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od health, with its blessings, must un
derstd, quite clearly, that it involves the
qstion of right living with all the term
g spl. With proper knowledge of what
Sbe, each hour of recreation, of enjoy
of contemplation and of effort may
be made to contribute to living aright.
b n the use of medicines may be dis
peed with to advantage, but under or
y conditions in many instances a
wholesome remedy may be invalu
Sif taken at the proper time and the
CIifornia Fig Syrup Co. holds that it is
Je important to present the subject
av fully and to supply the one perfect
ztive to those desiring it.
Cosequently, the Company's Syrup of
Fi end Elixir of Senna gives general
stisfaction. To get its beneficial effects
buy the genuine, manufactured by the
SOJifornia Fig Syrup Co. only, and for sale
by all leading druggists.
Tastes like a Mint
/flavor of real mint
leaves is fine for
tfeeth- finer yet
O0T OF DOOR WORKERS
Mhn who cannot stop
So, a rainy day.- wil'l 1 \
IId the greatest 't
SI coflort andfre ,
tof bodily movement
S o Riignof the eish
ur lesd waterproof t
C alg O sfree
'URED IN ONE DAY
~YOS's Coldi Remedy Rnelieve the
8i~broat and !ungs almost Immediate
Cheeks Fevers, stops Discharges of
i , takes away all aches and palns
by colda. It cures Grip and ob.
oaoghs and prevents Pneumonra.
Y lie ou stiff or swollen joints, no mat.
hew chronici Ask your druggist for
* n's Rheumatism Remedy and see
ucly you will be c ured.
to have any kidney or bladder troa
u Munyon's Kidney Remedy.
EYnn's r Vitalizer makes weak men
4.and. restoree lost powess.
*e Pesitively cured by
R these Little Pills.
They also relieve Die
tress from Dyspepsia, In
ER digestion andToo Hearty
Eating. A perfect rem
edy for Dizziness, Nan*
sea, Drowsiness, Bad
Taste in the Month, Coat
Tongue, Pain in the
side, TORPID LIVER.
the Bowels. Purelf Vegetable,
PILL, SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
i enuine Must Bear
ware of e Cough
tat hangs on persistently.
r n your night's rest ano
ftheeparoxysms. A fewdoses
of Piso's Cure will relieve won
derfully any cough, no matter
how far advanced or serious.
tsoothes and heals the irritated
surfaces, clears the clogged air
res andt ough dia- .
=At asIu a-she4 io.
IRL FOOTPAD TELLS
OF FIRST HOLO-UP'
PEARL MARSHALL, 18 YEARS OLD,
DESCRIBES HOW SHE '1
Kansas City.-"We needed the mon
ey, and Claude said that was the
easiest way to get it."
She sighed as she said it, Pearl
Marshall, 18 years old, who turned
footpad and was caught with Claude
Parlett after her first hold-up. She sat
in Capt. Walter Whitsett's office the
other morning, her expressive eyes
looking straight at her questioner. The
sigh was not an indication that she t
considered her crime unworthy of se
rious, wide-awake consideration. Miss t
Marshall had spent a sleepless L'ght
in the hold-over-that was .the reason
she sighed. Her story was one of neg
"Shake Him Down," Claude Ordered.
lect rather than viciousness, a recital
of evil associates, of a girl's affection
for a man, willing to follow blindly,
wherever he led.
"It was our first hold-up," she con
tinued. "There was not much plan
ning. Claude mentioned the subject in
the afternoon. I said no. I was afraid.
He said it was all right and easy, and
that he wouldn't let anybody hurt me.
"So after supper we went out to
hold up the first man we met. We
walked several blocks and didn't meet
a soul. I hoped we wouldn't. But I
knew we were bound to if we kept on
walking. When the man we held up
came along, Claude drew the gun on
"'Hold up your hands,' he said. The
fellow did, but he was awful nervous.
I was nervous, too, and stood still.
"'Shake him down,' Claude ordered.
The man put his watch in my hands
and I went through his pockets until
I found the money.
"After we finished the job we hur
ried home. I was awfully frightened,
but Claude said everything was all
right and that we wouldn't get caught.
We were arrested last night. That's all
I know about it. It was the first time
I ever did anything like that, and if
Claude ever robbed anyone else I
don't know it."
HOODOO DOG IS IN POUND.
Hard-Luck Jersey Pet Has Record as
a Trouble Maker.
New York.-Aft~n ten official at
tempts to lose him, No. 13, the hard
luck dog of the police department of
Elizabeth, N. J., has been disposed of
finally, and the force has heaved a col
lective sigh of relief.
No. 13 drifted into police headquar
ters on a stormy night two years ago,
and he had never appeared there
since without bringing a hurry call
for the patrol wagon for a .fire or
other trouble. Old offenders who
were followed into the courtroom by
No. 13 always got the limit from the
One day recently No. 13 lay down
against the door of the city vault in
the comptroller's office, and on the fol
lowing morning experts had to be
called in to open the huge door and re
arrange the lock mechanism. Work
men said the floor had settled, but
the city hall staff knew better. Later
No. 13 moped into Chief of Po
lice Tenny's office, and in ten min
utes there was a general alarm of
No. ,13 was then turned over to the
dog catcher, but he escaped, and had
just settled himself behiud Sergt.
Gerstung's chair when there was a si
multaneous call for the patrol and
the fire department. This was the
last straw, and the dog catcher was
ordered to do his worst.
Crosses Ice Jams Clad in Socks.
Spokane; Wash.-Rather than back
out of a proposition made to fellow
workers, Ellsworth Hollenbeck of
Wenatchee, an employe of the C. & O.
Steamship Company, crossed the Co
lumbia river on the ice jatnms the other
afternoon clad in a pair of socks.
The thermometer registered ten de
grees below zero. Thq river is 400
While discussing the weather with
friends Hollenbeck laughed, saying he
would cross the river clad in a necktie
for five dollars to prove himself ac
customed to "Manitoba climate." The
money was put up. Hollenbeck
jumped from a wharfboat on to the
thin ice, which broke and precipitated
him into the icy waters.
Recovering, he darted out, fell three
times, but reached the goal and re
turned, soaked and bruised in numer
ons places,, but ftve doflsOqs, ahead.
AWFUL GRAVEL ATTACKS
Cured by Doan's Kidney Pills After
Years of Suffering. c
F. A. Rippy, Depot Ave., Gallatin,
Tenn., says: "Fifteen years ago kid- do
ney disease attacked fu
me. The pain in my bE
back was so agoniz
ing I finally had to er
give up work. Then
came terrible attacks u(
of gravel with acute o0
pain and passages of cl
blood. In all I til
passed 25 stones, st
some as large as a la
bean. Nine years of this ran me down th
to a state of continual weakness, and
I thought I never would be better un
til I began using Doan's Kidney Pills.
The improvement was rapid, and
since using four boxes I am cured and r'
have never had any return of the e
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
TRAMP JOKE IN GERMANY. t
Mr. Sport-Here is a little some
thing for yoa--drink a glass of beer
to my health.
Tramp-Light or dark?-Fliegende
ITCHED FOR TWELVE YEARS.
Eczema Made Hands and Feet Swell, I
Peel and Get Raw-Arms Affected, E
Too-Gave Up All Hope of Cure.
Quickly Cured by Cuticura.
"I suffered from eczema on my
hands, arms and feet for about twelve
years, my hands and feet would swell,
sweat and itch, then would become
callous and get very dry, then peel
off and get raw. I tried most every a
kind of salve and ointment without
success. I tried several doctors, but
at last gave up thinking there was a
cure for eczema. A friend of mine
insisted on my trying the Cuticura I
Remedies, but I did not give them a
trial until I got so bad that I had to E
do something. I secured a set and by c
the time they were used I could see a 1
vast improvement and my hands and
feet were healed up in no time. I have
had no trouble since. Charles T.
Bauer, Volant, Pa., Mar. 11, 1908."
Potter Drug & Ohem. Corp., Sole Props., Boston.
The Rev. William Y. Chapman of I
Newark, N. J., thinks that the uplift
movement should be extended to the
kitchen girl. "There is no one," he t
declares, "I sympathize with so much
as the woman who serves things upon I
dishes and then has to wash the dish
es again. It is the most thankless
job on the planet"
Millions of suffering eyes have found
In Dr. Mitchell's famous salve a real
blessing. Reject the offer of any dealer 4
to sell a drug for your eye. Dr. Mitch
ell's Eye Salve is a simple, healthy
remedy to be applied to the lids. It I
cures without entering the eye. Sold '
everywhere. Price 25 cents.
A Great Care.
Celia-Her hair turned perfectly
white in one night from trouble.
Delia-Really? What was the
nature of the trouble?
For Headache Try Hicks' Capudlne.
Whether from Colds, Heat, Stomach or 1
Nervous troubles, the aches are sphedily
relieved by Capudine. It's Liquid-pleas
ant to take-Effects immediately. 10, 5
and S0c at Drug Stores.
There is in man a higher than love
of happiness; he can do without hap
piness, and instead thereof find bless
The delicious juice of the fresh mint
leaves kills the dark brown taste of
- niever mind-chew WRIGLEY'S
You can rely upon the friends you
buy-if you have enough money to
keep them bought.
There Is no Safer Remedy for a Cough,
or throat trouble than "Brown's Bronchial
Troches." 25 cents a box. Sample tree.
I John L Brown & Son, Boston, Mass.
A man never realizes how silly his
love letters are until he hears some
of them read in court.
Smoke on! Chew WRIGLEY'S
SPEARMINT. It doubles the pleasure
and hides the breath.
Many a man has lost his life in try
Sing to collect the living he thought the
Sworld owed him.
. It tastes like a mint Julep without
Sthe Julep--WRIGLEY'S SPEARMINT.
Marriage is the hurdle between ro
mance and reality.
Itch cured in 30 minutes by Woolford's
Sanitary Lotion. Never fails. At druggists.
e You might say of a' legal wedding,
S L" t toIe ugly, Ut"l, ray haeir. Use "LA ORIOLE" HAIR RSTORR.o PRIEO $10, rtaIl.
FINE RECIPE FOR COLDS
Mix half ounce of Concentrated pine
compound with two ounces of glycerine
and a half pint of good whiskey.
This simple mixture is to be used in
doses of a teaspoonful to a tablespoon
ful four times a day. The bottle should
be well shaken each time.
Any druggist can supply the ingredi
ents and it can be mixed at home.
The Concentrated pine is a pine prod
uct refined for medical use. It comes
only in half ounce bottles, each en
closed in a round case, which is air
tight and retains all the original
strength in the fluid, but be sure it is
labeled "Concentrated" in order to get
the genuine article.
A Fatal Breath.
Brookton (with statistical bent)
Do you know, old man, I've just been
reading up a lot of statistics on pres
ent-day mortality, and I have learned
some remarkable things. Why, every
time I breathe a man dies!
the great autofumes! Then why in
the name of the census don't you chew
MIX FOR COLDS
To one-half pint good whiskey, add
one ounce syrup sarsaparilla and one
ounce Toris compound, which can be
procured of any druggist. Take in tea
spoonful doses before each meal and
before retiring. This relieves in 24
hours, and cures any cold that is
"We had such a protracted fare
well," remarked So-and-So, "that I lost
"You should have left farewell
enough alone," he remarked.
For a moment they looked at him
with the Chopin "funeral march" ex
pression. But eventually they re
solved to let him live.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any
ease of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O.
We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney
for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly hon
orable in all business transactions and financially
able to carry cut any obligations made by his firm.
WALDINO., KINNAN & MARVIN,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally. acting
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per
bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Camphor as Medicine.
As a medicine camphor is invaluable
if used judiciously. If six or ten drops
are taken on a lump of sugar when
sneezing starts, a bad cold in the head
can often be checked. This dose should
not be repeated closer than an hour
apart. Be sure that it agrees with
Prof. Munyon says: Cure a cold and
you prevent Consumption. His opin
ion is now shared by the leading
physicians of the country, and the
wonderful cures that are being made
by Munyon's Cold Remedy have at
tracted the attention of the whole
medical fraternity. These little sugar
pellets break up a cold in a few hours,
and almost universally prevent Bron
chitis and Pneumonia.
Hard to Keep Quiet.
She-I should think tragedy parts
were very hard on a woman.
He-Pantomime parts are a great
deal more irksome.
Lots of people haven't chewed WRIG
LEY'S SPEARMINT. But they will!
Those people may not have white teeth
or good digestions. But they will!
There are always two sides to an
argument, which is all the more re
markable when you consider that
there is only one end.
Do not neglect constipation, for this con
dition pdisons the blood and leads to chron
ic ill health. Garfield Tea, the mild herb
laxative, corrects- constipation, keeps the
blood pure, and the health good.
Of course we all believe that it is
better to give than to receive-until
some one passes around the hat.
Marvelous! How do we get so much
delicious mint leaf flavor in every stick
of WRIGLEY'S SPEARMINT?
Take time.by the forelock.-Swift.
Be wise to-day; 'tis madness to de
Those Tired, Aehlnlr Feet of Yours
need Allen's Foot-Easse. mc at your Druggiat's.
Write A. 8. Olmsted,Le Boy, N. Y., for rample.
The rule in a prohibition state
seems to be "bar none,"
Mrs. Winslow's Soothldg syrup.
For children teething, isoftens the gums, reduces b
Iammationh, aIsyspIn. cireswIndeolU. Ucabottl
SThe words coined in the mint do not
increase onur vocabulary.
Pimples, It hing Humors, Rheumatism, Blood
B. B. Poison, Eczema, one Pans.
B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) is the only Blood remedy that kills the poison in
the blood and then purifies it-sending a flood of pure, rich blood direct to the skin
surface, Bones, Joints and wherever the disease is located. In this way all Sores,
SUlcers, Pimples, Eruptions are healed and cured, pains and aches of Rheumatism
cease, swellings subside. B. B. B. completely changes the body into clean, healthy
condition, giving the skin the rich, red hue of perfect health. B. B. B. cures the
|I]P ThmI 0, worst old cases. Try it. 1.10 per large bottle at Drug Stores with directions
for home cure. SAMIPLE FRE by writing BLOODBA[LM CO.,Atlanta, Ga.
A happy medium ought to make COLT DISTEMPER
good at a spiritual seance.LT S
Can be handled very e.811y. The sick are cured. and all other. Is
O N Bme stabl. nonmatter eow ex ", _e.lt from having the his.
ONLY ONE "BROMO QUININE" by wfng 8PON'S LIQUID tISTii.PER CURL Oive on
That isLAXATIVE BROMO uNINE. Look to the ngue or in feed. Acts on the blood and epels germs of
nthe sinature of E.W. OBRO Used the World all forms o-f dllstepe. Bestremedyever known for mares in faL
the signatur of 3. W.. OROV. Used the World ' one ie•lttie San
over to Cure a Cold in One DVar. one. bottln. d gst ded tocee cae a r r
morenuastmuile. Cut shows how to poultice throat Our r.
The more a girl smiles the less she *ne. " - l,
means it. PONM MDIDi 1L 00,. c.HmIsa lsCe aeO e0 Ind. U. A·
No More Pain
"Before I took Cardui," writes Mrs. Martha
Hown, of Sevierville, Tenn., "I would take smother
ing spells, and suffered at my periods till I wanted
to die. I took doctor's medicine, but it did me no
good, so my husband got me a bottle of Cardui. I
have taken two bottles and I can do my cooking now,
and all my work, and look better and stouter than I
have for 12 months and have no more pain."
Take C R I I
G H 144
It Will Help You
With such enthusiastic, truthful, unbiased testi
mony before you, how can you still hesitate to buy
and try Cardui, for your female troubles?
Your suffering cannot be worse,
than that so graphically depicted by
Mrs. Hown. Go, then, today, to the
store and get a bottle of Cardui. It has
helped thousands of women. Why not
Give Cardui a fair and thorough
test and it will surely help you.
Sloan's Liniment is the best remedy for sprains
It quiets the pain at once, and can be applied to the
tenderest part without hurting because it doesn't need
to be rubbed-all you have to do is to lay it on
lightly. It is a powerful preparation and penetrates
instantly--relieves any inflammation and congestion,
and reduces the swelling.
is an excellent antiseptic and germ
killer-heals cuts, burns, wounds and
contusions, and will draw the poison
from sting of poisonous insects.
Price, 25., Sc., and $1.00.
Sloan's book on horses, eattle, sheep sad poultkr ent tIree.