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INTERESTING ITEMS —: J. P. Brewer, a Neosha (Kan.) man, had to get off the water wagon In or der to get married. He drives the street sprinkler. Mayor Graham of Wichita is quoted *<* saying to the mayor of Tulaa: ''It 'a hell running a prohibition city, when a majority of one's constituents have champagne appetites.” In 1910 fiscal year Germany Im ported $3,126,130 worth of boots and • hoes and exported $3,277,734 worth. Her purchases from the United States imounted to $638,356, besides $1,183, 179 worth of “upper leather.” We imported last year $17,643,000 worth of works of art, 20 «sara old %nd over free of duty, besides $673, 126 worth of art works produced abroad by Americans. We exported 4998,321 worth of paintings and statu ary. The Monet (Mo.) Midgets, hereto fore regarded as Invincible, went over to Aurora and got trimmed. In a column obituary In the Monet Star a Midget fan explains that “they had to Pitch downhill, had to field uphill and the umpire was s burglar.” An English manufacturer st Brad ford Js now weaving a cloth made en tirely1 (warp and weft) of human balr. The fabric is Intended for interlinings for men's wear, and possesses the ad vantages of being absolutely unbreak able, unshrinkable and uncreasable, A record breaking tearhera' assem bly *a» recently held at the 1’hllip plne Normal school. Over 900 pro vincial teachers reported for duty, j says the Manila Tlbic*. The study was largely of special Industrial In struction and methods of teaching. In dustrial education is a strong hope of the Islands Masses of the people have to be literally (aught bow to work. While Paraguay offer* tittle oppor tunity for foreign trade, the merchants of Aaeuncion claim that business Im proved In 1910, a larger number of commercial sales agents baring via- ; lied the country during the year, three of whom were from the Potted States, our trade with Paraguay In the last three calendar years was. 1901, Im ports. 116.317; exports. 8K.129; 1909, imports. 119.339; exports. 149,874; 1910. Imports, 1*4,947; exports, 160,611. Spain contain* 11.897,041 acres at unproductive land. A semiautomatic telephone System la being tried out in Amsterdam. There are 38,099 Russians at work Ju Scottish iron and coal mines. Women are now engaged In alt hut two of the 303 gainful occupations of the men of this country. --I.-- -- The Frmch Woman Suffrage asso ciation has Increased Its membership £9 per cent, in th* last 13 months. A little boy whose grandmother had Just died wrote the following letter, 1 which he duly posted: "Dear Angela •—We have sent you grandma. Please give her a harp to play, as she Is short winded and cannot blow a trum : pet."* Vanity Fair Home people are so easy, a Republic county, Kansas, editor saya, that a j smart agent could sell them a con tagious disease. A little girl in Sabetba. Kan., la to be baptised soon, and she Is proudly telling her friends that she la to be "advertised.** Recent c-rjiertments In Oermany In dicate that drainage waters do not take any more plant food sway from fertilised soils than from unfertilised. There are 29 princesses, six duchess es, 72 baronesses and eight viscount eases of American birth. James J. Hill says he doesn’t want i to die with hta boots on. and accord- ! Sngly he Is preparing to retire from active business life. From 40,000 to 43,000 bales of raw silk a year are exported from Canton, China, to Kurope and the United Btates. The average weight of a bale of raw silk Is 100 pounds, and the average price in 191C was (357.85 gold. The census returns showed that In Nevada there was only seven-tenths of a man to the square mile. One hour by wireless from Olace Hay, C. B., «o Pagar, on the coast of French Western Africa, Is the aston tailing fc-at accomplished by a recent message. -- The asphalt deposits of Cuba, wher developed, are expected to prove su perior to all others throughout the world. NOT FOR MRS. PILKINSTON Wife of Husband, Drafted for the War, booked With Disfavor on Proffered Substitute. Mr. Pllkinston, a small farmer in Pennsylvania, was drafted for the service of his country during the Civil war. His wife, though she pos sessed but a small stock of informa tion, was one of the best conjugal partners, and she was much troubled at the thought of parting with her husband. As she was engaged In scrubbing off her doorsteps, a rough looking stranger came up and thus addressed her: "I hear, ma'am, that your husband has been drafted." "Yes, sir, he has.," answered Mrs. Pllkinston, "though, dear knows, i there's a few men that couldn’t better be spared from their families." "Well, ma'am, I've come to ofler myself as a substitute for him." "A what?" asked Mrs. Pllkinston, with some excitement. “I’m willing to tske Ills place," said ; the stranger. "You take the place of my husband, | you wretch! I’ll teach you to Insult a distressed woman that way, you vaga- ; bond," cried Mrs. Pllkinston. as she discharged the dirty soapsuds In the fare of the discomfited and astonished substitute, who took to his heels Just in time to escape having his head ; broken by the bucket. IN AGONY WITH ITCHING “About four years ago I broke out with sores on my arms liko boils. Af ter two months they were all over my body, some coming, end some going away. In about six months the bolls | quit, but my arms, neck and body broke out with an Itching, burning rash. It would bum and Itch, and come out In pimples like grains of wheat. I was in a terrible condition; ; I could not sleep or rest. Farts of my flesh were raw, and 1 could scarcely ! bear my clothes on. ! cobid not lie •n bed in any position and rest In about a year the sores extended down to my feet. Then I suffered agony with (be burning. Itching sores. 1 could hardly walk and for a long time I could not put on socks. “Ait this time I was trying every thing I could hear of, and had the skill of three doctors. They said It was enema. I got no benefit from all this. I was nearly worn out. and had given up In despair of ever being cured when f was advised by a friend to try Outkura Reinedle*. I purchased Cull* cura Boap, Ointment, and Resolvent, and used exactly as directed. I used the Cutlcura Remedies constantly for four months, and nothing else, and was perfectly cored. It la now a year, and I have not had the least bit since, i am ready to praise the Cutlcura Rem edies st any time. fBIgnedl K. L. Cate. Kxlle. Ky, Nov. 10, 1910. Although Cutlcura Soap and Oint ment are aold by druggists and dealers everywhere, a sample of each, with 32 page book, will be mailed free on ap plication to “’Cutlcura,” Dept. SI, K, Boston. Prudential Reasons. •'8o you are going to send your cook off. Hut Isn’t her name Arabella Ounnr "W hat * that got to do with our getting rid of her?" ‘ Hut, my dear boy, Isn’t there an ordinance against discharging A. Gunn within the city limits?" Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CABTOitlA. a safe aiul sure remedy for infants and children, and tee that It In Use For Over 30 Year*. Children Cry for Fletcher** Castoria Easy. Knicker—How can you identify your umbrella? Docker—By the man I took It from. Stop the Pain. The hurt of a bum or a cut stops when Cole's Carbollsalve l» applied. It heele uoicklv end prevents soars. Sic end 60c by drugglete. For free sample write to 4. W. Cots A Co.. 11 leek lUver Fells. Wil. A good name being better than riches. It behooves us to take better care of our reputations. The man wiio thinks he knows it all never gets much or a chance to tell It Mrs. Wlnalow's Soothing Syrup for Children trrthlug. softens the gums, reduce* lafletnme Uon, alleys peln, euree wind colic, 36c e bottle. Every time a child shows you its toy bank It's your ante. Lewis’ Single Binder, straight Bo—many «woken prefer them to 10c cigars. Girl chums are almost as thick as a fat man. SURE. JIggs—Tho corset trust isn’t eco nomical. Jaggs—How do you know? JIggs—Why. everything it makes goes to waist. TRAINED NURSE SPEAKS. Has Found Doan'a Kidney Pills In valuable. Mrs. Emellne Green, nurse, Osage, Iowa, says: "I have nursed many cases of terrible kidney disorders and have found Doan's Kidney Pills the beat remedy ror such troubles. In confine ment when It la bo necessary to have the kli aeys In good condition, Doan's Kidney Fills are In a class alone. They are splendid also for backache, dizziness, bloating, retention and other kidney and bladder troubles.*’ Remember the name—Doan's. For sale by druggists and general storekeepers everywhere. Price 60c. Foster-.MIIburn C^, Buffalo. N. Y. The Supreme Test. Brownly—Is Jones contented? Townly—I should say so; I never beard him complain of the way his child ia taught in school.—Harper's Bazar. A woman has about as much use for a man who doesn't admire her as a fatted calf has for a prodigal son. I/errin' fc ingle Binder, extra quality to bacco, coat* more than other Sc cigar*. It’s the lam! of the free—for spin sters and bachelors. For Your , Enjoyment Here’* an individual among fairly tnap* with deliciou :v^haa more to it than mere wetnea* or aweetnea*—it’avir M oroua, full of life. YouT ‘ ‘ * 9 to the laat drop and afterv you Kt u Arrow think __ of Coca-Cola THE German Savings Institution OF ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI Established 1853 Capital - - $ 500,000.00 Surplus - - - 1,000,000.00 Undivided Profits 400,000.00 Deposits - - 10,000,000.00 We invite the account* of Individual*, Firm* and Corporation*, and pay interest on deposits. 2% on daily balance* over $500. 3% on six month* time deposit*. 4% on twelve month* time deposit*. “Oh, you can never fool my Ma, I know just what she’ll say, That that’s as much like Faultless Starch, As night-time is like day.” Kit »«•> Ife /U Ma>ui!«| M l« Chiid/t, n IVrUTA VVmaoi E.('alrmnii|Wu)k U A I V % I Vlnjimi III'. liookitfrw. Ilikti I n I klw I U<.it rtfereuum, i»-«i nauiuk Xi afflicted with! ■uro oft!*, um) ! Thompson’s Eya Watar MILLIONS o/’FAMILIES aro* u*»n4 Syrup s^Figs EUXIRef SENNA FOR COLDS AND HEADACHES. INDIGESTION AND STOMACH GAS AND FERMENTATION. CONSTIPATION AND BILIOUSNESS.WITH MOST SATISFACTORY RESULT! ^■m»TTTj,i nirrn CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP IN THE CIRCLE ON EVERY PACKAGE OFTHE GENUINE ... , .» — - THE WONDERFUL POPULARITY OP THE GENUINE SYRUP OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA HAS IXO UNSCRUPULOUS MANUFACTURERS TO OFFER IMITATION! IN ORDER TO MAKE A LARGER PROFIT AT THE EXPENSE OP THEIR CUSTOMER! IF A DEALER ASKS WHICH SIZE YOU WISH OR WHAT MAKE YOU WISH WHEN YOU ASK FOR SYRUP OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA, HE IS PREPAR* INC TO DECEIVE YOU TELL HIM THAT YOU WISH THE CENUINT. MANUFACTURED BY THE CALIFORNIA FIG SIRUP CO ALL RELIABLE DRUGGISTS KNOW THAT THERE IS BUT ONE GENUINE AND THAT IT IS MANU FACTURED BY THE CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO ONLY NOTE THE NAME PRINTED STRAIGHT ACROSS. NEAR THE BOTTOM. AND IN THE CIRCLE,NEAR THE TOP OF EVERY PACKACE.OF THE GENUINE ONE SIZE ONLY. FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS REGULAR PRICE SOt PLR BOTTLE. OF PACKAGE. •-* SYRUP OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA IS ESREGALLY ADAPTED TO THE NEEDS OP LADIES AND CHILDREN. AS IT IS MILD AND PLEASANT GENTLE AND EFFECTIVE, AND ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM OBJECTIONABLE INGREDIENTS IT IS EQUALLY BENEFICIAL for WOMEN AND FOR MEN- YOUNG AND OLD FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DRUGGIST! ALWAYS BUY THE GENUINE. California Fig Syrup Cq 50,000 Men Wanted in Western Canada 200 Million Bushels Wheat to be Harvested Harvest Help in Great Demand Reports from the Provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta (Western Canada) indicate one of the best crops ever raised on the continent To harvest this crop will require at least 50,000 harvesters. Low Rates Will be Gi ven on All Canadian Roads Excursions are run daily and full particulars will be given on applica tion to the following authorized Cana dian Government Agent. The rates are made to apply to all who wish to take advantage of them for the pur pose of inspecting the grain fields of Western Canada, and the wonderful opportunities there offered for those who wish to invest, and also those who wish to take up actual farm life. Apply at once to W. H. Rooero, 126 W. Ninth St., Karuas City, Mo. C. J. Broughton, 4I2 Merchant! 1. & T. Building. Chicago will reduce Inf Inined .swollen Joints, HnilucH.Huft Hunches. Cure ltotls, Poll Kvll, Qultor, Fistula or any unhealthy sore quickly: pleasant to »is«-; docs not blister under bandage or remove the hair, and you can work the horse. B par bot 1 tie, delivered. Hook 7 IS free. A ItHORlilN K, .J It., liniment for /\ mankind, Reduces Painful, Hwol C \ left Veins, tioitre, Wenfc Ht rains, S ) Bruises, stops Pain and Intlaimua fi‘ M Price 11.00 per bottle at deal ^gg£per* or delivered. will tell you more — /if you write. M.lTni fact u red onlv by IV. F.YOUNG,P.D.F.,310 Temple St.,Springfield.Mass. PARKER’S HAIR BALSAM Clsanses aid beautifies the hair. Promotes a luxuriant growth. Never Fails to Bcstore Gray Hair to its Youthful Color. Cures scalp diseases Si hair Jailing, fiflc,and #1.(flat Druggists W. N. U., ST. LOUIS, NO. 29-1011. Father Loses an Excuse. ’‘Don’t you regret seeing your chil dren growing up to face the responsi bilities of the world?” ‘•Yes,” Mr. Wiggins said; "it’s a lit tle disappointing to And my boy so big that he is no longer an excuse for my going to the circus.” COLT DISTEMPER tOan be handled rerr easily. The sick are cared, and all others la k same stable, no matter bow "exposed ” kept from haring the die* ItMUW. by uni UK Bl'OHNTJ LIQUll) TjISTEMPEK CURE. Ql». on Pthe tongue,or In feed. Acta on the blood and expels germs o€ all forms of distemper. Best remedy erer known for mares In foaL One I Kittle guaranteed to cure one case. 60»- an'' II a bottle; $6 and $10 dozen of druggists and harness dealers, or sent express paid by ' manufacturers. 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