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SO'I STOMACH. they drive out the poisonous gases that
- - icalse fermentat loll of food anld thioi
Mo-1-na Pu ,ho Stomuach in Fine oigiv clean, renovate and strength
Nhaple in ive 31iinutes. il t oIIU(i so that it Can readily
If yotur stoinach is co itnually kick- ael i t l ad.
Ing Ip a disttrbaice; you feel bloated Ieed 10 end I ud igestion. acilto oi ciron -
and distressed; if you belch gas and lec or money back. This means that
s Our 'md into the mnou th, then you nerVousness, dizziness and hilousness
ne Wd All-o-na Stomach Tablets. will disappear. ruggists every
l-na stl'"-ich tablets give instant where and tAurens Drug Co. sells Ali
rcteh, o! cotrse, bit they (0 more; o-na.
Keep WRIGLEY'S In
mind as the longest
hastiny confection r ou
car buy. Send it to
the boys at the f iront.
,ie or onom
nevuses dizies anIlioins
a 5 e aae of WRIGLEY' S
v !ivPe you severa( days* enjioy-Na
m c.-AT:'s an nvestment in benefit
c ) at. i~q,?asure, for it helps8=11
th oy athe front
a Ttite, digestion.
N Alter Every Meal
Chuvo 9sMe vrv el""
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HENRY FOURTH OF GERMANY
King's Troubles In Helping to Rule the
World Included Much Suffering
Of all the .wrangling monarchs who
had a part in running the worll during
the Infancy of government none was
more picturesque than Henry IV of
Germany. And he suffered perhaps
the greatest humiliation that ever was
visited upon a king, writes a historian.
Gregory VII became pope in the sev
enth <ecade of the eleventh century.
The election (lid not please Henry In
the least. Under the pilfered title of
Roman king hp claimedi a share In pa
pall affiuirs and (lid not propose to be
treaited lightly. But Gregory perstlad
ed him to confiri his elevation. Then
dissension broke out between tile two,
anl Itenry's iprtisans unseated the
pope, who retired to Canossa, in the
Gregory retallated on 1lenry by
wieldling tlhat most powerful weapon
of th e clutrc-exconIIunlien tioin. This
('(astlng out (if the ftilth wats the Inlost
fearell or all fates in aitielent (Iays, aiid
evell Iieiry's close tldvisers fell away
froin lii. The king fa'ed the storin
bravely enough, but things went
agitinst him and he deciled to pro
pitlate Gregory. So, in the Ilidst of
winter lie crossevi the Alps, a truly pro
ligiolis unidertaking in those times, and
presented bhinself hefore the castle
where Gregory was staying, asking au
<eivnce. At first Gregory refusel, but
then Consented on conltion that I len
ry diistiss all his it tendliits mid( enter
alone. Thel( Germnnn compiliel andl
<uitteid his suite ito go lusiit the walls.
Further onl ht, euiie ito a second gate,
where het was told thalt the( pope hail
orelrel bfi lldivestel of all ils regal
ol'Iianieits tind clothling before proceetl
Ing. Hlenry reliettintly consented, alt
recelvel inl exihanige i tourse wtoen
tunile. Weariing tIlls, hIte passed through
the gate, thinking Ilis' trouibles over.
But there reni2nel a ist gate an11 a
final Irtil. F'or three Iliys nlii nights
he w%-Is kept stand1 ig outside tlit' gate
in severe weather, fasting froi inorn
Ing until night. At (the entl of that
(line Gr('egory finally hold the king
uisheretl before h1 i n1111l1 agreedi to lift
Ile hanl if hlenry wouhl consent to it
truce bet weeni themil, 111n(hi disticltly
onl (t pope's terruls. To thi.4 Ilenlry
agreed a1nl was restored to ile Church.
le left soon a fter, iirsing his hatred
for (Gregory and1 (Itteriil to siunre
llecolmt.<. Thils lei to ilte Iope iolil
nin a111111ther prince for Llnry's
thronie l2( to e'Illelis warfarl'. The
kinl." was excorn)inuIIInined ; svemtll
t1itu 1211 ('4012 himed uinntler I h hanl most
11 his 2 r'obiIloUs lif'. 1hre Iute Iw'II
fvw ins-tata-evs of at lino'inreb uIler-go-!
ing any silh huniliationl its that It ex
perieicell, st111dln., tIlsitde lilt 121 1"s1
door for three (hlys in freezing wenthker.
ENIOY THEIR WALRUS FEAST
Eskimos Have Solid Repast When One
of These Big Creatures Has
Anm ing thI,, Sillith 81ur111l triIo. of
C~~~~ 421 1i 111;111( .l h:lif'S Miu(!:g /Aino.
<le I2 441 r' f Iu 1 . ,S a IysI1I(2: I I zbumh
(-t o :i 1-tp1 to lar 1 t .f I IT hanies 1 l nzine.
t! li'jputeleil. bi: 2,1(1jun-ponI :nt
1n '.i t l' I ten ffi <'- l ' 4!.. 'I nd
1(1 '< 1 il : f 111r I t l';i!- l I:- 44' 4\'44,1
th.. '''': trunk la e hur el utop- a p ilt' Iofl
ree!imi~ 41 u t V4'' l e le o th e flit' iii
<blt '5 -a il
lta I - --no-n ' f it'n 144u Ite l 14 flp e l h (
th en~ I ure~4- 4. 111li 2 th- 4 frim aI f a (2it rb.
Th2e2 (2r. -itu's -- otu) t u nylS Mei'
tu i s :v2rn' ;rnIIlt- of11 8into .~'- < Sne ri
ife' kniel' an141 the24' ylbm-g IIuiny brothly
1'os4n :1< li ee ' 4f11. - 'umters. In 11'ni-e
lf1 fi rn l I ii I -. t albiW 0 ee 4t Inushyk
bwhift l ( of hei pu 'lls Iv half li 4'steil2
Ityl his(4 thuI te postio. nlm
L1-hakonser Are boiarkwihed. g
nOvr 1h(XIaIrem1y4be1en'rl vour'(' rae
13', n a re22 ni(1nnut4i2 full. 2 1r rle i e sktn
12rnin 5440 neIs.1 ' 12 " lroer, 2 bii of flit'
Is uk-to1224'm f" ( te it' ll'lioii, 5(art)
r it' "s iIa g zl le u . Presetl y oi- (e
ltrs' wi4h12 b I in~ii 12 2't'tIknd u 1 1 '3. lirn
gl in fron Iit'C(i1 a' foo r Ito,'u of thiek,
whte02 wii pU int' ~Tilii tL itshot
lon ofblt. Mporin l'g5u1t,1' '1114 In
libttl lng iithe iit ont) rece
ly.u wnel n 4eliioa m.farein y
By VINCENT G. PERRY.
Copyright, 117, by the cClure Newspa
It Was Just another of Elle's disap
poiltnients, but it seemied harder than
the rest. Slh' had built so mucl on
the success of her first attempt at
Illr'ectili an alainteur theatrical pro
duction anit now shIe wis faced with
failure. It was the night of the see
on( reheatratl-so wretched an afinir
tht.i site was sure she would have to
Shbe was roused from her thoughts
by the sound of the outer door open
ing. A 1111n11 stood in the doorwuy.
"Am I lite for the reliearsal, Miss
MA''ittosh?" Ile asked aIs he stepped In
stie. It was Mr. Sterling, the inis
ter's 'college chum, who was spendling
a few weeks tit the rectory.
"I aim sorry, it is all over. You
proinlsed to come and see that thing's
got aliong all right, Mr. Sterling."
"I hoped it would 1e better." She
"Tha1,1t is too ba)1l," he consoled. "Ilow
voulid it he If I helped you in eanest.
I hn21(l at little experiice In IaIIiiteur
the:ilrlie:ls when I went to college."
"Why ciwii't I think of it efiore?"
she exclhelv. "\Vill youl play the
"I'll ha ve to hear th lili.v before I
ConlSett-suppII ose youl read It to) mle
'I'hey ftuII nel seo- clost to the stage
and Ellit. (onniuln'Il renling. I~is
eyes nve'r eft her fice for ilt n listilt
but slit' wa s so engrossei III the lines
tliat i <ii not ntitle him. After tin
ho1)11r, of xi ''a'ly re:1ling Etile closed
1th1. b1o14)k. St'rlinig cwaiebl her clo'sely
for a innmil n tit 11d t 'hn x11lini1l enr
nestly, "Gul ong" infy, yvtt hnve till
"Than11k yetm." E-:(lie Inu1gheel. "\Vill
yol plh-1y til' part of Itilolph?"
"I dlo 't like IIt pily." he 1 nnuniiciii'ed.
"I haiv a coopy of a time10h filner one
mii iiy 11riinik. If you wIll ei'ninge to
it I will h' iol to take' the l'ainiaig
role Io nn l ter is it splonflbl p1r1 InI It
forl. youi--a p'arl it) fit ymuir tlent iore
than 11t on'e iI thi' play."
Tl play w:is bett'er 1han1 1-: lle had
ininginiledl a play (.411b4 bw. The. p.1rt
.inist suitel her 1m it she feareil 'sho
could not (to it Ju11stI Ie. SteInv IIIg
brii Owl thi f irs ahld uinl nt week
tr r'hearsals were well on Ithe way
As the ii:0o sett fir the Pl -f1rftrIImnce
was' hoi to b4 a hi:f uale',ithere
(h1111.-rs 14o tunkeit lift. 11111nrg
ii:iIr I : I in othe lini's. Sit' kIwI hIs
riiitiistus w'er giv'n Jhuisi wvilt-re t hey
were,1 ne1141h 4 :111d it hoellnii her. t41 ma1ke
hl r pasri w lhat sill. ki1-w It sh141111bl lbt'.
lIt( wfl nt 11thr 1-11:Ih his ) own ar like it
I I' II I o I ' I If I i I II I : tal tI li ke I
\0 w:tt 11it was thei'r filr her,
.l ,14'-ll 1ii w ptv leretl.
T'he a ll-inpoinni I igt'Sht ar id
Etlie' \s rearain luh- heir x'irrv
hSt.ii W'n- i- t st 'i at tilxrear
sldt'gs i t1 ith big t lit fnry
:tIli-t u il I l li. Ixc I IIl teit. (i'
En w, n lthastle'fil 14.t thhi n1 his
in-i setin l to hi o ev'uinguat h i nil rhe
had'; to lt give up t' d~resstfor t' fit
Th'ey liin io nt lup a wii'ntfull holie
wa'' ot i n lin-r art. heit i who
was inlin i-iih-i I' hull wasno the con.
Svtrlig ithi~l~ wa tidtshe iti rae
hear'ts.d heir~u wa ll th erurtrn of th
ciiay. ovis hetig x 'wash wriou erltih
relie thaitt give it't ipure ht er to
greter ''fort. Thei w''dpfplas tte
sotual il lhrush tete ~u i tui the n
clutsio ofx lth'et ntf ti In- hae evor
wtere i apprcilt e andxl thIy was ta.
biuccets. Curyinin eal cftr urtain all
A fteri it was all o-*vriu and l-uw1 had
Iiartly nwnkene irom thespllitha
iat~ otver hero- -tki 2 sheough out Stirlg
lift' dI lot ve erd tit youh o gi
hatht ebl or gihe a chyncI to
spad o You dhie ieo wmIl erfly littleh
gir Thrt-histien wasi oneHfl t'he
p'u re a eals oforko n have leer
crenk St iu'l the wuishus wslr mak
Ih llu lv'to yel tilt'e efores,"
"1th tht youtrnail-lyeou juetin f
Fetleing.b these nu way."'r' coe
bluhii. AreYou wert so rwrynrf''
"TNy notnb It.' amigld myo mk
not It'll toe yor- -sin wou neve arry
1n in ara Iant? hve'i'edt lovi'l youn
inredrt." . he stavnered. asmle
"It rase heer lim or terst rnemy
li.qT. v o n Iwn o og
Suffered Several . )
lWADE ME WEf7b
Mrs. Elizabeth Reuther, 1 1lth
St., N. W.. Washington', D. C wries: andby
"I endorse Peruna as p
medicine for catarrh a ch
trouble, from which I a red sev. . a
eral years. I took It for several Cold.
months, found 'my health wae re.Cod
stored and have felt splendidly ever V.
since. I now take it when I con
tract a cold, and It soon rids the sys- Those who object to liquid medi
tom of any catarrhal tendencies." cines can procure Peruna Tablets.
O W E N BROS. MARBLE
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WANTED TO BUY BAGS
All Kinds of Second Hand Bags
Such as those that have been used
for corn, oats, bra , cotton seed meal,
chicken feed, etc. Will buy fertilizer
sacks if they are asend in good
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