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Jl Merchant Now Eats Anything on "By the help of Tanlac I have ovei^ come a caseof nervous Indigestion I had suffered from for ten or twelve years," is the emphatic statement of Normah W. Brown, well-known wall gaper and paint dealer, of 218 N. Cedar St -Charlotte, N. C. "My stomdch was always out of fix «nd everything disagreed with me. I was troubled with heartburn and dizzi ness, and lit times there was a pres sure of gas around my heart that al most cut off my breath. "Since talcing Tanlac my digestion Is fine. My appetite is a wonder and eat just anything I want. In fact, my stomach acts and feels Just like a new one and my neryes are as steady as a die. To put it all in a few worda, I am Just the same as a new man It's a pleasure for me to tell my friends about Tanlac." Tanlac Is sold by all good drugglsta —Advertisement Great Pithing Preserve. Our greatest fishing preserve is a reputation that is assured to the Yel lowstone park, for the park service, aided by the bureau of fisheries, last season restocked its lakes and streams on a larger scale than ever before. Eggs Of native trout collected in the park numbered 5,996,000 2,871,000 of these, developed to the stage of eyed eggs and fry. were returned to the wa ters there to these were added from outside hatcheries sufficient to bring the total planting to 4,051,000, or double 'the number planted In 1920.—Scienti fic American. Watch Cutleura Improve Your 8kln. On rising and retiring gently smear the face with Cutleura Ointment. Wash off Ointment In five minutes with Cutleura Soap and hot water. It Is wonderful what Cutleura will do. for poor complexions, dandruff, itching and red rough hands.—Advertisement It's a Favored Spot Some yeahi ago a Cleveland, Ohio, woman Mid her four-year-old daughter were visiting, relatives In Kansas. The little girl, Doris, never having been in the country before, was much Im pressed by the strange appearance of things. "Who made all this grass, and who made these chickens that are running around with so many feathers on?" she asked her mother, excitedly, who re plied: "Why, God made them, of course." Whereupon Doris, in much astonish ment, exclaimed: "God—Have they got a God out here In Kansas?"—Foresight Trick of the Trade. "Pop, what's a spectacle?" "What a producer and costumer cover up the lack of a story with."— New Tork Star. Sure Relief FOR INDIGESTION INIHGESnON 6 BELLANS Hot wafer Sure Relief ELL-ANS 25* AND 75* MCKAGES EVERYWHERE TOO LATE Death only a matter of short tim« Don't wait until pains and aches become incurable diseases. Avoid painful consequences by Rqelqn taking LATHRbP'S *jmsq HAAHIKM OIL I i. i 1 I Tbeworkrsatandardremedy forkfclney Bver, bladder and uric add trouble*—^ Katk»al Remedy of HoMand since 1696.. Guaranteed. Three rises, all druggist* Lsslrffee- the Midil on •vMy Ms aeoapt no imitation COUGH? kkrE l*o»U l*6k V«rr old. n nsr P^:v (NOTE.—Thla article, printed In the Boston Globe in 1893, predicted many things which have become a reality in: much lew time than anticipated.) HIS New Tear's-eve while I lounged with nothing else to do, I scanned each column of the Globe and al most ere I knew a, growing dimness stole across the printed page I drew It nearer, and be hold! 'twas yellowed o'er with age. My hands, I "found, had wrinkled grown, my locks were changed to gray my form was bent my vision dim, my teeth had passed away. And as I gazed I heard a voice, "Good morning, grandma, dear! I wish you many, many times a Happy, Glad New Year." Then tall men said they were my sons, and daughter? fair to see told aie this wasn't ninety-three, but nineteen forty-three. Said I: "My memory has failed how goes the world today?" "You shall go out this afternoon and see the town," cried they. At that the tears flowed down my cheeks. Quoth I, "The days are ended when these poor eyes could Bee the sighta" "Oh, no! well halve them mended." A grown-up son then seised a knob a n a v e e e u s u o n I "The car will be here at once, mother put on your bonnet." And while he spoke the coupe came 'twas wonderful to me, how fast er than e'en fabled hors$ was electricity. My son just turned and touched a screw you'd think I'd lost my mind If I should tell how fast we flew, for we left the wind behind. We w^nt to sefe the surgeon first. "The lenses crystalline have grown too flat with age," he said. "We must put new ones in." With that he hypnotized my mind In some peculiar way, such rare sweet visions floated by, then quickly passed away. I woke, my eyes were strong and well, and hastening to depart we paid the fee and entered next a gallery of art But as to pictures, when I turned, to very strange they seemed, I thought the artist must have sketched the stories he had dreamed. "We never think of painting now, my guide said, with a laugh. "These are but landscapes In the moon, taken by photograph." "What! are there people in the moon?" "Oh, yes, Indeed!" said he. "Here Is a lunar telescope look through and you will see." I gazed, and to my great surprise distinctly saw them walking. I listened at another tube and there I heard them talking. "You see," said he, "we've learned to catch such swift, intense vibrations in the thin ether that we hear their slightest Intonations.: You look sur prised," my son went on. 'TU show those eyes of yours a sight worth while, our famous scheme that beats the Paris sewers. These little gutters ramify' thropgh all the streets* and streets and catch the rain and hall and melting snow, these tiny gratings match, conducting down to pipes be neath, which take It. miles below straight towards the center of the earth, where the great heat you know, will turn it into steam of course, and up It comes again by other pipes, to spin and weave and cook and print,for. men. It feeds the factories through the land with no expense for fuel it polishes for artisans full many a precious jewel. We've laid large pipes through all the streets to warm the winter weather, so rheumatism's of date and done w^h altogether. v "Now, mother, we will go and lunch In Afrlc's sunny cllme,^ and drawing out his watch ho said, "I see. there'll pmpia Hme. The sub-Atlantic tunnel's done "Wll take it over thiere. The cars are aent through every hour |y the force of compressed alr.^ H* placed me on a. cushioned seat: within ah egfr-shaped: ear, suspended In sin Iron tube. I felt a sudden Jar,,and then, to my astonishment, conscious bf nothing more, I found that we were standing upon the farther shqre. And soon we reached a dty near the Mountain* of the Moon, (They, told me Ethiopia would be admitted goon as one of /the United States, for China late -h*tt be^) We found place to order/lunch,, by three tail men brought la. u* well, hot sMke a* word, while gravely bowing v* ,v Quoth,me: slavery JSSSSi 1'T v ,- S His kindness overpowered me, and I began to weep, when someone shouted In my ear, "You are crying in your sleep." The Globe had fallen on the floor, the lamp was growing dim, so what my son might yet have said Is known to none but him. *A fact BANISH THAT STRAW MAN -r Supposing you thought you had been able to ward'off all bad ludt during the coming year by merely throwing a straw image out- of your hoiise on the last day 'of December You' would have thrown ottt not only one image, hot a dozen. And supposing that with the discarding of the straw effigy you had thrown away ail: your sins. This Is! what thepeople i.c•. WARTTRTTPXr T.F.ADTilTl the OidssituJa of this changing time and utlh' the consciousness of marinas thai comes with the flight of a year, it is pUasarS to think of the ensuring character of the best thing bt life, unfailing hoe, as Joes the writer and the game are ours as time flits by id deals us chances on the uncertain stage, But^ while our wisdom may increase witl^age, We seld^^in,. we txy. Gubs promise most to our insistent yout And diamonds glitter to our later gaze, But melancholy spades our hopes amaze^ And leaye them buried after all, forst We count the riches of the passing days, Our gains, our losses, and our gain withal/ Our greatest gain, the one that once so small, Ever increasing, stays with us always: Joy after joy approaches and departs, But we haye kept the fellowship of hearts! —Timothy Barry l«l.«BTUN NEVSMm UNION "They are not human, mother, dear: they're only tame gorillas." Much as I feared the tunnel then, I feared gorillas more, and glad was I to come again back to our beloved shore. "When home once more my son re marked: "You'll want to see the play at the Olympian theater it is their matinee." "1 think I'd like to stay indoors," frieze. Beside it stands the telephone and you can hear with ease." ."What Is a dioscope?" I cried. "A small, objective, lens, so placed as to command the stage (as all the world now kens), connected by elec tric wire with yon white plate of glass that's framed In panel oh our wall, and over this will pass the scenery and actors both until the play Is through. By electricians it was tried in 1882.* But that is quite old-fashioned, so Til show you something new. You'll want to ride In my balloon directly after tea fll take you, if you're not too tired, up to the Polar sea." :of'far-away• Korea believe., On the .day before New Year's, the wise and farieeing head of each family carefully makes ,'a roujfc Image of etwiwi" which, '"ith .jpreat, ceremony, tstaken tO/ iha door'and, thrown away with al| the vigor a man woqld eiert When he threw away ill,fortunk', I UUJ MEW YEAjt OT AI^IEIErjJ. if The anclent K|Rrptlaii^ Phoenicians and the autumnal solstice (8^pt^mbctr 21) ahd B* O, began the ye*r *t the ,wlhter WlstlCe the Greek*chaf^ilpifeittfftl The Idqll of a Tug Boat tl Chriitophar Q. Hazard l®, H22, Weatern Newapapar Union.) HE matter with Andrews is that he cannot keep upon any one course. He tacks all over the bay but does not make any port. Shift ing as a weather vane, he is as con tradictory. IJe started upon the road to a profession, but landed In a brick making concern. Then he concluded that he was meant for big business, but he tried to start too high up. A chicken farm was his next employ ment and it netted him a large amount of costly experience. He now thinks of trying mining, but will undoubtedly dig up disaster. If he ends as a good shoeblack it will be at the bottom, where he ought to have begun, and he will be nearer to true progress. JL I said, "and rest awhile." "Oh, well, you need not leave the house," he answered with a smile. "We do not go to theaters like the canaille, I hope. Just dark en, close the a w i n o o open the dioscope and you will see the actresses, the cornices and The tug boat that was proceeding up the river was named "Patience." It was tugging a long following of canal boots at a slow pace. It was making its way towards a definite point and over a prescribed and limited course. And it was going to get there. All its energy was pledged to perseverance in the practice of the proverb, "It's doggedness as does it." The eagle over the pilot house had Its wings spread, although It could not fly yet. The boy who stood at the bow said, "I'm only a ship's boy now, but I'll be a man tomorrow." Can success find such a leap year as will enable It to land at the end of a twelvemonth without plodding towards It from its beginning? Is there any recipe that will enable a young fellow like Andrews to obtain his father's position and wealth without pursuing his father's path of long and patient ioilT Must not the. well of a bucket shop run' dry? Can a gambler finally break the bank? And can a Jack-at-all-trades be a master of any?- No 1 The times call for specialists, .rather than general practitioner^. It will he a New Year Indeed- tor everything In general when It becdmes something In particular/ Better the patient, persistent tug boat than the more exciting but less profit able airplane. The ship's boy of today must. precede the captain of tomorrow. NEW YEAR'S CALLS -From old Dutch times to the middle of the Nineteenth century New. Year's day In many American cities was de-' voted to this universal Interchange of visits. Every'tfobr was th'rowh ep«a and It was a breach ofr, etiquette to omit any acquaintance In1 the .'annual. xaUs, wheh :old friendshlps were re inewffd, and family-differences amicably Settled. v: NEW YEAR GIFTS The casta?, of tfvlng and receiving: gifts on Netfr Year day, which orlgtnpW ed Rome, irtlll survives In Fraiic* Vnd 8eotliihd ''although Id most -conn trlss the exchang» of gifts at Chrlst buui hat taken Its pUce. Hi"*' I' 1 I The Whole Story. "What are the salient details of this domestic triangle'?" "The husband who didn't understand Is suing for divorce from the wife, who wasn't understood." "I see." "And be has named as co-respondent the man who didn't understand, either, but thought he did."—Birmingham Age Herald. Left-handedness is common to only 2 to 4 per cent of the people. •et the UAeitdsss 1 WHAT *HALL W1 WRITE? u» »iin i Hk ftttyv MW pac* called lgtofOui w« nef^ They Do a Hundred Calories in About 91 EAT a bo* of little raisins when you feel hungry, lazy, tired or faint In about 9% seconds a hundred calorics or more of energizing nutri ment will put you on your toes again. For Little Sun-Maids are 75%! fruit sugar in practically predigested form Itvulose, the scientists call it. And levulose is real body fuel. Needing practically no digestion, it gets to work and revives you quick. Full of energy and iron—both good pmd good for you. Just try a box. Little Sun-Maids "Between-Meal" Raisins 5c Everywhere Had BROADWAY AN INDIAN TRAIL Present Famous "Bright Light" Path way Used as Artery of Trade I by the Aborigines. Weckquaesgkew Path Is the Indian title which was given to the road through Manhattan island now known as Broadway. The long, curious name Is that of a tribe which once occupied the upper end of the island, and it sig nifies "People-of-the-Birch-Bark." So well was the street planned that centuries later modern engineers dis covered that it was almost impossible to improve upon the original Weck quaesgkew path, which followed the easiest grades through the hills of up per Manhattan. Broadway, however, was not laid out'as a warpath. It was a regular artery of trade, and was used by the Indians for generations. Some of the Indian homes in caves on the side of the Inwoo'd hills and similar ones on the north side of Har lem river are still in existence. Large quantities of. oyster shells were found In the caves, and these oysters must have been brought from many miles away. Yout Iron Today? Foolish Advice. The man bad skidded on the slip* pery bridge and gone Over Into the riv er, crashing through the ice. A pass erby noticed him floundering around in the chilly water and shouted: "Keep cool and I'll save you I" "Well," chattered the victim, "If I was as sure of your being able to save me as I am of my keeping cool I would quit saying my prayers this minute." Father Was Ready. He—Do you think your father would be willing to help me in the future. She—Well, I heard him say he felt like kicking you into the middle of next week.—London Tit-Bits. No dentist should hurl defiance In the teeth of the patient. zsf small dosage Prosperous Farma and Happy Homes await those who ere detfrdua of-enlarging their present resources and securing for themselves homes in a countxy that while yet in its infancy, has made itself famous by the quality of the grain it produces and by the excellcnce of its liye sfax^c. •_ upon ftiaaa linoa cro be gtowa j'" "if li'rlr Ther^are MUHoimi of Acres brings quick relief to scratchy. Irritated throatm. Cough eeses, phlegm clears away, inflamed tissues are soothed. Now—b» fore a slight cough becomes a serious ailment-breikit up with DRKING'S SScSmsf -a syrup for coughs&colds Changes lad Year's Frock to New Putnam Fadeless DyM-dyts or tints as you wish HburOim of sod available for the maaw^ose object ioli/eteto beoomeMs own landlord, and who witha* to ahsre in the opportunity which hae st*en wcalu tx the thousands of Americana who, bavins atartea en Weatern Csnads fannawWii bt sas«©mssa»r,° what oensjr. ®*Srl coca and jC^ewinter.fa ITaxae* fl.|4^HADOiM)a.nwhl '.-Vv vS to ansa with bat »jr have done.'! •». fillTf EOOOW..