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I HOW THIS
NERVOUS WOMAN
GOT WELL
"■
Told by Herself. Her Sin
cerity Should Con
vince Others.
Christopher, III.—“For four years I
suffered from irregularities, weakness,
m—————— nervousness, and
P 0 was in a run down
condition. Two of
our best doctors
failed to do me any
good. 1 heard so
much about what
' Lydia E.Pinkham’s
! Vegetable Com
,Mi pound had done for
..-•✓•-■- A others, 1 tried it
'f. , 0' and was cured. I
; ; w ' am no longer ner
vous, am regular,
- - 1 " and in excellent
fcealth. I believe, the Compound will
cure any female trouble.” —Mrs. ALICE
Keller, Christoph* r, 111.
Nervousness is often a symptom of
weakness or some functional derange
ment, which may be overcome by this
famous root and herb remedy, Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
thousands of women have found by
experience. i
! If complications exist, write Lydia E.
Pinkham Medicine Cos., Lynn, Mass., for
‘suggestions in regard to your ailment.
' t The result of ita long experience is
at vour service.
Heard in an Office.
i “Phew.’ How can you smoke such
cigars as this one you’ve given me?” j
“I can’t. That's the one you handed
me yes* rday.”
SHAKE !!M' r 0 YOUR SHOES.
Allen’s Hoot Ease, the antiseptic powder
to be shaken Into the shoes and sprinkled
■in t he foot bath It rell< . painful swol
len, smarting feet and takes the sting out
of corn.- and bunions. Allen's Fool Ease
Is a certain relief for sweating, callous,
tired, aching fc< ■. and makes walking a
dehght. s?old everywhere.—Adv.
A shark's teeth arc movable at will,
arid become < .-ect at flic moment the
animal is ‘adzing its prey.
| Could n’t Move
In Bed Twelve Weeks From
Rheumatic Trouble. Now
Praises Doan’s.
“For twelve weeks 1 lay abed, unable
to move a muscle.” says Mrs. Oust
•Johnson, 654 E. Seventh St., lied Wing,
Minn.
“The pains that shot through my
entire body seemed
more than any human JL.'|
being could stand. My a:.-J? b
hands and arms and gV: \
lower limbs were put x tE?
in splints to stop them sh w*
from twisting into A B
knots. Every ligament \ f
seemed ready to snap. \
I can’t understand how
1 endured such agony. 1%
“Several physicians ZCIL
agreed that 1 had in
flammatory rheuraa
tism. but their medi- Mr. Johnson
cine didn’t give me any relief. Mv
folks wanted to take me to a hospital,
but 1 would not let them. The doctors
said that nothing could be done for me.
“I had been an invalid now for two
years, before I finally decided to resort
to Doan's Kidney Pills. 1 used twelve
boxes and they surely did prove their
wonderful merit. It is a year since,
and I have enjoyed the best health of
all my bfe. 1 weigh nearly 170 pounds
and am like a different person in every
respect. I shall aljvays praise Doan's
Kidney Pills.'"
Sicorn to before me,
HAROLD V. PETERSON,
Notary Public.
Get Doan'• at Any Store, 60c a Box
DOAN'S ■y^V
FOSTER-MILBURN CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y.
HEADACHE
Often Caused by
Acid-Stomach
Yes, Indeed, more often than you think.
Because ACID-STOMACH, starting with in
fliffeation. heartburn, belching, food-repeat
ing, bloat and gas. if not checked, will even
tually affect every vital organ of the body.
Severe, blinding, splitting headaches are.
therefore, of frequent occurrence as a result
of this upset condition.
Take EATONIC. It quickly banishes acld
itomach with its sour bloat, pain and gas.
It aids digestion—helps the stomach get
full strength from every mouthful of food
you eat. Millions of people are miserable,
weak, sick and ailing because of A°ID
BTOMACH. Poisons, created by partly at
tested food charged with acid, are absorbed
Into the blood and distributed throughout
the entire system. This often causes rheu
matism, biliousness, cirrhosis of the liver,
heart trouble, ulcers and even* cancer of
Ihe stomach. It robs Us victims of their
health, undermines the strength of the
most vigorous.
If you want to get back your physical
and mental strength—be full of vim and
vigor—enjoy life and he happy, you must
get r.d of your acld-atomach.
In KATONIC you will find the very heir
you need and It'a guaranteed. So get a big
10c box from your druggist today. If It
falls 16 please you. return It and he will
refund your money.
FATONIC
ftp rrOR YOPR AOP-STOMAat
oman Wants^
FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE
Dissolved in water for douches stops j
pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflaxn- I
mation. Recommended by Lydia E.
Pinkham Med. Cos, for tea years.
; A healing wonder for nasal catarrh,
, gore throat and sore eyes. Economical.
I Ha* extra ordinary cleansing and germicidal power.
I Sample Free. 50c. all druggist*, or pcatpeid by
V. mail. The Paxton T oflet Company. Boat on, Klara.
gn&fiPCY TREATMENT. Gives quick relief
l/iWa w• goon remove* swelling and ahor
breath. Never heard of Its equal for dropsy
Try It. Trial treatment sent FREE, by mail.
Write to DR. THOMAS E. GREEN
Bank Bids.. Be* go. CHSTSWORTM. OS
A^EXTS—Thousands sold. Pershing's Story
American Army in France; 40 pp. action,
battle; Ulus, in colors. Liberal terms. Sam
ple 25c. Southern Sales Cos.. Dresden, Term,
W. N. U., BIRMINGHAM, NO. 27-1919
rfnunnm ****** * efresk **> SMihei,
M Strong and*Healthy.* I*
SJnmJi they Tire, Smart, Itch,o
VruinflcC Burn, if Sore, Irritated
YUUR CIU Inflamed or Granulate
me Murine often. Safe for Infant or Adul
At aB Druggists. Write lor Free Eye 800 l
Ml^mCwmtCkiea§,(l.S.l
PURE WATER FOR THE CANAL ZONE
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' • ■' : T ’•’#}s£*
■ ’ - „• ■- . •
This is a view of the large sedimentation tanks at the Miraflores filtra
tion plant, where the water used by the population of the Panama Canal zone
is purified. This water comes from the Chagres river and is pumped from
Gamboa through a large pipe line.
AMERICANS LAUGH
AS GERMANS RAIL
Smel of Doughnuts Cooked in
Coblenz Makes Teuton
Noses Wag.
TRY TO PUT YANKS IN BAD
Propaganda Published
in German Newspapers Purports
to Give Feelings of Germans
in Occupied Area.
('oblcnz. —Considerable anti-Arnerl
mn propaganda is being published In
German newspapers by German news
paper men who have visited the Rhine
zone occupied by the American army.
Some of their writings set forth what
purports to be I heir own opinions of
the feelings of the Germans in the oc
cupied territory.
The writings of one German in a
Lelpslc newspaper have afforded
amusement to the American Intelli
gence officers, though he wrote with
the evident Intention to put Americans
in a bad light before the German civil
ians.
“On account of the sundry annoying
acts of the authorities,” he writes,
“the population is not at all satisfied
with the American occupation and is
loud in its abuse of these molestations,
though, to lA* sure, this is all kept
within closed walls. Nobody dares to
make any criticism 1n public since re
cent heavy sentences were Imposed on
those guilty of careless rumors.”
Truth About Food.
Civilian visitors from unoccupied
Germany expect to find great stocks of
food in all stores, many coming to the
occupied area with the hope of secur
ing supplies for themselves and taking
them back with them. This is not al
lowed. Regarding food the writer in
the I.eipsic newspaper says;
“There have been all kinds of stories
In Leipsic recently about the marvel
ous things one can purchase in the
American occupied territory. It was
related that American stores had been
established where all kinds of food
was sold at unbelievably low prices.
That is ail very true; but the German
inhabitants are permitted only to look
at all the.se beautiful articles. They
can buy nothing. Everything is for the
troops only. And only to be gazed at
by the Germans are the doughnuts, the
savory odors which fill the city of
Coblenz and which are baked from
early morning until late at night by
the American soldiers in no less than
twenty great bakeries.”
The writer also touches on the work
of the military police. saying: “Avery
unpleasant institution in Coblenz is
the spy system. Possession of Ameri
can property is forbidden. Whoever
buys from American soldiers cigar
ettes, food, shoes and clothing and Is
caught with the goods is punished with
a drastic fine or prison sentence.”
Yanks Very Proper.
Summarizing, after writing several
5 5.000 c ish Successfully
Elude Fort Worth Police |
| Fort Worth. Tex. —The sea- J
sen’s first fish story broke here. $
$ but as yet Fire Chief Bideker is *
* unable to explain how the elu- *
} sive finuies got away. ” *
J Five thousand y< sing bass wer *
shipped here in a ten-gallon tank 5
j from the San Marcos hatcheries $
$ to be used in restocking the wa- \
$ ters of I.ake Worth. All ar- $
5 rangeraents had been made for $
$ taking the bass to the lake, but $
when the chief and several of £
% his men went to the Texas ,& 2
* Pacific station it was found the i
t fish had been previously receipt- I
$ ed for and taken away. I
3 Police and city detectives are *
5 trying to solve the mystery. {
USED VOUSSES TO OIL CAR
Chauffeur Takes Wrong Jug When
His Machine Needs
Lubricating.
Dover, Me.—Dover people had the
laugh on the driver of an
motor truck which was being towed
through the town recently, not because
there had been “engine trouble,” but
because the driver had applied the con
tents of the wrong jug to the lubri
mtlog system
columns, the writer says in conclu
sion :
“Disregarding the arrogant behavior
of the conqueror, the Americans in
Coblenz and the bridgehead on the
right of th*> Rhine conduct themselves
in a very proper manner. Of course
there are cases of disturbances by
soldiers now and then, but if an Amer
ican soldier tries to assault a German
and a military policeman is near
enough to arrest the soldier one may
rest assured that the military court
will punish the American accordingly.
“All in all, judgment of the Ameri
cans may he summed up thus; They
do not in reality behave worse than
would any other army of occupation,
although the soldiers do amioy the
population —annoy it in many respects.
And that is a desirable state of af
fairs. Thereby the idea of separation,
which has already made considerable
progress here and there in the Rhine--
land, will lose more and more of Its
supporters, and it will be easier for
the people of the Rhineland to remain
a part of the empire.”
CUT TIME OF
TRIP TO PARIS
Twenty-four Hours to Be Lopped
Off Journey From New
York.
RAIL PROJECT THE MEANS

New Lines to Be Constructed Which
Will Expedite Progress of Voy
ager Between United States
and French Metropolis.
London. —There are plans afoot
which will cut down the time now
necessarily spent in traveling from
; New York to Paris. Of course, event
! ually we are to skim through the air
|iu a day or so. But for the average
I American that experience may be a
little remote. In the meantime, ac
cording to the Madrid correspondent
of the London Times, certain rail
way projects in Spain are tending to
expedite the progress of the voyager.
! It may at first thought seem curious
that one’s transatlantic passage
should he affected by such means. But
I
- the correspondent shows us why:
Rail Projects in Spain.
“Considerable interest is being mani
fested in Spain In two great railway
j projects. The first, already voted as a
j bill by the Spanish senate, is for a
direct line from Dhx, .in southern
j France, to Algeciras, near Gibraltar,
This line is a project of the English
1 and French governments, will
| form a. link in the great railway from
London to the Cape, the completion
<f which is now only a matter of time.
This line across Spain will he of the
international and not of the Spanish
i gauge; it will he worked by electric
! traction, and will take the shortest
> possible route.
“Many schemes have been prepared,
but. although the final decision has not
yet been made on many points of de
tail. the broad principles have been
agreed upon. The northern section of
the line, from Pax to Madrid, to avoid
: unnecessary competition with the
Norte railway from Inin, will not
; touch the points of junction from
which that line draws Its chief goods
traffic, but will pass direct through
f Pamplona and Sorlac. The southern
section. In the plan which seems most
[likely to be approved, will for similar
reasons take a straight course through
a practically uninhabited part of the
country.
“It is proposed to make only one
’ It seems that when the machine
needed a liberal dose of oil. the owner
had picket! up a familiar jug and in a
semilight had poured into the oil well
the viscous contents of the jug. Then
he set about preparations for his mo
tor business and tried to start his car.
The harder he worked the worse the
engine ran.
Finally the secret came out when
engine inspection revealed the fact
that the oil had been mysteriously con
verted into molasses, which had been
pumped* thoroughly through the lubrl-
m SKA COAST EQTO. BAY ST. LOUIS, MISSISSIPPI
AskTsi .000 :
5 for Unwelcome Kiss *
2 **
Z %
! : Hornell. N. Y. —“He threw Ids 5
l| arm*; around me, hu,.red me j
jl kissed me and then gave me X
; I cents." J
This is the reason why the '
exclusive farming section of ;
jl Hartsville, N. Y.. fs all agog over J
an action brought in court here j
by Mrs. Alice Newman against f
Burdell Evans. Mrs. Newman $
demands $3,000. 4
!; On the lonely rond that passes 4
I her home, Mrs. Newman claims %
she was forced at midnight, De- 4
comber V- into being kissed, 4
hugged and given u good squeez- i
ing. |
FOR ELECTRIC BORDER FENCE
Military Authorities Think That Best
Way to Cope With
Mexicans.
Fort Sam Houston, Texs —An elec
trified barbed wire fence along the
Mexican border from the mouth of the
Rio Grande to the Pacific ocean is
favored by the military authorities
who are familiar with the conditions
that exist in that wide scope of fron
tier territory. As an adjunct to this
barrier against bandits, it is proposed
that a government highway be con
structed along the bank of the Rio
Grande and the remaining part of the
international line.
It is roughly estimated that the cost
of building the highway would be ap
proximately $12.000,(XK). No figures
have been made public as to the prob
able cost of constructing the barbed
wire fence. The proposition has been
laid before the war department by
Congressman John N. Garner and is
said to have met the approval of the
officials of that branch of the govern
ment.
Cruiser Brings in Whale.
San Francisco—Speed of the pro
tected cruiser Marblehead, steaming
here from San Diego, was mysterious
ly impeded off Pigeon Point. Investi
gation by searchlight showed a 60-foot
whale on the cruiser’s how ram. It
was towe’d into port and Commander
Charles P. Huff said It would he placed
on sale, for S3OO, which amount has
been needed by the crew for an en
tertainment to he given soon.
Cleaned Her Out.
Cleveland. Della Krawiewic told
the police that one of her tenants, who
left during the night, took all her win
dows, gas fixtures and light globes
with him.
stop between Madrid and Algeclras, at
Cuenca, where —as the line will be, at
first at any rate, a single one —the
trains from the north and south will
cross. The northern journey will be
made in six to seven hours, as against
the present thirteen from Irun to
Madrid.
“The other line is designed to run
from Vigo to the French frontier, prob
ably at Hendaye, and Is part of a great
American project fty developing the
port of Vigo by the building of docks,
warehouses, and all the equipment of a
great commercial harbor. By this
scheme the journey from New York to
Paris can be shortened by twenty-four
hours and its importance can be meas
ured by the fact that its realization
will give America a commercial en
trance to Europe.
“The vast contracts connected with
these schemes are already the subject
of rival studies and investigations, and
English firms purposing to take a part
should lose no rime in getting into
touch with the conditions on the spot.”
HER BANK BALANCE $9,401,778
Hetty Green’s'Account Made Public In
New York Through Claims
for Taxes.
New York. —The amount of Mrs.
Hetty H. It. Green’s bank deposits in
this city at the time of her death was
$9,401,778. Besides she had interest
bearing certificates aggregating $4,-
230,504.
These figures became known when
State Comptroller Travis asked the
surrogate to hold that these sums
were used in her business in this city
and consequently are subject to the
tax. The aggregate amount which
the comptroller contends is taxable is
$36,610,369.
The deposits were: Seaboard Na
tional hank, $3,145,694; special depos
it in same hank, 51.386.927; Colonial
bank, $359,753, and National Park
bank. $380,374; certificates of deposit.
$5,141,049; loans on collateral, $0,781,-
090; mortgages on real estate. $5,812,-
000.

China to Have Wireless Service.
Pekin. —An agreement was signed
between the Marconi Wireless Tele
graph company and the Chinese gov
ernment for the formation of a Chi
nese national wireless telegraph com
pany, with a capital of $3,500,000,
half the amount to be subscribed each
,by the government and the Marconi
company.
eating system. The truck was towed
to the garage men for a de-sweetening
process. *
$25 Fee for One Word.
Cincinnati. —“Sane.” For that one
word Dr. Herman H. Hoppe, alienist,
was paid $25. Harold O. Agg was on
trial for murder and his counsel was
trying to prove him ihsane. But Doc
tor Hoppe was compelled to sit and
listen while the hypothetical question
was read and It contained
words.
Calomel Today! Sick Tomorrow!
I Guarantee Dodson’s Liver Tone '
Don’t take nasty, dangerous calomel when bilious,
constipated, headachy. Listen to me!
’ 1 ' 1 IHTlll 'I .■•■•■■■■•■lT — , ■
Calomel makes you sick; you lose a
day’s work. Calomel Is quicksilver
and it salivates; calomel injures your
liver.
If you are bilious, feel lazy, slug
gish and all knocked out, if your bow
els are constipated and your head
aches or stomach is sour, just take a
spoonful of harmless Dodson’s Liver
Tone Instead of using sickening, sali
vating calomel. Dodson’s Liver Tone
is real liver medicine. You’ll know it
next morning because you will wake
up feeling fine, your liver* will be work
ing. your headache and dizziness gone,
your stomach will be sweet and bow
els regular. You will feel like work
ing. You'll be cheerful; full of vigor
and ambition.
Yotir druggist or dealer sells you a
bottle of Dodson’s Liver Tone for a
Striking Similarity.
Tom P. Morgan loves to tell the old
story of the farmer who tore a good
deal of good clothing and went to
much trouble to catch a perfectly
wretched, decrepit old tramp who had
been sleeping in the farmer’s haymow.
“Now,” yelled the farmer in a triumph
ant outburst, “now I've got ye!” “Yes,”
whined the harmless old wreck, “and
a great git you got!” This story is
brought to mind by the report in yes
terday's news that the Esthonian and
Finnish troops had crowned their h< r
culean efforts by the*capture of Petro
grad.—Kansas City Star.
Watch Cuticura Improve Your Skin,
On rising and retiring gently smear
the face with Cuticura Ointment.
Wash off Ointment in five minutes
with Cuticura Soap and hot water. It
Is wonderful sometimes what Cuticura
will do for poor complexions, dandruff,
itching and red rough hands. —Adv.
Bud’s Expression of Sympathy.
He's only seven. But he has a fund
of sympathy even if he lacks words
to express his feelings.
One of the neighbors had been
called away by the death of her moth
er. In some way the boy heard of
her great sorrow. Meeting her upon
the street a few days after her return,
he said, very solemnly.:
“Mrs. B , did your mother die?”
“Y r es, Buddy.” replied the neighbor.
“Ain't that the devil of it!” was his
sympathetic but startling comment.
THE REASON
Why Vacher-Balm stops all kinds of
pain and soreness so quickly is that It
stops inflammation, therefore nothing
gives quicker relief for Mumps, Head
ache, Burns, etc. It also qtiickly re
lieves Catarrh, and being harmless
may be used Internally.
If you cannot buy it locally write
for Free Sample and agent’s prices.
Beware of imitations. E. W. Vacher,
Inc., New Orleans, La. —Adv.
Hard Drink Seller, out Safe.
“There goes a man who lives on
water all the year round.”
“Pshaw! That’s impossible.”
“Oh no, it isn’t. He cuts it and
stores it !n winter and sells it in sum
mer:” —Bostrfn Evening Transcript.
"BAYER CROSS" ON
GENUINE ASPIRIN
f A \
Vi>/
“Bayer Tablets of Aspirin” to be
genuine must be marked with the
safety “Bayer Cross.” Always buy an
unbroken Bayer package which con
tains proper directions to safely re
lieve Headache, Toothache. Earache.
Neuralgia, Colds and pain. Handy tin
boxes of 12 tablets cost but a few
cents at drug stores —larger packages
also. Aspirin is the trade mark of
Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetic
acidester of Salicylicacid.—Adv.
Perfect.
“But his table manners are poor,”
observed the old-fashioned mother.
“Poor! Why. mamma!” exclaims
the dashing daughter, “lie took me to
lunch with him at the St. Gorgeous
and ordered nothing but the most ex
pensive things on the menu!”
A Feeling of Security
Ton naturally feel secure when you
know that the medicine you are about to
take is absolutely pure and contains no
harmful or habit producing drugs.
Such a medicine is Dr. Kilmer’s Swamp-
Root, kidney, liver and bladder remedy.
The same standard of purity, strength
and excellence is maintained in every
bottle of Swamp-Root.
It is scientifically compounded irom
vegetable herbs.
It is not a stimulant and is taken in
teaspocnful doses.
It is not recommended for everything.
It is nature's great helper in relieving
and overcoming kidney, liver and blad
der troubles.
A sworn statement of purity is with
every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
Root.
If you need a medicine, you should
have the best. On sale at all drug stores
in bottles of two sizes, medium and large.
However, if you wish first to try this
great preparation send ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer & Cos., Binghamton, N. Y., for a
•ample bottle. When writing be sure and
mention this paper.—Adv.
Mistaken.
“Why did you call your mother when
I tried to kiss you ?” “I —I —I —I didn’t
think she was in the house.”
Bonnets are almost unknown la
Mexico, even among wealthy ladies.
few cents under ray personal guaran
tee that it will clean your sluggish
liver better than nasty calomel; it
won’t make you sick and you can eat
anything you want without being sali
vated. Your druggist guarantees that
each spoonful will start your liver,
clean your bowels and straighten you
up by morning or you get your money
hack. Children gladly take Dodson's
Liver Tone because it is pleasant tast
ing and doesn’t gripe or cramp or
make them sick.
I am selling millions of bottles of
Dodson’s Liver Tone to people who
have found that this pleasant, vege
table liver medicine takes the place of
dangerous calomel. Buy one bottle on
my sound, reliable guarantee. Ask
your druggist about me. —Adv.
gastoria
I I For Infants and Children,
? : Mothers now That
ii.lfflßHH Genuine Castoria
Always /
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In Agreement. Preparedness.
“Here’s a critic that takes the vi#w Hfbther —If you fell In the water,
that Hamlet was mad.” why are your clothes dry?
“Well, I don’t think he was any too Tommy —I took ’em off In case of
well pleased myself." accident—Pearson’s Weekly.
Man of Letters. Proving It.
"A man of letters, isn’t he?” “Pussyfooting is a calamity.”
“Sure! Runs a thriving mail-order “I suppose it is something of n cat
business.”—Buffalo Express. estrophe.”—Son Francisco Chronicle.
“Saves the Bacon”
A Tonic, Laxative and Worm Expeller
RESULTS GUARANTEED
ML Pleasant, Iowa—“I used a large bucket of Hog Remedy It was so satis
factory that, without solicitation I got a barrel. Am well pleased with results
of my feeding.” C. N. McGOHAN.
Horse Colic May Come at Any Time lf your horse does not get relief, he
soon dies. Take no chances. Get FARRIS’ COLIC REMEDY today. No
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Hunt’s. Salve Is compounded especially for the treatment of Eczema,
Itch, Ringworm, Tetter and other skin diseases.
Remember Hunt’s Salve costs you nothing if yon are not satisfied,
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Buy a Farm ttcw.
Because land la cheaper than It Will ever
be again. The U. S Railroad Administration
la prepared to furnish free information to
homeseekers regarding farming opportuni
ties. We have nothing to sell; no money to
lend; only Information to give. Write mo
fully with reference to your needs. Namo
the state you want to learn about. .T, I*
Edwards, Manager, Agricultural Section,
U S Railroad Administration, Roo:n 7,
Washington, D. C.—adv.
Creatures of Circumstances.
Judge—What Is n fahr compensa
tion for the receiver and his attorney
In ihis case?
Attorney —1 should say, your honor,
J 1,000 for the attorney and SSOO for
the receiver would be a very meager
allowance, considering the great
amount of actual work performed.
Judge—The amount in the hands of
the receiver is how much?
Attorney —Fifteen hundred dollars.
Nature's efforts to purify the system need
help In Spring. Wright’s Indian Vegetable
Pills are Nature’s first aid in c’lmtnatla#
imparities —ndv.
How He Judged.
Mr. Bacon —You should never judge
a man by bis clot lies, my dear.
Mrs. Bacon — I never do. I always
judge him by his wife’s clothes. —Pear-
son’s Weekly,
Keeping everlastingly at it has turn
ed many a good tempered man or
woman into a dribbling fault finder.

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