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Girlse Make beauty lotion at
Squeeze the Juice of two lemons into
a bottle containing three ounces of
orchard white, shake well, and you
have a quarter phit of the best freckle,
sunburn and tan lotion, and complex
lon whitener, at very, very small cost.
Your grocer has the lemons and
any drug store or toilet counter will
supply three ounces of orchard white
for a few cents. Massage this sweetly
fragrant lotion Into the facts, neck,
arns and hands and see how heckles,
sunburn and tan disappear an( how
clear, soft and white the skin becomes.
Yes I It is hariless.-Adv.
The Talkative Golfer.
Parke- see yout hai' hween yhtying,
golf with Perkins' wife. Is sheit a good
LtIune-Fair. She goes round In about
a hundred strokes and a couple of
thousand words.-London Tit-Bits.
Dr. Peery's "Dead shot"' not only expels
Worm. or Tapeworm but clean@ out the
ucus In which they breed and tones up
the digestion. One done suflcient. Ady.
oston barbers now charge 50 cents
for a haircut.
ASTORIA In a harmless sub
Drops and Soothing Syrups.
Opium, Morphine nor other Nar
antee. For more than thirty years it I
of Constipation, Platulency, Wind Cc
ness arising therefrom, and by re
aids the assimilation of Food;
The Children's Panacea-The Mother'
The Kind You Have Always Boug]
80 years, has borne the signature of Chai
his pers9nal supervision since its Infar
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Jus
trifle with and endanger the health of I
Children-Experience against Experin
Genuine Castoria always bears the si,
of Swift & Comp~
The finest m<
wouldn't do yoi
Swift & Company
it possible to place
products in the smal
To be sure the
Swift & Company,
houses and car rout
the retail dealer for
Swift & Company
-which are not
Salesmen find out
wanted by the deale
They are followe<
loaded with retailel
delivered at each toa
sweet-once or twi
Swift & Conmpar
number of car route
teen distributing pla
' This is a necessa
of the packers' us,
the industry in an o
It rnakes better mea
end of the land to tl
Swift & Comn
MORE EXPERIENCE IN ORDER
Red Triangle Secretary Not Absolutely
Certain of His Sensations
Under Barrage Fire.
Frir. fat ndimst forty Is thls vere
tary of* the lIted Triingle. lit' lins the
tulie' that won't coine off. Ivery
dolighboy within nilles airound th ie but
kliows b1ln aund likes his cheervy Ieroni
iity. Thait is why, perlinps. te op
lHor'ithunity caile 'udgy's way ilast week
to spenid nt night I int fronit line dutgplit.
While lie wtas there a denfening bur
rage ruined around the dugout for a
full iMill hour.
.1Velyolne witited to kinow afterward
how Pudgy liked It.
"I fear," he confts,4sed, and tlie ever
listing sinile broadened as he spoke.
"41h14 l'11n no bralver n~ow thanil before.
Matybe I'd better go I) frnlt solle
moere ind get sort of1 used to it."--1"x
Grove's chill Tonic Tablets and
Grover's Tateless chill Tonic
You can now got prove's 'rasteiess chaill Tonic In
Tablet form as well as in Syrup, the kind you havo
always bought. Tho tablets aro intonded for titoso
who profer to swallow tablet ratler than a syrup.
and as it convenience for thtose wis travel.
tUioOV E'S chill TONIo 1'AB3lris" contain exactly
th me uedinal properties and ruco the
Same) results as Grove's Tasteless cilil 'I'nio which
is put up In bottles. The price of either is do.
A bru-lsh, combh, mirror and electrieo
Iluzlt are comibilied in it new toilet set
thli. cln ble carried in a pocket.
United Stat'e's hits 339,593 nrmy
hose nd mu11les.
titqte for Castor Oil, Paregoric,
It is pleasant. It contains neither
!otic substance. Its age Is its guar
tas been in constant use for the relief
lie and Diarrhoa; allaying Feverish.
,ulating the Stomach and Bowels,
living healthy and natural sleep.
it, and which has been In use for over
. H. Fletcher, and has been made under
cy. Allow no one to deceive you in this.
as-Good" are but Experiments that
1t is only a part
sat in the world
s any good one
away from your
-efficiency has made
complete lines of
lest and most remote
work is done well
through its branch
~s, brings the meat to
lays out car routes
, little, medium size
served by a Swift
in advance what is
rs in every town.
I by refrigerator cars
-s' orders, which are
vn-fresh, clean, and
:e each week.
y operates a large
s like this, from four
ry and natural part
afulness. It fits into
rderly, effective way.
at cheaper from one
pany, U. S. A.
Just a Call From That Dreaded Visitor, "the Wolf"
WAsiIIN\rOX-A man rung the bell of a house in, the first ward and asked
the woman who allswered It if she was Mrs. Blank. The W411nan111 smiled
engagiglyi ani said that she wasi MIrs. Ulank's sister, atwl invitedl himl, in. The
mln preferred to stand tit the, door.
There was a draped portiere at
the parlor grill, and the mnan couldn't
help seeing on Its floor a squirming
heap of children piled on top of oneo
allother and under the kicking arnus
and legs of i woman who scraibled
free and stood up laughing, while the q
sister voiced embarrEssment fro the '
"Come, children, mamma has coim
pany-finish your game with me." WOLF
The mamnnia woman, still chuck
ling, pattered her hair and straightened herself into social form.
"I have a bill here, mudam "
"It is for the rent. We let it run over this month, as usual, but the new
owner is a woman who depends on the income for her own expenses, and she
wants her house or her money by tea o'clock in the morning.
"Oh, but I can't move. I really cannot. For one thing, I haven't the nioney,
and besides this is the dearest old house-there's such a lovely yard for the
children to play in-the sun gets in there even on rainy days-and, besides, I
always pay, sooner or later."
"Sorry, madun, hut busine;ss is buIsiness."
She saw by his face that ht mneait it. And then ihe saw that it was a
peculitr face; that he had a long wvhi te side tooth that lifted h1is lip when he
spoke, and that he had gray hair to match the gray of his suit.
When the engaging sister cane down and found the mamna womani
standing in the dark of the hall trying her best not to cry, she reached out her
arns and sooped her in. Then she sked:
"What on earth is the iatter-who was that at the door?"
And the mamma woman trembled out : "'le wolf."
'Probably Her First Experience With Business
A EAL estate aent ws showing a house-six roonus an(] bath ; so inuci
down and the balance in monthly installments forever after-tot a customer
who was looking over the premises with his wife. The deal was satisfmactory
from every angle until it vanme to the
yU CAMfT point where the husband, in a gust of
) >~ 4', , PUT THAT loving thought, happened to nention
J -J ous oN to the agent that he would make the
MySOULDERS house over to his wife. But the wife
"Why, Bert, I'm surprised at you
-to Saddle iiie with a responsibility
like that ! I'm famished for a hoimne
of our very own, but if I've got to he
tied down to
tied "Say, old girl, climb down to con
uon sense. It is only that I want it
in your name in case anything should happen to ine."
"No, sir; I may be foolish when it comes to business, but I know too
much for that. You've got to (1o all the signing and everything."
The men grinned at each other and the husband man patted the shoulders
of his business-lacking old girl, who was rather a callow young one.
"You don't understand, Nettle. What I mean, as Mr. Agent here can tell
you, is, in case anything should happen to me- "
"That settles it, Bert Blank ! I'm ready and glad to go in with you and
do my share of saving and all, but when it comes to putting the house onl may
shoulders-say, since you are so set on not having it in your own name, maybe
Air. Agent will let you shove it on to him."
Sounds silly, of course; hut, to quote the agent, ignorance like that is not
at all a rare occurrence among women who are having their first experiene
with business. All they know about buying a dreameod-of home is that it takes
a long tme and imeans years of self-denial and signing of notes, and, not un
derstanding, they balk at the unknown.
"And There Followed a Mist and a Weeping Rain"
lIE brief chronicle of a case of pride btefore a fall, etc. She had (lone a lot
lof canning, as per instruct ions from the department of agricultLure atnd the
food administration, andl shte was mighty proud or her work. There was jam,
and jelly, and marmalade, andl about
everything else in the canned line one
couldl desire. All the (canning was not
fruit by any means, however. Cans
of heans, corn, etc., vied with thle fruit
But the womnan was particularly
proud of her cat ned cheruies. She
lost no opptortunity to enlii attention
to them, and even her best friends
had to admit that she was perhaps a
bit too eager to talk canned cherries.
Then one day she took a prize can
of cherries to a meeting vhere there was a demonstrator of the dlepartment of
agriculture, a canning expert.
The woman was pointing out the merits of her champion jar of cherries
whten along came the expert.
"May I see your cherries?" asked the expert, in her sweetest tnes.
WVith the intuition of her sex, the cherry canner sensed that the expert
wanted to find fault. But site felt pterfectly safe. This was her prize jar. She
Prouidly passed over the prize cherries.,
"They are beautiful cherries," said the expe'rt, turning the jar this way
IThe woman beamed.
"But," continued the expert, swveetly, "what ab~out this worm?"
What, indeed I
Little Jap Suddenly Separated From "de Gang'
ICIIANCED to lvtness a case of stratinedl internatoinal relations tihe other
Ievening. It happened1 on a busy stre'et in the residetnce section, on one of
these new business streets that have grown up by nee'ssity' to suply thle dily
needs' of tho~j~, whose hornmes lie all
A Japanese shop was closed'( up
I tight. A bandl - of boys dressed in
* 3 khaki suits came talong just then.
Trhey were small boys, not tn (one .over
- ten yeaurs old, seemingly. I'rominent
In the "gang" w~as mm little Jlapanese,
I ~his straight black hair and glemning
dark eyes strangely dliffer-ent from thme
C blond heads of most of his compa nions.
ll~mcn~som~g~:~~ f~vm sddeiyJust as the boys went by the
lisinet semigl$sht frevr, udd uaese toehedoor of that esta
"Com inher," aidthe wonman, In Englis\ and then begaun in Japanese.
exctedy te heersonby the atm and yanked mNr through the odoor, talking
The door shut with a bang.
Outside, the boysistocod looking at the tea in the ndow, nd athe get
vase, and other artic nattege
Then the leader Ske. In tones of woe and utter aZgust he adt h
others, and in his toned sensed an accusation: "There. nobw, we've lotthm.
Calomel Users! L
I Guarantee D
. Your druggist gives back
liven your liver and I
you up without r
Ugh 1! Calolmel 1a11kes you slek. It's
horrible ! Take a lost- of the dangerous
drug tonight and tomorrow you may
lose a tlay's work.
Caloinel Is mercury or quicksilver
whlieh causes necrosis of the bones.
Caloiel, when It coellis into contitt
with sour bile, erisbes into it, breaking
It up. This is wlen you feel that awful
n iusea mnid erninpiug. if you are slug
gish and "ill knocked out," if your
liver is torpid n111 bowels conistipat ed
01r you have hieatichles, Alizzliness, voatt
pit tongue, if breath is bad or stonaelh
sour, Just try a spoonful o,' htrimless
Dhlson's Liver Tone tonight.
11ere's 111y guarant v'e-Go to any
drug store and get a bottle (if Dod<lson's
Liver Tone for a few cents. Tuke U
Briton Conquers Bees.
There is ltl ]lst onIe 1111'1 1 1 E
hIn1I whose erv.I # lmviIto, not been
b 1 141ed 4 by 1the war.
le w.i4s bleylhing froi N1wto l'ig
'llgo I 1411I .4n1whsn . whes
40 1etled I lls 1m1. 11 F"li e I a tlIgh .1 Ii
I ty 1111 i tli( e nt d11 1-III( 1 eli t i i I1
i II bweema i t 4;11 1 h e d thli I et. bee".
Th tNdqwl44 r4 w41 %as n1o11 ,1til lm
I l-- a di tthe cut hn. doid?
8s 101 ed cbe" higgrs it hhn.- - C'hI
rngo Dhlly News.
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonlc
resiores vittyli nnd energy by auriying and on
i , Invig d eting ie il air ed.I'ltenwtak
It' 11ot lite b tilC1sthat. 1 11Set Ia m11111and
a1'ick co hophsyas the oterorats.
A tnrpit Ilver preventts tirniir food namlim
lain. 'To1ne up yar livr With wright's
Indian ectable P'ills. They t. gently. AdV.
Mialwen Oihs emandrling he iun
bynenishitie anne141tment.) dvncn
When you're fifty, your body begins to
emak a little at the hinges. Motion ie
more slow and deliberate. "Not so young
as I used to be" is a frequent and uwe
ome thought. Certain bodily functions
upon which good hecalth and good spirits.
so imch depend, &re impaired. The weak
spot is generally the bladder. Unpleasant
symptomis show themselves. Painful and
annoying complications in other or ans
arise. This is particularly true with el
derly people. Ic you only'know how, this
trou'ble can be obviated.
Flor over 200 years GOLD MEDAL
Haarlem Oil has been relieving le in
convenienee and pain due to advancing
years. It is a standard, old-tie homLe
remedy, and needs no introduction. It it
now put, up in odorless, tateleSs capsules.
These are easier and more pleasant to take
than the oil in bottles.
Raeh iapsule contains about ne dno nf
anI ilwt sml sallowofewter.
Tesakitoe sstem an stro off
Small Pill, Smarllal
isten To Me!
Ddson's Liver Tone
your money if it doesn't
)owels and straighten
aaking you sick.
spoonful and If It doesn't straighten
you right up and make you feel fIne
ait(1 vigorous I want you to go back to
the store and get your money.- Dod
won's Liver Tone Is destroying the stile
of calonel because it is real liver
mwedicine; entirely vegetable, therefore
It cannot salivate or imake you sick.
I guarantee that one spoonful of
D)odson's Liver Tone will put your
luggisli liver.to work and clean your
bowels of that sour bile and consti
ited tate whIeh is clogging your
systeni a mit nitig you feel miserable.
I guarantee that a bottle of Dodson's
I.lver Tmone vill keep your entire faim
tly feeliig fine for inontis. Give it to
your children.. It is harmless; doesn't
grIpe and they like its pleasant taste.
Should Say Not.
"It's ll rIght to pay its yoi go," ob
erve4l the Illiost Ihilosopiler, "hut if
you alv\-(- to alily 25 eents street car
l't. to get ti-re tu10 back. the littlces
are youl wvon't go."
IoNSTANTLY PtFLIEVl-D WITH
OR HONEY REFUNDED ASK ANY DRUGGIST
of icurm or veal Htto for
WRITE MEsB 0. box Old. Westwood. N. J.
W. N. U., CHARLOTTE, NO. 39-.1918.
k WEAK BODY
those stiffened joints, that backache, rheu
mlatisml, "lumb11ag 09 Sciatica, gall stones,
gravel, "brick ust1," etc. They are an
effective reiedy for all diseases of the
bladder, kidney, liver, stomach and allied
GOLD ME)AT Haarlem Oil Ca sules
cleanse the kidnev and purify the rilood.
They frequently ward off attacksa of the
dangerotis and fatal diseases of the kid
neys. They have a beneficial effect, and
often compiletely cure the diseases of the
bhodily organs, allied with the bladder and
If you are troubled with soreness Serose
the lomn or with "simple" aches and pains
in the back tace warning it may be the
prelmmnary imdieations of some dreadTul
malady which canl be warded off or curec
if taken in time.
Go to your druggist today and get abo
of (G)ld) MIDAI lHaarlemt Oil Capsuh.
M(oney .refunded if they (do not help you,
'J'bree sizes. 001,1) MllDAIL are the pure,
original imported I laarlemi Oil Capsule.t
Accept No Subistitutes.-Adv.
the Liver Requires
o~ccasional slight stimsulation.
['TLE LIVER PILLS
asually indicate the absence of Iron In
he blood,Catrs Pil
ielped bay aat r IonPil
id Stor m:
It's Just ' f
people all over
who are tryir
nerves and wv
also EAT' an
near the full
mnent ouit of'.
of too Inucy