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WAY OUT AT SEA.
% — ■ fher^' the Sailor Gets the Hardest Work of All. rT'1 - -i “ Hreiy of a seaman ,s not lived en he | in&ort. When cruising out on tip roa® ocean we steer clear from tracks laid for the mail ships, jaftoslng a pathless waste where there ;® uninterrupted target range. 1 lould like to write of 37 days out of sight of land, just cruising, and drill ing as a long cruise, but when I hear sailoriuen telling tales of more than a year afloat on an old wind-jammer 1 am ashamed to mention it. although I cannot leave off wondering where all the blue comes from, writes a corre spondent in St Nicholas. Has the ocean drunk from the heavens until they have grown pale, or is the sky merely a mirror of the ocean's sap i phire? In the calmest weather there are al ways great blue swells far out at sea, so blue, so free from whitecaps -that one requires but slight imagination, by looking through half-closed lids, to see great rolling meadows of gentians. This is where all the pretty little for malities of port life are laid aside—the moment the anchor is on deck, the ship’s flag and the union jack are fold ed away, and their staffs taken down, while simultaneously with their lower ing an ensign mounts to the gaff and the admiral's flag shrinks on the main irucK. It is at sea we get in our hard work, and there is so much of it that half cf the crew (200 men) are always on duty. If for the cruise you are chosen as a helmsman, you are exempt from sea watch, deck work, etc. It isn’t a bit jolly to stand a trick at the wheel; it is two hours on and four hours off, day and night. Not a ward dare you speak and the presence of an officer nearby makes a stolen smoke impossible. Were a choice offered, I would say give me a mid-watch aloft in a storm in preference, for there, when the night is cold (although it is not so written in the regulations) a peculiar jerking at a signal halyard tells you that a can of hot coffee is on the way, and when it comes up, you bless it from the fullness of your heart. HOW BOBBY WAS SAVED. Neighbor’s Newfoundland Dog Returns Good for Evil. Bobby was throwing sticks, and, al though I begged him to be careful of our neighbor’s big Newfoundland dog, Bobby was in a teasing mood, and away went the stick over the fence, hitting Dandy right on the nose. Dandy sprang up in anger, and, growl ing his complaint against Bobby to me, he seized Bobby by the arm and dragged him. “Dandy! Dandy!” I cried, in alarm. “Let go the boy; he was only fooling. Don't bite.’ The dog lifted his brown eyes and let go. "Never make an enemy even of a dog,” said I to the frightened boy. “Dandy is a fine fellow, and would make a splendid friend. Suppose now that Dandy should remember your bad treatment of him and pay you back?” “A dog can't pay back,” pouted Bobby. It?W UciVb Jcilt?! DUUU) wctb iHrtving with his little sister at the side of the lake. Dandy was stretched on the grass, nearby, dozing. Bobby's foot slipped and he fell into the dirty .water, head first. The lad's cry awoke Dandy, but the dog did not budge, for he remembered Bobby’s cruelty. I also heard the cry and ran to the scene. I took in the situation in a minute. “Quick, Dandy, to the rescue!” I shouted, and the dog, re alizing the danger, and being a trusty friend of mine, jumped into the lake and pulled the half-drowned boy to shore. When Bobby “came to” Dandy was lying beside him, licking his hand, and the grateful boy, throwing his arm around the dog’s neck, swore eternal friendship, which lasted till the end of Dandy's life, many years after.— Philadelphia Ledger. MAGNETIC EXPERIMENT. How You Can Bewitch Paper Scraps at End of Ruler. Lay an ordinary one-foot rule acrcss I the top of a glass. Grasp one end of the rule between the forefinger and the middle finger. Secure a small sheet or plate of hard rubber. Rub it vigorously with a piece of silk to generate electricity. Hold the piece of rubber between the thumb and forefinger of the same hand in which you grasp the rule. By touching the rule with the rub ber you will find that pieces of paper thrust upon the under side of the other end of the ruler will remain suspend mu Materials Employed. ed without visible means of support. The paper, of course, is attracted by the magnetized rule. May Join German Army. Prince Ernest August of Cumber land, the youngest son of the duke of Cumberland, it is reported, is about to become an officer in the German army. If this step is carried out it is believed that it will greatly clear the way for a settlement of a conflict over the succession to the kingdom of Hanover between the Cumberlands and the German empire. 2ENTURE WITH WOLVES. ! Story of His Narrow Escapw from the Ferocious Pack. ‘‘One time," said my father, and then we all settled down for a good story. “One time, while a party of deer hunters and myself were up in the northern part of Michigan an adven ture happened to me whieh 1 shall never forget We had camped along a lake, and to the north of us, about a mile away, was a salt lick and a large game trail. We had discovered this soon after arriving and had construct ed a platform in the crotch of a large elm tree near-by, so that we could watch the trail with comfort. This tree was situated on the top of a ridge, the salt lick lying on one side, the game trail coming up over the other side. This put us in a position to watch for a long way for any sign of game. “One evening one of the party and myself started for the trail early, for we wished to capture a big buck, if we could possibly get one. We reached there early and busied our selves looking for tracks. George, my companion, had the name of being a r "I Aimed at the Largest One.” sort of reckless fellow, anti soon after arriving he got restless and started off after a flock of ducks we had seen on the lake. This left me alone, so I climbed up on the platform and waited. “All at once I heard the dried leaves in the valley crunch and I knew at once that something was up. A rush told me that the animal was coming up the ridge very rapidly. I prepared myself none too soon. A startled buck broke from the thicket and started down the trail with all the velocity of the proverbial ‘scared deer.’ Two shots, however, stopped him, and I went down to look over the prize. 1 hadn't before wondered what had frightened him, but now the flecked breast and lolling tongue only too well told me that he had been pursued. By what! “ ‘Ow-oo-o-h!’ The unmistakable cry of a wolf. It came front the ridge across the valley, and 1 knew it. would soon be there. I quickly climbed the tree and got into a comfortable posi tion. None too soon! The pack broke forth from the thicket at exactly the same place that the buck had conte out at. They were the pursuers. When they reached the place where the deer had fallen they stopped and began smelling around. I aimed at the largest and had the satisfaction of knocking him over. My next one was not so lucky, however, and I only wounded him. The other ones soon finished both of them, however, for they fell on them and quickly devoured them. vviiiii, urn) iuur cariringes ten: This I found to be a fact, and to dis pose of the remaining wolves, seven in number, was now the problem. How could I do it? t couldn't; that was all. It was almost dark now, and I could only occasionally see their dark forms creeping around the carcass of the deer. They had found this soon after I had stopped shooting. The moon began to rise, and I could quite plainly see them grouped around the deer. This offered a good shot, per haps two. I shot twice and knew by the aroused growling that I had hit one of them. Another shot and I hit another of the brutes. I had now only one shot left, and no prospects of any thing better than staying all night on the platform. 1 crouched down, how ever, wrapped my overcoat around me as best I could and waited for morn ing. “‘Will! Oh, Will!’ came a voice from down near the lick. ‘Where are you, and what are you shooting at?’ "I recognized the voice of George and shouted back, ‘I am up here on the platform, surrounded with wolves. Is there anybody else with you?’ “ ‘Yes, the rest of them are here. We will be up there in a minute.’ “I waited. It seemed an hour, for if there is anything that makes the time drag it is when you are expecting somebody for help. They soon got there, however, and scattered the wolves. “ ‘As soon as 1 left you,’ said George, ‘I went down the trail and then fol lowed the shore of the lake. I got a couple of ducks and then came back to the camp, expecting to find you al ready there. You were not, and when eight o'clock came we thought some thing must be the matter up here. We started out and when we got near!v here we heard you shoot the last time. We hurried faster and then halloed to you. You know what happened then.’” —Harry D. Boardman, in Detrroit Fi Press. ASK YOUR FRIENDS 1. Who was the "Quaker Poet?” 2. Who is "Mark Twain?" 3. Who is the “Hoosier Poet?” 4. Who was “Boz?” 5. Wrho was "Scotch Laddie?” fi. Who was “Diedrich Knickerbock er?” 7. Who was “Patty Lee?” 8. Who was the "Boy Poet?” If they don’t know, tell them: 1 was John Greenleaf Whittier. 2 is Samuel Clemens. 3 is James Whitcomb Riley. 4 was Charles Dickens. 5 was Robert Burns. 6 was Washington Irving. 7 was Alice Carey. 8 was Thomas Chatterton. One of the Essentials of the happy homes of to-day is a vast fund of information as to the best methods of promoting health and happiness and right living and knowledge of the world’s best products. Products of actual excellence and reasonable claims truthfully presented and which have attained to world-wide acceptance through the approval of the Well-Informed of the Wrorld; not of indi viduals only, but of the many who have the happv faculty of selecting and obtain ing the best the world affords. One of the products of that class, of known component parts, an Ethical remedy, approved by physicians and com mended by the W’ell-Informed of the World as a valuable and wholesome family laxative is the well-known Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna. To get its beneficial effects always buy the genuine, manu factured by the California Fig Syrup Co., only, and for sale by all leading druggists. PLEASANT FOR PAPA. ( Mti mSShiS \ ' mmm _/ y j Tlie Minister—You kept beautifully still while 1 was preaching, Willie. Did you like the sermon? Kid—No, sir; but papa said he'd spank me good and plenty if I woke him up. ECZEMA ALL OVER HIM. No Night’s Rest for a Year and Limit of His Endurance Seemed Near —Owes Recovery to Cuticura. “Aly son Clyde was almost com pletely covered with eczema. Physi cians treated him for nearly a year without helping him any. His head, face, and neck were covered with large scabs which he would rub until they fell off. Then blood and matter would run out and that would be worse. Friends coming to see him said that if he got well he would be disfigured for life. When it seemed as if he could possibly stand it no longer, I used some Cuticura Soap, Cuticura Oint ment, and Cuticura Resolvent. That was the first night for nearly a year that he slept. In the morning there was a great change for the better, in about six weeks he w\as perfectly well. Our leading physician recommends Cuticura for eczema. Airs. Algy Cockburn, Shiloh, O., June 11, 1907.” Where Is Podunk? It has not been many years since the popular expressions in the east to de note remoteness and outlandishness were such place names as Oshkosh and Kalamazoo. Yet. both these places are now hustling cities having a popu lation of more than 25,000; and each is approximately as near the geographi cal center of population as Chicago and St. Louis. The standard expression to denote rural obscurity is “Podunk.” Every body has heard of Podunk; but where is it? There is no Podunk in the list of 62,000 federal post offices. The United btates board on geographic names has thrown only a little light on the subject by decreeing recently as follows: “Quaboag; pond in Brookfield town, Worcester county, Massachu setts. Not North, nor Podunk.” Is there a Podunk, anywhere?—Sunday Magazine. He Had Broken Something. Mrs. Wilson had a young Japanese servant who had a habit of trying to conceal from his mistress any breakage of dishes of which he chanced to be guilty. The good lady explained that it was wicked to de ceive, and directed the Japanese to tell her whenever he broke anything. The boy promised to do as she ad vised. One day, while Mrs. Wilson was entertaining some friends in the parlor, the Japanese suddenly ap peared in the doorway. His teeth were bared in a childlike smile, and his eyes sparkled with the light of con scious virtue: “Meesa Wirson, you ter ra me, when break somesing to ter ra you. I break my pants!”—Success Magazine. FULLY NOURISHED Grape-Nuts a Perfectly Balanced Food. No chemist's analysis of Grape-Nuts can begin to show the real value of the food—the practical value as shown by personal experience. It is a food that is perfectly bal anced, supplies the needed elements of brain and nerves in all stages of life from the infant, through the stren uous times of active middle life, and Is a comfort and support in old age. “For two years I have used Grape Nuts with milk and a little cream, for breakfast. I am comfortably hungry for my dinner at noon. “I use little meat, plenty of vege tables and fruit in season, for the noon meal, and if tired at tea time, take Grape-Nuts alone and feel perfect ly nourished. “Nerve and brain power, and mem ory are much improved since using Grape-Nuts. I am over sixty and weigh 155 lbs. My son and husband seeing how I have improved, are now using Grape-Nuts. “My son, who is a traveling man, eats nothing for breakfast but Grape Nuts and a glass of milk. An aunt, over 70, seems fully nourished on Grape-Nuts and cream.” "There’s a Reason.” Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Read “The Road to Well ville,” in pkgs. Ever read the above letter? A new one appears from time to time. They are genuine, true, and full of human Interest. VETERAN OF THREE WARS. A Pioneer of Colorado and Nebraska. Matthias Campbell, veteran of th§ Civil War and two Indian wars, and a pioneer of Colo rado, now living at 218 East ‘Nebraska street, Blair, Neb,, says: "I had such pains in my back for a long time that I could not turn in bed, and at times there was an almost total stoppage of the urine. My wife and I have both used Doan’s Kidney Pills for what doc tors diagnosed as advanced kidney troubles, and both of us have been completely cured.” Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. IMPRESSED THE LITTLE ONE. Deportment of Colored Gentleman a Matter of Admiration. Little Elsie, who had recently re turned from a visit to Washington, was describing to her companion some of the wonderful things she had ob served in the Capitol City. “One evening,” said she, breathless ly, “papa took me to have supper at a grand hotel where the dining room was awfully big, and at the tables around us sat great senators and rep representatives with their wives, all drinking champagne!” “I suppose the manners of these great persons were perfect?" ventured her companion, with widened eyes. “Yes,” returned Elsie. “But,” she added, with a sudden burst of enthusi asm, “the deportment of the colored gentlemen who served the wine was perfectly beautiful!” DEADLY POISON Lurks in each one of your finger nails. Stop scratching!!! Never dare to ! scratch any place on your scalp or i skin. The fact that it itches constant ! ly shows there is something wrong I that no scratching will cure. Scratch ing only irritates and inflames; per* ! haps it may poison you, leading to Lockjaw, Erysipelas or Eczema. Cure the cause by treatment with LIT TELL’S LIQUID SULPHUR—stops itching instantly and a guaranteed cure for Eczema, Hives, Erysipelas Prickly Heat, Sunburn, Cuts, Burns or Scalds—any and all diseases of the skin. A sample bottle sent postpaid for 10c in stamps. Rhuma-Sulphur Company, 407 No. 2nd St., St. Louis, Mo, POOR CHAP! Visitor—Do you find it economical to do your own cooking? Young Wife—Oh, yes; my husband doesn’t eat half as much as when we had a cook! The Perennial. According to the Atlanta Constitu tion, a Georgia farmer posted this sign on his front gate: “Candidates will pass on. No time to talk to ’em.” One morning his little boy shouted from the garden walk: “There’s one o’ them canderdates here, an’ he says he’ll come in any how ! ” The old man looked toward the gate and said: “Let hint in. There’s no harm in him. I know him. He's been runnin' ever sence the war—jest to be a-run nin’. It runs in his blood an’ he can’t help it!” Bedmaking. Peddler—Where’s your mother, lit tle boy? Boy—Upstairs making beds. Peddler—Where's your father? Boy—Out in the garden making beds. Peddler—Is your uncle in? Boy—He’s out in the barn bedding the cattle. Peddler—What are you doing? Boy—Well, if you believe what pa and ma say, I’m raising bedlam. And the agent gave it up as a bad job.—Detroit Free Press. People Talk About Good Things. Twelve years ago few people knew of such a preparation as a Powder for the Feet. To-day after the genuine merits of Allen’s Foot-Ease have been told year after year by grateful persons, it is indispens able to millions. It is cleanly, whole some, neaung ana antiseptic ana gives rest and comfort to tired aching feet. It cures while you walk. Over 30.000 testimonials. Imitations pay the dealer a larger profit otherwise you would never he offered a substitute for Allen's Foot Ease, the original foot powder. Ask for Allen’s Foot-Ease, and see that you get it Why She Asked. "Have you ever kissed a girl b& fore?’ she asked. “Why do you put that question to me?” he replied. “I only wished to know whether it was lack of experience or natural awkwardness that made you go about It In such a ridiculous way.” A Redeeming Trait. “There was one good thing about Adam and Eve.” “What was that?” “When they were in Eden they did not send out any souvenir postals.” TO DRIVE OUT MALARIA AND BUILD UP THE SYSTEM. Take the Old Standard GROVES TASTELESS CHILL TONIC. You know wbat you are taking. The formula is plainly printed on every bottle, showing it is simply Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form, and the most effectual form. For grown people and children. 60c. No man prospers in this world by luck, unless it be the luck of getting up early, working hard and maintain ing honor and integrity.—Henry Ward Beecher. Hicks’ Capudlne Cures Women. Periodic pains, backache, nervousness and headache relieved Immediately and assists nature. Prescribed by physicians with best results. Trial bottle 10c. Regular size 25c and 50c at all druggists. A little flattery now and then will soften up the hardest man. —8—— REAL HARD LUCK. Ho—Then I am to understand that you absolutely reject my offer? She—There is really nothing else for it. He—Well, 1 think it very selfish of you. Here, I’ve actually gone and purchased a guide for our honeymoon. < Obeying Mother A man had just arrived at a Mas sachusetts summer resort. In the afternoon he was sitting on the ver anda when a handsome young woman and her six-year-old son came out. The little fellow at once made friends with the latest arrival. “What is your name?” he asked Then, when this information had been given, he added: “Are you married?” “I am not married,” responded the man, with a smile. At this the child paused a moment, and, turning to his mother, said: “What else was it, mamma, you wanted me to ask him?”—Harper’s. Days of Bohemia Ended. Bohemia has ceased to exist in the | Paris Latin quarter, according to Al fred Capus, the playwright, who may be regarded as an authority on the point. In a lecture delivered on be- | half of the “Maison d'Etudiants,” which is to be the headquarters of the General Association of Paris Stu dents, he remarked: “We must not be afraid to acknowledge that our stu dents are no longer Bohemians.” Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications, as they cannot roach the dis eased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this I tube Is Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or lm- i perfect hearing, and when it Is entirely closed. Deaf- • ness Is the result, and unless the Inflammation can be taken nut. and tills tube restored to its normal condi tion. hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases nut of tell are caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. - . J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by I’ uggists, 75c. Take Hall’s Family Pills for constipation. Peace for Once. “I tell you, Judson is a slick chap,” laughed Silas Ryetop. “He took hi" wife to Washington and kept her in the congressional library four hours.” “What did he do that for?” asked Hiram Hardapple. "Why, begosh, they fine you if you talk in that building, and for four hours she didn't speak a word.” Best of All. R. J. Mayher, No. 406 South Clark St., Chicago, writes as follows: “I have kept and used your Hunt's Lightning Oil for the last ten years in my family. It is the only kind to have and the best of all.” It cures Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Sprains, Aches, Pains, Stings and Bites. It kills Chlggers, too. Some Men’s Luck. His Wife—This afternoon I called on the family who recently moved into the flat across the hall.” Her Husband—Well? His Wife—The man is so deaf ha can hardly hear a word his wife says. Her Husband—It does seem as though some men have more luck than sense. Have You Chills? It cured your Pa and also your Ma of chills in the long ago and it will cure you now. It has been tested by time and its merits have been proven. W’e guarantee one bottle to cure any one cass of Chills. If it fails your money is cheerfully refunded—and its name is Cheatham's Chili Tonic. Business Amounts to Sometning. Last year Brazil needed over 20,000, 000 jute bags to hold the year’s coffee production. Each bag costs the ship nprs a trifle over 18 cents. The busi ness of making coffee bags thus amounted last year to nearly $4,000, 000. Important to Mothers. Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA a safe and sure remedy for infants and children, and see that it Bears the Signature of| In Use For Over 30 Years. The Kind You Have Always Bought Jersey Legislation. “That was a disgusting slap the gov ernor took at our bills,” said the New Jersey legislator. “Seemed to irritate him as much as mosquito bills,” admitted the disgrun tled colleague. “Mrs. Pinkham, of the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Company of Lynn, Mass., together with her son, Arthur W. Pinkham, and the younger mem bers of her family, sailed for Naples on May 20th for a three months’ tour throughout Europe and a much needed vacation.” The Very Way. “I don't understand an expression in the book I have been reading, pa; how do you get ‘over the bay?’ ’’ “By taking a schooner, my daugh ter." - » It Cures While You Walk. Allen’s Foot-Ease is a certain cure for hot, sweating, callous, and swollen, achinp feet . Sold by all Druggists. Price 25c. Don t accept any substitute. Trial package FREE. Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y. Life’s Foolish Period. About the time a boy commences to think about smoking, a girl com mences to think about flirting. Hicks’ Capudine Cures Headache, Whether from colds, heat, stomach or nervous troubles. No Acetanilid or dan gerous drugs. It’s liquid and acts Imme diately. Trial bottle 10c. Regular 25c and 50c at all durgglsts. The largest thoughts are an out come from the heart.—Nerva'l. A Subtle Difference. Mrs. Blank, wife of a prominent min Ister near Boston, had in her employ a recently engaged colored cook as black as the proverbial ace of spades. One i day Mrs. Blank said to her: “Matilda, I wish that you would have oat meal quite often for breakfast. My husband Is very fond ot it. He if Scotch, and you know that the Scotct eat a great deal of oatmeal.” “Oh, he's Scotch, is he?" said Ma tilda. “Well, now, do you know, I was thinkin’ all along dat he wasn’t des like us.”—Woman’s Home Companion For Twenty Years Other chill remedies have sprung up, flourished for a brief season, then passed away—even from memory—but for twenty long years Cheatham’s Chill Tonic has been in the field of action. The reason is simple. It has merit. It actually cures Chills and Fevers while the majority of others mere ly promise to. One bottle guaranteed to cure any one case. As Amended. Time—A year after they had faced the parson together. “When we were first married you said you thought heaven had sent you to me,” remarked his wife. "Do you still think so?” “Yes—as a punishment,” answered ■ the brutal other half of the combine. It’s Fine. C. M. Johnson, Louisville, Ky., writes: “I have used your Hunt's Cure, and It is fine.” We have many similar letters. Hunt’s Cure is a strictly guaranteed remedy for any variety of skin dis eases. It stops Itching instanta neously. Lotteries Pay Big Dividends. Nearly $100,000 is spent in Mexico City every week on lottery tickets and in the same period only about $70,000 is paid back in premiums. Try Murine Eye Remedy For Red, Weak, Weary, Watery Eyes. Murine Doesn't Smart—Soothes Eye Pain. All Druggists Sell Murine at 50cts. The 48 Page Book in each Pkg. is worth Dollars in every home. Ask your Druggist. Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago. 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Good for delicate women with sick stomachs. 25 cents r a i 1.11 _ a. _IptM I Malaria Causes Loss of Appetite 1 S The Old Standard GROVE’S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC, drives out Malaria and builds up the I 9 system. You know what you arc taking. The formula is plainly printed on every bottle, showing it I |L is simply Quinine and Iron in a tasteless, and the most effectual form. For adults and children. 50c. B