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A few tablets of "Pape's Diapepsin"
hrinii relit-f Hliiost as soon tas they
rea·.ch tlhe stonclinh.
"Plaee,'. I)litpepin," by ne.utralizing
'he na ility of the stonmach, instantly re
liev.'s the foild souring and fertnenta
tinln which c:uses the misery-making
gases. htI trtlhurn, tfitulence, fullness
or paini in stomach and intestlnes.
"'iape's Diapepijn" helps regulate
1s, rdleredl stomachlllll s so favorite, foods
cant he eaten without causing distress.
CP,.ts sa, little at tirug stores.
The ;owertul, hbra!Ig warmnt of
IHunt' Lightning oi w it" lInnt
t em. "ineuig ca Hnaita hr etc. At
3fr druf 1 glieRA 5 and ii, a bottle.
.M far aN Y u. nr e A Ma, cUlS AD ftul.
Also a fl G.. ral r5*1agh 1 T1k. At AlUl ts,.
sf eet- semse, as_
pendab lor we
tge eoated, your breath badw
ad stomach soar. Why not spendrq
few cents for a box of Cascarets and
.njoy the nicest. gentlest laxative-a
thartlc you ever experienced? Cas
carets never gripe, sicken or incon
venience one like Salts, Oil, Calomel
or harsh Pills. They work while you
Wise In His Generation.
Irate I'rent--What you neal, young
ndtn, a is si sour, Whno thrushing.
Johlecny--t ell. pa, bo y Sunlaty school
tencher says that the Innrd will supply
,ur needs, and I don't mind waiting.
Everyone needs VaCHER-Baoiet
this time of year as a preventiveo or
elef for Colds and Fl., It is aun
ioubtedly thes best thaing to se.
80J In ars or taubes. Carry a tbe
n your pocket.
It you cannot get it locally send 80
ttamps for a t tbe to rD W. VACHER
me., New Orleans, La.
The Way to Do it
"I wish I knew how to kill time."
"Whyt don't you join an amateor
musical society t"
MIore, than likely you were consid
eread a handsome baby.
Ceremonies differ, but true polite
"es ish ever thb same.
Shall Chaos or Reconstruction
in Europe Follow the Great
DANGER IN GENERAL UNREST
Practically Universal Feeling of Dis
content Will Grow Unless the
Causes Which Gave It Birth
By FRANK COMERFORD.
A /pecter ihaunt t :rlluo . It is thli
Sghost of runre.t. \lhtin I started out
to intterview unret in lu-irq- I ilt
not give my .iar to tile ,le th,,orJit
who 11l0;f a s k a,',t. all i Int every
thing, but nt,%e r fro tii diirrc' t ,'x"lri
ien'' ith it. nor didl I go to tile agita
tor s\hi, l i.re, h.- nirett i red tort!;
Neither did I seek out the tYl," of fa
natical :ihor It,;tdtr. hit, I ei: er for
troulble'. w',ho I: trvinL to iniln/ii e un
'rest and11 Ir-ha it under the balmtni r
of Rt",oluton, 1 ,; d+, y thi Itnl 'e
httitintg, title'--'ernt poleiticia n. I as
h tot int t-d'ti'l in I,;ttit lt ". hanl pro l
I .oul ilght kno li)\\telt ' of Iunr'eI.t froll
tho.se aho knel.w it frl'm contacii! t with it,
the,-c whio were part t andl tparlce of It.
I went to the mnie ill the strceet. the
average llta. I t:alked with tlts
sweaty, dirty coal miner at the mtouth
of the shaft. He had just come from
his day in the darkness deep in the
ground. I visilted the man who works
In the mills. I listened to the rough
speech ot the teamster. I went to fae
ter ee and talked with men between
the two whistles which mark the time
ef the aeo meal. They munched at
Iack bread, ate cheese or sausage
gulped tea. coffee or cheap, dilated red
wle. I spent time with the Idle, the
ide by cholce as well as those without
work through mo .halt @o their own.
Only yesterday many, yes meest of
these me were in khakia aew, hbak
on the job n overalls, they wre thak
tag. Tbhe speech wae treobl. DW
coatest loked oI teim thit rbee. I
cos d feelt They ta d It, bt ever
as mnare. always .pOtel.
Unrest usi da @llIe .
uair stste p mnd I the ps eobem.
Omt Ia- qpielct; tR ha miaNt.
The eb, at s f pseelt l. atI ato.
Sa It Ia met withoat onsea t9 I
ores o t se ii Tt e nt esey ha.
mey i ther reotsblit for th hap
is f heira oedo esn. heyw aI t
th o tiln togre aBefrge me m
ey always boi n ltensely humani
they leved their wives and children,
they lived for their homes, they felt
keenly their responsibility for the ,hap
piness oftheir loved ones. They have
but one thing to give. Before the war
they gave it unsparingly-it was their
labor. Their one source of income was
the pay envelope. With their wages
they had to hma shhes, clothes, food.
and provide shelter for the lives they
brought into the norod. and for the
women they had ihosen to ie the tirth
"Home" Before All.
pIlrotee. Sweet tohee" is the inter
natiohi antheym. it is the heart song
of the average man. The club plays
no part In his life. From his home hea
goes to work, anl from work he goes
home. Shantrles and tenements adre
not homesn . These men have always
whienh their were compelled to house
t heir loved ones. They bit their ips
in jobless days when their. children
grew in their hearts when they saw
how poorly dressed their wives and
children were. They muttered curses
children a better education than they
had had, a better chance in life, and
they laughed at laws prohibiting child
labor, while conditions compelled chil
NO SHOES FOR TRAVELING.
A few of my friends and I went to
a station nearby to camp and pick
blueberries. On the first day, while
traveling through some swamp land
our feet became wet. That night L
built a fire and pilaced my shoes and
socks on a log near the fire, Intending
to watch them until they dried. I fell
asleep and my footwear burned. The
next day I weant home ea the tra
betoeoted., to the amuammit eti
dren to work or starve. As these
111e1n grew otlder their fartnilies grew in
siz7. :itIl !derniand,. while their ability
tO et:irn It'rea',el. 'The trait-eldy rel'e
it te re ,l in tl , ,":r Ioa y e ra;, hs ,,t - T h1 ' Y
\\ rl'e e.iln gr, II l I e(1 i ' , A , g , \"i lag
grini liri nl t ,)ly hu rt th .ir t ,o, ie'-, it
furroweii Ihbr hii:,!n.
They li\-el In ilrea:id ,if i,\, rty. It
had eliin thliir nur'.se, thu. fl.l red It
ioi ulJ l it e, their t:tllhbr.i:i ir li',ver'Y
had taken its rev.- :ne 1i , t ,hemt.
The'y t.r." r.. Li;: that if tit.-. ,old
helit lli t it . t l ii -i It t iti :i -h lf l, t"ii
their , hi. l lren. 1T,1 11Y rcI ten
ilit imuatt.l . it u t-:i s, t i: +i . ai lti iltl .
it w uis a I nii;l hi atel ful. ,rtit,. ,ii:i
Ion. It iwai s he levil th:lt lre-i ruiteil
the ifMar t of .irh tlt ,1ii ti he mi
l e n . o f il l ,, s l u. '- . a n i l : ,l \ : " - t h ,
:1 1' W 'as m ob ilize . from the h, ntie,
of the pit r. 4'hiln d 'en who hi il I,,,n
rhet lliof tiher Louth. who hIad nter
ownedI a ti wver, poolt!Iy fed an mi<
orably el:i,1, idr ig d -o ilt f , ,ed, Iy
al rlan ' hlock +. so :,ling the tru ll to tll.
when they "h-In l, hate I.le i r.
i n I, t h e s c h ..+ l ,e ,l . , h i l , l i r ' , i I, h :. <" ' il -
il Ittit f r the - re i. itari ' qtrN
gle, 'hliilir n t ith uit the li -riil en
dulalii ene e., '-ii- - ,,r ti e r i it. wI'e''
tdriven iTtu \o W\unii ii la- id. lhe
rott .-n '-iunt iull+,r the world.
Light in Education.
l f. re- tlhe, - u r h iit. ,t er. bt l, - ll n
onr the e tlinn , ih aurl l -, h ai . ln m te s
hI roll . I Tll iheI were li t -< ilui " t a e of
h, rrr1b "['hs u a, sl., tn . in r.'l
tu rni is Ir,,ill tl h ,i " t , i t ic t.!k ,,L
tile'. th nii nxvr with l,,eir \ al,- ill
e r t h e , h i t i l r e n t: i l p . ,t t o , ,1 . :i n ,1
111.111 i 1 t ita nll ,ft h ti . Iipl ,l -r ta b l.' to
peek thruith the' lf -tthel ,lor Into
the roam where hi- < kiblhi. Mere e,.p
int., tilptoeiig hark. onily to look into
the eyes oif ia mother., and see rellected
there the fears he felt.
The Invention of the typesetting ma
chine, the cheap manufacture of paper,
the growth of public school systems,
and public libraries, brought light to
the dark minds of the workmen. In
that light they saw more clearly their
needs and more completely realised
their righta. It Is the natural ambition
et man to dlmb. He wants to get on
and up. Ignorance had kept him free.
ditmblg. Ignorance is darknea. VaMn
stumble when they try to go forward
In the darkt. lDeatletm Is the ilt MIa
the read. They sOglt to male heis
to make up fir the lest time. llltUhln
a glt thei to want l" far theei.
uovese a teir bm ma that then.
iS i wiee assia k I
acqlead ba th te d in tI elit
t 4ellges ii- *l sdi -iS O
1mid1ta ainpldg$ tth W"il
S1 ast es to dI%
te a tin * by ei a l
tom siat ledinl bew bet is .,
mot popular ms are thoe "on th
Theaters are crowded, and so is the
opera, as a rule.
I -Quite a numler of reular "l tim
rt" who arched to the hbne wit
_Iteen r, 191wq. lind who het aeend
ti th mnitot o them Imm ral-rge
airl w lirde d i, Telve ne movingp th
pwhictre hoses arrive to be erected.ntly in e vinityhe
of Copulerz to await re thosile ia"on the
n the near future crto ded. and so iles tohe
supera avise the prule.iite.
ontlds' simer' viceon Rhine Agand Bel.
QlThe Polish professorl A. A. Ossen"ll tm
erdoffhosky, chief of the Intelligence ide-t
parthe Americnt of the al-Rusian govern
ment, estimates thlat the world war,
bolshevism. Civil war. starvation and
diseas e ihas cost Russita a total of i .r35.-rl
il000 lives. He placesi, the cost of bol-t
shevismc arriclt 12.280.000 lives. Professor
of Cohlssenz tdoffsky says that formerly the
n rate neaof four fture t persons a minute. Today Slsa to
it is dereasing at the rate ofnd twelve
gum befo thirteen a minute.
bottom and but little Intensity of lightde
is needed in orders that o dplay the peb-orld ar
bles and Clear iand. Thrat must be a
l"psease has costray Rusiae"- a totpencil of .
s lies. ght-whlch discloses the cost of bol
bshevisck, m at .12280.000 lires. Professor
eOslendolfaky says of deth at formerly the
Russian population increased at the
ls needed in order to dlspiay the peb
fomir is a pr~Uve
RUB RHEUMA OR
SORE, HING JOINTS
Rub Pain Right ut W th Sn, ;
Trial Bottle of Old ''St
Ithunnitism ls "pain-¢' \.',
trritilllt n t. ll t1 dritlr llginL. It', - .
Ins per -lr tini "l St. T ,h . t , ,
into yv iii . , . stiff. ,n hie T, !
ni <,,l s :Ild r .li )'f t(' -tif'r. .i " I
.fSt. .lin, ob 1 Di ' i a H"lrlu ._ }.,'1
iShe Made a Distinct0r ,
uill 'il ! an lrnu hor thie kir.
, ilmb, r l, ' Ill tiit c -'4o -'t r l .t . ,
I -I il trial hb ttle f hl h
MrSt. Henricks W" itady to Give Up.
, Then He Found How tot," fr
', rhen:titi egpain, Health.
a• m d! . -tllin . Do,'t 'n u ,r' lH,
Iinf aw :it: yon. "St..T-,,h, l" ,
"eMy llt lnee 1if rh ,ti.tl s he,
n tihl, ilst hal f ,,century, :iri i< ( t
teond nllght Ilthr I began Using Milks
for s nd conatfpat i for year
w ti , mr/!l bloat after eating
She Made a Elstln n a od
SThen He Found Howeveryone to no
with ,las dimsh lae bloat after eating,
stom1eh. Mlikke alston was a Godsend
lht a -aedi that will cure cases like
ala."-'. N. l halk4. 702 S. Alabama
L4, h.imee. s ..
TISURp.a at mli rs from catarrh of
sh st mab. >i aStion and bowel
brr hase Gibat Milks Emulsion
0Wr. Menl L da real lasting ben
Mils pleasant, nutritive
Age m . anedicine. It re
tggp bowel action. do
T e e pills and phys
$g sand quickly
to shape to as
of eash and
is streutly rec
naleko as has
aid to resist
o.ests of wasting
t - trouble and
r sates with a
7. .1. I l e n td
"` i to fE up
*·~mld ou~l~~. fLm(h a
SWill Welcome This News
When it seems as if the high cost of living was ever
going up and ups isn't it like a ray of sunshine to
hear of a saving in cost?
Every housekeeper will welcome the news that
owing to scientific methods of production with
is now sold at about HALF the price charged
when the powder contained Cream of Tartar.
S When such a saving in cost is supported by si name
famous for 60 years it means something which no
thoughtful woman can afford to overlook. '
HERE ARE THE PRICES:
25c for 12 oz.
15c for 6 oz.
10c for 4 oz.
FULL WEIGHT CANS
The Price is Right
a Cmp~Im With Alum - Leaves No Bitter Taste - Always Wholesome
tLESS MEAT IF BACK
AND KIDNEYS HURT:
; Take a Glass of Salts to Flush
Kidneys if Bladder
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r . . 'l t. -t. f f *i 7 a la. t
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:It".l',,l , ) !r*. '. iV i *l.,, h ll: l .
-. " t 'l , a ! ,r 111 rI"".
:i.1t1 o ,u1 N ,ed ! aMedicflnlhn,' t lit 1.
S ry He Waould UStrng On es
.' "t sli!o ;'an rodc ti t ,, a re ex-k
nd ,tensivy adlertised, all at once dropoukt
I Tke .ltrea ri 1 l ,i n-! aicffl d' dt .,ni t llfl
ma.the, ,proises '.of th manufacue.n :This
If You Heed a Medicine
i You lShould Iave the Best
Ig, Have you ever stopped to reason why
e it is that so many products that are ex
bnd tensively advertised, all all at once drop out
ow of sight and are soon forgotten? The
Ike reason is plain-the article did not fulfill
na the promises of the manufacturer. This
applies more particularly to a medicine.
of A medicinal preparation that has real
el curative value almost sells itself, as like
on an endless chain system the remedy is
- recommended by those who have been
benefited, to those who are in need of it.
re A prominent drauggist says "Take for
example Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, a
preparation I have sold for many years
and never hesitate to recommend, for in
. almost every case it shows excellent re
nd uts, as many of my stome tetify.
ec- No other kidney remedy has so large a
St- Accordig to sworn statements and
Ins verfied testimony of thousands who have
ad nd the preparation, the meceas of Dr.
n- Kilmer's lwamp-Root is due to the fact,
so man people claim, that it fulflls al
** most every wish in overcoming hidney,
I iver and bladder ailments; eorreets ari
trmoubles and atnralies the arie
dr which auses rhamatio.
You may o of
m ands T (e i i.
> mi at ll el stores.-Adv.
1e--Her eitr ran into a motorbas.
up Nothlag very serious, only the enamel
HeHer face or the machbine?
should be made "
These walls should he Alabhatined in t!te lat. t,
up-to-the-minute nature (,lor tints. Each room sluv mld
reflect your owvn individuality and the trc'atit'nt
throughout be a complete perfect harmony in thlor, .
The walls of the old home, whether mansi,,n or cotta; e. can be
made just as attractive, just as sanitary. through the inteilrgent usc (,f
Instead of kalsomine or waolpaper
Hlw m I:'h better, when : he a now : , ',, it.trgtr :'t ,
to corre,-t errr: afterwar 1 from f r .," r tra.': " t v'." , thr :.. .... ..
you con::.e to the u e of Alalastinc, a; d,. nev": e. y :;e' r or
Once your wa?.s are Alaba;'tie ! yt 1 u any r -
should v,,a "r, I at having used A!:a..ti:}: ,a wiAi La. c no dc .:, fer
any other treatment.
A!laastine is so easy to mix and apl.!y - s, lasting in it-, rc-tltc -- so
absolutcly sanitary - an'I so generally r,.. ,', z t. the pr:, er "e ., r. t:.,
material in a cla by it.- f that it is Lecom:ng :tlicult to an:0 ;fa, tis :c f.,. t
enough to supply the dmniand.
Alabastine is a dry powder, put up in , -p,,un 1 pa k:;:e , whie and
[b.. t: ul tint.;, ready to n:a .::,1 use 1 y the
a d!tIo,n of cold water, anol wi:h full dire, ti, a;
MIx, I ONE on each package. E avrypckaae .1 g enuns rTEcoNLYrOOL
cowD wTr~rc Alabastins has cross and circle printed in red. UrrtoDoaPr
Better write us for hand-made color designs and
special suggestions. Give us your decorative problems
and let us help you work them out.
Grand Rapids - Michigan
Bix-They say those fortune tellers
make a lot of money.
Dix-Naturally. It is by its nature
a business of prophets, you know.
OPEN NOSTRILSI END
COLD OR CATARRH
How to Get Relief When Head and
Nose Are Stuffed Up.
Count fifty. Your cold in head or
catarh disappears. Your clogged nos
trils will open, the air passages of
your head will clear and you can
breathe freely. No more snuming,
hawking, mucous discharge, dryness
or headache, no struggling for breath
Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream
Balm from your druggist and apply a
little of this fagrant antiseptic
cream in your nostrl. It penetrates
t~ .egh every air passage of the head,
5QcIg and healing the swella or
umueout mr-el , iolKy
S eastamt rellet Head colds and
catarrh 7le II e magie. , Don't stat
st-f--ep and mnmle.aa Reuet is
Facts are stubborn things, but not as
stubborn as the uplifter to whom they
are an obstacde
"\\What"; Flubiidub pratinlg aout?"
"The falrihnes of 1-te lltll magazine con
"i ,"','. I* i "on : prize."
TAKE ASPIRIN RIGHT
Sayer Company, who introduced As
pirin in 1900, give proper
To get quick relief follow carefully
the safe and proper directions in each
unbroken pntck:lage of "Bayer Tablets
of Aspirin." This package is plainly
stamped with the safety "Bayer
The "Bayer Cross" means the gen
uine, world-famous Aspirin, prescribed
by physicians for over eighteen years.
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" can be
taken safely for Colds, Headache,
Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia, Lum
bago, Rheumatism, Joint Pains, Net.
riti and Pain generally.
uandy tin boxes of 12 tablets sqlo
hbt Ir fewr enti. Druggists i -I*ls .
larger "Bayer" packages. AppiL__
the trade mark of Bayer Manutactr
ot Uonoacetleacidester of Sallieyo
The class that Is not out for bin
iness has no business to be out.-Mar.