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"Pape's Diapepsin" fixes sick,
sour, gassy stomachs in
Time it! In five minutes all stomach
distress will go. No indigestion, heart.
burn, sourness or belching of gas, acid,
or cructations of undigested food, no
diziiness, bloating, or foul breath.
Pape's Diapepsit\ is noted for its
speed in regulating uipset stomachs.
It is the surest, quickest and most cer
tain indigestion remedy in the whole
world. and besides it is harmless.
Please for your sake, get a large
fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin
from any store and put yotir'stoinch
right. Don't keep oin being miserable
-life is too short--you are not hero
long. so make your stay agreeablo.
Eat what you like and digest it; en
joy it. without dread of rebellion in
Pae's Diapepsin belongs in your
home anyway. Should one of the fain
ily eat something which doesn't agree
with them, or in case of an attack of
indigestion. dspepsia, gastritis or
stomach derangement at daytime or
during the night, It is handy to give
the quickest rellef known. Adv.
When-1 Govrno -ln was inl 41lice
in Noew lirp'ie ' ione-l I1urrtt
(of th111r1r. inf dil,1 and thlere
W11.1 :11 1111,4('1 ly 6r11h'fo the o~f.
fi(.. vn hile I his body was await
Ing huril: w%.fit n ilitar ,y hon'iiors. ()nIe
enne14ielate1 ventured4-4 it) enil 11p41n (;()V
were too get into1 ( 'ohonn-lI lInrrl' IS
TheaNswerl V1.1116 pr'Mo tly, . "\'), I
lin't think I sh11h1 have 'ny :hj.e
tio s i4 1 o- m14 111 1-r.t o r Is w:\vIlIng.".--.
There is only one medicine that really
stands out pre-eminent as a remedy for
diseases of the kidneys, liver and bladder.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root stands the
highest for the reason that it has proven
to he just the remedy needed in thousands
upon thousands of even the mllost distress
ing cases. Swamp-Roiot, a physician'a pre
scription for special diseases, make', friends
quickly because its mild and immediate ef
fect is soon realized in most cases. It is
a gentle, healing vegetable conpound.
Start treatment at once. Sold at all drug
stores in bottles of two sizeB-fifty cents
and one dollar.
IHowever, if yonl wish first to test this
great preparation send ten cents to Dr.
Kilner & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a
sample bottle. When writing be sure and
mention this paper.---Adv.
Rear Guard Removed.
Iborik was nilber backwlad in her
attidles .. ()114 flhty whenl her- gnthast.1
wais I tituiuil it 1l n(1 her slta ndt In - t
yoSt sIiudy hiarder'I f iil trI : It get aw yI
tones of iinrit'd inioee'e. "The lit
fool t hs le-i. schlut.'"
~ANY CORN LIFTS OUT.
DOESN'T HURT A BIT!
No foolishness! Lift your corns
and calluses off with fingers
It's like magic!
Sort- 'orns, har cI(ornls. soft corns or
any kinid if' at (orn, tnn hamless ltl'y be
lifted right out with t he lingers if you
appt upon13 th141 le earn t al feIw drops5 (of
freez.ont. says a~ 'initiittI athlority.
F~or lit tle cost on elnniii get it sinl
hlottle of freezo'/Ane at any dIrug store,
whiteh wviil positively r'hl (one's feet of
every~ ('Urn 01' enflIIus withoa ut 1pa1in.
S Tius simpile driuig diis the motiett
It is apptliedt antd dioe' lnt even I rrl
tale the surrounulling -din wh'lile ny.)
Illying it or' afterwards.
TIhis lil ann liunielnnt will Interest
matny of tur~ readert's. if your dlruggist
hasn't anly fnr'ezone' t'lL h1un to surely
get a smaiill bottle for you from his
wholesae dc(rug honuse.- -ad~v.
you ('ould4 iiiarriy .\iss I.'luf any titme
youl waiitedl to'?"
"W~ell, yes, in at wiay, [ had4 thet re
fusal of her handtt."
Gold Ring for Baby Free.
Get a 25'i Bottle of Baby IEase from
any drug store, ma~til coupon us (Ii.
rectedi antd gold ring (gunranteed),
proper size,(, liutiled you. 11aby3 IEase
cures B~owel Cmnphiits andit Teething
Troubles of Ilahie.s.-Ady.,
A miov'emlent is under way to turn
the vacant lots of New Orleans into
For speedy and effective action Dr. Peery's
shot" hias no eq 1l. One dose only
Olean out Worms or apeworm in a few
If we ,ditt have to work thr
Sidney comes to know sorrow
bride, is disillusi
roo01)ner 111 the 10'"o hotne, presided
Aina. mid her oldIlmaid atint. I1Ir1
I h'lospitall itirSe 11rIthl thl n('th3
and S 41 .1(34' J Drllrllitlld, anil ohil
S I Iney I (-i t I lI . ho w4 rb' Is -.r ro--lw
('h:11rotta 1 liarrisonl. who has1. beenl i
()f un1offelinlint Shiney. I le hnt
I lowet. y N4111ig sloie'jy I' , e. it ti I
Despilte K.'s elfrits to icviiiI strIll
light 111n0 tiindx lit is a fatllolls I
Iaix ktetps the1. Secrt-l lit his d1111 frit
Wheni l'aliter uird Ch'rist ine ret urned
frOIl theil wtl 11 iig triip Annai Pa10ge
i1t1de tilielh of IhI' i rrival, insisted 1n
dillilter foil theill th111( liight lt(ite little
houlst', miust help C'hristinle Itinplik her~l
trIunks tinl 1rtioligt hletr weddilig gifts
bt3)001 till' pI)tIIIeIt. She Wa1s br1ighztk'er
thitiu she h1:14 hoeen for. days. Iln. Iin
terested. The' wvoriters 4)f tille trouls
selill filled her-[- with IdinViti' Sionl an.d it
Not( of jeil14us vy . fIrI Shiilley. who
1uhhave n111n1t, li these thlings. In it
101pahl sort of way S he tulothered
l'ts irtn lieu of hier ownt da111iliter.
An It wis her q11k eye thIat ls
e('Ined so1inething wrolig. Christinte
was 141 1131py. Unthk oer her excitellin-i
wits lilt 33direl'elrreit of reserve. Annit,
rit'll in 11111 1 erili ty to f I0l nothing else,
felt it snit in reply to sornte spe . of.
('hristOinv's that strucek her its hard, not
4ill[(e litting, I. she gavre her a gentle lad
"31irri'ed lift. takes i little adjust
ing, 1ny dear," she said. "After we
have lived it) ourselves for i numii11ber
43f years, it Is not easy to live for
(ristline striightened frorm the tea
ta1ble she wis arrtinging.
"Thait's true, of course, Biut why
should tle wollil (10 ill lite adjuslt
"Meni are more set." said poor Anna.
who halidlnever benset lin anlything
In her.I life. "It Is hIIAder for thlt-in to
give inl. Andl of vourlse., Pa1011n.r 14
older'1, 33311 hits habi11t--"'
oh33 .11 1 Il
"Teless Said abhout Pnline11r's hahl
its thie better.." 1t1ashed t'hriIstinlo. " I
1ppet-11 to have tourIIried4 11 bunchl of
She gaive over her uinpneking, Ind
si3l dlown listissly hy the fire, while
Aallih Illoved abhol3t. bisy with thesinll
activities that delighted her.
'briist iine W~hs n1ot withou333t'41ouraIge.
Shet was5 Inutking 33 brave Vt h31 a3 hlll
(133y 33t h1o1114 slit was teri'Iiedl. Shet
wasi ghI 311when' Ann 111wenIt a13d lef't
'T'e 33' day ''strtin had11 b)een' bad3 for'
Anna11. Le' Mloyne fiound hiler (in thit
33nd( g33ve her'3 31 qIt'k glani of'4 4appre-)3t'
hesioni~lI. She was3 proppedlt'( up1 hIgh
ithI pIllolws, ~ wih a bo4ttle of1 aronlin3t 1e
31 n1int)ni1n betsidet hiert.
"'J Ist-shor3t of h''3 brah," slit pun Itedl.
Tha13t was1 3as filr as shIe got. K.,
walt'h in hand,(1 found)( hier pulse thlin,
stingy, irre'tgularl. lit had1 b~teen pret
lie hurlrIed( iito his room)3) f'or! 313ny' nI
3'rate. Whent'l lit came11 baick sheo was
lmoltst unc(onse'louls. 'LiThee waIs no
11i3me e'ven to call1 Kaltie. lit br'oke the
4'apsu31'lein 31 towel, and13 held~ It over' her
Ilnet. Afte a''31I tit' th spasm)3133 relaxred,
steit for D~octorld, buth he13 lit' n113 ot
('ome yet. ilarriet' wa's to.) wre3tch'ed
to niotIee the pr'ofessionll mannl~ler ini
which K. Xtet t) work over1 Annla.
"I've been3 a1 very harid sltter to her,"
she said. "If you cuan pull hier through,
I'll try to mallke up ftor it."
Christine slat oni the stirs oultsIde,
frightened and hl~lelss. Thley had1(
Rent for Sidney; but thit little house5
had no telephone, and the mecssage wa'ls
slow in getting off.
At six o'clock Doctor IEd camlle pant
ing up the stairs aind itto the rootn1.
K. stood back.
"Well, this Is sadi, Harriet," said( Doc
tor IEd. "W~hy ini the namelI of hieaven,
whlent I wasni't aronuid, didn't youI get
anothier djoctor. If she hatd had1( some
"I gave her sonie nitrate of amnyl,"
said K. quietly. "There wais really no
time to send for anfyb)ody. She ahnl~ost
went ulndler at hialf-past five."
Max had1( kept hIS wordl and1 evten
Doctor IEd did not suspect K.'s secrett.
He gave aI quiick glanice at this tall
young man who spoke so quietly of
what lie ltad (lone for the sick womaitn,
and went on with his work.
Sidney arrived a little after sir, andi
from that momeont the confusion in the
sickroom was at an end. She moved
Ohristine from the staire, where Katie
Cn her' nuimerous errands m'ust crawl
'O9er her ;'Set Harriet te Warminag her
He was a famous r
himself through j
courage in an inspir
intimately, and Christine, the
)ned about her man.
with gentle manners, becomes a
over hy SidIleY her invatlid nother,
iet. a tiressmaikker. Sidney becolmes
lce of Ir. laix Wilson, a brilliant
rm11. K. loves her from a distanlce,
higl-schiol chui. At the hospitiil,
. She heroines acquailnte( wi thI
11lina1t. with Wilson Inld is Jealous
'hristine Lorenz, anm rries Piailter'
lihy tatle roolis at the Page ItOtie.
getrs. IDcor Max meets buln oine
4ictor I'dwardes, supposedly dead.
Ild's urgent request.
mother's bed and getting It raldy;
opened windows, brought order attit
qluiet. And thent, with Qjeath in hier
eyts, she took upi her position beside
her tuother. This wats no titme for
weeping ; that would come later. Once
she turned to K., statiding watctully
"I think you have knoxwn this for
at long tite," she said. Amd. whenl lie
did not antswer: "Why did you let mne
staty away front her? It would haive
het'tn such at little time !"
"We were trying to do our best for
botth tot' you," het- replied.
Ana1 was unconscious and sinkiig
fast. One thought obsessed Sidney.
lit n 4,1te it over and ovvr. It en1ine
as a (ry front the depths of lie girl's
"Sh has htld so little of life," she
said, over atati over. "So little! Just
this Street. She iever kiew anatythinig
Andi tinally K. took It up.
"After aill, Sidrney," he salid, "the
Street is life; the world is only manty
strts. Slit' hiad a gret dea . She
had love ani content. and she had
Anna dtied a little after midnight, a
(uiet passing, so that only Sidney and
the two men knev when she went
tiwaty. It was Harriet who collapsed.
During ill thait long evening she had
sat looking back over years of small
unkitltesses. The thorn of Annat's in
vlli'ettny had always rankled itt her
ihesh. Slit' heii been hard, uneompro
laising, thwarted. And owit)\ it was for
ever too atte.
K. haid watchedh Siiney earetflly.
once h thought sie wats fainting, and
welit it) her. Iltit sh(- shook her head.
"I at aill riglt. Do yout thiik you
cotil get thetill it ott of the room
am1tI let tilt have her at lonte for Just a
vigil t~sitde the tdtora. And, ias lie
stttd t here. ho' thlouaght of what the had
said to Sitdiney abouat the Street. It was
a world tof its owna. Her'e in thtis very
hltise w iere' dea thI aind separ 'a ati; Har
r'iot'.s statrvedo life ; Chtristinte and
I 'aittnttr biegiznnig a lonag andl( dloubtfil
au t urt t oget her ;hiinsetlf, a faiilur'e, anad
Whent' lhe tope'tt'd th l oor (i)atgain, Sid
ntey wvas standinllg h:- hier mtother's bed.
It'ielet to tier, andt~ shte turn'ied and
Piut her ht'ado against his shoulder likec
a tired o'hildh.
"T1atke met awvay, K.," she said piti
And,. with his armi arounid hier, he led
her out of thle r'oom.
* * * * * * *
Outside of tier smtailt immtediaite
circle Anniai's (leath wvas hardly felt.
'lTe little hotuse wientt ont much as be
fore. Ihtrioet catrrled hack to her' buit
ness a heavinltess of spirit that madnoe it
diflicult to bear with the smith ir'rita
tons of tier daty. On Sidntey--and ina
less iensure, of course, ont K.-fell the
r'eal bruntt of' the dilsaster. Sidney kept
up well unttil after the fuineral, but
went dotwnt the next day with a low
"Overwork aind gr'ief," Doctor E~d
said, antd sterntly forbade the hospitah
atgtain uti C(hristmras. Morning and
ev'ening K. stopped at hier door and1(
iniqired foir hier, and morning and eve
ning camute Sidney's reply:
"Much better. I'll surely be up to
But the dlay3s driagged on and shte did
D)owntst ars, Christine and Palmer
had ente'red on the round of midwinter
gayeties. Patlmier'sq "crowd" was a
lively oneo. There were dinners and
dlances, wteek-entd exC irsions to coun
try houses. The Street grew accus
tomned to seeing automobiles stop be
fore the little house oft all hours of the
aight, Johnny Rosenfeld, driving
Patlmter's ctar, took to failing asleep at
the wvheel in br'oad daylight, and voiced
his diacon'tentt to his mtotheor.
"You never' knowui where you are with
thetm guys," hit sid briefly. "We start
tout fotr half an hour's run inl the eve
iting, and get htome with the milk wag
Onts. Andi the more~r some of them have
had to dink, the' more they want to
drive the mnachtine.' If I get a chance,
I'nm going to beait it while the wind's
But, talk as he might, in) Johnny
Rosenfelds' loyal heart there was no
thought of desertion, Palmer had giv
en him a mani's job, and he would stick
by it, no matter what came..
One such nirht Christine nut .
nan who had lost
lear, but found
ing Woman's love
lying wakefully in her Ied, while the
clock on the imnititel tolled hour after
liotir into the nlight. 'alimer did not
come home at aill. li seit at note from
the ollice in the itoriing:
I hope you are not worried, darling.
The car broke, down near thle Counitry
'Itab last roight. anti there Wits nothing to
ti but It spend the niight there. I would
have sent you word, but I did not want to
rouse you. What dto you say to the the
ater tonight and supper afterward?
('lrisinme was learning. She tele
idhonied tlie Coilitry ('il that morning,
aiid foutid tlt 'aier hitt not been
I here. ltut, although she knew now
thilt lie was deceiving her, as he ill
ways hail deceived her, its probably he
al ways would, shel hiesitated to conl
front him11 with what she knew. She
shran1'iiik, is maittnty a WOman1tti hats shrunk
-bfore, from confronting himt1 with his
Hlut the second time it happened sit
Was roused. It was almost Christmas
thei, aid Sidney was well on the wity
to reCoVery, thinner and very white,
but going slowly up1) and tdown tht stir -
('ase oi K.'s ari, antd sitting with
IIarriet an11d K. lit the dinn1er tatile.
She was begging to be bIaek on dity
for Chrlitistiis, and K. felt thitt he
would have to give her tip soon.
At thr.'e o'clock olie Iorning Sidney
rouisedi from it light sleep to hear a
ra ppiig oni her door.
"Is that. you, Aunt Harriet?" she
"It's Christine. May T come in?"
Sidiney unlocked her door. ChittIstitne
sliplpel into tlie room. Sie carriedi a
citidle, and before she spoke she looked
it Sidney's watch on the bedside table.
"I hoped my clock was wrong," sIe
said. "[ am sorry to waken you, Sid
ney, but I don't know what to do."
"Are you ill?"
"No. Palmer has not comlte home."
"What tlime is it?"
"After three o'clock."
Sidney had lighted the gas and was
throwing on her dressing gown.
"Whlen he went out did lie say-"
"He said nothing. We had been
quarreling. SlAney, I atm going home
in the morning."
"You don't mean that, do you?"
"Don't I look as if I mett it? How
Much of this sort of thing is a woman
suppose to endure?"
"Perhaps he has been delayed. These
things always seem terrible in the
mildle of the night, but by morning-"
Christine whirled on her.
"This isn't tihe tfirst time. You re
iemnbei' the letter I got on my wedding
"le's gone back to her."
"Christine I Oh, I'm sure you're
wrong. Hie's devotedl to you. Oh, I
"Believe it or not." said Christine
doggedlly. "that's exactly what has hap
pened't. I got something out of thait
little rat of a Ittosenfeldl boy3, and the
rest I knowv because I know Palmer.
H~e's out with her tonight."
The hospital had taught Sidney one
thing: that it took miany people to
imake a world, and that out or these
some1 were inevitably vicious. But viee
had remained foi' her a cleatr abstrac
tion. Ther'e were such people, and be
cause one was in the world for service
one caredh for them. I~ven the Saviouir
lad been kind to thie womaun of the
Butt hier'e abruptly Sidney found the
gireat injuistlee of the wuord-thiat be
catuse of this vice the good suffer more
thain (lie wicked. 1Her young spir'it
r'ose in hot rebellion.
I"It isn't fair !" she cried. "It makes
mehate ali the men in the world.
Palmer cam'es for you, and yet he can
doathing like this I"
Christinie was pacing nervously up
addownt the room. Mere comphauioni
sh1)ipthad soothed her. She was nowi,
on the surface at least, less excited
"They are not aill like Palmer, thanik
heaven," shte said. "There iire decent
men. My father is one, and your K.,
here in the house, is another."
At four o'clock in the morning
Palmer Howe camne home. Christine
met him in the lower hail. He wats
rather pale, bitt enitirely sober. She
confronted hinm it her straight white
gown nnd watitedi for him to speak.
"I am sorry to be so late, Chris," lhe
said. "The fatct is, I am all in. I was
driving the cai out Seven Mile run.
We blew out a tire and the thing
Christine noticed that his right arm
was hanging iniert by his side.
Young Howe had been firmly re
solved to give tip all his bachelor hab
its with his wt'(hling (day3. In his indo
lent, rather sellsh waty, lie was much
in love wvith his wvife.
But with the inevitatble mtistunder
standings of the first months of mar
ringe had come a dlesire to lbe iappreel
ated once again att his face valud.
Grace had taken him, not for what ho
was, but for what he seemed to be.
With Christine the veil was rent. She
knew him now-all his small indo
lences, his affectations, his weaknesses.
Later on, like other women since the
world heamn, sha would larn to d,..
sembile, to affect to believe him what
he was not..
Grace had learneti this lesson long
ago. It was the A It C of her knowl
edge. - And so, back to Grace camie
Palhner ibwe, not witlh a suggestion to
renew the old relationship, .but for
Christine sulked-he wanted good
cheer ; Christine was intolerant-he
wanted tolerance; she disapprbved of
him and showed her disapproval--he
wanted approval. He wanted life to
be comfortable and cheerful, without
recriminations, a little work and nuch
play, a drink when one 'was thirsty.
Distorted though it was, and founded
oil a wrong basis, perhaps, deep in his
heart Palmer's only longing was for
happiness; but this happiness must be
of an active sort-not content, which
is passive, but enjoyment.
"Colne onl out,"' he said. "I've got a
car now. No taxi working Its head off
for us. Just a little run over the coun
try roads, el?"
It was the afternoon of the day be
fore h'lristine's night visit to Sidney.
'iThe ollice had been closed, owing to a
deatth, and Palmer was in possession
of at holiday.
"Coie on," lie coaxed. "We'll go out
to the Climbing Rose and have sup
"I don't Wait to go."
"That's not true, Grace, and you
"You and I are through."
"It's your doing, not mine. The
toads are frozen hard ; an hour's run
inito the country will bring your color
"Much you care about that. Go and
riide with your wife," said the girl, and
1img away froi himn.
The last few weeks had filled out her
thin figure, but she still bore traces of
her illness. Iler short hair was curled
over her heatd. Sie looked curiously
boyish, ailtiost sexless.
Beca use she saw hil wince when
she mitioned Christine, her iII temper
icireased. She showedl her teeth.
"You get out of here," she said sud
deinly. "I didn't ask you to comlie back.
I do't vantit you."
"Good heavens, Grace ! You always
knew I would have to marry some
"I was sick; I nearly died. I didn't
hear any reports of you hanging around
the losplital to learn how I wits get
lie laughed rather sheepishly.
"I had to be careful. You know that
its well as I do. I know half the staff
there. Besides, one of-" He hesi
"You evertold e yower going
"TakerMed Aa"She Slpenaid around
Hae hadt furisvie'd the. fA irl her
Therewa ver welmforitabe traning o
coolg hee abould havebe thereaan
Andt neve told te ous were gon
tohet mtingwar oereh wsl.sbl
hape. But eracehi conudtostn
coin home athinkin ththrie agin.
jsfed, now that she has
eandher husband's true na
tringoing back to her folks
andin ecuinga divorce?
(TO BE CONTiNUED.)
BauxIte From Dutch Guiana.
Bauxite was discovered about 14
months ago by a mining engineer on
pr'ivatte properties situated on the
Surinam river, four hours' Journey
from Paraamarbl o, D)utch Guiana. The
area over whleh the bauxite dleposits
have been found and which dlscloseq
varlouas outcrops, is 100 kilometers
long and ten kilometers wide (62 by 6.2
miles). It is not yet Possible to give
any idea of the amount of bauxite
within this area. The bauxite com- I
Dany now operating seemsq Interested
only in the highlands andl hIll depos
its. It Is in possession of the most
suitable land.-Commer,ioi Rn
LAX-FOS is an improved Cascara
A O6ESTIVE LAXATIVE-- Pleasant to take
In LAX-FOS the Cascara is improved by
addition of certain harmless chemicals
which increase the efliciency of the Cas
cara, making it better than ordinary Cas
cara. LAX-FOS aids digestion; pleasant
to take; does not gripe or disturb stomach.
Adapted to children and adults. Just try a
bottle for constipation or indigestion. 5oc.
Japanese Trade in Manchuria.
3)t. Yoshida, who wa's selectoil by
the- .Jiapaniiese govermIIeilt to lInvesti
gate commliierclni conditions in lant I
churin, has 'mdik(le a reort giving de
tails of tile trade. About one Imonth i.'
required to traisport goods from
Osaka to Hrb11)III, even by pissenger
train. The prinlelimi Jakinese Prodi
lets that are sent I'rom I llarbill to Ihu
0Pean11 itussiat are hosiery, underwear;
thoe soles, cottol textlies, Illeleines,
singlass and ilnsulated electrie wire.
Since the middle of August an import
AIX liats beenl assessed upon hosiery
Ind 1t1nderwear by thle lIttsshln MaNln
-lhthin (uStom11s. The Ia( of North
Innehuin is on the rond to prosper
1Y, oil necouint of thle incereatser pop-+
iitin find the devtelopImeInt of atgri
,ulture, Harbin is regarded as tile con
(r of business.
"Hlow w-Its Ge'rtrude Swalshby's wed
"A great success. 1lPPlirently. Tile
wnlshby's exhlil sted 1thir credit get
ing ready for it "Id tilh soiety ed
tors exlltsted their stock ol' aIdjec
Ives diescribinag it."
"Why do they ('nlI it Wall street?"
" Iu ) u 01gainst it an1d you'll find
Is Work Too Hard?
lany kinds of work wear out the
kilneys, and kidney trouble makes
any kind of work hard. It brings
morning lameness, backache, head
ache, nervousness, rheuiatisn and
urinary troubles. If your work is
confining, strains the back, or ex
poses you to extreme heat or c6ld
or damip, It's well to keel) the kid
neys active. Donn's Kidney Pills
are reliable and safe. Thousands
A North Carolina Case
N. A. Spence, Sr., 4123
a. Wilmington St.. Ra
leigh. N. C., says: "I
suffered for years from
kidney trouble. I had
backaches and pains
through my loins and
thle kidney secretions
were unnatural ant fill
ed with sediment. Af
ter using Doan's Kidney
Pills, I passed several
gravel stones and Im
proved at once. The
aches nnd pains soon
left and tile action ot
IY kidneys was regt
Get Doan's at Any Store, 50e a Box
FOSTER-MILBURN CO., BUFFALO. N. Y.
meat you get
splendid value!I' he large
25 cent bottia contains four times
moetin he una bottle of ini.
Try it for rheumatism, neurailgia.
sciatica, sprains, cuts and bruises'
At all dealers - price 25 cents.
GILBERT BRlos. & 00.
Your liver Is the Santary Depart.
meat of your. body. When it goes
wrong yotur whole system becomes
poisoned and your vitality is weakened.
The beat remedy is
Dr. Thacher's Liver
and Blood Syrup
A purely vegetable compound, laxative
and tonic in effect, It cleans out your
body, and puts energy Into your mind and
muscles. We recommend this remedy be.
cause we know from many years' experi.
ence that It is efrective.
at your dealer'.
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arly Jersey and Charleston Wakefield, Sue
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