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CARTER'S LITTLE UVER PILLS net fail. ableact surely but gently Mr. Ireland Is the holder of four world records and baa yet to lose his first match says he: "Kidney trouble so affected my vision as to Interfere with my shootI became so ing. nervous I could hardly hold a gun. There waa severe pain In my back and bead and my kidneys were Accidentally Discovered While Observations Were Being Made for Plum and Apple Curcullos To Eradicate. Purely veget 6m -- He liver. Stop after. dittrcM cure indi. ar'- ike eye. JkU - making observations on the extern of Injury that was being done to apples by the plum and apple curcullos, during the spring and summer of 1909, it was uoticed that another small snout beetle was present on the trees and waa doing considerable damage to the young fruit. The Insect wus not recognized at first and specimens were forwarded to the specialists in Washington who Identified them as belonging to the species whose technical name Is given above. The species does not appear to have attracted attention previously as an enemy ot apples but according to ob servations made by the writer the habit of breeding In this fruit seems so well fixed that the common name "apple weevil" is "suggested" as being In t .in Small Pill, Saull Dora, Saull Pries mud bear signature : GENUINE Try Gillette Shaving NO STROPPING KNOWN NO HONING WORLD THg OVIK Wanted Confidential Correspondents la the UNITKDSTATkN.- Ki- r..M.,LM,. LTClJnUClO prliica unurcrnnary, Holiou TehtrM, Btnfrrpbrrii,XlK''apli Opsyriaior.,, Clvrktt ami It. l turn or women our y In Inrrpaw , U- A u gelt-.- , Csie rll-fi- b An unukiiitl opirtnn1t V7 1 I'mrUcuUir- -. lio -- "KSri.- -l Thompson's Eyt Water NO MORE THAN HE DESERVED Conscienceless Interrupter of Suffragette' Meeting Probably a Sadder and Wiser Man. sealed. The feeding punctures are left open. The wounds are so small that in making a careful examination the' aid of a magnifying lens Is necessary. The fruit may be attacked at any point on the surface but the punctures are found usually most numets terribly disordered. ous about the calyx and stem. ;So far Doan's Kidney Pills as could be determined, nearly all the cured me after I had wounds that are made In sound fruit doctored and taken occur when the apples are quite small. nearly every remedy The feeding punctures, in cases where without Imaginable I will give relief. decay does not set In, usually heal over so that they show only as minute further details of my case to anyone scars In the ripe fruit. The same is enclosing stamp."" true of the egg punctures where, the Remember the name Doan's. eggs fail to hatch or where the larvae For sale by all dealers. 60 cents a die soon after beginning to feed, as Is box. Foster-MllburCo., Buffalo, N. Y. often the case. The wounds made by INCOMPETENT. the weevils are rsome times found and enlarged by plum curcullos and possibly by other Insects that feed on The wounds also form cenapples.-ters for the spread of decay. The larvae that hatch from the eggs feed 'on' ' the ' fruit, forming tortuous tunnels through the flesh, or, more often, make large, and irregularly shaped feeding chambers about the with core. - The excavations n . suitable. The first instance that came under our notice, in which apples were attacked by this Insect, was! in June, J907, when Mr. W. E. Rumsey saw one of the beetles lay Its egg In an apple growing on the Experiment Sta tion farm at Morgantown. In the spring of 1909 Mr. Rumsey also saw numerous punctures in young apples In Berkeley county which he attributed to this species. At Freuch' Creek, In Upshur county, the beetles were abundant on apple trees during the past summer (1909), end In some cases almost every fruit on unsprayed trees showed the punctures of the Insect. The beetles make two kinds of excrement scarcely any of which' la cast to. t,be surface of the fruit, The larvae are not able to reach full growth within apples that hang to the branch and continue to grow vigorously. They will live for a few days In such fruit, feeding about the chamber In which they hatched, but die after a brief In Comfort For those Mho know the pleasure and satisfaction there is in a glass of door. " 'I'd house,' " elderly I'm the like to see the head of the said the census taker. Not so loud!' whispered the gentleman. 'Now, what Is It? bead of the house?'" Send postal for Free Package of l'axtlne. Better and more economical FREE Mrs. TIare Old Snail got hla boy a position lost week and he only held Try This, This Summer, The very next time you're hot, tired It" one day. or thirsty, step up to a soda fountain Mr. Hare What was it? and get a glass of Coca-ColMrs. Hare A messenger boy. it will cool you off, relieve your bodily and BOY TORTURED" BY ECZEMA mental fatigue and quench your thirst delightfully. At soda fountains or "When my boy was six years old, he carbonated In bottles 5c everywhere. suffered terribly with eczema. He Delicious, refreshing and wholesome. could neither bit still nor lio quietly In Send to the Coca-ColCo., Atlantn, Ho Ca., for their free booklet "The Truth bed, for the Itching was dreadful. would Irritate spots by scratching About Coca-Cola.- " Tells what Coca-- : With his nails and thai only made Cola Is and why It Is so delicious, re-- t . them worse. A doctor treated bint freshing and And and wo tried almost everything, but send Tc stamp for the Coca Cola Ilar.'-- ! to spread. It bail Record Rook for 1910 contains . seemed started In a small place on the lower tho famous poem "Casey At The Rat," extremities and spread for two records, schedules for both leagues until Jt very uearly covered the back snd other valuable baseball Informs tlon compiled by authorities. part of his leg to the knee. "Finally I got Cutlcura Soap. Cutl-cur- a Ointment and Cutlcura pills and Up to Date Milking Scene. "What's going on aiuund here?" gave tbem according to directions I used them In the morning and that ! acked the surprised visitor. "Is this evening, before I put my boy to bed, a hunpital?" I nsed.thetu agnin and the Improve"f)h. no," answered the tall man in ment even In thoe few hourr was sur- the silk hat: "tills Is the tti-.gsetting prising, the inflammation seemed to lor a New Ktig'and farm drama. The be so much less. I uxed two boxes of next act will be the milking scene." "Rut 1 thought the young Indy in the same of the Cutlcura Ointmi-fit- , Pills and the Soap and my hoy was the iititisrptic apron was a ttulned cured. My son Is now In his sev- nurse?" The enteenth year and he has never had "Oh, no; she Is the milkmaid a return of the eczema. young man in the rubber gloves that "I took care of a friend's child that you thought was a doctor Is the farm bad eczema on Its face and limbs and boy. As soon as they bring in Hie steriI UCd the Cutlcura Soap and Ointment. lized stool and the pasteurized palis They acted on the child Just as they and find the row's tooth bno-- the did on my son and it has never re- mllkir g ficene w ill In gin," turned. I would recommend the CutlImportant t- - Mother cura Remedies to anyone. Mrs. A. J. T"xnmlni every bott'.e cif carnui.y 1S23 Columbia Ave., Phila- CASi Cochran, a sale and sure remedy for OitlA. delphia, Pa., Oct. 20, 1909. Intents and children, end see that it than liquid antiseptics FOR ALL TOILET USES. a, Gives on a tweet breath: clean, white. teeth antisepticaily clean garm-fr- e mouth and throat purifies the breath after smoking dispels all disagreeable perspiration and body odors much appreciated by dainr women. A quick remedy for sore eyes and catarrh. a thirst-quenching- A Si ' Thc PES Of in the ! 'TV 'y&t ' The Apple Weevil. sounds In the fruit. One of these Is made by the female, to receive the jgg and the other Is made by both Moth exes In feeding. forms of sounds are In the shape of minute punctures through the skin which to a depth of about .04 of an Inch Into the flesh of the apple. On the surface of th fnift the average sited opening Is slightly less than .01 of an lm :i across but beneath the skin It Is ronslde rably. enlarged Externally :he egg punctures may be distinguished from the others by the small mass of glue-likexcrement with which the opening through the skin d e I When Father Helped. fort to subsist on the Juicy, growing The fond father held lh. manuof fruit. In apples that cease to grow, script while bis fon practised the oraIn Use For Over ii I Years. whether they fall to the ground or tion. The Kind You Have Always RojghL as mummies banging to the hnd i "h;ill e tern,lt the rnthliThere's a Reason. branches, the larvae Jive, reach full of the hydra headed tyrant," crld th growth and then pupate within the youth, "to to towell, what Is It?" j "Paul, If I were to die, rhould you fruit. widow .MullerT" was The lath-reMiing hb the jmariy i It was not determined whethtr the manunrrlpt. ;od h avins. no!" wounds of the apple weevil alone are bow "Why not? Kvery one "Oh, yea," be muttered, "here It !Ik sufficient to cause the apple to drop or 'to dsMrale,' Ii on." me h Is." "Y i, that's Just th reaon." whether the. species Is dependent upon "It's desecrate." cried th loy. Inassistance from fungous diseases and dignantly. "'.Shall we jirmlt the Penalized for Holding, other Insects In causing the apples to ruihlfss band of the hjdrs headed Maud 1 o o i l e er In palmls'rt? come to a condition which suits their tyrant to the'he the K'.hel In s way. I've fcr.own It to requirements In reaching full develop why dni't you pmmpt me?" rnVodifl .nrk s" meet. miter when the the lather was ststli.g bard at h man w PJ3oBBtSitgI We tell you aJxutbow rool you 11 feci after taking a CASCAKLT that millions o people buy, u and recommend them Bi.i that's talk you bug a box now take as directed and jrc tho rm In the morning After you know CASCAKtrra you'll never be wiiiiout tbem. vtf CASCABETt toe bos fnr a week's treatment, all rurs aetl-la lb wvthL lnrirt. SUUw boaca a month. to-nij-U DAISY FLY KILLER - V METHOD OF REMOVING STUMP , fry.-,- Syrwfi, - ' : The Luggage Question. lawyer, is slays well drt M'il n an. ami at iriiinat s a At th" I'nii.n slovenly aH'iarsnee. flub be said of a w sterner one day: "He has come on to New York lor he has week and 1 don't bfl brought a stitch of linkage with him." Here Mr. Nk-oismiled "Unless, indeed," be sdded. "he's stowed something In the iaree bags be carries la the knees of his trou- Dclnrey N."ll. Make it a usual, dark it thoroughly and rich to luring out the distinctive lii l flavour and food value. Cool with cracked ice, and add sugar and lemon; also a little cream i( dcsifed. , Ponfum is really a with the nutritive elements of the field grains. Ire it, and jmt have a pleasant,' safe, cooling drink for summer days an agreeable surprise for those who have never tried it. sers." a Reason POSTUM Poatm C er-- l Cot, Limited, HaMle Creek. Mich. for , '.' u tMti II Im . vl J f i 1 twosr1'i 19 I tS E. BURTON, . .?; aa4 mr Hl Sal's - HOWARD ti. f at SV..4la. 'nVSr.?.0' SU.i, 'i eii. lnM.1..! - wfins srs1'i''W f V- a. f r MA,t?4 BALSAM u- - kaSt LkaJjj S!r eHM 'r MV-'-- - - wf Il laitaww ' t- feaa.titTlUa, MatiuMl ! . FREE INFORMATICH Pith f rs y the world astrM ' rmntn - prf 31 it. la, W N. U . 1 ai4 4tf W4Ws tan ). M-a- n riiilififf rrrnniri taw.. ( f A U staSJ LaWt City, No. nims'e. rf'fa hs f rant Msssa 21910 Remedies are Needed Wera we are ami, medicirrrs wrmild perfect, wbi'i are not often be needed, lit it time our systems have be come weakened, impaired sod broke dews) thrmith indicrctis which beve (one oe from the early throm0t eosntles (eneratKms, retried ira ere nee JeJ la aid Nature in correrliei irat inherited and Mherwite cquired weaktees. to reach the seat of stomach weak nets and cxmeqiterit dietir trrwhles, there is Siothing o jnod at Lr. f lerce's (ioluVrt Medical Uitcov era, glycerie trnnpwwd, estrscfed Imrn native anedio- fnal roofs sold f"T ovrr forty yeart with great satitlacf inn to eft ewrt. Foe week Itiiwimw t, Mrer (nnplainl, I'aia ie the Stomach after eating, lleartnairsi. Bad Breath, Belching of fond.Chronie Diarrbee and other Inteatioal n and moat efficient reanedy. l)erargewentt, the ''Discovery' it a ar, teeh, time-prove- WroriB food-drin- k Thcre'f a li j ICED POSTUM nw PACKER'S 'iJ !"r i23",' j lil.er-tles- r.iafces SM 11 MtMl)t)M W. llnl e i i.mv All ft I: hy. !our,g manuscript. "The the poodle pac!1l imodie. !fWra . Mr. , '...r ." um of our liver ties." he stammered. , "It's the 'i iilWli'im irf o.ir Lowering the ft is roared the toy. 'Clinrnv that o tuvem. brieh'er paper I'll f,ny it me.H" And be stalked away angrily. a kU mm (MJli r-n- ature ' Paxtme powder Utile in a glra of hot water makes a delight! ul anlueptic so lution, poueuing extraordinary cleansing, germicidal and Sealing power, and absolutely hamlets. Try a Sample. 50c. s large box at drucgitts or by BaaiL PAXTON TOlLtTCO.. Boa-roMaa-- the-eczem- d true, faithful and well fixed. eminently the element of human life; without It the mind cannot reach' Its fullest height-Jo- hn Ituskln. It's the things we don't get that we should sometimes tie mot thankful for. ludicrous. have heard about the census taker? "A census taker rang the bell of a Hlllyer place residence the other day and an elderly gentleman opened the You L Hibernian Verdict. A New Yorker is the happy employer of an ngeTl IrtVhm'an. who grotfs eloquent over the woes of the Isle, Said the boss? "fat. the "Corner' statement Is merely tory f-- A A h 'S-H- king of England Is dead." moThe old. man was silent for ment. Then he took off his hat. "WVJl," he said slowly, "as. a man he was a fine bit of a boy. As Englishmen go, be was as good as yez ran make them. As king, there was nobody on earth as .could beat him. riut stflr; Til keep me eye mi George." then the tableau. But He Wasn't. Senator Depew, In bU birthresidence on his seventy-blxtday, told a reporter that his health was perfect. "You do. Indeed, sir," said the reporter, heartily, "look the picture of health." "Yes," said the senator, "I shouldn't have said I was well If my appearance didn't bear me out. A self contradic- granular . sam-tlfyin- And 0' "And now we come to personal courage." cried the speaker, excitedly; "our masculine enemies try to deride us with such allusions as 'frail femininity.' or 'weaker vessels," but we can' show more bravery than men." "Aye, aye, sister!" echoed a mighty chorus. "When it comes to real danger we '. . fenr nothing." ' "Aye, aye, slRter!" "Now, take sister Horn, our worthy fighter and vote getter of this district. She fears nothing. Two nights In sister Horn came home from one of our enthusiastic meetings and found a man under her bed." There was a short pause. Then a little emaciated chap who had crvpt lo the from "unobserved arose, and stretched his arms. "H'm!" he ejaculnted, with a deep yawn.. '"111 bet a dollar agin a. ulug of tobncco that man was bT Mil king safety." And when the little emarlnted chap his bearings he was finally on the sidewalk minus hat and collar. Ioe.Is when dis-eua- are-fille- dark-colore- The suffragette meeting was In full blast. Enthusiasm was rampant and eVery remark the distinguished leader (mule was cheered to the echo. Km-eral- Get After the Files. With the warm days flies multiple Now Is the time to atamazingly, tack them and prevent the breeding of millions from the few hundreds that already exist. Perhaps the most effective method A teacher In one of the lower grase schools was entertaining two visitors of destroying files Is by burning to the classroom. Several days pre- pyrethrum in each room. This stuns can be swept up and the flies viously the teacher had furnished burned. and they amusement and at the same time Ine Flies are dangerous carriers of creased the childreu's store of knowlIK an and of humankind. enemy edge by a series of questions of the your part toward keeping down the following nature: "What do we sit on that rhymes pest and improving the health of your community. with hair?" Some child would answer: "Chair." In the Way. Today the visitors would be pleased "You haven't much of a memory for to observe how readily the pupils dates," Bald the conversational boardcould answer. er. "What do I wear on my head that "Nope," replied Farmer Corntosnel. rhymes with cat?" asked the Instruct "1 used to have. Rut it Interferes with ress. business when you're sellin' spring Up went the band of a boy with red chickens." hair. t)r. PIpwi'b plrnimM Pelleta enrwUltwitM-Kyinnt'.iikiion. . "Well, Johnny." Bald she, "you may CotiBtipnUon U tliti cuiiM. nf inanr i:ih uitUMi Mud you Bum ill lliu Jfiaiiy lo lake. us." tell Johnny arose and appeared frightKnnul Is the price we pay for knowlened. edge. "It's a rat." he blurted. UNDEFEATED CHAMPION OF THE FROM THE MOUTHS OF BABES NORTHWEST. Johnny Probably Told the Truth, but T. A. Ireland, Rifle Shot, of Colfax, at a Dreadfully Inopportune Wash, Tells a Story. Time. SNOUT BEETLE PEST Constipation Vanishes Forever DAMAGES YOUNG FRUIT Prompt ReliefPermanent Car "There's thing" fastening the chain to one of the large roots and bringing It across the top of the stump, a leverage can be secured to take full advantage of the strength of the horses, Flowers in the Garden. A few flowers should be planted In If It Is out of sight the garden, from the road. It will be a more attractive place to work In and many a fine bouquet csn be cnt for table decorations and as gifts to friends. There re number'ien floral beauties from Py - which to choose, hut some of the nM fashioned ones should not be negiort ed. They serve to keep fresh old lime memories and hence no doubt assist In making our lives purer end better. Ang's. a bright side to every- "A bright sid! Ush!" "Well, there Is." "Ifcj you mean to tell me, detnr, that there Is a bright side to my basing had my leg amputated? "Indeed, Ibere Is; snd If ou put jourself In my place you really see It." Skim-Milfor Hogs. Gunner "Tbey say since Orgwood One farmer who feeds his hogs the sklm-mllwarm from the separator, bought his new aufomoM'e be has run mixed with eornmeal In the ratio of Into wealth " Gurer "Tes, be rso Inlo on lo three, figures that he secure a 4M pound bog the otber da-.- " what amounts to 40 rents a hundred Ixn t throw kisses, my boy; deliver pounds for bis sklm-mll- k them In persoa. The genuine ham on lla vulnitie wrapper the Hl&natur fa eeee a anttw aa a aaKaf itnfc fnr ttiia two aleo bolie, snedicine re swr txrweritrrsasi, exit evra though the ajrgeot dealer anaf Ihererry make a little bigfef prost. Pierce's Pleeaen Pellets regulate and brrigorate ssoeaectv, liver aad fcowela. Swgar-eoeteliay graamlea, oeay te take ea ewxtv. Ye earn I afford I. r (rH W AXLE GREASE is the turning point to economy in wear and tear of wagons. Try a Lot. Every dealer, every whe-- e COlT.niTlL OIL tsasarf tiatxti CO.