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A Woman's Diplomacy.
It was the 'hicago nian's turn, and
be told this ,'nle:
"fiplo:mar", you know, is a re.mark
able ag ntI. 'Th- :ir day a lady sail
to her h hband:
"'.Jan::, I have decided to do with
out a new fall dress, and vwith he
lno;l'-y it would cost I shall haivt
lother here': for a nice long visit.
".Jlai s lturneid on her excitedly.
'What. wear that old brow'n cloth thintg
another ;se;ason'n I guess Inot' he ex
clainuld vehenontlly. 'You go right
down to your tailor s to-day and order
onalthi ng handsome. itemim l.wr,
please, that as lily wife yout have a cer
tain position to maintain'
"'The ~ if bowed her head in slub
lission. On hlir lips Ilayed a peculiar
smile .- Lip zincrtt's Ja aine.
\"What belle of the season do you
flnd most attractive''
"Thi dinner bIll."
Prompt Relief--Permanent Cure
LIVER PILLS never
fail. Purely veget
ble-act urel CARTERS
but gently onL
the liver. ITTLE
Stop er IV ER
gestion- improve the completion - brighten
the eyes. Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price
GENUINE must bear signature :
Accidents Will Happen
And when they do-they hurt.
HUNT'S LIGHTNING OIL Is the
one instantaneous relief and cure
for all wounds, bruises, sores,
cuts, sprains and abrasions of the
sakin. It forms an artifielal skin
covering, excludes the air In
stantly, stops pain at once. There
are many oils, but none like
HUNT'S. The action is different,
and the effect as well.
* - HUNT'S - -
Always have it In the house.
Take It with you when you
travel-you never can tell when
HUNT'S LIGHTNING OIL may
be most needed. 25 cents and 50
For Sale by Druggists
A. B. RICHARDS MEDICINE CO., Sherman, Texas
Cl.eases and beautifies the hair.
Promotes a luxourian growth.
Never pails to Bestore Gray
Hair to Its Youthful Color.
Curm scalp diseases a hair falling,
An immediate relief for Hoaraeness, Coughs, Sort
Throat, Bronchlal and Asthmatic Troubles. An
article of spraio merit, absolutely free from any
Price, 25 cents, 50 cents and $1.00 per box.
Sample mailed on request.
ONIr . BOWN & ON, Bn s.
- 0 CASTO RIA
For Infants and Chidren.
Tha Kind You Have
P lR Always Bought
ALCOHOL-3 PER CENT A ays Bought
A\egetable Preparation forAs
ig he Stomachs and Bowees ofth
Opium,Morphine nor Mineral
NOT NAR C OTIC.
I wor aroid a&SAmU a'nA
R~J & ,t 0t, e/s $ 'II114
/s. S ..d
Aire ?fed .
Oz. C/ortd dL nor
Aperfect Remedy forConstipa $ e
lion. Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea,
Worms ,Convulsions ,Feverish
ness and Loss OF SLEEP. For V
FacSimile Signature of
"" Thirty Years
THE CENTAUR COMPANY*\
. ted c nde of VAIppA ,,, ~. . IIM I.
The RAYO LAMP is a hi gh~de lamp, old at a low pice.
Ter are lamp that cost more, but thereis no better lamp at any
price. The Burner, the Wick, the Chimney.Holder--all am
vital things in a lamp: these parts of the RAYO LAMP ae
perfectly constructed and there is nothing known in the art of
lmp-makingthat could add to the value of the RAYO as
alight-giving device. Suitable for any room in any house.
Eery dealer everywhere. If not at yours,*write
fordescriptive circular to the nearest Agency of the
lYE STANDARD OIL COMPANY
W E DAND USE DRUSS, AND HOW TO CURE THEM
OUR NEW BOOK TELLS ALL ABOUT IT,
SENT SEALED, FREE, ADDRESS
THEL_.. INSTITL 702 PARK AVENUE, HOT SPRITS, ATKAISAS
SMART MAN LEFT PONDERING
For Once He Had Asked Question
and Received Answer That
1 l ,v. . a i'r' ;i' pat uon oL t'he ro's.
taLurant. 'erhaps that i.; why lihe felt
jtustititied ill I making c'hv'er rem:larks to
the \ aitress(s, retmarks which they
were llz,,iod how to answer. One
day. Hio(t..er, thei sa;itliest and tiniest
il'l hIt plieneld to Le servinlg this irri
11t imil custol . a;lid it fill to her to
aria: et' hirm; in kind.
' I'll havt e soii ' s-tak, Ih' said, coin
inkg in late for dinntLer, "and some
squt. al and l(l 5n- 2ot Y(0i0e baked po
rtater's, fin e, brown, la:tkd potatoe,?"
r fl*in k(d l(otact(os ae all o\ver," said
I1e le(anl'd back in his chair and
gI tz.ed aLt ler qluizzi,'alliy.
'itak<,d otaator's all i'e')'. are they?"
hc, re 'pela'ted. "All ovor what :"
"WVith." she re'!!id, ,-,inply.-Youtil's
( ' ( ) ,l . O il.
CHANCE FOR BARGAIN.
rFor Sale Cheap-Aeroplane-Owner
No Further Use.
All Tired Out.
Do you feel dull, c,tcasiotal:ly-out of
sorts? H[eadacIhes andt I)izziness' The
fault i:s tith,.r with your stomnaclh or your
liverl. Tlhe s st, ure and easy way to get(
rid of tither trotuble is t, t1ake NA.V'URliE'S
REMEDl;IY. Take an Nit Tablet to night
it will sweeten the stomuach and regulate
the liver. kidneys and bowels. Easy-sure
to act. Get a :5'e Box,. The A. IL. Lewis
Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo.
"This," remarked Mr. ('ane, "is my
iphotograph with my two French
poodles. You recognize mle?"
"I think so," said Miss Softee. "You
are the one with the hat on, are you
Pa's Sleepy Day.
"Pa, what do you go to church for?"
'\\ ay-er-to listen to the sermon,
"That's what I go for, but I can't
hear it 'cause you breathe so heavy."
For Colds and Gripp-Capudine.
The best remedy for Gripp and Colds is
Hicks' Capudin'. Relieves the atching and
feverishness. ('Lure the cold-Hteadaches
also. It's Liquid-Effects Immediately-10,
25 and 50c at Drug Stores.
The old proverbs depend largely on
the point of view. For instance, you
can't convince a mouse that a black
cat brings good luck.
ONLY ONE "R(ROMO (ININE."
That is IAXA'TIVE' IiltuOM(t tLININE . look for
the, signature, of E. W. G(;()V E. ised the World
over to Cure a Cold in One HLay. 25c.
Money talks in spite of the fact
that lots of men want to keep it quiet.
" DON'T .NEGLECT THAT COUGH
It certainly r,.'ks youlr s~ystll antld aIlly run Into
,lni'?th'ln steriouus. .4l I's I.,tnu Itualtuairn will che'k
it quickly and ptrminanently. For .saat at ll druggists
Most of a man's friends are of the
2 SAIL WAGON HERE
W!nd to Propel New Vehicle
IMade In Germany.
Department of Commerce and Labor
;t at Washington Interested in Idea
i- Which May Appeal to Fancy
) of Sportsmen.
S Washington.- The sail-wagon has
e arrived. It is chaperoned by the Unit.
ed States department of commerce
and labor. Mechanical experiments,
pneumatic tires, ball bearings and
good reads have paved the way for it.
The idea was "made in Germany," and
the department of commerce and la
bor is showing the photograph repro
duced on this page as proof of the
s actual progress of the idea beyond the
The sail-wagon was talked of as
much as the steam wagon in the early
days of the horseless carriage, and
both alike promised but little in the
way of practical usefulness. But now
that the smooth and hard road, the
ball bearing, the pneumatic tire and
other improvements have arrived,
conditions have so changed that the
land sailboat is coming into view
The German inventor has patented
a simple and usable four-wheeler. It
makes good progress over roads of
the modern kind and over such sandy
stretches as the sea beaches afford. It
is a very light vehicle and its steer
ing apparatus is novel and effective.
The four wheels are well separated
[ as in the automobile, and arranged
diamond-fashion, one at the fore, one
on each side, and one at the rear. The
peculiarity is in the connection of
these wheels with one another. There
is a rigid connection between the rear
wheel and the right side wheel, also
between the front wheel and the
wheel at the left side. Then these
two bars are joined to each other by
means of a cross-bar or axle, but the
connection is not rigid, but is made
by a hinged attachment.
The rider mounts to a saddle and
rests his feet on this cross-bar or
transverse axle. He steers by pres
sure upon this bar, thus altering at
The German Sail Wagon. t
will and instantly the relation of the
wheels to the main axis of the frame
work. The whole frame is very light,
supporting merely the saddle and the
mast for the sail, and this device by
which the steering is done by the feet i
leaves the hands free to manage the
sail or to use the brake.
The United States consul at Chem
nitz, Thomas H. Norton, who sends
the facts about this new vehicle, says
"the wLole device has a certain light
ness ad elegance which will appeal r
probably at first to the lover of sport. o
Contests of speed will involve but lit- ,
tle of the danger accompanying com
petition with cycles or automobiles, a
but will afford play rather for the t
quickness and deftness required of the f
'mariner' in utilizing to the utmost ,
the surrounding atmospheric condi- e
What the new sail-power motor may p
accomplish in the climbing of hills h
and off the level stretches upon which t
It will make of course its greatest h
demonstration of speed Is not stated a
but the consul does send word that ,
the vehicle promises to be of con- ,
siderable use on smooth roads in fiat p
regions. As yet the four-wheeled boat a
seems to be too new to have been bap- A
tized with a name.
How to Lose Hips.
"How it is that all women have sud
denly become so long and slim in their
waists and hips?" exclaimed the dress
maker. "Why, that is simple enough.
It has come about from having to but
ton their own blouses in the back.
That's the most wonderful exercise for
reducing the waist and hips. Beats
all kinds of physical culture. You see, I
a womin has to lift her arms over her
head, then bend them back and reach
down, clear to the middle of her blouse a
and hold herself in that position while a
she fastens a dozen or so of tiny but
tons. Then she must turn her arms
down and twist them up behind her
self and again hold them there until
she has fastened the garment from
the waist up to the middle of the back;
in other words, until the entire gap
is closed. If that process does not ic
stretch and limber the muscles and y'
take off fat I do not know of one
that will." "
Royalty and Salvation Army. b
The aged dowager queen of Sweden
Is an invalid and deeply religious. She
is a patron of the Salvation Army,
whicl, owing to her support, has had P
considerable success in Sweden. At h
one time, short of actually wearing eA
the uniform, she was an out ond out
member of the Salvation Army, and
contributed very largely to its funds.
She imparted her religious views to
her son, Prince Oscar, who cten
took an active part in Salvationist
street meetings and processions.
Queen Sophia is idolized in Sweden
for her simplicity and sincere piety.
Deeds of Youths,.
At 20, Tintoretto was one of the
most prolifle and popular painters in
Italy; Schelling had grappled with the
philosophy of Kant; Galileo had dis
covered the use of the pendulum; La.
fayette was a major general, and Gar.
rison voiced emancipation for the
A GOOD COUGH MIXTURE,
Simple Home-:Made Remedy That Is
Free from Opiates and Harm
An effective remedy that will usun
ally break up a cold in twenty-four
hours, is easily made by mixing to
gether in a large bottle two ounces of
r Glycerine, a half-ounce of Virgin Oil
of Pine compound pure and eight
ounces of pure Whisky. This mix
ture will cure any cough that is cur
ible. and is not expensive as it makes
4lenough to last the average family an
?ntire year. Virgin Oil of Pine com
pound pure is preplared only in the
laboratories of the Leach Chemical
Co., Cincinnati, O.
1 LONG TIME BETWEEN DOSES.
Doctor-If the medicine is too bit
ter you might take it wiih a glass of
beer, but you should take it regularly,
every two hours.
Patience-Only every two hours?
SOFT, WHITE HANDS
May be Obtained in One Night.
For preserving the hands as well
as for preventing redness, roughness,
and chapping, anld imparting that vel
vety softness and whiteness much de
sired by women Cuticura Soap, assist
ed by Cuticura Ointment, is believed
to be superior to all other skin soaps.
For those who work in corrosive
liquids, or at occupations which tend
to injure the hands, it is invaluable.
Treatment.--Bathe and soak the
hands on retiring in a strong, hot,
creamy lather of Cuticura Soap. Dry
and anoint freely with Cuticura Oint
ment, and in severe cases spread the
Cuticura Ointment on thin pieces of
old linen or cotton. Wear during the
night old, loose gloves, or a light ban
dage of old cotton or linen to protect
the clothing from stain. For red,
rough, and chapped hands, dry, fis
sured, itching, feverish palms, and
shapeless nails with painful finger
ends, this treatment is most effective.
Cuticura Remedies are sold through
out the world, Potter Drug & Chem.
Corp., sole proprietors, Boston, Mass.
Fight Against Plague Goes On.
Although the survey of the past
year's anti-tuberculosis work shows
that much has been done, the reports
from all parts of the country indicate
that this year the amount of money to
be expended, and the actual number
of patients that will be treated will be
more than double that of the past
year. For instance, special appropria
tions have been made in the various
municipalities for next year's anti
tuberculosis work, aggregating $3,976,
500. In addition to these appropria
tions over $4,000,000 has been set
aside by the different state legisla
tures for the campaign against tuber
culosis this year. Besides these sums,
a large number of the present exist
iig institutions and associations are
planning enlargements of their work.
and new organizations are being
She Wants a Bennet.
The manager of a department store
received the following order from one
of his out-of-town customers, who
wanted a bonnet:
"Mazure of head from ear to ear
over top of head 12 inches; from ear
to ear under my chin 9s inches; from
forehead to back hair seven inches. I
want a black lase bonnet with stream
ers and rosetts of red or yallow satting
ribbon and would like a bunch of
pink Roses or a blue plume with a
black jet buckel. If artifishels air still
the stile I want a bunch of grapes or a
bird's tale somewhere. I do not want
anything too fansy, but if you think a
wreath of pansies would look good
why put one on. I have some good
pink ribbon hear at homrne so you need
not put on strings."-Lippincott's
Period of Joy for Casey.
Casey's wife was at the hospital,
where she had undergone a very seri
ous operation a few days before.
Mrs. Kelley called to inquire- as to
Mrs. Casey's condition.
"Is she restin' quietly?" Mrs. Kelley
"No, but I am," said Casey.
Por Headache Try Hicks' Capudine.
Whether from Colds, Heat, Stomach or
Nervous troubles, the aches are speedily
relieved by Capudine. It's Liquid-pleas
ant to take-Effects immediately. 10, 25
and 50e at Drug Stores.
A Question of Time.
"How much does it cost to get mar
ried?" asked the eager youth.
"That depends entirely on how long
you live," replied the sad-looking man.
Did you ever have a good, old-fash
ioned boy's stomach ache? Of course
you have. A little dose of Hamlins Wiz
ard Oil will chase away a colicky pain
in the stomach like magic.
Though a man may Decome learned
by another's learning, he can never be
wise but by his own wisdom.--Mon
Pettlt's Eye Salve for Over 100 Years
has been used for congested and inflamed
eyes, removes film or scum over the eyes.
All druggistsor HowardBros., Buffalo, N.Y.
One way to acquire a reputation for
amiability is to agree with every sim.
pleton you meet.
"Ms. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup.
Forchildren teething, softens the gums, reduces in
flammation,allays paincures wind colic. 25c a buttle. c
Men deserve respect only as they
eoha "LA CROLE" HAIR RESTORER P
Ieoaueo fthoe ugly. grizzly, gray hairs. Use "L CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. PRIEIG.OO tet8lL
WOULDN'T MAKE ANY TROUBLE
Mrs. Betsey 3axter a Type of Visitor
Many of Us Have Been Called
on to Entertain.
"Ila, now, Miss ll)nliitl'', dton' Vol
go to a lite o' 11'llbltte o(l 1ilay l('cc)l]!."
said Mrs. Bletsy liaxter when she ar
ri'vedIl ilnexpec(tedly for idinner at th1'
holle of airs. Dorcas I)oolittit. Yoe
know that 'll a person \i' lh)i you
can just lay doiwni an extraI plllate aIn'
set befor'e nle allything you happe'n to
have in the house, If you just fry: a
hiekelon same as you would for' your
Own folks, aill' make tll a ; an o' Your
tea hisellits that no onei can htoat, anll'
opiten a glass o' your red C'iuraut jolly,
al' have a dish o' yourt qutilte' pet'o
se'vea, a 1ll (' 0 ' th0 1 t itulld ('alit'
y(ou most allls have in voa !!eak ' iri-
yout do that, an' have sunue pipi' hot
apple frititer's, with hot muaple yi'up ito
go with 'eta., all 5s1ou' t y)(irt ~(a11
('Off'(' anll' ny V'eget'iables you happten
to have in the house. I like sWe,'t lto
tatoes the way you hake 'ot1 mlightily,
)but, la, .just have anything e(ls(' you
happen to have. I'in olit' that t'Xstt''ts
an' is \\illin' to eat what's set heft'e
tile. all' nit)t (lestions askelld ntlr fault
found when I go Visitin'. Sa d(ot't
-yeou put yourself out a nilte for h l.
If you have what l'e iienti lone[d an'
anythin3'lig else y'otl W\ant to have I'll Ie
satisfied. I ain't one that (l(cares very
liit'h alboat what I eat. atnyVhow. :As
the sayin' is, 'any old thing' will do
Made It Clear.
Jim had [lever Iearnllled to readll by
1li' ordinary miethods the face of the
old eighlt-day clock. It pleased his
long-timle elnploy'er, how't\vel'r, to ask
him the hour and hear his answers.
",Jil, whatl timte does the old clck
say'?" he asked one evening, when
he had callers. "Step out in the hail
.im was golle several mninutes, but
returned with a beamling face.
"Ah-Ah--waited jes' a inlnte to
see which'd get ahead, de sho't one or
de long one," lie said. "\W'en I went
out dey was bofe on de lef' han' wind
ing place, sah. hut (t long one, she
clip it up good an' libely \\'en she see
me watchin out, an' now she's 'blout
a inch ahead, sah."-Youth's ('oinm
There t more Catarrh in this section of the country
than all other olscases pet to':ethllr, and until the last
few years was sllllpoed to 1e Ilncurable. iFor a Ereat
many years docrs ts pronounced it a local tiseasc' al.d
prescribed locll rem-tdie:s, and by colnstantly faialng
to cure with local trUatm-nt, pronounced It incuritle.
Science has proven Catarrh to be a constltutional (its
case, and therefore requires constitutlonal treatment.
Hatls Catarrh Cure, i!anufactured by F. J. ('llhem y
A& Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only (onstitutional cure on
the market. It is taken internally In doses from 10
drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on the blood
and mtlcous surfaces or the system. They offer one
hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send
for circulars and testimonials.
Address: F. J. CIIEXEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by Drugaists, ;.e.
Take ltall's Family PIlLs for constipation.
He Was an Old Hand.
"Do not anger me!" she said,
"H-low am I to know when you are
angry?" he asked.
"I always stamp my feet," she an
"Impossible," he said. "There isn't
room for a stamp on either of them!"
That fetched her.-Lippincott's.
If You Are a Trifle Sensitive
About the size of your shoes, many people
wear smaller eshoes by using Allen's Foot-Ease,
the Antiseptic Powder to shake into the shoes.
It cures Tired, Swollen, Aching Feet and
gives rest and comfort. Just the thing for
breaking In newr shoes. .old everywhere. 25c.
SBmple sent FREE. Address, Allen 8. Olmsted,
i Le Roy, N. Y.
The Stuff That Kills.
Mrs. Benham--lsn't my dress a
Benham-Poetry will be the death
Of course, a man can't help admir
Ing a fashionably attired woman-un
less he pays the freight.
When He Courted You
Hie didn't complain if you were a little despond
ent or irritable at times. Now he does. He's
the same man. He didn't understand then.
price and liked it. Now he thinks it is caprice
and doesn't like it. But now he's busy getting
If he realized the full truth he would be more than
anxious to have the wife he loves take the right remedy
to restore her to true womanly health. Most men don't
know that when a woman is weak, nervous, irritable and
despondent, there is invariably something radically wrong
with the delicate feminine organs with which her entire
physique is in sensitive sympathy.
There is one, and just one remedy, tried and proven, that
will put things right when the feminine organism is weak or
diseased. It is
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
This medicine restores perfect health to the weakened or
gans, and makes them strong.
It makes wifehood happy, and motherhood easy. It makes
child-birth short and almost painless. It helps to make
real "new women." An honest druggist won't urge
upon you a substitute.
This "Favorite Prescription" is a pure glyceric
extract of native medicinal roots and contains no al
cohol, injurious or habit-forming drugs. A full list of
its ingredients printed on its outside wrapper and
attested as full and correct under oath.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and strengthen Stom
ach, Liver and Bowels. Easy to take as candy.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
Color moe ods brihter and fater colon than any other dye. One lOc oackaoe color all fibers. They dye in cold water better than any other dye. You can de
AII murent ithout ripping apart. Write for Iree booklet--nO to Dye. Bleach and Mix Clors. MONROE DRUG ..o, Quincy, IIIInois.
"What do you suppose is behind this
"A cold deal for somebody."
PILES C'URED IN 6 TO 14 DATS.
PAZO OINTM1NTisg uaranteed ti, cur aniy ea e
of Itching, Blind. Bleeding or Protruding Iile, in
Ito 14days or muner. refunded. 50k.
Hope is a magic lantern which often
shows impossible pictures.
has no substitute. No oither renmdy i o fY.tctive
for rhoeumatism. lunibago. sti.ffnc-h' neuralilg;i jor
coldof any sort. Put up in 2 c, :lc and lU, bottle,.
How loafers grate upon the nerves
of a busy person!
When shown positive and reliable proof that a certain
remedy had cured numerous cases of feuale ills, woukld't
any sensible woman conclude that the same rtemedy would
also benefit her if suffering with the same troublc ?
Here are two letters which )ro ve the efficiency of Lydia
E. Pi nkham's Vegetable Compound.
Fitchrille, Ohio.-" 3vy daughter was all run
idown, suffered front pains in her side, head and
liiims,and could walk but a short distance at a
tilue. She camle very near ihaving" nervou:s
prostraticn, had begun to coilugh a good deal,
and seened mnela:ieholv by spells. She tried
two doctors but got litle help. Since taking
Lydia E. PillkllaLI's Vegetableoo COIlpound,
Blood Purifier and Liver Pills she has im
proved so much that sthe feels and looks likeo
another girl."-hIrs. C. Cole, Pitchville, Ohio.
Irasburg, Vermont.-- "I feel it my duty to
say a few words in praise of your medicine. When I began
taking it I had been very sick with kidney and bladlder trou
bles and nervous prostration. I am now taking the sixth bot
tie of Lydia E. Pinkhaim's Vegetable Compound and find myself
greatly improved. My friends who call to see 1me have noticed
a great change."--1hrs. A. U. Sanborn, Irasburg, Vermont.
We will pay a handsome reward to any person who will
prove to us that these letters are not genuine and truthful
-or that either of these women were paid in any way for
their testimonials, or that the letters are published without
their permission, or that the original letter from each did
not come to us entirely unsolicited.
What more proof can any one ask ?
For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound has been the standard remedy for a
female ills. No sick woman does justice to
herself who will not try this famous medicine.
Made exclusively from roots and horbs, and
has thousands of cures to its credit.
- Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick women
to write her for advice. She has ,
guided thousands to health free of charge.
Address Mirs. Pinkham, Lynn, Alapa
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2I.J000 aeres in the Sacramento \alley. Send names of friends. Ea:sy terms to settlers. We want
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RLO9 Prolific Cotton Seeds, Triumph Potatoes, Prolific
tonow Seed Corn. High Class Garden Seeds
especially selected for Southern Truckers. It will pay
you to write for our 1910 SEED CATALOGUE
S and wholesale Bulk Market Gardeners' Price Lists.
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Established I869. 18.20 S. Front Street Memphis, Tenn.
PATENT YOUR IDEAR. They may bring you
wH w.ealtl. C':-page IBunk Fr~ee. Est. (0.
Fitzgerald & Co., l'at.Attys.,I5ux K. Washington,Il.G.
AGENTS - ,'T u " pt aun nv until youreI
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Save the Baby-Use
1HE BEST HtEbUE TOR CJGHS IA4$
Should be given at once when the
little one coughs. It hecls the del*
icate throat and protects the lungs
from infection-guaranteed safe and
All Druggsta, 25 cents.
We Buy er
Feathers, Tallow, Beeswax,
Ginseng, Golden Seal, (Yellow
Root), MayApple. Wild GInser,
etc. We are dealers; established
in 1856-"Over halfa century in Louisville"
-and can do better for you than agents
or commission merchants. Reference, any
Bank In Louisville. Write for weekly price
list and shipping tags.
U. Sabel & Sons,
229 E. Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY.
Your Health Worth?
You start sickness by mistreating nature
and it generally shows first in the bowels
and liver. A Ioc box (week'streatment)
of CASCARETS will help nature help
you. They will do more-using them
regularly as you need them-than any
medicine on Earth. Get a box today;
take a CASCARET tonight. Better in
the rlorning. It's the result that makes
millions take them. e88
CCT THI.S OL'T, mail It with your addropn to
Strlhlg lRemedy ('., Chicago-, EU., ant r'..'ive,
a handsume ,uuvrnir gold u0ou UI-n 'Fl:E.
An Ideal Present
NO STROPPING NO HONING
KNOWN THE WORLD OVER
DEFIANCE Cold Water Starch
maake laundry work a plcasure. 16 oz. pIkg. llc.
FOR We will make from any Good Photo
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Western Newspaper Union, Little Rock, Ark.
DEFIANCE STARCH- Tj
--,th"r tar.hi orlty 14 oulnte..-ame prf:r an.1
",DEFIANCE" IS SUPERIOR QUALITY.
If, ca Thompson's Eye Water
W. N. U., MEMPHIS, NO. 4--1910.