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DIN 3. MicanaxN " NATURE'S PROTEST. AU along our eastern seaboard lie bandoned farms. Some of these farms, many of them, indeed, were once as well cultivated and productive as any In the land, says Washington illerald. At $50 an acre they would have been called a gift. Now no pur chasers are In sight at five dollars. What Is the explanation of the trag jedy, for tragedy It Is, which lies be hind this swathe of desolated farm land, when men say the more acres ja man owns, the poorer he Is," and where the pine and the broomsedge, iflourlshlng In undisturbed possession, !bear Bllent testimony to the grim jtruthfulness of the saying? It Is na ture's own protest against selfishness. iFor years man has been getting from his land all he could and giving noth ing back. Men who would not be 60 foolish as to suppose that their horses could work or their cows give milk without food have thought that their land could go on yielding without be ing fed. Now they know better. But for many the knowledge has come too late. Ruined farms means ruined men. Farmers are not the only people guilty of such conduct. Every selfish man Is making the same mistake. He Is starv ing his farm. Some day It will starve him. It must do 60. Nature's" laws :must be obeyed. ; A curious phase of the Immigration movement is reported from New Eng land. It is well known that In the fac Hory towns of that section a large pro portion of the working force is made up of French Canadians who have come from the Dominion to engage in Ithe textile and other industries. jCanada is making extraordinary efforts rto induce settlers to locate in the un developed lands of that country, par ticularly in the northwest, where vast iareas suitable for farming, and espe cially for wheat growing, are avail able. It is stated that colonization lagents employed by the Dominion government are now at work among (the French Canadians employed in the New England industrial towns, and that free lands and other advantages lare offered In the hope of bringing labout th repatriation of the opera dives. Nearly 600 families ar booked to leave New England for th Caaw, U-llan northwest within a monta. The ' Experiment will be watched witr inter "oit. If there is to be a decided drift tk to the land" the economic 2ffecf be worthy of close observation. It should be posl?le to aid Ameri can shipping in such a'ways to re store the flag to the seas and loosen the grip -which foreign carriers now have on the business. Much, could be done without actual expense to the government. This is suggested by dis cussion over the bills pending in con-t gress which provide postal subventions for merchant vessels. In this connec tion it is Etated that the postmaster general estimates that there is an an-! nual surplus revenue from the foreign mall service of $3,400,000. That repre sents the profit on this business, al though the government is not supposed to carry it on for gain. The amount might well be diverted to the legiti mate purpose of encouraging tn mer cantile marine, maintenance of which would be of Incalculable benefit to the country. Boy human nature U very much the same, in the scion of a royal sire as in the offspring of the humblest man. The Fon of the czar of Russia, not six yars old and heir to the throne, was seized with a passion for going to sea and ran away with that purpose in view and was caught several miles from the palace, after officials, soldiers, police and everybody else in authority had hunted high and low and visions of nihilist plots and murderous schemes had affrighted the family. The boy was bitterly disappointed that he could not be a sailor like his famous ances tor Peter the Great. And many an American "kid" who has started out to light Indians or be a pirate has felt much the same way, unless he has been absent Ions enough to get a thorough touch of homesickness. With the first touch of warm weather begins the annual summer mad-dog scare. If people will only keep their heads, supply water for the panting, overheated dog and keep the email boy from tormenting friendless curs into frenzy, much peace of mind, If not actual security from danger; (will be secured. I A couple danced 15 hours and six minutes in San Francisco. The strenu ious life Is enc "caching more and more jupon our simple pleasures. Imagine Kermit iiooseveit &o years !hence sitting around the store and telling of the things he did when he .-was a boy. It Is salJ In the south that this Is rolng to be a great strawberry year, it has certainly been a great winter lor prunes. A Pleasing Sense of Health and Strength Renewed and 01 Ease and Comfort follows the use of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, as it aots gently on the kidneys, liver and bowels, cleans ing the system effectually, when con stipated, or bilious, and dispels colds and headaches. To get its beneficial effects, always buy the genuine, manufactured Dj the California Fig Syrup Co. W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES 5, 4P 3.50, 3, 2.50 & 2 THE STANDARD FOR 30 YEARS. Million of men wear W. L. Douglas ahoe be cause they are the low. et prices, quality con idered. in the world. Made upon honor.of the best leathers, by the .1. :ll I 1. mo.i Hum -, in all the latest fashions. IT, W. L. Doutlas $5.00 V and $4.00 shoes equal dM. i,ustorn oencn wort x, costing $6.00 to $8.00. fi V 6oy$'Shoe$3,$2.50&$2 W. I. Donprlas iruaranteM thlr tsIhc by stamping ris nam ana prim on I fie doiioui. look iur iu Take IVo Kuliltnt r. Fatt Color Eyelet: Ask your lf irr for W. T.. ToiikI8H sin. 1 f not forsalel'nyour townwntefor MaiUrlrralloi.BJiow. Inn how to order iy mall. Miiwt ortred rtirfet from factory delivered free. W.L.lougls. Brockton, Mass. AN OUTRAGE. U V 'i ou rude thing, to stand in my presence, with your hat on and a pipe in your moufh. Don't you know I'm a lady-bug? HELP FOR THE AGED. No Need to Longer Suffer from Kidney Trouble. Mrs. Catherine Sullivan, 1712 Mof- fatt St., Joplin, Mo.says: "Like most elderly people, I suffered from kidney trouble for years. My back ached in tensely and there was a feeling of numbness in my spine. My hands cramped and the urinary passages were profuse. Doc tors prescribed for me but I was not benefited. At last I began taking Doan's Kidney Pills. They drove my troubles away, and I now enjoy excellent health." Remember the name Doan's. For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. One Type of Religion. "Too many people." said Rey. CHarle3 F. Aked at a luncheon in New York, "regard 'their religion as did the little boy In the Jam closet. "His mother pounced on hlra sud denly. He stood on tiptoe, ladling Jam with both hands from the Jam pot to his mouth. "Oh, Jacky!' his mother cried. And laHt night you prayed to be made a salntl "Ills face, an expressionless mask of jam. turned towards her. " 'Yes, but not till after I'm dead,' he explained." ImDortant to Mothers Examine carelully every bottle of CASTOUIA. a safe and sure remedy for infants and children, and see that it Bears the Signature of i In Use For Over BO Years. The Kind You Have Always Bought Something Visible. "Show me some tiaras, please, want one lor my wife." "Yes, sir. About what price?" "Well, at such a price that I can 6ay: 'Do you see that woman with the tiara? She Is my wife.' If You Are a Trifle Sensitive About the lz of your alio, many people wear .mailer hoH ny Uhinjr inen a r oui-r.c, the Antiseptic Powder to rUiakA Into the alioea. It cure Tired. Swollen. Aching Feet and pirn rent and comfort. Just the thin for breaking In new nhwu. Hold everywhere, 2jC Sample ent MIEE. AdJretta, Allen S. Olmsted, Le Koy, N. Y His Future. Ella What did your aged suitor say when he proposed to you? Stella Will you be my widow? For fieri. Ilrhtim K -el Ida, Cyata, Styea Fr111nr Kyelnali.'M find All Kyes That Svc Care Trv Murlno Kye Falve. Asop tlo Tul.rs Trial Sir. 'Sc. Aak Your Drug Ktst or Write Murine Kye Remedy Co., Chicago. Oft hath even a whole city reape the evil fruit of a bad man. llcslod ST? BEER AND TAXES PROMINENT NOW THE AGENTS WHO TAKE ORDERS FOR BEER IN DRY COUNTIES VIOLATE THE LAW. THE TELEPHONE COMPANIES ARE FIGHTING THEIR TAX PAYMENTS. Note and Comment On Various Topics From All Parts of the State. An agent of a brewery who has his office in a dry county cannot soucu orders for beer, send the money, or der and name of the party placing the order to the brewery, and then receive the beer himself and make the de liver' to the purchaser. Such Is the law, according to an opinion given by Attorney General Bird, who also says that should the liquor be shipped in separate packages directed to each In dividual purchaser, and placed In one large package directed to the ageni, and the agent should deliver the liq uor to the various persons to whom it was consigned, the agent In so doing would violate the local option law and be subject to arrest. In his opinion Attorney General Bird holds that in both instances the agent undertakes on payment of the price charged to deliver to the cus tomer a pertain quantity of liquor, and that in such instance the agent has control of the liquor until the time delivery is made. The attorney general, however, holds that it is not a violation, of the law when the drayage charge on liquor shipped in for a dry county la paid by the purchaser to whom it is con signed, and the liquor is taken from the express office or railroad station by order of the purchaser. These opinions were given on request of the prosecuting attorney of Lenawee county. Fighting Tax Levy. Auditor General Fuller says that the proceedings started by seven te.e phone companies to prevent collec tion of their taxes, is Important to the school districts of the state, as the suits will undoubtedly prevent the usual fall apportionment of primary school money. It had been expected that about $1 per capita would be available for distribution next Novem ber. Out of $391,CC2.C1 in uncollected ad valorem taxes $303,003.06 is at stake in these suits. The auditor general was served FriJay night with the mo- tiomfor a restraining order which has beeif filed in the United States dis trict court. The questlou whether an injunction will be issued to stop col lection will bo taken up' on May 19 If tlie injunction is Issued the con&e- aueivt leeal proceedings are expected to tfe up the tax for an interminable length of time. Referring to the same matter Gov ernor Warner says: " just to snow how unreasonable some of them are, the parent company, the American was getting off with a payment of $120 a year. We got after them and they admitted they have $375,000 in the state and should have been pay ing $6,000 a year for many years. We think they have $450,000 in the state and assessed them accordingly, mak ing a difference of about $1,500 in the tax. There is a suit on for the $1,500 when admittedly they are a good many times that amount ahead or the state in the levy of past years and when the assessment for this year is only just." DRIVING WITH ROCKEFELLER. Pleasant Recreation Provided for Peo ple of Tarrytown by Their Fa mous Fellow Townsman. To take a drive with JohnD. Rocke feller has become a regular recrea tlon this spring for a great many of the friends and neighbors of that fa mous resident of Tarrytown, N. Y and he has increased thereby his popularity among the people of the little city. Not a pleasant day goes by without the oil king inviting some of them, men. women and cnlldren to ride with him in automobile or car rlage, and it is safe to say that the invitations are seldom declined, fo his vehicles are the best to be had and the drives around Tarrytown are beautiful. Mr. Rockefeller, before starting for a riae, always ions a paper vest, ae clarlng it to be a great protection against colds, and he Insists that hi euests do the same. After the ride he refuses to take back the garment ind consequently in nearly every home in Tarrytown may be found ; paper vest preserved as a souvenl of a dellchtful ride with the multi millionaire. Tablets For Late War Veterans. At a meeting of the state board o auditors It was voted to purchase nine bronze tablets, containing the list of enrollment of each regiment the number killed In action and th number dying of wounds and disease in the Civil and Spanish wars. These tablets will be placed on the pilasters near the glass cases in me rotuna of the capltol, which contain the flag of the several regiments of both, wars Supt. V. V. (Jreen. of the imple ments and machinery division of the state fair, is enthusiastic about th new machinery hall which will be readiness at fair time. This will houso over one third of the machln crv and Implement exhibits and Is th "first unit" in what will eventually be a $75,000 structure for this clas of exhibits. The recent sale of valuable prop ertv on the Lanks of the Little Mus kegon river, south of Morley, ha aroused Into est In the propose Fcheme of bul.dlng a power dam on that river. NEWS OF MICHIGAN. The Standard Food Co., whose fao tory, in Oxford, burned, is moving into the Owosso food factory temporarily, but, according to Manager Davies, will rebuild a modern food factory on the site of the burned building. At a special election the voters of Battle Creek decided to bond the city for $30,000 for the erection of a city hall. The election followed Mayor Bailey's refusal to sign a warrant drawing on the city's general fund for 10,000 as first payment. A coroner's Jury in Benton Harbor exonerated Charles Payne, the negro who shot and killed Charles Jackson, another negro, while protecting his aged mother from an attack of Jack son. The Jury deliberated only a few minutes and Fayne was released. Judge Hastings has refused a dl- orce to a Menominee woman who charged that her husband was cruel and Inhuman because he swore at her. The Judge quoted authorities to show that some men who love their wives devotedly-.sometlmes swear at them. In the arrest of Frank Robinson, 40, after an exciting chase, the police of Bay City believe they have captured the yeggman who looted the East Lansing postofflce of $3,000 last week Robinson was caught In the attempt to rob the money drawer in a meat market. Fire destroyed the barn of Mrs. Elizabeth Palmer, at Hillsdale. A 'Columbian Golden Temple, carved with a penknife by Andrew Keefer after many years' labor, was totally destroyed. The temple was valued at 2.000 and insured for $1,000. It was exhibited at fairs. A new counterfeit silver .dollar has been found In circulation In the towns of tho Michigan copper country and it Is believed to be the product of local counterfeiters. The coin is al most perfect, being but 20 grains lighter than the genuine coin and pos sessing a very clear ring. MayorsBnrU'son. of McBain, the smallesinit'ty "In the state, is waging a war -JDlnst Sunday business of any and all kiwds and he has succeeded in getting everything closed up except one ice cream stand, and he declares that must go too. His board of alder men is with him to a man. Harcourt brake, an Ann Arbor high school lad, invented an ingenious scheme for seeing the comet without getting out of bed. He has arranged a mirror so that it reflects the part of the sky where the comet appears and placed it near his bed and set the alarm clock for 2:25 a. m. After several days' consideration Battle Creek Grand Army veterans have decided to refuse $150 provided for their use by the common council and Mayor Bailey for Memorial day purposes, explaining thi3 remsai by pointing to the council's provision that a committee of aldermen super visehe expenditure. Atl bflrir; despondent several weeks bcaus. of the loss of a cow end several hogs, his wife says, Jacob E-nmers, 50, well-to-do farmer and ho-, tcji owner of Shaftsburg, left home ana has noi oeen seen since. Emmers says her husband took two revolvers with him, and she fears that he has ended his life. In the annual Peninsular Oratorical league contest, five high schools of the state being represented, first place was awarded to Lyman S. Hulbert, of Ann Arbor, who spoke on "Men Who Dare," and second place was given to Winfred Cook, ot Saginaw (East Side) high school, his subject being "The Charge at High Bridge." The Grand Ranlds Brush Co. has made a unique demand on the city It asks that the money paid to the girl employes of the firm, while they were sick from the effects of vaccin atlon, ordered by the city authorities during a recent smallpox scare, be returned to the company. The coun cil refuses to consider the claim. While Melvin Folllck. an invalid of many years, was seated In a chair at his home in Elm Hall, and his wife was cleaning a stone well, out of hear ing distance, a fire which broke out In the house nearly reached the help less man before neighbors arrived and rescued him. A bucket brigade ex tingulshlng the blaze after $4,000 dam age had been done. The state fair board Is planning on putting $100,000 into new building this year. Besides this the purses premium lists and outdoor free at tractions will amount to over $100 000 more. Later contracts for amuse ments will probably bring the total up to $250,000 to be expended thi year for the people of the state of MIchlean. This looks like a .better fair than ever before. East Lansing will have a new post office building, the college official having tendered to the United States government the use of the bulldln known as the "Bull Pen," a fine build ing situated directly across from th new weather bureau building. Th government will Immediately com menrfl rpmodellne the structure. On account of the secluded location of the old office, robberies have been fre quent. Atty.-Gen. Bird has been asked to mandamus the Michigan Central Rail way Co. to compel it to Interchange freight cars with the Detroit United railway at Oxford. The order was is sued some time ago, the Michigan Central laid a number of tracks, an the I). IT. R. purchased a locomotive to haul its consignments to Hint and to points along the line. Nothing has ever ben done In the requeste change despite the order. In a communication, thanking the common, council for its assistance in romnromlslnc the famous Battl Crrek sanitarium tax case. Dr. J. H Kiin"r Tina announced for the first time that this institution has treate 18.000 charity patients, spent $S 048.1.1 on the poor, left some $3,000 000 with local merchants and paid out $1,000,000 In wages. The report covers-41 years of the sanitarium ex Istence. Tho annual reunion of the Secon Michigan cavalry will be held in Hoi land June 21. The department en caniprncnt will begin June 21 and las I three days. EDWARD VII. The Funeral Arrangements for the Nation's Dead King. Court, military and municipal offi cials, working at high pressure, com pleted the details of the arrangements for the king's funeral ceremonies this week. The preliminary obsequies oe- gan Saturday, when, the king's body, after his brother, the Duke of conr naught, took his farewell look, was removed from the simple death-room to the splendid throne-room of the palace, which was converted into a chapelle ardente, where It remained privately in state Sunday and Monday. On Tuesday the body will be removed with processional pomp to Westmin ster hall, where it will lie publicly In state until Friday. Not even at the time of the death of Queen Victoria was the rush for mourning so immediate and universal &b since the death of the king. Al ready every woman in London Is wear ing a black costume. Many of these are quite out of style and have evi dently been laid away for years. Indeed, the sudden mourning has completely revolutionized the spring modes. Tho mummy skirt and the cart wheel hat have disappeared, the desire of every woman apparently be ing to appear Inconspicuous. The large firms have ordered their em ployes to buy mourning clothes. WTo men of all classes are making every effort to show respect for the dead monarch. Many ladles are discarding spring costumes which they recently bought, and are wearing rusty black. The craze for mourning has, Indeed, gone to such an extent that it means a pecuniary loss to many people. George Bernard Shaw, the dramatist. in a letter to the Times, protests against this. He says: "Take the case of a man with a profession or business from which he has a few hundred pounds a year, with three daughters at the nearest high school. The school Is compelled to go in mourning. The dresses pro vided for the season have to be dlS' carded and a new black dress bought To a court official It may be lncon ceivable that so trifling an expense should be a hardship to any one. The remedy is to drop the vague expres slon decent mourning' and to define the wearing of a violet ribbon as ap propriate mourning for royalty. This would be correct, inexpensive and pretty. Why our schools should be deliberately made hideous with black because an honorable public career has come to its natural close in all peace and fulfillment and with a cheerful memory Is not apparent to any healthy minded person." Mr. Shaw's suggestion has been fol lowed by many men, so that instead of wearing a black band, a purple in set in the sleeve is regarded as the proper thing. Mr. Roosevelt's arrival In London Monday was without ostentation. The issue of trading stamps by merchants was pronounced unlawful by the District of Columbia court of appeals In a divided decision ren dered. The trading stamp companies will appeal to the. supreme court of the United States. The superseding of British officers by Japanese in the Japanese trans Pacific liners the officers being re moved one by one, generally at this end of the run is said to be due to pressure of Japanese public opinion which demands the manning of Jap anese vessels entirely by Japanese The companies would like to retain white captains and chief engineers but even this is impossible. Each month sees fewer white officers on the Japanese liners that arrive on Paget Sound. THE MARKETS Detroit. Cattle Market 25c to BO higher than last week: very llcht run Kxtra dry-fed uteers and heifers, $2.75 &D7.50; sters and heirers. 1,000 to 1,200 $77.25: steers and helferB. 800 to 1,000 $6.50(1j 6.75; steers and heifers that are fat. 500 to 700, 4.50ii6; choice fat cows. 15.50: eood rat cows, 15 w 5.25 common cows. 1 3.50 Cu) 4; canners. $3 choice heavy bulls. $5.50 (f? 5.75; fair to good boloRnas, bulls, $5rp5.25; stock bulls. $4D4. 50; milkers, large, young, medium age, $40W&5; common milkers S25M35. Veal calves Market stronsr. las wee-k's prices. Best, $7 7.75; others, $4W7. Milch cows and sprinters Steady. Sheep and lambs Market strone a last week's prices. Ilest lambs, $8.5060 K.&5: fair to proou iambs, 17.60&08. 25 light to common lambs. S4.50tfD5.50 spring1 lambs. $106)11; fair to good sheep. $6& 6.75; culls and common. $3.50 Hoes Receipts. 4.622: market slow packers bidding 10c to 15c lower than on Vednesday; nothing sold at noon Kan go or prices: I-lght to good butch ers. $9.60; pigs. $9.60; light yorkers, 19.60; stags, 1-3 on. East Buffalo, N. Y. Cattle Receipt steady. Hogs Receipts steady; heavy. $10(fl 10.10: yorkers, $10.1510.20; pigs, $10.20. Sheep Steady: best lambs. $9.23 O 9.35; yearlings. $7.75(fi 8; wethers. $7.25 p .eo; ewes, j&.&utft v.&o. Rralu, i:tc. Whvt Cash So. 2 red. $1.11 May, $1.11': July opened with an advanc of 4c at $1.04. advanced to $1.044 and declined to $1.04 xh September opened at si.uj, aavanceu c and declined t $1.03 lA: No. 1 white. $1.1 in. Corn Cash No. 3. 64c; No. 2 yellow, or; nv. wmir, j cur HI Sc. Oats Standard, 3 cars at 4514c; No white, 1 car at 44ic. It ye Canh No. 1. 8 2c. Reans Cash and May, $2.15; October, $2.05. Cloverseed Prime October, 100 bags Feed In 100-lb sacks. Jobbing lots jiran. sze: coarse cornmeal, $27; fin middlings, $29; cracked corn and coars cornmeal, $25; corn and oat chop, $2 per ton. Flour Rest Michigan patent. $.".9. ordinary patent. $5.75; straight, $5.65 ciear. :..&:: pure ryes 14.45; sprln patent, $5.90 per bbl in wood. Jobbln lots. The board of bishops of the Metho dist Episcopal church In session at Chicago adjourned after deciding to hold the next convention at Washing ton, D. C, October 2C. Wm. II. Head, 82 years old, claim acent of the Illinois Central Railroad Co. for 40 years and pioneer resident of Chicago, died at his home while sitting in a chair. Born In England he was a choir boy In St. Paul rathe dral. London, more than CO yearn atro He attended the convention which nominated Lincoln DO vears neo and was a personal friend of President L-incoin. Arithmetic. Teacher If I give you one apple Young American Don't do It, teach , and you wont Ktart any of that trouble that Adam and Eve got Into. I'KHHV 1A I o' i i v u 1 1 t drawn tho uin nl iitM mniuiUxi tr.'iu hVw-itlnn mi n.-.. i.i-s una a liny tho awlul itching of mowjulto Ini. s. i-. kIld ri iK-Mle,. Don't criticize a fool; fools can't belp being foolish. Mrs. Window's Koothlnor SrriD. ForctiUdreD tneililnif v,lien the Kuin, reduces In. tUuiinaiion.alUy put u. ru run w i nl collo. Zc m toiU. Is what you ;uo worrying about really worth while? Good Health is within reach of nearly every man and woman who earnestly desires it. Start right with Sold Everywhere. In Boxes 10c. end 25c Meechamtt Glorious Colorado No one can say he has seen the world until he has seen "Colorado." Write for the books that picture and describe it Electric block signals dining car meals and service "Best in the World" via the Union Pacific "The Safe Road" Ask about our personally conducted tours to Yellowstone National Park For full information, tickets, etc., address E. L. LOMAX, G. P. A. Union Pacific R. R. Co. Omaha, Nebraska An Interruption. Among the primary pupils enrolled In a Baltimore school this term Is the 6on of a prominent business man of that city. One afternoon, at close of school, the youngster sought out his father In his office, to whoiy". he said: "Dad, I'm gating tired of school. I think I'll quit." "Why?" asked the astonished par ent; "what's the matter, Tommy? I thought you were fond of going to school." "So I am, dad," responded the young ster, suppressing a yawn, "but it breaks up the day so." Harper's Mag azine. Even Among the Hoboes. "Hullo, Dusty," said Weary Wag gles, as the two tramps met In the street. "How's livln'?" "Somepln awful," replied Dusty Rhodes. 'The cost of everything's gone up so a feller can't hardly get his three meals per." "Humph!" ejaculated Weary. "I never knowed you to pay for nothln'." "No," returned Dusty, "but It's the solemn fact that along my route, where I used to have to ask only once for a breakfast, they make me ask twice these days." Harper's Weekly. New Work for Women. Mrs. Frederick II. Snyder Is the only woman impresario on earth, she says. She decided that grand opera would be a good thing for St. Paul and made her first venture so successful that she has continued In the business after the fashion of men engaged in the same work. r Some Sweet Day jjjIT" ' 1 isiiiiiiiisi A- "''""-x-'ib ..t. rr. r y Topular rktT 0c Family sire 15c. Sold by Grocers. Postum Cereal Co., nn n lnJ(Q)(Q)(0J Sarsaparilla Cures all blood humors, all eruptions, clears the complex ion, creates an appetite, aids digestion, relieves that tired feeling, gives vigor and vim. Get It today. In usual liquid form or tablets called Farsatabs. 100 Doses $1. for a Dime Why spend a dollar when 10c buy box of CASGAKETS at any drugstore? Use as directed get the natural, easy result. Saves many dollars tvaated on medi.ine that do not cure. Millions regularly use CASGAKETS. Buy a box now 10 week's treatment proof in the morn ing. 90 CASCARBTS 10c a box for a week'i treatment, all druggists. Biggest seller in tbe world. Million boxes a month. The Jeweled Set. An actress said of Eleanor Robson: "She is a dear. She has married Au gust BeliuonL Now 6he Is in the set that I once heard her so wittily ridi cule. "She said that In conversation with a leading matron of this gilded, this jeweled set, she once said: "'And where do you think you'll spend the summer, Mrs. Van Gelt?' M,Er the North Cape. I believe,' Mrs. Van Gelt answered. 'One can get skl-lng there all through August. know.' "And where will you spend the wf ter, then?' "Oh, Florida, by all mean3. There such ripping January bathing at Pain Beach.' Not a Case of Treat. "How long has the doctor been treat ing your wife?" "Treatln her? Gosh, If you seen his bills you wouldn't think there was much treatln' about it." Chicago Record-Herald. Exercise Good for It. Asked the Progressive Woman of the Beauty Culturist: "Don't you think women should exercise the suffrage?" "Certainly. My method will increase It two inches." Puck. Information. Census Taker What Is your color? Sweet Young Thing George says it is peaches and cream. No man can love evil for evil's sake as he can love goodness for goodness' sake. Schiller. You may be served with Post Toasties and Cream Then you will know what a dainty, tcmpt ' ing food you have been missing. Every serving wins a friend "The Memory Lingers" Ltd., Cattle Creek, Mich.