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LAURLENS DRUJ. CO.
To Stop a Cough Quick
tako HAYES' HEALING HONEY, a
Cough medicine which stops the cough by
healing the inflamed and iuitatod tissues.
A box of GROVES 0-PEN-TRATE
SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and
lCroup)Is enclosed with every bottle of
HAYES HEALING HONEY. The salve
should be rubbed on the chest and throat
-of children suffering from a Cold or Croup.
Twhe healing effect of Hayes Healing naos.*In
sid the throat combined with the heeling effect of
Grove' -Pen-Trate Salvo throegh the pores of
the akin soon stops a cough,
Both remedies are packed In one carton and the
cost of the combined treatment Is fo.
Just ask your druggist for HAYES'
In Attractive Case
Satisfaction C ranteed
or Money Rfun
This offer f a limited
Remit by money order
or cash---(no stamps)
Frad Razor Co.
New York City
Wonder. for Me,".
Declares This Lady.
S "1 suffered for a ong,
Siap~n~t ~ Spruce
Sfially got to tbplace
Swhore it was ani tlet for
mne to go. 1*01 have
uly side anciback ---s
L~mm3~&JlsBvere across my
bcand down I( n my
side t.here was a ,great
deal of sorenaess. II was
nervous and easily p
The Woman's Tonic
"I*~ heard of Cardul and ~
decIded to use It," con
tinues Mrs. SImpison. "I~,
saw shortly It was bene -
fiing me, so I kept It upI~
and It did wonders for .
me. And sInce then I9
Shave been glad to pralse
Cardul. It Is the best
woman's tonic made/*~,
SWeak womett needa
tonic. Thousands an d~i
thousands, like Mrs.
Slmpson, have found
O ardul of benecIlt toihem.
Try Cardul for your trou-.
Prinoipatities of Europe That
Seem a Joke.
Free and independent, Though Not
Much Larger Than Many Counties
In the United dtates.
Historic background for Monte Car
IQ's nntional-and international
place in the economic scheme of
things seerns to have been discovered
at last. A survey of the "littlest pow
ers" by the National Geographical so
ctOty, just pubUshed, finds that Theo
dore the Groat was a man of most
delightful manners at dice." He
alone of N uropean conquerors, it adds,
gave Monaco respite from wars.
'1'heodorie must also be conceded
the title of "good sport," even in
these modern timee,. for the geogra
phers have found thlis omnment on
"It Theodoric loses, he laughs; he
is modest and reticent if he wins."
But they could find no smaller na
tion to replace MonAco pa the littlest
power of the world, at least terri
torIally. speaking. Its eight square
miles, completely covered with gam
Ing tables ip popular fancy, is un
matched down the scale, its popula
tion of 23.000 defies comparison. Im
ports inclujdo visitors, 2,000,000 of
them in 1913; revenuee come from
visiting banc rolls, it appears, and
exports are chiefly bulging pockets or
San Marino, completely surrounded
by Italy, stands next with 38,000
square miles, the geographic experts
state, and is remarkable chiefly be
cause it has virtually no police force.
Reason for this is found In the retir
ing and peaco-loving disposition of the
good saint after whom the little re
public is named, for, having finished
helping oppressed Christians to wall
in the city of Rimini, San Marin re
tired to this spot, so the legend goes,
to solitude and simple living, and
taught his people to make war only
Andora, a bit of Spain, 101 square
miles in irze and 10,000 feet in air,
in the heart of the Pyrenees, is en
rolled with the little powers. It is
ruled by a first syndicate and smug
glig is the national topic of conver
sfttlen, it is asserted, and this route
between France and Spain is said to
have been much patronized during the
war in that way.
Then there is iUchtensiin, sixty
five square miles, surrounded by
Switzorland and Austria, which finds
it unnecessary to have any army at
all, since 1880.
Luxemburg, well and favorably
known to the American soldiers who
tramped through it en route to the
Rhine; the occupied zone along the
great German river and Turkey in
Europe, reduced to the environs west
of Constantinople, also are noted
among possible "little powers;" but
one name has been dropped from the
roll, Montenegro, now part of the
kingdom of Serbs, Croats and
Enter the Rouged Ankle.
Introducing a new fad for nillady
Not content with carmine lips andl
blushing pink cheeks, latest rasions
have decreed for ankles of a dlelicate
ilnk. At Second street arnd Blroad
way, the "advance guard" of Los An
geles' elite made her appearance the
other (lay with spider-web hose and
her ankles tinted a delicate pink.
Mere men gasped and halted as the
vision, attired in the most fashion
able garh, alighted frym a street car
and unlblusingly made her way
through the throng that quickly gath
T'here was nio mistake--the ankles
were rougedl fund the young womal~n,
according to miodistes, wars hut the
first of the tisiusandis of yoDung womI
en whlo will take up the fad.-Los
Ellery S-edgwick, thei Il's't on editor,
detests the best-seller type of no~v-list
and aivalIs Ilmsel f oif every op portu
alty to rap be-st seller-s over the
Air. Sedgwie , at a Gamtuhrlue~ ten,
w~as apl1)roach -l by a hest-se-ller nov
"Say, ol mani," the hest seller be
gait, "I'll be0 sendinug you a thling or
two of mine one of these days.I
supos P100you know aboui: t he succoess
Qf my best yarn? No? Well, by gosh,
hsl, trmanslarted into French, GeL1rman,
Slimnish and ChInese."
"Why don't you get somnebody to
translate her Ipto English?" saId Mr.
Woman's Responsiblo Positioni.
M~iss Sophlie 11. iiliaant Is the 0only
womni among RIx personsu~u handllling
a for-elgn exchange dlepairment in thist
countrmy. She ima age's suchi a der-I
nment in the ofile of the Cincinn itl
representatIve of the (Gunaranty T1rust
comnpanfy of New Yor-k. One- hundtlredi
andui thi rty-Iive banks, mteri-ianrts, and
moanufa':ctur-ers dependhu~ on Mi ss lilamantI
for theIr daIly IuformatIon .ahout for
eign exchuange rates.'.
mologist$, states that there is everyv
plirospect of a serIous p'lague of gras.+
hiOppeirs in the we.-ternu lprovince thIs
year. As matny as 3,000 gursshtopper
eggc piar r~quanre foot have been found
In Ms al oba, and larige numbers also
in the oilher pranire proviuces.-Mon.
treali FamIlyv lierald.
Waiter Takes Issue With Old,
Keep Rolling Until a Good Place to
Stop I* Found, is'Advice He
"The rolling stone," we are impres
siv6ly told, "gathers no moss." But
who suggests that moss is a desirable
article to accumulate? Uncle Dudley
writes in the Boston Globe.
One of the penalties of being young
is having it dinged int6 our carb:
"You ought to settle down."
When ought I to settle down? At
eighteen? At twenty-flvy'? At thirty
tlvel It "settling down" is taken to
mean what it means on most lips one
Ought never to sotde down at all, For
on nost lips "bettilng down" means
nothIng more nor less than stale stag
Pvery intelligent reader knows that
many, if not mosU of his luckiest finds
have come while browsing along the
book shelves. To be sure, one needs to
know how to use a library; hoiv to
cboose a tople and uAe catalogues and
indexes to dig up the material. But
there Is something to be got by per
sonal contact with the book shelves
which no catalogue can g;%. Yoll wan
der *long, plucking down nV this
voluiml, now that. That one is mild
ly entertaining; this one is dull; an
other might be valuable, when . . .
Helll I Here It l ... . Every page
oubrazoned as with letters of gold;
and the day on which you discovered
it was one of the high days.
There ari a few fortunato people
whose natural bents are so pronounced
that they know at quite an early age
exactly what they wish to do as a life
work. -But such people are relatively
Do they tell you that it is Impor
tant to get your life work started
early? It Is far more important to
fnd the lIe work 'Which you were
meant to do, whether you find it early
or late. One ought never to be so
settled down that he cannot take up a
new kind of work if he Is convinced
that it Is more valuable to himself or
to the community than the kind he Is
in; convinced, in short, that it pro.
vides a better outleO for his powers.
The spectacle of a matt or woman
tied for life to the wrong mate is not
half so pitiable as the spectacle of a
nin or woian tied for life to the
The father who says to the son In
his 'teens or early '20s, "It is high time
you made up your miod what you are
going to do," Is as ridiculous as a phy.
sician telling a baby It is high time he
went out for the football ,team. In
one's teens or twenties it is, to bo
sure, high time one Is busy and active
about some sort of productive labor,
but to suggest that the job at this age
should be one's permanent choice is
ruinous folly. It.May prove to be the
very thing, but if it should not, one
will want an emergency exit.
Does it ever occur to us that tha
hope of the world -lies mainly in just
these untamed spirits who refuse tV
Valparaiso Outdodr Elevators.
Sailors at'tached to the United States
fleet that is now cruising Up) the wvest
ccr-ast of South America will find a
familiar feature about the port of
Valparaiso, in the event that their
hemne town is ?Pittsbumrgh~ or Cincin
nati. For the Chilean city has out
grown the confines of the narrow ren
level stri[) along the water front andl
has scaled the heights above. Thero
is the liner residenti part of the c~ty,
and the citizens, like those of the
[Pennsylvanzia anid Ohio cities just men
lened, reach the level or business ac
tivities by mneans of the spany outdoor
elevators or '%nscensors." 'rThe wa'ters
of V'alparaiso harboru nre so deep that.
biivaklwaters have bluen built only with
the greatest diffleulty. Ins8tead( of thie
ordlinary blocks of concrete or stone,
great hollow cemnt cube~s, inea(surin
540 feet froml cornm r to ear'ner, are easit
op shlore, towe'd into p)osition, and( suink
bly fIllling them with stones. .Such a
bireaikwater Guliliver rnight haive die
scribed in his tale of the llrohding
Little cloceks and big 5lo'cks, slow
clocks and( fast -cloeks, grandl~fathlers
and1( otherwise, take a hack sent ho
fore the twentieth edfatury tihu(-pleee
invent ion, just hot from the ope-rat ing
room . This elock "'speaks for liself."'
Neit her dlia' nor hands(1 appear; the
works aro. cr)inf-d ini a neat olomg
box, mensua:ing 10 inches inl height
biy 10 in width and ) inches deep).
A handle appears at the sidle for wind
ing purposes. A voice record ia car
rk-ied o a hari xi of fi lm, this Lanndl he
ing very sitallr to the staundard nmo
tion1-ipieture filmI. A rphonograldh ive
producer is used( to tranlslate the( tat
(ent sond recordl into act ual sotimdis.
Preeisely oni the stroke pf each quar
ter' of anl hour, the voice a nnounc'es
the cormhect ti1e1 in deep, hell-l ike
tones. A hidden hutton, on being
pressed1, will cause54 the hiddeni voide
to repeat the time ; wilie a14other but
toll (uenchecs its ardor very effee
A Disease, Probably.
"'Don't you thinuk hoishevism is large
ly a state of mind ?" asked Mr. Ond
"No," said Mr. D~uhwaite. "I don't
hellemy a mere stat-e of minhld could
make rKoplio talk and~ act the way
Bolsheviks do. It mnat e cnsttn.
ellasarnerS Hellanis a popular young lady old Stuff.
Last Sunday afternoon at the First of the Shiloh section of the county. Mr. An exchange predicts that artificial
Methodist church (parsonage Rev. P. Garner Is originally from Atlanta, but kt. bu tht od Inen
F. Kilgo united in marriage Mr. D. A. is now with the company building the hvn ui 'e od ODO aooei
of~av then Shslng secio of the count.Mr
Garner and Miss Florence 'Hellams. concrete bridge over Rubun Creek. for years.
lile tisin mlydy
TFhe Camel Idea wasn't born then. It 'Was the
exclusive expert Camel blend that revolutionized
That Camel blend of choice Turkish and Domestic
tobaccos hits just the right spot. It gives Camels such
mnellow mildness and fragrance!I
The first time I smoked Camels I knew they were
made for me. I knew they were the smoothest, finest
cigarette in the world, at any price.
Nobody can tell me anything different.
R. J. REYNOLDS Tobacco Co.
Tat mL eow hier Turks t n omsi
ordo ire ws thae endeaored It give Cam
mellof mllnes allnd co e' nt
will fisy wie hav sucedCae. I enbes thewr
maefor ae fbI tinewo the sae sie. smoutet canes
Cogrtt ire that wored, n thie.wrdsn
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