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CALOMEL USERS t fOO Cannot Gripe, Sicken, or Salivate Yourself if You / Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead salivates ! It's mercury. Galon el <cta like dynamite on a slug glsh 1K' , J. When calomel cornea into «•atmet wtth soar bile it crashes Into tt, cmn»inf champing and nausea. 1 1 yon feel pliions, headachy, con stlpatad and all knocked out. Just go to jroor druggist and get a bottle of Dodmoa'a Liver To^e for a few cents, which la harmless vegetable substi tute for dangerous cilpmel. Take a it and If it doesn't start your The Life of a Song "This music dealer advertises^ that little Bunga lat will live forever." mean by that?" Sut six months."—Birmingham Loving ■Two low Herald. 4 A & Pleasant To Give — Pleasant To Take Thoughtful parente are having moat gratifying and astonishing results by using this safe, agreeable prep aration which quickly stimulates baby's digestion and regulates bowel movements. It is a fact that babies and children like to take MRS. WMSI0WS SYRUP The bleats* end Children's ] A few drops dapsedhur oe ses addod to each faadlox katps baby's bovak isealar This finest camWnathm of ▼•••tabla iueredlanta promptly ovsramas dlsiihito nilaraswiad colic, flatulency, cooatlpation and other dlaa r dnra —pee 'formaim appears oe ovary labrf—alwaya know what yoa etas year baby- Min. Window ■ Syrup.coats mora to aaka-rat eoaU yea so ms S ea ordinary baby UxaUvaa. At AU DrmmtUtm ANGLO-AMERICAN DRUG CO n 215-217 Fnltoa St, New York H»jnd lTr" J -r d renfr ~ ITt-?* " *— M — ^— T — ■*— * -— WAS VICE PRESIDENT AT 36 dehn Cabell Breckenrldge of Kentucky the Youngest Man Ever to Hold the High Office. Franklin D. Roosevelt, Democratic candidate for vice president, was asked whether, if elected at thlrty alght, he would be the youngest vice president of the United States. He did not know, but hoped some of his friends would look the matter up. John Cabell Breckenrldge was elected vice president on the Demo cratic ticket with James Buchanan in IBM He assumed eflfce March 4, when be was thirty-six years, month and fourteen days old. Breckenrldge completed his he was candidate for President representative of the slave-holding but was defeated by Lin The .same year he was,elected United States senate, but sonn afterward joined the Confederate From January to April, 1865, he was secretary of war in the cabi net of Jeff Davis. He died In Lexing ton, Ky„ May 17. 1875. A Poor 8tlck. » Snoblelgh —"Aw, what did you find out about my family tree?" Gene alogist — "The crop was a failure." * ..... .... ... France produces more than 250 varl attea of cheese. '^7 Instant @ ® POSTUM Instant ti ®>0STUM ANT A BEVERAGE Afferent pert* 4 Beü A BEVERAGE at different perte ef BbeM •"d a smell portion of HoteM** ^ A BEVERAGE at different parte at Meet ** • »mell portien of Mousse* Oresl Compeify tenu Caca« ltoen.6 JA INSTANT J «STINT Insul Grocers Used To Wonder why somç of their tea and coffee trade switched, to Instant Postum .Manjr of them uiidefstandnow *lEey lise Postum in their own families and lind a Hg gain in . h ea lth , and some economy with no loss in satisfaction "There's et Reason for Postum instead of cofFee Made îy ftxstum Cereal Coin,-, Battle Creek,Mkk liver and straighten you up better and quicker than nasty calomel arid with out making you sick, you Just go back and get your money. If you take calomel today you'll be sick and nauseated tomorrow; be sides, it may salivate you, while If you take Dodson's Liver Tone you will wake up feeling great, full of ambi tion, and ready for work or play. It's harmless, pleasant and safe to give to children; they like it.—Adv. Discriminates. Scene—Little Mary taking a huge mouthful of orange. Mother (horrified)—Why, Mary, don't swallow that whole. Little Mary—What hole?—Pene State Froth. MAN OF OPTIMISTIC STRAIN Millionaire Bought "Laundry" instead of "Launch," but He Refused to Be Discouraged. Millionaires are supposed to lean to ward a philosophic pessimism, . but there is one who is evidently a genu ine optimist. He met a friend and said: "Come and see my new steam laundry." The friend was somewhat sur prised. "I didn't know you went in for that sort of thing," he said. "I don't as a rule," replied the mil lionaire. "I bought this one quite by mistake. It was the auctioneer's fault. I hadn't time to get a catalogue, and I thought he said steam launch! So I nodded, and they landed me with It." . That millionaire is going to make that laundry pay ! A New Gas. A new gas has been developed from the manufacture of alcohol which can be compressed to 3^)00 pounds to the square Inch and stored safely In steel tanks. There are seven varieties of the African Mon. Cypress and walnut, when used in contact, cause each other to rot ALLIES if MOVE ARE READY TO OCCUPY CITY TO EJECT REDS AND ENFORCE TREATY. MANY VITAL QUESTIONS UP French People Assured By Tone of British Press and Seem Confident That the Allies Will Be Able To Agree Fully. Paris.—The meeting of the Supreme Council, which began In the famous clock room of the Foreign Office, where the plenary sessions of the peace conference were held. Is regard ed in France as second in importance only to the deliberations from which came the treaty of Versailles. The de ration of the new ministry of Aristide Briand, it is generally understood, will depend upon this meeting and the results the premier will be able to bring from the council to the Chamber of Deputies. The general feeling over the situation is optimistic. The French people have been great ly reassured during the past few days by the tone of the British press, and seem confident that the allies will be able to agree fully, not only upon measures to secure the disarmament of Germany, but upon the general lines of reparation. There was a cordial conference of half an hour immediately upon the ar rival of the British delegation between David Lloyd George, the British prime minister, and Earl Curzon of Kedles ton, the British foreign secretary, and Aristide Briand, the new French pre mier. The conference strengthened the Impression that the work of the council would begin under favorable conditions. Disarmament will be the first sub ject to occupy the conferees. Then It is expected reparations will follow, and the Turkish, Greek, Russian, Aus trian and other questions will be dis cussed. The questions between the al lies and the United States likewise will be gone over. It Is expected that the conference will last about a week. France's attitude concerning repa rations was the subject of a confer ence at t he Elysee palace. Briand, the premier and minister of foreign af fairs, went to the palace Accompanied by Philippe J. L. Berthelot, general secretary of the Foreign Office; Louis Loucheur, minister for the liberated regions; Paul Doumer, minister of finance; Louis Dubois, president of the Reparations Commission; M. Sey doux and Pierre Cheysson, the French financial experts at the Brussels con ference, and discussed the entire re parations question with President Mil lerand. " The report of the allied experts on the situation.was gone into and a de cision was reached upon the form in which the French viewpoint will be placed before the Supreme Council. Indian Bill Passed. Washington. — After extended de bate during .which attempts were made to strike out many of its items, the House passed the annual Indian appropriation bill, the sixth of the 14 supply measures to be sent the Sen ate this' session. As reported to the House, the bill carried approximately 112 , 000 , 000 . Try To Lynch Radical. Barcelona. — An angry mob at temptedto lynch a syndicalist agita tor when the man was arrested on a charge of attempting to kill the pro prietor of a steel plant. Civil guards were compelled to charge repeatedly upon the crowd to save the prisoner from violence. Tug and Barge Lost. New York.—The tug boat Phoenix of the Goodwin Gallagher Company and a barge-of sand which she was towing were lost when the barge cap sized, pulling the tug down with her. Eight men on the tug and one in the barge were rescued by the tug Ter rier, which was near by. « Revenue Por 1920, 5337,000,000. Washington. — The United States collected revenues amounting to ap proximately 1337,000,000 in 1920 on imported goods, valued at $2,188,000, 000, it was learned at the Department of Commerce. Apology Is Demanded. Nashville, Tenn.—A resolution was offered In the Tennessee House of Representatives calling for an apolo gy from Japan for the recent killing of Lieut. W. H. Langdon, U. S. N. , Alleged Bomblata Freed. • Philadelphia.—Seventeen men, ar rested in connection with the explo sion of a bobm which killed two men In a garage of the Quaker City Taxi cab . Company, were discharged at a hearing recently. Big Fire at Wynne. Wynne.—Fire In the business sec tion of Wynne entailed a loss estimat ed at more tha« $36,000. The blaze was discovered In the second story of the Mike Drezlex general store. « LUCKY Strike cigarette Its toasted LEE'S SEEDS GET Postal card will bring it and 1921 it'll pay y on to get It. Shows rtTAIM JVHAT you want at tha «AIAIUO right PRICE and HOW to plant for the best crops. Been selling seeds 23 yean. KNOW tba best and sell no other kind. Arthur G. Lee SEEDSMAN Wt Ft. Smith, Ark. Skin Troubles .......... Soothed With Cuticura Soap Til. Okie net 2S and 50c, Talcaa 25c. States' Debts Increase. In 31 of the 48 states the revenues exceeded the expenditures for govern mental costs, including interest on In debtedness and outlays for permanent Improvements by $50,192.314, or 71.6 cents per capita. In the remaining 17 the revenues fell below the expendi tures by $15,378,246, or 43.8 cents per capita, and in five of these 17 states sufficient revenues were riot collected to meet current expenses and Inter est. Taking the 48 states as a whole, the excess of revenue over expendi tures was $34,814,068, or 33.1 cents per capita. These are among the in teresting facts brought out In a re port entitled "Financial Statistics of States. 1919," issued by Director Sam L. Rogers of the bureau of the census, Department of Commerce. The prices of cotton and linen have been doubled by the war. Lengthen their service by using Red Cross Ball Bine in the laundry. All grocers, 5c. If Not Now, When7 Judge (to old man)—Are you not ashamed, such an old man, to steal? Old Man—Well, your houor, when I was young I was asked if I was not ashamed, such a young fellow, to steal? And when I was full grown, 1 was asked if I was not ashamed, such an able-bodied man, to steal ? When is a fellow to steal? The earthen pan gains nothing by contact with the copper pot.—Danish Proverb. Did you ever notice what a lot of friends you haven't got when you hap pen to need them? ToCureaCold in One Day Take Grove's Laxativs Bromo "üt Quinine tablets Be sure its Bromo io.?fcStr< The bears this signature She. FOB 8AU5—Bonders and Contractors buy Lu.nbrr w ha lassie tram manufacturer and aave money. Manufacturer. Barringer, Ark. W. N. U-, LITTLE ROCK, NO. 5-1921. In 71.6 17 "DANDERINE" Girls! Save Your Hair! Make It Abundant! w Immediately after a "Danderine" massage, your hair takes on new life, lustre and wondrous beauty, appear- ing twice as heavy and plentiful be cause each liair seems to fluff and thicken. Don't let your hair stay life less, colorless, plain or scraggly. You, too, want lots of long, strong, beauti ful hair. A 35-cent bottle of delightful "Danderine" freshens your scalp, checks dandruff and falling hair. This stimulating "beauty-tonic" gives to thin, dull, fading hair that youthful brightness and abundant thickness— All druggists!—Adv. The Day After. Everett, aged six, laid been left with a neighbor while momma and papa at tended an amateur theatrical. When they were alone together, the neighbor remarked : "Your mother cer tainly looked nice. She was certainly dressed up." "Y°s'n;,' Everett responded, "»he had on everything new she got for Christmas 'cepting her percolator!"— Cartoons Magazine. I I j To Have a Clear Sweet Skin Touch pimples, redness, roughness or itching, if any, with Cuticura Oint ment, then bathe with Cuticura Soap and hot water. Rinse, dry gently and dust on a little Cuticura Talcum to leave a fascinating fragrance on skin. Everywhere 25e each.—Adv. Natural Proceeding. Jinks—Halloa ! Been fishing, old man? What did you catch? Binks—The first train home! The man who is always telling you that the coat doesn't make the man Is not In the tailoring business. Kill That Cold With CASCARAL? QUININE FOR A*® Colds, Coughs La Grippe Neglected Colds are Dangerous Taka no ebene«* Keep this standard remedy handy for tha first anaaza. Breaks up a cold in 24 hours — Relieves Grippe in 3 days—Excellent for Headache Quinine In tide form does not affect the heed—Cascara is best Tonic Laxative—No Opiate in Hill's. 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It matches any color you wear. It fits into any kind of politics and any kind of religion. Good health comes from good blood. If your blood is out of order, take Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. You need it if your food doesn't sit right in the stom ach, if you are run down, if you can't sleep well, if you tire easily, if you are out of sorts. Take it have good health and be happy just as so many others do. Send 10c to Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel Buffalo, N. Y., if you want a large trial package.