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When the ' 1 h-ead feels JT v. ‘ thick or v .■* one feels all out-of-sorts Up¥ perhaps a |*&£ y c o a t e and il^f otongu 0 tongue —it U )*% is the signal l(L\\*— that poisons Wpitf >• J% are accumu ja ik?.^\ lating in the H* I§* system, and / y should be 1 fWt cleaned out at once. Auto-intoxication can be best Sficribcd to our own neglect or carelessness. When the organs fail in the discharge of their duties, the putrefactive germs set in and generate toxins—actual poisons, which fill one’s own body. Sleepiness after meals, flushing of the face, extreme lassitude, bil iousness, dizziness, sick headache, acidity of the stomach, heartburn, offensive breath, anemia, loss of weight and muscular power, de crease of vitality or lowering of resistance to infectious diseases, disturbance of the eye, dyspepsia, indigestion, gastritis, many forms of catarrh, aathma, ear affections and allied ailments result from auto-intoxication or self-poisoning. Take castor oil, or procure at the drug store, a pleasant vege table laxative, called Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets, composed of May-apple, aloes and jalap. Your Best Asset A Skin Cleared By Cuticura Soap AJ! dtninr'ats; Soap2*. Ointment 23 &50 Talcum 26. Sample each free of '‘Cctfcnra, Dept E. Beaton.” Never Tasted Icing. Children in England attaining the age of understanding since August, 1014, have heaps of pleasant surprises In store for them, says a Londoner, One having been given a piece of iced cake, ate the cake and left the icing— “because she did not know what if was." Work Too Hard ? This time of the year finds evervone hurrying to get the home cleaned up for summer, it’s a pleasure, too, when you’re well, but no man or woman with a ’‘bad back” enjoys doing anything. If your back is lame, if sharp twinges catch you when lifting and you feel tired and worn out, kidney weakness is likely causing your trouble. Don’t wait! Delav may cause gravel, dropsy or Bright’s disease. Doan’s Kidney Pills have helped people the world over. An Alabama Case h< . C. L. McGowen, t*r'TMa£rTi |i|i' ar ? foreman. Union ■f U( Springs. Ala., says: "“C w ‘‘Doan’s Kidney Pills jSnStC/i ■ 7 restored my kidneys y, I to a healthy condl- I D° n - My back was JfcKJjMpra I very painful; If I Ju JzWkVa f J tr *ed to lift anything ,M / yif.J, -J or stoop over. I felt sJa r rivt Trn stiff and lame. My kidneys acted Irreg fjTj ijlr iSP* Caularly, too. Doan's 'JBS f Kidney Pills helped D me from the first, set-y* wj>% y however, and I have VS ” had no need to use .w thi'm for two or three years now. The cure they made has been a lasting one.” Get Doin’* at Any Stora, 60c a Box DOAN’S “‘“JLV FOSTER-MI 1 i'CRN CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y. Yep, He Could. “Jimmie," said teacher, "do you know what disaster moans?” “Yes’m,” answered he of the Jame* name. “Very well, let me hear you use li In a sentence.” “Why—uh—l know my ma won’t let me go swiramin’ rids kind o weather, cause I —disaster.” -DANDERINE” FOR FALLING HAIR Stop dandruff and double beauty of your hair for few cents. Dandruff cause* a feverish irtitath mt the scalp, the hair root* ahrink, loosen rnd then the hair comes out fast TANARUS stop falling hair at once and rid th fttalp of every particle of dandruff, gel • small bottle of "Dandefine" at anj dug store for a few cents, pour a little in your baud and rub it into the scalp After several applications the hair stop* coming out and you can’t find any dandruff. Your hair appeal* soft glossy and twice as thick and abund ant Try it! We never realize the value o ashes until we flop on an Icy pave went. t Y onfici^r^iK * Leflw —Murine for Red ws aqa Soreness, Granule EycssaMgrtSas “2 Drop*- In ModßWwhea roar Byes Ntoedto*. MI Mfkurina-Syo Btaudy Cos, t .1 • , Vests in Fashion’s Limelight jm nw/viHi .9^ Vests, as a pun of new spring tailored suits, could not be more uni versal if wearing them were a mat ter of patriotism insteat| of a matter of fashion. In fact, a spring suit without a vest, more or less essenUal and conspicuous. Is hardly to be found and one might write a small volume about them by undertaking to describe the various styles In which they are made, the kinds of material used and the endless variety of adornment on them. There may be some uncer tainty as to the fashionable length of skirt and some difference of opinion as to the correct width of them, but wom ankind is of one mind on the subject of vests, or waistcoats; they hold the center of the stage in the drama of spring fashions. The most popular fabrics for these vests are the various new supple, heavy fiber silks. They match In char acter the cloths popular for tailored suits, have brilliant luster and color and are made in a variety of Interest ing and beautiful weaves. Very wide, splendid ribbons claim much attention in the selection of vestees and recent- Charm of Spring in Millinery ~ j Four hats that are nothing less than four spring songs, each as different from the others as it can be, intrigue the buyers of new millinery to con sider their merits. They are totally different, each from the others, in character and bespeak a little thought on the part of the fair one who is about to make a selection; for they are suited to differing types of wom en. It is the woman who understands her own style that will make, the most careful study of them. The large hat at the top of the group will look well on a great num ber of heads, especially if its wearers have something of youthfulness In figure and carriage, or something of stateliness in Its place. The big hat Is for whoever can carry it off and It is quite generally becoming. This model is a wide-brimmed Milan faced with georgette crepe, and has high velvet daisies applied flat to the crown, and long stitches of chenille to give unity to this trimming. There is a pretty feather ornament at the left side. Flowing lines in these large hats make them the delight of tall women, and especially in a season when long skirts are worn. At the left of the group there Is an adorable poke bonnet. Right away It brings to mind n petite figure, and quite likely a taffeta frock or oae of voile, and a gentle face. Its crown Is covered with ribbon put on in correctly even rows and held in place by silk stitches. The brim Is covered with georgette and bound with ribbon, also fastened down with stitches. For trimming it has a sash of the ribbon tied about the crown and A Touch of Color. Did you ever think that sometimes In your endeavor to get your rooms harmonious you were apt to make then too monotonous? Many a per fect room Is spoiled because the owner Is afraid to put a Splotch of color here and there, and it looks characterless. That is where this new painted furni ture plays such a big part. It Is a mis take to use too much of it, but a piece or two In a quiet room will liven It up, and give It exactly what has been lacking for so long. If your living ly organdie has entered the race for a place in the midsummer sun. One of the attractions of the suit with a waJstcoat, or vest, is that the vest may be changed in many of them, so that the wearer may have bhe benefit of variety in color and character In them. Many a bit of old, handsomely embroidered silk or rich brocade ought to see the light of day once more now that vests are fashionable. A great favorite among the many styles in vests appears In the-picture above. It is of beige colored tricolette and Is braided with dark blue soutache braid in an all-over pattern. Even more popular are vests of this mate rial with an embroidered pattern across the bottom, repeated in a nar rower baud at the neck. Embroidered and plain pongee make elegant vests with the embroidery in self or in con trasting colors. In many suits there is quite an expanse of vest displayed at the front, but there are others In which this detail is less conspicuous, and in some it dwindles to a mere boi> der of color which one glimpses un der the coat. fruit across the from, uue would ex* pect to find the wearer of the smart hat shown at the right in a trig but not simple tailored dress or suit and very up-to-date. The square-cornered shape Is covered with georgette crepe and has a protecting brim that droops a little, and is bound with a soft, bril liant braid. The same braid makes a band about the side crown, that has narrow picot-edged ribbon laced through it. A flat bow with ends, of this ribbon, is fastened against the crown and brim and a small rose is settled with some fruit at the base of the crown. The last hat is a crisp little affair In brilliant black braid that one would expect, to find covering the head of a well-groomed, tailor-made type of woman. Its lines proclaim it a fine hat for matronly wearers and the only concession it makes, in the way of trimming, is a flat, wired loop of rather narrow ribbon posed on the top. It is a businesslike and viva cious-looking hat, as original as It la simple. . To Iron Scrim Curtains. Have them sprinkled at least six hours before Ironing. Then take cot ton blankets and a bedsheet, put over kitchen table, spread curtains as even ly as possible- Iron the hem first. Go lightly over center part, then once more. When folding fold lengthwise each Curtain twice. They are easier to handle. Will look like new cur tains. mom seems to lack life, buy a piece of furniture done in lacquer or enamel with vividly colored decorations, prop erly placed, find see what wonders it will work. There are ferneries, sew ing tables, clocks, tea tables, goldfish bowls and stands, book ends, tobacco jars and many more things that have been transformed into glorious bits of color that will add just the right touch to your room. Women billposters are adding to the; fame of Coney island.* THIS WOMAN SAVED FROM AN OPERATION By taking Lydia £. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound, One of Thousands of Such Cases. Black River Falla, Wia.—*‘Aa Lydia E. Pink ham’s Vegetable Compound Ino saved me from an 1 operation, I cannot say enough in praise of it. I suffered frota organic troubles and my side hurt me so I could hardly be up from my bed, and I was unable to do my I housework. 1 bad the best doctors in Eau Claire and they wanted me to have mgr- ' an operation, but L i., Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound cured me so I did not need the operation, and I am telling all my friends about it.”—Mrs. A. W. Binzer, Black River Falls, Wis. It is just such experiences as that ol Mrs. Binzer that has made this famous root and herb remedy a household word from ocean to ocean Any woman who suffers from inflammation, ulceration, displacements, backache, nervousness, irregularities or the blues ” should not rest until she has given it a trial, and for special advice write Lydia ci. Pinkham medicine Cos., Lynn, Mass. One 30ogn of ii |Be Stock & Poultry Medicine .. will make Two Big Sacks of Bee Dee Stock & Poultry Medicine 8 BWB3 is a concentrated liver medicine for k/j£&U chickens, hogs, horses, cattle, sheep, H . • I etc. it has been Used Successfully pt| ii Recommended for simple stock and Ip tma poultry troubles, such as Constipa- - a tlon. Indigestion, Liver Troubles, BR | Loss of mk Beautiful 20-Plece Set Genuine ROGERS Silver Nickel Tableware FREE! We want every family to have this beautiful set of Rogers Guaranteed Silver Nickel Tableware. Won’t corrode. Guar anteed to stand fifty years’ every day use. Beautiful up-to-date violet pattern. At tractive high grade tableware in every way. Hsw to Got TaLtesre Free Here is my plan: Tear out this ad —write fj your name and address to show you accept our offer, and we will send you ten *1.20 packages of Wilbur’s Poultry Food f ends, with two packages extra (J 2.40 worth) to offset the freight. Sell these twelve packages among your friends and neigh bor*. They bay ttivaully. Tuy know and on onr pro duels. Keep $2.40 for trrnthTspnd rr.of!2. On receipt o' this w I sent! v.m A BSpl UTELi FREE —Ttil’s SPLENDID SET OF TAPI RE. So tear out this U. >tro mcne, aidresa : ’iU aiw-rwaro ia yuuis frva. IE. B. MARSHALS. CO. Marshall Bldg. MILWAUKEE, WIS. R. F. D. or Street. —... ......... i- P O .State —. Bs 1 ichs do their s move naturally. vhR !g babies need Vw 4 SLOWS \\. ?UP I liulslreo’* Reyalator /IJ ______ mach digest food, jik JftV, and bowels to move as they JiM should. Contains no alcohol, opiates, narcotics, or other A harmful ingredients. V'' , ,1 L • 'ky At year dmegitttsjgf LM——IISUUU I 1 IiHWIB Ill'S IlllSWi— POSITION Georgia READY Alabama FOR EACH Business GRADUATE College Macon, Ga. 4 WRITE FOR CATALOG Raise Both Beef and Milk Thousands of Shorthorn cows are pro ducing from B,ow tc ■ 12,000 lbs. ol milk per year and producing calves that top Is the combination farm. The average farmer a^ sp *‘ horn combines beef and milk as no other breed does. AMERICAN SHORTHORN BREEDERS’ ABS*N, 18 Dexter Park Ate., Chicago. lIL Kill All Flies! PACKER’S 1 * HAIR BALSAM a toilet preparation of merit. f&SL eradkmtedaoK^uff. rJm Beauty to Grey or Faded Hair. MaandjLgoatPnwgjga^ (iKT MV OLOTAXIONS ON LIBKRTA * BONDS before you sell. Give l*ue whe| writing. What oil atock h mlt.. P Attorney. Yoakum. Texas Just Think of It. Mrs. Nmvife (In tears)—Oh, Mrs. Gabbalot, I am heartbroken about Clarence. He Is so selfish. Mrs. Gabbalot —Surely that can’t be true, dear; I thought he was one of the most generous husbands in the world. Mrs. Nuvvife Generous, nothing; the mean thing went and had his own life Insured and didn’t have mine. Credit to Both. “They bad the same cook for 20 years.” “She deserves a distinguished serv ice medal.” “Quite so. And It wouldn’t be amiss to bestow a decoration of some sort on the family.” Fortunate Incredulity. Mrs. Casey (with newspaper)—They gave Pat Murphy’s name in the death notices instead of his brother Mike’s. Casey—Ye don’t say! It’s a nice fix Pat would be in if he was wan o’ thim that belave all they read in the —Boston Transcript. Aroused Willie's Curiosity. Little Willie —Father, have you had another wife? Father —Good gracious! Whatever makes you ask that? Little Willie—Well, on the first page of this Bible it says you married Anno Domini, 18S0. The Way It Sounds. “Gracious, what was that?” asked raa, excitedly, as there came a sound of crashing glass from the pantry where the medicine chest lived. “Oh, that’s only pa,” responded Wil lie, “I heard him say he was going to break up a cold.” VERY APPROPRIATE. Ist Bug: Why the two dollar bill? 2nd Bug: My guests want to fiance on the green! Join a Diet Squad. In case you can’t buy tenderloin With your small wad. You’ll And it is good form to join A diet squad. Wise Hubby. “So your wife has stopped bother ing you for an automobile?” “Yes; I tipped off a seer she pat ronizes to warn her against ever riding In one.” His Practice. “A photographer ought to make an ideal lover.” “Why so?” “Because he can develop a wom an's negative into a positive success.” Hard to Tell. He —Do you think one can learn by correspondence? v She —Depends on the kind of fellow one corresponds with. Good Job. First Tramp —Wot would youse rather be dan anything? Second Tramp—A tank in a brew ery. A Sure Winner. Josh —How did Swift manage to se cure the nomination? He has no po litical influence, has he? Bosh—No; but he’s simply rolling in affluence. Practically Noiseless. Marlon—Does that noisy Reggy Feather still come to see you? Myrtle—Yes, he still comes, but he hasn’t made a noise like a proposal yet. Part of the Tree. Howe — The new political party is di viding its tree. Wise —Yes, I understand they are kicking as to who will take the stump. Smart Boy. “That boy learned a lot of things in college. He knows things very few others know’ about.” “Tell me some of them.” “Well, somebody asked him what caused such unusual heat and he said it was due to surplus caloric in the atmosphere.” To Come. “Hasn’t this aviation business many difficulties yet?” “Oh, yes, but it won’t be long be fore it will be all air plain sailing.” Necessary Qualification. Bronson—Most of the airs people pat on about the benefits of foreign travel are all a bluff. Woodson —Yes. But you’ve got to travel yourself in order to be able to call the bluff. One or the Other. “Is that picture one of the old mas ters?” “I think so,” answered Mr. Cumrox. “Either that picture is an old master, or the man who sold it to me is a wizard of finance.” Just Once! Try Dodson's Liver Tone! Take No Calomel! Listen To Me! If bilious, constipated, headachy or sick, I guarantee relief without taking dangerous calomel which sickens and salivates* Sbxj using calomel! It makes you straighten you right up and make you sick. Don’t lose a day’s work. If you feel fine and vigorous by morning. I feel lazy, sluggish, bilious or constl- want you to go back to the store and patel listen to me! got your money. Dodson’s Liver Tone Ces)mel is mercury or quicksilver, is destroying the sale of calomel be whiclb causes necrosis of the bones, cause it is real liver medicine; entirely Calotuel. when it comes into contact veatable, therefore It can not salivate with sour bile, crashes into it, break- or make you sick, ing It up. This is when you feel that I guarantee that one spoonful of awful nausea and cramping. If you Dodson’s Liver Tone will put your are “all knocked out,’’ if your liver Is sluggish liver to work and clean your torpid nud bowels constipated or you bowels of that sour bile and consti have headache, dizziness, coated ton- pated waste which Is clogging your gue. If breath is bad or stomach sour, system and making you feel miserable. Just try a spoonful of harmless Dod- I guarantee that a bottle of Dodson’s son’s Liver Tone. Liver Tone will keep the entire family Here’s ray guarantee —Go to any feeling fine for months. Give It to drug store and get a bottle of Dodson’s your children. It is harmless; doesn’t Liver Tone for a few cents. Take a gripe and they like its pleasant taste, spoonful tonight, and if It doesn’t —Adv. \ A WAR-TIME ILL THAT’S SPREADING \] HUNT’S SALVE CURES IT! -Qy I I TYRED in the war trenches of Europe, a wave of ordl- I I Jj nary ITCH is spreading over the country. This skin f\ M r disease, history shows, tias always prevailed, following f w I L-^ / wars and the concentration of armies. It was common ff B J during the Civil War and following that conflict. There mJ\ was an epidemic of the itch after the Spanish American tf J War. .Now history is repeating itself alter the great fknxgS European struggle, k jpjgPM Returned soldiers and those with whom they come in contact will find a recognized remedy for the Itch ?n mßftfjp Hunt’s Salve, commonly known as "Hunt's Itch Cure.” JHfiE*/.? / j| \jn Manv a veteran of the late ’9O s will testiA to its merits, awilj |j lIJ ff directions are followed HI NT’S SALVE will |i m prove a never failing cure for all forms oJ the Itch, and j' |r your druggist will tell you so. He sells Hi N T’S S \L\ K M |Yy,v'w(y under a strict guarantee to refund the purchase price to any dissatisfied user. 'IIS* 9 A Medford, Oklahoma man. among thousands who praise HUNT’S SALVE, says: "Some people dislike to call it the Itch, but candor compels me to admit I had it badlv. Your Hunt’s Salve, however, cured me after many other remedies had totally failed. One box completed the cure—the first application afforded wonderful relief. My advice to those who have to scratch, is to use Hunt’s Salve.” . . . „ ... .. Hunt’s Salve is especially compounded for the treatment of Itch, Eczema, Ringworm Tetter and other itching skin diseases and is sold on our guaranty* by all reliable drug stores, or it will be sent direct by mail if your local druggist cannot supply. Price 75c per box. A. B. RICHARDS MEDICINE COMPANY, INC., SHERMAN, TEXA*. Passing Strange. £? dIuH'IHTTHI "Human nature Is queer.” Jf^p “Several profiteers recently attended Wlffi hlilililHuLJ memorial exercises in honor of our _ Don t treat smarting eyes dead soldiers, and not one of them with powerful drugs “dropped” in by looked as it he felt out of place.”- Birmingham Age-Herald. is best. Prt 28 rnti Sold by all or by maxi from Yes. Rafale, the other half has to Jre on what the better half is able MITCHELL EYE SALVE] ; cook. i ■■ ■■ 1 mm '— i OLD AGE STARTS WITH YOUR KIDNEY S Science says that old nee begins with weakened kio&eys and digestive organs. This being true, it is easy to believe that by keeping the kidneys and diges tive organs cleansed and in proper work ing order old age can be deferred and life prolonged far beyond that enjoyed by the average person. For over 200 years GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil has been relieving the weaknesses and disability due to advanc ing years. It is a standard old-time home remedy and needs no introduction, GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil is inclosed in odorlesSj tasteless capsules contain ing about 5 drops each. Take them ns you would a pill, with a swallow of water. The oil stimulates the kidney Have You Tried Tuxedo in the New “TEA-FOIL” PACKAGE? [t is the most popular innovation of many years in smoking to bacco packages- Smokers are delighted with its many ad- Js!' \wJ “Your Nose dT / Knows** Finest Burley Tobacco Mellow-aged till perfect -f> a dash of Chocolate B The Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and Cigarette j? & action and enables the organs to throw off the poisons which cause premature old age. New life and strength increase as you continue the treatment. When completely restored continue taking capsule or two each day. GOLD MED AL Haarlem Oil Capsules will keep you in health and vigor and prevent a return of the disease. Do not wait until old age or disease have settled down for good. At the tirst sign that your kidneys are not working properly, go to your druggist and get a box of GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules. Money refunded if they do not help you. Three sizes. But re member to ask for the original imported GOLD MEDAL brand. In sealed pack* ages.