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SAD TO STAY IN
BED FOR WEEKS
-naha '.itIron says He is Now Rid
of Truubloe That Had Kept Him
Miserabio for Years.
"I was almost out of commission
-.hen I began taking Taniac, but it
is made me feel like a new man in
. short time," said W. S. Meadville,
104 North 'Twenty-ninth St., Omaha,
"My liver and kidneys were out of
.der and I had terrible pains in my
ack and sides and was so bad off I
tten had to stay in bed for two weeks
t a time.
"The results I got from Tanlac were
very glad surprise to me. It bene
ted me in every way and I believe
mmve'ii~rnyn'a4 I received will prove
stronger and better
* ni . lay."
sy all good druggists,
Sir Philip Gibbs, the art connois
ieur, recently told at group of Chicago
ins about the editor of a small paper
who had the village carpenter make
type large enough to tell of a village
scandal. "Great show we made yes
terday," he told the publisher of the
paper after it was all over. "Yes,"
said the publisher quietly. "but I al
ways thought we'd save somalething like
that for the second coming of the
"I have always used
the cheaper baking
them just as good as
Royal but I invested
in a can of Royal
Baking Powder and
now find all my bak
ing so much improv
r ed tlit I will use no
Miss C. L B.
Contains No Alum
Leaves No Bitter Taste
Send for New Royal Cook Book
-lt'a FR EE. Royal Baiking Pow
Alice hi.. i beena to Sund(ay school for
the first trae, and1( had comne home
filledi with infr.-mation. She w'as ov'er
heard to say to ier six-year-old sister,
as she laid a weo hand over her heart.
"When, you hear' somiethuing wite here,
you knowv it is conscience whispering
"No such thing," respond(ed the six
year-old ;."it's just windi in your tumn
Factories In 33 Cities
Safeguard the Health
of~ Your Family
ENJOY MODERN CONVENIENCES
DATH. TOILET. KITCHEN SINK IN THE HOME
Sewage Disposal Without Sewers
FIRST COST THE ONLY COST
NO UP-KEEP REQUIRED -
United Cement Products Co.
18% ED. Vermont St. IndianapolIs, Ind.
NOT ONLY FOR CHILLS AND FEVER
BUT A FINE GENERAL TONIC.
HOME OWNERSHIP EASY
you liow to bull(I or Abye a home, purclaasu
a farmn, or pa of Ootrn e fr
''No extras on cu ch $1,000 used~l send st amjp
202 MtacIsin sa gES'~g A usaton, D. C.
UOCAN co'.* ,,'*"t
you and safely by
la r oor [Ce
atarn. Safe touse as ater. Makes ota loo yon
from IIEssi10 ELLIs. Uhemilas. MeusphIs, Tenp
Fancy Work Bargain
stnit1p'1 on nIce iraitinrl I. KlyDAlt .
1613I I'ulymnri. 'Jept. D, Now Orleans ,a
BE A TRA'VTELING SALESMAN
FASHION never ignores taffetas
they are too well intrenched it
the regard of every woman. l very
summer brings denure frocks of this
silk, usually in black or navy blue,
decked out with simpi trimmings and
little brightening touches, and every
summer they go daintily rustling their
lady-like jay through the affairs of
afternoon.' Designers take them, for
granted and complacently present such
appealipg frocks as those of black
taffeta, shown here.
Almost any seamstress can under
!ake to make either of these mod
?Is. In the frock at the left, yards of
ittle ruffles made of the silk account
lor all the decoration, edging the
round neck and the elbow sleeves.
Ruffles put on in deep points (leck out
the skirt and this self-trimming
reaches its climax in little roses made
)f folds that are set about the waist.
On dresses of this kind it is easy
to tntro(luce any brightening color by
means of narrow ribbon in rosettes
and falling ends, as in the dress at
the right. It hats a pla in skirt scal
Loped about thme hottomi andt achieves
a bouffant Iline by int rodutcing cordedi
rushings over the hips. Pipings of
taffeta are used as a finish and to
join the bodice and skirt. Taffeta
Latest Ideas in
roses, set across, the front, and rib
b~on, with colored edges, hanging in
ioops at each side, where the roses
terminate, emophaaize a front panel ef
feet made by placing most of the full
ness over the hipis.
These stame mtodiels, developed in the
gayer colors, 10nake enchanting dlinner
and dance frocks. Rtuchiingsq of tat
feta, made~h of narrow strips (rayed at
the edges, covered( cord, arraunged in
flat roseltes, fliowers of thie -affema, rutf
lies and ofther self t Irimmtings adorn
them, withi narrow ribbons andi tmil
linery llowvers anad fru its adding t heir
hit by way of e'nhancasintg .he bright
chtarmi of' laffet a itnl hitn or change
In May. as int -htintary. the stores
put ont special dhispiltys of I higerie
for the benetil of' thosein who have Put
afi' buying theitr sntnnaert i me under
r New Lingerie
things until the lust minute. At this
time, too, many June brides are intent
upon trousseaux that will repreient the
very latest ideas in underg aments
and a pretty feast is spread for their
It is a silken mode this season, with
'emllphasis pitt upon similiclty of de
sign and trimings. But replicas of
silk garments, nmade of slier, silky cot
tons, are less expensive and dainty
enough for the most exacting taste
while there are still many women who
prefer line batiste, nainsook and oth
er cottons above e'erything else. Thle
garments shown here may he !made of
crepe (e chine or of lat iste, using in
either case, ribbon shoulder straps.
The undersllp is trimnmed with val
lace and Insertion at the top and re
veals a pointed ruffle at the bottom,
paneled by lIce insertions.
Step-in drawers of grenadine crepe
ie chine, -vi!1h chemise to nattil, ap
pear with a tailored finish of points
instead of the usual luce trimming.
Amoi' ng thle novel tie's receiitly a rri vedl
there are bodices of net or radium
silk, with vestees of net and1( filet, or
vail hace insertions, whleh do away
withi t he nlecessity of a hlouse uinder
hamv' deep armhoilels e'dgedl, like their
bateu neklins, wth nrrowf(e
and erventlsrepocamta h
lcue Now lribhasm toed ont
whoer ivcues uhind crear.gtoc
In coosiny 1btn ths de aliong
cors and whiteii the matter~J5 wfhlaun
dlesr in ks orhi renc h. ruOnly
wvhir te wilstnd odrar ub. bu
coloredl silk and bati1ste( aire nt hard
to luuinder. If they' l'ndie the(y maiy his
rei iited in the rinse wiiter.
Clean Baby's Bowels with
"California Fig Syrup"
Hurry Mother i A half-teaspoonful
of genuine California Fig Syrup will
make your cross, fretful baby comfort
able. It cleanses the little bowels of
all the wind and gases, the bile, sour
ing food and stomach poison which is
causing baby's distress.
Millions of mothers depend upon this
gentle laxative to keep baby's stomach
and bowels clean, and thus correct
diarrhoea, colic, hiliousness, coated
tongue, sour stomach, feverish breath,
and constipation. It never cramps or
overacts. Contains no narcotics or
Babies love the taste of genuine
"California Fig Syrup" which has full
directions for infants in arms and chil
dren of all ages plainly printed on bot
tle. Say "California" to the druggist
and accept no imitation fig syrup.
A Bad Combination.
Trollope-- know a c"'mbination
which you may always take it for
granted is bent on mischief.
Needham--Wiat combination is
'i'rollope-A small hoy amd a pin.
TAKE ASPIRIN ONLY
AS TOLD BY "BAYER"
"Bayer" introduced Aspirin to the
Physicians Over 21
To get quick relief follow carefully
the safe and proper directions in each
unbroken package of "Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin." -This package is plainly
stamped with the safety "Bayer Cross."
The "Bayer Cross" means the gen
uine, world-famous Aspirin prescribed
by physicians for over twenty-one
Buttons Long in Use
John J. Jones, a waiter in the din
ing cars of the Pennsylvania railroad,
asked the other day for i new set of
brass buttons to use with his white
duck coat. When he turned in his
old buttons in exchange it was no
ticed that they were not only un
usualuly bright. but also that much
polishiung andi use had( alhmiost worn
off the letter'ing andl that the front
of each butttoni was nct ually' worn
thr-ough In one or more places. Asked
how long lhe had wvorn the but tons.
lhe replied : "A bout t wenty-nilne
years.'' They had beenm issuedl to him
in 1892 by Maj .JT F. romut, theni sui
perintendenit of dlinming cars and res
taurants-New Yor'k Wormld.
When you talk louder thanm the other
fellow it's a sign you'r'e wrong and( lhe's
Elvery man is as old as he feels, but
hie should tr'y to look younger to please
Stop worrying about the sor'rowvs of
3'esterday and1 go after the joys of to
If one can't say it In prose, lie ean't
aay it in poetry.
THERE is nothin1
freshing sleep. Dur
system rids itself oi
poisons that have
during the day. 'I
nments are taken up t
tissues that require r
It is important t1
plenty of health-bri
Anything that interfe:
sleep hampers and h,
rnentally and physica
A common cause
weakness and mental
the reaction followinj
lation by the drug,
There never was a time v
so good as now.
They are bigger, heavier
any earlier Goodyears eve
Yet Goodyear prices are
Not even in those remem
did Goodyear Tires sell at
Look at the figures listed
They represent an avers
60% from Goodyear pric
When you can get these
prices, there is no questio
Your Goodyear Service S
that never in his experiet
known the equal of this v
30 x 334 Cross-Rib
Fabric ............ $10.95
30 x 334 All-Weather
Tread Fabric....... $14.75
TV 3 l-eathler
re.ad . ..........$18.00
0.So-Easy to Use
Colors Silk Wool PulI F ad
All at the Same Time
TWO RICH PRINTER'S "BULLS"
Postmaster General Has Preserved
Specimens of Work of the
Postmaster General Work has two
cholie spechnens of typographl el
errors whileh ie keeps oin his losk
handy to Shir o' to the i1scrimumlting.
Like most everybod44y rlse in the world
1)oeto' WVork appr eciates tha2t sort ol
Hoth of these "hulls" occuIrrel II
connection with irinted portraits o
Doctor Work when ho was appointet(
to the highest positon ithe postal
service. one of them hears Ie I itle
"Dr. Ierbert Work, physlclan to (hp
Pope. Was with te late pope in his
lEidenitly the inscriptions of t he
two ~hIotographms got mi2x(ed 1up, and(
nobody enught the error, on) account
of' the title of dloetor of 1both1 p'hs
TPhe other samp21le waos : pitire of
t he po1stmn12)ster general . 22nd4 12n in.
scr'Iiption wvhich should1( halve read:4
But It got In like this: "c'olor'ed
Man Appointed Postonaster Gen'Ieral."
The Black Sheep.
Kan isast exchar nge--Mr2. Brown leaves
nine) children, eight of wh'lom) arle 1h0n
cred1 and( respected cItizens o4f this
state, and the other lives in MissoutrI.
Where it Went.
JTack Spratt could (ent no fat ; his
wife could eat no( 14enni. You2 see, they'
spent their money for the jIiny's gas
od Advice: Re
th Sleep. A void
i in the world other elemen1
as sound, re- and tea.
ing sleep the I o a
the ftigue or tea drinkin
he food ele- your health,'a
y the various weko s.
ebidn l- fragrant Post
pure cereal i
tat you get no harmful e
nging sleep. You can drii
res with your times a day
inders you-- dren desire E
of physical Your grocer .
depression is rnti Pestlen (
. cup by the additic
Sover-stimu- Cereal (in packagei
cafiead prefer to make the
c5J~uleand prepared) made by
Postum Cereal Co., Inc., Battle Cret
for Less Money
then Goodyear Tires were
and stronger today than
lower now than ever.
bered days before the war
such low prices as today.
ge decrease of more than
s of 1910.
better Goodyears at such
n of the tire value at your
tation Dealer will tell you
ice as a tire dealer has he
alue. See him today.
32ea x l-Weather
Tre4a :"T.".. $32.40
33xe4 AllWat $33.40
Tread Cord... $33.
r's tax extra
eless Dyes Oc :
Dye ksn. For AnV
"You have a great country," said tha'
"We think so, of course," said the
"By the way, I'd like to see congress
"My friend," said the citizen In great
earnestiess, "see Nigara falls. run
out to Yellowstone park and the Grand
canyon ; Inspect. our huge industrial
plants, our skyscrapers, our universt
ties, but stay away from congress. I
want you to go home still thinking we
have a great country."-Urminghain
Worth the Price.
M1r. Iiomebo(y-Did you hear about
it? A fool pad stopped my wife last
ilght anud bent her up hndly. And nil
he( g.ot for It was $3.
Afr. Pee'wee(-Caln you1 give mec his
add(re'ss? I mtight do0 some business
No Place to Stay.
(Little J~leni breakls In on her
newly engaged sIster and( her beau.)
BIg Slst('r--Why, l lelen, haven't I
told you1 tel 51iny In the kitchen with
.Jessle till miamtma Comles home?
Helden-Yes, I know ; but Jessie's
swee(thea'irt just now eanme, too!I
In Dry U. S. A.?
FIrst StudI(ent--'l'enicher, if two parts.
of hiydrogeni and one paIrt of oxygem
form wvater, wvhy isn't -water inflam
Second St uden t--Because it's wet.
Selen('e andi~ Invention.
'I'he( secret of enjoying life is ia
bing able1( to get hapjpiniessq from the
s.limles ~t resourcn res,
s found in both coffee
e an idea that coffee
g may be injurious to
vhy not stop it for a
and drink delicious,
a rich, golden-brown,
leverage. It contains
lements of any kind.
ik Postum as many
as you or the chil
lie both form, of Poatum:
1a tins) made instantly in the
n of boiling water. Poatum
of larger bulk, for those who
drink while the meal Is being
boiling for fully 20 minutea