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i KiuO. 1 Have Always Bought, and which has been :?
la use for over GO years, has borne the signature of :
and has been made under his per- ;
4 sonal supervision since its infancy.;
WV, Allow no one to d
i deceive you in th Is.
- All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
I2xici'iiieuts that trifle with and endanger the health! ' -'.
Infants and Chlldreu Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTQfilA
Castorla is a harness substitute for Castor Oil, Pare-; :,.
goric, Drops aiid Soothing Syrups.;-It is Pleasant. It v
- contains neither Opium, Morphine nor 1 other Narcotic
, substance. 4ta hge isits guaranc. It destroys "Worms "
and allays Feverlshness. ; It cures, piarrhcea and"Wlnd ' ;
Colic. It relieves Teething- Troubles; cures Constipation ;
and riatulency. dt assimilates the Food; regulates the.
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy 'and natural sleep Jt,
The ChUdren's liivnacea The Mother's Friend. :V
cunuinE CASTOR I Aaiavs
- v- ,9Beaxs. the Signature of
In Use For 0pr 30 Year -
THE CCCITAUR COMPANY, f" MUBIUW TRCCTt HtW4fOBK CITY.
. C ,. Y3 : CF SPA!?!.
Splendid Horeemen, but . They Un
Their Spure Without Mercy.
Tbe perfection of Spanish horseman
ship Is to be seen among tbe vaqueros.
ganaderos Hi garrochistaa, by which
.various names the mounted herdsmftS
had rrED rooms.
kind H Had Sign. Out to Let the
,.: " Neighbore' Knew. ' f ;
Jn a lUle settlement pn tbe outskirts
of Chicago two houses 'stand out more
oldUy than the es.'v: These two are
the domiciles of two" Italians'! means,
of the AndulUsian plains are kuown-f, who. aU though being very Ignorant
In brief, what we should call, a cow
boy. Every farm seems to maintain a
large number of these, for each herd,,
flock or drove has Its own herdsman,
goatherd or swineherd, as the case
may be. The vaqueros are a fine look
ing lot ot men. Tall, thin, light and,
loosely made,' they look Ideal horse
men, as, in point of fact, they areT"
though their mounts -are poor. ;
The vaquero rides very . high on a
huge saddle, with -avlong stirrup and
straight leg,: using a.' single rein and
a very heavy curb,' Dut he has such
beautiful Bands that, although using,
this barbarous -bit, "he never chts his.
horses Jfcputh about It Is different
with the animal's sides, however, for.
he uses his spurs . without mercy, and.
the white horses of which there are
large number all have; ominous red
stains behind the girths.
All the herdsmen-who look: after
cattle carry a long lance, called a gar-.
rocha, of thick and heavy wood, which,.
except when standing still, .they al
ways carry ?ln rest" and not .''at the
carry," presumably on account of Its
great length and possibly its weight
With this weapon. In the use of which
he acquires amazing - dexterity, the
garrochlsta Is able to control the most
unruly brutes In the herd, not except
ing, the savage fighting bull. Wide
World Magazine. :. -
men, vied; with- each other for the
octal leadership pf the-locallty. .
iiQn jday a 4ev'comcrlA 'Bearcb: of
Spmppraryy lodgings, ,?atracted by' a
eonspjcnbtls sign In the wlndpw of the
firsts of . thssetW houses; Stepped to
the, aopfiito.toakequiry. u -
irl aeeyounave furnished . rooms
here," he said. to,. the swarthy man who
answered; his knocks
-rxa,r rejoined; the- foreigner, point
ing to ithe- furnished room sign, "dere's
da Sign." -.;.!,;;'
"WelL if yon have one that's sultaWe
I'd Uk torrent it for awhile.";
'."Wftno.-.reutfdtt rooms, was the be-
wilaenng declaration. , "I got my ram
lly : habere, land fley takjjp all da
.Ihusei?55wii,-(f 'v-r-t '
'Don't rentisny rooms? - Why, then.
have you that sign stuck in the win-
dow-rbi'-sV sm: J.tvll
'iai 'tell; you. .Xas'. IweeK dat fellow
next door hang such arstgn In hla front
window, an' we'n.Isee. dat I put one
Of da aroe.klnd In my .front window.
just to show da people dat he ain't
Only man ln idis -place dat. have bis
rooms' furnished ."'-Judge's Library.
' "She has such a natural charm about
her!" - ' ....
"'Yes, but It Is artiflclal."-Jndge.
t i "Ats is our Banner
year in the sale of
Buggies and we thank :
one and all for; their
is liberal patronage and,
.hope by our earnest '
eftjnrt to fill any and
all orders for .our
- Hand Made BuggieB.x
that -we may have
' your future business,"
We wish you all a
prosperous year. 1911'
A piece of flannel dampened with
Chamberlain's Liniment and bound "on
to the affected parts is superior to any
plaster. When troubled with lame back
or pains in trie side or cnest give it
trial and you are certain to be more than
pleased with the prompt relief which it
artords. Sold by ail dealers. .
O. S. Waters .Sons.
BROAD STREET- - ' " NEW BERN, N. C.
. - Dodaind a Lion Hunter.
The fondness that some people have
tor contact with notables Is not al
ways shared by the notables them
selves. It is told or tbe late tiaron
Huddleston that he once tried to ob
tain a seat next to a duke at the table
d'hote in a ' hotel where ' both were
guests. - That ' this' proxlmlt to, the
great man might be brought about the
baron gave the waiter a. sovereign,
The servant proved a traitor, tfnd, an
explanation being demanded, he con
fessed that thekduke had given. him
two sovereigns not to give the bason
the coveted, Reat.
LIVESTOCK CO. J
, JUSTRECElVEb ,f
hi" ' vj('i?i"ir;!"""" "
J S Front Street.
New Bern. N. C.
Boilets) Automobile,-. :
AdciSent, ;Healtliy arid Live
NEW BERN BUILDING & LOAN ' ASSOCIATION.
. W. Q. BOYQ,
' 321-32 Elks Temple
New Bern, N.'Cx
FOR THAT TERRIBLE ITCHING,
E.'ten.a. tetter and salt rheum keep
their victims in Demetual torment.) The
application of Chamberlain's Salve will
instantly allay this ltcmng, ami many
:ases have been cured by its use, t or
4ale by all dealers. . . .. '
; . ; " ". i ! '
1 . Th Youna French Girl. '
A voass French girl enters tbe thea
ter with her father.. Sne tases uer
seat directly ki front of the privileged
American Ktrls "flnlsbtng" . tneir , eou
cation. Her untouched noweruae ibcb
is -alleht with - anticipated pleasure.
with a soft vividness or intelligence
that could never be cursed wits the
word "brainy."' Her hair Is bouna
with a little old fashion! snood and.
Hnv buckle: a Strangely simple even
Ing dress covers the exquisite ardor
of her slender body. Quickly ! four
faces, the faces of the overindulged,
tbe overpreeoclous, the overathletlo and
the" overdressed... turn to study- her.
Tberf fe sometblntf to learn In this lit
tle Irenclr maloV whose eyes hever
meetV man's, whd Js never allowed to
wnik alone on tbe street," wnose un
conscious grace envelops her like a
vetTT who la sheltered like a delicate
bird, yet trained to the utmost energy,
reserve, accomplishment' and useful-
ness.-AtJafltlc. ' T: , 1 ;.'.
:: f it ;Bb That.a' :
-."The young chap whose . morals I
tremble for just now Is cqy nephew,"
the city salesman remarked. ' "He has
.ia position as errand boy in a banking
bouse. He is a ' bright lad and as
steady as they make 'em, but since he
got that. Job. In the bank' his women
relations are urging' him Into crime.
The do not advise him to nick his
employers' pockets or run away with
the day's deposits, but the principle In
volved is Just as reprehensible. They
ask him to .abstract a few bags that
the 'silver money ' is carried , in. The
women want those hags for sofa pil
low covers. , They are made of. material-
that, will never wear out and
-feathers and' down simply cannot sift
through.- ByTjoldly asking for what
be wanted tbe boy has secured enough
bags to incase his :mojther's sofa pil
lows, but if be supplies the rest of the
family 1 see nqthin'g ahead of him but
a career of crime." New xotK buo.
he Health of Yourself and
. Family. I-
Pope's Herb is prepared to provide a
.dependable household remedy, baaed
upon the principle of purity of blood in
suring freedom from disease. It is a
medicine lor maladies such as, Rheu
matism, Liver Complaints, Constipa
tfcn. Fever and Asrae. Female Disord
ers, Indigestion, Lumbago, Kidney De
rangements, Catarrh, Sick and nerv
ous Headaches, los of Appetite and all
aliments arising from inactivity of the
fverand K.icmeys.i.4 .
It is a purely Herbs, Barks and Roots
(Compound. It is put- up in chocolate
abated Tablets pleasing and easy) to
Ske, (or can be tussoived in water:
rs. J. C Meade, op HyattbviiXe,
4l d. Says: i ;
"For years I have suffered with Back
ache, Headaches, Neuralgia, and Nerv
ousness and extreme Fatigue, I - tried
many remedies without relief.. Fpur
months ago a grateful fried induced; me
to write to Pope Medicine Co.; Wtsh
meton. D. C. for a box of Pope's Herb
Compound Tablets, the very first qoe
of two tablets gave me relief. I UBed
not quite a $1.00 box and I am entirely
cured of the pain in my back and have
no more headache." '
Dr. J. V. Hennesey, a prominW
Physician and Surgeon op Albany,
Y. in part says: '
i "As a Blood run her. Liver, Kidney
and System regulator I prescribe Pope
Medicine Co's of Washington, D. C.
Herb Compcund, as I have done fop the
ipast 20 years and have found it to be a
great remeay , wnicnseiuom u everiaus.
There are thousands of letters from
Users of Pope's Herbs, that have been
benefitted and cured bv its nroper- Use.
rope s nem (ompouna lauieta are put
up 200 in a box, "six month's treat
ment," and will be sent post-paid on re
ceipt of $1.00. Each box contain a
nrinted guarantee mnainz us to rexuna
the purchase price if the remedy fails
to benefit, also full directions. i
,uaraiteed by th Poor Madicin Co., In...
under the Pure Food and Drugi Act, Jan SO.
ISO -. No. 84966.
For terms to agents in unocoupied
territorry, address. ,
POPE MEDICINE CO., INa
Pope Bl'dg Washington, D, C.
Do YouJVant to Get Slendert
A food . specialist said of dieting
"Tbe simplest, easiest and most effica
cious diet to bring down the weight Is
tbe one dish diet. At no meal, that Is,
should more than one dish be eaten.
The dish may be what you will Irish
stew, macaroni and cheese, roast beef,
vegetable soup, bacon and eggsbut
no courses are to precede or follow it
You may eat as much us you choose
of the dish, and yet for all that, you
will lose weight steadily. It's the va
riety of dishes the oysters, soup, fish,
turkey, mince pie, ice cream It's the
variety of dishes, creating an arti
ficial appetite when the body has real
ly had all it requires,, that causes cor
pulence. If we confine ourselves to one
dish, we know when we've bad enough
i-we. don't know-otherwise and the
result Is that we soon drop down to
the sllmness natural to ch'ldrea, ani
mals and temperate ' itrilthy men
and women,!' Kansas City Star.-
Fflt FY KIDNEY PILLS
On BAOKAOHS KIONKYS AND BlAPDBH
, . -r s '
A girl cashier at a New York elevat
ed railroad station successfully fought
off a robber. , ,
' BEAUTIFUL LEAVES. "
' 1 - ' -f - - - ' . . ' ... '.1
And the Tiny Cells That Give ThM
j Their Brilliant Hues.
- K leaf Is one of the most beautiful
things In nature, and it is very won
derful to think that It owes its lovely
color to minute little living bodies jor
cells of chlorophyll. This word comes
from two Greek ones, chloros, green,
and phullon, a leaf, and Is used to
describe the ordinary coloring matter
of vegetation. - - ; . - v: - ,,5' .
.The chlorophyll cells or granules
absorb tbe light and beat of the sun's
rays and In some marvelous way,
which only scientists can understand,
manufacture tbe sugar which Is neces
sary for tbe life of the tree Itself by
combining tbe carbonic add gas of the
atmosphere with the water drawn , in
by its roots. Tnese tiny cells are o
very small that as many as 400,000
have been counted in a square milli
meter of tbe leaf of a castor oil plant,
and in order that they may come! In
contact with n& much sunlight as pos
sible the leaf turns slightly on Its stalk
toward the sun.
If you notice the arrangement of the
leaves on a bough yon will see that
nature has placed them so that they
form an almost perfect "light screen
and catch all the sunshine that there
Is. If it were not for tbe constant facts. My heart is full of gratitude to
work of these little chlorophyll cells' you for my cure." Mrs. Habriet E.
the splendid trees in our forests would W ampler, 524 S. Kansom Street,
wither and die and there would be J40 UUumwtt, Iowa,
green things left in the world. Lon
don Home Notes.
By Lydla E. pinkham'a ;
Vegetable Compound - .
. Ottumwa, Iowa. "For ears I was
almost a constant sufferer from female
trouble in au its
shooting - pains all
over my body, sick'
headache, spinal .
everything that was -horrid.
I tried many,
doctors in different
parts of the United -States,
but Lydla B.
ble Compound has
done more for me than all the doctors.
I feel it my duty to tell you these
Freed Hts Mind In His Willi 1
Anions curious wills that of a 'cer
tain Dr. Imnlap, a Canadian, has dften
been ((noted, it probably contained
some of tbe most maliciously express
ed beiiesis on record. To one broth
er the doctor left bis books so that be
mighi lenrn to read and acquire com
mon so HHP. To another brother be left
liln silver watch that tbe jsaid
Iho-:Il.t might know tbe hour at Which
men ought to get up of a morning. To
his brother-in-law he left bis bestlplpe
"in gratitude that be married my sta
ler Maggie, whom no man of taste
would ever have taken," and to the
eldest son of a friend be left a sliver
tankard lest If be left It to the friend
hlmyelf, who was a rabid teetotaler,
the latter might melt it down to cast
temperance medals. To one of his sis
tci's he left a silver drink cup "for rea
sons best kuown to herself;" to anoth
er tbe family Bible, so that she might
lenru as much of Its spirit as she al
ready knew of Its letter and become a
better Christian, and to bis eldest sis
ter a five acre Held to console her for
being married to a man tbat she bad
to heupeck. Chambers' Journal
Wanted a 8upply.
"Politics," remarked a Washington
official, "is a science as well as a cir
cus. One of the funniest things 1 ever
heard In that connection was about
tbe cowboy delegate to the constitu
tional convention of Nevada when tbat
territory was about to become a state.
In tbe constitution was the stereo
typed paragraph about the new state's
having two senators to represent It In
Washington. When It was read to the
convention the cowboy delegate rose
and yelled out: 'What's the use of
limiting It to two? We're overwhelm
ingly Republican, and we can elect as
many as we want "Washington
"Critics are fine cbaps," said an Eng
lish actor, "but I must confess that
when they condemn your play you feel
I wonder why we call tne people
In the too of the house gods? an ac
tress asked an unsuccessful playwright
" 'We do that.' the unsuccessful play
wright answered, so as to distinguish
them from the people in the bottom of
the house who write the criticisms.',"
,' - LAGRIPPE COUGHS.
Strain and weaken the system and if
not checked mav develop into pneumon
ia. No dinger of ' this When Foley's
Honev and Tar is taken promptly. It
is a reliable family medicine for all
coughs and colds, and acts quickly and
effectively in cases of croup. Reiuae
substitutes. -f . 8. Duffy.
-Wall Street SlTperetitlon. '
Almost all the. Wall street specula.
tors are superstitious fellowS' wto be
lieve In charms and amulets. In their
pockets tbey carry, lucky coins, a rab
bit's foot a -norse cnesiaui or euuie-
,' thing of, the klndL i One Wall "street
man. much "envied by his companions.
bas a short piece of Hangman's rope
t ranlura wtth. Many of the custom
ers In the offices are even more bredu
lous" than tbe professional traders in
their belief In signs and omens.jTbere
Is t deep-seated tradition that, Toes
dav Is 'low day", in a "bull .market"
nd "hlch day" In a "pear .market"
Some ?rsons speculate- on "systems,"
and others employ "charts." lOnce
they exploited . . mapblnft Jn 'Wall
tr.t known as a ."market, register.
It was about as effective as. Helping
anybody to win "at 8toc Eiehange
inoculation as It Is to rub VP against a
hunchback for luck just before you bet
on a horse raee.-'-Tuu.nsey's Magaune.
-t; i.; -
How to core a cold la a question In
which mnv are interested just tow.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has won
its great reputation and -Immerse sale
hy its remarkable cure of colds - .It can
alwoys be depended upon. For sate .by
iU dealers.. . , .-. t;i -
The Courage of Life.'
Tliei two virtues that help us along
most In life are trust and jconrage.
A.part from tbe-tragedies Invited by
sin and violence snd self Indulgence,
a laree nnrt of our trouble comes" from
anxiety, distrust, apprehension. It w&s
not all frivolllv that dictated the an
wer of a young girl "who, being urged
to prepare herself ifor a profession or
definite work, responded: rm noi
polnif fo look ahead and worry., 'I can
do a lot of osi-ftil thliiRs. I can mend
ami make snl.'ul. and amuse children.
mil be patient and economical, and
liihi neotile to enlov themselves, and
I il.ai't lielli've tih-e clrls Htarve." Cour-
n . Mhi f iini mo ni " :iv4 n -icts. Even
if i t- ... -i l h k ti. i t: m mil fall
. 1 v .
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i the linic.
t t'mt mil
Mil" ' '
4 , V -t ,
Aur First Free School.
"The first free school established lu
the United States was in tbe province
of Massachusetts Bay Jn the year XG41
by order of tbe general colonial court
in 1047 tbe same autnonty ueciareu
that free schools should be established
within every town having' fifty house
holders under penalty of a fine of id.
This fine was doubled by a declaration
made In 1071 and again doubled ui
1683., ' v .. .
Vnn in nrobablv aware that, pneu
monia always results from a cold, but
you never heard of a cold, resulting in
pneumonia wnen vnamoenain vuuk
Kemnrtv was usea. wnv uae me run
when this remedy may be had for aj
irHW t or saie oy an neuiera.
'. " : The 8plder Curev ;
The request for a "nut to put a spl
der'ln td cure baby's whooping cough'
WblcB 4 reoently Btartled- a'Bomemel
shopkeeper recalls the spider "cures"
of tbe past There was, and Indeed Is,
for instance; that Irish belief In the
web. as a remedy formats, wart and
bruises, aud thatwiixnitltltlon of the
eastern cotiprles.whlch credited It wltb
power to cure-fevers.. The wesver of
the web, -too, was looked upon las
doctor f medicine..' v
,1. note from an ancient Notes, and
Queries gives the Illustration. ?One of
m parishioners suffering from ague,"
wrote a Somerset vicar, "was advised
to catch a large spider and' sbut him
up In a hot. .- As ha nines away th
disease la supposed to wear itself out"
a similar belief -prevailed in tbe south
of Ireland, but there treaclo bad to be
substituted for the box- as cotnn ror
tbe ague healer. Westmlnnter Gazetts.
. w .J
A Pair of Cheerful Liars.
The crowd in the little country store
was watching tbe rain when Deacon
Wltherspoou remarked that he'd seen
It rain aIkjjI us bard as anybody ever
bad seen it rain. Somebody said:'
"Deacon, bow bard did yotf ever see
it ralnV" -
"Well, sir." said tbe deacon, "once
unou a time, when 1 was at home, we
bad an old cider barrel laying out lu
the yard with both ends out and the
oungbole up, and, would you believe it
it rained so bard into that bungbole
that water couldn't run out of ' both
ends fast enougb, and it swelled up
and busted 1"
Then Reuben- Henfy spoke up. He
said he'd never seen It rain very hard.
but be'd seen some mighty cold weath
er. Somebody said,. "Hube, now cold
did you ever see It getf '
He said, "Well, sir, one tune when
was living down In Pickaway county,
la bog killing time, we naeX kettle of
boiling water setting on the. stove,
and we took It out In tbe yard, and It
froze so- doggone quick the Ice was
hot" National Monthly.
Consider This Advice. '
No woman should submit to a surgi
cal operatiou, which may mean death,
until she has given Lydia E. Piukham'a
Vegetable Compound a fair trial.
This famous medicine, made onlr
from roots and herbs, has for thirty
?ears proved to le the most valuabla
ohic and invigorator of the female
organism. mnen- residing In aiinosc
every city and town in the United
Btates near willing testimony w tna
wonderful virtue of Lydia E.llnk
ham's Vegetable Compound.
Mrs. Pinkliam, at Lynn, Muss.,
invites all sick women to write
her for advice. Her advice is free,
eonfH-Ti-'. nd always helplul.
The March Strand Magazine.
The Strand Magazine for March con
tains an interesting an 1 exhaustive ar
ticle on the Associated Press and gives
in detail many astounding facts as to
how the news of the world- is gathered .
Mr. Melville E. Stone, the General
Manager, declares that the "A. P." is
writing the history of all nations through
its dispatches. Sir Henry W. Lucy
commences a new series of "From Be
hind the Speaker's Chair," which is
amusingly illustrated hy the Punch car
toonist. E. T. Reed. Other articles in-
Tn some uarts of Italy rancid butter Lude "In a Bieeraoh Theater." "Jap-
formed Into balls w4tu snens oi cu
Ih used for lamps.
VOHHMIUMATISM KIDNB1 AHO LACO()
How Gold Plate Is Mad.
Talking ot Bllver gilt plate. It is
often spoken of as gold plate. One
hears of tbe gold service at Windsor
castle, of tbe gold plate owned by sov
ereigns of Europe and by other per
sons in this country as well as abroad.
As a .matter of fact, these so called
gold services are sliver gilt, and only
a few pieces oi mire gold are owned
by the' English crown or any other
crown. It may interest our readers to
learn how this fire, mercurial or water
gilding for It Is known by all of these
three names Is done. Pure gold and
mercury are mixed Into a pasta The
silver article to be glided bus been
chemically cleaned. Is rubbed all over
with this paste, wblcb bus been placed
in a silk bag. Just as the blue used In
washing Is put in a bag. When tbe
piece of plate has been rttfbed over
K Is perfectly white. It Is then put
Kito an oven, nnd gradually tbe mer
cury goes off lu fumes, leaving on the
article a deposit of pure gold, which
has practically become one with the
piece of silver and will last for centu
ries. London Cor. New York Post
aneae Ffcwer-Statuary," "The Stage
and "the Drawing-room." and "The
Dickens Testimonial." The last named
article includes an interview with Al
fred Tennyson Dickens, son of Hie nov
elist, who has just returned to London
after an absence of forty-five years.
The fiction is contributed by such well
known writers as W. W. Jacobs. Hor
ace Annesley Vachell, Morley Roberts,
Caldwell Lipsett, and Max Rittenberg.
CASTOR I A
The St. Petersburg cflice of the West-
inghouse Company was raided hy the
Russian police, who seized documents
relating to the street railway there.
ACCUSED OF STEALING.
E. E. Chamberlain, of Clinton, Me.,
boldly accuses Bucklen's A rnica Salve
of stealing the sting Irom burns or
scakls the pain from sores of all kinds
the distresn from bolls or piles. "It
robs cuts, corns, bruises, sprains and
injurieiof their terror," he says, "as
a heahnii remedy its equal aon c exiBi.
I Only 25c at all dealers.
The March Wide World Magazine.
Because meats are so tasty they are
consumed lu great excess.
son and not a pampered a p tito con
trol. then take a few doses of (.ham
berlain's Stomach and Live- 1 able s
i : 1 1 l - n : -. ..
ana you will euffii mj wen iry it
For sale by an dealers, samples tree.
Children Cry I
CASTOR I A
Frank J' Gardner was acquitted of
the charge of attempting to bribe Otto
G. Foelker to vote against the raee
track bills at Albany in 1908.
PNEUMONIA FOLLOWS A COLD
But never follows th os of Folev'
Honey and Tar. whichchecks th cough
snd expels the cold." M. Stockwell Han
nibal, Mo.; says, "It beats all th
remedies 1 ever used. 1 contracted ' a
bad cold and cough and was threatened
with pneumonia. One bottle of Foley
Honey slid Tar completely eared me."
N) opiates, just a reliabl household
medicine. F. S. Duffy,
In the March Wide World there is an
extraordinary article descriptive of how
troubles, biliousness and whales are caught with nets near tha
Revise your diet, le rea- ft,y 0f Islands. New Zealand. The
photographs are no 'legs remarkable
than the text, anil the sport possesses
elements which probably make it the
moat exciting in the world. In the same
issue are fully illustrated articles deal -ing
with the Cave-dwellers of the Grand
Canary, the Beachcombers of the Pa-
cine Coast, the Dancers of Yuquilnnd
and the Cannibals of the Congo. There
are also exciting stories dealing with
India, Texas, San Fianoisco, Montana,
Australia, and a dozen other sections of
the globe. The Wide World, one of
th few. ten-cent magazines left, ia cer
tainly the most unique publication to b
found on th news ' today,
", '''rt ... Pushing and Pulling.
, It has "been . wisely observed that
most operations csn be mors elBclently
performed ' by drawing them along
through their proper, course than by at
tempting to push - and "Jam 1 them
through, just as It Is much tasief to
pull a rope tbaa It Is to push it - Tter
are probably not many ; parsons who
bav tried to push a rope, but very
many bav attempted things almost as
perverse.' In many manufacturing es
tablishments, for example, there may
be seen numerous example 'of men
wasting a large part of ttett energy
ndeavorlnj to move heavy pieces of
work upon small tracks, paahltg ana
laboring In tbe exertion f effort, a
small fraction of which ges t. cause
tbe actual progression, fives when
such an effective aid to transport a en
Industrial railway Is Installed It la of
ten used at less than Its' prober tn-
cleucy becauae there la too much push
Itm and not enough pulllng.-Ossler'S
The Doctor's Joke.
A physician who never goes out at
night without leaving directions as to
where to find him If wanted profee-
tnnallv wee at a theater near Forty
second street recently with a Mend.
Just before, the curtain went up on
tbe second act. nn usher handed him a
note reading: "Come to the ofilce at
once. Don't telephone, uome. xne
note -was signed by a colleague, and
the doctor lost no time In obeying th
peremptory summons. Arriving st bti
destination, be was confronted by sev
eral friends, who coolly explained that
be had been used to decide a bet as to
the length of time It would take to cov
er tbe distance wblcb he had trav
ersed. The vlotlin'i anger was only
slightly appeased when be was asefcr Duffy,
ea mat tne perpetrators ox in jo
knew no one else who was good na
tared enough to furnish the Informs,
tlon looked for. New York Tribune.
REMEMBER THE NAME
Foley's Honey and Tar for si' coughs
and coles, 'or crtup.bronchitis, hoarse
ness and tor recking lagrippe coughs.
No nniab a. Refuse substi ut s,F. S.
Three Americans under - arrest in
Mexico on charges of being; implicated
in the revolution may b shot ,'
Putting the Owl to Use.
There Is a choice old recipe, In wblcb
the owl figures, "to make any 0b
that sleepetb answer to whatsoever
thou ask," given In "Pbjslck For the
Poor," published In London In 10CT.
It says that yon are to "take the heart
of an owl and bis left leg add put
that Upon tbe breast of One that
sleepeth, and they shad reveal what?
soever thou Shalt ask them." ' ; . ;
Tbe Hindu, however, declare that
the flesh or blood of an owl -will
mate a person Insane who eats ot
drinks It On this account men who
are devoured by jealousy of rival of
hatred of an enemy come furtively ti
th market and purchase an owl " In
silence they carry It home sod secretly
prepare a decoction, which an accom
plice will put Into tbe food, or drink of
Ue object ot their malignant designs,
Moaey talks, but what the "ooppeg
says may not be -h two eesta.
-HAVE YOU TRIED PAXTINl
The Great Toilet Germicide f
, Tou dos't have to say tQc or 11.00 a
pint for Vstsrlaik antiseptics or . per
oxide. Tou earn make II plat of a mare
cleassltta, sermlclaai boauag and dodor '
lame antiseptic sclutloa with one 2Go
vox of. raxttn soluble antlseptlo
powder, obtainable at any drug storer
Paxitne-' destroys senna that cause
disease, decay end odors,that Is why It
Mr the best mouth- wash and rargle, fend
way It purines the breath, cloaaaee and
reserves the teeth better than ordinary
tentifrtoet, and la eponse bathing It com-
Jitly eradicates perepuwtlon ana otlier
,rfeable body odor. Every dainty
v-uuiao . aj) predates thts and Us many
tlitr toilet and byltenlo uisa.
tattle la splandlA for sore throat,
lnfiamed eyes and to puriry mouth and
breath after imoklns. you can git Pax
tine Totlct Xntlncptlo at any drug aioro,
price 2$o arid 60c, or by mail pii.iit
trrm Tlie Inxton Toilet Co., lioaKm.
Irlula., who will aend you a fr ennn- ti
B you would like to try It Ufuro feu. ;,
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