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6c a package before the war 5c a package during the war c a package NOW THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! IjwCutict aHeals u% S iin WHERE NO MOEY IS USED u_ People of Ascension Isind Would na Seem to Live in $Stl of ideal Communion . - ." ti The island of Ascennhfit, in the At- ul lantic. belonging "t Treat Bntaid.. d. Is of volcrric fortr.L':.n. eight miles de by six In sire. asn hIts a population w of about o0. It s uninhabited re until the confinement of Napoleon 1, at St. Helena. when It was occu'pled tr by a' small British force. It Is 280 p miles northwest of St. Helena. Vast n numbers of turtles Are found on Its shores, and It serves as a depot and c a watering place for ships. k Aarension is governed by a rcap tain appointed by the British ad-* , altalty. There is no private prop- t no use for money. The flocks and t herds are public property, and the b meat is issued as rations. So are d the vegetables grown on the farmns. b When an Island asberman makes a catch he britlgs It to the guardroom. where it is issued by the sergeant major. Practically the entire popu litloa are sailors, and they work at most of the common trades. The muleteer Is a jack tar; so la the gardener; so are the shepherds. the stockmen, the grooms. mtasons, car peaters and plumlwbers. .ven the Island trapper who gets rewards for the tails of rats is a saillor. The climate Is almost perfect, and anything can ib grown. "You say you are Islaoring for the uplift of society?" I "Yes." answered the socialist. "But what we have gotten so far Is an up setq. Liked Better Than Coffee U for its uniformly high grade • of flavor, its always steady and fair price, and its econ omy POSTUM CEREAL If you want a satisfying bev- j erage that will stop com- . plaints about "poor coffee" I or the "high price" of coffee, start using Postum and note reeilts. Us ualy a 15c and 25c Everyrwher at 'USE OF PENNANT ON WARSHIP "' Writer Traces its Origin to Days When Vessels Were Generally Commanded by Soldiers. A contributor to ('hlamtwrs' Journal is authority for the statemlellt that the It naval pennant. or pendant, came into I use long before the days of Admiral Blake, who comlanded the English i na'y In the war with the Dutch In the seventeenth century. we are told,. when C seamen were mere nobodies. At that n time there were no such things as reg- h ular men-of-war, and ordinary mer- a chant ships were hired or commnan- t1 s deered for use as fighting vessels t, a whenever the necessity arose. The g II requisitioned ships were commanded 1, D 'by military omicers gentlemen in ar- c d tuor, who transferred the single-trail 0 pennons borne on their lances to the r it mastheads of their ships. a In larger vessels or squadrons the t d commanders might be knights or F knights hanneret, who flew their swal lowtalled and square banners when - they risked themselves afloat. Going t to sea in those days was sotnething of t d an adventure, especially if a man fell l overboard in armor; hut these em 1e blems of comnlmand have been handed ' down to posterity in the commuoldrts' L broad pendants and the admirals' rec tangular flags of the present day. Those Naughty Men. Mr. Styles-Don't you believe wom en fib about their agesd? Mrs. Styles-I suppose they do, but s do to men. r- "You never heard a man say he was t twenty-eight when he was at least forty." "lPerhaps not, but when such n wan- I d an has said site was only twenty-eight. I've heard men say : 'O1, you don't I took that old!i "-Yonkers Statesmann. I he The world may love a lover, but It hates a quitter. ut p- Revenge is the doubtful pleasure of Ir weak and narrow mind. "L.NTIQUES"' FROM NEW YORK Exiamp'e cf How the Tourist is Vic tinircd When He Makes PLr chses in Foreign C.tees. S, ..n:Irý b o, 5r,,. ',o v :r:" a r.eal ,le t , ,f N .e w l , k \ " , : :. , 11 t to \ . ito ',.' .\:,r,; l:i" f.ll,, l.:,--,1lc," 1t 1 "-1 :a 1 ;I 1 n ,: :,:h l's ull . \,iv tl ." SU ( _.,1 t .. I I:I\\ iM it ' 7 w'0ll. \\h(i1 1 IIh \,\ n Y"'k n :l lik: 'd a:,.I ti ,t -i 11, Prot ;II. ,: ,,1 ; I, I hi. n s h ti h ": 1 `, 1 ." .hi, ; 1, ! : II : ; ` " t t 1 0 * I:~ t!l, ll " a ," 1 l,! 1111 iTh, ,:; f r IIh- .llr i ,.,l hIn 1 ti e, 1 ". 1" .i h IIr I . Ulllni !l I .b i n 1 """it Sint \ : I l - ,lll;ll ill " :11 s II I I: I ;111 11", 1 IIe \~;iI.:I,,1 5 tlhil'-' i I ;i o h;i,'k h i \\ ..i"t \1 \,1 ' ill, :,I ".. ill i-h ,u". 11 i ft:1 i'tl. 11 :1ii ll' .ih ' :1 ti i :if il* . .1 i t", h 11 , Ii 1"'1. In i h111,1 1. "! ii \\;, h,, 1 ;, t '.: , lil1- 11 l I_'1'1 . 1 1 ';, l, ' ",, h ht rr iln .I c: Ip , \ hii:ke ! 111 ii N Yel'k. : tid; Fo \ I' 11 'r I:11 ' ,,11 i '111 i"um. Ir 1)1( k tI i 1th , I uiiigit ':1! ll ., 11.0' .t i u- r " 1 I. h\i'.1 nI h.i, k f ir ,,u." N .: York1 i lir:t hl. u. ----- -c~ul I SHOWS SAGACITY OF THE RAT Method by Which Rodents Steal Eggs " Is Admirable in the Ingenu- r ity Displayed. get A . ':Lreflll stll Jilnt ofi the" rII. lnt s tribe writes: "No sijighe i poiitnt hetter illlustr:etr'e ti e ill ait'ltV of :11.i rat thu;ll the wiay inn which it eNts nt egg. It bit'ms thr\ ,ugh the shell lind hlisp off t siiltill frItIn teiii t ls n ltelltly 1 I a siclllr r-Il ilillns ii tl lllnt: cinuImt the en- In tire cilntenllls ~lthut splllilti a drop iain tlhen sits ulp aulnd licks itself cl.an h like a c.ut. lats will steal the ' rggS from nller i setting ife-t. Their nlthoid of hindliillg eggS Is iS also Ehlr aiteristih. .An egg is as large for a U rlit ts ai larrel is ifor a iman. and ulliclh more frEgile. Yet there is evIt Ien'e uf the (tet tlhalt the.y ls eggs diy along from one to another. although a not priltullly. as hus often bieu-n re portled, hy fring ln g nlines, like aI thucket brigltl.. Thle oiera:tion Is nl- ~U orally a diffiheult one to ,lhserve. ibut m tI applrently it taikes Iwo r:ats to eaIch til egg. One holds the egg in its Ipws, re I)asse it on to tile ,ther. andi then runs ahead to take it ,lce more in its at turn. The same device seemls to te et empl)loyetd to carry inII egg down- ' rtiati, the oie that his the egg potssing It to a c atnlinon stlianlladlg on the to Step Ielow." rinal t fgl mmt "Old King Cole." fr the The first reference to "Old KIing p hen ('ile." the."merry old stoll" of the ia- e that mnuts mI:rsery rhyle. was nll:ilde in a ti reg- htlk wrtten hy Dr. Wlliatl, King. 'ise ol Ier was born in Il36X. It i- priuillde that tnin- the song ws- composed in the ecvel a'eln teenth century, although ctnlc investi The guors think it much older. Halliwell aled identitles the merry mtinarch wiith ar- Cole or Coel. a semti-nmythicle king of tliIl Britain who it supposed to have the rigned in thehe ird century. The Scots al~so have an "Old King Coul." sal t the to lhave lived in the tifth century. t a or Freetman and other historians say a wiil- King Cole ruled Britain in the sixth -hen tentury. There are man.y who asse-rt tlog that the reference to the pip. Inplicates a of that Old King Cole Ivetd .t a pertitI tell after Raleigh had Introduced tobacco em- Into Europe. ihnt this eswils not neces ded sarily follow. an a piw muight mean a reg- musical instrument. Silly idea Rebuked. Tile late ('ciunt li I.les,,e-,ii tlever oir- seewme teo Iose sight of thie edlhlma tiohen of his cohildlren. even In the ,lbut sllest detail. oine i,,rneing at hreakfast a setnulitful Iresdtin tea `trai cup was hroken. Iest "Ah!" crlied the e(,ntlltess. "ii disas telr: Two more ol that set will now wean- he hroken. It always hippllens so." t ight. "Are yoU so superstitions," asked 1f don't the c.uttlt. "as really th tliieve that t tnan. two more will be hliroke-nt?" eu "I know it." i but it "The let us get it off our minl.t." Andl takinl two o t the cu'llp hy the I hanlle hie dnsllhel thletn togither. t re of The angir and dllisy o the cousnt ess prov-dl ceiiclulsively that she had I Snot s;ciorlslly hlite-ed thle superstltion. It Illso hlised any helhl the ablsurd idea 1 `m:iy ha:le h:dBl on tile minds of the chihelen. Slaves in Abyssinia. The inhtbitants oft the CGemlra e(ouentry iAyssini ar e pagnwans. They ,appar to helieve ir n a divinitt y inhaheit- t illg the sky--not to lIe hlentified with the Wbh of the (;alia--and also in secondary genii dwelling on the earth. h ivary is npot oltici;lly reieegnizedl. blt it exSlt-s in tac'. though , ith i\t nll ule , .i S teni1atlen In fortll. TIhe s.lave is not ftr·ee tI, chllnglE his iaslllr-r li- is piut ilt challlt if sullspced of an intention of escajinlg; ll in heent-ll if lie does niot wierk ir marceh at the will of his iiaster., alnd hie receliv.es no |pay. tin tlthe otlher hinlll. If he c-'n Ih- "lreae-nt 3 'Ii" he ca:llnot he opellly sold. and rllusl Iiw i s'i;n::ht- d i el t,:lre ("sulhjef't") int inrit:i ("lavRe"). Even thlese dif fer-rnces dciislallla-r ih distant prov incmes like t;enmiru. andl in timnes of dis order. Those who will noit submIlt live a fUsititlvi-s in the folre-ts. * How Long? Itpc.irter--And In IIiat state were U you Iwr:. !Professor I Peholf? S l'rofessor (larnt-t..)-Uenlss my recollec-tion fails me. young man--In the sta;lte of ignc.rarlce. I Re-prter (scrllhhling)-Ah. yes to be sIre-andl how long have you lived there. pntfesior?--Ontuarlo Post. SIt Happens Sometimes. "My husband said he'd be home by alne o'clock." "Foold you, eht" io icu lturl F GI "Frr a s aN Stren Spui ofit SUCCESS IN GROWING DATES Process of Ripening Fruit and Method It be of Rocting Offshoots Makes , Culture Possible. t * P r , i , a r e , , b y t h , I '1 ::1 , ,1 . t tt e -* It P ipr- t - Ir.rit of Agri( tilurre t ý\ le;iT"e c ,%\ in. in Harts ot the ('site \l , .\ St~llt*' nl\ iVI~ !(illi.i · iii ( iof llllie-r. "i:i ll lsn ies, a li retillt t o tirk l con tii'itel Ib) h ilt " (M ited ltate, delt art rI sil of lgrich lture to lot rcom' e l ll ll st. rl'l" that fir ,ears have tnll) iln the ur \\I,: rf iheirr u1;r.,'alc l t ll , lllltIrir. T kwo fatin lli: ,ate grni\\ iig dipuibtful-the diot- er til-ilty .X lrieli..d iti rileiing the per truily, all fliillre if 1niiv attelipts to Iri1 root offhliaot. of .lesir:able varieties. F iior the study pi St le ii iture-l rie- I. t i rropgi l ti, ipall lit rling-- Toir ex Iwritentil date i ort. iiard v're estiili lished i in l'liforii lhere a hiarge nuri - ir at the ,est dI:ilt- variltie¶s of the old wrhl hlavoe leell tested iI 11111 a i slw-maturii tion prosi .f ripeaning the fruit of tilhe Ie. glet Nlour variety was Sliscvered. whiih gave lisullrlince of surllcssl.full prldliahltiol in ireas of high temltperl Ilre adaptited lto the culture of vdatues of goodl qualilty. Thie iprobtlemll of roitillng ilTollaiats has niow heein wourked I iout linll and no longer offers unilt'lusil dlfi cultichs. f Date pillims are propaigated either by seedl or liby ofl-shiaits, aindl no other nlimethod is knoiniil. Setedl lli.V he plant edl fral.i the liest valrieties, but there Is nio assulranlce to lthe graer that he will get a large percentage of commercial t duates. The offshoot of the date palm , is llud at the ixlil of the leaf; hence it is a llirect product of the growing st seml and In variety the samnie as the pif irent plant. The only thoiroughly satisfactory method yet devised for rotling young date offshoots consists In the use of a heavily mnnured nursery bed with a dii Scloth-covered frame or shed so con- afl ir structed as to give maximum heat and L3 r- humidity. Water must Ie aupplied in P a umple and regular quantities. St id Frequent irrlgation and the mainte in unce of a high degree of soil fertility tit X lby the use of manure. mulches and ao cover crops are essential to healthy so growth and to the production of fruit fa in paying quantitles. First-class dates . suitable for market can be produced ut only on soilis in a high onmlition of fer i-h tility and tilth. This condition is most t l readily maintained on a well-drained tr en sandy loam. Heavy soils need special I attention to insure the proper penetra- E to tion of the roots and distribution of Swater. S The pruning of hbiearing plalms should he colsist merely in the removal of old leaves, up to the fruit stent of the former crop. Young palms slhould not be allowed to prioduce heavy crops of fruit, as this would be done at the ex g Ie'nse of olffshoott growth. At the pres f ,a ent stage of the industry the produc a tion of offshoots of proved varietles is to of parallolit illiportance. "- LADDER USEFUL IN ORCHARD i. ait - - - - sl ell One Shown in Illustration is Particu- ci t larly Adapted for Use Between ir of Top Branches. a its The orchard ladder Illustrated has si Ild the upper Iortion uiarrowed to lermit p ry of its insertion between lirunchtles, and a a with the base of the ladder brodenilhted $ cth 11 ert. . I u res- - - ater on -ii hill where it would dthe ful or no le to use te ord nry anaydder. TUrcnro ladder s.ands de pedenltly, despite tiny Inclitne of the the grotunt. li third leg or pIrop niembler also Ieting cxt.nsibhle. ad BEST PREPARATION OF SOIL dea Thorough Work in Orchard Will Prove the as Profitable as in Garden With Vegetables. (Prepared by the United States Depart. ment of Agriculture.) nIra If the proslpective home orchardist 'hey prepares tlh soil where his frullits are it- to stand as thoroughly as he does his ith gardenl lefore piintiig vegetable in seeds. thie sulisequent nrapid growth of rth. his fruit trees will amlply repay hhn. ex GOOD TREES FOR HOME YARD Dot p Dwarf Apple and Pear Particularly o Good Where Space is Too s Small for Standard. (iPrepired hby the United Slates Depart. 'nt- rient of Agrliutllture.) and iIlf llIle tnd lIear trees have ct") their ilhce iii tlhe Ilonte gardeti or dif- yardl, tsll..ially aunder intensive nmeth roy- odsc of culiturl'e, lilhre tlhe space is too dis- smntll to intllt reandily of tile develop live meit of stltiilnarl trees. Not Fit for Seed. P'each pits. plumn stones, etc., are ere not tit for sertl If allowedl to dry out. l'Pack themn in bloxes of niilist sMil until my phplattinr titlme ill October. Cultivation is Needed. o be All strnwherries, r-.tspherries. grafts ived and plants need the cultlvation all through the dry weather and after every heavy ra:tn storm. e by Spray to Prevent Rot. Spray your grapes with Dorimeuxa to prevent rot. FRECKLESI New Is the Ti.. to Get Rid of The Ugly Spos ,.,.,. The~r' a o luagr lh." tLblt 0..,., ,' f.~ llnT Illtl' aamramad of your frt k. L.. as " " -t-d,.:* I i reCgth -ib guaraII ted to remoe thit. ho.CelyI I Si p.' -t tI t o an.a l". o lf tar -" iat 'ngTrj fr.a.,' la.r a .. - r , .1 , . a ,t e i a1 of It light al tl I in' l . , ,. l a,. ! ý;I ,. .. e P t,. I thar .vn tha w. , at r r a.- .I IIr . aIt " Ii' "1-0 si""'.I w iht d t L a'Klter . o' hati s, sh.n'tlst .a Itre,y It i t tsr! I t l a!at mar a thiaI .n , .aa"' ia need."' a i pi..-tit' :.".ta aIl ..ta anm1 Kals S eai'lfua r!*ar a.' a'. O a I Be our- to -Ia k far lh-. a I ' tl r.nl'th OrbSIe. +I thll t Is , 1 una!er gular n:e of, mosey eback SfaIt flls to r.utla . fret..L . - Ad. Th, tl,\ i - I ' . in .\ 1 t'' :I ':1 11 li st ":l l a'11|i I' ' l "I t: II t1 "'w Yor n . it, ',:!i."," .ml i :1 I'lll) -la, t'.laii :, 1 o''l, .' Freshen a Heavy Skin re With the antiselptia', f:aslitinairg Cutl- 01 :ura Talcum l'oalder. an exqlluiitely o ,canted convl'n i,'n . t ',llaalliil': I 1taICe. d. -kin. haly anid al i~at I ,t jaa h ,lr and n :,erfunie. Retldhr. othlli.r Il'rflullll's Su- di pertltiualu . n lilt' a u l'tll 'ti ':l T tile't Trio (Soa:p. ( intotla. 'lTatlalu).-AIAdv. "l'irtl;r i-h airtal't- j ni.hl Itht'ir aauIn lahtl t'hilalt''i t' hulilai la t a !1: nl thI a'I h: ., 'f iIt f-et. HOW MRS.,BOYD AVOIDED AN c r OPERATION Canton, Ohio.--"I suffered from a Pr female trouble which caused me much suffering, sad two doctors decided that I would have to go through an operation before I could get welL "Mymother, who gli had been helped b_ wi LydiaE.Pinkhm' s ern Vegetable Com- ex, e pound, advised me to tr}itbefore sub mittingtoanopera- I l , tion. Itrelievedme an o from my troubles pa SI can do my horuse work without any of a difficulty. I advise any woman who s r,,, - afflicted with female troubles to ve ch It Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com n pound a trial and it will do u much for" them."--Mrs. MAma BOYD, 1421 6th " St. N. E., Canton, Ohio. of `1ometimes there are serious condi- ph Stions where a bospital operation is the tni d only alternative, but on the other hand h: y so many women have been cured by this hi it famous rootsad berbremedy, Lydia E. SPinkham's Vegetable Com after IV" d doctors bhave said that an operation was in necessary-every woman who wants Ia . r- to avoid an operation should give it a In 't fair trial before submitting to such a ar d trying ordeal t Ir compications exIst, write to Lydia .- EPinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., a h ,i for advice. The result of many years ior experience is at your service. 'vi Id -- - i Id NEW SOUTH WALES lR r INFOIMATION BUREAU SSiNser ainas. 10 Rresdwa. New Ve5a Gar11 Will be pIleod to send Goverment BallettIIa o a. or ameetr an fhms r.s resardims oappiaft sll for far mamig. stoa m rjl·L, fait td ill - AUSTRALIA minima cad fm. ti. 5-a --- Wae Fortunes for Fishermen. The newts that a Fl'.etvtil (Eng D land) fisher lad has drawn $155 as his share of the value of a fortnight's u- catch need occn.tion no surprise. Ow s Ing to the war. the North sea has h.td a rest which nothing else could have given It. and it now swarmls with as splendid tish. The result is seen in alt phenomenal catches. A few weeks ago ad an Aberdeen trawler's cargo sold for ed $13,3111. and there were scores of in stances where over $5,000 was realized under sinallur cileumstances. Such catches tmean that each member of the crew receives $2L) to $500. In addl tion to what they make by the sale of the livers and roes from the gtated fi-h. S Turning Oils Into Fats. A very Interestlng metheoi of ian vertling liquid oils into solid fats which has recently conme into rather general use is known as hydrogenation. In .i this hardening process .'educed nickel II is employed to effect the comblnation I of hydrogen gas and the liquid f/ glycerldhn P Bitter or Better Baking A letter makes a great difference in a word. Aword makes a great difference in baking powders. If the little word "alum" appears on the label it may mean bilter baking. If the words "Dr. Price's" stand out bold and strong, they surely mean BETTER baking. This is only one reason why it pays to use DR. PRICE'S BAKING POWDER Made from Cream of Tartar derived from grapes Contains No Alum--Leaves No Bitter Tast i Three Out, A!I Out. ! : _ f I,:,r ,r "rN*l :l t I .+ _ 'i ' . I Il t I .. `. , i ;, " o.' i'I. .' Slllllll , I t ,, It.', .. " f*,' :e I' I I I(' I .;. t " ' -I I T . . 'l" .--:l i The Effects of Opiates. IIAT INT4'ýNTS aro l,,'uliar'.y tito ,tttn h,,,t t .:,",1n and i'n 1 ,-" pro.parat.l'!., all of 1.1uh are tvrlot ,. ; ;. a ; . n t1 61u i1't nt :"., if Contvt eid, ttr'.e ta t t'.te 1't , - 1 th [ ci - in tiuoni arnd growth t.f the celis whLich ar' li,..v t") I t., C l im ' ihtly. il ntal perversion. a cravin: f 1r . i, '1i ', , lter lit. ?Iervous distases. such as ilutractablo nervo lu t d-p. , .IL, of staying prowta are a result ue d.wrn with uplate. or .I .. . . i I.lIren Jart in their infancy. Thet rule arn.ing pvsic.:~.i 1+ t.ti . t h,,ld nev r receive Oplates in the sruaiiest tcd'o a fr ul m;'r th . a tu te, qd tU- only then if unavoidable. Tue administr-tion of Anodynes. DropeA ('-rldt., hi SMrur and other narectics to, chihlren by any turt .; pl:,, :, t It t . stronziy 1' decried, and the druggist sh,'uld net b.* a prl ty t,, i:. II Itr "n who aruel nil eed the attention of a phvsiciin, and it ti ht.l.:l,! -. t Latn 1, critu to au- dose them willfull with narcotics. let Ca.toria contains no narcotics if ", bears tL, - v. sinature of ('has. 1.. Fletclher. - Genuine Castoria always bears the siguature of . ' , ~ - ,p+ , -. I~ I.: . . i I* r Ii . ' I I I I tIlli llt - I1 I' l r II l. \ , COCA-COLA WILL BE USED TO CHRISTEN ENGINE Program Will Feature Exercises at Fire Hall on Wed nesday. IFri'r Nil S li\vllse Terin.-*.I"ni I A n ti nitiui . avil " tlhi " lwit'\\ lr. rn - 0 i lt. lit thiili. I\ er*li.inI. tii. w hi.' ll. will ie !hri istned o 'n e'wli.wsltl it I eruocu at ' te.lick with i lillr."ijrltatle exereli-e. .us. ;Mr lilforfl rdllsutly. for Wihslll tilhe 'tll. get l its ituiiie, i. oifl of the stilte's pineelssr stlffrnge wurkers . anid it Is flue to Ih r inliirti lii.g work iit ls Spiirt iil nififr'ge was giventi lil wlilien i1 I of Tennessee.- %i.. Mile.s Williini, a ai ~ resailetnt ofi the i wenty-fir-t ward is d Schairmallnll .if lArr:llun eliint'li. 11111 uls i a pilo .r i s itTffrtl I.' and little .lilditi'h VWinsto I olk., the -'yetir-olld daughter I of Mr. and Mr-s. Iteau Folk". ilso n l pioneer sullffragist anlld the yon'lll t i t Snlelillier of the Nashville olrglniinlalitn. tias hbeen cihoslen .lspnsor. Mik' F, lk hles selecteld as her ilialilds the followinl I ig yo'ung girls, dlaughters of llrlmninents ' i sufrage leader.: Travaria -i lluiley. 1i ' Ienore Kenlny. Kate Blrksdnle. IlIrriet Ingrainm. lMary Stue la'ntrell..lane Ialvis and Elizabeth Smnith. At the elhristennllr not ehallalrltpi:ne but a bottle of s-iien-clllia will lie liroiken Sind the ilustd" will shower the etngitne with yellow flowers. Speeches will be - madeI by Miayor Willilum tIluption. Clim mlssloner Tompkinhs iand Chief A. A. Rlosetta. .Mr. I)Dlhey. nI member of the ntlilontnl lsuffrage organization. and IMrs. Resu Folk. chairman of the elty I organization, will be honor guests of the occtsion.-Alv,. 1 Many i friend In need ls alluoIIed to - remain in that position. IT'S NOT YOUR HEART; IT'S YOUR KIDNE1 Kidney disease is so respecter of per- si. 0ons. A majorityof the ills afflicting Y people today can be traced back to the lei kidney trouble. o The kidneys are the most important kiu organs of the body. The are the l- t terers of your blood. If the poisons i which are swept zrom the tissues by the bo blood are not eliminated through the Ci kidneys, disease of one form or another sh will clalm ou as a victim. Kidney disease is usually indicated by Ie weariness, sleeplessness, nervousness, •e despondency, backache, stomach trou- cc ble. pain in loins and lower abdomen. ot pgall stones, gravel rheumatism, sciatica and lumbago. All these derangements are nature's fu County Game Preserves. The l'ennsylvania game commls slon wants to create a game preserve I In every county. At the present time w preserves are established only on state forest lands-and then only with the tl npernsmisln of the bureau of forestry. - S . , ' ' ' , 1 i I I. I " I" ; .\h.'a ht 1 HAIR BALMi.I H, t. in rrSd4lc· dhanit.t For Retaria Celera d N+". aLi Si N '4 liegS.Jt HEARTBURN Caused by Acid-Stomach That bliter hre tburn, belchienr. food. rp ..tan ,- ItK, t,, I,tioat afor eattag- all are mauT by a'' l-t .mach. flst they iar "rly finrt ) rnpltnom - !anger elatae i ,arn y ou . f t.wIfIl ir,'uhle ni t stoppot Sad"c.h,. ii;,,.usc * ,'aumnatlamn, .'at th:t turd. Iotls.-. f..ting, lak Ii u eoere y, dizzin-ln~. mn-inifa. .ein cance-r ean-i tce of the intý,inm. 'ni n'i ,ny othr allnual are traceathl, to A"'il t-sT)MA('I ThIour;.an1. t., ndl!tInn-of p *ple who ,ught t. I - t ,.,I Ian , r ,trng are n..r rw-al. tIne bI c:au" of a, idito ,n,.ia. Th'y meal .starve in the I'l'it *If Ip illy htrrsu'e th e do not cKt *n ,,uch etrengbh and f.tality ftIrs the food th*y c.at. Take E.AT\'i( NI and give your atnlmehd chance to do iti work rilht. M~ake It elmo mati. awnet ant io)'.f.,rtanb>. EATONIg birln s quick rel t for h,:tettburn. belia, Inllge.tion and other ato.acth uateres, li. proves diget ion--h. II. y.-u get full stralgl from your food. Thm 'ian ln say iRA'1O Is the Imo.ut wod t rlutil ,ti.' nah rermedy the world. lrouhtt Ih. in ri tet whea eemy. thing elat ftlled. hI ur beat t,tim.,nlal In what tATOII8 will do for you. P.i grt a bigtl e hols i EAT(tNIC today from your drulggist, tll lel days--If iou'rc o'mt pleased, retla I and get your money bask. ATONIC Kill All FliesY " kill 64 7 Nes. clea ornerwt. aeg. clime of z al~ilADl r FLT I[ ILI r- signals that the bkineys sed qI You should use GOLD MEDAL e tlem Oil Capesules .mmedais -. ooothing, healing onil stela1 _s at kidneys, relieves lnlamnmtiono a ad 4- stroys the germs which have eaudi s .1to tjour druggist todhyl and --i i box of GOLD MEDAL Ha Se Capsules. In twenty-four hean er should feel health and vigor After you feel somewal by continue to take one or two ia, each day, so as te keep the - n- condition and ward of the ale n, other attacks. on sk for the oriinal imped MEDAL brand. Three siaes. Mue e's funded it they do not help a Why He Chose Her. s- "Maiy I have just one mor0t re "Well. this inus't Ie the Il.s Se will thtink you're. Inl love with aUs' to "()h. nothing of the rort-i-t' he that you're the onlo girl here I V. -Ionsdon On'-nt1n.