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McNAIRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT, SELMER, TENNESSEE
1 -it i . 1 at "I J 3le if A, I t f WL-DOUGLAS 5678 SHOES .Kffl re actually demanded year after year by more people than any other noe in tue world BECAUSE : Uii1lh workmanaUlu Uiey art un aqoaled. Protection against unreeaon. able profit, U guaranteed by tae price taw pad on erexj pair. Tears of sattataotory senrlee hare tr them oouttdence ' In the ehoee and In the nro- -tootlon afforded bj lb Wl. Douglas Trade Mark. y.LpOUCLAS into all of our 110 stores at faotoi-Tooit, We do not make one eoni or prom until tue - ahoee are sold tp yon. It If worth dollari for yon to remember that when yon bay shoes at our Mores 10 V Pit 0HIT OS a PBOriT. X o matterwh ereyon lire shoe dealen ean apply yoa with W.UDoaglu ehoee Theyeost bo more In Ban Francisco than they do Is NewEoglaud, hotb inon t.OO A It-iO orlrati it the bat ora. UH-uHlor I Km kutluMt Itamdard J tlv tUlk4 kf- uivouilkatt. Tkt kotu ami priet U pimntp Camses e IM WW. COMPARE " r "a . ml k m, i -- itMiiiuuji net t Kaaait. aiu or sii saoes maoe. TO HIHCHAHTBi ff ao vcomt in your rowe ntmaim f.i.0af for ifcwi, wrie- rrUUni or xeuit rifhtt M aewdM (Mi niek mMhm. wax hnw iat TJneoialled forOowfort ead I Wear. One Year'e Leetl: nueten auaranteee. Thoaeaade set two and thr renre wear. BuapeBaere, too Uartere, cue. Aak Your Dealer It A be aaea I tnaaa. aena direct living deeWe mane. Look for "NO-Wi bnoklae, aooept ao eubetltntee. Nu-Wav Street Sua Bandar Cm. pt31ldiUch Sispcnderi and Garten jfflmMflA 4I f I 1 MM '4 . - Motorists Will Approve. g A motorists' paper says: "Our Idea of hell Is a continual detour through I a bad stretch of sand with a good road ' Just the other side of the fence." . Aspirin ft' n H &yf'Baye and Insist) .J, kmm tTnlesg yoa see the name "Bayer" on package or on tablets you are not get ting the genuine Bayer product pre scribed by physicians over twenty-two years and proved safe by millions for Colds Headache - Toothache Lumbago , , Earache Rheumatism v Neuralgia Pain, Pain Accept "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" only. Each unbroken package contains proper directions. Handy boxes of twelve tablets cost few cents. Drug gists also Bell bottles of 24 and 100. Asperin Is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetlcaddester of Sallcyllcacld. Advertisement 1 i ' Nobody likes a grouch, but lots of 4 , folks act as wet , nurses thereto. When a father has charge of the baby Its face Is always dirty. Sure-Relief FOR INDIGESTION 6 Bell-ans Sure Relief EIL-AM'S 254 and 75$ Packages, Evefywfi era FOB 8AIajX--lantl truoklnff and farmln : ludi. Go xl location If iDtcrMtttd, wrlU for prieek O. C iHKRRILU Archtr, Tim. SOLD BO YEARS ' A riNS GENERAL TONIC HURT? tfi um tm aealv Hda Rre Salra. eaeerdinf U aliea. Maaa. Maatklag. aaalfnl. in a uem MT Wavarlr Maaa law ftak W (tllLLToiUC am .... irvi!: ; f "csp Your Skin-Pores I V Lctiye and Healthy J g tVith Cnlicura Soap ': jaa 25c, Oiateaei ZS aaa 5S-, TalcwaZSc ? BACCO Tallow Fryor Che wine, I Ibe., I i.60; It Ibe.. Il.tl. Smoklnc, ( Ibe.. 1: IS 1 .., l.t. Ptttman Teoaooo Co., MarAald. K. ) by Chleln. revltry, Daeka, G aaaa, Tmrk wye ' 4 Canarire Shipped anywhere. Write to toea. Heiaei i'oultry rarme. Bt. Mua, ato. leata Wa vuaraatae ear keraatltoh attaaa ant to So toed wurk ea all maehlaea. Write r lnatructloaa and eanple of work. Orleatal avaltr Ca Itos 11. Corpse Chrletl, Taxae. ioucAnm iflrer. Saw to wee aa water. Makee row leek yeaaa aerale At all (ood drueta, rk eenta. ee dlreal treea C8810-KLUS, uaaaiiata. Keen pkle, leaa. MEMPHIS, NO. 41-1SJU I TAKE IHE REINS UNIQUE SITUATION POSSIBLE IN THE NEXT CONGRESS. COMMITTEES ARE AFFECTED Only Four Chairmanships Would Be Retained by Republicans Veter ans Say Seniority Rule Will ' Hold Good Forever. Washington. The seniority rule, by which heads of congressional commit tees are chosen coupled with the Har ding landslide of 1920, in which nearly every northern democrat was defeated, would bring about an amazing situa tion should the democracts carry the house In the November elections. ' For the first time In history the chairmanship of every major commit tee, and, with the exception of one or two comparative unimportant ones, of every single house commutes, would go to the south. It, would place the south more completely in the saddle In National legislation than ever be. fore. ; , . The seniority rule always has given the south a preponderance of elader ship when the' democrats win due to the fact that the members from that section seldom have elections fights, thus reducing the chances of political fatalltioa. However, sufficient north ern democrats always ar9 elected to balance partly that condition. The Harding landslide simply cleaned the party from the northern and western states out of congress with a result that the members who came back must start at the foot of the commlt ees and. work up again. It eliminates them as possible loaders or committee chairmen for ten years to come as long as the seniority rule holds. Vet erans say the seniority rule will hold forever. Agriculture, Jaco way of Arkansas present chairman, Haugen of Iowa; appropriations, Byrns of Tennessee present chairman, Madden of Illinois; banking and currency, Wlngo of Ar kansas present chairman McFadden of Pennsylvania; education, Fess of Ohio, with Towner of Jowa to succeed him If the republicasn win; flood-control Humphreys of Mississippi pres ent chairman, Bodenberg of Illinois; foreign affairs, Llnthicum of Maryland present chairman, Porter of Pennsyl vania; interstate commerce, Berkley of Kentucky present chairman,' Wins low of Massachusetts; Judiciary, Thomas of Kentucky present chair man, Volstead of Minnesota; labor, Black of Texas present chairman, No lan -of California; military affairs, Fields of Kentucky present chairman, Kahn of California ; naval affairs, Pad gett of Tennessee present chairman, Butler of Pennsylvania; pensions, Up haw of Georgia present chairman, Knutson of Minnesota; postoffice, Bell of Georgia present chairman, Steen erson of Minnesota; ,riversand har bors, Dupree, of Louisiana present chairman, Dempsey of New York; roads, Doughton of North Carolina present chairman, Campbell of Kan tM ways and means Kitchln of North Carolina present chairman, Fordney of Michigan, with Greene of Iowa slat ed as his successor. Tie only chairmen who would not be affeoted should the democrats -win are: Sabath of Illinois, chairman of Immigration; Raker of California, pub lic lands; Hayden of Arizona, Indian affairs, and Sullivan of New York, Dis trict of Columbia. All the other minor chairmanships save of one or two com mittees that never meet, would go to southern democrats. ' ' "CLEANUP", NET8 325. Many Women Included In Arrests In . New Orleans Campaign. New Orleans. Three hundred and twenty-five prisoners, including many women, were taken in raids conduct ed by the police for one day and night In cabarets, pool rooms, gam bling houses and other establishments in a city-wide "cleanup" campaign in stituted a week ago by Supernten dent of Police Molony. The latest baul brougnt the total number of ar rests made since the raids began up to approximately 1,000. Emotions Kill Vicar. '' London. Or the day fixed for him to leave the home he had occupied for S5 years, the Rev. Alfred Rudall, the vicar of St Agnes' church, Corn wall, fell dead. He was 82 years old. It Is stated that his emotions were very deeply stirred because hia retire ment necessitated leaving the parish where he had labored so long. Street Car , Disappeared. ' Algiers. Garcia took a seat oa a atreet car In Algiers. He was carry ing a small sack tilled with six pounds of blasting powder. He lit a cigarette. Then there wasn't any atreet car. Save On tocklngs. Berlin. The high cost of hosiery has hit the show business in Berlin. Members of the cast and chorus of "Madame Flirt," Berlin's leading operetta, appear throughout the play without stockings. Many Would Hunt Bears. Monroe, La. Rev. Frank Tripp, Monroe Baptist pastor, who will head a bear hunt In Tensas, Madison and other Eastern Louisiana parishes, an nounces he is being swamped with letters from Baptist pastors and oth ers who also want to hunt big game "Reds" Loss to "Whites." Vladvlstok. Red forces which met "White" troops In a battle on the Bpasfk front in an rngagement that opened October 6, are rtported to have bean defeated U. S. ISSUES FIRST c u L WILL RUN FOR THIRTY YEARS AT 4 1-4 PER CENT. WILL MATURE OCTOBER 195? National Debt Has Been Reduced About Four Billion Dollars Since April, 1921, Secretary Mellon Advises Banks of Country Washington The first government bond issue since the war has been announced by the treasury. Secretary Mellon offered for sub scription an Issue of about $500,000, 000 of four and one-quarter per cent of a programme for refunding short term debt The new issue will be dated Oct. 16, 1922, bearing interest at 4 1-4 per cent annually, payable April 15, and Oct. 15. The bonds will mature Oct. 15, 1952, but may be redeemed at the option of the United States aftoi Oct. 15, 1947. The last previous treasury bond Is sue was the fourth liberty loan in October, 1918. It carried interest at four and one quarter per cent to mature-in 20 years and amounted to nealy 17,000,000,000 Bearer bonds of the new Issue with interest coupons attached will be issued In denomina tion of $100, $500, $1,000, $5,000 $10, 000, while bonds registered as to prin cipal and interest will be issued in de nominations of $100, $500, $1,000, $5, 000, $10,000, $50,000 and $100,000. All will carry the usual tax exemption provisions. Secretary Mellon reserves the right to allot additional bonds above the $500,000,000 amount flxeu for subscriptions to the extent that four and three quarter per cent vic tory notes or treasury certificates of the series maturing December IB, 1922, are tendered in payment. Ap plications for new bonds not exceed ing $10,000 from any one subscriber will be alloted in full but applications for any amount in excess of $10,000 will be received subject to allotment. In a letter to banks Mr. Mellon asked continued co-operation for the distribution of the new bonds among investors. Discussing what has already Deen accomplished . In refunding the short dated debt, Mr. Mellon recalled that on April 30, 1921, when the refunding programme was announced, the gross public debt was $24,00(000,000, of whic over $7,500,000,000 was matur lng within two years, while on Sept. 30, 1922, the total debt was $22,800, 000,000 and about $4,000,000,000 of the early maturing debt had be m retired or refunded "The fiscal year, he sta'el there will fall due about $t,800,000.000 if victory nrtes, $625,000,000 of war sav ings certificates and about $1,100, 000,000 of treasury cert'ficates, of. which JRCOO.OOO, represent Pittman act certificates -which will be retired this year through the recoinage of silver bullion, while about $100,000, C00 of loan certificates maturing Oc tober 16, 1922, will be paid out of funds in hand. Retirement of these latter certifi cates, he added, will leave only tax certificates oustandlng and with tax payments as large as they are it is considered desirable for the treasury to have outstanding at least $1,000, 000,000 of tax certificates which cor responding reduct the amiunt to ne respondingly reduct the amount to necessary refunding Into other securi ties. , DOOM "DEAD" SIGNS." Advertising Association Will Revolu tionize Industry, They Say. : Atlantic CJty N. J. The Outdoor Advertising Association, at its con vention here, approved plans which, It was declared, would revolutionze the outdoor sign Industry. Chief among those is the plan to standardize the board construction of all signs. The board, of directors has been empow ered to employ an architestural engi neer to draw specifications 'for stand ard billboards. Another feature will be the doing away with all "dead signs," or boards that have been erected for advertising purposes and allowed to decay. Prisoners Make Beer. - Youngstown, Ohio. The source of the "Jags" which prisoners at tho Mahoning County Jail have been ac cumulating was discovered by the sheriff, and as a result the Jelly ra tion has been eliminated. The pris oners had been, saving their Jelly, putting it into a bucket and making a home brew. Take Down Hohenzollern. Berlin. The town council of Pots dam, auburb of Berlin, has decided to remove the Hohenzollern portraits from all public buildings and grant a sum of money to purchase the re publican colors. The Boa'e Dinner. London. A boa constrictor at .the London Zoological Park had its first meal for two years. One goat, four rabbits, three pigeons. The keeper's cap, which he dropped on the floor of the cage, was also devoured. - Honor Foreign Visitors. Washington. The steamship Lor raine carrying delegates from the principal allied armies to the Ameri can Legion convention at New Or leans will be met at sea by ' six American destroyers and escorted to New York, Oct. 10, It was announced at the navy department Destroyers Net Fired On. Constantinople. Inquiry has dis closed that the report that an Ameri can destroyer was recently fired oa Is without foundation BONDS Si ii nu COOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Q'heKitchen Cabinet CXXKX)CKXXXX)COCXXXDCXX)0000 l(i, Mil, Weatern Nawapuper Union!) These things I love, and they are friends to me A pearl pink east above a summer sea, A cold green sunbet over snow-waved . fields, . v . The earthly lncanse that the furrow yields. W.'P. Eaton. THE TONIC RHUBARB For Jelly making the fall la the time to use the rhubarb, as the fresh growth in the spring lacks pectin. Rhubarb Sher bet S oak one tablespoonful o f gelatin in one fourth of a cupful of cold water un til softened Make a sirup with four cupfuls of rhubarb Juice, two cupfuls of sugar, cook five minutes, add the softened gelatin and the Juice ef two lemons. Stir well, cool and freeze. Rhubarb Puffs. Put two tablespoon fuls of rhubarb In each of four pud ding cups that have been well but tered. Drop a spoonful of batter pre pared by using a cupful of flour, a half cupful of milk, a teaspoonful of bating powder and a little salt. Put In another spoonful of rhubarb and finish with a little batter, leaving room to rise. Place the cups in a pan of boiling water, cover closely and steam fifteen minutes. Serve with, the fol lowing sauce: Boll together one cup ful of sugar and two-thirds of a cupful of rhubarb Juice until it hairs. Pour elowly over two well-beaten egg whites and beat until thick. Serve over the puddings. Rhubarb Sponge. Soak two table spoonfuls of gelatin In one-fourth of a cupful of cold wa(pr. Scald a cupful of milk and dissolve one-third of a cupful of sugar in It. Pour the hot milk over the softened pelatln and stir until dissolved. Set the mixture In a cool place until It begins to stif fen, then beat well with an egg beater ; add one cupful of rhubarb sauce and fold In the whites of two eggs beaten stiff. Turn the mixture into a mold that has been rinsed with cold water and chill. Serve the sponge with whipped cream. Rhubarb Punch. Take one cupful of sugar, one-half cupful of water, the Juice of two lemons, three cupfuls of rhubarb Juice, and one cupful of pine apple Juice. Boll the sugar arid water for three minutes, then add the fruit Juices. Chill and serve with Ice. Punch No. 2. Boll three-fourths of a cupful of water with one and one half cupfuls of sugar for three min utes, add a pint of green tea twice the ordinary strength and three pints of rhubarb Juice, the Juice of three oranges and one lemon. . Chill and serve. Never despair; but If you do, work on In despair. Burke. GOOD THINGS TO EAT A soup, which is both dainty and de licious is the following: Tapioca Puree. Soak one cup ful of pearl tapi oca over night, cook In the morn ing In one quart of chicken stock, when the tapioca Is clear; add one quart of milk, thicken with one table spoonful of flour cooked In a table spoonful of butter, add to the soup and cook until the flour is well cooked, then add one cupful of cream and salt to taste. , ., Chicken With Rice. Cut up and stew a fat hen with water enough to almost cover It. When nearly tender add two cupfuls of uncooked rice. Cook carefully without stirring until the rice has absorbed all the broth. Season well, serve on a platter with the chicken surrounded by the rice. Stuffed Cabbage. Remove the. outer leaves of a cabbage and wash them thoroughly. ' Heat two tablespoonfuls of cooking oil and brown one chopped onion and one clove of garlic also chopped. Add one-half cupful of well washed rice and cook, stirring care fully until the rice is brown. Add one cup of chopped mutton and enough mutton stock to cover the rice.' Sim mer slowly until the rice Is tender. Season with salt and pepper. Fill the cabbage leaves with the rice mixture; If the leaves are too crisp wilt, them a minute in hot water, then drain. Jtoll up and tie and simmer for thirty minutes, turning- occasionally. Serve the gravy poured over the cabbage after removing the strings. X Virginia Sugar Biscuit. One cupful of lard mixed with one-half cupful of butter, six cupfuls of flour, one cupful of buttermilk,; three cupfuls of brown sugar, two eggs, one teaspoonful of soda dissolved In a tablespoonful of warm water, one nutmeg grated. Rub the shortening well Into the flour, mix with the milk and eggs and other In gredients. Roll quite thin, cut with a biscuit; cotter and , bake.,, - ; Chicken Stuffing.iVrhree cupfuls of bread crumbs, one cupful of.rtillk, one half cupful of ground peanuts, one half,, ontof) chopped -fine,, pepper and Salt'' Fill the prepared fowl and roast as- usual. .-'V , . , ., , , v . -' Bells Start Russian Trains. In Russia trains are sent off by bells at the station because: the peasant cannot read the time tables. The first belt U sounded a quarter of an hour before the train starts, the second Jve minutes before and the third means the train Is Btartlcg.' " And Still Good. "Ever since I can remember," said Uncle Eben, "de high cost of llvla' has been mentioned by careless peo ple as a 'cuse for btln' broke." Wask lagton Star. . ar -v;' tflet Contents lBFluidltocrmil r-)- ALCOHOL-8PERCBNT AVorfofnnlpfVMiarationfcfAj -i,iii,ndthpFoodbYMuta- tmgtheStofiarjggbj ThcrctyPromolin.Des1lQfj CtecrfulnessandRcstCflCtate neither Oplam.Morphlne noTj Mineral Not NArcotk-, a (.infill Remedy for ConstlonandDiarrhoe and revCTisu""": resirttJnathercfromjmW TteSifttite Sijnstarerf laiCnntomCoOTfltt .ni1T j'a'n' m Exact Copy of Wrapper, wmmmmmmmmmLsw Natural Indigestion. Jackson So there's no truth In tt report that you've been dodging you Income tax? Newrlch It's an Infamous libel. I've tried to do It every possible way, but have never succeeded. Snowy linens are the pride of every housewife. Keep them in that condi tion by using Red Cross Ball Blue In your laundry. At 'all grocers. Adver tisement ' . SILLY IDEA OF "BLUE BLOOD" Austrian Aristocratic Requisites About on a Par With the Action of Foolish Boy. , Dean Hevkel of Lafayette college said at a dinner In Gaston: "The Austrian aristocracy must be taking Austria's new democratic gov ernment very hard, for Austrian so ciety was the most rigidly exclusive In the world. You had to have four quarterings to your coat of arms that Is, all the -way back to your grand father and grandmother on both fa ther's and mother's side, all your people had to be noble. A drop of common blood, and you were not received at court or in society. "This absurd treatment of good Aus trlans who didn't happen to be noble deserved to vanish as It has vanished, for it was stupid, absurd, cruel. In fact, It was all of a piece with the action of the boy who was found ston ing a frog and yelling savagely at it : "Til l'arn ye to be a frog!" In dianapolis News. ' v , ' . . Too Late In the Day." A woman and her small son were passing a candy store one afternoon, when the boy noticed a window in which a heap of all-day suckers were on display. "Oh, mammal" cried the boy, "I want an nil-day sucker I" , Catching him firmly by the hand, she dragged him away from the win dow, saying: "Robert, you must not tease mother like that. What do you want of an all-day sucker at four o'clock in the afternoon?" Judge. , If one can't remember what he reads, he ought to go to lectures. He may be ear-minded Instead of book minded. A woman prefers a husband taller than herself so that she can pretend to look up to him. - K " r ibp9 I enTjfc'Wi Children Special Care That Baby should have a bed of its own all are agreed. Tet It -Is more reasonable for an Infant to sleep with grown-ups than to us a man's medicine in an attempt to regulate the delicate organism of that same infant. Either practice is to be shunned. Neither would be tolerated by specialists in children's diseases. Your Physician will tell you that Baby's medicine must b prepared with even greater care than Baby's food. , A Baby's stomach when in good health is' too often disarranged by improper food. Could you for a moment, then, think of giving to your ailing child anything but a medicine especially prepared for Infants and Children ? Don't be deceived. Make a mental note of this: It is important, Mothers, that you should remember that to function well, the digestive organs of your Baby must receive special care.1 No Baby is so abnormal that the desired results may be had from the use of medicines primarily prepared for grown-ups. MOTHERS 8H0UID READ THE BOOKLET THAT IS AROUND EVSRY BOTTLE OF FUTCHEirS CASTOR), GENUINE CASTOR I A ALWAYS Bears the TH CCNTAUR COMPANY. NSW YORK CITY. BRIGHTENS, REFRESHES, ADDS HEW DELIGHT TO OLD DRAPERIES PUTNAM FADELESS DYES dyes or tints as you wish Woman's Rights. "So you are in favor of long skirts T" "I am," replied Miss Cayenne. "A bowlegged girl has some rights that ought to be considered." For Colds, Croup and Pains. Use Vacher-Balm; it relieves at once. Avoid imitations.' Ask your druggist E. W. Vacher, Inc., New Orleans. La. Advertisement FOUND OUT WHAT WAS WRONG Physician Might at Least Take Com fort, In Fact That His Subcon scious Mind Was Right Bave you ever done a piece of work, conscious at the time that something was vitally wrong with It but unable to figure out the defect until after the Job was finished? The "feeling that something Is wrong'.' floats up .vaporlike from . the subconscious mind, one of every per son's two brains.. A Toronto doctor tolled evenings for two winters building in his cellar an eighteen-foot motorboat for Mus koka lakes. At that time he was con scious . that something was wrong, but could not figure it out, though he pondered In detail everything from engine to paint , , When It came time to take the boat to the freight train he abruptly learned what had ' bothered his sub conscious brain: There was no way of getting the boat st of the cellar except by tearing a big hole in the foundations of the house, and digging a deep opening to the outside. Possibly Taking No Chances. Two tired men the sort of men who are always tired were talking about the forthcoming election in their town, and discussing the rival candidates. I "Now, that Mr. Pusher is a good sort I" said one. ; "I'm not so sure of that," replied the other. "But what makes you think that?" "Why, did you aotlee how" heartily he shook hands with me?" ,, "Yes, I did," replied his friend. "He wasn't content with one hand, he grabbed both. He's a good fellow, he Is." The other looked at blm thoughtful ly for a moment.. Then he said : "Yes, and he's very proud , of hia gold watch 1" . Trying. to save money on the family table? Consider fried mush. The one way to keep sound, perfect teeth THE only way to keep the priceless blessing of sound, perfect teeth to eat the kind of food that suprtiei them not only with -proper nourishment but gives them work to do. Grape-Nuts not only induces thorough masti cation, but also supplies the lime and other elements re quired for building firm tooth structure. ' . This wholesome, healthful cereal food is made from whole wheat flour and malted barley. All the nutriment of these splendid grains, including the vital mineral ele ments so often lacking. in so-called "refined" foods, is retained. ) ' t A delicious, appetizing dish, Grape-Nuts, with cream or good milk, provides complete nourishment for body, . ... aa a a) bone and nerves, m readily Sold by Grocers Everywhere! "There's a Reason" nr-T rtf Tr - X TIG, Made by Poetna Cereal Cry For -fry of Baby. Signature of To overcome the display of emotion is a life work. The baby begins Ufa by crying. Noah built the first wooden ship; but not after.lt was discovered that steel ships were better. Dr. Paerr'e "Dead Shot" Is the onlr mlfuga which oparatea thoroughly attar one dole, and remove. Worm, and Tapeworm a wall as the rnucua la which they lodge anoV breed, without the need of caetor OIL One coat, one doae, one effect lit -Pearl M Mew Tors. City, Advertisement. Ante Have Homing Instinct Like bees, ants can find their way home from a distance. They evident ly take Impression by touch, eight or sense of smell of certain sign poets. Cutlcura Comforts Baby's 8ktn When red, rough and Itching, by hot , baths of Cutlcura Soap and touches of Cutlcura Ointment. Also make use now and then of that exquisitely scented! dusting powder, Cutlcura Talcum, one of the Indispensable Cutlcura Toilet Trio. Advertisement Good Portable Lock. A portable door and window tocftt that can be carried In the pocket and applied anywhere without, nails or screws has recently been Invented by -B. N. Wlckwlre of Carbondale, Pa. It consists of a wedge that Is placer between the door and the door jamb. , The wedge carries a series of fin teeth that are brought lightly Into con tact with the wood by pressure upon , lever. If anyone attempts to open the) door the movement wedges the lock Into the Jamb and the teeth grip so firmly that the entire door frame must , be torn away, the Inventor declares, ' before the lock can be forced. . Muelo Inducee Cows to Give More Milk. Dr. C. Batiks McNalrP superintend- j ent of . the Caswell ' Training school, state Institution, has produced proot that music induces cows to give more) . milk, says a dispatch to the Philadel-j . phla Inquirer from Kington, N. Cu The school has a herd of Holstelnauj ' The case of "Louise" was typical. Onei week, without' music, the cow gave) ' 382.5 pounds of milk. The next week. " when a phonograph produced soothing; r tones at the milking periods, the pro- ' ductlon Increased to 4193 pounds. The third week, when there were no sweet' . strains, Louise slumped to a figure un ' der the 400-mark. Doctor McNalrn declared where there" Were, sixty es ; eighty cows together , the profit laj music would be hundreds - of doll am a year. 1 digestible torm. T - - ir TST TTT TT7T 1 JL UiX-a-'A-iV Ce., W Settle Creek, Mktv : t 3.