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For infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
- ootL9E CENT'
* Mophin norMineal
Aferitirfledy forConsipa- U
nessaulLOSS OF SLEEP.
w-acite Segnature of
T~z Thirt Years
; ~t Cpy of rnpTw ?Wruf OU @PANY. owW VORIC 99TW
f not solby your will be sent byPaces Post
anu &cept ofiPer& Ky.
- conomy. First Catch Your Victim.
'Don't you think it was extravagant The Old 'Un-Pluck, my boy, pluck;
n Miss~ Noodles to buy an automo- first and last; that is the one essential
War- - to suceess in business.
ndeed she married a chauf- The Young 'Un-Oh, of I course, -1
-- - quite understand that. The trouble is
finding some one' to pluck.-Cuban
s 30E ATMWMS 00T-EASE- Times.
-r3nt your shPeF.O
- se KIDNEYS CLOG UP FROM
A a~- se e.yn. Aft. EATING TOO MUCH MEAT
The Weapons. Take Tablespoonful of Salts If Back
aTb Is certainly aL #erC8 Oyster Hurts. or Dadder Bothers-Meat
iWa In the legslature." Forms Uric Acid. -
ra the factions shelling each
oth- We are a nation of meat'eaters and
our blood Is filled with uric acid, says
C16r :1i fa ainjurious Da well-known authority, who warns us
a s- being displaced In a great to be constantly on guard against kid
inysections of the :.South by Dr. ney trouble..
G B Wilms' Liver and Kidney The kidneys do their utmost to free
PBis. ,Tese pills stimulate the Liver the blood of this Irritating acid, but
and B~es without that 'weakening. become weak from the overwork;
tter efect which Calomeol cuses. they get sluggish; the eliminative tia
Sol by jealers 25c.' bottle. Sample sues clog and thus the waste Is re
mailed. fre.'on request. The .G. B. tained In the blood to polbon the en
eflinsn Co., Quitmang Ga.-Adv. ,..,
tsb'mdr sfuthnomenal,~ relief durn the nght; when you havt
* bemr eu hnonmna.severe headaches, nervous and dizzy
spls lelsnsai tmc o
M~ryu pamait butpuroncso
KadeSceadSlt; 184 tblspofu .
Usplso wteefess bacid astmach
To Ifrs~morning and in a few days your kid
__ WWWneys will act fine. This famous salts
T.G~ Is made from the acid of grapes and
lemon jui'ce, combined with lithia, and
QUA~khas been used for generations to flush
and stimulate clogged kidneys, to neu
longer a source of Irritation, thus end
ing urinary adbladder disorders.
* Jad Salts Is inexpensive and cannot
Injure; makes a delightful efi'erves.
11111cent lithia-water drink, and ,nobody
--.t 6, BXDIoccasionally to keep the kidneys clear
Not Often So.
S~raia, Siff eck9She-Do you love me still?
IInse aickHe-Oh, yes; that's the way I love
all Et~r~dyou best.
4 Mad Sine 186. ~MAKES ECZEMA VANISH
P~k~25c.~cmn4LOOResinol Stops Itching and -BurninIg Ir
AU Da~er e~~sl~ca.stanitly.
-There is immediate relief for skins
This is the BESTs Saw Mill icig unn n ifgrdb
The Twentieth inskntobeinawrbthih
A l~~~~~Cntury o eio itet h otig
Everyanj s in totesintpiten nsaty
Piece is n onceraayaltaeo rp
,ble belt dfeed ad cete rcto cae weeoteedetetshv
**asw mills of~ thebes ttemtrials hdn fet fe ht h eua
tin'eghot~ dSte~lV atahlno Ond #cable okepteskncea n haty
awmmior wrdem, ec.""
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COUNTRY 0F RACE;
Principle of Personal Freedom
Also Dominant in Holland.
Liberty Has Always.Been the Prevail.
ing Passion of the Dutch.apd Arts
and Selences of.the Race Have
Grown in -This Atmoapheto.
New York.-There -' is hardly a
country in the world. where the prin
ciple of perdonal freedom is so'deeplY
rooted in the -hearts o the people as
it Is in the Dutc.l Hdlland was the
first country. to'recognize and estab
lish the right of individual liberty
the right to 'think and the right to
speak. Holland has always extended
a hearty welcome to all those who
were oppressed and persecuted in oth
er' lands; Huguenots. from France,
Puritans from England, Jews from
Spain and Germany, they all fled to
Holland and made the country pros
This is what appeals to Americans.
What Holland has been in the past,
America is today. Holland was the
land 6f religious liberty in the six
teenth and seventeenth centuries.
America Is the land of intellectual and
economic freedom of the present age.
Freedom has been the dominant
note during the entire history. of the
Dutch, and- art-and science have grown
in the atmosphere of liberty, and
reached the -highest level. Go and ad
mire the masterpieces of Rembrandt,
Hals, Potter -and Dou;- and you will
realize that their works were born
in the land of the free.
In the field of science, Holland has
accomplished more *than-aiy other
country of its size. Coster, Spinoza, de
Vries, 'Van't Hoff are known all the
world over, and of late years five or
more Hollanders have obtained the
Nobel prize for science, for chefnistry
and for peace!
Holland-the Home of Peace!
This little country -of dikes . and
rivers has fought for Its liberty with
Spain; with Francd and England com
A Bit of Oki Holland.
bned, and it- came out victorious. It
has also struzeled (is atrner'lnn stiln
outside. Holland has been chosen by
the rest of the world as the great cen
ter, from which the idea of peace and
peaceful arbitration may spread, slow
ly, but surely,- or~r all the nations of
The first book on international peace
the world has ever seen was written
by a Hollander, Hugo de Groot, as
early as 1621. The world now seems
ready to apply the idea of peace, and1
a large number of disputes between
nations- have already been settled in
the Peace palace at The Hague.
As -far as size is concerned, Holland
is a small country, but it may well be;
proud of Its past and its present, and
it still has a mission to fulfill in the
future civilization of man. '
PREDICTS ROAD TO IRELAND
Tunnel From Scotland Could Be Built,
Says American Engineer,.
London.--A subinerged tube . rail
way between Scotland and Ireland is
prophesied by a Chicago engineer
named H. G. -Tyrrell, as a -remedy for
He suggests that a tube carrying a(
double railway track could be con
structed between Blac1k Head and
Port Patrick for $25,000,000 or $30,
00,000. The tube would have a length
of 20 miles.
THEVES LEAVE .RARE COINS
oast Robbers Do Not Think Old
Pieces Worth as Much as
Berkeley, Cal.-Six old Roman coins,
alued by the Urtiversity of California
at $5,000 apiece, were overlooked by
thieves who broke into the coin cases(
t the university lfbrary. Other coins(
worth about $50 were stolen.
The Roman coins were discovered in
the ruine of Pompeii In 1891 by a joint
expedition of the French government
and the University of California.
More Resorts Are Found. I
Chicago.--Although the police have
been active in carrying out Mayor
Harrison's order abolishing the Chi
cago red light districts, the commit
tee of fifteen handed the mayor a list
of addresses and names of owners
of 72 resorts.
Snorer Gets Broken Head.
Paterson, N. J.-Joseph B. Post,
asleep in the Rescue mission, snored
violently. A riot followed and Post
was removed to the hospital suffer
ing from a blow on the head.
Can Change Name to Greene.
New York.-Supreme Court Justice
Giegerich named March 17 as the day
upon which Morris Greenspune may
change his name to Greene.
To think about oneself all the while
is to turn energy in on oneself con
tinually that might much better go out
in unselfish action.: The self-con
scious person needs to pour out this
force of attention andi thought, instead
of concentrating it onMelf and wasting
it in awkward embarrassment and
hurt pride.-Great oughts.
No Marriage Lic ises issued.
Pe- - a
Mr. Robert ]. Norris, No. 1333 Hen
ry St., North Berkeley, Cal., writes:'
"We have never had any other medi
cine but Peruna In our home since we
have been married. I suffered with
kidney and bladder trouble, but two
months treatment with Peruna made
me a well and strong man. My wife
felt weak and was easily tired and
was also troubled with various pains,
but since she took Peruna she is weB
To Him, for instance.
Betty-Jack won't take "no" for a
Lnswer. What shall I do?
Tom-Say "yes" to some other fel.
B an Effort to Bring Wife's Trou
bles to End, and Fimally
. . Succeeds.
Myra, Ky.-Mrs. Sarah Branham, of
his town, gives out the following
tatement for publication: "I am 37
rears-of age, and suffered untold agony
with womanly troubles for 11 years.
?or 7 years, I was all run down, -and
was told that I could not live. My
usband spent everything he had, but
-got only temporary relief.
A merchant recommended Cardul,
he woman's tonic, to my husband,
ind he got me 5 bottles at one time.
began taking It, and before the first
)ottle was gone, I began to feel better.
I took all of the 5 bottles, and I am
*day as sound and well as any
roman, and fat and hearty."
Such testimony as the above, which
s given unsolicited, speaks for itself.
3an't you see, lady reader, that you
,re doing yourself, your family, your
riends, an Injustice by not, at least,
rying Cardul, if you suffer from any
f the many ailments so common to
Cardul Is composed of puje, harm
ess, vegetable Ingredients, which act
a a gentle, natural. way on the weak
ed womanly organs, helping build
hem back to permanent strength'and
. Cardul has helped thousands of.oth
r. women Why not you?
Ask your druggist. Re knows about
ooaMedicine Co.. CcTen, for
ent for Women." en in plain wrappr an
All the Style.
"I have been seeking -everywhere
r an- engagement."
"Why don't you try Washington?"
~RANflMA li~ QAVg "ra
Almost everyone knows that Sage
ea and Sulphur, properly compound
d, brings back the natural color and
ustre to the hair when faded, streaked
r gray; also ends dandruff, Itching
~calp and stops falling haIr. Years
igo the only way to get this mixture
as to make It at home, which is
ussy and troublesome. Nowadays,
y asking at any store for "Wyeth's
lage and Sulphur Hair Remedy," ydu
ill get a large bottle of this famous
Id recipe for about 50 cents.
DniN stay gray! Try It! No one
an possibly tell that you darkened
tour hair, as it does It so naturally
Lnd evenly. You dampen a sponge or
oft brush with it and draw this
brough your hair, taking one small
trand at a time; by morning the gray
iair disappears, and after another ap
,lication or two, your hair becomes
leautifully dark, thick and glossy. Adv.
Not Eau De Vie.
Tippler-The doctor said I must
rink lots of water.
His Wife-Very well. But he doesn't
nean fire water, remember.
FOR MALARIA, CHILLS, FEVER
olds and La Grippe take Elixir Babek,
preventative and remedy.
"I have used 'Elixlr Babek' for four
rears for Malaria, and found it all that
claimed for it. Without it I would
e obliged to change my residence. as
can not take quinine In any of its
orms."-J. Middleton. Four-Mile Run.
'a. Elixir Babek 50 cents, all drug
ists or by Parcels Post prepaid from
Ioczewski & Co.. Washington. D. C.
"I have a rare cook."
"Then is everything she gives you,
Vill cure your Rheumatism and all
inds of aches and pains-Neuralgia,
~ramps, Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuta,
)ld Sores. Burns, etc. Antiseptic
n~dyne. Price 25c.-Adv.
Bolstering Bad Bills.
"How does Hamlet Fatt manage to
teep in vaudeville?"
"He has a certain value. He's a
"Wha's a bolsterer?".
"He's so rotten that he makes the
*est of any bill look good."-Kansas
Backache Warns You
Backache is one of Nature's warnings
of kidney weakness. Kidney disease
kills thousands every year.
Dont neglect a bad back. If your back
is lame-if it hurts to stoop or lift-if
there is irregularity of the secretions
suspect your kidneys. If you-suffer head
aches, dizziness and are tired, nervous
and worn-out, you have further proof.
Use Doan's Kidney Pills, a fine rem
edy for bad backs and weak kidneys.
A KENTUCKY CASE
M.aron. Ky.. says: 5f
"Kidney 8isease had Pktre Tdis
made me an invalid. ... ry
I was in bed for
weeks at a time and
oten 'wished that
d-ath would come
and end my misery..
I could hardif hold
my arms nbove my
head at times and
tne kidney secre
tions were in awful
shape. Doctors held
ot little hope for
my recovery. A rela
tive advised me to
try Doan's Kidney
Pills and after I had
taken one box. I felt
ttr. Bere ong
and Desa's Kidney Fills alone cured m8."
SHOWS HARVEST OF THE SEP
;cene in Little Village Chyrch in Eng
land Decorated for the "Fisher
London.-"I thought the inclosed
night be of interest to your readers,"
says a writer to the editor of Country
Life. "It was taken from the chance]
)f our little village ch'urch when 11
was decorated for the 'Fishermen'i
rhanksgiving.' The 'harvest of th
lea' was a bounteous one, and thi
men were very anxious to have i
:hanksgiving. They decorated thf
hie Reaping Gear of the Fishermer
church themselves, and even got thel
wives to 'thread the herring in th
meshes' of the nets that nothin
should- lack In making the decoration
truly representative of their seafarin
lives. The huge floats hung down th
alsle, are used only in exceptionall
rough weather, when the ordinary cor
floats are dtfficult to see."
PORCUPINES STOP UP FLU]
Mystery Pizzles Jacob Dobinson, Bu
He Solves It When Quills
Hanover, N. J.-Jacob Dobinson ha
been experiencing considerable troi
ble with his chimney since early I
He changed his stovepipe an
cleaned out the stove flues. No goo
came. Each morning and evening b
would have trouble.
During the day by some peculis
phenomenon the chimney would *dra
Tired of having his wife's cake
bread and pastry ruined by a partiall
heated oven, Dobinson set- about I
tear the chimney down. He began i
He had not gone very far when b
stuck his hand down the neck of th
flue to pull out what seemed to t
some weeds. They had been blown I
by the wind, he thought.
"Ouch!" he yelled. Some shar
object had entered his hand.
Thihking It was only a needle, Dol
Inson again shoved down his arr
Horrors! The pain was worse tha
Dobinson left the roof in a burr
convinced that what was the matt
hand In the chimney, and pulled it o1
with a yell louder than his father's.
With the assistance of a rake, f
ther and son finally dug out thr4
good sized porcupines that were ma
ing their home In a small indentui
in the side of the chimney.
During the day the animals, appa
ently, crept .out on to the roof ax
prowled about securing food, and
the evening .returned.
Dobinson, having relieved'- his u:
invited guests of theneed of a homi
decided that stopping up niches In ti
old chimney would be better the
building. a new one.
$5,000 IN RADIUM FOUN
Search of Garbage Wagon From Live
pool lnfirnfary Reveals Much
Liverpool.-Search of a garbas
wagon which was about to be haule
away from the Liverpool infirmary r
cently brought to light $5,000 wori
Two tubes, one containing 30 ax
the other 50 millIgrams of radlux
had been applied to the face of
patient at -the infirmary. When
member of the staff came to remo1
the radium the next morning - ti
larger tube was missing. The mol
minute search was made, the patiel
even being photographed by X-ray1
see if he had swallowed the tube.
It was suggested that the tube migl
have fallen out of the dressing at
had been swept out with the wa:
sweepings. These had been placed
a garbage wagon which was on ti
point of being driven away when Pr
Ifessor Wilberforce of the Universi1
of Liverpool searched the garbage,
bucketful at a time, until the twelfi
bucketful resulted in the recoveryb
Could Bar Sex Hygiene.
Milwaukee, Wis.-There will be
need for sex hygiene In schools, sa:
Director Crafts of the Milwaukee A
society, if children are taught to l10
art. "Instead of dolls, give the
statues of Venus De Milo, Cupid. tl
- Flyiig Mercury and other nude fl
ures" said he.
Son Born in Snowbank.
Chicago.-Mrs. .Eva Hasse ga
birtfi to a son on a snowbank 1
yards from her home. She and h
husband were on their way to h
mother's home., Several women left
passing street car to care for ti
Motorcycles for Doctors.
tached to Chicago police stations ha
been ordered to learn to ride mot<
cycles. Specially built machines w
be equipped with lungmotors al
other first aid appliances for use
Too Much to Ask.
.Mrs. Henrypeck (looking up fro
her reading)-"This writer says th
the widows make the best wives." N
Henrypeck"But, really, my dear, y<
can hardly expect me to die just
order to make a good wife of you."
Freshy-"Professoi- is it possible
ake the greater from the less?" P
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keeps out. ampnesswt -e te r0
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fresh pure beneficial 46nt ini0
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