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LONG SICKNESS yinJl To Lydia E. Pih. bamn's Vegetable Compound. Pat, Ind.:-"I suffered for foua rs from organic infammation, female weakness, pain and rregulars. ties. The pains in my sides were in creased by wadling or standnlg on my feet ad I ad such awful bearing down feelings, was de paresed in spirits and became thin anad pale witdllheay eyes. Ihadsixdoe t n wbhoam I received only tempo sipsL I decided to give Lydia E. ' ' Vegetable Compound a fair a lsthetSanative Wash. I have dj the ro medies for four months otexpress my thanks for what " M done for me. Vf ie lines will be of any benefit is, my permsson to publish "-lMrs. SADi WIANs, 4655 Stgst, Elkhart Indians. "91 3 Plnkham's Vegetable Com trom nativerootsandherbs, a nearotic or harmful drugs, h-s- the record of being the assse l remedy for female ills .r and thousands of volmtary on file in the Plnkhai at 4n, Mass., seem to fet. have the slightest doubt E. Ptnkha 's Vegeta. nkhas1e cleCo. )Lyn,Mass., for ad Tear letter will be opened, answered by a womIam, In strict coafideace. GIN NOW - Le not decided upon what prIing Medicine to take, try i M !sroui the liver a r. r .awes or MEASMIE, I Pisll , u per desiringa toh advertisedilatacal. imatism, Sprains kache, Neuralgia eY., da eu, thts good tad TI pls- Lu zy back i Uall B m-I mever a sw woek us -s kk o's llmeat." o oth e s e ae o1111 a B ooe I t tsIRaeked is a· l 7 Bekd mmmc i.r war n xt o yera sad SIMENT ied Iey on Libemrl TnSa . ts and Planters who handle Correspondence solicited. h" Ms. wruif U r±s.. e b.. Lfia . And many a toothless person l. dulges in biting sarcasm. Red Cross Ball Blue makes the laundress happy, makes clothes whiter than snow All good grocers. Adv. The Great Divide. Bob-There is some difference be tween genius and talent. Tom-Merely a weekly envelope. Dr. Pierre's Pellets, small, sugar-coated, easy to take as candy, regulate and invig orate stomach, liver and bowels. Do not 3, grape. Adv. i Nothing Doing. a "So you demanded an apology. Well, i- and what happened?" g "The supply wasn't equal to the de 7 mand." h The Reason. Cause and Effect-"lt must be great a to be a man! One dress euit lasts for d years and years, and a woman must 7 have a new gown for every party." } "That's why one dress suit lasts a man for years and years."-Judge. Skill. Son (a golf enthusiast)-You must acknowledge, father, that it requires a great deal of skill to drive a ball a hundred yards b Old Farmer-Shucks! It doesn't re quire half as much skill as it does to drive a pig 50 feet. King George in France. During the visit of King George and s Queen Mary to Paris his majesty will be present at the annual spring review of the Paris garrison on April 22. The review will be held, as in previous a years, at Vincennes. The review is generally held in March, but out of t compliment to King George it has been delayed this year. DRINK LOTS OF WATER TO FLUSH THE KIDNEYS Eat Less Meat and Take Salts for Backache or Bladder Trouble Ieutraliae Acids. t Uric acid in meat excites the kid neys, they become overworked; get sluggish, ache, and feel like lumps of lead. The urine becomes cloudy; the bladder is Irritated, and you may be obliged to seek relief two or three times during the night. When the kid-. neys clog you must help them flush off the body's urinous waste or you'll be a real sick perpon shortly. At first you feel a dull misery in the kidney region, you suffer from backache, sick headache, dizziness, stomach gets sour, tongue coated and you feel rheumatic twinges when the weather Is bad. Eat less meat, drink'lots of water; also get from any pharmacist four ounces of Jad Salts; take a table spoonful in a gla4etf water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This fa mous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon Juice, combined with lithia, and has been used for generations to clean clogged kidneys and stimulate them to normal activity, also to neutralize the acids in urine, so it no longer is a source of irrita" ts., ths ending bladder weakness. Jad Salts is inexpensive, cannot In jure; makes a delightful effervescent lithia-water drink which everyone should take now and then to keep the kidneys clean and active. Druggists here say they sell lots of Jad Salts to folks who believe in overcoming kid ney trouble while it is only trouble. Adv. Hard Luck. Two New Yorkers of some experi ence in travel other than by the rapid transit lines of the metropolis were telling hard-luck stories. "About the worst I ever got up against," said one, "was buying from a Connecticut Yankee what was repre sented to be a pullet, and by gravy! it turned out to be a hen so old she couldn't lay fresh eggs." "Hard lines, hard lines!" sighed the other, who had a red nose. "But think of me being marooned for a whole month in a Kansas town which was so teetotally temperance that even the cows had gone dry at the last elec I ton!" PISTOL IN MOUTH REMOVES HIS SMILE Hotel Clerk Takes It Seriously When Money, Watch and Stranger Disappear. Chicago.-Bruce Clark. clerk at a hotel in East Eighteenth street. pressed lightly on the desk with his finger tips and assumed an air of polite expectancy when a baggageless but seemingly prosperous stranger ap proached him early the other morn Ing. Even when the stranger rudely shoved aside the pen offered to him. Clark was unruffled. "Thought you wished to register, sir," he apologized. "What else can I do for you, sir?" "Now you're talking." said the visi tor. "Fork over!" He took two large revolvers from his pockets and aimed both of them at Clark's right eye. "Ha. ha! Very good. very good!" laughed the affable clerk. "I wish ./ Aimed Both of Them at Clark. I could keep my face straight like that." "It you laugh any more I'm going to kill you." earnestly remarked the man with the revolvers, shoving one of the guns into Clark's open mouth "Now try keeping your face straight!" Clark tried and succeeded admir ably, for he had a sudden hunch the stranger wasn't Joking. He was surer than ever after $7 and a watch which had been in his pockets went into the other's and the man, the watch, the revolvers and the $7 left. KILL A WOUNDED PRISONER Two New Jersey Policemen Capture Mortally Injured "Burglar" and End His Sufferings. West Orange, N, J.-Two policemen captured a burglar the other night. feound the culprlt had been mortally wounded, and killed him to end his sufferings. Returning to his home on Valley Road at midnight Thorwald Jensen, an Edison works employe, heard strange noises on the second floor. So did his wife and she fled with her child. Jensen took a gun from a closet and started up the stairs. But a crash caused him to retire for second thought. Four policemen arrived. summoned by Mrs. Jensen. Two waited outside while two others en tered. They went up the stairs and heard these strange noises. Draw --g their revolvers they shouted: "Surrender, or wel fire!" No answer came, so the two blue coats rushed into the pitch dark room. A blow from an unseen source knocked off Patrolman O'Connor's hat. As he swung his revolver It caught in his coat and was discharged. Just then the other policemen found the push button and switched on a flood of electric light They looked around. They saw nobody. Yet pictures lay on the floor, flung from the walls. The policemen stared around again and the mystery was solved. Perched on a chiftonler was a wild duck. It had flown into the room in the storm and had imprisoned itself by knocking ever the stick which propped up the window. O'Connor's bullet had struck the duck on the leg. It was kiled uas an act of mercy. PICKS POCKET WHILE KISSING Italian Thief Employee Novel Ruse to Plunder American in Rome. Rome.--Dr. John P'rancs Harle's pocket was picked in the Plaza Des pagna as he emerged from a bank where he had cashed a check for $160. In relating his experience to the police Doctor Hurle said that what surprised him wU the way the thief accom plished his purpose. "He embraced me and tried to kis me on both cheeks in the true Italian ashion," said the doctor. "I freed my self immediately, and the man apol ogised courteously, and apparently was sorry for the mistakeLa When he disappeared I discovered the loss of my wallet" Miss Booker sys she has other du ties outlined for Professor Tom, but does not wrish to divulge them until they have proved successful She is a strong advocate of the "parrot-Ln the-schoolroom" as a stimulus to punc tuality and studiousness, and declares the large red and green plumed bird is indispensable to her. Huge Old Lady Sear AlpIne, Teua-.-Wood Mendel em gaged in a huglin match with a mother bear, whose cub he killed. Meadel wm the better hutser and queesed the old lady bear to death. Alleged Burglar Outwit PeNe. Passaie, N. J.-The pollee wre un able to take the fLagerrts of Aled ith. arrested for burglary, beams he me m wMt made his esMmethiC unse. HIS MIND ON HIGHER THINGS Scholar Unable to Sit Down and Rea son Quietly on Matters of Everyday Life. A monument was recently unveiled to the memory of Henri Po.caire. the famous mathematician ,jd physicist. who was a cousin of cne president of France. The oc-aston recalls a story 3r two of his remarkable absent-mind edness. Almost every day Poincaire left his money lying about somewhere. Final ly his mother sewed his purse into the pocket of his coat. But one day. when he had dressed in a hotel, he put on his overcoat without the coat, and left that lying on a chair. Need less to say, he never saw the purse again. One evening he was looking in a closed bookcase for a manuscript. During the search he set the lamp on a shelf in the case, and in a moment of abstractioniclosed the door of the cabinet, and sat down in darkness. After he had pondered for a time on the disappearance of the light, he came to the conclusion that he had suddenly become blind. That seemed to him quite possible, since his eyes were weak, anyway, and he groaned at the thought of his deplorable con dition. Suddenly, to his surprise, a stream of light appeared coming from the adjoining room and he remarked. with much satisfaction: "My sight seems to have come back again." Not even then did he think of the lamp in the bookcase!-Youth's Companion. DOES ALL OF HER OWN WORK Ad is Clad to Do So, as She Was Died I tbis Pritiege For Two Year. Richmond. Ky.-Mrs. N. V. Willis, of this place, says: "I suffered for over three years with womanly trouble, and tried many different treatments, but none of them seemed to do me any good. I had almost given up to die, when a friend of mine begged me to try Cardui, the woman's tonic. I got a bottle, and began to feel a great deal better after the first few doses. I then got four bottles, and after tak ing these I was cured. I don't know what a female pain is now, do all of my work. eat anything I want, and feel like a 16 year old girl. I never expect to be without Cardul in my house as long as I live, as I firmly believe it saved my life, and I will praise it to all of my suffering lady friends." Cardui Is a purely vegetable remedy, containing no harmful mineral prod ucts. Its ingredients act in a helping, building way, on the womanly consti tution. It has been relieving woman ly troubles for over half a century, during which time it has proven of more than ordinary value as a tonic for weak women. You can rely on CarduL It will do for you what it has done for thou sands of others. Begin taking it today. .Ur- res r Leaser.Adsoff as HOW TO GET A NEW DRESS One Method That Is Practised Is to Jostle the Hotel Waiter's Elbow. Hotel men in this town have joined forces to discourage the woman who deliberately jostles the waiter so that he spills food on her dress and then claima damages therefor. According to a manager, one New York woman, says the Evening World of that city, visited five hotels on five successive evenings, and in each case caused a bowl of soup to be upeet over her gown. Hereafter, detectives will keep an eye on diners and note whether the waiter or the guest does the spilling. It used to be related of impecunious yfouang army oeers in London that when they hadn't the price of a meal they went to a swagger restaurant and toward the close of an elaborate dinner slipped a cockroach into the iee cream. Then, after a tremendous outcry, they marched indigumantly forth, followed by abject apologies from the proprietor-and, of course. not. a hint about paying for the din ner. If New York men descend to such tricks we rarely hear of it. But we grieve to note the subterfuge of a New York woman when she needs a new dress. All Equally Right-or Wroeng. Former President Taft told this lit tle story to illustrate the punssling character of a certain public question: "I feel about that question very much as the man did who came across a creek which, as some one told him, was called the Baskaschiqualle creek. He asked a resident of the neighbor hood how the spelled that name. the native said: 'Some spells it one way, and come spells it another, but in my judgment there ain't any correct way of spelling it.' "-Youth's Companion. CA8TORIA, a safe and sure reedy for nlaants and ehildre, aug me that it Bears the la Use ]hr o0r Childrm Cry for letobher's Cautourl His Title. "I want to know one thing." "What's that?" "If the king knighted a mensagerle and show manager, would they call him Sir Cuss?" Some men are so constituted that they will yield to mothing aeept tempn You ook Prp.ay O ~~-. tc Uric Acid is Slow Poison' Unseen in its approach, hard to de tect in its early stages, and cruelly painful in its later forms, uric acid poisoning is a disesqe too often fatal. Bright's disease is one of the final stages of uric acid poisoning. It kills in our country every year more men and women than any other ailment except two-consumption and pneu monia. Bright's disease and uric acid poisoning usually start in some kidney weakness that would not be hard to cure, it discovered early, so it is well to know the early signs of kidney dis ease and uric poisoning. When uric acid is formed too fast and the kidneys are weakened by a cold, or fever, by overwork, or by over indulgences, the acid collects, the blood gets impure and heavy, there is head ache. dizziness, heart palpitation, and a dull, heavy-headed, drowsy feeling with disturbances of the urine. Real torture begins when the uric acid forms into gravel or stone in the -idney, or crystallizes into jagged bits in the muscles, joints or on the nerve tobings. Then follow the awful pains of neuralgia, rheumatism, gout, sciat ica, neuritis, lumbago or kidney colic. 'When Your Back is Lame-Remember the Name' DOAN'S iKIEEY PLLS SoM bW al Daenes AI3 enca. F.-tsm, Co. AW, N V. Fopdido JESTS BROUGHT UP TO DATE Two That Have Their Origin in the Financial Problems That Con front the Housewife. From the cost of living two jests are evolved for us. The first is about a young couple who have discovered how to make both ends meet. They begin dinner with oxtail soup and end with head cheese. You'll have to study quite a while to get this one. The other is about another young couple who have tried to economize by "going back on the soil." Their ten acres and freedom was at the edge of a virgin forest. They lived on vege tables they raised-meat was too dear to be thought of. But one snowy day the husband took his gun and started for the woods. He had been gone two hours, when his wife heard his cheery shout. She rushed to the door-he was coming with the carcass of some creature he had slain. "Meat-meat at last!" he shouted. "What sort of meat?" she cried. "Venison !" She sank to the ground in a state of utter collapse. "We can't eat it!" she sobbed over and over again. "Ven ison is deer, too!"-Cleveland Plain Dealer. SAGE TEA AND SULPHUR DARKENS YOUR GRAY HAIR Leek Years Young'rl Try Grandmas Recipe of Sage and Sulphur and Nobody Will Know. Almost everyone knows that Sage Tea and Sulphur, properly compound ed, brings back the natural color and lustre to the hair when faded, streaked or gray; also ends dandruff, itching scalp and stops falling hair. Years ago the only way to get this mixture was to make it at home, which is mussy and troublesome. Nowadays we simply ask at any drug store for "Wyeth's Sage and Sul phur Hair Remedy." You will get a large bottle for about 50 cents. Every body uses this old, famous recipe, be cause no one can possibly tell that you darkened your hair, as it does it so naturally and evenly. You dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morn in the gray hair disappears, and after another application or two, your hair bee. mes beautifully dark, thick and glossy and you look years younger. -Adv. Buckle. Henry Thomas Buckle, author of the "Histody of Civilization in England," was born at Lee, England, in 1821, and died at Damascus, Syria, in 1862, hav ing just passed his fortieth year. Buckle was one of the sincerest lovers of truth that the world has ever known, and it may be said, with per fect accuracy, that he died for truth, having literally worn himself out searching for the ways and means of advancing its spread among men. No keener brain or purer soul than Buckle's was ever clothed in human form. FROM PARLOR TO BARN. From parlor to barn, among your plants, vegetables, cpttle, horses and hogs, also chickens, you will find Ross' "Dead Quick" Spray a dependable disinfectant and insecticide. It de stroys disease germs; it kills insects of every kind the moment applied. Sold by your druggist. W. C. Ross Manufacturing company, Little Rock, Ark.-Advt. Water for St. Petersburg. The city council of St. Petersburg is considering a measure appropriating $25,000,000 for a supply of pure water, to be drawn from Lake Ladoga, 40 miles away. On reaching the Ladoga pumping station the water will be driven into reservoirs and filters, whence it will flow through the pipes unaided to the capital and there dis tributed. The capacity of the works, which will be ready in 1920, is calcu lated for a population of 4,500,000. She Quieted Him. "Didn~t your husband storm when you showed him your milliners bill?" "I should say he did." "Well, what did you do?" "Oh, I showed him the dressmaker's bm and thean he wus speechless" Td/ 4 Slori i'l ~ pi I" \ "I don't know what ails me." A Century Ago. One hundred years ago saw the end of the Chatillon congress which had been endeavoring to settle upon terms of peace between France and the na tions allied against her. From the be ginning of the negotiations little hope had been entertained on either side that an agreement would be reached. Napoleon consented to give up Weet phalia. Holland and Spain, to rescre the pope of Rome and Ferdinan.l VII to Madrid. He agreed to rv up Malta to England. as well a r:,,t (, ! her colonial conquests. But ' re mained steadfast in claiming for France her natural limits, the Rhih. and the Alps. The plenipotentiaries. deciding that further discussion would be useless, declared the negotiations at an end, and the allied armies pre pared to resume their march on Paris. The Thieving Ear of Corn. Twelve ears of corn will plant an acre. If one of the planted ears hap pens to be "no good" there is a twelfth of an acre missing. An acre of corn may be worth thirty to forty dollars, so to discover a thieving ear is worth from two and a half to three and a half dollars. One can pick out the ears of poor germination at slight cost, if he will test his corn before be becomes rushed with spring work. And while about it reject the ears that although germinating do not send up strong, vigorous stalks. Lusty, vig orous young things grow surest into profit, whether they be pigs, lambs. colt or cornstalks.-Breeder's Ga zette. Saw Something, at Least. Two little English children had run away from home, drawn by the irre sistible attractions of a circus. "Oh, Mary, come here!" cried one, lying on the ground and raising the bottom of the large tent, "I see the 'orses' 'oofs." -The Delineator. If you wish beautiful, clear, white clothes, use Red Cross Ball Blue. At all good grocers. Adv. This is a free country, which may explain why the politicians always help themselves. Putnam Fadeless Dyes do not stain the kettle. Adv. Some people can't stand prosperity. Fortunately, they don't have to try very long. A mean man always measures the world by his own standard. Naaoor epNevbr J f jg A aaew of ft it h ay a eet halt Waea n ba boideode sa ltbu , fofrer for saMlto sratrealngth-to be hInt yu __nderoavie my supemIh.r the fact that it is iwho brig int the wori the ovilbag. yurefmaad OrDe >. bmW and helthy. Doa't Now It i ersar rom heaache.h, bacaenr numees, l rit, lack et ambition, or have lt an hop of well a mo thea an eveta chaee ta wpeleedyisy sga yoar health if yeu will rtr Dr. Plerce's Farte P -r T -i o semi lo e muudt eams et S(I Tam Met or Id benu n era gm v Raise moSre hay Applcato oto soo pounds o Mriaeof Ptash per acre should be made every spring. Even that don y over half the . Ptash take a Raise more hayy. forte eeds or prices. We t sell any am t you ond, providend youp. nppt les sent the meo rithe book of ertili ser co an d direction. ble AppiGERMAN ALs to tRnS, faeure. P 4. 42e s d bssew. New er pring. Ee n tht do Write usr fr priesn ntWe all any t iion hloa Sem-pound Mla u. Let usend yo [ It is but a further step to dropsy at Bright's disease. Be warned by backache, by sediment in the k idney secretions. by painfu l,scla or too frequent passages. Cure the weak" ened kidnevs. U'se Dan's Kidney Pills - a lei'iinte made just for weak kid neys. that has tien proved good in year (f use., in thousn.ds f eases---the edy that is rettmtllentnded by grateful users from, coast to coiast. SCREAMED ALOUD In Au y WitA Awful Kidnry Aidmeaf Mrs (f'lra Itrasch. 2(n N ltth St.. Lezing ton. Mo. Isys My whol. systeln was filled with uric acid poison. I had t. rrile. sharp, shooting pains In nIy htead and sometimes I was ., dizzy. I staggered and nearly fell The polsoning aff*,"ot,'d my whole body and my hands, arms, limbs and ankles were swol. len and sore. The pains got so bad I screamed and I thought I would die. I was n. rvous and languid and at times I had blinding spells Remedies and physiciaV' pr. strliptlons did me no good. In 1911 I heard of I)oan's Kidney Pills and had some Ieprocur., for me. After I had taken them a few days. the soreness and pain began to . ase up and I felt a little stronger. In al m,,st no time. I was up and around, In good health lnan's Kidney Pills purified my a h,n.. syat, m and there is no doubt that they saved m life. Sanct I iwas cred. I have Ad further tru"n1." 1ia Qualityr Largel Varielr GILT EDGF drlpo ayad ii. .bw ia -ý. 7l= a OIL Blaci d pabl u ad a dbei bim, shines without rfu b 2. , "'rench (.loss." Ik. STAR seabatin afor dmr ad pab.Mhl -tim h e e . as bem. 10c. "'I andy" ze 25c. "QUICK WHITE" (me liquid form wuak sges) BABY ELITE eades for amadem w ar WbY in i leek A I Ra... carn a w IdOL .. Pdm witbe g w dmt. l0. U pew dýul.r dam ame eId sime war ..aI eedmu.' unsurId ee" a w rrTibO cbhn.OS. C lO. " tee, to ,stIep I 34 eAs. arribletrinq It in A * tOns.on IHunt's Cues fsf0 gocu WW.lam or an N. beh DiWs N. 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