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ALGOHOL-3 PR BNT.
Mineral. NOT NARCOTIC
}pA Snn -
Constipation and Diarrhoe8a
and Feverishness and
Loss OF SLEEP
resdting therefrom inlnfafty
ac-Simite Sionature of
TimgaENTAUa GoP *
Exact Copy of Wrappa.
Sure Test of Diamond.
Thel( faIct that real d Iiai Imontds a re
ohosphor eselt after belng tieited in
he following manner is Said to makil1e
Ie following test ai sulre o1e: 1irst
of ill. explose Ile stonle for i 1ew m1 ini
Ites to the light of nn elvelr14e 1I
h11en rbIII) It into n (1htrk phire, wn
lie (iamtiolld will glow brlglitly. This
leos not occur. Il i l the ( I II, if a fillse
OR SICK STOMACH
Time it! Pape's Diapepsin ends
all Stomach misery in five
Do some foods you eat hit back
taste good, but work badly; ferment
.nto stubborn lumps and cause a sick,
tour, gassy stomach? Now, Mr. or
Mrs. Dyspeptic, jot this down: Pape's
Diapepsin digests everything, leaving
nothing to sour and upset you. There
never was anything so safely qiick, so
certainly effective. No difference how
badly your stomach is disordered you
will get happy relief in flve minutes,
but what pleases you most is that it
strengthens and regulates your stom
ach so you can eat your favorite foods
Yufeel different as soon as "Pape's
Diapepsin" comes in contact with the,
stomach-distress just vanishes--your
stomach gets sweet, no gases, no belch
ing, no eructations of undigested food.
Go now, make the best investment
you ever made, by gett~ing a large fifty
cent case of Pape's Diapepsin from any
store. You realize in flve minutes how
needless it is to suffer from indiges
tion, dyspepsia or bad stomach. Adv.
judgiient tell her thatot vou adiure
Royal Baking Powder:
duce appetizing and wi
cornbread, etc., with fevi
In many recipes the nut
duced and excellent res
an additional quantity o:
about a teaspoon, for e
following tested recipei
1 cup sugar 1
(liup water 1
2 teaspoona Royal [naking Powder h
1 cup flou, nt
I teaspoon salt iai
%cup cold water ri
I teanooon flavoring
The old method called for six~
Icoolt of recipes which e
ex~e iIVa in4 rdient, ai
Made from Cream of Tar
adds none but healthfu
No Alum No Phosph
For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know That
THE OUNTAUR OOMPANY. M6W YOrv.
At a i itleeting r(celily it Suth
s Nil worn lsaid to a frild:
"Mrs. Whiyomillyeil Is fill1 IV i
est w(otialn I ever knew."
"inihidIy - lnvt her a lor t ne?"'
"''lien why Idn you coish'ier her so
"ThI'le oIther. day 'Ih( Itevidally11%
ki.n'ked Ihr i r orff the Stove
and bn11(t1 tile pelestial."
"Ali(d yvesterthly. when-11 slit knocke(d
it (11f again. thlt 1edsl went bac
Into its- 11r4014.r po4sitionl."
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a Gen
eral Tonic because it contains the well
known tonic properties of QUININE and
IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out
Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds
up the Whole System. 50 cents.
"FI-'ni er."* til lit- snulill boy, "whalt
Is a lin'ilist ?"
"A lincitist. iny soii. is it luin who
th1ini1; that will is a ril'igh 1f41rm11 of out
do(11 sport 11hat1 the lool-e couIl stop
if the'y wAnllted to."
NIERt HAD A CHILL
After Taking El.IXIR BAJBEK
"My lit tie daughter, 10 years old, suffered
nearly a year withI chills and fever, most of the
time undter the dIoctor'sI care. I was discour
aged1 and a friend adtvIsedl me to try Elixir
Babe k. I gave it to her and she has never had
a chill since. It completely cured her." Mrs.
Cyrna Helms. 302 E St.. N. E., Washington, D. C.
Elixir Babek 50 cents. all druggists or by
Parcel Post prepaid frun. Kloezewski & Co.,
Washinigton, D. C.
Oldest Marble Quarry.
Verimont ' obilest iitarbl e q uarry,
op ented alait 17195. still Iis ben' g op
('rnted profital y.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the orig.
inal little liver pills put up -10 years ago.
They regulate liver andl bowels.--Adv.
Mani 1 fislmde of duet andi lie wants
11he r'est of thle ear th.
makes it possible to pro
iolesome cakes, muffins,
rer eggs than are usually
nber of eggs may be re
ults obtained by using
E' Royal Baking Powder,
ach egg omitted. The
s a practical illustration:
DtIRECTIONS: -Boil sugar ano:3 water
thiIl srum' spins aI threamd and add11 to tile
iflly hentent wh'ites. of egg,' beating until
C imixtunre is cold. Silt togethe.r thlree
-nt yclks 4) t~I eg 1 untt thick: 1add a little
a tlim 11our mixtu4)re and)4 egg yolks
le rtly t o white t fegg mlixtulre. stir
ig I afte ac~ h additi oll. Add S Cu~p cold
ateCr 114 nnd nflrm. Mix ligihtly and
ke in mouderalte ovenf one hour1.
eggs and no baking powder
'fonIre Inl eggs nndil other
t'd free. A ddre as Rev. ui
Villiam Street, New York,
tar, derived from grapes,
I qualities to the food.
aRte MrnnM ~J
BEAUTY OF ONE
Allows Diversified Arrangement of
Rooms Without Causing
Worry to Arohitect.
BUILDER MAY HAVE OWN WAY
In This Type of Structure Any Pet
Idea Can Be Carried Out-Plan
Shown Offers Valuable Sug
gestions for an Ideal
By WILLIAM A. RADFORD.
Mr. William A. Radford will answer
questions and give advice FREE 01"
COST on all subjects pertaining to the
subject of building, for the readers of this
paper. On account of his wide experience
as Editor, Author and Manufacturer, ho
is, without doubt, the highest authority
on all these subjects. Address all inquiries
to William A. Radford, No. 1827 Prairio
avenue, Chicago, Ill., and only enclose
two-cent stamp for reply.
Almost everyone who phils to billId
n house latis an arrangien'nt of roomis
'ormed in imind a1s the lresult (of a
greait del of thought. and disculssion
with the diffrlint ineilbers of the faii
11y. The rooin arrangeIiitent is ntarly
consid-red as the prii niary I'trii cti on
upon the areliltect's free iind in draw
Ing tip th design. I l'iisciolsiy,
perhalps, the prospet'ive o 1ne1t buller
oft en places tlie architect in a dillictilt
position herause (if this fact.
Becauiise of his traliing, the rc'hiit ect
does not sefi the ron arrangvientio
alone, but he sees various ariraige
Inents (if partitions, oml aovN tilit oth
or so that the floor and partition loads
will be earriei'd down to tle fo41i undlit
lions; he sees the Imistii liion Ifi of
plumbin) Inl tile m1iost desirlble inl
terior walls, and places the rfii oomis,
in which this pluilbing terininates,
Shere they wVill be inost conivelieit:
lie sees the arrangeirnent (it' floor joists
in rinois which ordinairilv contiain
heavy objects, stu'l as 'he hathroomn,
iliving roon and ki themn. nil sifts
thie w'alls so tihit the joist span11s will
not he excessive, causing heavy ex
pense, and he sees the reiation whih
room airrangenient lis to exterior up
Th~e home builder Is often (disapl
pointed whlen lie linds thamt the archi
tect ams chlangedi a gr'eait dt'al of wvhat
hats been'i wor(iiked out aifter' monthis of
study3. Somietimues he doesn't realIze
t hat the changes miean, perhaps, t he
cav'ing of a great miiiy dollars in the
construction of the house. It would,
no doubt, hav'e been more logical for
him to consider the house from the
archiitect's point of v'iewi betfore allow..
ing the fascinatIon of arranging the
r'oomis to take hold of himi.
TIher'e is (one type of house, however,
which yIelds to1 a widely dliversitledl
arrangement of rooms wIthout caius
ing thle arciteilIect a greait dea':l of t rou
'- IAu. DINING RM. (RC
R:D RM. IMNG RM j
FRONT PoR Ch
Floor' Plan, Size 413 Ft. 6 in. by 38 Ft.
let. Thbis I yIn' is the ont-st ory hu lnga
l'ew. W\hen t' home jkniibleri plns
his r'ooiimrr'aigemient for, ithis type' of
hioiist lhe iniay h' lreaisolitly~ sur' that
1'hangegt a great deiai in the r'sulituof thet
E'iforts1 er" the OCCtlitats ini builing up
TheIi hungalowv comesa nlearer' to meet-'
Suig the averege person's Idea oif homie
lha n anyl' ithler type of moiiderni bulId
lrag. One of the reasons is thatu tht're'
Is noi waistedl space in the h~ungalow.
Every nook and) corner is utlilized anid
is in uist' all thle time. T~his re'asoni has
perhaps more effect in creauting the
impressionl of cozines~s than any othier'.
It is ahnuost Impossible to get the cozy
idea In a house that is designed so
that there Is considerable space wast.
ed. In such a house the coziness IN
sacrificed for some other effect thnt be
wanted. It Is possible to get many
other effects in the house, such as
graItldeur. elegillice, etc., but tihis does
not impress the nverage person much
in the design of a home.
The little bungalow shown here lui'
that homelike, cozy appearuince that
typitles the lvel'age person's Idea of a
real home. All the structural features
of the bungalow combine to give this
limipiression. The roof is very low and
is made with a ih.t pitch. The enves
have a wide overhang. which is one or
the most inviting features of a hui.
galow. The wide enves IuId the low
pitch of the roof have another effect,
ailso, in bungalow ( nst ruti'tlol.
The bungalow at its best i built
very close to the ground. li cold (Il
mnates such a result (.1not be obtllined
beeiuse of the ml-'e'Ssity of having a
basemlent that Is 3ader(lun-te to hold it
heathtig plant. The sainn low-built e
feet Is obtained by builing the btun
gallow with wide enve's '1nd4 wv~it fiht
This bigalow is built fillr enoigh
above the ground so that a bas elrnilln
(':InI be provided with the Iecessiry
windows and withouit tot) much eia
viltion. The rch'l also ais maiteil
ly in getting this sam1e effect oIf beilig
close to the ground. It is very iiomil
ani(d Is built un11dl' It sepIMI1aat gale
from the house. The brod. fiat roof
and the heavy p1(rch p1liars give it a
cozy', inviting alpeaace.
The floor ping e (alls for five r oois
thlt ire III111 ed in1 .1 ' convelieil
style. (i oile side of the hou111s' is til1'
living r'oi11, dining i"r4o l :1i1(l kit h1 .
iilii on the ot4her is 11t bathroti 1n1111
The main entran11ce It) tho 11ouse Is,
through a door ut (o corner of tile
living room. Thiis room is of good
size, being 15 by 13 feet. A hig tire
place occuplit's Ilmi1ost 44ne4 side of the
room. It is alost necess,try to liav
a big fileplee( inl n hitigalow, als 1141
house of this type would seeti to ie
(:omlplete without one. It Is genlerally
1.,laced in the living romli. tholigh it
zuiy be inl the diniig Irom'41 or SoIle
tileI it 1 it (](i I den builIt tiff the living
room. onl either side, of the fireplace
fi this desigl k it 11 111ow book -use
with at window over each ono. There
i. ilso i d windmw facing out onto
the front p1('h. Plenty of wall spnet
is provided, So that some cnrefully
e'hosell flirl'iit ire ('nn he ohtil ed (
fit Ili w%1ih tille geerlal'll se5 in'lle of 1i1h
Ill bacik of1 thle livinig room411, and1( conl
nec'tted to4 it by3 doub~lle swin~ging dooris
Is the dInlIng r'ooma. This r'oomI has 11
('onvenient bu11Ilt-lu sideboardi and1
therei'4 is iliso a ide(1. entraniice to tihl
hlouse that opensfl inIto it.
In the kit('hen IS the insidie ent ranet
to the biiseineint, whieh alIso has ani
')utsidie enltranlfce pin'ed ailongside the
bnettk porch''i. A welh-irr'angedl ami(
hiandy paintr'y is built oIff the kitchen.l
withi tile baithroomi betw~ieen. Trhis ts
one of tile best meltha1nis1 of arlranagi ng
t his 141art (1f thle iblIus'.
The BI'lltih lunIiIImn r''e ently ob
Ser'ved Its (4ne4 hlrlill4 and tfIy-eighth
bir'thlday, as it was estlablished'4 on .Iian..
unryl' 15, 1759. It wias Sir 111ans
S(ctc e'xtraction w41. 'ho is honor441ed as
of1 his ihorlS ini writing 4 "'Natl liIls
tory l~ 4of Jam441 . 11'1li libraryI of'l 50,- I
atol hs enlectio f na u al hstr
govermnent.' ' n Ill I ta:it silt that (1 s11
daug t' he1 :: ' lonl, whiihst u
(li or 04IL iih i r :nb 114'' h e n lietsof
1115504 "1 1414 414 3(4 expect inc t7o
siin e h'1 '.wi of Irintikgal adu.
Illssiti ike h tird
ub:. tbt~eI Ilrl? asked the ly
"Ytwou 1124 ine-d1 o have b~fseen runit
fvr tlaid ,14 1'444g 54111'in nncon
"You did *h':" agrid Telaegrm
win. the cae we oumk a d
CALOMEL MAKES YO
Straighte'n Up! Don't Lose a D
Liver and Bowels With'
Ugh! Calomel makes you sick. Take
a dose of the vile, dangerous drug to
night and tomorrow you may lose a
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver
which causes necrosis of the bones.
Calomel, when it comes into contact
with sour bile crashes into it. break.
ing it up. This Is when you feel that
awful nausea and cramping. If you
feel sluggish and "all knocked out," if
your liver is torpid and bowels consti
pated or you have headache, dizziness.
coated tongue, if breath is bad or
stomach sour. just try a spoonful of
harmless Dodson's Liver Tone.
Here's my guarantee-Go to any
drug store or dealer and get a 50-cent
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone. Take
a spoonful tonight and if it doesn't
W. L. DC
"THE SHOE THAT H
$3 $3.50 $4 $4.50 $1
Save Money by Wearing W.
shoes. For sale by over 9000 si
The Best Known Shoes in
. L. Douglas name and the retail price ii
torn of all shoes at the factory. The valtu
the wearer protected against high prices for ii
retail prices are the sane everywhere. They c
Francisco than they do in New York. They a
price paid for them.
ie quality of W. L. Douglas product is F
than 40 years experience in making fine
styles are the leaders in the Fashion Cel
They are made in a well-c uipped factory i
by the highest paid, skilled shoemakers, undei
supervision of experienced men, all workin1
determination to make the best shoes for the
Ask your shoe dealer for W. L. Douglas shoi
not supply you with the kind you want, I
sako. Write for Interesting booklet ex ing
ot shoes of the highest ritandlard of quality
y return snail, postage free.
LOOK FOR W. L Douglas fiJ
name and the retail price
stamped on the bottom.
"Is ils wherle dvy walts 1 iIy'"
"II i: but iIt Iiust ho it bsy whl
IWv e III's. sNW r.drs. a. d- a ' hi tl' l
Gold Ring for Baby Free.
Get a 25e R1ottt. (if laby Eaise from
any drug store, n11l coupon as di
reetl an d gold ii ng (guallrai '
iproperI' si ze. ilitiled yolu. lRu by Ea
cures owel Cilnilatints and Teething
Trouble-s of liltb[is.-Adv.
"vrread Aesop'Cs fabhles?'
"Yes."replid Mi.Genr. "And
I don't siee winl t1t1h-y were writit en
"Why. to point a 11in0ra0."
"lIt I don't see lv 1 mni31 who tldi
suich whoppillers av- h4 4did could eclim to
have anyth131 inDg Inorali ailaoiit him."
FALLING HAIR MEANS
DANDRUFF IS ACTIVE
Save Your Hair! Get a 25 Cent Bottle
of Danderine Right Now-Also
Stops ltchng Scalp.
5('a II; of dandruffiiT--that31 awful seurif.
Tihere is nothinlg 50 de(struc'tive' to
thte ha11'irts daundrutff. It rolbs tii- atir'
*of Its luster, its strenIgthl and3 its very~
life;' eentiilIly I producinag a feverisih
if no31I't1(einedie efluses th' hair rootsi
hair falls ouit fast. A little Il3:anerine'
( et 3 '2. ietl il bott'e of KnIowI l's
I )airin from33 any~ Store, and1( afIter
*the first 1piientioun3(II your ha iil
Italk(' onI 11hat life. luster and hixutriatn'e
w ~lh'ib is s4o beaut1iful. It wvill he(r(on1
wav~y and( fluffy anid hav~e lh' appent':
glssan solf111es, hIll ' what u
fe we'ekls' uise, whlen y'ou wifl:..
y3 set' a lot1 of1 1111. dlwn ha r ;
phy ls icPi wil test year. :' 1
('log, you1 Slferi from hu-l: 3.. l
headache.s, d11izz/y spel-is, or I w'ii: I- ml (
or s-leepI is dlsturbiled Iw ' or ire iines
a naight,--takeI lheed. before 1too late !
You cnn readlily (vrrn3e 11uch (cOn
dltions and( prolonlg lift' by takin1g the
advice (If a famou ph(11 dysleianl, which is:
''Keel) the kldnleys inl goodl~ oirdert avold
too muchi Inent,3 saltI, a3lc'ohol or tea.r
D~rink plenty of pure wa'uter and drive
the uric acid out (If thel systeml by taking
Anur'ic, itn tablet form."' You can obt inf
inur'ic, dlouble strenigthI, tat drug stores,
ho Discovery of Dr. Pierce of Invalids'1
lotel. Biuffalo, N. Y,
URY AND SALIVATES
iy's Work! Clean Your Sluggish
'Dodson's Liver Tone."
straighten you right up and make you
feel fine and vigorous by morning I
want you to go back to the store af
get your money. Dodson's Liver Tone
Is destroying the sale of calomel be-.
cause it is real liver medicine; entire.
ly vegetable, therefore it cannot sali
rate or make you sick.
I guarantee that one spoonful of
D1odson's Liver Tone will put your slug.
gish liver to work and cloan'your bow
Is of that sour bile and constipated
vaste which is clogging your system
md making you feel miserable. I guar.
mntee that a bottle of Dodson's Liver
rone will keep your entire family feel.
ng fine for months. Give it to your
'hildren. It is harmless: doesn't gripe
ind they like its pleasant taste.-Adv.
OLDS ITS SHAPE"
$6 $7 &$3 AMB8 EN
tamped on the bot.
e is guaranteed and
ferior shoes. The i
u.t io more in San
-c always worth the
,uaranteed by more
shoes. The smart
itres of America.
t Brockton, Mass.,
the direction and %tt1ot.0
with an honest *
price that money t
me. EI heocan-0
ake no other - EWARE Or
linin how to sus3TUTrS
for t a4 price. Boy, Shoe.
Best In the World
$3.00 $2.60 & $2.00 0
resident W. L. Doutgias Shoe Co.,
185 Spark St., Brockton, Mass.
She Knew Him.
"One night while 1on we're agwny
h1":1rd a bur11glar. Vonl '1ho11ld hanve
'1411 1114 goinag drwstStirs tr ' teps
ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE DOES IT.
when your she pitnch or ymor corsti andt hun.
ions ale vet Allen's t .rot-vnwe, the antiseptic
plowder to boe .hien i nto, 11, sliotv and stiprin led in
th1e foot-hnIthI,. Givies instant rei ef to Tired-. Ach
ini', Swollen.Tender feet. Over 10t.(t 'nek'ages
are being? iseti by the troolF at the front. Sold
everyv whert-.,- D ntaat n. vttte- v
4'41'ing yt eyI I' e*I's Ito i 1 e1 1 It\w n i
fimn N n lic t .4sen. (Ithe4-r a1- ~ .
For ape-dy and -ff4-etlv<- nction J)r. Peery'a
"lial sht-- hasii n1o l qual Oe* e t los,- only
wi Ilr it w'orm hs or Taje werrn in n few
(,I 4n11 lf youInr W M to tiu0 . IIV411i
We all take cold some time and every
body should have nlosch~ee's German
Syrup hand at all times for the treat- .
men tof throat and lung troubles,
bronchial co g ha, etc. It has been on
the market 51 iears. No better rec
ommendation ispossible, It gently 1
oohsinflammation, cases a cough, .
expectorat oun in tlhe morning. Drug-!!
gIsts' and dealers' every whcre, 25c
and 75c bottles. Don't tak~e substitutes.
Sold 7~g 4y ears. lor MlainrlaChills
and1( l'ever. Also a line General
Strendlhlenind~ Tonic. *~c*.'.*r?..
Saappy Seller l' C5nPfl~jt- 11n1 fie
Ir Itra U"Ol'rauoo. "t. N.i, l uhly a.
St uduySalesmansip A4 tome onarnbg r
....n...... b i an 4'-xperrt. sent for tlA,
C -ttI 0, aut) Ninth Avwe., Now York
- "aa. l'oe ia~~ver & .'tiOannch~ re'unedy
a t ina '.e ure: . house r4erne*dy. wVrte toftay
;.listone R emedy Co. .Dept.W -7, 219 S.Deuborn St..Chicas.
aV. N. U., C HA RL OT TE, N O. 11-.1917
A North Carolina Woman Speaks
Whiale . N (. " su-e ld fron,
b ackngeh fr~pthnt.
)tC'ne. 'lis eiee rifl, rhen-I
'cyrlotI.Al ri ie f in fo telin
If ou visi t seita Sam'ple owithl
,ef~~ toI y' h'dr.ear unds swtell.
lufl.N nd (eco your andman.
oms ame ~i-l b C leaned itoft
packagofAsisin e Phscan will
nformereu a fuhf-size