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Uncle Sam's Aero Boat
iiy ASIIINQTON. Foreign govern
VY inents have had their military
ml naval representatives In Wash
ington watching the eipertments that
'hlii goverumnnt ha been conducting
at Ilia Washington navy yard wltb
tln miw catap'ilt device fur launching
ariilnna. The launching machine
In (he dslgn of Capt. W. I. Cham
urrs, In charge of aviation In th
navy. It practically la a compressed
tlr gun that ahoota the aeroplane Into
the air ) that It can be launched
from a warship at any time and tha
i-aiapult then atored below, out of the
Several teat of tha device have
bean tnadn, various bydro-aeroplanea
bliig uaed. What waa generally con-
Idered tha supreme tst waa mads
the other day when the new aero
boat that haa been built for tha navy
by Ulenn Curtlss waa ahot Into the
tlr for surresful flight with t.leut
Theodore Kllyson. tha first of the
navy avlatora. at tha helm.
Tha new boat la larger and heavier
than any other bydro-aeroplnne tha
government haa uaed. It baa a body
like a light, faat powerboat, and teats
two passengers shin by side, wltb a
double-control mechanism, so that
either man can act as aviator. The
boat Is driven by an eighty-horse
power motor, and la capabln of a
speed of fifty miles on the water and
lity miles In the air.
This launching device la tha first
that haa been practical and successful
from navy standpoint. It waa prov
Postmen Cannot Loiter
CHARLES II. MATTHEWS, superin
tendent of carrlere In the Wash
ington poatofltre, and the man who
originated what la known aa tba
block" system of mall delivery, a
system that baa been copied all over
the country, said today:
"One of tha most Intelligent and
rut thru I aslstants I have Is Mike. Mike
Is a very humble aort of somebody, so
humble. In fart, that be even hasn't
sny other name.
"Mike la Just an old white horse,
sound of body, clean of limb and
brighter In his Intelligence than many
human beings that have been sent to
me for service
"He haa spent about aeven of bis
twenty-four years helping deliver the
mall In the local hotels. Ha knows
his route aa well aa any man who
haa ever served It. And. better stilt,
he knows Just bow long it ought to
take the carrier to deliver the mall
for a given hotel
"You can't fool him. When the hour
for atartlng on hla route comes and
Ernest Miller, the carrier who owns
him. In full uniform, gets In his seat,
Mike looks first up and then down
the street to see If his road la clear,
being particularly careful to watch a
little longer to aee If an electric car Is
about to start on Ita way to Alexan
dria. "Once started, be takes In each bo-
Whites on Reservations
ME M AM
HMIITE men are not to be allowed
If to have "boom" while the In
il.m gnea dry on Indian reaervatlona.
There la not to he one law tor the
red man and another for his white
brother where they dwell together on
the Indians' lands, the Indian bureau
The white man can have readier ac
cess to the red Ink that Is really a
writing fluid and which baa proved
palatablo and exhilarating, according
to the records, to those who need al
coholic excitement and find other
sources dried up. And he may slake
hla acquired thirst from the mucilage
Much Interest Being Shown in Muskrat Farming
ACCORDING to the annual report of
tha biological aurvey recently eub
mltted to Secretary Wilson, the rear
ing of fur tearing animals In the
United Btates for their pelts continues
to bo a subject of much Interest
Rkunks, muskrats, minks and foxes
are reared In captivity or on preserves
under control of breeders. The large
prlcea asked for mature black foxes
for breeding purposes have rerulted In
confining the Industry In tha hands of
a very few. Comparatively few at
tempts have been madn to raise minks
In the United States, but experiments
are being conducted In co-operation
with the National Zoological park with
a view to determining the most sue
eessful methods of rearing theae ani
mate. Muskrat farming baa probably
reached Its highest point of develop
ment on the eaatern shore of Mary
land. Muskrat marshes are worth
more, measured by their actual In
come, than cultivated farma of like
Experiments Are Watched
ed more than a year ago, whan Eu
gene Ely flew from the ecoutshtp Illr
mlnghain and afterward flew and
alighted on the battlushlp 1'ennsyU
vanta, that the aeroplane could ba
launched at sea. In both theaa caaea,
however, a special platform waa built
and ei tensive preparations ware
made for the flight
Tha new catapult can ba clamped
to tha top of a turret and tha turret
revolved to shoot the auroplana Into
the teeth of tha wind without even
turning tha wheel of tha vessel. Tba
device takea only half an bour to
erect, and can be taken dowu and
stored below In loss time.
Lieutenant Kllyson has been the
acrobatlo aviator of the navy. lie baa
ben willing to try anything, and al
lowed himself to ba ahot from tha
catapult tha first time It waa used,
when It waa not known what effect
the sudden ahock would bava on
either tha aeroplane or the aviator,
lie haa been aoslous to develop soma
practical form of aeroplane launching
that could ba uend on a warship, and
some months ago flew am aeroplane
at Hammondsport off a ateel cable
which waa stretched for an Inclined
Bpotted fever tlcka In tha two
younger atages live almost wholly
upon small native rodents, and tha
California ground squirrel has been
Infected with bubonic plague by fleas
from rata. The danger that these
diseases may become epidemic fur
nlsbes an additional Important rea
son for tha destruction of the ani
mals. The bureau reports that tha ante
lope la In greater dnnger of extermina
tion lhau any other kind of American
big game, that there la great need for
a suitable preserve In the antelope
country, and thut the buffalo on the
national bison range have now In
creased to 81. or 4 4 more than tha
original number three years ago.
When Mike Is on Duty
MOvf OH 1
I.r ..c travc
tel In Its turn. He will not permit
the carrier who goes with him to stop
on his way or loiter. If he tries to do
so Mike simply walks on. So when
be arrives at the hotel he allows time
for the carrier to take the mall in and
got burk, and if he does not coins
back wtthtn that time Mike simply
moves on to his next stop.
"Why, I can send the greenest sub
In the office out with Mike and he
won't go astray. If he knowa how to
read the labels on the mall sacks.
lie ts never sick snd haa never
lost ah hour's time. When we are
ready for him In the morning It takes
two men to hitch lilm. he Is so eager
to get on his Job. He never stands In
a sleepy way like some horses. His
eyes are alwaya wide open and he
seems to be alwaya on the alert, but
there la a conservatism and a dignity
about him that makes me feel proud
of him aa a member of our delivery
Are as Dry as Poor Lo
bottle with greater facility perhaps. '
These and other devices have been
known to the Indian while aeeklng
ease for a parched throat
llut the white man on an Indian res
ervation from now on may not have
whisky or other alcoholic beverage,
either, for refreshment or to cure
bla Ilia or aa a precaution against ail
ments, even on a physician s prescrip
tion, as long aa the ban is on the In
dlan. The only Intoxicant not under
prohibition remains tho wine Intended
solely for sacramental purposes, to be
brought Into tho reservations under
Circular No.. 695, Indian bureau,
signed by Acting Commissioner F.
II. Abbott and Indorsed by the acting
secretary of the Interior, addressed to
the superintendents of Indian schools
and agencies, directs observance of
the law In strict conformity with Its
letter. It also calls attention to ir
regularttleiln observance of the law
thnt have come to the attention of the
THIJ MUJK RAT
BE ATI TKS
I. w fc-
acreage In the aame vicinity. Only
one other animal In the world, the Km- '
ropean rabbit, exceeds the muskrat In ;
the number of skins marketed. .'
The report also calls attention to i
the experiments for the extermination I
of prairie doga, ground squirrels an '
gophers that are bulng conducted by f
means of poison balta, traps and oth
er methoda. It ts a surprising
that the dally forage of 32 '
rle doga equal th
froM-Hilch sot up one Amy.
Wouldn't smile, wouldn't I'lar;
Snatched till toys from baby brother.
Hmarlt.t the cat and riava4 his mother.
All berauM or so 'tis Id
lie got the wrong way out of bed.
WAKE COASTER FOR WINTER
Boy Who Is Handy With Toola May
Derive Much Pleaaura In Build
ing Hlmeelf a "Skipjack."
Tba boy who Is handy with tools
and fond of possessing an article ol
amusement quite out of the ordinary,
will enjoy making a "skipjack." Tba
skipjack la vary easily mads and It
furnlabaa no and of fun to tboaa who
like coasting. It takea the place of
and you will get a fair Idea of how
the skipjack la made. For the run
ner, you will need a stout barrel stave,
free from knota or cracks. In order
that thla may pasa quickly and
smoothly over the snow It must movs
with the grain of the wood and not
against It When you have determined
by which It ts to be the front runner,
fasten the upright piece to support
the seat about one third of the dis
tance from the rear.
The wood of this upright should
measure two Inches by four Inches
around and should bo about IS Jnches
high. A short piece to brace It ahould
bo fastened both front and back. A
board about 18 inches long and six
inches wide will complete the seat
The skipjack Is then resdy for use.
Let the first trial be over a short
slope. Seat yourself firmly, lift both
feet from the ground, and you go whlx
xlng along at a great speed. Only a
slight movement of the body Is need
ed to keep the runner In the track.
SOME OLD CUSTOMS KEPT UP
Horn Dance of Druids Clvsn at Ab
bots Bromley, Staffordshire
Scramble for Psnnlss.
The annual custom of horn danc
ing, aald to date from the time of
the Drulda, was observed a few daya
ago at Abbots Hromley. Staffordshire,
the London Mall reporta. Villagers
paraded the parish decked In fantas
tio robes. Some carried reindeer
antlers, one rode a hobby horse and
others played accordions and trian
gles. The principal residences In the
district were visitors.
The mayor of old Yorkshire borough
of Richmond presented a bottle of
wine to Arthur Edward Bayer of
Harlsy Hill, Scotten, the farmer
bringing the first boll of newly
thrashed wheat Into Richmond mar
ket recently. The custom, an ancient
one. was revived by William Ness
Walker some years ago when he was
Maintaining a custom dating back
to the thirteenth century, the mayor,
corporation and town officials of
Tiverton went through the formality
of proclaiming the people'e r!nht to
the town leat, a atream of water. The
seven miles' course of the stream was
followed, the procession being headed
by a number of men armed with
picks, shovels, saws, hammers and
crowbara with which to remove any
obstruction which might b found in
the stream. The bnlllff proclaimed
the people's rights to the leat. and
then there was the customary scram
ble for new pennies and buns.
OPTICAL ILLUSION IS NOVEL
Arrangement of Pieces of Cardboard
Furnishes Entertainment by
Showing Errors of Eys.
Cut out such bnrs ss these In a
piece of r.out cardboard and fix a nar
sow strl of the same material at the
ik, aa la Indicated, with a small
'ener, on which It can be turned.
ben nearly upright Ita elee look
' 111 but aa It drope lower and
r the Illusion that thla U sot ss
I Skipjack for Coasting. j
m at i i m 'e.', "? ' ''V
Vl M - -'---'-'
TIME FOR LIMING PASTURES!
Lata Fall la Bsst aa Wlntar Rains'
Will Work It Into Soil Spread aa
Soon aa Alr-Slackad.
The latter part of the full la the beat
time to lima the pasture, aa tha winter
ralna and snows will gradually work
It Into the aoll. A medium dressing,
about 40 bushels or air slocked lima
spread to tha acre, la about tba right
quantity to uaa. One bushel of fresh
ly burnt lime, when air slacked, will
make two buabela; 20 bushels of fresh
ly burnt lima will cost all centa per
bushel at the kiln, which la 1.20 pet
acre, not counting tha hauling. This
la an economical dressing for one
acre of graaa paature. The lima should
ba apread as soon aa it la air slacked
Tha field ahould ba run over with a
aharp Iron-tooth harrow, and about ten
pounds of a mixture of timothy, red
top and blue grass sown to the acre.
In the spring sow two pounds of red
clover, one pound of white clover, and
one pound of slslta cloverseed to the
acre. Tba clover and grasa will make
a rapid growth In the spring If the
land Is In good health. Lima sweet'
ena land; kills out sorrel; rota up the
vegetable matter; disintegrates the
bard particles of clay and puts the
ground In good condition, for plant
Ground limestone ts now quite large
ly used and baa aome advantages over
burnt lime. Being ground very fine,
It may be drilled In with the seed In
any quantity. Ground ltmestona baa
a very mild action on the aoll, and Is
not as effective as burnt lime. It Is
now recommended for light lands and
for land that Is to be sown In alfalfa.
Two to three tons Is said to be the
proper dressing for one acre.
Prepared lime or agricultural lime Is
made by adding water to cauBttc lime
out of contact with air. lly thla pro
cess 66 pounds of caustic lime becomes
74 pounds of hydrate of lime.
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HOW TO MAKE CORN SHELLER
Few Scraps of Old Lumber, Usually!
Found on Any Farm, Can Ba Made
of Good Service.
Where there Is but a small quantity
of corn to be shelled a shelter can be
mado of a few scrape of wood usually
found on a farm. A block of wood
having a sloping notch cut from one
end Is mounted on three legs aa
shown In the illustration from Popu
lar Mechanics. The notched part as
well aa the lever Is thickly filled wltb
j Homemade Corn Shelter.
splkea driven In so that their beads
protrude about one-half Inch.
The ear of the corn is placed In the
notched part and the lever pressed
down. Two or three strokes of the
1 lever will remove all the kernels
I from the cob. A box ts provided and
conveniently located on one leg to
' catch the shelled corn.
Alfalfa Worka Deep. i
Gasoline and oil help us to plow
deep, but there aro depths far beyond
their reach needed by the plant roote. i
Just think of the alfalfa. It works
for you all the time, day and night. ;
through a long growing aeason, and
the while pays a good rent for the ,
land. Alfalfa buras no oil, needs no ;
harness, oats or driver: once started
It continues its work till you plow It;
up, and gives you a field filled wltb
nitrogen and humus piped far deeper
for any other crop roota than you
could possibly accomplish with great ,
cost These things are worth consld- j
erlng before the alfalfa field Is plow-j
ed up to make way for other cropa j
which call for lota of work and ex-,
Hauling Manure. i
The fall Is a good time to top dress
! the land. Well rotted manure can be j
spread on at the rate of eight or ten
tons per acre. It should be thorough- j
ly Intermixed with the soli so as to I
Insure a quick decay. The organic
: matter aids In Improving the physical
condition of tho soil and at the same
time adds valuable plant food. Ma
nure also helps the light and sandy 1
soils. A top dressing will prevent the
soil from blowing In the spring. It
will Increase the moisture-holding
power and will materially assist In
Increasing the producing power. 1
Keen tools save time, labor and do
most efficient work.
The man with the silo la not worry
ing over winter feed.
Anything that reduces the cost of
maintenance Increases the profit
As a peneral rule, potatoea ahould
be plant. d on fresh ground each year.
A lf.o-acro farm witn a sno win pro
duce as much revenue as a 180-acre
i Peep plowing lncreasea the soil's
j water-holding power, also Its plant
; feeding power.
The corn thnt shells off w hile husk
ing can be saved it a coal shovel Is
'used In unloading.
It's a shame to let a vast amount
lot feed go to waste each year by not
using the corn stalks.
Asparagus Is a hardy plant It
does not need a w Inter mulch to keep
I It from being killed br freexing.
More alfalfa means more home-
rmA mnd ammller feed bills. It
naturaJir leaae so nenw j"""
tk nrdea track. wbtoB
' . to wut at this a
mnn' . . . i.,.
. . -.n m IDniM lam wm
profit, by f them to tfe. koe
RAISES the DOUGH I
Better Ulan ether pwdTS
producing light, daiaty, whole
soma cakes and pastries
ia high grade and
nod rate in price
25 lb. tia at grocers.
Oaacaa Mf(. C.SMnU
Aa excellent Manchester lady fre
quently Invites her friends to tea. but
she does not furnish ber table lavish
ly. When ber guests bava eaten all
tba kread and batter and cookies, and
realise that tha meal la over, she looks
brightly at tha empty dishes. "Well,
now," aba saya. In triumphant tones,
"haven't I Judged your appetites ex
actly T" Mancbeater Guardian.
OF PUBLIC APPROVAL
and sill forms or"
Robert Louis Stevenson once went
to hear Charles Halle play tba plane
at tha Queen's ball. After tha per
formance Stevenson. In his black
shirt, walked In silence out Regent
,tr,et to Oxford clrcua. He stopped
I at rtifnrd circus and. In a Blow,
meditative Tolce. pronounced this
! excellent criticism on the English
I musician be bad heard: "The man-
cer of the elderly statesman at the
piano was somewhat austere and
To Clean a Gas Range.
The loose parts of a gas range fre
quently become so greasy and dirty
that they can scarcely be cleaned
Place these parta on the coals In th
furnace when the fire is low and II
will quickly burn them quite clean
i ONIT OMt "BROMO QITMNE"
That la LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Look
fir th ulrnatur of E. W. GKOVB. Cum a Colli
InOoebar. Cure Grip fa Two Dn. Zbc
i Mr. Btaveley Hill. M. P., was at
1 Pushbury paid a peppercorn as rent
The berry was placed In an envelope
add handed to Mr. Staveley HUI dur
ing a visit be paid to the old village
: achool. In handing over the receipt,
he remarked that he waa probably
. the only man In England who received
auch a payment in kind. London Tel
egram. j Use for Cracker Cartons,
The paateboard boxes that crackers
' come In are fine to keep doughnutt
. or cookies In, as they will not dry up
' I also use them to bake fruit cake in
aa the o'.led paper and stiff outside
keep the cake from burning, which
fruit cake ia very apt to do. Ex
Through the ordinary course o
mortal failure and misfortune, In th
career of nations no less than of men.
the error of their Intellect and the
hardening of their hearts may be ac
curately measured by their denial o.
spiritual power "olttn.
Economy Due to Science.
When sugar waa made from beets
U took about twenty" tona of beets
to produce one ton of sugar; now It
requirea but six tons, due to scientific
breeding of the beets.
HOW MRS. BROWN
During Change of Life-i-How
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound Made
Her a Well Woman.
Iola, Kansas. "During the Chanpe
of Life I was sick for two years. Be
fore I took your med
icine I could not
bear the weight of
my clothes and was
bloated Tery badly.
Idoctored with three
doctors but they did
me no good. They
said nature must
have its way. My
sister advised ma to
take Lydia E. Pink
Compound and I purchased a bottle.
Before it was gone the bloating left me
and I was not so sore. I continued tak
ing it until I had taken twelve bottles.
Now I am stronger than I have been for
years and can do all my work, even the
washing. Your medicine la worth ita
weight in gold. I cannot praise it
enough. If more women would take
your medicine there would be more
healthy women. You may use this let
ter for the good of others." Mrs. D.
II. Brown, 809 N. Walnut St, Iola, Kan.
Change of Life is one of the most
critical periods of a woman's existence,
j Women everywhere should remember
1 that there is no other remedy known to
I i.aafnlltf enrrv women through
V .UVlfcWt.MJ " J
this trying period as Lydia E. Tiukham's
It yon want special advice write to
Lydia F- rinkham Medicine Co. (conO
j,...ti. ii l nn. Mass. Tonr letter will
a ofutajul. rwad and answered by
iresaaa aad fteld ia strse eeaC-ateae.
CVlar anotw arse. trt-t or n rfra--r
anr4l ana tm Miimrmn t. J to attv-ai P Ti
EJjiii. WW to aye, bieaoa and au -
CUTTING DOWN THE FLESH
Herolo Strugglea of a Fat Man Who
Thought the Scales Were
I bava about come to the conclusion
that the good Lord Intended soma of
his creaturea to be fat and aome thin,
regardless of medicines and so-called
Infallible cures, writes a western
man. For a long while I tried all the
alleged obesity cures end none of
them did me any good. Then I deter
mined to starve myeelf and take lots
All my life I ha.! been a lover of
good eating, and counted that day
lost on which 1 did not consume for
my dinner the better part of a alrloin
steak aa thick as a darky's foot, with
all the trimmings. For breakfast I
usually destroyed a platter of cakes,
three eggs and no end of thln-sllced
bacon, besides fruits and two cupa of
This lifelong system I abandoned
for an entire month, cutting out all
the meat and about all the vegetables,
a piece of toast and glass of milk tak
ing the place of my morning meals
and a little rice being the chief Item
on the meager dinner bill of fare.
Lunch I omitted wholly. In addition
I walked at least six miles every day
and did all aorta of atunts in my room
with a gymnasium outfit. Prior to
going to bed I perpetrated all sorts
of muscular contortions and rolled
on the floor till my body was bruised.
At the end of thirty days I felt fit
to run a three-mile foot-race or go In
the ring with the champion. About
this time It occurred to me that I
ought to get weighed and I made a
bee line for the scales. My grocer as
sured me that they were correct to
an ounce, but they showed I bad
gained 14 pounds in the period of my
Mothers will find Hit Wluilow'e Sootains
yru It a boat raiuedr to Dae Ivt Uuit aiUidjaa
uruig tie mining pariou.
Buzzing Sounds Made by Insects.
The different humming or buxxlng
sound In Insects Is caused by the vi
bration of the wings, and the more
rapid the vibrations the sharper the
Kund. Scientists have estimated that
'.he common house fly vibrates Its
wings about 335 times a second and
he honeybee 400 times, though a
cired bee moves Its wings more slow
ly and makes a different sound from
a fresh one. The butterfly Is content
to move more slowly and makes no
Push Cart Fortune.
The proprietor of the finest cafe la
Los Angeles formerly sold "hot ta
males" from a push cart, and al
though he Is now wealthy, he still
preserves this old vehicle. In erect
ing a business block to house his mod
ern restaurant he built a cupola Just
large enough to contain the old tamale
cart, and It may be plainly seen from
More Caution Needed.
An exchange tells the story of a lit
tle boy whose mother decided that he
was old enough to do without ber
sitting by him when he was put to
bed until be fell asleep. So when one
night ahe kUsed the five-year-old and
told him he was a big boy and brave
enough to go to sleep without his
mamma and In the dark, too, be pon
dered the situation a moment and then
said: "Well, wait a minute. I've got
to say my prayers again careful! er."
"House Sisters." ;.
The House-Sisters Association of
3erlia was established not long ago
:o ennoble domestio service and to
stabllsh better relations between the
mployers and the employed. The i
oclatlon haa a "Mother House" near
he city, where girls are trained for
fervicea, sltuaMona being found for
hem when competent Those In
barge of the home keep In touch
with the girls after they hare gone
iut Into the world to make their own
Rrd Onaa Ball Bin, all bin, bast brafaia value
Id um wboto woru. makes tha laumlraaa amiaa.
His Unavailing Search.
"Well, James Henry Williams, did
you enjoy yourself at the seasldef
"Tea. teacher, very much. I liked the
sea, but I couldn't find the lnthemls."
"The what, James Henry William T"
"The lnthemls, teacher; where it says
in the Bible, 'The sea and all that In
them la.' "
Some Qood May Ba Dona.
I told something to a friend once
and ha replied, "Gee do you want a
fellow to be perfect?" I said. "Tes,
but I never expect to see one, but
there's lots of rottenness which can
be cut out of the efforts of all of us.
Bachelor's Savage Comment.
A wealthy gentleman, who owns
country seat, on one occasion nearly
lost his mother-in-law, who fell Into a
river which flows through his estate.
He announced the narrow escape to
his friends, expecting their congratu
lations. One of them an old bacbelot
wrote as follows: "I always told
you that river was too shallow."
PTT.ES CURED IN ( TO 14 DATS
Toar draraiat will refund monev If PAZO OTNT.
MKNT faila to cure mny rsa of Itrhinr. Blind.
BlaaiilnaT or ProtruOins i'ilaa In to U Wa. too.
Trouble for the Future.
First M. D. (from bedside of wealthy
bachelor) He Is sleeping naturally-
he will recover. Second M. D. Tes,
the worst Is over. First M. D. No,
the worst Is yet to come. Second M
D. How U thatT First M. D- We
hare yet to break the news to his
Pay Big Price for Water.
Water is sold by the ton at Fer
nambuco, Brazil. It la piped from
springs eight miles out from ths city,
and Is furnished to ships at eighty-one
cents a ton within the harbor.
Hen Holda World's Record.
A Barred Plymouth Rock ben at the
Kansas station bolda the Drat place
tha world S reooroe in mm provuw
.. wtta III man to ar eewcui
i -.n .v oNr dry. !-
aa urmtmt, p. we v.
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Took Mother Literally.
Marian pointed to the class or
cup when she wished a drink, titter'
Ing inarticulate sounds Intended to
convey ner desire. Bhe was old
enough to talk some, but she had
never been taught to ask for a drink.
Mother said to her: "When yon want
a drink, Marian, you say. 'Mamma, or
papa, or Haxel, or Mildred, drink."
The next time Marian wished a drink
she pointed to tha cup and said:
"Mamma, papa,' Haxel, Mildred, dlnk
Eyeglass wearers hare long sue
complained that people are careless
with umbrellas. Many pairs of glasses
have been knocked off and broken by
persons who selfishly refuse to move
an umbrella so aa to allow other peo
ple to easily pass. A fsw even per
sist In dangerously spinning an um
brella along a crowded street, endan
gering the glasses and sometimes eyea
of passing walkers.
Mandy What fob yo ben gotn' to
de postofflce so reglarf Are yo eor
respondln' wlf some other female !"
Rastus "Nope; but since ah been a
readln In de papers tout dese 'cor
science funds ah kind of thought all
might possibly git a lettah from dal
mlnlstah what married us." Life.
SURELY NOT, especiaRy when It
comes to a case of Poor Appetite,
Sick Headache, Indigestion, Costive
ness, Biliousness, Coids or Malarial
Disorders. It is then that
proves its merit. You really should
try a bottle without delay. It wil
aid you wonder! uUy.
"DIDN'T HURT A BIT
. is what they all say
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work flniahad In an.
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