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"I never saw such a chronic kicker as Touch is." "What's his latest grievance?" "He found a five-dollar bill this morning and is grumbling because a man to whom he owed $4 saw him pick it up." The Negative. The Questioner—But really, Mr. Smith, If, as you say, you knew I didn't love you, I don't see why you expected me to marry you? The Rejected—Well, I know you're frightfully modern and cosmopolitan and all that sort of thing, don't you know; and eo , of course, I thought I should come in on the "marriage de convenance" ramp.—The Sketch. The most stubborn costiveness yields, gently and naturally, to the persuasive action of Garfield Tea. German silve: is an alloy of nickel, copper and zinc. DoYouNeedtlelp For your poor, tired stomach ? For your lazy and sluggish liver ? For your weak and constipated bowels ? For your general run down condition ? Then by all means try HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS IT DOES THE WORK AT ALL DRUGGISTS Texas Directory General Hardware and Supplies Roofing Material, Wire Fencing Contractors Supplies, Builders Hardware, Etc. Prices and information furnished on request. "The Largest Supply House in the Southwest" Peden Iron & Steel Co., Houston and San Antonio McCANE'S DETECTIVE AGENCY Houston. Tex«», operates th. largest force of competent détectives in tlie South; they render written opinion* in case* not handled by them. Reasonable rate«. Hotel Brazos HOUSTON, TEXAS Is a Comfortable Hotel Will buy f. o. b. loading stations Cabbage, Potatoes Onions, Melons Get my prices on bags, crates, etc. J. A ZIEGLER. HOUSTON, TEXAS Rubber Roofing Fully Guaranteed by Factory Generals prepared complete for laying, An agent wanted in every town. Mention this paper in writing. JAMES BUTE COMPANY, Houstonjex AUTOMOBILES HOUSTON MOTOR CAR CO. Preston & Carolin« Streets, Houston, Tex. TEXAS BREAD CO. WHOLESALE BREAD WE. WHITE, CREAM. PUMPERNICKEL We Make it Clean We Ship it Clean Writs to us P. 0. Box 812 Houston, Texas Lone Star Steel ROad |/ IsditpcnuM, for Lml* |\ 3 i>f Grading Road«. UlOlQ H M mt i d mity» hi Dal» Price $25.00 11 Write AUSTIN BROTHERS We want your work, for we think we can please you. Write for any information on any subject pertaining to your garment We have the LARGEST, FINEST and MOST COMPLETE DYEINQ and CLEANING WORKS in the eut» MODEL LAUNDRY 602-604 PRAIRIE AVE., H0UST0M DOCTORS ADVISED THE HOSPITAL Mrs. Herberger, Who Would Not Consent to Go There, Finally Relieved At'Home. St. Louis, Mo.—Mrs. Mary Herber ger, of this city, says: "I was sick in bed for ten weeks, with womanly troubles, and had four of the best doctors waiting on me. Every one of them said I would have to go to the hospital and have an operation, but I would not consent to that. I thought I would give Cardui a trial. When I began to take the first bottle, I could not turn over in bed, but had to be lifted. Before I finished the first bottle, my pains were leaving me, slowly, and soon I was out of bed and walking around. My pains have not come back, since. I weigh 150 lbs. and feel fine. Cardui saved me from an operation. I am going to keep It in the house, for I would not be without it." Cardul's strengthening effects quick ly show themselves in many different ways. This is because the Ingredi ents, from which It Is made, go to the source of the trouble, and by act ing specifically on the cause, relieve or cure and help bring back health and strength. In the past 50 years, more than a million women have been benefited by Cardui. Just try it. If. B.—Write toi Ladles' Advisory Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat tanooga, Tenn., for Special Instruc tions, and 64-page book, "Home Treat ment (or Women," sent In plain wrap per, on request. NOT THE DESIRED RESULT. 00» à f ( fl nil'J ac iQfU f 'i üii ill "What luck did you have with thai fellow who advertised to make you taller?" "I found after I had paid him that I was shorter." Severely Logical. It was a Welsh minister who de scribed the devil to a little congre gation in a remote Welsh valley. Bald the minister: "The devil is bound round the mid dle with chains, and round the arms with chains and round the legs with chains. But, John Jones," pointing to , a man In the front row, *he can reach you; and you, David Evans," pointing to one in the middle row, "he can reach you, and," pointing to one at the back, "John Williams, he can reach you." And then a man in the gallery called out, "Why, he might as well be loose."—London Globe. The Suffragette's Answer. "And where, my fellow citizen,'" ap pealed the political speaker, "can wa find an instrument bo fit, so delicate, so adjustable, and at the same time so unassuming and popular that It will unlock every department of state for the benefit of Its readers?" "The hairpin!" shrieked an enthu siastic suffragette in the audience.— Judge. As to Coping. "Drink is the worst evil with which we have to cope." "Yes, and isn't it remarrkable that so many people insist on coping with it regularly?" The Paxton Toilet Co. of Boston, Mass., will send a large trial box of Paxtine Antiseptic, a delightful cleans Ing and germicidal toilet preparation, to any woman, free, upon request. Agriculture supports nearly 19,000, 000 of the inhabitants of the German empire. London is the healthiest capital of Europe. Garfield Tea is admittedly the simplest and best remedy for constipation. Street gas lamps were first used in London In 1807. His Face Entirely Filled With Pimples Bruno, And Blackheads. Was Ashamed Used Resinoi, Skin Clear A Jersey City man. Thomas 170% Brunswick St., writes: Mar. 29. 1912.—"About four months ago a pimple broke out on my forehead which pained me very much. I be»an scratching It and within two weeks my face was entirely fllled with pimples and blackheads. They were not only disflgur Ing, but also painful. I was ashamed to walk on the streets and soon became dis couraged. I tried many remedies such failure e "' °° ld cream - etc - but al > were a i 1 of th8 Res,no1 Soap and Resi noi Ointment in the papers, and soon sent for samples which I used Thev proved to be excellent, and after using two cakes of Resinoi Soap and a Jar of Resinoi Ointment, It remov ed every pimple and blackhead In sieht. This treatment lasted about three weeks and now my skin Is clear and healthy' I gave some Resinoi Ointment to a friend and it cured him of sycosis (or barber's Itch). My family use Resinoi Z t0,!e t and shampoo; it stops R mm q falIln * halr - 1 re commend Resinoi Soap and Ointment for all skin troubles." Resinoi Soap and Ointment stop Itch L D £ ,n !i, antly .-. and c " jIck 'y heal eczema and other skin and scalp eruptions, as well u sores, burns, and bleeding piles Your druggist sells them (Soap, 25c Ointment, 50c and $1). For a sample of each write to Dept. 6 K, Resinoi Chemi cal LARGEST JUDGMENT IN HISTORY A $1,200,000 JUDGMENT AGAINCT A. S. BIGELOW. The Fine Will Total Up $2,500,000. Victor in Suit Is Old Dominion Copper Company. Washington.—One of the largest judgments against an individual ever decreed by the supreme court of the United States was announced Tues day against Albert S. Bigelow of Bos ton. He will be called upon to pay a judgment of $1,200,000, together with the interest, which probably will bring the total to $2,500,000. The victor on the suit is the Old Dominion Copper and Smelting Com pany. Bigelow and Leonard Lewisohn of New York promoted the company, and while owning its stock sold it cer tain properties at an enormous profit. Then they sold their stock to the "in nocent public" and the company, un der the control of the "innocent" stockholders, then sued Lewisohn, in New York, for the profits. The com pany lost. Then Bigelow was sued by the com pany in Massachusetts and the courts of that state laid down the far-reach ing principle that the company, no longer controlled by its promoters, could rescind its contract to purchase the property from them and make Bigelow accountable. Conseo.uently Bigelow was directed to pay the com pany $1,200,000. Corporation lawyers are in a quan dary as to the law. The court in 1908 affirmed the New York decision, which held the company could not thus recover, while Tuesday it like wise affirmed the Massachusetts de cision, which allowed it to recover. The decision dealt exclusively with the question whether the Massa chusetts court was controlled by the New York decision under the "full faith and credit clause" of the consti tution. The Massachusetts courts will be called upon to enforce the judg ment. A $13,000,000 Concern Chartered. Austin, Tex.—Texas Power and Light Company, capitalized at $13, 000,000, and taking over the proper ties, franchises and business permits of the Waco Electric and Gas Com pany, Waco; Waxahachie Electric and Gas Company, Waxahachie; Cleburne Electric and Gas Company, Cleburne; Hillsboro Electric and Gas Company, Hillsboro; Sherman Electric and Gas Company, Sherman; Bonham Electric and Gas Company, Bonham; Temple Light and Power Company, Temple; "certain privileges and franchises granted to J. F. Strickland and asso ciates" by the city of Temple, and certain easements and contracts granted to the Southern Traction Company, builder of the interurban railway out of Dallas south, filed its charter with the secretary of state Tuesday. Dallas is'to be the head quarters of the corporation. Adcrafters End Texas Tour. Houston, Tex.—Houston was thrown open to the touring members and dele gates of the Associated Advertising Clubs of America on Monday and the entire day was devoted to their en tertainment by the city officials of Houston and the Houston Adcraft Club and their committees. From the time the advertising men reached Houston from Galveston at sunrise until they left the city bound for Dal las and their homes in every part of the United States and Canada at sun set, Texas hospitality was demon strated in every part of the city, not only by the committees having the reception in charge, but by all other citizens. As the visitors ended their Texas tour with the entertainment at Houston, they were given every atten tion and shown every courtesy. Distress Among Flood Refugees. New Orleans, La.—Stories of dire distress among 1,400 refugees in the vicinity of Jena, La., in La Salle par ish, were received Tuesday by Dr. Oscar Dowling, president of the Louis iana state board of health, in a letter from Dr. Xewhauser, special repre sentative of the board, which is in charge of the medical and sanitary work among the refugees in the Biack River section. Dr. Newhauser said he had just completed a trip of twenty-five miles up the Black River, and that 1,400 refugees—950 negroes and 450 white persops—were clamoring for food and are in need of medicine. No rations had been issued these people within ten days, the doctor re ported, and then only 500 half ra tions were issued. Balloon Forced to Land. St. Louis, Mo.—Van Hoffman and Captain Foreman were forced to land at Roseville on account of a storm. They left San Antonio, Tex., Sunday in a balloon. The Lahm Cup is now held by A. R. Hawley. Roseville is in Warren County, 137 miles north of St. Louis. It is about 900 miles on an air line from San Antonio. Haw ley's record is 1,171.9 miles. Neither balloonist was injured. School Bond Election Carries. Odem, Tex.—In the bond election held recently the issue carried by 22 votes. Eighty-five votes, or about 90 per cent, were polled. The bonds to be issued are for a $15,000 school building for this district. The build ing will be located at Odem, and will be the second high school in the county. Former President of Peru Dies. Lima, Peru.—Alejandro Lopez de Romana, president of Peru from 1899 to 1905, died Monday. Many Moors Are Killed. Paris.—A report received states that 10,000 Moors Lave made an attack on the French camp at Merida, near the Algerian frontier; that the French troops lost 150 killed and 380 wound ed, and that the Moors were repulsed, leaving 1,000 dead and 3,000 wounded. Eighty Persons Killed. Castellon, Spain.—Eighty persons were killed Monday in a theater fire at Villareal, which was caused by the explosion of a clemateograph. ROTECTED Against So Many Surgical Op erations. HowMrs.Bethune and Mrs. Moore Escaped. r ose Sikeston, Mo.—"For seven years I suf fered every thing I was in bed for four or five days at a time every month, and so weak I could hardly walk. I cramped and had backache and headache, and was so nervous and weak that I dreaded to see anyone or have any one move in the room. The doctors gave me medicine to ease me times, and said that I ought to have an operation. I would not listen ta that, and when a friend of my husband told him about Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound and what it had done for his wife, ^jjyas willing to take it Now I look tiii ^Wture of health and feel like it, too. I can do my own housework, hoe my garden, and milk a cow. I can entertain company and enjoy them. I can visit when I choose, and walk as far as any ordinary woman, any day in the month. I wish I could talk to every suffering woman and girL "—Mrs. D ema B ethune , Sikeston, Mo. Murrayvilje, 111.—"I have taken Ly dia EL Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for a very bad case of female trouble and it made me a well woman. My health was all broken down, the doctors said I must have an operation, and I was ready to go to the hospital, but dreaded it so that I began taking your Compound. I got along so well that I gave up the doctors and was saved from the opera tion."—Mrs. Charles Moore , R. R. No. 3, Murrayville, 111. 80 LIKE HIM. (if J m Cholly—That photograph Dolly took of me turned out to be a perfect blank —did she tell you about it? Daisy—' y es; she told me It was a perfect likeness! Antidrudgery Club. Six women in Chicago have organ ized a club to lessen household cares. The club Is the possessor of an elec tric vacuum cleaner, one electric washing machine, two electric irons and a fan for drying the washing. The only dues are those required for the upkeep of these labor savers, and this amount has been estimated to be about three cents a week. The Ini tiation fee consists of the price of the apparatus divided into six equal parts The members arrange their work so that a small boy may take the appara tus around to each in turn. They live In one neighborhood, so the affair is easily arranged. How practical; how easily the idea could be explained to take In any number of housekeepers. What a help It would be in solving the servant problem.—American Club Woman. "Silent Actors" Not Silent. Ten-cent grand .opera is fast near ing a reality. A patent was granted last week to C. Milton of London, Eng., for com bining a phonograph and a moving picture machine, so that they will op erate in absolute harmony. As soon as this patent is placed on the market, it will in all probabil ity mean that moving picture shows will soon have phonographs In their houses, and will reproduce the words or songs of the now "silent actors" at the same time that the film Is be ing projected on the screen. Substitute for Third Degree. A New York dentist advocates laughing gas as a substitute for the police third degree. He believes that this, the least dangerous of anesthet ics, lays open what already Is In the mind, unconscious of the search for its secrets. He believes that if a man who has committed a serious crime should be* questioned about It during a certain stage of recovery from nitrous oxide, or laughing gas anaesthesia, he would not only reply and truthfully, but half a minute later he would realize fully what he had said. When Caesar Crossed the Rubicon. Julius Caesar was about to cross the Rubicon. "In an extreme case like this," he said, blithely, "I wouldn't mind going through the Hudson River Tube, even if I had to pay seven cents for the privilege." In Pompeii. "Look at all this smashed earthen ware!" exclaimed the tourist. "Things were pretty generally shat tered," replied the guide. "I should say sol A volcanic erup tion Is worse than a hired girl." Paw Knows Everything. Willie —Paw, what Is a family cir cle? Paw—A Paw—A wedding ring, my son. egg Is al bumen. r\ 17 State Street (Consolidated) N P I I I I r p I ■aoauM of thOMugty, grizzly, «ray halr«. U m "LA ORlÖLTM!AI^ORE8SIWQ^PRiöl7^o^»tSr VENICE A CITY OF DREAMS Many Charms for the Tourist In This Picturesque City of Italy. To the wanderer in Italy, Venice has a peculiar attraction. Arrive there at sunset, or better still by moonlight, and you will fancy yourself trans planted to some city of dreams. VVItn daylight this feeling may wear off to some extent, although there Is never, at any time, as much bustle and stir in Venice as In other towns. Morn ing, noon or night, Venice has a fas cination all her own. This is partly due to the fact that she is a city built on the water. To explore Venice and to become Intimately acquainted with her, a gon dola is not a necessity; rather It Is a luxury for sunset evenings and moonlight nights. It is a deiigbtful experience, and not a difficult one, to find one's way about Venice on foot; quaint, old world corners are discov ered, bits of ancient architecture, carved doorways and little bridges, with a feast of color here, there and everywhere. Apart from all the beau ty of scenery, there is the enthralling interest evoked by her nistory and traditions. Among the tradition« we read that St. Theodore was the first patron saint of Venice, to be superseded later on by St. Mark.. The wanderer in Ven ice becomes familiar wltn the Lion of St. Mark. More prominently than anywhere is It to be seen on one of tue columns on the Piazzetta, whilst on the other Is St. Theodore. These col umns of beautiful red and gray gran ite are supposed to have come orig inally from Syria. They were erect ed by a Lombard engineer.—Christian Science Monitor. BABY'S ECZEMA ANC BOILS "My son was about three weeks old when I noticed a breaking-out on his cheeks, from which a watery sub stance oozed. A short time after, his arms, shoulders and breast broke out also, and In a few dayB became a solid scab. I became alarmed, and called our family physician who at once pro nounced the disease eczema. The lit tle fellow was under treatment for about three months. By the end of that time, he seemed no better. I be came discouraged. v I dropped the doc tor's treatment, and commenced the use of Cuticura Soap and Ointment, and in a few days noticed a marked change. The eruption on his cheeks was almost healed, and his shoulders, arms and breast were decidedly bet ter. When he was about seven months old, all trace of the eczema was gone. "During his teething period, his head and face were broken out In boils which I cured with Cuticura Soap and Ointment. Surely he must have been a great sufferer. During the time of teething and from the time I dropped the doctor's treatment, used the Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment, nothing else, and when two years old he was the picture of health. His complexion was soft and beauti ful, and his head a mass of silky curls. I had been afraid that he would never be well, and I feel that I owe a great deal to the Cuticura Remedies." (Signed) Mrs. Mary W. Ramsey, 224 E. Jackson St., Colorado Springs, Col., Sept. 24, 1910. Although Cuticura Soap and Ointment are sold by drug gists and dealers everywhere, a sam ple of each, with 32-page book, will be mailed free on application, to "Cuti cura," Dept. L, Boston. Genuine Maple 8ugar. There are few people outside the maple sugar making districts, says a writer in the Country Gentleman, who really know what the genuine article tastes like. The superior flavor thus spoken of is probably due in a de gree to the same causes that make strawberries eaten off the vine and cherries consumed on the tree so de lectable. The writer quoted, however, puts some of the blame for the poor flavor of commercial maple sugar on the "wily wholesale dealer and mixer." To Revive House Plants. Charcoal and a small quantity of potash mixed to a fine powder and fed to the roots twice a week for a few weeks will revive a drooping or dying house plant. This seems to act as a tonic and has been tried several times with good effect. In less than a month's time the plant will take on new life and flourish vigorously If all the necessary elements are not out of the soil. _ Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for infants and children, and Bee that it Bears the Signature of In Use For Over 30' years. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria Judged by the Wires. Hostess (to her little guest)—So j ou don't burn gas up at your house at all? Dorothy—Oh, no, indeed; every bit of light we use is sent by telegraph. TO DRIVE OCT MALARIA AND BUILD UP T; ['ASTTRL" Tfkç the Oid Standard GROVH' C H I LL TONIC. Ton know what »?* formula 1« plainly printed onerer y bottle! showing Uu simply Quinine and Iron In a tastoleu form, and the most effectual form. For arum a people and children, £0 cenu. " Taught by Experience. Okes—Is there a green grocer near bere? Owens—No; they're all wise." Owens—No; they're all wise." M«. Wtnslow's Soothing Syrup for Children teething, softens the puma, reduces inflamma tion. allays pain, cures wind colic. 25c a bottla. The term reverend was first plied to a clergyman in 1657. Beware of Spring's sadden changes: keep Gsrfield Tea at hand. Drink hot on retiring. STORMS TO PREDICT SELVES Wireless Stations to Be Used to Make Tempests Send Their Own Warning Ahead. Storm centers move usually in an easterly 1 or northeasterly direction. Hence the prediction of storms on tlie Atlantic coast is possible, since most of them come from the Mississippi valley. Some come up the coast from the Caribbean sea, but even In this case we have no warning. But western Europe is less fortu nate. Its tempests come from the At lantic, and with little warning. Euro pean weather men have made as much as possible a study of the paths of American storms across the Atlantic and are sometimes accurate In pre dicting the time of tbeir arrival; the same has been done with storms com ing up from the South Atlantic. But It often happens that storms vary either their route or tne rate of movement, so that predicting cyclones on the coast of western Europe Is more or less guesswork. As a possible help In this respect Director Andre of the Lyons observa tory Is making a deep study of the galvanometer records of various wire less telegraph stations. He has found that the antennae are sensitive to any stray electric currents as well as to messages, and he hopes to discover a way to make the storms telegraph their own warning ahead of their arrival. Every storm 1s accompanied by elec trical disturbances, and already M. Andre has accumulated a mass of evi dence to show that each storm In this way gives warning. Jost bow to read this evidence Is the problem to whlcb he Is devoting himself. WHAT DID 8HE MEAN? .4/, V/ 1 m y Cholly Shallowpate—Dogs are a good deal like human beings, don't cherknow. Miss Cutting Hints— Tes, they are. Now, that dog of yours is stupid enough to have a pedigree two JHLTds l0W Ghost Talk. Aunt Caroline came running Into the dining room, her kinky hair on end. "Misses," she gasped, "I done met a ghost out dar by dé well." 'You must have been mistaken, Caroline." said the lady of the house. "There aren't any such things as ghosts." Aunt Carolina drew herself up haughtily. "Dey ain't, ain't dey? Well, what would you say If I tole you this *un done spoke to me 7 Yessum, I heered him." "Why, what did he say?" "Say," sniffed the dusky mistress of the meals, "how you specs I know? I nebpr learned deBe here dald lan gwlches." Best Business Creator. As a business creator, what is there better than advertising? Have you ever asked that question of yourself? The millions that advertising has made for merchants are uncountable, yet there are business men who even now don't believe In advertising, just as there are people who still think it is safer and more convenient to travel in a prairie schooner behind a pair of slow oxen than in a Pullman palace car. Yet this type of business man is seldom rated in commercial rating books.—Exchange. A Quarter Century Before the public. Over five million free samples given away each jear. The con stant and increasing sales from samples £ roves the genuine merit of Allen's Foot läse, the antiseptic powder to be shaken into the shoes for Corns, Bunions, Aching, Swollen, Moist, Tender feet. Sold every where 25c. Don't accept any substitute. Sample free. Address, Allen S. Olmsted. Le Roy, N. Y. On the Train. "Mercy, Laura, what do you mean by beginning to write just as soon as the train pulls out?" "Oh, I'm just writing a post card to my husband, telling him we arrived safely." There is very little fighting done in the world, considering the number nf men who go around with chips on their shoulders. Mors Important than the choloa of Presi dent Is the selection of Garfield Tea as th* remedy for ooostlpailon and biliousness. A North Dakota man has an 11-foot beard. Pomade feline A choice dressing and preservative for the hair. Highly refined; delicately perfumed. Checks dandruff and keeps scalp In healthy condition. Pomade Vaseline is put up in attractive bottles and in collapsible tubes. Insist on Pomade VASELINE. If your dealer doss not carry It, write us. taZ",h , :y , oS^/' ad ,. to .r» 4 yoa lll"»ti»ted booklet, n pp. deacrib addïîi^p? i"" 1 ™ p«p »raUo.u for toilet and family Chesebrough Manufacturing Company r\ 17 State Street (Consolidated) N (teCBWUCl Nrw ■«* an tlie At of of Is r® 'jfA 1ÏW Keep Your Eye on that Can g When • ; -J Buying , ™ Baking | S PowdeijS | For this is § § the baking' g g powder that g g 'makes the g g baking better." g ig It leavens the food g £ evenly throughout; a • puffs it up to airy ® § lightness, makes it g fdelightfullyappetiz- a ing and wholesome. ^ • Remember, Calumet a la 2*« v\rt<*A ■ _ is moderate in price _ • —highest in quality. ■ Ê Ask your grocer for \ m Calumet. Don 't take ■ g a substitute. f ■ • BAKING I tVi (ALUMEj K g ip BAKING POtft** y CHICAGO Ask for this Box it'sthe goodness of this root beer ss well as its tonic proper. ties that make it I so great a favorite, One pMkif* mOa • rwritotu Un't i a>ll Tea a pwU SSe. flMMllTtl Writm for prmiam pau/i. THE CHARLES E. HIRES CO. 235W. Broad St.. PhilxUlphia. Pm. ■ ■ caBeaa. Xt uppiLs,«* «ta n m rmM *f AUTO OWNERS ATTENTION Don't Buy Any Tires UNTIL YOU Q KT OUR PRICKS SAVE LEAST 3Q% Giarasttcd Tires Sold bytkt Only Logic*) Mstfiod. Scad joar Bam« *mà race!?» FR&E BOOEkLBT «ntitUd 3 WAYS PREMIER Sij-^Lgar^ DAISY FLY KILLER £sf .'.T.T; S Cits. Neat, clean o* camental, convenient cheap, laiti all ■ •«■Ol. Made of metal, can" t up! 11 or tl p orer; wlU net «oll of Injure aaythlag. Guaranteed effective, Sold by dealers« « aent prepaid for M. HAEOLD SOMEES, ISO DeKalb A t*., Breoklya, X. T PREVENTION" better than cure. Tutt's Pills If taken In tlas ere not only m remedy lor, but wUl prevent SICK HEADACHE, biliousn ess, constipation and kindred diseases. tuffs Alls THE NEW FRENCH REMEDY. No.I.No.2,9o .Sa T" U C D A F» I BLI Used In french I nCnAriUll Hospitals wlti ess* 1 suceras, cürks kidney. sladds S dissasm. PILES. OHBOKIC ULCERS, flKIS ERUPTIONS—EITHER SIX Bend .nv-low. fr>r PRES bnokl.t to DR. LK CLKRO HMO. CO., HAVEBSTOCK BD., HAMPSTEAD, LONDON. 1*0. DEFIANCE STARCH to tbe Ins, RADIES of good standing make pocket money. D# book sefcema. Applj Ferwin iAd„ WoUaston, Ma* W. N. U.. HOUSTON, NO. 22-1912.