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Pe-ru-na---Pe-ra a. E S:'" ' t I bve tbeen ,sufferiug from catarrh in the -jauk.ior theo past. ttnonth rand tat.r u imerable socali edea. with ot vai No one know,# I have of i f re, not only from the'nl' iteilf. uu m frboi mortification whea't company of friends or strangers. "I have used two bottles of your med icine tor .at shrt time only, and it effected l a complLteiEddelC Cure. and what is better 'yet. thediaease has not returned. "I can most emphatically recormmendl l'e runs to all sufferers from thl~u ease." Read This Experience. Mr. A. Thompson, Box 65, . . I. Ma. r tel, Ohio, write: "When I began )11ut treatment my e)ea were inflamed, nose w'as stopped up half of the time, .in was sore atend cacbl. I eoe nut ,Iet ai night on account uf contin l hawkJu.j and spifttng. "I had tied several' remedies .and .wn about to give up, but thought I would tr Peruna. up> "After I had taken about one-thirt a, bottle I noticed, a dlffergece.J .1adi now compLetely cured, after suffer:ing at I caturh fur eighteen years. "'Ithink if those who are afflicted sitl. catarrh would try i'eruna they would nee, regret it." Psruna is manufactured by The Perun., Drug Mfg. Co., Columbus. Ohio. Ask your Druyggit jor a Ire'e *'e runa Al.manacluor f t09. Unfortunately a man's obituary notice always comes too late to get him a job. _ _ Olty One "Bromo Quinhlnne That is Luzati.'_ Bromo Qunine. I,""k for the signature of E. W. Grove. Usedl the Woaldver ta Cure a ('old in One Day. 2.c. There is no living without frienid. -Portuguese. Strong drug catbartlcs simply aegra\aitt. tbe condltion--the true) remedy for cotl patton and liver trouble Is lound In Iiar:Lwt.! Mea, the mild Herb laxative. Laziness "begin in.1c)bwveOas d ends in iron chalns.--Sptujh. Many Children are Sickly. Slther Gray's &weet Powders for Children. reed by Mother Gray. a nurse In Children's Home. New York. cure Summer (Compiainit. Veverashness. Headache. Stomach Troublne,. reething Disorders and Destroy Worms. .\: all Druggists'. ,o0. Sample malled cr".i. Address Allen 8. Olmsted. le Itoy. N. Y. Football and the Gentler Sex. It is pertinent and not uncormti Ieuatary to speculate upon the in doemeats that attract so many wcrJ en to football games. A few of the glerler sex understand all the fine potate et the game; a lar: number appreciate the instant's p;ay that in vites quick and hearty applatsr. wIhie the remalnder depnd,. either very frantlk or quite surr(eptitionulv, apon their escorts or upon the blck: board's agures for inlformation as to how the game is going. Why, th(,r. all these degr'es of knowledge of thl game being considered, do so rnenv women Ind an evident and sincere enjoyment In attending a ma'ch' Prdbably there are several rea9tr.s that blended together afford an al mlrý'e "explanation of their presence. Wverybody gohe; it "is grea: t n to watch the cicyd and the moments of *pontaneois cheering furnlsh an oe oitement that is keen enough to be a sport in iteelf. Besides, there is the pleasure of being out of loorS. That counts for something nowadays Sby everybody who is in aymna',hy with tba best sports--Boston Tran HIS IDEA 1OF GETTING WORK Kind Old Lady-"Have you erv, * made an effort to get work?" ".ug -r."T md la.: Lst monl: I got worl for two members cf no' mllly, but neitbir of them we,/. tals it.'I-Illustrateod •lts " EI\MOrTHEltlN-LA Wk Proveid Wise, do Friend. A young oman out In la. found a Eile. good trlend In her mother-l law, Jokes notwithstanding. She writes: "It is two years asince we began using Poetn i.our house. I was grueatly tIoubl: with my stomach. complexion was bilotchy and yellow. After neals i oftein suffered sharp eis and obuld have to lie down My P ept4I told he it'was the efhe I F'anl at meals. But when I'd quit coffee I'd have a seveIe bead ache. "While visiting my mother-ln-law I remarked that shealways made such good coffee, and asked her to tell .n how. She laughed and told me it waa easy to make good 'coffee' when you use Postum. "1 began to use Postu;n as soon as I got home, and now have ba. thk same good coffee' P'ostunm ev r day, and I have no more trouible, i: digestion is a thing of the past. and my complexion has cleared up beau tfully. "My grandmother suffered a greu deal with her stomach. Her dcr,,: told her to leave off coffee. She tihelr took tea, but that was just as had "She finally was lnduced to tr' Poetum, which she has used for or.: a year. She traveled during the win ter over the greater part of lowa. vb. iting. something she had not bhe, able to do for years. She says sh owes her peresent good health to Po· tum." Name given by Postum CQ. Batth Creek, Mich. Read, "The Road tI Wellville." in pkgs. 'There's a Rca er ved the above letter? 4 nre oe aeaas from time to time. Th.: e ug , trUe, and fall of humau .eaues . PROHlBITION FICHI IN TEXAS Drys and Wets Arrayed at the and State Capital. A I IST SUBMIT TO VOTE OF PEOPLE in BSbmission Proposition in legisla- ser tare and Bitter Warf're is Waged -By .ach Side in ipne Star o State.. r. Austin, Tex.-Respective commit tees f goth the senýfe and house ,of in 1 the T'as '.legislature have both brouglkta majority and minority. report -on the prohibition submissiol ' proposition and the fight over the is- 4 'n sue will likely be taken up this week hiii immediately following the inaugu ration of Governor C'ampbell. ti Both' sides announce that they are Lv eager for the fray. The pros have a strong lobby here headed by a Ru number of Methodist preacher's, and in they are going into the scrap in rh dead earnest. The antis are work It nug pot so much ,In the open, but apparently are equally as effecive. SThey held a caucus. of the house i membership and it develope that they ' d haye, enough votes to defeat the sm propasitlon in the house and have something over h proportionate third en' in the senate, having twelve xotes in mi the senate and forty-seven in the hous7ý out of'a senate membership of we Ir thirty-one and a house menmbersi: , I of 1 tS whcn it requires'a two-thirds vote of both houses to submit the rtb proposition to a vote of the people. c!c: The pros are in the hopes of " . 'hipping the mthWerlship into line st on the ground that submission is a be Democratic platform demand, was ordered by the people'in Democratic primaries and must be given to the fe` 0%. people to vote on. The fight prom - lees to be the bitterest ever pulledl n., off in a Texas legislature and es-" pecially as the pros are introducing pl all kinds of bill:; into both houses to «I - use as clubs on the antis to force in ary them into line for submission, prom get sling-them that if they will submit sa the prosition that they will let the gl rest of the legislation alone. The antis sa figure. however, that if they ca., 'defeat submission they wl,, gain some I" 25c support from the -pro crowd for a It defeat of some of the measures, such to tid. as statutory prohibition, which some of those now supporting submission are opposed to. In short, the antis - figure out that they must fight every thing and they are going in with their slegl,e rolled well up. b tia BUSINESS IS GOOD. It Spring'O fder Placed Ii'Fairly Lib eral Quantities. o S New York.-Changes in the gen- b lut. eral business situation are largelyr favorable. Spring orders are being kilL placed in fairly liberal quantities at the largAr eastern centers, and trav eling salesmen are sending in conser nt vatively optimislc reports. In va in rious lines the prospect of tariff re a,. vision tends to develop a certain de t; gree of hesitancy in making large fine future commitments. "Exceptions to aber quite general rules of slow but steady t i: m improvement are furnished by cities i lse. In the cottop belt 'where trade is still ther backward and where confidence as I nalt, regards-the future is not so marked - ack- but In the industrial centers things is to are certainly improving. th' ARKANSAS LEGISLATION. wore Bill to Provide Oklahoma Banking Irh ystem Introduced. Little Rock. Ark.--A bill appro Sal- priating $50,000 to be used by the ence. Arkansas 'railroad commission and Sto the governor, in fighting the rail a of roads in the railroad rate contro I - versy which has been in progress in o be Arkansas for severl months, was e ih introduced in the house. The bill art. pr1ldes for a new banking system, days identical to the one in effect in Ok a' lahoma. rran - TJURY ACQUITS rHORNTON HAINS RK Wrestled Twenty- Iwo Hours Refore evtr Verdict Could lie Iteached. Flushing. N. Y.--After res;ewing nonlh the evidence for twenty-two hours Sn and taking fifteen ballots before all W. were agreeda the "uy In the trial of Thornton Jenkin' Hlains. found the prisoner not guilty as a partlcilpBat with his brother. Capt. Peter C. halns, Jr., in the killing of Wm. E. Annls. Fdr'the'second time In his nd a Ilife. Thornton Hlains has been found r-in- not guilty of the charce of murder. 'ITO PROSECUTE .EW'SPAPEIS. tegan was Georgia Papers Printing Whisky Adq nach. To, Be Attarked. How. Atlanta, Ga.---*he;Georgia Anti liarp Saloon League armnnounced that the own league will prosecute the newspapers nh of the State for, printing,,whisky ad d vertisements on the. ground that ead- these. papers are hired agents and ,-law solicitors for whisky houses, in vio such lation of the state prohibition law. ( t 'OTTON TAX Dl'E I.LEVE:E. t was yo ' r. H. Hood EnmlioyedBy Missiioppi Board to Round it I'p. tns (;re(,nvillte. I s.. --Thre .tboarl of ith ssissipl)i leVe' comnlrs.o1ers em in ilo·ed T. ii. ,,114 to lo0k after th andl tton( in the district tlat has e~s beau- :'stp th.e ltvee tax. It is estimat, I tha)t from forty to fifty thousan I groa: alras (of cotton escape levee t;Ix each (octr ,'('r. There iL a heavy penalty for thelln .inlating the law in this reslpet. bi):t S t has been hard to locate the offet: o tri lers. "T) PREVENT EAVESDRO)PPING. . ei- SNew York.-An Invention expected e shn to bring joy to the hearts of those P-who are forced to use party tele phone lines will shortly be placed on Battle the market by a Brooklyn company ad t, Just 'formed. The apparatus is a sim R-a pie device that may be attached to any telephone or switch board. and 4 new its effect, Is to cut off all eavesdrop Th.;y pins. so that only the interested par imaa:, ties can hear the conversation that may hbe going oa. WIRE FLASHES War Is threatened between Chile and Peru. Another cold wave has developed in the Northwest. The second .ongress of Cuba as sembled at Havana. Ship owners in England met to 65 from a combination for protection. Fire at Oil City, Ia., destroyed nine buildings with a loss of $24, 0101". Se ere earthquake shocks occurred in Italy. Austria and other European i countries, Monday. , *A " The Tennessee House of Repreb res 1entatives passed the State-aode pro hibition bill. Two persons mere cremated and two others injur.-1 in a hotel fire at I Evtrt tt, V'ash. Admiral Riojestvensky, the famous Vi Russian naval officer, 'died suddenly TJ Sin St. Petersburg. liudolph Wirtz went insane at Hamilton. Ohio, and stabbed six per sons, including his wife. - Two Greeks were arrested at Mo bile in connection with the Chinese! , smuggling investigation. con SiTwo hundred and forty men were entombed by an explosion in a coal ] mine at Vessprim, Hungary. h!rn e It was announced that Porto Rico f would float a bond issue of $3,000, 1,0,o for irrigation purposes. fou s Ilans are being arranged for the a r ' rbconstructlion of Mlessina. which was any destroyed by the earthquake. sim i ire in the cotton cargo of the to t steamer Matteawan, in Pensacola hear the a bor spread to two other hatches. S Harry Keener, at York, Pa., con fessed to killing and burying an un- i. identified stranger on his farm last str i July. wa T. J. Hains, charged with com- en g plicity in the murder of W. E. Ant:.%, ut o was ,acquitted by a Jury at Fl n.a* 1; e ing. N, Y. . n 1- Carrie Nation, the American anti- etu it saloon crusader, was arrested in En- rot te gland while engaged in a raid on a co! lar Is saloon. a Lieutenant Commander Belknap, faI 1° 1'. S. N., suggested using some of the sn a Italian relief fund to build a new town. ski e The Resident General of Yokoha- as sn tma pointed out the defects in Corean buy Is consular jurisdiction brought on by ini by Japanese reforms. WI In a pistol duel at Danville, Ky., aut between sheriff Ivor Hammond and let It. L. Conner, a farmer, both were It mortally wounded. Lot An officer was killed and three other persons wounded in a pistol 'e battle following the robbery of a qi lIy resort at Omaha, Neb. ct ng Thirty-five bodies have been recov at cre i from the Lick Branch Coal Mine h - in West Virginia, where an explosion killed over 1000 men. a- I.E. Lambert, a polititician is miss e- ing and a dozen persons are injuresl ge as the result of a fire that destroyed to the Copeland Hotel at Topeka, Kan. dy The settlement between Austria ies Hungary an Turkey of the Bosnia till and Hlerzegavinian question is re as garded as a reverse for Russian di ed plomacy. igs One woman lost her life and three others were injured in a fire that' destroyed the residence of Samuel Higgins, railroad manager at New Haven, Conn. g Fe,leral Judge Joxps, at Montgom - try, denied the i tnction asked for ti ro- against the Alaba uI rohibition Law he but did not pass ~ pon ,the constitu-tl nd tionality of the acts,0. a il- Former Queen Lilluokalanl applied i Sto the HIouse Clairf' Commlttee for in compensation for the loss of her ill crown. ' he heirs of George Wash m ington also put in a claim. )k- The cotton cargo of the steamer I Matteawan cautght fire at sea and the vessel put back to Pensacola. g- Eleven of the crew were Injured from burnes caused by escaping steam. Do eSota Island, opposite Vicksburg was declared to be Missiassippi terri ng tory. and Tom Mlorrisey, who had a trs been operating a saloon there under " all I.duhsalapa license, wa, fined for ille of gal retailing. the John W. Kern gave out a state- I t ment at Illn¶tlapolls. saying that he (. was defeate' for United States Sen- I E. ator in the 'Indiana Democratic leg hs islative caucus through treachery, nd double dealing and corruption. 1 Lord Revelstoke, acting for Baring SBrothers & C('o., and NI. Routkowsky, the Russian financial agent residing %d· in L.ondon, concluded arrangemnents for the English portion of the new , nti- Russian loan of $240,000,000. the The corporation of Harvard Univer 1 ens sity sent to the overseers of the Col- I ad- lege the name of Abbott Lawrense hat l.owell I-ofessor of the Science ofl and Government, as the choice as Presi .io- dent of the College to succeed Presi . dent Charles W. Eliot. Duke Pompeo Litta, of Lombardy, 'alle l on the Italian Ambassaador at plpi laris. and offered to donate part of 'a extcnsive tract of land in Mana of county. Fla.. owned by him, for I em- ' !:,lrpCse of colonizing 5.00) vic :ns of the earthquake. In the House John Sharp Williams t I red(: the President for his secret an I1: ico nIm.esag= . and In the Snate Mr. ach '!,aii dnounced the President and for :'red Mr. Bonaparte and Meyer ut .,i n(t toil the truth in their re fe:- i' it ,',f.iises of the President. ,etnator Bacon introduced in the oG. rante a resiolution declaring that -cry piublic document in the files of rte.l ,y department of the Government oe .'ettinl:g to any subject over which tle- cn '.>r h:a iontr)l shall be sub Ion ct i4( tt., il.- pt'ct:on of nltlmbers an )i .:r Admiral Schroeder's squlad m- ren of the Atlantic batt!eship fleet to .'t' i. ''.i t.- 1-it C nstan'i.ople. and r" ' r- nf the iurkish govern op- ,:., :'at tz SulttZ s ont and ten pf:n- . r'T;. .- ,-s.Tk c t'l.'LZ',l to come that - .-' E;ca .n t~e tatCjshmp was ..'.uteJ X Ind · is t SMaybspermeO'iRntl a CO m'e bee ~ prop sl M l~.hP bac 0 81 oiAm\R a s\yO ru\y VQS%\ Q& tori d 1pVwVE Ii y.SyWs& oZssusir r aram(thln F nha les nerog rY o eguao s. lo y Anmay be g o ,uoly ~spen wi th t uwhean1otoang needed.as Qthe bet 4 maxmOe " %es sheonx t ~. ar t ass S f - ac ', ue',ren.ct to seupanl \be oatuigal `a id G uALQ11S.W Vt1shmLust d&e Lu\l- be at Y uponproper nurishmen*, at FIm SyRUP Co. co" *r- SOlo SY ALa. LOADoG DRUO(I5S a mSZ n uV-ROULA ' PE R BiTnTg sut ha -' 1:EMINNE LOr(I. ly S "Gccrge, you seem to be losing all bei control over Jimmie." nil r' "What makes you think so?" 20 )al 'Why. h wun't do a thing I tell h'm to dn "'--rlvend Plain Dealer. Ini co The Favorite. " Millions of suffering eyer; have on found in Dr. Mitchell's famous salve th he a real blessing. Reject the offer of it as any dealer to sell a drug for your eye. Dr. Mitchell's Eye Salve is a pO simple; healthy remedy to be applked cc he to the lids. It cures without entering is Lar the eye. Sold everywhere. Price 25c. m; of S uriau5 F:' es -f ..c.C~ahama. of n- The fi.h found in Nassau waterr In Lre of. never ending interest to the act strange r. With the aid of a native watt r glass which is a common wood im- en bucket, with the bottom knocked :., out aid a glass bottom put in. it 'a ,a", I possible to watch the finny creat ar s swimming about, apparently re- rt Sti. zgrdc:ss of prying eyes. The par :n- rot fish, with i' bddy the shape and of a coor of a gold fisl, only ten times ly larger; the cow fsh, with a comical face curiously like a caricature of P its bovine sponscr: hog fish, with snouts; grouper, hine, amber jack ew. and turbot, whose exquisitely tinted b skin is dried and used by the natives it ha- as scrubbing brushes, are all there; "ani but the most beautiful of all is the u by angel fish, with its blue and yellow wlnglike fins. Angel fish is so numer Cy., sus in Nassau, and their flesh is so and ielicate in flavor, that they are a ?re ere Itiently item on the menu of the large o tourist hotel.-I,eslie's \ klay. It tree; A STI'KLEiZ. stol "Did you ever have a cold." In f a quired the plain citizen. "that you couldn't get rid of?" tov- No." answered the purist. "If I line had had, I would have it now." ;ion Thus the coolness arose.-Luisvt!le Can. r MO RE a PINIGIAM I ree u CURES New Added to the Long List due for to This Famous Remedy. Law Camden, N.J.- "It Is with pleasure titu- that L add my testimonial to your already long list -hoping that it may lied induce others to avail themselves of this valuable medi for cille, Lydia E. P'ink her ham's 'Ve getal (i ash- ( 'ompounld. I Si' fer'd fromnt terrihl, headaches. pain is mer my back and rig'!t and stie, was tired aix ola. nervous, alld s rom weak J Fould hard l stand. L dia 1 n P~ l'inkham's kegeta burg j ble ('ompound rI erri- stored me to healtl had and made me feel like a new person. nder and it shall always have my praise.' ille- -Mrs. W. P. VALESNTINE, 902 LilicOIl Avenue. Camden, N. J. Gardiner, Me. - "I was a great suf tate- ferer fromn a female disease. 'The doc t he tor said I would Ihave to go to th, Sen- hospital for an operation, but Lydia I. Pinkham's Vegetable Co'onin(lud cm'ci leg- pletelv cured nme in three iotiths."- hery, MIs. M. A. VI.LIAMi , R. F. I). No. 14. Box 39, (lardiner Me. Because your case is a difficult one. aing doctors having done you no good. -sky, do not.continue to suffer withu' Iding giving Lydia E. Pinkhant's Vegetahle tents (',ompouIda trial. It surely has enredl new many cases of femrale ills. such as in Bfammation, ulceration, dis)placements, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic iiver pains, hacka,,he, that bearing-down Col- 1eeli ng, indige:tion, dizzi iss, antd ttr rense vous prostration. It costs but a tril.. e of to try it, and the result is worth mil rel lions to many lsuffering women. resi- Ori=in of Hooligan. 'The questic.n as to the origin ot ardy, the term "hooligan" rmn:inds a ccr or at respondent cf an unwritt,'n chalt+' rt of in the history of the metropolitan lana- pollce. which tells how hooliganism , for was stanped out in the borough. This. vic- a retired insl~cct'r of police irorme I the writer, was effected by the si:n iams ple means of drafting into the didl ecret sion every big Iriah nonstal.Ae that e Mr. could be found in lAndon. Thes.' Sand naturally rejoiced in the change f-om Iyer Ipea-!ul nlbit'borb,,ds. where thiir r re- talents wore thrown away. and so they hunted the hooligans and fought them with a lightness of heart remini th scent of Donnybrook Fair. In orn that 'equence th, borough was very soon es of n. sfe a place to walk in as Krn nient r.·rton or Piccadilly.-Londo- n ('hrot .acana a tho thoe . aIrtIty, ra hairs. Use ' LA CIREOL" HAIr IRSTORER. Pr9to. .00. retaiL TONS OF BEET SUGAR. We Make Half a Million Every Year In This Ccuntry. One of the most i :;)Jr:ant of the industries deve:opeid In r, tent years is the production of sugar from siuar be(ts. More or less dl, ,i'ory work was dine on sugar beets as far back as 1iO;7. In ['12 un:y six fac tories were in operatln in this coun try, the combined output of ahib' was a little over 27,000,)0J3 p:unds of sugar. According to the National Maga. zinc, there are now no lhs; than ;ix ty-four factories in (:,,ratijon, i:'i a co::lbinie output of apliroxiunaely 500,0no 11 short tolls cf si',ar nim :; - factured from flects, with a fact: ry value of t$i ,(4.10 ,l . One mnst iinlport;lat f:actor h:ia been the piroduction of a high gr..d' sugar beet seed. For many yec:' American growers have bcn depnd ent almost exclusi \cely on for" o untri's for our sunar beet s, t,. I' for thrt e or four ye::rs past the 1) partment of Agricu'tur' hn; bcen ': couraging the su!e' ful gri,. Ai sugar beet seed in th:: coiuntry. It has shown that the so''d can be great ly improved by bre(elin. to:ts o: I beets from American ,rcrwn seed run ning as high aS 17. S1 and so:netimncs 2+i per cent. su r. 1 he Dep;artment is- a') continu:no Investi at!ons to deternie th , : localities for sugar b i r !pr , ,, Wh, n we rer', boer tihat . tn n one-fifth of thli -.-:ar c.,' sume! Ini this country l Ir v" ,;' l in !,io ' "' it is plain that there i: a un!::: ((0" I portunity for leve'lnient; and it is i certain that wherever a :uellr fact rv 9 Is located labor is immediately in i1, mand at hither wages and the vai:' e of farmlands incrt ahed fr(m i2 to .f per cent. o It b no secret if three .now it. a Irish. Rheumatism Prescription. Considerable discussion is heher, taused among the medical fraternity by the increased use of whiskey for _ rheumatism. It is an almost infallt 01e cure when mixed with certain d other ingredients and taken proper- d ly. The following is the formula: , i "One ounce of Toris compound and one ounce of syrup Sarsaparilla con- It h pound. Add one-halt pint of good b , whiskey. Take in tablespoonful doses before each meal and before retir- U ' ing." This Is said to produce almost im e mediate results. Athletic italy. 0 Italy Is enjoying a twentieth con tury Renaissance. The Renaissance of the fourteenth century was a re- I vival of l 3rning and the arty. but I this one has to do with muscle. Ever s 'ince Dorando almost won the Mara thon at London, and actually did r. - celve a gold cup from the hands of 1 Queen Alexandra, Italy has been s;ort mad. Rome Is building a ma- A nilicent stadium to bc devt.el to foot ra-ing and fle!d events. Turin and - Genos and Florence are following her example. ):t the cele.b'ati'd Cam pagna di Roama a. and but a etone's t ;hrow from the %'il'a Borthese, lwl.ve acres have been s~t aside for a play- r ground. Playgrounds are being plan ned in all the cities of too peninsula. and very soon "pallone" an Italian c ball game which is sald to be :.s rough as American footbal'. will come into recognition as a national game -Washington PWst. An Unfortunate Paraphrase. Gen. Sheridan used to take delight, in telling the following: "A young man seated at dinner one time said to his wife: "'Ellen, if you are good at guess Lre ing, here is a conundrum for you. If I a the devil should lose his tail where of would he go to get another one?' di "After sone time spent in guess u ing she gave It up. " 'Well,' said he, 'where they re tail spirits.' i "Eager to get it off, she hastened lt I to a lady friend with: i "'Oh. Marian, I have such a nice s< conundrum. Joe just told me of It. I Sknow you can't guess it. If the devil should lose his tall, where would he go to get another one?" 'l Her friend Marian, having given it on. up. she said: ".' "'Where they sell liquor by the I glass.' "Mlarian couldn't see the point of *the Joke."-.'PhiladelPhia ledger. S A Record Honeymoon. M. and .Mime. Eugene (;ruard have - tarted upon the last lap of their 14 honeymnoon. The Gruard honeymoon begoan twelve years ago. On their 2 wedding day the two started from ' ari.; to walk around the world, and le having traverseil Europe. Siberia. Jap re! in. North and South America and N1- Nrth Africa, they crossed from Dov. itr to CalaMs on Saturday and go: (binto the straight for home a good !r.t' al fresher than Iorando. A pro t! I I~ngel test of this kind should lea':' il- no doubt as to the success of thi Gruard marriage, as all will agree .hO linow how a walking tour tric PUTAN M FAPELESS DYES (,OW more g rs brighter and faster colors than any othe lye. One Io. packags coo t all fier,- They dye in old water better than any other 6 san dye any garment without ripping apart Write for free booklet-How to uye. itleach and mix Colors. M0%K 103 DUUG CO.. Q.Itae7. 1_ga1 BEFORE TiE STORsM. "You seem to manage remarkably well on your housekeeping money." "Yes: the storekeepers haven't sent In their bills yet."-Stray Stories. Ttch cared in 30 minuteo by Wnnolfnrdl' ýnnitary l , tion Ne r fails 4t sirua t STAKED ALL ON HIS W1IFE'S VANITY. She-Did you forget today is my birthday? Ho-s-ure: Didn't you want me to?--Yonkers Statesman. BAD COLDS are the fime d gerous dcase of the throa and lam. If have a cough, you can top it wish Piso' Cure. If iefr fo. rbo.ra.. e rot bronchitris or pains in the lungs. ls Cue will oon reIsre the irriad throat and tungs to normal. heakhy condion. A id remedy for children. Free from opiates and dagerous i. m.a Fo hlf a entry the sovereign remedy in thoandu a . Ewe chronic forms of ung dp RESPOND TO PISO'S C IRE Worn Women Women, worn and tired from overwork, need a tonic. That feeling of weakness or helplessness will not leave you of itself. You should take Wine of Cardui, that effectual remedy for the ailments and weaknesses of women. 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I used two seta of the ('uticura Remedlies, and I am completely cured. Miss t'arhara Kral, Highlandtown, Md., ,Jan. 9, 1it8." Potter Drug & Chem. Corp., Sole l'rops. of Cuticura Remedies, Boston. .1Mas. If you wish to reach the '.lchest begin at the lowest.-Syrus. Mrs. Winslow a uuLtig )y up tort'ilnldren teething, softens the gums, reduces intiamma tion. aays pain.cures wind colh.23c a bottle It is unpleasant to tarn b!-ck, though it be to take the right way.- German. Distemper In all its forms among all ages of horse and dogs, cured and others an the saun sI table prevented from having the disease with Spohn's Distemper Cure. Every but tie guaranteed. Over 500,000 bottles soil last year. $.50 and $1.00. Good druggists or send to manufacturers. Agents iwaute I Write for free book. Spohn Med. Co. Spec. Contagious Diseases. (;nalen. Ind A fool and his money are roon parted, and if that dose'nt justify the fool to a commercial generation, nothing will.-Puck. 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