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For Infants and Children. TD A- A Mothers Know That S Genuine Castoria AL~u:. . ,, " y . t'l' ALLu: BAlways A . - SSignature ,eMcwrlncO ' fý,l 'e rt.ontu ias N.OT,.. !of - I * In AhelpfulHRcm u e Us S tipation and Dt rrh . • aiidfrThirty Years ,, NEW YORK SCASTORIA' )r:qdI0r * r~rr~~rrm rving in the Midst of Plenty Acid-Stomach Steals Strength and Good Feelings From Millions of the worst features of acid Is that very often it literally its victims in the midst of SAnd then strange thing about ht the people awith lcid-stiomIrh know what their trouble 1. matter how goodl or wholesome may be, or how much they gly do not gain in strength. cldearly explained by the fact Saded-stomach cannot properly Sbed. Instead of healthy. nor ton, the excess acid causes M/ to sour and ferment. Then hIbs mass of sour, fermented imrged with excess acid, passes r lantestines. it becomes the place for all kinds of germs poisons, which in turn are Into the bhlodl and in this rbted throughout the entire Aad that is exactly why It is many thousands of peofle eat ad keep on eating and yet y starving in the midst of Their acid-stomachs make it impossible for them to get measure of nourishment out $1 food. And it doesn't take this poor nourishment to show d escts n a weakened, emaci _ ay: "My stomach doesn't That may he true because ilttims of acid-stomach do not suffer stomach pains. Then .lre are millions who do ssuffer of aches and pains-head numatlic twinges, gout. lutm around the heart and In who never dream that an .. , who never dream that an and see how much better you will feel. ATONIC A FOR YOUR ACIDSTOMACH )y A WAR-lME IL TEATSATS SPREADING SHUNrS SALVE CURES IT! B RED in the war trenches of Europe. a wave of ordi *tary ITCH is spreading over the country. Thin skin di-ease, history shows. has always prevailed, following t wars and the concentration of armies. It was common during the Civil War and following that conflict. There was an epidemic of the Itch after the Spanish-American War. Now history a repeating itself after the great 1 Duropean struggle. Returned soldiers and those with whom they come in contact will find a recognized remedy for the Itch in Hunt's Salve. commonlv known as "funt's Itch Cure."' Many a veteran of the late '91)i will testify to its merits. If directions are followed HUNT'S SALVE will prove a never failing cure for all forms of the Itch. and tour druggist will tell you so. lie sells HU'NT'S SALVE under a strict itirantee to refund the purchase price to :zny dli,'atistied u-,,r .\ Medford. Oklahoma man, among thousands who pra- Ill'NT'S S.\\LE. yavs: people d!sllk0 to call it the Itch. but candor compels me to admit Ih bdly Yo.r Hunt's Salve. however. cured mt after many other bad totally faiedl ine box completed the cure-the first application aonderful r.hlif. My advice to those who have to scratch, is to 8 Salve '" es i er e.tall compounded for the treatment of Itch. Ecsefma ter and other it!,hini skin dlseas.'s and is sold on our guarantee S rug stir'. .r it will be sent dire. t by mail If your local druggist -, ly. Prik-.7'. ier 1, SYMEI''INI.: 'oMp.PANY. TNC.. SHERMAN. TEXASi C -oto Manesss mar ssad ,.by the b. al deals***ywb". iYea dsdstr w asupply yoes f yeo we ri yes wl seally do hm a fwse by h . id- acid-stomach is the real cause of the Ily trouble. of Naturally, the sensihle thing to do )ut Is to strike right at the very cause of •hs this trouble and clean the excess acid ble out of the stomach. There is a quick. easy way to do this. A wonderful new me remedy quickly removes the excess iey acid without the slightest discomfort. th. It is EATONI('. Made in the form eat of tablet.s-they are good to eat-Just 1iy like a bit of candy. They literally or- absorb the injurious excess acid and -e carry It away through the intestines -"n They also drive the bloat out of the ted lxly-in fact you can fairly feel it .-s work. Make a test of EATONI(' in the your own case today. 'et a big bhaox ms of EATONIC from your druggist. See ir for yourself how surely it brings quick Ir relief in those painful attacks of in 1 d!gestion. bitter heartburn, belching. eat disgusting food repeating, that awful yet bloated. lumpy feeling after eating and other stomach miseries. Banish all it your stomach troubles so completely get that you forget you have a stomach. out Then you can eat what you like and nke digest your food in comfort without row fear of distressing after effects. act- If E'ATi(NIt' does not relieve you. I It will not cost you one penny. You ,n't can return it to your druggist and get use your money buck. So if you have the not slightest question about your health hen -if you feel you are not getting all fer the strength out of your food--if you 'ad- are not feeling tip-top. ready for your mrn- work. full of vim and vigor-do give In EATONI( a fair trial this very day an and see how much better you will feel. New Weaves and Shades in Serge Spr:.; Ciaits Are of the Box Type -Sits Are P :i:1 a`dd ,urrow. NEW ',,' I:L. . F.',1 LO DON WI i its A' E. " of C: _ . ', . H! ../ !r'-d r 3 f ' " Tvy- Rna r, n ayav F r r -. :... . . . - . I.,: ·, , - '. ' q, -,, - , ' _ -. .- - . ,\ , .. . 1,," I, ,s ,t %,\I 1. 1 " " - ý I "ý.· I, ' 1' ." , ,'i - * i ri: t l. h he k, l. r n r1_,. .ir : 1. .. i!,l,. rFas-hion:ble Blue Serge Suit With blue. re tini El"curl' in the . chl,'r , f "l1 r" n' IO its uit:b;ilitr fr ll ,!;u - i k Let none hesitate this spring. for r t. our favored blues are delightful to h behold and lovely to wear. Tithe smart lr 1 little box ce,'t with its vest of 'con d trasting, material is the model most r II In evldence at the opening of the y~spring showing. A new material com ing from London is a dark blue basket weave. loosely enoulgh woven to hbe almost transparent and resenblinig the summer erashes of SEmte setllonE hack. except that it has a smoother ,t surface. Plain and Narrow Skirt. h One suit of thi4l material lhals the S<same narrow andl very plain skirt seen i i in all of the other models. Tlhe enat It s of the hbx type shortt# than moIst " and Iwithi roundling Jacket and tight . Sbell sleeves. With this cEt is seen v I. vest of gray surah silk .Ihot through PRESSING THE SKIRT HEMS Workmanship and Having Enough Weight to Make Garment Hang Well Is Found Important In mgklng skirts. e-pe. ailly .skirts for strett anEd d;aytille wE'llr. mll'h dependtls ,n having the hems w.ll pre.ssed and that the lower part Eof thi' skirt has Eilugh Iha1Wy Er w*'tieht to make it hang dE!finitely. The hioriE ,lressmnllkEr therefore fins. that her/ I:isk is much lessenE,! if she ha. a r.,ther wlle applied bruitling En the skirt. Yout .ln halve this sort of v, ork dollie at a tril ling Slilhp. If Sthere is nlltE in ytour tlwn it is wrfrthI f'.,hile tE "Efndl the skirt to aI lIarger l town tE, hav;i\e it finished in this mnin i ner. A ldesign Ef hraidiing in thlie .inle .cllr ai the skirt. slime fiur Er tive i inlhli's ' ide. apliEdh a few illlhes from ihe l ttIm Elf the .kirt. eitlher :Ill . r, lrilnt or liiIErely at the panils. ;i.lS en t rllrmlou.l v. j. lhoubih fringe hal wrn nit its a *"ill'lilll ni ilnile qllilrters l ibe lllse It hni I b tn'l Ilsd tlE jl'rsistlently. It Is til on oEf the mlElt eftive tritl. THE WELL DRESSED GIRL . Grooming, Consisting Principally of SPersonal Cleanliness and Harmo S nizing Shoes Important. l:'vry ihl sil,,illu endeflv-r t- le well ,!reSEEl. This dll.es not llemandf the Iirhltae Elf an ;LhllnllLncte Elf ,lIllths Ef tllhe latest fashioln. tiiyi Mis- .Allie Rliot Ef thte extension ,,rs\iI'+ Ef tIlE, Unliversity of .lissollri EI1IlE' -f .\lAric'ullture. Large sums Elf ulllEnE'y luty be 5p1elt on the war,! rlhl and thilE result be an al,solute failiilre. In iorl.-r ft, IE vEll dlre.ssEl one maust be well rmorned. which meann ftirst of all. pjrfect personal .lealnlines" The hair shlillt he cllEan. well brulsheI anil conlledl ini a style s.litel t, tlhe' aInge Elf th,' tiri. If hair i'llEl)lh n " lseld thEy ~hltil,! Il, ,l11:,ii anil pressEl. art! of a ,'1l0r whibbh will h:amilnlze with the ,lrews. Black hair rilbbhons fr general wE':ir are alw:iys in gooI taj. Teeth should he !rushelll. tlEnI naiils trimmed ant .lean. Shoes and stcckills should be of one color. S- - - *1 1. V •h. Gives the Pulled-In Effect. 1. ", the " ,t , . , , . r ; . tit-i . .1 :1.d i , : S . 11 r T i.t ;l1" *r hlo'tu 'a':l " it- ti tl 1 1, . ,' ...\, :lla i n ' t nt t ! ~ tii -:iit hr t tho .!' I . ,I . ir.. a :1 t i. ,I:1 l it-. f th , .. ,a r . , I -' ' .r un .,. . prn .th If, ' -. " r ':,, ;1' 1" , ', ! " " :t t:li tha, t I of th -r e ui tT 1 it" * , t- 'i, t. - :"ire ,i .'r t. , ,iTh littlh ',' i: Tbfor "0 ' up'" ' r "''"rt u Init M imi i \\ .I'l . lt-Ahl II - I !" , ' : t,,i' ,rx of thi :inl' thI , i l lit!i. -t ri"t r-. tfln ill a I m ",In ves the ure.ult 1t : i'- h ,IhIle:ltiti'll 1l olt' rs. Is o- le Of tl" , I--' i ratr :ials is ithi- fir the tailore I, Chris vT t. It i ry oJl whn m:a tilp he is jer'a -'tly "ilain at thie top and tinisihed il at the ii-t',iol in a serie- , ofi very widl'e Ia tti'li. l l:-atc d e ll e ahlr' e the itlher l:Ith unive 'h1.wing as the box coat frills away this in the front. It is not possible to de- owed -"rithe the beauty and richness of the thron newr hbraadIes which are used in this medli h f:ashion. They are of almost hbarbaric earth Isplendor in a blending of superb col- of Je ors with silver and, gold threads. 1. i Of ourse the giet now and then II has a: sish to give a dlraped line over n._r ithe hips. itch as shown in the London Be Tr ,,model I lhale menrtioned above. but for n to !as yet the hbx coat for the greater b( rt nrumber of imnedels reaches so far he- gave - lw the waist line that the sash tdois ner. i't .not lappear and is not necessary. 1. l' We shall tire of these gorgeous hits raelil n- of color as the weather grows warm- f sit et and demand thae simpler things of 2. r hatiste. olrgandie and washable tab- has 1 rics so rliuch ai part of the summer and the r st1 crisp and fresh. Pique anda linen 3. r have been cleverly blendled in a nmart !the waistcoat with the narrowest of black woul. satin piping showing between the rows Chrit t' of the tiny pleats of linen, such as ap- by ft 'n p aar in men's shirts. It is understood.' from t I am sure,. that few gilets show any i negle st collars. but fasten at the shoulders mean lt or button roundl the neck under the 4 an coat in the hlak just like the little 'It et thI dickeys ii small hts' nlaior suits. 16) he gt S ningsl the homle dressmltaker cnn npos sibly luse. . It is leasy to apply an-d wont ph it eives weight to the iedge of the God ir lnolen embrlidery is ,-ne nf the extrelnliny good loroking trimmines. .hin Thae embroidery Is usually in some who i-h ric . contrusting color anal aas much II spirit to II pilnin tark ldress. But it of is no it the eaiwinght iw in the world h ht to work in iwool. lTo help yoin In yman I this rlespect there is wool embroiwery of ti er on a thin net faainaltih n that cann he . a apjilieal to 3he place desired with ex- Lord he aetly the same racal result that you love n of nvo a gett if vaaku worked the stittches , Sdif irectly anrl the fabric. cre t; and er One-Fabric Tailored Frocks. thinl hl t frcks fair street wtthr there Is a some ve graiwirig tenalani.v 1to faiattura. anre- comr im falric, atTairs. Th:at is Iras, will be he a al entirely if 5atin ar entiraly aaf se)ir~, and is r-ir t'hant) m rinryat i if the two t ani Iratrlial. ls in saasalntis ast :aml alir- shall its ing the iir-t dilays of the Ilru'tnt se-a- LoggT it woi wn. expe is tlr joy. W L lolack anal tan shoes. al'-ay In good pick rastn. ari the mn~st fnticn"atlr for ,ll- Go of arnl d we:ar,. anl shaculdrl always th e aftel I 1altlhi t ani neratly habl ar I uttonht had to give a gataood appelarance.. If white hard shaies are worn it shaaull ird n ithi light It hi calaithes. tianl .reat e:re t ken ta kep tral ,l the-m alarn. Thaora' ef .In axtrtem n row ,if ntye anal tit lih / heels will atratrct give Sfrom tie r:apperarance if a r a theriwise ahad i, m·n-tila ti uny health. "Allr mrient- and r( and suiteal ti, the occa.iar. ain hiih ae ie they are worlni. was It i lartter t"i plan a carlapleti'r sim- hIam ist pla warh ir-rle whelre ail gEarments has- motl rst mrnli7z.a than tat coanlbine very plain ' fn ss avith elahortate thins. t:mplicity is aI the first essential to elreance. En hI lca-oyr to h:av a simple. narmanious TI wlralr'Ti.a th:at will lmeet :I needs. as i 1. c:tri-fullly- plainntndl avarairtbae and a merE ze avell-raan et hersruon will producl e the 3 t ,ns effrct tart is rellty the le.'ire of ever m-an ,a a rl'g ' heawrt, which is. to viibe wl ithe Iril drassedI. wan .nd the tr. Avarice is always poor . IMPROVEDY I U O IIYATOI V Yit Idt.'L LEssoN LESSON FOR APRIL 12 CHPST OJR SA'- C 1. Who Jes.s Is . - ·L ',I - -' . *·t· l ' h-. - the Cr. .. h.-ri y. hi r -ra- in , i S h "y. I - r" - h,. ! .t '" N,, , " - r ito I) - ,fI.- .- , 1 o :. b t , r , r , ,t , . . T ! r!; i h, (is tl 1' a. . ,[ " ! - i th ,e l wit, t hi, for a da, . il.I " . " th of that .a, with .',, u. n t, . .. t." ,o i. nk S th it he +is thr lr ia . , 11 , , i , ,,i t · - TF the +r,,.,.. h...l hin , rr -:r.h it 1. h - , . . h oly. 4' r. i h:0.l ta 'n In.t -i t i to . . t" ' .3. The Sin of Go. (v. 49). N i ii ael ". as inter"', teh thr. II tl t l i. tatnn of a friend. Philip .l!, t. thatI tI h,. ha i fin rt ,lay. .i V Nazareth. of whom Mse ha writtt. le kn h that Nazare with wa. nt the. t.-i-hplai' of the e h, thi Jereiahire, h l thar ,in it "Can any o.l thing canointe oi t of Naz-t areth\iO" At the invitation of Philip . 4. The Son of Mlan (v. 41). .This an unaver w ianto eternal kingdom. In.t this testimony of Jesus is t or ehad owed the union o, man and N od, and , Canthrounyh him the establishment of a - medium of communication between earth and heaven. This is the reality of Jacob's vision at Bethel (;en. 28: 'n II. His Mission in the World (Matt. er 20:27, 28; John 3:16). on He came to give his life a ransoml. " or many. The world was lost in sin S-about to perish. Christ voluntarily a Sgave his life-died instead of the sin ner. *h 1. The world is dying like the Ing to Its raeltes because bitten by the serpent awould mt- of sin. y of 2. Christ, like the brazen serpent. ti- has been lifted up upon the cross as nl the remedy or sin (Jof mahn 3:1and God. 1). nthrough 3. As the Iraelites must look up toof a hrt ethe uplianted serpen. This so those who k IIwould be saved munt believe on Jesus(Matt e Christ (John 3:16). While looking p i by caith to the crucified Christ savesom it from the death-sting o the serpent a h ny neglect or refusal to believe on him -- means to perish. Christ voluntarily he 4. This provision was made byof the sin nte I emanated from his loe (John 3: 16). "For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son." III. What He tives (Rom. 8:31. 32). a-I God gave his Son to save a dyingas ni ord. Those who accept his Son hae 5). he God on their siderpent, soHe that spared his ISo wlld freely give all things to those the' who receive him. le even makes al s ithings work together for good to then mel who love him (Rom. 8:28). It] it Obedience Required. rid The Bible rings with one long de-i In mand for obedience. The key word t FF of the book of Deuteronomy is "Ob be serve and do." The burden of our - Lord's farewell disconurse is, "If ye :o" love me, keep my commandments." i'S We must not question or reply or er *cuose ourselves. We must not pick and choose our way. We must not think that obedience in one direction 'ed will compensate for disobedience in a some other particular. God gives one ne- command at a time if we obey this he he will flood our Dsol with blessing. ·e, and lea' us forward into new paths wo ani pastures. But if we refuse we ir- shall remain stagnant and water ea- loggedr make no progress in Christian experience, and lack aboth power and joy.-F. B. Meyer. The Quest of Wisdom. What wisdom she had she did not I pick off the hepige, like blackberries al1- God is too kind to give away wisdom he after that useless fashion. So she 1:- had to earn her wisdom, an! to work ito hard, and suffer much ere she attained cht it. And in attaining she endured irP strange adventures and great soe 'e rows; and yet they would not have wt given her the wisdom had she not IC had something in herself which gave ri- her wit to understand her lessons, lnt and skill and courage to do what they el.,taught her. There had been many lih names for that something before she was born, there have been many tm- names for it since, but her father and tr, mother called it "the Grace of God.h tin - Klngsley. En- ;Prayer. ons' The best things In the divine iife, A as in the natural, will not come to as , merely for the asking True prayer the is the whole strength of the whole - man going out after his naeeds, and e- the real secret of getting what you want in heaven, as on earth, lies in the fact that y giv e up your whle , heart to it- k.. C Tleyer. . , ,,y , . .. .' . " f ·t c "ot The Greatest Name The a a largest- s in the world natd iT TI of its contents WRIGLEY' In the saworld npa that urThal's whto ave aT e Flavor Lasthy SOLD FOR 10 YEAIRS D For MALARIA, CHILLS and FEVER Ala. a FI. GgmaG 1 StnouthI AU Tal. LESSON ENDED RIGHT THERE NOTHING NEW IN WARFARE I . . . . Third Answer to His Question Must Have Left School Superintendent Gasping for Breath. Superintendent of Schnols Shiels of .Los Angeles. while endeavoring to teach a cl:t,.s of hboy the c.m)Ipositio)r of sentencefl. said to the lll: "If I usk you 'What haIe I in my hand?' you mutst nolt answer 'chalk. hut e(.tlpo'e i complete sentence such as. 'You Ihav pie of chalk in your hand.' Now we will continue. "Wh~at have I o1n my feet?" "Boots." was the immediate answer. "Wrnc'rl. you haven't listeined to my dircetions." "Socks." ventured another heedle..ss one. "Wrong again : worse thiln ever." prcte"stedl Shiels in exasper;ticcn. "Well?" us another pupil raised his hand. "l'len"e. sir." then he pausewl. Per lmps he tholfught his answer mi;;htt seem funny, hut c·onvincel that it was rihht. he ga:s'pedl ioult recklessly. Safeguarding a Jewel. "('mubil y.v ou airrangLe to have the let ter q.,rrier nail ionly on'e a week at mily ahouse" kicl Mr. ('Crossits. "What's the idea';" inquirei the man at the' pot ctliee' window. "M3 wife.' afra:jl the nellw ('ak will think he's i cInIany cimlingi to dinner and leaY. hiefeire we can explain." Fitting. Ilix-"I heiar thcy're reflwtoring the 'ouintry cliu gr:ace." I ix-"With parquet. I stuplHlse."-Ciurt-lous Maga zinc. Dissatisfaction in the Quality or Price of Coffee is easily remedied by changing your table drink to THE ORIGINAL POSTUM CEREAL Boiled just like coffee-15 minutes after boiling begins-you are certain of uniform quality. The price doesn't fluctuate from one month to the nest. And besides there's only one grade-the best. You get it in every package. There's a greater reason however why you should dnk Postum-HEALTH. No upset to stomach, heart or nerves-the pen alty many pay for coffee drinking-follows the use of Postum. It's a rich, healthful invigorating drink, and " There's a Reason" Methods Employed During Great Con flict Merely Copies of Those in Use Long Ago. By the use of trenches in the great war the opposing forrces adopted means of offense andl defense that long antedate the invention of fire arms. The steel helmet reappeared after nmore than 2'-M years of disuse. and many a soldier owes his life to the fact that the curved surface of his heail-c'overing deflected a bullet. The trench periscope is an adaptation of a devi'e that was invented nearly three centuries ago. The barbed wire entanglement is.only another form of the ancient alatis. andl tile fact that it is now often painted green to make it le.ss easy to see is a link that joins it even more inttimately to its proto type. The pits with sharp spikes at the bottom and the valtrops---four pointed iron instruments that always stand with one point upward how ever they may fall--are survivals of medieval warfare. The catapult of the Romans that once threw stones recently cast explosilve grenades from trench to trench. The German flame projector goes hbck to the dlays when armiels dltuged eac'h other with burn imn oil and bhurning pitch. and the use of (wisonoulls gLlses was anticipated by the t'hine'e. whoi for centuries used "st inkpotts." Cinch. "liw can I he. sure that I am the oniy woman you1 ever loved?" "That'- e.ay. Until I met you I didn't know %\ hat love was."-Louisville ( ',tI rier-.|,)llrna I.