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.tJ Me et etre is ELIMINA
SPOISOl 9 fm year body.
en *e7 am live to bee hundred
: . "when l the
the secr body
ad the ieya They Alter, and
bleed, al of which blood
S .ie hrWd them Dae every three
i f. them elmsa and In
ansd y enuditim ant you have
.fe to ar. Drive the pelsonous
_ _s and deadl uric acid accumula
jl .ryu 7 5tem. Take IOLD
.s mre . Ol Capselee an d.
an imported dirct rom the labor.
asu been wed by the strd Dutch for
ever 200 years. ad has helped them
dto itoone of the stroagest
ad rthit resof the world. Get
them from yoar drggist. Do not take
a substitute. In sealel pacage
Couldn't See It.
Fortune Teller (rending cards)-]"You
have money coming to you, but no slek
aess whatever." Client-"That's slngu
lar! I'm the new doctor across the
Cutiour Soothes Baby Rashes.
That Itch and burn with hot baths
at Caticura Soap followed by gentle
snoatilnga of Cuticura Ointmeat.
Nothing better, purer, sweeter, espe
dalily it a little of the fragrant Ctl
eura Talcum is dusted ae at the 5&
bh. ~ce each everywhere--Adv.
"What is that songeand-dance team
supposed to be doing?"
"I believe they call their sketch 'A
Night In Vealne.'"
"Thanks. These poor Venetians
must have some awful nights."-Bir
lmsuetaoMt o Iesr
hamine eelly ever bottle of
CASTORIA. that temam old remedy
tar liefasts ant childre.and see that It
h Use for Over 8 Tears.
Children Cry for Fetcher's Castori
The expected may happen une:z
is as adacti r
appema c that vryton
admirs. Allgood grocers
Sea it; S cents a pckage.
Let UATOmNIC the. welr u ode
eMrnah hee adl seoe eat ee te emee
e aseewerr sadther Otemas w rtea
w· · W abe ala wmOe ea l eaY M
Is: "We I ad 3ATONIC. I emM met
e at eat wthet helha* right as e
ea s. I have o at ed a ht et tresleb
o mue the ge tsU ."
. Graow sedere, ae toe follow i
ew aeMdaemaho to ueslteted Ciral et
es-er. Ihestalasai seaseatol eatrUth"
eat e the etenae -thsa are eoti a
- ge e the mae' damemes estea earned hr
eb6 mer Carrh et o the iematU
es 11 res steta wates: "I had eetwarr
" the teeah tsr 11 Ues yeers sad I aeve
ad samihi a to d aUt wo--J
he * at .L.
ien aree st fetee gemt. right-lkas
sat an , athem ead m de e aow weari
0to teats the teeo--4ry EATONIC
, #e see ew mek btter rea will teel tn
_ 1all d1eMs41 bez for $0e "ad
gem me basp a weare mnet andlse.
a~g e h ltih aw nd
deem wheh I had
mad ~ . .
IrS I·2:cr;·~·5 a·~a5~~iJY ~·
times, buttis realhi al photograph, atnappwedl fro th see fihtn topohe naioa S. m.aOklhoma. showyng thlae at Buap iedt
ph for wab edingedrl by whie adorniang therails 3cen bemr Theen thesbeddingno the salrnxoed tchie ofrteh bir.a o
ties bt: Fitt:v:: .is: really a pht; ah 7ý:pe fro th >gtn toAfteU;.8 kao asoigte"o ie
SAM.~ ~~iim J
tor I~- -
Atfrtglneti mgtse t ersetacmufae ashpetrigte"ane oe drn a
tiebti I elyapotgah npedfo h ihtn o fte .S .Olhoa hwn he"os ie
upfr bdin rll"wil drnn terilcnbese tebddn f h sios xoedt hefeh .r
PHIUPPINE SCOUTS' RIFLE TEAM
It This is the team of picked marksmen from the Philippine Sceuts brought
e from the islands to take part In the national rifle matches at Caldwell. N. J.
AUTO TIRES SALVAGED IN FRANCE
I- - r
One of the lfirst photogrnlph retelvttl in the o 'nif d Strates showind g pile
of auttomolble· ol:d antotrtwk tilres salvag:ed fr-om tlh A. I.:. F. Mulch of this
nanterlal. diseerrdtil as unfit fo"r further service. has gilts ne· into tile ha:txds of the
liquidation cruurll.sn on for s::le.
i Centipede a Fly Killer. Deadly Enemy of Mosquito.
Smon in the United St:ates Scatl- r (wt firm to eight inches long. Though
gero foreceps. was t rewprtcd over 'quit e imonllmatc t natlr aelnies itsellf.
twenty of the frst otors hvong ri thenit lestr.ys nitl mstute showing n It
lofhts to mbile in hutotr Ilik. Later s rannva -e. n In the A. E. F. rimet of throf.is
an obseral dserhcl a unfit fon furn thre ! A. c r.('ha :n i of the ro ~ttn rof thel
at of aenturpede a Fbutt-lly muchlKller.rl .Deadly Enle if Mosquito. may
al oarger than tworelf. The Inse es c tc tl 'onrt ;Nof uito nitrv:l in 4 hours.
remon in cone nited String he lay uttn- wt h ; tilll as mt nchs lore. Thisuh
Sgero foreceps. ows rortc or quitew frames orh ll cr: r ntrny' e panie intself
- twenty elrie a.cln us devotingl the It desl strn ms where no itin its
hts to kn hou es. Later o nd t rint of Prof.
on observer decclel one in the A. C. (h:ndler. of the Oreem Airlcul
bid. its naereesm appendages. could exist.
te suitors expuneu to tue rrs en r.
OLDEST MARINE IN SERVICE -
jSergt. . J. Ober has re-enlisted In
SJ. the United States marine corps for the
eighth time-signifying over 31 years
of active service, a record which en
titles him to the distinction of being
the oldest marine In the service. He
has been on duty in every port ain the
world, and was for a time stationed in
the Philippines and China. Sergeant e
Ober is now stationed in Washington
in the omce of Secretary of Navy Dan
lels. " .
Postmaster General Burleson said I
at a Washington reception: I
"Some of the complaints and at
tacks that the post of e hears re
minds me Irresistibly of the chap t
who went trout fishing. I
"This chap returnedl empty-handed
from his trip, and his wife said to him
in some surprise: I
" 'Didn't yon catch any trout at all, I
S"'Oh, yes,' said he. 'I caught 25
fine, large trou, but they were stolen,
from me on the train.'
"'Well, never mind, George.' said his
wife. 'You've brought home a brand
new tiah story, anyhow.'"
Subeditor?-Nothing doing in the
news line today.
pile 1BEitor-All right. Put a pair of
this :trousers on the office e't. photogralph
the him. and we'll run i special on the
oldest living man in the town.
Most Famous Chinese Dish.
Whnt ha:s been consideredl by Or!
Pa- entanl epicures :is the daintlest d!sh in
ix n China,. the bird;' nest. is the prodlu(t
aIgh of the sen sawallow. which ·onstructs
self. its nest of a golatinous substance
its taken from sea m:;oss. The Chinese
'rof. method of pre.paring the nests for thle
ical- tatle ls to so:k thta and hIoll them
may i In mill; until they are very tender.
ars. Then they are pluhe,' in elear soup
"his and are rendy for mlsc. On hlis trip
in nto China. (Genernal Grant was much
esfeted, and one of the dishes set be.
fore him was the birds' nest.
SORTING HOPPER IS USEFUL an
Machine Saes Much Tedious Work
and Sorts Berries and Vegeta- el
bies Satiactorily. a
Berries and small vegetables bring t(
highest market prices when sorted ac- va
cording to quality and size. Ordina- is
rlly this is done by band. A sorting ne
hopper of the design illustrated saves uF
er sesml ye
surhae t us r s elt
bastks I . b se
Werk That Would Keep Several Per.
sans Buy tfor Hours is Aoccompiah.
od io a Few Minutes by the Machlas
much tedious work and sorts the prod
uct satisfactorily. The frame Is built
the same as an ordinary sacreen, the
back and sides being 8-lnch boards.
It should be about 3 feet wide at the
large end, and tapered to 15 inches.
This forms a frame somewhat the
shape of a crude rowboat. The jog
gle cam should be made of hardwood.
while the slatted bottom may be of o
any material available. The distance N.
between the slats is determined by ao
the product to be sifted. Trning the
crank rapidly vibrates the slatted see
tion up and down, separating the lage
and small fruits and running them in
to different barrels.-L. B. Robbins,
Harwich. Massachusetts, in Popular
GROWING ORCHARD ON FARMS
To Insure Continuous Supply of Fruit
New Tress Shuld Be Planted
edEvery Few Years.
0_ y C. W. RAPP, Department of Horti
culture. Oklahoma A. and M. College.
- A growlng orchard should be found
ea every farm. Tbough most farms
have an orchard of some kind, the
trees, unless young, are constantly dy
mg. An orchard is made like an army
In time of war. Each tree is a fighter.
The battle of the orchard is against
nature-dry weather, disease, Insects,
high winds, and old age. These com
blned factors are battling against the
orchard and there are losses.
The life of the average Oklahoma
orchard is not long, and unless the dp
tag trees are replaced the necessary
fruit must be purchased. Many dead
and dying orchards may now be seen
throughout the state. In order to
guard agalnst such a condition, a few
new trees should be started every
few years. This Insres a contnuous
supply of fruit and some healthy,
rewlag treean There should be an
blank rles the home orchard.
BERRIES READY FOR MARKET j
Raspherries and *lahckerries Mold
Very Quidly Unle GiveOn
If the air is elase and humid and
you do not expect to start for market
uatll the next moranl g, it is better not
to crate the ruaspberries and blackber- a
ies until you are ready b start. Both
fritt mold very quickly aunless there
ed In is good wealatiom t
led a Duchess pear Is one of the stroan
geant eat growrlg dwarfs. a
ngton * 0 0
Dan- It is a poor farm that cannot if- '
ford a strawberry patch.
Do not send oat your apples or pears
said n a shoddy barrel or box. Tou loe n
money every time you do It. i
d at- 000 U
Se It is well worth while to go to comn
chap iderable pains to set fruit trees to
straight lines Ln al directions.
anded ' 5
o blm Gooseberries do not require severe
pruning but are benefited by removing
it all, the old broken or diseased canes.
ht One great mistake In the manage
stolen meat of dwarf pear tree is la not
heading back the top branches.
brand In removing a largle branch as much
care as possible should be xercised
to remove it with as little injury to
the tree as possible.
t Neglect of the orchard Is never all
r of harvested the first year. Its results go
on for a number of years. and always
Sto the diminishing of the pockethbook's
Never use manure In contact with
the roots of vines or trees. A good
fertilizer on top of the ground will do
tructs No use to plant bush-fruit in poor
tance ground. It should be plowed deeply,
inese thoroughly worked up with good sta
or the ble manure before bushes are set out.
them e .
endr. Every fruit grower should have a
Su business office, it it is no more than
s trip part of a desk. Here should be kept
much all records, accounts, orders and ref
et b- erenee boolzs.
Calomel Today! Sick Tomorrow!
I Guarantee Dodson's Liver Tone
Don't take nasty, dangerous calomel when bil1
constipated, headachy. Listen to met
Calomel makes you sick; you lose a
day's work. Calomel is quicksilver
and it salivates; calorr.el injures your
If you are bilious, feel lazy, slug
gish and all knocked out, if your bow
els are constipated and your head
aches or stomach is sour, just take a
spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver
Tone instead of using sickening, sali
vating calomel. Dodson's Liver Tone
is real liver medicine. You'll know It
next morning because you will wake
up feeling fine, your liver will be work
ing, your headache and dizziness gone.
your stomach will be sweet and bow
els regular. You will feel like work
Ing. You'll be cheerful; full of vigor
Your druggist or dealer sells you a
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone for a
Slnley--I hope you won't mind if I
bring a couple of friends home to din
ner tonight, my dear?
Mrs. Smiley-Oh. no: that is better
than being brought home by a couple'
ot friends after dinner.
Steam may be a good servant hut It
occasionally blows up its master.
TO TREAT OlRSE COLIC
No Drmea - A C.IM Cm GWvo I
Oa raetmeky *tf. Co., Inc. Padde. R.y
Choice bis of eal, creamery buer and fres
so give Libby's Val Loat its delicate, appetizs
flavor. Order a package from your grocer tod.
Lab, MiNl, a& Ibby, Ch
Libby, MININil &c Libb Cbicaw
MARRIED IN BATHING SUITS
Ceremony Certainly Saved Bride and
Groom Considerable Expense in
The funniest wedding I ever ew
was when camping last summer, writes
a correspondent of the Chicago Trib
une. A girl friend and her father
were there and she met a young man
whom she grew fond of in a short
time. One night he naked her father
for her hand, but father objected be
cause of the short acquaintance. The
next morning the couple met and
planned to elope. but somehow father
"got wise." so this was spoiled. When
swimming that afternoon, they met
again and the girl happened to men
tion that her father had gone to the
village and would not return until eve
ning. The boy said: "This is our
time." A nrnlster was on the shore
and they went to him and asked to be
married at once. The ceremony was
performed on the bench. the couple
attired In their bathing suits.
Keep Electric Fan Busy.
An electric fan properly placed in an
open doorway or window will quickly
case away the flies and mosquitoes
and doubtless scatter the mischlef.
l'ride has hbut two setimnns-t- for.
ward spring and :in early fall.
war s npring s i :an eParIy Tu. 1ai I.r ....."
0 is a notorious knocker
of ilL-health! TRYIT,
It contains the vital
a- mineral elements
all the nutriment of-
wheat and barley.
es a few cents under my perml
iver tee that it will clean yeo
our liver better than nasty
won't make you sick and jy_
lug- anything you want without
ow- rated. Your druggist
lead each spoonful ill start Ie.
e clean your bowels and
iver up by morning or you get yet
=li back. Children gladly take
oe Liver Tone because it is p
SIke lag and doesn't gripe or
k make them sick.
one. I am selling millions of
ow. Dlodson's Liver Tone to
ark- have found that this plea%
igor table liver medicine takes the
dangerous calomel. Buy one
an a my sound, reliable guarsnats
ir a your druggist about me.-Ad- ,
Slam at the Gentlep,
if I "if u ":tas any' ho-'nuf
lin- mmerma:id." said l'n'le ]Ebel l
hI'nman I;adlies would git
tter drown deirse'fs tryin' to imalt"
FOR SUMMER co.
t it Nothing gives quicker
It is harmless, and aim
Nervous Headache quickly,
superficial inflammation in -
Try it for Mumps, Hay FevB ,
If you cannot buy It
for a Free Sample, and AgeaM'
or send 50e stamps for 2 25e
E. W. VACHER, Inc, Ne
.IC First Yegg-Money is pl
, Secondl Yegg--So is cops;
u, d usle?
Exit DieWltsi <
No more sticky plates ad
dishes dried on dishtowi .
These are two of the
which the Y. M. C. A. t
for home assistants Is
school was started i a
demand for home
new domestic service pl
come into the central ki
ment bureau. Witis t11
months t500 calls for bla
have come in, and 110 bha1I
"There should nen t
plate after the hone
Ihbed the course" UMis
White, placement *4*cr7.
girls are taught how to
soda prenarntlon for
box, the kitchen clouets. eW.
to clean a sink and a
so that it shines.
"Dishe.m are never dri
towel. but always scade a
to dry without a mtr
You Know Wih i4
ily)--"h, slhe's all rligt."
We li't (clire how w Is
his wife c:ni prlove in fie
Ih s a .ix-eylinder hidiot.
Jap Merchants in
Of the :lpl'lxitlaelytC
ese in the Phtillppinl,
to be meric'hlnts.