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THE CARRIZOZO NEWS.
KIDDIES TO DON COLORS OF FLAG Victory Clothes Successfully Launched as Change for Youngsters. UNBLEACHED MUSLIN IS USED Material la Found to Make Subatan tlat Lining for a Jacket, at Well aa Being Suitable for Frocka for Children. KW l'nrk. Nothing an delights th heart of it eli I It 1 ns tn hold n tint- In Hh bund. VimiIIi mill lhi symbols (if pii irtollstii are. linked. Wasn't It (Inls worUijr who gate us Hint association nf the two miy i'li' nix f llfi In say- lag r n girl Unit she carried her youth in In? fare. Mho lings Hying? Il w clever, therefore, of Hid de signers tn Immrli 1 1 1 1 youngsters) Ititu Victory clothe. Tim elders may ex press their relief fmiii I he tension nf tenor thnl IiiiiiiIi'iiIThI us nil for four your by bursting nut of the chrysitllls lulu the liutlotilv. Iiui ilii'lr clothes will tint l pin In nf Hip Hug. It Is nut lit line. writes a I .-it 1 1 nir fiiNlilnii author My. tlwt imy but youth should weur ilie hit nf riil, whim inn) hluo which, I'umbllliil with ii certain skill, intiko l alluring Victory IuiIich of tlilH Iwtir. 'ttioro tiro tiny frocks for liny Hill. tiny, rolnri'il fringe in n lining fol Jackets. It linil thn trlplo qualities nl endiirnuro, originality und cheapness, this new lining. It wun n war-time necessity, mi Dnucct thought, but It (Illy becmno n piece of economy Unit threatened to liu n high fnshlon. I'rolmtily (lie xprlUK will Innko It ex ceedingly popular. It In n good Idea for thoso who deplore the lack of orv Ire- In rout linings, especially In these ilnyK when (ini In not hiiti of dyes, Thn hup nf unbleached muslin for Interior decoration Iiiih become well oh. luhllshod, especially for eoiinlry homes where curtains of thin fnlirlc nre edgd Willi colored fringe mill bedspreads and pillow wl in in lire nmilo of It with bor ders of I'olori'il cloth In turkey red or lurk Mm. Came Out of the South. Ono woman who wus enchanted with ii Victory frnck of this fnlirlc exclaim nl; "Why, Unit's the timtcrliil I 110 to cover my Ironing lioiinl!" It In. Anil It will weiir ns well on 11 youngster 11 m (ill nn Ironing linnril. Thin stylo of cnslumcry for chil dren enmu out nf th South, nut of Virginia, when unhleiirlieil muslin Ih well known 11 ml tlio devastation ot wnr, Us restrictions, privations nnd economies. In hIIH 11 tcrrllilo memory even to those who weru burn nfter tho Civil wnr. It Is rnlhcr a strange thing Hint Rnmo of the great centerN luivo ndoptcd Ju venlle eloiheii Hint linvo been designed Care for Crippled Soldiers Government Plans to Give All Vocational Training and to Find Employment for Them It Ik intended tiy thn government Hint thern Klmll he nn crippled soldiers selling pencils nnd shoe ntrliiKM on the direct corners, nnd ainiill necessity for "homes" whero crippled men timy bo cured for. Tho government Iiiih iimde bins tn ro-ciliicnto every dhinhled soldier nnd anllnr, to secure einployinpnt fur Mm, mid to wntch over bin welfare thereufter Hint tin mny be Independent nnd delf-respcctlng. Tlio net 1111 1 steps which the government will tnkn lire live; 1 I'.lecllnn by tho disabled men of n course of training. !! rrrllmlnnry training to nt him for 11 definite occtipntlnn. 8 A probnllonnry perlnil of employment In Hint occupation. A I'lnceinent In tuiltiible ponltlou. 5 I'ViMow-up work to Kofexunnl Ills IntereatR. Tho Kovcmment will xuppnrt the liinn while trnlnluir, will pay bis tuition, Irnvclliii; expeiiNen nnd imy other expenaew Incident to hln trulnliij,', and will Klvo IiIn fnuilly II111 Biimu nupport which It Iiiim nlvcn durlnc hi military service. Tho illnuhled ninn mny elect thu lino of worlt ho wnntu tn tnko up. He mny be retrained for tho work ho did beforo tho wnr, or turn to miiiiellilnu entirely different, lie miiy tnko further trulnliiK In IiIk old occupiillnn. And In iiililltiiin to IiIk miiiport nnd tho xupport nf bin fnuilly ho will lie Klven ult the iiH'illcnl enru he needa, nnd will be Nupplleil with nny artlllrlnl contrlvnneen neeenry becnime of (he Ins of llmhs or fneiiltleK. Tho ninchluery throiiiih which thin work or rehnbllllntloii will bo limulleil cmmhitH of 11 federnl boiird of voriitlonnt re-cducutloii with liriiucbeN In Hie principal cities of the country. Dnvld V. Hountnn, ficrretnry of iiRrlrultlire, In chnlnnnn of Hie bonrdj Wllllnm CI. Itedlleld, decrelnry of commerce, mid Wllllnm II, Wllxon, seerrtnry of Inhor, nro ulmi An tho boiird, und nn etecutlvo Bin IT of experts In vocnllonul educntlon liuve been employed. Why Wisconsin Is Known as "Badger" State and Origin of "Sucker" for Illinois 1 ! Mother's Cook Book At the left la ehown a dainty frock of pale.green organdie trimmed with Urge daltlea formed of narrow white braid, with yellow uied for the centerat two square pocketa In front. At the right la a little boy'a "Victory" mock of unbleached cotton, embroidered In red and blue. ilrvn In which the eolurK only HiinIi iih limit rlbboii8 Hint are run tlirouRh two buttonholed In the front or hnrk of 11 round rollnr mid drop to the hem. There nro frockn for older children which nro mndo of red, white nnd bluu htrlpea hehl In by xoft intie of col ored hunting In the llireo colore. Tlttru II n return lo 11 fnr-off and fnxclnntlm,' fmhlon In the blue hunt ttir froeks for children btdwwu eight end ten yiiir old "lilcli are limrlieil up wild red binning and ornamented ullb ulilti' tiirmoer rollnr mid urT, Thern lire planted tklrU of rel tlni: imiitlns cllli itraliht little euimiw hlmiM'a of blue hunting fattened In a m might lltitfldnwn the front with red huttoiui. TUe Qilffa and cot la r are taken frmn Hie time of the Sttu.rta. They itrc mad of white linen edged with llltau tare and touched with nil mid bloc Imltone. There are red and blue hair rthlmna tor girl; there nre red and White M lined awning rouipera (or thn ultra eiy t-.ttaam" vlth nine bnue buttoim; ami one of je uneeeaaful froeka of the ieaaoa la made nf ordinary unbleached mualln amaeked with red. white nnd htm- woratau tttroada, the dealgn giv ing a blurred Inpiwaalnii of the iIur. It waa clawr Idea, tlita. to turn out tit ehlldreu nf the land In IIiir con ttnaN. mtklMC (hem living. jnynitH Miglfaajg pi (im red, white nnd blue wMdt tBtlnJr l) the bnifner of freedom It ate the world. And It I not only Mr &t (Jmt they represent j It la tho mm the utile. PTockt of Unbleached Muilln. TIM taonllui "(to Doucet of I'nrla Hm tilt) mii a hewMUwi when ho 0t9 unliicmiied mmlln hIrimI with und tnnde by VlrRlnln K'ntlewoinrn ever alneo the nr bviinn. .Many a Soimgiiier going to n party In a limine which atfliulK on 11 pedcutMl of inlllloim, n well an nthent who trail Into Cen tral imrk lih 1 heir expenalvo Krench numea. are wearliiK tulonthlo frocka from mime little aoiithvrn town, tiinda very often hy aged flngera tlmt lmvu kept the art of rolling, whipping, ktrenklng and tucking with line onm brie noodlei and the tlilnueat of cot ton thread, Children Lend Faihlona. The aenaon haa Impreiaexl upon thorn who are Interested In Juveullo elothea the fact that the ynnngator 11 1 e wimetlinek wall In the 1 1111 1 with lew faahlona and Hint their fillers atuinblo aloiiR nfter then). tun umn 11 time, when tho world wh young and cruel, It considered It correct for children to ho encimed In Itonoa and continued in hroendo nnd uietiil, heavy etnbrolderlea, Ioiir Hklrta uuil dllllly-iHilnU'il bodlcen. It win cruel to uulko youth tho rexcinhlnnce of iiRe. Todny wo nmko nRi the re Hembhiuce of youth. In that Ilea our virility, our enthunliiMn and our Fnn Ity. The children lend the way In belts urnuuil hip, nhn't alvevra, amocked tilouaea, bobbed hulr, aocks, low-heeled alioen, atmlRht Hues und uucorKctcd llKurcs. Their inolhrrii, und tinmetlmcti their Kruudmnthem, linltnto them. It behooves women to look upon this parudu of fnahlons with Interest, for tho little human Hags running down tho putli of fashion today nro blntlni the way for us. (Copyright, till, by McClute Nenapaiiil Syndicate.) Ah, whnt would the world be to ua It the children ro no more? v woiilit ilri-.i.l Ilia ilcn.rt hehlnd ua, Worse than Hie ilarK bororn. What to Feed the Child. Tor a minimi buhy, with 11 iiormnt (iiolher, the lliht few nionths or 11 year :hero In nothliii; better to do than 'eetl It with nuturo'a food, mother's ullk. OriiiiRc Julee und water for re freshment will cool the swollen kiiiiis llld Rive great relief when teething. If the ebllil has taken prune Juice, answeetened, and oriiliRO Julee occu thinully the dlRi'Mtlvo truct will bo In tooil v orbing order. Theji In the sec mil year MTiipi'd npplo or other fruits Ike peur Hid pciirhe.s If well ripened, nny be vufely given In very siiiull inn nt 1 1 l-s. A drink of cool wnler 1I1011I1I be given fretpientty. How liiutiy H'orrylu? hnbles, who ennnot tell what Jiey w nut wnitlil be mude comfnrtnble jy freiiuciit ilrlnkH of puro cool wnler, All chiuiKes In 11 cblld'a diet should )o iniidc ery ciirefully und when nny new food Is Introduced rIvo It In Htnntl lunntltleH, n teiispuiiiiful or two being lulllclent, linked polnlo li n fond pnrllciilnrly idnplcd for 11 youiiR child's food. Use 1 Utile milk with 11 Km In or two of nil, then creiitn nnd butler may be tdded. After u child bus beer 'm lie--UHtomed tn potnin 11 tcnspoouful of lliiely lunshed jiens may bo given, iih .veil ns enrrot, splnneh und uuy vegu able not too woody. (liven tn the child In smnll qunnlt les, well mushed nnd sniHoncd, ho iv 1 1 1 learn to llko nil kinds of vcrc tnbles; In fact ho will never need to lenrn, for the Rood litiblt will be formed enrly In life. A child's iIIrckIIdii Is so much more 'lipid t hn 11 1111 adult's Hint they need :n bo fed nftcuer nnd In smnll iptnn :ltles. A child fifteen iiinnthi old will need mine, such diet ns to food und time is tho following: At xeven or elRht 1 brenkfnst cereal, bread or toast nnd 1 cupful of milk; at noon an crr, po lnlo, one other veRelnble. broad and Fruit, either Juice or wrnpeil fruit, flvo or six, milk und rice or bread, ind nt ten n cupful or buttle of milk. I'lie cereals should be varied 80 that :hey mny become accustomed to like t variety. Tho chief thing to remember In tanking cereals fur children Is to cook ,htm long enough. Hcrvo with Rood .op milk and no sugar. In enrly youth ,be child Rets all the suRiir be need 'rem the fruit he cuts. One Rood rcn tou for bnvlng Utile people eat ulone Hint foods that must be denied iheiii are not put trinptlngly before liciii, Latest Vending Machine Is Detector of Spurious Coin One of the Interesting developmental II the vending iiuichluo Held Is u lurge tpptiraltla tint illspensus bottled bev-i-ages, snndwleheg u ml chewing gum. In order to encourage patrons to re turn empty bottles lo tlio mucbllie, n tick of gum It illM'hurRcd when 11 Imttle s placed lu the receiver provhl fd for II. A counterfeit detector re jects spurious coins. A complete ree urd of all trtitiHiictlous Is kept hy 11 tales reglsterliiK ineclinnlsin. Thu only attention the imuillu- rcipilres Is that Involved in slocking und Icing It dally, IF HE CaMETJOW If he rame now) My heart would be like a once quiet street, Hung with gay lanterna on a fete night, wild With slnatngl And my heart would be a chlM Slrrplly waking to a kin, then filming Hkn fmm It, sprlnalng With all too rendy feet, Out of Ilie Main, Into the world again. Ami Uniting that Ita toys were nil once morn Thern whero It left them, waiting on the llonr. To t played with again. My heart would be An opened 1wmi flllil full with witchery, I'lllnt, ion, with pnln, An aliened book that had been left too long Upon it dusty hlf. It would h n song In a young mouth, And It would be bude, too, Opening under Hie moon, and shivering nt the dew. Hut liking It. And It would he n flame, lied In the night. 1 uied to tie glad when he came, Ilul not so very glsd beeaimn t thought That t would alnaya have him. Then war riiught Hint up front mr. and bore him out To be where danger la; nnd killed my douht. My healtntlnn nnd half fears. Ah, nnw I would run tn welcome him, It be enme nowl -Mary fnrnlyn Davie, In flood Homo, krrplng. Wisconsin Is f.illcd the llndger state, not, ns most people seem to think, because the bnilger formerly ' nboimded there, for In the past Wis- cousin was never ti favorite home or! this little quadruped, writes a corre spondent, Tho familiar nlckunmo originated rnther with tho early settl cut of southwestern Wisconsin, whose lead mines uttrncteil the tlrst considerable migration to Wisconsin. The hardy lend miners who pushed Into the por tion of the northwestern wilderness Intent miii digging fortunes from the eiirlh with their picks were composed In the main of two groups. One, ninde up of men from southern Illinois ami further south, went down the Mis sissippi to their homes every win ter und returned In (ho spring to la bor for another season ; the other, com posed of miners 'from the Kuslern states, could not thus enslly go home, I nnd stt they "burrowed In" for" the , winter In rude shucks or huts, which ireqiieniiy weru mint utter the rnsii Ion of dugouts, Tho men who went M111II1 for Iho win 't mid returned In the spring wero given thu nnmo of "suckers' from tho similarity of this practice, with Hint ot tho well-known llsli of tho Mississippi, Itoclt und other Western stromas, Tho men who wintered In Iho lend mines wero called "bndgers," They wero thu first permanent settlers In tho lentl mines north of tho Wiscon sin line, and thus Hie name became associated with thu Mute, Thus did the peoplo of Wisconsin und Illinois gulu the populnr nick names of "Ilnilger" anil "Sucker" by which they have ever since been known. Memorial Planned to Dogs Sacrificed in Gas Tests Prompted by girls of the chorus nt tho Hippodrome nnd ludorsid by other W11111141, and, It Is wild, by the New Yurie club und tho Toy Dog club, it movement Is under wuy to set tip 11 memorial In the dogs whuse lives were MH-rHlcod In cxpcilmcntal work fur the army. It Is stnted Unit tlio chemical warfare division of tho war depart ment used 011 an nvrriiRe of 811 iIors ii mouth In testing ri-xcs nnd protecl'uii devices. It was suggested Unit 11 fund be raised for the erection of u dog's drinking fouutnlii In it park to hear 11 tablet explaining the service done for huninuljgV by the dogs. Hogs Contract Colds and Pneumonia Caution Urged Troiibbi often develops among hogs at lids season of the year In the form of cold and pneumonia, according to Dr. Holier! (Iridium, professor of ani mal pntbology nt the University of Illinois, Doctor Ornltnm gives wnrn lug Hint when pigs of nil ages nnd slr.es lire allowed lo pile up lit night In 11 warm shed somo are likely to come out steaming In the morning nnd Unit tlu' cjhl winds mid frosty atmos phere will have 11 bud effect on them. He reiiuniiiends the following prrcaif Hons: Hog bouses nnd feeding pluces, ruiiwiivs. fences und shells, should be thoroughly cleanetl and sprayed with 11 II per cent water solution of com. pound of cresol (U. S. I'.) or Its rec ognized eiyilwih'iit. (Julckllmo should bo scutlered fietly about the lots, af ter they have bei'ii raked eb'iin of cobs and manure. Wallows should be drained nnd fenced olT, all small holci lllled anil large fields where the Infec tion prevails should be cultivated. HINTS FOR THE POULTRY GROWER Small eggs, dirty egit, old eggs 01 eggs which have been kept at u high tempcriiluro for nny length of time nr tho kinds not to select for Incubation, according to a circular prepared bj tho poultry husbandry department o the Kansas Stale Agricultural college, Not all eggs from the host breeding slock nro good for hutching purposes. Often tho eggs are muull, uneven in shape or poor In shell texture. .Small eggs lihuiild never he Incubated, ns they do lint hatch well, mid pullet from theiu often lay undersized eggs, The small egg is not wanted upon the market. Thu two ounce egg Is Hit standard In weight. Only clean eggs should he selected for Incubntlon. Dirty or washed egg) never batch as well as do those which hnvo never been soiled. Since the egg begins to Incubutd when It reuches n temperature of 05 degrees It should be kept below that point, from tft to 05 degrees Is till riinge of temperature permissible fin eggs that lire being kept for hutching b'gg should not bo kept nny loiiget than Is iihsolutcly neccssnry. If the lire turned frequently mid nro kept u the correct temperature they may In kept for two weeks before helm placed In the Incubator, but It Is no advisable to try to keep them fur thu long 11 lime. Suffrage, States. These slates bavu full suffrage for ironiFiii Washington, Oregon, t'allfor iln, Ma ho, Montana, Wyoming, No rnilu, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, l au las, New York. Presidential mid nth (r partial stU'rage: Illinois. Taxation, bund or school suffniRo: North Dako ta, South Dakota, Nebraska, New Mux co, Oklahoma, Minnesota, Wisconsin, (own, I.oulelnna, Mississippi, Kelt lucky, Ohio, Michigan. Vermont, New llnmpiulro, UaBsactiuactU, Connectl-rot. HOUSEHOLD HINTS $ i) n To prevent mustiiril from dry- lug In the mtistord pot, mill u little salt when making It. Tall shoes which Im ' .' become discolored can be iljeil black and have their usefulness pro longed. Cold boiled rice udded to grid dle cakes makes them lighter. jij i-ersiiiii unites; nrililllieiu tneir ii f) faces by painting on them llg fy tires of Insects ami small mil iums. . 1 It lakes three men six niiinlhs ' to make it cashmere shawl, t) which rcqulro ten goats' lleeces. Men, Women and Children Helped Bring Big Victory Just what name posterity will give to the war nobody 11 1' the Immediate present can say; but If It Is fairly de scriptive It will perhaps somehow In clude or suggest thu part taken by tho women, who, In IT months, tor ono thing, have turned out something over Hnoo.UOO knitted urtlcles, The women, In fact, have knit tlu'iimclvcx Into history lu 11 way Hint the future historian will bnve to take Into con sideration. Literally It ..its been n wur of men. women nnd children against an Impending tyranny. Explorer Says North Polo Weather Not as Piotureo Another cherished Illusion Is ills polled mid relegated to the Junk licii of vUhl misconceptions Unit have slid deidy failed. Uxplorer Vllhjiilmiir Stef iiiissun, who bus Just returned from 11 live yeur.1' eiulso lu tho regions iirotiud the North pole, tells us thai the weath' er up there Is by no menus tim frigid terror we luive plctiired-ln our lulutbi It Is much cooler lu centra! Siberia than ut llersehel Island. Mveu in-nr the geographical polo Iho cHiuute inner gels ruiilly bull, allhoilgh the mercury occoKluimlly 1 mis down to 00 below zero. Indeed, It wiih so 111II1I anil com patible with physical comfort Unit lie usually disrobed on lite porch or his Igloo und passed tho eenlng lu his underwear, resting at night In his sleeping bag. Ills underwear, hy the way, was of reindeer's skin with Hie fur Inside. He .has explored itboiit iMMHSl square miles amid all kinds or weather, mid claims to have sulTcrcd 110 hardships, until his return to iM llr.atlun. Christian Herald. Canada as a Nation Builder. With Canada's great task In Ilia war beforo the public, the burdens that she so willingly look und so uhlj' carried, mid her recent victory In sub scribing S17S.00.ixk to tlio Sth Vic- lory Iloiul 1.01111 more than she asked, he would be a skeptic who would as sociate tho word pessimism with her present condition. Canailn dcptnrc.i the lunvy human loss which she has suffered, but even tbosn ukln to those lost In battle say with cheerfulness that while tho sncrlllce was great, Hie cause was wonderful, and accept their sufferings with grace. It may well be snld tlietf Is no room lu Can ndn today for tbeliesslmlst. Tho ag ricultural production of the country has doubled In four years. XIKI.ikiO, 000 are the railway earnings today or.'l'.i times what they were ten yenrs ngo, while the bank deposits nro now 1.7.Woa0Of) as compared with tU'l, 000,000 thirty years ago. There Is a wonderful promise for the future. It Is witli buoyancy Hint Cnnndn faces 1111 era of peace. She has tri umphed over the soul-testing crisis of wur. llcfnro the war ('aiiadit was 11 borrower, and expected lo continue so -for ninny years. I'or the past year and a btilf we hnvo M'cn her llnatice her self. Shu has also been furnishing credits to other nations, A recent nrllcle ill tho "Huston Tnui"crlit" says : "The people at home have not been lagging behind the boys at the front III courage, resourcefulness and elllcleucy. Thn development of Canada's wnr In dustry Is an Itidtisliinl romance of front rank. American Oovernment of ficials enn testify to tho ellleleney of the iniiniifiicturliig plant Canada has built up lu four short year. In De partment nfter Department where they found American Industry fulled theiu they were able to turn to Camilla. Tho full story may be revealed some day." Thu same paper says : I "It Is it new Cumnla Hint emerges from tlio world war lu 1 III K a tuition transformed from Unit which entered the cnnlllct In lilt I. "The war has tnken from Ciinnda u cruel loll More than MM lis) of her bravest mhis lie In soldiers' grKves In nurope. Three times Hint number luive been more or less luciipacllated by wounds. The cost of (lie wnr In money Is estlinnletl to be already M.inn.OOlUKs). These nre not light losses lor 11 country of 8.000,000 people, rorlttnately there Is also a credit side. Canada has found herself In this war. She bus discovered not merely the gal liinlry of her soldiers, but the bruins mill cnpaclly and ellleleney of her whole people. In etery branch, lu arms, In Industry, In lliuiitce, she has bail to measure her wits ngnlnst tho world, and In no case has Cumuli! rea son to be other Hutu griilllleil." Advertisement, Knew Human Nature. The old lail.v wlm ileiiared It Im possible In please some people certulu ly snld Miiucthlllg. RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR. To half pint of water add 1 i.t, II ty Ham, n mull txx of ILirlsi Cuiiuiuund, nnd U ut. of idvicrlue. Any drugglcl mn put this up or I'll rui mix It lit home at very llttlo eont. l'ull directions for mik ing and lii.a conn) in inch !hi of ll.irlsi Ciunpmtud. it will gradually diiken (trrnkeit, faded gray hair, and in.tkn It snft and glossy. II will not color the smlp, U lint lcky or grensv, nnd dm's nut rub olT,Adv. In most enses 11 man doesn't realize how 1 1 n -k he Is when u woman re fuses In marry him. Arizona Is Cleaning Out Beasts Which Kill Stock One of the efforts of Hie slate gov ernment of Arizona mid the federal guveriii it In their eampiilgii for the eradication of predatory animals, which .'t.use lurge losses in range stock. Is the employment nf skilled hunters. Thirteen nre now lu the employ of t In state mill federnl governments, (liber men lire exterminating rodents which deslroy run ccs. One of the hunters within two months killed 11 mountain lions. Another Wiled 80 coyotes wllli In u month," A Coated Tongue? What it Means A bad brrnth, coated tongue, hntt toitn in the mouth, languor nr.d delilllty, niu ueuniiy signs that thn liver In initol order. 1'IIOK, 11km Mt.TKit says: "The liver In nn "rgau secondary In Im portnuro nnly to thu heart." Wo en n manti fac tum poisons within our unn bodied which uru ns deadly as n imago 'a veuuui. The liver orta m a guard over our well-being, Billing nut the. clndi-rt and (lilies from tho general circulation. A lilockndo In the Intestines pllee n heavy burden upon thu liver. If thu Intestines nre clinked or clogged up, His circulation of tho blood heroines poisoned nnd tho syitem become; loaded with tnxlo wnite, and wo lulfut from headache, yellow-coated tongue, li.nl tatto in mouth, natieen, or gae, ncld dyapepila, languor, debility, yellow kin oreyea.' At audi times ono aboiild take a pleasant laxative. Such a one la made ol May-apple, lenvea of a toe, Inlan, put Into reedy-to-mo form by Doctor Pierce, nearly lllty yenra ago, and Bold for 23 cents by all drugnieU as Dr. l'icrco'a Plenaant Pclltta. Etochtoh. dur.-'For ccnitlpatba, elek BMdarho, an Inactive liver, IndtaeiUon and bill eutneu there II Doth In a .0 )tul Dr. ItiWi I'luunt 1VI.U. I here trt-d oOi.r U,logi bit like the 'I'l!u' Ust or mr,-Ut r. Cut rill.U, CU 8. Uraat Blneb