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THERE ARE OTHERS.
If your affinity proves untrue, There ore other! If sometimes you're feeling blue. There lire others! If you show up late for lunch. If your wife hands you a bunch, And you simply nit and munch, , There are others! If at trifles you Ret sore, There are others! If though rich you still want more, There's John D.! If nt luck you often curse. If your cola is petting worse, If you do not like this verse, There's ShakeKpenre! Hulls?lle Xews. AT THE BEACH. "Any athletic events down here" "Well, wo have a dining-room Mar. atlion every day." Louisville Cour- icr-Journal. CAMPING OUT. "Don't you love getting close to na ture?" -I like It for awhile. But, after the third day, everything sorter smells of cheese." Washington Herald. SOLVED AT LAST. "So you have solved tho servant problem?" "Yes; my girl helps the lady next door, and her girl works for me. Both on the sly, you understand." Louis ville Courier-Journal. LUCK AT LAST. "I'se done had do proof dat dar's lurk In a rabbit's foot," said Erastus PInkly. "What were de proof?" "I done sold de one I s been car ryln' so long to a superstitious white lady toh fo' bits." Washington Star. A SQUATTER. "Hey, you! " yelled the first humor ist. "Well?" said the second humorict. "You've been using one of my wit ticisms as your own." "Excuse me. I thought it wa3 an nbaudoned Joke." Washington Her aid. A PESSIMISTIC OPINION. "Father," said little Rollo, "what is an optlmlBt?" "According to my observation, son, an optimist Is a man who finds his own affairs prosperous and tries to persuade other people not to make a kick and disturb conditions." Wash ington Star. SEEKING AN ESTRANGEMENT, "How can you reconcile your pre vious statements with your present opinions?" "I don't want to reconcile "em," an swered Senator Sorghum. "My desire is to keep them so far apart that they caa be considered as strangeM." Washington Star. THE JOCULAR LANDLORD. "Tell that importunate person I'm not at home," said the man who takes debt easily. "That's what be told mo to tell J'ou," answered the Janitor. "He &ays your home is somewhere else, and here's your notice to move.' Washington Star. WELFARE WORK. "I hope to get all men interested in the brotherhood of man." "And then your task will be merely itnried." "How so?" "You'll have to get the ladies In terested In the sisterhood of woman." Louisville Courier-Journal. THE HATER OF QUIETUDE. "That man says be will create some real excitement if he gets into Con . gross." "Yes," answered Senator Sorghum, "he is one of those peculiar patriots who want to climb aboard the ship of state simply for the pleasure of rock, lug tho boat." Washington Star. A CAREFUL STATESMAN. "Brevity, you know, Is the soul ot wit," said the admonitory friend. "Very true," said Senator Sor ghum,' "and therefore I digress and expatiate. Tou know how many able men have failed to be taken xeriouKly at critical Junctures simply because they had attained reputations as wits. "Washington Star AN EXPERT OPINION. "Do you think Hamletwas Insane!" asked the student. i L "No," answered Mr. Stormlngton Jiarnes. "The conduct of Hamlet In preparing a defense for his actions in dicates that Shakespeare, in addition to bis wonderful store of scientific and historic knowledge, had prophetic Ideas about the unwritten law." Washington Star. Seven Drsms of Radium. A vaVue of 4 a milligram (equiva lent to 114,000 an ounce) has been placed on radium by a contract Just entered Into between the British me talliferous mines and Lord Iveagh and Sir Ernest Cassel for the supply of 7V4 grams (rather more than a quarter of an ounce) of pure radium j bromide. This very large order for radium will be supplied from the above named company's mine near Gram pound road In Cornwall. In the short history of radium there has never hitherto been known any great er order than' a gram. The first re colored order on a large scale will therefore be supplied from the Brit ish sou roe from wihich several ot the smaller orders have already been sup plied. Messrs. Bucbler & Co., of Bruns wick, will produce the radium from the Cornish pitchblende under the superintendence of Professor Glesel, their chief chemist. The 7H grams of radium referred to are to be pre sented 'by Lord Iveagh and Sir Erne Cassel to the radium Institute, to th Information of which they have al ready contributed very large funds. The radium institute, which will be under the surgical direction of Sir Frederick Treves, Is expected to be ready to receive patients suffering from cincer about the end ot the present year. London Times. Chase for President. A circular, "strictly private," sign ed by Senator Pomeroy, and In favor of Mr. Chaee for President, has been detected and published. It will be moTe dangerous In Its recoil than ItB projectile. That Is, It will damage Chase more than Lincoln. The effect on the two men themselves will not lie serious. Both of them dealre the position, which l not surprising; It certainty Is not In the President, who would be gratified w'.th aa endorse ment. Were I to advise Chase, It would be not to aspire to tne posi tion, especially not as a competitor with the man who has given him bis confidence, and wltlh whom he has acted In the administration of the government at a most eventful period. The President well understands Chase's wish, and Is somewhat hurt that he should press forward under the circumstances. Chase tries to have It thought that he la Indifferent and scarcely cognizant of what Is doing In his behalf, but no one of his partisans Is so well posted as ChsB himself. Gideon Welles, In the Atlantic. The new Chinese government ar senal at Canton now tutns out rifles and quick-nrlng guns, according to the latest patterns, which are almost as good as those Imported from for eign countries 'With regard to make and finish. MUNlTOJi'8 EMINENT DOCTORS AT YOCR,SEKVICE FREE. Not Penny to Pay Par the Fullest Medical Examination. If you are in doubt as to the cauBe of your disease mail us a postal re questing a medlcalexamlnatlonblank, which you will fill out and return to us. Our doctors will carefully diag nose your case, and if you can be cured you will be told so; If you can not be cured you will be told so. You are not obligated to us In any way, for this advice is absolutely free; you ar at liberty to take our advice or not as you see fit Send to-day for a medi cal examination blank, fill out and return to us as promptly as possible, and our eminent doctors will diagnose your case thoroughly absolutely free. Munyon's, 53d and Jefferson Sts., Philadelphia. Pa. The man who "won't listen to rea son" is generally thinking the same thing of us. rr nEADACHR-lllrkaTAPt'DINB Whether from Colds. Heat. Stomach or ferrous Troubles. Capiidln will Mtlevs too. L's liquid pleabsut to iske act lmmeill auelr. Try ti. inc., t&o, and HJc. a dru Many a fellow doesn't seom to realize the difference between taking a brace and taking a bracer. Do your feet ever feel tired, achy and ore St night? Rub them t i I h s little Hunlini Wiiard Oil. They'll b glad in the morning, and so will you. It is better to have too little con fidence In yourself that to have too much In other people. Dr. Pierce's Pellets, small, sugar-eosted, say to take ss candy, regulate and invig orate stomach, liver and bowels. Do not grip. It Is undoubtedly good luck to pick up a pin, if it happens to be a diamont pin. Perry Davis' Painkiller for seventy years has been curing diarrhoea, dysentery and oowel complaints. Get the genuine. According to the report tor 1907 08 of the London County Council Edu cation Committee there? were In the schools 882,834 elementary scholar, a decrease on the year of 7,769. Becaus of i I, un jj mi ii iii -nr. .... .ii inn rr irn r " L"" isssnin White Steamers Use Kerosene as Fuel THE WHITE STEAMER WHICH MADE A SWTKKs: t I, l i "MAC DEMONSTRATION OF KEROSENE AS KIEL ON THE RECENT liOoO-MlLE GLIDDEX TOl'R. The most Interesting announce ment ever made In connection with the automobile Industry was un doubtedly that made a month or two ago to the effect that the new models ot the White Steam Cars could be run on kerosene, or coal oil, Instead of gasoline. Everyone at once recog nized that the use of the new fuel would add materially to the advan tages which the V.'hlte already pos sessed over other types of cars. There were some people, however, who were sceptical as to whether or not the new fuel could be used with complete success and, therefore, the makers of the White Car. the White Company, of Cleveland, Ohio, deter mined to make a public demonstra tion of the new fuel In the 1909 Glld den Tour. From the standpoint of the public, no test more satisfactory could have been selected. First of all, the dis tance covered on the Glidden Tour, from Detroit to Denver and tbence to Kansas City, was 2650 miles. This was certainly more than sufficient to bring out any weaknesses, If such had existed. Still more Important was the fact that the car was at all timeB while on the road under the supervi sion of observers, named by those who entered other contesting cars. Therefore, It would have been Impos sible for the driver of the White to have even tightened a bolt without the fact being noted and a penalty In flicted. At night the cars were guarded by Plnkerton detectives and could not be approached by any one. The number of pilgrims who went to the holy places of Islam (Mecca and Medina) this season is estimat ed at about 170.0W. HAD SEVERE WEEPING ECZEMA. Face and Neck Were Raw Terrible Itching, Inflammation and Sore ness All Treatment Failed Cuticura a Cireut Success). "Eciema benan over the top of my ear. It cracked and then began to sprend. I had three different doctors and tried sev eral things, but they did me no good. At last one side of my face and my neck were raw. The water rnn out of it lo that I had to wear medicated cotton, and it was so inflamed end sore that I had to put a piece of cloth over my pillow to keep the water from it, and it would stoin the cloth a lort of yellow. The eczema itched so that it seemed as though I could tear my face all to pieces. Then I begun to use the Cuticura Soap and Ointment, and it u nnt more than three months before it wus all healed up. Miss Ann Pearsons, North field, Vt., Dee. 19, 1007." Potter Drug 4 C'liera. Corl., Sole Props, of Cuticura Remedies, Boston, Mats. The students of physiognomy have not yet analyzed the reason why some men grimace like apes. RAISED FROM SICK BED After All Hope Had Vanished. Mrs. J. H. Bennett, 68 Fountain St., Gardiner, Me., says: "My back used to trouble me so severely that at last I had to give up. I took to my bed and stayed there four months, suffering In tense pain, dizziness, headache and Inflam mation of the blad der. Though with- V I f " 11 sins- Doan'a Kidney Pills, and In three months was com pletely cured. The trouble has never returned." Sold by all dealers. 60 cents a box. Foiter-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. T. An unlucky thing about baring house full of children Is when you would like to sleep In the' morning, confesses the New York Press. it a .1 ii t uir. rtxxly, (ray hsira. Um"U CMOU" MAIR KCSTOaKR. Vci. ti.OO. retsIL The complete success of the new fuel while on this 2(i50-nitla public test and the advantages gained through its use were well described In the following dispatch which the correspondent of the New York Sun sent to bis paper at the conclusion of the tour; "A feature of the tour which was watched with special Interest was that the White Steamer need kero sene, or 'coal oil,' ns fuel Instead of gasoline. The new fuel worked splendidly throughout the 2650-mlle Journey, and all claims made in Its behalf were fully proven. First of all, as regards cheapness, ttiS White driver secured kerosene all along the route from 6 cents to 10 cents cheap er per gallon than was paid for gaso lene. Secondly, the new fuel was handled without any precautions, and It was not unusual to see kerosene being poured into the fuel tank while the crew of tho car and an Interested crowd stood by with lighted cigars and cigarettes. At the finish of the tour, the White was the only car per mitted by the authorities to enter Convention Hall, where the technical examination took place, without draining its fuel tank. Thirdly, the new fuel proved to be absolutely without smoke or smell. Fourthly, kerosene could be purchased at what ever part of the route was most con venient, and not once during the trip through the ten States of the Middle West was there found a grocery Btore where kerosene was not readily and cheaply obtainable. Finally, the MADE French Opera Tea Is delicious and cooling. It is economical because ens pound will make 200 cups. Try a pound. In sealed cans, CO cents. French Opera Coffee Is always the same ALWAYS GOOD. AMERICAN COFFEE COMPANY, OF NEW ORLEANS, Ltd. Hltih living doesn't fit one for the hi -her life. r sffllrt rjThompson'sLyeWater wSlb wen Finer flavor, rrmtrr nurruloncr and more fcji.' 0tj$' Cabbage and Onions M) jTy'li h sddlss Palash to the commrrrinl fcrlilircr you use on "WJ these crops. Il produeni sound, solid h-d and bulbs with VA wJh' I nuch improved flavor, and insiun-atliu crop wall ahead al Iront 1 JVS amount of fuel used on the trip showed that kerosene Is at least fifteen per cent, more efficient, gallon for gallon, than gasoline. The car la other respects made a most creditable) showing, and there was the usual riv alry among the observers to be as signed to the White so that they could ride with t,he maximum of com fort. The only adjustments or re pairs charged agalnBt the car during the long trip were tightening a lubri cator pipe and wiring a da'hiaged mud guard. These penalties were not In flicted until more than 2000 miles had been completed with an absolute ly perfect score." A particularly Interesting feature of the new White Steamer Is that cither kerosene or gasoline may be used as fuel. The necessary adjust ments so that the fuel may be changed from kerosene to gasoline, or vice versa, may be made In a couple of minutes; but so completely successful has kerosene proven to be, that it Is not believed that any purchasers will rare to use gasoline. The White Company report that the demands for their new steam cars both the $2000-model and the 84 000-model exceed their most san guine expectations. It Is evident that the combination of steam the pow er which everyone understands and has confidence In with kerosene the fuel which everyone has on hand and can handle without any dancer is thoroughly appreciated by up-to-date purchasers of automo biles. FROM OUR mwr.-rrv nirtjitRMT CRc''.R?"yj!;w,,l3' i.uipi The .. ! M Is A ..UsIUmur,. Hd. At36'09)