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Do its Duty
~ine t:e in t-n wh.n the l;ver is righ. the
stomach and bo.hls are n t.
LIVER PILLS 1
gendy but firmly com.
pel s lazy liver to CARTR
do its duty CARTERS
Cures Cor. TTLE
stipation, fIV ER
leadache, and Distress after Eating.
Small Pill Small Do.. Small Pnce
Genuine mustbeu Signature
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AN INSURANCE EXCEPTION.
Iman is known by te company h is
company 1 keep."D
The Return of Ferguson.
A night clerk in a hotel sat dozing
lman n evening clothes came n as
"Now," said the hronic quote:, "a
man is known by the company he as
"Say I'm an nsurance olicy toy roomld- 44oc
er' Please don't class ue with the
company 1 keep."
The Return of Ferguson.
few mmunight clrk n a hoteis sat sleevozing
at his headesk at about a. n., shohen a
man tin evenin clothes came n as ifnd
laboriously trying to walk a crack,
TI''m Fergshon, key to for-for 44."
The guest disappeared in the direc
tion of his rookey, one flight p. In a
few minutes a man n his shirtdly leeves
with a flattened silk hat on the side of
his head, and with one shoe on a foot
and the other ins o hand, came in and
said to the clerk:
cal appearshon, key to for-for."
that itr. Ferguson just took his key and
".Mr. Ferguson j:rst tell out window
n' left key nside. Kiginatendly lemnche
have inother. "-venteenth rybodys.entury o
Judges' Wigs. hi
The wig is only worn by marnglish
barristers to give then a stern. judi
cial appearance. and no one can say hi
that it falls in this respect. The cus
toni was originated by a French
judge in the seventeenth century
wig one day, happe found t gave him
such a sterp and dignified appearance
that he decided to get one for himself
and wear it at all times in court.
This he did, and the result was so
satisfactory from a legal point of
view, that not onIy judges, but bar- tl
risters, also took up the custom
In the Night School.
Teacher (of night school--What do
you understand by the terms "'life
sentence?" Give an example of one.
Shaggy-Haired Pupil-I pronounced
you husband and wife.-Chlcago Trib
He Know the Kind.
Little Edward, aged four, was an
only child. He was anxious for a
baby sister, and was talking of It one
day with a friend of the family. In
the friend's family was a baby girl or
one year. The lady said: Edward.
you may have my baby; she is pretty
"Oh," said Edward, "I don't want an
old baby. I want a bran new one wif
noffn on but tacum powder."-Red
Fan--What happens when the bases
Man-A dlscord.-Stanford Unlver- I
Tips you get are almost as worth
less as those you give.
Many a budding genius has devel
oped into a blooming idiot.
To Keep Cool?
W'hen Summer's sun
and daily toil heat the
blood to an uncomfort
able degree, there is noth
ing so comforting and
cooling as a glass of
served with sugar and a
Surprising, too, now
the food elements relieve
fatigue and sustain one.
The flavour is deli
cious-and Postum is
really a food drink.
"There's a Reason"
POSTt5X CEREAL CO., Ltd.,
Battle Creek. 3Ich.
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DR. WILSON FOR GOVERNOR
That the scholar in ,olitis is to Ihe a tactor in
Ame.\lrican ipublic li!, has b,:n prophesied,, and
Hint for the first tim' in the history of the rlpubl -
lie the head of a leading unive rsity has been of
f(red the InImination 'or gveernor of a state and
has sigl filld his wiillingn'.'eS t become the candi- uni
W\oodrow Wilson, r-rsldent of Princeton unt- o
versity, is both a scholar and a politician, in the M1y
th4 thigher sense of the latt".r word, lie knows life svy
tnot only from books, but he has been a practising nIi
lawyer, and in various ways has comTe more into firT
touch witlh the great pouidc oi working lmeln and h
women, probably, than any other head of an Amer- f
ican institution of learning.
To the observer of politics who is not "on the bo:
inside," as an expressive phrase puts it, the iproposed nomination of Doctor
Wilsc,n, so far as the press dispatches have reported it, may be a pirovocative
of mild curiosity. It is said in the dispatches that Doctor Wilson has been
told he can have the ncmination, by "a doze-n or more promlinent New Jersey
Democrats at the Lawyers' club in Manhattan." A previous dispatch has in
formed the public that D)octor Wilson is to be the I),'mocratic candidate for
president of the Unilted States in 1912, "if a combination of \\all street and
political interests can make him so." In both announcemeel ts there is nothing
relating to the wishes or the feelings of the great colulbn lpeople who are
supptosed to colplose the I)enio.rat c party. Yet the selection of President
Wilson very possibly may meet the enthusiastic approval of the voters of the
Democratic party, when the question of fitness is considered.
President \\'ilson't strongest interests, it is said by those who know him
well, are in government and politi s. This, perhaps, is natural to him as a
Virginian, for thbt comnnonwiealth has been the mother of statesmen since the
foundation of the republic. In coilege debates and essays he showed his bent
early. He learned early also the value of being a good public speaker, and
assiduously practised until he became a ready debAter and an accomplished
orator. Later hl learned to speak with grace and fluency on post.prandial
IS FATHER OF AVIATION
The real father of aviation is Octave ('hanute,
an engineer of distinction, who is now in Paris,
after having submitted to a serious operation. iHe
has had an interesting career. Porn in Paris in
1832, he came to this country with his father in tr
1839 and studied engineering, Ills first and the
most important appointment that he ever received to
was that of chief engineer of the Elevated Rail
road Company of New York, founded in 1865. S
Mr. Chanute drew uip the plans of the famous
elevateds up Third, Sixth and Ninth avenues,
which, at their opening to traffic in 1S75, were con
sidered marvels of engineering skill, and which,
for the last 35 years, have been of incalculable e
advantage to the uptown lpopulation of New York
, city. This vast enterprise took up all his time
for ten years. o'
It was not until 1890 that his thoughts were directed toward navigation h
of the air. It was then that the experiments of Lillenthal and Vercher at- n
tracted his attention, and the monoplane gliders which they used appeared to
him out of the proper equilibrium. lie thereupon set to work experimenting,
himself in 1891, and 1892 with his son.
The gliders they used were biplanes, and this is the only invention that O
he claims in aviation. Hle says that it seemed to him just as simple to try to S
fly with two superimposed planes as with a single one, and. the stability would a
be immensely increased. The idea was very simple, indeed, but somebody had is
to think of it. b
Thus at the age of sixty, in company with his son, he began to practise b
flying without a motor. Later on, of course, it was realized that light motors t
were absolutely necessary.
Chanute, who was then well advanced in years-he is now 78-tired of the n
experimental work and turned over his apparatus to the \\'right brothers.
They followed along the lines he had laid down and he kept in touch with
their work constantl.y It was to his early experiments and "afterwards
through his advice that they succeeded in making a flying machine-the first
which ever made a free flight with a passenger.
MAJ. CARSON GOES ABROAD "
Maj. John M. Carson, chief of the bureau of
manufactures of the department of commerce and
labor, who has been selected to go abroad to look
Into the general trade conditions and opportunl
' ties for American manufactures, up to the time of
his appointment as chief of the bureau of manu
, f factures in 1902 by President Roosevelt, was one
of the ablest newspaper men of the Washington
contingent and chief of the Washington bureau,
created after the consolidation of the Philadelphia
I Times and the Philadelphia Iedger.
He was the first president and one of the
founders of the Gridiron club and again its presi
S dent in 1905. He is also a member of the Army
/ and Navy club and the Military Order of the Loy- 1
f alLegion. He began~his newspaper career as a
S "devil" in a printing office in his teens and after
ward became a compositor. Later he served as a newspaper reporter.
From May, 1861, until June, 1864, he was an officer of the Twenty-seventh
Pennsylvania regiment. After the war he resumed newspaper work in Phila
Sdelphia until 1873, when he became night editor of the National Republican,
in this city. In 1874 he established a connection with the New York Times
and the Philadelphia Ledger as their correspondent in Washington.
In 1877 he became chief of the Philadelphia Times bureau, and remained
in that position until 1882, when he again became the manager of the Phila
Sdelphia Ledger bureau, which position he held until the consolidation of the
two papers in 1902, when he became chief of the Washington bureau.
When William D. Kelley was chairman of the ways and means commit
I tee of the house of representatives, Major Carson was its clerk, and in that
position assisted in the formation of the tariff bill of 1883 and the McKinley
. bill of 1890.
His reputation is national and the esteem and regard in which he is held
is deep and wide.
Albertus H. Baldwin, who succeeded Major Carson as chief of the bureau
of manufactures, is a native of Connecticut, an artist of some ability, and for
merly was connected with the bureau of fisheries. His experience and valu
able services secured him the appointment of chief clerk of the census a few
months ago, from which place he was promoted to be chief clerk of the de
partment of commerce and labor, vice Theodore L. Weed, who was made
chief clerk of the postoffice department.
RAZIL'S PRESIDENT HERE
The visit of President-Elect Hermes Fonesca of
Brazil to this country affords an opportunity, ac
cording to American diplomats, for solidifying the
" . ) friendly relations now existing between the two
The program for his entertainment, as ar
ranged by Charge d'Affnaires Silva of the Brazilian
SIS embassy in Washington and representatives of the
state department, included a visit to Beverly, the
summer home of President Taft and to Valley
Forge, Pa., the summr home of Secretary of
SState Knox. Receptians in honor of the distin
gulshed visitor were placed on the program for
New York, Philadelphii, Boston, Chicago, Wash
ington and Pittsburg.
I . It was the desire of the nation's guest to study
the enterprises of these and other big cities. On
account of his own accomplishments in military organization It was plalnned
to take the Brazilian to West Point and Annapolis to inspect the army and
It was expected, when the plans were made, that the conferences to be
had with President Taft and Secretary Knox would be fruitful of much good
bearing on the relations between Brazil and the United States, and it was
hoped in diplomatic circles that' they would result in the United States having
as a powerful ally in South American affairs, the republic of Brazil.
"It was a great mistake," sighed the
man who was sued for breach of
"What do you mean?"
"I1 used a nom de plunl in my lit
erary work instead of disguising my
identity in my love letters."
A Queer Case.
"When are they to be married?"
"She doesn't know. She is worried
because she is not quite sure of her.
"That's a new one on me. I thought
a girl worried when she wasn't quite
sure of the man."
WIiEAK KIDNEY T WEAKEN IV -
T:IE WHOLE BODY.
N o (.pain is Sitr ,(er Ilihan it,- wa k
O.es link. No mlatnl is yltrnl «'r th 1)t
his kidn'ys. Ovir
,erjv Pctý o'rk, colds, straiins,
,toC., w\eak,,n the kid
ivs iiad« the whole hli
body suffers. )on't his
tIiel ~'cl t the slightest ag<
kidney ailment. Be- ili
gin using Doan's inp
Kidney Pills at once.
They are especially
for sick kidneys.
Mrs. (hGeorge La
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St., Caro, Mich., says: soi
I had lost in flesh of
until I was a mere shadow of my bo
former self and too weak to stand (l1
more than a few minutes at a time. Ai,
My rest was broken and my nervous
system shattered. IIad I)oan's Kid
ney Pills not come to my attention, I
firmly believe I would be in my grave. ml
They cured me after doctors had co
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SCRATCHED SO SHE COULD
NOT SLEEP e
"'I write to tell you how thankful I
am for the wonderful Cuticura Reme
I edies. My little niece had eczema for
five years and when her mother died
e I took care of the child. It was all
over her face and body, also on her
° head. She scratched so that shegould
not sleep nights. I used Cuticura
Soap to wash her with and then ap
plied Cuticura Ointment. I did not c
use quite half the Cuticura Soap and n
It Ointment, together with Cuticura Re
d solvent, when you could see a change r
and they cured her nicely. Now she
d is eleven years old and has never been C
bothered with eczema since. My 1
friends think it is just great the way
the baby was cured by Cuticura. I
send you a picture taken when she was
ie about 18 months old.
i "She was taken with the eczema
when two years old. She was covered
Swith big sores and her mother had all
t the best doctors and tried all kinds of
salves and medicines without effect
until we used Cuticura Remedies. Mrs.
H. Klernan, 663 Quincy St., Brooklyn, t
N. Y., Sept. 27, 1909."
Clever Joke of Kind King.
King Edward's great nature was il- I
lustrated the other night by a London
correspondent at the Press club in
"The king," said the correspondent,
"was visiting Rufford Abbey, and one
Smorning, in company with his host,
'a Lord Arthur Savile, he took a walk
over the preserves.
e "Suddenly Lord Arthur, a big burly
i- man, rushed forward and seized a
shabby fellow with a dead pheasant
protruding from the breast of his coat.
"'Sir,' said Lord Arthur to the king,
'this fellow is a bad egg. This is the
r second time I've caught him poaching.'
"But the king's handsome face
Ia beamed, and he laughed his gay and
n, "'Oh, let him go,' he said. 'If he
Is really were a bad egg, you know, he
d wouldn't poa'h.' "
he A Protection Against the Heat.
When you begin to think it's a per
sonal matter between you and the sun
t to see which is the hotter, buy your
Sself a glass or a bottle of Coca-Cola.
It is cooling-relieves fatigue and
ed quenches the thirst. Wholesome as
the purest water and lots nicer to
drink. At soda fountains and car
au bonated in bottles--Sc everywhere.
r- Send 2c stamp for booklet "The Truth
u- About Coca-Cola" and the Coca-Cola
Baseball Record Book for 1910. The
- latter contains the famous poem
e "Casey At The Bat," records, schedules
for both leagues, and other valuable
baseball information compiled by au
1 thorities. Address The Coca-Cola Co.,
f Carrying His Audience With Him.
ac- Nobody was more witty or more bit
he ter than Lord Ellenborough. A young
Vw o lawyer, tremnbling with fear, rose to
make his first speech, and began: "My
ar- lord, my unfortunate client- My
an lord, my unfortunate client- My
he lord-" "Go on, sir, go on'!" said Lord
he Ellenborough, "as far as you have
ey proceeded hitherto the court is entire-
of ly with you."
foo Literary Note.
Sh- "Do you think that poets should
never marry ?"
udy "I don't know about that. But they
)n should be very careful about compos
ned ing love letters unless they intend to."
Dr. Pieree's pllets, small sugar-coated, ea to
tabe as candy, regulate and Invigorte stomach,
be lverandbowels. uonotgripe.
was By a patient loving endurance of
ing ~-no,,nce are we preparing our
selves gradually for the discipline of
. . l ...
I~ 1 II P p I
SgOUs@ ot those ugly, grizzly Bray hairs. Use "L.A CREOt " HAIR RESTORER.. PRIGE, Si,00, retail.
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WHERE HE SAW RESEMBNLANCIE
Apt Remark cf Smail Boy Em:' ar
rasicd Toper and Fi;le. Car
.lillllli', ,who, i.; a v r' l lV S tl !:le'
llvin.' ill l t, 11 l I , n'r. lll,:llli ': 1
his mlo ht'lr d l:ow ',Vln - v ra''I t ita .:"
ago. \,tatrly ei,'rt'ythii iug hlt ,a w \: i-s
quite nitw i to hitl, ,-o t t ' wal Ii t
ing in his i'tlolunttl and ,1i0111ns :ull
S-,atltd opltosille Jlnimmic' alid his
illltlih r on tilhl, car lhoni htllillld was all
individual iwho, jr, 1ging hly ihl. "lits
s0m" on his nos0', h:ul arta;tkn l frol tlv
of joy \iat,'-. Non-I of .li inie's nl. h
eors ploss'-st'id ant a tipplln ag that
(could (1 t ll( arllt wi' h th-, oine across the,
In silence Jlimniule took in trhe situ
atfion and the "Ilossomn." htis thoughts
must have grown so curious that they C
could not he withheld any linger and ahb
he finally ilurted out in a loud voice: t
"Manina, is that Santa ('hlas?"
pointing to lh-, man with the' red nost'.
iEmbarrass' d, .1iiulet's mother tried 1 \\
to si-lnte her sonil, but it was no liSt. slit
In an audibl, whisper fhe rne'ti -o-ton
bIt win the i'llit ailnt atii Santa ('laths was
disclosed luc'h toll tl dlscotillitulre of AN
"Why. rnianiiiia, dtid nt it say in that T.
story about Santa Claus that Santa
had a 'nose like a 'cherry,' " lihe asked,
and the ar was in an uprioar.-Pit ts
burg Tin es-( azitt It'.
There Should. 'oi
Fritz the gardener was a stolid (Gt'r- in
man wholi was rarely movedl to .x- tor
traordinary language Even the most sot
plrovocatlve occ(asions only caused hint lt
to remiark nildly on his ill-luk. Not tihl
long ago he canw' hack from the city tr
in the late evening after a hard day $51
in the niark,'t place. lie was sleepy, da
and the train being crowded, the bag- sit
gageinan gave him a chair in his 001
roomy car. tlh
Finally the train reached Blloom- sis
field. Fritz still slept as it pulled in $1l
and his friend had to shaket him and St
tell him where he was. wI
"I tanks youl," saild F'ritz, as he rose tr(
slowly to his feet. The open door of ca
the car was lire( tly in frotnt of hin. pa
t lie walked straight out of it. nu
The bagg-:temiali sprang to look aft- ll
er him. Fritz slowly picketd himself th
p from the sand by the side (if the re
track, looltt'l up at the door, and said tit
with no wrath in his voice:
I "There should here be some steps."
-St. Paul Dispatch. l1
Merely a Prevaricator.
A doctor relates the following story:
a "I had a patient who was very ill and t
who ought to have gone to a warinter
Sclimate so 1 resolved to try what hyp
dnotism would do for him. I had a
large sun painted on the ceiling of his
e room and by suggestion induced him
to think it was the sun which would ti
cure him. The ruse succeeded, and
lie was getting better rapidly when
one day on my arrival I found lie was
"Did it fail, after all, then?" asked
one of the doctor's hearers.
"No," replied the doctor, "lie died
Sof sunstroke." -
SThe Dentist's Joke.
t At a recent dinner of the Authors'
Sclub in londonit to Mr. Owen Seaman,
1, the editor of Punch, Mr. Walter
Emanuel, another meiber of the staff a
of Punch, referred to the fact that the
man with the largest sense of humor a
i he had ever struck was an Englishman -
--a dentist. He went to him after suf
n fering long with a toothache. He re
fused to have gas, and the dentist
t, pulled out a tooth, leaving hin writh
e ing in pain, and took the tooth to the
window, where he laughed quite heart
k Ily. He groaned: "What's the joke?"
"Wrong tooth," said the dentist.
a Important to Mothers
t Examine carefully every bottle of
t CASTORIA. a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
g. Signature of 4 4
e In Use For Over 30 Years.
d The Kind You Have Always Bought.
he Wife and Country.
e Paul I). Cavath, the noted New
York lawyer,said at a luncheon at the
Lawyers' club: Vacation time is
here, and already that dreadful song
r* about the wife gone to the country
in is being resurrected. But a variant
ur- to the song was furnished by a con
a. versation I overheard the other night.
Id "'Hello, Smith,' said one mnan to
as another. 'I'm glad to see you hack
to at the club again, old fellow. Wife
ar* off to the country eh?'
e. "'No,' growled Smith. 'She's got
ola ----- -
'he A Real Argument.
m They were talking about arguments.
le not in the abstract, but as aplplying
le to domeslic haltpiness. "W'hat do you
u- think is the niost unanswerable ar
O., gument you ever heard?" one bach
elor asked a nmar'ried man.
"That's very easy," he replied.
S"When your wife says: "If they can
bit- afford it, we can,' there is no flaw in
n n that-and never will be."-Youth's
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hey Mary Mild--W'ouldn't you call her a
os -ah, doubtful character?
t." Carrie Caustique-Not unless you
wanted to give her the benefit of the
t y doubt.-Smart Set.
Mrr. Winulow's Soothlng Syrmp.
SForchilorn teetthing, softfns the gums, ri-duces In.
0 lamination,allay~s pain cures wind colic. lt- a L botli.
ur - ...
of A nagging wife makes her husband
forget his other troubles.
SHOULD HAVE BEEUN DUY.
Old lady-\\hat are you crying
albout, lily little man?
Old lady-Nothin' r
Kid--Yes. M.'1 teacher ast me what
1 was doin' an' I told her nothin'. and
she said I ought a bteen doin" suntllin'
-an' give mue a lickin'.
ANNUAL LOSS IS ENORMOUS
Two Hun'Jred Million Dollars a Year
Might Be Added to Wealth
('oliitit ,i; tuat there are in hi'
'nitred State'.; at l'as)t i",i." m]ig''nt
consumptiV,'. who should to' cared fur
in charitalu' or simi-charitabl,'e sanin
- tori: and hospitals, th, National As
so('lation for thi Study and P'rwven
, ion o(f I'Ti erculosis estimates that
the annual cost to tih country for the
treattioent of Il'hee persons would he
$50,(i.ti),i at the rate of $1.69 per
day per patient. At the hIw st pos
- sible estimate the country loses $20,.
ii' 000,01) i a v'.eal' from the Incalpacity of
these indigent victims of tlubejrculo
sis. This would iealn a net saving of
$150,000,000 a year to the United
States if all victims of consumpltion
who are too poor to afford propel'
trelattl'nt in ONxp 'ensive sanatoria welre
f , cared for at lthe expeunset (of the inunici
Spality, county or state. And this an
nual gain does not include thei enor
IIIolls saving that woulid ai'tre from
f the lessened infection due to the seg
Sro'gation o(f the tiangerous consumpll
d tives in instit titons.
Hostess (at party --\VWhy, so silent.
Miss Do Muir? You've scarcely said
a word since you came.
Youthful Gueistltlt'ally, Mrs. l ead
er, I anm having a very enjoyable time,
but my father has told ume 10(1 times
never to say anything unless I have
something to say, and I suppose
a Hostess--lut. my dear child, think
" what a stupid and tiresome thing so
d ciety would be if everybody followed
dI The Ready Theorist.
`" "Yon see," explained the scientist,
d "house flies are dangerous because
they carry germs on their feet."
"Ah'" exclaimed the ready theorist;
"then the remedy is simple, All you
need to do is to make them wear over
shoes and leave them on the porch
when they comne In."
er (Clergyman-Will you take this wom
if an until death?
e Prospective Bridegroom--Isnl't there
r any minimum sentence?
In ---- -- ---
The Fountain Head of Lif
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The Rayo Lamp is a high grade lamp, sold at a low price.
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THE MERCANTILE BANK
CAPITAL $200,000.00 SURPLUS $100,000.00
DIRECT'ORS-F. (. Bartn, A.S. '; s1, S.T (' , t. B Fwkes, W. 7" ltairiy,
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3 PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS, COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY
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& Machine Co. 290 Adams Ave. M mph s, T. nn.
Memphis Umb ella Co.
:1 ,11uth I tMain tr' it
Millions Say So
When millions of people use for
years a medicine it proves its merit.
People wo know CASCARETS'
value buy over a million boxes a
month. It's the biggest seller be
cause it is the best bowel and liver
medicine ever made. No matter
what you're using, just try CAS
CARETS once-you'll See. sit
CASCARETS luc. a box for a week's
treatment, all druggists. Iiggest seller
In the world, Miiiiun box~s a mouth.
SEER Send postal for
[FR of Paxtine.
Better and more economical
than liquid antiseptics
FOR ALL TOILET USES.
Gives one a sweet breath; clean, white,
germ-free teeth-antiseptically clean
mouth and throat-purifies the breath
after smoking-dispels all disagreeable
perspiration and body odors-much ap
preciated by dainty women. A quick
remedy for sore eyes and catarrh.
solved in a glass of hot water
makes a delightful antiseptic so
lotion, possessing extraordinary
cleansing, germicidal and heal.
ing power, and absolutely harm
less. Try a Sample. 50c. a
large box at druggits or by mail.
THE PAXTON TOILET CO., Bosrow, MAss.
KNgOWN THE WORLD OVER
d in your vacation outfit
stimulate the torpid liver, strengthen the
k digestive organs, regulate the bowels, cure
}. sick headache. Unequaled as an .
d ANTI-BILIOUS MEDICINE.
i Elegantly sugar coated. Small dose. Price, 25c.
ClnE s and beautirles the hatr.
e Promotes a lulzriant growth.i
Never fall, to Hectore Gray
Cury m scalp dipeases a hair pllig.
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~ SELL JOHNSON'S PICTURES
AgentS are making fro)m t5.00 to t1O.00U a day.
Write to RAIGOR ART CO.
1004 d. I1th Street St. Louis, Miseourl
DEFIANCE Cold Water Starch
makes laundry work a pleasure. 16 oz. pkg. 100.
W NA U, MEMPHIS, NO. 32-1910.