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TOO ILLTO WORK
A Weak, Nervous Sufferer
Restored to Health by Ly.
dia E. Pinkham's Veg.
Kasota, Minn. -"I am glad to say
that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound has done
more for me than
anything else, and I
had the best physi
cian here. I was so
weak and nervous
that I could not do
-- my work and suf
fered with pains low
down in my right
side for a year or
more. I took Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound, and now I feel like a
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table Compound for weak women and
young girls, and I would be glad if I
could influence anyone to try the medi
cine, for I know it will do all and much
more than it is claimed to do."- Mrs.
CLARA FRANKS, R. F. D. No. 1, Maple
crest Farm, Kasota, Minn.
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A toilet preparation of merit.
Helps to eradicate dandruf.
For Restoring Color aid
Beauty to Gray orFaded Hair.
60c. and $1.00 at Druggists.
HDROSY TREATED,asnally givesogqnick
UDRU OP rteie,soonremovesswe ung
a shortbreath,often gives entire relief
in16to25 days. Trial treatmen t sent Free
Dr. THOMAS E. GREEN. Successor to
Dr.H. H.QreensSons, Box0, Atlant,O8a.
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"Her father thinks a great deal of
"Huh! He refused me her hand in
"That proves it."
7teWr fo wtr a nickel. Always buy Red
Cross Bau Blue; have beautiful clear white
Sorry for Him.
"John, there's a burglar in the
"Poor fellow; it's hard to work for
SOUR OWN DRUGGIST WILL TELL YOU
Mo.rin Eye Bemedy for Red, Weak. Watery
Byes and Grannlated Eyelids' No Smarunj
st Be Comfort. Write for ik of theye
b mail tree. Murine lie Remedy Co.. Chiciag
Young man, beware of the girl who
looks like a peach. She may be a
lemon in disguise.
This is a prescription prepared es*
pecially for Malaria or Chills and
Fever. Five or six doses will break
any case, and if taken then as a tonic
the fever will not return. 25c.-Adv.
Some people are too dull to cut even
an undesirable acquaintance.
After a girl gets to be about so old
she makes a bonfire of the baby pic
ture of herself taken in a washbowl.
And Cuticura Ointment.
They cleanse the scalp, re
move dandruff, arrest falling
hairand promote hair health.
Samples Free by Mall
CuOtara Soap aid OEomest sam throughout tSh
wold rLusi samtash m ai ele ree s. wfthIS
ooeL Adiess "ceCu " DeS. e5, 5aeuS
Act No. 278
Souse Bil No. 637. By Mr. Jahncke.
Proposialng an amendment to the 'onsti
tution of the State of Louisiana rel
ative to the issuance of bonds and
the levying of a special tax to provide
therefor by the City of New Orleans,
to create a lake shore park, to pro
S vide for the administration of the
park. and for the sale of certain
Property acquired In connection there
Section 1. Be it resolve.) by the Oren
eral Assembly of tl'e state of Lo'tisi
ana. two-thirds of all members elected
to each house concurring. That the fol-.
lowing amendment to the C('onstitution
of this State he submitted to the elec
tors of the State at the next general
election for Representatives in ('on
gress to be holden on the Tuesday next
a following the First JMohday in Norvm
9 her, 1914, to-wit:
Article 1. That for the purpose of ac
quiring the front of Lake Pontr hartratn
- from what is known as West End to
SMlilneberg, or such part thereof as may
be deemed necessary and advisable. as
9 hereinafiter set forth, the City of N#ew
O Orleans be. and it is hereby, authorized
to issue bonds to an amount not ex
ceeding 31.000,0o00.0, in denominations
p of $100.00, 5500.00. $1,000.00. payable
t fifty years after date, with interest at
the rate of 4 1-2 per cent per annum
r thereon,. payable semi-annually. and rep
a resented by coupons to be attached to
said bonds; and to nrovide for the pay
Sment of the principal and interest of
a said bonds, there is hereby leviel an
nually a special tax on all the property,
real and personal. In the City of New
- Orleans, to the amount of six-tenths of
d one mil on the dollar, which shall he
collected the same as the other taxes
I due to t4e City of New Orleans and be
j_ immediately paid to the Board of Liq
h uidation of the City of New Orleans.
h where same shall be held separate, in
3. what shall he known as the "Lake
_ Shore Park Bond Fund;" and to estah
lish and administer said park, there is
hereby created a commission of seven
citizens and tax payers, male or female.
s- one from each of the municipal dis
Id tricts of the City of New Orleans, who
shall be appointed by the Mayor of the
c ity and confirmed by the Commis
. ston Council as soon as this amendment
is adopted; such first appointees shall
hold office respectively for one, two.
3- three, four, five, six and seven years.
and the expirstion of each term,
their successors shall be appointed for
i the full term of seven years. and the
Mayor, in making the first appoint
I ments, shall designate the term of of
2 fire of the respective apnointees. The
D* members of said Board shall name and
. elect their own officers and shall serve
without compensation. but shall he al
L lowed a secretary and such clerical as
ii, sistance as may be necessary. this to
be determined, and the salaries fired
and paid hy the Roard of Llinuilation.
which shall also fix and pay the neces
Pary amounts for the other expenses
of said Board out of said tax.
The avails of said tax, in excess of
the amount necessary to pay the semi
annual interest on said bonds and the
expenses of the Board as above set
forth, shall be invested by said Board
-of Liquidation for account of said fund,
k or they may purchase. at not more than
g par. with said surplus at any time, and
eC retire said bonds: and if, at any time.
se the surplus reaches such an amount
that the Board deems it not advisab'e
IL to hold same longer, and it is not able
- to purchase said bonds at' the rate
shove stated, it shall than have the
right to call In any of said hands, he
gtnning With the highest number, but
3 at not exceeding their market value.
Said bonds shall be sold at par and
of accruned interest all at one time or par
tially, as said Board of Liquidation
may determine. The Board herein cre
in ated shall he known as the New Or
leans Lake Shore Park Board, and shall
have the right to purchase such prop
erty as may be necessary within the
limits above specified, to establish
thereon a lake front park, and to build
a sea wall and to reclaim land from the
tlake by extetling the sea wall Into the
lake and tilling the space between same
and the present shore line, and to do
all other work necessary to accomplish
the purposes herein provided for. .And
said Board shall have the right to sell
or lease any portion of the property ac
quired hereunder or reclaimed as may
DI not be necessary for park nurposes, and,
in selling samq, to prescribe the condi
tions under which same shall he held
by private oWners. with reference to
the character ot buildings, sidewalks
U and other improvements to be erected
¶ thereon. The said Board shall have
ye the right to lay out and pave, within
;a the property herein to be acquired.
streets, avenues and boulevards, and to
W arrange for the proper liahting thereof.
No purchase, sale or lease shall be
a made under the terms hereof without
the consent of the Board of T1iquida
tion and the Commission Council of the
('ity of New Orleans. or any other body
that may hereafter be in charge of the
affairs of the city of New Orleans. The
is. City Attorney shall be the legal advi
sor of the Board. The Mayor and Com
id missioner of Public Pronerty. or any
ik officers hereafter created by other
names exercising the same functions,
shall be ex-offlico members of the
V. Board, but without the rbrht to vote
therein, but may be appointed on com
mittees and shall have the right to
?D speak and present resolutions at any
meeting of the Board.
The engineering work necessary to
carry out the provisions of this amend
Id ment 'll be under the supervtilon of
4. the (' Engineer, who, however, shall
appoint one or more special denuties to
have charge of the work, same to be
selected by the Board herein created
"" and confirmed by the Board of Llqul.
Should, at any time, the Board of
Lioultdathn be of the opinion that, by
reason of the payment of some of the
now outstanding obligations of the City
of New Orleans, fflnds will come into
its hands from other sources not
pledstd to other oblirations. more than
sufficient to provide for the bonds here
In authorized, in principal and inter
I est. then it may. by resolution, declare
that the special tax herein levied is no
longer necessary, and thereupon the
City of New Orleans shall cease to col
lect such tax; but said tax shall revive
at any time. should it become necessary
in order that the Board should have
sufficient funds to meet the interest on
the bonds and the principal, at the ma
turity thereof, if. same have not here
tofore been purchased or retired as
hereinabove set forth. And said Board
of Liaoldation shall determine, if it deem
it advisable, what amount it shall set
aside annually to provide for said sink
in4 fund: but this right in the Board
shall be optional with it and need not
be exercised if the other means referred
to for retiring said bonds shall, in the
judgment of said Board, be suffident
to protect the rights of the holders
Should any property within the ifm
tts hereinbefore specified be deemed by
the said Board advisable for the pur.
pose herein contemplated, and the Board
finds that same cannot be purchased
for a reasonable and just price, then
the City of New Orleans shall have the
right, by expropriation proceedings, to
acquire said property; and said Board
shall have the right to receive any of
said property by Jonation or bequest.
The title to all pro'perty acquired here
under, whether by purchase, donation,
expropriation or otherwise, shall be in
the name of the City of New Orleans.
Section 2. Be it further resolved,
t4,.. That on the official ballot to he
used in said election shall be placed
the words "For the Lake Shore Park
Amendment," and the words "Against
the Lake Shore Park Amendment"; and
each elector shall indicate, as provided
in the general election laws of this
State, which of the said propositions he
shall vote for.
L. E. THOMAS,
Speaker of the House of Representativea
THOMAS C. BARRRET,
Lieutenant Governor and President of
Approved: July 9, 1914.
L. E. HALL,
Governor of the State of Loutstana
A trtie copy:
AI.VIN E. HEBERT,
Secretary of Stata
A MINISTER'S WIFE
n Perana, i v
Mrs. O. F. MclTargue, 147 W. 9th
St., Jacksonville, Florida, writes: "I
had catarrhi and throat trouble.
n Three bottles of P'erutia cured me.
^ As a minister's wife I come in con.
tact with all classes of people, and
f shall always speak a good word for
d Peruna. I have given tria' bottles
to a few friends. Wishing you abun
Sdant success. I remain, yours trUly."
n WILL BE EXPENDED WISELY
,f Statement Showing How the Proceeds
of Sale of Red Cross Seals
Are to Be Spent.
S For the benefit of the numerous or
ganizations who helped to sell near
Sly forty-five million Red Cross seals
n last year and for the general public,
e the American Red Cross and the Na
is tional Association for the Study and
n Prevention of Tuberculosis have
- framed a definition of anti-tuberculo
0 sis work showing how the proceeds
g from these holiday stickers are to be
it used. The definition limits the expen
, diture of money only for the year
Sending April 30, 1915.
r The definition was framed at a re
e cent meeting of the National Associa
Stiozq for the Study and Prevention of
e Tuberculosis and states that the term
d anti-tuberculosis work" as it relates
e to the expenditure of Red Cross seal
Smoney shall include the following ac
1. The construction of hospitals or
; sanatoriums for the care of the tuber
S 2. The maintenance of the tubercu
t 3. The provisions of day or night
Acamps for the tuberculous; the provi
n sion and maintenance of dispensaries,
.visiting nurses, open air schools, fresh
It air classes, or preventoria for the care
Por treatment of tuberculous cases or
:e for the prevention of the spread of tu
It 4. The maintenance of educational
or legislative activities which have for
d their object the prevention of Infection
n with tuberculosis.
0 Biggest Event in History of Al
bert Pike Consistory
· MUCH INTEREST MANIFESTED.
n October 19-20-21 is the date set for
1, the Scottish Rite reunion to be held in
t. Little Rock at the Albert Pike Con
Secretary Jno. B. Cowpland is very
r optimistic and says that everything
points to a great meeting. Everything
- possible is being done in the way of
y preparing for this coming event and
r all visitors are assured a grand enter.
. Special plans are being made for
0 taking a large class and all Masons
are requested to send In to Secretary
' Cowpland for application blanks, stL.
*t He will gladly supply them.
Notice-If you are interested in
- joining this class, October 19-20-21,
,I send your name to Secretary Cowp
7 land today for application blanks. See
y above. Adv.
Fighting the White Plague.
Adequate hospital facilities for the
35,000 residents of Ohio who are suf
o fering from tuberculosis has been de
cided upon by the prevention of tuber
e culosis and officials of the state board
' of health. It is proposed to create
n 12 hospital districts of from four to six
- counties each, wherein campaigns will
a be inaugurated for the erection of dis
" trict tuberculosis hospitals to be main
7a tained jointly by the co-operating
.t Through the erection of these 12
d district hospitals, supplementing the
present sanatoriums; anti-tuberculosis
a workers believe that the 35,000 vic
. tims will be adequately cared for, and
r that the people of the state will be
so well protected through this hospi
a talization that eventually Ohio's death
n rate of 7,000 per year will be reduced
t He's Too Good.
Dolly-At last I have met my ideal!
n Kind hearted, modest, patient, self
denying! But, alas, married!
' Daisy-Don't worry! No woman will
a live long with such a freak! You'll
t get a chance at him.
* There ip a turning point in every
S man's career-even if he isn't a crank.
It Yours W fllutarigi or wIIu * 3 OVIU.! Nide by Va, VI..t.Unsfll d Drug 00., Manphl , Tlan Pros $1.00
Ray3 of Humor.
From undernearth the war cloud lit.
tie flashes of humor escaqe 1now andi
Two Irish sferg1~t brought
w\unded to Paris, arei relort4d as sav
ing that they did not ln(Ilw 'xaetly I
where the battle was but they had
just been "fighting at ('openhagon.'
They probably meant (onhpeigne, but
it made no diffeencr in their willing
ness to fight.
The Paris Figaro pictures as a cornm
mon sight on the istreets two mien
reading their respective newspapers
through to the end, and then exchang.
ing a Figaro for a \latin, and absorb
ingly rereading in the second news
paper the identical oihcial announce.
ment which they had read in the first.
Life retains its shadels of fun even
in the darkest shadow of trouble.
Patience-Did you see Peggy down
at the beach?
"s hat was she doing? Flirting, as
"No, she said she went down there
for a rest."
Physicians Recommend Castoria
ASTORIA has met with pronounced favor on the part of physicians, pharma
Sceutical societies and medical authorities. It is used by physicians with
resulta most gratifying. The extended use of Castoria is unquestionably the
result of three facts: First-The indisputable evidence that it is harmless:
*seon*-That it not only allays stomach pains and quiets the nerves, but assimi
lates the food: Third-I Oil .68688 OTOtSE~iuO1r 8tr0
atehe food: Third-It is an agreeable and perfect substitute for Castor Oil
It is absolutely safe. It does not contain any Opium, Morphine, or other narcotic
and does not stupefy. It is unlike Soothing Syrups, Bateman's Drops, Godfrey's
Cordial, etc. This is a good deal for a Medical Journal to say. Our duty, how
ever, is to expose danger and record the means of advancing health. The day
for poisoning innocent children through greed or ignorance ought to end. To
our knowledge, Castoria is a remedy which produces composure and health, by
regulating the system-not by stupefying it-and our readers are entitled to
the information.-.fal's Journal of Bealth,
Letters from Prominent Physicians
addressed to Chas. H. Fletcher.
Dr. B. Halstead Scott, of Chicago, Ills., says: "I have prescribed your
1 1I ',1 Castoria often for infants during my practice, and find it very satisfactory."
Dr. William Belmont, of Cleveland, Ohio, says: "'tour Castoria stands
first is its class. In my thirty years of practice I can say I never have
found anything that so filled the place."
Dr. J. H. Taft, of Brooklyn, N. Y., says: "I have used your Castoria and
found it an excellent remedy in my household and private practice for
many years. The formula Is excellent."
SALCOHOL 3 PER CENT Dr. R. . Hamlen, of Detroit, Mick., says: "I prescribe your Castorla
A\gtabePrEparg iNT.As extensively, as I have never found anything to equal it for children's
troubles, I an aware that there are imitations in the field, but I always
IilguwSIlws ý' see that my patients get Fletcher's."
Dr.Wm.J MoCrann, of Omaha, Neb., says: "As the father of thirteen
children I certainly know something about your great medicine, and aside
from my own family experience I have In my years of practice found Cat
IProo8esDigesn&zid. torla a popular and efficient remedy In almost every home."
neSSaindIPst.ConRtaasltSlla Dr. J. R. 'Clausen, of Philadelphia, Pa., says: "The name that your Cat
OpiunmMorphine rMine toria has made for itself in the tens of thousands of homes blessed by the
NOT NARCOTIC. presence of children, scarcely needs to be supplemented by the endorse
] wk ýfaf T*IdUA7BlRl ment of the medical profession, buit I, for one, most heartily endorse it and
Ilai Sad* believe it an excellent remedy."
(ý = + Dr. R. M. Ward, of Kansas City, Mo., says: "Physicians generally do not
Asret& . prescribe proprietary preparations, but in the case of Castoria my experi
ence, like that of many other physicians, has taught me to make an ex
VI ud' ception. I prescribe your Castoria In my practice because I have found it
p to be a thoroughly reliable remedy for children's complaints. Any physi
AperfectRemedyrorCon*I clan who has raised a family, as I have, will join me in heartiest recomn
tion, Sour Stoiach.Diarrti. mendation of Castoria."
SoUs,.sor sw. GENUINE CABTORIA ALWAYS
IneSima r d " Bears the Signature of
TAE CENTAUR COMPAli
11nr FThe Kiln1n You 1ave Aw S Bought
Eact Copy of Wrapper. In Use For Over 30 Years.
T rnT CENTAUR COMPANY. NEw voRK CITY.
-The British Hussars.
The Seventh Queen's Own Hussars
formed from dragoons in 1807 was
the regiment in which the duke of
Connaught served to learn cavalry
service, after being in the rifles and
artillery. His son, Prince Arthur, and
also the Prince Alexander of Teck be
gan their military career In the same
PIes Cured in 6 to 14 Days
Your druggist will Fefund money if PAZO
OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching.
Blind. Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days.
The first application gives Ease and Rest. Soc.
"Maynle has a very open counte- 1
nance, hlsn't she?"
"Yes, and one that is very hard to
How To OGive Quinine To Children
PFBRILINE is the trademark name riven to an
improved Quinine. It is a Tasteless Syrup, pleas.
ant to take and does not disturb the stomach.
Childree take it and sever know It is gQuinine.
Also specally adapted to adults who cannot
take ordinary Quinlne. Doesnot noauseate nor
I case aetossess nor ringing in the head. Try
it the nest time you need Quinine for any pur
pose. Ask for s-ounce original package. The
mame FBBRILINE is blow ln bottle. as oeas
When a man gets fresh he's spoiling
Inventor of the Airbrake.
\ Iho really invelnted the air-brake?
1 ( f'ertaiuly the lauteinatie airbrake, the
one I that has proved practicable and of
petrmanent value in modern railroad
ng. 'Has th prodluct r. the late tehorge
V \estingho( se's ingenuity. Ilis patelnt
i for the automaltic brake was taken nut
" in 1-72, supirseding the nun-aultomiatic
t or "straight" \\'estinghouse airbrake
Spatented in I869. and later the West
inglhouse vacuum brake was invented.
i. 1nut, as in the case of most othlier in
º ventions, there are several claimants
s for originality in this field. Thius
. :llne. 11. Drouanet, daughter of M.
.I)ebruges of Paris. claims the distince
Stion of priority for her fathetr. The
. New York Times has a letter from
t. State S nator William P. Plero of
S\\'White Plains containing a patent offlice
declarattion by his grandfather, iHenryM a
Miller, of a "niw and useful improve
nient in the application of steam and
conmpressed air to the purpose of op
erating railroad brakes," recorded Jan
uary 2, 1855. Mr. Miller was doubt
s less a pioneer in the progress of air
Better an ounce of did than a pound
of going to do.
Eye to Business.
A young suburban doctor whose
practice was not very great sat in his
study reading away a lazy afternoon
in early summer. His manservant ap
peared at the door.
"Doctor, them boys is stealin' your
green peaches again. Shall I chase
The doctor looked thoughtful for a
moment, then leveled his eyes at the
"No," he said.-Lippincott's.
Thornton-When Willie Wimpus
wanted a new motor car he thought
he would throw out a broad hint to
Rosemary-Did the scheme work?
Thorntoi-Not exactly. Jie told the
old man he would like something he
could start.and stop, and his father
bought him a dollar watch.
Keep Down Uric Acid
Ur 'i ied isa poilun f irtred insideo:tn bodles
In dL.c ting cir r in fiiii , ipti .0ty meat,
and by thte burning up of nerve and muscle
Clelsdur ingext rt-on.
Uric acid is iharmn:lss as long as the kidneys
fltrer it prmptly fnt ii ith blou , but. pjepie
who overdt riit oireit muak. inre i.i soi last
that it ii.erl adis the bit d. wuakdns the kid
ners, iani attacks the erv1Ts. caius ng rhen
uwai. pains .i fI orl s ura: i. rtrdelns the
arterirlsan brlini uhndropyor Hrighlt .disease.
tBy restoring the kidneys to normal activity
I)ouann's Kidney Pills help to overeswae excess
An Arkansas Case
"vy fktrTeelS a Stu, Mrs. J. P. Tuck
er, 1915 E. 7th St..
says: '"Some years
ago I had malaria
and it weakened
my kidneys. My
/ bak gave out and
I had to hale as
sistance in getting
up. My bac k
_ palned me con
stantly and my
ankles were badly
swollen. One box
of Doan's Kidney
SPills relieved me
and three boxes
j A put me in good
Get Dosa's at Any Store. 60 a Bos
D OAN'S PILLS
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Make the Liver
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Nine times in ten when the liver is
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pel a lazy liver to CARTE
do its duty.
Cures Co IVESR
stipatiom, In. . IL
and Distress After Eating.
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