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Pills are unlikeall oth
er laxatives or cathar
tics. They coax the
liver into aotivity by
gentle methods, they
do not scour; they do
not gripe; they do not
weaken; but they do
stant all the secretions
of the liver and stom
ach in a way that soon
puts these organs in a
healthy oondition and
to the stomach, liver and
Borte instead of weaken;
blood instead of impover
t enable the stomach to get all
ft rom food that is put into
110sc ali All Druggists.
RED BY UGLY
J5oc Jar Cured it.
Md., Nov. 6, 1912.-"My little
taken with a very small
l4Vback of her hand. It grew
her more trouble. When
Wtatch it, it would bleed and
ly looking, so I doctored it
ahout a year, and at last it
. both knees, and when she
-p bed she would scratch, and
.tv and suffered so from the
-st I took her to our doctor,
-wided Resinol Soap and Ree
with first application
'.umples and after the first
it. itching and inflammation
sad I kept it up night and
$ by the time the sample was
ad very little, so I got a
Sad before that. was half
b had entirely disappear
rg. Maude Schmechel, 271
tan say of Resinol equals
gach as Mrs. Schmechel. say
m suffering frem itching.
troubles, pimples, black
chapped face and hands,
stubborn sores, or piles, it
gpothing'to try Resinol Oint
l Just send to Dept. 19-K,
Co., Baltimore, Md., for a
- t each. Sold by all drug
TU A JI X Give quick s
Sehf. usually remove swel
aborl breath in a few days and
is 15-4days, trial treatment
I . 8Imaoss. eDa.4atisa,Qa.
t papa to buy a
bother is a little stif
umatism, you know,
so sorry to see her
h broom that I always
r in the fruit busi
put that idea into
io me for a walk
et Mr. Jones, and
ot. was peaches,
CAPTAIN SCOTT AND
TRREE OTHERS PERISI
IN SOUTH POLE BLIZZARD AFTEF
REACHING THE GOAL-DIED
ON RETURN TRIP.
RACHEDO POLE JANUARY 18, 191
Some Noted Scientists Are Amon;
Those Who Died With Explorer.
News Brought to World by the
Terre Nova, Scott's Vessel.
Oamaru, New 7.al:and.-Captain
Robert F. Scott and four o,f his party
were ove'rwhelhmed by a blizzal d on
their return from the South Pole.
They reached the South P'ule on the
lSth of January, 1912.
The date of Captain Scott's attain
ment of the South I'ol(, January 18,
1912, shows that he reach'ed tilt, goal
of his exp,, ctation almo't exactly one
month aftur C.tptail t alid .\illniud
son, the Norwegian explorer. Ca;p
tain Amut.ndsen's report sent to Klilg
lianakn of Norway read:
"l'ole attained l.th-17th December,
1911. All well."
The news of the appallirg disaster
which befell Captain Scott and his
comlpaltions Was brought to Uamaru
by a signalled tnessage, from the
Terra Nova, the vessel which had
carried the exidorer and his expcdli
tion to the Antarctic and which late
last year went once again to the
south to bring him and his compan
The total number of deaths involved
int the calamity is believed to be 66
scientists and sailors.
Captain Scott's party reached the
exact point where lhbud .\mundsen
planted the Norwegian flag at the
They found there the hut con
structt d and left behind by Amund
These facts were recorded In the
documents found on the bodies of
the dead explorers when they were
The searching party found captain
and dead men in a tent on Novem
The Dead Are.
Captain Robert Falcon Scott.
Dr. E. A. Wilson, chief of the scien
Captain L. E. G. Oates, Inniskilling
Lieutenant HI. R. Bowers, Royal
Indian Marine service.
Petty Officer E. Evans, Royal
London.-News reached the woru
Tuesday that Captain Robert F. Scott,
the explorer, and an unknown num
ber of companions perished in the
Antarctic while on their return jour
ney from the South Pole.
They reached their goal on Janu
ary 18, 1912, about a month after Cap
tain Raold Amundsen, the Norwegian,
had ,planted a flag of his country
Then they turned back toward the
basis they had formed on their out
ward journey, but were overtaken,
overwhelmed and destroyed by a bliz
News of the death of the explorers
was brought to civilization Tuesday
by the captain of the Terra Nova, the
ship which had taken Scott's expedi
tion to the south and which had gone
again to bring them back after the ac
complishment of their task.
A searching expedition recovered
the bodies and records of the party.
Those With Captain Scott.
The principal memlers of the expe
dition, besldes Captain Scott, were:
Lieutenant G. Evans, R. N., second
in command; Dr. E. A. Wilson, chiet
f the scientific staff, zoologist and
trtist; Lieutenant V. L. A. Campbell,
R. N., leader of -the eastern party;
Lieutenant H. L. L. Pennell, R. N.,
nagnetic and meteorological work;
Lieutenant H. E. De P. Pennick, R.
S., the western party; Lieutenant H.
R. Bowers, West Indian. marine en
fineer; Lieutenant E. Wiley, R. N.,
turgeon; G. M. Leyick, R. N., physi
:ian and zoologist; E. L. Atkinison, R.
.., surgeon, bacteriologist, parasitolo
ist; F. R. H. Drake, R. N., secretary;
3. H. Meares, in charge of ponies and
logs for the western party; .Captain
.. E. G. Oates, InniskliMng Dragoons,
n charge of poules and dogs; Dr. O.
:. Simpson, physicist of the western
rarty; T. Griffith Taylor, geplogiet,
Equipment Was Good.
London.-The expedition under Cap
an Scott was the best equipped that
iad ever been assumed for such an
They sailed from Port Chalmers,
tear Christ Church, N. £., on Noveit
er 29, 1910. The Terra Nova made
lirect south into Rbsi sea. -aily in
lanuary, 1911, she forced her way into
lIcMurdo Sound, where winter quar
ers were established on Cape Evans.
Captain Scott had with him 20 Si.
erian ponies, 30 dogs and two motor
"I've made a great discovery, papa."
"Well, what is it?"
"I've found out that the heavy end
of a match is the light end."
ECZEMA BEGAN BY ITCHING
Goldsboro, N. C.-"My daughter suf
fered from eczema. The trouble be
gan in the ears by itching and run
ning water, and later it formed pus
and became very offensive. She began
to scratch it and it went into sores.
When the scabs came off there was
a yellowish watery discharge. The
outside of the ear was one solid sore.
She tried' several different remedies
but received no relief. She had been
troubled with it between one and two
years when she finally began using
Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment.
"She had not made but two treat
ments when all the scabs came off and
the flesh just looked very red and
dry. She kept up the treatment four
or five weeks and she was entirely
cured. It also cured other sores on
the children, especial4y chapped feet
on one of the little boys." (Signed)
Mrs. W. H. Edgerton, Jan. 24, 1912.
Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free, with 82-p. Skin Book. Address
post-card "Cutioura, Dept. L, Boston."
At the Studio.
A motor stopped in front of the
e photographer's, and a woman lack
- ing none of the artificial accessories
deemed necessary to "looks," entered
i- the studio.
A couple of days later the photogra
, pher submitted proofs for her ap
"Not one of those pictures looks
e anything like me," the woman in
The photographer tried in every.
way to pacify her, but finding this an
impossibility, lost oontrol of his tem
y "Madam!" he exclaimed, "did you
e read my sign?"
"Well! It does not say 'cleaning,
dyeing and remodeling.' It says 'por
aOne at a Time.
She--When we are married, dear,
I must have three servants.
Me-Certainly, darling. But try to
Skeep each as. long as possible.--St.
SLouis Post. .
TO DRIVEAONiT ULLTLA TA YST
hLske the Old '. ndard GItOV's TAbiTMLJCSS
CHILL TOrle. You know what you are takn.
The formul Is plainlJ prtinted on every boe.
showing its mply Qulnie and Iron in a astee
form. and the moset effectual form. h( grown
people a ehllldren, M cmnts
"Dlggs can dash off epigrama with
out a moment's thought."
'iThat's just the way they sound."
the Antiseptic powder to be shaken into the
shoes for tired, aching feet. It takes the sting
out of come and bunione and makes walking
a delight. Sold everywhere, Sc. Reftue sub
stltutes. For FREE trial. package, addrees A.
5. Olnated, Le Roy, N. Y. Adv.
It is far better to make your mark
in the world than it is to be an easy
ITCH Reilawed i. 0Minaute
Woolford's Saulary Lotion for all hids of
oessaguons Itch At Diugglato. Adv.
Art may be lon1g but it's different
roth most artists.
BUT SHE DID NOT VISIT HIM
Little Chance That Voice-Culture Stu
dent Attempted to Gratify Old
Patiently the old gentleman had
been sitting through the ordeal of
hearing the voice-culture student in
the hall bedroom below lracticing
with a zeal which left no room for crit
icism, but with a talent by no means
so kindly desribod.
Finally he crept down the stairs
and rapped at the door of the young
"I can't come in." he said in re
sponse to an invitation, "but I simply
came to tell you of a friend of mine
who would. I know, he willing to pay
almost any amount of money to hear
Overwhelmed with joy the young
woman begged the kind old gentleman
to write his friend's name and address
on a piece of paper.
When he had gone upstairs she
looked at the slip of paper which he
had handed back to her inscribed r ,d
neatly folded. It read: "John W.
Jones, Asylum for the Deaf."
Puller's earth, so named from its
earinest use in fulling wool, is a
rather rare, soft, friable rock whose
valth depends altogether on its tex
ture and its filtering and absorbent
properties. It has no definite compo
sition, mineralogically, its physical
properties rather than a chemical an
alysis determining' its commercial
value. Fuller's " earth was first pro
duced in the United States in the
The love of money is the easiest
of all roots to cultivate.
!TLFS CURED IN 6 TO 4 DiAYS.
Yenrdruggsat will refiund tuun,.l if I'AZO OINT
ILt.NT falls to cure any case of Itching, Blind,
Bleeding or Piotruding Piles in 6 o 14 anys. We.
When a merchant "assigns" he gen
erally assigns the wrong reasorn for it
Are You Subject
Here is a Simple Way of Cor
recting it Instan ty Beaf re
it Becomes Chronic.
Very few people go through ?fe
without some time or other being
troubled with constipation. Thousatnds
injure themselves by the use ot
strong cathartics, salt mineral wa
ters, pills and similar things. They
have temporary value in some oases,
it is true, but the good effect is soon
lost, and the more one takes of them
the less effective they become.
A physic or purgative is seldom.
necessary, and much better and mnor
permanent results qan be obtained
by using a scientific remedy like Dr.
C'aldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It does not
hide blhind a high sounding name, MRS. G. B. PRUITT
but is what it is represented to be,
a mild laxative medicine. It is so ed to the needs of every member of
mild that thousands of mothers give the family. It is pleasant-tasting.
it to tiny infants, and yet it is so com- mild and non-griping. Unlike harsh
pounded, and contains such definite physics it works gradually and in a
ingredients that it will hove equally very brief time the stomach and
good effect when used by a person bowel muscles are tr:ained to do their
suffering from the worst chronic con- work naturally again, when all medli
stipation. In fact, among the great- cines can be dispensed with.
est endoPawers of Syrup Pep~i are You can obtain a bottle at any drug
elderly people who have s7ffered for store for fifty cents or one dollar. The
years and found nothing to benefit latter size Is usually bought by faom
them until they took Syrup Pepsin. ilde who already know its Value. R
It is a fact that millions of t~rnitlie sults are always guaranteed or money
have Syvrup Pensin constantly In the will be refund'd.
house, homles like those of Mrs. G. B. If no member of your family has
Pruitt, Perea, Ky.. who usral Di. Cald- ever used Syrup Pepsin and you
well's Syrup Pepsin as a laxative would like to make a personal trial
tonic. Mrs. Pruitt writes that it so of it before buying it in the regular
strengthened and cleansed her aystem way of a drungist, send your address
th'it she was ouickly relieved of a se- -a postal will do(-to Dr. W.; B. Cald
vere covgh which had troubb-d her well, 203 Washington St., Monticello,
for months. The special value of this Ill., and a free sample bottle will be
grand lIxative tonic is that it is suit- mailed you.
be aldled very asells. The sick are curod. and all others la
aaa stabbet no mratt..r how "exlose.:."_~ept from having the dll
Sthe' . or in Ifeud. Are.un thhe, thlo and expels bert ms
S*,tfwom of dIstmlr. 5-"t aNedly vi.e ir ko il fo I.reaI In foal
"" i eboitl"e ,i1 rantruito lr trv,ý rase. :a,? . ti'1ia twt .iie; g and
pý" L I fl.t uer l, Ctat sho.ts how t1 plol! ! v tl . Our freIe
. . kl( viryre rrthblnR. local aea ,cen aWut. Largeet .elllg
r remedrly to exlhtenoe-twelve year
SPOHN MIOSCAL CO., ce.e.tadBateriegikt. Coshenr indq I. , A.
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ataste of the
e of the corn
a dish of
& qty bits
4k at any
, or milk,
SUCCESS one's phy
No man or woman can do their best
work if troubled with aweak stomach
or torpd hver. Don't be careless.
Golden Medical Discovery
omotes the flow of digestive juices,
Invigoratee the liver and purifee and
enriches the blood. It makes men
and women strong in body and
ctivoe in mind.
Ask Your Druggist
MIlllUHlluIlllUIllUIIIUI IgllifllIgUllll "
OF PUBLIC APPROVAL
and all forms of
I]Ilnr Tl1A ' " 1ý r arnnrr e
learned that they can roll for them
selves better cigarettes from
.than any ready-made cigarettes money can buy.
(FORTY "ROIJNGS" IN EACJI S-CBtfT MUSIN SACK)
Here are figures every smoker should know:
10 ordinary ready-mAe cigarettes cost . . 5 cents
10 better ready-made cigarettes cost . .. 10 cents
10 more expensive ready-made cigarettes cost . 25 cents
40 of the very bestposiblecigarettes, rolled 5
from one muslin sack of "Bull" Durham, cost cents
WHY PAY MORE!
"Bull" Durham is smoked by more millions
. cigarette, than all
other high- grade
A booA of "papfrs" free
with each Se mprin each
SNO I o ,
G Udtone." ANrdreiator PUee r0, O )
"Did they have motor cars in those ora do. .r mor Pre w JGe.
days, Gad?" *n at 4 do.ormor Parcte Fe good s aw.
pla R~cords in so lan stan .te"
: + I*f , - 8. 0 3... ,"..
Stealtng away from bad comlala y cs money c1by
0ustifoable larcent. vDery bes03 paib cuirto
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