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WELSH PT'G CO., L't'd, Pub., LBSH, LOUISIANA 'li football face will now he added h llundu(latinig fa'!rlre'S of our courn t French scientist says we shall all living in glass houses soon. Most us are already. 'All great trrn are cheerful. says a t ltelmpora()r';a y. In otheltr Woirds. i .'at to I e clibelrfll. Mrs. Frank l.tslie -ays that U(I!: n otidt not marry rbefore lhi'y are .s (d iany of thet do ( i'. Pots ar'o (wrifing sonne:s n Iln the mmercializing of Niagara F'all. mllething will have to ,ive. There is this difference lht ween easure and lapp)l)in('es-: ono is a brass tad, tie l other :hlo song of a bird. If a cmrset will inmpro(e the rear ele ition of a hiumi shoultl(red nman. lby 1 means encourage hintll t wear it. W'hen t he Russian (i sudlastsvecnna Houmla mnlh(ts no time shoulold be lost 1 introducing a bill to change its i ame. I A flawless 40;-carat diamond has peen found near Johannesburg. i )rc'pl'ed by sile carl't ess at rIti s irobably. It is announced that there will be a ( 'eat many imit ation-seal coats on tihe narket this winter---tbut no man can ool his wife. We wonder if Commodore Peary ries to make his separation from civil. ization seem shorter by counting it in days and nights. The man who is waiting for time to bring him his revenge says "the mills of the gods grind finely, but they grind exceedingly slow." Doesn't it make you happy to think that gold imports are announced again? No? It must be that they are not consigned to you. Rojestvensky has so far recovered from his wounds as to be able to travel home. This is where Rojest vensky's real troubles begin. We wish Mine. Wade would show us how fat women get into their corsets. That is one of the mysteries that we have never been able to guess at. An Evanston till.) co-ed saved a man who was drowning in Long Island sound. Men are not so numerous that a co-ed can afford to take any chances. A Kansas parson refuses wedding fees because he does not think it is right to profit by the mistakes of oth ers, according to the Kansas City Star. The Virginia young man who was fined $211 for kissing a girl against her will, if he is really gallant, will say, of course, that it was worth the money. As Yachtsman Lipton explains the accdentl. his horse jibed suddenly, causing the satddle to list heavily to starboard and throwing the skipper overho:l td. In his ol)ltosition to vacation Uncle Rtissell Sage hls at last found an ally in the N.ew Yorlk doctor who attri hlltes thtie spread of typhoid to "the deadly vacation." At Camden, N. J.1., the other day a woman deserted her hrsband. after drawing his pay for a month in ad vance. 'Yet some IPeople think the In quisition was cruel. The able correspondent knows a sensation when he sees one. He ca bls inder the Atlantic that a New York man and his: wife are living hap pily together in Paris. That was certainly an obliging high. wayman outit in California who, after he had robbed the stage, courteously posed while a Philadelphia girl took a snap shot of the situtation. A Minnesota man drowned himself rather than embark on the sea of mat rimony. Somebody mnust have been ttrininng hint. Matlrimony is not aIl ways as Itlack as it is painted. That story about tlhe Nashville man with hands twelve inches long is well designed to bring a s(f't sigh of envy from the little girl who has just got :0 st ilking octaves in her piano prac tice. It took twouty-fixve expert money counters sixty-s\even days to count the money in the United States treasury, the largest count of any one dlay being 120 tons of silver. Your Uncle Sam is not so poor. According to a San Francisco dis patch, Mris. Fernuia Sarras, an aged Mexican woman, has received $9.0t00 from a syndicate for a mine she own ed. Now watch the syndicate go, to work to sell the mine to the public for $1.0 ,tttPt. In St. Louis a young man has sued a girl for $20tt0 because she refiuses to be his wife. This may not be pleas ant for her, but she can at least have -the satisfaction of knowing that her .grl friends are not refusing to believe she ever had a proposal, =. ,o." DAYOFNO DEATHS SECOND TIME IT HAS OCCURRED SINCE FEVER STARTED. ST. TAMMANY PARISH REPORT. Dr. Brady Has Traced Its Infection in Covington and Abita Springs to New Orleans. Ncw ()r,'an, _.La.. Oct. 9.---Rejrt to t; p. int. 'x cl' rday: Total to da', c, 1 1 b:aths, 0. Total to date, 410. New foci. 4. I'f d r lre-I l 'ic t Irllnri 2:!!. )Disch! rgit'd, 2,5S5. New ea.s. 1'.1. New Orleans, .a., Oct. 9.--The grati fying feature about thhe Sulnday rtepo't is the fact that no deaths occurre'". This is the second tinie dulring the present visitatiý,n that a day has pa:'s ed without a death from yellow fev er, the previouts day being Sept. 11. A foot. note to the official report says that Mrs. John I)uffy died Friday, and the doctor's certificate, given Satur day, showed the cause to be conges tion of the brain. This case had been diagnosed as yellow 'fever on Oct. 5 by a Marine Hospital surgeon, and it is the basis for the second charge of failing to report a ease which has been made against Dr. Szabary. Among the new cases is a reporter on an afternoon paper, whose brother was stricken two days ago. Only six of the cases are above Canal street, which is a larger proportion than has been noted in a month. The seven peopl from Rossetta. Miss., who voluntarily went into de tention at the emergency hospital are still in good health, and M. Teller;clt, head of the family which first entered the hospital, said he wished to say to the people outside that he was be ing most satisfactorily tr-eated: tha, he was comfortable, and that all mem bers of his family were enjoying the best of health. Very few reports were receivd from the country by the State Board of Health. Dr. Brady, the medical inspector, submitted a very interesting report on the situation in St. Tammany parish, where he made a thorough inspection of the infection. He traces the infec tion. He traces the infection in Cov ington and Abita Springs to New Or leans, but says that in one place sec ondary infection is in evidence and in the other tertiaria infection is due. Following are the country reports: Alexandria, one death. Fretna, one new case, brought from Grand Isle. Union plantation, in Jefferson par ish, several cases. Mississippi: Vicksburg. fi new cases'. Natchez, fivel ew cases. Port Gibson, one new case, one death. No new cases on Gulf Coast or at Rosetta. The fever reported from Homo Chit to, near Rosetta, as yellow fever, has been pronounced malaria. THE WEEVIL IS THERE. Roland Watson, Agricultural Expert. Says He Sees Ample Evidence. Beeville. Texas, Oct. 9.-Roland Watson, the agricultural expert. was-: in town this week. He says he see:s amnple evidence in the cotton fields ad jacent to Beeville that the boll weevil is working strongly on late blooms and squares. He says it rests with the farmers entirely if the 1905 crop is to be duplicated in 1906. Destruction of cotton stalks early enough to 'starve out the hibernating weevil will do the work. Pasturing the farms, unless done sufficiently to destroy stalks be fore January, will not do the work. Killed by Automobile, Athens, Mich.: Walter Palmer, of Athens, was instantly killed. Chauf feur Black, of Kalamazoo, was fatal ly injured and Mrs. Walter Palmer and her daughter Frances were badly bruis ed in an automobile accident yester day. The automobile, while traveling at good speed, swerved out of the road into a marsh and capsized. Negro Escaped. Hempstead, Texas: With the elapse of the time since since Thursday morn ing, and a capture not having result ed. or anything like a definite clew as to the fugitive obtained, it is now gen erally concluded that the negro attack er of Mrs. Ed Castles has made good his esoape. An organized pursuit is no longer maintained. Insane Man Killed H;-mself, Stockdale, Texas: James McDaniel, aged 40 years, who has resided in this precinct from his boyhood, was buried here Thursday. The deceased had been in very poor health for the past year, and for the past six months had lost his mind, and in a moment of mental aberration destroyed himself by cut ting his throat with a razor. He leaves a wife and five children to mourn. His family and relatives art among the cost prominent people in this county. TEXAS WILL STAND. President Smith Says Farmers Will Hold Out for 11 Cents. Sherman. Texas. Oct. 9.--R. E. Smith. as president of the Texas divi sion of tlihe Southern Cotton Associa tion, has pledged the members of the associatlion in Texas to lnhil their cot tloU for I (cenlits, anIl calls upon them to hear hitm out in tlhis pledge. Just what has taken place at the of-I fi(e of the general president of the association lMr. Smith was not aide to c state further than to say that he felt a it was moment)ous, which belief he u hases upon the following telegrams: Atlanta, (;a.. Oct. ;.--- . E. Smith, pi esicdent Texas Sect ion Soulthern Cot ton Associatlion: The fight is on. 3 Arouse your people to stand firm. Ilarvie Jordlan, Pres. Columbia, S. . ., Oct. ---R. E. Smith, Sherman. Texas: Are your people 1 holding? South Carolina will stand. Answer. E. D. Smith. E. D. Smith is president of the South Carolina section and general financial agent of the association. To his :ele gram R. E. Smith replied at once: "Texas will stand." t This means that a battle is on and that the Southern Cotton Assnaciation Si=. preparing to make a u,llpreln test of its strength. TEN THOUSAND DROWNED. Awful Loss of Life by Typhoon at Mouth of the Yangtse R:ver. Victoria, B. ('., O)et. t.---The steatm or Tartar, which arrived last night from the Orient, brloughl the news from Shanghai that the loss of life of the natives of the island at the mouth of theYangtse rivetr, as a result of the typhoon at the beginning of Septem ber, was tremendous. The North! SChina News of Shanghai says: "To the east of Tangagming two islands, one called Yaawashwai, the 1 other Shihiousha, distant about twen ty miles from Woosung, have suffered - much from the tylihoon, nearly all the inhabitants having been swept, - away. The islands have only been in i habited for a short time, as they are of recent formation, and are not much above high water mark. It is reported !that nearly 10,000 people have been drowned on these two islands and the smaller islands adjacent. Targagm ing itself has not suffered much, be ing well above the high water mark." The Shanghai papers say that the damage to the Canadian Pawific liner Empress of Japan by the typhoon will necessitate the expenditure of $100, 000 for repairs. During the storm the steamer' Pechili, formerly the Rio Grande du Sol. foundered near the imouth of the Yangtse. Her crew of fifty-four were saved by the German steamer Alenga. whose officers and crew'did heroic work, but the Chinese wer drowned. A GALE IN LOUISIANA. Gulf Water Forced into Plaquemine Parish Over Levees, Injuring Crops-Cane Blown Down. New Orleans, La., Oct. 9.-For the second time this month Louisiana has been visited by a bad storm, entailing considerable crop damage. From re ports received here last night by wire. less telegraph from the mouth of the Mississippi river, a grale has been blowing since 6 o'clock last night on the gulf and all smaller vessels have sought shelter. A portion of the wireless telegraph station was blown away at Burrwood. Replorts received from various points along the Mississippi river show that the wind has forced thle gulf water into the river, flushing the levees in Plaq uemine parish and injuring the crops. The windI has in some parts of that parish blown over the sugar cane, mak. ing it necessary to harvest it in a green state. The rainfall in New Or leans yesterday was two inches. A Negro Killing. Brenham, Texas: There was some kind of colored entertainment in the Sandy Hill neighborhood last night which broke up in a row that ended in a tragedy. A negro named Mey ers shot and killed another negro by the name of Green. No particulars of the tragedy have re'ached here, and Meyers at this writing has not been ar. rested, or at least has not been brought to town. Miss Roosevelt at Nikko. Tokio: Miss Alice Roosevelt passed through this city yesterday morning en route to Nikko. She was met at the station by the governor of the city and Sthe master of ceremonies, and driven ,. to Uyeno in an imperial carriage, d where she took the train for Nikko. s She appeared to be in excellent healt. Russian Gunboat Refloated. Tokio: The Russian gunboat Gaida s maka, which was sunk at Port Arthur, d was refloated yesterday. n The German steamer Carl, bound r, for Niecolaiefsk, was seized Saturday t near the Tsu islands. t- Norwegian Steamer Seized. s Tokio: The Navy Department an. 8 nounces the seizure yesterday near the e island of Tsu of the Norwegian steam. i. er Ampbhrite, bound for Vladivostok. MONK CIBSON AUAIN IN CUSTODY. Was Discovered in a Barn Near Edna by the Negro He Accused of Being His Accomplice. Eidna. T x;1-. Oct. I(. --,1olnli Gihso I is sale in jail, and a, fill as tIan hec : e l'linedl , 3(rt(' is not the slight est t'as.on to bt-iie'Ve thatl a lyltlili or1 it 'ol('ll (or tr gical inature is 'aitlig to happen. 'Th'lere are ilt few people iln l oW fl V'pt those WhO io i'e he'l, and 1hos. who ill't, hero ill attelldall(c' Iiuponl the tlcourt. No tIhreats or moIIVe mitts indiatlilng or pointing to inob violence 'have beelln iard or mnifni;s' el. ,llt as a pIe luti(onl anld to gulai' again lst any etllllrgency, barri' at'itd Sn;lle of lc l ltmll ert have (t,-en tere(' edl ab)ioul the jail yard, and what i. called a ('tssack guard has been es ta l dished and sentries will walk thei L'ats at night. No one, neither (c i Zen nor stl(tie:. is anticipating tlhe least trouhble. Those who wouhl lik,' to resort to lynching as the 1(1properl m.ntltod of dealing with the boy Gibson can set t Ih folly of contetnding againllst the soldiel's in t11(ch an unequal ('on teslt. Such an il advised move couhl only lnd in failure and probably the loss of some valuable lives. As late aI s iiundown it was learnti1 otn teliable a tllho;tity that the only sltiolttnts made by Mtinh (libson wereI :substantially il tonftorniiy willth those madf beIfore his esealpe. ie still de lar(is that he did not do the, illing. but way's two other ne'groes, whose nalimeIs he prl'OfesSes I:,t to ]linoe, did the work of nlurde~r. He stated tiha they had spoken to him in town about murlering the ('on:dits previous to the tenactmentti e of thile Iragedy. lie further statel that when he went fron tilhe, plow where he was at wo'rk to the house Mrs. Condiltt was still alive. Those in charge of the prisoner are acting with prudence, and it is not deemed advisable by them to give out for publication at this time the state ments which Gibson may make, hence Murder of a Girl. llHouston, Texas: Last night Deputy Sheriff Theo. lillendahl of t his coun ty arrived here from East Bernard, hav ing in c'har'ge Andy and Johanna Hart, wanted ttn the charge of murdelr iconnel lion with the death of Julia HIIoutl, a l1-year-old girl, at tHumble. a few days ago. At that time Mr. and Mrs. liart were living at Humble and with them lived Julia. Soon after the death they left there and \were arrest ed on an affidavit sworn out here. Andy lHa't is very sick, and on that accotnt both were taken to the St. Josegph I firmary, buti were -'palrated. Negro Fatally Cut. I ockhart. Texas: Walter Ileg`e, a w'hiie nman. and Ii in Smith, a negro. ]ad a difficulty Saturday night five miles southeast of here, in which the neglit was dangerously cut with a knife and is not expected to live. IMa gee has been tarrested and put under a $2,1 bond to await the action of the grand jury. Particulars are not ob tainable. only that the lnegrio was abus ilngl Matgce. Receiver for Livery Company. IShireveplort, Lo.: In lthe Dist'rict SCourte ye,,erday the injunction pro eet lintgs instiutoed in rhe cause enti toed A. M. MecWilliams vs. the McWil liams Livery and Transfer ('ompany were suddenly terminated by the an nouncement that an agreemoent had been reached by wltich John Mt-Cul lough was dtoeided upon as receiver. Supreme Court Convenes. WashingtonT: The Stprea ('ohurt of the I'nitedi Stales convened yesterdlay fori the termi 95 antd 192)3, with all memnbers present. No business was. transacted beord the making of an nounnementt by Chief Justice Fuller that the court would be adjourned until tomorrow, to comply with their long established custom of calling in a body uipon the president The chief justice also said that all motions noted for today would be received tonmorrow. Wisdom of Governor. Austin. Texas: Governor Lanhant wits in receipt of good news yesterday morning from Adji. Hulen in a tele gram which read: S"Monk Gibson capturtid at 8:30 this morning and is in jail." The governor merely stated: "This shows our wisdom in sending troops to Edna, as District Court is in ses siona ain the acesed will be tried ac cording to law. Then, too. if others are implicated the olly evidence against' them has not been destroyed." Arrested as Accessories. Lake Charles, La.: Four negroes, Graham Lewis, Alcide Laverne, Virez and Achille Guilloaey, were brought in from Welsh last night, charged as accessories to the death of Simon La verne, who was shot during a fight near ther ea week ago. Appointed Indian Agent. Washington: The president yester day appointed John P. Blackman of Oklahoma to be Indian agent at the Kiow, agency, Oklahoma, vice Col. James F. Randlett. resigned. the diflilty of ting n l, tail all hat hle may tl'o abhout the niutld r.3 in which he is iniplij atld. The fuaes lhadin:, to i.,soun'ý ', ecap- t iite. aiS ; ierlnetd f'in 1 h > tie v wh' t lt"o) lht himn in re ýtidlay nii' ning, ar' aboul t as follows: :Early yvsl rday nioiitiv \\Iarr'e'n l.'ill. (oloied, en litome to 'l!e (aye rihc farmn, iitle I \vaI I ga ,d as a a hlaborer, in Ii.ssinc i hllt , a ay t bIlln f ot(;((gt S. In li, loatI d iton the l i r iie alboutl Iwo and mt.i-half I nilehs frli toi lll n I n, 1 ahellit 'i n yar!)11 f!ron (Canlls ;ihson's homle. anld aliost I i yards fromn the dwe' lln.ii of Jolhn 1 (lip-on, white. saw a small inegro boy, whom he relognize'd as M.nli Ibsllnsi slitk his head Tiihriugh a crial in the t hlarni. Powell i nmdli;itely sent his I ]oy to tell John Gipson to report the fact to tie sheriff while he i mnained tlihere 0to guard the boy. Jlion Gipson I is the white man veio first lirought to town the nlo(Vs of the nmcli'd'r of tlhe ('onditts. \Va irrn Powell is one of the Ilegroes whom Gibson said he saw chasing Mrs. ('onlditt around the h(itse . Powell. ho'wevir, was onl that! dIiy woiin for t hi n and l t t rove 1 an alibi. As soonn as the news of Monk Gibsotl's lo'cal h tio eached town yestl - day morning. .lantes Powers, one of the deputiles fromn whom .lonli Gibson made his escape a weel ag]o hlst Fri day night. :tuinped in his ihoggy and headed full speed for the blrn. 1Fo Shlowig Power t :ln lthe sheriff. his depoites, (e :l. iilltlen. aj. M .hDonald and the entir', Ranger forte. aboutiit wventy in ali. all well airmed and 1 mounted. iBut the stretlnouts IPower had made a .;ohn G(ilpen tide and had reached the barn, had him tied down i hand and foot and placed him under the seat of his hbggy and was on his way hack when 'he net the sheriff and 1 Ranger crowd. No Second Visits. Memnphis. Tenn.: The com nit Iee - having ig in charge arrangements for a reception to President Roosevelt le ceived a comnlmtnication fromn Secre tary Loeb yesterday stating that the president would not stop in Memphis on his forthcotling trip to hie So tih. I M:. Loeb explained tlihat i wa; not I the intention of the presidert to nlake stops at any p0:nt visited by" himrn on - his last Southern tour. A Fatal Grain of Corn. Jackson, Miss.: A grain of corn in the windpilie caused the dealth of the 4-year-old dauthter of Beln Tinsley, a proilnent citizen of Ncwton county, yesterday. While the child was play l ing with some shelled corn a grain fell down hlie throa' and lodged in the windpipe. She was found by her 1 mother in an almost dying condition. 1 Engineer and Fireman Killed. Hopklinsville, K.: In a head-end col lision between fast freights on the Loisvill he & Nashville near here yes lerday morning Engineer .Jlames Ham hby and Fireman Drake were killed and Engineer William Wood and S Smith were injured. All lived at Nash ville, Tenn. Examining Board Only. San Antonio, Texas: The city couin eil yesterday passed an ordinance cov ering the duties oif the police and fire commissioners creat l(ed by the charter. It makes of them simply a hoard to hold examinations for appointment. ; This is the idea of the mayor and will , be the policy of his candidates for Ii commissioners if elected in Noventmber. 11 Midnight; All's Well. SEdna, Texas: At midnight Edna is Squiet as a grave. Not a sign of dis r turbance has marked the period so far Spassed, and Monk Gibson is said to be sleeping quietly In jail. Outposts are guarding every road leading to the d prison and fifty men are on sentinel duty. Died of Heart Disease. a Memphis, Tenn.: J. W. Tanby, a , traveling salesman from Louisville, . Ky., was found dead In his room at a local hotel yesterday. Physicians say that Mr. Tanby died during the night of heart disease. Congressional Party. El Paso, Texas: The conigression a! party, including Speaker Joseph G. Cannon, will arrive in El Paso tomor s row afternoon on a trip through New C Mexico. Several citizens of El Paso expect to go along. Rejoice Over the Capture. Cuero, Texas: There is general re Sjoicing here over the news that Monk SGibson is in the hands of the law. s Much speculation as to conditions in Jackson county has been indulged in since the escape of the culprit, sonie of which was along the lines of good logic. Rejoicing at Victoria. e Victoria, Texas: The news of the I. capture of Monk Gibson near Edna was received here with rejoicing. AWFUL NEURALGIA Mr. PorterThought He Should Go Mad But Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Cured Him. "It scenic like a mInierle that Dr. Williams' Pink l'ills shotuld htave ered mlly neuralgia,'" id 1ir. l'ort r. '"They are certainly a nai;rvel,ins -In-icine and I am always glad to re'-m-nit.end them. "For two years, he ceuntilud, '"I had suffered alnost unem in ablt painsin my head. They would start over my yves .and shoot upward Ionest frequently, bult they often sprltad otVri my face, tnIll at times every part of my 11 .ad and face would be full o*f aigy. S otines the pains were so i1llternse that I ct'aaniily feared they would drive lc: hmad. " My eyes alled cot)lsatl'iv anIl there was always a burninng sensation over my forehead, but the other pains varied, soie('tiines they were(' acute. and again they were dull and lingt"ring. I could not sleep. My temp r! wra irritable and I got no pleasure out of life. " I tried remedy after renely, hbut finding no help in any of them, I be. cane a despairing man. Even w-he I began to take Dr.\Villiams' Pink Pills I had no great hope of a cure. "That was in Decembler of 1903 To my surprise, a chaiige in my condition took place right away. The pains grew less intense and the acnute attacks were further apart. as I kept on using Dr.Wil. liams' Pink Pills. Tl'ihe improvcment be. ganu with the first box. and wheu I had used six )boxes I stopped. My cure was complete and has lasted ever since." Mr. Charles HT. Porter lives at Ray. mond. N. Ii. lie is one of many grateful people who have found that Dr. Williams' Pink Pills will cure disea.sesof the nerves that have stubbornly resisted every other remedy tried. Not only neuralgia, but sciatica, partial paralysis and l co:notor ataxia yield to them. T'ihey are sold by all druggists, or may he lobtatied directly from the Dr Williams Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. Y. During the period when camp meet. ingg were of frequent occurrence in western New York a man living in Buffalo. a Mr. Wilbur. at:e-nded one in the vicinity, after which he disap. peared. Two years later he quietly returned to the bosom of his family. No explanation was given to the neigh. bors of his long absence. After wait. ing for a week a Mrs. Post, who could restrain her curiosity no longer, pop. ped her head out of the window as Wilbur passed by and called after him in a short shrill voice: "Mr. Wil. bur! Mr. Wilbur! Is the meeting out? Is the meeting out?" Advertisement Did Double Duty. A few years ago an eccentric Lon don poultry dealer, named Fox, com bined a birth announcement with an advertisement of his wares. He in. serted in the papers an advertisement to the effect that "Another little Fox found its way into- my establishment between ten and eleven last night, but notwithstanding its arrival there will be no diminution in the number or quality of the geese for which my establishment has long been famous. Remember that the old Fox Is always cunning in securing for business the plumpest goose." Past:ed Plaster on a Bandbox. Several years ago a Turner (Me.) physician was called to prescribe for a young woman. Hie ordered the mother to apply a plaster to the pa tient's chest. The following day he called to see if his advice had been followed, and, finding the patient about the house, was complimenting his good judgment when the old lady informed him that, as there was no chest in the house, she had pasted the plaster on a bandbox. Edwin Booth's Fondness for Tobacco Without a cigar was Edwin Booth, the tragedian, scarcely ever seen Even while engaged on his profession* al duties his beloved weed was pres* ent in the wings, ready to be snatched from his dresser's hand for enjoyment during the sometimes exceedingly brief intervals between his exits and entrances. Twenty-five cigars a day were at one time his usual allowance -an allowance, however. not infre quently exceeded. Hard to Please Everybody. Whatever a girl does it seems 1f. evitable that she should be laughed at and she must learn to expect this, says a writer. A few years ago she was called a "bluestoclking" for her devo tlon to learning; next an "empty. headed, overdressed doll," and Dow she is a "creature of iron muscles of waistless symmetry, of biceps and un gainliness." Should she turn her enec gies to cooking anti domesticity she beomes a "mere household drudge." "GOLD GOLD." "Good," He Says, "But Comfort Bet. ter." "Food that fits is better than a gold mine," says a grateful man. "Before I commenced to use Grape Nuts food no man on earth ever had a worse infliction from catarrh of the stomach than I had for years. "I could eat nothing but the verY lightest food and even that gave Ime great distress. "I went through the catalogue of prepared foods but found them all (except Grape-Nuts) more or less In' digestible, generating gas in the stom ach (which in turn produced head' ache and various other pains and aches) and otherwise unavailable for my use. '"Grape-Nuts food I have foud easily digested and assimilated, anPd it has renewed my health and iigor and made me a w(ll man again. The catarrh of the stomach has disiP' peared entirely with all its attendant lls, thanks to Grape-Nuts, which OW is my almost sole food. I want 3 other." Name given by Postum CO. Battle Creek, Mich. Ten day's trial tells the story. There's a reason.