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ICLEANSE ITHE BLOOD
'Rheumatism Due to Bad Blood
Thousands have heen made well. Pe,
plie In the noorest health, suffering
from lRheutmatism, witht whom pain was
constant. Who believed tlat their vi
'tallty was sapped beyond rep1air. It
was proven to them that the cause of
'their trouble was the blood; that Urie
.Acid, the most faithful ally of ltheuma
tin, hai griied them. 'The poison
in the bloodl had sappel Its stretigth.
*The weakeneil blool hai allowel pot
* on and Impurities to neetumula te. and
all energy w: s gone. They felt "ioor
Jy," vere list lis. paitn wa.itVo- l' i -
-ent. with po tr <itigestion l dy1111sh1
'They triil S. S. .--tiatuin bioodl tonit .
'They gat. up tit.lrugs. T'his: cotnlourni
of ni ato's r m-il ii.: .t' 1 us :tin I h." rt
diii wlmii It ui(:s f i i to I t, . It 14t.r
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Penetrates and Heals.
Stops Pain At Once
For Man ard Beast
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Attorney at Law
Trompt attention given to all busliness
.Monthe to loan on lieal Estate
OWece Phone ^50 Residence Phone 9r
Ollic E'..imnons B3uilding
Spells of momentary blindness on
stooping or rising stludetnly, bad
breath and a tired, lazy feeling
are smptotms of a torpid liver
and a torpid liver is the prime
cause of mist of the serious dis
cases that a ffect the human body.
To gut rid of bilious impurities
and r-store activity in the liver
)ou netl a dose (if
DR. M. A. SIMMONS
Thc Old Orig!:wl I iver Pewdecr
r or' more tn y yeatr; thie'
by the li- pro l:- C ctuntry for*
andi b~wiels. It it a piowerft.
liver stnilaint, si mach andi
bowel purinier. It never fails to5
give results It ct~ins no alco
hol, no salts orn calomel, no sick
the stomach. It is a pure, whole
some, strictly hierbaI medicine
that acts qluickly and naturally,
' leaving the systemt cleansud and
healthful. J)r. M. A. Simmrons'
Liver Mledicine a. now put tup ini
a huadsomeu iithc,pi apheud tin box.
Asha for U-' Tn tox
Price 2; CentM
C. F. Simtmons Meciuno Co.
cf Wonder Interest
The nrrivat of a baby In thle hiousehok1
completely changes the entire aspect of
the future. Bunt In theo
mneanitine, during tho
- anxious period of ex
' peetancy, thero is a
upiendid remedly knownu
a~s "Mother's Friend"
- that does wonders. It
is for external use, re..
lieves the pains of
nerves, extends ltsq in
fltuene to the Internal
Iorgans and removes to
a great extent the ten
dency to worry andi ap
weension. It Is a natural treatment, safe
brthe mother, has no drug efreet whatso
ever and for this reason must exert a most
benedelal influience upon those functiona dl
rectly eonnected with motherhood. In a
very Interesting book the subject is freely
discussed and a copy will be mailed free to
all expectant mothers B radileld Regulator
Ce 406 Lamar Bdg Atlanta, Ga. Oet a
bs~.of "Mother's *rend" today of any
dr~s.Use as directed and you will theun
~w mothers for nearly half a centur
and recommended this splendidad
de fotherhood. Their letters are mesages
-e ihear- that, breathe comtort 1n evrr word.
DUEL O1 lNIQUE DARING.
Australian and Turk Fight. 1luel to
Death While Facing Euch Other in
L ondon, ,Jan. 22.-An amazing duel
between an Australian and a Turk is
(iuoted as an example of slicer reck
lessness by a captatio, who was oin
1 press representative with the
.tish in the Dardanelles.
You do," he \ rites "occasionally
come across men of the sadly-daring
sort, of whom any story might be
true. Two months ago an ollicer was
goilg along his section of fine trench
when he found a man standing up
head and14 shoulders above tle pa ra
:et with a trench of the enemy's not
three hltndred ya:'ds away.
It tirned out that he was having
a (Id Wilth a lurk. I do not know
by, v. lih 1 tilailnt systet of signaling
th .i a:.rant ed it, 1-ut (',!a-Ih one was
e.i a' shot at (lit ot ht'he, anid
heni ~ il in u Ihetre etore the oth
:- a v' next shotat t him. So they
.,,': it at ("tne. another t le th toen
Tit dn t'lhl se ti, d of the wrnchen look
di on ithrouch11 their per'iscopes and
oohland no doubt, TtI , urk were
1lookin: Ithrou;;h thevirs also.
"Thne olicer told the muan to stand
down i at onc1 e, anld not to be at fool.
The duellist stepped dlown when he
was I rdered to do so, but ,lhe moment
the ollicer had passed he n jmied up
a; rain and 'vent on with the ga me. Ills
ri val's shots had almost grazed his
ears--hoth skies were eagerly looking
on and observing quite honorably the
rules of the extraordinary game, when
the Australian fell hack in to the trtench
shot through the temple. The shot
('amie not from the 'l'Trk opposite but
from a distance to the south. \\'hile
the .\ ustralian was shooting soni oth
er lurk had shot him.
"'itiis ''urk who shot him was not
necssarily a had sportsmnan - certait
lv not a had shotlldtr. lrobably lie
did not know that any duel was pro
cerotin. ;Indl he was not bound to
honor i t if he did."
EAT WITHOUT FEAR
OF INDIGESTION OR
SOUR, ACID STOMACH
intant relief! " Pape's )iapepsli"
ends Your stomah troublle foreier.
Wonder What, upset. your stomach --
Which portion of the food did the dami
age--lo you? Weil, don't. hot tier. It'
you r stotmahel is in a revolt; if sour,
gassy and upset, and what you just
ate has feritented into stubhorn
luings; head dizzy and aches; helch
gases and acids and eructate undigest
id food; Ireath fIou, tongue coated ---
juist takc, . little ('ape's liipOp'sin amd
in flve iinutes olt wolder ia l bnie
calte of' (he lindl tij onl mnd <istress'.<,
.\illions ot' m1en and yomlent II v
kiow" that it is needless .o have a itatt
stomas h. .\ little 1)iapepsin oc casion
ally keeps this delitcattorgan ega ;.
ed an11d lh( eat th ire iav rite' t foo! i
\t itholiu h< ar.
tYolly ton h donisil'I take care -
'_" aIr libera:;l 1.Init wt houtl ro 1e'li. n
!t' your toon i' a dann: int :a a a
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44+ * 4 * * * * * * * 4' .. ..*.
.lat'r ii a Ic I . .\te rn-ol
I wiishi i Itlh k ytotu indl tlihiu youi,
d o ::v(jy t a tal of i t hreeiii
antv eit a fin-I iutf lurta iown
It ' a \ a i '; wtt e iu~a t us i t sthat
t Wte :it uiaE don ii hat ft'etrm alok:~'t'
.in".i i t ogii ll thel trati i lit boy,
hato ta'e do whe l ot otand whenathe,
si do'it know, (11 ye t I ts fw rs hm i a
the m i tV]at ampaongi adti bito et's
frae fopera, till her 111o a he we'dn
lie'a' pima donnrimat ha's(bnnen'anote
liotgh 'd lon ik I e ou init te lle
ina Itoh .ak a~ whtole otend' one. the
ws ting "Omes and i flwere a
ltenlse fttesiteivaided Sanburg lt's
fair( fot O pethr and maysh trle till
I hiugha 'gdbelkh old fwarer IIe i
seasto ang "loh!d Would ''h wereic a
wre. au simha lien ad!"ant
L~et's hear now what Mr's. ial and
Mrl s. Weathters have to say. 'Tell Dad
dy (as lie was so kind as to say hte'd
fallen in love wIth Aunt Wate sight
unseen) that If anythog hap~penls we
don't get off that always recmember
"Ilstance lends enchantment,"
Always your loving,.
THRONGS GATHER IN "ZONE"
Part of the Great Exposition That
Has Strong Attraction for the
Majority of Visitors.
In the later evening the throngs
naturally drift to the Zone, where the
rollicking sense of humor of the
Amiuulcan people asserts itself. The
Midway of Chicago and the Pike at
St. Louis is appropriately christened
the "Zone" at San Francisco.
There are the Fagdl auto trains,
long jaunting cars with seats side
way, propelled by a magic little auto.
The passengers view the building first
on this side and then on that-a sitn
pl idea that has already made a for
tune for the inventor, with a nane
where the letters seem "pied." There
are no weary marches to see the ex.
Position of 1915, so conipact and so
convenient are the little automobile
trains, to say nothing of the tiny rail
road reaching all parts of the ground.
The tendency of the expositionter of
today 1. to neglect to enter the build
ings and see the exhibits which In
the:oslves represent the trenendous
progress since former expositions.
The historie declaration of William
\lelInley at iluffalo that "expositions
are the timekeepers of progress" is
The first plae0 I visited was the
"Pnanma c' 'nal" with Congressinan
Kahn and wife, where, seated on a
moving platform traveling over a
quarter of a tulle with a telephone at
my ears telling me this point and
that, I saw the canal again as vividly
as if looking down from llalboa
heights. Even after two visits to
Panama, this attraction was most fas
cinating, as the boats passed through
the locks and across the lake with
every light, shoal and mountain re
vealed.-"A Trip Overland--The Ex
position," by Joe Mitchell Chapplo, in
SANITY IN MUSICAL WORLD
War Has Failed to Produce the Dis
cord That at One Time Seemed
Sure to Come.
Summing up of the muusical year
has beg un --thougi the drums, iires,
tr'umts1n and bands1 inl certain of our
parks are stimiutlating tle public spir
its and keejpiig up the populaIr eln
'rgy. On the wholo we have been
generous. Alr. Percy Scholes' list of
literned musicials contains no alien
coIlposers and Pterformers in English
prisons. But harmony was split.
13rodsky (of Manchester and lIitsesia)
was caught in Germany, Richter re
nounced his IEglishu honors, Kreisler
went to tight for Austria, and Lainond
was shut up at Ruhleben. Ilarmony
was disturbed. In England the war
threatened for a mnoment to banish
the music mie in Germany. Ilut
sanity prevailed. Wagner could not be
banished. The iRoyal I'hilhar:nonic re
fused to abolish the bust of lieetho
von from its place before the orcles
traii-- poas iibly becaus 1ketI) huven 'S aa
costry was provol to be Flet.ish.
IBach and Iirahins have had their cele
bration upon i'aglislh strinigs and wiad.
Aid rightly!--Lmndtnl Chronicle.
Awakening of Chinese Women.
-11::: I tat l'Ii!!i:more of i'eking,
Sieaklin i at ;a1 ( ni r.ne(o'( of lni ssion
unis : h ;. -on 11' s tn lii t le ti:.
sc:ols si i Is idgh inI e fu-il :O
creul. r'eirha res tnour toi up
bht anl wh~eiler :,5 this waIsdcorn
lthakt toe(i l espo JalIan. Ill mis
siostry work botth~l orisi evuntryan
Amica n miion ael doi muchll
fO teewrnn ( aV l thC hIstia
chool letasesb ahe si arcil
lookiorro hileuln thm lywill not
taeublim Teram Pis to (I)ltrainheir
bowels i t e'rs, as ite~ is onsire
thaot. the thine wotue wIll o
fal r yor valuab s lesor cnosngelv
ising l~fth lownl utols thacn' culd
or dan ywno other coun.n' l Ill t iV
perfctlys harmlss, andk iaofew lclean.
andferlninr ashell nl mv
oA ofxte boldyouhae a c cild
tomorrow.chil agidrn AImholyg 'inot
takle cleaning"ro i' to allt thtis
bow esll. Ihsic i be egd uprs tht
waset, give oll any sikneshstoa.
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