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r è . v y fYou are throwing! away baking powder money— wasting baking powder and expensive ma terials -frittering away valu able time—If you are not using ùlumet Baking Powder. I |fyou "doubt" it—just give Calumet one tmL The saving it make3 will prove that g (hebest baking powder in the world—sold at the feinst price — costs far less than high priced Trust brands— costs but little more to cheap brands—gives much better results other. You use only half the amount ÿ required—it goes almost twice as far. I It never fails, never causes baking loss. Und in millions of homes—by leading hotels restaurants and bakeries. A wonderful baking powder for all requirements. Made in the tod's largest, finest, most sanitary Baking harder Factories. Yon save materials it is used with. Highest Quality Highest Awards > w , WORTH KNOWING ^Äpoond can of Calumet contains full 16 oz. baking powders come in 12 oz. cans ; of 16 oz. cans. Be sure you get a pound you want it to be ed of " Monarch«. Sr** 1 ""toy the king of ELT, 1 u.?® prlvate J"*gier, L Shipping boy" and tag! er in the »Weh was the «ntnry, got g»"MWpence a year for ft _*®®* 0» Wng and his Im», " 0* king's bear «'S« of natuy tft cr Henry E*. -* f> * ow fowler in »^"•^"gkt-rope walk lnSH ... Performed on the steeple "<1 the Cross, k 2* several ■ »Weh Show »1th the tricks ^''k with ïJarjs I of the sdven - fcTJ* «mdon to the »■» the « h ZZ »«•* than lad «M r h * »orld's Bering **«1^7* whlch - l « • lonely tales ^ to and 1 »toeh «ren Parsee Race Dying Out. A beggar among (he Parsees Is un known In India, and would be a scan dal to the sect. The sagacity, activity and commercial enterprise of the Par sees are proverbial In the «Gast, and their credit as merchants Is almost unlimited. Because of Intermarriage tlie race has dwindled down to 75,000, and for some time there has been a serious difference among the Parsees on the question of proselytlsm. % A Parsee married a French woman, who took the necessary steps to adopt the religion of her husband. But It was decreed by the high court of India that, though the creed of Zoroaster theoretically admitted proselytes, their admission was not consistent with the practice of the Parsees In India. Work of an Earthquake. An earthquake that shook India not so long ago w'as remarkable for the curiously distorting effects It pro duced upon standing objects. Similar effects have been noticed from other earthquakes, but seldom to so striking an extent. In an official report In the matter It Is described how this earth quake twisted a lofty monument at Chatak. The monument was an obe lisk of brick, coated with plaster, more than sixty feet tall and twelve feet square at the base. About sixty feet of the top were broken off and thrown to the south, and nine feet more were thrown to the east. Then ■ piece 20 feet In height was sep arated, 23 feet above the ground, and twisted In a direction opposite to the motion of the hands of a watch, but without falling. A Painless Extraction. Dr. Yankum, the Dentist—Yes, I generally prescribe a stimulant for a patient who has a tooth extracted. Mr. Wetmore— You'll find eight teeth on this plate. Gimme eight pre scriptions. AMERICA AT PEACE WITH GERMANY Peace Wiih Germany Formal ly Proclaimed by Presi dent Hardin?. Washinton. — Peace between the United States and Germany was for mally proclaimed Monday by President Harding. The president, in a proclamation signed at 3:52 p. m., Monday, declared the state of war between the United States and Germany, existing from April 8, 1917, to Lave terminated in fact July 2, 1921, when the joint peace resolution of congress was approved by the executive. The text of the president's procla mation follows: "By the president of the United States of America: "A proclamation. "Whereas, by a joint resolution of congress, approved March 3, 1921, it was declared that certain acts of con gress, joint resolutions and proclama tions should be construed as if the war between the United States of America and the Imperial German government j had ended, hut certain acts of con gress and proclamations issued in pur suance thereof w T ere excepted from op- ! eiation of the said resolution: "Whereas, by a joint resolution of j congress, approved July 2, 1921, the ! state of war which was declared by joint resolution of congress, approved f April G, 1917, to exist between the Unit- j ed States of America and the Imperial j German government was declared at an end; "Whereas, a treaty between the United States and Germany was sign ed at Berlin on August 25, 1921, to re store the friendly relations existing between the nations prior to the out break of the war, which treaty is word for word as follows: (Here follows text of treaty.) "And, whereas, the said treaty has been duly ratified on both parts, and the ratification of the two countries were exchanged at Berlin on Novem ber 11, 1921; "Now, therefore, be it-known that I, Warren G. Harding, president of the United States of America, hereby pro claim that the w r ar between the Unit ed States and Germany terminated on July 2, 1921, and cause the said treaty to be made public to the end that every article and clause thereof may be observed and fulfilled by the Unit ed States and the citizens thereof. "In witness thereof, I have set my hand and caused the seal of the United States to be affixed. Done at the City of Washington this 14th day of Novem ber, 1921, and of the independence of the United States the one hundred and forty-sixth. (Signed) "Warren G. Harding, "By the President. "Charles E. Hughes, "Secretary of State." a Men Get Notice of Proposed Wage Cuts Chicago, 111.—Railroad executives, East and West, are sending out notices of proposed wage cuts totaling approx imately $300,000,000. These notices were put in the mails Wednesday by seventy-five class A lines, including all the big transconti nental and sectional systems. The notices call for a flat 10 per cent cut on current wages of all train service employes—the big five brother hoods—and reductions of from 15 to 40 per cent on other classes of labor, which, it is planned, are to be paid at the prevailing rate of like trades in outside industry. The executives plan to cut common labor, now paid from 35c to 48c an hour, to from 20c to 30c per hour, de pending on current rates for labor in various parts of the country. Negro Lynched and Burned. Helena, Ark.—Will Turner, negro, charged with an assault on a young white woman, Friday was taken by a mob from a sheriff's posse, while be ing removed to Marianna for safekeep ing, and after being shot to death by members of the mob,- his body was brought back to Helena and burned in the city park. Baggage Agents End Meet. San Antonio, Tex—With the elec tion of F. B. Carson, general bagg^ agent of the Southern Psuiiflc lines, with headquarters at San Francisco, president for 1922, the American As sociation of General Baggage Agents wound up its convention Friday. Min neapolis was picked for the next an naal meeting place, Jane 28 and 29, 1922. Treatment of Children's Colds The fact that the child is taking cold or has developed one Is in Itself cause for alarm. It Is proof that the organs of the human body are not functioning. First a purgative; castor oil or a laxativo advised by the doctor. Put the child to bed and use Nash's Salve as for croup. Carefully apply wet, hot tu.vels for possibly five minutes to tliroat and chest to open the pores. Then follow with Nash's Salve thickly. Cover this with warm white flannel and arrange bed clothes In a sort of a tunnel around neck to allow vapors to bo breathed freely. # Don't forget to apply a little of the salve up each nostril. Morning will find the cold completely broken and the child in usual spirits. Convalescence will follow quickly and naturally. The same treatment is equally effective for adults. in it j ! j ! f j j SCIENCE SAYS SNEEZE NATURE'S DANGER SIGNAL Strong Constitution Trie* to Throw Off tha Oncoming Cold. Heed the Warning', Mother It Is a oommon thing to hear a man say after a violent sneeze, '1 have taken cold." This is not so. He is taking cold. The aneexe is his system's effort to shake It off and to warn him to use a preventive. So, mother, when your child sneezes, run and get the bottle of Nash's Croup-Pneumonia Salve. Heed Na ture's warning. Apply a little with finger way up In the little nose; have the child close mouth and breathe deeply: repeat at Intervals until cold gets discouraged and withdraws its attacks. Children like the Nash treatment: It Is pleasant and does not moke them sick. Doctors like it, too, because it does not Interfere with their pro scriptions, In fact, many physicians ftnd hospitals use the same treaement In cases of pneumonia. Business Methods. When the agent brought Mrs. Tar ley her fire insurance policy he re marked that it would he well for her to make her first payment at once. "How much will it be? - ' she asked. "About $100. Walt a minute and I'll find the exact amount." "Oh, how tiresome !" she exclaimed. "Tell the company to let it stand and deduct it front what they will owe me when the house burns down."—The American Legion Weekly. GIRLS! GROW THICK LONG, HEAVY HAIR WITH "DANDERINE' Buy a 35-cent bottle of "Danderlne." One application ends all dandruff, stops itching and falling hair, and, in a few moments, you have doubled the beauty of your hair. It will ap pear a mass, so soft, lustrous, and easy to do up. But what will please you most will be after a few weeks use, when you see new hair —fine and downy at first—yes—but really new hair grow ing all over the scalp. "Danderine" is to the hair what fresh showers of rain and sunshine are to vegetation. It goes right to the roots, invigorates and strengthens them. This delight ful, stimulating tonic helps thin, life less, faded hair to grow long, thick, heavy and luxuriant.—Advertisement. Spoiled the Scenery. A certain clergyman is a great be liever In the widening Influence of travel. When he and his wife set off last month for a holiday In Switzer land they took their maid with them. She was much envied by the other girls of the village, and when she got back, one of her friends asked : "Well, Gladys, what did you think of Switzer land?" "Not much." was the answer. "I couldn't really see what the country was like. The mountains got In the way !" Football. "Now, boys. If you play that girls' team, understand this." "Well, coach?" "No hugging in clinches."—Louis ville Courier-Journal. free. Caney Valley Syrup Co , Wharton. Tex. For Constipated Bowels—Bilious Liver TTie nicest cathartic-laxative to phyalc your bowels when you have Headache Biliousness CoTds Indigestion Dizziness Sour Stomach Ifl candy-like Cascarets. One or two to man have cold. to use Na with have cold its it pro re her I'll me Indications Point To Public Awakening That mothers and fathers, school ? nd health authorities are awakening o the seriousness s>t colds Is reflected by the rale of Nash's Salve In odr local drug stores. People are buying the salvo *'ln or der to have It In the house If needed," This is the spirit intended to be de veloped by these articles. The mor tality among children can be reduced by close attention to Indications of on approaching cold. Many families, however, are not reached by the printed appeal. Teach ers should urge school children, to tell their parents the dangers of a com mon cold and how to relieve it. May Save Your Child's Life This Winter Considering the very slight cost, e great good accomplished by It, you should go right now to the near est drug store for a bottle of Nash'» Croup-Pneumonia Salve. Besides using it personally and de riving uncounted benefits, having the salve In the house might save your child's life this winter. Colds are insiduous things. They appear trilling at bedtime and at midnight have developed Into a fear some thing. You may not be able to reach the doctor. Better to have used Nash's Salve earlier. Undernourished Children Parsnta whose children are un derweight, pale and puny, and generally backward, will find in FORCE an efficient cor rective agent. 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Two Farms Cheap—65 and 05 acre« good land, splendid Improvements, gas. good wa ter. near town on two railroads. Thomas Matlhews Realty Co.. Mansfield, Arkansas. TODACCO—Ky.'s Natural Leaf Smoking and chewing Rich, mellow. 5 lbs. 31 50; 15 lbs. 33 60. Ouarant'd. Waldrop Bros., Murray, Ky. Fine Registered Holstein Bulls Fifty Dollars Up. Cows One Hundred Dollars Three Big Black Jacks Cheap. Ben Dodd, Martin, Tenn PURE RIBBON SUGARCANE SYRUP, best. cheapest; from producer; sample 10c; prices free. Caney Valley Syrup Co , Wharton. Tex. to tonight will empty yoor bowels com pletely by morning and yon will feel splendid. "They work while you sleep." Casearets never stir you up or gripe like Saits, Pills, Calomel, or Oil, and they cost only ten cents a box. Children love Casearets too.