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S SFERINQ Ci
ý aured by Lydia E. Pink. Cr
Okla.-"I had female tron
ie years, was all run down, No
and so nervous I
could not do any
thing. The doctors
treated me for dif
ferent things but,
did me no good. I
S got so bad that I
could not sleep day
or night. While in cr
this condition l read tb
of Lydia E. Pink. c
S ham's Vegetable do
Compound, and o,
began its use and
to Mrs. Pinkham for advice. In
.: orttime I had gained my average
I t and am now strong and well." '
.8 ALLIE STEVENS, H F. D., N o
,Bo84 Waurika, Okla.
Another Grateful WVoman. e
zl page-o(" Jtwas Inane r.
condition and for three
CQU1d no help. t
plnkbaf 's Vegetable Corn
and Blood Purifier which 1 be.
yid my life,
"h p dotor knows what helped me
dodoes tnot say one word against it."
S..r&s MARI JANETTE BATES, Bcs
4, Huntington, Mass.
Because your case is a difficult one,
Loctors having done you no good, do
apt continue to suffer without giving
'i- E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
ýonnd a trial. It surely has cured
ay cases of female ills, such as in.
mmation, ulceration, displacements,
- oid tumors, irregularities, periodio
: ~backache, that bearing-down
and nervous prostration.
Is GUARANTEED been
to stop and perma- and hI
nently cure that ter- The .
rible itching. It is hale
compounded for that the
purpose and your money mi
will be promptly refunded minis
if Hunt's Cure fails to cure
Itch, Eczema, Tetter, Ring
Worm or any other Skin
50c at your draggist's, or by mail
ifhe hasn't it. Manufactured only by
tICHARDS MMEDICINE CO., Sherman, Texas
T~'HESE MONEY BURNERS.
Bondeen Stocks (at Monte Car' -
What luck yesterday? h
Billyuns-1 won twenty thou- i
or lost twenty thousand, I forget I
Willing to Make an Effort.
a large estate In the Scottish I
iands t was the custom for a
to play in front of the house I
week day morning to awaken
;residents. After an overconviv" I
turday night, however, the piper
the day and began his reveille
it be played on the pipes?) on
- morning. The angry master
to him from the bedroom win
"Here, do you not know the
commandment?" And the piper
y replied: "Nae, sir, but ye'l
whustle It I'llhic--tr it, sir."
with cream or milk.
a pleasing change,
le Post Toasties
fesh or stewed fruit.
a dd cream and you
W CUBAL CO., Ltd..
k e. Creek., Mich.
WAlE F CWMIIRE iFE
Criminals of Every Class and Se eral pi
Run Amuck in Empire. tie of
CITY PRISONS ALL ARE FILLED lar b
Nobles, Officials, Students, Outlaws,
I Police, All Are Carried Along in
the Vicious Flood Which Is
Spreading Through the this
SI t. Petersburg.-A fresh wave ol
i crime and violence is sweeping over
ad the Russian empire; in its flood are
k. carried aristocrats, officials, students
le desperadoes-all alike. 'l'he prisons Pro
td overflow with political and other pris 1
nd oners; in almost every university, col toon
lege and high school collisions be fl
tween the students and police con- all
o. btantly occur. Daily revelation is
made of bribery and theft by the high
est officials, some of whom have been, (et
er the czar's favorites. Of all this not 8a
'e word is published by the press, butl
thg news apre,-rv, °Y rd.;erY
o bund luou" the revoitionatr,;
be. travels over the heads of the people
to those in the court circle.
me Gen. Benebott, chief of police ol
it." Moscow, a friend of the czar, was an
BoI cused of forgery and of protecting dis
reputable houses. An investigation
One, by Senator Neidhart proved that the
ding police functionary had been taking
lom- bribes and committing other crimes.
tired The czar has permitted his friend to
s in. resign.
ents, Ten million doltars has diappPared
1odio from the coffers of the Siberian rail
loWg way. Several railway officials are
under suspicion, and tn investigatlng
committee is trying to learn what has
become of the money. -
Princess Lebanoff-iH 'ovsk\'Y ha
EED been placed under technical arrest
nrfa- and her mansion has been searched.
ter- The grand duchesses and grand dukes
it is have been guests of the prince . even
that the czar has visited her. The kins.
mney woman of a former influential cabinet
fded minister, Princess Lebanoff-RostovskY
--- - n r a
1: t - htd
Train Hold-Up In Russia. nio
has played a great role as grands t
dame, and has managed the affairs ol m,
the Red Cross society and handled ait
a mone. t remains a mystery hethe
her disgrace is caused by a political cl
ou intrigue or by the disappearance of
get Red Cross funda. a s
t More than 100 students hav been
arrested in St. Petersburg during the
ab last .week. Simultaneously the stu- e
a dents have been in conflict with the
use police in die sp, Kradza, MOeCOW,r
ken Toiesk and Odessa. It was lmost a
viv- pitched battle n Odessa; si persons
Iper were killed and 50 wounded.
Sll e Four men. masked and armed,
on seized, bound and gagged the agent
st a at nr the engineerrailway stationd
n- polen, t dngtle 7,500 robbed the
Sar se 3,000d esn ca nd destroyed
Viper all the tickets and documents in the
yeye office. Tlelve desperadoes, armed
sir." with the best repeating rifles, halted
a train near Tcheliabinsk in broad
daylight. bound the engineer and
postal agent, stole $7,500 from the pos
tal car sale and escaped.
SEA'S WINTER DEATH TOLL it
One Hundred Vessels Wrecked and !
125 Lives Lost on North AtlantlO t
in Severe Storms.
Bo)ston.-FullY 125 personf per
Ibshed in accidents whtch befell New
gngland. Canadian and ewfoun dla d
vessels, or other craft which met dis
aster in western upper North Atlan
tic waters during the fall and win
ter season DOw ended. It Is impos
sible to announce the exact number
of lives lost as a missing Gloucester
scf ooner the hlla M. Goodwin, with
her crew of ten men may yet be afloat
in orthern ice fields, and as statis
tices of ost Newfoundland fishermen
are incomplete, no
In all 100 vessels were ashore,
sunk, abandoned burned or in col
lision during the lastsi monts. ot
the number 75 were schooners,
seven steamers, seven barges, three
barkentines, two barks, two brigan
tines, two tugs, one a $25,000 auxil
tirn uteam yacht and one a power
boat Sixty-five of the 100 were total
wreboatcks, the majorit hailing from
New e gland ports. The loss of life
on stranded veSol wvas greatest on
mo t -assS-httm + Nefo l
t~- C . , r , + +
. + . : .!: +.K' +++ .-; ::+ ';.:'.,
LIFE SAVED BY
FRIEND'S ADVIYCE !
About three years ago I suffered with act
appendicitis and after having an operation StI
performed it left me with a severe case I
of kidney trouble. I was doctored by sev- ta to
eral physicians and getting no relief I took Th
the advice of a friend and procured a bot
tle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root. After th
taking the contents of the first bottle I felt Li
greatly relieved and decided to continue it.
After using the contents of three more dol
lar bottles, 1 experienced a complete cure.
I cannot recommend Dr. Kilmer'a
Ewamp.Root too highly to anyone suffer- Ig
ing from kidney or bladder trouble. I g
t Yours very truly, g
E. P. 1T11LM, gi
Carter.'ille, Ga. F
wanrn to and subscribed before me d
this July 12th, 1909. a
JOS. 8. CALHOUN. t1
ofI 13. Co., (;a.
8r litter N 1
Bre . aIltter a e*
r=e mws...u, *. T.
SI Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For You i
Is i end to Dr. Kilmer & t'o., Binhaut
ol ton. N. Y.. for a sample bottle. It will
ob ninrt anyone. You will also receive
a booklet of valuable information, telling
Si all shabout the kidneys and bladder. \V h'n
I wi it ing, b sure and menlt in thin paper.
h lor sale at all drug stores. Price fifty'
'e tents and one-dollar.
but I GONE UP.
Ie r'- I
fired from a cannone: Where is .yonkr
ad. I .
esi ks!, iot mxactly hini, d infant
€ v•' ' ill.
ittle ipls--I on't b tking . I o don't i ke
Cthink i's (l the blood can y e.
kept gettingCZEMA ITCHED SO I 1
y ' COULDN'T STAND IT." itati
'I suffered with eczema on my neck El
for about. Six m eltlhs, beoilulin° y t
little pimples btnaking out. I kepth,'::
scratching till the blood canme. It rn,
kept getting worse, 1 e.ouldn't sleep IMhi
nights any mor'e. It kept itchilg for dit
about a month, then I went to a doe- tie.
tor and got some liquid to take. It ale,
seemed as if I was going to get bet
ter. The itching stopped for about
three days, hut when it started again !
was oven worse than before. The ec- ,di
zema Itched so badly I couldn't stand ,
it any more. I went to a doctor and pe
lie gave me some medicite. but it
didn't do any good. We have been T(
having ('uticura Remedies in the
house, so I decided to try them. I T
had been using Cuticura Soap. so I b
got me a box of Cuticura Ointment. Qe
and washed off the affected part with~
Cuticura Soap three times a day., and
then put the Cuticura Ointment on.
The first day I put it on. It relieved i
me of itching so I could sleep all that
night. It took about a week, then 1
could see the scab come off. I kept
frande the treatment up for three weeks, and I
firs of my eczema was cured.
led its "*My brother got his face burned
hether with gunpowder, and he used Cuti'
olitical cura Soap and Ointment. The peo
ee of pie all thought he would have scars,
but you can't see thata hi ever had
e been his face burned. It was simnly awful
ing the to look at before the Cuticura Rem
he stu- edles (Soap and Ointment) cured it."
tth the (Signed) Miss Elizabeth Gehrki, For
oscow, rest City, Ark., Oct. 16, 1910.
Imost a Although Cuticura Soap and Oidt
persons ment are sold by druggists and deal
d ers everywhere, a liberal s.ample of i
armed, each, with 32-page booklet on the cars
e agent and treatment of skin and hair, will be
statiOn. sent, postfree, on application to 'otter
bbed the D. & C. Corp., Dept. X, Boston.
According to statements made theI
other dlay by Dr. Grenfall of Labrador, , t
the Cinderella of Britioh Possei1ns'
has a brilliant future before it. Dr. E
Grenfall, who has lived twofnty years
in that snowy country, says that in
days to come it will carry a popUlaI
tion.as easily as Norway does today.
It Is, he says, a better country than
loeland. and to be greatly preferred t tF
to lapland, Finland, Siberia and _
Northern Alaska. t
Evidently Deeply in Love. i.
Chedomir Milkovitch, a Belgrade po
lh'ceman, conlmitted suiCide after his
d sweetheart had informed him she I
Bcould not leave her situation to follow
l him on his new beat.
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Nature's laxative, Gnrfield Tea. over
er coes rontipation and if ideally suited to I
er tone up the system in the Spring.
t Most women would be very unilter
is esating i they couldn't talk.
E r. Winstrow's oothint tSrp for C Iliar
teetha* , st s th. ledonal. olds
ol- -_ _--_________
Of Some women are like some old hens
IrSa -st in their waay.
Some women aere like some old bell oua- -a
.eet in their wale.
S I V P .
ago ýk.' 'ýv -
Jg. T. "
IWHY BOND'S PILLS It 1
ARE THE BEST. cdunty
They are honestly inade of best pend
agents, and are small, gentle but ef- for It
fective. Bond's Pills relieve the bad ef- Io" u
fects of overeating or drinking. head- welfai
aches, Biliousness, Constipation, Sour wThfi
Stomach, yield readily to one pill, of tin
taken at bedtime. Try them once. dren
Their merit will convince you. horse
A free sample on request. Menti:nti
this paper. BOND'S PHARMACY CO.,
t Little Rock,' Ark. Mrt
' Clearing Kansas of Graeshoppers. len
A live grasshopper will eat a head
gtusshopPl'. A farme'r mixed paris
green and bran together and let a acqu
grasshopper eat it. It died anti 20 mel
grasshoppers ate it up. and they died. the
. Four hundred ate those 20 ant they
* died. Eight thousand ate thosr 400
and they died. A hundred and sixty
thousand ate those S.000 and died, and
the farmer was troubled no more.
A Jar of Resinol Ointment Is a Handy
'ou Remedy to Have in the House
Li All the Time.
ive In twenty years' experience as a
ng nurse I have never found as good a
remedy for Skin Troubles. Eczema.
ier. etc.. as Resinol Ointment. Its cooling.
healing effect on sore n!pples is truly
wonderful. Mrs. T. B. lHenderson,
Albany, N. Y. You can get Reilnol
Ointment at the drug store.
Solely to Blame.
Diner--\Who is that singing so dre.d
fully out of tune?
I 1 esiauraut li oprietor--it is nY
1 )iner-- 'rbha ls the ac(,opanis t
plays out of tune. her, lf
It. p.--She is accompan. ing i
Important to Mothers
Examine carefubll every bottle of
L CASTOIIIA, a safe and sure rnemedy for
infants and children, and see that it
In tlse For Over 30 Years.
'hre a Children ('rv for Fletcher's Casioria
I don't Joshua had nmade the sun stand
sti l:in. but we bet you can't make
Willie .Jones do it." we cried.
hlierewith he acknov:ledged his lim
D IT" itations. --Harper's Blaza.r.
i1) (;I:ER ".hhe grand old man." heg a , d
a- .alh) for he is ,n hottest haudiin g
(lIjiNS 1)'ýTlK I.k 'i B ''RUl for 12t
"care, always with pest urcc,. It ir ti
;mly re|ieylv I know to (ure all f,rmbs of
Sli.tenuler and prel ent lorses' itn Name ,ta
hie hay uig the di .ase." 5le anld 21 a hott
ie. .411 dýugg.i-te" or nannufa,:tulert. Spohn
SMedictal (".. ('l,.1^ý ts. (loshel. Ind.
What We Are Coming To.
Jackk--I thought your landlord
didn't allow chilldren.
Henry- -'Sh' We call it Fido.-llar
TO DRIVE OT ' E T._T
O . ,htA Oln )tand IR THE , rEMh
,a j ct(II. TO'VI(1 You know wst you sP ]bot•le
The formula is plalnly printed on every bnltle.
I sbwLuin It is simplr Qint' Q nd Iron Ina tastre
lS f~o rni. The iriu drie, .rut the
t. eand theorm. _h.oIt np the sy tem. tuld by al.
dealers for u years. Price 60 cents.
"' is there a good parting scene in
i that play?'
at "No; the hero's bald."
pt SARK INTO YOUR SHOTS
One of the loudest of the many
tad strange cries which fill the air today
fbul is the cry for universal independence.
mM --Mrs. H. R. Haweis.
.on'te eputanyee and aggUt Lavate many
t Dr. Pierces Pleasant P. Omst, Le to, S. Y
ite family laxative.
of It's a waste of the other fellow's
are stranime when you talk foolish.
ter is the r for universalt inde Garfeld Tea:
it Conctiationstipatie and regulvates mthyi
liver anil laxative.
leal- ' -----
hof It Is not waste cessari tly true that the
e worst s yet to come.
u.dor, worst is yet to come.
There Is no thi easy but that it
beconies difficult when you do it with
To keep the blood pre and the sin
clear, drink Garfield T before retirin.
No man becomes a jailbird just for
Care of the Child.
It is tlnnouncelC that Los Angeles
countY governtlent will in future ex
iend as miuch nIoley upon societies
for the care of children as it does
now upon societies that look after the
welfare of animals.
This is well. Perhaps, in cour.'
of time, We may come to regard chil
dren as of equal importance \\ith
horses antd dogts.
Your Druggist Will Tell You
?riut ELyJe RPentdY Itelieve,' Sor, Eys..
i rren .tl.en , \\'eak E- .. I)oesn' t 'lil .
1,I,, fror Scalyye lid, and Granulatiuo.
is If a girl has a grown up brother she
a acquires a pretty fair knowledge of
"0 men without having to pass through
,d. the agonies of matrimony.
Wlhat we wan','' Fhid the peace
r;lmotrr. ..isa 8 eyslel that will kper.
10 take the
place;c~ of actual conflict."'
1)on1 you think," inquired the man
who tas. reading the )portiug page.
'thait 01ft iprofes1dtolal Inlglilists have
come pi ett'y near robving the prob
)I).1c.1 ravc.c 1 )"' i" "
A r.;15 rat!h lnriV (iame' blondI poisonl.
1 -I iil 1 ilt ig VcVV ttia t to do HIo.
1 In'''Vi jI ' (hIjflt litt (One ili'aw'i
rl't :11 `,tfe i tio n anCOd iRna ei blood poi fon
A %o oa1a's mind enables her to
Iea(h x I.()oIClUaiom without starting.
'I'ri a. in~valuat Ic in the treat
i nu'iat vi ii .r and kidny I uito
Snw Tl i p In bhkh many fond hopes
'P !, go down is Iourtship.
worst Is yet to come. , ....._-_ -
EATS WHAT HE LIKES
AFTER TAKING FREE SAMPLE
It will he welcome ne ws to dympeptics . .
to learn of a remedy that, in the oplnrmn o
of thousande, io an absolute cure for in
digestion and all forms of 5tormach trol- It
ble, and, bettet , it is gurantced to i
Sdo so. The retnedY i Dr. Cadw
S.v r'ba Fepsin.
W'e all kllot thie value of pltro prpmlin
in ijdigestion, end addt to this some .s
Scptiorit hlxr&tire ingredit ts a nd you'
have a truly wonderful remedY. Mr. T.
point where he could ntot even eat or di-t
gt fpogtcbles and after manny years of j
seeking he fo.und the cure in, T)r. aldi
wel n Syrup Pepsin. Mr. Rudy Kasner of
Moline. Ill., was in the same bad pro
Sdicament with his stomach, took Syrup
P.psin and Is now cured. Hundrd of
others would gladly teotifY. cstion,
et is a guaranteed cure for indisgestion.
olutlon biliouness headaches, ga i
on the stomath and similar soreita
A tbotti' can be hasd at any drug store
for fifty c tts or a dollar, but if you wish
to arke a test of it first send your ud
dreos to Pr. Caldwell and he will suppl
a fret sample bottle, sent direct to your
addiress. You will soon admit that yoi
have found something to re'plsae salhs,
i.atharticls, breath perfumes 5 nd othr
temporar reliefs. Syrup Pepsin will oure "
'For the free sample address Dr. W. B.
Caldwell, 201 Caldwell building, Monti
cello, Ill. i
WVELCOME WORDS TO WOMEN
Women who suffer with disorders peculiar to the;r
sex should write to Dr. Pierce and receive free the
advice of o physician of over 40 years' experience
-a skilled and successful specialist in the diseases
of women. Every letter of this sort has the most
careful consideration and is regarded as sacredly r
confidential. Many sensitively modest women write
fully to Dr. Pierce what they would shrink from ,
telling to their local physician. The local physicia
is pretty sure to say that he cannot do anythin
without "an examination. Dr. Pierce holds that
these distasteful examinations are generally n eedbmit
less, and that no woman, except in rare cases, should submit to them.
Dr. Pieroes treatment will aur you ribght in tbhe privacy of
your own home. His ,Favorite Prescription" has cured
hundreds of thousands, some of them the worst of cases.g ,
it is the only medicine of its kind that is the przduct of a regularly Irdu'ted
phyieiah . The only one good enough that its makers dare to print its every
isedien. T o nly its outnide ppr. There's no secrecy. It will bea examina
tion. ient on its outside wrappeit.fo i drugs are found in it. Some unscrup"
ulous medicine dealers may offer you a substitute. Medical Associat Don'ttrife. R.
with your health. Write to World's Dispensary Medicl Associaio, D. R.
V. Pieroe, President, Buffalo, N.Y.,- take the advice received and be well.
Pain In Her Side
Mrs. Church, of Summit, N. C., (wife of J. W. Church,
the Notary Public) suffered many years with female troubles.
She finally tried Cardui, and in the following letter, her
husband tells of her experience with this great medicine for
women. He writes: "My wife was afflicted with womanly
troubles for twelve years. She suffered great pain in her
side and back, for two weeks at a time. We called in a
doctor, our family physician for many years, and it was after
his treatments all failed that she decided to
The Woman's Tonic
She is now up and strong again, and rosy as a twenty
one year old girl When we began the treatment, she
weighed 135 pounds but now she weighs 182 pounds.
She says nothing is so good as Cardui for female troubles."
or For more than half a century, sick women have been
using Cardui, and letters similar to Mr. Church's have been
' pouring in, with their message of gratitude. Each year, the
number of women who use Cardul has increased Cardui
is not an experiment-it's a medicine of established merit.
Ite Then try it and get rid of your troubles.
t Why delay? Get it from your druggist today.
DAISY FLY KILLER p. n"?T~!
fWI @flI N4salm
be- ' Sew tUBL
HousehOld R rnedy
Taken in the Spring for Years,
hiold r1tendy lii ourh 'is 10114
eata rmtinwmhr. tI hae taket i1, ;I
+i'" in, for Ieveral vettrt. It` "Ihaw "')
e i tI o eai oIii ; the blot. il l t
heilttltI tht huinor, that aecufulil i,
uIly( th1 \Int(. ing a fiiarier ot c
,ose(d to .',ad weathler. my s83t len I i '"'n
iilutced. anid I nften takoe lIotd
',a illwiI rcwh lt g t."
od1' `sar.a arlla itt Nei'li t to I'-'I.
S:et it tolda in liU;al lifi,1 f.:t)
"hvoot ed taij tr cta1lled Sarsatabs.
McCANE'S DETECTIVE AGENCY
Houston. Teaas operate- the largest force rd
competent detectives in the South. they rendre
wrtitten opinioiU i0 cae not handled by cb.~
Prompt Relief --Permaent Carl
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DE iFIANCE Cold Water Starch
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,. Ianple kA. L. HU'NTI,, c .KI-,
W.N. U., HOUSTON, NO. 17-1911.