Title: Crystal River news
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Title: Crystal River news
Uniform Title: Crystal River news
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 51 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Crystal Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Crystal River Fla
Publication Date: April 5, 1912
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Crystal River (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Citrus County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Citrus -- Crystal River
Coordinates: 28.90067 x -82.593699 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1905?
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 42 (Feb. 24, 1911).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075892
Volume ID: VID00062
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 40197650
lccn - sn 98026432

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are not lawyers ~rt i oroo
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officer hba his duties marked out
for hbim and .o haq. the. Adge.
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001 1t V 1 Tonstita.- In ld i t. otstraw. If thel w:s danpr
S4 ttn~eI to his northern home ents. Where he is known it is sute pretty rights for the wl ywas not the a"h tai
S Mrs.BoellMrt Monday. he will he atro ng a n d young men to set out with their earlier? Why wit untilwe ea* b
the success attending him'in this best girls and point out difrent on the eve of an election before
SAl ambra, Paul campaign will be measured large- atars and tell his own little sto. making known that which must
of Crst Alhambra, wn- Mr. Hadden, of Dowagie, ly, by the thoroughness with ry. Don't forget girls it is leap have been obvious long ago?
in rs Tm R ivern abownut Mich., the most extensive man- which the people come to know yea, and can't you see the boys It does one good tohave a god
owk n TamtBr. in abou facturer of fishing tackle, in this him, While he did not seekthe standing around on the street partner. We have a free teen-
des? on beard at the country, if not in the world, is nomination at his own option, it looking wishful at you all? You try. Anyone who wishes to can .
ehof w m boarded. One registered at the Inn. is tafe to say that, being in the all should say an encouraging enter the race, who complies
t6 wthe shore, which -ape res, no grass will 'grow under word to them. Their will is -with'the rules that govern our
we distant but the oth h lis feet but the same push and good but they can't say -the primaries. While. Mr. Btenas
S i^J le disthth buttheoth- On April Fools day Pro. Erven vim will be pnt into the canvass wold. They see you all think- was late getting into the rat he
p o tabynedtwiththe boat until went to bachol as u ahual. He that he carries into all his under- inu what they are going to say. iastoo true a Democrat to over,.
n byonenttotherreue probably thought thelic as usual and takigs. and go back home, wishing they step the rulingof the executive
Should be as angel as usual and had of said it. So yob see you committee, a~ is claimed by his t
SCall to the People all this usual, but theyd run smoothly Mr. and Mrs. F. Van Roy re- will have to say the word your- opponent.
St e eope as usual, but they didn't, for the d home from the pleasant selves. It is your turn to say it
All the people are requested large majority of the pupils had turned h erich thy took, on the so don't be lvesra.t d it is noto say it
to be at a meeting to be held in determined to celebrate. With Eas t Coas t as far south a i- hard so don't be rad, Mrs. R. W. rvin,wh ba
the News otce next Wednesday calm deliberation sad remark- East Coast as far south as hard to sr after been visiting friend alaor
stSo'clock p. an. for the pur- ble poise, the Prof. pas-ed into on the evening train, Fri- Yours Uncle Jacob the last week, came home Pri- a
iaes of making arrangements for the room. But thiiga were dif- day.
the Political Speaking, meeting feren. Instead of rows of heads It is with regret that learn of
to be held April 20. Don'u fail. bending over text-books, there the departure faomin our midst of H. Is Appointe.
0. A. miller. were rows u'non rows of empty Mr. J. B. Clark and family. Mr. Some time ago we stated that ...hfW
seats. The benign expression, Ulark has accepted a position in our townsman, Mr. N. Barco had Mrs. Mary W. Herrick, a -v
which is the garb his features ua- Live Oai, Fla., and on Thurs- applied for the position of State prominent Orystal River lidy a
Mr. W. D. Parsons, of New ually wears, departed, and left day the family left Crystal Riv- Land Inlpector. Today we .an leader of the-soclal life of the
York City, who used to be a the field to one of sternnes. er for their new home. Ar. Ulark announce his reception of the town, and Mr. George.W. Hy' .;.
o rida visitor but recently has The few cowering scholars in a been identified with move- appointment. As his duties Manager of the Florida inatersts
bea'giving attention to other front of him, oaled, all nature ment for the benefit of the will not call him away from of.the Dtxon Crucible Company,
laie, ia registered for an brief seemed appalled as though in town and his practical aid and Crystal River fr long periods of sid interested in several enter.
stay at the W111 Houase. Mr. the presence of snime awful s- wise council will e greatly thine, the presence of a state of- prisesof a loolcharacter, were.
,asnoes isa pleasant gpntleman pernatural portent. Em pty missed. lolal' pon she streets of our married at Atlnsta,.G. ,o Ap. .
th i e "fhlm nveraant with mat. benches everywhere. The school se iso il ot.be an allo anua lo ri, ecod, by Rov. 8 t. Mor. n
ttw -Hinter st. His eall at the had bolted. I knahrwhat,( will Mr. Daveyonitof the regular There two such oaers in the rit D. p.p$fthate ity.
e w o eee was appreciated a do, thought t4e Professor, I will visitor to Crystal River, who state each with, his respective .. They returmd to Orystel Bif
." also the arrangement made denonstrate to the loyal few 'came early last fall and has put territory. Mr. Barco will have er on the Fifth fint s lar ;
S wirtllekly visits of this pa- how virtue as ways retwrded in the entire season here, took the cuth and But portionwhile crowd t thedepotsatngtheir
hshome. nd tourow I wi' beg u his departue on Thrsday la the other, Mr. V. J. Roandolph, arrnval. In the midst af, ;oke
l.sins"e .fo.- res nrt ofthe school Ir. Davey says he has fiahed in of Tallahassee, -will have the and good naated ranllery, they,
which will a1ke ele0, to them, thirty differettplaces, in 'Flor. entered waiting r ad w '"
*, N. s.mU delights In"thOe their side of tholpatter. o in, and-Crystal River suits h wTe oewu gn tlate Mr. dri d ep to their bom, awi bat t .
'Insh .On UsE, he tbsk the w tlti M ones- .Tet than aqythln le has The News ctr_ t at. Ir.lat it n. hivetllbo tot h home,4wiB.t .
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Why should any aviator at this
stage talk flying across the Atlantic
in 30 or any number of hours? U he
feels impelled to try a 3,000-mile flight
In & dirigible or an aeroplane, why
does he not turn westward, where
there is plenty of solid earth to land
on? There may be men somewhat
foolhardy enough to attempt the flight
from Newfoundland to Ireland. It is
a sure and easy way of achieving pass-
ing notoriety and Incidentally of com.-
mitting suicide by drowning, says the
New York World. There will be time
enough to talk of crossing the ocean
in an aeroplane when this continent
has been traversed by air without
alighting. Back of this nonsense
about flying across the Atlantic is the
misfortune that the business of avia-
tion has fallen so largely Into the
hands of showmen. They are interest.
ed chiefly In doing "stunts" for the
sake of the advertising and future
gate receipts. It is becoming a ques-
tlon whether practical advances will
be made In the science of aviation In
this country except the government
take it up seriously for military pur.
poses, as has been done in France.

The suggestion of Prof. George D.
Baker, of Harvard, head of the Drama
league, of Boston, that American
audiences should Indicate their disap-
proval of plays and players by hissing,
is received by producers with disap-
proval, naturally, and is not likely to
win much favor with the playgoer.
The qualifications of the one who
hisses must be examined before we
will grant him the privilege, and not
even a certificate from the Drama
League that such and such persona
are equipped with critical judgment
and are able to reach safe and sound
opinions will be sufficient warrant fur
a commission to bhiss. It is Imagin-
able that the tired business man
f ght find most earnest and sincere
section to a play which was giving
Drama League keen Intellectual
IftiiTghf be-dangerous"''o romlblijru
them to hises, and If the Drama League
hissed a play which the tired business
Inan was enjoying, it probably would
find Itself on its head outside the main
door. The hiss will not help the
drama uplift. Empty seats are the
best protests against undesirable, bad
or banal plays.

If the army gets more aeroplanes it
will have to call them airplanes. At
least the appropriation bill reported
by the house committee on military
affairs calls the things airplanes, and
airplanes, therefore, are the only
things that can pull money away from
the public treasury-unless congress
alters the wording of the bill. It. ap-
pears that a sensitive representaUve
from Texas objects to the word "aero-
plane," and will not be satisfied with
anything less than "airplane," which
he says means the same thing. In the
interests of the simple life, by all
means call the things airplanes.

France Is soon to have the first aer-
ial regiment ever organized. Not all
the members can, for the present, take
the air at once, but an appropriation
is to be asked for buying enough aero-
planes to bring the total up to 1,000,
of four different sorts. The yearly
cost of keeping this service efficient is
estimated at $4,000,000; the cost In
lives is not so easy to reckon.

That St. Petersburg Is rapidly grow-
lIg in population Is evidenced by the
census taken in December, 1910. which
showed the population, including cer-
tain suburban villages formerly net
covered, to be 1,907,708. It is pre-
eminently an "oe town" and also a
seaport for six or eight months of the
year. The principal Industry is the
manufacture of cotton texutiles, al-
though its advantage as a port of en-
try for the Interor is gaining recog-
atlon. A line of steamers has been
established to Libau, connecting thee
with a trans-Atlantic line to New York.
This enables American ehlppere to
*send goods direct to this port without
the delays of trans-shipment nla foreliga

A Kansas professor think that
courses on child-rearing asoald be in-
troduced Into oet colleges. He is quite
right Ia his criticism that, while we

pay a great deal of attention to the
breeding of live stock, we give practi-
ally none to the more Important mat.
ter of breeding children.

Not only pleamni ad refremhing to
die tute, but gendy dealing and sweet.
mnmato the *yatm, Syrup o Fg Sand
Eiizof S am particularly adapted
to ladies and chudrm, and beacalin
al case in which a whooleoe, sarengt
e andd eecve laxative should be
am& Itnipesedly uefe atd litm d
divpe co headc ad the pa*
cawed by il6nisim and co pa so
promptly and ectively that it is the one
ect my native which ir tis&
.Ioon to al ad i d by
maidnso a fain ewho have ed it and
who havepersonal owledge its e.

lWd u-" ps d' am. to odar hWitWs
mons which act uoasadorody. There.
&Vre, wheobuyq to get abenekicia
dets, alway note the fu ame ofthe
Cma-C A kdis Fig Syrmp Co.-
prited a the front of every
packam of the l M ASyrp fc rip
adEbdrofSe S.
Forualebya leadingdnggi Price
50 cats per bottle.

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She-Speech Is silver and silence Is
He-But the man with the most
brass gets the tin.


"About two months ago my hands
started to crack open and bleed, the
skin would scale off, and the good
Lek-would burn and Itch dreadfully.
sore, there were sm era
ter blisters which formed. They
Itched dreadfully, it Just seemed as
though I could tear the skin all off. I
would scratch them and the skin would
peel off, and the flesh would be all
red and crack open and bleed. It wor-
ried me very much, as I had never
bad anything the matter with my skin.
I was so afraid I would have to give
up my employment.
"My doctor said he didn't think It
would amount to anything. But It kept
getting worse. One day I saw a piece
in one of the papers about a lady who
had the same trouble with her hands.
She had used Cuticura soap and Oint-
ment and was cured. I decided to try
them, and my hands were all healed
before I had used one cake of Cutt-
cura Ointment. I am truly thankful
for the good results from the Cutlcurs
Soap and Ointment, for thanks to them
I was cured, and did not have to lose
a day from work. 'I have had no re-
turn of the skin trouble." (Signed)
Mrs. Mary E. Breig, 2522 Brown
Street, Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 12, 1911.
Although Cuticura Soap add Oint-
ment are sold everywhere, a sample
of each, with 32-page book, will be
mailed free on application to "Cutl-
cura." Dept. L, Boston. *

A Hint From Shakespeare.
"Why do you call your dog Ham-
"Can't you see why? He's a Great

Cheerfulness keeps up a kind of sun-
shine in the soul, and fills It with a
steady and perpetual serenity.-Ad-


Catarrh of the Lungs
Threatened Her Life
Miss Ninette Porter, Bralntree, Ver-
mont, writes: "I have been cured by
"I had several hemorrhages of the
lungs. The doctors did not help me
much and would never have cured me.
"I saw a testimonial in a Peruns.
almanac of a case similar to mine, and
I commenced using It.
"I was not able to wait on myself
when I begat uslag It. I gained very
slowly at first, but I could see that it
was helping me.
"After I had taken it a while I com-
meaneds to raise up a stringy, sticky
substance from my lungs. This grew
less and lesa In quantity as I contina-
ued the treatment.
"I grew more leshy than I had bmeao
for a long time, and now I all m)aetf




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Recent revolutionary outbreak
the Republic of Mexico. has aga
brought into the limelight Francis
Madero, and there is some specul
tion in certain quarters regarding t
,. president's ability to handle the situ
-"- tion. Madero is the strangest wor
figure alive today. He is a brave b
not a brilliant soldier. le Is a qul
modest gentleman and scholar, t
nearly a dreamer and a doctrinaire
patriotism for the thought of despot
rule or undeserved Injury to any m
Ji ever to enter his mind. Gold la
and medals for himself he desples
most as heartily as he does graft a
selfish greed. There is not a trace
the glitter that the Latin-Americ
temperament loves about the m
S ow so well beloved, whose pen p
t tuA we quote from Hampton's Ma|
The Madero properties in Mexi
I are larger than several small Ame
can states combined, and the eld

Madero is said to be worth $20,000,000.
Francisco Madero is about forty-two years old, is married and the fath
of a numerous family.

Two thousand acres near Kutman.
Ind., will be devoted to the Warren
Springer colonization scheme for poor
Chicago families with many children,
according to the statement of Mrs.
Margaret Springer, widow of the mil.-
lionaire real estate man.
The colony wll be laid out as Oscar
Lovell Triggs, formerly of the Univer-
sity of Chicago and now a member of
Katherine Tingley's Theosophist col-
ony at Point Loma, Cal., devised with
Mr. Springer years ago.
"In the city a family of ten children
are liabilities, in the country they are
assets," said Mrs. Springer, leing
back in her chair with Russian furs
draped over her left shoulder,
" 'Daddy' Springer's Idea was to boost
the poor who lead such miserable
lives in the congested parts of the city,
not to lay down the law to them as
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because it was his idea in the first
place as far back as 1698. To say the colony will be like Mrs. Tingle
center at Point Loma is a mistake. There will be no religious element, a
In fact no element but the economic.









A new division of experts In educa.
tional work will be organized shortly
by the United States Bureau of Edu.
cation to look after the needs of the
rural schools of the country. This is
the latest plan of Uncle Sam for the
proper education of the coming gen.
eration in rural communities. In ad.
edition to the 10 or more specialists in
rural education, there will be a num.
ber of experts engaged to assist is
the handling of problems relative to
city schools. These will include spec-
ialists for trade schools, agricultural
education below the college, educa-
tion in home-making, commercial ed-
ucation and for normal schools and
the training of teachers. In the dl.
vision there will also be specialists in
city school administration, in school
sanitation and hygiene, and one or
two in secondary education, with a di.
rector of research.
RotnThe plan will include a personal
visit of representatives of the bureau
to every rural school in the United States. The main object is to improve
the surroundings of the pupils and to aid in securing proper school houses.
Dr. A. C. Monahan is to have direct charge of the new rural school work.
"Our first step," he says, "will be to make a survey of the field so that we
may know definitely conditions of the rural schools as they now existL
"We have in the United States right now about 506,000 public school
teachers, while about 116,000 new teachers are required every year.

Simply because Mrs. Gustave A*
Root-no relation to the senior senso-
tor from New York-postmaster of
the mining town of Tuttle, Coll, re-
cently took It upon heseib* to order
a couple of men from her ofes at the .
poiLt of a six-sho6ter one must not
latnfer that she is the only woman poet
mu aer (not pstmaltrei) In the coun-
ty Tuttle is a fonrthelass aee.
Theare re dan a women Ipostmatero at
frst and second clas1e0100, sad sen>.
ly 300 Osi all clausem any of them of
long terms, exteniaig over two or
more admialstratims.
The highest pai woman Iostmaster
t1 Miss Alice M. Robertson at Mase-6
hu, Okla. Miss Robetson as h ad a
rather notable career and is known to
every ptmaster who hims attended
say of the conavenuoa of presidential
postasteus dwlng the sput few' years.
Miss Robertsonm Is ia native of Oti
bons and is now-ain her aMteveth
year. Her parents weret mImonarIe
amoi the Ildians of Idian territory, and she, was born at one ot
bio s. M&s ~ 5 as heb ee"n praetieall Sethiag bat ;uefiuna
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Mr. Hansen Says At First Her Case
Seemed Hopeless, b*Sh
Fially Won OtL

Mobile, Ala.-"For seven years"
lays Mrs. Sigurd Hansen, of this
city. "I suffered with womanly troub-
les, and, at last, was operated on.
I felt better for a time, but soon I
had the same trouble as before.
I had dizzy spells, and would turn
blind and almost fall over. I had
pains In my back and sMe, and was
not able to work.
Half the time I could not eat any
breakfast, and I always felt weak and
had a headache.
One day, my husband got ma a bot-
tle of Cardul, and I tried It. I felt
better, so I took some more.
Now, I am well and feel fine. My
doctor says I am looking better than
ever. I have a good appetite and sleep
It is all due to Cardul. I only wish
every suffering woman would try It.
They would soon feel as good as I
You may be sure, when Cardul will
relieve and cure such a serious case
as that of Mrs. Hansen, that it will,
much more quickly and certainly, help
those women who have no serious
symptoms, but are just weak and ail-
Are you?
Try it.
N. B.-Write tot Ladle' .AAdvisory
Dept., Chattanooga Medieline 0* Chat-
tanoogn, Tenn., for SpeCal ltrue-m
lions, gad e4-pKage book, "Home Treat-
ment for %omen," meat la plant WrapI
per, on request.
Modern Methods.
The l1te A. Tennyson Dickens, dur-
ing an Interview in Chicago, condemn-
ed the war In Tripoli vehemently.
"Slavery," lie said, with a bitter
smile, 'i now abolished. We no long-
er stal a people and sell them Into
bondai'e. No, no, indeed. We just
steal their country and charge them
so muni for governing It that they
have to work twice as hard as slaves
to pay theIr taxes."

Papa's Past.
Little IHelen's mamma wadisaouss-
-4t-th t Arink question wltb#- ,liVtor
and. thbe conversation.
"Padpa used to drink," she volun-
leered suddenly.
The visitor turned her head to con-
'eal a smile, and mamma frowned
and shook her head at the little'one.
"Well, then," demanded Helen.
"what was It he used to do?"-Ulppia-
cott's Magazine.

His View.
"Tell me about Spain, repmantic
"Well," said the motorist, "there
are a few bad places as-ogu come .
down the mountains, but In'the main
the roads are pretty good.". .

An Alarmist.
"Jibwock is a very diuietlag Inadi-
vidual." .
"Indeed he is. JIbwoek seems to*
have been born with no other purpose
in life than to yell 'Fire!'"

Was Quick to See That Coffee Pl*sm
Was Doing the Misehidi

A lady tells of aba# case W ofSee
poisoning, and tells it In 4 way a sim
ple and straightforward .ftt ljterbry
skill could not Improve It. -
"I had neuralfic hbdat o f 12
years," she says, "and. i 'T ed
untold agony. When I # a to
have them I weight 14(O' blut
they brought me dW t i ..
"I went to manu 0t .t A hbyer
gave me only teaoitray ttel. I
suffered on, till eon day, L "00
doctor advised me to Ldmipk 1i.
She said I looked Ike tI a F *
poisoned. A:
"So I began to drip
gained 15 pouis as I
weeks sad am sto
fast M at ..
to leave me.aft I
about two -
pect, to tgets -h
my syite "

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CHAPTER XV-(Centlnued.)
It was as It she had bee expecting
itm; she seemed not at all surprised.
But there waste o lIstof welcome Ia
aer look, nor any trace of welcome la
ier greeting a he stopped before her.
.. f&at In hand and heart In bls throat.
'" "" with something t his bearing that
Sealed to mild a child convicted of
transgreslson and pleading for suapen-
ales of Judgment.
..- sae out here to think," she saId
S ".-"at lent to try to think. But I
hop d that if yau saw me yot would

*..,Y We. ..b SI g ooae a Chuoeto-taslk

."'Tar," e admitted i*spiW. There
las ittLe catch he voice and he
fel i her Ups i IIe the Ni
Sfo a tired a EM asAhe looked aw
O. him, seeking agan the sight of
the see h If hbe.irew from it somn
s olace, wOe sorely needed strength
aq iglst her trthi. "We must talk. of
cor- h bave bee* trying
aM, eight to .thita but every-
eta seemi wo ."
11-> i- te seantnce Iomaplete.
h-er W ads to e0 s theMO
b rt l teapls" ad f"e4. droning
with a geat.ue of. utter wearn-
she ~~~p a tried, "why did you come
lht Yes pwalised;. you *ent away,
s. 1-1 wa B W-- y4% odda pOra* d
S. might i Ad i appaeu, OurrtL
,'" "'Tt rlte sad-yel came back--
as s baek lk a ghost to haunt me
with me ries ad rgrets". Her
a. bi h of wdlaesUp.
SN. ( t. I thought that
UI h'r pesi %Wt be a gh -that you
has keeaxeuttaC. killed and buried.
a"d *ere oome hs okto be ~n puslah-
-' a* eat a il. aid mdinl"
ill -.a plhaen hte-belo" he echoed.
T'wr h Atherae, lites you do be-
"A d no? I w? What do I be-

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arI'l Tell You In a Moment,'' He Temnperiaed.

of-It has been a lesson to him. I'm
sure It bas. He--"
Garrett hook hil head. "Then what
made you write that manage lst
nlght?" he asked.
"What do you mean? Oh,
I don't know. I wa afraid ."
"And I wu afraid" he aid gravely,
"ngd still am. That'! why I couldn't
stay away. The only man you could
turd to I case of need wa gone.
"Mr. Power She Bashed him a
startled look.
"How did yon know that yastrdayT?
A-d how dO you ind Aithu an to
tle *his i- e m aai ad very.
thing? so that vBe dared-eoie beft
la f ,- gt e t te

he lu W

;W.dle eI.

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countered quietly; "and y
know It You're keeping I
back. What is It? What
"I'll tell you In a moment
poised. "But Arst I'll a
Still. pussled, she held bli
tently. "1 can't imagine
mean. But go on."
"TYou told me that he-B
Settled here to work on his l
Do you think he has nco
much, that way, since you M
She shook her head slow
Sgrmat deal. His eyes have
progre t of oune."
vI thought as much..

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After 10 Yeas of Suffering, Show Man
Finds Relief In Tetterine.
TALES OF KINGS' CROWNS have been trobld with a severe
cue of Tetter for ten years. In Colum.
bla last week a druist recommended
Alfred Ihe. First English Monarch to Tetterine. I bought box; It ave me
Weas One-Richard II. Once relief., so Ibought another nd-m en-
Pawned H1s. tirely well." Lew Wren, Chicago.
Pawed Hi. Teterint cures Eczema, Tetter. Itching
/- Piles, RIng Worm and every form ot
Scalp and Skin Disease. Tetterne Sop;
The first English king who wore a Tetterine op 6cn. Your druga8t. or by
mail from the manufacturer. The nhup-
crown was Alfred. A. D. 871. Long trine Co.. Savannah, Ga.
|,prior to that date we know that a With every mail order for Tetterioe we
crown was worn by the Romas king.
Tarquia And ia the Bible It is told
bow the Amalskites brought Saul's The longing of the moment always
crown to David. seems the great essential. We are
But the earl crowns were not as apt to forget the long eternity of re-
they are now. At frst merely a ilet gret.-CorelU.
of *loth was used, then a prland, and.
later on. cloth adorned with pearls.
The popes gradually developed this
emblem of kingship, sad In A. D. 925
I Athelstan. Ling of England, wore a
modern earl's coronet. In 1066 Wil.
lIam the Conqueror added a coronet.
with pearl, to his ducal cap. The
crosses on the crown of England
ou would were introduced by Richard Ill., and
somethilg the "arches" were added by Heary For BURNS and BRUISES. _
t doe it VILla n148L
Richard II. an most people know. Vr.W.V.CaletsmelehisN.C. wites
" he teom was at one time In such a needy-son. Ia bottle of M anxmesuaS
Lh"6?t in my ONouseeonti t r sea-
ik some dition that he pawned his crown and ersiIat. Itthea ttetin w
regalia to the city of London for i10,. r orcus,B Sred Bie
a eyes In- 000. als.aeiabeleea ug&-GeoflteSe
what you
Ilacktoek The Black Hand. g a
avestloss. "Our whole neighborhood has been 0 6 w re
pplised stirred up." said the regular reader. -
me to th0 The editr of the country weekly
soiled hi pem. "Tell in all about It,"
ly. "Not he said. "What we wait is news?
hampered What stirred t up?" Issw St S a aSt eIS*
"plvine." said the rmer.--Drft.

Not Yet Dead

walth alea here where the ears go
He 40en't Ike the Maise."
I f ypw father, ahou ee aloes
*Nel" oetmred the hey. TOkt was
_MiwI the tiula su In i u his
.iAketeua i a who stam Usea
hMr, snaied w htase*o hew that re
muse t aio s e* a i e 1*so a m
New t' nli"i f MOW *a r

ofthetW-Me ueion oft
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e e. *; *fT H d I^9 1 .;/a d

planatiou, but she forgot to question do I understand that no one ever vi a
It-"that a man named Handyaide Its the Island dzeept your weekly boat WHO CM DOUBT SWU M lT5
was to replace Power. So we thought from New Bedford?" .-
It over and decided I was p be Handy- "No one. That Is, sometimes, HOlYOFHO H ZES?
Side." fisbermen-"
She was facing him squarely now. "For what purpose?"
eyes wide with interest and- alarm. "I don't know; there was once quite Some time ago I began the use of
"But-but how can you? 'What do a settlement of them down there, you your wam p-Rloot with t ahe m t re-
you know about the work? The man. know; and I understand they still use almost a wreck and was a great suffer.
7A dute b e he" (she could no longer name some of the buildings to store dried er. The doctors who treated me made
SWE W Blackstock Intimately, It seemed) fish In. I'm afraid that never Inter- me believe that my great sufferng
S"asks you to send or take a mes- tested me much." were due to female trouble. I was so
S isage-" "You never watched tlim-?" bad at times I would faint away and
"I will cheerfully comply, If re- "No; generally they come to an. had sinking spells. Finally a new doo-
of It to you, Katherine, if I could eves quIred." he assured her. "You see, I chor after nightfall and are gone be. tor was called in and he said that I
think It safe. I would Ie-i'd lie with know enough about the system to fore daylight the next morning. Some- had kidney trouble several l me tmm.
a clear conselencee and tell you it was .make a stagger at operating. You times he has gone down to the beach obtained some relief from this, but I
I who killed Van Tuyl. I've taken forget my experience with the signal to talk to them, but as a rule Mr. was getting weaker all the time; I
time to think it over and I've tried corps in the Spanish war-that taught Power went with him." could not sleep and suffered so much
to think straight, to thinkthe way that me Morse; and It also Interested me "Their visits are fairly regular?" pain that my husband and children
would be beet for you, and enough In such things to make me "I think so; the schooner comes had to lift me in and out of bed. After
Well. I've come bask." spend a good deal of time la the wire. about once a month, I should say. this time two friends sent me word
"But why" she repeated abruptly. les room every time I crossed the But-" to try Swamp-Root, which I did, and
"Why? What good.can you do? Can water. I couldn't help picking up a "And between whiles smaller boats I am glad to state that the first does
you lift this weight from my heart, working knowledge of the system un" call?" gsav me great relief. After taking
can you right the wrong tolourself. der such circumstances. Don't worry; "Now and then, yes." an third dose I wa s lf of the pe tbe
by. belas here? Can you bring Van I'll make good when the call comes." "Do you recall when the schooner took severpt half of the night.
Tuyl back to life or make pay-the "But this Mr. Handyalde-be may was here last?" Root nd I feel that I owe my life to
mar'I married less than a mur- arrive at any time now; and then-" "About a month ago, I think. But, this wonderful remedy. The two ram-
derer--- ?" "I doubt If he ever sees the Island," Garrett-" Ily doctors said that I could not live
"I came to protect you; you were Coast Interrupted, seating. "You see, "Just a minute, and then I'll explain three months. I would have to be
alone and friendless." the Corsair did run aground In Quick's what I'm driving at Now helped In and out of bed ten to twenty
"He would not harm me," she pald Hole; we were the amateur asses that isn't it a fact that Blackstock and times every night. After taking Dr.
to an uncertain voice. got In her way. And we left her there. Power were busiest with the wireless Kilmer's Swamp-Root for two days I
"Do you believe that? Do you ol1 w Appleyard-that's my companion as a rule for a few days before the was entirely freefrom getting up and
pect me to believe It when I have seenT-bas gone back to see that Messrs. schooner showed up?" could sleep soundly.
the marks of his brutality upon your Finn and Heckaher and Handyside do She nodded thoughtfully. "I never MRS. D. KHILEMAN,
arm?" nothing rash." connected the two; but It was so. How Tunnelton, W. Va.
"He didn't mean It, Garrett. He "He can prevent them?" A pucker did you know?" Personall ptpeared190beforeme. thisE.
has his temper and-and sometimes he of perplexity gathered between her I merely guess. Now I'm going to Hileman. who subscribed the above
forgets and doesn't realize his strength brows. "How?" guess again, In another direction, statement and made oath that the
-but he would never do worse. If "He'll manage somehow: he's very You didn't Inherit much from same is true In substance and In fact
it's true-and, oh, I know It must bel clever, Appleyard is-" your aunt, did youth 5"0 JwoN A. MILLRH
-that he did-what you were accused "But he must have some plan," she "Why a few keepsakes otary PubUo.
only. You see, she disapproved of my J bZ~9 I
engagement to Mr. Blackstock. Oar- ~
rett. and when I-was stubborn, she
changed her will. just a little while Prove What Swa-Roeo WIN Do F Yes
before she died. She left everything Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blagham-
in trust to me. but I was to receive ton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. It wlUl,
nothing until I divorced my husband, convince anyone. You will also re-
or he died. The house Is mine, but celve a booklet of Valuable Inforua- "
not to rent or sell, nor may I live in tion, telling all about the kidneys and
It except alone or with a woman com- bladder. When writing, be sure and
panilon only." mention this paper. Regular nity-oent
"I thought-something of the sort. and one-dollar sise bottles for sale at
.. Your private fortune wasn't all drug stores.
i ., larp, was It?"
"Not large-between sixty and sev- Wheat Goes Down.
Sent thousand dollars." De Broker-Hear about De Curbb?
\ ?i ^"And you let Blackstock -take care De Ledger-No. What's happened
of it?" to him?
"Of course. He was my husband, I Do Broker-Knocked flat.
loved and trusted him-then." The De Ledger-You don't say so. Was
last word fell with a bitter accent. he caught by the drop in wheat?
"And while abroad-he gambled De Broker-Well. yes; something
pretty extensively?" like that. A barrel of flour fell on

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Entoeredat the PastoMe,C Orystal River,
Siforida. as second olaw mail matter. March
7. 10o7.
Transient advertlsementsI 11s een per
nch each Insertion; by the month. 10cents
per loch each Ineertion. Special rates will
be given adverUsers wishing to contract for
advertising space by the year. Local no-
6 cents per line each lusertlon.

Political ANeuc ets.

T hereby announce my cppndidae.
for re-election to the office of Sher-
itf and will greatly appreclat
your support for this office.
Thanking you for past favors.
I am,
Geo. It. Cart* r.
I hereby announce myself as can-
didate for the office of Sheriff o,
Citrus County subject to the ap-
proval of the coming primary.
S. F. Scruggp.

I hereby announce my candidacy
for the office of Sheriff of Citruph
County subject to the action of thi
primary election. This action i
the result of pressure brought ti
bear ipon me by friends in (ditffrewi
parts of the county. I will hrtat!.\
appreciate the help of my friends.
Quitman Hay.

I herewith hand you my an-
nouncement as a candidate for Rep-
resentative. from Citrus County.
I will appreciate anything you do
to aid me to again secure the nomi-
nation for this office. I tried to
serve (lithe people faithfully, honest-
ly and fearlessly and am willing at
all times and on all questions to be
instructed by a majority of the
qualified white electors.
Yours sincerely,
Gee. W. Scofield.

ny friends from different section?
of the county,. I hereby announce,
myself as a candidate for the Houst
of Representative from Citrus Coun-
ty. If elected I will serve the peo-
ple's Interests to the best of my
Soliciting your votes, I am
Very respectfully yours,
J. E. Stevens
Crystal River, Fla.


Yielding to the solicitations ol
numerous friends and well wisherr
in all parts of the County, I hereby
announce my candidacy for Clerk
of the Circuit Court for Citrus Coun
ty subject to the action of the print-
ary to be held the 80th day of April
A. D. 1919. If I am elected, I pledge
myself to conform to all require-
mente of the office strictly in
accordance with the laws of the
state governing the same and slial,
devote my entire time and atten.
tion to the duties enoumbent upon
me, showing every courtesy and
acoomodation to all alike. I was
born on the 14th day of February,
1870 at Newberry, S. C. and came
to Florida in Dec., 1881 and have
resided in Citrus County since
Mach 6, 1897 durlug which time 1
have been continuously before the
public in the capacity of Postmaster
and merchant, and I feel that my
long service n a clerleal office pecu.
liarly fits me for the duties of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court and I
will, therefore appreciate the votes
of all true democrats.
Very respectfully
Frank M. Long.
Holder, Fla.

I hereby announce that I am a
candidate for re-election as Clerk
of the Circuit Court, subject to the
action of the Democratic primary.
Walter F. Warnock.

'I hereby announce that I am a
eadldaie for reelection as County
treasurer for Citrus Oqunty subset,
to the etion of tle democratic pra.
orT,. x. Dampier.

r hereby aantioute my ecalidaey
for the bfted ol County Judtle 9f
Citrus County, subject to the Demo-
cratic Primary, and in this qonnec-
tion I embrace this opportunity to
thank the people of Citrus County
for their past kindness to me and 11
elected will endeavor to merit their
approbation. ,
Geo. W. de Muro.

I am a candidate for the office of
County Judge subject to *the Demo-
o'atie primary.
Louis II. Marlow

I am a candidate for nomination
to the office of County Supreintend-
.nt of Public instruction in the ap-.
proaching primary election.
The people ef this my native
county have given me their en-
dorsement each time that I hawv
been a candidate, and in return I
have striven to give them and tht
cause of Education faithful service.
If nominated in the primary ant
elected to the office of County Su-
perintendent of Public Instructior;
then, all the energy, and whatovei
ability and experience I possess.
hall be devoted to the whole peoph
of Citrus county and the upbuildinl
of our public schools.
Thakinng you in advance for an)
support you may be able to rendei
me in my campaign and if you cai
vote for me I will appreciate it.
Yours for the cause of Education
B. L. Turner.

I hereby announce myself a can
didate for re-election as member o.
School Board from the Second Dis&
trict, and respectfully solicit th,
support of all in coming primary.
John B. Winn.
I hereby announce myself as can
didate for the office of Member o,
School BoarJ for the Second Dis-
trict, Citrus County, Fla., subjee'
to the action of the primary election
J. W. Davis.
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I hereby announce my candidacy .
for the State Senate from thle 01'
senatorial district, subj. t to tl
Democratic Primary election.
I have had the honor of serving
two terms in the lower house of th
Florida legislature-I190 and 1911.
and have that service to offer as in.
record. I f elected to the senate, I
shall be my constant endeavor ti
serve the people of the state ani
district to the best of my ability.
Fred L. Stringer.

I hereby announce my candidacy.
before the Democratic primary f<
4*trse Senator of the Ninth Hi;ahi
rial District and solicit the support
of Democratic voters.
J. OQ Davant.

I hereby announce myself for r.
election tu the office of Tax Collet
tur dor Citrus County, subject to tl e
action of the coming Primary elect
C. E. Allen.

I hereby announcee myself as a
candidate for re-election to the of
flee of Supervisor of Registration fmo
Citrui county subject to the action
of the coming primary election.
W. J. Moon.

I nt rebv announce my candldaacy
for re-election to to the ofice of Tax
Assessor for Citrus County, subject
to the approval of the coming Pr.t
Odo. J. Bwral'.
I hereby announce myself a a
candidate for Tas Assessor of O -
rieounty, Florida, imbject to the
"Uea of theb primary Iees.
3. 34 ~l I

I hereby announce myself a can-
didate for the office of County Com-
missioner in the second: district sub-
jpct to the action of the Democratic
E. T. Bowman.

I hereby announce myself as can-
didate for County Commissioner for
District No. 2 and respectfully ask
the support of all Democratic voters.
If elected, have no special privel-
4ge to promise anyone, as I shall
do my duty as it comes before me,
regardless of precints or districts. ]
hall be a County Commissloner in
the fullest sense of the word.
The interest of the whole county
will have my best endeavor and I
hall make every effort to put thl
county on a sound financial basin.
4qual to that of any In the state.
On the above platform I pledge
nyself and ask that you couside
veil before casting your vote.
Truly yours
J. J. Willams
Htomosassa, Fla.


Presbyterian Church
Services next Sabbath as fol
lows: Sabbath School at 10
Christian Endeavor at 8:30, p.m.

Melhcdist Church
Services every 3,1 Sunday a
ilI A. M. and 7 P. 1-., and tli,
lAt Sunday at 7 P.M.
All are invited to attend these,
W. T. RICNCHER, Pastor

Baptist Church
Rav. E, C. B,)rotic, Pl.ttor

Sunday services

4abbath School

11 a. in.
7 p. Ini.
10 a. in

prayer meeting Wed. 7 p. m
Preaching next Sunday morn
'1 l iiMtMig. *- -
Choir Practice, Thnrs. Even
:ng of each week.


Single Comb Rhode Island,
Redi that are red,
Layers that lay.
I have now as good stock at
the way-up-ou t-of-your-reach ad-
vertisers have, and I'm not
charging ten dollars a setting
for eggs either.
Put in your order now for the
breedore you'll want in the fall
[ won't sell yiu a sorry bird aU
that would make us both sorry.
Eggs $1.50 to $2.60 per setting
of 15.
Birds, in Septerfher, 12.0Q to
$10.00 according to age aud qual
M. M. Stratner

Children on the Streets.
It has been proven beyond all posesl-
billty of contradiction that the great-
eat percentage of boys and girls who
a brought before the courts for do.
liqueaO owe their waywardness to
the edueation they have received ca
te streets at night. The school of
the starts is a bad one in which to
receive an education. It is one of the
fatotw that must be carefully guard.
Id. The remedy must be keeping the
children off the streets at eight or to
make the streets fAt plaoe for chi.-
dre. It s salmoet Impolsible to do
the latter. It is possible to do the
former. The city streets are public
Property. Any one Is entitled to walk
the starts, proved they do not vio-
late any statutory ordloaoe In 4Wn
e. T the ty a~UteU have no pow-
et to Intervean The moral character
oft tG pedestal lOtats for notbaif.
The parent of th d ba-bps athefity
to eep the a"to. at hoeno sa
rthd W- "7 ON muhgA.I
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It is our purpose to handle any business

entrusted to us in such a fair and liberal

manner as to make

the customer's re-

lation with this

bank satisfrctory

and profitable.

Aside from the excellent facilities afford

ed, this bank has the advantage of a .

large Capital and Surplus.

Bank of ,Crystal River

I This Is the Place
4 You CANNOT (GET I)etter. cuts (if meat any-
w -here than those vou gRt at the ('ity Ma kel, We
will not handle poor meat. Test this assertion.

all in one

If itis ln
town we
have it for
our Iflie

Crystal River, Florid +."

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Full, Line of Hardare, Sash, Doors, Blinds,
Corrugated Iron' and Roofing of All Kids,
Builders Materials, Coffins, Farnmda
Impliments, Etc. Prompt at.
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Orders .



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Ocala; Florida.';

Seft Water toe r .d "No. Herbert"
O'Mew I.rk water is too hardtop t"You EU SISsW9]t
make is teo," said thie algush We are watchab4.
matron. "The use of soaf water laS oine Hfiote t Oet
seet of tea making that New WTor lighted peri.
people A se nver to have learofd. "0. eW. e
Odom S we fcud that we could ,' a s bberw
oft water bottled we softenesd the tea m"
w e o mtail tea with -eak *e 'P iBk

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Home mission carried out
its part in the ::rcises and
raised $10.31 *
The Mt. Olivy' ,*!i.ir.h has a
very fine new cl I':. It's a beau-
Mr. and Mrs. -,I my.v William
are very proud i' their ten
pound baby girl .i hi l came to
them last week.
Rev. Summers i ;)orts a grand-
.H time at the meetkg of the Min-
iste.s' Usnion from whi-ih he' has
just returned.

Mr. and Mrs. Lilly Blake are
happy r itil the 12 pound baby
*. b' whfo can to tei hoIme last

v. e. .Villiame is still here
iitt l It, mlu2h good in out

i' .ayi'churoh to quite a 4ost,
t.., t ottlmamssa, Wednesday at
.O. p.m. Were g1'd tohave
.' l'n4 with us and trust that, as a
* i~am of God, all work many be
S rowned widh success.

You seem to e interested In Con-
gressman Cary?" he said.
"Yep," answered the "kid."
"How does It happen that you are
out working for his election as mayor,
and why do you ask me to vote for
"Oh, he's a good fellow. He used to
go with my mother before she married
my father." .

Why Women, Apparent Strangers,
Insist on Occupying Adjoining
Bertha In Pullman.
Nobody can tell funnier stories
bout the false-hair craze than rail.
coad employes. *
."For some time after women began
'o swell their heads out with such
enormouss quantities of hair," said a
Pullman conductor, "we couldn't quite
understand why women Who were ap-
parent strangers to each other should
Insist upon., Ocupying nteigloring
, erth en argainingi to exchange-
f1th 9 to obtalftl t)
at- 11 in m i- t.1i i i W 'n MLv

hair enlSiOO e m. d
"'Haje you" yol ced.' she said, 'that
a blonde Insflsts upon sleeping .hoar
another blonde, and a brunette near
another brunett? They do that to
prevent ludlirous mistakes In an
emergency that necessitates quick
dressing. Supposing there should be
in accident in the night And every-
body would have ,to throw on their
clothes and hair In the dark. -If I am
shut up in the same compartment
with a brunette I am likely to mix
some of her black hair, with my
)londe puts and she wine with hers.
Nhat we would both look like can be
aamgned. That happened to'me once,
% now I insist upon sleeping near a
blonde neighbor,.even If I have to
pay extra for It '"

Measuring Light From Stars.
Starlight has been measured In com.
Sparlson with sunlight and the follow-'
Ing results have been announced: The
light received from a star of the firit
S magnitude like Vesa la about one for-.
ty-thousandth-milllon of the sun's
Young places the total starlight receir.
ed by the earth at'the value ptof 3.,000
.flrst magnitude stars, thus maTing the
whole starlight to be one-sxtleth that
of the full moon. Light has an actual
mechanical pressure, and can be meas-
ured in the laboratory. It has been
found that the sun's light In Itself
presses agalpst the earth with a force
something like 70,000 tons. As the
surface of S sphere varies as the
square of the radius, and as th4e wl
ml- une of mass varies tsthe 'cube of
the radius, sad-as the mechanical preo
Ssure o light oh the whoWle sutace
L* floz e wri. asu am Ow (lat d as the
f 1L twPe ee s 13a50LT.4sa.t..
t# a opere iwe state smaller ad
Al '.vi. gaJt ear e aaes s A t the prs.
INres K t dt w eold pqpaes so

lwb y the'mei h eal forne ofta ight.
4'1-V. ulk g -eliuu"r.
F^' ^ l ri Mom*.i^ '

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'e NOTIOE---The Old (ryxtal
e )'rL '...N 3 Olthes Cleaner halis moved back
": \N oato Oitrus Ave.: ,1 is now pre..
Spared to lix your iotbeR in an
l. ..- ,,.Xlttsuioa, tjrodihandnt. up-to-date munliel.
S J. Park, Prop.
"the .MN ,, K.. 41, with its
eeM~Obhnent of 82 ,.mn hers,, had WHY YOUTH PJO3TED CARY
s Sne fl progriumi B1 day. *A!l New Reason Advandd fwr Advocatln0
parched ih double column to tihe. Eeation of Candidate for Po-
A. M. church. Tie program litloal Office.-
S .w..l. Singing, 2. Vrayr, hero are many reasons advanced
a fine address of welcone by 'by friends of political candidates why
R' "f. Mrs. Walliso an I response their favorite should be elected to q(-
ST. L is, i h;.'W was cot some of whidh are humorous as
byLr Louis, wh;->' was the is the following:
best in all the histo.-y of ,Qrystal Nearly a year ago, Congressman
kiver, 1. preachlini. by Rev. William J. Cary aluounced his can-
*f irkt 5~ Collection didacy for the office o( mayop at the
T.. ri .n next election, and immediately his
v iWia motinta ti $12.45. Dis- friends started booting him for the
nmiased by McGe-. "Job." Whenever they could get a
., ... man "cornered" they would Immedi-
Sunduy was it I ,'t dny. Much ately expound the virtues of Mr. Cary.
ipprness with l. entire body. A little boy approached a voter near
S. the North-Western depot.
Th bTg rally' t off. Rev. "Say, mister, will you vto for Mr.
Wallise was g C ('d by Rev. Cary for mayor?" lie asked.
Williami, McO,., ul others to' "Well, seeing as how you wfre kind
e enough to ask me, I will, my little
raise money .fr railingg the, man," returned the man good-natured.
church. Armotion raised for ly.
painting the cht',; was (125.50, "Thanks," said the little boy hap.
plly,- and he started to walk away.
of which the Mt. ').ivOe Baptist The man, however, stopped him with
church gave $72.. :. a question.
aV am fn A fw A I- f _

ritory than y other of the Indian
Since the eighteenth century It has
been ruled bythe Gurkas, who fr ourse There Are Other Resna,
nish to the -Indian army some of the but These Ape the Ideas of the
most perfect soldiers in the world. ut T frgette Lady,
For practical purposes the country is uffragett Lady.
almost as closely secluded from uro- "Why does a man like a dog". ,
spectns as Thit to kinmany -spoinded the suffragette lady, fierce-
spcThe Terisaln wh. ly, and repeated. "Why does a man
The'Teral, where Kingt eorge was like a dog? Well, there are numerous
lately encamped, is the low-lying jun- reasons, though a dog is not a reason-
gle tract bordering on the Indian plain, Ing being. A dog will lick the hand
a region extraordinarily rich In wild that bats It; a dog will at a crust
animals, including elephants, thecap a a bon-and bless the giver; a dog
valuable of which Isduar highly organized thinks whatever a man does is right
and valuableIndustry. and proper; a dog has no rights that
The maharaja of Nepal, whose death a man boa dog spec no rights thatsks
by the way occurred on December 11 li o embarrassing questions; a* o
was a titular sovereign only, the real always grate u, no matteroa r what;
ruler being the hereditary brit, e a dog does not ask the rban to stay at
step, W bo visited ngland a f homew e ihts a do Is stised to love
months ago. be has the title of ma. hoensghtst alete
edt sa t ttldttdog.or not; a dog subats tos my and
-e othe .,-e..- -u all mpositle s without pr test a dog
e rese t,w* the O*T' o. d "notConsider.Itself muase.qua;
'orfakwbs, w*h the ,Ium gow adog leti a a' hqve hls own way; a
0=0et thoroughly respee Is that tog doesa'; want hto aism; a doa is
eTy Uttle 1a known o da gsat part .^ a t i.
of Nepals and that m0c0 of tb ava is 1 gt l.to o toAhth?2wn
abe Information aS to SOWual 4ad o. w taaimeatdree o lpSa he m -

- 0as 0e We o' h ,#y 0 simg and a dog t t*ak ebaek-
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,an --,a h heed by )"i6* ,t b"o"that Is why a sIa lo w

S Why Nw* e .t P f in I,
tl4Wems is mMeep e ss Ot mee i -a- 1Mb
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*'* 'h bhe gstl0kedl 'Ies a black IfWs ak uisued a set of rules fto
4evTl sli it Will get usl.' td she threw the benefit of employees who travel for
the babY out of the wa1go to the road- the state, In which he says: "Tips or
side and then Jumped over the mov- Iratuilee are recognltions of special
Ing wheels to the ground, service, not an actual and necenary
"The woman was so thoroughly expense for the service Itself and will
frightened that It took some time to not be allowed." The controller of
quiet her and make her understand the treasury of the United States, on
that the automobile wds not danger- the other hand, has ruled that tips are
oua." a necessary Incident of travel and are
properly collectible from the public
Had Paith In the Wireless. funds.
Demonstration of the practical use
of wireless telegraply on water wasu Vou of Histry.
first made just twelve years gobe u o ioy.
tween the Needles on the English Old wrongs are so hard to root up
coast.and the Incoming steamship St. that every man sometimes becomes
Paul. The world doubted, but Mar.' Impatient and Indignant and rebell.-
coni was positive. The St. Paul was ous, except the man who knows and
sixty-five nilios off the coast -when the i has long pondered in the very slow
first Connection was established. 1'he ascent of human society to every
wireless can now flash Its message higher level that It has reached. His.
cver the ocean fully 5.000 miles. torical knowledge is got only by con.
siderable labor. Any good man who
CANARY AN ARDENT MOTORIST loves his fellows, when he looks out
over the world and sees It as It is,
Atlanta Man Has a Bird That Has is pretty certain at times to accept
Traveled More Than 20.000 Miles some revolutionary plan unless he-
In Automobile. have a pretty good historical perspec-
tlive.-World's Work.
Many dogs and cats regularly re-
ceive their airings in motor cars and
have shown distinct preference for Proverb Amplified.
these rides, but a caLary bird is the "The pen," said the ready-made
latest addition to the ranks of motor- philosopher, "is mightier than' the'
ists. sword."
Dick Levi of Atlantat, a., is the par- "So It is," replied the Chicago beef
tcular canary that has the distinc. baron; "especially If you have refer-
tfon of being the first in this field and ence to a cattle pen."
-he Is said to have traveled over twen- REQUIRES CHANGE AND REST
ty thousand miles In a motor car. J. t
E. Levi of Atlanta tells an Interesting Average Woman Unable to Be Happy F
story of Dick. Dick's first ride In an Among Surroundings That Havep
automobile was In a Premier 24, Among urroundng That Have onous.,
bought by Mr. Levi in Philadelphia Besome Monotonous.,
In 1906. Dick was one Tear old at A certain woman was restless. She &
that time, and with Mr. and Mrs. Levi certan out, but man was r not with t
his mileage around Philadelphia, In- physical wornout, but t was not wth t
eluding several trips to Boston, was wiser, perhaps, than most h band w
-.n thousand miles. wiser, perhaps, than most husbands. ,
The three motorists made a trip of He did not send her to the top of a t
twe hundred miles from Boston to rip of mountain where she was the only In- t
Atlanta hundr Octobe 1906 beoston th habitant. He sent her to resort where t
first to cover this route in a motor nthere were many new peoe, with
car. They went by way of Baltimore new personalities and new topics of
and Philadelphia over the mountains, world more than s he needed a cool t with the
along the Southern railway. On sev- world more than she needed a cool A
eral occasions they were out all nghat- climate. Frequently men who brush s
eral occasions they were out all night elbows with a dozen persons each day w
in their ear, sleeping by the roadside. b w adoren h y
Mr. Levi says they spent three weeks do not appreciate the solitude of their
In a constant rain during this trip. all wives. Sometimes when a man needs 1
the time running on low gear. Mr. as a rest to get away from miscel- P
Levi s almost always accompanied by laneous humanity', contact is just what 'T
Mrs. Levi, who Is also an expert at is needed by his wife. frequentlyy 1
thd'wheel of a car, and Dick is always even if she has enough feminine so.- t
the third omebe dDof the party. He city she lacks the society of men. r
the third metabe- of the party. He Perhaps her husband never really a
has become so enamored of motoringband never reay
that they are afraid to leave him at converses, or Is able to converse, with tI
home for fear that he will do himself her, A man hidden behind his news- t
badly injury Mot6rln paper at the breakfast table is not a
boyaj rMt arlhet Is eretion of the coWte paper he is a-
extremety hardy and isa great singer: too frequent fact., Too often his wife f
Besides his motoring, he has made does not laterest him because the
three trips to the Pacific coast and re- sphere which is imposed upon her is
turn by train. Mr. and Mrs. Levi too limited. Yet she may have been i
would part with him under no oondi- to confined to her own thouths all
tlons, an offer of $250 having beei re- day that she feels she will to crazy
futed, it Is said. If she does not have some one to talk
sincerely with, or some other human
excitement. Birds often divide the,.
STRANGE KINGDOM OF NEPAL are of tis young, and whe hfe -
male leaves the nest It sometimes r
Secluded Land' at Pot of the Hima. merely for change and rest There a
layas Where King'George Went are* ome who believe the Fre $
Hunting, woman is more content than the av- to
erage woman Ina other countries be- T
The ancient and interest little caune she has a share In the family L
kingdom at the foot of the IHfalayas .buslnesa She Is a partnerlanstead of I
to which the king went for his shoot a sort of upper servant-Editorial in e
is nearer to belasI a lBndeenda t t er. Collier. A

om the states, and It was not lont
after that his pupils were able to 0corn
mee and print their own paper. This
r probably the only yearly newspaper
n the world-the Eskimo Bulletin.

Old Volume Sold.
Bunyaq'p copy of Foxe's "Book of
[artyrs" was offered at auction at
sasrs. Sotheb rooms in Loudon
scently. There were only two bids,
ad the book was ally bought in at
1,000. The vendors were the true.
eN of the Bedford Utemary uatitute.
Be book was to have been sold nla
ondon last May, the Institute being
n financial ditfcltleL. It was ap ct-
d to realize from $40,0 to $5600,
Lt the last moment, howeret, the at.
nmey general Intervened in order to
soertain whether the trustees were
Empowered with the right to ell the
ook, and It was withdrawn fro the
WS After tavetgstiatc the attorney
sneral samN to the oonolualon that
he sale could not be withdrawn, and
consequently the book came under the
mmer. A first edition o Walton's
Complete Angler." published In 1U8,
t 85 cents, fetched $,750T




Drainage of the Zuyder Zee.
A. great project is agati before tM
people of HoUland-the drainjta of te
uyderf Ze. The aes, which, as eery,
one knows, la at the aorth % & Holblnd
and covers an area of ,00o heetaree
a hectare beg practI ally two sea
and a half.
Juat half a century ag a sebeme tm
drain the southern ports of th .
wa first mooted aa9 although 0 ,'
ev ed considerable s r th o
Mutton was greater, bh tnow a ma e
tlden hasa ee form sad a bm I w
be introdutee o t the eotaber. te ,
proaoters ses that With ai laera-g
Pelat a m *e bSt t ikm to3
d srge the o~a0 v asvd m1
stic t 0meait so e .t I wI-
of aoceimplhagm t. UIft "Alel3
quared tuere we SevesMll awh
aR n he ealt with late.'

besM'.t Ntrl ^'s -
*a W-jt- skfi l^ **Jikiil~''k ~ ^,.

of Sutherland in male attUrqipot V
a maMraiaj. The ineWO W"
deemed so sentoi' that a fampy e4-
Clave '*g Oalaed at itatord bo we the
mageisioent Suthbrilan resideeea I
ft. James street.
Bbt It was not the duke who MaMe
the trouble, but the garl of Rosalya,
the countess' brother, who ordered hs
sister to "give an account of hersjit."
The duchess took umbrage at this
style of censor and citing his some.
what lurid career bade him defiance.
"I would like to know," she is r.
ported to have said. "who appointed
you as censor of this family's mor-
al; 10so don't talk rot"
A cross-examination elicited from
the duchess the fact that while she
did wear a man's clothes at the ball
and also painted her face to a swarthy
hue to resemble the eastern poten-
tate, her trousers were very baggy
and a cloak enveloped her figure.
So at the conclusion of the inqulati
tlon theduchess figured that the earl
of Roselyn owed her an apology.
"You see it was all perfectly Inno.
cent," she said, "and done just for a.
lark. You really should get down on
your knees to me for stirring up such
a fuss."

Publication of the Eskimo Bulletin le
Evidence of Progress of Twenty
In the bad old days the masters of
he whaling vessels sailing from San
Francisco to the far north used to
give the Alaskan Eskimos raw "fire
water" In order to ascure the valuable
urs they had obtained during the long
arctic winter. Little they dreamed
hat these fierce children of the north
would one day be so advanced as to
Print their own newspaper, a writer IAn
he Wide World exclaims. After the
terrible slaughter by the whalers of
he alcohol frensled natives of Cape
Prince of Wales, in Bering strait, it
ras a rather ticklish job for a white
man to start a Bible class. Still, H.
L. Thornton attempted It, but he was
hot dead by a boy of fourteen, who
ras killed in his turn by his own
iniman. This affair happened in
890. Two years after W. T. Lopp ap-
eared on the scene with his wife..
'hey settled at Cape Prince of Wales
nd year after year, until 1903, thvT
aught humanity to the Esklmos, The
reindeer was Introduced from Siberia,
nd Mr. Lopp got his pupils to learn
o rear the herds. He also taught
them boat building, carpentering, etc.,
nd, to put a final touch to his valua-
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~Natural Avoidanee. '
WHERE DOCTORS G.,or of.NowYra.
WHERE DOCTORS *-Woman has her place and man has
Shis," he said, "and when- I think of
FAILED TO HELP termingling their places. I am -
m inlded of an anecdote about Lady G t "-o
Holland. Lady Holland once said to
Lydia L niham's Vegeta. Lord John so el 'Why hasn't Ard
e Compound RestW Wll,'or. d you must know,' ord John
Mr Green's Health-answered, 'it Is because nobody would "
ran ^work In a cabinet with a man whose cn e
HerOwnStatement wife opens all his letters."!" mwaft
Covlngton, Mo.- Your medicine ha o PURELY FEMININE TOA N.lr
fsm emore good than all the doc.--- -W sly P. 0. lans .madeblyt *
Ihad to stay In bed I poo1 a
four days because of All Shades and Tints Are Observed In
h hemorrhage, a-nd the Dressy Costumes for After. Fairy Story.
mybackwausoweak MODELS OF SPRING BONNETS noon and Evening Wear. "They married and lived happily 711o,i111011
I could hardly walk. FOR CHILDREN. ever after." k m'ee -bo.b 6*
I have been taking Grays in all shades and tints are "You forget that you are talking r i.I Sti s e in
LydiaBE. Pinkham's -highly in favor this season, both in the about two people on the stage.' ** 1 Am MY aid
Vegetable Comr. a province of the tailored suit and the a'A h'4 is rO
pond and now lean F lon In Shape Resemble Thoe of more dressy costumes for afternoon The Paxton Toilet Co. of Bostone '1m. 1"
I stay up and do my the Grownups-Shirrings and and evening wear. A touch of black Mass., will send a large trial box t ofM
work. I think It Is Plaltings Are Employed In often appears; but no less frequent- Paxtine Antiseptic, a delightful cleans-
the beet medidne on earth for women." Great Profusion. ly the collars and cuffs are made up n ing and germicidal toilet preparations,
-Mrs. JNKm Gazmi, Covington, Mo. white, and the result is modish and to any woman, free, upon request.
Two pretty spring bonnets are pic- charming. Collars of white broad-
How Mrs. Cline Avoided tured here, such as will be worn dur- cloth or satin, or other soft woolen It isn't difficult for a man to see his
Operation. Ing the coming season by little girls. materials, are Impracticable for hard affinity in a woman with an obese
Brownsville, Ind.-"! can say that So far a shape is concerned they are usage; they soil easily. bank account. h Company
Lydia E.Plnkham'sVegetableCompound about like those worn by grown-ups. Paquin has designed a three-piece
ha. done me more good than anything it is in the finishing that they differ, suit of dark gray velvet of the cordu- For COL6DS and elleldllls = 1T lan 11
elme. One doctor said I must be opera. Little details of making and trimming roy type. A little black is woven in is t' I the aching and feve rhn medy-rures Mth
tedupon for a serious female trouble class them as juvenile styles. with the gray, which gives a slight Im- cold and restorst normal conditions. Ts
and that nothing could help me but an Both these bits of childish millinery preselon of shot effect In some lights.1 d Uc.,1c,,ndSc. TOdrug stores.
operation, are made on wire frames and are good The short, loose coat is double breast- oAwil
"I had hemorrhages and at times examples of prevailing methods of ed, fastening to the left. A straight Loveliness of character is nothing As S
could not get any medicine to stop them. making and trimming hata for chll- collar of skunk encircles the neck but steady love of good and steady hn .co..U Al.l
Igotinsuchaweakconditionthatlwould dren. closely, and falls In short ends over the scorn of evil.-Froude.
have died if I had not got relief soon. Light weight silks, lilk muslins and shoulder. A bordering of skunk trims FRUIT TREES LE
"Several women who had taken your chiffon are used for facihgs. Light the sleeves. Heavy fastenings, fash- For liver and kidney troubles, nothing is ti lodage Itus
Compound, told me to try It and I did colors are chosen and small flowers loned from heavy cords made from quite so mild, pleuasnt and effective as pemg
and found it to be the right medicine to Garfield Tea.
build up the system and overcome ---- WANTED
female troubles. An oculist can do nothing for a man aus. 's m% ,
"I am now in great deal better health who is blind to his own interests.
than I ever expected to be, so I think I
ought to thank you for it "-Mrs. M.
CLUN4, S. Main St, Brownsville, Ind. 0o f
Fortssimo. \ Do yo feel ad tired ou t De I
When a certain Baltimore matrontes Bt"' ye' 't w Prk -s- "o
returned home one afternoon not so '. ', alo or tre ay loner I F
long ago the first sign her eyes be- tit, and lay awake at agt .m
held was a badly damaged youngster your serves all gone, sad your
of hers. Little Bobby's forehead bore ibitiont to S hwepad Is the world y.1
a bump almost the size of a doorknob. mightsw uasto
Heavens," exclaimed the mother. ake you wi dli. Dr. Pierceivid It wl t
"What has happened to Bobby?" work. It wa ill rsmt hdividual. It wm ila r"1
"Nuthin' much, mum," explained the your appetite wil coe bk. It will
new nurse. "You told me, mum, he I thesihany tm deaoy i yonr
might play on the planner if he wanted J I w k tha td dstoe
to. Well, mum, want while he was et 1 0p4t
eliding on the top, he slid a bit too e b t or ed a the ,
far. mui; an' that accounts for the coe i per eant. of allcam. It Is aWbyD
bump ye see, 'mum.*," ofd Bufalo, N. Y., whose edrir Is time A.w
bump ye ,ee, mum." great suoosse has come from his wide experiese and varied
Don't be wheedled by a penay-grabbing dealer Wto'44
ONLY oNA"BIROMOOUININX." tutes for Dr. Pierce's medlic es, recommended to be ui-es
b t. .ga u o wa 3 W ovU Usd the WorCi Pierce's medicines are or knowN oosrosmoM. T'k ewl ir
ova toieruUacol in CoANDay. k as their wrappers. Made from roots with t eeishel.
'-- _formng drugs. World'* DispeasMry Medies A-t s .a _- T* l
The Reason. -Y
"This purse is real alligator skin."f,
"I suppose that is why it has such and soft ribbons (with an occasional velvet constitute the only other trim-
snap." 'model showing velvet ribbon) make ming.
up the decorations. Frames are made The coat is lined with a beautiful
Every man Eai a future before him, small enough to fit. Many ablrrings white crepe meteor brocaded In black
but too often his past behind him acts and plaltlgss are employed, velvet, which shows plainly when the I N O P C T' N'"
as a handicap The choice of shapes for children fronts are thrown open. INTO R O O F C O A IN 0
sla far more varied than In the past, The most pronounced feature of the
GarfielI Tea will keep the whole system in and consequently their millinery it tailored or semitailored costumes is
perfect condition. more quaint and pleasing than ever. the combination of two materials. Why buy cheaply made, laferior rooflage that
Ocaialonallu we meet a man whof e a w For midsummer, lingerie hats will- Skirts of satin and velvet appear from must be frequently painted and repaired whmo
Occasionally we meet a man whose hold first place probably, but such is beneath the tunics and coats of serge your local dealer sel 0 ls
of fla thought r minds us of s row the preference for lace and braids,. or wool; and skirts of white clot: and
Just now, that it' l not safe to make ratlne are much used under coats of GAL-VA-NITE ROOFING _
p- reductions, dark wool and velvet, the white being "TRIPLE ASPHALT COATED, MICA PLATED"
JULIA BOTTOMLEY. repeated in the collar and cuffs. NEEDS NO PAINT-NO AFTER ATTENTION
S-f l.,-_ _____-1___. -. FIRST COST-LAST COST |
F R *IGal-vawnite Rooflng is the cheapest in the long
Swant every person AVOID CONTRASTS IN COLOR GIRL'S UNDER-BODICE run because it ismadeto standthe wearand tear o
who is t rons uM, --- the elements without after trouble or expense.
ach or liver ailment to Too Few Women Seem to Realize the It is 15 pounds heavier than the standard weight
end for free packs 'g Char There a in and is constructed only of the beat of materials. Its
Swant Prto ve tha Simplicity. unusual weight makes it proof against heavy winds
a they positively cure In. and a"l sto ,ormb.y
a h. e a Wid, Women, speak generally, have Gal.vnlte Roofn has been approved .t h
Hea ne os been very slow to realize the charm of atioal Board of Fire Underwriters and takes a low
orCcnstipatlo*e Todo heat and electricity or lightning.
sia w i awtllilato girve miltons f free paek. a few grateful llnes, and the wisdom s,^* Attacive m appesran, to -y
-o. cets a iakfli. Ftrk. f oidbr a rcgengit of trusting rather to the carrying out tbefo&-,be te o i t..- ^ .m-
ad cnaf &Je< fam M k, ddinP carefully of on e good idea than to the Uithae ido elier ato5n p fdaXors k fiat
over elaboration of several scheme ind of a climate. It has stood the ",et
of decoration and contrasts of color. -, l., putt o tMMo MMI m
S^~ ~ In one and the same unfortunate gar- r l I k a s N
H ageL Ask your dealer for Ga-v.nl.teor wrl esa
H Mosat of us have come across now boolets, "Galvluite Qualit"' aad lle l de0
fand agala, that weakmlnded and Ir- ; Poo. S.
I II*resolute Indlvdual who ecan eer ne FORD MANUFACTURING CO,
. llL~d^&EM35iU~ leave well enough alone, and who adds J- Jr C'"" r M CO mB.Mfc;
S* rosettes eof velvet here and groups of "( A NA 'C aAA sI
Sftrlls and ftrbelows, Util all the ortg-
inal grace and elegance of the gown
disappear entirely uder a mass of en- *
uar pano n idedament. To these more or less A
***@idnib o- as etalngleeS trimmings. the great ,
Reach dressmakers have always been Cambrle, madapollam and Jap silk
aone s so.troe y opposed, and it lb reilly a are' all suitable materials In which i.c1

m! --rt lcWIePrei for matter of congrattlatlon that their to make this little under-bodlce. It
good lattene In this respect should Is a specially nice pattern to wear us.
-i v-t. .a Ueai be makng ltlf felt at last, more eo. der blouses. The neck and sleeve are Reover a A
*1m S- elS lSl peoally as the beautiful fabrics which trimmed with insertion al lae. or situatlo wh ea
.- ms bawe been prepared for the winter am Materials required: One yard a A ad Roble Hood
sem, are so lovely Ia themmlves as re- ltches wide, one and onfe4ourth yard Every cartridge is
t W 8. ,a.*ep. gtboet- color a.d tstre. laisertioa, two yards lae e .'.
Aaa *ila. M al MW .- Wt-h. .. .
Sem_. m "iea' "d t s"gges$t were ce looked IiC as the ees of dEr
eraear t ,W -awthuiS ofo folded s k Styli. ut the west .ewfet girdle .
or .at ,oulo.etu Mbrought to a poin. of toa' h.but. t i ttl' i. co mmo
th ips I. the n pldl, of the be*1 with theae ao t ae a .
u s esW can We eas evesa ewbe 1 "girdle 0forj," 'Ga boe mua with # s. teWuble, R B a

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i s A dto flor m
xwest. In.- A5e wh Pec-ine -tue

m' F. .
I can aeeSte p
htf t tfss od poultry Journala in
faW th Oas useanr duck., but
1few who really sethe
gofo frear-
-i. brooud o

stne s them n tet rtsat
A 011tru eve wiM I-
s gtte- u eMIUu ts1k to raise 1 so

yelgo. aw, et ladin Ruest r, wl.thud
It isN v t B. of "Indian" with se,
tbir"|t madd" 1b demote It chief

t ae L tO roos to ka p lean, and pick
up lup~W~mbUq hg fcAnd lmsecte This

o solve thousetrso armneededs Just
js quite as a sy tak to raise a
lar tloek. of adian Runners. with
Tim &ro. Bmver Bothtred with luice.
tMar arf *o roots to keep clean, and
no expsuuive houses are needed; just
a leoroofod shad to protect them from
the severe winds ad snow lan winter,
sfi i winter In the PFarm Progress.
The butmes should have a dry floor-
coveriag of straw ev some kind of lit-
t*~ awthsW nst Mave a dry place on
which to,*ek
SWhill e Ire not a land fowl, it sl
not at alln necessary to have runninlg *<
water tar them to swim in, all that is ;
Miawed is plenty of clean water to
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Then Your Kidneys May Be Weak and in
Need of Quick Attention "
Backache is enough cause to suspect the kidneys. The
kidneys are in the small of the back. Congested kidneys swell
and throb. The back naturally aches. It -hurts to bend or
stoop or to sit down.
Kidney trouble may come on all unnoticed. A cold, a
91 {chill, a fever, a strain or irregular habits may start it. While
sick kidneys can be cured in the beginning, it is a serious
matter when dropsy, gravel or Bright's disease sets in.
Doan's Kidney Pills have made a reputation in the cure of
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Thirty thousand others are being published in the newspapers.
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A Resident of Aahland, Pa.
Cured of a Very severe Case, With
Some Dangerous Features.
Mrs. John Eppley, 916 Walnut 8L,
Ashland, Pa.. says: "I was near
death's doAr many
days with kidney
trouble. My back
was painful all the
time, the secre-
tlons from the kid-
neya discolored
and contained a
sediment, and oft-
en large lumps
would form on the
kidneys and some-
times would burst.
"1 wu in a terrible state and not
having a moment's peace. I came as
near dying as I ever will and live. I
started using Doan's Kidney Pills and
kept it up until cured. I have had no
return 9f the trouble, although that
was four years ago."

Of the W. A. Franklin Chemal Co.,
Roeheeter, N. Y.
Cured of Backache and Kidney
Trouble with Uric Poisoning.
"Some years ago," said Mr. Frank-
lin on March 1, 1911, lI found that 1
was suffering through the failure of
the kidney to rid the system of uric
acid. My back
waas lame and
ached It I f over-
exerted at all. I
often felt languid
and depressed
and the kidney
secretions were
annoyingly Irreg-
S"Doan's Kidney
Pille brought me
prompt relief from the. acting and
sameness and by the time I had taken
three bol oI was cured. Right after-
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and am glad now that several 1'ears
have passed to repeat the story and
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