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*A ('0LIE L. STEVI-NS
*Departed this Life October , a i
-a * huma y I f i n
ii.-- Vad (to: : r. I-ut
hit .vf I avlh itle . ichihl o iv
S \ni b.. -- . blood1 was :oured
oult hat the joys of a mother's love
fhilish words of a
hall(-!'. 1v4r b a itng
f.i lvo (Ae
fnin us n t a homte where
ndm sorrtowv are' unknown.
( tn lub-r . 1' v l . lotn
- n td s n k. I -'Iula y! af it
dra;d in the sta1s aii stries iewa
" Ars 11ac Tlft'. flowl She.- G)ot t
Oil t \i~o2 , 1. 1, 1 tit eJo sif . 11 ..r' love
1 . R1.1 oat- n ap ." wod 01 (
"Ilave always fearedi rats. Lat clI
'loti ed many On mi.y farmh. A Ileiugh.
-or said he jntt got id of drtoves witI
RAT-SNAP. This started me thinking
Tried IAT-SNA P tmyself. It killed 1
adl seared thet test away." RATl-SNA 1
comes in three s i5c. (i e ar
S1 .25i. Soldl and guiaranteedi by Laut
rens liardware Co., Puitnam's Dlru.
Store, andl Kenn ersd Bros.
You Do More Work,
You are more ambitious and you get most
enjloyment out of everythin'g when yoni
blood is in good condition. Impurities Ir
the blood have a very depressing effect or
the system, causing weakness, laziness
nervousness and- sickness.
3ROV'S TASTELE!SS Chil TONK
restores Energy and Vitality by Purifying
and Enriching the Bllood. When you fee
its strengthening, invigorating effect, se
how t brings color to the cheeks and ho
It improves the appetite, you will the:1
appreciate Its true torIc value.
GROV[E'S TASTELESS ChIll TONIC
is not a pat? nedicine. It is simptl
IR1ON and QUININE suspended in Syrup.
So pleasant he e cidrei like it. Th
o'id no Qnine to Purify it and iRON
'. Enrich it. These reliable tonic prop
e.ties never fall to drive out impurities ir
The Stren ating Power of GROVE'S
TASTELS Chill TONIC has made it
the favorite tonic in thousands of homes.
More than thirty-five years ago, folks
wouod ride a long distance to get GROVE'S
TASTELISS Chill TONIC when a
member of their family had Malaria or
needed a body-building, strength-giving
toe. t The formula is just the same to
day, and you can get it from any drug
store. 60c per bottle.
i ota p at ===ice itI sml
The Joy of'
-is unknown to ihe man
who is suffering with indi
Nobody knows it better than
If only he would try
he'd find rclief.
Trhis mineral walter doesR not
do the digesting for the
stomach, hut makes the
stoma'-h secrete its OWn Ip
sin and paincreatin in a suf
ficient quantity to care for
all the food it recciveo.
Read about the mani who,
after sutffering for twenty
years, found a pernianent
.cure in Sul-Fe:ro-RId. is
story, with that of inathers,
is given In the uooklet
which will bn mailed at
- your request.
Liberal bottle $t.Ci (6 for
$5.o() at anyi> ,tlu A.toAc, or
maliled portIpaidI uiponiI irceit
THlE SUL4-FERR~4OJO CO.
Dhesk A Montgomery, Ala.
SLANG IN CLASSIC
Pages of Cervantes Full of Col
Variety of Terms by Many Thought t4
Be Modern Can Be Found in
"Don Quixote" and in Ra.
"They now spurred on toward th
Inn, and soon overtook on the roa(
a young fellow, beating It on the hoo:
pretty leisurely." "No, no, it shal
never be sald of mile, the enten brent
Is forgotten, or that I thouglit 11
working for a dead horse, biecause ]
am paid In advance." Extracts fron
ai recent western novel? Bly no men!"
quotations from a world classie writ
ten 400 years ago.
In a recent reading of "Don Quix
ote" I have been struck by th fac1
that it Is a vast storehiuse of whal
we fondly believe to lie Amerleni
slan-. And this Is not by any twist
Ing of the sense: the terims are use!
i strictly in their modern significance
It is true that I do not read the boo,
in its original tongue, but the trans
lation is that of ['eter Anthony Mlot
teaix. and was made more than 20(
years ag6, so that it has a fair de
rree of antiquity. This liugueno
iierclirt, who set4led in London aftei
the revocation of the Edict of Naites
picked up1) ia remlarkable kiowledge o:
hornly. IdloniatIc English, nnd hhl
language Is always racy of the soil.
"a'ike it from me, youl will los
your labor," says the Knight of thi
Sorrowful (not Rueful or Woeful it
Muittetaux) Countenace to Donna Rod
riguez, ald this Is one of his favorit
phratses. "I had a ni d to cabbag
some of his cloth." confesses the tallo
broight before Sancho its governor o
his khinud of liarataria for judgment
Whien Altisidora sang her inock sere
ii:aile to Ile inici'rupti iie and unyleld
lig kiight. she dleclared herself a "vii'
gin pulhl-t,' a "ieder chileken," ani
thotldht thit Dnllnen "well may bra
of such a kid." "I had not cared
pin tholugh she had died of the pip,
was Sanclo's illosop liy, and he heg
his master not to "die merely of thv
'ile siluire complains that lie ha:
been "riiriioasted by above f-iur hun
dred Aloors," and admitted that It wn
not. for "such scrubs as myself" to b
mentioned ite same day with knights
Although by his own admission i
mere clown, Sancho says, "I knov
what's wihat, and have always take;
care of the min chance." lie tell
his master that the latter "had th
wrong sow by the ear;" his 'bell
cries cupboard ;" he is "cocksure ;" h
believed that the giant in the adver
ture of the wine skins had "gone t
pot,"'and lie reproached the knight to
not "going snacks" In his beating
One of the galley slaves would hiav
gone free for 20 duents "to hav
greased the recorder's fist." The do
chides his niece that she should "pre
sume to put In her oar and censiar
the histories of knights-errant."
Motteaux finished Sir Thomas Urqu
hart's partial translation of Itabelalh
The Frenchinan and the doughty Scot
tish cavalier had equal knowledge o
Anglo-Sixon colloquialisms, and wer
enni one flaindiore racy, puingenit, dlowni
right Eniglish than in these two mnaste
tnrnslatlons?-Frank W. Hloyt in Nev
York Ev('ning Post.
Flying Fox Australian Pest.
The flying fox has appiea red in Sonu
Aust ra lia as a newu frit pest. F'arni
ers havi e killed quite a number o
these 'r(eatuires. A correspondlent n
lng somue crows, whilei maruinI
amongst the biushies near' the 011le tam
get, put uip a flying fox, which took I
direct course for te river, abiout 1
mile dlistant. The crows followed, hu
when the fox looped ft'heoopi aimfongs
them they quickly flew in another di
rection. The flying fox appeared to h
niearly f3 feet wuide across the wing!
It had a fair amount of speedl on th
wing andI much resembled a bat." Th
flying fox, so-called because of its fox
shapei(d hen d, has been previousl;
found in oilier parts of Australia an
is sometimes known as the fruit bat.
An Everlasting Memorial.
Nature has a great part In this last
ing anid beautiful memaoriil, thi)t is t
be 'rec'tedl to the local service men01 I
the city of San Monica, Cal. It I
to be a large open-air theater, unm
wvili take fte convenitionail Greek foi'r
withI '0i 5et aanged ini conce'ntric tier!
the orchiestr'al areai in the center an<
piilla red stauge at the haottom of th
slope. As in the c'onve'nt ional then
ters of ncient Gr'ew-e, the site an<
huackgrounud will be a beautIful woadel
The level area In the center will b
floored with mosaie stone wo'(rk. 'Phi
beaut ifuli tribute to the serviec' mae
wvill, no dloubt, he the piridle of the cit!
senbs of this city for many years t
Division of Income.
"In may opinion," writes a wifi
"there is onily one satIsfactory arraing
ment which a young couple enn maki
and1( that is to take flhe weekly iocomn
and dlividle it into separate sums, somni
thing on the following lines-rent an
taxes, charities and church collectioni
doctor, dlentist, etc., holiday fund an
savings, an equlal sumr for' pocket mor0
ey for encli of the young couple, a
equal rumn for dress for each. My hiu
band and 'I have been wedded over si
yeat, ':.ad have two honny childrem
but we always divide our weekly ii
f com in thia' was ".-Hantily Ainterh
WAR BE QUTLAWEID I
Republican Candidate Wants United
States to Take Lead for Permanent
Peace. Several Important Confer.
.larion, Ohio, Sept. 3.-Hope that
the United States will take the lead to
"outlaw war" and secure the perman
(t peace of the world, was voiced by
Senator Harding today Iin a speech at
a hoiecomiing clbration at Mlunt
Giles, Ohio. a country town In h is na
Addressing a crowd fron a strcet
booth. where mieibeis of the Ameri
can I.egoi were soliciting funds for
ihome for their local post, the Repub
ichanlI ioinei e dc(l (lari he.Xa w :
to do anything hsort of surrenderint
the nation's independence to attain
world (olncord. He inalntained that ac
ceptance of the league of nations as it
was wiitten, however, would involve a
aritt'e ( t: : naltityv whIfh no frifni
of lteace should advocate.
The candidiate' alsio delalred the na
tion inust show "practical. helpful I gen
(rosity'' to the formeri' soldier, addi ng
that it was unfair to impose universal
service ulests therIC was to he an ade
qunat e expiessioln of g rat i tude withli the
rettrn of pace.
'le speecl was the second deliver'
ed by Senator Harding today, his posi
tion in support of cooierative agree
iii'ntis for, tarmvrs h:.i)n been out
ned a few hours be:( I- in a Short
'Iik Iere to : i ( Iittee to the Na
tlonal onrd of F arm Organizations
epresenth tousands ouf farmers
throti.:hout the count ry. Coopertative
iarlting, lie said, would be the first
praclt ical ste-: that could be taken to
reduce tlie cost of living.
I)trin: the day, the nominee took upiP
several otler impoltI'ant issties in talks
v it tli1 ica1 l 11-alers, onte of his con
f rt net i ringing togttlier hetv' for
the first, tiit representatives of all
lIetiblicains divided during lea~une
ratifieution 1ight. Oin his front porch
(b11 1 it: i afemrnoon he talked over
te siltlultion with .tnator Knox. of
l'en,1n., an irreconieilable. SeInator
Splitnet:'. of Missouri,. a iild reserva
tionist and Senator- Town~send, of
.\*ih.;.an, who stood diuring the light
- with tile Iliddle gIound g rou p led by
Senat or Lodge.
Senl or Knox, who w ih .\'s. Knox
iad spe:. the night a the Harding
tomne, departed just before the can
lidate left for M1ount Gilead, but Sen.
tor Spencer and Townsend took the
0 mile automobile ride with the nom
nee and made short speeches at the
onie-coming celebration. Senator
P e careful bi
the 30 x:
sizes, is b
~ I ingly low
If youi ov
I sizes,1 go
dy*a *~gcCr *2312 ""x
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Spencer issued a statement later say- '
Ing that the people of Missouri were
determinedly opposed to the "Wilson- 1
eox league of nations." -
Other callers at Senator Harding's
oico today included Harry M. Daugh- I
erty, of Columbus, a member of the 1
Destruction of your pro
destruction by decay an
You arc carrying fire in
you anrainst possible los
Paint efrorcds positive prc
against dceny and dtceriorv
sides it. incrCases the valuc
to its appearanice.
For every surface that need
or stained, you'll find a Pe<
will give you lasting'sa isfact
centur:y of reputation or hi
Pce Gee Trademark.
Ask us for FREE Paint Boo t "I1
for Color Cartis, or -write di ect tc
ny of U
bargain tires, made
4lsales and offered at
'w prices, do not
far more concernec
r get than with wha
ise they know that
performance and no
ers actual tire econoi
ilarity of Goodyear T
3-, 30 x3%/- and 31x
esed on the fact tha
m 13 F rd, Chevrolet
er 9ther car' taking
:o your nearest Servi
oocdyear Tires and Go
Jyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost no more t
are asked to pay for tubes of less merit-wi
pg when such sure protection is avaliab1
tepublican campaign committee anm.
rake L. Harmon, National Committee
nan from Oklahoia,-Charles S. Bar
ett, of Georgia, president of the
Iarmers'.Union, headed the farm dele
ration and explained tile farmers' need.
o the noininee.
perty by fire. is renote,
d neglect is- certain.
surance, which protects
3, but docs not prevent
tcetion and insurcs you
tion by the elenits, be
cf your property ad adds.
s to be painted, varnished
Gee Paint or Finish thlat
:ion at lowest cost. I-Talf a
ghest quality is behind the
ines and How to Paint Then," also
., Incorprnitd, Louisville, Ky.
iash the prlce
y risk costly