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15 a do you coddle Corns? Why soak them and pare them? It brings only brief relief. Blue-jay will stop the pain instantly. It will end the corn completely, and in 48 hours. It is doing that to a million corns a month. The chemist who invented Blue jay solved the whole corn problem. Apply it, and the corn is for gotten. It will never pain again. Gently the Blue-jay then loosens the corn, and in two days the corn comes out. No pain, no soreness, no annoy ance. And that corn will never need treatment again. Old-time methods will not do this. Let no one claim they will. But Blue -jay does It, and has done it for sixty million corns. Prove this to-night. Blue -jay For Corns 15 and 25 cents at Druggists Bauer & Black, Chicago and New York Makers of Physicians' Supplies We Will Take Your First Crop In rr.ill Pcvmnnt- 4V... Ur. I J mm m u a. Maaawb aw a4 a a Regardleit of the eize or value of the crop and without any caah payment to ue on your part whataoever. We bare confidence In our land. We will lire a pettier 10 acres and take nil first crop of watermelons In Cull payment. We guarantee that the crop can tw raised within IH months and the total expenses of clear Inc fencing, plowing, planting, cultivation, picking and hanllng will not exceed 130 per acre. We take only the Jlr$t crop. The settler can then plant his grapefruit grove and while the trees are growing he can raise beans, tomatoes, cabbages and other track, besides bay. oata and other staple crops. This Is the great proven district for grapefruit and oranges; the largest citrus grove In Ho rid a POO acres, the best packing bouses, almost one million boxes of fruit shipped lait season. In one grove here a single acre yielded 1100 boxes, while another grove has yielded over 1000 per acre continuously for 10 years. Oar lands He on either side of two railroads and three hard roads, with 19 stations, Including six towns, they are btgh rolling, well drained, with clay subaoll, beautiful clear water lakes and elegant homes. Trices, In small tracts, 135 per acre and up, on six years' time. Thts Is a settled country where crops and climate have been demonstrated and where the people are prosperous. Hard roads and established market ti cash buyers here one day last season. Come and see for yourself, or send for map and full particulars. Lake County Land Owners' Association Fruit land Park. Florida Box 19 Oimrr. not agent It, It. fare refunded to buyer tlilfi AH CI fin OoldplecllMaMlnt. to for 31UU.UU IOr $1.UU wopiece 1854 . mint. We pay highest cash prices for all rare money to IVOfl. Manr of frat valu In rfreuUUon. Gtl poatd. tint Ump for urt UajtrtUd Coin Circular, Ittnajmtaui muentoyou. The NUMISMATIC Baa el Taiaa, Dpt 2, fU Wsrth, Teaas nATHMTC That Protect and Pay P A 1 LiN 1 3 Send Sketch or Model foe Search. BOOKS. ADVICE and SEARCHES FREE Wsbea E, Colcmaa. litcnt Lawyer, WailiBitoi, D, C. LOTS OF FUN FOR A DIME VENTIULOUUIBT THROAT, Imitates birds and animals. False Mustache and kXaxa Diamond King, all 3 for 10 cents. 'Boston Wovslty, Dept. 9, Mslroae, Mass, stained with tobacco Juice, "I guess I'll have to objoc'." I asked him what he had against the bill. Ho shifted from one foot to tho other, mumbling, but never lifting his eyes abovo my waist. "You, young feller, ain't doln' nothln' fer nobody without somcthln' In It fer you, and I ain't seen nothln' come my way." I was startled at first, as I believed Simpson knew of my connection with White, but I had one of those sudden Inspirations that makes one believe tho devil always looks out for his own. I pretended to bo very indig nant and threatened to report what ho had said to the Speaker, and then I put it to him boldly: "How much do you want?" "I reckon fifty dollars ain't none too much." Fifty dollars ! I could have screamed. Fifty dollars, and White would have paid him a year's salary If necessary. It was tho biggest joko of tho season. I gave him tho money then and there, fixed It with tho Speaker, and In less than an hour I was able to tel ephone White that tho bill had passed the House, It had already passed the Senate; and a few days later the President signed It In entire Igno rance of its importance, which is a fair sample of the way things are fre quently done In Washington. When I told White how I had dealt with Simpson he was so pleased that ho offered me a regular salary of $7,000" a year If I would "represent him in certain Legislative matters," as he suavely put it. I accepted. I had become a professional Wash ington lobbyist. (To be continued.) One White Chip CECRETARY LANE is the only ,J member of the Cabinet who halls from the Pacific Coast. "Our Forty-niners were probably tho greatest poker players In the history of the game," asserts the Secretary of tho Interior. "They played for anything and everything; and amateurs were just as unpop ular as pikers. "I remember, as a youngster, watching a little-four-handed game in an Oakland hotel. Tho players were nil experts of tho first order. Pres ently, along camo a Yankee commer cial agent who waB finding It hard to kill time. The layout looked good to him and he asked if ho might bo allowed to take a hand. "It was a public place, so the Call fornlans could not very well refuse, though their contempt for tho game put up by any tenderfoot Easterner was marked. One of the crowd turned and looked tho traveling man over. '"Any ono who sits In this hero game,' he said politely, 'had best know that there ain't no limit.' "Tho Easterner protested that that didn't fcase him, and fearing that his ability to make good financially was in question, he laid a one-hundred-dollar bill on tho table. "Tho other picked up tho bill, looked at it critically and handed It to the banker. "'Jim,'" ho drawled, '"let this stranger have one white chip.'" THE MATE CALL By RENA CARY SHEFFIELD Above the pulsing city And the clamor of the mart, I hear the mate note of your voice As heart calls back to heart. The white light of the city night Burns down to flaming blue. As my gypsy soul sends answer To the nomad soul of you. hear you calling, calling. And the world is mine today. Though love may make me beggared, I'll give my all away To wander like a minstrel The changing seasons through. My vagrant spirit following The nomad soul of you. aLaaBBBBBaaieaBBBaBBBBaBa aBBBBBBBWF U aBBBBaV aaBBBBvll 'SaaBr Ht V ft ilr 'LaaaaaaW'F aBaK Cvplrrlcht, 1912, br the Abbott a. 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