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.~hm - I I I I II Take a good dose of Carter's Utile aver --then take 2 or 3 for a few nights after. A few doses restore your organs to their proper functions and the Headache and the muses of it pass away. in the same manner They regulate the Bowels and prevent Comlipafion. Oenulne bear ~ ~ ~ e--ill I.~l ~--.H h-lS. (~--.ll I~- I +: .................... MARKS CENTER' OF THE EARTH t BARBERS' NAMES ON MIRROR Lofty Monument Ir~ Delhi, India,[New York Proprietor Thinks Patron= Erected After a M'eteorite Fell Should Know Who Is Operating Near the Spot, [ on Them. The idea that tile ~:~rth'r is not n flat disk, but a glot~, d,*es not seem to trove "catlght on" In India. for they still talk al~out s certain place tieing the "center of the worhL~ In Delhi stands a lofty monument that goe~ by name of Kutub Minor. a structure towering high above tl~e temple of w~ff~'h it is a part. The appearance of this curious piece of architecture is that of a numi~ar of tiers of columns, seemingly tied together in bundles. At big In- tervals there are balconies. The Kutub Minor is of special Inter- t~t and note in the world over which the religion of the teacher Buddlm holds sway, Here, long ago, tradition has It a meteorite fell, ~ent by the ruling powers in the mystic world be- yond this life to mark in the exact center of the world. In commemoration of this mtracu- ions eyelet the Kutub Minor was erect, ed on the spot, that nmnkind tnight never forget It.-~London Answers. Makin It "Keep." It to tell in some countries liberty is preserved or canned. ~-Washington Post. l~apuans roll sago into a ball and roast it In a fire. The proprietor of a barber shop in New York believes It is a good thin~ for his business to have his patrons call each barber by name. To this end he has had one of Ills 15 era. ployees who is bandy at letteriul~ scroll the first name of each barber In soap on the mirror in fr,mt of eatd~ chair. When a patron enters he sees a row of names--"Tom," "Adam," "An. thony," "Rob," "James,"--on ~ either side---of the mirrored shop. Below each name ls an am'ow and a num- ber. "It's like branding cattle." one barber remarked, "I am Sial and each morning I hack into stall No. 2, The boss insists It Is a good idea. Makes the shop more homelike, he says."-- New York Sun. Marble Palaces at $10 a Month. Palatial marble palaces, erected in the Sixteenth century by Dutch meP chants on the all but forgotten islands of the South Seas, are for reut at 2 10s. a month, approximately $10, according to letters ,from mariners and Itinerant merchants. Selfish people are never selfish enough to keep their troubles to them- ~elves. %q This isthe start of Therds satt~/m~ comfort and cheer in a and th~x~'l no disturb. serves or digestion +and before~th~ day is former ~ users have found h~mand for a delicious bflnp =tmdier nerves, dearer any meal'-_ forn~: ln~an~ Protein (ln aM) Philosophically Considered. "Don't yo~] t~sent 1lie maimer II] l " which interviews are oft(u~ ,zar)h,d? ' "Not seriously." replied Se~taior i Sorghanl, "If lnt,orview~ were not more! or less lt~lble to g:zrbllng there would often bc no way In the world of exphiildng them satlsfact~n'ily to a critical con,+titueney. V;aible Evidence. "Do your constituents read tile Congressional Record?" "No," rcptted Senator Sorglmm. "But its w*lumlnous pages are useful. They serve to show that the people's reprosentatives in Washington have % Im I"a / 1'~au'i'u' wma"' Always a Well Woman 1~L "~t -- Sell Anthi' Tex--~'After a serius' ,l~tnes~, when my strength seemed as tho' ~ wouict not come back to me, I decided to try Dr. Pierce'8 Favorite Prescription / LSmile t as i'tomc" I had seen it recmmended Next Dose May Salivate You, ~o g~y that x felt I eou|d m,t go far ,Loosen Teeth or Start astray. This medicine did all for me thag u, c~,uld be desired. It restored me to per- (~ f~!ct hea~lth +agd strength in a compaxa,- Rheumatism. ~,,,-,~,y s aort tzme.and I am just as strong ann ,wen a~ can be. 'Favorite Prescrip- -- tion is a splendid tonic and builder for Calomel is mercury ; quicksilver. It women and~t is a pl6asure to recommend crashes into sour bile like dynamite, it." Mrs. HettieMcLane, 308 Bowie St. cramping and sickening you. Calomel The. use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pra- scnpUon has made many women happy attacks the bones and should never he by making them healthy. Get i$at once put Into your system: " , ..... d~3~gm ~ tab- from your nearest " t in ei er Notice this delicious If you feel bilious, headachy, constl: lets or llama; oraend 10c+to Dr. Pieroe's paled and all knocked 'out, Just go to Invalids Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y., for a flavor when you your drugglst and get a bottle of Dod- ~ p,k~. tablets andwntefor+f~e mad- smoke Lucky Strike son's Liver Tone for a few cents which ma~ aawoe .... . --it's sealed in by ,sa harmless vegetable substitute for ---- l~ilP~-~,L~.~-- the toasting proce= dangerous calomel. Take a spoonful Texas and if it doesn't start your liver and aKaralRhten you up better "and q~lcker ,~u/~~~'~ e~., .~_. ~ thannasty calomel and without making You sick, you Just go back and get your money. N,UAH~ ltr, iJMl Idck the next day; it loses yOU a day's work.+ Dodson's Liver Toffs straightens l~~C ACHE~ you rlghtupandyoufeelgreat. No salts necessary. Give It to the chlldre~t "~OR |orty Fears S~oan's Lin|ment because It is Perfectly harmless and Ilhas been the quickest relief for can net ~allvate.--AdvertisemenL neuralgia, sciatma and rheuma- Cause and Effect. tism, tired muscles, lame backs, spraJas and strains, aches and pains. "Didn't the bride'look stunning?" Keep Sloan'shandy and apply freely. "And didn't the groom lOOk stunned?" ~it.hou$ rubbing, at the first twinge. --Judge. It eases and brings comfort surely" ~-~sH d]l~e and readily. You'll find it dean and Th0us ave Ki non-skin-staining, y Sloaa's Liniment is pain's cnem:y. Trouble--a=,. Never Ask your neighbor. ^~ a, ~ugg~st~-~, ~. =.~. Suspect It Applicants for l~in~e Often GENERAL HARDWARE Rejeet&t. AND SUPPLIES+ ......... ~pi:rda'~ctors' Supplies, B~ltl~r~ Thetort~r~ofskiniteh I Judging from reports from druggists axdware, Eto+ Pi'ices eu~d In- S _O~ "1 willquicklyberelievedby Who are constantly in direct touch with forn~Uor~ run.shed+on robUst I l*c,h|nd leVVlying before retiring. ] the public, there is one prelbaration that PEDEN IRON & STEEL!.CO. I--~1-..'~-~-O I Dr.Hobson'sEczemaOint. has been very successful in overcoming i__Ox~-U_t Iment~OneofDr.Hobson's these conditions. The mild and healing HOUSTON ..... SANANTO~IO influence of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is %--DkHobsong .oo realized. It stands the highest for its remarkable record of sUCCeSS. " " ' ' W.H. RA~K~, PRES. '" ~~i:l~~~ An examining physician for one. of the ?R~Id~D PUBLIC &OCOL~AM~ ........................ prominent Life Insurance Companies, in an interview on the subject, made the .- Audits--A~ounting Systems tonishing statement that one reason why, ~o many applicants for insurance are re- Income Tax Ser i e jected is because kidney trouble is so - ,. common to the American people, and the Ualm National Ba~ Igld~., HOU$~O~ not been idle.'" PLEASANT NOVELTY "Why do you drop so many pennis| in that slot machlneP' *=Oh, ! like to patronize a propol~ tion that hasn't raised Its pricer Can't Bs Done, Your face may be your fortune, mla~, But effort is misplaced In trying to increase your wealth By being double-faced. Comprehension Not E=umntial. "Do you understand tile theories of that philosopher whom you lead so much 7" "Certainly uot," replied Miss Cay- enne. "l don't preteml to understand the plot of a musical comedy, but I enjoy it." NO MONEY DOWN J~.:t ,ow. ,.~ I~arll~l Dlrl~ipl yO -- , Touring. "Wi~y must they always have a third party along?" "To ,Iech]e on the route. He and his wife can never agr,~." It's an ill wind that blows eentrary to the predictions of the weather prophet. ure 6 BKU.-AN8 Hot water Sure Relief IR INDIO I Glrls!! SaveYour Halr With Cuttcura 5oap 25, Oiat===] 25 and 5#, Taleam i I NOT ONLY FOR CHIIJ~ AND BUT A FINE GF_~ERAJL TONIC. Cynic 1 Jones---Blinks says he likes to talk to his wife over tile telephone. Wlikes--I wonder why? Jones--Oh, +4hat's the only time he e~n slurt her off when he wants to. Im'ge majority of those whose applica- tions are declined do not even stmpeet that they have the disease. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root is on sale at all drug stores in bottles of two sizes, medium and large. However, if you wish first to test this great preparation send ten cents to Dr, Kilmer & Co., Bingham- ton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and menti0~ this paper. Advertisement. Out of the Ordinal'y, Nortl~ There- was something un- usual about the Vaughns" home tonight that I can't quite pluce. Mrs. North Don't v,m know? Mr, Vanghn was at home !" DANDERINE Stops Hair: Coming Out; Thickens. Beautifies. 85 ('ents buys a hottle of "Dander- IDe" at any drug store. After one ap- plleutlon you (,at~ not find u partlifle of davdruff or a falling hair. Be~ides, every hair shows new life. vigor, bright- nes% more color and ubundance.--Ad- vertlsement. The Malaya favor~ knives for fight- ing Instruments. He who has no sense of humor has but few friends. I PLEATING Henu~titching and Plcot~ Button~ covered wtfh your own mate- HaL '.Work of h~hest quality' prompt service. Postage preaald. 011, ~ order L TEXAS HEMSTITCHING CO. 20a-8 Queen BidS. . Houston+ ca=' W.orkingmen's Carelessn6s~. -~ Of all the accidents to workmen which occurred ln'-the Dtfmts of the United States SeeI corporatl~>n,: only about 5 per cent'were due to machinery causes. The others came-trader the head of hand labor, and it is claimed that half of these might have been prevented by the exercL~e of a little care by the workmen. In a[,alyz[ng the causes of any group of t00 a~ cldents it has been found that 90 per cent of them might have been pre- vented by the victims the~nse/3~.. .... , ~ - +++ _-- Cuticura Soothes Itching ~a]p. : On retiring gefltly rub spots of dan- druff and Itching with Cutlcu~a Oint- ment. Next morning shampoo, wltl~ '+ Cutlcurs Soap and hot water. M~a them your everyday toilet preparafion~ and have a clear skin and soft, White ha nds.--Advertiseme~at. "+" English Center of Industry. -"' "The Potteries" Is a district of North Staffordsh're, England. It Is the chief seat of the china and earth- enware industry. The principal+ cen: tars are Bm'slem. Hanley, Longt0~n, Fenton, Tunstall and Stoke.0n-Trent. all of these being..amatga~aated "h4 1910 as a single municipal borough ~tder the name of Stake-on-Treat+. The,= Wedgwoods and the Mintons" are the_ mOSt famous families connected With - the cl)lna industry. . Wheli a man owns but one snJt