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Mrs. Joseph Lacollo, 124 Glcnora Arc,
Ottawa, East, Ontario, Canada, writes:
"I suffered with back&cho and head
ache tot over nlno months and nothing
relieved mo until I took l'orunn. This
mcdlclno is by fur better thuu any otlior
modlclno for those troubles. A few bot
tles relieved mo of my miserable, half
dead, half-allvo condition."
Knlcker We can't carry revolvers
Bockor But they didn't take away
the girls' hatpins.
GIVEN UP TO DIE.
Cured By Doan'a Kidney Pills After
Doctors Gave Up Hope.
J. L. Richardson, Red Key, Ind.,
says: "For flvo months I was con
fined to my bed, a helpless Invalid. I
almost went crazy. Twenty-five hours
passed without a pas
sago of the urine.
II Jrufui iiifj The doctors began to
I CwZl Ir al0 tno watcr 'rom
I lifiEfe.r " w,ln a catnetor
I xUjLJa Tney d,d thhjoncea
day for fifty days.
Finally my doctor
told mo my time was
up. Tho next day a
friend tadvlsed me to take Doan's Kid
ney Pills. When I had used five
boxes, I got out of bed and Improved
until entirely well. For five years 1
have not had the slightest trouble."
"When Your Back Is Lame, Ro
member tho Name DOAN'S." EOc. a
box at all stores. Foster-MUburn Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
The Very Worot.
Clement J. Driscoll, at a dinner In
New York, told a number of amusing
stories about his strenuous life as
commissioner of weights and meas
ures last year.
"A friend of mine," said Mr. Dris
coll, "noticed one morning that his
grocer looked very sad. 'What's the
matter, old man?' my friend asked
Jokingly. 'The weights and measures
man hnsn't been dropping in on you,
'"Yes, he has snapped the grocer.
" 'But yoir don't really mean to say.'
exclaimed my friend, 'that he caught
you giving only fifteen ounces to the
"Worse than that!' groaned the
grocer. 'I've been giving seventeen.' "
to his adhesive tailor, "I object to this
"Sir," said the haughty American
boorish dunning. I would have you
know that my great-great grandfather
was one of the early settlers."
"And yet," sighed the anxious
tradesman, "there aro people who be
lieve, in heredity." Argonaut.
And 8o On.
"What is this domestic science?'
quired the engaged girl.
"It consists of making hash out of
tho left-over meat, and croquettes out
of the left-over hash," explained her
more experienced friend.
"What did you loso on that wrest
"About nine-tenths of my respect for
tho human race."
If Your Food Falls to Sustain You,
Ono sort of diet may make a por3on
despondent, depressed and blue and u
chnngo to tho kind of food tho body
demands will change the wholo thing.
A young woman from Phlla. says;
"For several years I kept in a run
down, miserable sort of condition, was
depressed and apprchenslvo of trouble
I lost flesh in a distressing way and
seemed in a perpetual sort of dreamy
nightmare. No ono serious disease
Bhowed, but tho 'all-over' sickness was
"Finally, between tho doctor and fa
ther, I was put on Grape-Nuts and
cream, as it was decided I must have a
nourishing food that tho body could
make use of.
"Tho wonderful change that came
over mo was not, like Jonah's gourd,
the growth of a single night, yet it
came with a rapidity that astonished
"During the first week I gained in
wolght, my spirits Improved, and the
world begun to .look brighter and mora
' "And this has continued steadily, till
now after the use of Grape-Nuts for
only a few weeks, I am perfectly well,
feel splendidly, take a lively interest la
everything, and am a changed person
In every wuy." Name given by Postutu
Co., Battle Creek, Mich.
Read the little book, "The Road to
Wellvllle," in pkgs. "There's a reason."
Ever read the above letter A -
appear tmom ttma to tlaie. . The
are jreaalae, n mil of
Death of Admiral Schley Recalls
Famed for Rescue of Greely Arctic
Expedition and Later Prominent
In Spanish-American War
Now York. Rear Admiral Winflold
Scott Schley, retired, who dropped
dead the other day in this city, wob
fumed for tho rescue of tho Oreoly
arctic expedition and wns tho popu
lar hero of tho famous navul bnttlo
oi Sautlngo, July 3, 1898. Admiral
Schley was born Octobor 9, 1839, near
Frederick City, Md. Ho was tho Bon
of John Thomas Schley, who sorved
In tho navy during tho Mcxlcnn war.
In 1856 Admiral Schley was appointed
to the Naval academy at Annapolis,
and completed his studies thcro in
!l8G0. After his graduation from An
inapolls he rose in the naval world
step by step, winning promotion and
honor by dint of meritorious sorvlc
Although Winflold Scott Schley wat
famed for his bravery in rescuing tho
crew of tho famous arctic expedition
'in 1884, ho come most prominently
jbefore tho world in tho naval en
gagement of Santiago. It was for his
'work on this occasion that ho became
one of the popular naval heroes oi
tho American people. The contro
versy which followed .the battle, re
garding who was the real hero, Samp
son or Schley, was one of the most
regrettable incidents that arose from
the Spanish war. Schley, In his own
humble way, answered the contro
versy most fairly by bis famous com
ment, "There is glory enough lor
It Is an Irony of history that, in
the arguments which arose In lieu
of tho disagreement over tho honors
of Santiago, Schley should have been
charged with cowardice. It waa he
who, in 18G2, in the face of almost
certain death, went out with a small
boat and rescued a bolcagucred ship
from tho fire of the Confederate guns;
it was he who charged first over the
redoubt at Corea and when his com
rade foil dead at his side shot his
Rear (Admiral Schley.
slayer ami' vaulted over the embank
ment, leaving his men to follow him;
it was Admiral Schley who braved
the terrors of the actlc winter and
brought back in safety the explorers
who, entrapped by arctic Ice for more
than six months, nearly died from ex
posure and starvation.
Wlnfleld Scott Schley was known
among naval men as a dashing com
mander before tho war with Spain.
He bad creditably disciplined Chinese
nnd Corean coolies, protected the
American consulate in San Salvador
during a revolution and had bebayed
with gallantry and diplomacy when
American sailors wero assailed by a
mob in Valparaiso. Ho was a typical
naval man, a leader and a strategist,
and he will go down in history as ono
of America's great naval heroes.
In recognition for bis heroism in
roscuing Greely congress rewarded
him with a medal and the citizens of
Maryland presented him with a hand
some gold watch which ho carried
until the day of his death. Presl
flont Arthur also rcwardod Schley
by making him chief of tho bureau
of equipment and recruiting. Ho held
this office until his resignation in
1889. In later years ho was honored
by being placed in command of the
body of John Ericsson, the Inventor
of tho Monitor, with tho commission
to bear it to Sweden for burial. His
last commission was tho Now York,
the flagship of the North Atlantic
squadron. Since his retirement Ad
miral Schley led a quiet life. He had
been nt Lake George all summer and
was on bis way to his borne in Wnsh.
Ington whon ho was stricken.
Cripple Demands a New Leg,
Now York. Andrew Wltzel of Man
basset appeared before tho town board
of North Hempstead and explained
that unless a now wooden leg were
given him he would be compelled to
seek shelter from the superintendent
of the poor. "Had It repaired twice,"
said Wetzel, "and It won't stand more
fixing. Want to work and will work
if I get a leg, but can't get about on
College Bars Ragtime,
Macon, Ra. Ragtime compositions
found In the music room of Wesleyan
collego by Dr. Dlngley Urown, direct
or of the conservatory, wore confis
cated and the edict wns cent forth
that ragtime melodies no longer should
be heard there. A member of tho
factulty lectured the young 'women on
"the debasing and demoralizing ef
fects of ragtime on musical moralu
and harmonic systems."
FOPULAR RO EON
Successful Economy In Baking.
Most housewives assume when they buy
a big can of baking powder at a low pneo
Hint tlicy have been economical, they
Jinvo to a slight extcnt-but when they
U8o tlmt cheap "big can" baking powilor,
ui,d nnd It so uneven In qunllty, or bo .un
reliable that tho bukliiK falls, there Isn't
bo much economy In It after nil, for the
wanted mnterluli far outweigh tho few
contB Bnvcd In tho price.
8UCCKS8KUIj economy. Is In tho reach
of every woman that desires It. Bho lias
only to order Calumet Making I'owder,
nnd use It according to Instructions. 1 hen,
sho will nchlevo economy. Ifor not only
does Calumet sell nt n reasonable price
ISc per pouml-but It Is so ciirofullv made
by experienced chemlstB that failure Is
Impossible. Only tho best materials are
used und tho proportions of tho Ingredi
ents mi-o so exact and so uniform mat
KV12UV baking comes from the oven,
light, sweet, and beautifully raised. Calu
met guarantees you ngnliist fnllurc, ana
that Is what constitutes real economy in
Why 'not use Calumet, a baking powder
thnt you can always rely upon? oii can
get no better nt nnv price, for at tno
World's Pure l'ootl Imposition, Calumet
received tho Highest Award.
He Sho Is so artificial.
She Yes, artificiality seems natural
ALMOST CRAZY WITH ECZEMA
"I, tho undersigned, cannot give
enough praise to the Cutlcuca Rem
edies. I had been doctoring for at
least a year for eczema on my foot. I
had trlod doctor after doctor all to
no avail. When a young girl I sprained
my anklo three different times, paying
little or no attention to it, when five
years ago a small spot showed upon
my left ankle. I was worried and sent
for a doctor. He Bald it was eczema.
vHe drew a small bone from tho ankle
about the slzo of a match and about
an inch long. The small hole grew
to about the size of an apple, and the
eczema spread to the knee. The doe
tors never could heal the nolo In tho
ankle. The whole foot ran water all
"My husband and. my sons were up
night and day wheeling me from one
room to another In the hope of giving
me some relief. I would sit for hours
at a time In front of the fireplace
hoping for daybreak. The pain was
so Intense I was almost crazy, in fact,
I would lose my reason for hours at
a time. One day a friend of mine
dropped In to see me. No more had
sho glanced at my foot than sho ex
claimed: 'Mrs. Finnegan, why in the
world don't you try the Cuticura Rem
edies!' Being disgusted with the doc
tors and their medicines, and not be
ing able to sleep at all, I decided to
glvo tho Cuticura Soap and Cuticura
Ointment a trial. After using them
threo days that night I slept as sound
as a silver dollar for eight long hours.
I awoke in the morning with but very
little pain, in fact, I thought I was
in heaven. After using the Cuticura
Remedies for three monthB I was per
fectly restored to health, thanks to
tho Cuticura Soap and Ointment. I
will be sixty-four years of ago my
next birthday, hale and hearty at pres
ent." (Signed) Mrs. Julia Finnegan,
2234 Hebert St., St. Louis, Mo., Mar.
7, 1911. Although Cuticura Soap and
Ointment' are sold by druggists and
dealers everywhere, a sample of each,
with 32-page book, will be mailed
freet on application to "Cuticura,"
Dopt 12 K, Boston. '
When Friendship Counts.
The doors of the deformed man are
always locked, and tho key is on tho
outside. Ho may have treasures of
charm inside, but thoy will never bo
rovcaled unless tho person outsldo co
operates with him in unlocking tho
door. A friend bocomes, to a 'much
greater degree than with tbo ordinary
man, tho lndlspensablo means of dis
covering one's own personality. Ono
only exists, so to speak, with friends.
It is easy to boo how hopelessly such
a sensitiveness incapacitates a man
for business, professional or social
life, whero the hasty and supertlcial
impression 1b everything, and disas
ter Is ..the fate of the man who has
not all tho treasures of his personal
ity in the front window whero thoy
can be readily Inspected and ap
praised. From the September At
lantic. Australia Likes American Magazines.
American magazlnen are constantly
increasing their popularity In both
Australia and New Zealand.
Gured in One Day
As a rule, a few doses of Munyon's Cold
Remedy will break up any cold and. pre
vent pneumonia, It relieves tho head,
thioat and lunei almost initantly. Price
25 cents at any druggist's, or sent postpaid.
If you need Medical advice write to
Munyon's Doctors. They will carefully
diagnose your cam and glye you advice by
mall, absolutely free.
Address Professor Munyon, 63d aad
Jcfferjon streets, Philadelphia, Pa.
"X S. Tt
WILBUR P. NB5B1T
Potatoes rite till the price glvce pain;
White miRnr conta like the dickens, now;
Wo yearn for steak, and wo yoarn In
And mllkT-Ah, plutocrat with a eowl
Hut let us cheer for tho one bright spot
That glcama tho while like a signal
There's one thing yet that the trusts
Hurrah for the good old two-cent
Hurrah for the good old, flno old two
That will stick to Its Job for ino and youi
Anil In fiplto of drouth or of rain or snow
Coits what It did Just a year ago
Tho two-cent stamp Qlvo It glad acclaim
For Its price Is always Just tho same.
They raise our ront and they ralso caoh
They mako us pay a lot more for
The shlrta and things that go on our
Now cost so much they give us the
nut this old friend Is the ono best bet;
Wo buy It and have no sender's cramp
Tho rest Increase; It's the samo prlca
Hurrah for the good old two-cent atnmpt
iHurrah for the fine old, good old two
That wo buy today ae wo usod to dot
tit's the only thing In our native land
That haa not gone up lit to beat the band.
So cheer, boys, cheer: let us roar aad
Hurrah for the good old two-cent stampt
TO THE LETTER.
"Take that dog off the Btreet, or I'll
run you In," ordered the conscien
"But why?" asked the man with the
dog. "He has a license on.'
"That's all right as far ob it goes,
but that's n Spitz dog, and we have
strict orders to enforce the anti-expectoration
At Home Again.
Bho's home again from foreign climes.
And from Its nook sho'U draw
Her guidebook., and sho'U read betimes
To aee Just what aho saw.
A Puzzle Indeed.
The fair young girl who was to be
como a bride on tho morrow, sat in
her boudoir, meditating seriously.
"Shall I marry Henry," she mused,
"or shall I shoot him? All tbo girls
who shoot their lovers get such love
ly write-ups in the papers."
But she decided that her trousseau
might bo described In a bungling man
ner by the reporters at tho trial, so
sho' concluded to be married.
Going Too Far.
"This reckless speculation must be
'stopped," said the earnest citizen to
the trust magnate.
"Indeed, it must," ngrood the laUor.
'"Indeed, it roust Why, yesterday
two or threo fellows who aro not In
our crowd at all made several thou
sand dollars by taking flyers. That
sort of thing won't do." ,
"My misguided friend," said the
earnest reformer who bad strolled Into
the roof garden, "why do you drink
that beer, when you could have cool,
healthful lemonade?" .
"Because," said the misguided
friend, aa he beckoned to a waiter,
"because the lemonade is 15 cents a
glass in this place."
"My dear young friend," said the
well-intentioned gentleman, "do you
never pauso and reflect upon what the
future may hold for youT"
"Not exactly," said the dear young
friend. "What I pussle over the most
Is what the future will let go of for
"'' ""'t i H f "f tij";Vt "V -i7i ye'-i" "y
, And No Strong-Arm Squad.
Tho (JioekB wore piling Into the
Wooden Horse outBlilo tho walls of
"Wo might bo called tho first car
rowdies," they cried facetiously.
Sometimes a girl gots confidential
nnd tells a man that n lot of other
men hnvo tried to kiss her, but he Is
tho only ono who succeeded.
The spoko of tho wlicol which creak
cth most, doth not hear the greatest
burden In tbo cart. Thomas Fuller.
kipmini -ntirn rPMT
AVegefdblc Preparation for As
simitflting ihe Food nnd Regula
ting the Stomachs and Dowels or
-1 - is e t
Opium .Morphine nor Mineral
A perfect Remedy rorConsllpa
lion , Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
ncss and LOSS OF SLEEP.
F Simile Signature of
The Centaur Company.
Guaranteed under the Foodaaj)
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
"We have a very fine' course In phar
macy," says the president oftbe col
lege to the father of the student who
"I'm glad to bear that. My boy ex
pects to become a druggist."
"Well, we give special lectures on
,soap, BtampB, cigars, perfumery, soda
water, candy, city directories, tele
phone books and stationery." Life.
Association of Ideas.
"You have a great many files and
mosquitoes," said the rather super
"Yep," replied Farmer Gorntossel.
"I didn't like to mention it, but I've
noticed every year that flies, mos
quitoes1 and summer boarders all ap
pears to be on hand at tho samo
SPOIIN'8 DISTEMPKIt CURE will
euro any iioiiiblc cube nf D1STKMPKM,
1'INK EYE, and the liko among hones
of all agcx, nnd prevents all others in the
samo stable from having tho dicasc. Alio
cures chicken cholcru, and l9B ditcnipcr.
Any pood druggint can supply you, or send
10 hum. ou cenin unu ai.wi a uuiiic. jigi-ma
wanted. Free Irook. Spolin Medical Co.,
Spec. Contagious Discaiei, Gonhcn, Ind,
It Is quite posslblo for a man to
bo hot-headed and still get cold feet.
TiCwis' Single Hinder straight So cigar.
You pay 10c tor cigar not so good.
All the world's a stnge, and all the
men and women are merely kickers.
i.n n:.i;i:::t;j- .i.i .: . : :i): i . m i; :
If You Have a Sickly
Youngster Try This Freo
Tho family with younjr children that Is
Without sickness In the house now and
then Is rare, and so It Is Important that
the head of tho house should know what
to do In tho llttlo emergencies that urine,
A child with n serious Ailment needs a
doctor. It Is true, but In the majority of
Instances, as any doctor knows, the child
sutlers from nomo Intestinal trouulo,
usually constipation. t
There Is no bciibo In Klvlnp It a pill or
a remedy containing an oplato, nor Is
flushing of the bowels to be ulways rec
ommended. Rather give It a small doso
of n mild, gcntlo laxutlvc, tonic like Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup I'epsln, which, by clean
W. L. DOUGLAS
'2.50, 3.00j '3.60 &fiOO SHOES
Mm sjmI Worn wear WXJouglas shoes
bacaaia thay ara Ik bast skoea produced ia
Ikia country for the srice. Insist unon hav
MgUMu laateaeeuMraM .
THE STANDARD OF QUALITY
FOR OVER 30 YEARS
The sBMunnce that goes with an estab
Kehed reputation it your assurance in buying
W. L. Douglas shoe.
If I could take you into my large factories
m orocktoBr Mats., and show you how
carey y.LDougJas shoes are made, you
would then understand why they are war
ranted to hold their shape, fit better and
wear longer than any other rnakeforthepnee
CAUTION Th have W. . Doaglaa
wHy mm- Mma aad arlea stassaaa oa kottosa
ur you eannot obtain W. X Douglas shoes
jour town. rite rnr catalog. Shoes sent
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aruvwauaat aav aparat as arecss,
k,, (fjjj tvi j
So cornbincs the great cura
tive principles of Roots, Darks
and Herbs as to raise them
to their highest efficiency;
hence its uncqualed cures.
(let It today In usual liquid form or
chocolated tablets called Saraatobs.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Bears the Ay A9
Signature Am '
x of AajJ
1 m 1 .(
Why Rent a Farm
sat eoiapaUad to pay to your landlord meat
m anur fcard-aarnaii araBti? Own your own
I arm. cur cm nnniniu in
Manitoba, aatfcaicntwan or
land la one ofthtM
districts, ana l Man a
SrotH of 910.00
Land purefcaatd I
yaara aeo at BiOM aa
aera haa reeantly
changed handt at
a&oo an aera. The
crop grown on these
landa warrant the
advance. Yoa ean .
farming and grain growing In
the neaylaces el MaaUofca.
Saabttchawaa aad Alberta.
free ao eataaa aad are;
iBtloa areas, as wan aa lane
held by railway and land corn-
will aravlaa haee
imiaaie aou. aeanaiai
climate. apUaele acboola
ad chBHB.soo rail-era
For aattlersr. rates, decrlpQ.Y
literature--Last BMt Writ," bow
to roach the country and other par
ticulars, writs to Bnp't of lnit-
Canadian Uovemmenl Ascot,
ration, inw. n.ur iu
W. V. ICNNETT
Plsase write to lbs asset asarsrt yoa
CIiaaiM sod b ninsf th .hair.
l-mnotM a lanin.nl fnmtA.
TH.lr toita Youtbrul-Tolor.
Cuim mlp dlMUM ir Ii.fr iaJUaa.
ing out tho bowels and strengthening the
little stomach muscles, will Immediately
correct the trouble
This la not ulono our opinion but that
of Mrs. N. IT. Mead of Frooport, Kane.,
whoso granddaughtor has been taking It
successfully nnd of Mrs. J. R. Whiting
of I.cnh, Wis,, who gives it to her chil
dren and taken It herself. It Is sold In
tlfty cent and one dollar bottles at every
drug store, but If you want to test It In
your family before you buy It send your
mldrcss to Dr. Caldwell nnd ho will for
wnrd a supply freo of charge.
For the freo sample address Dr. W. B.
Caldwolt, 01 Caldwell building, Monti
In ONE fATlt oTnyBOYN
dlreet S.AOHHOKH m positively outwear
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