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GEORGIA'S NEW SENATOR
By W. C. Cotton, M.-D.
yj Hoke Smith.
, This picture shows Hoke
Smith, lately governor of Geor
gia, now senator from that state.
He was in Grover Cleveland's
If congress continues till after
the national convention, what a
lot of re-making of laws the U. S.
supreme court will haye on hand!
Generally speaking a headache
is a sort of a stomache-ache. That v
is to" say, it is merely a symptom77
of trouble, not in the head, but in0"
the abdomen. More than two-
thirds of all headaches are due tou
some trouble in the stomach or '
Some of these are due to con-
stipation, some to over-eating,
some to alcohol very many
some to nervous' derangement of
the stomach. , ,
Faulty vision is also a factor.
The only cure for them is that
which cures the-tmginal trouble.
Don't take headache 'powders.
Take, rather, something- to re
lieve your digestive tract, and eat
less or dririk less.
For the headache merely sign
fies that you have been poisoned
by material that your stomach,
liver and bowels haven't been able
to cope with and eliminate. You
have choked your machine.
Headache powders are merely
drugs that deaden pain. Some of
them are very dangerous Nones
of them gets to the seat of the'
trouble as does a dose of castor, "
oil. ' v
But better than carthartics is'..T
"Boss, would you help a poorj
gent what ain't able to work? nc
"Why, you look strong. Whatr
keeps you from working?"
"Me blooming pride, sir."-rQ