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j I: : i i Back Lame and Achy? Don't let that bad back make yon miserable. Find out what is wrong. If 'you suffer with a constant back ache, feel lame,' weak and all-played-out; hare dizzy nervous spells, you may well suspect your kidneys. If kidney irregularities distress you too, you have additional proof, Don't wiitl Use Doan?r Kidney Tills, the remedy people everywhere ara woinmending. A$k Tour Neighbor! A New York Case Mrs. E. H. Gard ner, Main St., Keese- vtlle, N. Y., says: "i Buffered wltfc rnsy , back and kidneys 80 , that I could scarcely stand on my feet. There was a constant i pain in my back and there was inflamma- J tlon of the bladder. I had headaches, too. and welling' of ray , feet and limbs. Doan'i Kidney Fills relieved me and my kidneys ire healthy and normaX" Cat Data's at Amy Star, Oc a Box D O AN 9 S "pSTLV roSTER-MLBURN CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y. Often Caused by Asid'Stomacli How can anytona- . witH ' at 'sour, stomach, who la eonataatly -batching; has heartburn and auffara from Indirection hav anything: but a bad breath? All of theae stomach dlaordsrs mean Just on thine. - ieM-Stomach. V . BATONIC, the wonderful new atomach remedy In pleaaant tasting- tablat form that: yo aat like a bit of candy, brlnsa quick relief from thaaa stomach miaerlea. K ATON IC aweetena tha breath bacauaa it makaa tha totnach sweet, cool and comfortable. Try it for that nasty taste, contested throat and "heady feeling-" after too much smoking. " If nee lected.' Acid -Stomach may causa yor va lot4 of Hrlnua tranhla. It ; er votsaneaav headaches. Insomnia, melancholia,! and cancer of thar stomach. It. makes Its J millions or victims , weaK and miserable,. Iletleaa, laakinc' In energy. w all tired out. It often brings . about chronic I invalidism, pre-' mature old agar-yahni fnioa of ona3a.-iOa.9aw . Totf need, the ilpthev BATONIC cap give well aa you. sheu(dr - Tea wUi be surprised to see how much betray 'voa wUl feel ut-ae' soon aa , you 4gia v (akin this wonderful stomach remedy !Jt Ja bltf can -bo.. m your arorrtawepaay, kjde jwni r;yr your money 11 aif-BDi, lawnta -w7 V ; a i .ST r roH toes AnoroMirm When cold hits yonJnthe.head or throat, it's hard to get rid of it. Don't' 'experiment. ' Break it up with Hale's Honey of Horehound and Tar..-, Prompt and effectlvo. Alldigists. 'soclr ahottle. ,;' Try Pike's Toathacb Drop j An Price Offer - This Ui SAnay Officer She last. The factory price direct to you at-.-......--otiiy - .too retail prioe of this shoe Is , opoara lor ou jer' wear . , J 1 vnij jwur dnh8 itna aiae joq wixb and we will sendroa thla Armr omcar shoe prepaid to your hosao , Pay only mj69 an arrival. .If shesa shoes an not Juat aa we say, send them back. You dont lose a bent; as' we Want yam to be perfectly -auisftadc i -A a X LiZT U. S. NaHonal Army Shot Co: Dept. 800 Wetfield. Mass. FREE MISSISSrPrT MAP AND HOMB. KEKKEJ8' GUIOK TO BLACK tAKDS. Addnat Uad Uarkat, Meridian, Uiss. . . , FLORIDA tAND OF SUNSHINE, FRUITS AND FLOWERS; 10 acres $4S0; 10 monthly Mason Roberta., St. Louis, Mp... ' FRECKLES i. OUant Y 3n .v asiaowam I mdl.st.. fr, ixwfc. Or. Disproportion. 1 How 'often the innocent have to suffer with the guilty!" MBut they .suffer more'n their share, protested Mr. Growcher. "The boy that plays the trombone In the next flat makes all the Innocent people in the building suffer while he seems to be having a perfectly gorgeous tItoe7," "CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP,, IS CHILD'S LAXATIVE; Look at tongue! Removs, poisons from tomicK liver and , bovyels. - - -; Accept "California" Syrup of Figs only look for the name California on the package, then- you are sure your child is havinstlie best and most harm-' less laxative or physic for the little stomach, -liver and bowels. Children love its delicious fruity taste. Full directions! for chad's dose on each bot tle. Give 'it without fear. Mother!) You must say "Calif ornia.' Adv. , ..: , s, ly.;. Her VocabOlary L?mtetf;j 1 His Wife I can't find words to ex press my 'opinion of you. Hlm--There aren't any. You've tried 'em all. . ,'!'. -T "-' "S A good dinner will khake" some men act almost human. 1 tXMili t Nidht Morning e e b Yo u r EVe s fefi CJ tsrc Tea 4L Utl? U X? M B B a a n LLP IV Clean:Clear Healthy lWe for Free Car Book Mwtaa Co.Chioafo.4A BLOUSE STYLES FAVORED FOR EVENING COSTtJMES I I V '" It is evident that blouses and smock are aspiring to rival-Mevenlng frock and the chances are that they are g Ing to succeed. There Is no end t the fanciful ways In which they are made and nothing is too extravagaul in the way of trimming them. For dlnf xier.-knd; theater -wear they have ad? vantages and they 'appear in brilliant and light color?, and In, combination of two colors- in materials, with dec! orations that call into play many ad dltional hues. The peplum blouse, thd Apron blouse and the smock have a1 ,!gHy- future ahead of them. .1 "V Georgette crepe, chiffon and net with chantllly and gold-run lace? newj 1y recruited in their company are tbd filmy mediums Ii- which evening -blouses aremade. 'Worn with skirts. of black satin they achieve a toilette tnat may -Be-worp with assurance-. - ' -ii ' Among coloBjpoiliblnatlons, emer lad 'or even morexiv-W greens with iafiivare alisrtiffsttv" Copper colored crjepe witn ecuaimpe, cnampagne witn blactembroldrjiSa!eck- blue anrf y&Kti-gbeen slidw'therfoiirfegss for vir- iW cdldfs. TheYeUr a pew sort of dec- lil; that lotkj like Jh&Jl&Gst bead : 3celv0SScomes Satin's JRival si ui'' I if ll fill . r : it ! 1 th - 7.:af if jhj ; --'-Li y -m , If j , 'f. ; Just how it happens, has. never been explained, bujt it happens every .little while that a certain style seizes the at tention, simultaneously, of women all over the length and breadth, of the land. ' Merchants wake .up some morning- to ,find that apparently every wom an has .made up, her mind over night I that she wants one kind of fabric, one particular color, one style.. Just now It seems.. .that every woman wants a .velvet gown, in addition - to the satin frock for which there has been a uni versal demand. It seems that the shops saw this wave of demand rolling in, and that designers and manufac turers were prepared for it, Designers require supple materials for frocks and they have determined on chiffon velvets In very wide widths, and the finest grades of velveteen, as best suited to their purposes. These are used for afternoon and evening dresses. The heavier grades of vel veteen will answer for suits, but the more flexible stuffs are liked for every thing and chiffon velvets are In such demand that they bring very high prices. The best- grades" of velveteen are hy no means cheap. By -way of recompense, velvet frocks are very simply designed and fussy decorations are conspicuous by their absence ion them ; so that the minimum of goods is required. . These points are apparent in the pretty -froctj tor' aftefndon.. shown at the left of the two pictured here. It is of . wide, light-weight velveteen in marine blue. . This skirt has six round plaits et onat each side widening the hip Beads, Jet and Silk Cord. t;4A new and -effective neck chain Is simple "and inexpensive.' t is simply .apiece of fine, black -silk cord about a yard and a quarter in length, knotted Into, a circle, a.nd op, which aretrung lArg4 Jet btads,' whTch are held In plaice by kaots of exaggerated size. Between every, two Jet heads. Cemes a bead jot nlmost sapphire-blue wood,' also held in place by knots in the cord. From fbe front of the. chain is suspended a loqg tassel of bright scarlet silk headed tf Luge Jet bead. a sort of paint put on in dots set clc togetner - ana appears in - motifs oc girdles of georgette like the blouse Blouses - in one color are enlivened with rich "girdles of gold or silver" bro cade. Embroideries In silk and in beads, 'often used together, 'and oc casionally" mock jewels and gold tissue confess that nothing is too splendid for the blouse which is to be worn Iv the evening, and narrow bands of dark fur find themselves placed to the best advantage on lace and georgette. Two pretty examples of the mode are shown here... In one' of them crepe de chine appears with satin In an odd original model with ..woodbine leaves In silk and .beads, embroidered on the satin. It has an apron at the front, bloused at the-waistline and bordered with the embroidered satin. The long sleeves flare at. the wrtst and are fin ished with a satin' band. Pale gold and turquoise blue are; as always, hap py together In. the blouse at the right Blue beads: give a : good accpunt of themselves, as a ' trimming and the that helpSomatfl the season interest Ing. lines dnd this arrangement of the ma terial Is borrowed from a Paris de signer who. Introduced .it early in the season. Aside from this small, vagary. it is plain. The bodice has a plain back and surplice front filled in with flesh-colored georgette. One side of the front is extended into a soft girdle, finished at the front with a handsome beaded ornament. The long sleeves have ,-a, turned-back frtll of velveteen The small muffler collar Is a separate affair that swa.thesthepck.. in soft folds and. buttons, at the side.- f,t may be taken off Indoors..,. Satin gdwns reveal that their design-; ers aremore or less devoted to draped skirts,. the. model pictured being among the simplest of these. In this frock a smock of satin, split to the waistline at the left side, is covered with a sun burst pattern and points made of silk braid couched on. The design is an Aztec Inspiration pure and simple and a Ipng girdle, of satin ending in tassels repents it. A plain . turndown collar and deep cuffs of the satin are impor tant details In this frock and help to account for its distinction. " ' - Batik decorations in all their high colorful effects will unquestionably be seein to a great extent In autumn blouses, overblouses and negligees of all ikinds. . Freshening Robbon Bows. 1 Bows that do not need cleaning, but have become mussed may be cleverly pijssed with a curling iron. Try this with little silk bows or velvet bows. Make the iron quite hot and wrap about it a wet cloth. Then insert the iron lh the loops, opening the curler to stretch the loop to smoothness. When the bow is quite dry brush It, If of ejvet- .A trimmed hat which looks mussy' may be held over, steam .'and, bows pr' folds stretched and smoothed with Je; fingers. . , , ' if":.r. , BOY DETECTIVE MAKES A RECORD . i iiiei i i Stories of Sleuth -Work Inspire Texas Youth to Remark- FINDS MISSING CHILD .;LiiJ : m- ;l.s. 6tartflG0tlto BevjSc4nd Sherlock i H1rririd Find TnitjBis Track. E in&Mh'd. Deductivft.jp!eories WorK'Qut Successfully. ' 'VS St, ib : .Paso, Tx-r-The-youngest, suc cessful1 del$c$iyfe ; in :(h&yf$H& y his been diseovrdi ' ". j ., father abduijthe'..w departments', .jainesAlexnAer ' Hill, tive&&n$$fo& Ian?; at the city Jali emuiatlngr the Jad ventures of Booth - Tarklngton's Pen rod, declared that he would become a "Sleuth." Contrary to alt-' expecta tions; in accordance with all tales ol youthful fiction the am6teurA'dick made good at his first ''attempt at "tracking." ' v . Opportunity1 Knocks! , " When a -mqthec itold. . the lad tthat her young son of six years had disap peared, young Hill decided-, that this would be ,a good chance to try . his tracking and deductive theories and startedv out , -to, be,-, a-second, Sherlock Holmes. He fully determined to find the missing child, even though, there was no. reward offered fors be was not. going, to be mercenary In hi work, but would labor. for the love of adventure. Young Detective HIH wandered about the "streets looking for th? missing ' child. His sense of deduc tion td him tliat5( he jboy had, not been- kidnaped.' tlfld '"Tie inquired of passersby if they had seen a child of the description the mother had given He also'e.sked everysmaU child that he met whether or not they ' were lost. Asking -His Name. At last hls perseverance was rewarded and he discovered the.- little lad who -had disappeared by. asking. his .name and whether or not he wks lost. Returns Lost:-Child. : "V The little sleuth returned the lost child to his mother and was greatly praised for his good work, -which he had done all alone without the aid of a Watson. . But alas tor the small detective, the child disappeared from home two days later and he was not called upon, to" find the. lad. wJ5o. later returned to ;hls! home of his- own ac cord. .. ft -t . V. If anyone desresi ther -Services of a good tvclTe-arJ1d detective who has so well proven his mettle' he will j -vise,, "i :'iiL-SL J do well to James Alexander' ander" Billv ,o MYSTERY IN CROWS' DEATH Oidttmqrs of Town" Unable to Deter- mine What Fate Overtook Feathered, Robbers. Westfield, N. Y. Six black - crows. full grown and exceedingly gloomy of mien who have long robbed birds nests. picked corn, , pecked carrion, tguzzted fruit and otherwise lived their nlloted lives, perished miserably on the banks of Tupper creek, near this place, and no one knows what ailed them. When found two were dead, four .were in throes, and two of thesq died in nil ag ony of flapping wing and distended bills. The other two were so clearly in the last gasp that their lives were mercifully ended by bullets,,,.,.... ,. No one knows the cause of their trouble. They were not emaciated, nor were they wounded. : It was thought that possibly they had been poisoned. Some - trees have heefa sprinkled with inseft-killing mixtures and the crows may have swallowed the insect poison. One surmise is that the crows were shocked by the terrific lightning of one of the recent storms. Still another guess is that they per ished In a crow epidemic. It is known that rabbits, grouse, marten -and other wild life are subject to epidemics. Doctor Probed in Vain. Paris. A few daj'S ago a street row occurred in Brest, in which some American soldiers took part. One was hit by a revolver bullet. The hospital surgeon took a long time , probing the wound, but the American stoically bore the pain. ' ........ "What are. you doing, anyway?", he asked, finally. 1 ' "Looking for the bullet," said th doctor. . . , ....... 'rtj-hir 'rtfn cow . Vxm . ynt it. In my pocket. ri I . took . if , put my self," was the "retorts, : ' v - - , . ' team . aa OH! MY NICE HAIR IS ALL FALLING OUT Hurry I Let "Danderine" save your hair and double its , beauty. j. .-mum' TQtlt:ts piAtMclMn'i rid the scalps of every, partlde ot dandruff, get,a ; small bottle pf 'elihttul "Dan derine" atrapy43gortott$ connter for a few cents, ponr?jilUe inyour hand ,ni rtb'30hto tscalp -After several appllcaaon nairnsuaiiy stops coming out and you can't find any dandruff, - Help, your hair grow long, thick and strong and become soft, glossy and abundant. rAdv. ' Anxious to Comply. . .'What's the idea," said Mr. Dolan, "of standing, around making speeches? The boss, said we must speed up." "My mistake !" rejoined Mr. 'Raffer ty. "I thought he said 'Speak up" TORPEDOED! Don't blast your. liver and Bowels, but tske "Cascarets." Yon men and women who can't get feeling--rightrrwho -"-have headache, coated to'riguev:bHdr"-taste and foul breath, dizziness; can't1 sleep, are bil ious, nervous and upset, bothered with a sick, gassy,-disordered stomach and 'colds. :1 - ' not- . Are1 you keeping ydur liver and bow- f el elearisvith rCasckrets,- or shocking your lnsides every few days with Cal omel,:'galts;"01and viblent pills? i C&sdaretsr work'Vhlle yon sleep ; they cleanse the stomach, 'remove the sour, undigested, f ermenfing food and foul gases V take the excess bile from the liver -and carry out -of the system all the constipated waste matter and poi soh's in the '-bowels. Cascarets never gripe, sicken or cause - Inconvenience and Cascarets cost so little too. Adv. Keep Money From the Heart.' Money In the hand 'is a good thing If it lsri't allowed to get Into the' heart If it is only In the hand it is kept in circulation ; if allowed to get into the heart It is hoarded away; GREEN'S AUGUST FLOWER, Stop a minute and think what it means to -say " tHatrB"Green,s 'August Flower has been a household remedy all over the civilized World for, moref than half a' century. No higher praise is possible and no. better remedy can be found for consjjpatlon, Intestinal troubles, torpid liver, ind the depress ed feeling that accompanies such dis orders. , It is most .valuable for in digestion or; nervons;,; dyspepsia and liver trouble," coming np iof ''food, pal pitation of heart.-ar-rmany other symptoms.' Afew' 'doss o August Flower, wjii reUeve.od'tils augentie laxative.1 'Ask- your orjQsCSold Hi all civili2edtWunWleAdyt4 v ' I. Hold Up.- .--l: . , u,: '. "Here's a man 'who was! held rtp ln ! taxj. ; "How much "did: the irHiauffeur charge him 7"' Judge JHSSaMTOk. ' Iff li 1 I " isaii ... nil : ; I ri ' . .. . 1 Fair Warning. , "What party do ycru belong to? asked Judge Soggefsby of the new ar rival in ChlggersvHle. c 'f "I'm-a fRepubiIca.n, sir," replied the stranger, ana prouu ui u. r"i v ' "That's all right," said the Jtidge. "I'm a peaceable man myself an' don't believe in meddlin' with another per son's political or religious beliefs, but this, is Democratic stronghold an there are a lot -of other people - about jhere who ain't so easy goin' in their habits and dispositions. If you waht to da anycrovlnVI'd,raflyiseiyOtt to get in the , middle of a 40-acre field an' 'make it a sort of soliloquy .'BlrnJlng- bam Age-Herald. ( , ; a CohUpation generally ljLlcaes AlsprOere stomach, liver and bowela. WriKht Indian Vegetable Fills restore regularity wunout SriplnK. Adv. r. TTT What He Vahted. " Little BeDf who ;was very, fond of beefsteak, paseed.'is plate the other inlght at dinner." for ft- second 'helping. "Why, Ben," -isSldthitf- uncle,' "you mustn't eat any mere meat. Don't you Jfcnow," be counseleti. i'fa yon eat- more meat you might have a deam and see elephants and tigers and lions, and scorpions and panthers said-f-" a S Ben grinned delightedly. nxt v 'jiigm ran other piece," Je begged "I want; t;see all them thin" os Angeles Times. Ijj kl i . ; . u a Catarrhal Deifn6ss Cannot Be Ciired by lojca.1 atspncatlons they cannot rettctt tne diseased poruon oi tne ear. -rnere la only one way to cure Catarrhal Deafness, and that la byV constitutional . remedy. HAX.L'8 CATARRH MEDICINE acta through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the "System.-) Catarrhal) OeaXneu ia caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous 11 nine of the . Eustachian Tube. When1 this tube: ift innamed yoi have -a I rumbling .sound-or mperfect hearing and wnen w iamireiy-cisev, jeainea-M we result. Unless the inflammation, can be re duced and this tuba restored to Its ' nor- malico&dltlon, Jtearipg- roayjbe aestrjajwd, foreyer. - -Many, eases t earness .-axe, caused oy uaiarrn, wnicn is an inuamea condition- Of -tb Mucous Surface - - i orro -irtJNDRKp dogears " tor " any J be cured by HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE. !i - - .. . ' i All Druggists 75c. -Circulars free, ' t' 6 ' P. J, Cheney St Co., Toledo, Ohio. Shocking News.. .,, Mrs. Huskinby (with letter from the medical student) Sakes' alive I Hi ram, he says that he's learnin' how to torture a a a I think It's ukelelev whatever that ,1s. . : ; ,. n i . i. , Mr. . Huskinby (excitedly) Con sarn the young whelp! ' He's :got to switch to the ' law " right "away. ; ito son uv mine is goin to " be1 a, Vivyy sectlonlst! fiuffalo Examiner. ' ' ' ASPIRIN FOR COLDS - -T3 r .? Name "Bayer" is ton Cenuinsj - ' Aspirin-say Baer;"4 7i InsTst:crn Biye'rr Tablets' .of Aspirin1 in a 'Bayer package," containing propi er directions for ColdSi Pain, Head ache, Neuralgia, 'Lurnh'agdiT and Rheu matism. Name "Bayer means genuine Aspirin ' prescribed hy physicians for nineteen years. Handy tin poxes of 12 tablets cost few cents. Aspirin is trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Mono acetlcaicidester of Salicyllcacia. Adv; -: : Will-Need i tti '" ' tt'iJ '- "The next man I marry will have to have money.; :;i '; ' - "He certainly will," replied :her hus-' band, "If he f s- going to try to' provide you with all the things you have asked 1 me to" get." - 1 1 An adjustable' foot' to hold a ladder firm on uneven ' Surfaces'; has ' won ' Its' Inventor a" patent' 'w' v '""' A When the vPines-reez " f or? iniinT other coIi-wether emerienv3 call 61fif the St Perfei'tlonfOil'lIeater.- It4slalways relbteWltfrarms up the cold spots acts as a willing helper to your furnace and will often carry the whole .burden when heating systems break flown. The Perfection is clean, safe, odorless, convenient! "f lla bathroom nnrsery or bed-roomi "it brings he'at to tiie " spot and just the amount desired v It s very- eco nomical; givet glowing ; warmth ifor ten! hours pn gallon of kerosene. Easily filled and re-wicked. Creates no ashes, soot or diist. Over S, 000,000 hi use, T Use -SoCOny kerosene for best results. STANDARD OIL COMPANY 0F NEW YORK V ALL THE $m ROUND FAMILY MEDICIf.'E You Mus thkt Father 'John -McHscnA 'san all-the-ycar-round tciiic flesh-builder fmdpeoplesia steadily whilsstIqg thiswhc! some food - medicine. - If you f want to cin Weight hegiri tatmj dangerous drugs Proof Hr. LucVlno oCtiScrty?' Mo says her run down teby-jwai Joh Medicine, bnie WTien -eoastjpatton' bethers yosi ansVM gret feverish and but of sorts 'remember that old Tellable vegetable ;-- : - , l- K-mf Is sold la every drug- store In the land..(k It s fine tor in digestion too 'mad lor levers and colds. Same old remedy that tbou sinds swear by . m' o . d c it AYitucuticura jJfraltf'jhH SWaj 0WftHWa TrfCWal atStp HAIR BALSAM: 1 Raatoraa Calca- mad 0 mmMy to Gray anad FmdmA Bttb Lattll (a(trrrista. .OaS. rtopa ail V aralktsc ff, sgakas wai if. 1S& br anil or m Dmt)"M WeraCBOAocaaa.X,. J. Hand SapcLiorTlie us: Ideal fdrTbflet and Bathl LEGS FOB GX&BK TKOfTItJlS - Seta ''Haw to. Prayent Seaalelriaa -By who baa traveled tha en aar and other ... waters. - J. StraJtan, Bos: 71. Oalveaton. fexaa. Asenta Wsoted Mends . ertrr , meta.L tm . . enamelware; without heat. Apply lika pasta, it tarns to metaL..10O.roflt. Particalrs-fri . Sample 0e. United Specialty Co BBttalovN.T.. n Sl.0O0.00e IN . SOFT DTilNKS SOVT, We,, start -yow' (reel -Write- today. , AmarteaJi BeTe,raa C.r SC, loulp. Slav a ... j; a T ' v .'. ' r4 L - - v , yf i - - 1 1 h f ' ' ... I , "V mm Ii ' -1 X77J r ' - . . u Ii . u i t . - o if -i it If . - -Hi .,- J .. . (i " M ii- ' I . - .,.V.f',.-.""Mi