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MUSCULAR SLOTH AND
I ByWj C. Cotton.
' There are many cases of chron
ic constitpation that are due to
mere muscular sloth The vic
tim lets his whole system ''sag,"
the contents" of his abdominal
cavity in partjculan His abdom
inal muscles stretch and frow lax.
In vulgar parlance, he becomes
The cure for this kind .of con
stipation is exercise,- Get busy
on 'sL course of physical culture.
Especial cafe should 'be paid to
Strengthening' the muscles of the
-'abdomen. Thfs-is-done'by bend
ing, combined' Jvith deep breath
' 'ingsf-JTry touching :your toes
I JwitfcTypur. fingers (without bend-,
ing your knees) SO times a. day.
At the same time breathe deeply c
THE FARCE PLAYED OUT
The significance of the mar
velous growth of the independent
or non-partisan spirit in munici
palities cannot be overestimated.
The farce of conducting local
elections on national issues is
played out, and it is a mighty
hopeful sign for' the future that
men everywhere are beginning to
look at political facts with their
eyes, instead of their prejudices.-T-E.
"There's a fool in every fam
ily!" declared the California lady
voter to her caller. He "was a
bachelor and should see his hat
Lirom where he -sat, too.
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