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Mr. B. W. D. Barnes.
I con
dcd to
>cruna, and after using four bottles
ny 1 was entirely cured.”
Unable to Work.
Gustav Iliinmelrvich, Hochheim,
i, writes:
>r a number of years I suffered when*
1 took cold, with severe attacks of
j i, which usually yielded to the com*
I mo remedies.
Lt year, however, I suffered f »r eight
l|.s without interruption that I
I not do any work nt all. The va
l medicines that were prescribed
ight me no relief.
iter taking six bottles of Penina,
of La* upia and two of Manaliu, I
free of my trouble so th.it I can do
ny farm work again. 1 can heart*
r commend this medicine to any
who suffers with thia annoying
ll.iint and believe that they will
in good icsults.”
I Grouch —So you had a fight with
dice. Ho claims he licked you.
Dlly—Oh! the boastab! It’s twue
mn pled my cwavat dweadfully,
Shen It was all ovah his collah
[rightfully wilted.
elgho!" sighed Mrs. Stoutly. "You
to sit with your arm arouud my
>. John, but jou never do It any
n sorry, dear," replied Stoutly,
there are some things that are
id my reach."-“Hariier’s Weekly.
!t men would rather give their
credit for what they do than
o them money.
dered, and Great Good Came of It
rareless grocer left tho wrong
igo at a Michigan home one day
hereby brought a great blessing
s household.
io yeac* ngo I was a sufferer from
ach troubles, bo acute that the
: to digest ordinary food gave me
pain, and brought on a condition
ich extreme nervousness that I
I not be left alone. I thought I
Id certainly become Insane. I was
iduced In flesh that I was little bet
han a living skeleton. The doc
failed to give me relief and 1 de
ed of recovery.
no day our groceryman left a
Igo of Grape Nuts food by mls
so I tried some for dinner. I was
’ised to find that It satisfied my
tlte and gave me no distress what-
Tho next meal I ate of It again,
to be brief, I have lived for the
year almost exclusively on Grape-
It has proved to be a most
hful and appetizing food, per
r adapted to the requirements of
y (
*ape-Nuts Is not only easily di
rt and assimilated, but I find that
I have been using It I am able
t anything else my appetite fan
wlthout trouble from indlges-
Tho stomach trouble and ner
less have left me, I have regain*
ly plumpness and my views of
ire no longer despondent and
per members of my family, espe
f my husband, (whose old enemy,
beart-burn,' has been vanquished)
also derived great benefit from
Ba® of Grape-Nuts food and we
: no morning meal complete with-
L” Name given by Postum Co
• Creek. Mich.
here’s a reason?* and it is «x
--ed in the little book. “The. Road
ellville,” In pkgs.
< above letter? A aew
ttee to time. vSn
rvaoiao. tree, aad fall ef harass
X. r- > '
DALTIMORE already Is preparing for the ent* rtainnrw nt of th<-host* that will Invade that
litho Democratic national convention la hold. The Fifth Regiment armory. In wUUh the bg ti.e<
take place, will be elaborately decorated.
Tale Told by Friend of Publicity
Sturgeon Didn’t Mind Being Shimming
Billboard, but Balked at Advertis
ing Good Fishing at Summer
New York.—"l am well acquainted
with a man who ran a summer hotel
on the banks or a stream about an
aeronaut's fly from the city," said the
man who writes the vacation guide
book o! a certain railroad and who is
noted for his chivalry in assisting
truth to rise alter she has been
crushed to earth.
"Along early In tho summer this
gentleman was attracted by a large
sturgeon which breakfasted every
mouing on the retuse which floated
away from the hostelry. Noting tho
ample proportions of this fish, my
friend was struck with a certain idea,
which he proceeded to enlarge upon.
He saw to It personally that a dainty
morsel was set out lor the big stur
geon every day Naturally, the large
fish had friendly feelings toward the
vicinity where he obtained his largess
every day, and it was but a short
while before mine host was almost on
speaking terms with the sturgeon it
was just a step further then to go
out In a boat and pace the sturgeon
over a course of about a mile, all the
while keeping him near the surface of
the river. At the end of each work
out the big sturgeon was rewarded by
something to eat.
"The next step In the process of ed
ucation was to rig up a large sign
setting forth the virtue of my friend's
summer retreat. This was attached
to a light but stout framework made
to fit the buck of the sturgeon. Ob
viously, the big fish, being so well
found by the hotel proprietor, was
not averse to taking a few turns up
and down the river, the sign showing
up In great shape above the edge of
the water, no portion of its propelling
power being visible
"First along the sign read: ‘.Mum
mer’s Summer Retreat Fine Cuisine,
Boating, and Bathing.* But my grasp
ing friend was not satisfied with this.
"One day in early summer I chanced
to drop into the workshop of the ho
tel and found a painter fixing up a
new sign reading as follows; Mum
mer's Summer Retreat—-Fine Cuisine.
Boating, Bathing and Fishing.*
Congressman Lewis of Maryland,
Whom He Befriended as a Boy,
Opens New Vista.
Scranton. Pa. —Edward Donnelly,
track layer in the Taylor mine, who
lives In Minooka, is firmly convinced
that It pays to befriend homeless boys,
for his kind actions toward a triend
less orphan thirty years ago have
borne fruit, and the chances are that
be will in a few days retire trim the
mines forever.
Thirty years ago there appeared in
Minooka a young Welsh boy by the
name of Lewis, lie secured employ
ment in the Carr's Patch mine, but.
being the only Welsh boy In the com
munity, his life was made miserable
by his companions until Edward Don
nelly came to bls rescue. Donnelly
constituted himself the champion of
the youth and frequently fought his
Lewis drifted away from this sec
tion of the country, and that was the
last heard from him until last week,
when Congressman D. J. Lewis of
Maryland reached the city to attend
the meeting of the State Grange.
After addressing the grangers Con
gressmen lx»wls hurried out to Minoo
ka and hunted up Donnelly. The meet
ing was fraught with reminiscences of
the past, for Lewis the orphan boy
and Lewis the congressman proved to
be one and the same.
Before leaving Congressman Lewis
Informed his erstwhile champion that
be should prepare to give up the
mines, \vs he meant to find a more
remunerative as well as a pleasanter
berth foe him in the government serv
rtrrti kso/mmt mmwy
Immediately, if
thL- j-lgn was moored on to the Mg
fish, startling remits followed, ills
' commenced to sulk on the job
Instead ol taking the beaten path up
bore, tn plain view or
Hing trains, the sturgeon
ilked uvet to one side, found a fee-
•'•ini down the
eluded ‘pot among the bushes and
stay* d tlnre until dark This went
on lot several dav
“Again I chanced to step at the ho
tel and my triend spike to me about
the strang<
ess < t his sturgeon
publicity bureau *1 can tell you what a
the n.at ter.' | said. right off the reel
It’s that amended sign calling atten
tion to th»* fl. hing Naturally a tlsh
sturgeon ha-
an li.tvlllg.-nt
shown hii
as your
s< If to he is not going to
be ar< un 1 any signa which invite the
ion ot his brother fish. I ad
miro him all the more lor his sturdi
ness ami fealty to his brethren lie
sees his duty and is not found want
dost r
The hotelkeeper saw the light
which 1 set before him and the next
day the old sign was hooked on to the
sturgeon and he was back on the ad
vertising Job with all his old time
strenuosity, continuing untiringly all
“Now, if | didn't know about this
Incident personally and vouch tor it
myself, I wouldn't blame you tor
doubting the remarkable intelligence
of a fish that could distinguish the
difference between a sign that meant
harm to members o r his trite and one
that did not advertise the fishing But
It's Jest as true as I stand here"
At this Juncture the speaker walked
Makes Daring Rescue.
New York —Owen Gallagher, a boll
er-maker of Bavonne, N. J„ was res
cued In the Hudson river by Sergeant
Henry \V. MilleY of the I'nited States
marine corps after Gallagher had
jum|x*d from the rear deck of a Penn
sylvania ferry boat, 100 yards off the
Cuttland street slip.
An Airship In Africa.
Paris. —Mr. Latham, the aviator, ha?
been commissioned by the minister
for the colonies to visit the Congo re
gion. He has embarked at Bordeaux,
taking with him a monoplane, which
will doubtless be the first aerial ma
chine to fly over Equatorial Africa.
Brig Stripped of Canvas Blown
Through Florida Keys to Safety
in Bahamas.
New York.—While a hurricane whis
tled through the sails of the little brig
Motley In the Gulf of Mexico till the
last shred of canvas was stripped
from her and she drove onward seem
ingly to destruction. Mrs. Addle Ed
wards, the young wife of the master
of the vessel, went among the mem
bers of the crew to cheer them up.
"1 prayed every day," said she. as
she stepped from the liner Allemanla.
"1 did not believe we would go down.
My little son and 1 have sailed for
six years on the Motley and we had
weathered all kinds of storms. I bad
faith, even, if the sailors had little, and
we came through all right.”
Mrs. Edwards, whose home it. Elm
hurst, L. 1., was on her way to visit
with relatives in Brooklyn.
"My little boy was born on the wa
ter," she continued. "He has been on
the Motley more than be has been
on dry land, and I have sailed into
many ports on the Atlantic ocean,
even to Africa. When the storm came
the child was calm, possibly calmer
than he would have been at our home
in Elmhurst with such a wind blow
"Wo bad loaded with lumber at Mo-
Mis awd were bounC for Mayaguws
Porto Hico. Within a short time aft
erward the wind rose to a hurricane.
The sailors —there were two mates
and six'Seamen, besides my husband,
my boy and myself—did not like It.
The gale increased, and pieces of can
vas began to rib off till It was annai-
not m oner tbm
Allentown, Pa.--Allentown has a po
lice dog, a fox terrier owned by pa
trolman David, that saved the life of a
man who, but for the dog, would have
been frozen to death one morning re
cently About midnight the officer was
Induced by the actions of the dog to
investigate what appeared to be a
snowdrift. He was surprised to find a
man, who upon being taken to the po
lice station, proved to be Owen Smith,
a railroader, who had been overcome
on his way home and found a bed iu
the snow.
ent that our sails would go If the wind
couth) ued.
"By the time we reached the Florida
keys we were moving along under
bare poles Then it was dangerous,
for there was no telling when we
might be driven on one of the distant
keys and wrecked. Luckily we es
caped that fate and luckily, too. the
wind blew us almost in the direction
we wanted to go.
"It was almost 21 days and nights
that I was without sufflcient sleep and
1 was worn out. When hope had al
most gone the gale blew us into Mid
dle innaguez in the Bahamas. We
were a sorry looking crowd when we
arrived, and I was glad the voyage
was over so far as 1 was concerned.”
Washington.—All large cities and
railroad systems in the United States
will unite to form an organization to
confer medals for bravery, if a plan
proposed by the American Cross of
Honor Is carried out. President Hern
don of the society says support for the
movement already has born promised
by some of the largest cities and by
heads of several of the most Import
ant railway systetms. The idea is to
have hero medals awarded at annual
conventions held In this city.
Recovered His Sight and Died.
New Haven. Conn.—Charles E
Hooghkirk of this city, the oldest past
master of Masons in Connecticut, died
recently as the result of joy follow
ing the recovery of his sight. He bad
been blind fnr two years.
It Was Observed When the Wtmen
Journeyed to the Fleet—Were
Divided Into Seta.
San Francisco—Rank observed
among tho wives of
Pacific Ccet on th*
board the Will dm
iofa their bustards, accord : g to the
»ITi< crs of ti.e Matson liner The bet-
< r halves o
some had Ile r own lit
while th<
of lower gradp were just
exclusive a’ t! » t r arernoon teas
The party of navy women w
cd by tlx- wife of R< ar Adin!
< y M Thoman, commander In-cb
he I’
ifle f.< <
who showed her gr
'lousncss In a little Inc.dent observe
>) the other travelers on board tb
Among the passengers was a slip
of a girl, the bride of a water tender
of one of the big war ships. She ball
ed from the middle west and it was
her first experience at sea. She look
e<! upon the big world with o;»eD eyed
awe and joyful anticipation of a coun
try girl on her first trip from the
old farm “down home.''
Therefore she knew nothing of the
formalities observed in circles where
gold braid prevails. Learning that 'lra
Thomas, like herself, had a husband
on board one of the vessels In the far
away waters, she rushed up to the
spouse of the rear admiral and gushed
“I’m awfully glad to meet you.
My husband is an officer on the boats,
“Yes. he's a water Under," she con
tinued proudly. “And what Is your
husband ?
“He is the commander of the fleet."
Mrs. Thomas smiled kindly.
"Oh. that is very nice, r hope
they're friends,” said the water tend
er's wife.
Mrs Thomas and the bride were
friends on the voyage to the Islands,
say the Wilhelmina's officers.
Deg Saves Man In Drift.
More Chance for Heroes.
n« xt .1
* e offi' era oi the
hi jou
a a to Honolulu to
OU <‘S of
I of
Fat Victim of Cupid Bashfully Ac
knowledge* Real Reason for Hi*
Act of Heroism.
The smallest boy had broken
through the ice and the fat buy was
crawling to bls rescue.
“Como buck. Fatty!” the other boy*
shrieked. “You’ll bust It al! in, an'
den youse’Jl both be drowned!”
but the fat boy, fiat on his atom
a' h and spread out to his widest ex
tent, ignored these warning cr »• and
steadily crept toward the black hole
and Tummy’s clinging fingers.
Once the Ice n ide a cracking sound
and the watchers yelled with C. may
But the fat boy did not halt. Nearer
and nearer be came, and finally bls
outstretched hands caught those cling
ing fingers and draw the small boy
little by little, onto the firmer ico and
so to safety.
“What d!d youse do It fer, Fatty?’
one of the boys tearfully remonstrat
“Aw,” repl’ed the hero. "I knew
what I lust In weight I made up In
wideness, sec?"
Then his fare softened.
“Besides,” he bashfully said, “I'm
sweet on Tommy’s sister!”
•My troubles began along In the
summer In the hottest weather and
took the form of small eruptions and
Itching and a kind of smarting pain.
It took mo mostly all over my back
and kept getting worse until finally
my back was covered with a mass of
pimples which would burn and Itch at
night sc tuat I could hardly stand It.
This condition kept getting worse and
worse until my back was a solid mass
of big sores which would break open
and run. My underclothing would bo
a clot of blood.
“I tried various remedies and satves
for nearly three years and 1 was not
getting any benefit. It seemed I was
In eternal misery and could not sleep
on my back or lean on a chair. I was
finally given a set of the Cutlcura
Remedies and inside of two weeks I
could see and feel a great relief. I
kept on using Cutlcura Scap, Ointment
and also the Resolvent, and In about
three or four months’ time my back
was nearly cured and I felt like a new
being Now lam In gnod health and
no sign of any skin diseases and I
am fully satisfied that Cutlcura Reme
dies are the best ever made for skin
diseases. I would not be without
them.’’ (Signed) W. A. Armstrong.
Corbin. Kan , May 26, 1911. Although
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment are sold
by druggists and dealers everywhere,
a sample of each, with 32-page book,
will be mailed free on application to
"Cutlcura," Dept. L, Boston.
Works Either Way.
Tattrrdon Torn -Wot drove you to
drink. T'irsty*
Thirsty Thingumbob
Tatterdon Torn—Did she turn jou
dovu or rnarry you?
Bigger Than Mobile.
Ella —Don’t you think ahe has a mo
bile mouth?
Stella—More than that; it Is us big
as the uhoie of Alabama.
Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets cure eon
stipation. Constipation is the cause of
many diseases. Cure the cause and you
cure the disease. Easy to take.
An Interruption
Gerald-With that end In view
Geraldine—Stop looking at my feet
That 1« I.Al'Al'lVK BHVMO UUININE Tax U for
the •Ignatur* of E V* . <<RoVE t'»e«l the World
ever tu t ure a CuU Id vue l*ay Sfc.
In planning for the future don’t
rerlook the present.
kM 1L1!!!!1!' !1!1L . !!.!W..!.!. . . I. IIB'J
A\irf etable Preparation for As •
imitating the Food and
s. main
Ml tin g foe Stomachs ahdßowels of
Promotes Digestion,Cheer ful
ness a nd Rest Contains neither
Opium. Morphine nor Mineral
Not Narcotic
Xkjpr JCU DrSAM.£If!TWm
X/x \
Wh • j
rlrt'- f • f
it c• i
•irw J»»rf • |
A perfect Remedy forConstipa
lion. Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea.
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness and LOSS OF SLEEP
Facsimile S gnalu'c of
The Centals Company
fctll NEW YORK.
under the Foodiij
Exact Copy of Wrappar
UP r
1 want every (mthoo
who is bilious* cun->ti«
paled or has ally atom*
a* h <>r liver ailment ue
aru>i for a free package
of my Paw-Paw Pi. la.
I want to prove that
they jh itiv« cur* I®.
ur stotn
s Wind,
~e curt
n. To d«
this lam willing to (flve tnu. tt e pacta*
ages. 1 take all the risk. rk id Ly cruggista
for 25 cent* a vial. >or fiec , a < a’ lr
Prof. Munjun,s3rd & Jelfetton St; . Phi>adelohla, Pa.
Don’t Persecute
Your Bowels
Cut out cathartics and purgatives. They are
DrutaL harsh, unnecessary. 1
t andMß IT TLE
'I i y p- q
me ■IV t K
bowel. Ca r I ■ PILLS.
Csnsupatioa, AX
Biliousness, \Jb> l
Sick H*s4- " J
ache as 4 Indigestion, as tndUsns knsw.
Genuine must bear Signature
The Farmer's Son’s
Great Opportunity
Wfir wait for the c.d farm to become
- ■if later tattce B> an<w io
prepare f r yu..r fntnr*
pns;<.-.ty anl indepen
dence. A g’cat < ppur
tun:ty awa.t* you in
or Alberta. »t<r» you
ear secure a I
Rtead or bey .and Bl r*»-
conabiu prices.
Now's the Time
—not a year from now.
when lar.d will be high
er. The pruflta secured
Mbnndaut crops of
Oats aud Barley,
as rattle raising, are
n steady advance in
verr.ru nt returns ebow
nntoiler m settlers
torn Canada from
s. w»« oo per cent
In lUIO than the
i vear.
farmer* have pnld
r land out of th*
* of one crop.
IlmneMeuds of 160
>d pre-emptions of
r# at *3.00 an acre.
■/'Mw • ■ oiinate. <>Kxt s< tiools.
/.* ’ rsreibnt railway facilities,
[ft 1 >w freight rates; w<mml, wa»
,er " nJ lumber easily ob
’ tatned.
.vWvjSv'ai *■ vr F'lf’pb'et “Last Rest Wert."
particulars as to su.tab.e .oiat.cn
'rHl'la IV’I ,ra kiw settlers' rate, app.y to
J JJk'lhW h 'P** Of luun.igraU, r.. Ottawa.
I'\lS Va& -<or totaaad.ao GvVlAgeau
H L 1 J,J Jal * l S • *•
U yWirJUI J ■ Maudus. >r»tr li;.»*urtswt. S. 1
W ry 1 **** wr *'* ,o t'-sagsnt nearest ysa
▲bout the size of your shoes, you can wear a
size smaller by shaking Allen's Foot-Ease, the
BDtlse; tic powder, Into them. Just the thing for
Dancing Part les and for Breaking in New Shoes.
Gives Instant relief tuCornsaud Bunions. Sam
pie Fax*. Address Alien S. Olmsted, Leßoy.N Y.
Brown’s Bronchial Trachea
Me love for a
An old and reliable Congb Remedy. No opiates.
Sample fres Jobs X. Baowa A Son, Boston, Maas.
Petiitstve Salve
PHI nn*nn lJißdtoe»cbftr.gr for farms, mer-
VULUnAUV cfetid.veurt wnpr. perty. Writ*
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W. N. U, SIOUX CITY. NO. 6-1912.
For Infanti and Children.
The Kind You Have
ways Bought
Bears the Zy-\.
Signature /Am
of XajJ’
fi kV* to
n»r Use
v For Over
ate a
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