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PREVENTING PAINT TROUBLES.
It's eas-$nough- tBi. recognise Ota.
symptoms "of poor paint, after it has
teen oa awhile after its inherent
tendency to'cwkaaA peel iad scale
and blister, eta. has developed into
trouble. Ton know, these paint- o1b
eascs" usually indicate adulteration
or substitution in the paint materials.
And you know the only remedy is re
painting. A little knowledge, of paint and
jaintiCvreqnireniets, ,and bow to
made .'sure of thej-mrity and quality
of materials, wonli' prevent all tron
Me, and -save the big extra expense of
re-painting; Just, as a proper knowl
dge of simple health-laws, and ob
servance of them, prevents sickness.
A complete painting guide, includ
ing a book of color schemes, specifi
cations for all Irindrof painting work,
and an instalment' for detecting adal-
rtinn in naint. materials, with di-4
rectionsfor maing 1L can be had free
by writing National Lead .Co., 1M2
Trinity Bldg. New York, and asking
for ilouseowncr'a Painting Outfit
" r A -eryvntople guide ta; the .par:
.chase of while lead (the only sure
and safe paint material)' is the fa
tuous "Dutch Boy Painter- trademark;
that trademark in an absolute guaran
tee of parity, and qnaiHy..
Doctor' Monk Did those mustard
plasters that t left seem to relieve the
pains in your chiist to any consider
Ostrich Well, no; I can't say
they have: !trt ( apologetically)
eaten, only five of M.em!
COVERED WJTH HIVES.
ChJ-d d' Msss of Dreadful Sore, Itch
ing, "Irritating Humor for 2 Months
LiKJfr Sufferer in Terrible Plight.
Disease Cured Dy Cuticura.
"My six. year old daughter had the
dreadrul diseaKH called hives for two
months. She became affected by play
ing v.ilh children who had it. By
scratching she caused large sores
which were irrilating. Her body was
a complete core but it was worse oa
her arms and back. We employed a
physician who lett medicine but it did
not help her and I tried several reme
dies but without avail. Seeing the
Cuticura Remedies advertised, I
thought I would ry them. I gave her
a hot bath daily with Cuticura Soap
and anointed lit-r'body with Cuticura
Ointment Th- first treatment re
lieved the itching, and in a short time
the disease disappeared. Mrs. George
L,. Fridhoff. Warren, Mich., June 20
and 'July 13,100s"
I:ter Drag & Cti.ni. Crp., Sulo Zrops., Boston.
' Slightly Mixed.
. TJttle Oliver, six years old, had
learned the song in which is oft re
peated the refrain: "Glory, glory, hal
lelujah." and for some- time he had
been singing It with great enthusiasm
and vigor. Finally he became silent,
and after a brief period of cogitation
he said: '
: "Mamma, what docs 'hallelujah
' As simply as she could his mother
explained that.it was a religious ex-
clamation meaning '.'praise the-Lord."
He seemed rather surprised at the
information, but his next question of-
fered ample explanation of why he
had thrown so much vigor into his
singing. "If that's what it. means," he
said, "why do they throw corn '"and
have jack lanterns on hallelujah
Piecing Out the Prayer.
Of curious prayers a writer says: "I
have heard a layman utter this petition
during the prayer: 'O, Lord, be thou
-with us in our upsittings an our down
risings' a variant of the text in the
psalms. Thou' knowest my downsit
tings and jninaguprisings.' A. minister
occasionalfy. introduced a Latin '-sentence
into his prayer, and. forthwith
.proceeded to translate it Another mln
4ster in his arly days experienced con
siderable difficulty with the longprayer
before the sermon. .rIn nonconformist
churches this usually' occupies a quar
tor.ot an hoar, hnt long before this pe
rlod had been, reached he was wound
up., On one occasion, while in this di
lemma he startled his hearers with the
words: 'And now. O -Lord. I will re
late uato thee a little anecdote!'"
1 Advice ef Family Physician.
Formerly people thought .meat nec
essary tor strength and muscular
The nun who worked, hard was sup
posed to require meat two or three
limes a day. Science has found out
differently;. 5 7
It is now a common thing for a fam
ily physician, to order less meat, as in
4fie fokwlng letter from-a N. T. man.
'I had Battered for years' with dys
pepsia and'nerv0usnes8. My physician
advised me to eat less meat and
greasy foods generally. I tried several
things to take the jlace of my usual
breakfast of chops; fried potatoes, etc.,
but got no relief until I tried Grape
"After using Grape-Nuts for the
cereal part of my meals for two years,
' I am now a welf man. Grape-Nuts
benefited jnx.heaUh far more than the
$500.06 worth of medicine I hadtaken-H
"My wife and children are healthier
than they had been for years, and we
are a very happy family, largely due to
"We have been so much benefited
by Grape-Nats that it would be un
gratefarisot to acknowledge it" -
Name given by Postum Co.. BatUs
Creek, Mich. 'Read "TheTtoad to Well
Tine," in pkgs. "There's a Reason.''
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A Pin for a Glew
By an Ex-Operative
Capt. Dickson Illustrates a De
tective's "Nose for Details'
HAT do I consider
the most important
thing to notice when
firit investigating a
Capt. Dickson, a
retired secret serv-i
ice officer, had re
peated the words of
After some moments of thought, he
"Well, trom my own experience, it
has become affixed conviction with me
'that no crime'' is ever committed
where. the criminal fails 'to leave be
hind some clew that, if it Is only found
and its worth appreciated, will In
variably lead to the detection of the
"I have a case in mind, a po3t-office
robbery- It happened when I was con
nected with that department, before I
was transferred Jto the broader field of
the secret service. I will never forget
the village where it occurred!. It was
a town of some 200 or 400 souls in the
Green mountains. It had only one
hotel, and in the three weeks that I
was detained there, I almost de
stroyed my digestion endeavoring to
support life on its abominable fare. I
believe that I felt a keener satisfac
tion in the royal meal I secured at
Boston, on my return to Washington,
than I did in capturing the author of
"The post-office safe had been
tapped for a large quantity of stamps,
about $500 in money and a .brand new
money-order book. This last item
gave importance to the case, because
a boot of moneyKrder blanks in the
hands of a cle.ver crook can cause the
government more trouble than a ses
sion of congress.
"The safe was a crude Iron affair
which was fastened by means of a
clumsy brass key., The key was too
large and too heavy to be lugged about,
and after the safe was locked it was
hid away in a corner of the cash
drawer. A peculiar' circumstance of
the robbery was that the safe had
been found locked and the key was in
its place of concealment. The cul
prits had possessed an intimate
knowledge of ,the habits .of 'the post
master and his assistant, Miss Lundy,
a young lady of fine appearance and
''Mason, the postmaster, had a
theory that two tramps had committed
the theft - He said that two suspicious
characters had come into the office the
afternoon before the robbery and had
bought five two-cent .stamps. He con
sidered this a suspicious circumstance,
as 'he said that persons of their type
always bought stamped envelopes no
more than they needed at the time
and that U:cy always mailed their let
ters before leaving the office,' address
ing them with the dilapidated pen
lnainrameu-- oy me postmaster ai an
country offices for victims who have
no alternative than to use it. At the
back of the building, a window-glass
had been broken out, and Mason espe
cially directed my attention to it, as
he said it must have been by this
means that the robbers gained en
trance to the building. All of the
doors had been securely locked.
I made a minute examination of the
premises, and the only thing I found
was 'a' small' steel pin with a green
glass head. It was in a crack of the
P.oor immediately in front of the rifled
safe. Without attracting attention, I
secured the pin and stuck it beneath
the lapel of my coat I thoughr it
might prove cf value. -It did. It was
the kej to the situation.
"My examination showed that the
robbers had entered the post-office
through the front door, and that the
broken window was merely ja blind or
else it had been broken by accident.
I didn't take much stock in this last
theory, but put the window down as a
deliberate effort to muddy the water.
There were two doors, a front and a
back one. The rear one was. kept
locked, and the key to it hung" on a
nail in the office. Only Mason and
Miss Lundy had keys to the front
"It was not so easy to trace Mason
and the young lady on that evening.
After some considerable work I
learned that neither of them had been
at home the early part -of that par
ticular evening. Nd one knew where
they had been nor what they had done
during this period. Mason had left his
home -and. Miss Lundy her boarding
ihoaser-early after supper on that
night on the pretext of takiagta walk."
Mason 'had returned sometime after
midnight The hour of Miss Lundy's
return was uncertain.
"Already sorely puzzled over the evi
dence which was accumulating, one
morning, upon arising, I was more
than ever mystified by finding a slip
of paper under the door of my room.
In a sprawling; unnatural hand, four
words were written upon it
Mason robbed the safe.
"When I visited the postoSce, I no
ticed that' Mason was pale and hag
gard and he was as nervous as a
caged leopard. s v
"When I went to the hotel at noon,
I fou-d a tiny note on the table in my
rbomr It was a dainty, perfumed bit
of paper, just the kind that refined
young ladies employ in their polite
correspondence. I jumped to the con-A
elusion-that it must: he a further mes
Only Lately Have the Japanese Even
Tolerated the Beverage,
Japan is learning to drink milk. A
Japanese newspaper says of the phe
nomenon: "There was a time when
mhk was regarded in Japan with the
same abhorrence as cheese hi in
China," especially the pungent and
strong-smelling variety: Recent statis
tics however, sbow'tthat tlfKy-'has
of the Secret Service
sage of the same character as the
morning's note. It was,, but there was
a decided conflict In the news it !con
tained. In a cra-nped d'sgnised writ
ing, evidently a woman's, were five
Miss Lundy is the robber.
"Frankly, I didn't know what to
think. Suspicion and these mysteri
ous notes pointed to the postmaster
and bis handsome assistant The let
ters Were written by different persons,
and it was easy to imagine that Ma
son and the young lady had robbed
the-' salev arid' that4 each; of them had
been seen, by a different person as
they left the building; that these per-
"dfff Duvrirvr arfmff 0cxgm
sons were a woman and a man and
that they had taken the pains to ad
vise me of what they had seen by
means of the brief, unsigned notes.
"The situation puzzled me more
than ever and I didn't fall asleep until
late that night, having tossed away
many restless hours upon the instru
ment of torture which did service for
a bed in -the stuffy room of the ho
tel. Involuntarily, next morning, I
as soon as my eyes opened. It was
there, a third note, on-the same pa
per, in the same hand and of the
same purport as that of the morning
before. The only change was In the
wording of it.
Why don't you arrest Mason? He
robbed the postofflce. Ask him if he
didn't broak the window-glass. He
won't deny it.
"I worried through the morning
somehow, never 'trusting myself to
show up at the post-office. At noon I
was forced to go back to the hotel, as
it was the only place .of public enter
tainment in the village. I headed
straight for my room, expecting to
find a fourth note on' the table. I was
not disappointed, for there itwas, as
big as life, the exact counterpart of
the, day before:
Miss Lundy is the robber.
"More .than ever puzzled, I strolled
over to the postofflce after lunch. Ma
son was there and alone. Miss Lun
dy had not returned from her dinner.
The postmaster's face was piteous to
behold. He shrank from me as I greet
ed him and put his hands over his
face. His hands shook. like a mans
with the palsy. Before I could find a
seat he arose and went into his pri
vate office, beckoning me to follow.
"I seated myself and watched with
patience while he strode back and
forth across the limited space of the
office. Suddenly he stopped squarely
before me, and bracing himself with
a painful effort, blurted out a jumble
of words, confessing that he had
robbed the safe. I was struck all of
a heap, but never for an instant did
I believe him. There was something
to Drink Milk
worked a great change in this respect
and milk and butter are now in great
favor in Japan. Whereas 25 years ago
not more than one or two per cent
of the persons visiting a European
restaurant or .eating a ..European, meal
at a friend's home would have thought
of touching butter, fully .40 or 60 per
cent -now eat it with a relish. , They
are, however, quite content 'to do
about the very language of his inco
herent confession and his manner in
making It that told me that Mason
was not the thief.
"'What more do you want?" Mason
breathed. 'I 'did it, I tell you. and I
shall be convicted of it I can't re
store the stamps and the money-order
book because I have destroyed them,
but here is the' money every penny of
"He threw a rojl of bills in my lap
" 'My confession is sufficient to con
vict upon. I will repeat ,it in court
and I want you to arrest me and get
me away from here 3ust as soon as
"Just at this juncture the depot
agent entered the office with a tele
gram for me. It was' a cipher mes
sage from the department. Taking
out my' code book, I translated it in a
moment and the contents of it, in the
light of Mason's confession, was noth
ing less than unnerving.
"Without a word I wrote the mes
sage out and passed it over to Mason:
Money orders being- passed Waco and
Other Texas towns.
"'Whatdoes ifmean?','he cried.
"Before 1 could answer him, Miss
Lundy came into the office. With a
woman's intuition, she saw that some
thing was wrong. A look of terror,
which smote me to the heart, swept
over her face. She sprang forward
and stepped between Mason and me,
who stood staring at each other like
"'Oh, Capt. Dickson,' she sobbed,
'don't you believe him. He didn't have
a thing to do with it. I did it myself.
The money is in my trunk. I have
burned the stamps and the money-order
"'She didn't do it, Capt. Dickson,'
ranted Mason like a man demented.
'She knows nothing about it. I alone
am guilty and she is merely trying to
save me from prison; she is my af
'"Hold on there,' I cautioned, 'you
are a pair of sentimental young inno
cents, and while I am willing to give
youjny blessing, although it is a bit
out of my line, I am not going to be
lieve a word either of you say about
this robbery and don't either of you
dare to breathe a word of sucn
absurd nonsense to any one
else. I know that neither of
you, robbed the safe and you
couldn't 'convince me of it if you talked
a thousand years and produced the
charred remains of that money-order
book Itself. Dry your -eyes. Miss
Lundy; shakeyourself together. Ma
son, and let's get down to serious talk
and clear this thing up. See here,' I
continued, producing the four notes
that had been left at my room, tumor
bright, now, you wrote these notes,
didn't you? T
"I didn't stay to hear more but beat
out of the office as if the furies were
at my back instead of two lovers hap
py beyond expression in the knowl
edge that their doubts were unfounded
and that there was happiness still re
maining for them. I wasn't going to
take chances on their being disturbed,
so I took possession on the porch be
fore the post-office door to head off any
.persons who might feel inclined to-intrude
upon their privacy.
-"As to dalrv farms, they have In
creased notably in recent years. Thirty
or 40 years ago milk was abhorred
The average Japanese could not, in
duce himself to drink it. But to-day
many a household consumes one or
two bottles of milk dally, partly be
cause people have come to like it and
partly because the doctors have recom
mended it as a unique and wholesome
"'Milk halls,' too, are now quite
'numerous. 'Butter will probably take
much longer to come widely into
"After some time they called. to
Between the .two of them they ex
plained everything. They had long
been lovers and. with the aversion that
lovers have for the 'clattering of vil
lage gossips' merciless tongues, they
had succeeded in keeping their attach
ment a secret. They had been en
gaged for some time, and it was their
custom to meet at the home of a kind
ly old widow lady of an evening, she
alone knowing of their engagement.
On the night of the robbery they had
spent the evening together at the wid
ow's. "She and Mason had left the wid
ow's about ten o'clock and Mason had
left her at the gate. After leaving her.
Mason had taken a long stroll and,
about midnight; had passed the post
office in returning to his home. As he
approached the building he had seen
a lady leaving it, closing and locking
the door after her.
"Next morning, when he opened
the safe he discovered the robbery.
His suspicion of Miss Lundy had thea
come upon him.
"It'was a pretty tangle. The lovers
had straightened it out to their own
satisfaction and: while 1 knew that
neither of them had any guilty knowl
edge of the deed, I was far from being
satisfied and felt that my work had
"With my suspicion of Mason set at
rest, I could confide more fully in him,
so 1 .set out with two clews, the wom
an visitor that Mason had seen and
the pin with the glass head. There
v.ere many women in the village that
fitted the description in a general way
and that was a hard clew to follow, so
I fell back upon the pin. There were
none of the kind for sale in the village
nor bad there ever been, so I knew
that the pin must be an imported one.
This was some progress, but I was
still far t from shore.
"I don't know that I would ever have
run the thief to earth if it hadn't
chanced that I met a lady one after
noon who wore a flower pinned upon
her. breast. A glance showed me that
the pin which held it was the twin
brother to the one I had found. The
lady, I learned, had been in the vil
lage some four or five months, teach
ing a dancing school with great suc
cess. No one knew where she came
"It was an easy matter to clear up
the robbery after this. She was an
old timer- in criminal- deeds and as
slick a crook as ever wore petticoats.
She had easily learned the careless
methods of the post-office and, when
she deemed the occasion ripe, had-se
Iected a skeleton key from her stock
and pulled off the robber', a neat job
except for Mason's untimely appear
ance upon the scene. She had most
of the stamps in her possession, but
she had sent the money-order book to
her husband, who was then operat
ing in the profitable field of the south
"How about the lovers, did yqu
say? They were married in due time
and I had the pleasure of officiating
as best mat."
(CopyriRm. 19G9. by W. G. Chapman.)
(Copyright in Great Britain.)
Some tropical daisies measure a foot
vogue, because of its expenslveness.
A pound of fresh butter costs at least
one yen (49.8 cents gold) In Tokyo to
day, an extremely high price for
Some persons are disturbed by the
fact that evil-deeds seem to predom
inate in the news.. Of course! It is
necessary that evil be exposed, 'but
good conduct, which is , the rule, does
not particularly call for the limelight
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"Here comes my little Lily!" ex- (
claimed a doting mother to a roomful '
of guests, "i. have nursie take her for
a walk in the park every afternoon.
and you have no idea how rapidly it
is developing her sense of the aesthet
ic the beautiful! Come here, my dar
ling. Tell us what you remember best
about your walk in the park to-day."
Lily's breath came hard. She paused
t, then answered in a snrlil,
u.anima, the bears smelt aw-
Starch, like everything else, Is btv
nig constantly improved, the patent
Starches put on the market 25 years
ago are very different and inferior to
those of the present day. In the lat
est discovery Defiance Starch all in
jurious chemicals are omitted, while
the addition of another ingredient. In
vented by us, gives to the Starch a
strength and smoothness never ap
proached by other brands.
A Bad Break,
was a bad break Dr.
"What was it?"
"He advised our traveling man to
give up work for a while and travel
for his health." Detroit Free Press.
Thousands of country people know that
in time of sudden mishap or accident
Hamlin Wizard "Oil is the best substi
tute for the family doctor. Tliat U why
it is often found upon the shelf.
He who is falge to duty breaks a
thread in the loom, and will find, the
flaw when he may have forgotten the
cause. H. Ward Beecher.
Rett. AVeak. Weary, Watery Eye
Relieved by Murine Eye Kemedy. Com
pounded bv Experienced Physicians. Con
forms to Pure Food and Drug Laws. Mu
rine. Doesn't Smart; Soothes Eye Puln.
Try Murine in Your Eyes. At Druggists.
Women would have no use for mir
rors that would enable them to see
themselves as others see them.
i?lXS CCREO IX 6 TO 14 DATS.
PAZO OlXTMEXTUiroarsnteedto car anr cast
of ltcninir. Blind. Bleeding- or rrotredlng- Mies la
Ctoltdaysorauiney refunded. SQo.
Nine men out of a possible ten wear
a sad look after they have been mar
ried a ear. - -
lewis Single Binder straight 5c. Yon
pay 10c for cigars not so good. Yoar deal
tr or Lewis' Factory, Peoria, HL
A man's idea of values depends on
whether he wants te buy or sell.
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machine in the world. Built for real business, and
wiM snaka yva aaoaww. Get Into tbebaalneaa now and
ralae chlckeaa -while Poultry and Kgg are bih
priced. Send for bijr free book about our Incubator
and the Poultry Business.
Hatch hertslirCsL, 173,
FIDO DULY WARNED.
Look here, Fido, if you can't be a
better- horse than this I shall have to
discharge you an' get an automobile!"
Laundry work at home. wouM Tm
much more satisfactory if the right
Starch were used. la order to get tha
desired stiffness, It Is usually neces
sary to use so much starch that th
beauty and fineness of the fabric is
hidden behind a paste of varylas
thickness, which not only destroys the
appearance, but also affects the wear
ing quality of the goods. This trou
ble can be entirely overcome by usJag
Defiance-Starch, as, it-can be applies:
much more thinly because of Its great'
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Bank Balance ana inavaenssncs.
Business women have evolved the
Idea of saving, and the thrifty Incen
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pendence which evolves thri girljwith
$300 or $408 to her credit and spars
her on to sdd more sad more te the
Examine carefully every bottle, bf
CASTORIA a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
Signature of i
In Use For Over 30 Years,
The Kind You Have Always Bought.
Dad Do you know what happens to
little boys that tell lies?
Tad Yep. If they tell good ones,
they get away with it. Cleveland
Asthmatics, Read This.
If you are afflicted with Asthma write
me at once and learn of something for
which you will be grateful the rest of
your life. J. G. McBnde. Stella. Nebr.
Adversity is a searching test of
friendship, dividing the sheep from the
goats with unerring accuracy; and thi3
Is a good service. John Watson, D. D.
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