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CURED IN FIVE HOURS. New Home Made Syrup. (Cut thin Out.) From Boston Post. Prnsrrcss In Pisdtoal compounds Bpvi t ceases, and now It la stated by a prominent medical man thai any aaep-aaatal OOttgk or cold on the Iuiiks can lip actually cured In five hours by the clock. Opium or mor phine have been resorted to in the pant. as relief measures. Uut now It is learned that the system must be treated to rid It of Inflammation and congestion. A tonic laxative cough syrurp does the work bo quickly and thoroughly as to be almost magical. What heretofore lias taken weeks to cure can be accomplished In hours. Oct this formula tilled or mix It at home ar.d always keep It on hand: One-half ounce fluid wild chaff) bark, one ounce compound essence rardiol and three OUBOM syrup white pine compound. Shake the bottle and take twenty drops every half hour for four hours. Then take one half to one tcaspoonful three or four times a day until the lyataiB Is putillcd and toned up. ( Ive children less according to age One Idling will usually euro a whole family, as the dose Is small. HE HAD HIS TROUBLES. TOO Physical Infirmity Alone Prevented Man Joining His Companions In Misfortune. It was married man's night at the revival meeting. "Let all you husbands who hnve trouble! on your minds stand up!" shorn, d the emotional preacher at the height of his spasm Instantly every man In the church rose to bis feet except one. "Ah!" exclaimed the preacher, peer lug nut at this lone siller, who occu pied a chair near the door and apart from the miliars 'You uru one in a million." ' It ain't that,'' piped back this one helplessly, as the rest of the emigre gallon tinned to gaae suspiciously at him. "I can t get up; I'm paralyzed." SKIN ROUGH AS BARK. Baby Boy Had Intense Itching, Humor Scratched Till Blood Ran. Found a Cure In Cuticura. "Our son, two rear old, was afflicted with a rush. After he miffi-red With the trouble several weeks 1 took him to the doctor but It got worse. The rash ran together and mado large hlistors. The llttlo fellow didn't want to do anything but scratch and wc had 1o wrap lilu hands up to keep him Iron tearing the flesh open till the blond would run. Tho Itching was In tetiso. Tho skin on his back becamo haul and rough like, the bark of a tree. He suffered Intensely for about three months. Hut 1 found a remedy In Cuticura Roup and Cuticura Oint ment. The result was almost mag Iral. That was more than two years go and there has not been the slight est symptom of It since he was cured. J. W. Ijiuck, Vukon, Okla., Aug. 28 and Sept. 17, 1908." I'otu-r Drug & Cbfuu. Corp., Hole Props., llolUia. JUST SUIT Hfcrl. Employer What we want Is n Dlfhl Watchman that watches somebody who cen sleep with one eye open and both ears, and who is not afraid to tackle anything, see? Applicant I see, boss; I'll send me wife round. FOR OLD PEOPLE. After reuchlng the age of forty the human system gradually declines. The accumulated poisons in tho blood cause rheumatic pains In tho Joints, muscles and back. These warnings should be promptly relieved and Berl O'ih illness avoided by using the fol lowing prescription which shows won derful results even nfter tho first few doses and It will eventuully restore physical strength. "One ounce compound syrup of Sarsaparilla; one ounco Torls com pound; half pint of high grade whis key. This to be mixed and used In 'tahlespoonful doses before each meal and at bedtime. The bottle to bo well shaken each time." Any druggist has these Ingredients or can get them from his wholesale house. Wanted More. V'rnncls. aged 2 Vs. was given a bunch of grspeo on his solemn promise not to "swallow the seeds." Very care fully he removed them all, and en Joyed the fruit as a child always does enjoy a new goody. When he had re moved the last grape from Its clinging place, he handed the empty stalk to his futher. "Daddy," he said, "will you send this back to the store nnd have the man put some more grapes on ItT" Astonished the Company. A famous dean was once at dinner, when, just as the cloth was removed, the subject of discourse happened to be that of extraordinary mortality among lawyers. "We have loat," said a gentleman, "not less than six emi nent barristers In as many months." The dean, who was quite deaf, rose us ,hls friend llnlshed bis remarkB, and gave the company grace "For this ond erery other mercy, make us truly thankful " The Farmington Times The Farrnlnoton Timet Prtg. Co., Pubs. FARMINOTOnI ' " MISSOURI Knot hall collisions simply cannot h prevented. No one has yet detected llalley's comet with the naked eye. In many Instances nutomobib scorching Is its own punishment. The one business that will go Willi out tdrertlitag is mining the ftunneo Unite naturally that damaging cloudburst at Tabasco, Mex., was "hot stuff ." Game Is reported scarce In Maine, but theft are plenty of guides to blaze awa at. llalley's comet is beginning to look brighter, ami so Is general trade lu this country. Japan has possession of Korea, hut It Is still pat lug Installments on the purchase price. Something like 2.UO0 years ago Qreecs ruled the world; now it cun not rule Itself. Those who care for that sort o' thing can look forward to a busy win tcr of pugilistic gossip. The pemmli-an that has to be cut with an ax and the Igloos that have to be built by the Iceman will never become popular lu this country. All the freight cars In the country are in use. but the loads they carry have not been marked down so fnr as the ultimate consumer Is concerned Now it Is Bulgaria which Is facing a crisis. The day in which some of the gOVernmentl of tin- world do not face a crisis Is a very dull one in contour porary history. An actor In a Toronto music hall was stricken with blindness in the middle of a song It might have heen better all around hud his audience been stricken with deafness. It Is announced that Count Beppo lln In planning to fly from France to New York In his dirigible. It will be a perfectly sufe proposition If he does not do any more than merely to plan Princess Victoria Louise of Prussia has been appointed colonel of the Death's Head Hussar Heglmeut. This has no hearing upon the military sit nation lu Kurope lis point lies In the fact that the princess can now wear: a hussar jacket with dolman, trimmed In black aslruchan anil silver; a fur bushy with silver decoration; gown to oofreopond. Another indication is furnished of the growth of liberalism In China. An imperial edict has been Issued recog nlzlug the furl lo oming provincial as seniblles. These assemblies will ere ate the Imperial assembly, charged with the duty of preparing a constltu Hon for the nation This Is the first step taken by the government looking to actual effort In behalf of constltu Uonnlkun, One of the big New York banks has issued a circular criticising the designs of the lntest $20. $10 and gol.l pieces, saying the coins niny be artistic In appearance but i.re subject to abrasion to an extent which is oh Jecllonahle However, the average person Into whose possession they come Is not likely to object to the design so long as he can get enough of the coins. China has made another advance toward liberal rule. The government Is previirlng plans for electing an lm perlal assembly, which will consist of an upper nnd a lower house. A num ber of provincial assemblies are al ready in existence, and they are giv ing hearty support to the govern meat's progressive policies, Including the suppression of the opium I raffle The new regime In Chlnn seems to huve made a fair start. There does not seem to be any doubt that the rainy season has be gun In the Philippines. Following the destructive typhoon In Luzon 18 Inches of rain fell In nine hours nnd M Inches In 24 hours. There was a rise of On feet In the lined river. This beats all storm records In that quar ter, and nlso suggests what might be done lu the way of conservation could that surplus wnter be stored up nnd kept ugalnst the need of a dry period. It Is not necessary for the young sters to read dime novels to find he roes worthy of Imitation.. The ten year old New York "kid" who refused to keep quiet when burglnrs threat oned him and who In his night dress chased the robbers until he landed them In the hands of the police Is far nearer the real thing than any chnr acter that can he found In cheap lit ernture. His exploit beat that of the ordinary "Daredevil Dick" clear out of sight. A Oreek war Is deproable. not only for the blood spilled, but for the cuss words It provokes in tho proofroom of a newspaper over the unpronounce able names. The scientists have noticed changes on Mars which convince them that there has been a terrific convulsion on the planet, one result of which must havo been to destroy all life, If any had existed there. Where Is the dar lng aviator who will make a trip In that direction and ascertain Just what has happened? Outwit Horse Sharper Did you ever find a lemon in a horse's nose? How and why did it get there? Did the last horse you bought go incurably lame the next day ? Do you know why ? Why were his ears tied together with a fine silken thread? Perhaps you are about to buy a horse because you like his " ginger " ? Are you sure it is health and high spirits, or IS It ginger commercial ginger? Are you sure you could tell the age of a horse by its teeth ? Or would your experience be like that other man's, who paid $3500 for a 17-year-old horse, thinking he was buying a 7yearold ? The horse had been " Bishoped." Horse buying and trading offer hundreds of opportu nities and temptations to use trickery and sharp prac tice. There js only one way to meet It : read "HORSE SECRETS" EXPOSED Doped and Doctored horses are sold every day; be on your guard. A Partial List of Secrets SECRETS OF HORSE TRADING AND SELLING : The loose shoe trick. The turpentine nnd frnso llne swindles. The horse-huir trick. The fresh butter nnd flaxseed tricks. Milking n horse appear vicious or unsound. "Shutting" a "heaver." ' Plugging" " roarer." HidiiiK spavins or lameness. The Ringer trick. Tricks of crooked auctioneers. The widow trick. The "burglar" dodge and many others. SECRETS OF HORSE FEEDING AND RAISING: Successful silage feeding to horses. 5ecretof hand raising a foal. Secret method of fatten ing draughters. Secret of molasses feeding for horses. SECRETS OF HORSE TRAINING AND HANDLING: Secret of stopping halter pulling. Secret of keeping a mule from kicking. Secret ol han dling and curing balky horses. Secret ol curing stall kicking. Etc., etc. It will protect yntt will make you horsc-wise and cmok-proof.and save you from being cheated by dopes or tricks wlicn buying, selling, or trading, It exposes and makes you acquainted with the tricks and handling methods of fry pi and a certain class of unxrnp uloul dealers. Many of the secrets of this book arc now made public fur the first time. No such collection of Horse Trading, Horse Buying, Horse Training, and Horae Feeding information has ever before been published. It is impossible even in this large space to (jive a Complete list of the secrets in this sensational book, " Horse Secrets " has been prepared by Dr. A. S. Alexander, the famous veterinarian, who has had upwards of 25 years' experience in Horae-Duying and Breading, How to Secure "Horse Secrets" Horse Btcrcti has .ill the Interest of tn rx itine, stnry. Tho reader goes .ilmp from pKe to page with increasing wonderment at the clever dishonesty ol tricky Jinisr tr.uli 1 .. it is a book tli.it will sharpen your wits, ami already tin ttemsnd has tar exceeded our expectations, We could k11 this book and make large sales, too, at almost any price we wanted tn ask. 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Tho advertising columns rssoalva the most careful srmtiny and the hart are up all the nine againtl medical, dereplive, suggestive Of DSSty advertising of an v kind whatever. FAKM tOCJCNAL U thirty three years ..Id, and has grown 1.. he by far the largest in the wrM. Its score ol rdii'.rs are men and women she write "with tbetr sleeve, lolled up.' They know what ll.ey are talking alu.ul. sad can qua when thev are through. Hy Itself, PAR1I fOURN sL u w. nh many dollars a year to evv-v American Who Bvsts 111 or near the country. Ycl the pril e, WITH "Horse Secrets ' is only It .00 for I I VIC YKAKS. It you aend your dollar within 10 days, we will Include free "Poor Kkhard Revived," our splendid iqio Parm Almanac. 48 pages ol useful and amusing reading, calendar for the year 1010, etc. 11 B -ihh im -iHii -ih-ii -nil iivii- PARM JOURNAL, 10N7 Ruee Street, Philadelphia, Pn. Osblhaasu 1 Tiiulinsil find gt.oo (or a copy of Horse Secrets and subscription to l arm Jottffsvsl lor live years. II Name . n r. o.. II C I gSM ll.ssssss-sssts-W. lllla, Farm Journal, 1087 Race St., Philadelphia Street or R. F. D. State At 1 tend this within ks day,, lenj nte " PttSff lo, liar J kev 0 II Sentiments tor Husbands. "When n man rnilly Iovoh ti Ih Wife lie ought to combine all hta BlOMt s. ntlmcnta toward oilier women Into .on- big sentiment (or her. "He nhoiild show her the rexpect he (ll toward IiIh mother; the polite nesB ho shows other women, nnd the responsibility be faeli toward bis sif ter. "To all of that he should add the great love he Bhould (eel (or a wife." Fine Tonic Mixture. A superior tonic, appetizer nnd stim ulant for the exhausted overworked system Isone-hnlt pint good whiskey to which should he lidded one ounce com pound fluid baUBWOrt nnd one ounce compound syrup unrsapnrllla. Ah nn nppetlzcr take n tablespooatUl before mo.ils. An n tonic take alter meals and nt bedtime. Any druggist can mix it quickly. Good for the Nerves. At a recent archery tournament In London 300 women took part In the contest, the game having become very popular. It Is recommended by 1in don physicians us splendid for the QerTM American women havo never taken very kindly to the sport, but the renewal of Interest abroad may effect a change In this country. There All the Time. It is told of Dr. ThoroM that he was j once Mkad to five away the prizes at a school belonging to tho London Kfhoo board, In the course of his opening address lie gravely ashed the children, "Which was the largost Island In the world be (or Australia wns discovered?" When the youngsters gave It up. he said In the MUSS grnvo way, which mado them laugh all the more. "Why, Australia, of course, it was there nil the tlnio!" Taught by Experience. "So the Jury returned a verdict without UNaYiAf the courtroom," said the visitor. "Yep," nnswi.r'il Uroncho Hob "That H the way CrliUHon Qulch juries 1 alwnys do iiowhUuvh. Tho boyn have I had ho much tfOtlbii that they May f where they are Instead of taking rhanees on petting separated from I their hats and nvi-nnnts," The Largest manufacturer of Men's Fine Shoes in the World w.-ii i w , L. Douglas comfortable, I By-wa I k t n I ehotts. Thoy ar mudn upon honor, of tho bt It nth r, by the mott killed workmen, In ml the Inteet fnnhlons. 8hon In I every style and snap to suit men In nil wnlks of life. If I could take ycu Into my large I factories nt Brockton, Mass., nnd how you how carefully w. L. Doug las shoes nre mnde, you would then understand why they hold their shape, fit better, wear longer and are of creator value than any other maken CAt'TiON. Rf thst W. L. I'onglu ismnttiiil tint rnt.-iil in ! n nttiix-Juii htittom, Tnkn So NnhntltiiU'. tho I 1 I lLuuLLL mviiir.ni.ii. i iiWtT No HobnoDblng. Mrs. Asklt When sin 's abroad does she hobnob with royalty? Mrs. Nonniight .Morey.no! Her be haviour Is always extremely proper. Smart Set. Rebuked. Clarice- Hon t you think that our Hat Is lots nicer than the Drowns'? Friend - Tut. tut, Clarice! It's had form to match quarters. This Will Interest Mothers. Mot). or liruy'H Kwr.-I rOWdSTS for Chll dr. ii. usad b) Mother Qnur, u nurse in Chllilrci.',- II.. ii..-. N Vork, cure Coriatl patinn, Fevertshnesa, Teething Disorders, ipjnnch Troubles nnd Destroy wbrnisi !,0wl testimonials of euros. All drurrKlM. Huriiplo KUm:. Address Allen H. Olmsted. 1.. Roy, K, Y. Sufficient Evidence. "Father was evidently drinking agiilti last night." "What makes you think Hint?" "lie snssed the Janitor alien he came In." I.ouIhv lib- Courier-Journal. EXPOSl'BK TO r riLD and ,.t It the Hi Mii, i.. Pneumonia. Tut.. IVrrt lravlt' I'lunt.M.-r iiii'I III,- ,!i,iit-r u . : 1 ,, qua led : :.i r , r .. .0, : A mrl thinks a man Impertinent If he tries to flirt with her and IndlfTcr ent if he doesn't Mrs. Wlnslow's tioothllia: Nirap. For rtill.lren tefltbtaa. tofieoi ttitsumt, rjSNSSSS In Dtnitntuuu. allart p.ln. euro, triad collu. M . tx.ule. Don't believe everythins; you hear over a telephone wire. Many who used to .mnlip 0s cigars are now KiuoUing Lswlt? Kinglc Hinder straight Be, It takes a woman to tell a secret and magnify Its Importance. Aches, Sprains, Bruises, Stiff ness, Soreness, Neuralgia, Lumbago, Sciatica Day after day some kind of pain stands on your threshold. Hut it won't stay nftor s vigorous rubbing with St. Jacobs Oil. It won't return in a hurry, cither. S! JACOBS OIL THE GREAT REMEDY FOR PAIN Price 25c, 50c. t. Jacobs Oil, Ltd., Baltimore, Md. Awarded SIX GOLD MEDALS at lalentstteaal Eipotllioas lor betas the brtt ptia cure. Baoauaa of tlioaa ugly, grizzly, gray halra. Uaa LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER, PRIOR, ai.oo, retail.