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CALOMEL 1S A7
Next Dose May Salivate You,
Loosen Teeth or Start
CaIlournel Is inereury; quicksilver. It
erihs !lilto sour lh"v like dynxniite,
era ninliiig nIlit sithkelling you. Calomiel
illowis (the hlnes ail should never be
pilt illo your systeill.
If you feel 11hi11s heat hiehy, conisti
paltel aind all likrail olt. just go to
yur rrggit ail geltI a little of Dot
n Aiver Tolei fo.r a few (nvt s which
as 1 h m 1 e11 iss.- vege-table sIlistillute for
(lliJngerous.; en1ouniel. 'a ke a spoon fitI
a if it' It dbiesn't Start yot1ir liver and
.-trighteni youi ill better andl ttleker
th1 1a11sty eniltioel 11m1i without Iitkling
you11 Ick, you just go back atii get your
I lon't iake alonmii! It nnkes you
rili tiiXt flly it IOSs YOU It dayay's
Work. iolson's Ilver Tone straighteisi
.vou right uil arnl yol feel great. No
suits nevessary. (iive It to i he clibirien
hecause It 4.z pirfctly harmlass and
CI i t 01 ,.11% a'-\ Iverl Isrne t.
Knew His Daddy.
li:iol. wei play ing f-ile rill when
Ia I-r hi :a r ni i g. The Iloy.t
!!r-pro hill, too !:1y :11141 lillist 1114, gallte,
h1111 ow rp11hol: , : ' I I to -0011. k11i8, wIl hen1i
hei 'uIlks in lii i .
You Must Have It to Keep Your
Job, Your Friends, Your
lehtl h t m thei .44 . e s r. i 111ik owni
ihual h. The illy coiles wihen,
with a terr tih~a ihok, they\' s4iidhblnty
ni :i'i th:it t hey : rie wrinatiait I y
hiln iIn hli Iealti. Vo, Vour I' ownI sai ko
1,ep Well. If you feet weak or run
lIiwI Ill' 411) iot steep well or Ire nerV
mus wti llav a poor color, dion't walit
11111il 1t 14 tot) late. (ti .a's Pepiol.
A'lan!jitn taken withll your lineis felr it
Iew weteks will r'istore yur giinn
healilth. givi you reniewe streogih 11 114
vitallity f'or y(Wilr fihlly work-I. 'Ilh"
helt hy life Ns th14' 111y hlutpy tlfe
1o inot le It slilo yoi. Vor thIrty
yearf's tIhllie's I'ipto'ji liluglin lis been
hliig peoplew whll were-4 rai-d11(owno
buck to good health. It was 11utfo
fi IllollIs by the ineielical profeSsion.
Sohl 11y lrugists in hoth liquid anit
What Was Lacking.
"Ill's :1 Self-l h untol."
"I know. It situ'is t) li lie shblillil
hav ianniiao '' un eaxpelrI t no da then
WHY DRUGGISTS REOOMMENfl
liar nii o ari s <' iiru ggistau im-e i ei'i
withI tunch'I hflirt athle remiiar'kable reconil
" ay hv r. l(ihnea Swni'niptloat,
Iov l i ver ti' 1)11 laiailiar iagti,
it I a1 trngt henring nrna'ai.
th lrair liver di lbI!.
work n it~w ra in htnded they
a!t .a ael the teat aii Vi',i.
Draij 4 Ia! it A ina, t
'S BOWELS WITH
.JFORNIA FIG SYRUP
i)nie n ill lovie the "fru1jiy
Ufoairnia iVig 83yrup"I aaeai i'
V(onsitlimt ad, bii tus, Irritablei, iaeverbih
oii ofiI ab la. A teimlonfl Inereta
nO a few hpJtlr's you1 enn sete for yiimit.
souri bile, nii urnligestedl food out of
thle howels and yo~lun haeawepay
ful CidI( aigain. "' Ili~
M!Illions1 of 11)others kieep "ail iforniai
Fig Syr'up"'h hat3y. They1a3 knoiw ri ten.
inoro. aAs-k your diru~glst filr gni.
tne "CailIiria 1"Ig Syrnup ,"' w-i-h lii
.(IrectI~nns for hales arid chilldrn of
all ages pr'~ited on bottle. Molher'
It in't 1 alwaysa' the i' 'terniary m'l.
Itge grauielute ) tim displauys thle htlost
a Look Out for propt~lons5 thait wIll
uot bear looking into.
Synopsis.-With his grandfather,
sntall lanisby Millolland is watch
ing the "Decoration Day Parade"
in the horne town. The old gentle
matt, a veteran of tile Civil War.
entleavors to impress the young
ster with the signiticance of the
groat cillict, and inany years aft
erward the boy was to remember
his words with startling vividness.
In (the schoolroom. a few years
afterward, Ramsey is not distin
gilthedi for remarkable ability,
thouigh his pronounced dislikes are
arithmetic, "Recitations" and OGer
man. in sharp contrast to IRamn
smy's ba'kwardness is the precocity
of little Dora Yonim. a young lady
whomn lit his bitternesa he denomil
nt t's "'I'T-tehr's Pet." In high
S-hot-. wicre hie acid Dora are
't1iam ---c. llantsoy continues to
(--,I thbat tiw girl delights to manil
rt't her suipericrity, and the vin
,itejves~i he generates becomes
alarming. -ulmimating in the reso
lutin that sonie day he will
shw" h*'r. At a class plenie Rain
sey is oapteiredl hag and baggage
hy Ntilla Itiat. the c'lass heanty,
anti onen-iies the agonies of his first
The next moriltig Itamsey eime Into
1a it I her's root while Mr. Miltholla nel
wis shnving, an hour before ihurch
timne, ald it beeimeii appiarent that the
sotn hat someithilg on lis IIIIiIl, though
for a While he sald nothing.
"Did you want anything, llaisey?"
"Didn't want to borrow my razors?"
ir. Mlitholland ehlekled. "I hairdly
silI pposel SO) seriously ! Shaving Is a
great Iutun ne' aut (1lhe longer you keep
atwaty from It tle better. Amid when
youw dlo, yoni let iimy razor's alone, young
"Yes, ir." Sir. lihollanid's ratzors
Werll sa1 fi. llntsoy hald alreaidy
tcleved one of hils own, but lie prve
ticeil the art in seoret.)
"W'h'liat IS it yoi really winit, llm
"I gules I don't walit an ythinig."
"No, alt'. You gily' me soine Frl
Mr. MIlhlbinl tirnel front lis mIr'
ror aitti looked W'over Ilit edge of a
towel at hiis son. In tihe boy' eves
there wits c 41 1 dumb agon3y of liter
rogition tihat tit I'ather wIts a little
"Why, lit Is it, Itallsey? flinve
y'oui---" 1i paused, frowning and won
dering. "Youe ha 'ven't been getting In
to Some Imess you wanit to tell ie
Ithoult, have you?"
1liis oe was meek, but a mule dis
Iress liit'kied w'ihin it, br'inginig to the
i'athi'r'a mincd iit. urin.ig suispi'lns,
andii for'iesadoiiwinuga of itgignllion andI
of' 1.13. "See'i hiere.I Iamcsey,"' lie said,
''if tee's anthIing you watci nt tak
me1, ill toi till mei yiu'dl bette'r oiut with
it andl get It over. Niow, whaiit is it ''"
"Weld--Il Isn't aniythini g.'"
"Ar y'' ou surce?"'
I It !ii's' tyesa fll be ufe thlie aievere
cnnl ph-e'.ing gaz~e of lils i'athler. "Yeis,
Mcr. Mlliclhlbmdi shiook hia hcende doubtlc
riully ; thcn, :as lils a ' wa lke'd sleowly
"And When You Do, You Let My
Rlazor's Alone, YOUng Feller!"
his ti'let Iin a aicimewhat niii'ca' i'icce
of mcindl. Icaeyv hunil tmiiil;iiell
wated to s13'ay iiimethIing to hhni andie
I It 1y'Sa xpressittn hail shiiwn cch cc
rhe mialte in'' c qucilc mu.Wt ciiec
ditce'iing. ucnd, It aiit lit. eriicn
inc fn't It w'a-- to llam csey. li iv i
biegitn witinc ecnly thlie huisiet teho
te) r'egard' hn hec'dlashery as of vja ii
luortanliice, itnd b'elevinig hils Cathcir toi
Ihityii ineckingc, in hilrccJ, .tiii i9ct
('eiie teo gcet hii to. 'ttlie niI iia qu e
whliihhn b eenc''i ciitt inlg himti hdely.
In his own r'oom. a ince breakfast. Whmcc
he wanted tio know was:i Whielher It
was right to w'ear an ex..' lu.. i.
ornlnuilggiggg ggi ggggliiigiigggigiggngigi
chief showing out of the coat breast
pocket or not, and, if it was right
ought the handkerhiief to have a col
fired border or to be plain white? But
he had never before brought any such
perplexitles to his father, and found
himself too diflident to set them forth.
However, when he left the house
a few iniutes later, he boldly showed
an Inch of purple border above the
pocket; then, as he saw himself about
to encounter several old lady pedes
trians, he blushed and thrust the hand
kerchief down into deep conceanent.
Having gone a block 'arther, lie pulled
It up again ; and so corntinued to oper
itte this badge of fashion, or unfashion,
throughout the morning; and suffered
i great deal thereby.
Meantime, lils father, rather relieved
I1liat Itailsey had not told hIts secret,
wiiitever it was, dilsinisseid the ei)iSode
from hIs mind and joined Mrs. Mil
holland at the front door, ready for
"Where's itaisey?" he a4ked.
"lie's gone ahead," she answered,
buttoning her gloves as they went
nong. "I heard the door quite at little
while ago. ieriaps lie weint over to
walk down with Charlotte andi Vance.
Did you notice how neat he looks this
"Why, no, I didn't ; not particularly.
"I never saw anything like It he
fore," said Mis. Milholland. "He only
has three nieckti'es, but I saw him sev
eral times in eaich of them. lit must
have kept cliianging and changing. I
woncier-" She pautsed.
"I'm glad he's begun to take a little
t''e of his 1ippeIran'ce at ha1t. I'll
have to take at look at hitn and give
hit a worl of praise. I suppose he'll
be lin tho pew when we get there."
1111t Jtainsey wasn't In the pew; and
(' 1har.olt i, his4 sist er, 111d her hiusband,
u hi were tihere, said they hadn't seen
allythiig of him. It wis not until the
niiirs of lils family were oi their
waiy homii ai't er the services that they
cnught ai giuips of It' him.
They weie passing u church a little
listanice fromt their own; here the con
gregaitionl wits just eierging to the
olien, and tniong tile sedate throng
deseemling the bl'.411i Stolle steps ap
liern i ael 3iii Itvo 11 tilthled htlsey-and
n ird, red itllmsey lie was when lie
behetl hils fither amid muother anl ais
I-r 1nd11 brother-in-htv stitng up it
him from tie pavement below. They
were kind enotgh not to come to an
absolute halt, hut passed slowly on,
so that he wus just nble to avoid pa
radiing up the street in front of then.
In hoairse whispers, 'Mrs. Milholland
chided her husband for an exclanimn
tion le haid tittered. "John! On Sun
dIy ! You ought to lie aishlaiLed."
"I .ouildn 1.'t h .P it.'' he exclaimed.
'"Whlo on earth I is his cl inging viine?
WVhy, she's got liivenuler tops on her
"lIhm't look tIouiil'" she wairned hhnum
sharp ly. "' ihmn't
"WeVil., whiat's hei d''ing at ni Ibiptist
olI gntoruy i t a wak hiimie firim i'hurch''l
anciihore armli ii-ini-arm ikei 11wedestu' oni
u Siiinay 1 ut ? Whoii is this couw-eyedl
fit girl fliat's gut hiui, aniyhiow?"
'" 1lishi Donfl't loouk riiiii aiga in,
"-'v'e i iear'" said( her hiiuband, hav.'~
Who is ~ it l''' olutinu tiil
| "" """U. I wtiSi neQ uigi hitn
|se'lec('eil soinie lilce gi'tirliamng the
hiughiteirs of' our oIwn friends, like
iDorn Yoi'uim, fior insinnee."'
I 'jan theii spot slihegigan to lii leg
thle 111or1tllle'ion bs of i iiI) li. .lu
has~ expected her son, Jiust out iof iin
fun iey, to loo1k bhouit hln wth th le eye
ofi ii tiIica Ilomtron0 of loi'rty-five.
Mior'eoveri, she was indiscreet ienoughi
to i'xpress tier views to Rtamse'y, a
week inater, prtdl uinjg thIius a scene of
isle'ss greiat I unry ai ,11 ttlet SOtundl.
'i do -think it's in very poor taste
to se'e so0 mucht' (If any one girl, llam-.
5ey," sihe sh li, andi, not hieedIing his
prmoI iest that lie only watIk-ed homiie froui
c'hiool w'li Mlin I, '"about every otheir
(lay," andl thlit It dIidnf't seeml aniy
cr1n lito i hi ini Juist to gio to ('hu1rchi withI
her'i ai ~oupile o' t imeas, Mr's. Mi Ihollnnd
went (in ''Hubt If you think you re(ally
1m1st lhe dlangling aroundli~ somiebody~
tiumilole tis imuc-thoughi whiat in thle
wori'i you findi to talk abiout with this
fuunny lit tie Milla Rust your 11oor1 fit
I hier says lie realily cannot see--ail
of course it senms v'ery 1ueer to tis
how when your11 inld Ottght to b~e ein
I rtely Onl y'our studIes, anud especialy~
wtth such ani abisurid looking little
."No, you mutst lIsten, Rlamtsey, anid
et tue sneak nomw, WhtImen a
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th t we shouldn't be quite so mueb
di ressed by your being seen with a
girl who dressed in *etter taste and
seemed to have some notion of refine.
tment, though of course it's only nat.
ural she wouldn't, with a father who
is Just a sort of ward politician, I un
derstand, and a muother we don't know,
and of course shouldn't care to. But,
oh, Ramsey I f you had to make your
self so conspicuous why Couldn't You
be a little bit tuore fastidious? Your
father wouldn't have minded nearly so
much If it had been a self-respecting,
Intellectual girl. We both say that. if
you mist be so ridiculous at your age
as to persist In seeing tuore of one girl
than another, why, oh, why, don't you
go and see sone really nice girl like
Hansey wais already dangerously
distended, as an effect of the e'arlier
part of her discourse. and the word
"fastIdIous" niatmost exploded hM; but
upon this clinax, "Dora Yocum," he
blew up with a shattering report and,
leaving fraguients of Incoherence rico
chetting behind him, tied shuddering
fron the house.
For the rest of the school term le
walked hone 'wit Milla every after
noon and on Sundays appeared to have
Evening After Evening They Walked
and Walked and Walked.
beconie a resolute Haptist. It was
supposed (by the Interested inemttbers
Of the hiigh-sclool class) that allinsty
and M1Ilh1 were "engaged." lamsey
somtlieas ra thier sup iposedi they were
himstiel f, and lte dlimi Ide gave him an
scanat ion pantrily pi ensiantt, but tmostly
a pli'ehens.'I ie lie was a fral d.
lie was afrlauid that the (day was cony~
tig whben he ',ughit to kiss lher.
Vaent Ion, in spire' of itineensed leis
iirt', may3 bintg I iconvenienc toai'' peopile
in linaan'.'y's sitage builtanot utnaim
ati' wtas thaat of' n badger'edi enptive'
uhtuilve'ly *iijent ittir iajuisti'e; n
hie f'ni a i l'ti t tn reply Inin al'y
wlhett ask~ia hee lhe 'agoiag-ai
iatutiyal ddre.ed to imt, hie las-eted,
e . ,., ; ac',..,cl .'r
('eniltam y-nit peap'aais tie (itaae'it
ahlf a blo'c--wvithI Albert l'an ttu
Madie ( lws. thouigh itiaacs.''aci i
the.n felit dlisgran'~cd by litvcgaaii
inito this ejass; fora sota' i,' t~,
Iapplaraentt thlaat Albcerr enattal lutlni
ltatucsey' tomaewhat I. la .''ili.IIia
itore. I li u idat kno'w i',''stl n
lears were manage&l
Usally thle <Iptirtet haiii)lettt.
tIon; they j.uist wemti ''ent wvalkiha'
util len O''cloc(k, wh'len hcot h girls hll
ai atherxue was i "plubhiIe opietaa n-n .
an tahe li font weea a tways thlere'.
LRamsey kisseq M'Ila and fate
,teps in to seP'irate themt and
everything's all over."
On That Conditeon Only
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-V A cold is an acute - ca.
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Uning the organs or parts.
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