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To one pint of raised bread dougb
add one cup of granulated sugar, one
half cup of soft butter, one beaten egg.
one-half cup of milk and one-half level j
teaspoon of soda. When well mixed.'
add enough sifted flour to make of the
consistency of bread dough and so
pi hat It can be kneaded well. Covet
and let rise in a warm place until
jrery light.. Then work in three-quarters
cup of currants and a half tea
poonful of lemon extract. Make small
buns not larger than an egg and set
closely in a buttered pan. Let rise
,Tery light and bake. Brush the tops
with sugar and water when taken
from the oven.
FIDO DULY WARNED.
A little girl In a California public
school complained to her teacher that
a Mexican boy had struck her. The
teacher took Joe. the only Mexican
boy in the school, sharply to task for
the offense, but the boy denied It.
"Mary." said the teacher, "Joe saya
he didn't atria you."
"Oh. no." said Mary, "twan't Joe:
twin that t other boy over there." and
she pointed to the blackest of negro
boys In the school.
"But, Mary, that boy isn't a Mexi
can," said the teacher.
"Well, anyhow," said Mary, "he's
very much tanned."
Look here, Fido, if you can't be a
better horse than this I shall have to
discharge you an' get an automobile!"
And It Was Overruled.
Judge Hoar and Gen. Butler were
opponents in a case of a new trial. Gen.
Butler quoted: "Eye for eye, skin for
skin, tooth for tooth, yea, all that a
man hath, will be give for his life." To
which Judge Hoar replied: "Tes, the
devil quoted that once before in a mo
tion for a new trial."
A Bad Break.
"That was a bad break Dr. Green
"What was It?"
"He advised our traveling man to
give up work for a while and travel
for his health." Detroit Free Press.
Took It Personally.
An author engaged a young lady
typewriter to take down his new novel
from dictation. At the passage: "Oh!
my adorable angel, accept the confes
sion from my lips that I cannot exist
without you! Make me happy; come
and share my lot and be mine until
death do us part!" his fair secretary
paused and ingenuously inquired: "Is
that to go down with the rest?"
Breaking the News Gently.
A good example of the extremely
courteous in public correspondence
was the notice sent to Charles James
Fox that he was no longer a member
of the government of George the Third.
It read thus: "His gracious majesty
has been pleased to issue a new com
mission. In which your name does not
How Could He Tellf '
Hirnm Was yer house damaged by
that there cyclone?
Ike Dur.no I hain't found It yit
Red, Weak, Weary, Watery Eyea
Reneved by Murine Eye Remedy. Com
pounded by RxperienceU Physicians. Con
forms to Pure Food and Drug Laws. Mu
rine Doesn't Smart; Soothes Bye Pain.
Try Murine In Your Eyes. At Druggists.
Nine men out of & possible ten wear
a sad look after they have been mar
ried a year.
PIUS Ci RED IN TO 14 DATS.
PAZO OlKTMKNTIsKuarantord rare in cam
tt lirfeine, liilnd. BIvhkIidic or Prouuduig 1'ile la
toMaarsoreioBay refunded. AOs.
The professional tramp never punc
tures his tire.
r Allen's Foot-Fas
Csrsstlroa.achtiie, sweating feet. -Sv. Trial package
tree. a. &. otiulnl. LKoj. N. T. - -
It Is what It Is "cracked up to be," If
It is Ice.
He who is false to duty breaks a
thread In the loom, and will find the
flaw when he may have forgotten the
cause. H. Ward Beecher.
A nessimist needs Garfield Tea. the Herb
laxative which regulates the liver, corrects
constipation and brings good health ana
Women would have no use for mir
rors that would enable them to see
themselves as others see them.
ONLY 0H "BRO0 QriMXE."
Ttel Is LAIAT1VK IS HOMO OULNIN'K. Look tra
the signature of K. W. UUUVIi. Used tits WorJtl
The faces of some men look like
accidents and some others look like
Italy will soon get accustomed to
Its shakes, like an Arkansas "bottom
A man's idea of values depends on
whether he wants to buy or sell.
Mrs. Window's Soothing- Srrap.
For children teeisln. softens tbe gums, reduces n
SnT" -"-J p-i",-"- -h uu- 25c bottle
A good sermon is often spoiled by a
from woman's ailments are invited to write to the names and
addresses here given, for positive proof that lydia E. Hnkham's
cgeutuie vxuopouna aoes cure lemaie ius.
Clucsee, HI. Mrs. Alton Sparling, U Xang-
Kindle?, I ml.-Mm. May Fry.
Kinsley, nians. Mrs. Stella Gilford Beoman.
Sent. X. Y. Mrs. S. J. Barber.
Coran-KlrriUa, N.Y. Mr. Wm. Booshtoa.
aUlwaukea.Wia.sUia, uuua lsus. 633 14
Chaaea of T.lfe.
Boots Bend. lml.-NUs. Fral Cartia. 1014 S.
Koah, Ksoiscky. Mrs. TJrrio Holland.
Btvwkdetd. M.x llr. Sarah looiignont, SOT
8. Market St.
Pateraoa. NJ. Mrs. Wia. Sornsrrillo, 100
Pklladelpiua. Pa. Mrs. K. E. Garrett, Hal
North Garnet Streak.
, WlMUn. Carl Danlke.
Kw Mrs. itosrlra Cote. It
Indiaaapolia, lad. Mis. A. P. Anderson, 1307
B. Pratt Street.
Bie Ran, Pa. Mrs. W. K. Pooler.
Amur Station. CMrs. Anton Moelhanpt.
tuKimiul, OhfcxwMn. K. H. Maddoclu. xUS
Mocadore. Ohio. Mrs. Lee Maacas, Boa 131.
DewittTtlle. X.Y. -Mrs. A. A. Mile.
doanton,X.Y. MraHumer K. Seaman, tOS
B. Mala Street.
Bartonrm, 111. 'Mrs. Petar T e"K"-
Batapatead. Md. Mrs. Jos. H. UandT.
' Adrian, Oa. Lena V. Honrv, Route So. a.
ladisnsnnlis, lnd. llBliia V. Pipor, 2 South
Lontsrillo, Ky. Mrs, SamlM,3S3S Fonrth St.
boats Watt Harbor, Maine. Mrs. Lillian
Hobbina, Mb Desert Light Station.
Detroit, Mich. Mrs. Frieda Rnsssau, H
Maklnua Arenas, Oursa. ,
v- Ornate Dlsplaf e mant s.
Moster. Ills. Mr. M-irr Ball.
Ijgonier, lad. Mrs. KlimaWaod.B.F.D.Kn.4.
UalhaanM! Iowa. Mrs. Clara Watanuaua.'
It. F. IX No. L
Banuuoem, Kr. Mrs. Joseph Hall.
Lewiston. Maine. Mrs. Kaary Cfcratlsr, 66
alinnespolis, Minn. Mis. Joan GL Moldan,
XI 16 Second Street, X.
8mrock, Mo. J otis Ham, B.T.S. Xo. 1;
Marltoa, Ji J. Mrs. Geo. Jotdy, Route No. 3,
Caestar. Ark. Mrs. Ell Wood.
Oeillx Ga. Mrs. T. A. Cribo.
Pendleton, ln.1. Mrs. Mat Msnhan.B.TL4t.
tuaorttige, eo- Jlra. xteiue Atoaiander.
Owhen, Alaj Mrs-W. T. lialtou. HonteKo. S.
Cnieago. 111. Mrs Wm. Tully. 46S Ogden At.
Paw Paw, Mien. Mrs. uima Uraper.
Flushing, Mich. Mrs. Burt Loyd, B. F. D.
Ko. 3 ; care of J. A. Sanborn.
CoffeeTilie. Mi5s. Mrs. S. J. Jcnes.
Cincinnati, Ohio. Mrs. flora Ahr, 13G2 Ernst
ClsTelaud, Ohio Miss lizzie Stoiger, IC10
Fleet ATenue, S.K.
TVcslcTTille, PaMrs. SIsggieEster,RF.D.l.
llversbarg.Toiin Mrs. i.uo ItiUiard, ilLL.
UajaelU, Vs.-Mrs. Mayiue Vr'uaUa.
Herrin, Til. Mrs. Chas. FolkeL
Winchceter, lad. Mrs. May Deal.
IVrer. Ind. Mrs. Wm. Oberloh. R. F. T. So. I.
Baltimore, Md. Mia. W. S. Ford, 1SS3 Lans-
dowae Street. ,
Bosbarr.Mmm. Mrs. Francis MerklnJ Field
Clarksdale. Mo. Miss Anna Wallace. -GuTSTille,
Uuio. Mrs. Klla Michael, R.F.HJL
Dayton. Ohio. Mrs. Ida Hale, Box 25, Kt-
tioaal Mih'tarT Homo.
Lebanon, Pa. Mrs. Harry L. BitUe, S33 Leh
Prices, Tenn. Minnie ValL
lstroit,Mich. Mrs. Louise Jung,332Chestnni
Vlncennes, Ind. Mrs. SyL B. Jerauld, EOS N.
Gardiner, Maine. Mrs. S. A. Williams, B. F.
1. No. U; Box 59.
Philadelphia, Pa. Mrs. Clias. Boell, 3S07 K.
Wlllimantic, Conn. Mrs. Ctta Uonovan, Box
Woodside, Tdnho. Mr. Barbel .Tohnson.
Bockland, Maine. Mrs. Will Youug, 6 Col
Scottville. Mich. Mrs. J.G. Johnson. B.FJ.S.
iMTton, Ohio. Mis. F. K. Smith, 431 Elm Sti
Erie, Pa. Mrs. J. P. Endlich. K. F. 1. No. 7.
Beaver Falls, Pa. Mrs. W. P. Boyd. 2109
FatrchanA, Pa. Mrs. L A. Tmnham. Box ISi "
Fort H unter. Pa. Mrs. Marr Jane Shatto.
East Earl. Pa. Mrs.Ansustus Lyon, BJ J. z,
Yienua, W. Vs. Mrs, Kmtua Wbeaton. :
Xerrons Pruet ration.
Oeonogu, Mo. Sirs. Mas AicKnight. - '
Camden, 3S..J. Mrs. TUlie Waters, 451 Liber
Joseph, Oregon. Mrs. Alice Hoffman.
Phil:idelphia, Pa. Mrs. John Johnston, 210
Christiana, Tenn. Mrs. Mary Wood, H. F. D.
Peeos. Texas. Mrs. Ada Young Egleston.
umunnuo, V t. JArs. CU. JSarclay, KJfJt.
These women are only a' few of thousand. of livinsr wirnpssM of
the power of Irdia E. Hnkham's Vegetable Compound to cure female
diseases. Xot one of these women ever received compensation in any
form for the use of their names in this advertisement but are will
ing that we should refer to them because of the good thev may
do other suffering women to prove that Lydia E. Phikham's
Vegetable Compound is a reliable and honest medicine, and that the
statements made in our advertisements regarding its merit are the
truth and nothing but the truth.
SPECIAL KANSAS SESSION
NO APPROPRIATION WAS MADE
FOR NORMAL SCHOOLS. .
A Blunder by Enrolling Clerks Makes
. the Law as Passed
Topeka, Kansas. A special session
ol the legislature may be required to
prevent the Kansas State Normal
school from closing. It has been dis
covered that the enrolling clerks of
the senate had made a mistake which
may invalidate the entire appropri
ation for the normal school and its
branches in Pittsburg and Fort Hays.
The senate passed a bill making the
appropriations for the schools. When
it got to the house the appropriations
for the Pittsburg ' Manual Training
school were cut down $30,000. The!
the bill went to a conference and a
compromise was reached whereby
$18,000 more was given to the Pitts
burg school than the house had pre
viously voted, and $13,000 less than
the senate had appropriated.
But the enrolling clerks made a mis
take and sent the bill, as sent by the
house, and not thev conference report,
to the printer. In this way the house
bill was signed by the governor, but
it had only passed the house and had
not passed the senate in that form.
The conference report was passed by
both houses, but was not enrolled.
' The governor cannot now sign the
conference report on the bill and
make it become a law. The bill he
already has signed cannot become a
law because it never passed both
houses. The conference report can
not become a law, because it was not
submitted to the governor to sign in
the time limit. The matter has the
state officials worried now. Confer
ences are being held about it, but no
decision has been reached.
Sees a War Cloud Again.
Berlin, Germany. The Lokal Anzie
ger's .Vienna correspondent gives an
extremely pessimistic view of the
Balkan situation. Quoting an un
named official, he states that all the
efforts of the powers to mediate have
proved fruitless. The present situa
tion, he declares, cannot last longer
than a few days. Servia must give
unequivocal guarantees by the end of
the month of her peaceful intentions
or otherwise only a miracle can avert
war. A despatch from Vienna to the
Tagerblatt is similar in tone.
A Veteran Blacksmith.
Independence, Missouri. J. G. Mc
Curdy, a resident of Independence
61 years, celebrated his 91st birthday
anniversary Saturday by working as
usual in his blacksmith shop on North
Main street. Mr. McCurdy is one of
tbe last of the men who, at the time of
the Santa Fe trail, wrought by hand
in Independence, turning out all kinds
of iron work needed by emigrants. Al
though his health has been feeble sev
eral years he has steadfastly refused
to retire form business, but goes every
day to his shop.
Paris Strike Collapsed.
Paris, France. The great strike of
the employes of the post office depart
ment, which has practically isolated
Paris and cut France off from com
munication with the outside world for
the-past week, collapsed Sunday. The
strike committee decided to call off
the employes and make the first move
to effect a settlement, virtually suing
for peace. The government met the
committee half way.
Death in Burning Leaves.
Springfield, Missouri. While burn
ing leaves in her yard here, Mrs.
'Agnes Roach, 29 years old, . suffered
burns which resulted in her death.
A three-year-old child of Mrs. Roach
discovered that its mother's clothes
were afire. As she ran toward her
home a passerby caught her and tore
off her dress. Mrs. Roach's legs were
terribly burned. She leaves a widow
er and three children.
This Country Importing Potatoes.
Philadelphia, Pa. Sixty thousand
bushels of foreign potatoes, the
largest consignment ever brought to
Philadelphia, were landed Sunday by
the steamship Buenos Ayres from
Glasgaw and Liverpool. They came
from England, Ireland and Scotland
and the shipment was made possible
by reason of the moderate crop and
high prices in the United States."
Introduced 495 Bills.
Washington, D. C. Monday was
the first day in the senate of the in
troduction of bills to. be considered
by the present congress. There was
introduced 495 bills and four Joint
resolutions. . ,' -
No Commission for Them. :
Arkansas City, 'Kansas. By a ma
jority of 133 out cf a total vote
cf 447. Arkansas City Friday decided
not to adopt the commission form of
j,fHav xamined 703 Talesmen.
San Francisco, CaL There was
no addition Tuesday to the roil of
jurors in the trial of Patrick Calhoun.
When the hour of adjournment ar
rived, the attorneys were directing
their inquiries to fhe seven hundredth
talesmen examined thus far.
Reward for Kidnapers.
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Gov.
Stuart Tuesday night issued a procla
mation offering a reward of $15,000
for the arrest and conviction of the
kidnapers of Willie Whitla.
One of the Important Duties of Physicians and K;
lire vy eu-miormea 01 me wona
is to learn as to the relative standing and reliability of the leading manufactur
ers of medicinal agents, as the most eminent physicians are the most careful as to
the uniform quality and perfect purity of remedies prescribed by them, and it is well
known to physicians and the Well-informed generally that the California Fig Syrup
Co., by reason of its correct methods and perfect equipment and the ethical character of
its' product,has attained to the high standing in scientific and commercial circles which
is accorded to successful and reliable houses only, and, therefore, that the name of the
Company h'as become a guarantee of the excellence of its remedy.
TRUTH AND QUALITY
appeal to the Well-Informed in every walk of life and are essential to permanent suc
cess and creditable standing, therefore we wish to call the attention of all who would
enjoy good health, with its blessings, to the fact that it involves the question of right
living with all the term implies. With proper knowledge of what is best each hoar
of recreation, of enjoyment, of contemplation and of effort may be made to contribute
to that end and the use of medicines dispensed with generally to great advantage, bat
as in many instances a simple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable if taken at the
proper time, the California Fig Syrup Co. feels that it is alike important to present
truthfully the subject and to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which has won
the appoval of physicians and the world-wide acceptance of the Well-Informed,becatise
of the excellence of the combination, known to all, and the original method of manufac
ture, which is known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only.
This valuable remedy has been long and favorably known under the name of
Syrup of Figs and has attained to world-wide acceptance as the most excellent of
family laxatives, and as its pure laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are well
known to physicians and the Well-informed of the world to be the best of natural
t laxatives, we have adopted the more elaborate name of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of
Senna as more fully descriptive of the remedy, but doubtless it will always be
called for by the shorter name of Syrup of Figs and to get its beneficial effects always
note, when purchasing, the full name of the Company California Fig Syrnp Co.
plainly printed on the front of every package, whether you simply call for Syrnp of
Figs or by the full name Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna as Syrup of Figs and
Elixir of Senna is the one laxative remedy manufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. and the same heretofore known by the name Syrup of Figs which has given
satisfaction to millions. The genuine is for sale by all leading druggists throughout
the United States, in original packages of one size only, the regular price f which
is fifty cents per bottle.
Every bottle is sold under the general guarantee of the Company, filed with the
Secretary of Agriculture, at Washington, D. C, that the remedy is not adulterated or
misbranded within the meaning of the Food and Drugs Act, June 30th, 1906.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
San Francisco, Cal.
U S. A.
New York, N. Y.
PLEASANT FOR DAUBER.
' Sign Painter (to Dauber, A. N. A.)
Hello, bo! It's great to meet up wid
one of de perfesh oat here in de
Other Men's Wives.
"What a pretty party this is," she
said, as she looked around the beauti
ful room at the pretty women sitting
on the long divans against the wall.
"And these are your wives? Aren't
'they sweet? Isn't It lovely T"
"Yes" he admitted, "but you ought
to have been at our party last month
when we had a lot of other fellows
wives. It was a whole lot lovelier." .
Thousands of country people know that
in time of sudden mishap or accident
Hamlins Wizard Oil is the best substi
tute for the family doctor. That is why
it is so often found upon the shelf.
"That new play ought to have
panned out welL"
"Because It had all fresh roles." '
"Brown's Bronchial Troches" give relief
In Bronchial and Lung Troubles. A sim
ple remedy. 25 cents a box. Samples sent
tree by John I- Brown &Son, Boston, Mass.
Adversity is a searching test of
friendship, dividing the sheep from the
goats with unerring accuracy; and this
is a good service. John Watson, D. D.
Positively cored by
these Little Pills.
They also relieve IHs
tress from Iyspepi In
digestion and Too HT rty
Eating. A perfecUftpm-
edjr -for IMzzincsB. Naif
sea, Drowsineas, Bad
Taste i n tbe Month, Coat
ed Tongue, Pain in tbe
Side. TORPID LIVER.
They regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
Genuine Must Bear
in the purchase of
It is an absolute
guarantee of pur
ity ami Quality.
For your own
that it is on die side cf
every keg of white lead
UTMUL IEH CMMTf
This world could profitably try a lit?
tie cement it its treaties.
Ko man will become a drunkard If
he knows how to make a home run.
ONION SEED '.'
5533 Per Salzers catalog pace 129- KvhZZ
Largest growers of onion and tret able
seeds in tbe world. Bie cat aloe free : or,
send I6c in stamps and receive catalog and
1000 kernels eacb of onions, carrots, celery,
radishes. 1500 eacb lettuce, rutabaga, tor
nips, 100 parsley, 100 tomatoes. 100 melons,
1200 charming flower seeds, in all kmo
kernels, easily worth 91-00 of any mai.s
money. Or. send 20c and we will add one
pkg. of Earliest Peep O'Day Sweet Corn.
SAL2ER SEED CO.. BoxW, La Crosse, Wis,
W. N. U, LINCOLN, NO. 13, 1909.
320 Acres YES
WILL MAKE YOU RICH
Fifty baskets par
acre Un freest
H in any otber part of
toe comment. Unter
Ee retrolatxoaB im
possuxetosecarea bosrjestead of lev
free, and additional ISO acres at $3 per i
"Tbe development of the iWBll P MS SHI
marwiocts stride, ft is a rereiatMaw a
ordofemqacabr settlement tlaat t ri iwmm
Bator, vho tnxtcd Cautia m Aafaii LmiL.
Tbe grain crop of J903 wSI set tcany
fanners 30M to $25 JX) per acre. Grate
raising, raised arming and dasysss; asa
the principal industries. Climate is eaceW
lent; social conditions) tbe beat; railway ad
vantages unequalled; schools, eborefcea and
markets close at band. Lax
purchased from railway and land com;
For "Las Best West" pamahlet
information as to bow to secafe le
war rates, apply to Soperiateoaesnt
grratioD, cmawa, limiii. or t
Canadian Government Afent:
a". T. it SSI 1 1.
IP 0 0,
"I have, suffered with piles for thirty
six years. One year ago last April I be
gan taking Cascarets for constiiiauosv Is
the coarse of s week I not iced fbcpihis
began to disappear and t the end of six
weeks they did not trouble sne at all.
Cascarets haTC done woodrs fas Bsc. I
am entirelr cored and feel like
George jLryaa, Winoseon, O.
Pleaasnt. Palatable. Peers. Tarn
10c.2Sc.S0is. NmMUaMk. TMna
ame tablet stamped CCC waasaaassdf
Cars or your mossy hers. sa
snakes laundry wortt a piaaraim. M as. fats, sa
I) 1st A TISP lt:i? VaaanOTLa-MIilM
SIU RE9 UM TOO W.I Cor csea. m
MIXES InreeTTICaTIOS COl,
U. 8,Tat. Offica.
Ask for .He
bearing this trade
mark. Don ' t lb e
misled by imitations
The genuine sold everywhere
PUTNAM FADELESS HDYES
Cotat awte esses btiahlsr sad fatter cotofs than anr ?1her dra. One 10c ascksoe colore sB Satn. Tkst Ctem eoMaaj
ill sanaenf aithwt ridpun apart. Write Isr ires booklet Sen- to Die, Biesctaasd MrxCeien. MOMXQE DRUB OO..
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