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cnuNA owo THE AMERICAN BOY. ) it at all stranga (hat some of the qualities and vlrtui't which be longed to our women In an older day are iiow being transferred to the op posite sex! Cun we marvel at tlie production of self sacrificing Ameii rau hoy, who goes to work Ha soon aa he has. finUhed at the high school, ot even at the grammar achool, and rcg ulurly put a share of bla vntK- IMO , the family fund that In ending Kdltli j or Mabel to VuaHar or Ilryn Mnwrl Certainly tho living American hoy ol eighteen or twenty measures well ui j In the scale of merit with any young j Kl r tlitit the world ha yet produced, j b.i.vs the New Vork Mall. Wo hear I 1 good di al of complaint about hU j cigarette smoking, and bin rongl ' ways and Impertinence, and other do : fecta; but If hla dissipations wcro U !). compared with the heavy drink j lug and law, ss propensities of th Kmart youth of 50 years ago, he woulS be found to be rather a im.uel of con j duct than otherwise. He Ih better : not worse, than his father m at tin aume nge. And he la niore thorough ly Imbued with the notion that It li j his duty In life to be competent, ant j strong, and productive, than any othoi boy who ever looked out upon th great world with eager eyes. j The official announcement thnl th Jnath rate In the United Stutes las' iiar dropped to 15 per 1,000 of popu .ailoa In Indicative of the lncn-iihlnj 1 ralibl'ulnesa of tho country. With th single exception of Great Britain nl'.ich surpasses this nation by a frao ;ion, the I'nlti d Slates now h: tin ort deathrate of any country In tht world. While the decrease Is aiti ibut Hi larpuly to the ab?onee of grav ; 'j idrnilcs, the facts are highly ied!t jble and show that we are making not ; ililo progress In everything pertaining i :o hygiene. Tho crusades against tin J "white plague" and other ailment! ; hlch have contributed greatly to tin ; mortality lists are evidences of effeo "Jve co-operation on the part of bene ; fie ence and sanitary science. It may be that the young women ol the west are turning eastward, wbert more sedate habits prevail; and It may also be that the young women ol the east no longer have the same de elre to go west that they did when I possible "Virginian" was waiting a' every ranch to make romantic love t visitors. The fact of the matter it that school-teachers are now ver much In demand all over the country pays the St. Louis Times. The num ber of schools and Instructors Is con stantly Increasing, and there are post at home for those who like the work of teaching, and who are properly equipped for It. American potatoes have won a nota ble victory. For thirty-five years they have been barred out of France on the ground that many of them were affected by a disease that might con tamlnate the French tubers. As a matter of fact American potatoes are about as healthy aa any that are gto-n. The French scientists, hnv ing Investigated the matter thorough ly, have concluded that there la nc good ground for exclusion, and Amer Iran potatoes will be admitted freely. As the French potato crop Is poor this year such action assures an im portant addition to the food supply. .New Jersey is moving for the con- , etructlon of a ship canal across the etate as a link in the proposed coastal waterway between Boston and Florida. I Thus a new field of endeavor is likely ' to be opened for the enterprising New ! Jersey mosquito. That Frenchman who ascended in an aeroplane to the height of 9,121 feet and froze his carburetor should be allowed to keep his altitude record ; unbroken. Frost bites achieved in ! high altitudes add nothing to the joy : of the human race. A picture entitled "Tho Bath of Diana" has recently been sold for $200,000. Somehow, we can't help feeling that if we were going to pay $200,000 for a picture we should wish to get one that we could show to our girl friends. Scientists have recently discovered that it Is hard to get back to work on Monday, but In many other respects the savanta are quite abreast of the times. Twelve dollars having been stolen from a Georgia editor, let us have no more Jokes about the lack of prosper ity of southern Journalists. If there are a great number of hens of the Bcranton, Pa., variety we can expeot the price of eggs to drop in a few days. When a town has only one barbel It might be well for a guardian to be sent along with him when be leave the city. Built Nest In Old Pump. A pair of tits have built their seat at Hlghmoor, Wlgton, Cumberland. England, In a disused and one-time fa mous Iron pump, which formerly stood In Wlgton Market-Place, and was r ferred to by Charles Dickens in on of hla books. Immn Palm Leave. Palm trees have (.le largest leave Th Inaja palm of the A ma on coun ter ha leave which reach a lengtk rt trom 80 to f0 feet, and a breadO ot bom 10 to 12 fet I The K li 131 TT T Fm-ihsg Dir.mond In. Elephant , Examining the Interior of an elephant with the aid of the X-ray In order to locate a valuable Jewel wai the novel operation recently performed. The animal, taking sugar from the hand of an admirer, accidentally took also a diamond ring worth $450 and ewallowed it. The great beast's hide was marked off Into sections and the X-ray jhotographlo plates used were num bered to correspond. The ring was located and recovered. POINTS ON TEMPERATURE. Miles City, Mont., holds the record for variation in temp rature. The highest temperature recorded there is 111 degrees, which Is within 8 degrees of the highest recorded in the Vnited States. Miles City's lowest mark has been 67 degrees below tero, which is truly arctic. Tho iange between these two extremes is 17S degrees, which la a record. Phoer.Ix, Ariz., holds the record for the hottest weather, 119 Jegrees. Yuma saw the mercury touch 118 degrees. The southern tip of Florida is the only spot In the Vnited States which has never been known .o freeze. The most equable climate In that oountry is found In Tatoosh Island, In the Strait of Juan de Fuea, between Washington and Vancouver Island, where the temperature never baa been above 80 degrees, and rarely falls below 56 degrees. London Globe. PORTABLE FOLDING BOAT Some genius in Europe has devised a novel boat that alrendy is gaining great favor. It is so constructed that it can be folded to resemble a large valise, the package containing paddle, floats and other necessaries, and the whole contrivance Is ho l:ght tiat It can bo arried easily iy a roan. The box in .vbich the loofie parts are packed form.! he body of the boat, which is kept afloat by means of cigar-shaped "bal loons" into which air is pumped. IS THE NUMBER 13 UNLUCKY? What Is known as the "hoodoo" of number IS would seem to have been dispelled in the recent marriage at St. Louis of Miss Ethel Watson and Thomas Finnegan. According to the presumably veracious record of the event the couple met August 13, 1908, were engaged March 13, 1910, bought their home August 13. Lest these were not enough thirteens, Tuesday, September 13, is also the bride' birthday, and thirteen guests wer present at the wedding breakfast REMOVING . THE STOMACH The operation of removing the en tire stomach was first successfully performed by Schlater of Zurich, in 1897. Mr. Vassallo, a Burgeon of Ar gentina, now reports having performed other operations, and considers their gravity .more apparent than real. Four months after the complete removal of this organ the patient was In ex--ollent health, with no Inconvenience .xcept the necessity of eating often and but little at a time. LIVELY RACE FOR A WIFE A taxicab won out In a 38-mile race with a train at Tacoma, Wash., the stake being a wife. The young hus band, Charles Marvin, alighted from a train at Seattle to purchase some cigars, and returning saw the coach ontaining his newly-made bride pull- out from the depot. Marvin at 9 hired a taxicab and started on a e after the train. They were two inute behind at Auburn, 15 miles rom Seattle, but with better roads from there on th peed ot the ma chine increased and when they pulled Into the station at Tacoma they were ten minute ahead of the train, and the resourceful husband rejoined his astonished young wife. D0GT UNUSUAL ADVENTURE A otter hound belonging to the frowhurst (Sussex) pack, and a ttr ier have had a remarkable adventur Durlnn a hunt at Sidley Erldge the. were lost In a big drain, where thej J jinaltid Imprisoned for 17 days. Men T! T.ri TT A 7 wopio s womeeFS STRANGE THINGS FOUND IN VARIOUS PORTIONS OF THE EARTH V FIFTEEN TCWNS TO FORM A METROPOLIS If the plans of certain ambitious spirits In the Rhenlsh-Westphullan In dustrial districts are carried out, Ber lin will shortly lose Its position as the largest city In Germany. They have mapped out a scheme for amalgamat ing fifteen towns, which will create a metropolis with an Imposing popula tion of more than 2,600,000 persons. Berlin numbers only 2,150,000 or thereabouts. The towns which plan this raid on Berlin's metropolitan pre eminence ar Essen, Dnsseldorf, Hague, Elberfeld, Barmen, Wltten, Dortmund, Bochum, Gelsenkircben, Wattenscheld, Heme, Hattingen, Mul helm, Duisberg and Oberhausen. Much water will flow beneath tho bridges of Berlin's placid Spree be fore the Rhenish-Westphallan scheme fructifies; but they are determined men, those glanta who live In the proximity of the Krupp works, and the imperial capital may have to look for Its laurels after all. TH0RNLESS ROSES This Is the day In walch old adages are being relegated to the scrap heap, and the one about every rose having Its thorn will now hav to give way before the advance ol science. It seems that a woman, Mrs. W. J. Beggs of Seattle, has succeeded In producing this prlckless variety. For years she was neighbor of Luther Burbank, the California wizard; each tried to pro duce th thornless rose, but without success. Then Mrs. Beggs concluded that the trouble lay in tho climate, and she moved to Seattle, where she succeedsd In .producing a flower of great beauty and of a fragrance which is second to that of none of the roses which grow. The stem is smooth like that of a lily. Pathfinder. Sicily's Gay Wine Harvest lr" 4vV VNVvf vav . v ! iV'!. i ? ' f 7'.', i p :: at iVv ' $jj . I y , ' ' ilr The win harvest in Sicily, whan that beautiful Island I not devastated by earthquake and storm, Is a time of much gayety. The celebration of th oatherlng of the grape ometlm take the form of procession of men bearing fruit-laden basket and headed by om of their number playing drums, accordions and triangle. crawled through the drain more than once, but nothing was seen or heard of the dog and they were given up as dead. Later a woman In a cottage some 300 yards from the mouth of the drain, while acrubblng her floor, heard moan ing underneath. The drain was opened, and the terrier was found Jammed In a nine-Inch pipe and the otter In the chamber of the drain near by. Both were, emaciated and weak, but are sow doing well. Dldnt Catch Him. A Mlssourian who bought Bom Texas land and wanted to unload It told a prospective buyer that It had "doubled In value since I bought It" "But," said the other, "you offered to sell It to me for the samo prlo you paid. How has it doubled In valuat" "Well, you see, I gave twice a much as It wa worth." Kansas DIty Star. Expense Not, v.n exchange say that matche are aper than gas. This cannot mean d kind that are made under tbxi jar- j ga. Boston Herald. 71 "jr3 l I DREAM REUNITES SISTERS After a nrpnrutlun of almost half a century two slaters have been reunited In their old ago by means of a dream, lireai.ilng that her sinter, Mrs. Louisa t 'oriel to. whom bhe hud not seen for some lll'ty years, was living in Glouces ter, N. J., Mil. Laura J. Collver of Newark. N. J .ent u letter to tho post nmctiT at Gloucester usklng for Infor mal Inn. The return mull brought tho tidings th it Mrs. C'orlotto lived there, and soon the slaters met. Thero was an affecting scene wlivn Mrs. Colvor arrived at Gloucester. The sis ters had been separated since the doath of their father In Baltimore, and each b jlleved that the other wa dead. Mrs. Collver said that Bho had tho dream a month previous to the hnppy reunion. It inipr -saed her so much that she wroto to tho postmaster at Gloucester. After handing her letter over to Mrs. Corletto, the poatmaster sent a noto to Mrs. Collver. By th next post Mrs. Corletto sent a letter asking her sister to tome at once. Both sisters are mors than sixty five year old. They declared when they mot that It was the happiest day of thoir Uvea. PASSING OF ELTHAM PALACE The people of England who have an appreciative reverence for tho histori cal buildings of tln.ir country are re gretting the rapid decay of the royal palace of Eltham, which for three cen turies was the home of English kings and has been the scene of a long pro cession of splendor and pageantry. The great banqueting halt, which was built by Edward IV., la the sole re maining portion of the vast pile ol buildings that once formed the palace. Its beautiful roof of chestnut wood Is still In fair condition, but unless ex tensive repairs are made and kept up, the old hall will not stand much long er. The neglect of Elthara began un der Elizabeth, and later the parliament forces seized and dismantled the pal ace. TRAVELS OF A LEG "J know a wooden leg that I'd give a hundred dollars for," said the hospital doctor. "I don't want to wear it be cause I have two good flesh and blood legs of my own, but I'd like that log as a curiosity. It belongs to a man who is laid up in the fever ward. "He has traveled all over the world. From the knee to the toe the leg Is covered with the names of places and dates. Singapore, September, 1900; Cape Town, Constantinople, as fai north as Archangel, and so on around the globe." I 4 STRIKfc CAUSED BY BEES A9 extraordinary strike occurred recently at Cardiff, Wales, when the employes of a firm of sweetstufl maker ceased work owing to the ter ror caused by daily invasions by mil lions of bees. ; Driven by the bad weather and th lack of natural food, bees for milei around swarmed to the factory. Barrel loads of dead bees, gorged with i;yrup hav been carried out of the works, but every morning saw new swarma of bee, wtiioh besieged all the vats buckets, and bottles in the factory. He Could Not Quite Remember. Voltaire' plaint, "The necessity ol saying something, the perplexity oi having nothing to Myt" might hav found an echo la an audience 4 dressed for th third tlm la om service by an old guntlemaa bun4 for hla readinec to apeak. K WtM thinking while Bitting hr of thi word ot the poet," said h. "I can! Just remember the words, and th nam of the poet has gon from m4 Twth' Companion. HAPPE TECS: Forging the Big Panama Canal Gates WOULD T'Ui (AHL HU5KY KiOli'f. l.SUAL A 67lt LIKE dat- PIT'I'SBl'IKi, PA. Mischievous boys dreaming of cales to bt curried (iway and future Hallowe'en trophies would not In the wiUh.st nlghtuiurcs Imagine such enormous gal 'a a uie being made In Pittsburg for th Puna tun cunal. They w ill ho the lait'.est gate In the world. Any onn of tho 1)2 of them u'ill be about us high as a six story building, us wide as many city build ngs are (05 feet), and seven feet in p or thick. The structural steel that will go to nake them will weigh fiC.OOO tons, or nore than right times ns much as v. an used to build the Kiffel tower In Palis. The mighty portals, designed to ad ilk u world's comiuerco from one jiean to anotln-r, must withstand a Ide of criticism a well as a tremen louM pres. lire of water and possible ?onvu!slons of enrth. For years the .ontrovi rsy over gates or no gates, .oeks or sea level, has been the di viding Issue of the canal problem. In the face of fear in soino quar :ers that the foundations on thu I .lh .i;us are not sure nough for locks, 'hat earthquakes or water pressure iou!d dislodge them, mid that an ene Trade Fate Le::T c . V . ; If V-W YORK. Another Is likely to be ,l4 added to the list of tiagic deaths i in the family of Mls. Adelaide Cum- ailng of this city. She is now in Bos i 'on, summoned there by a peculiar ac cident to her sister wno, on ner imriy i cond birthday put on a new dress of ihe hobble skirt variety, and as she was going downstairs, tripped and fell. Her hip bone was broken and various .omplications have set in which may rnuse her death. Miss Gumming is still a young wom an, but misfortune has been with her all her Hie. Her grandfather was wrecked and drowned at sea; her father killed in a boiler explosion; nno sister crushed by a trunk, anoth er killed by a snowball and a third by gangrene; a nephew went down In the Maine, another was killed in the San Francisco earthquake, and their mother Is now Insane. James G. Cumming, grandfather of Everybody Helps to y AXSAS CITY, KAN. 1 he Armour tL dale district has set the pace and now this city is going to be a spot less town. An idea, a circular letter aud a few postage stamp did th work In Armoiirdale. Mr. Dean, commissioner of parks, selected tho town-cleaning day and then mailed the letters to all of the business and professional men in that part of town, inviting them to meet, properly equipped with Implement, at Shawnee park. As early as 7:30 the" Shawnee park district looked like a brickyard dis :rict when a mad-dog alarm has been rounded. There were men of all sizes and wearing all sorts of working upparel and carrying many descrip tors of implements. When all hands had gathered around the bandstand, It was found that the group included lawyers, doctors, ministers and busi ness men, and that they meant busi ness. The party was divided, into three Refusal cf Water WOULD JUST( Us 5001 DRINK NITRIC ACID AS WATER' TAKE Vrr away PHILADELPHIA, PA. Lying fa the Garretson hospital In a critical condition from a badly lacerated scalp, which he sustained when hit by a street .car, Albert Maxwell, fifty one years of age, steadfastly refuses to drink water in any form because he doesn't like it. He declares he has been a total abstainer from nature's beverage for the last thirty years, and Is willing to take a chance of giving up his life rather than touch water again. When Maxwell was taken to the hospital he was placed on the oper ating table while the physicians sewed Well Described. A little girl was walking quietly along the street with her mother when she espied a ferocious-looking but ami able bulldog approaching. With a Jlt tla scream she clung to her mother, crying- "Oh, mother, quick, look at to dog with the tangled face." Many Fall to Pas. Only twenty of every hundred can didates for tho London police force are successful In passing the entrance -osaminatlou ' 1't : -im.s v " i V if .1 my s mines or accidental rxpmaiou might easily destroy them, the gov ernment has begun to build tho gates. Tho eobt will bo $3.i0l).0l)0. Of the (IU.uiju tons of bteel required, tho heavle.1t MligU) pieces will weigh about eighteen toiiB. Tho thouHimda of Individual pieces, numbered and M ted to r,o together as easily a chll drtn's blocks, will bo shipped by steamer Mu Baltimore nnd with theiii will go more than four hundred sklllod structural steel builders from Pit'" burg to set tie m. Tho udvam o guard of experts will leave here In !) cc-tuber und the first work probably wil begin early In 19I1. Thu location of the 40 pair of gates will be, 20 at the C.atun dum on the Pacific sklo. 12 at Pedro Miguel, nnd 14 at Mira (lores, near tho Atlantic en trance. The gales are designed to hold buck water 47.4 foot deep In a channel 110 feet wldo, which means a pressure of a million pounds. The weight of a lnglo gate will bo about COO tons, and the dimensions are 77 to 82 feet high. GO to 75 fe.et wide and 7 feet thick. Kach lock will be amplo for a ship DO per cent, larger than any vessel ntloat, and it has been estimated that as many as a hundred ocean ships may be handled In a single day. There are no locks approaching these In size. Tho famous Sue canal is a sea level affair and the few (Treat lock canals would have to com bine their gates to equal the size and strength of the great doors or Pan ama. Pursues a Family the pn sent Gumming generation, wai a sailor of Salem, Mass., and went down with his ship when Miss Cum ming wua a young girl. Her fat hoi was blown to dentil in a boiler ex plosion In Salem. He-was a merchant nnd simply happened along when tin boiler let loose. Only parts of hii body were recovered. One sister wai breaking wood over her knee whei sho fractund her kneecap. The leg was amputated but gangrene caused hor death. Another was killed by t snowball In which a stone was im bedded and a third was caught while packing a trunk. Tho lid crushed hei head. The unhappy fate of. the famllj seemed to descend to the branches, fo one of Miss Cummlng's nephews wai lost in the San Francisco earthquak in one of the collapsed buildings whlct took fire. A brother of this lad, En sign Matthews, had perished on th Maine In Havana harbor. These trag edies so preyed on the mind of the mother, Miss Cummlng's sister, thai she became violently insane and li now in a Massachusetts asylum. Now the lust near relative of Miss Cum ming is in a hospital, and it is impossl ble to say whether she will escape the family fate or not. Make City Clean sections. Wagons furnished by the city and by business firms were on hand to follow the workers and col lect the results of their labor. Up one side of the street and down the other tbey worked, cleaning the street and parkings of weeds and papers and piling them for the wagons to collect and cart away. And school boys who had not been detained at home to clean yards followed the shovel and hoe brigade with brooms, sweeping up the dirt the shovelers had missed. And the women were working, too. While their husbands were cleaning the streets, they were sweeping the yards, picking up tin cans and pa per and cutting the dead weeds. In all parts of the city women could be seen, raking up leaves and trash and even repairing fences. The churches had men working cleaning and re pairing the property and the school Janitors were busy in the schoolhouse yards. It Is the Intention before long to have the 14,000 school children of the city organized into Juvenile league for the purpose of assisting in this work. , "This is only a starter," Mr. Dean explained. "All of Kansas City, Kan., will be cleaned the same way." May Cost His Life up his scalp, which had been almost completely torn off the skull. Max well stood the operation well. As he 'straightened up ready to bo assigned a bed Doctors Ross and Silk offered him a glass of water. "I never use it," wa Maxwell's re sponse to the proffered drink. The physicians and the nurses regarde the statement as a Joke. Next morn ing the nurse offered Maxwell medi cine in the form of pills. A glass 01 water was offered him to take wiil the medicine, but Maxwell refused it He swallowed the pills without water The white of an egg was prescribec in the evening, but after Inspecting the food Maxwell declared he though there was wate in It and refused t take it. Hospital attaches are in a quandarj as to what to feed the man. Mrs Maxwell says it Is useless to coaj her husband to drink water. The Superfluities. Let me tell you that Dlogene walked on a day with a friend to see a country fair, where he saw ribbom and looking glasses, and nut-crackers, and fiddles, and hobby horses, and many other glmcracks, and having observed them and all the other fin nimbrums that make a complete coun try fair, he said to hi friend, "Lord how many things there are in thli need!" From Izaak Walton' Com world of which Diogenes hath n plete Angler. CHEERFUL WORDS FOCI SUFFERING WOMEN. No woman ran be healthy with ilen kidneys. They ate often the true cause of bearing down pulns, bead- TYrry noun achp, duzlnesa. n if tou esa etc. Keep the kidney well and hxalltj 1 easily main tained. Dean' Kidney I'lll make strong, healthy kidney. Mr John A. Link. 123 East Perry St., nucy rus, O, ays: 1 wa o terribly afflicted with kidney complalrt, I could not atlr out of bw I waH attended by nevoral doctors but they all failed to help mo. Doan' Kid ney Pill' gave 1110 relief aflor I had riven tin all hope and Boon rurud me. I have hud no kidney trouble, in three years." Remember the namo Don'. For pain by all dealers. fiO cent box. Foster-MUburn Co., Uuffalo, N. f. It isn't every ball player who can make a bit on the stag. Mrs. Wlnlnw orhln njrnm. rnrch'iji'ii tonllnni. e..n I u- mu . How would you like an unlK-ssed and lobbylcss legislature for a cbangaT ' Ko trouble to pivpnr Mrr. Auitlot Famoui liuikwhrit Flour. All Jrocr. The days of chivalry re not past A lady entered our olllce the other day and we took our feet off the desk. Pneumonia snd Contumptlon am wavt pweded bv an ordinary oold. Ilaiw In, Wizard Oil rubbed into the cheat drawa out the inthmnntion, brraku up the oold and prevents all aenoua trouble. Twin Extravagance. "I don't suppose there Is anything gets out of date quicker than wom an' hat?" "Unless it Is battleship. 8chun Wa Sure of Him. Carl Behurz was dining one nlghl with a man who had written a boo of poems, bo called, and who wai pleased with himself. The poet wa discoursing on th time-wcrn topic of politic of th me who take office. "I consider politics and politician beneath my notice," he aid. "I do not care for office. I wouldn't be senator or cabinet officer, and I douW if I could be tempted by the offer ol the presidency. For the matter ol that, I would rather be known a third-rate poet than a flrt-rate tate man. "Well, aren't youT" Schura ahouted at him. HOMESEEKERS' RATES WEST VIA NICKEL PLATE ROAD. Ticket on sale Dec. 6 and 20. Liberal return limit Ask Agent or write F. P. Parnin, T. P. A., Ft Wayne, Ind. (10) Not a Bad Chap After All. Hawks Oh, well, Jones ian't uca bad fellow, after all. Taylor What make you ay thatl "Well, he wouldn't lend me th $19 I asked him for, but he didn't tak advantage of the opportunity to give me rood advice." DISTEMPER In all its forma among all sees of boraes, ta well as dogs, cured and others in aam table prevented from having the diaeaae irith SI'OHN'S DISTEMPER CUKE. Every bottle guaranteed. Over 600.000 bottleB aold last year 50 and J1.00. Any tood druRgist, or send to manufacturer. Afrents wanted. Spolin Medical Co., Spec Contagious Diseases, Goshen, Ind. NO TIME TO LOSE. Bug Hey t Walt a minute, Mm Snail. Mrs. Snail I can't top, now; I am going to town to do some Christina hopping, and it's November nowt AN EFFECTIVE HOME MADE KIDNEY AND BACKACHE CURE Easily Prepared Medicine Which I Said to Regulate the Kidney nd End Backache. To make up enough of th "Dande lion Mixture" which 1b claimed to b a prompt cure for Backache and Kid ney and Bladder trouble, get from any good Prescription Pharmacist one-half ounce fluid extract Dandelion; one ounce Kargon Compound nd three ounces Compound Syrup of Sarsapa rllla. Shake well In a bottle, and tak in teaspoonful doses after each meal and again at bedtime. Those who have tried it say it act gently but thoroughly on th Kidney and entire urinary system, relieving the most severe Backache at once. A well-known medical authority reo ommends the prescription to be take the moment you suspect any Kidney, Bladder or Urinary disorder or feel constant dull Backache, or if the urine Is thick, cloudy, offensive or full sediment Irregular of passage or at tended by a scalding sensation; or tot too frequent urination during th night. This is a real harmless vegetable zitxture which could not cause injury to anyone and the relief which la aU to Immediately follow its use Is a rev elation to men and women who Buffet from Backache, Kidney trouble or nj form of Urinary disorder. This is surely worth trying, as it u easily mixed at home or any drugglsj will do it for you, and doeant eosi much.