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whe are suffrers Uand in need of a good
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Another Superstition Smashed.
A weather superstition has beet
smashed by. an observant New Yorl
farmer. He once heard a friend say
"EWel have more rafi soon. It cleare4
oein thenight." He wanted to knos
what that had to do with it He was
told that it had a lot to do with it. H
doubted the contention, and-agreed tc
ke an accurate record. This he did
and after two and one-half months ha
sdicient data to prove that there wa
- g whatever in the superstition
Dr. Pieroe's'Pellets, m srecoat
easy to take as candy, regl and invig
orate stomach, liver d bowels. Do noi
Nature's Wondrous Order.
Every blade- of grass in the field ii
measured; the green cups and the col
red crowns of .every flower are curi
ously counted; the stars of the firma
ment wheel in calculated orbits; 'evei
the storms have their laws.-Blaikle
Doesn't Please Them.
Su-I can marry any man I please
Lou-What a restricted chance yov
4 ftoo Ii nd-Crinpig
eThis bag a orld of meaning
-to every woman who suffers
as MrsJ.. Blair, of .Enter
prise, Okta.,suffe and there
are mnany thoak -such.
Mrs. Bisfr tella the story of her suf
foxing and cure much better than we
cantn it. We quote her own words:
"I haeM sot ing. cranping and
itminag for ve months am taking
mieicin ftan as ao a doctor as the
egetruagerid, bthe4Rmi no Fcz.
-Isottiee-o doetor'smedwcuneand snt
to the-drug stoe for woma's medi
ei thggist ineV.LA
"One B !fe t fntei rything and
* .feltak a woman. I have
ud-, six 'botUs ahedy and will
* oatiet mse and -prais STELTA
VlE3 wbovr I need a woman's
Wha(STREL.A-VITAE did for Mrs.
BlrIt will do fo you. Weguar.
- ante, the fst bole to beneft you.
Your money back if it 4on't. You
cannot afford to not try it--when
you have aU togain and not a penny'
Go-to your dealer todap and begin
Uying STELLA -VITAE, trying to
become well. We lose the piice if
you are not benefited. In many
years of guaanteeing STELLA
VITAE less than onesbotte out of
*oerg thousandhasfalledto benefit.
arYew.a.* - d-- Lta uf .
Thacher Medicine Co.
* CHATTANOGOGA, TENNt. -
Ifyuhave not deCided upon What
ttake, try \
-By aansing tlhe liver .
Thyeeans the systemdef aee aede
I Impurities and
PURIFY THE BLOOD*
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DIAZ SEES NO H
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to New York to visit friends for a few
cptly In Havana had healed, the genera
His future plans are indefinite. He might
"What will happen If Villa wins i
troops?" he was asked.
"The federal soldiers," said General I
forces that can restore peace in Mexico.
If he succeeds, It will not bring peace to
but bloodshed. Villa would not be able to
"Are you going to join Villa?"'
"I am not. You can say that I do not
in my life."
HORSE NAMED I
"When Martin W. Uttleton was a
young man he went to Texas from Ten
nessee as a laborer for a railroad,"
said John Walker. a New York news
paper man, the other day. "Even then
he was confident that he was destined
for political honors. A foreman named
G. W. Scott and Littleton got to be
good frieids. Littleton finally was
promoted to be a paymapter, and after
serving in that capacity for some time,
he-announced one day that he was go
rg to quit and go to New York. He
informed Scott that some day he
would be mayor of New York, then
governor, and after that, well, he
wouldn't make any further prediciton.
Scott-gave up railroad work and went
into breeding thoroughbred horses.
"Littleton reached New York and aft
er a number of years became'borough.
president of Brooklyn, and then mem
ber of congress from the Oyster Bay
district. He hasn't reached the
mayoralty as yet, but there is plenty
of time, for Littleton Is still a young ma
business, and a year or -two ago brought
.He bred all of his horses, and about five
niost likely youngsters and aninounced
best friendsi. For one he claimed the nan
application to the Jockey club that the r
called the horse J. H. Houghton. The ot
W- Littleton. This latter horse turned ou
White House officials, who said emphatic
at the -head of the treasury department.
Miss Wilson will be the fourteenth V
President Wilson's daughters to marry in
sister, Miss Jessie Woodrow Wilson, beca
east room on November 25 last.
Mr. McAdoo is fifty years old and Mil
I MAY HEAD FEDERI
The governor of the new banking
system of the United States probably
will be Walker Hill, now president of
the Mechanics-American National
bank of St. Louis. Mr. Hill has been
tendered this post at the head of the
federal reserve bank board by Presi
dent Wilson and the appointment has
been accepted, it Is sard.
By the terms of the Owen-Glass cur
rency law the governor is the active
executive officer of the new system.
and his offlce Is the most Important
financial position, with the possible
exception of the secretaryship of the -
treasury, within the gift of the govern
The governor Is one of the five mem
bes of the board to be appointed by
the president. Secretary of the Treas
ury William G. McAdoo and Comptrol
ler of the Currency John Skelton Wil
lams will be ex-officio members.
Mr. Hill stands high in the banking j
business, and It is expected that his
appointment will be acceptable to busines
any Important positions, having been p
association in 1899-1900, and a director of
serving as vice-president of Its committe
organizers of the Business Men's league of
president and treasurer.
The governor of the banking system u
a New York bank, with the option of r
Too Commercial. k
"Remember that this Is a commer- on
cal age," said a colleague to Senator va
Sherman, in justification of the doubt
ful practices of a certain magnate. pl:
"A little too commercial," Senator be
Sherman replied. "Take the artist's ot)
experience;. I <
"A picture deatr entered a well- yo
known artist's studi~o in Boston the sig
other day and bargained for a large
canvas-a landsca.pe af meadowland
an cattle. When the, px~ee was agreed sts
OPE OF PEACE
Gen. Felix Diaz, nephew of ex-Presi
mt Porfirio Diaz .of Mexico. arrived
New York a short time ago from
avana, accompanied by his wife and
ur of his fellow-countrymen, Joseph
. Sandoval,- his lawyer; 'Dr. Pedro
A Villas, his secretary; Dr. Richard
l Rio, and Capt. Hector Arostegul
he Mexican general has not a war
ke appearance. He is short, plump,
ith large, dirk eyes, dark hair, and a
mavy mustache. In his gray suit he
sembles an Italian opera impresario
ore than a military man.
In an interview' General Diaz
iowed that he was a diplomat. To
jestions that he did not care to an
er, he replied courteously that his
aglish was not so good. At other
mes he answered and apparently un
)rstood what was said without any
The general denied that he had any
tenton ef starting another revolu
D in MexicO. He said he had come
days. The stab wound received re
said, and he was in perfect health.
go to Europe.
a the struggle against the federal
das, "are the only properly organized
Villa is trying to exterminate them.
the country. There will be nothing
control his own men if he won."
know Villa and have never met hin
:oR LITTLETON I
n. Scott prospered in the racehorse
East a stable of pretty good horses.
years ago he picked out two of the
hbat he would naime them after his ,
ae of Senator Bailey, but lie found ov
Lame had been taken, whereupon he
der -colt he gave the name of Martin
t to be a first-class racer."
"The President and Mrs. Wilson
anounce the engagements 'of their
ungest daughter, Eleanor Randolph,
SHon. William Gibbs McAdoo." s
This announcement was Issued at
Le White House by Becretary Tu
ulty a few days ago.
For weeks there had been rumors
tat the president's daughter and the
cretary of the treasury would be
arried soon. The exact date of the
dding is not known.
There has been extraordinary inter
A n the engagement among officials
id the many friends of both Miss
llson and the cabinet officer. The
ungest of the family, Miss Eleanor
said to be her father's pet, and
ere is a strong personal friendship
tween the president and the man
ho is to marry his daughter.
Reports that Secretary McAdoo
Duld retire from the cabinet after his
arriage, and perhaps become ambas
dor to France were set at rest liy
ally that he was expected to remain
bite House bride, and the second of
the nation's executive mansion. Her
me Mrs. Francis Bowes Sayre in the
is Wilson is twenty-four.
s inter sts generally. He has held
resident of the American Bankers'
the Lou siana. Purchase exposition,
e on fin nce. He was one of the
St. Loui~ of which he was the first
as recently offered the presidency 0!
taming his dwn salary, but he do
ife ad, to the t's'horror, with
e sweep of the lade, cut the- can
B in two.
''There now.' sai the dealer comn
tcent]- 'I have t pictures, one of
a~utifu. :neadowl and a lake, the
ier of an interes group of cattle.
:an get for each; bout what I paid
a for the whole~ vas. Now just
n this half, too,: lease."
:t's as difficult r a man to under- .
.n ondrtn hes is for a woman
DOES ALL OF
And is Glad to Do So, as She Wa
Denied this Privilege
For Two Years.
Richmond, Ky.-Mrs. N. V. Willis, C
this place, says: "I-suffered for ove
three years with womanly trouble, an
tried many different treatments, bx
none of them seemed to do me an
good. I had almost given up to die
when a friend of mine begged me t
try Cardul, the woman's tonic. I go
a bottle, and began to feel a great dea
better after the first few doses.
then got four bottles, and after tal
ing these I was cured.
I don't know what a female pain I
now, do all of my work, eat anythin;
I want, and feel like a 16 year old-gir
I never expect to be without Cardu
in my house as long as I live, as
firmly believe It saved my life, and
will praise it to all of my sufferin
Cardui is a purely vegetable remed3
containing no harmful mineral proi
ucts. Its ingredients act in a helping
building way, on the womanly const
tution. It has been relieving womar
ly troubles for over half a centur
during which time it has proven 3
more than ordinary value as a toni
for weak women.
You can rely on Cardul. It will d
for you what It has done for thoi
sands of others. Begin taking I
N.B -Wesew La&W&*AdvisorrDe-t.,Chatta
acga Medicine Co.. "UTn fe
S nstruem,and 64-age book, Trea
ment for Women," s plain wrapper. a
What is said to be the largest ston
ever cut by human hands lies in a
abandoned quarry near the ruins (
Baalbek, in Syria. This mammot
obelisk Is about seventy-five feet wid<
Its weight is estimated at fifteen hu
dred tons. 'High up in the wall of a
old castle at Baalbek are other stone
nearly as large. No one knows whe
the massive blocks were quarried, C
how they were moved from place .A
plac& and hoisted into position, for th
race that hewed them into shaP
carved no Inscriptions or memorial
upon them.-Youth's Companion.
HOW TO CURE ECZEMA, ITCH
AND ALL SKIN DISEASE1
on't suffer any longer with eczem
or any other skin trouble. Just appl:
Hancock's Sulphur Compound to th
parts affected and it will stop the Itet
Ing at once and cure the trouble pei
manently. Many sufferers from skil
troubles have written us that the Sul
phur Compound cured them afte
everything else faled. Mrs. Evely
Garst, of Salem, Va., writes: "Thre
years ago I had a. rough place on m:
chisek. It woultbhrn and itAh. I wa
fearful it might be of cancerous no
tre. I used different preparations
but nothing helped it. One bottle o
Hancock's Sulphur Compound curei
me completely." To beautify the coni
plxon, remove blackheads and
pimples use Hancocks's Sulphur Oi
met. For sale by all dealers.-Ad,
Reason the Guide.
Here is an excerpt from the Gentli
man's Magazine of 1732.
'"Nobody doubts- but that the natura
Guide given to Man by God is Reason
if this be duly attenide to, we shal
act agreeably to Order and goo
Sense, and do nothing odd or extrava
gant. Wherefore it may not be amis
to expose the Oddness of a Custor
among the Portuguese of wearin
Spectacles for no other End but an A
fectation of Gravity; so that if a pea
son had a mind to be respectable, h
must not appear in any Assembi
without a pair on his Nose. And th
is even affected by young Persons an
Elig Tax on Woman's Estate.
It rarely happens In Great Brital:
that a woman has the disposal at he
death of more than $5,000,000, but th
eighth millionaire estate to be pr<
bated during the present financia
year is that of a Miss Easton of Fel
ing in Durham and Layton Manor I:
Yorkshire, who died at the age
ninety-five. Her estate 's valued .fo
probate at $5,398,900. The duties o:
this" will amount to more than $1
The only other cases recorded in re
cent years of women who disposed a
their death of estates over $5,000,00
in value are Mrs. Rylands, widow (
a Manchester warehouse owner, wh
left $17,243,460; Mrs. Lewis-Hill, wif
of Captain Lewis-Hill and #idow c
Sam Lewis, the famous West eni
money lender, who left $5,759,865
Baroness von Hirsch, who left $30
00,000; Mrs. Ale gandra Ralli, wh,
left $5,050,710, and Miss Ellen Molr
son, who left $11,739,645.
Knew How to Keep Peace in Family
It is quite significant, the znumber a
perisons who get well of alarmdni
heart trouble when they let up on co
fee and use Postum as the beverage s
There is nothing surprising about it
however, because theshxarmful alkalol
-caffeine-in coffee is not present il
Postum, which is made of clean, hart
"Two years ago I was having s3
much trouble with my heart," writel
a lady in Washington, "that at timel
[ felt quite alarmed. My husband tool
me to a specialist to have my hear
"The 'doctor said he could find n<
organic trouble but said my heart was
irritable from something I had beel
accustomed to, and asked me to tr:
and remember what disagreed wit
"I remembered that coffee alwayi
soured on my stomach and caused m<
trouble from palpitation of the heart
o I stopped coffee and began 'to usi
Postum. I have had no furthe:
"A neighbor of ours, an old max
was so irritable from drinking coffel
that his wife wanted him to drinl
Postum. This made him very angry
but his wite secured some Postum an<
made it carefully, according to dire
"He drank the Postum and did noc
know the difference, and is still uini
it to his lasting benefit. He tellshIl
wife that the 'coffee' is better than
used to be, so she smiles with htm an
keeps peace In the family by servi
Postum instead of coffee."
Name given by thie Postum Co
Battle Creek, Mich..
Postum now comes in two forms
Regular Postum - must be we
boiled. 15o and 25c packages.
astant Postum-is a soluble po~
der. A teaspoonful dissolves quick]
In a cup of hot water and, with creas
and sugar, makes a delicious beveral
Instantly. 30c and S0c tins.
The cost per eup 'of both kindsI
bou the Same.
There's a teason" for Postum.
--anto by Groce?
NIP TEMPERS HORSE'S BAI
.Whisky Stops Shivering and Arous
Big Appetite After involuntary
New Orleans.-Jerry, an old ho:
which works in the windlass arran
ment to cut ice in the municipal f
dock, slipped and tumbled into t
i river. Firemen on the fire tug Jc
r H. Farley witnessed Jerry's improml
d bath and went to his aid.
t But a horse in a river is not
y easy to help as a human being. It to
, nearly half an hour to fix a rope arot
D him and haul him ashore.
t On the bank Jerry shivered a
I coughed and hung his head. The cro
I which had witnessed the rescue wa
i sympathetic one, and when Fred
Wheeler, manager of the Munici
s Fish company, suggested that a d
9 of whisky was as likely to revive
L half-droyned horse as a human
i similar plight some one produced b
I a pint.
I Jerry threw'back his head and tc
9 his medicine jiust like a man. T1
night he was eating as he has 1
eaten for a long time, and Jerr
friends are not sure whether it is 1
cold bath or the tonic which has sha
ened his appetite.
- WATERCOURSES OF THE AL
c Many of Them in Southern Fra
Have Been -Terraced With Serie
D' of Small Masonry Dams.
New York.-Many of the wat
courses il the Alps of southern Fram
k have been terraced with a series
t- small masonry dams so construc1
and located as to control the fl
1- . ............
Watercourse in the Alps, in Wh
Erosion Is Reduced by a Series
Small Masonry Dams.
both at high and low water, and t
- method is meeting with success as
a means of flood control, says Popu
I- Mechanics. These dams are effect
r not only in limiting the flow, I
serve to minimize erosion in i
steeper watercourses .by breaking i
V fall into a series of smaller falls, ti
a robbing the water of its destruct
STO SAVE ILE OF ST. LOU
Lovers of Old Paris Appeal to Prn
dent Poincare to Prevent
Paris.-A last effort is being me
by the lovers of picturesque old Pa
Sto save the Island of St. Louis frn
being delivered into the hands of I
Lpitiless city' architects.
A petiton has been, presented
President Poincare by the Soci'
d 'd'Art Parisien, which has done notal
work In -preventing many beauti
sites from being spoiled by modE
The question of improvements
gthe IL.... "Is has been mentiot
at various times in the press w;
r unanimlus condenation of the p
e posed changes 'in the beautiful
I island behind Notre Dame, where i
a ancient City of Paris originated.
ROOMY DRESS SAVES WOM)
a Girl's clothing Acts as a Paracha
r and Lessens Impact of Long
Savannah.-Her dress acting as
L.arachute probably saved the life
Miss Amelia Bernecher of Ashevil
N. 'C., who is the guest of Mr. a
Mrs. B. A. Cox, when she fell ,fr<
r a third-story porch. Saefor af
painful bruises, which have confin
her to her bed, Miss Berncher s
fered no injury.
SHer presence of mind in graspi
.the roof of the piazza at the seco
0 story and holding on long enough
break the fall helped to save her.
0 .Miss Bernecher's dress spread<
e and caught the breeze, lessening I
SHE GOES COASTING AT
~.Mrs. Helen A. Hager, on Birthda
--Wouldn't Have Folk Think
Iackettstown, N. J.-Mrs. Helen
Hager, ninety years old, feared ti
people would think she is getting<
unless she demonstrated her yo1
-and vigor. So she went coasting w
t the children and enjoyed every bit
hey. day. She climbed the hills w
less apparent eff'ort than many
Mrs. Hager lives with .her daught
Mrs. Henry Vail. She reads and se
a much of the time without glasses.
* PANACEA FOR ALL WOUNI
Serum From Heated Blood of Hol
yHastens Healing, Physician
y Paris.-That serum prepared fri
1 the pure blood of horses, heated to
degrees centigrade. is a panacea:
all wounds, is - the discovery
nounced by Dr. Raymond Petit.
SSpread over surface wounds ti
r serum stimulates the action oft
phagocytes of the blood in such a
,gree as to kill all microbes and res
B in prompt healing..
Pet Rabbit Chases Dog.
Haworthi, N. J.-Infuriated by
cold, Peter, a pet rabbit owned
Rev. Mr. Jones, treed a tom cat, chas
ya dog two miles and badly frighten
s William Cilley when he tried to pet
STaft Says Washington Swore.
gNorthamphtonl, Mass.-President T:
In an address said he knew ti
George Washington swore. Why? I
.cause Washington served as preside
Breaks Leg While Tangoing.
rSpring Valley, N. Y.-While tana
ing on the sidewalk, Miss Dorot
R eters slipped and broke her leg.
Hat Pin in Bull Terrier.
Boulder, Colo.-An eight-inch hat1
was removed from the body '1 TA~
. ?, -dromn' valuable bull tpi
Unseen in its approach, hard to i
tect in its early stages, and cri1
,s painful in its later forms, uric :4
poisoning is a disease too often fat
ge- Bright's disease is one of the flu
sh stages -of uric acid poisoning. It ki
he in our country every year more M
hn and women than any other ailmE
>tu except two-consumption and .pn
monia. Bright's disease and uric aA
as poisoning usually start in some kidt
ok weakness that would not be hard
nd cure, if discovered early, so it is w
to know the early signs of kidney c
ease and uric poisoning.
nd When uric acid is formed too i
wd and the kidfyeys are weakened by
; a cold, or fever, by overwork, or by ov
W. indulgences, the acid collects, the blc
ai gets impure and heavy, there is he
p ache, dizziness, heart palpitation, a
01 a dull, heavy-headed, drowsy feel!
a with disturbances of the urine.
In Real torture begins -when the u
alf acid forms into gravel or stone in I
kidney, or crystallizes Into jagged b
ok In the muscles, joints or oil the nel
tat tabings. Then follow the awful pai
of neuralgia, rheumatism, gout, sci
1t Ica, neuritis, lumbago or kidney col
er- His Wife-I met our maid Anne P
tce now on the street and she pretend
of not to see me.
ed Her Husband-You ought to po
)w out to Anna the impropriety of su
His Wife-But how can I? You s
she had another girl with her, and
was quite evident she didn't want I
friend to know she was working foi
woman who wore a two-dollor-and
SAGE TEA AND SULPHUR
DARKENS YOUR GRAY HA
Look Years'Younger! Try Grandm
Recipe of Sage and Sulphur
and Nobody Will Know.
Almost everyone knows that Sa
Tea and Sulphur, properly compoui
ed, brings back the natural color a
lustre to the hair when faded, streak
or gray; also ends dandruff, Itchi
scalp and stops falling hair. Yei
ch ago the only way to get this mixtt
of was to make It at home, which
mussy. and troublesome.
Nowadays we simply ask at a
is drug store for "Wyeth's Sage and S
a phur Hair Remedy." You will get
la large bottle for about 50 cents. Eve
e body uses this old, famous recipe,
ut cause no one can possibly tell t
he you darkened your hair, as It does
he so naturally and evenly. You damp
us a sponge or soft brush with it' a
ve draw this through your hair, taki
one small strand at a, time; by mo:
ing the gray hair disappears, a
IS after another application or two, yc
halr becomes 'beautifully dark, thi
si- and glossy and you look years young
de Boston's Celebration. .
r One hundred years ago March
>mBoston celebrated the thirty-eighth
he niversary of the evacuation of I
city by the British troops under G
to eral Wilkinson during the Revolutia
ste The celebration naturally was accc
>1e panied by a great display of enthi
rul asm, for the .second war with Gr<
a Britain was then in progress and 1
spirit of patriotism was running hi,
on Flags were displayed in profusion
.e the citizens and salutes were fre
ith the ships of war in the harbor. A lasi
ro- military and civic parade was.
>ld spectacular feature of the day. ,In 1
he evening there were fireworks and il
minations and a public banquet
which patriotic addresses were del
(ered by officials of the state and c
and officers of the army and navy.
hEczema Seven Years-Cared by T
"I had Eczema. on my chest for ses
years and the torture was almost unbe;
a able. One of your salesmen offered
of pay for the Tetterine if It did not c1
me. I used less than three boxes and
le entirely well.'' Clem Kinard, Ruffin, S.
nid Tetterine cures Eczema. Itching Pil
Dandruff- Ring Worm and every form
im Scalp and Skin Disease. Tetterine I
sw Tetterine Soap 25c. Your druggist, or
mall from the manufacturer, The Shi
dtrine Co., Savannah. Ga.
af. With every mall order for Tetterine
ve a box of Shuptrine's 10c Liver P
rid Provided Meal for the Rats.
to A large torn cat was left by
butcher at Allonnes, Belgium, in I
>ut shop overnight, in the hope that
he would kill the rats. He found ne
morning that the rats had killed a
eaten the cat all except the skin.
Distress After Eating.
Indigestion and Intestinal Fermi
tation Immediately relieved by taki
a Booth-Gverton Dyspepsia Tabi
Buy a 50c. bottle at Druggists. Mon
A. refunded-If they do not help, or wr
at for free sample. Booth-Overton C
ld 11 Broadway, New York.-Adir.
th Fight for Pri-nciple.
of "Why did you oppose that moti
*th' at our meeting, asked one lady.
of "Oh, I had nothing against the z
tion. But the member who made
ronce opposed a motion of mine and I
ws the first chance I have had to
Rub It On and Rub it In.
For lame back, stiff neck and sc
Sthroat, apply Hanford's Balsam
Myrrh, and be sure to rub it in th
oughly. It Is guaranteed to cure
your money will be refunded by yc
m dealer. Adv.
'or Mother's Forgetfulness.
Lm- Asked at Clerkenwell (Eng.) cou
court why two of her children bore i
ssame Christian name, a woman sa
he that, in registering the second o:
l. she forgot about the first having I
ilt same name.
If your skin is scratched by a rui
nail, apply Hanford's Balsam at on
he It should prevent blood poison. Al
ed Natural' ilustration,
ed "What shell we do with the story
it this stabbing affray?"
"Run it in with several cuts."
if For fouls in cattle use Hanfor
at Balsa8m. Adv.
iMrs. Jones-Wasn't that man Sm!
compelled to leave town?.
Mr. Jones-Yes; he was hung.
bA fool and his money are sc
parted, and many there be who wan
id is Slav
at- "I don't know what ails me."
n Your Back Is Lame-Remember the
4S KINEY I
T Desert Air Line.
st Upon tte \experiment oZ tze Na
tional Aerial , goe of France will
depend whether there will be estab
nt lished a regular pagjsenger and freight
ch route across the D'esert of Sahara.
Plans have been cornleted for the
e, light of a flotilla of .roplanes, to
start' from Oran, Alegria. . The final
er landing will be made at Tmbuctoo,
- a in the French Sudan, a distk'ce of
-a- 1,400 miles. The route will be ma-e
with pyramids of stones.
Important to Mothr
Examine carefully evey bottle of
IR is-ri, a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
's Bears the
In Use For Over 30
ge Children Cry for Fletche's Castora
ed "Does your husband read a great
. "He tries to, but whenever he takes
re up a book I can usually find some
ts thing I want him to do."
For old sores apply Hanford's Bal
"I have a bad cold. I don't know
at now what to do-whether to drink tea
it or dance the tango! "-Borsszem Jan
en ko (Budapest).
g Putnam Fadeless Dyes do not stain
n. the kettle. Adv. '
ck He-I'm well pleased with myself.
orShe-You're satisfied with very lit
Nature Never Iteu
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at ailments a life study.
ire You must use -
we smo0th Too muc
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Be warned by b
or too frequent
ened kidneys. Use
-a medicine made j
neys, thathas beenp
of use, in thousands of
edy that is recomm
users from coast to coast.
Geora Woeas mest G.ve.
Mrs. Sabra Burgess Toccos,
'"rwelve years ago I began to
rheumatic trouble and kidney
torn said my system was Shled. with'
poisoning. The kidney secretions were'
and too frequent In passage and bo
greatly at night. My back got
and painful a.d there was a'
ensation through my loins. As the
progressed, 'severe pains ran from any
and neck.' down through my Ahoulders,
my right side and limb.: I tried me -
erything. -but nothing helped e.-ma As..
montha'gtreament by doctors
lief I was In despair. whfle4a'b
condtion, I began using Dodn P
and the re..fw...m..nuo.
I ad uued--six .bozes,:fl the
et me., Tha nef to yesa
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forsom Sate wre t to Wetr oh
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