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Machinery, that great propelling
power. This paper gives results.
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VOL yUVf. Ssif Scries Yol. 11 6-18
SCOTLAND NECK, N. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1908.
BO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK ?
KiA'icy Trestle Makes You Mterafclc,
rybody vho reads the r.ews
: j know of tho wcr.dcrfu'
; . cures n-do by Dr
ji Kilmer's Swamp-Root
1 1 mo great Kianey, live.
H and bladder remedy.
It is the preit mads-
a ! triumph cf the nine
ify tecnth osniury; dis-
covered .f;r yer.rs c.
"S'i scientific research tr.
Dr. Ki'mer. tho cmi
rznX kidney and blad
der srccial'st. 2nd i
. jntc-fully successful in promptly curing
i-.i-o bici:, V.idncy. bidder, uric acid trou
1 its Bri.-dit's Dir.casc. vhich is the vcrst
. r 1,
Dr. Kilmer's rw:in;jioot is not rcc-on-.mendcifor
everything but if you have kid-r.-.y,
liver cr bladder trouble it will be four.'5
i ;t iHc remedy you need. It h?.3 been testes
i.i so mar.y ways, in hospital voik, in privak
r : -.ctice. r;rnong the helpless too poor to pur
rl.aro relief and has proved so successful ir
tv-jry case tb3t a f-e.-ial arrangement ha;
r . on mad 3 by which all readers of this pape:
'o have not already tried it, may have r
rrrr.plc Lottie scut free Ly mail, also a boo!;
i-lHng- mere about Swamp-Root and hew tc
find cut if yen have kidney cr bladder trouble.
When v: itiiig rr.er.ticn reading this generou?
offer in th:s i-arii.r jiuM er.-nv-
tend your address ton?j"
hamlc-n, M. Y. The Bj$g&
t :yu!t.r fifty cent and Hmo of SwamRoou
doiJar sires are sold by all gosd druggists.
Don't make any mistake, bnt re
member tho liamc, Sw.trap Root, Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp Root, and the address
23iiiIiaTiiton,.N. Y., on every bottle.
J. P. WIMBERLEY,
Physician and Surgeon,
Scotland Neck, N. C.
O.Tico on Depot Street.
A. C. UVcRriON,
OiYico up stairs in White-
Giliee hours from 0 to 1 o'clock
and 2 to 5 o'clock.
Watch Maker, Jeweler, En
Scotland rV ( v
210-221 Atlantic Trust Building
Notary Public. Bell Phone 700
rDWARD L TRAVIS,
Attorney and Counselor at
Halifax, N. C.
Money Loaned 011 Farm Lands
General Insurance Agent,
Scotland Neck, N. C.
Full and Complete Line.
Coffins and Caskets
Burial Robes, Etc.
Hearse Service any Time
N. B. Josey Company,
Scotland Neck, North Carolina
I'ravo fo'-nd a Mel and tested enm fw rto
h-ftism! Not a rmad7 thet gtraigliten toe
distorrcd limbs of chrwdc crlpplos, nor turn bony
K-owths ba.-!i to flesh esn'm. That is ;mpossiblo.
Kut I can now surely kill Uw paias and paaijs 01
this deplorable disease. ......
Ir. Garmany-with a CheTa.t in tho City cvt
feann'tadt I found tfii lait Ingredient with
Which Dr. Shoop's kheuraft'.'s Roniedy was lnp.de
1, u.vrr.-twi. rtf-nMiillj crescrirf.on. vituouD
fro1y ptss Irom the system, cud the cause 01
Kheumatisn 13 K&ne forever. There xs now do
r..-l rtned :m nranal excuse to suffer longer witn
out l.elp. V.'c E'jll. and m coufidonca rewmiasaa
HA: OAI.SARS1 I
J'H-if -- fcl?(cfflH'l 1'iv.iria.it (?rwtn. I
t'-i;"".?. JttSf'.t rJle to Wctor Cray'
r -,-:-rJ24 h-u. to iw yu-.wai color. I
V'Af''.'iVZi2'Z& Cuics ?t!p iiiwasf.fc hair l&iuaS' I
4 a Sao Via bS(sai
trat lost ir.RTeniRtit, l siit-c-ssiuuj h-ji-.-i
irany cr.ffgof irhoiiTiigtism : l.-utr.ow. atlr.st. itimi
iormly cures all curatla ws cf thli herotofor
tjurh dr. adl dUeaoo. Tf-Q-' sand-l'e granular
wastes, found in Klioumalic JJIood sesia to (iif so! vo
A. C. PETERSON.
I THE EDITOR'S LEISURE HOURS.
I Observations of Passing Events.
Collier's gives prominence to various candidates, according
to its mood, and here is what the current number says about
A WcrS About Dsgglas. L' flas: '0-0i' Dowlas,
the only Democrat since Kus.iell who
has carried Massachusetts, would, if he were nominated either
for President or Vice-President, give the Republican stand
paters something to consider. Discussing scheduler,, ho would
furnish the tariff party with material for reflection dining the
watches of the stilly night. He would help the people at large,
as he helped those of Massachusetts, to ua ler-stai;! what it
costs the common people to have a Seuate, controlled by busi
ness, blocking every possibility of rciprocity with Canada.
Governor Johnson of Minnesota probably lacks Mr. Douglas's
exceptional grasp of tariff details, but he understands the gen
eral principles, and he is a bold, candid, and elear.-headed cam
paigner. Two such men would give the trust-ridden Republi
cans a lively and wholesome summer's exercise."
Whatever may be said about Governor Glenn's ambition to
je United States Senator, he has greatly endeared himself to
be a candidate for that position as successor to Senator Lee S.
Overman at the end of the hitter's term of office. At the time
Senator Overman was elected, Governor Glenn was a candidate
for the 'office, along with Hon. C. B. Watson of his own home
town of Winston. For the sake of harmony in the Democratic
party Governor Glenn gracefully withdrew from t!"5 contest in
favor of his competitor and neighbor, Mr. Watson. From that
time until this hour the people of North Carolina have held
Governor Glenn in unspeakably high regard. And now when
the same ambition led him on, again, for the sake of harmony
in the Democratic party and amongst his fellow citizens
throughout the State, he makes
not be a candidate against Senator Overman for the senator-1 The bsstowal of the title upon sen
ship. Governor Glenn is a great and good man and the people j ators and members of the House of
of the State will never forget him for his magnamnity, as well Representatives came much later
as his distinguished service to the State. Such a citizen and (because repugnant to the idea of
oatriot is worthy any gift of trust and confidence which the jn elective omce), out the custom
, , . , has widened its score untu the title
peonle can bestow upon him. , , . ,. . , . .
e - has cea?ed to distinguish. As a m?.t-
ter of fact, the bestowal of titles of
During the session of the North Carolina Press Association j kind is prirnarilv a newspaper
in Charlotte last week, Mr. T. C. Cobb, editor of the Morgaoton I habit, ad the nevvr.pers, if they
?tcriii Carolina Journalism.
viewing a year's work of that
ongs to the North Carolina Press
ing of Mr. Cobb's paper will
Carolina has made good strides during the past vear. In fact,
there have been few departments of the State's progress of re -
. , , i 1 i
cent years more marked than that covered by the newspapers,
And while it has been said a thousand times before, perhaps,
it is in order to say here thai tho people of North Carolina place
less appreciation on the power
than any other equally good influence within the State's Lor-! area over which it 13 spread, is the
ders. Day in and day out with the dailies, and week in and j same as that of the titles "Mr." and
week out with the weeklies, the State's best interests arc made I "Esq." These two, like "Hon.",
prominent, and every possible influence is advocated and f03- are Inerf courtesy titles, having
tered whereby the State's resources may be developed. This f sf:ctif m ?,!
J . . 1 11- i has aimost caugnt up wiui them in
mucn, to say nothing concerning tno individual ou.igations j thc tinness of coating of re-
whicli rest upon the people of different localities to sapport and spectability which they confer. In
encourage the good work of the press geusrally and their local j Georgia, for year? past, all the mem
paper especially. bers of the Legislature have been
'- dubbed "Hon." by the press and
When the matter is considered from the stand-point of com- none of them hare undertaken to
moil sense and right, no reasonable person, be he a man of ma-1 rebuke the newspapers therefor.
n vre r,v n vmmff Rindpnt .if little We flung defiance in the teeth of
HoZiag at College. expei.ience, can find any word of toler-j
auco for hazing at college. It is true that at almost all colleges, j
raaio ana lemuie, biuanus k y - j Uft,ted States ani the several states
propriety and right in giving rein to their sometimes f rolic- j frQm granting &ay ..titIe cf nobil.
some spirits. And many times students engage in what they j ity As juslicc story. saySf jn j,is
think is harmless fun with no thought of wrong. Such slips of I Commentaries on the Constitution,
judgment can be overlooked, and should not brand with infamy J A perfect equality of rights, priv
the students who make them. But when bold and cold blooded ileges, and rank, being contemplat
outrages are perpetrated upon innocent and modest and praise- ed by the Constitution among all
worthy voun? men. they should be condemned by every one 1 citizens, tnere is a man.iec pro
who learns of them. Not very often do revolting outrages oc- j priety in prohibiting Congress from
cur at colleges in North Carolina; but when they do, they are creating any tit cs or nobwty; and
, , , . , , ,.0fK wiiof'.ov the same prohibition on the States
promptly condemned by the good people of the State whetner b the same rea30ning
they occur at a State institution or at some denominational col- tharead s,lggested, in consid-
leo-e. The outrage that occurred
weeks ago when a boy was shot in a scramble with some hasers,
was the same kind of an outrage that a short time before ocur
red at the A. & M. College in Raleigh. They were alike and
worthy of like condemnation in that they were high-handed,
mit.rnjyftous an d brutal, and not to be tolerated at any institu
tion of learning. College authorities are more easily criticised
than successfully instructed into the way of suppressing such
thinrs;butthey should leave not
t;,.o tbnA who nartieinate in
cliprfd that there was a proposition at W ake Forest to keep
news'of the outrage in the dark. This conclusion was reached
from the fact that the first news of the matter got into print
fronThomasville, the home of the young man who was hazed
and shot in the scramble. We know nothing of the purpose to
keep the matter out of the newspapers, and have nothing to say
about that; but we do believe that such unmanly acts should be
condemned with such emphasis that the guilty persons can not
find room at the institutions in which they occur. We be
lieve also that the people of Wake Forest and the college facul
ty will do everything possible successfully to suppress such
outrages and send the guilty hazers away. They do not de
serve'the opportunities which such a great and good institution
furnishes them. Let them be sent away, every one of them,
even if it should reduce the number of students to half the pres
"Health Coffee" is really the closest
Coffee Imitation ever yet produced.
Th3 clever Coflee Substitute was rc- i
No 20 or SO m
ronf.lv produced by Br. Shoop or Ka- , , --; t 1
: c Wis. Not a grain of real ColiVe ' guarantee tne U tz M: i-Aiis 1 , ana
i i it citb.r. -lr. Shoop's Hcahh Cof- thus guarantee your painters work,
co i, made from pure toasted grainy it's double insurance. 4 gallons L.
whh nSlt. nuts, etc. Keally it would ' & M- Paiflt and 3 gallons lmseed od
tool an exnert-who might drink it for make 7 gallons paint at cost of $1.2C
boiling. "Made in a minute
Sold by Howard Gro, Co.
the people of North Carolina by his self
sacrifice in announcing that lie will not
the announcement that he williish Kirrg
Kerala, and Historian for the Associa- desire, can put a stop to it as, at th
tion, read a most interesting paper, ro- i outset, they creates it. When the
part of the State pres which be- j
Association. A careful read
show that journalism in North
and service of their nswspapers
at vvaKe sorest two or taree
t w 1 Tr i 1 J 1
stone uncurnea to oruig iu jut
It has been
Sava Your Bank Account:
Have your painter use the L. & M
Hardv Ildwe. Co., Scotland Neck.
R. H. Salsbury & Bros., Hamilton,
N. C. L. & M. Paint Agents. .
r)TTrC DATVT V,ni1a! T. Rr M
The Discussion cf .Them is 0b
WHAT TITLES GESERAHY MEAN.
The Latest Kcv Till?, WnSdi fas Dsea
f)u!t3 Freely Used, is "Cos-
Every now and then r,omo of our
contemporaries disciss the question
of titles in this country. The discus
sion lias broken out r.gain. They dep
recate the bestow d of the title
"Hon." upon tiii?, t'rat and the other
official or dignitary, as if there could
be such a thing as lawful titles in
The matter was long ago threshed
out, and it was settled that even the
President should be addressed simply
as "Mr. President," when speaking
to him or "The President" when ad
dressing awritten communication to
There are half a dozen officials
named in the Constitution "Am
bassadors, other public Ministers
and Consuls" and "Judges of the
Supreme Court" 'subject to ap
ppointment by the President, and,
for a long time, th:se monopolized
the courtesy title cf "Honera'ole,"
becan?. by analogy with the old
world law, they derived their office
from the executive head, who was
our substitute for tie old-time Brit-
war broke out, there was a contro
versy going on in tlse papers in this
State as to whethev or not the Pres-
dent f the f ic s1?ou!d. be
i e,nlilecd to, the lion designation
the Speaker of tie House net yet
j.. by th(J infec.
j The history of the attention of the
title "Hon." by the widening of the
old world follies of this sort when
we adopted that clause of the Con-
! stitution which forbids both the
ering the like prohibition upon the
The French revolutionists were
much more consistent than we, say
ing simply "Citizen Cenet," etc.
The spirit of toadyism which in
spires the title mania in America
. ! seems to affect our Northern breth-
j ren to a much greater extent than
the people of the South. Perhaps
it is because they have riches enough
to buy titled foi-fcigners. while. we
have not; but, however that may be, j
many women there seem willing to
accept any risk if only they can get
thetitW. It is noticeable, by the
way, that no titled Englishwoman,
or other titled foreign woman, ever
marries a rich American.
An amusing outcome of our Amer
ican toadyism in the bestowal of ti
tles, is the calling of Mr. Bryce, the
British ambassador, "Hon. James
Bryce," and the like designation of
members cf Parliament (the Com
mons). The title "Honorable" is, in
Britain and Ireland, a "blood" title,
that is it comes by inheritance from
peers to certain -of their male and fe
male descendants. Mr. Bryce'strue
title is the "Right Honorable," be-
ManZan Tile Itemedy, price 50c, is
guaranteed. Put up ready to use.
One application prompt relief to any
form of ri!e3. Sooths and heals. Sold
by E. T. Whitehead & Co,
cause he is an ambassador, who3e ap
pointment comes from the King;
head of the dynasty and exemplar of
the dynastic idea. A member of
Parhament, on the other hand, not
in the minsitry, is, as it were, taint-1
edby the democratic origin of hisj
omcial position an election oy the
people-and is simply "Mr." ori..
he became "Right Honorable" by j
virtue of his appointment by thel
Kir.g Queen as a member cf the !
Men like Gladstone, Bryce and !
Moriey are proud of the title "Right
Honorable," chiefly because, in their
case (being commoners), it comes
from merit and the nomination of
thcir fellow commoners; but British
nobles, or those of the toady cls
vastly perfer the simple title "Hon
orable," because it cannot be won
by service or merit, but must come
with the "blood," "blood" being
superior to merit because it was en
nobled by the King, whoso "right"
The Governors of British depend
enceis are never addressed as "Gov
ernor." If they do not happen to
possess a "blood" title, a title of
knigh-hood, or a military title, they
are addressed as simple "Mr."
This writer docs not remcmeber
the time when American governors
were not addressed as "Governor,"
though, no doubt before we had got-1
ten too far away from British habits, j
the momentum of the old-world law j
and custom prevented our yielding
to the title mania, so far as this of- j pl?.Ce of coal as a source of power j for electric 'gating the coat of cook
ficial wr.3 concerned, for sDme yer.rs j ur.d the time is surely coming wheni"1" tne varicU3 meals is no more
after the Revolution. But he doe. j it will rank first as a source of heat. ! than 5t wouW ,be if cyal or as wa
remember, quite well, that when he j Mr.Sinsabaugh's Model Twentieth- j used and lho cleanliness, convenienco
used to be in Va-hington as a boy ;Century Home is 34x30 feet, two j and healthf ulness of electricity i
he was often in the company of Mr. i stories high, with attic and basement I worth morc than morcy can buy.
Clay and Mr. Webster, and nobody and has eight rooms on the two main j The greatest inventor and geniut
ever dreamed of calling them "Son-! floors. While Edison's idea of a con- in the world ha3 Prcted that the
ator" as has been tho disgusting j crete house to be poured in one big house of the ncar future will be
nractice since the war of 1SG1-5. 1 rr.r.nM wa not rrr-P.1 t. TCt th I entirely of concrete, ca3t in a
The latest thing of the kind which j principal building material was con
has come under our observation is J crete. Thc foundation and wails are
an interview in one of the political 0f concrete blooks. The concrete
publications, in vhich a member of J was mixed and moulded into the
the House of Representatives is ad-! building blocks as required. There
dressed as "Congressman"! j was no waste of building material.
r7,rnTmY7i7i ' The floors are cf wood and the in-
Ganltis ana Ola Ago. t . . , . , ,
tenor is finisned in plaster and oak.
Bishop Fallows, who 'is 73 years
(New York Times.)
has told his church brethren
that people ought to be -ashamed" ! ir:iS csrr.eu inrougnouc ine
that they do not live to be at least j interior as well. The building is
100; that SO instead of 43 should b0 j frcnted by a large porch 8x32 feet,
the prime of life. W. A. Norman j This concrete and wood finished house
Borland, in the Century Magazine co-7t les3 than $3-500.
for April gives a catalog of genius ! The interior is roomy and comfort
embracing 400 records cf men fam-ablc- 0n the Ieft of the entrance
ous in literature, science, art and h"Jl thc parlor, and on thc right
war, and he finds that whereas they the library; back cf the latter :s lo
"struck their gait" at an average i cated the dining room, connected by
age of 24, men like von Moltke.John I a Paatry to the kitchen. The house
Wesley, Michael Angelo. Thecphras-! 5s illuminated with electric hghts.
tus, Izaak Walton, John Adams, Pope I The chandeliers and lighting fixtures
Leo XIII., Cornaro, Fontenelle, Ti-! are of hard wood ar'd stained glass,
tian. and Chevreui showed that they ! Producing a very beautiful effect,
could keep up the pace well into the rerhaps the most novel feature
nineties and past the century mark. abo"t wonderful residence is the
"Many of the finest achievements in faot that Jt ,s heated by fteam from
business, statesmanship, literature ; a centra! station. 1 hero is no noisy,
srul in all activities have been
wrought by men long past 60," says
T T 1.
Dr. Osier was, of course, misinter- ! stead, what usually goes to waste j A TWENTY YEAR SENTENCE,
pretcd. He said the foundation and: about small electric light plants is "X 1RVC ju,t completed a twenty
superstructure of a useful life were carried to the house by underground . year bc-alth .cnton. e, imnwd by
K-iTir Inp'm-P AO nnt tint tho ediPee i P'Ps. This steam pipe enters the UucIsImi Amw ha ve, wbuh cured
JKt pti jouse to the basements 0,e stem W'It?.
Eilie Metchinkoffreinforcos Bishop laoaaricd to the rooms just the siimeU;;,. s Y. I5tk!c-3 Arnic
TToiirtw'c xAnrxr nhnnt thp nri Jcnbil; -
be old, if men will kill
ty of living to
oif harmful ba
:tena by taking daily
acid germs. The lead-
doses of lastic acid germs
ing dietetists are very busy demon
strating their theory that a iike re
sult may be gained by abstemious
living. But if the lives of the pros- j
ent generation could te prolonged
to beyond 100, it might be thought
that history would change more rap
idly than in the previous six genera
tions of men, both heroes and com
mon people, cut off in their age of
Do all in your power to teach your
children self-government. If a child
is passionate, teach him by gentle
and patient means to curb ins tern-1 blftck aR(1 threatening from thc side
per. If he is greedy, cultivate liber- j wall3 The princjpai article of f ur
alityinhim. If he is sulky, charm niturc geenis to fcc an oak sideboard
him out of it by encouraging frank 1 Qr gQg that looks a3 though
Igood humor. If he is indolent, ae -
short, give your children a habit of
. l ii! -
over-coming tneir DeseiiinS b.n.
irt FnrJ'lWsFOOlESSS APCWll??.
ASK rCF AliIl S 1O0I tudo,
It makes Avalking e.i.?y. Cures ,
rnrns. I?nnion. Inari'O-.ving Nails. ,
Swollen and Sweating Feet.
T v -A, J CI. CJ .
, j.Unc Alln ci .n n-.sfr.fi. TRov.
custom him to exertion, it priae 1 j,oarj j3 nothing more or less than
makes his obedience reluctant, sub- j one of the new Gencrai Eiectric elcc
Hno him hv cnnnspl or diciDline. In i . . -i. t"..- 1 1.
-t- ...... j t r i r- si t:viJs. L.iL.rt j Li.tr uuuuii
All Its Appointments by Electric-
mT HqCS ITH0T A CBIHKEY.
-mnlro Kn n . Kn ..h(1. 9ftll Kn
S&Cils from Gas.
(Electric Neirs Service.)
A house of concrete!
A house without a chimney!
A house with nlentv of Artificial)
j Ight and heat yet wkho
j f No , h
ithout a bit 0f 1
no soot- no I
: darsrerous paaeV J
j Such j. the i)Jeal Twentieth-Cen-
tury Home which Mr. F. M. Sinsa
baugh has just completed for his
comfort at Carrollton, Illinois. Vhile
this wonderful residence is now the
first of its kind in the world, it is,
perhaps a good example of what the
average American home will be in a
fev years from now when both wood
and coal have become too expensive
for common use. Wood 13 now too
scarce and high in price for common
building material and the time is al
ready here when, for enconomy's
sake, architects and contractors are
figuring to construct all buildings of
steel and concrete. As the supply of
coal diminishes the cost is advancing
so that everything possible is being
done to husband the supply and see
that none of the precious stored heat
j3 wasted. Electricity, generated by
water Dowor. ia even now tnkintr the
Such a house requires very little
'ood- Tie Et'Ie of architecture is
i - inepiaui, suostamiaim.Soion type.
; ? j j i.i 1 1 1
au"-y iumace uui uoxcukh. uc-
rnanding daily attention and tender
care all the long winter months. - In-!
i rom Rn oromary luniare. ie;slve h'-al the worst soia, t.oiu,
rooms aie heated with steam radia-
of ...to cr t-r, o ov
j - - - f
rangement had to be supplied to
furnish hot water for the bath room,
Near the ceiling in the bath room is
located a water tank which is kept
constantly hot by a number of small
pipes through which a continual flow j
uf hot steam is maintained. This
tank supplies hot water for the bath j
room and to the wash bowls located
in two cf the upstairs bed rooms,
oru un,, nln ;rrf fnr trlfi
heat in case anything should happen
to the-steam heatirg system.
When it is remembered that there
arc no fires about thi3 modern dwell
ing the visitor begins to wonder bow
the meals are cooked. No steel range
is visible in the neat and, roomy
, k5tchen. Jn'o sooty ga3 stove glares
(it miht be a sideboard. The "side-
j caHnct i3 a sman switchboard and
, tk utersils arranged on the stove
- . 1 1
:ai connected to Ih.s switchboard
with suitable wires and plugs. A1
tt comes thc Snrinr? winds to chap,
1 tan and freckle. Ue I'inesalvc Car
-1 . , -
T. ntl AHU t tti L.1 JibU il 1 'V t-t I titt .via v. w t
sorc3, bum,, chapped lips hand, and
! lace. Iisooines anu neais.
j E. T. Whitehead (Sc Co.
turn of a switch and the electric tea
kettle is singing over invisible heat.
With the same ease the frying pan,
cereal cooker, griddle, broiler, vege
table cookers, etc., are made ready
to do their share of the work of pre
paring a meal. Beside the cabinet
sits the electric oven wherein the
heat is so economized and concen
trated thit the choicest roast can be
prepared in less time than it usually
takes to start a slow coal fire. Th
other electrical kitchen devices, in
cluding the electric llartiron, are
used in the same clean, simple and
economicai manner. mere is no
sweltering heat in the kitchen, no
soot, no ashes, no dirt, no hot fires
for ironing days; no lugging of heavy
scuttles of coal from the basement.
In fact so easily and conveniently
are tho meals cooked that the coffee,
tea and toast are prepared right on
the dining room table. The electric
coflee percolator, at the turn of a
switch, prepares the coffee while the
cereal is being eaten and the toa3t ia
ready with the coffee. The cost of
cooking thc meata by electricity in
this home is estimated at less than
$3.50 a month for a family of fivo
By utilizing the waste steam from
the electric light plant the cost of
heating the house in cold weather is
reduced to a minimum. Besides it
saves caring for a dirty furnace and
handling coal and ashes. The room
that a furnace and coal bin ordinar
ily take up can be used for other
purposes. With special meter rates
mould. Scientists have predicted
that the home of the future will
have no chimney or flue. These
ideas are all incorporated in Mr.
HOW TO AVOID ATPENDICITIS.
Most victims of njw'ndicitis ara
those who arc habitually constipated.
Orino Lflxatiro Fruit Fyrup enrrs
ihronic constipation hv stimulatint
th- liver vn bowels and rtores tho
I n 1tur.1l action of t!t- towel.-. Orino
L;iva1ive Ft nit Syrup d(X9 riot nause
ate or grip! and is niiid and pleasant
to take, lit fuse eub.-tittites. E. T.
The Maid Do you believe it's un
lucky to get married on Friday?
The Abominable Bachelor Cer
tainly. Why should Friday be an .
exception? Black and White.
THIS MAY 1NTEIIEST YOU.
No one i immune from Kidney
trouble, i-o jut rerr.cr.iber that Foley's
Kidney Cure will toptlieirrcgularitic-n
and cure tiny case of kidney and blad
der trouble tb:U H not beyond tho
reach of medicine. E. T. Whitehead
"What does ex dividend mean?"
"Money coming in that you've al
ready spent." Life,
j burn,, womid and cut. in th? short-
' Opt tuna. 2oc at E. T. Umtelieaa
; Cu,n.an 'i. drus 8toro.
j The great temptation to which we
j are more or less exposed is that of
,' loosing sight of God in the ordinary
of thc day,
ManZan I'lU Kemedy comes ready
lo use, put npiim collaptil.letube with
nozzle attached. One application proves
1 its merit, Soothed and heals, reduce
j inflammation and reiives t-oreness and
! itching. For all forma of rile, frioo
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Son Pa, why does Mr. Ring say
hi3 head is a3 clear as a bell?
Pa Because there is nothing in it
but hi3 tongce. Puck.
Tliat languid, lifeless feeling that
comfH with npring and raily nummer,
can be rjuickly changed to a feeling of
Vjuoyancy and energy by the judicious
use of Dr. Shoop's Kestorativc.
The Kestorativc is a genuine tonic to
tited, run-down nerves, and but a few
doses is needed to satisfy the user that
Dr. Shoop' Kt-storative in actually
reaching that tired Hpot. Th indoor
lifts of winter nearly always leads to
!flu2gith bowels, and to KluggLsli circu-
ilation in genrral. The customary
lack of eserew; and outdoor air tics up
I; the kidney,, flnd
ofttimos weakens the ln-art's action.
I Ui-e Dr. Shoop s Kttorative a few
I weeks and all will le changed. A few
- (Jays tct v.jii tell you mat you are
. . ... .1, .
j easily and .ureiy note thc change from
I day to dayr
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