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THE CELINA DEMOCRAT, CELINA, OHIO
ADVANCEMENT III liTGTCDU PHt LU I LI 111 Uttli t FARM LAND PRICES Stories of phenomenal ndvanceroent - nnd prosperity In Western Canada hove been told the reading public for Home years past. The stories were told when there wore hundreds of thou sands of acres of splendid hind adja cent to railways and projected lines, which could be had on the payment of a more $10 entry fee, and under culti vation and living conditions. As was prophesied then, tho day has come when these are few. There are still available thousands of these; they are koiiio distance now from tho railways. The land Is as good as ever, but pio neering conditions will have changed. A great many are still taking advan tage of this free offer from the govern ment, The story was told when good lands near lines of railway could be bought for from $j to $10 per acre and the prophecy made that these prices would double In a few years, for the Intrinsic value was far more than that. That day has come more quickly than expected. The Immense crops of grain that could be raised has brought about the change, and the demand for low priced lands with maximum re turns has prompted the keen pur chaser as well as the owner of higher priced land from which no greater re turn could be looked for. I'rlces of land In Western Canada are still ad vancing, and will continue to advance until, of course, the limit Is reached when returns will warrant no further increase. 'That day Is not far distant. But, In the meantime, there are large tracts of land owned by land compa nies and private Individuals that have not felt the advance that has been shown In other districts, The oppor tunity to purchase these should not be lost sight of, nnd If there are those amongst the readers of this article, which Is authorized by the Canadian government,, who wish chea-i land, such lands as produce from . to -40 bushels per acre, and will pay for themselves out of one year's crop, ad vantage should be taken of the present opportunity. Coming to Alberta with his family thirteen years ago, his assets consist ing of a small outfit and $-0 in cash, Mr. O. F. llalmberg has accumulated by funning and live stock raising as sets to the value of more than $300,- Save the Babies INFANT MORTALITY is something frightful. We can hardly realize that of all the children born in civilized countries, twenty-two per cent, or nearly one-quarter, die before they reach one year; thirty-seven per cent, or more than one-third, before they are five, and one-ball before they are fifteen 1 We do not hesitate to say that a timely use of Castoria would save many of these precious lives. Neither do we hesitate to say that many of these infantile deaths are occasioned by the use of narcotic preparations. Drops, tinctures and soothing syrups sold for children's complaints contain more or less opium or morphine. They are. in considerable Quantities. deadly poisons. In any quantity, they to congestions, sickness, death. There toria if it bears the signature or Unas. as it contains no opiates or narcotics of any kind. Genuine Castoria always bears the signature of ' He Got What Was Needed. Church You know Flatbush? Ciotbam Oh, very well. "He's a generous soul, don't you hink?" "How so?" "Why, I met him downtown today when it wus mining, and he had an umbrella and I had none." "And he took you In tow?" "That's It. And he said we needed the rain badly." "He said that, did he??" "Yes; and he carried the umbrella so I got most of the rain." Restful. "Sapleigh Is always thinking of him self." "Yes; in that way' he avoids having much on his mind." A Refreshing Change THE tenderness of the meat, the delicacy of the seasoning are noticeable the mo ment you taste Libby's Vienna Sausage. For it is made from morsels of choice meats, seasoned with the greatest care to bring out all the rich, savory flavor. Serve Libby's Vienna Sausage today. Not only is it a refreshing change, but a hearty and inexpensive meat. Libby, M?NeiIl Libby, Chicago Two Recipes. Anne Hodges, age seven, offered her mother, Mrs. Fletcher Hodges, 3221 North Pennsylvania street two war time recipes the other day. One was for oatmeal cookies nnd the other orange peel cake. The first formula m included : One cupful oatmeal, one cupful baking powder, one cupful o' dough. The second formula included: One half cupful orange peel chopped In a meat chopper, one cupful yolks of eggs, half cupful o' dough. "Heat both to a 'suds,' and eat cold," wrote the juvenile culinary ad viser. Indianapolis News. Act well for the moment and yon have dono well for all time. 000, nnd has a personal credit, worth on demand, $100,000. He has not specu lated In land, but bought only to farm. Near Itlacklc, Alberta, he operates 3, 100 acres of wheat land. lie has Just purchased an additional 11,500 acres near Cardston, In Southern Alberta, Ills personal credit enabled hlrn to iluance this deal In Calgary In a little over three hours. The ranch Just pur chased Is a fully equipped stock and grain ranch. At the present time It carries a thousand head ofVattle and several hundred horses, and Is fully equipped with buildings, machinery corrals, sheep sheds, (lipping vats, etc. That Is a story from one district. Let us select one from a district some bun dred or more miles from that. "I'eter A. Klassen, who reeentl moved to Herbert, Sask., from Kansas, has purchased a section of prairie land in the lllllshoro district, about 24 miles northwest of Herbert, for which be paid $12,000 cash. He Is erecting tem porary buildings to live In while put ting the place In cultivation, and this summer plans to erect good buildings on the farm and equip it for n home. Mr. Klasseu recently sold his 80-acre farm in Kansas for $15,000 and is In vesting the proceeds In Canada." With the proceeds of the sale of his land In Kansas, this farmer purchused In Saskatchewan a piece eight times as Inrgo as he had previously been farm- Ing, and had a balance with which to purchase equipment, stock, etc., of $,', 000. Moreover as land In Saskatche wan may be expected to yield twice as much grain per acre, he will be able to produce sixteen times as much as formerly. The nverago vnlue of farm land for the whole of Canada, Including land Improved and unimproved, together with dwelling houses, barns, stubles and other farm buildings, is approxi mately Sf44 per acre as compared with $41 in 1010, according to the latest re port of the Census and , Statistics branch at Ottawa. The average value of laud in the l'rairle Provinces Is as follows : Manitoba $31.00 Saskatchewan 2G.00 Albertu 26.70 It is the low prices at which land can be obtained in Western Canada which is rendering this country such an Important factor In the production of foodstuffs nt the present time. It Is enabling men who have been farm ing small areas in older districts to take up ami farm with the same capi tal areas not only mnny times as great, but which are also capable of produc ing considerably larger crops to tho acre. Advertisement. stupefy, retard circulation and lead can be no danger in the use of Cas ti. Fletcher 3EB Spurred to Activity. "You say you owe your success In life to the man you Just snubbed?" "Yes," replied the eminent capital ist, "to a large extent." "Isn't It er rather ungrateful to treat him like that, considering what he did lor you?" "'Not at all. Some years ago, In re fusing to let me marry his daughter, lie said I was an Idle loafer, with the brains of n tadpole, and never would amount to a hill of beans. Right then and there I swore to prove him a liar." Birmingham Age-Herald. In Compliment Jack I'd like to have a street named for me. Stella You have you are Easy. Vienna Sausage Journalistic Amenities. "Our wart of a contemporary," says tne Tazville Gazette, "claims as far as the war Is concerned to have the earliest Intelligence. That is the kind of intelligence they always have at that office. It Is more than early; it Is primitive.'' Boston Transcript. The Busy Moments. "Bliggins complains that he is over worked." "Yes. But he never seems as busy as when he is ranking Just that com plaint." When Your Eyes Need Care Try Marine Eye Remedy K Saitrtlnc Jntl ttjm Comfort. (0 MRU M IrniMiM or tntlL Writ for rm Mr Hook. UVJUMB DUUtUI CO., GU10AUU A Study in Monogamy By JANE OSBORNE (Copyright, 1918. by the McClt re Newspa per eynaicais.j Jt was Just before Philip Lewis' last college vacation that his celebrated old uncle, James Iievrldge, told him In his blunt, ouulnt way that he was Strongly of the opinion that he Philip was a lazy, loaltng, worthless speci men of Tiumanity, and utterly un worthy of being James Iievridge's sole heir, as had been thut distinguished man's original intentions. On the charge of never having done anything In life that he had not been made to do, Philip mentioned the fact, not at all boastfully but only in self- defense, that he had brought down various prizes for his amateur pho tography. "Yes, but what value has it been pictures of pretty girls and horses or something of that sort," muttered the old scientist. "If you could get photo graphs of birds that would do t illus trate this book I've been working over, they might count for something." "Give me n chance," challenged the nephew. "What sort of pictures do you want?" "Read the manuscript and find out" was the uncle's answer. "The book Is a study of monogamous habits among the birds of eastern North America. It Is not a popular work at all. I doubt If you can make head or tall of It. It requires a scientific point of view, and that you don't possess." "Ill try it," said the nephew, nnd the day after work at college wus over he started oft to a little cabin In the northern mountain country of New England, where his uncle had in years past done considerable observation of bird life, there to get the photographs the uncle had assured him he couldn't get Philip was perfectly confident of his lenses and his cameras and his photography. The thing that troubled hira was knowing what sort of pic tures to take. For the first three days of his stay In the woods country he read the duplicate manuscript his uncle had given him. Frankly he was not very much encouraged. Then he yearned for n letup of his solitude, and with characteristic blunt ness asked the old countryman who drove the stage that passed his door twice a day whether there were any nice girls In the neighborhood. "There is only one good-looker," said the old man, who seemed to have made care- ul observations, "and she's queer. You wouldn't like her and she wouldn't have anything to do with you, neither. She lives alone in the summer in a shack in the woods next to yours. She's awful queer. But she do be good looking." "How's she queer?" queried Philip. "Powerful queer that's how queer. She sometimes sets a whole day at a time under a bush In the gully, and one day I seen her setting way up In the tip-top of a tree. Well, she was there when I went down In the morning and still there when I come home in the afternoon. Don't know how she got there, bnt there she was. And she goes around with opera glasses. Just as If she thought there was a show going on, and she whistles and chirrups to herself, and well, there's no doubt but she's queer," concluded the old man with a significant tapping of the side of his own head, as if to indicate where the weakness lay. Philip needed no further proof, ne believed the old man had exaggerated the matter, but he had no doubt of the young woman's dementia. One day while still reading his uncle's manu script, hoping to find a clue as to what his photographs should be he saw the strange young lady, sitting not in the top of one of her own trees, but In the top of one of the trees very near to his own shack. He looked nt her from the safety of his shack and then assuming a perfectly confident air and a cheerful whistle, ventured out nnd began to wnlk noisily about the tree. "Oh, please tread softly," said the stranup voung ladv. "I think they are Bertilng here in tm tree. If you dis turb them they may go off again. Please go away, won't you?" Philip withdrew and did not return till later in the day, when the young lady de scended very quietly. "I think they are located," she told him. "They are In the next tree two thrushes. I watched them in my own trees and then they came over here. I can watch them beautifully from this other tree that I was sitting In. I hope you don't mind." "Why, please, were you watching Just those thrushes?" he asked her, and she told him that If he would let her stay and eat lunch with him in his shack instend of having to tramp back the half mile to her own, she would take time to tell him. It was In his little cabin dining room over a rustic sort of luncheon that Philip prepared for them coffee, smoky of aroma, but delicious to the appetite, sharpened by Fighting Doors. All the doors should swing high enough from the floor to clear any rugs placed near them. And they should be placed so that they will not jam against one another. I know of two doors in a house that persist In locking knobs just ns two angry bulls lock horns In mortal combat or Is it deer that do this? And when these doors are in that position, you can't get out, but have to back out, go around another way and separate them. We don't intend having any doors like that in this house. Harry L Shumway, in House Beautiful. Elephant Most Useful. Parrots are playful, but eaglets are not, and no one has ever been able successfully to tame an eagle. Among sea mammals, seals are very playful, sea lions are not, and trained seals are among the cleverest performers of the vaudeville stage. Of the larger animals, the elephant alone possesses playful character In youth, and thus, while the rhinoceros and hippopota mus can only be seen from the safe tide of strong barred cages, the ele- I woods air. sliced hum, dry biscuits and jthcese ihat the girl explained. "Well, you see, I am milking a study of monogamy among birds that la, 1 went to get a little data that will lx' of siiriie value In establishing the fact that thrushes either are or an' not niiiuogniiiiMis Ihat Is, that they do or don't mate for life. Last year I worked hard all summer. I studied the birds from the tree tops and from under the hedges. No one know how long I sat silently so as not to disturb them, and I trapped some of them long enough to fasten little brucelets ou their ankles. I knew that If the same birds came back to these trees this year and mated with the same mates, then I would have some small fact to contribute to this great study. And now two of the birds with my brace lets have oiiH' back and I think they are the mates of last year. Once they get settled for nesting I can get closer to them and find out You know, James Devrldge, the greatest of all bird students and one of tho greatest scientists of the day, has made a spe cial study of this. I read everything he writes, and I heard him lecture once. He said that he didn't have anywhere near enough data on the subject of monognmy anil thnt anyone who would seriously go about it to collect It might feel that she was male Ing a real contribution to science. So I mnde up my mind to do It. That Is much better than frittering one's time away dancing or loafing at a summer resort. I've got quite a lot of data, and some day I'm going to take It to Mr. reyrldgo and tell him It is my contribution to science." "Then you understand what the old fellow Is getting at In those books of his?" "Oh, yes. Indeed. He's Just finished n new book on bird monogamy. I fitn so Impatient to rend It It roust be wonderful." "Here is n bargain," said Philip, draining the coffee pot for n last cup of coffee to offer to his companion "I'll let you rend that wonderful book if you'll tell me what It is about." And that led very easily to telling the girl the predicament he was In. It was In mid-summer that James rever,ldge came up to the mountain camp to visit his nephew. "At least you have stayed here," he said. "I don't know what you have been doing, but I thought yon would have given up long before this." Philip lost no time In showing his uncle what he had been doing. There were hun dreds of photographs that no eyes save those of Philip nnd Alice Oerry had ever fallen upon before. The nega tives bad been developed nnd the pic tures had been printed In the shack. Of this detail of the process Philip was a past master. What amazed the uncle was that the pictures were so entirely what he wanted. They are the most wonderful pic tures I have ever seen." said the old man, tears coming Into his usually hard old eyes. "It Is as If I had sud denly found you. my nephew. It. has always been my grief that no one f my own has been interested In the work I do. But you must be Interest ed or you could not have done these pictures. They are as good In thei way as anything I ever did." A little later Alice Gerry, dressed I her usual tree-climbing attire, slipped into the shack nnd came straight ovt to the old man's side. 1 ve always longeil to meet you. she said with a timidity that Indicated her admiration better than any elab orate compliments she might have ex pressed would have done, "I've been getting together a few notes to give you on my own observations. I have always wondered if you would accept them." There was Just a little disappoint ment in the old man's face as he took the girl's hands Into his. "Then the pictures were not my nephew's work nnd you, like the others who under stand my work, will go away from me and leave sic alone. I had hoped soy nephew took the pictures." "He did take them," the girl assured him. "He took every one and took most of them alone. I just showed him at first and then he became as en thuslasttc as I " "And, anyway," Interrupted the nephew, who perhaps had never ap preciated his eccentric old uncle as much before ns he should have, "Alice Is going to be your niece. We were Just waiting to ask your blessing." And in truly patriarchal fashion the white-haired old man stood and raised his hands in benediction. Only One Aviator Ha Reached Forty. All this amazing science of war fly ing is In the hands of boys and youths. Barely do we find a successful air man 40 years old. Lieutenant Colonel Plcclo of Italy, with n score of sev enteen airplanes brought down to date, Is the only ace In the vorld who has reached this age. On the other hand, fully a score of celebrated fighting aces are under the age of 20. It Is a young man's game, nnd solely by the experience and inventions of these young men will this Important arm of warfare evolve and become perfected. Lawrence La Tourette Drlggs in the Century Magazine. phant can be utilized for a thousand purposes, from that of a derrick to a nursemaid. Tortilla Legends. A current belief In Mexico was that if persons ate green corr at night they would suffer from toothache. In order to prevent this evil It was customary to warm the ears of corn before ent lng them after dark. If a corn cake or tortilla doubled over when thrown upon the comal or clay pan to bake, it was considered a sure sign that someone was coming towards the house. If her husband happened to be out the woman to whom this happen ed while cooking believed it to be a sign that he was on his way home, and said, "It was he who had kicked the tortilla and made 't double up." No Difficulty at All. A well-known humorist was once amusing his companions with a run ning fire of puns, when one of them, a gentleman named Duulop, defied him to make a pun on his name. "Nothing easier," came the lmmedluto retort. "Lop off half and It Is 'Dun.' - Lemon Juice For Freckles Girls! Make beauty lotion at home for a few cents. Try Itl Squeeze the Juice of two lemons Into a buttle containing three ounces of orchard white, shake well, and you have a quarter pint of the best freckle, sunburn and tan lotion, and complex Ion whltener, at very, very small cot. . Your grocer has tho lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of orchard white for a few cents. Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion into the face, neck, arms and hands and see how freckles, sunburn nnd tan disappear and how clear, soft and white the skin becomes. Vesl It Is harmless. Adv. MERELY PART OF CEREMONY Parson Had Done What He Could, Considering the Amount of Fee Coming to Him. Two darkles were suing for divorce. It was necessary for the old parson who had married them to testify. He appeared and this colloquy ensued: Judge Nigger, what's your name? Parson William Lewis, C. W. B. M.. yoh honah. Judge Io you know this couple? Parson Yas, suh, 1 do. Judge Iid you marry them? Parson No, suh ! Judge rildn't marry 'em? Why, they have proof you did. Parson Mchhe so, boss, but yo' see It was Ink (lis. Pat jailer nigger come to me an' said he'd gib me $2 to marry him. I sez "All right," anil he went and got dat ole woman and brung her to de church. Just befo' tie ceremony he 'low as how he ain't got but six bits to gib me. Boss, I couldn't puhform no reg'lar ceremony lak dat for a measly six bits, so I just read de Christian Endeavor pledge ober dem and turned dem loose. Chicago Daily News. Cuticura Stops Itching. The Soap to cleanse and Ointment to soothe and heal most forms of Itching, burning skin and scalp affections. Ideal for toilet use. For free samples address, "Cuticura, Dept. X, Boston." Sold by druggists and by mail. Soap 25, Ointment 25 and 50. Adv. ADDED BEAUTY TO GARDENS World Owes Debt to Frenchman Who Improved on the Glory of the Lilac Blossom. One of France's war gardeners of 1S70-71 won immortality by studying his plants, instead of tending his gar den merely as a way to help out with the food supply. Like most war gar deners, he did not give his attention exclusively to vegetables but planted a few flowers, and It was with these that he had conspicuous success. In 1871 Victor Lenmine began his experiments in cross-fertilizing differ ent species of liiac. lie took up this work to get his mind away from the troubles of his country, for a German garrison was quartered in his native town, Nancy, and the rest of France, except the doomed provinces of Alsace Lorraine, was slowly buying back its freedom from the same hated pres ence. Lemoine's sight at that time was very bad, so he planned and had his wife execute. That was the origin of the wondrous group of shrubs known today through out the civilized world as "French lilacs," with their great trusses of beauteous bloom. It is Lemoine's best known work, though not his only one. He recreated the mock orange, the deutzla, the weigelia, the delphinium and a score of other perennials and shrubs. A New Excuse. Jinunie had gone to bed 'way up the dark stairs and into his scary black bedroom. Shortly thereafter his moth er heard him call in a frightened voice, "Ma, I wisht you'd come up here." She went up. "Ma, won't you keep the light burn ing in here? I uh It's so dark I can't see to sleep." Just a Dream. "I dreamt I dwelt in marble halls." "Eh?" "Fell asleep In the union depot." Louisville Courier-Journal. 4Md Mervous Mothers JL ni An- B iia.il v CHm m k mint i LYDIA . PMICHAM'S IMsEMBIE COMPOUND f Fpir, a Don't Neglect a Bad Bade! It's Mighty Poor Policy to Worry Along Thus Handi capped When Health and Strength Is So Needed THE man or woman handicapped with a bad back in these time when physical fitness is so necessary, is indeed crippled. It's mighty poor policy to worry along with an aching back day after day; work is neglected and the simplest duties are a burden. Plowing, planting, harvesting, chum, ing, the daily housework all throw a heavy strain on the kidneys and kidney ills, with attendant backache, are a common result. Don't wait I Neglect may mean gravel, dropsy or Bright's disease. Get box of Doan's Kidney Pills today. They have helped thousands. They should help you. Personal Reports of Real Cases AN OHIO CASE. Mm. E. Freeman, 023 R. St. Clnlr St., I'ulnesvtlle, Ohio, says: "My back wus weak and the rains In It wtre as though I had been beaten. It was such a steady ache and It hurt me dreadfully, espe cially when I leaned over. My kidneys were not acting right at all. and mornings when I arose I felt stiff and lame. My ankk-s and wrists were puffed up and sats formed underneath my eyes. Upon the advice of another of the fam ily I bought Doan's Kidney I'llls and used them. They helped me so much I continued using them until I wua feeling fine again." DOAN'S fiOc a Rn At All Un. P..lLf ElU The Broken Heart. "I suppose," said the pretty young matron who was inclined to flirt when the flirting was safe, "you've broken many a woman's heart?" "No," replied the handsome cap tain. "I don't think I ever broke the heart of more than one woman in my life." "Then you did brenk the heart of one ! Tell me about it." "It was several year ago before the beginning of the war. I was traveling In Europe, nnd rode In one of the compartment cars they have over there. A woman got in. We were alone together. She was young about your age and pretty. I saw at once that she was an American. For hours we rode on, and no one else entered our compartment." "Yes?" "I never said a word to her or gave her a chance to say anything to me." Pityton News. He Knew. Kind Old Lady And what do little boys say when they are given candy? Little Boy Gosh, izzat all I get? Keep a cloeewatch on your stom ach this summer. We need all our fighting Btrength. War work change of diet will make us all easier prey to stomach and bowel trouble than ever before. It is so easy to become overheated on a blazing hot day, especially after eating a hearty meal. And then the excessive heat makes us flood our 6tomachs with all kinds of cold drinks. That's bad at any time; much worse even danger ous when there is the slightest feeling of stomach trouble. Keep the stomach 6weet and cool and free from too much acid that's about all that is neces Bary. It's not so much the diet as to keep the poison from start ing trouble. You can easily do this if you will just take a tablet or two of EATONIC after your meals. M Mie (Hardest in S Should Profit by the Experience of These Two Women Buffalo, N. Y. "I am tho mother of four children, and for neany inree years i sunerea irom ui my Dacjt ana siae, ana a general weakness. I had pro fessional attendance most of that time but did not seem to get well As a last resort I decided to try Lydia K Pinkham's Vegetable Compound which I had seen advertised in the newsmDers. and in twa weeks notinerl a marked improvement. I now iree irom pain ana worK.--ju.rs. is. is. zoxinska, 202 Weiss Street. Buffalo, N. Y. Portland, Ind. "I had a displacement and suffered bo badly from it at times I could not be on my feet at alL I was all run down and so weak I could not ao my nouseworfc, wa3 oown at nignt. 1 took treatments from a physician uut luevum not neip me. Lvrli K Pinkham'a Vo i it and now I am strong and well again and da I my uwu worn, anu i give .Lyaia ii.. lonmiam 3 Compound the credit." lira. Josbphihb Kimble, 935 West Every Sick Woman Should Try IYDIA C.MNKHAM 4 ANOTHER OHIO CASE. Henry Talmer, retired engineer, 223 Cole St., Iiarnfsvllle, Ohio, says: "Over-exertion and expos ure In the army iiroupht on my kidney trouble. The pains were so severe, I was In misery. My fort and hendx swelled twice their natural size and when I stooped I had dizzy spells. My kidneys were in terrible shape and I had to get up often at nlphl on ac count of this weakness. Some ona who had been cured by Doan's Kidney Pills told me to try them and I did. They made a perma nent cure and I feel sure that they have prolonged my life and spared me a lot of suffering." KIDNEY PILLS :11 s d. m v m i in On the Link. positively talks "Edith with her eyes. "And I suppose when she feels like swearing she just gives a cursory glance." FRECKLES Now U U Tim to Get Rid of TheM Uf l Spot Tbm'i no lonjrir I he Rllchtntt n of foiling aphsmfrd of your fr-ekleg, an Othiop deubl BtrfDgtb Is ffuuriiDtecU to remote tiiew borne! BfK.tS. Simply fret an ounce of Otbine dnuhto strength from your lrucist, and apply a little of it night anl morning nnd you should hood ne that even the worst frwkles bate begun to dis appear, while the lighter ones hare vanished en tirely. It is seldom that more than one ounc la nfeded to completely rear the ekfn and gala ft beautiful clear complexion. Be mire to ask for the riouhle strength Othin SB this la sold under guarantee of money fcaclE U it falls to remove freckles. Adv. His Training. 'Hp certainly is a man of fetching mnnners." "Why not? He used to be a waiter. Teachers in Montreal (Canada) Catholic schools ask Incrensed pay. r ESiis I EAT0NIC is the wonderful new compound that absorbs the harm ful gases and juices and almost instantly drives away stomach misery. Instead of sudden and painful attacks of indigestion, after you begin using EATONIC you'll for get you have a stomach. And there will be no more heartburn, food repeating, sour stomach, gas pains, or that lumpy, bloated feeling yon have so often experienced after eating. Then your appetite you know how card it is to satisfy in hot weather eat one or two EATONIC Tablets a half hour be fore meale and you will enjoy the re sults and feel better in every way. These are a few reasons why yon should start using EATONIC today and lortify your stomach against the chanca trouble this summer. It costs only 50o for a big package. Your druggist whom you kr.0 and can trust, will promptly refund your money it you are not more than satisfied. a temale trouble with pains continued its use and am able to do all my house- nervous and could not lie juy Aunt recommended. Race Street, Portland, lad. MEDICINE CO. LYNN. MASS.