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"Pape's Diapepsin" settles sour,
gassy stomachs in five
You don't want a slow remedy when
Your stomach is bad-or an unoertain
One-or a harmful one-your stomach
istoo valuable; you mustn't injure it.
Pape's Diapopsin is noted for its
Speed in giving relief; its harmless.
Rless; its certain unfailing action in
regulating sick, sour, gassy stomachs.
Its millions of cures in indigestion,
dyspepsia, gastritis and other stomach
trouble has made it famous the world
Keep this perfect stomach doctor in
your horne-keep it handy-get a large
fifty-cent case from any dealer and
then if anyone should eat something:
which doesn't agree with them; it
what they eat lays like lead, ferments
and sours and forms gas; causes head
ache, dizziness and nausea; eructa.
tions of acid and undigested food
remember as soon as Pape's Diapepsln
comes in contact with the stomach all
such distress vanishes. Its prompt.
ness, certainty and ease in overcomingT
the worst stomach disorders is a rove
lation to those who try it.-Adv.
, The Reason.
"None of the governments has is.
sued lately one of those white, blue
or red book,. I wonder 'whyT'
"I guess it is cas they are all
in one another's black hooks.'
Suffered So Much Felt She Had to
Have Relief. Says Cardui
Made Her Well.
Elba, Ala.-Mrs. M. T. May, of tti5s
place, writes: "I was not especially
strong when I married. . ., but after
my marriage, I seemed to got very
much worse. About two months after
I was married, I began to have awfil
weak spells. Would have bad spella
of headache, simply felt bad all the
time, could hardly do a thing... I
suffered so much pain in my left side
and had the swimming of the head and
congestion and heartburn very bad. In
fact I suffered so much I thought I
would die. I kept getting worse and
felt I must have some relief. I had
some pain and difficulty in walking...
"Mr. - , who ran a store in
-, recommended that I take 'Car.
dul,' and my husband bought me a hot
tIe, which did me so much goodl that
he bought me another, and after the
use of three or four bottles I was well;
was up doing my work after the use of
the first bottle. It's the fluest tonic I
know of. I got into better health that
I had boen since my marriage. I ad
vise all women... who have wcalb
spells.. , to take it."
The thousands of letters, which
come to us every year, like the above
certainly are proof of the merit of
Cardul, the woman 'r tonic.
For Sale by all druggists.
He Got 'Em.
C'ustomer-Give mec a pair of spi.
(ustomler-A pair of web) suiistend
KIDNEYS CLOG UP FROM
EATING Too MUCH MEAT
Take Tablespoonful of Salts If Back
.Hurts or Bladder Bothers--Meat
Forms Urio Acid.
We are a naition of meat eaters and
our blood is iulled with uric acid, says
a well-knowni authority, who warns us
to be Constantly on guardl against kid
Theskidneys do their utmost to free
the blood of this irritatinig acid, but
become weak from the overwork;
-they get sluggish; the eliminative tis.
Sues clog and thus the waste is re
tained in the blood to Poison the en-!
tire system,.ce fe
WVhen your kidneysacendee
like lumps of lead, and you have sting
ing pains in the back or the ur in~ Is
cloudy, full of sediment, or the blall
der is irritable, obliging you tao seek
relief during theo night ; when Yu have '
severe headaches, nervous sind dizzy
spells, sleeplessness, acil stomach or,
'rheumatism in bad weather, get from
your pharmacist about four ounces of
Jad Salts; take a tablespoonful in A
giaus -of water before breakfast each
morning and in a few days your kid.
i neys will act fine. This famous salts
1s made from the acid of grapes and
lemop juice, combined with lithia, and
has been: used for generations to flush
'and Mtimulate clogged kidneys, to neu
tralize the nicids in urine so It is no
j longer a source of irritation, thus end
/4 ~-Iig uvtinary? and bladder disorders.
Jai Salts is inexpensive and cannot
injure; -makes a delightful efterves
* cente lithia-water drink, and nobody
can make a mistake by taking a little
oceasionally to cteep the kidneys clean
C, ubid' educational system of
-s le. York shows a total regis
6 of,831,886 yupils.
. THE PICKENS 8 NTINEL, PIOKENS, S. d.
Iow ean ana Pai tU"fard
TH2HREE years have made the movement successful in hun
.A dreds of cities and towns. Every farmer should apply the
idea to his premises. How it improves rental property
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The upper picture shows a vacant lot in a southern town before a Clean up and Paint Up cam
paign. It was rid of all the trash by negro children in the neighborhood. Then they planted a
vegetable and flower garden on the plot and had. fine success with the enterprise. Can't we do
something equally good with some of the vacant lot eyesores in this town? The lower picture
showsAl^ wha can be --- done w a ragged, gg sd y . t
suaiontowak .u the owner an* eat.fth rpry utoc rue<te aeu o
lot im -a th netgre niae.Ti salso o s
( ; IM N P ndPant p"ha benbrugt i ad isas div
has econe naionwid'enout
slga inteitrssoYh rao aet h onr
homes an to n eui euirchr . Bat--euy o
fu ic le .Cak t oi baeadbosm fhl n olw
The par, picurehtowose avnto lot ilnty an ten atow bummere an enU adPitpcm
vrgazetablo an singerioarde mon ltadhnfnesceswt h nrrs~Cn ed
mentthi"ceanall" goodi whih som ftevcntlteeoeirshstwTh oe itr
hoanan whatca ev doivn wihargcodfrntinoieyr.mtto. ratdafpr
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ost adtie-s cnted nca gareaniniae.Tsisalsofru.
up nd an u IP mpaign ased on ISie~ ~~gt n n Isnedi- ln assge n rae rta
las s oge in the ntrests ofTbu-trgvet h -utya albxi uetone rgtnn
re hisnmer hans tnae beat-ch la hr. ieuy*-euy ftp htws nputyo te
locan c a dPai t wer crazed. iirhih fevr esnWoascu-hwpid ntepaeI a eta
bf tese tookay 1912 for. a ra coirvicIntesrntmentr h are ildsla h amnm
city pan teo ug toff arseo and's no lny n n aesm e n tts, cute, cm ui s
clubgaers i oarsil natiorale moe-th m ilstefed it riso hrceshosorfres lb
veto teleanr p spirit chIchren, ol oeie iiiainhsci-mypoli amcenu as u
cutspng i eheryca normnt mn a d co- ebtnvrhsntre ~htvrbs faleahidvda amrmj
womanad nearly enterysthrofn acorn-e 'eiofulnsintegatutfhve iswn
liTe lre hoea omn.ingikeua prop-as etrHath ti p~rn ooentecsa
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plansouggiesed yie nata was
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riess hit ndiicpiei a n sbs facetbesnss f.T~ elc ae h osslo
lnocaemntigor woere oantowns beachu- obevrnet, amcen dea.Altl an sago net
01' these took~~flltim fll the for fa icvc u ly my ield i btt liing, of tfo vr iepit tpe
movenwut - h~~ghd. Smtinknes.viiain ha bet- evste wod ad i ep h
whereEverbody elpshatehe, but maye halso lare. sallhutever ~h wie istda
clubleaet', bordsof rade helth that i of keepins on the farmat ofuth of eu be-vto on ntasnl
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vetoee~es colcideby aned t'increment. eaiet too, ahoud Rcnl aae hr a utbo
beusa~ oallan e l wo uch an hithesealth and pi- la padpitu apin
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thrugh(lseao nlifir wste wa claup d may. reut may 'bett thrl foerbdvadshubrygdec
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ifui wa conincnglypoited ut v- partiun ( th eclio n f arigprolem,
thye.mats had kenn frt fand o heNwtehnAnt
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wi a rwe"ogyo h ana omten better ayb thee wis afcnd gin el Is a aube trlzn
bat"oderiseliinaed i-m tese pt hearicho ny nirogng, phut agn. Vros(ahygemw n
campign. P:'mncntreslts8111 ilie.s They poaiu aindth vaiit as haeofItt epraueo 4
ltimaely a ear-rond efrt jar a n fetieri sreadnc ove potfielson.esI'lrnhiwr cmltl
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h'o'm moreattrative nd moeaheath- towTe andpew anceofthe thttearn-i oatcednri
I ul a farm cleanyard--ofan such aeet sug-gfmte s ei ffoers, tadth te prafcd. ub rtbs
ful was h c ocigs pinea log age uulyseithv-m cenu a cnleseiie t nisedo
i~l~'.ownt a~l illgeshav 11(1 migt man ne flwerbedor er-beng hasuaged thed elaiit o thse
thei ciM~.u~p'4las nd ecase f has afene fxed easto rotct needic havntng becom itsote is resorD.
~W~~'" ~fluflc eauy od ne.'reremaybea gte ha uto pb thteahent. utr r te
Po~rcRI~s Atthe resnt rte.ldings00 will orkI woder. er
thedy'sewrs dowe promterd byoa
be xpe~le ineletri ragest ei ('aug in thper plcre tm ay eha
Autmoil tiesma@o sntetityar "No-mero wasl disyt hefr"nm
rubbr b a ermn ivenor ave , he dijtalt o m abo bid o "ea tha n bentrakne to te ptace
beenrunmor thn 4000mils. ts eathrswil swllo a areor ofh lcemen stos he trners'acound
Wit te ida o rsitig art~ atwhle, Itstnd fve ee hgh th ptroe ame amt.anu"dyu
been builtof ~es~beste ofplate eacha indfvidualpanarmer'Wmay
A comutin soal h~* '~tt~.~'*%~ , to butDoe nt, egec wt Pteulrt
ed. thateththeirheeated housestVor housesifor
rent gotoolon wihou pantng
This negect make th osslo
tyisihtlybut lso astes th da of,
AL.COHOL- 3 PER CENT.
simil~ating lteFood vndRe ula
lingthe Stoniuchsand Dowels of
es and Ret.Conlains neither
N oT NAnco-rxc.
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Exact Copy of Wrapper
.City Has a History.
llamiadan, the Persian city. seems
to be the E4,kbatana or summer real
dence of the ancient Persian kings.
where Alexander the Great stored his
enormous loot fromu Persia, estimnated
at over $:205.000,000. But there Is to
vog-raphiical dlifficulty about identify
ing it with the earlier and still more.
interesting Ekbatana describedb
Hierodlotus--the city where the 141rst
Mediant kings. Deioces, realizing the
Ideal of royal Isolation by shutting
himself ul) in a palace on top ot a
hill, surrounded by seven fortified
circles of different colors descending
the slopes in order, and allowing the
inhatbitants of these to communicate
with him only by writing.
Only a true Christian can pray for
rain if his roof leaks.
Trouble makers are as plentiful as
peacemakers are scarce.
an Au~strala frtoiSuez 1oP
mos serve SII~CL outepmn a
b'h les co st oleefl
Evr advantagphie htn, oney
Eahof the Genrlsnrmu
mate ia arepuced. i nr
th ned ofin mnfcint
Ex pet emts at echmllpare
aspharts, eisu and evrIrllo E
eir wchulii calre o
boar ofexper hMe'mt.Ist
asp at p whic keepter ine
rooity more pabe ands morey.
mathe he drer ind.t, em
to ET I-Di ae inaaaorsme rol
here isexanr tye Gritor ERThis
withou loot o pcerofs, efome
a rgs sky-scraper ito the ismao
CRTit -TEalEaD ill uaree
(1,rstn 2 ort3). Exeribe brvey
- ieOlt laste longerr.th tr
idelneroal oofysting a
circle s ofd frget olosudectending
with him nl by rtiggbta
For Infants aun d Children.
Vothers Know That
mmR ORt4TAUN COMPANIY. W19W Vonn OI"y.
Advice to the Healthy.
Don't spit on floors or sidewalks.
Set the consumptive a good example.
If you must spit, spit Into gutters or
into a spittoon.
Live in the open air as much as
Kee) the windows open summer and
winter, at home and at work.
Sleep with the windows open; but
be sure that the entire body is warmly
Fresh air, whether moist or dry,
warm or cold, is good for you.
Breathe through the nose. Breathe
Avcid dust. Avoid dusty occupa
tions. Never stir ip dust by dry
sweeping. Sprinkle water or moist
sawduct, or moist bits of paper over
the floor before sweeping. Dusting
should be done with a moist cloth.
"i'f" and "but" are among the little
things that count.
anlVfe nfcec ald
the trip from New York to
ie highway between London
motion-it produces the ut
ad yields the finest product, at
and machinery can offer is used
in the quality and lower the cost.
mills is advantageously located
facture and quick distribution.
up-to-date machinery. Raw
mus quantities and far ahead of
us guarding against increased
is also insures favorable buying,
mployed to select and blend the
TAIN-TEED is made under
rying-out process so destructive
it is thoroughly saturated with a
der the formula of the General's
en coated with a blend of harder
aturation soft. This makes a
pervious to the elements than *
s; also in slate-surfaced shingles, 0