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Is yoW beek gir
in out? Are you
tired. miserable, all
un down; tortured with nagging back
ache, lameness and sudden, stabbing
iePp If so, look to your kidneys.
verwork. hurry and worry tend to
weaken the kidney. Backache and an
all worn out feeling is often the first
warning. Get back your health while
you can. Use Does's Kdncy Plls,
the remedy thousands recommend. Ak
A Mlisssippi Case
C. W. Ladnler, butcher, 8. Pascagoula
St., Pascagoul, Miss., says: "Sharp
pains darted through the small of my
back and nearly bent me double. The
kitdney secretions passed too freely and
were highly colored. Doan's Kidney
Pills did me so much good that I have
bhad but little trouble since. When I
do notice any slight kidney disorders,
I use Doan's with excellent results."
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FOR THE FEET
Sprinkle one or two Allen's Foot-Ease
powders in the Foot Bath and soak and
rub the feet. It takes the sting out of
Corns and Bunions and smartin, aching
feet. Then for lasting comfort, sTake AI
len's Foot=Ease into your shoes. It takes
the friction from the shoe, rests the feet
and makes walking a delight. Always use
it for dancing partie and to break in new
ihoes. Over One Million Five Hundred
Thousand pounds of Powder for the Feet
n ere used by our Army and Navy during
Ask for ALLENPS POOTFEASE
bAIB4 CHICKS--e6 Weekly. Ptre improved
varieties, greatly reduced prices. Trial order
will convince of quality. W. Leghorns c12;
Barred. White Rocks. . 1. Reds. 15c; W. Wy
andottes. ie; postpaid; from mature stoc.
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Will Rheumatism Again
Bind You Hand and Foot?
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If you had Rheumatism last year
and treated only the pains of the
disease by rubbing with liniments
and lotions, you can be sure that
soon again you will be In the shack
les of this relentless foe. You may
ýt rem sight temporary elief
lren the of the iase by
the us of these local but
heumatism Is too weal amd nt
tss a disease to be rubbed awaI.
So many ases of Rheumatism
em oem a tiny uerm in the
Not su S Firs
WCIIUJ ag~rarTOWIC THAT LAZY
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-SPLINTER MARKS FAR NORTH
Little Phn.l uixtenng lato Lake
of the Weds In Canada Is
Maey Americans have worried about
a stubby little penlasula whici atesds
f u, n (aesds Ito the, Lake o the
SWeeds oarth of the fortoy-ith paral
! k. whihb marks the establishe4bomnd
ar betweenm Canada and the United
tates fuem he Lake of the Woes to
T .ml ar, eht I o from -
. ass ," 00 u-rdms ea tLhree Ies
b po ot r ts e lah e t the
e b s Alsha, It is the north
k lenad otb IAmerea republi.
Ie map sbewa o town or village
bi the gmetn sad Isulated giles. It
appear merely as a traeCkies forest
Nw It is indicated that there'lr a
OJla in this tibrgottsen addave, br a
g"- any . lhe b e eetallmd at P.
Ime. ad a weekly mil service Ia
Dras t, winter the
wINl We by hMo and seigh
t Sli it the% isfk.h
a., dhe minmer a storboat will be
' to -r4, r a rc
SWpuonm up hore tby myasl.
alsfe *ir dear;
4 mestrrelrnahi teeatd)`L.
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SAaoomany poie wh& flo tea
gacrvon wfinmd that teaand offin
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
Beware! Unless you see the name
"Bayer" on package or on tablets you
are not getting genuine Aspirin pre
scribed by physicians for twenty-one
years and proved safe by millions.
Take Aspirin only as told in the Bayer
package for Colds. Headache. Neural
gia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache,
Lumbago, and for Pain. Handy tin
boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets of As
pirin cost few cents. Druggists also
sell larger packages. Aspirin is the
trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of
Monoaceticacidester of Salicylicacld.
Women Hoboes Now.
Woman hoboes are now adding to
the worries of the trainmen of the
Sparks division of the Southern
Pacific company. The third woman
hobo to be warned off a train at
Sparks this year was intercepted by
trainmen a few days ago. The train.
men say the woman was young and
If You Have a Pain
try Vacher-Balm. Keep it handy, and
According to old belief it is an omen
of good luck-a long and happy mar.
ried life-for a bride to slip as she
passes up the aisle on her way to the
blood, that you should try a rem
edy that has proven so thoroughly
satisfactory in these cases. S.S.S,
the fine old blood remedy cleanses
the blood of all impurities, and re
moves all disease germs that may
creep into the blood. Bein taking
8.S.. oday, and write our medical
director for expert advice, without
charge. Address Chief Medical
recommendet . . for. i not diseaseo
recommended for venereal disea
SOMEWHAT HARD TO EXPLAIN
Principal Could Hardly Have Choen
More Inopportune Moment to
Make His Entry.
I was a callow school teacher, nerv
ens and anxious to please, writes a
csrrespmndent. In my afirst year
followed the usual scheme, substitut
lag or cadetlng for teachers absent
for varlous causes. I was at a scooL
one day teaching In the absence o
a woman who was Il During the
moralag exerdses I read a couple of
chapters from a story, as was her cos
tom. I smaot remember the name of
the beet. but I had just read "But
here eaes the author o all our trou
bles," when the door suddenly openet
and In walked the prinpal. The room,
composed of high-school sophomores
burst Into one prolonged roar of laugh
ter. The princpal, a man inalstept
upon his dignity, walted patiently, bit
one burst of laughter followed another,
I tried to ezplain, but began to laugh
myself. IFnally, realizing that It was
the only way to restore order, he left
the room. Iater I explained and be
saw the joke.
He-No man follows fashlon like a
O, don't they? A woman el
tlows fashales cleosly, but a mans fi
lows her just as closely, therefom
Department Devoted to Attractive Magazine Material
By F. A. WALKER
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PASS IT ALONG
"H EARD a good story the other
day," he said, and then he re
cited a clean, wholsome anecdote,
which is said to have originated with
the late Champ C!ark.
He was passing along a little of
the joy of life. lie was distributing
There is a manufacturing establish
ment up in New England, not a big
enterprise. It is a sort of family at
fair in which all the workmen and
their wives and sweethearts have a
more than wage-envelope interest.
The principal reason Is that the
man who started It decided that he
was going to pass along the joy of
the success, if it was a su-cess, and
he has continued to do so fromt the
day the little factory opened.
* "S "
If a particularly big order comens
In he writes a little bulletin about it
and gives it to the superintendent,
anl :it the bottom of the slip of
I a:per are always the words "'l'ass It
That 'means that everybotay in the
factory knbws the good news almost
as soon as the owner does.
And one year when the profits
showed larger than usual he had the
bookkeeper draw up a little state
ment of the year's surplus.
When it was in his hands he took
his pen and dividing the total by two
he drew a ring around the quotient
and a line from the ring led to the
words "Pass It Along," which meant
that half of all the profits was divided
among the workmen.
The game of "Pass It Along" Is a
great game. So many tan play at it.
It needn't take any money to start
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THE GIRL ON THE JpB I
How to Succeed-How to Get
Ahead-How to Make Good
= By JESSIE ROBERTS
HERE li one big issue to settle in
the world of business and labor,
Issue of equal pay for equal work.
Evldenees of injustice are found
evelywhere. One woman held a posi
tion In a college for which she was
paid $1,800 a year. She resigned' be
cause she needed a higher salary; a
man took the poltion. He gets a sal
ary of $5.000. The United States gov
ermnment also pays women less than
men In many positions.
There are several reasons fr this
state of affalrs. The fact that women
were not votbrs Is one of them. That
will now cease to be a deterrent.
Then, women do not Insist on being
ju"-ly remunerated. Womel are still
new in business. It is something of
atwonder to them that they are con
sidered worhi a salary at all. They ae
cept what is offered, and make no
kick when it is less than their brother
gets for a similar position.
Then, unfortuna':ely, women often
do not give as good an account of
themselves as men. Many women do
as well as men, a few do better, but
many do not do am welL It is these
who make it possilble to exploit the
It lies with wo en, finally, as to
whether or not they shall receive equal
pay. It should be lemaaded by every
weoman. Also, the ` ining of women
for earning a living must be Improved,
and the standards of her work bet
Among the alders by the trra I
'heard a prtridge dr0mming;
I heard a partrdge dramming, Jane, a
welcome with his wings,
And felt a softness in the ar halt
Summer's and halt 8prin3.
I Knew that yo o m nering, June,
I knew that you were nearcingul
Ssaw it a the barsting byds oe roeam
a the clearing;
Tihe roes a the clearunlg. June, we
blushlaig pink and red.
a they had heard utpon the aiLs the
eho of yoer tread.
I knew that ymou were oaling, Jne,
I knew that you were nmeaig
I e y warbler In the woods a song
I n was hamming.
I kn)r.that yo are here, Jome, I hnew
tmt you are. here-
he Uisy meouththe merry moath.
.tlauhter of tho yem.
he. way to "llevoe congeutlem to
-h 'pot ecee" L' to lot your crrwo
a-ea s letteranes ra themslv
--. me~ek wheh has mua to rusOm
it and none to keep it going.
All It requires is a desire to make
people happy and a determination to
make the desire a working reality.
It is a strange thing that we seem
more willing always to spread the un
pleasant news than the pleasant.
The rumor that Jack has lost his
Job gets twlce as prompt circulation
as the fact that Jill has received a
promotion. I wonder why?
We can pass along so many help
ful things. Encouragement. Enthusi
asm. Appreciation. Sympathy. Ev
eryone of them without a penny of
cost, but so full of the profit of satis
faction, it we do it with a generous
The parable of" the two debtors has
always seemed to me one of the most
vivid of the illustrations by which
Jesus taught his great truths. You
will find the story in the latter part
of the eighteenth chapter of St.
The trouble with the servant of the
king was that he did not pass along
to the man who owed him the char
itable treatment which his master had
shown in forgiving him the debt he
If you have something good, some.
thing helpful, something that will make
another halpier pass it alonlg. It is
a profitable proceeding.
aods.. I di...
IuaJJ miluon d.la.J? r boy e(
CI. school se aq.
b-rns do t --YýJci6.
f ? . amt it'
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Tier. is only oma type of artist whose
achievemes t makU evsry type of sodiety
from the earliest to the latest; and that
creator is Motherhood.-W. Shaw 8ar
A FPW SALADS
A ALAD Is a part of the mena,
which, it well prepared. is the
chiet attraction. A well made salad
should be an ornament as well as a
food. The fllowing are unusual but
Cut crisp. tender celery into mits,
add a small can of Russlan caviar,
and the same quantity of anchovies
as caviare. Add as much tomato pulp
as celery and mtx with mayonnaise.
Serve in tomato caps.
Cut into dice three slices of stale
breed. Add an equal quantity of cold
cooked potatoes, three tomatoes sliced
and one onion chopped fine. Rub the
salatdbowl with the cut side of a clove
of garllc, put In the salad and pour
over plenty of French dressing.
Slice a large Spanish onion and let
stand in water for two hours; drain.
put into a chopping bowl and chop:
arrange in a nest of lettuce with
minced parsley and put over a highly
seasoned French dressing.
Strawberry Salad. "
Arrange tender white lettuce In a
salad bowl in.eup shapes or as Indl
vidual salads on plates. Fill each let
tuce cup with fine ripe strawberries;
put a tablespoonful of seasoned may.
onnaise In each cup.
Pea and Walnut Salad.
Take equal quantities of cooked
peas and Bnsush walnuts broken in
bits. Sprinkle with French dressing.
let stand half an hour and mit with
maT ae dressing. Serve In lemon
cupe or on lettauce.
Shad Ree Sald.
Coek the me bI salted aeldulated
wma with a allt.ea e a be twenty
THE ROMANCE OF WORDS
IN 10) there was found.., in
Asia a secret society klow n
as the "Fedavis" or "Devoted
Qnes," the members of whihI
were pledged to implicit blind
obedience to the orders of their
superiors, no matter what di
rection these orders might take.
Hassan ben Subbah, the Per
sian. who founded the dreaded
order, was extremely explicit in
the rules he laid down for the
government of the organization,
which was partly religious and
partly secular in nature. The
members of the lower sections
of the society were kept in total
ignorance of the teachings and
alms of the body to which they
belonged, and it was impressed
upon them that unfailing obe
dience was their only key to
success in this life and happi
ness in the next.
/In order to give them a fore
taste of the joys which were in
store for them, provided they
followed Instructions, Hassan
ben Sabbah directed that they
be given a specified ration of
hashish, or hemp-a narcotic
which produced effects an
alogous to those resulting from
the use of opium-and from this
practice the members of the so
ciety became known as has
hashin or hemp-eaters. Euro
peans slightly altered the word
to "assassin" and applied it to
anyone guilty of murder, this
crime being a favorite among
inautes. Drain, cool, cut into slices
and j sprinkle with French dressing.
Add a cucumber, diced, and a few
diced olives. Mix with mayonnaise
dressing and serve on lettuce; garnish
with shredded green peppers.
Hunter's Omoelet.-Beat the yolks of
four eggs until lemon-colored and
thick, adding oqe-fourth teaspoonful
of pepper and one tablespoonful of
water. Beat the whites until stiff and
add one-half teaspoonful of salt. Fold
the whites Into the yolks and cook In
a well greased omelet pan until well
puffed, then place in the oven to cook
on the top. The cooking should be
done as quickly as posasble to aroid
toughening the omelet. Spread over
half of the surface a mixture of
chopped veal, or other cooked meat,
season with toasted bacon and chopped
cooked spinach. Fold the omelet,
slide on a hot dish and pile bested
canned tomatoes over the top, drained
from all liquid; garnish with mush
rooms or sliced green pepperi *and
triangles of buttered toast.
(O 121. wetor Nmpaper Ui..a)
Headline-"False Teeth Betray Al
leged Murderer." Might- have known
he couldn't trust 'em.-Boston Tran
ThE diiERL CfREVB
I wver I be.
As through the
world Im goar4
I do riot _.sk more.
t.ins - I pry'
%A"ts will just stop
"After Every Meal"
Get thrice-da!ly benefit fromn
this low-cost aid to
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it keeps teeth white
The Flavor Lasts
IT takes quality flour to make TO DEALERS
quality cake. That's the secret ...,1 m . a ..e.t o
of successful cake baking. .i...l a....c.,Iaad ..
popdei as GIITIR'S
GILSTER'S BEST is a high n.rr .,..
grade, snowy white flour. Because -
it has been sifted through silk, it
is of a light, fluy fineness.
GISTER's BEST flour makes
light, delicate cakes. a *rUlU
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"Eaten All Up."
Johnny Was given a surprise party
and a number of games were played.
Among them was a game called "alll
While they were playing Johnny's
mother came to the dcene. She noticed
that one of the children was not play
ing, so she said: "Why don't you let
"But, mamma," cried Johnny, "we
are playing 'alligator' and he'd eaten
all up."-Buffalo News.
"Yes, rm engaged to a girl with a
million dollars." "What does she look
like?" "Like a million dollars."--Bal
'Yea it Jh
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Lots of men would rather have ball
a loaf than a steady Job.
-' Sure Relief