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Thousands of Boldlers Contracted .. Kidney Trouble in the Civil War. i " John T. Jones, Pauls Valley, Okla., •ays: “The hardships and exposure I endured In the Civil War and when serving as a scout under Pill Cody, brought on my kidney trouble. I woe confined to bed for days and the pain through my back and limbs was tho worst I ever expe rienced. The kid ney secretions were profuse, fill- ed with blood and burned terribly, I became weak and debilitated. Soon aft. v.- I began taking Doan's Kidney Pills. 1 Improved and It was not long before I was a well man.' Remember the name—Doan’s. For sale by all dealers. DO cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. A Touch of Family Life. When the country youth proposed to tho city girl, he received the con ventional assurnnee that she would bo his sister. It happened that this youth hud sisters at home and knew exactly bis privileges. So he kissed her. At this juncture she availed herself of the sisterly right to call out to father that brother was teasing her. Father responded In good, muscular enrncst. Then the new brothcr and slstcr rela tion was dissolved by mutual consent. —J udge. Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTOIIIA, a safe and sure romctly for infanta and children, and see that It Hears the Signature of( In Use For Over 80 YoarB. The Kind You Have Always Bought ENCOURAGEMENT. First Boy— Motlior Hays It I ko BWlru.iilng she'll lick ino when I get back. Second noy (oncounißltißly)—But perhaps you won't get bark; there’s been lots of fellows drowned In thnt swimming hole. Looking After the Eggs. Lady Belly, who 1b -I yours old and never misses n trick, wns tnken the other evening to a restaurant for her supper, nnd with all the Importance nnd sprightly dignity of her years calmly ordered poached ckks on toast. While the little family group was nwaltlnt; Mb service the 'kiddle" amused herself by looking out of tho window, pressing against a screen to get a closer view of something below. Khe was warned by her mother that tho screen might give way nnd let her fall to the sidewalk, perhaps Injuring her terribly. Hite drew away, thought a minute, and then said naively: "Would I fall If the screen went out?” "You certainly would,” was her moth er's reply. ‘And would 1 get awful hurled?” "Very likely." "Then what would tho man do with the eggs?” DRINK WATER TO CURE KIDNEYS AND RHEUMATISM ? The People Do Not Drink Enough c S Water to Keep Healthy, 1 ? Says Well-Known ! o Authority. j “The numerous cnees of kidney nnd bladder diseases nnd rheumatism nro mainly due to the fact that the drink ing of water, nature's greatest medi cine, has been neglected. Stop loading your system with med icines and cure-alls; but get on the water wagon. If you are really sick, why, of course, take the proper medi cines—plain, common vegetable treat ment, which will not shatter the nerves or ruin the stomach." To cure Kheumutlsm you must mako the kidneys do their work; they aro tho (liters of the blood. They must be made to strain out of the blood tho waste matter nnd adds that enuso rheumutlsm; the urine n .ist be neu tralized so It will no longer be a source of Irritation to the bladder, nnd, most of all, you must keep these acids from forming In tho stomach. This Is tho cause of stomach trouble nnd poor digestion. For these conditions you can do no better than tnko tho following prescription; Hold Extract Dandelion, one-half ounce; Compound Kargon, ono ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, tlireo ounces. Mix by shaking well In bottlo nnd tnko In tesspoonful doses after ench meal nnd at bedtime, but don't forget tho water. Drink plenty and often. This valuable Information and si's -plo prescription should be posted up 1n each household and used at the first sign of an attack of rheumatism, backache or urinary trouble, no mats jtar bow alight The American Home WILLIAM A. Editor Mr. "William A- Radford will answer questions and *lve advice FREE OF COST on all subjects pertaining to the subject of building for the readers of this paper. On account of his wide expe rience as Editor. Author and Manufac turer. he is. without doubt, the highest authority on dll these subjects. Address all Inquiries to WlllUtoi A. Radford. No. ID4 Fifth Ave.. Chicago. 111., und'ooly iir elose two-cent stamp for reptev It Is frequently asserted that the people of the middle west have not developed tho particular art value of the building of their homes, which might be called common to the su burban communities near the cities In the east—ln fact, In most of the towns and cities of the New England states. Many Ingenious ’Statements havo been made by those who have been trying to dotermlne the cause. It Is. perhaps, after all. .simply a matter of time. It Is a noteworthy fact that the west has long since re covered from the ornate and gnudy In architecture nnd Is settling down to first principles. This Is not only truo of the cities, but also of tho rural communities, where tho Influ ence of popular magazines has been felt. The public In general Is being edu cated In the uses of cement and its vnlue nnd economy as a home-build- Ing material. A number of trade journals devoted to the uses of ce ment have wide circulation and In formation Is being sent out broadcast. Tho cement house lends Itself readily to tile requirements of the sane In architecture. It has been proved thnt tho cement house Is cooler In sum mer and warmer In winter than the frame structure. Tho Initial cost Is a little moro than that of frame, but the saving In painting bills more than offsetß that Item In the long run. Throughout the country* both In the cities and the rural communities, there are beautiful examples of tho cement house. There nre In general two clnsses of cement houses, those made of eonerote blocks and those of the plaster typo. Tho eoncrcte ma chinery Interests have been studying tho artistic demands of the block and they have succeeded In eliminating many of tho objectionable features from thnt form of building material The common objection to tho block Is Its sameness. This objection has been removed so that It Is now possible to get blocks that havo all the charac teristics of granite or of atone. The waterproofing features of tho block also have been Improved nnd the former fear that tho concrete First Floor Plan. block would provu damp and unsani tary hns been removed. The house shown In this connection Is u combination of tho block con struction and the plaster house 1 . Tho foundation and first story wnlls nre to be built of blocks, while tho sec ond story Is of rement plnster con struction. The design is a most pleas ing one and whllo plain In nppear ance It looks substantial and neat. This house ought to bo built on a large tot with plenty of trees and shrubs. Room should be provided also for a formal garden. Tho ap pearance of the houso will be ea tranced If a cement shingle roof Is provided. Cement shingles are now made that will withstand all the usage of a roof and they have proved their worth and economy. If a cement shingle Is used the entire structure from foundation to the peak of the roof will have the same gray color. The house Is twenty four feet wide and Is twenty-nine feet eight Inches long. It will be noticed by reference to the plan that no parlor Is provided, but in its place Is a large living room. This Indicates that this house Is to be lived In all over. Off the living room la a cosy nook Becond Floor Plan. provided with an open fireplace. Imagine being snugged up In that nook on a cold winter night when the wind Is howling outBlde. Back of the living room Is the dining room, and tho kitchen also Is conveniently lo cated On the second floor are two hod rooms. This Is the style of house that will alwayH And a ready sale and that Is something to be borne In mind In selecting the design of a house. Wo all expect when we build a homo to keep It for a lifetime, but in the ex perience of many the time comes by change of fortune when It becomes necessary to dispose of the house. If It Is of tho old style conventional kind no different from hundreds of others In the community, the sale Is a hard problem. But If It ts stylish the owner will havo no trouble In find ing a buyer. Infallible People. John Corbin of Itoston, author and playwright, said recently that ho had resigned the post of literary director of the New theater becauso he dis liked the superior air that such of fices carry with them. “You decline play after play,” he snld. "You make enemy after en emy. You pretend to bo Infallible, and the pose of your Infallibility la an ugly and unpopular one. "Nobody, you know, wants to be like Wynn's wife. " 'That wife of yours,' said a friend of Wynn’s sympathetically, ‘nover ad mits having made a mistake, does sher "'Oh,' said Wynn, with a bitter smile, 'she occasionally allows that she made one mistake when she mar ried me. but she won’t admit even that outside tbo family circle.'" Young Men's Buddhist Association. Japanese Buddhism Is remarkable for tho great number of sects Into which the believers are divided. Every concolvablo tendency of thought Is represented by a different grouping. Of Into there has moroover.beon great nrtlvlty In the formation of Buddhist societies among tho educated peoplo. Among organizations recently formed, tho Oreat Japan Young Men's Buddhist association, which works among the students of the different Toklo univer sities, Is perhaps tho most Important. Many of Its older members have at tained high position In the social and political world, and the society there fore enjoys a considerable Influence among the Intellectual classes. It In cludes among Its members adherents of all the different sects of Buddhism. —Paul S. Relnsch In the Atlantia THOUGHT ONLY OF THE GAME Filial Affection Lost Sight Of by the Small but Enthusiastic Lover of Football. Among the spectators at a match between tho Blackburn Rorera and the Olympic waa a little lad about nine years of age. Though the boy's knowledge of the game may have been limited, bis notion of correct play was extremely robust "Go It, ’Lymplc,” he yelled. “Rush 'em off their pins. Clatter ’em. Jump on their chests. Bowl ’em over. Good for yer. Mow ’em down. Scatter ’em, ’Lymplc." When his parent neatly “grassed" one of the opposing forwards, the youngster expressed approval by bawling, "Good fer yer, owd ’en," add ing proudly to the spectators, "Peyth er ‘ad 'lm sweet" "Yes,” said a hearer, "but he’ll got killed before the game's finished." "1 don’t care a carrot If be docs," said the boy.—London Tit-Bits. r NOT WORRYING. Guest—Sclentlsts claim that In a million years this earth will be a mass of Ice. Proprietor Summer Hotel—Oh 1 well I’ll bo out of the summer-hotel busi ness by that time, I hope. BABY WASTED TO SKELETON "My little son, when about a year and a half old, began to have sores come out on bis face. I had a physi cian treat him, but the sores grew worse. Then they began to coine out on bis arms, then on other parts of bis body, and then ono came on hla chest, worse than the others. Then I called another physician. Still he grew worse. At the end of about a year and a half of suffering he grew so bad that I had to tie bis bands in cloths at night to keep him from scratching the sores and tearing the flesh. He got to be a mere skeleton, and was hardly able to walk. "My aunt advised me to try Cutl cura Soap and Cutlcura Ointment. I sent to a drug store and got a cake of Cutlcura Soap and a box of the Oint ment and followed directions. At tho end of two months the sores were all well. He has never had any sores of any kind since. I can sincerely say that only for Cutlcura my child would bavo died. I used only one cake of Cutlcura Soap and about three boxes of OlntmcnL "I am a nurse and my profession brings mo Into many different fam ilies and it is always a pleasure for me to tell my Btory and recommend Cutlcura Remedies. Mrs. Egbert Shel don, LltchOcld, Conn., OcL 23, 1909.” An Exciting Town. Los Angeles ts n truly exciting town to live In. To say nothing of its heavenly climnto and Its bombß. there Is always something stimulating In tho occult lino going on. Jußt the other day a widow of the angelic city began to long for a sight of one of her schoolmates whom she had not seen for 45 years. Tho longing brought Its fulfillment. A spirit told her to look for him in Brooklyn. She obeyod, met him on the street a few hours after sho nrrlvcd, and promptly mar ried him. It Is worth whilo to live in a city where things like this hap pen, oven at tho risk of being blown up now and then. Little Myra Explains. Little Myra Lee bad been In school but a few days when her mother had occasion to write a note to the teach er, and signed herself Mrs. Kent. Thinking sho might have misunder stood tho child's name, the teacher asked an explanation. "Oh,” said Myra, with a charming ly confidential air, "you see, my mam ma got married again but 1 didn't.”— Llpplncott’s. How’s This? We othr On. lluiutml tMUara Rnrtnl tor uif rnm ot CAtarrh mat cannot lx curad br OaUS CEUrrb Cun. r. J. CIIEVEY Jk CO., Tokdo. O. Wf, th. undonlcnM, havo known F. 1. Ctwow for tb. Wit 13 yrara and bellova blm prrtrrtljr boo orafala In all tuilnraa irinaarllonj and financially able lo carry out an, oblleatlona made by ha fine Wauihu. Kinnas a Mantis, Whomala Pruffiata. Toledo, a Jlall'l Catarrh Cun k taken Internally, trtlnf directly upon tha blood and mueoua aurfarce ot tho ayatera. Tratlmonlala aent free. I’rtce ;a cacti pat bottle Soul by all Druarleta. Take liall'a Family Plila for oonatlpaUoa. There are more opportunities than there are young men to take advan tage of them.—James J. Hill. Mr*. Wlnalowte foothtn* Njmp. Forebliurm Miftrnstb© gaais, r©doov«lD> tUimii*UoUe*n&/BMklu.cures winUooUc. Sc»belli* Fortunate la tho man who wants only what he can get. , »- ■ _ - ' PUTNAM FADELESS DYES ytxjL cWtedL? Lydia E. Knkham’s Vegetable Compound? We can iumish positive proof that it has made many remarkable cures after all other means had failed. Women who are suffering with some form of female illness should consider this. As such evidence read these two unsolicited testimonial letters. We guarantee they are genuine and honest state* ments of facts. Cresaon, Pa.—" Fire yean ago I had • bad fan, and hint myself inwardly. I waa under a doctor’* care for nine weeks, and when I stopped I grew worse again. I seat for a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham’i Vegetable Compound, took it as directed, and now I am a stout, hearty woman.”' —Mrs. Ella E. Alkey, Creason, Pa. Baird, "Wash.—“A year ago I was sick with kidney and bladder troubles and female weakness. The doctors gave me up. All they could do was to just let mego as easily as possible. I was advised by friends to take Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound and Blood Purifier. I am completely cured of my Ills, and I am nearly sixty yean old.” —Mrs. Sarah Leighton. Baird, Wash. 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