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During Change of Lite,
says Mrs. Chas. Barclay
Grardterlllsi, Vt "I waa passing
through the Chang-oof Life and siilYcrt-a
andot her annoying
ayniptoms, and J
can truly sat that
pound has proved
of pold to me, as it
restored my health
and strength. I
ueTer forget to tell
mr friends what
'eireul'le Compound" has done for ma
during- this trying- period. Complete
restoration to health means so much
to me that for the sake of other suffer
ing women I am willing to make rriT
trouble public so you bmt publish
this letter." Mrs. CnAs. XiAitcLAr,
X1.F D.,GraDiteTille. Vt.
Vo other medicine for woman's Ills
bas received such wide-spread and un
qualified endorsement, iso other med
icine we know of bas surh a record
of cures of female tils as has Lydia K.
Jlnkham's Vegetable Cote pound.
For more than 89 year it has been
curing female complaints such as
inflammation, ulceration, local weak
nesses, fibroid tumors. Irregularities,
periodic pains, backache, ludigestlon
and nervous prostration, and It it
unequalled for carrying women safely
through the period of change of life.
It costs but little to try "Lydla E.
llnkham's Wgvtable Compoind, and,
as Mrs Karclavtays.it is "worth mourv
talus of gold to suffering women.
The i'ueud Vour new patent tnedt.
else seems to have gained a great rep
utation for curing people. To what
do you attribute its great curative
The Boss To extensive and Judi
Pipe Gives Cadet Typhoid.
Midshipman Smith, who was strick
en with typhol.1 fever on the Indiana
at Plymouth, England, contracted the
disease, it is said, from smoking a
briar ustd nearly a year ao by bis
roommate at Annapolis who had. a bad
ese of typhoid. This theory is,' taken
as proof that concentrated nicotine
cannot destroy a typhoid germ. The
medical department of the navy will,
examine Into the theory -wltb the re
ult that midshipmen of' the future
may confine themselves to their own
pipes. ' '
Old Gentleman (to waiter) Can
you tell me If my wife la bereT
Walter Yes, lr. eighth hat to the
left. Kllegcnde Waetter.
LACK OP MONEY
Was a Godsend In This Case,
It Is not always that a lack ot
money Is a benefit.
A lady of Green Forest, Ark., ovm
tier health to the fact that she. could
Hot pay In advance the fue demand
ed by a specialist to treat bur for
tomach troublu. In telling of bor
cane she says:
"I bad been treated by four differ
ent puyslclans during 10 years of
tninach trouble. Lately I called on
smother who told me be could not cure
tse; that I had neuralgia of the stom
ach. Then I went to a specialist who
told me I bad catarrh of the stomach
and said be could cure mo In four
mouths but would bare to bave bis
cnoney down. I could not ratso the
necessary sum and in my extremity"!
aa led to quit coffoe and try I'ostum.
"So I slopped coffee and gave Post
ra a thorough trial and the results
&ave been magical. I now sleep well
t night, something I had not done
tor a long time; the pulu In my atom
ch is gone and I am a different
"I dreaded to quit coffee, because
very time I bad tried to stop It I suf
fered from sovore headaches, so I con
tinued to drink it although I bad roa
on to believe It was Injurious to mo,
and was the cause of my stomach
trouble and extremo nervousness, but
when I bud Poutum to bhlit to It was
"To my surpilse I did not miss cof
fee when I began to drink Postura.
"Coffee bad been steadily and sure
ty killing me and I didn't fully realise
what was doing It until I quit and
banged to Poeturu."
IC rra4 tba tive t4rrt A
awasi mppmn Inim lima ! tliM 1 S wf
r tnUMt Ins, full Imu
f'.-.Y''"' ;Cvj- "
NOTES THAT AUS OF INTEREST
' TO MISSOURIANI.
tlrlef Mention of Matters as The
Occur at Jefferson City,
Official and Other
wise. Jefferson City. The following Is the
complete list of the nominees for the
state senate of the lvmocrats and Re
Second district Thomns J. Lysnght,
St. Joseph, IVmocrat; John 1L Dun
Can, St. Joseph, Republican.
Fourth district No Democratic
nominee; J. E. Ford, Trenton, Republi
Sixth district Ii. F. White, Mar
ceilne. Democrat; no Republican nom
Eighth district William G. Ilushby,
Carrollton, Democrtt; Roy A. McCoy,
Tenth district John A. Stewart,
Columbia, Democrat; Charles C. Bun
Eleventh district W. J. Ruchanan,
Sola, Democrat; Maihlas Crura, Mex
Twelfth district Charles F. Carter,
Kaboka, IVmocrat; D. C- Spurgeon,
Edina, Republican. s
Fourteenth district T. J. Feaster.
Climax Springs, Democrat; no Repub
lican. Sixteenth district John Baldwin,
Arplcton City, Democrat; T. O. Storla,
Applcton City, Republican.
Eighteenth district William A.
Wear, Cassviue, Democrat; George D.
Cates, Southwest City, Republican.
Twennotti district Kirk Hawkins,
Springfield, Democrat; W. H. Hallctt,
Twenty-second district Iee Welch.
Mountain View, Democrat ; Mathlas
Kenaga, West Plains, Republican.
Twenty-Fourth district C. M. Bu
ford, Ellington, Democrat; no Republi
can. Twenty-Sixth district John T.
Byrnes, Byrnesvllle, Democrat; T. B.
Whltledge, St. Mary, Republican.
Twenty-eighth tstrict D. E. Mc
Dowell, Joplln, Democrat; J. S. Dun
woody. Carthage, Republican.
Thirtieth district John Sartorius,
St Ixmls, Democrat; A. E. Methudy,
St. Louis. Republican.
Thirty-second district Mark Ewlng,
St. Ixuis, Democrat; A. S. Phillips,
St. I-ouls. Republican.
Thirty-fourth district A. W. Oliver,
St. Louis, Ix-mocrat; C. O. A. Drunck,
S. Ixmls, Republican.
Assls'ant Attorney General Charles
G. Revelle, in the absence of Attorney
General Major, ruled that under the
general primary law of the state in
all cases where, on any party ticket,
no person has offered himself as a can
didate for any particular office, and
where no person bas filed a declara
tion or otherwise complied with the
provisions and requirements of the
primary act, and no names whatever
appeared upon the printed primary
ballot as candidates for that office,
there ex'.Bts a vacancy In the rarty
r ticket, even though the name of a per-
ion may have been written in as a
candidate In such cases the assistant
attorney general further holds the re
ipective committees of the party on
whose ticket the vacancy exists are
sitthorized to nominate the candidates,
ard the secretary of state Is warrant
ed In certifying the persons so named
by the committee as such candidates.
Governor Hudley, following out his
policy of releasing on parole young
convicts who are assured of steady
employment, his nowr. liberated twenty
five men This number will be doubled
long before the year ends.
The supreme court his overruled the
motion for a rehearing of the cane
j wherein the court denied a writ or
j mandamus to compel Secretary of
l Stale !;.,. U to fiio the petitions and
print the proponed Constitutional
amendment prepared by the Repub
lican sliite ciiiurnlltee for rdlt rictlr.g
th t-tale Into senatorial districts upon
the ofhelul ballot fur the November
Charges were nude In telegrams to
Gov. Hadicy that too high a price had
been paid for the 40 acre tract at He
daliu upon which the state school for
incorrigible negro girls will bo built
The price paid was $1,000 whl. h, the
governor says, is cot too high, lie
Investigated land values near Medulla
and found that the agent who sold the
land made only f.en on It.
Owing to the low stage of the water
In the Mississippi river the monitor
Amphltrite. w hich reai hei' Memphis
several weeks ago on its Journey to
St. Louis, where it will bu used ns a
training ship for the Missouri Naval
Reserves, will remain anchored off the
Memphis wharf all wluk-r.
Charles' P. llawkJts, member of th
liKitlaiure from Dunklin eounly, was
the Intioci'iit cause of the practical
sufpeiif Ion of business at the state
cupitufor twV hours as the result ol
miAliiKN a prjju ut of something over
110 Duukju county watermelons to tjie
state olileiiils ar.d employes In the
various oil !..-. Mr. Hawkins sent two
carloads or, watermelons here and
arter directing that enough be left at
the rapltol to glva each slate official
and ,etuployo of a atate official one
good melon, directed that the remain
der be given to the convicts.
Wants Trained Forester.
Where Is a trained forester? The
L'nlverslty of Missouri Is In the mar
ket for a properly equipped tree ex
pert. The courses In forestry, how
.ver, may not be given this winter,
ss no rourse. has been planned and no
faculty engaged for the new depart
ment of the AgrlciilturaPoollcge. The
school has, hoever, heen established
formally by the university curators. In
accord with a suggestion of President
A. Roes Hill, who, with Gov. Herbert
S. Hadley. decided that such a depart
ment would nil a need In Missouri.
Many thousands of acres of timbered
blur's In Missouri await the jaw mills,
which arc gradually reducing tae tim
bered area, especially In the Osarka.
Soutnern pine, lorg-Ienf pine. onk.
hickory, cyiTfFS and other varieties
of cc-mmcrrlal timber abound, in the
Foi.thrasctern region fortunes have
been made on cypress lumber, which
hns come Into general use in place cf
the h!ghr prl ed pine i;h!n the past
few. years. Cypress has the additional
nuvai.tage, not possessed by pine, of
wi .itbenpg with out worping. and U
peclally adapted ( const ruction '
where exposure to water Is a consid-
eivtion 1 lie ti;nler recour.-eg of Mis I
io,;rl give It great need for course In I
fnr"stry In the Agricultural college.
especially as there Is hardly a farm !
In MiSMCirl without Its timbered urea.'
where Iitowl.de of trees and bow to
get thev most out of theme could be j
put Into profitable practice. The
hools of forestry now leading In
that work are a Yale, Cohimbia and
Atichican universities The Missour-
ians have put one over on Arkansas.!
Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa and other I
?:a; universities In the central west !
in deciding for a farfs-ry si book A
similar decision that courses In poul
try raising should be given was made
live years agj and the first courses i
were given last winter.
Farm Course In High School.
TJv l'nlverslty of Missouri has Just
pv.bl'sned a bulletin of information
and suggestion on the teaching of ag
riculture In the high schools of the
state. It is edited by J. I). Elliff. In
spector of schools for Missouri and
professor of high school administra
tion. Professor Elliff was engaged
for a number of months in its prepara
t'or, and was assisted in the work by
Dean F. It. Mumford. Prof. J C. Whit
un and C. II. Hutchinson of the Col-
rge of Agriculture of the t'nivi-rsity
"f Missouri. In the Introduction to
he bulletin. Prof Elliff quotes from
in address by Iienn E Davenport of
hi- College of Agriculture of the t'ni-
verity of Illinois: "The most t-Ignitt-
nrt fact In the ndue.itional world
to-day is the demand that agriculture
he taucht In the public schools I do
not believe in that philosophy of rdj-
a'lon which would establish sej.ar.Ve
schools for the various iidustries and
occupations of life" "If w t- .io.pt
these statements," sa s Prof. Ell: It.
'the conclosion Is obvious; we sliouM
a h agriculture In evlst'.ng lik.l
schools, ami we should do It now.'
Prof. Elliff aims to obtain the co
operation (if parents hy bringing
them Into direct contact with the woik
of the pupils In the heme garden and
field, in order to give the students an
opportunity to observe and s'udy the
fundamental processes at first hard '
He also confines the work to a com
paratively few essential topics and
provided a definite amount of labora
tory work on each.
Mental Healers Elect OWcers.
Lord Charles Kennedy of Edinburgh.
Scotland, was one of the principal
ipeakera on the proram of the i
llolial Assoclailon of SuggcMlve Ther
ipcutlcs, In session at Nevada Among
the other np akers of the day are Mrs
W I!. Cow g. II of Lincoln. Neb, and
Mrs Lillian King of Topeka.
Miss Nobody From Starland at tbj
Grand, Kinin City.
It has become a I heat ileal avlorn
In Chii ao and the I lilted States In
K' lieral that each mimical production
of Mr Singer's Is his beat ami great
est. and in "Miss Nobody from Slur
land," whlih will In- ttffll week of
Sept 4 ibis rule holds good more
than in any othir li.aiancc. Mr. Singer
bas I.M.I en all records thin time In
the uunlity of his offering. In the cost
litiesn of lt production. In the bright
n. ol his siarx, and In nil o'.her
tilings that go to make up a brilliant
inusii al comedy revue This Is the
flrsl and only lime at popular prices
Doublc Gill at the Willis Wood.
Three i.e, bigtnnliif Monday
Sept 12, Miss PHIle llurke u .11 phiy
"Mrs I -tit " 'I lie company Is the same
as plajid Ibis fascinating comedy at
the Lyceum, New York, for three
months. Matinee Wednesday.
'The Third igree," I lie mrong
pi yohologii al piny by the author of
the "Lion and Ihe Mouse" Is the en
gagement for the last part of the j
week Matinee Saturday.
Bunitroke Kills Nrs. Albert Rankin,
Mrs Mary Agnes Itankln. wife ol
Albert Itankln, traveling auditor for
the Missouri, Kansas Ht Texas rail
way, dit d ut Sctlalla as the result of it
siilintroke. She was PS years old and
b avis two children
Commercial Club Buys Cows.
Through the state Immigration de
partment the West Plains Coiiiiuercli.l
club ordered a car of thorough bred
llolstelu and Jersey dairy rows wbiib
will be distributed among Howell
Hanna Hearts Merchants.
The Retail Merchants' Association
of Missouri, which was In session for
three days at Springfield selected
Meberly as the place of meeting next
year without opposition. There was
great Interest In the tight for the presi
dency between J. 1 lieck of Jefferson
City and G. W. llanna of Kaunas City.
Mr llanna of Kansas .upowoudttSo
Mr. llanna was elected by a majority
of tw o on I he second ballot. The other
officers elected were: J 1- Heck, Jef
ferson City; A F. Fine, Springfield,
and G. A. Wey'and. Hoorvllle, vice
presidents; Henry Vogelman, St.
Joseph, treasurer; George Schulte, St.
Louis, secretary; E. F. I'felffor, SL
Ixiuls, sergcant-at urms.
For Farmers Not Fakera.
The l-"ih annual Punreton fair, the
motto of which is. "Kor Farmers. Not
Fakers," was opened with an address
hy Cov. Hudley. The governors ad
dress was not of a polhlcal nature,
but dealt mainly with agricultural
affairs. ir. W. y. Cutler, state dairy,
drug and pure food commissioner, also
spoke In the live stock exhibits the
association has adopted the single
Judgj system of Judging. This year
Prof C. li. Hutchinson of Agricultural
college at Columbia is passing ou the
field and garden products: I. A.
Weaver of Columbia Is Judging the
live stock, and T. W. tjulzenberry, sec
retary of the Stale Poultry associa
tion, is placing the poultry premiums.
Short Line Roads Organize.
Forty-two tap-line railroads. Identi
fied with the lumbering interests of
the Southwest subscribed to member
ship In the Southwestern Short Une
association at St. Louis, the organiza
tion that had its inception at the mass
meeting of Southwestern manufactur
ing and allied Interests, to protest
against the proposed advar.ee In lum
ber freight rates Involved by the elimi
nation of the through division rate, or
dered by the Interstate Commerce
commission. The association has for
Its purpose the protection and pro
motion of 'he Interests of the smaller
steam railroad lines west of the Mis
Mrs. Cudahy Gets Divorce.
1 poll her testimony of Incompati
bility, supported by the testimony of
tu-r maid. El:a!:h Johmton, Mrs
Ed: a Cowln Cudahv got a divorce
f-om .la. k Cui!ih, son of the million-!
aim chu ag.) p.o ker at Kansas City
I he case was hurried through and but
few piople In the court room knew
that one of the must sensational d' i
tuestlc sca:ntul In uncial Kaimaa City j
had re-ached its climax The court
proceedings la.-'ed J.int ten minutes
No refereiie was made to the afT.Ur
at the Cudahy home, lnlr: -sixth and
Walnut streets, scleral months ago,
in whl. h Jere S Liiiis. a banker, fix
A Ccnr-ercial Club Quys Cows.
Throng1.! the fa'e tmucgra: lull de
partment the West Plains Commercial
club has t.-rdercd a car of thorough
bred Hoisted and Jets, y dairy cos
wliieii w'.il tie ills' r. bated amon
lloweil I'oim'y farmers I. E tia.ley,
dairy commissioner of the St Louis
San Francisco railroad, will go to V. !
cons1.:' and buy thes.- rows next week.
The dairy business is l. -coming a
gnat Industry in the Oaik region
Twenty-four thousand dollars was paid
out for en am by the West I'laim
creamery In July.
Killed in Motor Accident.
WH'i.vn J Pei t of the p. , Urn,
Soap comici!'! at Kansas City wuS
killed In a motor car at i id. at on the
(Ira MMevv rot k r ad Henry E Ixmg
of the Long t:a lirocery company.
Mrs I'ei t in. I Mrs lu g weie severe
ly bruise. In the same ac. Idi-M
John L. Hall of 8edHa Dead.
Joint I. !I!1, a reltred w holesslr
groier. died at S.dalla lie was born
al Kniixv ille, lei ii, In Is.T. lint had
resided in Missouri since 1 s I He Is
siirvUed his widow nnd four t ti l
dri ll Dim of lis daughters Is Mrs
J J Frey of S: IiiiIh. whose bus
band was on. e gem rat supeilnti -tub lit
of the Mlnsoutl, Kansas SI Ti xan rail
way and later gi neral manager of the
Atchison, lopeln K Santa Fit railway.
Another is Mrs. .1 1) Hall of Tulsa,
tik, who was formerly Mrs llelle Han
Small, one o fthe honti ssi s at the Mis
so. ill building al tho Worlds fair lu
Missouri Engineer Promoted.
Frank C. Magnuler of Webb City
n lit engineer 111 charge of opera
tlou of Ihe Hello I'oiili lie Irrigation
project, .-lo.it h lakota, has be.-j. ap
pointed project engineer. Mr Ma
gruder has been engaged In engineer
lug worg on the llelle Fourcbe project
since I'.Mii: having previously served
as stenographer Willi the Missouri Pa
citic railway. He la a graduate of ttiu
University of Michigan.
Negro Teachers at 8t. Louis.
The National Negro Educational
congress, said to be one of the largest
and mo-, representative gatherings ol
educators of the African race cvel
convent d was held at .-It Ixmls Cor
tlailley made the opciilng address.
Surveying Electric Line.
V. C. iKiftne. the engineer who It
running the line for the proposed In
term bun elect rlu railw ay from Kniisas
City to Sprlngtleld. has turned ovei
to the company the survey from Hut
ler to ltockvllle.
THE BOWDIICH CAST
Original Design From Which
Statue Was Ma do.
Counterfeit Presentment ef the
Atr.eilcan Navigator la Real Model
of First Bronze Statue Done
In This Country.
rtoston. In the spacious ves'lbule
of tl at venerable and Interesting Insti
tution, the Huston ntbemuiii, the
city'a oldest library. Willi Its wealth
of literature nnd art treasure!!. Is a
seated figure of large proportions
that Is the fir.'t object to attinct the
eye ot the visitor us he enters. This
fgure. seated there so calm and re
poseful. In Hie counterfeit presentment
of a noted Ann rlcan. a son of Mnssa
cbuaitts, and as such It Is Interesting,
but aside from the great man that it
represents the statue tins an historical
significance, Its chief claim to distinc
tion lying in the fact, as the visitor
may burn by reading a small Inscrip
tion attached to It, that It Is the orig
inal planter cast of the first bronze
statue made in Amerb-a
The figure is that of Ir Nathaniel
Powtlltch, the great nu Igiitor. and the
renowned mathematician nnd astrono
mer. The bronze statue of which this
Is the plaster cast, stands In Mount
Auburn cemetery, surrounded by an
Iron fence, one ofthe meat conspicu
ous piec-ee of sculpture within that
beautiful city of the dead. Hall
Hughes was the sculptor. The plaster
cast Is also his. He was an KegHsh
man, who came to this country In
landing In New York. A little
later he came to Huston and settled In
I Kirchester. where he made his home
up to the time of hl death In Im'.v
The How ditch statue, as shown In
Original Booditch Model.
the plaster cast, rt presents the navi
gator seated lu a heavy chair. lie
has a noble. Intellectual head and a
fine dreamy face He Is attln-d In
knee hre.-i lies and iln s.li.g gown i f
ampin folds On t'.e right kin-.- Is a
large volume. Intended, no cl..uht to
repies.nt bis great work to naviga
tion, with his rig!. t bin.. I n
It At bis left. bcM s the
glebe nnd sextant On the
of the chair are lucre In
base hears this Inscription
ti .it r. Is a
.tl.t r s'de
k 'I he
"Exi i u-
ti d by Hall Hughes, 1 M7 "
Pall Hughes not oiity mi. deled th
first statue to t.e cn-t In bronre In
America, hut he Is h.iI.I to have carved
the first pui trait lignte sculptuiid In
marble In this niuniry. This was a
statue of Alexander Hamilton erei ted
In bM In the rot-.nid.i of the New
York Merchants' Exchange, which was
deMioycd tight 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Inter It fire.
Among the prized relics In tbe t, nin
Atheiieuiii, carefully guarded In uu up
per storeroom of the lu nr.iu street
library bull. ling Is tbe little iuol,. of
this historic work
Nathaniel liowdltili, who was a na
tive of Salem, died In Poston In s:ts
For some years before bin death he
and tbe sculptor Hughes weie clinic
friends. How ditch was nil extraor
dinary gel. Ins At tin years of age
the straitened circumstances of his
parents forced him to leavo i l.ool,
and from twelve to tftit.t:r- b
was on app'-entlce In n ship chau.llers
shop. 'I In n ,e pM-U nine yeurit at
sea, finally In coming muster of a
ship After quitting his nautlcnl lite,
be made his home In Huston and de
voted himself to learning and lelence.
He gained a pretty full knowledge of
the Latin, llreek. French. Italian, Por
tuguese and Herman languages, made
himself the most eminent mathemati
cian and astronomer that America bad
produced, and did more for the it-pu-tatlon
of Ida country among men of
acteuce lu Europe than had been done
by any oilier man, except perhaps
BEES R03 "RAT" OF FAME
This Woman's Hesd Protector Falls to
Lessen the Stings Which Her
Woodbury. N. J. Tho nuntt. rep
utation of tho "rat" aa a protection
against Injury wu dentroye.l In the
swoop of a band of rampant bees
when Mrs. Carlton Heiidi b kson was
Last year about tbe same time Hen
drlcksnn was similarly attacked aa he
was about to pick beans, and (Ida year
be decided to turn tint picking over to
English Queen Honorad.
lamdon. The (juet-n hsj become an
honorary member of tho Itoyal Hrtt
Ish Colotilul Sixlety of Artists.
ALMOtT WORN OUT.
Ella Fontlne Is your knee tired.
Slenderly It must be, pet; It's gone
IN AGONY WITH ECZEMA
"No tongue can tell bow I eutfired
for Ave yeara with Itching and bleed
ing eczema, until I waa cured by the
Cutlcura Koraedies, and I am sognte-
ful I want the world to know, for
what helped mo will help others. My
body and face were covered with
sores. One day It would seem to le
better, and then break out again wi.b
the most terrible pain and Itching. I
bave been sick several times, but
never In my life did I expertcuce such
awful suffering aa with this eczema. I
had made up my mind that death waa
near at band, and I longed for that
time when I would be at rest. I bad
tried many different doctors and medi
cines without auccess, and my mother
brought mo the Cutlcura Remedies, In
sisting that I try them. . I began to
feel better after the first bath with
Cutlcura Soap, and one application of
"I continued with the Cutlcura Soap
and Cutlcura Ointment, and bars
taken four bottles of Cutlcura Resolv
ent, and consider myself well. This
waa nine years ago and I bave had
no return of the trouble since. Any
person having any doubt about this
"vonderful cure by the Cutlcura R me
dics can write to my ad1-vs. Mrs.
Altie Etson. 93 lnu Itoad. liattln Crwk,
Mich., Oct. 1. 1W
The Stylish Fisherman.
One of the g'lts's at a fashionable
summer rcnort In West Virginia got
himself up In 1:1s best "fl'-Ml.g t' g '
and n?rtd along a certain nic.untala
Meeting a na'lve. be asked: Here,
my good man' K!n lly trll ir-.e whether
It would be worth my slills to try
fishing In this vlcliipy"
Th m.tlie nr -r-.l.-d liltn c rnfu'ly.
"Tbti flshlti' uln't g Mid." he flnaPy
ssld, "b it I ain't Infut-nird as ti m
you value your tlcie "--l.ipi !i,c tt a
The Ur at tl.ls Intel Is fene"
'Hut tbe seenri-v Is s..l !!n.i- "
"I he landlord xl mi t Ji n n any
credit tor tint "
Pest Icetl lire tl.oiileil o.,t if faul'S
Shaki st ear t-
Evlrterces cf Wealth.
"I wlsti we bad a pli.no. I d like to
Impress these people"
'Show 'em the plec of t.evf you've
got In the refrigerator "
no vain n onir.e look lt'.itoxvi
If o, use lte. I rti lull Itlur It lli IiexliS
them liitf aa mw. 2 ot ps.lns 3 cuta.
If a tnan amounts to anything In a
small town ht six n begins to think he
would amount to mora In a blrf town.
lXi-t1-".n sa"st st-1 it. .i: i,ni
It-ir, ,Omu- 0 ik li. , ,,.,,.1 ff in
A fool iHti always find another fool
t i ndm're lilm
When tlti Hirpcfion ii.
bad j-ou nerd somcthinp
that will not only relieve but
will strengthen the di
gestive organs aiul assist
them back to their normal
condition. This calls for the
Hitters first of nil. Try it.
It may save yonr life. Cathartics,
bird shot and cannon ball y ue
atom doaes of calbartic lue.li, inrs
all drrx-ud on irritation of the bowels
until they sweet enough touiove. Cat
tnrrh strengthen the Iwwel nm lr
eo tbry rrecp ami crawl Ualurallr.
l lits means a cure ami only HirmiBh
Coscasirri can you get it quickly odl
naturally. ' '
S",."rI,.TTKto Ko-"-''l traaS.
pittnl. All ilrusrt.ta hi(oslaslfr
la um ViMka-tiu4tKa lnu. a ututaa.