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This Form of Injury to Tires is
One of Most Common and
Expensive to Owner.
BREAK IN FABRIC IS INSIDE
Inexperienced Driver Who Gets Hard
Bump Against Curb or Any Other
Object Usually Looks for In
jury on the Outside.
A "shine ritlisel " is it tin uiseil t)
de4-scribe il inilry to6 ti eI n 1ciiustil by
strikng soiet oblijeilt whit stilli(cien
force to e intisi the fire falbrir to ill'
broken. Ili e iO 2 ot 1w a't n that
caulses thet danlawe.
TleII b II re:a it I 1it'h fnbii I uny 1r- 1 in
only nwt' Id r it) It uny he ill :111 of
i1-in1 : 1111 inl any Ia e it 4 aIlwa s 1i'
\i ly t Ii bre ks first.
Ali linexiwiehncel driveri who~se Otr
get's a hewrvy bolow fralin a stoine. Ilr :
curb usuially 141niks 11v1r qll ltiSI( 41 1f
htilfi'. fto seu if* ally I tttI ti i
Dump Against Carb Will Cause "Stone
dNrw. 111r thnid driver knIIows that1
ifhrmhsll.n don[11 lHit phre- t4 o1411lk
fori it 2, ill Iin h in id.h' .1t ha1 any o 2 i
blreak inl (t- w abrio will benwstre
onl Jill- Inside11 'ly \ist
Inside Ply Shorter.
.liNor2inai ' 22 in i jly is sihor'ter'
than ~ ~ ~ Il vi eiaelew is showrter
111:1u n of he linr which are laO
eInti'.% o 'u h it' it. I his i's herut e it
I-: mn thit ' iI the llt fue fl till
tgirle. i i' li tie: l" ii' i.: rv s l O t otie.
It'n sI al l l h wn itn' illu Iltstr
Hilt Jil I'iti 2 t i' rel l . Iiiti fi lt pli s
Is lr vrii 'i's ; : li2 t i4. he I ousiilh ptly
i-cI s , a2l2 l is partitulir in t, thve
insi'll plY p,4 r1 n i 11h1 viur atulre 11111
fhe bill pty mins the Illyisid ply
als rve:.llaI rdsll 1%y:lll re..
If i Sh l4111 haptit'b h . -is 1 ii flill does2 ;,
11n11 y one : , .r tt\ wozt inner pi ll ; are
brkn. h flnt hI Ii eIll anly wi l , of
thll inl.iury 'in Jill, mutsidel unt1il (.(IIn
shlera-:11 tion .it rall h s'i
V.ause Jill- 1ther c l ie -;Jillun r k n w l
coli l i :-i 2 I$ l iii4 st t e J l lres
I 1112' h1u11k h I 1ii will b e under
Pinn wll ""(1W :l,\il i. break l till-m also,
Andethenreul oy baie Is bwO fteic
fectl\ ut pveniae adCo-.
iito 2 i i- l ies '' nay 2 12' .i tl2''12'1 1r:' 21:n
J\ bi12 s' i r | th't' :21 : ll || ljuarie;g ('2 [11
th t he air pes ur forces112 h e innert'i13
uinualby cliii'yn o Ang,~u as'i te
sincer ana reent cahe :ue t~.
Ifs onelh h.:2 fu-f~ed tuh 2or ut
YOU AUTO KNOW
That gasoline, oil and greasc
are the natural eneiles of rub
ber and that they will rapidly
lead to deeay and d(1isintegration
of tires, pnrtiularly If the lat
ter have been driven for at coin
siderable distance and are
nicked or cut. Gasoline espe-..
c1il is injurIous to tires be
caulse it Is at solvent of guii rub-.
her, but, belicause of the fact that
It evaporates rapidly, it (loes not
presenIt stch a mIenace as oil and
l'Permitting a car to stadI In a
garage In i. pool01 of oil will, In a
comt pa rativ ely short tnie, lead to
a dtlIny of the ruibber and a
nurked shortening of the life of
tif tire Itself. Even the pools of
6il and grease which are to be
noted on streelts where automio
bIles are lisially parked atre dana
gerous for tihis reason--as well
as for tihe fact that they provhle
xtreinely trenherouis footing
11nl Imiy lead to a serious skid.
S inllious are all kinds of oil
t4) the fahrit of which tires are
in:le that )1ne tianufacturer ad
viM5 mtosts5 nho fare forced to
04 overfreshly oiled roads to
'04 p as soon a they have passeidQ
the olled section and clean the
0 Surlfac~e of thleir tires.% with galso
lie, taking care to wipe thlie
clealnsiig agent off with a dry
4oopyright, 1922, by the Wheeler
RUTS TO PREVENT ACCIDENTS
Depressions Are of Much Help to in.
experienced Drivers in Getting
Car Into Garage.
Inixperience(ld autol1sts are not
always able to drive n car Into the
gi3rag4 a1S straight as they would like
There it a rem'dy for I th Is. In the
These Ruts Will Prevent the Automo
bile From Being Damaged by Con
tact With the Door-Frame.
matiking of a1 gita re, two ruts should
he put inl thet flo1or. 'I'lPhewl
ways keep the ail sraight, regardless
11f thet e~xperience-4 of thedivr--0
llede, i lopular .sciencevMnhy
FIX INDICATOR FOR BACKING
Smill Notch Cut on Under Side of
Steering Wheel Will Be of
A -imall notc1h lit on IhIe under side
'tiin nearest the driver, will greatly
iaid whlen baing thn'e ar in a stra:i.it
I ahe11 noth simply. setI the whl.e'ls inl a
st raighut losition61. When hIlacking, if
he mark he' tIo 6one sale er to the
01tier, it nat urn iIy sho6 ws that the
whee'tls are no 14t xitrrnight.
A thborough mlotorist. Shld~t be a1
good)( judlge of distalne and1( speed'4.
* . *
Mo)re ntecidents result from faulty
ad(jus1 tmenlt or appI~lit ion oif bra kes
than from any othier causie,
* * *
En1gin1e knocks are0 claisstled( unde141
four' heads-spark, overheatilng, car.
hont and( loose1 or worn parts.
* * *
Otne ('aulse of laek Of power~b ini af
engine while pullinig against a lomil is
partlyv clogged4 gas'ol ie Iiine fromantn
to6 enrhuretoid sr, not pe4rmtit ting enou~tgl
Onl to engitne.
* * .
On)ie of the n tewe'st ideais regaittolna
safty on61 the highwatys, e'speci ally Ml
ilght , is thle suggsxtlin that1 pedlesti.
uns o th Ile le'ft-lvind( sIde of thle ro ad4
keep outt oIf thle ran tge or 166th of 1an au-t
t1ntilei app)Iroach6ing 1from1 the iear.
of cabinet aultombiles~ Is tIts iar no0w
lace and( whicth malde its first appela?
eretofore the secretary of agricultlig
PREST LANDS IN
HERD OF CARIBOU
Aviator Is Forced by Engine Trou
ble to Descend to Earth
in Far North.
KILLS ONE FOR FOOD
Set Up Movie Camera to Get Picture
of Wild Herd, but Changed Mind
When Hundreds of Animals
Hove in Sight.
Dawson, Y. T.-Like a chapter from
dramatic fiction reads the story of the
experience of Clarence 0. 'rest, the
avhator, wiffle trying a flight across
Yukoi territory and Alaska. ie ilew
with his moving-niettre camera above
a great herd of caribou and was forced
to h11il inl their 1111(ist. He slaugh
twred one to keep from starving. The
herd is part of the great bod(y of carl.
Lands In Herd of Caribou.
hou1 wich( alinua41y trek across, the
regiton livar Dhawson and! Eagle. Pr1est
had flo~wn by a1 rouilid-Ibotit way t'roml
San iernrelio, ICl., to the Far
l'rnst's in stry 4f Is experin E
is 01h.li follwin-Ivg elspatkc froih
Iv1-:l 1o he la wson 31111 iyi' N est
"T1hirty 'nilm tesout of 1+hi 4'Xnyi 4e
1gine buuIk.l. I looked forw a laIwling1
lace' 0to1 ikerl whiat. Ilookedu like a
leveil 'p *t. It was Nilggerhe~ad Flat al
thle hi';ud of )iplr cr'eek, eight iles
'outh or' S'*v ntyile ri ver. I fixed
th enjginel ami,4 JloticH1l a eoule of car.
US to get t iim. Mor *ie of t hem were
Iomingr .<o I beani to suee about Zak.
Inbg oiff. TIurning, [ niotir'd .5(0 or' (60C
'iarliboi all aroiiund thle :ilrship anr:
amora,.j~ andi~ ruh dexlin-l~iQXWilg to find
the r'amrera ruiined, but n, dlamiage was
:'une. I got ready to take off' but the
Killed a Caribou.
"1I had been debattling about killing
dine oIf thle 'albou, blut the debate
01nd1ed when0 theit prope)ller b lroke, so:
killed one with; my 32-caull pis9to
amitl hut11chered him wilth a p)ockeI
"1 was over'hauling the motor whier
a pul' of' wvind finlishetd the job) by
turnin ug thle ship over o1 n h bck ainc
breaking the radhat or. So 1 deserte(
the ship1, striilppedl iIY (he instr'lument!
iami ~l ngnet o, and1( startedu to pacl.
dlown to) thle r'iver. I goet down will
one1( 1load am1( sa1w I waIs not going t(
make 1( it wi bth lhe grubl) had11(, so
enched everyt hing aind wvent hack t(
the sly iand it slept ini Its tii Sundaiyl
"I had left my13 'om1pa1s in ai caclh(
at thle mouth of Rnamey creek, so
stiirtedl withiout it. I was further ou'
than I thboughtI. 1Idid not1 pick up tht
tral and1( ma1r(1 a lot of unn~tecessar3
circles, climbing mnounta ins for obser
valtionI. It was raining stledily, but
had erfulppedl mynelfC withI a small car
of gasoline for start ing fires.
"My shoes amt( feet were giving out
and1( I wats afrid to lie dlown to sleep
Finally, I istrulek thle trail at Nlmros
Bar, and sholrtly a ('ter a search party
hove in sight."
Colored Man Falls Dead In Crap Game
RlaefordI, N. C.-Spurnied by theO dlIC
when 11e "shot it all' at the end( of a
crap1 game', Jim11 Xuggs, coloredl, fel:
dead as the dlice bet rayed him. The
game lasted all night and the dieeislot
to "shoOt it all" wats made(1 w~hen the
pilayers were dleparting.
Baby Has Six LivIng Grandmothers.
Concord, N. HI.-TIhe little dau~tghteI
of Mr. and1( Mrs. F. Roger strong, has
six living granldmothlers. Theiy Include
one0 great-tgreat-granidmiothier, three
greait-grandmnothers, and two grand
OLITTLE IS READY
FOR LONG FLIGHT
TO FLY FROM THE ATLANTIC TO
THE PACIFIC OCEAN IN LESS
THAN 24 HOURS.
WIL MAKE OLY ONE STOP
Airman Reaches Camp Johnston from
Kelly Field In Ten Hours,
and 47 Minutes.
Jacksonville, Fla.--Lieut. Jomes H,
I)olitt le. Eightleth aero squadron, ar.
rived at Camp Johnston, near here,
fter a non-stop Ilight front Kelly
field, Texas, preparatory to the be#
ginning of an attempt to fly fron1
the Altantle to the Pacific ocean a4
San Diego. Calif., with one stoP, anq
in less than 24 hours.
The aviator loft Kelly field at 6:30
a. In., central time, and arrived at
Camp Johnston at 6:07 1). in., conii
suming ten hours, 47 minutes, in ne
gotiating the 1,050 miles. Head
winds were encountered most of the t
The deputy )eHaviland cutter Do.
little piloted is the same machine
wrecked in the surf at Neptune last
month, when hei attempted to take of,
for the West. 'I'le plane struck a soft
spot on the beach, swerved toward
the surf and when it struck the water
turned end over tiid. The pilot was
uninjured, but the plane was badly
damaged and it had to be shipped to
Kelly field for repairs.
It is of the type of the standard
De Haviland four, but about 1,900
pounds heavier, and has a fuel capac
ity of 2S5 gallons, enough to keep it
in the air thirteen and one-half hours.
In repairing the plane the emergency
'uel tank was enlarged to carry 30
instead of 20 gallons of gas and he
cause of the sacritlee of space for the
fuel tanks Lieutenant Dolittle is mak
ing the flight alone.
The route to he followed fron Jack.
sonville to San Antonio will carry the
plane over Tallahasse and across
Pensacola bay, probably within sight
of Pensacola. t
The inachine will pass directly over
the heart of New Orleans about five
hours after leaving here, if all goes
well, and the next city to see it will I
be Sabino, Texas. From Sabine the
route Is a bee line to San Antonio.
To Drill Hole In Shaft Wall.
San Francisco. - A new eleventh
hour effort to get aId to the 17 iiners
in the Argonaut mine nearly a milh
below the surface of the earth will be
William J..Mitchell, manager of the
Diamond Drill company, left by air
plane to direct ihe work of drillinig
a hole hrough the solil stone Wallis
olf the Arg'onauot shat ft rom" the Ken
tuky- milne side, with ac powerful (lrill
wic (h is al1readly on thle grond(.
The Diamondi driill wtill oper'ate day
andc nIght and wiill ('ut through at the
rate of 73 feet a clay. As 900on as
the hole is drilled a pipe ill be piass
edl through and if the men are still
aliv e, food and even clothing can b)o
passedl through to them to keeip them
alive until the shaft being cut through
Seven Burn to Death in Bunkhouse.
Pittsburgh, Pa--Seven cai' repair
men recenitly employedI, were burned
to deatth; ten meon were injured, sev
el-al severely, and property loss of
$220,000 was wr'oughit b~y fire which
started in a buunk house in the
Thirty-third Strecet yardcs of the Penn
sylvania railroacd and swep~t through
the building with almost incredile
Nearly all of the bodies were char
redI beyong recognition,
The corpse of J. F. Carr, of Balti
more, was podsitively IdentifIed, how
ever. Railway officials made check
of all em ployes living in the hunk
house andc gave out a list of six miss
Big Damage by Boll -Weevil,
WVashington.--Thue boll weevil, d(. -
stroyer of pbotential wealth in cot toni, I
and bugaboo of the cotton grodwer-,
had a recordc year, and (11d it self
p~roudl in the fields of the SouithI by
preventing the pr-oduction of 6,277,000 )
bales of cotton, whickh, with the seed I
that would have been ginned, was<
worth $610,341,000, based on farm<
prices of December 1, 1921,
A. careful study of the damage to
cotton by the boll weevil and other
causes has just beeni concluded by
the dopartnment of agicultur-e, whose
report shows that during the 13 yearjs t
1909-21, the hypothetical value of the Ia
prevented pr-oduction of (-0tton from s
all causes totaled $11,473,599,00t. S
Charge Against Sawyer.I
Winston-Salem, N. C.-- -In a prelim. V
mnary hear-ing of C. M. Sawvyer, pr-omi- nm
nont business man, charged wvith ar-, n
pen, WVilliam E. Chatmon, 18, who has I
been in prison several clays in (con, I
noction with the case, asser-tedl that ai
ho set fire to the Nissen building
where Sawyer's stcore was11 locaited be,
cause of offers of money and threats
which Sawyer miadk. (Chatmon al, a
leges that Sawyer mapped)0( out. the L
plans, told how the gasolIne should o
be pouredc over inflammableu material, y~
and how Chatmon was to eno,
The, Message of the
By REV. J. R. SCHAFFER
Acting Superintendent of Men. bluody
liblo Institute. Chicago.
TEXT-(Goa, who at sundry times and
In divers inanners spake in tlime past
unto the fathers bf the prophete, iath In
theuo List diays spoken unto us by lits
Son.-Heb. 1:1, 2.
The most familiar theme of disc'us
lion in evelesiastical circles and re
since the war has
been the charac
ter of the church
for the recon
New and unprece
c hi a r a e t e i%
ize every phllst
of liihnan life.
Peculiar p e r ivi
and 1) r o b) 1 e inl m
Were thrust upon
us by the cata
clysn of world
1trife. To tile church comes the lip
leal of the burdened, the sorrowing,
he hoI)eless. Wila* response s4houlid
lie church make? Should the church
iecorne more social in chlaraucter, more
hilinthropiec III its endeavor to meet
he world's needs, mnore institutioni.i
n its lctIvitls, mnore cultured in its
The need of the hour i in tile
ne'Ssage the church has for the world,
ld tIe kind of church to Ineet the
risis Of tle present is tile church
vIth a m1essage, for tile church wias
OlInllissiOnei ImrIiarily as a illessen
er. "1-o ye Into all the world and
Qr411e0 tle GYosll to every creature."
s never Ibefore in modern times
le worbd needs today an evangeliz
nig chu11r--1 rissI on1ary chuIrlch-a
ireaiching ciichIl. "\What is tile iues
ge fRwr tIle hour?" Our text in the
ill-sulfvient reply---"God hath sioken
o its In Ills Son."
Tle ielossaig, of the clinrch for this
Ian' h:Is Ilot been left to human
peeI tiions, vtgies, ?nr reaslig.
'l isli gIVell it 111141 the only hope
If nivede(l help Is In its proelna-ila
A Peculiar Message.
(el's inelssaQg. Is iecul1iar to our
>rI(SeIl Ileeds. lie !itl spoken "in
hese st! 11-1 aYs"--at phrase character
zing theilt preselt i'spensal toion, wich
;rows liuire verilmis, mnore coInplex,
1ore Ilawless 1Is it devei(qti. God 1118
irovidel a ue1ssaige adapted to every
-olitinigenes, suh1ileleptt for every need,
h(! R-Ilition of every problem. Are
vo lh11eateled Witi internal disorders
)(twoen (al and labor? Shall We
Vii ness tih clash of civIill Ions he
.w1eI I'ast 11 ilN West ? Al Ihe grealt
Vori'4 religionis l4r)1eparing for ain Ar
Iangeriloll? W'Iaj sha e V y to) tile
Sruigglinug fs rswevs? ('al Ia d(isar(15ina
'nlt (onferen1e sit for Ionths and
daSoltionl? C.1n thle hurch - pub
Ish anl odlict vorbl-wid1e? No, they
1re hel ples.s 4 (;md ll.s giveil the Ilues
alge f)r hese dlays.
utst. 4(ald 1111Ih spke b414.1 efore.
VI'r'e IioVI4l by the 1413 lioly(hsi.'' ';odl
-nl1isted lls InIesiagI. to4 1Iin-naa
Ver'e ills mlouthiplee to rlui'il
'Thus salthi 114 th *41rd.." itut n.'w
'(:0(1 has1 spoke'n In Ills Some.' Ip.
111s givenI thle wVorld1 a1 l1erfect 1al4'ssagU'.
[I eatinot faiill-It Is iage.I 44ng, world
ias none otheri 144 gIve.
The Message of a Person.
*Jesus Is Go)d's me~ssalge- lIe is the
iolution41 of ev'ery iproblieml, the4 lainaltcea
lor1 every' Ill, the last wor~i In
sver'y confdit ion. We ned'( t4o rIeei-.
liffer, t here arIe certain fundamlental
Teis at the hear01 it of hiilmaiIty'. Th'le
>robh)Ieims ofI col lectl i soelety3 li hae
nulltIp1led and gr'own mo14re nt rica te
vithi the pa11sslng centurIes, bult these
tre' o)13'nly idtlenital an1 11 ymptoma11 )Iti(e.
3ack oif 1al1 compIllxi ties an1i confilcts,
Ill hevers' and14 eruIpt ions is SIN, whi c
11po1Iled God's work, hinderls Ills plan1,
11nd Is respsib4e151) for i every4''3 hu~ln
le(rl, 4leery soeb111 (ont1lit Ion, (every
VIolrbi' roblemII. SInl Is thle dbirk', hible..
110ny3. it chuinged Iian's rei'lltion t~o
lOd. It turn'ied 11nan's hand1( aga Inlst
ils broth ler. It 1:#fecte thel de' lstinay of
Th'les(* p14est ions hov'e always3 been
he( soame1, inl the4 first ((entury'3 or thle
wentileth1. Theb4y arie unilver'sa --al Ike
n I lot tent 4t or Indu111. The Son
If God a nswe'rs them414. lIe ans1wers'
'Very clsion bot 2411o1) ri (a. lie Is (od
ralnsbite into 114 hineifanI hinguage-the24
rl4ssaigi of 4'ternal lov'e, undl~erstand-(1
ble to4 e'very3 i and4 1114oInguie. lHe
Is origin, Is des'tiny13, an~d all1 lIfe be
weenQI. IEv('ry soei' nieed, evecry' race
rob1lm, ever'y religIous hunger Is
nlv'ed and1( sa1tifled0 In Jesus. 1141 an-l
wvers the qluest Ion of the'4 fiutulre. "In
13y Fat her's hiouse are many113 mansionsn8
go to lpreilare a1 place for you41.1
'III come1 again andI receive youi unto
iys'elf that W14' wh r 11am there youl
my13 he also. Ye he0l'v ,in God(
IC~TICVJIC also4 In me." G1od has1 set
Is scal of applroval up~on ils Son1
nld aldmonishes5 us, "[lear ye lm~i."
The Straight Stick.
If a ('rooked1 stick is before us, yo~u'
0('d no4t explainf how (erooked It Is,
ny aI stra~iht 011e down by the side
l'It, and( tile work Is wvell done,41
rch4'I the0 truthI and1 err'oi' ill stantd
bashed( in its Lpresonce.--Sourgeon,
MRS. LULA VAN
Suggests to Suffering Women
the Road to Health
<on, Arkansas-"I used Lydia E.
Plnkham's Veaotable Compound for a
soreness in my side.
Iwould suffer so bad.
ly every month from
my wa t down that I
- - could not be on
eet half the time.
wasnot able to dom
work without help.
saw your Vegetable
tised m a newsper
and gave it a rir
trial. Now I am able
to do my work and
don't eveh havea backache every month.
I cannot p r a is-3 our Veget able Com
pound enough an dhighly recommend it
to those who have troubles like mine. I
am willing for those facts to be used as
a testimonial to lead all who suffer with
female troubles, as I did, to the right
road to health. "-Mrs. LULA VANN, Box
43, Fulton, Arkansas.
Its this sort of praise of Lydia E.Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, given by
word of mouth and by letter, one woman
to another, that should cause you to con
sider taking this well-known medicine, if
you are troubled with such symptoms as
painful periods, weak, nervous feelings,
imserabl e pains in your back, and can
not work at certain times.
Here is a woman who is so grateful
and glad to be relieved from a painful
and nerve racking physical condition
that she wishes to tell all sick women.
The Leisurely Unrighteous.
"Are there any noonslilners In this
part of the country?"
"Not any more," reiled Farmer
"Yoi -till tten oit?"
"No. They got rich and moved
Important to Mothers
Examino carefully every bottle of
CASTOl? IA, that faimous old remedy
for Infants and cildren, and see that it
[n Use for Over 30 ear.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
Wanted the Cheapest.
"'llow fliuch vas dose lh. r?
"Two for a mrr.
"Ilow mu111h for vuur'1,
"(3IfT I(. de flhimr vuin."-Yale Rec.
Dr. Peery's "Deadl Shot" not only expels
rIn Worms. Round worms and Tapeworm,
ut the mucus In the intestines which forms
their nesting-place Js thorcughly cleaned
Dut also. One doso proves its efficacy.
lintl--ih 1volyn1. di hII prolmet
last nuIt: Tell II whalti it was like?
'lyn--I )I, It was very simple.
eNVI(1 he4 beg.Ian he wns onI isI- knees,
31in41 whenl hw tilishedi I wvs 4)1 theil.
Backache Is a Warning!
IThose( agonizing I winges alcross thei
sin ll of the back, that dull.,ii thobbing4
rou1sii lif rI glected for1' i'tn
r , 'el. .stoie II inith kid
r ir 'enaioni drps or
- - . diene- if 3you are suf
- a ba bach.4k, havi~e dlizzy
- he'., ner'vousi, depnnn
har',de'redi kidlney action,
r'~warumng. Get~ affter tho
-) nq's Kielney Pill' In.
h - 1-14d. Tlhey should help
Y'- - 1Pyour neighbor!
A North Carolina Case
. rays4: "1 m
Horr-ne-.rs across4 my
hardly' brnd. I had
ftcrosst mfy hack
anid thr- netion of
may kidlneys~ was too free. Doan's Kid
nray IPills heipcd me right along until
my back wats strong and wvell."
Glet Dean'. at Any Store, oec a Bo:
D O AN' S ItIDN i,
POSTER-MILBURN CO., BUFFALo, N. Y.
Bright eyes, a clear skin and a body
full of youth and health may be
yours if you will keep your system
in order by regularly taking
The world's standard remedy for kidney
liver, bladder and urIc acid troubles, the
enemies of life and looks. JnueI ic
1696. All druggists, three sizosus. ic
Look for the name Gold Medal o vr o
and accept no imitatione
Keep Stomach and Bowels Right
brings astonleIng,gratifying result.
food and bxowels move as
they should at teething
time. Ctu.ranteedJ fre. U.'
from narcoties, opi. *
ents. Safe and