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Teamster's Punishment Earned.
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RARE TYPE OF MAN
Rev. Watson Dana Never Tipped
Hat to a Woman.
Archbold's Cousin Never Touched
Liquor, Tobacco, and Has Not
Seen a Theatrical Perform
ance, Though 70 Years Old.
Kansas City. Mo.-Rev. Watson
Dana, cousin of the late Charles A.
Dana, the famous editor of the New
York Sun, and of John D. Archbold,
the Standard Oil multi-millionaire,
who visited in this city at the home
of his son, 1216 Tracy avenue recent
ly, although more than 70 years old,
has never raised his hat to a woman,
and declares he never will.
"No man has greater respect for
womankind than I," said Rev. Mr.
Dana, "but for a man to raise his hat
to her is an act of sacrilege. The
Ilible teaches us to uncover on enter
lug the temple of the most high, and
this mark of respect I reserve for my
Mr. Dana has never touched liquor,
never chewed tobacco, smoked or
gambled, has never told a lie and has
preached the Gospel for 50 years. Hie
has never entered a theater or seen a
theatrical performance, has never
traveled a mile on train or boat on
lie has not an enemy in the world
and has never spoken unkindly of his
fellowman. lie has the reputation of
being the best loved man in Ohio.
lie has given away a fortune, but has
never been involved in a lawsuit and
has never had a fight.
Rev. Watson Dana's great-grand
father was one of the party that first
settled in Washington county, Ohio,
in 1778. They founded the town of
Newport, a city that is surrounded
with historical spots and famous
He was born in 1836 in the house
his father built on Dana's run, with
in a stone's throw of the Dana mill,
whose crumbling stone walls served
for pictures for many a famous artist.
His father was a minister and the
boy grew up in an atmosphere of re
ligion. Early in life he began preach
ing. As he expresses it, his college
course was taken behind the counter
of a country store and his theological
course on horseback.
There was not a railroad in the
state in his boyhood and many a ride
of 30, 40 and 50 miles he has taken
on horseback that he might be able
to preach to a few farmers and set
tlers in a little neighborhood, too
poor to support a minister.
Time and again he has been called
Rev. Watson Dana.
late at night to ride through storm
and cold to the bedside of some par
ishioner. He frequently walked miles
to preach rather than profane the Sab
bath by taking a convenient train. He
has never had his life insured. He
holds that life insurance is a specie
of gambling, with life and death as
At one time he was wealthy; to-day
he has practically nothing. There are
many persons who owe him and who
will never pay, knowing he will not
bring suit for recovery.
Utility In Studies.
President Schurman's questioning
of the utility of teaching modern lan
guages in colleges is somewhat sur
prising. While it may be true, as he
claims, that not one in 500 outside of
teachers will use them, this is not a
valid reason for discontinuing them as
studies. Such a test could be made
to sweep the college curricula of near
ly every study now considered essen
tfal. What would become of the high
er mathematics if this test were ap
plied? Who uses conic sections of
trigonometry in his business? What
business man has actual recourse to
what he learned of chemistry or min
eralogy? The utilitarian test can be
applied too rigidly to college studies
with the result of greatly narrowing
the college curriculum. The cultural
studies ought to have a chance.-Min
Love WIII Find a Way.
Oberlin was the first coeducational
college in this country. In the early
days they had a rule that in case
there were but one man and one wom
and in a room, at least one chair
should be between them. One even
ing an instructor, passing one of the
small sitting rooms, was horrified at
beholding a young man and a young
woman occupying the same chair.
"Sir," he demanded of the man stud
dent, "what is the meaning of this
outrageous behavior? Do you not
know the rules of the college?"
"Why-er--don't they say that if a
man and a girl sit alone in a room
they shall have one chair between
Not the Worst.
"I must confess that I don't sleep
well while traveling by train," said
Mr. Chuggins. "I had a terrible dream
"I understand they had some trou
ble on the road."
"Yes, I dreamed my motor car ran
over an embankment, smashed the en
gine and tore the transmission out by
the roots. You can't imagine how re
lieved I felt when I awoke and found
it was only a railway colllsion."
USE IT IN
Lena Schmidt of Dudley, Tex.,
Writes a Letter About Cardui
Having Helped Her.
Dudley, Tex.-"''You may use this
letter in your advertising, if you like,"
writes Mrs. Lena Schmidt of this
"A few years ago, I suffered every
month, I was relieved right away.
"Cardui has surely done me a sight
of good. It brought me back my
health. I am now strong arind well,
and feel better than in years, and am
doing all my housework."
Every woman needs a tonic, to take
when she feels blue, miserable, sick,
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The tonic to take at such a time is
Cardui, the woman's tonic.
Cardui is also a medicine.
For pain and discomfort, due to fe
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The main ingredients of ('ardui are
imported direct from Europe, especial
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tonic, and are not for sale at ordinary
Cardui acts specifically on the wom
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pain and building up womanly
Try it for your troubles.
It will certainly help you.
IMPORTANT PART WAS TRUE
She (to her fiance, with whom she
has just broken off her engagement)
-You deceived me; everything that
you told me about your family, your
position and your means was false.
lie-It was true about my debts,
RAW ECZEMA ON HANDS
"I had eczema on my hands for ten
years. I had three good doctors but
none of them did any good. I then
used one box of Cuticura Ointment
and three bottles of Cuticura Resolvent I
and was completely cured. My hands
were raw all over, inside and out, and
the eczema was spreading all over my
body and limbs. Before I had used one
bottle, together with the Cuticura
Ointment, my sores were nearly
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used the third bottle, I was entirely
well. To any one who has any skin
or blood disease I would honestly ad
vise them to fool with nothing else,
but to get Cuticura and get well. My
hands have never given me the least
bit of trouble up to now.
"My daughter's hands this summer
became perfectly raw with eczema.
She could get nothing that would do
them any good until she tried Cuti
cura. She used Cuticura Resolvent
and Cuticura Ointment and in two
weeks they were entirely cured. I
have used Cuticura for other members
of my family and it always proved suc
cessful. Mrs. M. E. Falin, Speers
Ferry, Va., Oct. 19, 1909."
What the Doctor Did.
Gustave Ullyatt has a little daugh
ter who hasn't been well recently. The
other day a physician was called to
the Ullyatt home to see her. He ex
amined the child with the aid of a
stethoscope. When her father came
home that evening he asked what the
doctor had said.
"Nothin'," replied the little girl.
"What did he do?" asked Mr. Ull
"He just telephoned me all over,"
was the child's reply.-Denver Post
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"I knew Butt's smoking would get
him into trouble."
"At his wedding, when it came to
the ring part, he reached into his
pocket and handed the minister a
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An Exploded Theory.
"Do yol helieve tierl is allih 111
iin 1l(ntal suiggestionr
"Not a tiling."
"Don't yoil think it is Ilsile is
one person ,:ko,,w. hi:. mind 5t, :dile
fixed ol a celtain tlhilln hi+h <il
wishes atiolher to do I hal lle .,l t
\ill be inllielncved so that hl 1 ill
'eventui ally do iit '
"No, I don't lloieve illn the tho(y
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that you'd pliy ue what you ownl 11
without making itt s.i1y fir fnn
to ask you for it.- Sunda;ty 11a 1.in,
of the Cleveland Leader.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as tleiy cannot rea:lh t1i' d-e.
eased portion of theil ear. 'I herie ilhly one : toi
cure deatness. al d that i l b. y 4 u" t us1 taal rt!nll) .
DI nae'ss is caused by an intlla fid ('4nt11li4114 4)f It1'
lmu1ous lning lof the 1 Lustarclie s T'l b. n i 1 tl.'s
tube is Inflamed you have "h rulil nilhl so4mud 44r 4i
perfect hearing, and when it is elntirety I 5nsld. i4 .1t
nlss is the r ult. :11d unlerss the i1nil1al.la l,al 4 ni' he4
taken olt and thils tub restored to its hiirwli; 4,4:',:
tion, hearing will be diestroyed fore ver; ne I -l
out of tell are caused by :atarrlh, a wh4 h Ls nothing
but an inflamed condition of the rn'ous surface,.
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Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot lh cured
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"Did you ever know a girl to die
"Did she just fade away and die
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"No; she just took in washing and
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Nothing endures but the eternal
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WHEN YOUR JOINTS ARE STIFF
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Never Falls to Restore Gray Hair to Its
Natural Color and Beauty. Stops its falling
out, and positively removes Dandruff. Is not a
Dye. Refuse all substitutes. too and oc.
Bottles by Mail or at Druggists. FRE
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W. N. U., MEMPHIS. NO. 7--1910.
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somnia, with which I have been afflicted
for twenty years, and I can say that Cas
carets have given me more relief than any
other remedy I have ever tried. I shall
certainly recommend them to my friends
as being all that they are represented."
Thos. Gillard, Elgin, Ill.
Pleasant, Palatable, Potent. Taste Good.
Do Good. Never Sicken.iWeaken or Gripe.
1Oc. 25c. 50c. Never sold in bulk. The gen
nine tablet stamped CC C. .uaranteed to
care or your money back. 9Z4
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