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TODAY t I S* i ld rather preserve the health ( o tton than be Its ruler."-MUN 1 ,ands of people who are suffering I slds are about today. Tomorrow ith m be prostrated with penumnonia. 1 op unce of prevention is worth a pound de Get a 25 cent bottle of 1Mun , C0ld Cure at the nearest drug This bottle may he conveniently od in the vest pocket. If you are satisfied with the effects of the rem send us your empty bottle and we refund your money. M3unvon's Cold go will speedily break up all forms of 1 gand prevent grippe and pneumonia. s discharge. of the nose and eyes, ~s sneezing, allays inflammation and R, and tones up the sy-tem. If vou need Medical Advice, write to y ,n' s Doctors. They will carefully ts,,o your cage and avise you by abonlutely free. rof. Mannron. 53d and Jefferson streets, phladelphia, Pa. the name to remem r n you need a remedy for COUGHS and COLD TOO BAD. Mr. Knocker-I had little faith in the curative properties of your medi The Agent-But it cured you? fr. Knocker--Yes, of even the little Aith I had in it. Does Your Cat Cough? Poor pussy! As if the immemorial darge against her of keeping us awake o' nights and of eating canary hktda whenever she gets the chance were not enough, the doctors have dut diecoveredthat for years she has _een responsible for the spread of dlphthetria. Dr. G. J. Awburn of MlUhester, England, having traced a epidemic of this disease in a sub b of that city to a pet cat belonging bosne f his patients, has found, after aeh clever investigation, that all a b are peculiarly susceptible to (Iphtheritic affections of the throat. Re has therefore recently been warn i all families who own cats to latch them carefully, and, if they de aDlep coughs, to forbid their being huged and petted. Dr. Awburn fur ther recommends that if the cough and the cat begins to grow tlia to have the animal destroyed at - aSt. The only really 'safe way, he Ms, is to let the first wheeze be fisy'S death warrant. How It Happened. flaas limping down the street Itne arm in a sling and both eyes L iourning, 5What's the matter?" queried a d. "Automobile accident?" 0,"' replied the other, sadly. "I a man who couldn't take a joke." Steal a march on your enemy by ad you were in the wrong before it out. Gves Breakfast " Zest and -; Relish tost Toasties A sweet, crisp, whole food made of Indian ready to serve right Ol the box with cream and sugar. Oary S Delicious Ji ++Economical ! eMemory Lingers" IU reat company, Ltd, in-.kt·le Creek, Mlc hI JANEIRO TROOPS IN CONTROL SECOND MUTINY ENDED WITH HEAVY CASUALTY LIST. Prisoners Taken While Attempting tc Escape-Many Sightseers Were Killed or Wounded. Rio Janeiro.-The government troops are again in control of the gar. risen on Cobra Island and the second mutiny of the naval forces which be gan Saturday nas ended with a heavy casualty list, but in a way that prob ably will prevent further risings for some time. The mutineers, who composed a battalion of the marine corps, num bered about 600 men. Of these 200 were either killed or wounded. The V others were taken prisoners to the destroyers while attempting to es cape from the island in the night. I Two hundred citizens were either t f killed or wounded while watching the bombardment from the streets of the city or along the water front. Many 1 government buildings were daruageu, including the treasury, the foreign t office and the departments of public works and telegraphs. 4 Two land batteries, two warships and several destroyers took part in the bombardment, and twice in the engagement an armistice was allowed for the removal of the dead and the wounded. Firing ceased entirely late , in the evening, but no actual surren der of the rebels occurred, the com manders of the government forces deeming it the wiser course to await the coming of day. The destroyers, however, were sta tioned within easy range of the is- t land to prevent the escape of mutin- I neers. Toward midnight several 1 boats put out and men could be seen swimming evideiptly with the inten tion of reaching the mainland. Three destroyers took them prisoners. The chamber of deputies met Sat urday to discuss the subject of a spe cial session. The government believes it has the situation well in hand, for aside from a few malcontents the army and navy are loyal. Strict cen sorship is being maintained, but con ditions within the city are normal. The scoutship Rio Grande do Sul fired the first shot in the revolt, turn ing her guns on the city.' The heavy bombardment by both land batteries and warships caused a panic in Rio Janeiro in the early hours of Sunday and frightened and wounded people n tied in all directions. 1- According to the newspapers the causes leading to the second revolt are trival, most of the demands made !e by the men in the last mutiny hav ing been granted by the government. House Passes Bill. Ls Washington.-The rivers and hal' -y bors bill, which was railroaded e through the house Saturday makes 'e no change in the Texas items, except is that there is added authority for a 3f resurvey of the Caddo Lake dam f channel, so as to avoid the overflow d of valuable oil lands as a result of b- the Caddo Lake obstruction. It is g expected that every Texas representa tr tive interested in the bill will ask 1l the senate to increase the house al o lowances. SS. S. Olympia Ashore. o Cordova, Alaska.--The Alaska e- Steamship Company's steamer Olym gpia went ashore on Seal Island, r- Prince William Sound, Sunday. A h serious storm is raging. No word has W been received from the wireless oper t ator on the Olympia since that time, e and grave fears are entertained for e the safety of those on the wrecked vessel. et Pay of Cuban Laborers. s Washington.-The cuban congress has passed a bill fixing at $1.25 per a day the pay of laborers employed by municipalities of the government of "i Cuba on public worIks, according to Sadvices from United States Minister Jackson. The act now awaits the d- approval of President Gomez. Voted Bonds. SGarrison, Tex.-An election was held in the Garrison school district Saturday to determine whether or not they would issue bonds to the amount of $10,000 for building and equipping a brick schoolhouse. The election carried in favor of the issue by 96 to 8 against. Expect Attack Soon. Chihuahua.-(Via El Paso, Tex.) 1'roops, including 120 cavalrymen and \0 artillerymen, with rapid-fire guns left Sunday over the Orient road, destined for Ojinaga, on the Texas border, where revolutionists are re ported in the ascendant In British Crimean Cemetery. Constantinople. Edward Henry Dzmun, the American consul general at Constantinople, who died Dec. 9 after a brief illness, was buried in the British Crimean Cemetery. Still Receiving Cotton. Palestine, Tex.-Palestilne is still receiving a good amount of cotton. This past week 228 bales were mar keted, making a total for the season of 9,484 bales. The Anderson Coun ty crop will this year 'be around 15, 000 bales. Texan's Appointment. Washington.-J. Lynn Thomas of College Station has been appointed by the department of agriculture as sistant dairyman at a salary of $1, 600. L THE JOCULAR CLERK. malaid? H It it lerk lad them t here myself, Sma'am, 20 minutes ago. SAVED OLD LADY'S HAIR ( S My mother used to have a ver bad Xe W w Customer in grocery store)- doctore r allthose eggs on that countr it I fresh?ad two S Clerk-Yes, her ha'am. all fell out n Customer- ow long have they been an iY laid? se day Clerk- niece lad them there myself, th Sma'am, 20 minutes ago. clling SAVED OLD LADY'S HAIR 1$1 a- Cutcura Soap and Cutcura Oint in "menty mother used to have a very helpad is he humor on her head which the doctors ching id called an eczema, and for it I had two e different doctors. of her head was very t· sore and her hair nearly all fell out n'- in spite of what they both did. One m- day her niece came in and they were es speaking of how her hair was falling tc Lit out and the doctors did it no good. ..I She says, 'Aunt, why don't you try el a- Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Or the fint is- ment?' Mother did and they helped " 1n- her. In six months' time the itching, flc al burning and scalding of her head was ai en over and her hair began growing. To- gi ,u- day she feels much in debt to Cuti ee cura Soap and Ointment for the fine C( head of hair she has for an old lady at- of seventy-four. e- "My own case was an eczema in my 1 es feet. As soon as the cold weather ec or came my feet would itch and burn and he he then they would crack open and bleed. pi ?n- Then I thought I would flee to my w )n- mother's friends, Cuticura Soap and al. Cuticura Ointment. I did for four or di ;ul five winters, and now my feet are as B rn- smooth as any one's. Ellsworth Dun vy ham, Hiram, Me., Sept. 30, 1909." ies io Tribute to Painter's Skill. n, One of the still life paintings by h: Je an van Huysen in the museum at The Hague was recently injured, but YI he it is believed the perpetrator was neither vandal nor thief. The picture represents a basket of T fruit on which a number of insects T have gathered. On a pale yellow ap t ple, which is the centerpiece in the 1 cluster of fruit, is a large fly, painted a so true to nature, so say the officials afi of the gallery, that the canvas was led injured by some one who endeavored 11 tes to "shoo" it and brought his cane or p ept hand too close to the canvas. "A " a tribute to the painter's genius," says am the letter recording the fact, "for which ow the work had to suffer." is Fulfillment. Ita- "Two great desires of my life have Lsk "And the other?" al- been gratified. One was to go up in an airship." "To get safely back to earth." YOUR PJAN]ES A FOR HEALTH for are a thousand times bet ked ter if you will only take 1 Hostetter's Stomach Bit ters. It is an absolutely I ess pure medicine and asure per health maker, because it by tones and strengthens the I to entire digestive system ter and thus drives out dis- I the ease. For over 57 years it has successfully dem- I onstrated its great merit 'as in cases of Poor Appe net tite,Sour Stomach,Heart no burn, Indigestion, Dys- I ing pepsia, Costiveness, ion Colds, Grippe, Malaria, - 96 Fever and Ague. Try it. Progress in Railroading. ) "Yes," says the lady whose dress and case is covered with strange foreign uns labels, "the way railroads are run )ad, nowadays is a great improvement as over what they were 50 years ago." re- "But surely you had no experience Sas a traveler 50 years ago," says her friend. "I don't mean that. But nowadays, nry don't you notice, when there is a eral wreck it is always had at some point . 9 convenient to a cluster of farm houses in where the victims can go for coffee and to get warm?" No matter how long your neck may be stll or how sore your throat, Hamlins Wizard Oil will cure it surely and quickly. It to drives out all soreness and inflammation. nar- ---- - son Roumania has 6,000,000 inhabitants, tin- of whom 30,000 are bl.. nu ot un Prei har. s " REOL" AIR R ETORR PR 100, tl d Ioasuse of WieoN ugly, grizzly. gray hairs. Use "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. PRICE, $1.00, retal. Why Do They. Why women like the baldheaded man it is somewhat difficult to define. It may be because he appears to be: Thoughtful and kind. Trustworthy and confiding. Whim sical. Past the follies and frivolities of youth. I'sually successful. A man of property Opinions why women like the bald headed man obtained by, the Daily Mirror are as follows: lie is not silly like young men. He accepts refusals of marriage so nicely that one is sorry one did not accept him. The bald patch looks so clean and nice. One would like to kiss it. A doctor welcomes baldness when it comes to him, as it is a sign of se dateness and dignified learning, which invariably increases his practise. What Resinol Accomplishes Is Truly Wonderful. I frequently have platients who are troubled with skin eruptions, and have taken occasion to recommluend Itesinol, and in some cases the cures have seemed miraculous, and had I not se.n them both before and after, would scarcely have believed them true. One lady told me that she had spent over $100 in various remedies, and was cured with one 50c jar of Resinol. It is truly a wonderful cure for eczema and other itching troubles. F. M1. Stevens, D. D. S., Dover, N. IH. What World Lost? "It was the worst calamity that ever happened to me," sighed the pale, in tellectual high-browed young woman. "I had written a modern society nov el, complete to the last chapter, and a careless servant girl gathered the sheets of the manuscript from thi floor, where the wind had blown theml, and used them to start a fire in the grate." "What a burning shame that was!" commented Miss Tartan. Free Blood Cure. If you have pimples, offensive eruptions, old sores, cancer, itching, scratching eczema, suppurating swellings, bone pains, hot skin, or if your blood is thin or im pure, then Botanic Blood Balm Ili.B.1B.) will heal every sore, stop all itching and make the blood pure and rich. Cures after all else fails. $1.00 per large bottle at drug stores. Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga.. Department U. Asking Too Much. 'The count has promised that he will never beat or kick me if I will marry him," said the beautiful heiress. "But has he promised to work for you?" her father asked. "Oh, papa, don't be unreasonable." f TO DRIVE OUT MALARIA AND BUILD UP TIlE SYSTEM Take the Old Standard IIOVI'S TASTILESS CHILL TONICO. You know what you are taking. The formula Is plainly printed on every bottle, showing it Is simply Quinine and Iron In a taste less form. The Quinine drives out the malaria and the Iron builds up the system. sold by all dealers for 80 years. Price 60 cents. Perhaps our clouds have a silver i lining, but it generally takes other r people to see it. IF YOU HAVE - no appetlte, Indigestion, Flatulence, Sick Headache, "all run down" or losing flesh, you will find STutf's Pills Just what you need. They tone up the weak stomach and build up the flagging energies. Ship Your COTTON to H. KEMPNER of Galveston, Texas Because they are exclusively cotton factors. Because they handle more cotton on consignment than any factor in the United States. Because their warehouse facilities are unexcelled. Because their rates are low as any. Because they advance money on cotton consigned on the most liberal basis and terms. Because they can with confidence refer to any one who has ever shipped to them In the past. Because their long experience in handling cotton, their fair dealings and their excellent con nections in all sectionlls of the cotton-spin ning world, render them always able to obtain tlhe very highest prices on cotton consigned to them. Because cotton is going up and every bale shipped and held ought to sell at very much higher prices. SDr. Daniels' Absorbent t For Sprains and Bruises TAKES THEM OFF 8old by Drugglete Send for Book to SDR. A. C. DANIELS t 172 MILK ST. BOSTON Truth has a sliding scale, rejard less of the frank person. rd s Wanstsos bootuing yrnuP. I Voreblldren teethin, softens tbe m, rgadelni. , People avoid him because they are afraid of his tongue. nt_ _ For Infants and Children. ' The Kind You Have ALCOHOL-3 PER CENT Always Bought A\'egetable Preparation forAs rny similating the Food and Reula- Bears th" Ling the Stomachs and Bowels of , h Promotes Digestion,Cheerful- g nessand Rest.Contains neither O Opium,Morphine nor Mineral ' SNOT rNARC OTIC Si R p, oecf Gld DSA, fl~1PU I J6#&T ' f ikAlx Jla " Ifirm C J/"d - INC. '. w ,ntrgt n .or A perfect Remedy for Constipa Use Slion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea, Worms,Convulsions.Feverish ness and LOSS OF SLEEP. 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Do you realize that my shoes have been the standard for over30 years; that I make and sell more $3.00 $3.50 and $4.00 shoes than aPi any other manufacturer in the United States ? Quality counts. S i oug Doulas It bas made W. L. Douglas shoes a household word everywhere. Shoe (Co. CAUTION$ None genuine without W.1. "Doula'sITAKE NO SUBSTITUTE name and price stamped on the bottom. rr= i v v I /ll i/ If your dealer cannot supply you with Wt I.. Douglas Shoes. write for Mall Order Catalog. W. L. DOUGLAS, 145 Mpark st., Broekton, Mass. *AT LAST! A liquid that will moke the faers meat. Think of itd No more smoke home--no more long weeks of tedious labor. We absolutely guarmantee our liquid smoke to keep meat from skppers. It is harmless, the chemical action being the same as gas smoke. Try this new and better way. Money back -, if it fails. FOR SALE EVERYWHERE "I Ask for our free booklet on the care and raising of hogs. Figaro Co., Dallas, Texas fa NVE WAY 10 roiO~M/t ,re. = Shaking! Aching!! S Shivering! !! S Quivering! ! ! ! THATS malaria. Malaria is S1 murderous. It kills the vital S powers. To cure malaria you i must do more than stop the I shaking and aching. You must S stamp out the last spark of dis i ease and put back into the body S the strength and vigor that dis ease has destroyed. OXIDINE -a bottle proves. does this so quickly and surely that it stands alone among malaria medicines as a perfect cure. It drives out Chills and Fever, and then begins its tonic action, rebuilding and revitalizing the entire system. The tonic body-building properties of OXIDINE make it the most effectual of all remedies for dis orders of Liver, Kidneys, Stomach and Bowels when these organs are failing in their functions. If you want to cure malaria, get OXIDINE. If you are weak, get OXIDINE and be strong. 50c. At Your Druggists PATTON.WORSHAM DRUG CO., Mfrs., Dallas, Texas DISTEMPER CURED QUICKLY Any DruggiLst will supply you with FRAZIER'S DISTEMPER CtRE on a strict guarantee to ive satisfaction or refund the money. Prevents and Cares Influenza, link-Eye, Catarrhal Fever, Coughs and Colds. Best Kidney remedy. Relieves all cases of Heaves. Llquid given on the tongue or placed in feed. Bend for free Horse Book. Agents wanted. $1.00 bottle holds three 50-cent bottles, prepaid from BINKLEY MEDICAL COMPANY, Department 26, Nappanee, Indiar.a.