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Griggs—"A doctor claims that some ailments can be communicated by a handshake.” Briggs—" Probably he means the grip.,”—Boston Transcript. “Didn’t I give you a piece of pie last week?” demanded the cooking school graduate. "I didn't expect to see yov so soon again.” "I fooled you, ma’m,” replied the tramp. "I didn’t eat It.” —Philadel- phia Record. Literature. Willis —Do you think our young people are losing their taste for lit erature? GUlls —Gracious no! You ought to see those kids of mine fight for the comic supplement every Sunday. The Professor Explains. "Professor, I don't think my son Is making very rapid progress at col lege. Is he fond of figures?” “Well, last winter he attended all the musical shows.” Bars Faced. "What was the best Job you ever did?” inquired the first barber. “I once shaded a man,” replied the second barber. "Then I persuaded him to have a hair cut, shampoo, facial massage, singe, sea-foam, electric buzz, tar spray and tonic rub.” “What then?” "By that time he needed another shave.” The Feminine Jury. , nc rviin.iiiie yu. j. The beautiful j’oung prisoner en tered the box in her own behalf. "What Is your age, Miss?” asked the lawyer. "Forty-eight,” was the steady reply. The feminine jury caught its breath with an audible little gasp and sat there rigid. "How much did you pay for the hat you are wearing?” "Ninety-eight cents.” “Are you guilty of the crime that is charged against you?” "No.” Thus did the wily prisoner attempt to establish her veracity and then con vince the Jury that she was innocent. But don’t forget that this was a Jury of women. A verdict of incurable in sanity was brought in. His Attitude. "I notice you never kick about the weather.” "No; it would be ungrateful to com plain of it, when it nearly always fur nishes me with an excuse for staying away from church.” The Insult. “I’ll get e\en with Bumpus,” said Harrity. "I hqar that he called me a lobster the other day.” “How very insulting!” ejaculated Jarley. “Wasn’t it!” said Harrity, his face red with wrath. “It certainly was; and I am really surprised,” said Jarley. "Bumpus is so fond of lobsters, as a rule.” Human Nature. “They say he used to be a hard drinker 1 at home.” "Yes.” “What cured him?” “Why, his town had always been a a ’dry’ town, and when it went ‘wet’ he said all the zest he had found in dodging the law and tippling on the sly was gone, and he didn’t care for the stuff any more.” Saved. “I am so thankful to you for saving my life,” said the fair skater who had been rescued from an airhole in the Ice. "Oh, it’s nothing,” said the modest hero. “Oh, but it is,” she went on. “I must reward you in some way. I am not married.” "But I am, miss.” “Oh, well, perhaps you have a wait ing list!”—Yonkers Statesman. JEWISH OUTLOOK CHANGES HANDS. Pioneer Western Jewish Publication Will Enlarge Field. Denver. —The Jewish Outlook, the pioneer publication representing Jew ish interests between St. Louis and San Francisco, has been purchased by a syndicate of influential and wealthy gentlemen of the Denver Jewish com munity, and will be handled in away to cover the entire trans-Mississippi country. Mr. Morris Friedman wiH have editorial and Mr. A. Rachofsky business charge. 9 HOMEBEEKERS EXCURSION RATES TO TEXAS AND NEW MEXICO POINTS DUR ING 1911. On the first and third Tuesdays of each month during the entire year The Colorado and Southern Rail way will sell round trip homeseekers’ excursion tickets to a great many points in New Mexico and Texas at greatly reduced rates. Final limit 25 days allowing liberal stop-over privileges. For detailed information, rates, etc., call on your nearest Colo rado and Southern agent or address T. E. Fisher, General Passenger Agent, Denver, Colo. onu I I nnv Dealer In all klnde of HER DUN !• LUUK CHANDINR. Mammoth cata log mailed free. Cor. ICth A Blake. Denver. RELIABLE : PROMPT MOORIO and Copper. tl-SO. Gold and Silver refined and bought. Writ* for free mailing aacka. OGDEN ASSAY CO.. 1734 Glcnarm St.. Denver. TI J^ r , fw ,T , 2 < TR * p£p ** s ** CHRIST.HAS AND NEW YEAR HOLI DAY EXCURSION FARES VIA THE DENVER d RIO GRANDE RAILROAD. “The Spanic Line of th* World” One fare for the round trip between all stations in Colorado and New Mex ico on the Denver & Rio Grande • system, also correspondingly low „• rates to points on other lines. Tickets on Hale December 23, 24, -5, 30, 31 and January 1, between nil sta tions In Colorado ami New Mexico, alao December 22 betwen all points Denver, Colorado Springs. Mnnitou, Pueblo. Trinidad. Cuflon City. 8a 1 Ida and Intermediate points and. La Vetn. Alamosa, Creede, Antonlto. Durango. Dolores. Tellurlde, Rldgwuy and In termediate points. Final Return Limit January 3, 1012. For Rates and full particulars, call on Rio Grande Agent. FRANK A. WADLEIOIf, General I'aaaenger Agent, Denver, Colo. Cleanses the System effectually; Dispels colds and Headaches due to constipation. Best for men. women and children: youna and old. To qet its Beneficial effects, always note the name of the Company OufmniaFk Syrup $. plainly printed on the front of every package of the Genuine Many a small bottle has developed Into a family jar. There Is no leftover stock on the political pie counter. Red Cross Bag Blue makes the laundress happy, makes clothes whiter than snow. All good grocers. Notice to Inventors—A device for squeezing water out of stocks and the milk supply would fill a long felt want Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Chltdree teething, Hoften* the gums, reduces Inßamme Uoc, allays pain, cures wind colic, 25c a boltla Located. Stella—lf the third finger is for the wedding ring, which is for divorce? Bella —The finger of scorn.—Judge. Constipation causes many serious dis eases. It is thoroughly cured by Doctor Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets. One a laxativ*. three for cathartic. A Flat. “Did the singer succeed in getting what suited her in an apartment?” “Oh, yes. She told me she had a suite thing In A flat." The Optimist. Ex-Senator Mason of Illinois gave a new definition of an optimist in a re cent speech before the Boston City club. “A true optimist," said the ge nial senator, "Is a man who is able to make lemonade at night out of all the l#raons handed him during the day.” Didn’t Go to Finish. “I found 50 cents this morning,” confided Jimmy. "Found a whole half-dollar!” cried his mother. "How fine! What did you do wtlh it?" "Pete Jones was along, so I gave him half.” "You dear, generous boy! Did you do that of your own accord?” • "Yessum—well, we decided that would be right.” “Jimmy! He didn’t whip you and make you give up half?” “No, mamma. If he'd licked me, he’d ’a’ had It all. The scrap was a draw.” —Cleveland Plain Dealer. HARD LUCK. The Fortune Teller —You are de stined to marry great wealth. I. M. P. Cunious—Fine. The Fortune Teller —Unfortunately, death will claim you two days after the event. WORKB WITHOUT FAITH Faith Came After the Works Had Laid the Foundation. A Bay State belle talks thus about co fTee: "While a cofree drinker I was a suf ferer from indigestion and intensely painful nervous headaches, from child hood. "Seven years ago my health gave out entirely. I grew so weak that the exertion of walking, if only a few feet, made it necessary for me to lie down. My friends thought I was marked for consumption—weak, thin and pale. "I realized the danger I was In and tried faithfully to get relief from med icines, till, at last, after having em ployed all kinds of drugs, the doctor acknowledged that he did not believe it was In his power to cure me. "While In this condition a friend in duced me to quit coffee and try Post um, arid I did so without the least hope that it would do me any good. I did not like it at first, but when it was properly made I found it was a most delicious and refreshing beverage. I am especially fond of it served at din ner ice-cold, with cream. "In a month’s time I began to im prove, and la a few weeks my indiges tion ceased to trouble me, and my headache stopped entirely. I am so perfectly well now that I do not look like the same person, and I have bo gained in flesh that I am 15 pounds heavier than ever before. "This is what Postum has done for me. I still use It and shall always do so.” Name given by Postum Co., Bat tle Creek, Mich. "There’s a reason," and It is ex plained in the little book, "The Road to Wellville," in pkgs. Ever rrml the above letter! A new one npnenrw front time to time. They ■re icenulne, true, and Cull of kamaa Interest. NEWS TO DATE IN PARAGRAPHS CAUGHT FROM THE NETWORK OP WIRES ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD. DURING THEPAST WEEK RECORD OP IMPORTANT EVENTS CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPLE. Weatarn New,paper Union Newa Btrrlaa, WEBTERN. A husband, sued for divorce, is en titled to alimony and support under certain conditions, according to a de cision of the Supreme Court, handed down at Bismark, N. D. W. E. D. Stokes, whose wife was Miss Helen Ellwood of Denver, Colo., is reported so ill at his apartments in the Hotel Ansonia in New York that his recovery is said to be a natter of grave doubt. The Florence-Goldfield mill, at Gold field, Nev., owned by the Florence- Goldfield Mining Company, of which A. D. Parker of Denver is vice presi dent and treasurer, caught fire, and this valuable property, costing approxi mately $400,000, went up in smoke. The entire Pacific fleet has been or dered to proceed with all haste to Shanghai, China. American marines have been Bent to Pekin from both Tientsin and Shanghai and orders were issued for 1,500 more troops to sail from Manila for Shanghai imme diately. The Gary steel plant of Chicago, which is considered a creditable baro meter of business conditions in the Middle West, is producing more steel than ever before in the history. There is much activity in all departments and there are G,500 men on the pay rolls of the steel works alone. Manford. a town of 6,000 persons, twenty miles from Tulsa, Okla., re sembles an armed camp, according to reports, in fear of a race war follow ing a series of events in which one white man, Fred A. Evans, was killed; another, Roily Johnson, was seriously injured; and one negro "Ned Walker," was lynched. Amid a din of whistling from river craft, the replica of the steamboat New Orleans, the first steam vessel to ply the Mississippi river, came into the harbor at New Orleans, complet ing a cruise from Pittsburg in celebra tion of the centennial anniversary of the Inauguration of steamboating on the "Father of Waters.” "The United States government and the California authorities are co-oper ating to uncover one of the most gi gantic conspiracies ever conceived In the history of this country.” This was the declaration of Assistant Dis trict Attorney W. Joseph Ford, second in command to District Attorney John D. Fredericks of lx>s Angeles, and the man who was arrested in Indianapolis for alleged illegal extradition of John J. McNamara. H. A. Johnson of Denver, traffic manager of the Colorado & Southern railway, who Is traveling through southern California in his private car, had a desperate encounter in Coronado bay with a man-eating shark, twelve feet long. After a fierce and sangui nary battle, lasting over two hours, Mr. Johnson succeeded in killing the vicious monster. During the fight for life the shark stovte in the bow of Johnson’s boat and ate the blade off one of the oars. In Judge Bordwell’s court in Los Angeles, James B. McNamara pleaded guilty to murder in the first degree. His brother, John J. McNamara, sec retary of the International Association of Bridge and Structural Iron Work ers, entered a plea of guilty to having dynamited the Llewellyn Iron Work's in Los Angeles Christmas Day, 1910. James B. McNamara’s confession clears up absolutely the tragedy of the explosion and fire which at 1:07 o’clock on the morning of October 1, 1910, wrecked the plant of the Angeles Times and caused the deaths of twenty-one persons. SPORT. Joe Mandot of New Orleans was Awarded the decision over Grover Hayes of Philadelphia, after a twenty round bout at Algiers. Eddie O’Keefe of Philadelphia ad ministered a severe walloping to Har ry Forbes of Chicago, former bantam weight champion in New Orleans. Frank Gotch of Humboldt, lowa, world’s champion wrestler, defeated Carl Hammerschmidt, champion of Germany, in a finish match in Min neapolis. "Rube” Marquard of New York stands out as the leader of the pitch ers of the National league tn the "games won” record, as shown by the official pitching averages given out by the National league. Marquard pitched in forty-five games, won twen ty-four, lost seven, and has a percent age of .774. Crandall of New York, with fifteen games won and five lost, Is second with a percentage of .750, and Cole of Chicago, who won eighteen games and lost seven, is third with .720. Packey McFarland, the idol of the Chicago Stockyards, won and 'ost when he was awarded the decision over Harlem Tommy Murphy at the end of twenty rounds of fighting be fore 6,000 critical spectators in San Francisco. McFarland's victory over the tough New Yorker, whom 90 per cent of these present expected him to knock out, was clean and left little room for argument. But the rank and file of experts and fight fans seemed unanimous in the view that as an op ponent of Champion Ad Wolgast, the Chicagoan was an impossibility. WASHINGTON. President Taft’s annual message to Congress is now in the hands of the printer. It Is estimated to be about 6,000 words. FOREIGN. • Han Yang, China, is completely in the hands of the Imperialists. There has been frightful slaughter and the revolutionists are fleeing in all direc tions. It is believed that Wu-Chang is certain to fall. Cables tell of a destructive storm that struck the Mexican coast near Frontera, IVBasco, and continued for three days. The tug Ocampo was wMcked. The captain and pilot were the only persons saved, eight or ten Mexicans being lost. A significant move in the rivalry be tween Germany and Great Britain —a rivalry which already has led to strained relations and a feverish preparatljn for war—became public when it was announced that the Ger man government has decided to spend $90,000,000 on the augmentation of its fleet. The sum is to cover a period of six years. GENERAL. Irving Bedell Dudley, United States ambassador to Brazil, died in Balti more from heart failure, aged 60. Ortie McManigal will be carried to Milwaukee for trial of a local dyna miting in 1910 if he is free in the West. The Interior Department has at last receded from its position of not ad mitting automobiles into national parks. The Missouri courts have sustained the right of the insurance department of the Knights of Pythias to increase its assessments. A severe snowstorm, driven by a wind that at timos blew sixty miles an hour, raged over Kansas, Oklahoma and a great part of Missouri. That the battleship Maine was blown up from the outside will be the Joint finding of the army and irnvy board of inspection, now in session. It is proposed that the $190,000 sub scribed by labor unions to aid the McNamaras be turned over to the rela tives of the victims of the Los Angeles T lines disaster. Death came suddenly at his home in North Easton, Mass., to Rear Ad miral George Francis Faxon Wilde, U. S. N., retired. He suffered from heart disease. He was 67 years old. A spike placed between rail joints by children resulted In the wreckage of the Queen & Crescent passenger train, twelve miles below Somerset, Ky. Two locomotives were turned over. For the first time in Georgia that a white man has paid the death pen alty for killing a negro, A. J. O’Berry was hanged at St. Mary’s. O’Beiry had killed a negro woman and her daughter, the motive being robbery. Independent tobacco interests will ask the United States Supreme Court for leave to file a petition for a writ of mandamus directing the judges of the Circuit Court of New York to va cate their decree approving the re organization of the American Tobacco Company. The Standard Oil Company will not longer control the affairs, as the hold ing company, of more than thirty cor porations, in various branches of the oil business. Those subsidiaries un der the decree of the Supreme Court, will now assume dlitire management of their own affairs. Unless the friar lands In the Phil ippines are speedily disposed of they will become a heavy financial drain on the Philippine government, says C. R. Edwards, the chief of the Bureau of Insular Affairs, and in his annual re port, recommends that these lands be sold. Capt. E. A. Swaney and four mem bers of the crew of the towboat Dia mond were killed In the explosion of the boat's boilers while she was lying in the Ohio river off Avalon, six miles south of Pittsburg. Five others were injured, two fatally. The boat lies at the bottom of the Ohio. Reports from the woolen mills In many parts of New England indicate that the period of depression, which was reported a year or more ago, has passed. The mills are preparing to put all hands on an extra-work sched ule, made necessary by the large or ders on hand and those that will come. Full forces have been at work for weeks, but have been unable to re duce the stacks of orders lying upon managers’ desks. The board of governors of the Na tional Irrigation Congress have com pleted arrangements for the nine teenth annual meeting of the organi zation which will be held in Chicago. The members of the board are:- R. Insinger, Spokane, Wash., chairman; B. A. Fowler, Phoenix, Arlz., vice chairman; Arthur Hooker, Spokane, Wash., secretary and treasurer; Robert R. McCormick and W. G. De colie, Chicago, and W. J. McGee, Wash ington, D. C. Mrs. Gertrude Gibion Patterson has arrived in Sandoval, 111., at the home of her parents where she spent her childhood. About twenty-five of her relatives had gathered there and pre pared for a family feast and Jollifica tion over Mrs. Patterson’s acquittal of the murder of her husband at Denver. She said to a newspaper correspon dent that she had come to her old home to seek rest and quiet and would probably remain here two or three months before deciding what she would do. The much-discussed report of the tariff board on the wool schedule of the Payne tariff and on the wool in dustry will bo in the hands of Presi dent Taft not later than December 11th. Tltis prediction was made at the White House, following a visit of Chairman Emery and A. H. Sanders of the board. The cotton report will be sent to the White House a few days later. Mr. Taft spent almost an hour with the two members of the board, and urged them to make all possible haste in the preparation of both re ports. ALWAYS GENTLE IN REPROOF Ganeral Lee's Real Kindness of Heart Made Manifest on Buch Occasions. There are some new, or, least, un familiar stories of Robert E. Lee In Gamaliel Bradford, Jr.'s articles ou "Lee After the War” In the South At lantic Quarterly. Lee's methods of re proof were peculiar to him. A stu dent was once called to account for absence. "Mr. M., I am glad to see you better,” Lee said to him, smiling. ‘But, general, I have not been sick.” "Then I am glad you have better news from home." "But, general, I have had no bad news.” "Ah, I took it for granted that nothing less than sick ness or distressing news from home could have kept you from your duty." In the same vein was his remark to a student who had been late for pray ers. "Mr. Page, will you kindly give my compliments to Miss and ask her If she will please have breakfast a little earlier for you?” To a negligent atudent he said: “How Is your moth er? I am sure you must be devoted to her; you are so careful of the health of her son.” Summoned to Lee’s office, a lad was told that only patience and Industry would save him from failure In col lege and In life. "But, general, you failed,” the student replied, with sophomore Inaptitude. "I hope that you may be more fortunate than I," was the quiet answer. No Insomnia Here. Mrs. Eastside —Now thet you’ve got so rich I should think you’d be afraid o’ burglars. Mrs. McSwlmm —Sure, I’m not afeared at all, at all. I’ve 15 alarm clocks set so that one will go off every half-hour during th’ night. Whin a burglars hears one o’ them he nlver sthops to take anything wld him. Mrs. Eastside —But don’t they keep you awake? Mrs. McSwlmm—No, indade. It’s not us would be waked up by a little thing like that. Before John got th’ pipe contract I used to be a kitchen leddy, and John was a policeman In Philadelphia.—New York Weekly. CUTICURA OINTMENT HEALED BAD SORE ON LIMB "Some time ago I was coming up some steps when the board crushed under me like an egg shell, and my right limb went through to the knee, and scraped he flesh off the bone just Inside and below the knee. I neglected it for a day or two, then It began to hurt me pretty badly. I put balßam fir on to draw out the poison, but.when I had used It a week, It hurt so badly that I changed to oint ment. That made it smart and burn so badly that I couldn't use it any more, and that was the fourth week after I was hurt. "Then I began to use Cutlcura Oint ment for the sore. It stopped hurting Immediately and began healing right away. It was a bad-looking sore be fore Cutlcura Ointment healed it, and I suffered so I couldn’t sleep from two days after I fell until I began using Cutlcura Ointment. "Cutlcura Soap is the best soap I ever saw. I have used all kinds of soap for washing my face, and always it would leave my face smarting. I had to keep a lotion to stop the smart, no matter how expensive a soap I used. I find at last in Cutlcura Soap a soap that will clean my face and leave no smarting, and I do not have to use any lotion or anything else to ease it. I believe Cutlcura Soap is the best soap made." (Signed) Mrs. M. E. Fairchild, 805 Lafayette St., Wich ita. Kan., May 8, 1911. Although Cutlcura Soap and Ointment are sold by druggists and dealers everywhere, a sample of each, with 32-page book, will be mailed free on application to "Cutlcura,” Dept. 22 K, Boston. Fore. Jones —Do you think the horse will survive the automobile? Brown—Not If it gets in its way.— Woman’s Home Companion. A ÜBEFUL XMAB GIFT for man, woman or child Is a good fountain pen. Waterman’s Ideal Is the best pen made and the one that Is most imitated, therefore insist on the genuine. Sold by all good dealers. Many a man doesn’t realize that he might have made good as a Action writer until he hears some of his love letters read In court. Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription Is the best of ell medicines for the cure of diseases, disorders and weaknesses peculiar to women. It is the only preparation of its kind devised by a regularly fradu ated physician—an experienced and skilled specialist in B the diseases of women. It is a safe medicine In any condition of the system. TfiE ONE REMEDY which contains no aloohol and no injurious habit-forming drugs and which create# no craving for such stimulants. THE ONE REMEDY so good that Its masers " sura not afraid to print its every ingredient on II If* each outside bottle-wrapper and attest to the truthfulness of the same under oath. It is sold by medicine deelers everywhere, and any dealer who hasn’t it een get it. Don’t take a substitute of unknown composition for this medicine op known coMFosmoN. No counterfeit is food es the genuine-end the druggist who says something else is "just as good aa Dr. Pierce’s" is either mistaken or is trying to deceive you for his own selfish benefit. Such a man is not to be trusted. He is trifling with your most priceless possession—your health— _pay be your life itself. Set that yen get what yon ask for. Lamps and Lanterns The strong, steady light. Rayo lamps and lanterns give most light for the oil they burn. Do not flicker. Will not blow or jar out. Simple, reliable and durable—and sold at a price that will surprise you. Ask your dealer to show you bis line of Royo lamps and lanterns, or write to any agency of Continental Oil Company (Incorporated) PUTNAM FADELESS DYES Color more goods brighter and faster colors than any other dye One 10c package colors all fibers. They dye in cold waterbetter than dye You can dye any garment without ripping apart. Write for free booklet —How to Dye. Bleach and Mix Colors. MONBOE ÜBUG COMPANY, Qalacy, lIU ■CASTORIA for Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Asfc PromotesDtguHon.ChKrful- f \ 13 ness and Rest .Con tains neither of WO. /V IT Opium. Morphine nor Mineral # tl, IT ij Not Mane otic |Ll|y fj j*.j.*ouorSAMV£i/mm I Al/ ||| Sood - A 1/ \ t! Jl7s-*e - \ 1 ■ 0 I \ JMMeSmMt - I Wl a Wr- ft Jb’ In |[|o OT • || It's Aperfect Remedy for Conilipa- ill USB Jit) lion. Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea, I a ly Rio Worms .Convulsions .Feverish- 1 IST s g. IjjO ness and LOSS OF SLEEP \ M Cftia Hyps* Fac Simile Signature ot I JtSSL ! Thirty Years IBM CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. tw mutaus ooaamsa.tr. n.n tom qitt. PERFECTION 1 In every cold weather emergency you need s Perfection Smokeless Oil Hester, la your bedroom cold when you dress or undress ? Do your water pipes (reexe in the cellar ? Is it chilly when the wind whistles around th* exposed comers of house? A Perfection Smokeless 03 Heater brings complete com fort. Can be carried anywhere. Always reedy for use — . glowing heat from the minute it is lighted. V Ask yew dsalcr to dsowymi a Psrfsctioe Smokeless Oil Hsalsr ler A. UXils tor tisscriplivs circular to say M«sqr of ~ \ / Continental Oil Company . ti • (Incorporated) I —— to DEFIANCE, Gives a touch of freshness to 1 summer dresses, waists, and the like not imparted in any other f starch. b Ask for “Defiance ’ * Next Time —The Best Hot or Cold Water Starch. Full weight 16-ounce 'l/ package for 10 cents. /, I \ If your grocer does not /// / \ 1 v» keep it have him get /' / \ \ \KD itforyou / ' I. Defiance Starch Co. Natural. Lady Visitor —Doctor, the hurt In my little dog’s paw looks so angry. Veterinarian —Naturally, my dear lady, when you consider it is In a pet. Stiff neck! Doenn’t amount to much, but mighty disagreeable. You will be nur prined to see how quickly Hamlins Wizard Oil will drive that stiffness out. One night, that’s all. Never fear to bring the sublimest motive into the smallest duty and tbe most Infinite comfort to the smallest trouble.—Heber. Men and Women Women as well as men are made Tnls erable by kidney and bladder trouble. Dr. Kilmer’s Swamp-Root, the’ great kidney remedy, promptly relievos. Swamp-Robt stands the highest for tha reason that It has proved to be Just tha remedy needed In thousands upon thou sands of even the most distressing cases. At druggists In 50c and Si.oo sixes. You may have a sample bottle by mall free, also a pamphlet telling you about It. Ad dress Dr. Kilmer St Co., Binghamton,N.Y. II T) f of this paper de- I Keaaers II tiaed in its columns should insist upon II having what they ask (or. refusing all II substitutes or imitations. * THE BESTSTOCK saddles:?^ able prices, write tor t re* m f Illustrated catalogue. \V. W A. H. HESS A CO. MS Tn.il Si. T.X. ■ . rainrnpg — HAIR balsam ClsaoMS and bwatlHse th* hair, fromotas a lannant powth. Haver Valla to Restore Gray Batr to its Toothful Color. Cura* mlp di**e**e a heir Thompson’s Eye Water GJtm til* r*U*r to *r* lrrtUUae* «**a*4 kr Seat. aaa *r «i*4 Th* ’nlsmitsaai S*csl Sorao 'V'ttoa-’tone* School Pooolts Gas lu Mn< 122 Mch '.Qu'wirt Chcojo U S.A. PROSPECTUS I lIUUI kVIUU work wilt »<e sent upon ap plication and receipt oT *c stamp lor postage. DEFIANCE STARCH 16 OUNCES TO THE PACXAOE-OTHXR STARCHES ONLY 12 OUNCES BAKE PRICE AND “DEnAMOE” It SUPERIOR QUALJTJ BATEiITO WatMiC.rolcmas.Wutk AtM I pm \ Inxton, Huoksfrw. ll* to ■ Ml I fclw I w eat references. Beat result* nwnmfeimnoH relieves miiiIBMHBiEMM TIRED EVES W. N. U.. DENVER. NO. 49-1911.