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It is an old saying that if the stom
ach is sound the whole body is safe.
because so much depends upon the
proper working of the stonmach.Many
persons find themselves with a dis.
order of the stomach which pro
duces dyspepsia or a peculiar state of
If you suffer from both stomach trouble
and constipation you are on the way to a
very serlous disease. From just such con
ditions come appendicitis, rhetnmatism.
skin dliseases and shnilar disorders, be
cause the waste matter that should have
been dlspeilloi from the system through
the bowels has found its way into the
blood and vitiated it. What is needed at
this point is not simply a violent cathar
tic tablet or salt, which usually does more
harm than good, but a gentle laxative
tunicl like l)r. ('allwell's Syrup Pepsin,
which peopl' have been iusing for these
ailments for nearly a quarter of a cen
tury. It curedl J. ('. Lanham, of Warrens
burg, Mo., of stolach trouble of long
standing, also William Voll, of '.t03 Ellison
St.. Loui;sville. Ky., who had the trouble
for tifteen years.
However, if you have stomach trouble
you want to know f1ronm personal experi
ence what Dr. ('aldwell's Syrup Pepsin
will do for you. If so. snsel your name to
the doctor and a freec trial bottle will be
sent you. You are urged to send for the
free bottle, as the results from it will be
the best recommendation of l)r. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin. Then you will do as
over two million people did last year-go
to your druggist andt buy a r-etular bottle
at 50 cents or $1, according to the size you
prefer. We could mention hundreds and
hundreds of families who are niever with
out it. Youll can never tell when
some member of the family will need
a laxative, and then no time should
be lost taking Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
If there is anything about
your ailment that you don't
understand, or if you want
any medical advice, write
to the doctor, and he will
answer you fully. There is
no charge for this service.
The address is Dr. W. B.
Caldwell. 201 Caldwell bldg.,
NEVER SAY DIE,
She-But if you have completely
cured Mrs. Tooter, you have done
away with one of your most lucrative
sources of income.
The Doctor-Ah, but I'll present her
with my bill, and then Ill have to
treat her for nervous prostration.
Certainty Convenience Economy
Never has there been known a case
where Mitchell's Eye Salve has not
given notable relief. A pure harmless
salve for application to the surface
of the eye lids; the simplest of meth
ods with wonderful results. The price
25 cents places It within reach of all.
All druggists sell it.
"Why should I be married in a dress
"For taro reasons. It's fashionable,
sad then you'll have a dress suit"
-For Colds and Gripp-Capudlne.
The best remedy for Gripp and Colds is
Hicks' Cagudine. Relieves the aching and
feverishness. Cures the cold--Headaches
also. It's Liquid-Effects lmmediately--10,
I and 50o at Drug 8tores.
Women Brick Worker.
Prussia's brick yards employ nearly
Gdiner, Male.--"I have been a
t'saserrs from ortganle troubles
bave to go to the
hospital for an
cold not bear to
think ofi Ide.
tidsd to tryLe
ncured after three
bi s, of them."-Mrs. 8. A.
WF. P. D. No 14, Box 89,
-ooa b should submit to a surgi
a o tion, which mean death,
ntl she baaitenas L Ei nklrham'a
egetabl Com made exclusiveo.
l .m roots and r a fair trial
This famouS medicine for women
has for Mthre. provedto be the
oost valtbl ando renewer of
tIsemale orgaS Women resMi
twIn a ever erity aid town in
ji. the wonderful virtue of Lydia
'01kb a egetable Compound.
It cures female l and createis radi.
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're il fr yot eowa sake aU weell as
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A DAY LABORER RULES PARIS
Emil Pataud, Head of Electrician's
Trade Union, Has the City
at His Mercy.
Paris.-Emil Pataud, the absolute
ruler and despotic governor of the
Paris electrician's trade union, is the
most hated, the most feared, the most
beloved and the most talked of man in
Pataud, the workingmen's king, is
short and stocky, with muscles of iron.
His manner is abrupt, his voice is em
phatic and cold; the bulldog is written
all over his heavy features. He sits
t Emil Pataud at His Desk.
t enthroned in his little private room at
Sthe headquarters of the union, more in
3 accessible than the president of the
French republic. After ascending a
narrow, dark staircase, you are met at
the door at the top of the landing by
a man who gruffly inquires your mis
sion. If your answer satisfies him you
are ushered into another room; not, as
you expect, to meet the great man,
but to be challenged by another at
tendant. Again you are severely
questioned, and if the object of your
visit meets with this second attend
ant's approval, you are shown into a
little ofice which opens into the pri
vate room of the director.
Pataud jumped into prominence in
1907 when he startled Paris by plun
ging the gaily lighted city into utter
darkness. The pride of Paris--her
boulevards-took on the appearance
of country streets and their grandeur
and magnificence were made gro
tesque by hastily devised means of
lighting. After a short experience of
this inconyenience the authorities
yielded to Pataud's demands.
In June last he made another at
tempt, but the previous lesson was
still fresh in the minds of the authori
ties and they quickly acceded to his
demands. By this time, however, many
hotels, clubs, shops and newspaper of
igces, realizing their inability to cope
Swith a man who, by a word, could
plunge the entire city in darkness,
planned to place themselves beyond
his autocratic control. They provided
themselves with electric lighting
plants of their own, and rested con
tent, believing that so far as they were
concerned they were safe. Nonunion
men were placed in charge of the
plants and the proprietors were in a
position to defy Pataud.
t Pataud was born in a small town
outside Paris in 1869. His parents
Swere poor and his early life was full of
privations. He had little or no school.
ing and was put to work while still
Syoung. His parents selected the trade
of bricklaying for him, but he pre
! ferred electricity and entered an elec
trical shop. While yet a boy he organ.
ized the employes and as their spokes
man secured better pay and shorter
hours from their employer. News of
his success spread rapidly among the
workmen of Paris and five years ago
he was made the ruler of the electri
cian's trade union.
A MEMORIAL TO ROOSEVELT.
Design for Statue of Ex-President
to Be Erected in North
Bismarck, N. D.-Theodore Roose
Svelt's life for two years on a North
Design for Statue to Roosevelt.
Dakota ranch is to be commemorated
Sby a rue to be erected within the
state, t~h design for which is shown
. :here. The statue has been designed
n by Gustav Vlgeland, a noted European
j* sculptor, and accepted by the commit
a tee of the Roosevelt Monument asso-'
elation, of which J. H. Worst of the
A Agicultural College of North Dakota
is president and H. O. Fjelde of Abero
crombe is secretary. It is proposed to
erect the statue at some place where
a it will be seen generally by young peo
;l ple. The accepted design for the'
monument is the committee's choice
- of four sketches submitted by Mr.
| Vigeland. In these sketches, the
sculptor says, he has tried only to
give the idea of the line along which
1 he will finish the statue.
I A Trifle Uncertain.
" Little Jean's parents were enthusiaa
" tic bridge-players, and Jean was more
o* or less familiar with the sight of
cards. At Sunday school onie day the
teacher had been giving a talk on
a David. Finally she held up a little col.
a cred print of David dressed in royal
C robes, and asked: "What child can tell
m we who this is?" Out of the silence
piped little Jean's voice: "I think it's
a lding but it may be a jack!"
The trouble with the family skela
tknm tthat it is never as dead an it
AN INTERESTING PAINT TEST
There is a very simple and interest
Ing chemical test by which to detect
impurity in paint materials. Thou.
sands and thousands of people, all over
the country, are making this test. It c
is a sure way to safeguard against
the many adulterated white leads
which are on the market. Any one
can make the test-all that is needed
is a simple little instrument which
may be had free by writing National
Lead Company, 1902 Trinity Building,
New York, and asking for House.
owner's Painting Outfit No. 49.
The cutfit includes also a set of color
schemes for exterior or interior paint.
ing, or both, if you wish, and a book
of specifications. No houseowner
should make any arrangements for
painting till he gets this outfit.
One can't expect a satisfactory paint
ing job without pure white lead. There
is a way to make sure you're getting a
pure white lead-without testing it. See
that the keg bears National Lead Com
pany's famous Dutch Boy Painter trade.
mark, which is a positive guaarntee of
purity. Your dealer probably has
this white lead. If not let National
Lead Company know.
KNEW HIS SON.
Prodigal Son-Father, I have re
Father-Yes, gol dern ye. I thought
you'd show up about the time the pret
ty summer boarders began to arrive
at the farm!
ECZEMA COVERED HIM.
Itching Torture Was Beyond Words-.
Slept Only from Sheer Exhaustion
-Relieved in 24 Hours and
Cured by Cuticura in a Month.
"I'am seventy-seven years old, and
some years ago I was taken with ec
zema from head to foot. I was sick
for six months and what I suffered
tongue could not tell. I could not
sleep day or night because of that a
dreadful itching; when I did sleep it 4
was from sheer exhaustion. I was
one mass of irritation; it was even in I
my scalp. The doctor's medicine 1
i seemed to make me worse and I was
almost out of my mind. I got a
set of the Cuticura Soap, Ointment and
Resolvent. I used them persistently 4
for twenty-four hours. That night I
slept like an infant, the first solid
I night's sleep I had had for six months.
In a month I was cured. W. Harrison I
I Smith, Mt. Kisco, N. Y., Feb. 3, 1908."
I totter Drug a Chem, Corp., Sole Props, Boston.
Not His Business.
"Pow'ful fertile country daoun theh
In Texas," said the colonel. "Yes, seh!
Why, seh, I know spots daoun theh
where the trees grow so close togetheh
that you-all couldn't shove youh hand
between theh trunks. And game, seh!
Why, seh, I've seen Fehglnyuh deeah
in those same forests with antlehs
eight feet spread! Yes, seh!"
At this point some meddlesome idiot
Sasked the colonel how such deer ever
Smanaged to get their antlers between
such tree trunks.
"Thet, seh," said the colonel, draw
ing himself up with squelching dig
nity, "is thieh business!"--Everybody's
Shiloh Church to Be Repuilt.
An effort is being made to build a
suitable memorial church on the site
of the original Shiloh church, on Shi
loh battlefield, now one of the most
attractive of military parks. It was
on this very spot the bloody battle of
I Shiloh was begun on the morning of
April 6, 1862. It is the purpose to
build a memorial church to cost not
less than $10,000. The names of all
contributors will be recorded in a
Spermanent register and kept on ex
hibition in the ghurch, which will be
open to visitors and tourists.
Work of Fish Hatcheries.
As the result of special effortb Is
the hatchery work during the year
the output of fish and eggs in 1908 was
greater than ever before in the history
of the national bureau, reaching a to
tal of 2,871,456,280. Of this numbear
2,413,809,225 were young fish distrib
uted for the stocking and restocking
of public and private waters, and the
remainng 457,647,055 were eggs de
livered to state and foreign hatcheries.
The output of young fish exceeds the
greatest previous record for any one
year by 376,000,000.
Food Did It.
After using laxative and cathartic
medicines from childhood a case of
Ichronic and apparently incurable con.
I stipation yielded to the scientific food,
O Grape-Nuts, in a'few days.
S"From early childhood I suffered
3 with such terrible constipation that I
had to use laxatives continuously go
Sing from one drug to another and sub
B fering more or less all the time.
S"A prominent physician whom I con'
suited told me the muscles of the di
Sgestive organs were partially par
e alyzed and could not perform their
Swork without help of some kind, so I
e have tried at different times about
B every laxative and cathartic known,
but found no Ielp that was at all per
B manent. I had finally become discour
D aged and had given my case up as
Shopeless when I began to use the pre
digested food, Grape-Nuts.
"Although I had not expected this
food to help my trouble, to my great
'surprise Gype-Nuts digested imme
Sdiately from the first and in a few
Sdays I was convinced that this was
a just what my system needed.
"The bowels performed their fune
I tions regularly and I am now com
Spletely and permanently cured of this
S "Truly the power of scientific food
muast be unlimited." "There's a
Read"The Road to WeUille," in pkga.
I' Evo veead the above letter? A mew
Seae appeev from time to time. Thes
awe emulee t mat .fll of humas
da m ent
By a Public Off;cial--County Treasurer
of Granbury, Texas.
A. A. Perkins, County Treasurer of
Granbury, Hood Co., Texas, says:
"Years ago a severe
TlahAs~ fall injured my kid
neys. From that time I
was bothered with a
chronic lame back and
disordered action of
the kidneys helped to
make life miserable
for me. A friend sug
gested my using
Dean's Kidney Pills.
which I did, with the
most gratifying re
sults. I made a pub
lic statement at the time, recommend
ing Doan's Kidney Pills, and am glad
to confirm that statement now."
Sold by all dealers, 50 cents .a box.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
While work on a new building was
going on in a southern town not long
ago an old negro emloyed as a hod
carrier suddenly slipped while near
ing the third story and plunged head
long to the ground. Several passers
by rushed over expecting to find a
man dead with a broken neck, as the
old fellow had struck squarely on the
top of his head. Finding the old man
still alive some one emptied the con
tents of a whisky bottle down his
throat. In a few moments the old
negro sat up and looked around.
"How do you feel now, uncle?"
asked a bystander kindly.
"Well, sah," came the reply, "I wuz
sorter cornfused when I tust started,
but now dat I's hit I's all right!"
Eyes Are Relieved By Murine
when Irritated by Chalk Dust and Eye
Strain, incident to the average School
Room. A recent Census of New York
City reveals the fact that in that City
alone 17,928 School Children needed Eye
Care. Why not try Murinc Eye Remedy
for Red, Weak, Weary, Watery Eyes,
Granulation, Pink Eye and Eye Strain?
Murine Doesn't Smart: Soothes Eye Pain.
Is Compounded by Experienced Physi
cians: Contains no Injurious or Prohibit
ed Drugs. Try Murine for Your Eye
Troubles; You Will Like Murine. Try It
in Baby's Eyes for Scaly Eyelids. Drug
gists Sell Murine at 500. The Murine Eye
Remedy Co., Chicago, Will Send You In
teresting Eye Books Free.
Fattest French Soldiers.
Occasionally our Paris contemporar
Iles entertain their readers with an ac
count of the tallest and the shortest
conscript. Now a journal has gone
one better and discovered the fat
I test recruit in the French army, who
has been found at Corbeil. This hon
orable distinction belongs to M. La
verdit, the son of a merchant in the lo
cality. The young man turns the scale
at 268 pounds, avoirdupois, or rather
over 19 stone.
STAT or OHIo CITrrY Or TOLEDO .
FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath that he is senit
partner of the firm of F. J. CHENEY & Co.. doing
sines in the City of Toledo. County and State
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every
case of CATAHRR that cannot be cured by the use of
HAtu's CATARRH CURE.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence,
this 6th day of December, A. D., 1886.
A. W. GLEASON.
SEAL } NoTARY PUBLIC.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Send for testlmonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists. 7ie.
Take all'a Family Pills for constIpation.
Gardens with Schools.
The school-garden idea has been re
markably developed in San Antonio,
Tex., which is said to have more
gardens attached to its schools than
any other place of its size in the
world. There are 949 of these culti
Svated plots attached to the 29 schools,
the gardens varying from one-tenth to
one-quarter of an acre.
Rough on Rats, unbeatable exterminator
Rough on Hen Lice, Nest Powder, 25c.
I Rough on Bedbugs, Powder orLiq'd, 25c.
Rough on Fleas, Powder or Liquid, 25.
Rough on Moth and Ants, Powder, 25c.
Rough on Skeeters, agreeable tonse,25c.
E. S. Wells, Chemist, Jersey City, N. J.
Nothing But the Truth.
Attorney (much baffled by the an
swers of an Irish witness)-Well,
you're a nice sort of a fellow, you are!
The Witness-Shure, an' I'd say the
saIe of you, sir, only I'm on me oath.
Use Allen's Foot-Ease.
SIt is the only relief for Swollen Smart
I Ing, Tired, Aching, Hot, Sweating Feet,
Corns and Bunione. Ask for Allen's Foot
I Ease, a powder to be shaken into the
Sshoes. Cures while you walk. At all Drug
gists and Shoe Stores, 25c. Don't accept
any substitute: Sample sent. FREE. Ad
r dress, Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y.
"Miss 'Adele has such a mobile
"Yes, I have noticed at times its
For Headache Try Hicks' Capudine.
Whether from Colds, Heat, Stomach or
Nervous troubles, tihe aches are speedily
relieved by Capudine. It's Liquid-pleas
ant to take-Effects immediately. 10, 25
and 50c at Drug Stores.
STwo of a Kind.
"Yes," said the farmer, "I get my
living from the soil."
"Same here," rejoined the washlady.
The way Hamlins Wizard Oil soothes
and allays all aches, pains, soreness, swell
Iing and inflammation is a surprise and
delight to the afflicted. It is simply great
to relieve all kinds of pain.
The man who has only himself to
please finds sooner or later, and prob
ably sooner -than later, that he has
got a v.ery hard master.-Swift.
SSend postcard request to-day for sam
t ple package of Garfield Tea, Nature's herb
remedy for constipation, liver and kidney
diseases. Garfield Tea Co., Brooklyn, N. .
Some men are content not to do
mean actions, I want to become in
Scapable of a mean thought or feeling.
SSORE EYES, weak, infimed, red, watery
t and swollen eyes, use PETTIT'S EYE
SSALVE, 25e. All druggists or Howard
r Bros., Buffalo, N. Y.
That it is necessary for a man to
drink liquor is a theory that will not
uso.OSU of thes. u*h. 1puly, gyry heirs. le "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER.O PRICE, $1.00, retail.
Hewitt-I've been pinuched for mon
Jewitt-Well, women have different
ways of getting it. My wife kisses
me when she wants any.
A CURE FOR FITS.
The Treatment Is to Accomplish
What Science Has Been Strug
gling to Attain for Centuries.
The inten-e interest that has been Inani
fested throughout the country by the won
derful cures tlhat Iare heing accomnplished
daily by elilepticide still cunti nes. It is
really surpl,ri-ing the va-t number of peo
ple who have a'ready been cured of tits
and nervousne-s. In oirer that everybody
may have a chance to test the medicine.
large trial bottles, valuable literature. His
tory of Epilepsy and testimonials, will be
sent by mail absolutely free to all who
write to the Dr. May Laboratory, 518
Pearl Street, New York City.
Coaxing the Brute.
Eve had given Adam the apple.
"I suppose," she mused as she con
structed the fig leaf suit, "after this
I'll always have to feed him to get a
Subsequent developments confirmed
The Burnt Child.
Stern Parent-Bobby, I thought I
told you to order that trunk sent
around right away, all ready to use.
The trunk has come, but there is no
"Well, pa, I told the man he needn't
mind sending the strap."
t 1 CASTORIA
For rnfants and Children.
The Kind You Have
ALCOHOL-3 PER CENT AW 0gt
AVegetable Preparation forAs
similating ltheFoodandRfeula- Beans the
ring the Stomachs ardBowe's of
ness and Rest.Contains neither O
OpiumMorphine nor Mineral
NoT NARC OTIC
Ror,tor .fOtd.SAZm'ErA R
w'rse $.e d
; Oid irpora! iIrr
SAperfect Remedy forConstlpa. Use
tion. Sour StomachDiarrhoea,
ness and LOSS OF SLEEP.,
?Ic Simile Signature off
"HE CENTAUR COMPAIY,\ as
k B,ranteed under the
t Copy of Wr m mr ..-,.,, m,,,,.p.
A Rural Telephone
. should be installed in e
- . the home of every ea
farmer in the South, because:
It keeps you in touch with the
at doctor. It enables you to watch
the market. It brings you closer to your friends. It runs
your errands. It protects your homrne.
Western "Bell" Telephones are the
Our Free Bulletin No. 107 on
How to Build Rural Telephone Lines
tells how you and your neighbors can, by cutting your own poles, secure
all the rest of the material necessary to build the very best system at a cost
of about one-half bale of cotton each.
Cut out this advertisement, write your
nane and address on the margin, and mail
at once to our nearest house, so that we can
send you a copy of the 'bulletin.T
Atltnts KseCty En Uturer.Thereare oer Chicago Pittsbueg
Dall n aia t Louis n u nh Jt a iAngs eles 8~tLake City
Indianapolis Savannah 3lpett] S lptlIty iew York aBen Fancisco
fl fgPimples, Itching Humors, Rheumatism, Blood
the blood and then purities it-sending a flood of pure r ih blood diret l o thres,in
surface, Bones, Joints and wherever the disease I located In th eumwa lsm
*, ~ *Ulcers, Pimples, Eruptions are healed &Wl cured, pains an aches of Rhealthyism
U.B .B Pim les (tlr~iwrst PoisnE m Bones Pains. e hlty
,cease, swellings subside. B. B. B. completely changes a. B. b . B cares the
condition, giving the skin the rich, red hue of pe arfect Drug health B udires theions
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is here-Dilstemper among the
A wise man never boasts of his wis- C orn Planting horse y be near al, o
dom. He leaves that to his press hores are foaling-Distempe
.may take some of them-corn planting may be late if your horses
agent have Distemper.
Wlulo. wsi..lo.. .loothlnl S. .. SPOHN'S DISTEMPER CURE
For childrea teething, softens the at r, reduoes I reventive-0c sd
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much needless pain when they delay using Cardui
for their female troubles. Cardui has been found to
relieve headache, backache, pain in the side and diz
ziness, arising from deranged organs. It does more
than relieve,-if used persistently,-xmany have writ
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It Will Help You
Mrs. Maxwell Johnson, Tampa, Fla., writes: "Cardui cured
me after doctors and everything else had failed. I had bhctn suffer
ing with numb spells ever since I was 1G years old. Oni dlay I
decided to take Cardui. I have now taken 5 bottles and I caln say
that it has cured me. I advise all suffering women to give Cardui
a long and fair trial."
Mrs. Johnson suffered years. Have you? Do you wish to?
But why suffer at all? Take Cardui. Give it a fair trial.
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HOOPER MEDICINE CO., Dallas, Texas.
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in the purchase of
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Tomorrow A. M. too late. Take
a CASCARET at bed time; get
up in the morning feeling fine and
dandy. No need f sickness
from over-eating and drink.
ing. They surely work while you
eep and help nature belp you.
Millions take them and keep welL
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in the world. MAllion boacs a moth.
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giveslmmediate relif. Solfdby nil sur
gltcal instrument dealers an leading
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THE HASTINGS & MelNTOSH TRUSS CO..,
912 WalnutSt.. Philadelphia, Pa.,
manufacturers of trusses and
sole makers of the Genuine
stamped "McIntosh" Supporter.
FOR We will lake from any Good Photo
A HALFTONE ENGRAVING
Size ten square inches or less, to
print in Newspaper or on Sta
tionery. Portrait, Building,
--- Landscape, Live Stock or any
subject you may select. This
paper will do the printing for you.
Western NeuspaDer Union, Little Reek. Ark.
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