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Run the Ball
htmg home the kacoat, collar the blue vase,
carry the message to Garcia, etc
1ITTLE Raisins, full of energy and
-iron, will put the pep into you
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One hundred and forty-five cal
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Comes from fruit sugar in prac
tically predigested form levulose, the
scientists call it so it goes to work
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Try these little raisins when you're
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they pick you up and set you on your
He (sarcastically) 1 you call that
thing on your head a lint?
rfce (Idly) Do you call that thing
' ". hat a head?
Iteration rrrtdur dlarabl an1
'lime atarmlnc avrnrlom. Wrlehfa
tnaTan Mable rill. Hlmnlil. the dlrra
lllYroct to function naturally. Adv.
"When you pmiMtl before
nine of your speech, were
to think of something to sa
"So." unswered Senator rchtim.
1 was recalling the s.il.Je. (. 'hut I
must le careful not to Don m "
For Cold. Croup an f Paint.
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One who fin N
others In order
t 'if opinion of
;rr-e Ith It, will
ret along in a ?
W. Ii. Douglu aire actually de
mandeil year af u -oarbj more people
Uuut any otber -Uoe in tbe world.
tori, and workmantnip mn
quiled (ortba price, it It
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that wha you bar W. I
Doaflu how you ir ftt-
tpTl es In making lb-1 t
boMpovslMe forth pi -t
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tka pWoa alajcpad on arar j
r t nmin sctfcowu
IW of oar ova stoma la tb
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an ererTwbera. Ask toot
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lac WX.OonglM aboaa with
tka ratal 1 nr 1 ea aa d tba nama
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aNi m srrr
atampad oa tba aola. TbaBarttefaailiTaa adatj.
ratal i pneaa ara tna aama niw
tba aama rtifafoMai.
m2t ta wmr tmrm Amm
If I ffcaMailtM - ' VTIf
fswi w JroMia, afm
"I don't want to jrrow as tall as Cap
tain Gubblus, rnnnnnyr
"Why not. darling?"
"Cause lie's growetl right through
Sheep ticks are a nuisance, but a
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a much Mm
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the beat baking powder. It! iteadr
asrowth of favor naa reached such
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is teat as anck as
Thif it the beat proof of (to
s of the wholesome
it ahrars produces
arnica! aad unfailing result!
always obtained where it it used,
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An Admirable Attribute.
"Can you mention even one good r
stilt produced by Jazz?" we sternly de
manded. "Certainly!" replied Uncle Fopy.
"Jnzz renders professional imiRiiinn
so furious that temporarily, at least,
they forpet to strut and pose and tell
how good they arc." Kansas CUy
doublidav. raci and compak
SVXOI'SlS.-DiiriiiK tle lieltjlit f
tlie Now OrN-ans arniv:il wasnn
Jnrliit. IV1I. utMllliy tluiUKli some
what inHt'rloiiH I'itizfii. and lr
Analey. are (IIm-usIiik .1 wrles t
roblK-rles by an in.Iivitlti.il known
us I In' .Mitli.iKlit MaKiiurr, who. In
varialil) atllrt'tl as an aviator, hai
loilK iIWIimI the K.IU-e. Joseph Mall
lanl. weallliy lamker. Is KivliiK .1
hall that nicliI. at which tho Mac
quer has threatem'tt to appear ami
nl the guests. Fell ami Anslcy.
on their way to tlie aflair. meet :t
Klrl tliesseil as foliiinliim". seeniinK
ly known to 1VII. hut tnaskeil, wlio
RccoiniMnies them to tlie Kill
l.uelo Leilanois. recently the warl
of her uncle. Joseph M.iillard. is
the rolumhine. At the hall. Huh
Maillaril, mm of the hanker, again
proii"seM to her anil Is refuseil lie
offem to hiiv some of her properly
A Franciscan incnk Interest! her
He turns out to lie IMince l.ramont
In his library Joseph Maillanl anil
a group of his friends are held up
ami rolihcil by the Midnight Mas
quer I.ucie l.eilanois. the last of
an util family, is in straitened cir
cumstances. Joseph MaiUanl's han
dling of her funds has been unfor
tunate. Fell is an old friend of her
parents and deeply Interested In
the girl. Henry Cr.nnniit. really
the Prime, de t,ramont. is enamored
of I.urie. I.ucie talks Willi Fell
attout her affairs and the Masked
Masquer. llr.ininnt's chauffeur.
Hammond, sergeant In the A. I
K. lites with him. He was the
original Midnight Masquer, and
Oramont had assumed the role.
Where Hammond had been a rob
ber for financial gain. Gramont.
of course, is not He arranges to
return the "loot" to those whom
h has robbed. Oramont and Ham
mond put the Jewels and money
In Individual packases to be re
turned the next day.
CHAPTER V Continued.
In the parage Hammond switched
on the lights of the car. Ity the glow
they disposed their burdens in the lug
gage compartment of tlie toniienti,
which held them neatly. The com
partment closed and locked, they re
turned into the house and dismissed
the nffnir as settled.
Upon the following morning Ora
mont, who usually breakfasted en pen
sion with his hostess, had barely seat
ed himself nt the table when he per
ceived the figure of Hammond at the
rear entrance of the dining room. The
chauffeur beckoned him hastily.
"Conic out here, cap'n!" Hammond
was breathing heavily, and seemed to
be In some agitation. "Want to show
Grniinmt rose and followed Ham
mond out to the garage, much to his
amazement. The chauffeur halted oe
side the car and extended him a key.
pointing to the luggage compartment.
"Here's the key you open her!"
"What's the matter, man?"
"The stuffs gone!"
Gramont seized the key and opened
the compartment. It proved empty
lLdced. He stared up Into the face
of Hammond, who was watching In
"I knew you'd suspect me," broke
out the chauffeur, but Gramont Inter
rupted, him curtly.
"Don't be n fool; nothing of the
hurt. 4us the bMiiii ! l.-rd"1''
"Yes, and the compartment, too' I
came out to look over that cut tire,
and thought rd make sure the stuff
was safe "
"We're up against It, that's all.
Someone must have been watching us
last night, eh?"
"The guy that trailed you yester
day, most like," agreed Hammond,
dourly, "l'ou think they got us, cap'n?
What can we do?"
"Do?" Gramont shrugged his shoul
ders and laughed. "Nothing except to
wait and see what lmppens next!
Don't touch that compartment door. I
want to examine It later."
Hammond gazed admiringly nfter
him as he crossed the garden. "If you
ain't a cool hand, I'm a Dutchman I"
he murmured, and followed his master.
At ten o'clock that Monday morn
ing Gramont's car approached Canal
street, and halted a block distant.
Gramont left the car, and turned to
speak with Hammond.
"I've made out at least two finger
prints on the luggage compartment,"
he said, quietly. "Drive around to
police headquarters nnd enter a com
plaint In my name to a robbery of the
compartment; say that the thief got
away with some valuable packages I
had been about to mall. They have a
process of transferring fingerprints
such as these; get It done. Perhnps they
can Identify the thief, for It must have
been some clever picklock to get Into
the compartment without leaving a
scratch. It was someone sent by that
devil Jacliin Fell, and I'll land him
if I can!"
"Then Fell will land ns if he's got
the stuff I"
"Let him! How can he prove any
thing, unless he had brought the po
lice to open up that compartment? Get;
along with you!"
Hammond grinned, saluted, and
Slowly Gramont edged his way
through the eddying crowds to Canal
street, and presently gained the impos
ing portals of the Exeter National
bank. Entering the building, he sent
his card to the private ofllce of the
president; a moment later he was
ushered In, and was closeted with Jo
The Interior of the Exeter National
reflected the stern personality that
ruled It. The bank was dark, old
fashioned, conservative, guarded with
much effrontery of Iron grills nnd bars
against the evil doer.
The window men greeted their cus
tomers with Infrequent smiles, with
amutlna and reserve so great that It
TL P... Ue, flnAnn
iiic viiy man a uaiucn
The city tuurs backyard garden,
an Inherited expression of tlie crop
growing Instinct. Wha of the man
who hates gardening and 'ower plant
ing? He probably ULc o roam In
the woods and fish a thro-rback to
ancestors who lived by i'si dig and
hunting. They were r -me s. unlike
the soil tillers. Anoiu r type In
spring goes crazy on sirt. If they
could trace thnlr fnmll, traei far
. it sanctity of
. to ivxt heavily upon
of bowed shnulderi.
liesliies-i t'liMntni'i-s of thli hank
fi'li ' : , . fi r ulT:iir liinwll.ul llv of.
'""hi), with an luliiiinaii precision
thai wils admirable. It n pond tir
bil- . ..ss. and they liked it. There
i ho were nt-riistomcil to
' : n
! .mil cot.
i bankers of em-dial smile
' ',s wc tl. people who liked
anil to be met
''linp, did not
ifi who entered
come here, i
here. I'linucc t-ii.-t
the sacred portals were duly
and put In their proper ,
. M .t
i si 111:1 1 ly
ii (I who
of them weie, that N. '
some Intrepid soul ajv
seemed impervious to
chill, who seemed een f"
One of the.-e persons wn
ing In the lobby ami sin
with a cool impudence wbhl
rntornhle glances from the clerks.
He was a ileientty dressed fellow,
obviously no culomcr of Ibis sacro
sanct plio-o. obviously a stranger to
Its interior. Ileneath a raklshly
cocked soft bat learned a counteuaiu-e
that bore - '.ook of self-assured imper
tinent de Alter one look at that
counten .lie assistant cashier
crooked ity fiimer nt the Hour
guard, bled and walked to the
intruder .vith a polite query.
'Tan 1 help you. slrj"
The intruder turned, favored the
guard with a cool stare, then broke
into n Ir.' , 1 a Hood of Creole dia
lect. "Wiii 'i -11 1 old I.acrol.v from
Carenci j And look at the brass but-
"Go to the Devil, Then," Snapped
Chacherre, and Turned Away.
tons (liable ! You must own th'
place, hein? the cat's tail gro'is In
time, I see! You remember me'i"
"Hen Chacherre!" exclaimed the
guard, losing his dignity for an In
stant. "Why you vaurien, you!"
"So yon turn up your sanctified nose
nt Ren Chacherre, do you?" exclaimed
that person jauntily. "A vaurien, am
1? Old peacock! Lead mc to the man
who cashes checks, lackey, brass but
tons that you are! Come, obey me,
or I'll hnve you thrown Into the
"You you wish to cash n check?
Hut you are not known here"
"Rah, Insolent onel Monkey In the
calabash that you are! Do you not
"Heaven preserve me! I will not
answer for your accursed checks."
"Go to the devil, then," snapped
Chacherre, and turned nway.
His roving eyes had already found
the correct window by means of the
other persons seeking It. and now he
stepped into the small queue that had
formed. When It came his turn, he
slid his check across the marble slnb,
tucked bis thumbs Into the armholes
of his vest, nnd Impudently stared into
the questioning, coldly repellent eyes
of the teller.
"Well?" he exclaimed, ns the teller
examined the check. "Do you wish to
eat It, that you sniff so hard?"
The teller gave him a glance. "This
Is for a thousand dollars"
"Can I not read?" said Chacherre.
with an Impudent gesture. "Am I nn
ignorant 'Cnjun? Have I not eyes In
my head? If you wish to start an
argument, say that the check Is for a
hundred dollars. Then, by heaven, I
will argue something with you !"
"You are Ben Chacherre, eh? Does
anyone here know you?"
Chachetre exploded in a violent
oath. "Dolt that you are, do I have
to be known when the check Is In
f, ajorlty Wither Quickly, but Some
Grow Robust When Exposed to
New York's Climate.
-New York has long been known In
thp provinces as the nesting place ot
bank rolls. In this nest either they
grow or they die young. A bank roll
Is n sensitive plant, as It were, being
influenced quickly and permanently
by climatic and diplomatic changes.
Nothing can become discouraged more
quickly thnn a bank roll In New York,
and nothing can gain a satisfied and
prosperous maturity more quickly If
It gets tlie right start, attends to Its
own business nnd keeps away from
,e.i:Bb, they'd probably find gladi-
rs and professlona' soldiers at the
rirtJ- Nature Intended nil men to
" Uers of the so11' Wandering
therefrom, we have economic and
health problems that result from con
gestion. From these we revolt In
springtime revert to type fish, roam,
plant vegetables, trees, grass and
First Paper Makers.
Wasps construct their raptr rests
from wood pulp: and It is $ite i"- J
dorsed miller my signature? Who
taught you business, monkey?"
"True," answered the teller sulkily.
"Yet the :i 111 1 tm t "
"Ob, ball!" Chacherre snapped his
lingers. ": anil teleph .lachiii
Fell, .ou old milium! Go and tell
him .ton do nut know his siciuilurc
well, who are ou looking atV Am I
a telephone, then? You are not hiieil
to look but I t ! Cel about it."
The fiit-axcil and si-aiualieil teller
be koued a confrere. .Im hln Fell was
telephoned. I'i'cMiiiiiilily his i.spouse
was reassuring, for ('hacherre was
presently luimled a thousand dollars
in small bills, as he requested, lie
iie-lsted upon counting over the money
al the window with Insolent assiduity.
Hung a limil compliment at tlie teller,
and swaggered across the lobby, lie
was still standing by the entrance
when Henri ii'raliioiit left the private
otht-e of the president nnd passed him
by without a look.
Toward noon (iramoni :rrlied afoot
at his pension. Itehiuil the imrnge. In
the alley, he discovered Hammond
busily at work cleaning and polishing
the engine of tlie car.
Hello!" lie exclaimec", cheerily.
"I'relly good, cap'n." Hammond
glanced up, then paused.
A stranger was strvlllng toward
lliem along the alleyway, a jaunty In
dividual who was gayly whistling and
wlio seemed entirely carefree and
happj. He appeared to have no in
terest whatever in them, and Ham
mond concluded that he was innocu
ous. "They got them prints tine, cap'n.
What's more, they think they've locat
ed the fellow that made 'em."
"Ah, good work!" exclaimed Gra
mont. "Some criminal?"
Hammond frowned. The stranger
had come to a halt a few feet distant.
Hung them a jerky, careless nod, and
was beginning to roll a cigarette. He
surveyed the car with n knowing and
appreciative eye. llammoud turned
his back on the man disdainfully.
"Yep a sneak thief they'd pinched
a couple of years back ; didn't know
where be was, bin the prints seemed
to tit him. They'll come up anil look
things oer sometime today, then go
after him and hind him."
Gramont gave the stranger a glance,
but the other was still surveying the
cur with evident admiration. If be
heard their words he gave them no
Who was the man, then?" asked
"A guy with n queer name F.en
Chacherre." Hammond pronounced It
as lie deemed correct as the name
was spelled. "Only they didn't call
him that. Here, I wrote it down."
He Ashed In his pocket and pro
duced a paper. Gramont glanced at
It nnil laughed.
"Oh. Chacherre!" He gave the
name he Creole pronunciation.
y Sitslierry. I expc.1 they'll
time now said two bulls
-.lit." Gramont nodded nnd
. way, with another glance at
dger. "I'll not want the car
- tonight that I know of. I'm
it 'f l'roteus ball. So your
ti,..s i -mt il tomorrow; make
'le ..1 ten, and Hammond re
.('". -:is work. Then he stralght-
j ... f" the Jaunty stranger was
be upon him with evident
m ii- - ik.
' . you got there, brother!"
Rri. i-i. erre, who had overheard
mi. -1 t the foregoing conversation.
Ilg s cigarette and grinned fa
mli.n "Some car. eh? All she
need.-. . i some good tires, a new coat
of paint, a good steel chassis, and a
new engine "
"Huh?" snorted Hammond. "Say,
you 'bo, who sold you chips In this
game? Move along!"
Ren grinned anew and rested him
self against a near-by telephone pole.
"Free country, ain't It?" he In
quired lazily. "Or have you Invested
your winnings nnd bought this here
Hammond reddened with anger anil
took n step forward. The next words
of Chacherre, l.owever. Jerked him
sharply Into ?elf-ontrol.
"Seen anything of nn aviator's hel.
met around here?"
"nuh?" Tlie chauffeur glared at
his tormentor, yet with n sudden sick
feeling Inside his bosom. "Who you
"Nobody. I was asking a question,
that's nil. I was flyln along here last
night In my alrplnne, and I lost my
helmet overboard. Thought maybe
you'd seen It. So long, brother!"
"Few crooks In the country
had not heard the name of Ixzy
(TO BE CONTINUED.)
FOR BANK ROLLS
Generally spenklng. I would recom
mend this town as the best henlth re
sort for bank rolls In the world. Some
bank rolls come here In the full view
of perfect healthy with perfectly nor
mal chest mensifrements and waist
lines suited to their age. and Immedi
ately go Into n decline which no
science Is able to stem. They seem to
be victims of the old-fashioned disease
known as galloping consumption.
Others come here In a very frail
state of 'health, puny In fact, and by
judicious exercise oke on weight and
require larger nnd larger belts. Cir
cumstances alter bank rolls. Hoy K
Moulton. In the New York MaiL
that likes ngo. when the human raci
was In a rr more primitive stuti
than It is t present. It gained Its
Idea In paper manufacture from Un
social wasps, which had the hiitne
habits then as now, says the Amerl
can Foresti Magazine. Most of thes't
social wa'p obtain the mateilnl fnni
which they h. 'e their paper from ll.c
looser parts of the surface of old. un
painted fence beards rails, hous
shingles and so on. and It is forme'
Into the nec'ssury pulp by beiut
chewed jp with the saliva rs a inixv
Chef Had Plenty
BijC He Could
Even an' expert chf for an up-to-date
restaurant, with everything heart
could wljb In the eating line nnd the
skill to r'T-ire It In the most appctlz
ing mni p t finds life miserable and
work a o irden with his nppetlte gone
and his health all broken up on ac
count of stomach trouble.
According: to his own ftatcment,
such had been the case for two years
with William I.nck-y, 8G3 North Wells
St., Chicago, IH., chef at a popular
North Clark St. restaurant, who says
he recently " "! relief by taking
Mr. Lackey n iw boasts of a "won
derful nppetlte and a stomach that
digests such th.nr as ham and eggs,
corned beef and cabbage, and rich pas
tries, foods that would have nlmost
put me out of commission before I
"Before I -i r acrsti this medicine,"
said he, "I i- having to lay off from
my work for ice!t at a time Just
on account of r nimeroui Ills I suf
fered from m'.gi stlon. Rut when 1
tell you I l.ti. gained fifteen pounds,
ent and dlgi-s anything, and am on
the job every oay feeling fine, you may
know how I appreciate Tanlac."
Tanlac la sold by all good druggists.
Cause c a Wife's Anger.
"Does ronr n-Ife get nngry If you
don't fa 'o In , ?" "No; only If I don't
listen to "
Say "Bayer" and Insist!
Unless you see the name "Rayer" on
package or on tablets you are not get
ting the genuine Rayer product pre
scribed by physicians over twenty-two
years and proved safe by millions for
Neuralgia I'nln, Tain
Accept "Rayer Tablets of Aspirin"
only. Each unbroken package contains
proper directions. Handy boxes of
twelve tablets cost few cents. Drug
gists also sell bottles of 24 and 100.
Asperln Is the trade mark of Bayer
Manufacture of Jfononcctlcacldester of
i Far-Away Jobs.
Mrs. Knlcker "Do you look for
work?" Weary Willie "No, mum ; me
method Is to listen in for It."
"Retter be ten minutes ahead than
ten seconds behind.
WILLING TO DO HIS SHARE
Jack Dempsey's 'teally Amusing Story
of Irishman Made a Hit With
Jack Demprey's recent visit to
London wns n brief one but It af
forded him time enough to establish
a brilliant reputation as nn after
dinner speaker. Several London news
papers. In fact, declared him to be
a better after-dinner spenker than
Chnuncey Depew or James Ilussell
Jack made his reput.nl on at a
luncheon given In his honor by Lord
Northcllffe. All England's greatest
statesmen, artists and millionaires
were gathered round the board. When
the young champion was called on for
a toast he rose and said:
"I am a good deal like the Irishman
who attended a dinner where every
guest had to make n speech, sing a
song or tell a story. When the Irish
man's turn came he got up and said:
"T can't make a speech, or sing a
song, or tell a story, but I'll fight any
man In the room.'"
Saved Himself a Licking.
The Farmer What are you getting
up there In that npple tree?
Boy The stomach ache, sir.
Seldom does nnyone hnve to apolo
gize for keeping still.
True blue never fades.
T isn't so
sleep you get.
it fitful and unrefreshing?
One common cause of wakefulness at night is over
stimulation from coffee drinking. For coffee contains
caffeine which irritates the nerves and frequently leads to
If you have any idea that coffee keeps you awake at
night, or makes you nervous, make a change from coffee to
This pure cereal beverage contains nothing that can harm
health, and its flavor is much like coffee. In fact, many
people prefer Postum for its flavor alone.
Your grocer sells Postum in twoorms: Instant Postum
(in tins) prepared instantly in the cup by the addition of boil
ing water. Postum Cereal (in packages) for those who pre
fer to make the drink while tne meal is being pre
pared; made by boiling fully 20 minutes.
P0StUm FOR HEALTH
Applicsnta for Insurance Often
Judging from reports from dra'gists
who are constantly in direct touch-with
the public, there ii one preparation l!nt
has been very successful in ovei-LO'ni'-,
these conditions. The mild and h"J!.-, '
influence of Dr. Kilmer's Stramp-ltoot is
toon realized. It stands the highest for
its remarkable record of success.
An examining physician for one of the
prominent Life Insurance Companies, in
an interview on the subject, made the as
tonishing statement that one reason why
so many applicants for insurance are re
jected is because kidney trouble is so
common to the American people, and the
large majority of those whose applications
are declined do not even suspect that they
have the disease. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Koot is on sale at all drug stores in liottles
of two sires, medium and large.
However, if you wih first to test this
(treat preparation send ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a
sample bottle. When writing be sure and
mention this paper. Advertisement.
Few Women Inventors.
Only IX)7 of the3"i,132 Inventors who
last year applied to the patent office
for protection arc women. The year
before the nronortlon was much the
same. Officials do not remember a 1
single Instance of a striking Invention
by a woman. '
Discovery by Scientists Has Replaced
Pills and salts give temporary re
lief from constipation only at the ex
pense of permanent Injury, says an
eminent medical authority.
Science has found a newer, better
way a means as simple as Nature
In perfect health a natural lubricant
keeps the food waste soft and moving.
Rut when constipation exists this nat
ural lubricant Is not sufficient. Medi
cal authorities have found that the
gentle lubricating action of Nujol most
closely resembles that of Nature's own
lubricant. As Nujol Is not a laxative
It cannot gripe. It Is In no sense n
medicine. And like pure water It is
harmless and pleasant.
Nujol Is prescribed by physicians;
used In leading hospitals. Get a bottle
from your druggist today. Advertise
ment. Some Town.
"I'm from Chicago. I manufacture
"I'm from Chicago myself."
"What do you manufacture?"
Cutlcura Soothes Baby Rashes
That Itch and burn, by hot baths
of Cutlcura Soap followed by gentle
anointings of Cutlcura Olutment.
Nothing better, purer, sweeter, espe
cially If a little of the fragrant Cutl
cura Talcum Is dusted on at the fin
ish. 25c each. Advertisement.
hasn't the Brains.
"Did Reggie ever work?"
"Work? Why, Reggie never even la
bored under a delusion."
"Does gossip Improve the mind?"
"No. It merely oils the tongue."
Gives Chetrful New Color V
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES dy.
I TROUBLE WAS NOT PHYSICAL
Lady's Apparent Suffering Merely the
Result of Her Hands Being
Passers-by stopped and looked. The
lady's face was writhing ns 11 she was
In terrible agony. Her mouth worked
up and down and she seemed to be
suppressing shrieks of pain. Then r
girl acquaintance approaches hur
riedly and gazed nt her face.
"Why," she exclaimed "what on
earth Is the matter?"
The twltchlngs ceaed and a sweet
smile took their place.
"With me?" Inquired the sufferer.
"But you look 111." said the girl.
"Your fuce It looked as If you were
In dreadful pain."
The lady held out her hands. In
one was a paper parcel In the other
"I was only trying." she explained,
"to work the edge of my veil down
over my chin, dear."
The crowd passed on.
Being Ignorant Is not so much a
shame as being unwilling to learn.
Let the sluggnn attend n picnic and
the ant will surely come to him.
It's a poor dog that can't make a
man mad by biting him.
much a question of the number of hours
you spend in bed, as it is of the quality of hs
Is your sleep sound and restful, or
Postum Cereal Company, Inc.
Battle i.reeK, Mien.
Mrs. R. E. Armentrout
Day'on. Ohio "Last winter I was
badly rundown in health. My stom
ach was In bad condition and I was
very nervous. I began taking Golden
Medical Discovery and It did me moro
good than any other medicine I ever
took. Before I had finished tho fourth,
bottlo ir-y appetite was normal and
I was less nervous. I think: Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery 13
tho best tonic on the market." Mrs.
It. B. Armentrout, 44 Simpson St.
Obtaln Dr. Pierce's Discovery no
In tablets or liquid from your neigh
borhood druggist. You will quick
ly feel the beneficial effect. Write
Dr. Pierce, President Invalids' Hotel
in Buffalo. N. Y., for free medical
advice. Send 10c It you wish a trial
piS- ot the Discovery Tablet3.
for the prompt ret
ana Hay Fever,
slat for it. 23 c
lar. Write tor FJ
!oberts I a correponilene i
Is He writes letters for a
v. olesale houj-e eirbt hours a day. a
f days azo he was dining at tho
e of u friend. Ai they sat down
! ' the meal he was unexpectedly
tailed i:iin to soy grace. This wa.
something Itoberts had never done,
ant be prided himself on never say
ing that be could not do a thing, b'o.
after a moment's ht-sltation. h
plunged into the prayer:
"We acknowledge with thanks the
receipt of your raors of this date.
O Lord," he began. "Permit ns to
express our gratitude at this evidence
of thy good will. May we merit the
confidence thus shown in us, while at
the same time trusting to receive
more favors In the future. Amen."
Kansas City Star.
Nervous prostration has a , - ty
hard Job when It tackles a man r
wife supports the family.
There are n good many occasions
out money luoncaies tne niart..nery.
Even the bad dye young now.
Th two forma of j
Postum are equally d-f
licious; and the cast is
only about He p cap
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