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The more you eat
Scotch Oats LA'
the better your health
inents with athletes
show Quaker Scotch
Oats to be the greatest
strength maker. ma
_-eked in regular size packages, and In
hermetically sealed tins for hot cli- gr(
W. L. DOUGLAS ov
9s, $4, $3.50, $3 & $2.50 coi
wprk;: HO~ oesShoes of
,Oon~eS P Shoes r S ,H -- '12 $3, ;2.60 $2 4,5
W. L. Douglas
shoes are worn - an
bymorenmen than -
pay other make, e
W. L. Dnougils e~ 5.00
sad 4.00shoesequ al, er
• astyle, fit and wear, Se
other makes costing er
gg.00 to $8.00.
SW.L.Douglag $3.50, T.
$5,00,62.50 and $2.00
hloes are the lowest
price, quality consid- go
7red,lnthe world. Al
Fast Color Eyelets. Al
The gennlne have W. L. Dougla. namle and price
gmped on the bottom. Take N. Si,. Ittlltte.
sil _yoor dealer for W.l,. Dou glas shoes. If they
rnot tnr sale in your town write for Mail Order Cat
lo. giving full directions how to order by mall. Shoes
Otewd direct from factory delivered to the wearer all bt
g~,,s prepaid. W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, hL..L
"Good Old Summer Time" is now with us
You will want a cosmetique for your com- of
plexion that will not blow off or streak. D
Mrs, McCormick's Beauty Cream si
applied before being exposed to the hot si
sunshine insures your face that smoothness in
and freshness so much desired. Beauty P,
Cream will prevent or remove tan, freckles.
etc. Satisfaction or your money back. White
or flesh. Ask your druggist. Trial size
sentpostpaid for zo cents in stamps. Lady
agents wanted everywhere. Made only by a
i THE BEHRENS DRUG CO., W'aco, Texas
; Tuft's Pills
stimulate the torpid liver, strengthen the dl
gestive organs, regulate the bowels, cure sick
headache. Unequaled as an
I ANTI-BILIOUS MEDICINE.
egasmtly sugar coated. Small ese, Price, 250
Cleanses and beautifies the hair.
Promotes a luxuriant growth.
Never Fails to Restore orsy
Hair to its Youthful Color.
Cures scalp diseaes a hair falling.
0c, and $1.00 at Druggists
Light on Cause of Tuberculosis.
The sixth annual meeting of the Na
ttdhal Association for the -Study and
?rvention of Tuberculosis was held
aA Washington on May 2 and 3. Among
4it0 most interesting papers was one
SDr. William H. Park, the famous
thologist and head of the labora
)j.es of the New York city depart
¼auent of health. Doctor Park contended
?t~t pulmonary tuberculosis is very
srely, if ever, caused by infection
i*·m bovine sources, such as the
4rkinhg of milk or the eating of meat.
-juberculosis of the stomach and inter
aI organs, which compose only about
t per cent. of the sickness from
hs disease, are often caused by drink
-or eating infected matter. Doctor
rk substantiated his conclusions by
howing the results of years of inves
ption and examination of pathologi
lspecimens. His conclusions are
sitbstantially those reached by Dr:
Bobert Koch, the discoverer of the tu
Something to Crow About
SThe Gander-Suffering cats! What
-ort of noise-germ has got into that
dlculous rooster lately? His darn
Ierowing has developed into a continu
SThe Drake-Why, he imagines he's
Au the public eye since the production
*Of Rostand's "Chantecler."
Of Course Not.
-- Did that young man have the face
.0 kiss you?"
-:!'He didn't kiss with his face."
: Takes Out
:Of the brain, and activity
out of the body, must be
Put Back by
Or brain-fag and nervous
rostration are sure to follow.
If you want to know the
enest joy on earth-the joy
t comes with being well,
There's a Reason"
UM CEREAL CO., Ltd.,
Battla Creek, Mich.
BIG MISSION R LLY C
LAYMEN'S CONGRESS IN, CHICAGO
ATTENDED BY THOUSANDS.
WOULD CHRISTIANIZE WORLD
Every Protestant Church In America
Represented at Immense Meeting In
Which Is Addressed by Many of
Eminent Men. but
Chicago.-For four days, beginning Wa
May 3, Chicago was the scene of a
most extraordinary gathering, the for
Layman's National Missionary con
gress. Every Protestant church In sin
America was represented, and the del- w
egates were men of affairs from all coi
over the country who came here to t
consider plans for the evangelization ter
of the entire world. They numbered r
4,500 in all. vei
Among them were men of national
and international prominence. For-.
mer Vice-President Fairbanks attend- pr
ed as a representative of the Metho- ad
dist Episcopal church. Several gov- tae
ernors were present. United States rea
Senators Dolliver of Iowa and Bev
eridge of Indiana and former Senator is
Teller of Colorado were present at the th
first session. A number of former vI!
governors of states were registered. i
Among them were former Governor
Hadley of Missouri, former Governor D
Yates of Illinois, and former Governor
Hanley of Indiana. Soldiers, sailors, FI
business men, professional men and
ministers were in attendance. The
congress closed on Friday.
Close of Remarkable Campaign.
This convention marked the close
of a remarkable religious campaign.
During the winter and spring, mis
sionary conventions were held under a
the auspices of the Laymen's Mis
sionary Movement in 75 of the lead- sl
ing cities of the country. The cam
paign began at Buffalo on October 16. u
The gathering at Chicago was the cli- h
max of the series of conventions.
A national missionary policy was
adopted. This policy will be sent to D
dn John B. Sleman.
e the World's Missionary conference at
Ltn Edinburgh, Scotland, on June 14,
r- where it is expected to exert a pro
t found conference. The delegates
m were apportioned amongst the varn
k- ous Protestant churches of America
' In accordance with their membership
Y ,nd gifts to missiens. The Methodist
M* Episcopal church led with 600 dele
b- gates. The Presbyterian church was
re second with 450 men. The The North
)r, ern Baptist church had a quota of 330
u- men, .while the Southern Baptist cone
vention sent 200 meh. The Southern
Methodist church was represented by
Aby 255 men. The Protestant Episco
pal church appointed 210 delegates.
awMost of the other churches had pro
a portionate representation. he
LU The various sessions ere held in
the auditoritum. The congress opened
Swith the singing of "Crown Him Lord
DD of All." Right Reverend Charles P.
Anderson, Episcopal bishop of Cht
cago, made the opening address. He
Ae spoke on the "Will of Christ for the
World," dwelling upon the need of
church unity. Bishop W. L. Mcs
- Dowell, of the Methodist Episcotal
church, made the second address. The
first evening was devoted to talks by
J. Campbell White, general secretary
of the Laymen's Missionary Move
ment, and J. A. MacDonald, editor of
The Toronto Globe.
Notable List ofat Speakers.
Among the speakers on the program
were prince T. H. Kun of Korea; .T.
A. MacDonald, editor of the Toronto
Globe; Robert E. Speer, secretary of
the Presbyterian Board of Foreign
Missions; William J. Schiefelin, pres
ident of the Ctizens' union of New
York; Alfred E. Marling of New
York: Mornay Williams, chairman of
the New York stale board of char
ities: Clement Chase of Omaha; How
ard A. Kelly of altimore: Samuel B
Capen of Boston; John R. Pepper of
Memphis, Tenn.; H. Mi. neardsley,
formerly mayor of Kansas City:
George Sherwood Eddy of India, Rob
ert H. Gardiner of Boston; Col. Elijah
W. Halford, private secretary to the
late President Harrison during his ad
ministration; Thomas Tippey and
William H. Lewis of Seattle, R. A.
Long of Kansas City, John B. Sleman
of Washington. founder of the move
ment; William E. Sweet of Denver,
Charles A. RowlBland of Athens, Ga.;
Alfred E. Marling of New York, Judge
Selden P. Spencer of St. Touis, N. W.
Roeell of Montreal, John R. PePper of
Kemphis, and misuionaries irrm al'
ever the wor"
STOMACH WEAK Kid
Rev. Lapley Suffered Twelve Years you
From It-How He Conquered It; uri
You Also Can, Free.
Through an announcement that he saw
In his lucal paper the ltv. J. 1). Lapley
Aof Avondale Statioln, Biriningham, Ala.,
learned that hI could obtain a free trial
bottle of a remenly l
for the cure of iiini
gestlio , anal as ho
was jintlrtt d, ht-"
cause he sulf red I
that way, he wroto
for it. The reme
dy was I ir. C'ahl
well's Syrup I']p
sin. Mr. lapley, licy
I who Is a minister of to I
the Methodist Elpis
copal Church, and a H
member of the Ct(n
tral Alabama Con
Terence, took th box
free bottle with the
result tlhat lie was . Alice Northrup
very speedily cured. drs. Alice Northrup
You or any other sufferer from consti
pation, indigestion and dySlpelsia, sick
headache and such digestive troubles can
have a free trial bottle sent to your home
prepaid by forwarding your name and
address. It is the gentlest, mildest, best
tasting, most effective laxative tonic you
ever tried. Druggists will sell you the
regular bottles at 50 cents or 1, and re
sults are guaranteed. A picture of Mrs.
Northrup. of Quincy. Ill., a cured patient,
is presented herewith. If there Is any
thing about your case that yoll don't un
derstand write the doctor and he will ad
vise you. The addres, Is Dr. W. IT. Cald
well, ?21 Caldwell Bldg., Monticello, Ill.
DIDN'T GET THE SITUATION
Flight of Eloquence Wasted by
Friend of Dobkins - Pretty
Enough, But Not Appropriate.
"What makes you act so grouchy inm
this morning, Dobkins?"
"Had an addition to my family." st"
"What? Why, you ought to be or
ashamed to be gloomy over that! To
think that a normal human being
should be angry because of the ad
vent of such a cherub! Do you act- the
ually grudge a place in your happy stt
home to an innocent creature fresh qu
from heaven, bringing with it the very th'
fragrance of those celestial realms? tic
Do you greet with an unwelcoming
chill a small epitome of all purity and afl
sweetness given into your keeping as ut
a priceless, though undteserved treas- pt
ure by a too benevolent Providence?
A lovely copy of what fancy feigns nt
the angels to be like-a tiny shred of ' an
grace and glory, snatched from the-"
"Say, that's very pretty, but do you
know you're talking about my mother- dc
In-law ?" to
AN INTOLERABLE ITCHING to
"Just about two years ago, some
form of humor appeared on my scalp. pa
The beginning was a slight itching but ai
It grew steadily worse until, when I o`
combed my hair, the scalp became i,
raw and the ends of the comb-teeth
would be wet with blood. Most of the th
time there was an intolerable itching,
in a painful, burning way, very much
as a bad, raw burn, if deep, will itch al
and smart when first beginning to a
heal. Combing my hair was positive
torture. My hair was long and tan
gled terribly because of the blood and
scabs. This continued growing worse
and over half my hair fell out. I was -
in despair, really afraid of becoming c
at totally bald. It
4, "Sometimes the pain was so great
o that, when partially awake, I would V
s scratch the worst places so that my y
r finger-tips would be bloody. I could
ca not sleep well and, after being asleep p
ip a short time, that awful stinging pain
st -would commence and then I would
e wake up nearly wild with the torture.
as A neighbor said it must be salt rheum. i
th Having used Cuticura Soap merely as
30 a toilet soap before, I now decided to
'n order a set of the Cuticura Remedies h
rn -Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Pills.
Iy used them according to directions
'' for perhaps six weeks, then left off,
as the disease seemed to be eradi
ro- cated, but toward spring, eighteen
months ago, there was a slight re
turn of the scalp humor. I com
d menced the Cuticura treatment at
once, so had very little trouble. On
. my scalp I used about one half a cake
h of Cuticura Soap and half a box of
he Cuticura Ointment in all. The first
he time I took six or seven bottles of Cu
Sticura Pills and the last time three
ra bottles-neither an expensive or te
aldious treatment. Since then I have 1
Shad no scalp trouble of any kind.
b Standing up, with my hair unbound, it
ty comes to my knees and had it not been
Sfor Cuticura I should doubtless be
"This is a voluntary, unsolicited tes
timonial and I take pleasure in writing
am it, hoping my experience may help
.T someone else. Miss Lillian Brown,
itoR. F. D. 1, Liberty, Me., Oct. 29, 1909."
of -_ _-----_
gD Finding of Fresh-Water'Eel.
es- The straits of Messina are channels
ew of immense depth, through which a
ew wild form of whirling eddies have the
of effect of bringing up from the depths
ar below many marine creatures which
W are rarely seen except in the deep sea
i trawls. It was here that the fresh
ol water eel was first discovered, an in
ley, cident which threw a blaze of light
tF: on the life history of a very mysteri
lob- ous fish.-London Daily Telegraph.
the Spring Longings,
ad Splutter-T'm just dying to get out
and and dig in the ground. ?
A. Butter-Golf or fishworms?
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IT WEARS YOU OUT.
Kidney Troubles Lower the Vitality sil
of the Whole Body. ('n
Don't wait for serious illness; be. isla
gin using Doan's Kidney Pills when to
you first feel backache or notice sid
John L. Perry, Co. exl
Every lumbus, Texas, says: tlt'
Picture l' h
"llsA "1 was taken sick
so about a year ago. My
limbs and feet be- an
gan to swell and my tli
doctor said I had ""
Ilright's disease. I
then consulted an
other doctor who told
me I had dropsy and
could not live. Doan's l`i
Kidney Pills re
lieved me promptly, and I owe my life
Remember the name-Doan's.
For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a -
box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Jimpson-Is Watson a pleasant talk
Simpson-Yes-if you don't get him
started on religion, golf, automobiles
Didn't Care to Mention His Name.
A colored woman presented herself
the other day in an equal suffrage
state at the place of registration to
qualify for the casting of her vote on
the school question at the next elec
"With what political party do you
affiliate?" inquired the clerk of the
unaccustomed applicant, using the
The dusky "lady" blushed, all coy
ness and confusion. "Is I 'bleged to
answer that there question?"
"Certainly; the law requires it."
"Then," retreating in dismay, "1
don't believe l'll vote, 'case I'd hate
to have to mention the party's name.
He's one of the nicest gent mums in
town."-Ladies' Home Journal.
STATE OF Olto CrIT oF TOLEDO, 1S
FRANK J. CuEr.EY makes oath that he is genior
partner of the firm of F. J. CHIIENEY & Co., doing
business in the City of Toledo. County and State
aforesaid, and tnat said firm will pay the sum of
I ONE IItNDREI) DOLLARS for each and every
case of CATAI~lrI that cannot be cure' by the use of
B HALL'S CATAIlltL CCUE.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence.
B this 6th day of December, A. D., JS6i.
A. W. GLEASON.
SEALt NOTARY PUBLIC.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts
directly upon the blood and mucous surlaces of the
o system. Send for testimonials. free.
F. J. CIIENEY & CO.. Toledo, O.
SSold by all Druggists, 75e.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constlpatlOfl.
d Tit for Tat.
e Stranger (to prominent clergyman)
s -1 came in here, sir, to criticize your
g church management and tell you how
it ought to be run.
Lt Prominent Clergyman (amazed)
d What do you mean, sir? How dare
Y you? Who are you, anyway?
d "I am the humble editor of the pa
p per you have been writing to."-Life.
Id important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
e. CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
Sinfants and children, and see that it
s. In Use For Over 30 Years.
1s The Kind You Have Always Bought.
Drain on Country's Resources.
li In 1908, the foreign-born popula
n tion of 13.6 per cent. furnished 15.0
e- per cent. of the criminals, 20.8 per
cent. of the paupers, and 29.5 per
at cent. of the insane. Between 1904 and
)n 1908, the aliens in these institutions
increased 34 per cent.
'st Had Rheumatism-Couldn't Sleep.
u- A. lady from Oklahoma City writes:
ee "I was sick in bed with Rheumatism,
te- ankles swollen, couldn't sleep. Elec
ve tropodes cured me. They are great."
Id At Drug Stores--$1.00. No cure, no
it pay. Write for free trial offer. West
ern Electropode Co., Dept. A., Los An
en geles, Cal.
es- "I think I shall let that woman rent
ng my house."
vn, "She's the first one who's called to
Ssee me about it who didn't brag about
what a good tenant she is."
els It takes people who have no opin
a ions of their own to make good jurors
:he -therefore women are not eligible
c SORE EYES, weak, inflamed, red, watery
antl sw-ollen eyes, use PETTIT'S EYE
tea SALVE, 25c. All druggists or Howard
sh- Bros., Buffalo, N. Y.
Gin Go to any old person for sympathy,
ght and you will learn that you don't
en- know what real trouble is.
IMrs, Winslow's Soothing Syrup.
lorcblldrce teething. softens the gums. redces In
outlanation,ailaY pain. CUret Owind oIC. 2~ a botIle
' Many a man tries to stand on his
rights when he hasn't any.
Bishop Eats His Own Boots.
Few bishops have to lead such a
stlernuous life as Itishop Stringer. In
comIpavny with a missionary compani(on
he made a tour recently to lbrschlil
island, in the Arctic ocean, and ba k
to litawson City, where the bishop re
Thi ir small supply of food becoming
exhausted, they were oldiged to eat
their mluckalucks and llmocclisilts.
'lT'hese, nadl' of raw se,;lskins, \'er,
soake1d until they becaitOe glutinous,
and were then toasted in strips V( (r
the fire. The bishop says the food
was real good, especially the mucka
Smith-Why did your pretty cook
Jones-She caught me kissing my
Each of the chief or
gans of the body is a
link in the Chain of
Life. A chain is no
stronger than its
weakest link, the body
no stronger than its
weakest organ. If there is weakness of stomach, liver or lungs, there is a
weak link in the chain of life which may snap at any time. Often this so-called
" weakness" is caused by lack of nutrition, the result of weakness or disease
of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. Diseases and
weaknesses of the stomach and its allied organs are cured by the use of Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. When the weak or diseased stomach is
cured, diseases of other organs which seem remote from the stomach but which
have their origin in a diseased condition of the stomach and
other organs of digestion and nutrition, are cured also.
The strona man has a strong stomach.
Take the above recommended "Discova
ery" and you may have a stroan stom.
ach and a strong body.
GIVBN AWAY.-Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser,
new revised Edition, is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay
expense of mailing only. Send 21 one-cent stamps for the
book in paper covers, or 31 stamps for the cloth-bound vol.
ume. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Bufalo, N. Y.
.'THE RADE MARK
A Woman's Home
should be her pride. Your home should
A A o A reflect your own individuality. You
cannot have special wall papers de
signed by you for each room-you can
carry out a special Alabastine decora
tive scheme for those rooms-you can be
a leader in your community and have
your home the talk of your friends.
The Stylish Wall Tint
Is the materilnl that will necomplish this result. We can
show innumerable color effects, classic stencil designs, and
our Art Department is at your service.
Send for the Alabastine book explaining what we do
for you, and how we furnish free stencils where Alabastine
Alabastine is a powder made from Alabaster, ready for
use by mixing with coid water, and is applied with an or
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Have You Tried It?
There is a bottle of Cardui waiting for you at the
drug store. Have you tried it?
If not, we urge you to do so, before your troubles
have obtained such a hold on you, that nothing will drive
Even now, it may be nearly too late. But try it any
how. If anything can help you, Cardui will. It has helped
in thousands of cases, where other medicines had been
tried in vain. Why should it not do the same for you?
TAKE RD I
The Woman's Tonic
"My daughter, Octava, would have been in her grave
today, had it not been for that fine medicine, Cardui,"
*writes Mrs. Laura Lawrence, of Drennon Springs, Ky.
"Nothing 1 tried helped my daughter, until she had
taken Cardui. I had sent for the doctor, when I thought
of your medicine and got a $1 bottle. When she had
S taken four doses she became all right I often recommend
Cardui to my friends."
Your druggist sells Cardui with full instructions for use
t on the bottle.
Write to: Ladies' Advisor~ Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga. Tens.,
o or Speciall Instructions, and 64-page book, "Home Treatment for Women," sent free.
There is positively no bounds to the utility of
'Resino Ointment, Resino Toilet Soap, Resinol Medicated
Shaving Stick are sold at all Drug Stores.
Has made itself welcome in
the homes of the peop)le the
I world over, by its wonderful
cures of all blood diseases and
(Got it t,,:, in usual 1iqui1 forml of
ARE YOU IN THE RUT?
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