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FOR INDIGESTION iBciiiANS fc Jl .'f. -A Tl |«| rfc A rfTlï •»Cm woior Vi i m-M&Si * k P>SO'S 3 couUis O»** SR. y? i 'S. ft ai « * sags AH Pruÿÿisfs _ _.^rrs i K What can the Creator see with grkgter pleasure than s happy créa tare?— Lessing. tp -W. 'SAH ■ - i SAY "BAYER ASPIRIN" and INSIST! Unless you see the "Bayer Cross" on tablets you are not getting the genuine Bayer Aspirin proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians 24 years for Headache Neuralgia Lumbago Toothache Neuritis Rheumatism Colds Pain - Accept only " Bayer" package which contains proven directions. Handy "Bayer" bo Also bottle# of 24 and 100—Druggists. Aspirin Is tha tra il sut ef Bar*T Uuntactcr* W Mosost sSte s eK hwnsv at SslUyll—cl« WHY BE FAT? FAT REDUCER! RaMorn slender*««* of youth. Contains no Injurious chemical« or thyroid. Pills msds from herbs only. Compounded by licensed phnlclans 1 weeks' treatment. *1. Mall M O. to Redux Co.. II* Knickerbocker Bld., N. T. C PARKERS HAIR BALSAM CriaruMl Hn* HIM RNS 1 pals , Os all to tbs Dru. Slats ntssox T, yt. H. U„ BlLj-INOS, / New Bird Sanctuary A bird sanctuary comprising 29 acre« has been bequeathed to the Rhode Is land Audubon society. It ia in the south western part of the »täte, about eight mile# from Westerly. Tree#, •hraha and berry bushes wi|l be plant ed end the whole tract converted Into an ideal refuge where student# may enjoy exceptional opportunity for ob serva»«* qf wild bird life. The Income from a trust fund of $16.000 will be nsed to maintain the sanctuary. NO. 8-1928. Aa engaged girl Is always auspicious et her girl friends who are beartwhole and fancy free. A talented woman is one who haa S lot of common sense. — i «4rad • , -, ' * 4 i I I f I I i V' / MOTHER:- Fletcher'. f Castoria vs espeebny pre pared to relieve Infanta in arms and Children all age. of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhea; allaying TeverishneM uisof therefrom, and, by reguiafmg the Stomach 1 mad Bowels, aid. the smamktkm of Food ; firing oatoraJ sleep tm amid tankst» .RHU ;É&IS^SËÎX "J& of 4* k. «wywher« Made Hi In Arabia, as In assay other coun tries. aalt is the symbol of hospitality, and among the Arabs hospitality Is almost a sacred thing. They tall of a thief who broke into a house one night and. In looting the place, came upon a small gold box. He opened it and inside It found another box. also of gold. That In turn held a third box, which was partly filled with a «ne white powder. The thief tasted the powder and found that It was salt Immediately be restored to their places all the valuables that be had gathered to carry off. He could not rob a house In which he had "eaten -mit." —Youth's Companion. Sacred For true blue, use Red Cross Ball Blue. Snowy-white clothes will be sure to result Try It and you will s£ ways use It AD good grocers have it —Advertisement Chaîne in Old Watchee The fusee chain used In the old English watches was manufactured by hand. The little blanks for each, side of the links and the cc pieces from link to link were «nt with a punch and die ' for rivets, the riveting and tl ing of the finished chain py stoning and polishing, were ail done by hand. The use of fusee and chain as an equaliser of motive power Is now lim ited to marine chronometers. ed plus (e flniah Ceremonies are different In every country, but true politeness is every where the same. At b»st, the music teacher's b usines* Is scaly. REMNOL Soofhinq und HeaJinq For Babys Tender Skin WANTED AT HIGHEST MARKET PRICES All kinds of Scrap Iron. Copper, Brass. Aluminum, Radiators, Battery Lead l*1ates and all kinds of Jtmk. Write for our prices. FARGO IRON AND METAL CO., Pargo, North Dakota. Would Improve Hearing Being billed to speak at a large halt, a lecturer went there the day be fore the meeting to make sure that his voice carried. Posting the caretaker at the far end of the bait, the lecturer mounted th< platform and said: "I am asking you, my man, if you would care to have $2. Can you hear me?" "Well, sir," wus the calm reply, "I rotrid bear better if yon made it $6." Many a man is unable to meet bit expenses because he Is heeded th< wrong way. Rome queer birds roost In famllj POUL / ♦ ♦ CAUSES OF FAILURE IN CHICKEN GAME The poultry business Is developing fast, but s great many people are losing money with poultry. There are reasons for everything, says D. H. Hall, extension poultry husbandman, at Ciemaon college, who points out four of the main causes of failure in the chicken game. The first cause of failure In rals lag poultry la starting off on too large a scale. There are many things for s beginner to leant about the poultry busts m. He should start on s small and gradually grow Into the poultry game until be knows every -Angle of It. He should go slowly at first and then increase Ids business by degrees. The second reason why people are not making money In the poultry bustneaa Is the purchasing of poor stock for breeding and laying pur poses. Because some people have pure bred poultry does not mean that they always have the very beat. The man that goes Into the poultry busi ness should start out with the best stock possible. Tiie third cause of poor results hi raising poultry la the lack of proper equipment. A great many, people will try to raise chickens when they havep't the equipment tç raise them. Equipment is Just as necessary to have as the poultry Itself. The equip ment does not have to be expensive, but you should have the necessary things to make the handling of -poul try easy; for Instance s large mash hopper to hold plenty of maah, a largo Water fountain ao that watèr cnn be scaJi kept before the poultry at all times, am) a good poultry house that la ar ranged conveniently. The fourth thing that causes fail ure la the tack of care and attention. If you do not love poultry and If you are not willing to give it your time and attention, you cannot expect very mnch out of It. You must tike the business and be willing to spend 14 hours each day In caring for the poul try if you expect to make a succéda of It. Prevent Frosted Combs by Proper Ventilation In cold latitudes It Is necessary for poult ryrnen to guard against frostgd comb*. Many people think that the beat thing they can do to prevent frosted combs la to keep the henhouae closed as tightly as poesiblti This la a mistake for It is a fact that a moist atmosphere ia much more conducive to freexing than a colder temperature when the air la dry, soys a writer in Successful Fanner. The house should he well ventilated, so that the moisture is quickly carried away and replaced with fresh nlr.^ Your poultry house should have enough open apace on the south equal one-fourth the total floor space, and if It does not have that much open space. It will pay you to do little remodeling. This open space should he covered with muslin. For this purpose a medium grade Is best, one that will prevent wind from blow ing through, and still permit a slow circulation of air. The back of the poultry house will naturally be the warmest and best protected, ao it will be wise to have the droppings boards and roosts at the hack of I he building. Another Important thing to remem ber daring cold weather la to keep the fowls busy. If yon go to the poultry house very early in the morning, you will see that the birds get off the roosts and stand around on the floor. If there Is scratch feed scattered In the Utter, they will go to picking Just as aooo as It la light enough, thus starting the blood in rapid circulation and l essening the danger of frozen combs. it yon allow the fowls to drink lev water on a frosty morning. It will not only lower the egg production but the male* are likely to frees« theli wattles. nilMI II H'W 4-H-b Poultry Hints I A 4 W4H ♦ H H »♦■ H fi l l M " H Both old and young turkeys should be protected from damp» -riS-r Cod liver oil has worked wonders with confined efileka suffering from leg weakness. Do not breed from birds of low vital ity. Thl» cause* poor hatches, weak chicks and unprofitable pullets — V-- » • The matter of ventilating the pool fry house le relatively simple, e*pe dally If the open or curtain front U used: » uoaaca from fertile eggs amonnt to 4 ii per cent, und Inaii Infertile eggs 2-1 per cent uf (he total shipped for sale • • • Killing n diseased chick la not on<> a kindneoa hut la good practice friar the standpoint of the health of the * n tire flock. • 00 More sad more does the bumble bu ever busy hen show that she is tb real "Bird o' Freedom, ' in Inerim More hens can be kepi am Seariy -».t farm. Ciwi'» Avtgwmt Flower The remedy with « record of fifty "'«ht years of surpassing excellence. AU who suffer with nervous dyspep sia, sour stomach, constipation indl wstlon, torpid liver, dtsslneeo, head aches, cor- njf-np of food, wind stomach, palpitation and other Indira j tlona of digestive disorder, will find GREEN'S AUGUST FLOWER an fective and efficient remedy, fifty-eight years this medicine has been successfully used In millions households all over the civilised srorid. Because of Its merit and pop ularity GREEN'S AUGUST FLOWER la found today wherever medicine* are •old. 30 and 30 cant botttaa.-A.dv. . For Step on Her Tod Browning has the largest est Hollywood and It parrs loud and long when petted by some one it knows Hence, a little friend of the, family contd not understand why It would not parr for him. though he stroked the yorgeous creature till his an» grew tired. Finally, in diagost he turned to Tod, exclaiming : ''Gee, Mr. Browning. I wish you'd make kitty start her engine for me!"— Los Angeles Times. jL. DEMAND "BAYER" ASPIRIN Take Tablets Without Rear If Yes S*s the Safety "Bayer Cress.'* Warning t Unless you see the name "Bayer" on package or on tablets yon are not getting the genuine Bayer Aspirin proved safe by millions sod prescribed by physicians tot 28 yearn Say "Bayer" when you buy Aspirin.' Imitations may prove dangerous.—Adv. And Then, *Twae Sheep • Diner (after valiant but futile strug gle)—ft must have bees a very tender hearted butcher'who killed that lamb! Walter—Yes, sir; why. sir? ''He must have hesitated three or four years before striking the fatal blow." Just say to yoor grocer Red Cross Ball Blue when buying' bluing. Ybu will be more than repaid by the suits. Once tried always used.—Ad vertisement. fw Dubitme Tla said that every man finds hla own level, yet w# all know fellows who don't come up to the mark.—Bos ton Transcript. '■ ' ; Cutieura fioothae itching Scalp. On retiring gently rub spots of dan druff and itching with Cutlcura Oint ment Next morning shampoo with Cutlcura Soap and hot water. Make them your everyday toUet preparations and have a clear skin and soft, whits bands.—Advertisement, If# no fault of the fair sex if a secret remain» a secret. Chronic hand ahakera always have something up their sleeves. ■ - ' u Every Pktgre Telit a Story* ijEj VI j !■ v ji m f . m V * Feel Stiff and Achy After Every Cold? Do You Have Constant Backache? Feel Old and Lame and Suffer Sharp, Rheumatic Pains? Then Look to Your Kidneys! i hi little wonder, then, that ev e ry cold leave# you with torturing backache, rhea We? Do you fed old and lame, «tiff made pains, hnadachn* dizziness and annoy and rheumatic? Does your back ache with a ing irregularities dull, u nc e a si n g throb, until it se am s you just D OES every cold, chill or ettsck of grip 1 a» Don't delay! Get a bog of Doan't Pill». Give your weakened kidneys the help they need. Assist them, also, by drinking pure water freely, eating lightly and getting plenty of fresh air end rest Doan'» Pdlt have Kdped can't stand it any longer? t Thten look to your kidneys! Grip, colds and chills are mighty herd on the kidneys. They fill the blood with, poisons and impun ties that the kidneys mime filter off, Ths kid aeys weaken under this rush of new work; thousands and should help you. AA goer neighbor ! . become congested and inflamed. Use Doan's," Say These Good Folks: i* '.♦J*' : J. B. WYMAN, 811 Orr 8t., railroad con ductor. Mile* City, Ment, «a ys: "I worked for I the railroad • good many year* «ad I believe the jarring weakened aay kidneys. My bock *u lame sad there was a ooreoMs ia my back jaat I over o»y kidney* which node, tt 4iR' u!t Ui bead I or straighten. My kidneys acted too frequently. | I used two bossa of Down's Pill* and wens entire- j iy cured of the complaint." - - I MR*. A V. EMERY, 312 W. Front Livingston. Mont., aayt: "A never» attack of ludney trouble had me feeling mighty bad, sad lor ten week» I could do nothing «bout the homa. I had sharp, darting patna ia ray back. When I stooped over, I couldn't straighten up sgsin end ■ ■v feit as though there were a hnsfe »tabbing into my hack and I had dizzy «pells. I read about Vr Xhwa's Pill* sod bought two boxes. They carad v ** ■ > •4 Doan's Pills Stimulant Diuretic to the Kidneys At All Dealers. 60c a Box. Foeter-MUham Co., Mfg. Chemhto, Bttffaio, N. Y. s _ f .. - - - - - I m u . - - .- iw W .- . H .. W — . . .«w sgReHaHEEtoEMBMMmtoBBMMMÉmWMMMMRMM rl~ 1 mmm 4 M 0 I N CONSTIPATION, nay intestinal specialists, lies the primary cause ai more than three-quarters of all illness. including the gravest disease« of life. ■ Laxatives and cathartics do not over come constipation, says a noted authority, but by their continued use tend only to aggravate the co n d iti o n and often lead to permanent iftfory. Why Physicians Favour Luhricatùm Medicaf science haa found at fast ha f » hibricetioa » mean« of overcoming «con stipation. The gentlo lubricant, Nqfol, penetrates and softens the hard food waste and thus hastens its passage through tod out of tha body. Thus, Nujol brings in \ .. / Nqfol is used in leading hospitals and J is prescribed by physicians throughout the world- Nujol is not s medteins or laxativsnnd cannot grips. Like pure water, it is hgrmlssa. M Také Nufot regularly and adopt this •* - -• - •; 4 HP nil \ v *ii smTSf For Internal Cleanliness 5 —*— Beet Work by Whittle In Texas, aays the Detroit Newa, a colony of bee« has taken up their obode in a baggage car between the roof and the celling, and they do not seem to be the least disturbed by the fact that the car is making dally trips from one end of a little branch line, Tbs baggageman Is authority ter the statement that the bees go and come by the whistle. When thg whistle blows before starting the heea coma In from ail direction*, ami when the car reaches the end of the line they file out and scoot for the honey. Pleaeant Jab Knicks —"Whern did you get that roll of luony?" Knacks—"Ifa not mine. I'm Just breaking It in for a friend 1"—Life. Many a man falls to reach to top because every time he slops to rest be fads asleep, 5 Live « Long Wit hoot PePm; * T<> have lived without food ot drink for four year« I« the startling elntan made by an Invalid woman In Madrid. Spain, Two doctors have exnmldsd her and made a report to the Academy of Medicine. A# yet there 1* ao »ta t et the nature at their verdict. The woro en had gastritis four years ago, and can take nothing by the mouth, to* has had Inject tans of phosphor«® mé varions narcotics hat declare# that she had nothing more, She is weak, but able to apeak, -- - -■".— . Early Worm Caught "Gat up. Willie I To* know:If* the early bird that gets the worm," called hla mother. "But I ain't goln' flahln' today, ma." Willi« said, sleepily. —Cincinnati En quirer, ,'î You cannot demonstrate an emotion or prove an aspiration.