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The next three hooks deal with the prop erties of aunib*ts |mit they are super seded b.\ modern arithmetic. Euclid also left other works, such as treatises on harmony and optics. Dreaming of Skating. lo div. i of skating denotes that your sm , « .js very uncertain and de pends Imp ly upon your efforts. To see others skate denotes a pleasant I " 1 them, honor. REALLY NOTHING MUCH DOING Lige Parsons Was Not Actually on the Warpath, but It Seemed There Were Casualties. “Kverybody expects a Kentuckian to tell a feud story," stated Covernor Morrow of Kentucky recently. “The thing has really been much overdone. Hut the story of Lige Parsons may tie worth teljing. Lige dropped Into the courthouse to see his friend, the pro bate judge. “‘Howdy, Lige!' greeted the Judge. “‘Howdy, judge!’ “’What’s doin’ down your way. Lige?’ “ ‘Nuthin,’ judge, nuthin'.’ “’T'other evenin’ I was a-settin’, a readin' of my l’.ilile, judge.’ spoke up Lige. ‘when some shoutin' begun. One of my gals eaid 'twas the Harris boys down ,hy the middle pasture. Now. judge. I didn’t mind them Harris boys a Minutin', but I was afraid it stray bullet might Hit a calf or one of the kids, so I picked up m.v rille and dropped a few shoots down that wax and wont back g-readin' of my Bible. Next inornin' I went down that way an’ they was all gone 'cept four.’”— Harper's Magazine. In time one neeumulntes a great bulk of reminiscences of things lie lias had to give up. A Healthful Drink With No After Regrets You are sure of satis faction when you make your table beverage Coffee drinkers delight in the change because of greater comfort, and the price is attractive because so moderate. All the family will like the flavor of Postum At Grocers Everywhere Made by Postum Cereal Co., Inc„ 4 Battle Creek.Mich. I IS ROUTED BY BEDS * SOVIET HORDES OVERWHELM WHITE ARMY, REGARDLESS OF SLAUGHTER. EVACUATION IS IMPOSSIBLE Bolahevikl Take No Heed of Losses, Three and Four Column* Often Being Annihilated, but Bring Up New Troops. I Constantinople.—The army of Gen eral Wrangel. the anti Bolshevik leader In South Russia, has been wiped out, and a number of bis gen erals have committed suicide. A mob in Sebastapol has pillaged the American Red Cross stocks. The American torpedo boat destroy ers at Sebastapol are evacuating offi cers and their families. The Ameri can destroyer Humphries has gone to Yalta to take oft Red Cross supplies. The United States transport Faraly has arrived here1 with 300 sick and wounded, who were cared for by the American Red Cross. It Is said that the Reds were Joined by some Ukrain ians in spreading terror among the population in the Crimea. j icjiuici muvuuum ui ureuerui ; Wrangel’s government arrived here to arrange for the transport of wom en, children and wounded from the Crimea. He said the possibility of a general evacuation of the Crimea can not bo expected, and that everything is being done to save the remainder of General Wrangel’s army. “Evacuation will be extremely dif ficult,” Premier Krivoehin said, “but we have opened pourparlers to estab lish conditions regarding evacuation.” The situation is extremely grave, M. Krivoehin said. General Wran gel’s troops are inferior in number to the Boisheviki, and his losses have bean enormous. Premier Krivoehin said Wrangel’s troops are exhausted, having repelled 22 attacks in the past few days. The Boisheviki artillery has been terribly destructive, he said. Tho Boisheviki, according to Pre mier Krivoehin, take no heed of losses, three or four columns attack ing en masse, often being annihilat ed, but fresh troops are brought up. Nearly all General Wrangel’s di visional and regimental commanders have been killed or wounded, the pre mier said. The lighting at Perekop was of tho most desperate character. The Boisheviki, according to latest advices, admit they had 30,000 killed. They claim to have taken 40,000 prisoners. They owe their success largely to the use of poison gas. It is said that at the request of the French representative attached to Wrangel’s headquarters tho Boisheviki have granted eight days for evacu ttion of Crimea. Hotels Reduce Prices. New York—An averuge reduction of 0 per cent in food prices was an nounced by several of the city’s largest hotels, after conferences with I federal food investigators. The num ber of items on which decreases are made varied from lt> in one hotel to 172 ui another. U. S. Treasurer Resigns. Washington.—John Burke, treas urer of the United States, a former governor of North Dakota, has sub mitted his resignation effective Janu ary 1 when he will become president of an automobile body manufacturing concern of Newark, N. J. Wreck Kills Throe. Winchester, Va. Three Norfolk & Western Railway employees were killed and three others injured, one probably fatally, when an electric motor car jumped the track near Old | Chapel bridge and rolled down an iinbaukment. Latin Union Is Favored. Guatemala City.—The congress of municipal representatives of Central America, meeting at Antigua, has pro | claimed the advisability of the union , of the iivo states Salvador, Guate j nala, Costa Rica, Honduras und ; Nicaragua. 24 Injured In Wreck. Houston, Tex. Twenty four passen gers were injured when the soutli ; bound passenger train of the Gulf I Coast Lines struck a broken rail at Bloomington, resulting in two cars I leaving the trucks and one turning over. | Eastern Mills Retrench. ITolyoke, Mass The Lyman Mills i and the Karr Alpaca Company, both : manufacturer of textiles, announced reductions in working schedules. Army Is Short 70,000. Washington. — The r< gular army ! still is nearly 70,000 short of tlio au ; thorizi d strength of 280,000 officers I and men. This is shown by a War De partment statement giving the dispost lion of the present forces. Mills On Short Time. Greenwood, S. C.—On account of the slow demand for goods the Green wood and Glendel cotton mills are noiv running only three days in the week. Wki i Woman is Nervous—Warmer The lives of most women are full of worry. Men’s troubles are bad enough, but women’s are worse. Worry makes women sick. It pulls them down, and in their weakened condition they are sub ject to pains, aches, weakness, back aches, headaches and dizzy spells. Most women neglect their health, and for this they pay the penalty. Any woman will find that neglect does not pay. A little more atten tion to health would brighten up her life. If she asks her neighbors she finds that Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription benefits a woman’s whole system. 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WINSLOWS ; SYRUP The Itfants’ and Children’s Regulator Medical okill hat never devised a safer or more satisfactory remedy for over coming colic, diarrhoea, flatulency, constipation and similar disorders. Thousands of parents owe baby's hound ing health to Mrs. Winslow's Syrup. They find it never fails to bring quick and gratifying results. Pleasant to take, pleasant to give. Open published formula appears on every label, t ] IF in KIDNEYS ARE DIME Million, of people—grown folks and children alike—are bothered with over active kidneys either during the day or at night. If you or your child are among those affected with kidneys acting too free ly or too often don't wait until some serious kidney trouble develops but get a bottle of I-iquId Shu Make from the drug store today and stop this disorder. Druggists carry l*iqu!d Shu Make or will get It for you In small or huge size bottles, so why not give this medicine a chance to relieve that overactive kidney condition?—Ad v. 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I felt better . . . I soon saw a great Improvement, so kept it up, “I used seven bottles of Cardui. and can say the money was well spent, for I grew well and strong. Now able to do all my housework and a great deal of work besides.” If you are run down, weak, nervous, and suffer from the ailments peculiar to women, it is very likely that Cardui will help you, in the way It has helped thousands of others, during the past 40 years. Take Cardui. the woman’s tonic. —Adv. So They Say. “There's the devil to pay." “And he’s n god collector."—Louis ville Courier-Journal. A man's opinion or me decline In prices depends entirely on which side of the counter he’s standing. Maybe the high cost of hats will mean that some of the old “plugs” in the attic will be resurrected. Jud Tunkins. Jud Tunkins says one thing that makes the help problem worse Is that so few people tire willing to help themselves. Cuticura for Sore Hands. 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