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EJL FA SO HERALD
Feb., ?4ar. Apr
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Tnoosandj of others bawa
gotten rid of their with
out dieting or exercising
often at the rate of over a
pound c day and without
payment ant3 reduction
has taken place.
I am s licensed practising
physic: and personalTf select
the treafcneal for each indMd
usi case, tbos enacting me to
choose remedies that wfl pro
duce not only a loss of wriiht
harmlessly, but which will alas
relieve yon of afl- the trouble
some symptoms o' overstout
ness such as sburliieai of
breath, palpitation, indigestion,
rheumatism, gout, asthma, kjd
Dev trouble end various other
afmctkms which often accom
My tnatmeot wffi refiere
that depressed, tired, sleepr
feeling, giving you itin.mil
energy and rigor, a result of
the lots sf yo&r superfluous fat
Ton are not iuuired to
chssge in the slightest from
your regular mode of Bring.
There is no dieting or exercis
ing It is simple, easy and
pleasant to take.
If yon. are overstoct do not
postpone but sit down right
Dow and send for my frwa trial
treatment and rav plan wlieieby
I am to be pavi only afUr rt
dttftion hat taken fiaet if you
DR. R. NEWMAN
285 Fifth Avenue, Hew Tars. K.T.
Br FBAKK E. BCRKBAI.TES.
EVER feel the thrill from the chubby
arms of a little child near and dear
to you aa they encircled your neck in
a fond embrace?
Then possibly you have experienced
something- of that diTlne spirit that
prompted the Han of Galilee to ex
claim: Take heed that ye despise not one
of these little ones." and
"It la not the will of your rather
who Is In heaven that one it these
little ones sr. odd perish."
Southern Baptists are riving a
large place to the welfare and all
round development of children In the
Baptist 7S Million campaign.
Pint fUarht to Be Well Bern.
Baptists believe the first right of
every child is to be well born; that.
In the second place, every child has a
right to normal and healthful nour
ishment and physical surroundings
during its tender years and in the
third place, every child has a right to
an education that is adapted to its
needs. nhTsleaL mental and anicitnaX
While the welfare of the human IS
race is sought in the campaign, he-
ginning wtth the cooing tot la tne
crib and including all needy ones
dnvn tn thnM far sjlvmneeri in the
evening of life, special consideration
has been given the welfare of the lit
One of these is the equipment of
Baptist educational Institutions
throughout the south where children
as they develop Into young men and
women can be more adequately trained
for lives of social and religious
ijsefuiness at the same time their
minds and bodies are cultivated.
HespHals Help the UMIe Ones.
That the children who come Into
the world with weak bodies, who eon
i tract illness or are maimed by acci
dent may have -a, larger chance to be
come sound in body and thus equipped
for a large development, happi
ness and csefulnesa in the world.
I Baptists have provided hospitals In
al-nost all ox their states, while under
' the 4m pern a of this campaign the
i states which have not made auch pro
; visions heretofore have agreed to set
i aside certain sums raised during this
campaiga for the erection of modern
! Probably the largest contribution'10 15 y,ars And ,or these- self "nd
Baptists have made to the welfare of husband the "lady" bad cooked,
j children in the south is in the estab- washed, ironed, sewed,, darned, mend-
all verv tt- within tiA nmAn f '
the southern Baptist convention.
And the largest aosstble Drovislon
is beinj? made at these Institutions for
the homeless tots who have been
robbed by death of their natural pro
i Time was when many people felt
that orphans were entitled to little
consideration further than a shelter,
and for a long time they felt that If
children without fathers and mothers
were placed in homes where they got
food and shelter in exchange for hard
manual labor tbev had been really
served. Many childless couples with
high ideals were glad to get children
( upon whom they could bestow their
' affection and whom they were glad to
provide with a real home, but many
Tore instances have been witnessed
of nersoos secarinr ornhans solelv for
the economic benefit they could reap,
fVnm fha Uhnr. a rhua halHl.a. ufl
and the situation was neither happy
nor helpful for the children in
volved. Provide Heme For Homcleu.
In breaking away from this custom
of placing children and In providing
Institutions as nearly like genuine
homes as possible. There fatherless
and motherless little folks can be de
veloped In mind, body and soul under
environments Just as wholesome and
happy as it is possible to procure.
Baptists claim to have been pioneers.
The Baptist 76 Million campaign
'Ices not confine its Interest in chll-
ren to those of the homeland. There
13 now in Europe a commission ren-
resenting the campaign, studying to0f Job. meals, recreation, rest, poss-
;ee bow thiB movement can aid most i ble. Tev never stop to consider the ,
effectively in the reconstruction of!prce the wife's services would brlnr :
that country, especially those por- as a work'ne housekeener in the open :
tions of it wMch wer devastated rra'-v-t, I'-o-urh it is brought home '
moFt Tarselv 1 - conte-.'lirsr arTr.es. ' n ,:! r.-piy at tims bv the depth
VpllftJng Oilldrrii of Many Lands. ns "w r.Dr. wfo never hati any-
And the work for the physical,
mental and spiritual uplift of the
children in Cuba, Panama. Mexico,
Brasll. Argentine, Chile, China, Japan,
Syria. Persia and Galilee, in which
fields, also, missionary work is being
carried on by the Southern Baptist
convention at this time.
With the exception of Japan the
education of the people has been very
backward and children are always the
losers where Ignorance and supersti
tion prevail. In China, for instance,
in spite of the rapid progress that has
come to that country within recent
years, children have little or no
chance for normal "development.
Girls are still unwelcome because of
their small economic value, and there
Husbands of Hard Working Women
Don't Realize Wives' Hardships
Sighly Paid Mechanic is Surprised and Pained Be
cause wiie, witn many unuoren ana saaiy
Overworked, Asks Far a Washerwoman.
J BRATK1CE i n i
THE other day I had a little chat
witt a mechanic who Is making!
ss a day, plus overtime, and he felt
aggrieved, disillusioned, and utterly
wife bad asked to have the washing
He puffed on a black and dlsrepu-
table pipe the only friend left to .
him in a bitter worhi as he told of
his sorrows. It seems you can't get
help outside nor at home, either.
Here's my wife that I've kept as a
lady ever sines Fve married her, ask
ing for a washwoman at $2.50 a day.
The world haa gone mad!"
Curiosity prompted me to discover
Just what "keeping a wife as a lady"
actually meant, and. believe me. It
was no sinecure from this man's
point of view. They have six ehil-
;dren varying in ages from 18 months
one. excem a week 8 care from
practical nurse when the children
were born This model husband, who
was about 40. was fit the pink of
condition; well nourished, with the
comfortable, unharassed look of a
man whtfse home is well kept, whose
meals are to his liking, and who
takes physical well-being for granted.
A day or two later I had occasion
to see his wife. I found her a nerv
ous wisp of a woman, aged 34. but
look In r sixty. She had valvular discs-
of the heart, and her doetor had
told her she must give op the family
This Man Not a Brute
Now this man was anything but a
brute; he was Just one of those "good,
kind, blind men who never realizes
anything Is wrong till the doctor tells
him it Is "all over.
They have seen somewhere that ex
ercise Is the finest thing In the world,
and Mary's habit of sitting down
after the day's work is done instead
of starting out for a fine, brisk walk
Is all wrong.
I don't believe there are many men
who are Intentionally bad or stingy
husbands, or who marry girls for the
purpose of making their lives miser
able as many wives contend in their
letters to me. Tbev me re It lack the
power of getting their wives' point
They are lacking In vision; they I
are unable to see anything beyond 1
their own noses. Their lob. meals.
i r-Ast, make up the whole world, they J
!nia vrifti tn. miv. ftria
are still posed on the preserves of
some of the wealthy residents whose
estates adjoin the rivers such signs
as, "No children shall te drowned on
these premises. And the treatment
for diseases prescribed by the heathen
physicians in some of these countries
is worse than death itself.
Little Money Does Big Work.
For $25 a bov or girl can be main
tained m one of the mission toaxdlug
schools for a year, while numerous
native children are maintained and
Instructed in the homes of the mis
sionaries at a cost of $12 a year.
Of the $20 000.000 apportioned to
foreign missions a considerable sum
will go to sending more missionaries
to foreign fields to proclaim the gos
thine to do but "the few things aaout
TaVuMng vision, such men
ar6 deficient in sympathy. They are
unable to graso bow dea1!v and mo-
)nK anfl ir(.ning. not to mention the
care of children They see only that
"he" does not have to work outside
hKiter and clothes, and these things
You Can Think and Wtrk
Better; Eat and Sleep
If You Have Pure Blood.
Tour blood is made up of the food
you eat, the water you drink, and
the air you breathe If your foo-l.
wa'er and air are bad, your blood
will become impure. But, even when
the best and most nourishing food Is
eaten the purest of water is drunk,
your blood may be made impure from
For many years Plough's Prescrip
tion C-2-23, has been used with great
success as a blood purifier. Before
the treatment, ready prepared, was
offered to the public. It was used
by a prominent physician to relieve
those conditions caused by Impure
blood. It was his prescription tor
blood and rheumatic troubles.
This concentrated liquid treatment
contains certain medicinal ingre
dients which are known and used by
the medical profession, and authori
ties agree that these are some of the
few drugs which are of value In the
treatment of rheumatic conditions,
skin diseases and troubles caused by
an impure state of the blood.
If you are half sick, tired all the
time, have reason to believe that your
blood is impure, go to your nearest
druggist, get a $1.50 bottle of
Plough's Prescription C-2ZZZ and a
25c package of 3223 Liver Pills; or
the 2223 Laboratory, Memphis. Tenn.,
will send both, all charges paid, on
receipt of $1.75 Tour money back if
you are not satisfied. Clip and mall
this for sample of Pills and leaflet
regarding Plough's Prescription
pel to adults as well as to children;
$12,000,000 will go to home missions
for Its work of evangelism, enlist
ment, church building, mountain
schools and the like in Its vast field,
along with special work among the
foreigners Indians and negroes: $11.
DftO.OOO wDl go to the state missions
in an effort to win the 1X.SOII.OM un
saved white people within the terri
tory of the South era Baptist conven
tion: J20.000.04 wffl bo applied to
Christian education In enlarging and
endowing the Baptist educational in
stitutions of the south; VUM.000 will
go to the hospitals: HTM. to the
orphanages; and tlSNMt for the
relief of the aged ministers of the
to the husband lacking: In vision and
sympathy "are paradise enough.'
He does not realise that when a
woman nags and is oeevlsh It Is her
tired, overwroarht nerves that are
roadlns; her, and not her "ugly dis
position. Women have written me
letters aaytaE there is no reform for
husbands of this type, like a camp
ins; trip. There, la spite of the God-Eiven-out-of-doors.
there are meals
to be prepared, eaten, washed up
after, and the asms srofrram started
all over afcain. The preparation and
clenrlng op after meals then dawns
on the masculine mind with true sig
nificance. It Is not the trifling; pas
time it appears to be when someone
else does it.
Sympathy means understanding
Por this women win cheerfully face
poverty, hard work and drab monot
ony. And It la lack of sympathy on
the part of the husbands the feeling
that men dont care that m&fcs
women commit the wholly unac
countable crimes that fill us with
Lark of Sroxnatffcv Ttfnrder.
A woman on trial for her life the
other day she had shot her two-year-old
son. of whom she was jeal
ous testified that her husband had
no sympathy with her.
It Is lack of sympathy that leads
unhappy wlvea to seek the society
of other men. They are plain lone
some, these women who are supposed
to foreso an desire for companion
ship, recreation, little trips and
amusements aa soon aa tbev are mar
ried. Hnabands do not realize It. but
often their' wives have no companion
ship 1 their own homes. Their hus
bands will not talk to them, thev will
not even listen when their wives talk,
they radely read fiie'paper or become
engrossed tn aomeMns; else. When
a woman tries to tell her husband
about something; In which she is
vitally Interested, he yawns, looks
bored or openly scoffs at her.
And she takes to the unwholesome
habit of .brooding in silence. He Is
not in sympathy with anything; she is
doing, or aspires to do. His sole con
cern is bow cheaply she ean run the
house, and yet peoole wonder that
one marriage in every ten ends In
Strange Tale Of Ex
EmpCTor Karl's Jewelry
Paris, France. Jfov.i 1J. A French
financial agent la being sued before
the Paris courts, at the Instance of
the ex-emperor Karl, hy a lady of the
Austrian aristocracy, on a charge of
The story told In court was a
The late emperor Francis Joseph
was stated to have entrusted the
finanial agent prior to the war with
a valuable collection of Jewelry ,lnr
eluding a diamond collar valued at
$600,000, presented by Napoleon Bona
parte to the empress Marie Louise.
Francis Joseph wished the agent to
pledge the jewels to Tales funds for
a counter revolution In Portugal In
favoi of exklng Manuel.
Before the transaction was com
pleted the war broke out and the
agent joined the army of France, In
which he served with distinction
It now appears that the eximperlal
family of Austria are anxious to re
cover possession of the collection.
The agent, however, declares that the
affair ra 'molved him In a personal
oss of J6ft00
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HOGWALLOW N E W S
Osak BeCts. BecaUr Caxropwidft.
tM(MH(MWI-,N- ..mm Caprrlcnted
EE EAZLEY has read where a com-
In about four weeks. He thinks If one
had all the bald heads he wanted to
feed on he would be grown in about
. , . .
half that time.
Yam Barlow Is accused of having good as they have been used to and
said be believed the HogviDe Fiddling it was consiae-ed wise to withhold
band is "getting worse all the time " n invitations, but to treat them
. " , - , . courteously in cas they decided to
The band In some way has gotten ome voluutanb.
hold of this expression and on the . The mail carr.er regards the words
next regular rehearsal niht Yam will "In Haste" ntten on so many of the
v- k letters on h a route as a reflection on
be forced to attend and make a Peb-lhi3 mle&rt:y He saj 3 Eh(5 poatal er-
lte apology. ,No man can say such, vice Is one big sy3ttm and one fellow's
(even If It Is true) and be considered i letter cannot be delivered ahead of
Miss Petunia Belcher has a large Elil Henstep, a member of the Hog
wart on her neck Just at the right vlI1. ndJlme band has been so hoarse
place to keep a necklace from slip-
ping down, but the poor old girl has
Bub Smothers. Hogville grocer, says
If the public believes he is profiteer
ing let them try paying his bills for
Zero Peck says with his failure In
making a corn crop one good killing
frost will wind up, as as Is now de
pending solely on grass for stock
Dan Mathewsla. who does not claim
to know much, says the country seems
to be getting in a devil of a fix half
of It on a strike and the other half
wanting- to strike. He thinks there
should be an effort made to set to
gether. The Hogville dog fair bids fair to
be a great success. In addition to the
tSWrtsTftt. lew; UtvssfiGMl rahn Service Uc Stmas4 u. a. rteat Cdta.
AN ttUS&MO HeVER UAtfTS TO TfcKS M6 TO A M1K?
-UXWT CAM HS BE 7
ttoHVo S WBtfT LIKE TO
! many dosrs to be entered for competi
tion Miss Petunia Belcher will be en-
i At .h" Dc.:off c the ot!ier mht t
quest. on of ext.nding an
i invitation to
, King Albert and ,-te
I was d!scusse.j and it
i v mur. K. -hi tn rraat ifc.m so
another where both have the same
this week he could hard: play hi
bass fiddle above a whisper.
Wanted To Enjoy Funeral
While Alive; Stages It
Hillaboro, 111, Ncv. 12. James H.
House r, 75, is all ready to die i-w.
In fact, he has already buried him
self. Believing funerals siuuld be
enjoyed while iiv:n(t. he las n.ii Ms
staged here recently. Many friends
attended. They a-sng .Nearer, My
God to Thee' and i ! t rf other fun
eral songs, after a minister delivered
Houaer's burial services Houser has
prepared his ewn obituary. The cere
mony was held at a church and at the
House r home.
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: Antiseptic Air. JsM Breathe it.
The little hard rubber Byomel ir-
Saler which you can get at Kelly Jfc
J Pollard ox any reliable druggist can
.easily be carried in pocket or purs"
It w 11 last a life time,
j Into this inhaler yon pour a fc
; drops of the pnre healing oil of
; This oil Is absorbed by the anti
septic gauze within and now you are
j ready to breathe it ta over the germ
j Infested membranes where it v, f.l
1 speedily begin its work of banish
catarrnai germs and ending eararrn.
Hyomei is made of Australian euca
lyptus combined with other antisep
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It is guaranteed to banish catarrr.
bronchi U influenza, toe si litis, sure
throat, croup, coughs and colds or
money back. It often cleans out a
stuffed up bead and opens c!og?a
nostrils in two minutes.
wOmjueLS ouuit, inuauuif, laaAicr
land one bottle of Hyomei, costs bat
litUe, while exir bottles, if after
ward needed, may be obtained at -
dmjrgit for a few cents. Adv.
Everybody is using and talk'nx about
DEK WILLO the liquid tint. It ,n
s ta n 1 t beautifies the ccmp I el io n,
makes a soft rosy-white sSin every
one Just loves to touch. Over five
hundred thousand girls and lrompD
are using it. It's a real beamifier.
that's what it ia Try It todsy t
toilet counters everywhere. Tour
money back If you dor. t like tt. Adv.
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