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* FOR SICK CHILD
"California Syrup of Figs" oan't
harm tender stomach,
liver and bowels,
Every mother realizes, after giving
her children "California Syrup of
Figs" that this is their ideal laxative,
because they love its pleasant taste
and it thoroughly cleanses the tender
little stomach, liver and bowels with
When cross, irritable, feverish, or
breath is bad, stomach sour, look at
the tongue, mother! If coated, give a
teaspoonful of this harmless "fruit
laxative," and in a few hours all the
foul, constipated waste, sour bile and
undigested food passes out of the bow
els, and you have a well, playful child
again. When its little system is full
of cold, throat sore, has stomach-ache,
diarrhoea, indigestion, colic-remem
ber, a good "inside cleaning" should
always be the first treatment given.
Millions of mothers keep "California
Syrup of Figs" handy; they know a
teaspoonful today saves a sick child
tomorrow. Ask at the store for a 50
cent bottle of "California Syrup of
Figs," which has directions for babies,
children of all ages and grown-ups
printed on the bottle. Adv.
German Coal Supply Twice Britain's.
P'rofessor Letiner, an Austrian, esti
maites that at the4 presenit rate of con1
sum11ption the( Coal tuinews of Gre'at Brit
-Win will be e-xhaustal in 720 yeairs,
whereas Germany haks enough coal, In
cluding th. ivadl territory, for
elghteenii hitic'red years.
ANY CORN LIFTS OUT,
DOESN'T HURT A BITI
f No foolishness! Lift your corns
4 and calluses off with fingers
It's like magic!
Sore corns, hard corns, soft corna or
any kind of a corn, can harmlessly be
lifted right out with the fingers if you
apply upon the corn a few drops of
freezone, says a Cincinnati authority.
For little cost :>ne can get a small
bottle of freezone at any drug store,
which will positively rid one's feet of
every corn or callus without pain.
This simple drug dries the moment
it is applied and does not even irri
tate the surrounding skin while ni
plying it or afterwards.
This nnnounenlent will interest
many of our renders. If your druggist
hasn't any freezone tell him to surely
get a small bottle for you from his
vholesale drug house.-adv.
Auto Lifts Itself.
By u'sing a new Jack wlth a rocker
like hase an aitoniobile can be made
to literpily lift itself.
The Oulnine That Does Not Affect The Head
Becaie of i tonlo and laxative effect. Laxati
Bromo Quinine can be taken by anyone without
cauainp nervousnees or ringing In the had. There
in only one "Jirowo _Quinine." B. VV GDLOVE1'
signature iseon each box. 25c.
Loop the Loop With a Load.
I Aeu teanat Naigorstk I of the Rus'siatn
armny aviation cor'ps hats looped the
loop) with a passenlger iand 1,100
poundl~s of extra weliht.
"Pape's Diapepsin" cures sick,
sour stomachs in five minutes
"Really does" put bad stomachs in
ordor--"really does" overcome indiges
tion, ayspepsia, gas, heartburn and
sourness in flve minutes-that-Just
that-makes Pape's Diapepsin the lar
gest selling stomach regulator in the
world. If what you eat ferments into
stubborn lumps, you belch gas and
eructate sour, undigested food and
acid; head is dizzy andI aches; breath
foul; tongue coated; your insides filled
with bile and indigestible waste, re
member the moment "Pape's Diapep
sin" comes in contact with the stomach
all such distress vanishes. It's truly
astonishing--almost marvelous, and
the joy is its harmlessness.
A large fifty-cent case of Pape's Dia
pepsin will give you a hundred dollars'
worth of satisfaction.
It's worth its weight in gold to men
and women who can't get their stom
i ache regulated, It belongs in your
home-should always be kept handy
in case of sick, sour, upset stomach
during the day or at night. It's the
quickest, surest and most harmless
stomach doctor in the world.-Adv.
M'tabel-Do you know alnyting about
Ar'thur-Why Tomiii ix my b~est
Mahel-I know lihat, huit is lie all
To Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The Systenm
Take tihe Old Standard GRIOVE'S
TASTELESS chili TONIC. You know
what you are taking, as the formula is
printed on every label, showing it is
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. The
Quinine drives out malaria, the Iron
bilds up the system. So cents..
The United Statecs yearly spends
$100.000,000 in basilding ublicr scose.
BEGINS ITS WORK
ELECTS MONROE JOHNSON CHAIR
MAN-IS COMPILING DATA.
MAY GO TO WASHINGTON.
DISPATCHES FROM COLUMBIA
Doings and Happenings That Mark the
Progress of South Carolina People,
Gathered Around the State Capital.
The state highway commission of
South Carolina was organized at n
meeting held in the governor's office
by the election of J. Monroe Johnson
of Marion chairman of the commis
sion, wiUi C. 0. Hearon acting as tem
porary secretary. All members of the
commission were present: Prof. M.
Goode Homes, University of South
Carolina; Maj. Robert G. Thomas, the
Citadel, Charleston; Prof. Haile Hous
ton, Clemson College; C. 0. Hearon,
Spartanburg, and J. M. Johnson,
The election of an engineer, assist
ant engineers, secretary of the com
mission was deferred and will pos
sibly take pla-e at the next meeting.
The commission designated Prof.
Homes to prepare a digest of the stats
law creating the highway commis
sion, together with estimates of the
possible income from the state tax on
motor vehicles and a brief statement
of the relations of the state commnis
slon to the federal government and
the provisions for federal aid. Mr.
Homes will probably go to Washing
ton for a conference with highway of
ficials of the federal government.
The commission is particularly anx
ious to make clear the manner in
which the state highway commission
is to co-operate with the several coun
ties of the state. Chairman Johnson
and Maj. Thomas were designated as
the committee to pass upon applica
tions for the positions of engineer.
The committee will report to the com
mission at its next meeting, which
will be held in Columbia at the call
of the chairman.
The commission will request the
co-operation of the comptroller gen
eral's office in procuring information
as to the number of automobiles reg
istered in the various counties.
Liquor Laws Do Not Coni'ict.
The South Carolina quart a month
law is not in conflict with the federal
law, according to an opinion rendered
by Thomas 11. Peeples, attorney gen
eral. The opinion, which was given
upon request of the R. L. Bryan com
pany of Columbia, is as follows:
"With reference to the preparation
of forms for use for probate judges
under the 'quart a month' act, I beg
to advise that there is no conflict be
tween this state statute, approved
February 24, 1917, permitting thle im
portation of one quart of alcoholic
liquor, containing not more than 60
per cent b~y volume of alcohol within
any one calendar month, for medici
nal purposes, and one gallon of wine
for religious purposes within any cal
endar month, on permits to be issued
b~y the prnobate judge, and the act of
congress, alpproved March 3, 1917, pro
hibiting the transportation of such
liquors in interstate commerce, except
for sacramental and medical p)urpo5s
into the states where the manufac
ture or sale of alcoholic liquors for
beverage purposes is 'jrohibited. The
forms of permits for use by the pro
bate judge should, therefore, be print
ed1 andl distributed in accordance
with the state law,"
Women Ready to Serve.
Members of the United Daughters
of the Confederacy, South Caro~ma
dlivision, through their president, Mrs.
J. L. McWhirter of Jonesville, have
offered their services to the nation
as a uunit of the Red Cross in a letter
to Gov'. Manning. The letter follows:
"The South Carolina division,
United D~aughters of the Confederacy,
offer 'themselves as a unit 'to the
South Car-olina Red Cross through
you, for ser-vice if we are needed,
You can fool assured that the U. D.
C. will always be ready to serve their
country, if they are needled."
insurers Resume Work in State.
Eighty-one fire insurance companies
have been licensed by the state depart
ment o finsurance to (10 an agency
businos in South Carolina, according
to F. H. McMaster, commissioner,
These comp~anies have begun business
in the state after the passage of the
several fire insurance measures. Thera
were 89 companies (doing business in
the state before the passage of th
lanoy-Odom act. Practicallyv nll of
these companies withdrew.
University Favors Military Course.
Voluntar-y military training will be
introducedl at the next session of the~
University of South Carolina. Th'le
board of trustees of the institution,
meeting in Columbia, came to this do
cisioni and referred the details to the
military committee--D. R. Coker- of
Harteville, WV. C. Bates of Columbia,
C. 10. Grahiam of Greenville, members
of the board, W. S. Currell, presidlent,
and M. Goode Homes and J. Bruce
Coleman from the faculty, It is ex
pected that the government will detail
an army offier to do instrctison da.i.
Railroad Board Announces Rules.
Acting under a measure of the last
legislature the railroad commission
recently adopted reciprocal demur.
rage rules, effective March 19.
The following is the resolution in
part, which was adopted by the com
"1. All railroad companies in the
state of South Carolina are subject
to the rules hereunder promulgated.
"2. For other than perishable
freights the railroad company applied
to by any shipper for a car or cars
shall furnish some properly placed
for being loaded to points of the state
of South Carolina within four days
from 12 o'clock m. next day after
such applicAtion. -
"3. For perishable freight, such ai
vegetables, melons, fruits, berries,
beans or pears, or like freights, cars
shall be placed within threi days fol
lowing application; unless the appli
cation states a particular later period.
Provided, These rules do not apply to
"4. The time allowed the roads for
the placing of cars in these rules is
designated as 'free time.'
"5. For each day or a fraction of a
day's delay after the expiration of
free time the road offending shall
forfeit and pay to the shipper the sum
of $1 per car per (lay. Any shipper,
consignee, or owner, to avail himself
of the benefits of any forfeitures pro,
vided for in these rules must malm
his application ill writing, and to facil
Itate the making of such application
the several raiiroads of the state shall
provide suitable blanks for that pur
pose to be kept at all agencies.
46. The railroad companies may,
when. the freights so to be transport
ed are not in sight, or when there is
reason to believe the application is
not made in good faith, require appli
cant to deposit $2 for each car. This
money may be retained as a forfeit to
the railroad company, in case the car
is not loaded, to pay trackage; if the
car is loaded then the said $2 shall
be refunded to the shipper with the
bill of lading.
"7. The period of time during which
the movement of trains is suspended
on account of accident, or any cause
not within the power of the roads to
prevent, shall be added to the free
time allowed herein and accounted as
additional 'free time.'
"8. When any railroad company
fails to deliver freights at the depot
or to place loaded cars at an accessi
ble place for unloading within forty
eight (48) hours (not including Sun
days or legal holidays) computed from
12 o'clock m. the day after the arrival
of the same, the shipper or consignee
shall be paid $1 per day said delivery
is so delayed.
Courts to Say Who is Warden.
Wade Hampton Gibbes of Columbia
appointed by Gov. Manning Mairch 3.
chief game warden, was granted leave
at Camden by Mendel L. Smith, cir
cuit judge, to "institute such proceed
ings as he may be advised against
Alfred A. Richardson," in order that
his rights and those of Mr. Richard
son "with respect to the office of
chief game warden and to the books
and papers appertaining thereto may
Mr. Gibbes, by counsel, lodged with
Jud~ge Smith a petition as followvs:
"Your petitioner would resp~ectful
"That he has been appointed and
commissioned chief game wvarden of
the State of South Carolina, his com
mission therefor- having been duly
signed by the gover-nor and secretary
of state of said state, and dated
March 8, 1917 and that your petitloner
has complied with the requirements of
section 747 of the criminal codd of
South Carolina, having furnished bond
in the sum of $2,000, which has been
approved by the secretary of state.
"That on the 25th day of February,
1913, Alfr-ed A. Richardson was ap
pointed chief game war-den of South
Carolina for the tetrn of four years,
taving been comnmissionedl in pursi
ance thereof March 7, 1913, and has,
so youtr petitioner is informed and be
lieves, adlministered the office for said
term; that on the 8th day of March,
1917, your lpetitioner exhibited his said
commission to said Alfred A. Rich
ardson and demanded that he surren
der- to your petitioner the said office
ahd the books and papers appertain
ing thereto, which demand was re
fused, saidi Alfr-ed A. Richardson tak
ing the position that he was still chief
game wardien of South Carolina andl
entitled to perform the duties of said
office and to retain the same, as wvell
as possession of the, books and papers
apportaining ther-eto, withholding said
office, books and papers from your
petitioner and continuing to withhold
ings, as he may be advised, against
"Wherefore, your petitioner prays
that your honor will grant leave unto
your- letitioner to institute proceed
infs, as he may be advised, against
said Alfred A. Richardson, in order
that the rights of 'the parties with re
specwt to said office, books and paper-s
may be determined by a court of thib
state of completent jurisdlictionl, as pr-o
vidled by law."
ITo Advise Conditional Gift.
Johlui. Ferrell, secr-etar-y of the~
international health board, has agreed
to r'ecommnendl an appropriatint of f2,
000 ont condition that similar amounts
are given b~y the state boar-d of health
and the officers of the rounty for a
health survey of Sumter county. Suir
veys under the same arrangements
are nowv being made in Greenwood anmd
Orangoburg counties. Accompanied
by L. A. Riser, M. D., state director
of rural sanitation, andl James A
Hlayne, M. D., state health officer, Mr.
Ferrell goss to Now Orlean's from here
AT TEACHERS RALLY
SOUND CLEAR NOTE FOR BETTER
SCHOOLS AND ADEQUATE
CLAXON LEADING SPEAKER
Governor Manning Speaks.-Many
Auxiliary Branches Hold Meetings
and Report Progress.
Colum bia.-Soutl Carolina Teach.
ers' association held at the Columbia
theatre its 1917 convention and
throughout the entire meeting a clear
1inging note for better schools, more
adequate facilities and a nearer asP
i)roach of equal educational opportun
ity for the children of all classes ail
conditions of people was sounded.
Philander P. Claxton. United States.
commissioner of education, himself a
Southerner by birth and training,
brought a distinctly helpful and optin
istic'message to his breat audience at
the opening of the convention.
The general theme of Dr. Claxton's
speech was "Real Democracy Through
High School H.ducation." The teach
er, he said, had to be prophetic and
would have to anticipate the cond!.
tions by which the taught would be
surrounded later in life. Many pro
gressive ideas, entwining themselves
about democratic principles here and
there, were generously touched upon.
"The girls you are now teaching will
soon vote just as the boys," he said,
without committing himself either for
or against the issue.
Gov. Manning's Address.
Gov. Manning delivered the address
of welcome to the teachers. The chief
executive reviewed briefly something
of the progress that is being made in
the public schools of the state. "In
every nook and corner there are new
schools going up. More than 1,600
dist''Ats in the state are paying it
special levy for school support and
the increased attendance last year was
more than 42,000 over the preceding
year." The work of the night schools
was highly commended.
President Currell Speaks.
A brief address of welcome was also
made by President Currell of the Uii
versity of South Carolina, in which he
urged that the problem of educationl
was a common cause and pleaded that
all the schools, the university, the col
leges and all the public schools ut
their shoulders to the wheel.
Following a conference held in the
high school building the department
of kindergarten tepchers. meeting In
connection with the State Teachers'
association, held its election of officers
and made Miss Adele Johnston Mina
lian of Charleston president. Miss
Minahan has been acting as pisidont
pro tem. Miss Minnie Macfeat of
Winthrop college was made vice pres
ident and Miss Virginia Reynolds
(Winthrop, '16) was elected secre
The first meeting of the department
of superinltendence of the State Teach
01rs' association was held in the gymni
asium of the high school building. J.
C. Daniel of Darlington is president
of the department organization, andc
reported something of the~ prlogress5
made in a survey of the teaching of
10nglish in tile schools of Darlington.
Miss Trix Barber of Florence is gec.
retary andt J. D). Fulp of Fort Mill
IThe second anniual meeting of the
dleparltmenlt of 10nglishl teachers of tile
Slouth Carolinta Teachers' associatio'i
wvas held at tile Columbia high school
with an twnexp~ectedly large attend.
anice. Over 125 teachers wore pres
ent, whlich was very gratifying to the
officers who hlad wvorke'd diligently
during tile last veal' to make this one0
of the banner features of tile state
teachers' meeting. Officers for the
ensuing year were elected as follows:
JT. Thlompson 13r'owni. .Winthi'op. preai.
dent; II. N. Snyd1er, Wofford. vice
piresidlent; W. TI. Myers, C'onver'se col
loge, secr-etary-treasulrer'; Miss Jean
Withiersploon. C'hicoa College for
W~omeni andt Miss Jeanette Miller,
Greeniville high, are oni thle executive
commlittee withI the officers.
Librarians Make Plans.
Colu~mbia.-AIl officers of the South
('arolinla Library association wore re.
Plec(tedl at the business meeting. This
mefaris tha 11 i. M. Kennedy of the U~ni
v.rity of South Carolina will con
tinue0 as president; Miss K. TB. Tres
cottI, (Clemsonl, vice president; Miss
Louise McMaster, Marion, secretary;
A. iR. Salley, Jr., C'olumbia, treasurer,
nd1( thle executive conmmiittee, thteie
fieers and Mtiss Ilien lFitzSimons,
son, ('olumbia)1. Th'le next meet ing will
te held( at Clemson college.
For York County Fair.
I tock lIilli.---The officers of the Yorlf
''ountIy Fair association. ibock 11111,
set thleir dates for I1917'. The
. iiion will be heldl O ctobie r 16.19.
Tis date was set after a confer'ence
withI W. IR. Gaffney of Spartanb~urg,
whio is superintendent of I he York
countyll fair midway. Mr. ( afifney hlas
arranlged a cir'cuit beginninbg at Rock
I liii. (Columbla the following week,
Spar'tanbulrg and othler fairs. The
directors of the associationl are most
enthusiastic over the prospects of o
hii, fair next Onobehr.
(By E. 0. SELL4ERS, Acting Director o
~unday School Course of Moody Bibl<
(Colsyrilght. 1917. Western Newspaper Union.
LESSON FOR MARCH 25
JESUS THE WAY, TRUTH AND
SCRIPTURIN LESSON-Read John 14:
GOLD10N TEXT-Jesus. saith unto him,
I am the way, the truth, and the life, no
man cometh unto the father, but by mfe.
The purpose of John's gospel is re
venled in John 20:31. It was to prove
that Jesus Is the Christ, the Son of
God, and to prove it in such a way
that men might believe it in their
hearts, aind thus obtain, through that
belief, eternal life in hi name. There
fore the best nethod of review for
the lessons of the past quarter would
be to go over the lessons one by one.
and find out how It 1 that this great
truth, which brings life to men, is it
iustrated inl enclh of tle several le
ols. The object of such it review
should he to make Jesus as real to ts
as if we were with h1m11 anid his lisci
piles, and could realize that tihe Word
Is now dwelliig among us, full of
grace andot trutih. giving tidily of his ful
Iness finl "grace for grace." (Ch. 1 :1.1
11). Jesus Is "the way," the way
to henven, the way to all that is high
est and best on earth, the wly of life,
the way to the Father. the goal of all
h0uman aspi ratilons, the way out of all
human darkness mnd sin, the way to
holiness and tAo God. Jesus is also the
truth, the revealed truth aibout ("od.
lIe r'evealed the forgiveness of God for
tle sins of men, the right way of liv
Ing. Jesus is the life, the source of
life, the life itself, the true life hero
on ear'th, and the eternal life which is
to abide forever. Thus our entire re
view centers about Jesus Christ. It
would Ie good to have a map chiefly
of the vicinity of the Sea of Galilee
to use in this review.
Lesson 1. Jesus, the Life and Lighi
of Men. ''his Is the central truth of
the gospel. Note the pre-existence of
Jesus Christ. as the eternal Word, "Il
the beginning with God." Then tagal
we see it as plinly showving forth 0i
declaring him11 to be God. We see hint
also as the Creator of all things.
Lesson It. John the Baptist. Thli
Is a lesson of John's testimoniy to Jesu
its the Son of God; also that Jesus wan
the Lamb of God, eternal, pre-existent
the One who was baptized by the 1101:)
Ghost, showing us the real nature o
Jesus as the Word of God. Deseribt
who und what Ite was and did tha
ande him the perfect Savior.
Lesson 1i. The First Disciples ol
Jesus. Andrew and P111111) discovered
the Messiah of whom AMoses and tht
prophets did write, and revealed hf1i1
unto Nathaniel, who discovered in
Jesus the Son of God'andi the King of
Israel. Relate how .Jesus found these
disciples, their naml~es andi their char
acteristies, and whly each one was e'Spe
cially fItted for his particular work.
Lesson IV. His Father's House,
Jesus, manifesting himself as the Son
of God, the IFather', wvas the Ruilr of'
Ghod's house, anid dirove from It those
wh'lo dlefiledi it by3 mallkinig that houlse a
house of mecrchlandise.
Lesson V. The Savior of the World.
Jesus, as the only begotten Son of Ghod,
ennm give eter'nal life tto those who be
lieve on himn. D~escribe the character
of N'icodemus, what it mlenn to be
b~orni again, and what is meant by be
in~g born'l of water andt oif the spirit.
Lesson VI. The Woman of Samarla.
Jesus dleclared himself to t his womian
as the Christ, andi also'as the giver of
eternal life ; therefore lie wais God.
Rteferring to the last lessoni, emulphasize
what Jesus meant by his reference to
Moses and the brazeni serlpent, and
bring (out the fact that the water of
whlich lhe speaks Is the gift of evelast
Lesson Vii. The Nobleman's Son,
JTesuzs madte lis glory to lie 5ieen ni sce
011(d timle ini Cana~ of Gainle biy hiealinlg
sickness allthloumgh not prlesenit at. thei
bedside of tile sick one. I lidling and1(
faith are co-par'tners.
Lesson VII. The Pool of Bethesda.
Again Je'sus mani311fes his power by,~
healing by is bare word thinnn11 whio
had been infirm thirmty uatd eight yeiars,
and who wa'us utterly hlpl uess andi hope
less. Br'ing out how ithe main showed
his faith. 10Xpiin w~hy Jesus should
any to 1h11m: "Sini no more ltest a worse
thing befall thee."
Lesson IX. Five Thousand Fed,.1)1
vine power multiplying the loaves and
fishe's, and( dilvine pirudenice ini assemnb
lhng the fragments reveals the unques
tionable, creative net of the litwer of
Jesus Christ ias perihiapis none oithter of
hIs irac'ioles. 1i0mphasize thle part
wvihihte boy played in co-operating
w ithl Christ.
Lesson X. The Bread of Life. JIesus
is the IBread of L~ife as wvel as the giv
cmr of everlasting life. Lie is the lBreado
of Life which'l comiethi down from heny
en, antd Ithe onte go ig to whom we shall
niever hiunigei' nor t hiirst.
Lesson XI. Jesus Saves From Sin,
Jesus, thle Light oif the WVorld, has pow
er to Set men'I free from sin, and "whom
the Son . shall mnake free is free in
deed." In this lesson we hauve the slav
ery of sin andlo the freedom of believ
True faith is built upon facts, and
those who accept and believe on these
This Spring? J
Are You Weak and
Is the Appetite Poor,
the Liver Lazy ol the
A toilet preparation ot merit.
torsto eiradicate dandruff.3
For"Restorag Color and
Beautyto r orFaded H
60. and $1. at Drugite
GENTL EM EN ad'Aut*.tsoprea yD;dMp
Pruie 12 each. Write Punip Factory, Johnstown, 0.
Seeds and Plants
CANE SEED, * 1'EIna.%
le, Cotton Hi ed Hod Ponn tlovers, r
KsxIitro; Helo-d P'aatoosHked trn, S0uasn (islras.
Writo Ila or pricu iist. Kirby eed Cowkp&ay, OGnaey, 8. C.
WKET POTATO PLANTH. Orown from eny
tri true to nameo hood moack. Rtenrdy fo pi.Ma
I and 1 hin on. . Vncotle: Nancy Hail. Porto
ItlcO yarn. Iataoaw Yarn aind Trlujmph. 1.O(1 to
AII ntil ar0t Si.Wrw t ia A OiWi nn to 200000 t at 11.0 per
thoullrar'od ollir000 and above at $1.26~ 1wr thousand.
Bt k your order early an be aa ared of getting
prirrpt deliver and good lanta. temrmer. wo
griarataueo coumnt and santar dolivory to yorur express
Dillee. Urook County Plant and Truek Farm. Hareith, Georgia
AMERICAN SHOES IN MOSCOW
Even With Freight and Import
Charges Added Prices Lower
Than Russian Footwear.
Anerluau 41i shoes hviich were pit on
sill' iII M w, hlaw in the autuIin,
soeill to 1h ve 111:1414a a glood Ilipreit oll,
renrsItnissia, .1 Journal111 of Ru~ssian11
Ainrien tacl. Tite .Jotil of lte
Akll-lushint'oupn of Tnneries
Soays ft : l "i ''Sire nrHims imuported from
.Ainrien havi 1 flarea the iniike
inl Masacoiw. Srmnte tirms liniv4 already
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Have You Ever
that the cause of various
annoying ills might lie in
the daily cup of teaorcoffee?
A sure and easy way out
of coffee and tea troubles
is to shift to
There's no caffeine nor
anything harrnful in this
delightful, pure food-drink
-just the nourishinig good..
ness of wheat.
Postum has puit thou-'
sands of former tea and
coffee drinkers on the