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A OERATITON W ('sCredbyLydiaE.Pink" se 'sVegetable Compound %t Va g.Int."TYour remedies have tel 1 eand I have only taken six bu m Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- th, ble Compound. I was sick three months and could cIl not walk. I suf- th fered all the time. iiThe doctors said I ly could not get well be 4 +''without an opera tion, for I could St har d ly stand the pains in my sides, w especially my right st S one, and down my er I right leg. I began tip Seel better when I had taken only s wbottle of Compound, but kept on S aefraid to sto too soon."-Mrs. t Iwo gULLEN, 2728 N. B. St., El- cc fraInd m I will women take chances with ý operation or drag out a sickly, al fv.earted existence, missing three- ir tths of the joy of living, when they di Shealth in Lydia E. Pinkham's .utable Compound? st ! or thirty years it has been the . ard remedy for female ills, and w . a cured thousands of women who o, 10 been troubled with such all- (, t .as displacements, inflammation, C Spleration,s broid tumors, irregulari tes, periodic pains, backache, indiges- o ti and nervous prostration. r you have the slightest doubt r ;*at Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege" C table ompound will help you, o /lteto 1Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, p ,aa, for advice. Your letter ifll be absolutely confidential, t' aad the advice free. i ~--- -- r KIDNEY Is a deceptive diseas t thousands have it and -TROUBLE don't know it. If you want good results you da make no mistake by using Dr. Kil. W ,'as Swamp-Root, the great kidney rem. . , At druggists in fifty cent and dol ir sites. Sample' bottle by mail free, t g- pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have. kidney trouble. ,beu, Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blnghamton, N. Y SUNSHINE AND GOOD HEALTH Wherever Sun's Rays Penetrates Hu man Life Is Quickened and Health and Happiness Promoted. The sunlight, with its mellowing :nwarmth and radiance, is one of the pieat essentials to good health. Where. yver it penetrates, in prudently regu : tel moderation, it quickens human 'ite, promotes health and happiness, d may be truly regarded as one of Sthe best friends of man and beast. The common practice of providing itlade, shutters, curtains and other :,ans for shrouding the windows and utting out the sunshine, is undoubt ly. a great mistake, and makes for c:&stcal weakness and ill health. More wSlndow light, more sunshine, and not ika, is what we require. Let all your Sjirtments, kitchen, sitting rooms, ;lrlors and bedrooms, too, be flooded )-wth sunlight as much as possible. Famous Eccentric Toasts. Pitt, at Kidderminster, gave a tint in compliment to the carpet tanufacturers. :f"May the trade of Kidderminster," (Pdd Pitt," be trampled under foot by i the world!" A more audacious toast, freighted ih double meaning, has been vari iUlly attributed to Smeaton, Erskine to some others. This after-dinner =_le sentiment was delivered in this 5' "Dam the canals, sink the coal pits, Ilast the minerals, consume the manu , disperse the commerce of t Britain and Ireland!"-Cornhill Exercise. , afraid you don't get enough ex ," said the physician. Tat," replied Senator Sorghum, because you never saw me at home Smy fellow citizens lined up to e hands with me." ,Saves Breakfast Worry A package of Post *> Toasties bS the pantry shelf. Served in a minute. .th cream or stewed fruit. SDELICIOUS SATISFYING! * Memory Lingers" POSTUM CEREAL CO., Ltd.. S .Battl Creek, Mich. I 'mmmm mm MUCH VANDALISM IN MEXICO PEOPLE ROBBED, STOCK STOLEN AND. PROPERTY DESTROYED. A Report Says Colonel Rabago Was Taken Prisoner at the Battle Ca Fought at Casas Grandes. El Paso, Tex.-According to reports received Monday from what are coI- M1 sidered unquestionable sources, van- 1Fo dalism, and commandeering of food Stor supplies by lawless persons and in- T e terference with the free activity of writ business people are growing in Nor- "FI thern Mexico to such an extent that ago thousands of noncombatants, in- very eluding many Americans, are leaving cold the country. resu Americans are allowed to leave free- Ia g ly, but iot without being detained by nevi bands of armed men and in some in- lob stances being deprived of their valu- was ables. Cattle and horses are taken se without regard to ownership and many wee stores have been raided and left wh empty. It is given out that depreda- get tions are not countenanced by the in- toi surrecto army, but are performed by and the lawless element not acting in ac cordance with the revolutionary move ment. mo An American of El Paso arrived dOc after a nine days' trip on horseback cut from Guerrero Minaca, coming north An directly through the heart of the me state of Chihuahua. He said: tie "We were frequently held up, but when it was found we had no arms or valuables, we were allowed to pro ceed. At Babicora we found that J. C. Hayes, the manager of a ranch owned by an American, had been ar rested by the insurrectos but later released and is safe. Near Casas Grandes we came upon the outpost of Francisco I. Madero's insurrectos. By them we were treated with cour tesy and told that if we were molested it would be against the desire of the revolutionists, as they were eager to respect property rights. d 'Further north we were told by the u ranch holders that their cattle and 1- horses were being taken by the hun dreds. The storehouses in the little e, towns are empty." SMail advices confirm reports that Americans are leaving. A letter from Monterey dated March 15 says that John R. Pritchett of Austin, Tex., a railroad surveyor, left Durango, fear ing the insurrectis would attack the town. American cattle men who have come to the border report that 100,. 000 head of cattle which has been contracted for by persons in the e- United States from Mexicans in April will be prevented by the insurrectos from being brought across the bor der. E o A report that an important battle t. had been fought near Casas Grandes, that Colonel Rabago, the federal com e nmander, had been captured by the in- bi id surrectos in a canyon called Choco- e! t- late Pass, and that the insurrectos si or had agreed that the Mexico North- T re western Railroad was to be opened d ot to 3uarez as soon as Casas Grandes ur was taken by the insurrectos, reached , s, El Paso but was not confirmed. d An American who passed near Ca- s sas Grandes said that although Ma- , dero was in the vicinity, no fight had , taken place. ii ,et 20,000 Loaves Daily, b San Antonio, Tex.-No feature of r," the so-called maneuver camp attracta Is by more attention than the division bak- I ery. The bakery can turn out 20,000 ed two-pound loaves daily, and is at pres ri- ent delivering about half that quan n o tity. Ler -- - - - - " his Plundering Mexican Bandits. Vera Cruz.-News from the canton Sof Cordoba is to the effect that a body Sof bandits is busy robbing small towns and haciendas in that vicinity. They tll are believed to be the prisoners who broke jail several days ago. Licenses for New Banks. Austin, Tex.-The state banking , board licensed the following banks, me all adopting the guaranty fund plan: to Farmers Guaranty State' Bank of North Zulch, Madison County; capital; S stock, $10,000. First State Bank of Ap pleby, Nacogdoches County; capital stock, $10,000. Webster State Bank if Webster, Harris County; capital ;tock; $10,000. Introduce Texas Law. Austin, Tex.-The attorney ener l's department was Monday advised . a senator in the legislature of Call , nia that the Texas law prohibiting . operation of future contracts and j i.et shops has been introduced in m, legislature of that state, and will cubtless be enacted into a law with out amendmento. State Deputy Game Warden. Austin, Tex.-H. S. Lawson of Aus tin has just been appointed deputy ) game warden with jurisdiction over all counties in the state. This an nouncement was made Monday by Gate Conimissioner Emmett Smith. English Billiard Record. Lonion.-George Grey, the Austral ian billiardist, who recently made a new world's record at English bil liards with a run. of 1576, establish ed another world's record Sunday with an unfinished break of 2,196. - " Warehouse 'Bdrns. Yoakum, Tex.-Fire Sunday de stroyed the large grain warehouse and its contents belonging to A. J. Math ews. The loss is estimated at about $5,500. * BAD CASE OF fiRIP Caused Sore Throat and Ton silitis. Restored by Peruna. Mr. W. H. fIousley, Stony Point, Te nnessee, writes: "Five years ago I took a very severe cold which resulted in la grippe. I never was so bad off. I was in bed several weeks, and when I did get up I had tonsilitis and s o r Mr. W. H. Housley. throat. "I tried to cure this for eighteen months, but it gradually got worse. A doctor advised me to have my tonsils cut out, but I did not like the Idea. Another doctor examined me, and told me the same thing. I finally got a bot tle of Peruna, and after I had taken one bottle my throat was better. I bought and used a dozen bottles, and saw I was going to get well, and I did." RIGHT THERE. It Stry one plE II I I So Ph Henry-That's all right- don'tr EYES WOULD BURN AND STING s hit faThen we used all of the home reme with, and bandaged them over night with tea leaves, but all to no purpose. somel-Papa says I musn't encour-nstantly age you. 01 Henry-That's all right- don't tuld harneed any encouragement.more. The doctor EYES WOULD BURN AND STING' hi "It is just a year ago that my sis ter came over hero to us. She had madbeen here only a few weeks when her c ointmeyes began to be red, and to burn and Itor sting as if she had sand in them. 1 "Then we used all of the home reme dies. She washed her eyes with salt t water, used hot tea to bathe them andi with, and bandaged them over night twe with tea leaves, but all to no purpose. a vShe went to the drug store and got some salvo, but she grew constantly worse. She was scarcely able to lookthe in the light. At last she decided to C go to a doctor, because she could d hardly in sorix any more. The doctor said it was a very severe disease, and hf she did not follow his orders closeAug. 5, 1910. ly she might lose her eyesight. He i made her eyes burn and applied elec tricity to them, and gave her various ' ointments. In the two and a half or three months that she went to the doctor, we could see very little im provegal kient. "Then we had read so much how Ex people had been helped by Cutifcura Y that we thought we would try it, and we cannot be thankful enough that weond. Y used it. My sister used the muticura Oil Pills for purifying the blo. Jua, bathed into only with Cuticura Soap, the inflamd at night aLifer washing, she anointed her eyes very gently on the outside with the g Cuticura Ointment.. In one week, the s, swelling was entirely gone from the teethineyes, and after a month there was no ,f longer any mucus or watering of the , eyes. She could already see better, p.Even and in six weeks she was cured." al (Signed) Mrs. Julia Csepicska, 2005 gk Utah St., St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 25, 1910. One Better. "My daughter has been taking fen cing lessons and she feints beautiful ly." dr "Huh! Ought to see the way my li gal kin trow a fit!" ig Executive ability consists in finding id a man who can do the work-and in in letting him do it. Lots of men who i1l- have no others. u ve AlV ".uva o. YHAIR DRISSINO. PRSlOP, I, Sa."of Um" W@ IUOUSIIUIrY heirs. Use "LA OREOLV1 ARD~iIO rgslt I OL Try This for Colds" Prescription Known for Results Rather than Large Quantity. Go to your drutggist and got "Two ounces of (yI.ccerin,. and half an ouni', h of conclnltratil Pine conl11po1 ld. MIX ter, these with half a pint of good whisky. f Shake well. lake one t t two) t.iisp. 'n fuls after each ntllc:t and at hrl tin,m . i l F aallcr dost's to (hiildren l(('ording to ,ag,." Any n,,' can 'prlpar,' this at homo. This is said to t~" the quick .4t coiugh and nHcl cur, Itknow'"n to the by mendical pr ftsion. B, sure to gt only the g,·,nlin( 1(;l!,'11r (',ntlltntrat'dl 'ito. Each half o0u111tn botthle 1 'iles in ta tti sorcw-topl s, , .d4 cas. If theI drulgglst is out of stock he will lquicklv gt it from his whtolesabl, h,,us". D,)n't fool with uncertain mixtures. It is risky. Encourage the Boys. pu When a boy presents an idea that is feasible, pat him on the back and gri encourage him, and he will develop a love for agriculture and become the stt pride of your heart in your declining years and will love the homes and the the farms that you have worked so juw hard to pay for. If farming has not paid in your case pie by all means give the boy a chance to begin without your handicap. "What was good enough for me is al good enough for the boy," is a maxim unworthy of a New England farmer. Give the boy a chance at af agricul tural education and he will help you to stop the leaks and turn the past and present into a brighter future. DON'T TAKE CHANCES! If you have never used BOND'S LIVER PILLS, let us prove to you at our expense, the unfailing certainty for the cure of Headaches, Bilious ness, Constipation, Dizziness, or any Malarial trouble. Send us a postal re quest for a free sample, we will mail it promptly. All we ask is that you try these meritorious Liver Pills, just one time. We know that you will be pleased with their small size, small dose, gentleness and thoroughness. Sold by leading druggists 25c. Bond's Pharmacy Co., Little Rock, Ark. No Doctor in Forty Years. Forty years' residence in the coun try near Etna with never a doctor summoned on a professional visit at his home is record of E. R. Hamilton, who has nevertheless raised a large family. "There were times during the last two score years when we were hun gry, but we were never sick," said Mr. Hamilton.-Portland Oregonian. Annie Telford, "Queen's Nurse," of Ballyantral, Ayrshire, England, Writes as Follows: I have great pleasure in testifying what a valuable remedy in various r- Skin Troubles I have found Resinol Ointment to be. I have used it in ex t tremely bad cases of Eczema and in poisoned' wounds, and always with most satisfactory results. I have the highest opinion of its curative value. Is- Greatest Little Invention. )d The greatest little invention that er has been given to the world is the id lucifer match. It was invented in n. 1827. It is small, 'but like Portia's le- candle, it has shed a great light into lt I the world. It gave man mastery of m fire. Before this fire had been a con. ht trary hired man, butftow it became te. an obedient servant ly Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Gum ok and Mullen is Nature's great reme(ly- Cures Coughs. Colds, Croup and Whooping to Cough and all throat and lung trlubles. At Id druggists, 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. ;or ------c nd Dost thou love life? Then do not se squander time, for time is the stuff life ie is made of.-Franklin ec- ------------- US TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY or Tke LAXATIVE iB nOM QHtintne 'ol'abe. he GBvIE' signaiture ison each box. 25ic. m The breath of scandal is responsi S ble for much breezy conversation. ara Taking Garfield Tea keeps the system clean, the blood pure and the general we health good. Buy from your druggist. ura - - - ned Cleanliness is next to godliness. ght John Wesley. What Ails You? Do you feel week, tired, despondent, have frequent head aches, coated tongue, bitter or bad taste in mormig, "heart-burn," belching of gas, acid risings in throat after eating, stomach gnaw or burn, foul breath, dizzy spells, poor or variable appetite, nausea at times and kindred symptoms P If you have any considerable number of tbhe above symptoms you are suffering from bilious ness, torpid liver with indigestion, or dyspoelsa. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is mado e ,. up of the most valuable medicinal principles known to medioal science foo the permanent cure of such abnormal conditions. It Is a most effcient liver Invigorator, stomach tonio, bowel regulator and nerve strengthener. The "Golden Medical Discovery" Is not a patent medicine or sporet nostrum a full list of its ingredients being printed on its bottle-wrapper and attested under oath. A glance at these will show that it contains no alcohol, or harm ful habit.forming drugs. It is a fluid extract made with pure, triple-reined glycerine, of proper strength, from the roots of native American medical forest plants. Worid's Dispensary Medical Association, Props., Buffalo, N. . Unfortunate Allusion. She-Too many men expect their wives to run their homes on practical ly nothing. They forget that no one can make bricks without straw. He-MY wife does-out of flour. Constipation, indigestion, sick-headache and bilious conditions are overcome by a course of Garfield Tea. Drink on retiring. A one sided argument never gets very strenuous. Cause and Effect. "Where is Bill today?" "Bill is sick in bed." "What's the matter with him?" "Well, you know that girl of his thinks he does n't use tobacco. Yes terday he was hurrying around the corner an ld he l.:n right in to the girl. lie had a chew in his mouth." "Yes, yes: go on.' "'Thero were two things to do-hurry by or swallow." "\Well?" "Bill talked to her for five minutes." A Good Samaritan. "(nce, when I was ill, he gave me a punch in the sto!ach." "I don't see why you should be grateful for that." "It was a milk punch. They strengthen, you know." ASK FOR A LLEN'S FOOT-EAME t he Antiseptic pi cer t 0 shake intm yo ,.r shoes. Il, tieves Corns. IBunti .is Ingrr wing Nails. Sw ,llen ax. L Swoeting feelt, llBu rster and I ;C.i s sp.tAs. S~id everywhxere,'Sc. Ji.n tIrr'eptnl) ut lP elttu e. :nm pleo !f li. Aadrese Allen S. Olmuated, L lLUoy, h.TY. Some men, like some roosters, are always crowing-but what's the use? ileasantiRefiesn , Beneficia, Gentlo and Effctr, CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO. in the Circle, on eveyr Pacta e of thI Goenuine. DO NOT LET ANY DEALER DECEIVE YOU,, SYRUP OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA HAS GIVEN T- T a - I I UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION FOR MORE THAN THIRTY YEARS CENT. oP A LCOHO PAST, AND ITS WONDERFUL SUCCESS HAS LED UN. SU S AN CT E ^ SCRUPULOUS MANUFACTURERS OF IMITATIONS TO OFFER ... . INFERIOR PREPARATIONS UNDER SIMILAR NAMES AND '_osA1S tl11TO COSTING THE DEALER LESS. THEREFORE, WHEN BUYING, 'c , ,r._i. NotetfieFufName ofthe Companf 1 * CA1)8RRLf1, SYR iU? PRINTED STRAIGHT ACROSS,NEAR THE BOTTOM. AND IN erc so 1a THE CIRCLE,NEAR THE TOP OF EVERY PACKAGE.OFTHE PCTURE GENUINE REGULAR PRICE 50S PER BOTTLEU ONE SIZE OT PrACTA . ONLY, FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DRUGGIST SYRUP OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA 1i THE MOST PLEASANT, WHOLE SOME AND EFFECTIVE REMEDY FOR STOMACH TROUBLES. HEADACHES AND BLIOUSNESS DUE TO CONSTIPATION, AND TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTs n IS NECESSARY TO BUY THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINFi WHICH 5 MANUFACTURED BY THE CALIFORNIA FI SnYRUPCO. A Country School for Girls in New York City Best Features of Country and City Life Out-of-door Sports on School Park of 35 acres near the Hudson River. Full Academic Course from Primary Class to Graduation. Upper Class for Advanced Special Students. Music and Art. Certificate admits to College. School Coach Meets f Day Pupils. Miss Bangs and Miss Whiton, Riverdale Ave., near 252d St., West COLT DISTEMPER sn be handled very easily. The sick are cu red. and .l othehes i ame stable, no matter bow "x '-.kept from having the dte 1 EA by using esYOHfN'8 LIQUID D riSTEMPEIn CUR.. Give the ongue or in feed. Acts on the blood and expels germs all form odistemper. Best remedy ever known for marl in to R One bottle guraunteed to cure one o any' l bot1e tUO $10odoseno dudrugifs5 ad harness dealers, or sent exp res paid ht manufactrer. Cut showe bow to poultice thr r Boo~letatveusevythlng, tLocal asents wantOd. 5.ll1 horse remel7 Lato elstenee-twetlve yea-rs . .. t PON. MEDIOA. COu.. y+sIdhL GOshen, snd.. Y. $ As t 87 2.o $3 $3.5- & ,4 SHO ES10oW . W. L. Douglas shoes cost more to make than ordinary shoes, because higher grade leathers are used and selected with greater care. These are the reasons why W. L. Douglas shoes are guar anteed to. hold their shape. look and fit better and wear longer than any other shoes you can buy. WI BEWARE OF SUBRTITUTEr&M" The genuine have W. L Douglas name and the retail 'al price stamped on the bottom, which guarantees full value and protects the wearer against high prices and inferiorsbhoes. REIUSEEUBSTITUTESAII D .TOBE' JU _TA60000' t If your dealter cannot supply yon with the genuine W.LDon0l1s shoes. write BOS' SOheS or Mtll Order Caºtalog. ~soee ent direct from factorl to wearer, all charges .2. O pielod. W. L. Douglas,. 143- Spark t- .. Broktoeas . e.00, _._.00 ACTS G&NT ;l unyo'y l l t ; , jy iirv, the hrad. thr 'ait :: 1 d ltu . a: t i5 i: I tt'" I. t'hec 4 F .ver,"., ". a 1 ,. , r''. " of L(,e tb,)s', tik,. a ;: y U n "t and pairs (caused 1v c.lds. It can, :' ip all o*" W\rite Pr,'t. Nlirll , in, .:,:,i ,int .z ,':r snI Stc., Phllll.. rla., f,,r ul, ,lckal advi,'e abe golutely free, McCANE'S DETECTIVE AGENCY Houston, Texas. operatos the largest force of competent detectives in the Sauth. they render written opinions in cases not handled by them. Reasonable rates. LIVE STOCK AND ELEI COT PES | ISCELLANEOLS E ý i iU I r | In grenat rar etv for salh atit the lhwst prices by WMTti KBaI.1 Y~nhl'Ah1MIL, tA 'I&Jt.. UCi5~i (, Nii.oui Ladles we posltlvely guarantee that the proper use Mrs- McComick's BEAUTY CREAM will give you a beautiful clear complexion so much admired by everybody. A per, fectly harmless skin food and powder com bined. Can be used on all occasions. Made in white and flesh. Prices, large jar 5oc, regular jar 25c. Sample sent by mail for toc in stamps. Ask your druggist or sent direct on receipt of price. Good lady agents wanted everywhere. Address THE BEHRENS DRUG CO., Dept. L. Waco, Te. R NTiRD EYES PATETS Fortunes are made to patents Pro taEct yourrdear wre rap buoklr_& Fltsgerald * Co., Bo IWhL. oI D. I c W. N. U., HOUSTON, NO. 12-1911.