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An onlooker shook, his head as he
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by the ton; He saidrpt throws men
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than 100 men with, picks And shovels
could do it."
, But another onlooker answered:
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be better still by your -way of think
ing to employ 1000 men with forks
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Had No Regrets.
v Mr. Conen Is the owner of several
apartment houses which represent the
fruit of many years of toil in the shop,
of careful business methods as a man
ufacturer and of strict frugality. His
first Job In this country,' as a Janitor,
he lost after a few days because he
could not read nor write. Recently
the president of a bank where he does
business said to him;
"What a pity it is, Mr. Cohen, that
you never learned to read and write.
There is no telling what a man with
your natural business talent might
have accomplished." "" " "
. "I know that," he answered prompt
ly.' t'Tf I could read and write I would
be yet today the Janitor." New York
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"Ed and joe were walking along' a
country road one hot day in July and
became very thirsty, but could not
find any water. Coming at last to a
farmer's house, and noticing a woman
standing in the door, they went up to
her and requested a drink of water.
"She said: "We haven't had any
rain for three weeks and the well is
dry." . '. - -- -
"Then please give us a drink, of
The woman replied that the milk
was all taken to market, but added
that she had some buttermilk stored
away and would give the thirsty trav
elers a drink of it. i '
After quenching their thirst with
buttermilk they offered to pay the
kind woman for it, but she refused
the 'money, saying: "I was going to
give 1t to the pigs, anyway." Pitts
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An old but sturdy Irishman, ' who
had made a reputation as a gang
"Boss," got a Job with a railroad con
struction company at Port au Prince,
Haiti. One day when the sun was hot
ter than usual his gang of Haitians
began to shirk, and as the chief engi
neer rode Up on his horse he heard
the Irishman shout: "Alloz! you sons
of guns Allez!" Then turning to the
engineer, he said: "I curse the day I
iver learned their language." From
Hunter's Narrow Escape From. Huge
Brute Which He Had Wounded .
and Maddened With Pain.'
CapL-C. H. Stigand tells in his nen
book, "Hunting the Elephant in Afri
ca," of a narrow escape, he had from
a young bull elephant Vjhe animal
had charged , the hunting party, with
the usuar result that the natives fled
at their best speed. He dodged sharp
ly from the path of the enemy and
tripped over a fallen tree, dropping
his rifle . and Just managing to seize
it by the muzzle as the elephant was
about to tread on it ; He then dived
head foremost into the branches of
the fallen tree:-.. "I made frantic ef
forts to crawl through," but a stout
branch resisted my progress, and . at
the same . moment the Galongwa
pushed in after me 'and pushed me
through the branches to : the other
side. ; Two drops of blood from his
forehead fell on my shorts, one on tho
thigh and one on the knee. Instead
of pushing me straight through ' In
front of him, though, he kicked me
sideways. The impetus he gave me
bent aside the stubborn branch and
the next moment I found :' myself
crawling out on hands and knees on
one side 'of the: tree, with rifle still
grasped by the muzzle, whilst the ele
phant was executing a dance 'and
stamping up the ground the other
side, five" yards from me, evidently
thinking that I was under his feet
s "I quickly changed my . rifle round
and discharged it into his stern. It
was -the last cartridge in the rifle.
Having fired, the rifle was taken out
of my hands, and I found Matola,
who. had counted the. shots, standing
beside me, serving me the second ri
fle as a waiter might offer a dish. By
some oversight it had not been loaded
and I had given strict orders t that
none of my men were ever to load or
unload my rifles. Being a good sol
dier, Matola had not disobeyed this
order, even under these extreme cir
cumstances, but had gone the nearest
to loading It he could.
"The breech was open and he was
holding the clip in position with his
thumb Just over the magazine. All I
had to do was to press it down as I
took hold of the rifle, close the bolt,
and I was ready to fire. The elephant
was turning round and I shot him in
the brain, dropping him dead."
Putnam Fadeless Dyes will last
until the goods wear out.
The Germans will mount 40,000-
candle-power searchlights on some of
their airships to illuminate the en
emy's camp. ' ,
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733,748 words, 31,173 verses, 1189 chap
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Allen's root-Ease, a powder for the feet. It cures
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Philadelphia Ledger: Vaccination
to prevent typhoid fever, which made
a wonderful record in the United
States army during 1913, only two out
of the 80,000 who wore vaccinated hav
ing contracted the disease, is being
used in the hospitals ot this city to
protect the physicians, nurses and em
ployes against infection.
Back to the Land.
A woman visited a friend whose hus
band thought of moving out Into the
."Getting back to the land is all well
and good," she said," "but could you
ue contented to live in a little place?"
"Yes," replied her friend. "I think
I could if I were the only one there
wno owned an auto." New York
siiesitl I oroihl
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"Jsst-ss gecd" Talk,
"vThen -man Ytn the Short ehangVl
(ant worked en him, lie make a noise
that brings the Tollcs, and yet that same
man may walk into a tor and have the
Just u good" game worked on him and
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lust for creaier r3V fti.he
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Xt medical properties are Just as eases
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meats, grain, fats and sugars of our dally
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u visea. iws u one of the moat Import
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. Craze for Luxuries.
, The craze for luxuries Is one of the
prevailing Ills of the times.4 "It is per
fectly natural for men and women to
want the good things of life, but it is
mighty bad policy for them to attempt
to get these thlng when they have
not got the means. This fact is em
phasized by a report from Boston
which says that many of the residents
of that once conservative town have
sacrificed their homes in order to in
dulge in the luxury of motoring. The
story of a man selling his home for
the purpose of purchasing an automo
bile was formerly regarded as a good
Joke for the vaudeville artists, but
now it has become a tragic fact The
report from the Hub may be exag
gerated, but there is no reason to
doubt that thousands of persons go to
the wall every year in a vain and
foolish attempt to live beyond their
means. The desire to imitate those
who are richer than themselves Is the
rock on which many an , otherwise
happy home Is wrecked. Luxury
once tasted seems to get in the' blood
and the only remedy Is a determined
effort to get back to the simple life.
Philadelphia Inquirer. 1
Not a Real "Bad Man."
A cowboy calling himself the Ta
ooma Kid haa been arrested for shoot
ing up London. We fail to recall the
young man's title In the list of moving
picture performers, but he must be the
real thing because he wore the full
alfalfa regalia and fired a gun out ot
a car window to the amazement and
alarm of several women and children.
Of course there was no chance , for
him to fling himself across a rough
neck cayuse and clatter down Pall
Mall to Windsor Forest No, the bob
bles got him and haled him before a
magistrate, where he was convicted
and fined eomething like $27 in the
coin of Uncle Sam's realm.
The episode recalls the remark ot
the Goldfleld bartender who was asked
what he would do if a so-called bad
man tried to hold up the establish
ment. , ...
"Why," he. replied with an elaborate
sneer, "It such a worm crawled in here
we'd break him in two an' scatter him
along th roadway!"
From which it will be inferred that
the simon-pure bad man is a thing of
the romantio past
Little Lfiula was a solemn-eyed,
spiritual-looking child. One morning
he came to his aunt who was vlBitlng
the family, and asked:
"Auntie, is this God's dayf '
"No, dearie, replied the aunt; "thla
is not Sunday, It Is Wednesday."
"I'm sorry," said the boy sadly, as
he went back to his play.
Each succeeding day be asked the
same question of the aunt In his seri
ous manner, and she said to his
mother: !.. ;;. k "
"Really, I don't think that child will
live long, He is too good for this
world." , "
When Sunday morning came the
question was repeated, and the aunt
"Yes, my darling; this le God's day."
"Oh, goodie!" cried the boy. "Then
where Is the funny paper?"
Naming the Weapons,
The Irishman In France had been
challenged to a duel. "Shure," be
cried, "we'll foight wld shillalaha."
"That wont do," said hta second.
"As the challenged party, you have
the right to choose the arms, but chiv
alry demands that you should decide
upon a weapon with which Frenchmen
"Is that so, IndadeT" returned the
generous Irishman, "Then we'll foight
it out wld sulUoUnes."
Ed I hear he is preparing for one
ot those trips to the north or south
Fred How far has he got?
Ed Oh, ho's written all the press
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the rear because of
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; "Life is a deuced bore. I wish I had
some interest in life."
"I don't blamo you, Percy. Why
don't you get a dog to lead around?'
; The Amount. ;
.'"Was Mrs. Pankhurst's visit to this
country really worth while?"
"Quite so. It was $20,000 worth." .
The 1,073,238 . personB actively en
gaged In farm work in Ireland on
June 1, 1912, constituted 24 per cent
of the total population (4,390,219), ac
cording to the 1911 census. Of this
number 810,503 were male and 262,
THESEGRET OF SUCCESS
Genuine Merit Required to Win the
Have you ever stopped to reason
why it is that so many products that
are extensively advertised, all at once
drop out of sight and are soon forgot
ten? The reason Is plain the article
did not fulfil the promises of the man
ufacturer. This applies more particu
larly to a medicine, A medicinal pre
paration that has real curative value
almost sells itself, as like an endless
chain system the remedy is recom
mended by those who have been bene
fited, to those who are in need of it.
A prominent druggist says "Take
for example Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
a preparation I have sold for many
years and never hesitate to recom
mend, for in almost every case it
shows excellent results, as many" of
my customers testify. No other kid
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According to sworn statements and
verified testimony of thousands who
have used the preparation, the success
of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is due to
the fact that it fulfils almost every
wish In overcoming kidney, liver and
bladder diseases, corrects urinary
troubles and neutralizes the uric acid
which causes rheumatism.
You may receive a sample bottle of
Swamp-Root by Parcels Post. Address
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and enclose ten cents; also mention
"What's this fjrm I hear talk of
this Cupid & Hymen?"
"Oh, they are a couple of old ex
perienced hands who are In the match
making business." Baltimore American.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regu
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bowels. Sugar-coated, tiny granules,
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Soiled Sylvester' Where did Benny
de Bum learn Buch correct deport
ment? FUx Hawsted Didn't youse know
he's Just come from de house of cor
rection? Philadelphia Bulletin. ,
To wish is of little account. To suc
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this desire must shorten thy sleep.
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SAM JOHNSON WAS REBUKED
Clevelander Who Had Termerlty to
Whistle at Tramp Is Promptly
and Justly Reproved.
Sam Johnson swears that this hap
pened to him Wednesday morning.
There was a ring at the back door bell,
and he answered,, being the only mem
ber of the household astir. He opened
the door, and there stood a hobo, who
said in part:. ; ,
"Couldjer spare a poor feller a bite
ter eat?" ' " f.
. "I'll see," said 'the hospitable Sam.
"Just wait outside while I look."
He looked into the larder, and there
found a few things left over which he
thought might appeal to a hungry man.
Then he went to the door to apprise
the tramp of his success. The tramp
wasn't there. He was on the back step
of the next house, telling the same sad
tale. - '
Sam called "Hey, there!" but the
tramp didn't pay any attention. "Hey,
you!" shouted Sam, with similar re
sults. Then Mr. Johnson put his fin
gers to his mouth and gave a shrill
whistle. The tramp turned and re
garded him angrily. -
"Say," said the tramp, "who do you
think you're callln' to a dog?" Cleve
land Plain Dealer.
The New Way.
The Political Friend to the Candi
date Here's a thousand for your cam
paign. Put it where it will do the most
The Candidate Any string tied to
it? . .; .,,
"No." ' ' ' ", '
"You merely want me to use It
where It will do the most good?"
"All right Let me see. I've got a
note to meet, some margins to cover,
the rent is due and I need a new auto.
Thanks, I'll make it go as far as I
ian." .. - ' . '
"Wilson says he's a heap Bight bet
ter than the people who talk about
"Shouldn't be surprised. What were
you going to say about him?"
Speeding the Sltstlll.
"Now, take radium; it's worth "
"I don't care what it Is worth!"
"Don't care what it Is worth? Why,
"No, I don't care what it is worth,
either by the gram, pound or ton. I am
interested in the price of steak, and if
you'll be careful to close the door af
ter you go out I am going to try to
earn enough to purchase a pound or
What, must you go? Well, good-by."
A Story, With a Moral. '
"Say, Uncle By,- why do you let
your farm run down bo shamefully?
A little work would put it in good
shape." ' . -. i
"I know It But what's the use? A
feller was along here a while ago an'
told me there might be valyooble min
erals under both my medders an'
maybe radium In th 'ridge up yonder.
I'd be a dum fool to waste my time
tannin', wouldn't I?"
"Some of the gags they get off in
the continuous performances are
enough to make one foreswear the the
ater." . ' . '
"I agree with you. But they are
going to remedy that Boon."
"Fine. In what way?" . -
"Haven't you heard? The movies
are going to put on up-to-date vaude
ville acts." i
: Just Once More.
The living skeleton wished another
engagement at the museum, but the
manager demurred. . .
"Perhaps I can work in something
new," suggested the thin one.
"Well," observed the manager, "I've
given you three engagements as a liv
ing skeleton; I reckon I can use you
for one more if you will agree to go
as a dead one." Pulitzer's Magazine.
An Unlucky Man.
"Well, I'll pay ' you that dinner
I lost on the Giants. What will you
"I think I'll take steak and muBh
rooms." "I'm afraid to take a chance on
mushrooms. A man as unlucky as I
am would be apt to net toadstools."
The Two Finally Agree.
"Well, there's one thing I will say in
favor of the hats and gowns ot the
"Say if '
"They're every bit as funny and gro
tesque as the pictures in the fashion
magazines show them to be."
"You dont seem to care for the nu
merous compliments extended to this
work ot yours," said the admiring
"No," replied the artist; "la order
to secure a first-class advertisement
a picture has to be roasted."
And Flare Up Lees Quickly. !,
Prof. Profound Now they claim the
human body contains sulphur.
Miss Butterfly In what amount? v
Prof. P. Oh, varying quantities.
Miss B. Maybe that is why some
girls make better matches than others.
Puck. - '. '
Trial of Force.
The Militant's Daughter I "bet my
mother can lick your mother. Life.
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Bus to and from trains and boats, or take a Depot ear to
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Fireproof Building-, modern and clean in every respect. Hot and cold running- water and both
telephone In every room. Single or double bedrooms.- Large Parlor off Main Lobby.
Because the tonnage over , the fa
mous Forth bridge in Scotland was 60
per cent heavier last year than in the
year when it was opened much of the
structure will be rebuilt '
When the leaves of tea were first
brought to England they were eaten.
It has been figured Out Uhat the
screw of an Atlantic , liner revolves
something like 630,000 times in the
voyage between New York and Liver
pool Of every 200 persons who live to be
40 years of age 125 are married.
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Asserting His Rights.
It was during the rush hours and
the car was crowded to its full capac
ity, and then some. , -t : '
A rather gaudily dressed young man
was standing next to a German, each
holding on to the overhanging strap.
The car gave a sudden lurch, which
resulted in , the - young man . stepping
on the German's toes. This irritated
the German, who addressed the other
angrily. 1 1 ! . v
"Mine friendt," he said, "I know
mine feet vas meant to be valked on,
but dot brivilege belongs to me."
10 CENT "CASCARETS"
FOR LIVER AND BOWELS
Cure Sick Headache, Constipation,
Biliousness, Sour Stomach, Bad v
' Breath Candy Cathartic, .
No odds how bad your liver, stom
ach or bowels; how much your head
aches, how miserable you are from
constipation, indigestion, biliousness
and sluggish bowels--you always get
relief with , Cascarets. They imme
diately cleanse and regulate the stom
ach, remove the sour, fermenting food
and foul gases; take the excess bile
from the liver and carry off the con
stipated waste matter , and poison
from the intestines and bowels. A
10-cent box from your druggist will
keep your liver and bowels clean;
stomach sweet and head clear for
months. They work while you sleep.
Miss Margaret Montgomery of Still
water, Okla., picked 700 pounds of
cotton in one day, thp record for the
world, although she weighed only 121
pounds herself. ' - '
Wright's Indian Vegetable PUls put
the stomach in good condition in a
short time. Try them for Sick Stom
ach, Biliousness and Indigestion. Adv.
- ' . .
' f Logical Effect . .
.. "Did you see where ftiey have found
out that lead pencils carry germs?
TAKES OFF DANDRUFF,
... HAIR STOPS FALLING
Save your Halrl Get a 25-cent bottle
of Danderine right now Also,
i :, '.'"; Stops ' Itching scalp.
TTiln ;Virlttlo onlnrlaca atiilopmcmr
, , vv,w.vwm -v--oo,
hair is mute evidence of a neglected
scalp; of dandruff that awful scurf.
' There Is nothing so destructive to
the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair
of its lustre, Its strength and Its very
life; eventually producing a feverish
ness and .itching of the scalp, which
if not remedied causes the hair roots
to shrink, loosen and die then the
hair falls out fast. A little Danderine
tonight now any time will surely
save your hair.
Get a 25-cent bottle of Enowlton's
Danderine from any drug store. You
surely can have beautiful ; hair and
lots of it if you will Just try a little
Danderine. Save your hair I, Try Itl
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,', -fSIgn of Recovery,
' Rev. ; Caller Well, Mrs. Mangles,
and is the good man any better?
Mrs; Mangles Oh,- yes, sir. j 'E's
nearly all right agen, sir. 'B don't
say 'is prayers no more of a night
now, sir.Sydney Bulletin.
Tn. Peery's Vermlfufe "Dead Shot" kills,
and expels Worms in a very few hours.
Adr. , ,; ' - ' .- - .
-' ' V ... Not, True. ; - '.J,,-., , v.
Critic Your book Isn't true to life.
Author Why do you say that? ; .
Critic Well, you say, "As the young
lady ordered a $4 dinner her fiance
smiled!" Did you ever see a fiance
do that?-Chlcago Journal,
' xne colonel claims to be a
judge of horseflesh."
"Picked it up abroad, I s'pose. I
understand they serve it in many of
those European restaurants."
; Very Loud. -
When the money of some people
converses it uses a megaphone. Om
, "Well, naturally, they are the very,'rHn n,, rTA.T e,T.fMC1 ncMrt
thing to draw them." , , , CHILDS GIANT SUMMER COSMOS
;,- -t 1 ,V-. ?. j. "-a, M - - I' PoKltlrelr th wort viper
A Municipal Tree.
"Baltimore is to have a city Christ-Tif ;
-"They will trim it with clean streets
and good, sewers, I s'pose."
. . She Did. .
"Did Miss Kaleseed get a runabout
for Christmas?" '
"Well, she married Cholly Fastleigh
on that day." Judge.
jurt (o jhov.. ecu puiil pr
' flucing ihtusmnUi f Sowar.
.J larger aod mere axquliite thaa
fr the (,11 Came, vrl.it, alius.
nywhere-ttneat cut flow, ft
eta. ser akt.. to.
eluding- 3 wthtr UmdtKf
i0Vitits frttjtr trial, vitj
Crea-e Pink, largest 4
anest of au Asters.
Fantr, Ochld-tUL, superb aw
Prlmrese, New Clint White, i
Petnuln, Brilliant Beauty.
Snort uaUTomate, aaw ().
jit l.. cv. ,.,v- e..j Ar utitt reillT 10 ets.
together with Note on culture, l utaiosue, TJ i
J-vW-v-' ' , r- io
Are you familiar with the Mexican ou, ma ciuniomie it "y!-sl?'
situation?" ' - - - - - SitaK
"Only up to 8 o'clock this morning.''.- "7""
Detroit Frtv, Press. ' JOHN LEWIS CH1LDS. Floral Vuk. . 1.
"Yes. daughter, that'e (rood stuff The pain in
my back is all gone I never law anything work
as quickly tvs Sloan's liniment" Thousands of
grateful people voice the same opinion. Here's
' the proof! . 3 .
Kuved rent in Back. .
"I was troubled with a very. bed ptln tn my
beck lor some tame. I went to doctor but be
did not do me any food, so 1
Eurchased a bottle of Sloan's
intment, and now I am a weU
woman. I always keep bot
tle of Sloan's Liniment in the
hnoe." X-m MBtildm Cotun,
M MjTttmAo Brmokljn, A. Y.
"We bave need Sloan's Ltni
' nent for over six years -ad
found It the best we ever need.
When my wife bad sciatic
rheumatism the only thiol that
did her any -od was Sloan's
Liniment. We cannot praise it
hifhly enooarh." -. fertf.
If Mtimt, imq
.-, Spraial Aakle RcIUtoi!. " ,:
"I was HI for a long tine with a severely sprained ankle. '1 fot a bottle ef Sloan's
Liniment and now I am able to b about and can walk a rreat deal. 1 write this be
cause 1 think yon deserve a lot of credit for puttier each a ftraa Liniment oa the
market and I shall always take tune to recommend Dr. Sloan's LuutMat," J-
f ,rr BmrTL Sniiiarars, Jrol,
M aU DmlW Z5 SOc aad $1.60. S!a's isatvwetive beak ea hrM, cattU. !
euad poritry sent traa.
AtUrtwa Dr. Esvrl S Sio&o, Inc. BwMaou.
aWatOnakSyrap. Taatsa Gout. Ca
ta tirse. Soli Vt Drrrit.
AniMBiy.,. . .v-tdk
No. S, 14.
WrTEM WTHias- U avetiasna, piaaaa May- I
I til tkie aaiMar.