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I by DretTitta. ' 4 1 T Ml IMr-p I , tnttme. Sold MATERNAL INTUITION. Mm. Pig Now, Curly, when you're tK nkiu t a in uit JUU IV tWUBVO UKB) perfect hog! ' - I, , i ' - WIRE FENCING Both Welded flnil w a rtrtmA . -....I. pigs, poultry, garden and lawn, all alxeg-1 - nwvy nog prooi ar ien.ce for 1SW er rod. Send trial nnW . Rnnnwn nr v all kinds, galvanksed and painted ateel rubber and gravel coated. We have- a Cough Syrup. , tr , ooa ruDDer roonng for 75c square, all OmDlet. fiend trial order- Monllnn hla ."P"- PWgeon-Thomas Iron Co., 84-96 A married man has reached the bot - torn of the ladder when he begins to ltfe about tola wife's relations. To prevent Malaria is far better than to eura it. In malarial countries take dose ef OXIDINE regularly one each week nd savs yourself from Chills and Few and other malarial troubles. Adv. Doubtful. "Have you a good cook now?" "I don't know. I haven't been home lnco breakfast!" London Opinion. No Prudent Loan. "Don't you want Miss Freezem to lend eclat to your function T" "No; we're not borrowing trouble." Perennial. "No corn today T" growled the star boarder. .: ), - "Out of season," said the landllady. "Every thing Is out of season at some "Except the prune." ' In the Midst of Luxury, -' : "Tou have everything that wealth an buy, haven't you?" "Yes," replied Mr. Dustln Stax, "But It don't seem fair that I should have worked so hard to get all these things while' the butler and' footman ' and maids enjoy them free." Silencer. Dr. Henry Van Dyke, the distin guished clergyman, has a neat way of silencing the censorious. . - At a luncheon In Princeton a cer tain bishop was being discussed, and t visitor said: 1 "I don't like the bishop. He Is too much a man of the world for me." "Quite so," Dr. Van Dyke retorted tuickly; "but which world, this or the wrt?" Rose to the Occasion. "Where did you get those lorely roses, dear?" "Aren't they beautiful!" "Tee where did you get them?" . "Robert Bosqueau gave them to me " ( "Bobble Bosqueau ? Why" Tee, I know what you are going so say. His wife has been dead only Ix weeks, 'and isn't it pathetic that he is bringing me roses?" "Yeahaven't they kept well!" ' And the breese blew, and the rain drops fell, and it wasn't for quite while that the fierce enmity started. Exchange. Eager for Hie Rights. ,As little Freddie bad reached the mature age of three, and was about to discard petticoats for manly rai ment In the form of knickerbockers, his mother determined to make the occasion a memorable one. The Bris tol Times tells what happened. . : The breakfast table was laden with good fare as the newly-breeched Infant was led into the room. "Ah! eried the proud mother, "now you are a little man!" The fledgling was in ecstacles. Dis playing his garments to their full ad vantage, he edged closer to his moth' e'r, and whispered: "Mummle, can I call pa Bill now r Youth's Compan ion. . : STEADY HAND. A Surgeon's Hand Should Be the Firm. . - est of All. "For fifteen years I have suffere from Insomnia, Indigestion and ner- . Tousnese as a result of coffee drink ing," said a surgeoa the other day. - (Tea is equally Injurious because it contains caffeine, the same drug found : In coffee). -.- "The dyspepsia became so bad that v I had to limit myself to one cup at breakfast. Even this caused me to - lose my food soon after I ate it ' "All the attendant symptoms of in digestion, such as heart burn, palpita tion, water brash, wakefulness or dis turbed sleep, bad taste in the mouth, nervousness, eta, were present to auoh a degree as to Incapacitate me for my practice as a surgeon. "The result of leaving off coffee nd drinking Postam was simply mar velous, v The change was wrought forthwith, my hand steadied and my - normal condition of health waa re stored." Name given upon request Read the famous little book, "The . Road to Wellville," in pkgs. "There's - .. H Postum -now comes In concentrated, Bowder form, called Instant Postum It Is prepared by atirrlng a level tea- spoonful In a cup of hot water, adding sugar to taste, and enough cream to brine the color to golden Drown. ' Instant- Postum is convenient; ) there's no waste: and the flavor is al ways uniform. 8old tf grocers 60- enn tin 30 ets.. 100-sup Un 50 cts. A 5-cnp trial tin mailed for grocer1! name and 2-cent sUmp for pastage Postum Cereal Co, Ltd., Battle Creek. BEST WAY TO COOK TURKEY Served With Truffles, the Bird Wll Be Pound to Be More Delicious : Than Heretofore Supposed. :' There are many ways of roasting a turkey, but the following recipe is one of the best There is no dish more highly esteemed than a truffled tur key. Take one and one-half pounds of truffles for a moderate sized bird and two pounds , for a large one. When fresh truffles are not to be had use bottled ones. , Cut about a pound of the truffles into balls one and one-halt inches in diameter; pound the rest with the trimmings to a smooth paste, adding an equal weight of fat bacon; the bacon should be rasped and pound ed separately, then mixed with the pounded . truffles and the force meat seasoned with salt and pepper only. When, the force meat is quite smooth mix the whole truffles with it and put the preparation Into the body of a freshly killed hen turkey. Let it hang for Ave days after It is, stuffed, to al low the perfume of the truffles to pen. etrate the flesh: lay a slice of fat Da- con upon the breast and a piece of buttered paper over that, and baste liberally. Turkey truffled is so rich that it is often served with no ac companiment In the way of sauces. Bread sauce is liked by some, put, properly speaking, no rival flavor should approach the truffle. It QUSEHOLD QUESTIONS Ainnhol will be found efficacious for removing grass stains from cloth ing. Trv adding a nlnch of soda to the apple sauce Just before removing from the Are. '. ' . . ; i ; Do not allow butter or milk to re main uncovered in the refrigera tor. They absorb odors very quickly. Hang woolens out on the line drip wing wet, without wringing them at all. If dried In this way. they will not shrink. There Is nothing better for keep ing a velvet hat In condition than wip ing it over, after being brushed, with a piece of black stocking. To remove medicine stains from spoons rub with a rag dipped in sul phuric acid, wash with ' soapsuds and polish with soft chamois skin. , When cornstarch is used in custards of any kind increase the usual amount of sugar and do not overlook the salt If you would not have the dessert flat If a teaspoonful of cornstarch is added to six teaspoonfuls of salt and thoroughly mixed there will be little annoyance from moisture in damp weather ' Paint stains when fresh can be removed with turpentine; oid stains must be first softened with butter and then rubbed with bensine. Turpen tine very often leaves a mark, tfeougr it takes out the stain. Stuffed Cabbage. Lay a small, firm cabbage In cold water for half an hour and boll it In salted water for 30 minutes. Remove it, drain the water from it, and set the cabbage aside to become very cold. When this stage Is reached cut the center from the cabbage with a sharp knife in auch a way as to leave . a good slsed hollow surrounded by thick .walls of the cabbage leaves. Chop the part you have removed fine with an equal quantity of cold boiled ism or or salt pork, which has been fried c !sp in its fat, and then drained. Add a tablespoonful of bread crumbs. Put the mixtures, back into the cabbage box, lay in a baking pan, pour around it stock in which corn beef has been 1 boiled, cover the dish and bake for an hour. Uncover, strew dry crumbs over the top, dot with bits of butter and brown.1 , , : Rice Pancakes. 81ft together one pint of flour, one teaspoonful sugar, a saltspoonful of salt And a teaspoonful and a half of baking powder sifted with the flour. Beat one egg thoroughly and stir it into a cup and a quarter of milk. Turn this on two cupfuls of cold boiled rice and beat with a fork until the rice Is tree from lumps. Add to the prepared flour and beat to a smooth batter. Have the griddle well heated and greased and cook the batter in large, thin cakes, browning nicely on both sides. Serve with maple sirup, honey or thick fruit sirup. Cheese Corn Souffle. Make a white sauce, stir Into it a cupful of grated cheese, and when this Is blended add a cupful of canned corn drained from liquid and chopped fine. Put In the well beaten yolks of thre eggs; season to taste with salt and pepper, and then add the 'stiffly beaten whites of the eggs. - Bake in a. but tered bake idlsh in a moderate over for half an hour. -' Oyster and Chicken Pie. Parboil a chicken, cut up Into small pieces and plaoe in a deep baking dish. Over this "place one pint ol oysters. Add two hard boiled eggs cut Into small pieces, a tablespoonful of butter," Some celery, chopped One, salt and cayenne. Moisten with flout and a gill of milk, put a puff paste or top and bake about forty minutes t a moderate o"ren. Omelet One egg to a person, one tablespoon ful of milk to each egg, pinch of Salt Beat yolks and whites separately, but do not beat stiff for plain omelet, only frothy. Mix yolks and whites at last moment. Start on top of stove till settled, then shove frying pan In oven until medium well done before foldlny filling. . Yorkshire Pudding. Yolks of three eggs, whites of two; beat weir together; add one pint of milk and one tablespoonful of flour. Beat well. Let stand 15 minutes and pour in. flat baking pan or deep pis plate. Bake in very hot oven about 20 minutes. Cut in large dice and aervs around platter with roast beet Mutton Chops Stewtd In Milk. . Free the chops from fat and put Into a. saucepan, cover with milk and an onion cut One and simmer slow!) two hours. Season with pepper ant! Mlt and thicken with a little flcur. MnwsnoNAL NIHIL (By E. O. SELLERS,' Director of Eve' nlng Department The Moody Bible In stitute of Chicago.) - i - LESSON FOR JANUARY 5. THE CREATION, r ) LESSON TEXT-Qenesls 1:1ft, T. t, 15, M. i, ii, a. n, si. GOLDEN TKXT-"In the beginning Bod created the heaven and the earth." Ben. 1:1. ' In our scheme of lesons we return U the Old Testament and confine our study Tor the ensuing year to the first six books of the Bible. The word Genesis means "begin nings," and In the book of that name we see recorded all , the. information of the beginning of things that our heavenly father deemed necessary la the development of the scheme of re demption.,', , After all the assaults of its ene mies, end of the skeptics, the first verse of the book of Genesis contains all the clear, concise, and positive knowledge man possesses about the origin of -this Universe. "God cre ated," cot, "God la all and all Is God." Pantheism has no ground upon which to stand. "In the beginning God cre ated," therefore he IS above and was before the heaven and- the earth. Moses left us no record of the "how" and that field has ever been one for Interesting speculation. Between the fourth , and the fifth words of this verse Is ample room for all and every theory though we still remain in ig norance of any absolute knowledge, both of time and process. Let us not forget to emphasize the thought, "In the beginning God" in the beginning of childhood, the beginning of educa tion, of business, of home life, etc. The beginning of all right thinking and true living, of every proper rela tion of life, is God and yet we are withholding that knowledge from young America upon the specious plea that the bible is sectarian. . . Truth of the Trinity. , 1 Following this statement of the cre ation come the steps of rehabilitation, tor the words in verse two denote waste, void, or confusion and one Hebrew scholar contends for the word "ruin." See also Isa. 45:18 R. V. Thus it seems that upon this created earth there must have -come ,a Judgment, presumably upon some pre-Adamito race and that wtiat follows, verse two, Is not the original creation bnt the steps whereby this earth was made ready as a habitation for man. Lord Kelvin said, "scientific thought is compelled to accept the idea of cre ative power." There is a wonderful agreement between modern science and the account in Genesis: (1) The biblical accounts by their wording provide for both creation and the evo lutionary development " of created things; (2) Science has failed to pro duce matter, life, or the soul of man; and of these in each instance the bible says God created while of all else it says he made. The great truth of the trinity Is re vealed in these first three verses (1) God. v. 1; (2) Spirit, v. 2; and (3) "God said" the word, see John 1:1. Verse five does not call the light a day meaning twelve hours, but rather a period of time, Just as we speak of an Arctic "day," which is six months. One of the mysteries of today is that water which is 700 times heavier than air is held in the sky in the form of clouds. - What holds the storm..- the snow, the lightning, the gorgeous colors, etc.? The answer is found In verse 7. "and God made the firma ment and divided the waters, and called the firmament heaven." There Is nothing more firm than the laws which hold this body of water. In the sky for he (God) set those laws into motion. "And God said" (v. ). The ories of geology and the statement of Genesis agree perfectly as to the preparation of this earth for the ap pearance of vegetable life. The vege table derives directly from the air and water and soil those elements neces sary to maintain life. ' . - " Animal life cannot assimilate these elements unless they are already fixed In organic vegetable life. How and where life originated no science has discovered. Pasteur's dictum that. "it is nothing but life which gener ates life." still stands unshaken. And so the constant and only satisfactory answer to the questions, how, where and why, of all these things of this material universe is God. God cre ated, God made, he created, and then set into being those forces and laws whereby the earth, the sky, the sua and the moon have rone on with un broken regularity. He made possible those processes whereby man devel ops, the oak grows, and animal and vegetable life reproduce each aft Its-own kind, f . But creation was not yet complete. Man, the last created, was the crown ing glory of this earthly creation. Verses 26-30 will he studied in con nection with next week's lesson and are referred to here simply to give a complete account of creation. It would be well, however, to refer to the fact that the great God and cre ator made provision for the immortal souls of mankind by arranging for his training in the knowledge and charac ter tit himself, the father, by the in stitution of the Sabbath, as soon as he had prepared a place la which man was to dwelL. ' The dignity and majesty of the lan guage of Genesis is sublime. Astrologers tell ns that our sun and solar system Is only one of perhaps a million othars. A recent writer tells us that a ray of light which would travel the equivalent of nine times around the earth in one second would take nine years to travel across the great nebula in the constellation of Orion. And "God made" all of this. "The fool hath said in his heart there Is no God," and it Is the man next door to the fool who tries to stipu late what God ought or ought not tc do. Lesson College Secrets. , Bacon What did your boy learn at college? '" : " t. , . ; Egbert Says he cant tell me. "Why notr ; "Says it's a secret" ' "Nonsense!" " - : ; "No; you know, he learned the foot ball signals." Regular practicing physicians recommend and prewribe OXIDINE for Malaria, be cause it is a proven remedy by years of ex perience. Keep a bottle in the medicine chert and administer at first sign of Chills and Fever. Adv. . - Inherited. "What there ever an informer in your family?" , "What do you mean by such a ques tion as that, sir?" "I noticed that your baby is ' in clined to be a squealer." WHEN RUBBERS BECOMES NECE8SART And your shoe pinch. Allen's Foot-JSaM, lh AntlaepUc powder to to shalun Into th shoes, la just the thing to ura. Try It (or Breaking In New Shoes. Sold Everywhere, lee. Sample FREE. Addrtim, A. a Olmsted, LeRoy, N.I. Don't accept any substitute. Adv. Pessimism. : Willie Paw, what Is a pessimist? . Paw A man who takes an umbrel la along when he goes to a ball game. -Cincinnati Enquirer, FACE DISFIGURED WITH SKIN TROUBLE S107 Foster Ave., Baltimore, Md. "About five months ago little blisters appeared on my face. They looked like blisters from fire burns. They itched and burned something terrible, which caused me to rub them and they burst, then sores appeared which dis figured my face. My face was all full of sores. The disease spread from my face to my neck and back. When any thing touched them they would burn and stick to my clothes, which kept me from sleeping and made me suf fer terribly. J , "I used home remedies and I used a salve but' it did no good. I suffered about three months then I saw the Cuticura Soap and Ointment adver tised and I thought I would send and get a sample and try them. I used the sample of Cuticura Soap and Oint ment and they helped me a great deal, so I bought some and used them about two months and they completely cured me." (Signed) Edward V. Thomas, liar. 26, 1912. Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold throughout this world.: Sample of each free with 12-p. Skin Book. Address post-card "Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston." Adv. . Limited Knowledge. A Muncie bride of two months went into a department store of the ' city to buy four pairs of socks for her hus band. "What size, please?" " asked the young woman clerk. "Well, all I know Is he wears a 14 collar, replied the bride. Indianapo lis News. A great majority of summer ills are due to Malaria in suppressed form. Las situde and headaches are but two symp toms. OXIDINE eradicates the Malaria germ and tones up the entire system. Adv. Wanted 8laves for Missouri. On January 27, 1778, Don Bernardo de Galvei, governor of the Spanish province of Louisiana, which Included Missouri, petitioned the king of Spain for aid for the settlers along the Mis souri river and Mississippi river in Missouri. "The said inhabitants," he wrote, "in order to promote the cul ture of these plants (flax and hemp), would desire that the compassion of the king should deign to provide them with negro slaves on credit, for whom they may pay with the crops afore said." .. Not Missed. "If a man gets an Idea into his head that the community he Uvea in cannot get along without him, the surest cure Is for him to take a month's visit somewhere," remarks B. B. Going of Osawatomie. ' "When lie comes home he will find that the cow has been milked regu larly during his absence, that the corn has been- husked and cribbed Just as well as he could have done It, that the chickens and ducks and pigs didn't stop growing during his ab sence, that the regular winter literary society has been organized and is making progress without-his august presence, that the roads , have been dragged regularly and that some' of his own neighbors didn't even know he had been away. These are Just a .1-41.. tIA.1- .1.1. Al . V lew ui we uiua wings uim maae b fellow realize he is not so many pota toes to the hill as he thinks he Is. Kansas City Journal. ' Not Ready to Decorate. J. D. Bowersock of Lawrence was explaining to the Kansas editors last week how he feels toward certain edi tors. "I am like the Dutchman," said he., "The Dutchman came to town on Decoration day. He saw the flags flying and the people going to the cemetery with large bunches of flow ers.. - He asked what it meant ; 'Why, this is Decoration day,' said - one. 'Don't you know what that Is TV The Dutchman confessed ' that he - didn't. The man then explained it Isn't there some one at rest in the ceme tery whose grave you would like to decorate with flowers?" asked the man. The Dutchman shook his head and replied: 'Dose peebles vat graves I like to degorate are not dead yet' " Kansas City Star,.. 1 . x, Business Acumen. "What! Fifty cents for putting In the load of coal? Tou charged only a quarter the last time." -. "Yea, mum, but coal has riz." His Status. "That man is something more than a mere marine." .k , 1 "Do you mead he is an " ultrama rine?" ' One-half the women in the world want to get thin; the other half want to get fat If Yetir. t flutter!; sr Backache Makes Anyone Feel Old Nothing ages anyone more 4uickly than weak kidneys. It is not alone the aching back, the stiff,' painful joints, but the evil effect of bad. poisoned blood on the nerves, the vital organs and the digestion. ' .The condition of the kidneys makes good health or ill-healtb. . The kidneys are the filters of the blood. Active kidneys filter from the blood ev ery day over one ounce of poisonous waste and pans it off dissolved in the urine. ' ' . If the kidneys are weak or diseased, only part of this filtering is done and the blood is heavy with uric acid and other poison ous or waste matter, r Instead of being nourished by the blood, the nerves and vital organs are u ritated, and the circulation, digestion, etc., are disturbed. ' If your back aches constantly, if your joints are stiff, lame and painful, suspect the kidneys. Kidney sufferers are likely to feel dull, heavy, restless at night, rheumatic, dixzy at times, subject to headaches and an noyed with sharp, piercing pains that make work an agony and rest impossible. Doan's Kidney Pills are the best-recommended and most widely used remedy for weak or diseased kidneys. They act quick ly; contain no poisonous nor habit-forming drugs and leave no bsa after-affects of any kind just make you feel, better all over. - - - ',:-,- WOMAN LIKE. (eVl - Jinks Does Mrs. Speedem carry an extensive repair kit when she goes au toing? BUngs No; merely a paper of safety-pins. Beans In His Head. Two beans, one of which had sprouted into an embryo plant, were removed from the head of a Mexican laborer at San Bernardino, Cat., by a physician. For months the man bad complained of severe pains. The beans had entered his head through his left ear. The growing plant was nearly an inch long and apparently had flourished In the ear tube. Obliging Landlord. It was getting very late and Dub bleigh's gasoline haa given out ' "Anybody around here got any gas oline?" he asked, drawing .up at a small hotel by the roadside. "Nobody but me," said the .landlord. "Good!" said Dubblelgh. "How much do you want for It?' ) "Couldn't sell It to ye today." said the landlord. "It's Sunday." "But, see here, my friend," protest ed Dubblelgh. "What can I do? I" "Ye might put up here for the night." said the landlord indifferently- "I sot a nice room I can let ye have for $7." Harper's Weekly. As a summer tonic there is no medicine that quite compares with OXIDINE. It pot only builds up the system, but taken reg ularly, prevents Malaria. Regular or Taste less formula at Druggists. Adv. Name -the Line. ' Hubbubs Have you any late trains to Lonelyville?" - Subbubs Tes! All our trains are late. Stray Stories. CLAIMS BABBK SAVBD HIS I.TFK. Mr. Chas. W. Miller, of Washington, D. C, writes of Bllair Babekt "I can heartily testlf jr to the virtue of your preparation known aa Babekvaa I consider that it was the means of my recovery from a bad case of Intermit tent fever and the aavlng of my life." What It did for him it can do for yon. If you suffer from any form of malaria. Elixir Babek, 50 cents, all druggist, or Klocsewskl A Co., Washington, D.C, Adv. v ' ; Surprised. "I am going to bring my son up so that like George Washington he can say: . 'I cannot tell a lie.' " s "Why, I thought you were going to bring him up to follow in your foot steps?" ' f TO BKITB OITT MAtARIA " AMP SlIlXL CP THIS HTRTFIt TeJre tb Old gundani QROV B'S TASTJiLBri3 CHILL TONIC Ton know what yon are taking. The formal Is plainly printed on every bottle, bowing It leslmpl? Quinine and Iron la a lute lea form, and ttie moat effeetnai forav Itoff anS people and eUMrea. at seats. Adv. ' Shoots First "That guide shoots nearly every hunter he takes out" "Accidentally?" "No, he always claims he does It in self-defense." Mrs. Wlaalow'a Soottlng Byrnp for Chlldrsc teethlna, soften; the game, reduces Inflamma tion, allays pain.cures wind eolie.Kc a bottlJa The man who refuses to see the error of his. way has Just that much further to travel back. ITCH Relieved hi 30 Minnies. Woolford's Baaltnry Lotion for all kinds of eoaUtgloua itch. At Prugglsts. Adv. Tlteir Location. "There are many breakers in the sea of domestic life." , , "Yes, particularly in the " kitchen." If your appetite is not what it should be perhaps Malaria is developing. It affects the whole system. OXIDINE will clear away the germs,, rid you of Malaria and generally improve your condition. Adv. Quite Natural. . 1 "What was your experience when the train was telescoped?" , . ."I saw stars." wHk, "RCNOVIHC" Mad by , Evtty PUtttrt Titit Slaty" When Your Back b Lame RerncmbeTthe Name"1 . BOWS IWMX PILLS Sold by 0 DeatorA,rrico 50 cents. fateMflbwn Cow jpuffakj, It .Y, Proprietor! IfMl raiaary petti User ItMOaf H-tl Both of these are called "complete9 fertilizers, but they are very differente FILLER 1 ATlat - If yon prefer tilizera. insist on rraA. Potash in them 11 - a : yseiutp mm wcu as iu nusc contain mote than three times ts II was found yesrs at thai the cots pesttioa of lbs ctod is not a sure elide la the moat proatiDlelemiiier.eatUdoesnottakestery smart men to Bears anl that a wellalaaceS amlltier seals eeslala al least as Brack Fetus asPksssBerlsAcM. Istist oa bsving II so. -Ii yea oe net find the brand yoa want, atake Talk to your dealer and stock or order It lor you. Jr AsvffcsJeV V OEBMAN KALI .WORKS, I A Tract Looking After Hie Bait Daniel and Harvey, two old, expert fishermen, were "still" fishing for trout In deep water, sitting with their backs together, when Daniel acci dentally fell out of the boat and went down. Harvey looked back and mlss- !-ed -his companion, who at that mo ment appeared on the surface, pipe still in his mouth, shaking his whis kers profusely. . Harvey Gosh, Dan! I Jest missed ye! Where ye been? Dan Oh, I jes' went down for ter see if me bait wus all right. Judge. Still Untasted. "What," asked Mrs. Oldcastle as she picked up a volume of Limp Feather Edition of the Classics, "do you think of Thucydldes?" "I really don't know," replied Mrs. Oottalotte, after she had straightened a corner of her f 600 royal Persian rus; "we've never had any. Joslah says they're no good unless you get them fresh, and our grocer never seems to have any except the ones in cans." Exchange. Adopted Standard Carat. The international carat which has been adopted in this counrty, to b effective July 1 next, is 200 milligram mes, or one-fifth of a gramme (3.086 grains), and is now in use in France. Germany and practically all countries except the United States, Great Bri tain, Belgium and Holland. , ' nnr tt rne r imri ' Pablls sentiment sbonld be aaalnat It, and we ba ilers It Is, there can Se no reason way ladles snonld neve to saner wun neMBoaeo ana nenimigta. ee peelally when Hunt Llchtnlng Oil sine aneh prompt relief, it la atmpty a oneatlon of getUng the bdlea to try Ik All dragslats sell Bent's Usauung WllaliessadWslMUlearAdT. . This Is Unkind. , Tommy Pop, what Is free- thinker? ; . ; Pop A freethinker, my son, is any man who isn't married. Philadelphia Record. . Important to Mothers) Examine carefully every bottle ol CA8TORI A, a safe and sure remedy for inianis ana cniiaren, ana nee mat it Bean the Signature of In TTsa For Onr AA Vaira Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria Its Materials. . . ' "I am building a lovely caatla In Spain." "What of? Gold bricksr t As Usual. , "Did she tell her age?" "Partly." Judge. As a summer toeie there is no medicine that quite comperes with OXIDINE. It not only builds up the system, hnt taken reg ularly, prevents Malaria. Regular or Taste less formula at Druggists. Adv. "Health's best way Eat Applea ev ery day." Coyne. V Mamma Savs Its Safe for Children CONTAINS NO OPIATES V WM r sasai s Banea TirelrlERCJA MEMPHI S.TENN. CAPITAL 1200)00.00 SURPLUS f 10O.O00.00 DIRECTORS F. Q. Barton, A. 8. Caldwell, S. T. Carnea, J. M. rowlkee, W. If. " -al f. U. Jones. K. B. Leafaeter, 8. Lundee, K. W. Porter, o. H. Reims, W. O. ReU H. H. Beeae, J no, W. abort, B A. Speed, T. B. Turley, B. E. Wright. . 3 PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS. COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY Yen Vleet-fflsrrsfl.W prwa Cw- Memphis. Tena. Pric $1.00 The following ease is typical of the cures effected by Doan's Kidney Pills. Grateful testimony is the best evidence. 1 . ALMOST WENT BLIND. Chicago Man Tells of Awful Suffering, J. J. Wolf, prop, barber shop. 2086. Og den Ave., Chicago, III., says: "My back ached terribly and I had sharp, stabbing pains throughout my body. I kept get ting worse, suffering from splitting head-, aches and dizzy spells, during which I would nearly lose my balance. My eyes became so effected that I nearly went blind. I became dropsical and was so puffed up at night that when I took off my shoes, there were deep ridges aroaud my ankles. I got ao thin and emaciated that my friends hardly knew me. There was alwaya a desire to pass the kidney secretions and I had to get up often at night. The secretions were scanty and scalding in passage and contained a largo amount of stringy, white substances with blood. Finally I was laid up, helpless. The doctor did me no good and I gave rp hope. When a friend urged meto take ; Doan's Kidney Pills, I did. and J had taken but a few doses when I felt some thing give away inside of me. The pain . was terrible and shortly after, 1 passed five gravel stones, each the size of a bean. In three days I felt like a different man. Six boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills made me well. The curs has been permanent." Wen-balsnoaf Fertiliser (teams 4-lQ) IS LBS . ia5i3a'oa4l niOSaRA'ni ready-mixed fcr- , having; enough "aWIOAXBO rviAan . to raise the crop 1 : tuc fuyc. yiuis much Potash as phosphoric add. see by tiding eoragh Petsss to make It right. 10 lacreass too rotasa en per cent, uor ttoa end vratn). add one bee Muriate at cotton and srala). add ooe bag Muriate rotasa per ton of lertlllxeri to Increase a 9 per cent. ( track, potatoes, tobacco, cora, etc.), add two bags Sulphate or Muriate per: too. I ask hlat to carry PoWih la Pnteaol? Pat van II will pay yoa both, for OlltSIl gOyS W prieu writ H , Inc.. 42 Broadway. Now York Me, I MRU. aw ilaa.sals,la. Make the liver j Do its Duty Nine times in ten when the Ever right the stomach and bowels are right CARTER S LITTLE LIVER PILLS gently butfirmly com' pel a lazy liver to do its duty. Cures Con stipation, In-. digestion. Sick Headache,4 and Distress After Eating. SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE Genuine must bear Signature FREE TO ALL SCFFEREC3 yoa feel "oa ef eorte'" rno dowm-or'-eot the aee.ManSerfram kldner.buuldr.iMitond(MMaaa. ehronle weakneaaes, nloen,akln eruptions, pi leeAa medical book ever written. It tells all a boot then dteeaaes and toe mnarkableearm effected hytneNew rrenebkemedy "THBBAPIQN Mo. 1, lfo.1, Ho.1 write lor my sttna sues. It Is the most InatrnoUrs ana rue uh aeeiae ior yon reel tlx He urn remeay I E ailment. Don send a sent. It's abaohtt a No--foIlow-n "circulate. Ir.Le)Qlaraaie Harare tock Md., MampeUwad. 1 I in, S, AUen'iuicerineSaiTecii re achronlcu leers, bona rJloerserofnlons Dleers.Varleose Ulcere,In. doient Vloere.Merrnrlel Ulcere, W hlteMwfill- . lng,MllbIFeverftoree,eiUMrei. Iiaillk ieftirt nee. 4. P. ALLSM, Uept. ASM, at. 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