Oulnoy, llllnala, All the Difference. The professor was delivering an elo quent address on cruelty to animals, and, to Illustrate how a little Judicious forethought would eliminate to a great extent the sufferings that even small Insects are subject to, said: "As I was coming through the hall tonight 1 saw a bald-headed gentleman very harshly treat a little Innocent house-fly which had alighted on his head. “Now, If there was any Justification for such bad temper, I would be quite Justified In Indulging In It at the pres ent moment, for a fly has Just alighted on the back of my head. I can’t see It, but I can feel It. “Possibly some of you can se. It now; It Is on the top of my head. Now It Is coming down ray brow; now It Is coming on to my— G-r-r-eat pyramids of Egypt, It’s a—wasp!” How Lightning Splits Trees. Ughtnlng makes trees explode, like overcharged boilers. The flame of the lightning does not burn them up, nor does the electric flash split them like an ax. The bolt flows through Into all the damp Interstices of the trunk and Into the hollows under Its bark. All the moisture at once Is turned Into steam, which by Its Immediate explo sion rips open the tree. For centurle* this simple theory puzzled scientists, but they have got In right at last Evidences of Wealth. “I wish we had a piano; I’d like to Impress those people." “Show ’em the pieces of beef you’ve got In the refrigerator.” A fool can always find another fool to admire him. fiSWIIIIA *§ For Infanta and Children. | The Kind You Have Always Bought !j AVefletable Preparation far As- M ifru similaling the Food andßegula- ‘Roarfl W Ml ting the Stomachs and Bowels of JJodiO Clio M Signature /Am ir Promotes Dilation,Cheerful- J Mr ness and Rest Contains neither /a A 6f Opium,Morphine nor Mineral #l\ IM S(j Not Narcotic fiff/pf SOM OrSAMVU/mm I 1 IT lit s—4 f- A 1/ V t>|* AlxSt*nm • ■ jf ■ | AW heUt Softs • 1 W I ft Jfv In l[f • CimrSteU Sufmr M J S O H'lnkyrre* Ff*v§* / W ■■ ijio Apcrfecl Remedy forConsllpa- |U Aft II Q P Ml) lion. 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ARTHLE PITBE a CO., Sta’l Aetata, lUNic The Mercantile Bank MEMPHIS .TENIST. CAPITAL $200,000.00 SURPLUS $100,000.00 , DIRECTORS —F. O. Barton, A. 8. Caldwell, 8. T. Carnee, J. M. Fowlkes, W. M. Hanna/t F. O. Jones. E. B. LeMaster, 8. Lundee, E. W. Porter, O. H Raine, W. O. Ueed. H. H. Rfese, Jno. W Schorl, R. A. Speed, T. B. Turley, E. E. Wright. 3 PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS, COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY Memphis Directory housOronts I Beams. Channels, Angles, All Building Mater ial requiring.lron. Iron and Brass Castings, light and heavy. Pattern Work, Blacksmlthlng, General Repairing of every kind for Oil Mills. Compresses, Gins, Haw Mills, and Plantations, especially solicited, nail orders guaranteed prompt attention. Write us. Livermore Foundry ft Machine Cos. 290 Adame Ave. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis Umbrella Cos. 134 South Main Street Recover your Umbrella with a Taffeta Finished 811 k for 11.60. Kmb oidered Designs for Parasol* iTUKJI. 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A quick remedy for sore eyes and catarrh. 9 A little Psxtiae powder dis solved in a glass of hot water makes a delightful antiseptic so lution, possessing extrsordinsn cleansing, germicidal and heal ing power, and absolutely harm less, Try a Sample. 50c. a Urge yox at druggifU or by I THC Paxton Toilet 00.. Boston. Maos. %■■■■ Everywhere in the world men shave with the KNOWN THE WORLD OVER PAsSKIiW’B ' HAIR BALSAM ,s<■• R;td Itcpurinet Uis hair, homoui a laiuxitnl growth. BnpW#- Falla to Hector* Gray BafrWßfcrltfßlH Hair to Ita Youthful Color. Curts sralp 'I Inessas k hair fdlltsa. DruggicU W. N. U, MEMPHIS, NO. 36-1910.