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WEALTHY KIDNEYS ESSENTIAL
TO PERFECT HEALTH. When healthy, the LHueys remove about 500 grains of Impure from the blood dally; when unhealthy, «orne part of the Impure matter Ih ab sorbed, causing various diseases and symptoms. To attain perfect health, must keep your filters right, no better than Doan's Kidney Pills. Dr. R. F. Marshall, East Oakland, Cal., practiced . medicine in Marshall County, Iowa, from 1870 to 1891 and during that time I became conversant with the splendid properties of Doan's Kidney Pills. I prescribed them In cases of kidney trouble with excellent results." Remember the name—Doan's. For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. matter i*r TT you You can use KM remedy "I Foollth. "I am going to ask your father tonight for your hand In marriage." "How dreadfully old fashioned you are." "Don't ask him; tell him." y Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for Infants and children, and see that It Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria Local Color. "I understand that sixteen different women have brought suit for breach of promise against Rlter. What's his defense T" "Oh, he claims that he was simply getting material for hts annual out put of summer love stories."—Puck. Too Much Like Work. "The boss's son is kicking." "Why?" "Says he's overworked. All he used to do was tear the pages off the office calendars once a month. Now he has to wind the eight-day clock, too." Many a girl would promise to marry a man if she thought he wouldn't be so silly as to expect her to live up to her promise. -w Some parents are a long while In finding out that money in a boy's pocket will do him little good, unless he also lias brains In his head. FREE i] *7. a HAM ▼BADE, A trial package of Munyon's Paw Paw Pilla will be «ent free to anyone on re quest. Address Professor Munyon, 53d ft Jefferson 8t«., Philadelphia, Pa. If you are in need of medical advice, do not fail to A,-rite Professor Munyon. Your communi cation will be treated in strict confidence, end yonr case will be diagnosed as care fully aa though you had a personal inter view. Munyon's Paw Paw Pills are unlike all other laxatives or cathartics. They the liver into activity by gentle They do not scour, they do coax methods. not gripe, they do not weaken, but they do atari all the décrétions of the liver and stomach in a way that soon puts these organa in a healthy condition and correct« constipation. In my opinion constipation is responsible for most ail ments. There are 26 feet of human bowels, which is really a sewer pipe. When this pipe becomes clogged the whole system becomes poisoned, caus ing biliousness, indigestion and impure blood, which often produce rheumatism and kidney ailments. No Woman who suffers with constipation or any liver ailment can expect to have a clear complexion or enjoy good health. If I had my way 1 would prohibit the sale of nine-tenths of the cathartics that are being sold for the reason thot they destroy the lining of the stomach, setting up serious forms of indigestion, and so patnlyze the bowels that they re fuse to act unless forced by strong purgatives. now t tonic Munyon's Paw Paw Pilla are to the stomach, liver and nerves. They invigorate instead of weaken; they rich the blood Inatead of impoveriah it; they enable the stomach to get all the nourishment from food that is put into it. • n These pills contain no calomel, dope; they are soothing, healing and They school the bowels stimulating, to act without physic. Regular size bottle, containing 45 pills, Munyon's Laboratory, 53d ft 25 cents. Jefferson Sts.. Philadelphia. KNOWNsince 1836 asRELIABLE TRADEMARK' p 'cTc% blacK CAPSULES SUPERIOR REMEDY FOR MEN stcuc AT DRUGGISTS TRIAL BOX BY MAIL 50 c PLANTFN 9 3 HI NR y ST BROOKLYN. NY Till's Pills The dyspeptic, the deblltated, whether frees excessof work of mind or body, drinker •** MALARIAL REGIONS, wib Tina i uu * mi* tlve ever offered the safferias Invalid. too YEARS OLU Pen its F.w Salve GROWING HARDY PERENNIALS REQUIRE LITTLE ATTENTION Those Who Hava Permanent Homes Will Do Well to Consider This Class of Planti Satisfactory Than Annuals. •Far More (By BESSIE L. PUTNAM.) For those who have not much time to devote to the garden, there Is class of flowering plants able than the hardy perennials herbaceous plants, stance, the peony. One does not have to acquire a lib eral floricultural education in order know how no more desir and Take, for In to to take care of them. Most of them will do well in ordinary soils and flourish under conditions favorable to the satisfactory develop ment of annuals. Those who have permanent homeB will do well to consider the merits of this class of plants, leaving the als to those who are here this season and somewhere else next year. Not that we would advise their lecting the annuals wholly, howeve I do not want to be understood meaning that—but simply that a col lection of hardy plants will be found so much more satisfactory, all things considered, under the conditions of which I have spoken, that their cul tivation is to be urged in preference to that of the other class mentioned, which Is not satisfactory unless a good deal of time annu neg a and labor are expended on It The impression seems to prevail that annuals require next to no care, and are therefore particularly adapt ed to the use of the woman who has but little time to devote to gardening. The fact is, that to grow annuals well you must give them a good deal of attention, especially during the early part of the season—several TV; 93 k(T y c "si" Beautiful Clump of Golden Glow. times the amount of attention. Indeed that will ba required by a good-sized collection of hardy plants. Another argument In favor of this class Is—that once established your plants are good for an Indefinite pe riod. Your garden does not have to be made every season. In spring the plants will need to be worked about, and freed from the grass which will encroach upon their territory. If allowed to do so, the soil will require fertilizing, and once In three or four years the plants will be bettered by a division of their roots. This Is about all this class of plants will ask of you. A great many can be attended to tn a day, you will find. And the work Is much easier than that of making beds and pulling weeds. • Where an exceedingly rich show of color Is desired, nothing equals the Rudbeckia or "Golden Glow." Great clumps of it will be a solid mass of CAREFULLY TEST SEED CORN i 1« t > 1. > -V T The seed corn should not be neg nate well the stand of corn will not be good and replanting will be neces The seed should be carefully If the seed does not germl sary. tested before planting. If It Is necessary to purchase the seed this should be done In plenty of time to test It before planting. Last year an actual field test of samples of seed corn offered by two a seedsman showed 76 per eenL ger mination in one variety and 86 per cent, germination In the other. rather low In ger These look Protect All Game end Birds. A bill recently Introduced In the Senator California legislature by Blrdsall prohibits the shooting of game birds with automatic shot Stattstlcs com or game or pumpguns. eastern organizations lnter the movement estimate the of shotgun shells by the four ammunition companies last The number of guns plied by ested in output largest vear at 775.000,000. nump and automatic shotguns manu factured during the same year was ap proximately 97.000. Restoring Fertility. The question of restoring fertility to soil 1« » difficult one to answer. We coming to the conclusion that lime important part In re are nigyg a very storing the fertility of worn-out land. Through the use of this many places growing clover where they are now could not grow It In the past. Danish Bullhead. Danish ballhead requires a long sea son. For the most severe sections of the north, the seed should be sown al soon as the ground can be nost as the riches golden yellow tor weeks. For cutting, we have few better How ers.v This plant Is so aggressive in charac ter that It should have a place in the background where it can be allowed to spread to suit Itself. Even where only a few roots are al lowed It gives a beautifully ornament al effect. Every collection ought to Include at least a dozen of the most distinct varie ties of perennial phlox. This plant la to the out-door garden what the geranium Is to the window garden. Any one can grow IL It Is a profuse bloomer. It comes In a wide range of colors. Group it tn order to secure best results, but keep the lilac and magenta varieties away from the pink and scarlet sorts, unless you want col or discord of the most aggressive kind. CORN REQUIRES NURTURING FOOD 1/ Soil Is Not Naturally Rich Stable Manure Should Be Ap plied—Helps to Hold Mois ture in Ground. (By A. J. LEGG.) The nature and habit of growth of the corn plant naturally suggests a fertilizer that will furnish plenty of plant food throughout the growing season. In selecting a soil for corn this point should have due consideration. If the soil la not naturally rich In plant food It Is a good idea to apply the stable manure to the land In tended for corn. The stable manure is largely ^composed of vegetable mat ter which will help to hold moisture as well as furnish plant food as it decays In the soil. Another point In favor of stable manure for corn is that it furnishes most plant food during the hot part of the season when the corn Is most In need of a regular and constant supply of nourishment. The stable manure Is deficient In phosphoric acid and It is a good Idea to apply from 200 to 300 pounds of phosphate per acre. The super phosphates are readily available but the soil holds phosphoric acid well aud when applied to the soli It will be held for the use of the crop. I have made It a practice for several years to apply the stable man ure to a sod for the corn. In the early spring It la plowed under and the ground well harrowed. I find this to work very well. A few times I have also pounds of a good grade super phosphate In addition to the manure and find that it pays well for ths cost and trouble of applying. The superphosphate is distributed with the grain drill, jUBt before the corn Is planted. Some farmers go to the trouble of putting the manure In the hill but this discourages proper root develop ment and often docs not give as good results as the broadcasting, besides It requires much more time and trouble. I prefer to save my own seed corn from a well tested and acclimated variety. Experience teaches me that new varieties often prove unsatis factory. used 150 to 200 mlnatlon for selected seed by a reput able seed house. The Illustration shows a sand-tray tester, with corn 12 days after plant ing. Wounds on Trees. For wounds on trees, melt rosin and pour three parts Into one part of pre viously warmed crude petroleum. This will not run In warm weather nor crack In cold. The careful orchardlst will see that a tree which has been Injured in any way receives prompt attention. prepared. It Is customary to sow In the open with rows about one foot apart and sufficient seed should be j used to give three or four plants per each Inch of row. Thinning may be necessary to prevent crowding In the row. Hand-Shell Seed Corn. Shelling seed corn carefully by hand is profitable. The greater the acreage planted the greater the profit. Into a shallow pan or box each ear t ho jld be shelled separately, reject ing any worm-eaten or blemished ker nels. If the supply from the one ear appears good and contains no poor kernels it Is poured Into the general supply and another ear shelled In the same way. Stimulate Grape Vine. To stimulate the growth of your grape vine. It is well to prune It back, and then fertilize it well with a nitro gen fertilizer, such as old stable ma nure or dressing from the poultry house, or scatter a handful of nitrate of soda In the ground around It oaoe a month after the buds burst ! LOST FAITH IN WHITE MAN Eskimo Tested Efficacy of Telephone Scheme, and Realized He Had Been Deceived. An interesting story Is told regsrd Ing the efforts of an Eskimo to con struct* a telephone line. The Eskimo .„me Into possession of a piece c. wire of considerable length and never having Been wire before he asked Pro fessor McMillan of the Peary north pole expedition what it was and what It was for. He was told that the white man struug It on poles stuck In the ground and a voice talking to an Instrument at one end could be heard at the other end. After some search the next morning the Eskimo was found to be engaged In telephone con struction work of his own. He stuck some sticks In the ground and hung his wire on them. He held one end of the wire to his mouth and talked to It at the top of his voice. Then he ran as fast as he cou'ut to the other end and held the wire to his ear with the expectation of hearing his own words repeated. When he failed to hear any sounds the expression on his face revealed his opinion of his white friend. IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMER TIME. Many a time this summer you're go ing to be Just about done out by the heat—hot, and so thirsty it just seems nothing could quench it. When such moments arrive or when you Just want a delicious, palate tickling drink step into the first place you can find where they sell COCA-COLA. It's de licious, refreshing and completely thirst-quenching. At Boda-fountainB or carbonated in bottles—5c everywhere. Send to the COCA-COLA CO., Atlanta, Ga., for their free booklet "The Truth About COCA-COLA." COCA-COLA is and why It is so deli cious, cooling and wholesome. a it It Tells what Age of Oysters. Oysters grow only during the sum mer and especially during the long, warm summers at that, and are scarce ly big enough for the mouth before the third year. It Is easy after look ing over a bunch of shells to tell how old an oyster Is. A summer hump and the winter sink come across the shell every year, but after the seventh or tenth year full growth comes; then, by looking at the sinks between the humps It is hard to tell anything more about Miss Oyster's age. Oysters live to be 20 years old. Difficult to Answer. Explaining the happenings of the sixth day of the creation. Miss Fran ces Hartz read to her Sabbath school class: "And the Lord God formed man out of the dust of the ground." "Well," spoke up one kid, "that'll nothin' new. Did he put him In thq sun to dry, the way we do our mud pies?" Miss Hartz discreetly slurred the answer and proceeded with her les son.—Cleveland Leader. A Poetic Prosecutor. John Burns, city prosecutor of St. Paul, was trying to show Judge Flne hout why some young men ought to be fined for tearing pickets off the fence of Mrs. Joe Goesik. Mr. Burns said: "1 know Mike Chlcket tore off that picket, and the lady took offence." "No lady Is charged with taking a fence," replied Judge Finehout, "and, besides, this Is no place for poetry." To the Point. Over in Hoboken in a shop frequent ed by Germans, hangs a sign framed In mournful black, reading thus: "We regret to Inform our honored customers that our good and generous friend, Mr. Credit, expired today. He was a noble soul, always willing and helpful, but has been failing for some time. May he rest In peace. PAY CASH!" His Wurst. The German proprietor of a Brook lyn delicatessen store has got far enough along to pun In English. A writer In the New York Sun reports the fact. Hanging In the window of the little shop is this advertisement; "The Best You Can Do Is Buy Our Wurst." —Youth's Companion. It's easy to see the blessings of poverty through the eyes of a mil lionaire. If you want a thing well done, do it yourself.—Wellington. Can't Get Away From It Is It possible to nourish, strengthen and Re build the Brain by Food? Every man who thinks uses up part of the brain each da~ Why don't it all disappear and leave an empty skun In say a month of brain work? Because the man rebuilds each day. If he builds a little less than he destroys, brain fag and nervous prostration result sure. If he builds back a little more each day, the brain grows stronger and more capable. That also is sure. Where does man get the material to rebuild his brain? Is it from air, sky or the Ice of the Arctic sea? When you com« to think about It, the rebuilding material muet be In the food and drink. That also Is sure. Are the brain rebuilding materials found In all food? In a good variety but got In suitable proportion In all. To Illustrate: we know bones are made large ly of lime and magnesia taken from food; therefore to make healthy bone structure we must have food containing these thlEgs. We would hardly feed only sugar and fat to make healthy bone structure In a growing child, Likewise if we would feed In a skillful man ner to Insure getting what the brain requires for strength and rebuilding, we must first know what the brain Is composed of and then select some article or articles (there are more than one) that contain these elements. Analysis of brain by an unquestionable authority, Geoghegan, shows of Mineral Salts, Phosphoric Acid and Potash combined (Phos phate of Potash) 2.91 per cent of ths total, 5.33 of all mineral Salts. This Is over one-half. Beaunia, another authority, shows "Pbos KIDNEY TROUBLE CAUSES LUMBAGO Remarkable StoryAbout G reat Remedy I cannot refrain from writing to say that your Swamp-Hoot haa benefited me greatly. Last year I had a severe attack of himbago. Was bad for a long time, and on seeing your advertisement, I de termined to give it a trial. I did so and in t^vo weeks was cured. I gave a bottle to a poor woman who could scarcely walk. She came to me in four days to tell me she was all right and most thankful. I had another attack last November and was so bad that I could not rise from my chaii* without assistance and could hardly lace up my boots. I at once sent for mor«l Swamp-Root and after taking two bottles, I well again. My age being seventy-three, I am the more convinced of the excellence of Dir. Kilmer's Swamp-Root. Yours verv truly, HENRY SEARLE, « Little Rock, Ark. more than glad that I 1410 Arch Street. Leiter to Dr. kilmrr * C*. Bl.rtamto», H. T, Prov« What Swamp-Root Will Do For You Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham ton, N. Y. # for a sample bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling all about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure and mention this paper. For sale at all drug stores. Price fifty cent« and one-dollar. 'TWA8 VERY GOOD. i Pt I (k Ol 'V I She raised her trembling hand and gazed With startled eyes, but did not blush. I looked at It dismayed, amazed. For lo, it was a royal fiush. Some Antique Mugs. The college collector of antiques stopped off at Bacon Ridge. "Good day, sir," he said, addressing the postmaster. "I am collecting old fashioned articles and would like to know if I could find anything like that In thlè hamlet. Say antique mugs, for instance." Unflle Jason stroked his chin whis kers. "Antique mugs! By hek. I know the very [Dace where thar be two of them, now." "You do? Here's a good cigar. Now where can I find theBe antique mugs?" "Why, down on Main street, In Hi ram Spruceby's shop. Grandad Wheat ley and Pap Simmons are In there getting shaved, and by hek, when It cornesl to antique mugs, I reckon thars' be the oldest In the country, stranger." Had His Troubles. "Michael Dolan, an' Is It yourself?" "Ye«; sure It Is." "Well, ye know thot bletherin' spal peen, Widdy Castlgan's second hus band ?' 1 "That I do." "He bet me a bob to a pint of whis ky I couldn't swally an egg without breaklà' the shell uv It" 'An' ye did It?" "I did." Then phwat's ailin' ye?" "U'b doon there," laying his hand on the lower part of his waist coat, "If I jump about I'll break It, and cut me stomach wld the shell, an' If I kape quiet it'U hatch and I'U have a Shanghai rooster soratchln' me In side." Ambiguous. Obliging Shopman (to lady who has purchased a pound of butter)—Shall I send it for you, madam? Lady —No, thank you. too heavy for me. Obliging Shopman—Oh. no, madam, I'U make It as light as 1 possibly can.—Punch. . It won't be It sometimes h£>pens that a street fight reminds a Tcxi-risd man that there are other places like :-.oa* phoric Acid combined" and Potash 73.44 per cent from a total of 101.07. Considerable more than one-half of Phos phate of Potash. Analysis of Grape-Nuts shows: Potassium and Phosphorus (which join and make Phos phate of Potash) Is considerable more than one-half of all the mineral salts In the food. Dr. Geo. W. Carey, an authority on the constituent elements of the body, says: "The gray mattqr of the brain Is controlled entirely by the Inorganic cell-salt, Potassium Phos phate (Phosphate of Potash). This salt unites witt albumen and by the addition of oxygen creates nerve fluid or the gray matter of the brain. Of course, • there Is a trace of other salts and other organic matter In nerve fluid, but Potassium Phosphate Is the chief factor and has the power within Itself to attract, by Its own law of affinity, all things needed to manufacture the elixir of life." Further on he says: "The beginning and end of the matter Is to supply the lacking principle, and In molecular form, exactly as nature fur nishes It in vegetables, fruits and grain. To supply deficiencies—this Is the only law of cure." The natural conclusion Is that If Phosphate of Potash is the needed mineral element In brain and you use food which does not contain It, you bave brain fag because Its dally loss Is not supplied. On the contrary. If you eat food known to be rich In this element, you place before the life forces that which nature demands for braln-bulldlng. Mind does not work well on a brain that Is broken down by lack of nourishment. A peaceful and evenly poised mind le neces sary to good digestion. "All Run Down" If You Have Money. That fellow Gotrox la a multimil lionaire. He haa more money than braina." "Well, what doea he want with braina*" DpMrribeH the cumlition of thousand« of and women who need only to purify and enrich their blood. They feel tired all the time. Every tank, every responsi bility, has become hart! to them, became they have not strength to do to endure. Strictly Business. Mrs. Knicker —Did you hold a short session with your husband? Mrs. Rocker—Yes, I merely had him pass an appropriation bill. power If you are » of the»*? all e at all debilitated take down peo pie or Hood's Sarsaparilla It purifies and enriches (lie blood, and builds up the whole system. Get it today in usual liquid form or chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs. L.IDIKN CAN WEAR SHOES nix« Hinaller after using Allen's Foot-Ease, the antiseptic powder to be shoes. It makes tight shaken into the shoes feel easy. Free trial package, ad dress Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y . AV *ust f'f'sii, Fortune» are madn in patent». Pro I tect your Ideas OurM page bt»ok frss. A Co.. Box K, Washington, 1>. CL PATENTS Fitzgerald A woman's idea of a brave man is one who isn't afraid to go into a dark closet in which there may be a mouse W. N. U., Sait Lake City, No. 20-1911» REITER FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN THAN CASTOR OIL, SALTS,Ok PILLS, A3 IT SWEETENS AND CLEANSES THE SYSTEM MORE EFFICIENTLY AMD KS FAR MORE PLEASANT TO TAKE. ^YKUP'>fFlCiS''*EuXIR<'fSENNA IS THE IDEAL FAMILY LAXATIVE, AS IT GIVES SATISFACTION TO ALL, IS ALWAYS BENEFICIAL IN ITS EFFECTS AND PERFECTLY SAFE AT ALL TIMES. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. I In the Circle, on evero Package of tne Genuine. ♦ m ga ALV RELIABLE DRUGGISTS SELL THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE WHEN CALLED FOR, ALTHOUGH THEY COULD MAKE A LARGER PROFIT BY SELLING INFERIOR PREPARA. TIONS, YET THEY PREFER TO SELL THE GENUINE. BECAUSE IT IS RIGHT TO DO SO AND FOR THE GOOD OF THEIR CUSTOMERS. DRUGGISTS ARE THE ONES TO DEAL WITH, AS YOUR LIFE OR HEALTH MAY AT SOME TIME DEPEND UPON THEIR SKILL AND RELIABILITY WHEN BUYMG 01 1? WHEN IN NEED OF MEDICINES, SUCH 1 III 1 1 IIIII^M CENT. OP ALCOHOL MABnuAico wsnm now, hnol uva^BowtuL Note (to Fuff Name of the Company CAUFO MUnCS YRUPO HUNTED STRAIGHT ACROSS,NEAR THE BOTTOM. AND IN THE CIRCLE,NEAR THE TOP OF EVERY PACKAGE,OF THE GENUINE. ONE SIZE ONLY, FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS. MINIATURE PICTURE OF PACKAGE SYRUP OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OP SENNA IS THE ONLY PERFECT FAMILY LAXATIV* BECAUSE IT IS THE ONE REMEDY WHICH ACTS IN A NATURAL, STRENGTHENING WAY AND CLEANSES THE SYSTEM. WITHOUT UNPLEASANT AFTER-EFFECTS AND WITHOUT IRRITATING, DEBILITATING OR GRIPING, AND THEREFORE DOES NOT INTERFERE IN ANY WAY WITH BUSINESS OR PLEASURE. IT IS RECOMMENDED BY MILLIONS OP WELL. INFORMED FAMILIE* WHO KNOW OF ITS VALUE FROM PERSONAL USE. TO GET ITR BENEFICIAL EFFECTS ALWAYS BUY THE GENUINE* MANUFACTURED BY THE REGULAR PRICE 50c PER BOTTLE., CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CQ 1 Socially Launched. In his native town Jimmy had al ways been most popular with young ami old, but when he was sent away to boarding school, he was for a time too homesick to make friends. His first letter was little more than a wall. "I'm way behind the other boys In everything," he wrote, dolefully. " 'Tlsn't only studies, but It's gymna sium and banjos and everything. I don't believe they'll ever have much use for me." But the second letter, written after a week in the new school, was quite different In tone. "I'm all right," he write to his mother. "The boyB say they'll teach me all they know, for they're proud to have me here. I can stretch my mouth half an Inch wider than any other boy in school, and my feet are the longest by a full Inch. So you needn't worry about me any more."— Youth's Companion. A Strange Situation, ''Humor is a funny thing," said Blnks. "It ought to be," said the Philoso pher. •'Oh, I don't mean that way," said Blnks. "I mean that It Is a strange thing. Now, I can't speak French, but I can always understand a French Joke, and I can speak English, but I'm blest if I can see an English joke." "Most people are," said the Philo sopher. "Are what?" said Blnks. "Blest If they can see an English Joke," said the Philosopher. "It Is a sign of an unusually keen vision."— Harper's Weekly. . The Riddle. The Sphinx propounded a puzzle. "Why does It alwayB rain the day you move?" she asked. Herewith the ancients gave It up. The expectation of being pleased which prevails bo much In young per sons Is one great source of their en joyments.— Bowdler. "Kicking the Bucket." When we speak facetiously of some one for whom we have no reverence as having "kicked the bucket," we employ a phrase that would seem to be a piece of latter-day slang, but as a matter of fact, It dates back to old England, when, about the year 1725, one Bolsover hung himself to a beam while standing on the bottom of a bucket, and then kicked the bucket away. Although at first used only tn cases of suicide, It has been applied tn the course of years to any death, without distinction. A Question of Change. A story Is going the rounds of a couple of young people who attended church recently. When the collection was being taken up the young man commenced fishing In his pocket for a dime. His face expressed his em barrassment as he hoarsely whlB pered; "I guess I haven't a cent, I changed my pants." The young lady, who had been examining the unknown regions of woman's dress for her purse, turned a pink color, and said: "I'm In the same fix." Fine Scheme. Wife—Please match this piece of silk for me before you come home. Husband—At the counter where the sweet little blonde works? The one with the soulful eyes and— Wife—No. You're too tired to shop for me* when your day's work It done, dear. On second thought, 1 won't bother you. Well Mated. Thus the inquisitive boarder: "What has become of the old-fash ioned woman who used to call a wed ding reception an infare?" Response by Ihd 1 white-haired boarder: "I think she married the old fashioned man who used to crack his knuckles regularly twice a day." Even a wise man can't tell when • woman's hat Is on straight. Worry, anxiety, fear, hate, etc., etc., directly Interfere with or stop the flow of Ptyalin, the digestive Juice of the mouth, and also Inter fere with the flow of the digestive Juices of stomach and pancreas. „ Therefore, the mental slate of the individual has much to do (more than suspected) with digestion. Brain Is made of Phosphate of Potash as the principal Mineral Salt, added to albumen and water. Grape-Nuts contain that element as more than one-half of all Its mineral salts. A healthy brain Is Important, if one would "do things" In this world. A man who sneers at "Mind" sneers al the best and least understood part of himself. That part which some folks believe links us to the Infinite. Mind asks for a healthy brain upon which to act, and Nature has defined a way to make a healthy brain and renew It day by day hb It Is used up from work of the previous day. Nature's way to rebuild Is by the use of food which supplies the things required. Brain rebuilding material Is certainly found in Grape-Nuts There's a Reason ,, Postum Cereal Company, Ltd, Battle Creek. Mich.