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misery In flva minutes.
Time It! In flva minutes all stora
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.irtbiirti, soiirnnas or bitlvhlng of
., n-l'l. or -rii-tat lotia of undigested
J, no imtlni'HS, bloating, foul
,,th or heniliithe.
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w In n-KiiliiiliiK iipni't stomach.
II 111" Kuri'Nl, (iilcki'Nt stomach rem
r In ll" wlioUt world iitul besides It
barm I'-" l't an end to atomm-h
,,ulil forever l)jr K-ttlng a lurg
(yri-nt niMH (if I'lipiia INapepRln
,.m any rtruu nlor. You P-ullze In
,i minutes how iie.ollcria It la to suf
r from lndlr."tloi, dysiilu or any
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ocior In the world.
Dr. l'irrco'a IVllrla, small, sugar
atnl, racy to take an camly, regulate
nd iniK,"',c stomach, liver ami bow
j. I not gripe.
An Old-Tlme Program.
" tiiiimo yo'i wnist me to vote ei
lljr a you t'll in" to." said the In
Mint constituent, "williout figuring
question i i 1 on my own account!"
"Well." replied Senator Sorghum,
'bit Is h:il I have hurl to do a whole
l of times." Wiihlilncum star.
To the Merit of LydlaE-Pink-
ham's Vegetable Com
pound during Change
Btreatnr. I!L "I shall always pre!
,Lydja K. rinkham's Vegetable Com
pound whurrvfr I
go. Jt haa done me
so much good at
(.lionga of Life, and
it haa alsohelpedmy
daughter. It I one
of the grandest
medicine for wo
men that can be
bought. I ahall try
to induce other to
try It "-Mrs, J. IL
Camitikix. 206 N.
Second St., W. S., Strcator, Illinois.
Philadelphia, I'a. "It wa. at the
'Chance of Life ' that I turned to Lydia
t I'inkham'a Vegetable Compound,
Mind II as t"nlc to t,ui''' VP mJ yB"
Urn. with Iwiu-ni'lnl r-iulla." - Mr.
Sara Haywaiik, IKS W. Venango St.,
fTloKa) I'M la.. I'a.
San Francisco, CuI. " I have Uken
Ljdia E. rinkham'e Vegetable Com
pound for many year whenever 1
would fori lnd. I have Kne through
the Chanprn of Life without any troublee
an.l thank tlm Conitxmnd for it I ree-
emmend It to yoiinif girl and to women
of all apea.,r Mm. C. Hakkie, 3003
tth St.. San t rancirco, t aL
I.vdia K. rinkham'i
VfReUble Compound, mado from rooti
ind herba, la onparaU lled.
If too want ppeclal adrlre writ to
Lydia I'lnkham Medicine Co, (eonfl
eVntlal) Lynn, Ma. Vonr letter wIU
a opened, read and answered by a
Woman and hrU In atrlct confidence.
.. i..n..i. ii.itnr once YlltJ
the lnfiintH1 emrlinent of a achool.
nd amotiK the ninny queatlona he pui
to Ihn children one retiiirdlim tho
oumhrr of pippin " "I'l'ln uhiiii y
contained. Tim children were quite
unl,l to Bn-cr hit queMlon. 1 urn
Inn to them. h' aald: "My dar chll
4r. n. If you do not notice the mnll
thlnr.a In It f. you will Krow up Into
(treat. blK Idlota!" Iirl"K recreation
a few minutes nfterward one or two
little mltea beKan to piny wh"'
a n.oHt rhlldr. n do. A little Rlrl of
ill yenra took the part of the Inspect
or, rutting on a very serious air. and
looking very sternly at her mail
class, she remarked. "Now. I ttle cb II
Oren. If you don't notice the little
nna or lire, you '
blK Idjuta!" KUlnn her eye on a
mail boy, she asked with aeverlty.
"Now, you tell me 'ow mnny fewer
'ave an n?" Hoston U-rald.
Where He Got Wle.
... . ..a in Mfprrioi
"I don t aee any """ ,.1
to the wisdom of Solomon i. ' aald 1 the
man emartly. "Me hd 1000 wive.
"Yea." answered the woman, tartly,
"he learned hi wisdom from them.
Mocky Mountain New.
. .!... n .rrv too d cet me
ue i wifii, iiii'w.
a nice clock for my room.
Wife rmtemiPtlnKly-!f Ti" w"'
I'll e.t It back two hours the v
you ro te the club.-Uoaton Tran
,n iM hi HtH'igffl
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L STORY )
A Romance of the
Cuido von Horvath
and Dean Hoard
lWWH, lfl Hi l I l,eunn la LB 1'I1,
....a nnuKoii.r Aaira ii ai loraian in
vau.n la now o-rtnln. Aaira auc.la har
fnthr aa rra!.1i-nt. Napoleon Killaon. a
former pupil of I'ruili-nl'a. offer to ajialat
Aa'ra arul hlnla at nw iltacovertea which
will niaaa North Am.rlm linpreiinahla. A
man lvln the OHir... of 'lievallar dl
lon offera Wer'tefoKnln the aecral of
notklna cold In reiorn for lOuroijaan 41b
armamenl. Ttie rlimHlh-r la made a prla
oner. (Tounteaa Itxalny. a apv. tMwomea a
rrtaonar In the hope of dla-nverlna 11
on'a aerref. Khe falla In lova with htm
am! aarreea to Juln him In an attempt to
ee.-ai. Hy ttie one of rrketa he turn.
miina a rorloua flylna: niarhlne. Ha ea
rapea and ertida a meeaaera to Aaira
ahl. h reeala tha fart that he la Napo
leon F'dlaoti. He vtrnl Aatra that the
ronenlMnted fliela of Korope have aall-d
to Invade Amerh a He ralla on Aaira tha
following nlKht and aiplalna hla plana for
defenae Hy ttie uaa "f aeroplanea mad
of new aohatam a whl -h la Indeetrm-tt-hle
he epe-la to annihilate the Kuropean
forrea. He drllvera a note to von Wer
denaleln en hla rl'iKhlp demanding Im
me.llale withdrawal. He la allacked andi
by deetrnylna two warahlpa ami eaveral
aeropianea, forrea von Werdeneteln to
asr-e to untveranl dlaarrnament. The
rounleee who ha remained In America
aa a oat of Aa'ra. reoelvee an offer
from vtm Werd-nnt'ln of the principal
ity of a.-honihutu l.lthnw In return for
IM'aon'a aerr-t Kdlaon and hla aaaiatant.
Hani. .a. o In Bear, h of new deooalla of
the remaraahla aol.alan.e. rlrynllh. They
rind It on th ealale of ft. hotnbur l.ltli
ow The -..unle.a rta Hantoa Info her
rlutrhee Ph promlaee to reveal F.ll
..n'a ae ret aa aoon aa von Wardenataln
tinna over the B.'homlHira Uthow eatal
to her on Ihe day of the weddlna of
Aatra and Kdlaon the rounteea and Hantoi
rte. the country. HnntoB perfects ma
rhlne. la mad count and "larrtea the
rounleaa. now prlnreaa of rVhnmbur
I. Ii how. K.d'aon flnda a new depoelt of
rlrvnlth a.d bullda a new Heet of aie
ahlpa. CHAPTER XIX. Continued.
The count could not quite under
stand whether Napoleon meant lust
what he ald or whether he wa a
more r.cccmp'.'.shed diplomat than be
believed him to be.
"My main object In coming to you
la another matter. I had a friend In
my employment In the capacity of
manager of the manufacturing of aero
dromea. lie Is a very clever mechan
ical and electrical engineer, by the
name of Pantos Duprel. He ha left
me very mysteriously, and In the com
pany of the Countese rtostny. Of
course, Imprel knew all the secret
of my eerodromonee, and he could eas
ily betray them. In fact, manufacture
aerodromonee on hi own account I
wish I could find out hi whereabout,
a I have a few words to say to htm.
I know that the Countes Hoslny re
turned to Germany, and since Duprel
is with her I believed that you.
through your excellent eecret l";
would know where he Is. I heard that
puprel had some connection with the
Mncess Rosltta of Schomburg
"The countess, or rather the prin
ce... I at present on her Italian es
tate, at the Lego dl Msgglore. No
doubt he could give Information In
regard to the man. Hut I will, myaelf,
order Investigation at once."
Ill hesitating answer told Napo
leon plainly that the count wa etlll In
doubt, that their preparation were
not yot complete. He ald:
"I am obliged to you for yonr kind
ness, and you may be sure that should
.. - - when vour excel-
tne time rm
loncy needs anything from me. you
... . - ..nAe vml aa
will find me reauy m ,
Thi finished the formal part of the
visit and they talked a .hort time on
ordinary topics. Then Napoleon In
vited the count to have a ride In hi
-That will be a treat I have been
longing for a ride In one." The count
evlden y accepted th. Invitation with
nenulno pleasure. These two men
" Kot not enemies.
were anian"'"w . ,
Their principle, were """'nI1
we. all Theyaeoendedand at N.
leon'. glance Sullivan opened the door
and the count wa. courteously u.h
erod to the comfort
For fifty year thu continent of North
Ainrrli Ijna ,r, n la..lMil from tlx rent
of th. wi.rlil liy Z-layn, I ho Invention of
llsnnllxl I'rud.nl. ptraolrril of th uiiltrtl
'VTitirirtit. A inetoitiifn from fount von
VV'crilrnairin. i hiim'ellor of irmny, that
ha haa aui-i-r.!,..! n prnetratlna rays
haalrna lh.- d.nlh jf Tni'l-nt. Dytn, ha
van wa at me wntroi - - -
new I few thousand feet over the
towi going "lowly. o hU the count
poleon .t by him. explaining th.
Onanism In simple
When the count alighted on hi. own
roof he .hook Napoleon', hand w.rm
. and said- "I wish, my dear .lr. that
IV-U governed by the . -me Idea...
a. I would like you for a friend
-The time may come when we win
.. the .anrn ideals." commented Na
S n. The Kagl. flew away and van
Ished from sight.
Napoleon .pent fw hour. In he
caS.7attend.ng to committee affair..
th. next morning left again. HU
Jnowledg. of chemistry told him that
?h.r. .ho'ld be some natural mean,
there no"'u hi , )y deeloped mag
of moving the hiuy
ill other. H. welded to nva. a
thorrroirn .eartm rnrcmgli an the vol
ranlc region, of Western America be
fore be eettled down to experiment
- cnemicai combination.. He
alopptd at Clryne, leaving Sulllvao.and
llted with hi. mother a few min
utes before he left for the South.
Home Irresistible power drew him
toward the Garden of Eden.
He lundod once more on that beauti
ful carpet of green.
He drank once more from the crys
tal lake and started on hi search.
The bluish stnoko from a distant
volcano attracted hi attention. He
neared the active giant, circled over
It thon went toward the southeast,
where a new marvel of nature called
Inclosed by rugged mountains) like
the Garden of Kdnn, but a hundred
time, larger, stretched a green, fertile
valley. Krom the helRht at whicb be
was Dying It looked like an enormou.
basin, with a largo cone of almost per
fect shape looming high In the center.
It was an Ideal volcano, but Instead of
smoke steam wa. pouring from Its
mouth, and on It sides and around
the base eeveral geysers spouted hun
dreds of feet Into the air.
The valley evidently was Inhabited,
as It was highly cultivated, and towns
and villages were seen. Napoleon flew
toward tho steaming giant and circled
around It, lower and lower, until, by
chance, a liquid from one of the gey
sers touched the Kaglo's wing.
The aerodromone shuddered and the
two wings came together with a shock
and stuck. The machine fell down
helplessly, like a crippled bird.
It had come quickly, yet Napoleon
had the presence of mind to turn the
tall nidder to break the fall. He did
not know whether he was falling to
his doom or not: still he shouted ex
citedly: "I have found It!"
The machine crashed Into the
marshy ground with terrific force. The
man In It was hurled against the wall.
He slid down Into a motionless heap,
Ills eyes were closed, and the right
side of his head waa bleeding from
contact with the sharp corner of the
Queen of the Air.
A few day. after Napoleon's visit
to Ilerlln tho chancellor related to the
Princess Schomburg Llthow hi con
versatlon with the president of the
"My doar count," remarked the
beautiful Kosttta disagreeably, "you
are getting old; you should retire from
diplomatic service altogether.
The chancellor took the rebuke as
a Joke. Rosltta had become undisci
plined lately, and said what she would
"What do you mean by that?"
"What do I meant Can't you ee
Napoleon Edison's diplomacy Don't
you realize that you gave him all the
Information be wanted? As I said, it
la time for you to retire and give your
place to one who 1 clever enough to
take care of It"
"Our opinion, differ some-vhat,
nrlncess. Personally. I am rather
She laughed, and all at once turned
Into a different being.
"Don't take my talk seriously.
"Thl. I. a hint to your friend that
he may leaver'
"That thought of your. 1. .ufflclent
ly diplomatic. Stay. Count Duprel 1.
coming, and he will want to talk to
At almost the same moment Santo
entered. The little man was trans
formed. HI turdy, round figure had
become thin. HI whole being ex
pressed the high tension under which
he wa working. HI face looked a
If he had brooded over hi Borrow.
and had become almost sullen. HI.
eVoe lit up, however, when they re.tod
on Rosltta. She .till had the power to
do with him what she would.
After greeting the Count von Wer-
dcn.teln be told him that sixteen aero
dromone. were finished, tried and
stored awav. and five more were In
the workshops. It waa only a ques
tion of two or more months until they
would be ready for action.
-There Is one thing," said the count
"Prom a military standpoint. It would
be advisable for us to watch Napoleon
Ambro.lo Hale, Vice Pre.ld.nt, De
liver. a Good Aaar.se.
xvti.nn-a movements closer. We have
the aerodromones and why wouldn
It be a good plan to send out on or
two to spy on hlmT
"What can he dot" was Rosltta
scornful an.wer. If he cannot get any
rlrvnlth T Very likely he baa been
earchlng for a new deposit, but can
not find any.
-l onlv hope your upposlUon
tree but I fear him. What do you
think. Count Duprel?"
The count only hrugged his shoul
ders and let Roeltta an.wer.
"Wa are not afraid of him, and
wfTl go agam.t him." And h looked
at Santo, encouragingly.
"We will go against him." bat re
All we need, now, la the 'caaroa
belli,' " remarked the chancellor.
"That 1. simple enough. Request
the peace committee to allow a stand
ing army for European natlona," said
We will see," .aid the chancellor,
nd started to leave. He felt doubt
ful of hla course. Ha had vague, un
formed fears that haunted him. But
nothing happened. HI. American .plea
reported that Napoleon could not be
Two weeks later be received news
that there waa some uneasiness felt In
Washington In regard to the Inexpli
cable absence of Napoleon Edison.
These reports were repeated day after
What did this mean? The Count
von Werdensteln waa unable to think
of a reason for the absence, but be
was not the only one who waa puialed.
There were many who would have giv
en much to know what had become of
Hla absence at first bad been unno
ticed, as Astra felt that he would re
turn at any hour, and turned aald
the questions. Hut when the third
week began, and .till they bad no
word from him, she could not bear It
any longer. The gray-haired mother,
who auffored even more than Astra,
soothed her and eald she would coma
to the Crystal Palace at once, to ba
That evening Mrs. Edison arrived.
and embracing the wife of her son
he whispered: "He etrong and brave,
my dear girl. You know Ju.t a. wen
aa I do that he will come as soon aa
e can. I fear he has had an acci
dent to his aerodromone, but my heart
tells me he Is In no danger. Above,
all. we must have trust In God!" .
At Astra's request the various pa
pers treated the matter lightly.
Roeltta wa one who wa reauy
baffled by the lengthened absence of
Napoleon. She and Santos taikaM
about It seriously, but the little count
waa as puzzled as the. This disap
pearance had not fitted Into her plana.
She wanted to gain a victory over Na
poleon, not over America,
Her ambition were great, oui one
of the greatest was to humble Napo
leon. She bad figured out a devuun
plan to destroy his base of supplies.
Clryne. Even her husband snuaaerwa
when she told about It He tnougni
of the many days he had spent among
the men there, and the pleasant com
panions that he had left behind.
A tremendous bomb was to do con
structed; a bomb of euch size that lta
explosion would cause a genuine earth
quake. Great quantities of the high
est grade explosives were to be placed
In a large metal shell, which would be
dropped on the Island of Clryne and
blow It Into space.
Clryn was Napoleon's laboratory;
there were his aerodromonee aeiw,
and If these were destroyed, he never
would be able to gain the victory. The
fact that Napoleon's mother and all
his mechanics were to be destroyed
did not influence Rosltta's plans In tha
Seven weeks went by. The situation
was the same, except that the flotilla
of twenty aerodromones was ready at
Suemeg and Its crew was practicing
maneuvers day after day. They were
worklnc on one more machine, as Ko-
sltta was superstitious, believing that
the number twenty-one was her lucky
The European monarchs had all
signed a decree demanding the right
of restoring a standing army, and this
demand had been sent to the peace
committee In Washington.
This request waa couched in re
spectful terms, but conveyed the Infor
mation that In case tne same was re
fused the European countries would
act according to their own convictions.
No mention wa made of the aerodro
mone fleet, but American secret
agents had discovered the existence of
tht. fleet and a shrewd reporter on
the Hourly Stylograpn managea v
gain the Information. Whole pagea
advertised the tact tnat K was reauy
to swoop down upon the American
continent and conquer it Then th
rival papers took it up and vivid fan
cies were printed; some declared that
Napoleon Edison was held a prisoner,
and would be compelled to Join th
European forces to ave hla life.
In the meantime the congress ana
the peace committee considered th
Amroslo Hale, Vice-president, oeuv-
ered a great address, urging the union
to Isolate the American continent
(TO BE CONTINUKDJ
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uned it my knee v. a all O.K. and It hu never bothered m since. 1 alwajra keep
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"I Buffered with an awful tiffneaa In
my ten. That nielit I gave my leg a good
rubbt lie with Sloan' Liniment and believe
me. neat morning 1 could jump oat of bed.
I have been nipplied with a bottle ever
Blue." Hr. A. ileer Al.an..iar. K. U.
Sprained Ankle Relieved
"I was ill for a long time with aaeverely
Drained ankle. I cot a bottle of Sloan a
Liniment and now I am able to be about
and can walk a great deal. I writ this
bn-aue I think you deserve a lot of cred
it for putting u-h a fine Liniment oa the
market and I shall alv-av take time to
recommend Dr. sienn a L.niojeaL"
Ckoria AeuM of Kuioawre, Mti.
Sloan's Liniment gives a grateful
sensation of comfort Good for
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toothache. Use it now.
At all Dealer. 23c, SO, eaai el.00
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GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS"
TO CONSTIPATED CHILD
Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm
tender little Stomach, liver
Look at the tongue, mother! IX
coated, your little one's stomach, liver
and bowels need cleansing at one.
When peevish, cross, listless, doesn't
sleep, eat or act naturally, or Is fever
ish, stomach sour, breath bad; has
sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold,
give a teaspoon ful of "California
Syrup of Figs," and In a few hours all
the foul, constipated waste, undigest
ed food and sour bile gently moves
out of Its little bowels without grip
ing, and you have a well, playful child
again. Ask your druggist for a 60
cent bottle of "California Syrup of
Figs," which contains full directions
for babies, children of all ages and
Gravy, Cat, and Next Day.
Coogan, the customer There's as
much nourishment in a pint av pea
nuts as In two pounds av thot steak.
Grogan, the butcher But there's no
gravy, an' nothin' for th' cat, an' no
hash the nlxt day. Puck.
Mothers win flnfl Mrs. Wlnsiow-s Soothing
Syrup lb- b- at remedy to tjbb fug iheirahUrtrett
auiiiig ill leeUuuf lauiod.
"Do you think women are sufficient
ly alert and well Informed and at th
same time patient and diplomatic to
be successful In business affairs?"
"Alert! Well 'formed! Patient!
Diplomatic! Great Scott, man! Did
you ever watch a girl running a tele
phono switchboard!" Washington
Too Much for Her.
did you divorce your
"He fussed and fumed too much
"Oh, every man has a favorite team
to worry about"
"This man had teams In three dif
ferent leagues." Pittsburgh Despatch.
Whra. mother and men themselves are report
ing by the hundred a really effective safe, quick
acting home method of o ret cumins' the drink
habit. A very intereating book, giving Important
Information. Uluatrated. will be sent in plain
wrapper by th author. Edward J. Woods. IM
Sixth Av.. U C New York. N. T. to anyone
who applies. Cut out thi adv.; abow H to other
who may want to aav somebody from ruiaw
Husband (at the police station)
They say you have caught th fellow
who robbed our house night befor
Sergeant Yes. Do you want to aee
Husband Sure! I'd Ilk to talk to
him. I want to know how h got In
without waking my wife. I've been
trying to do that for the last 20 years.
"That's our general superintendent
son of the president he began at
the bottom and worked up started In
as an oiler right after he left college!"
"When was that?"
"Oh, he graduated laat June." -Cleveland
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