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BILIOUS UVER For sick headache, bad breath, Sour Stomach and constipation. No odds bow bad your liver, stomach or bowels; bow much your head aches, bow miserable and uncomfort able you are from constipation, iodiges tion, biliousness and sluggish bowels you always get the desired results with Cascarets. Don't let your stomach, liver and bowels make you miserable. Take Cascarets to-night; put an end to the headache, biliousness, dizziness, nerv ousness, sick, sour, gassy stomach. backache and all other distress; cleanse your Inside organs of all the bile, gases and constipated matter which is producing the misery. A 10-cent box means health, happl ness and a clear head for months. No more days of gloom and distress If you will take a Cascaret now and then. All stores sell Cascarets. Don't forzet the children their little in- Bidus need a cleansing, too. Adv. An Odd Arrangement. "Come in with me and get a pick-me-up," said the Genial One. "All right," replied the Sad Joker, "but whyfore? If I take a pick-me-up, it will be only to put it down." GZAR IS VERY- RICH Russian Sovereign Has Many Palaces to House Treasures. BLOTCHES COVERED LIMBS 19 Roach St., Atlanta, Ga.- "A few months ago I had some kind of skin eruption that spread until my limbs and feet were covered with blotches and watery blisters. It looked like eczema. When the trouble reached my neck and face I was almost driven frantic. It itched and stung so In tensely that I could not sleep or wear any clothing on the affected parts. Aft er two months I commenced to use Cuticura Soap and Ointment and after two days I noticed improvement and In six days the trouble left. My skin jvas fair and smooth' again and the eruption never returned. . "My cousin was a sufferer from pim ples, known as acne, on his face and eeemed to grow worse all the time. I J recommen aea uuueura soap ana Ointment to him and now his face is smooth for the first time In three years and he owes it all to Cuticura Soap and Ointment." (Signed) Wal ter Battle, Oct. 7, 1912. Cutitura Soap and Ointment sold ;' throughout the world. Sample of each free.with 32-p. Skin Book. Address post card "Cuticura, Dept L. Boston." AdT. It is . proposed to harrpjsB-Wie .QUA. " ''toufsvTITa to' generate elec- In Fact, So Numerous Are They That the Emperor Is a Stranger to Many of Them Nicholas Has Very Simple Taste. London. It is only itttng that a sovereign who rules a territory 70 times as large as the British Isles, whose annual revenue is counted in millions, and whose splendor and power are so great bat in the simple minds of his moujik subjects he is "a cousin of God himself." should have palaces In plenty to house his magnifi cence. And the autocrat of all the Rus slas, If he were much Hiore exacting than he is, could scarcely resist a feeling of pride as he contemplates the number of palaces in his name, each of which is full of treasures such as Croesus himself might envy, re- I fjj t " 4 trical power.,: A Is Your Body Poisoned? Well kidneys keep the blood free of uric acid, a deadly poison that is con stantly forming inside the body. Sluggish kidneys allow the uric acid to accumulate, causing rheumatic attacks, headache, dizziness, gravel, urinary troubles, weak eyes, dropsy, and heart disease. Doan's Kidney Pills restore the nor mal blood-filtering action of the kidneys. This drives out uric acid and ends uric acid poisoning. "Ewry Picture Tellt a Storu " A NORTH CAROLINA CASE J. F. Williams Garden St., Marlon, N.U-.says:"I was all ran down from kidney trouble and doctors held out no hope for me. I had rheumatic pains, didn't sleep well and was nervous. The kidney secretions wava In hail ihfllw. too. At last, I be gan taking; Doan s Kidney Pills and they soon cured me. I haven't had the slightest sign of kidney trouble since." Get Doan's al Any Stora, SOc Bos DOAN'S ViDJLT FOSTER-MILBURN CC BUFFALO, N. Y. avTT E I'm vl ' - ' Men's! .L.DOUGLAS SHOES ,1.00 60 i.m &4&S4.SO 50S3.O0 II Misses, Boys Children $ I .CO S 1 .75 $2 $2.60 $3 Btgon bTuloMi in 19t: mow uw lM-g.it maker 01 v, mi.ov ud St thoei la th world. Otr ISO t wi 4 m all luatir. mice una widths. AS l--v:V-V.V 'mm W. L. Douglas nbooB are famous tvorywhere. Why not give them a iruu T I ne value you will reoelve for your money wul oaioalsh you. It you would vlnlt our factory. ine iiiruwc in ineworia um:or one roof, and aee how carefully W. L. Lounlaa atioes are made. you would understand why they are warntniea 10 ioqk pei(r, 01 DeiUT, noia meirnnape ana weru- longer uum outer make for the price, Yoor dealer should sum: v vou with vnetn.uon tiakeaiuiieir Jiie.Mone aenulre without W. L,. Uouglu uameatAmped on bottom. Shoes wut evervwhere. dtmnt from fno- tory, oy mrcet rout, postage rree. Kow w tne time to uegin to save money on your footwear. Write today for llhi- iraien waLaiog anowmg now to order oy maiu W. U DOXTOLA8, SIO Bpark Bt., Brockton, Kw, THE NEW FRENCH REIMEDV. Not. N.S. THERAPION sir.ri featsurrm, curnis i:honic wkakniss. lost ioo vim mnnKY. BUAOiiKK, i)tsan, ai.oon poimik. wii 5ihfo. nauur.ihranrMiLl. rosr 4 CTS 5o"o. writ, for re sook to DR. L CLro MKO CO HVKRsrCKKO. IIAMPM1SAD, LONDON, tNO. TKf NaWPHAGKrtTASll'I.FimlFORMor IA TO T THERAPION K:f.iSDe.t, mat THAT VKAPS m a h KRD WORD THFRAeinN' I OH llil.OOVT.IMF AFFIXED TO ALL iilXUJWg FACKgTS. In One of the Czar's Palaces. marks the London Weekly Telegrapn. So many are his stately pleasure houses that some are less known to him than to the stranger who Is per mitted to explore them with eyes of wonder. There are, it is said, hun dreds of rooms into which his august feet have never entered, and there are countless treasures of art which he would not recognize as his own. Nor can we wonder that this should be bo when vwe consider that in and around St Petersburg aione. there ari. uWen 'itriperiaf .houses, on of which Is large enough to give luxurious lodg ing to many thousands cf guests; and that the Kremlin at Moscow is a small "city of palaces," to find a parallel to which we should have to imagine Windsor castle, Buckingham palace and the Tower of London inclosed with the same wall. The Winter palace, whiCh stretches its long imposing front on the bank of the Neva at St. Petersburg, fronted and supported by massive columns and crowned through all its length by beautiful statuary, has alone more than ample accommodation for every branch of the Imperial family (forty in number and dowered with estates 2,000,000 acres larger than Scotland), with their armies of servants and at tendants. And the interior of this vast pile is even more impressive than its dimensions. ' The chief glory of Peterhof, a few miles from St. Petersburg, are the glo rious gardens with fountains that rival, if they do not eclipse, those at Versailles. In the park of Tsarkoe- Selo stands the Alexander Schloss, a smaller palace, but crowded from basement to ceiling with articles of bijouterie, gathered from all the cor ners of the earth, with paintings by the greatest artists of Russia, and a singularly fine collection of models, chiefly military. This palace has seen the cradling of more than one of the children of the present czar. When Nicholas wishes to ' escape still more from the world of pomp and ceremonial, he finds an ideal refuge in his castle at Spala, in Russian Poland, hidden away in the heart of a vast for est. This has been a favorite retreat of many a car; for here, if anywhere, it is possible to shake off the burden of state and po lead the simple life of a country gentleman, with the best of sport to make the days pass pleasant ly. Here, as at Livadia. a charming country home among the Crimean vineyards, the emperor and empress have spent many of their happiest hours together, renewing the days pf their wooing In England amid the peaceful scenery of the Thames. Here, paddling In little wherries, pulling up backwaters, the future ruler of a hun dred and more millions humbly pressed his suit. He was so happy and contented In this rustic retreat that he rejected all offers to amuso him. Lameness Sloan's liniment U m peedy, reliable remedy' for lameness In horse and farm itock. Here's proof. UhhhCsn "I had a horse sprain his shoulder by polling, ana be was so lame be could Dot carry foot at all. I got a bottle of yoor Liniment and put it on roar time, and In three days he showed uo lame ness at all. and made a thirty mile trip bsodea." Walttr B. Alor'ord, La SaiU, For Splint aad Tbroab "I have med Sloan's Liniment on a fine mare for splint and cured her. This makes the third horse I've cured. Have recommended it to my neighbors for thrush and they say it is One. I find It the best Uniment 1 ever ued. I keep en hand tour Sure Colic Care for my self and neighbors, ana I can certainly recommend it for Colic." tmuit. AfeftuKNA, Co. SLOAN'S LIMIMENT is a quick, safe remedy for poul try rov canker and bumble-foot Try it For Reno aad Canker "Sloan's Liniment la the speediest and surest remedy for poultry roup and canker in all its forms, especially for canker in the windpipe." . P. Spauid ing, JaffrV, X B. At all Dealer. 25u, SOe. A $1.00 Read Sloan's Book on Horses, Cattle, Hogs and Poultry j sent free. Address DR. EARL i SLOAN, Inc. Bostoa. Rass. JUST FORGOT HIS MANNERS Intoxicated Man's Remark May Have Held Some Truth, but It Was Not Polite. W. N. U., A.TLANTA, NO. 47-1913. Their Mission. A large crowd had gathered at the station to receive the famous states man. The reporter indicated a group in the foreground. "They are personal friends, gathered to see him about speaking here," he explained. "Is it necessary to use persuasion to induce him to speak?" " fc "Not at all; they are going to try to prevent him." Juclge. . j SAGE TEA AND SULPHUR DARKENS YOUR GRAY HJ List of Peculiar Names. Cambridge, Mass. Among the names on Harvard's enrollment list are the following: Four Brewers, two Paers, three Weeks, six Days, one each of Darling, Maiden, Love, Joy and A. B. See. There are 46 Smiths. Look Year. Youngerl Try Grand Recipe of Saga and Sulphur . and Nobody Will Know. Almost everyone knows that Sago Tea and Sulphur, properly compound ed, brings back the natural color lustre to the hair when faded, streald or gray; also ends dandruff, itching scalp and stops falling hair. Years ago the only way to get this mixture was to make it at home, which is mussy and troublesome. Nowadays we simply ask at any drug store for "Wyeth's Sage and Sul phur Hair Remedy." You will get a large bottle for about 50 cents. Every body uses this old, famous recipe, be cause no one can possibly tell that you darkened your hair, a it does it so naturally and evenly. You dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morn ing the gray hair disappears, and after another application or two, your hair becomes beautifully dark, thick and glossy and you look years younger. Adv. . A Woman' Heart. She (gently) I am afraid. I do not love you enough to be ypur wife, but I shall always be your friend, aud sincerely wish for your happiness. He (moodily) I know what I'll do. She (anxiously) You surely will not do yourself an injury? He (calmly) No, I will find happi ness. I will marry some one ese. She Horrors! Give me another day to consider, dear. New York Weekly. They -were seated side by side In street car. He was very intoxicated and very sieepy. She was very haughty and possessed of a very much wrinkled face. Though he was trying ham, he sim ply couldn't keep awake and persisted in toppling over on her shoulder. Each time be did it he smiled ingratiatingly as if promising to do better in future, but she w-as extremely annoyed. "Please sit up straight." she said at last, every wrinkle expressing disap proval. He woke up abruptly. That made him cross. He murmured something. "How dare you insult a lady?" she exclaimed. He woke up again. "I didn't." he sputtered. "How dare you contradict a lady?" she snapped. Here the intoxicated one took a tre mendous brace, forced one eye wide open, sat up straight, and took a long, long look at the very wrinkled face by his side. "You're not a lady," he muttered at last; "you're a fig!" None "Just as Good." ji Nothing "Just the Same! 99 Poet's License. Robert W. Chambers, the popular novelist, was talking about a New York poet. "His poetry is always awkward," Mr, Chambers said. "He drags in words that you can see are there sole ly for the sake of rhyme. In fact, he reminds me of a Lake Sunapee epi taph. "In a little churchyard overlooking Lake Sunapee a gray, mossy stone bears this inscription: "'As sinks the sun with lengthened shadows, So. sank and died the good George Meadows.' "N. B. Deceased's name was Fields, but Meadows is substituted for the sake of the. rhyme.' " Look for the name French Market Coffee and the picture of the old market that is on every package of French Market Coffee, roasted by the French Market Mills if you want the genuine. If yoa can be satisfied with an imitation take the brand as near like it as the law allows, for both in name and eppearanco of package French Market Coffee has been imitated for over a century. But it won't be just as good, and it isn't just the samel There is only one FRENCH MARKET COFFEE. Ask for FRENCH. MARKET by name. See that yoa aro given FRENCH MARKET and not ordinary coffee or inferior substitutes sold at the same price. You'll know after yoa try it why this rarely delicious old French roast and blend has been famous for over a hundred years. Why there can be no other like it. Roasted by our unique hygienic process. FRENCH MARKET MILLS (!1ew Orleans CoHeo Co., LtA, Proprietors) NtW ORLEANS DIRECTIONS We recommend that yoa make French Market Coffee la your usual way. If you find It too strong, reduce Quantity until strength and flavor are satisfactory. French Market makes more cups of good coffeo to the pound than other brands, thereby reducing your coffee bill. Ml LOOK Al T CMS 0 GUE If cross, feverish, constipated, give "California Syrup of Figs" RUB-MY-TISM Will cure your Rheumatism and all kinds of aches and pains Neuralgia, Cramps, Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, Old Sores, Burns, etc. Antiseptic Anodyne. Price 25c. Adv. An Inspiration. "Good gracious, Bill; why did you start those girls going? Now they're all excited and all talking at once." "That's what I did it for. I've got to Invent a new class yell." A laxative today saves a sick child tomorrow. Children simply win noi take the time from play to empty their bowels, which become clogged up with waste, liver gets sluggish; stomach 6our-" Look at the tongue,' mother! If coat ed, or your child is listless, cross, fev erish, breath bad, restless, doesn't eat heartily, full of cold or has sore throat or any other children's ailment, give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup or Figs," then don't worry, because it is ! perfectly harmless, and in a few hours j all this constipation poison, sour bile I and fermenting waste will gently move out of the bowels, and you have a well, playful child again. A thor ough "Inside cleansing" is oftimes all that is necessary. It should be the first treatment given in any sickness. Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask at the store for a 50-cent bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," which has full directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown-ups plainly printed on the bottle. Adv. Easily . Seen. "Your mini?ter is a good man, but he'll never make a great preacher." "Why not?" . ' "Because anybody can understand everything he says." New Times, New Things The old fertilizer formulas are giving way to the new. At everyfarmers' meeting 1 one subject should be the fertilizer formula that will furnish a balanced ration to the crop and keep up the fertility of the soil To do this the fertilizer should contain at least as much PO T A as Phosphoric Acid. Our note book has condensed facts essential in farmers' meetings and plenty of space to record the new things that you hear. Let us send one to you before your Institute meets. A supply of these is furnished by request to every institute held in several states. We will be glad to send a supply delivered free of charge to every Institute, Grange or Farmers' Club Officer on request. It contains no advertising matter. German Kali Works, Inc., 42 Broadway, New York tCoraick Block, CMears, III. lank k Trust Bide.. Sat annas, Ba. Whitney Central lank lldg., Is, Orlsam, It, Emplrs lldf ., Atlanta, 6a. 25 California SI., Sao Francises Th Remington j Cubt find (Asm j t A eoitft ihooting black powder is. : CLUB'Vy : - If "The Shell With a Nickname" f , It's a mean man who makes his boy dig bait and then won't let him go along ton the fishing trip. r . R I I 1 . 1 X :JtV CLUB- SHOT SHELLS;' "The Shell With a Nickname" WE'RE proud of the fact that gunners have nick-named our black powder loads. To go around the country and hear them talk about "The Old Reliable Yellow Shells" feels as good as a cheery greeting and a slap on the back. New Club Shells are really the premier black powder shells of this country Standard for over 50 years. The No. 2 Primer gives a snappy ignition surer and quicker than you usually find in black powder shells. For results in your shooting, rifle or shotfrun get Remington UMC ammunition with the Red Ball Mnilc on every box. Ask the lives! dealer in this community. He carries them. Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co. 299 Broadway 14 New York lil;UMil,',lr.W: mm SIBMSKBBWMIsi. J r.;. E.A M I 1 sV Jm , FOR CHILLS AND MALARIAL FEVER 50c and $1.00 Bottles. - PERFECTLY HARMLESS. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST. This tonic Is the acknowledged leadef of all Chill tonics. The most stubborn cases will yield to it readily. W. M. AKIN MEDICINE CO., Evansvllle, Ind. PUTNAM FADELESS DYES Color more goods brighter and faster colors than any other dye. One We package colors all fibers. They dye in water trhr' BgJ&g tyl can Ave any garment without ripping apart. WRITE FOR FRKE booklet, calendar, blotters, etc. MONHOE PEUG COMPANV, Putney, III., Use Roman Eye Balsam for scalding sen sation in ryes and inflammation of eyes or eyelids. Adv. Their Oddity. "There Is one odd thing about men of Iron." "What is that?" "So few of them appear to be well tempered." Worm. vtw11m1 nrnmnllf from thm hnm..n ftyntem with Dr. Peery'a Vermifuge "Dead Boot." Adv. oven 100 YEARS OLD FREE flampl sent ladles for removing snpo flunoe hair from !. National RKnimly Uuaipiuiy, rosluUue Hoi WW, Atlunm, o Can Triple Value of Pearlf. Faris. The association of gem deal ers here is informed that the vidue of pearls can be tripled by a mirvl ons electrical process which l a se cret and possessed only by an Indian scientist, M. Warma. The Archery Effect. nelle I feel a quiver whenever look at that handsome young man. Nell That's because he is a beau. His Fault "Ellie'B young man is one of the host fellow's going." "Yes, but he never goes." Coughs' come from 'inflamed Hronchinl Tubes. Peiin'n Mentholated Cough Drops heal the irritation 5c at all Drug Stores. Sounded Like It. ' "Mr. Wombar says he is an enthu siastic disciple of Isaak Walton." "Some new freak cure, I B'pose." ASK FOR ALLEN'S FOOT-KABE, the Antiseptic powdnrtshnkelntoyonrshoM. Re llares Corns, Bunions, hmmwln Malls. Swollen and SwoatlnB foot. Blisters and Callouaspnta. Holdemry whora, e. Dnnt atcrpt any tvbnUtiiU. Sample FKKH. Address, A. 8. Olmsted, Le Boy, M. T. Adv. The greater the cost of living, the cheaper It la to remain single. RAW FURS! From Trapper to Manufacturer! Highest Prices Guaranteed ' WM. E. VOELKEL & SON , NEW ORLEANS. U. S. AJ FOR ALARIA''TOniC If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by Parcels Post on receipt of price. Arthur Petoc 4c Co. LojtU1, Kj. If Your fluttering or weak, us RENOVINE." Mad by Van Vleet-Manefleld Drug Oo Memphis, Tenn. Prto l)Q