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On the Road of Good Intentions s % tow WHO IN \ IH'WORU» is IT? SOMTrliM# . IMPORWNTJL «Pf®? A&fcNTLEMMJ iSAiS ITS WORM! 1 □ vfat totio Ol W when oit> you ÖET W fßW'l uMPa? SURt. I i n oßpec mk v mm . I .f. t I He's Not at the Movies , Boy! ^«SoreV do voose — TAKE AVI Ad —.''lost—WHITE BULLDOG, SS REWARD FOR RETV>RVi TO tresr? SPIKE KELLY " VCUOW WHERE WE IS A.T <? ^7 7 ' WILL VA RE ALLY GIVE *5 To 0 Git ser dawgî Jo. o. •LJsk? ( 0 vN % 7 5k uo AW Km \ UANJE TMEMTM-FWE eeV 4 TS m ADVJAMCe T but m > Gcouua vvjvyr per L VA1VA ' \ - \\ l o I «? P 7 Newjpeper Usuon ew. We Agree With Felix Hi ! You Boor simp don't Drive so fast and LOOK. WHERE YOU'RE GOINC -SOU KNOW YOUR. UFE INSURANCE ISrtT PA© THIS MONTH YET - You MUST ThiNK YOU CAN DRIVE AS WEIL , AS MR.DERKS -WELL OUST REMEMBER YOU CAN*! -you're still a beginner. __ TW RE TÏRED OF The NOISE AND WRANGLE AND "Turmoil of ihe city so decide to take a TtUP INTO THE COUNTRY OVER THE WEEK-END 1 fC t - £ «h ï m *®*-s 1 (Ö % 7A. w <0^ SAYf LAYOFF The RACKET WHLYA WHAT*» THE U5E UV ME TRYIN'TO GET AWAY FROM THE NOISE U M IRE GTY IF YOU KEEP UP THAT EVER LASTIN' YOWL quit trning Tb Show off -Suppose * C. ANOTHER CAR, HAD COME AROUND >"VJ3TRE CORNER,! DonYlETThE ENGINE KNOCK LIKE THAT ON THE , 1 HILLS -SHIFT -PONV YOUHEARME: I- 3î^V* f T.| Y & * 5 r <3 ;_ o S3 C! o: O'.—-— m ,578 PU 7 'M j. (,FvIW?l ELL-i ( Children Cry For Contents 15 tluid 9 I ^riTiiimiv. 11 \\ h A I .ALCOHOL-3 PER CWT. j AVe^cWblePrcparatofaAs ! the Food bySe^oto 1tngthcStomadcandBaweto ( »j Special Care of Baby. That Baby should have a bed of its own all are agreed. Yet it is more reasonable for an infant to sleep with grown-ups than to use a man's medicine in an attempt to regulate the delicate organism of that same infant. Either practice is to be shunned. Heither would be tolerated by specialists in children's diseases. Your Physician will tell you that Baby's medicine must be prepared with even greater care than Baby's food. A Baby's stomach when in good health is too often disarranged by improper food. Could you for a moment, then, think of giving to your ailing child anything but a medicine especially prepared for Infants and Children ? Don't be deceived. Make a mental note of this:—It is important, Mothers, that you should remember that to function well, the digestive organs of your Baby must receive special care. Bo Baby is so abnormal that the desired results may be had from the use of medicines primarily prepared for grown-ups. BOTHERS SHOULD READ THE BOOKLET THAT IS AROUHO EVERY BOTTLE OF FLETCHER*8 CASTORIA Thereby Promoting Dites«« 1 Cheerfulness and RestCootJ« neither Opium,Morphlnenor Miner al. Not Nab c otic MirtStr*. 1E& SU» I §;■ «jaiasîïôîw •tlfl j| resulting therefr om 111 lufo nc; : racSiraile Si jnatareo t îjï - GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS sj Bears the Signature nf ^ I 1st CEHTATmCotW««. tjTTW' VQRK-j .i m 7T & I , w » i » * : Copy of Wrapper. TW1 CKNTAUW COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY, Gives Charming New Shade to Old Lingerie PUTNAM FADELESS DYES—dyes or tints as you wish 10 Cents Bug's Eggs. Superintendent Coiner of the Whites :own schools took some figs, which his mother Intended for cooking, without he! knowledge. The following con versation ensued: "Did you get some of the figs, Philip?" "Yes." "What did you do with them?" "I threw them away." "What did you do that for?" "Well, mother; I bit into one and it h«.d bug's eggs in it, and I wasn't going to eat bug's eggs, was I?"—In dianapolis News. Doctors Declare Music Heals. Music, as a powerful healing agency foi physical as well as mental mala dies, was one of the principal topics of discussion at the annual meeting ol the Tri-State Medical association at Memphis recently. Approximately 250 physicians and surgeons from Mis souri, Arkansas and Tennessee heard this subject discussed. The physicians were enthusiastic in boosting music as a healer and classed it. in certain cir cumstances, as almost as effective as drugs. Not in the Defying Business. "I see where a scientist has dis covered how to hurl thunderbolts," said the garrulous stranger. "Well," replied the crusty old gen tleman w'ho wns absorbed in a book, "the discovery means nothing to me. Let him hurl his thunderbolts. My j name's not Ajax—it's Smith."—Bir mingham Herald. Fitting a Shce. "The shoe won't fit her and that's the truth." "Can't you stretch the truth a little?" asked the boss. There never was a rich man who didn't do more kindly deeds than he was given credit for. 8 a Watch me," said * the strong swimmer, m not afraid ! ii r So he matched his strength against the swirl of the rapids, and laughed at the danger, and kept repeating the stunt, until— It was the day the life-savers had been waiting for—that day the call for help came. It's an easy matter to smile at coffee warnings when you're going strong. But a good many strong swimmers won't risk the rapids, and a good many coffee drinkers are beginning to think of the caffeine in coffee. Coffee can disturb nerves and digestion, and often it does. There's a safe and satisfying course for everybody in the selection of a table drink. Postum has charm without harm. It's the safe drink for all, and probably, therefore, it's the better drink for jpou. Thousands have found it better, and fully satisfying, for them. Your grocer has both forms of Postum : Instant Postum (in tins) made instantly in the cup by the addition of boiling water. Postum Cereal (in packages of larger bulk, for those who prefer to make the drink while the meal is being prepared) made by boiling for fully 20 minutes. There's a Reason" for Postum << Msda by Postum Cereal Company, Inc., Battle Creek, Michigan WHO SAID -'WEAKER VESSEL"? Little Incident Shows How Much Chance Mere Man Has With Real Mistress of Finance. Mrs. Norman Whitehouse, the pa trician ex-suffragist who has gone in ro the leather business, said at a tea in New York: "Woman should succeed magnifi cently in business, siie is such a past grand mistress of finesse. "I know ii pretty girl who once took the part of palmist in a gypsy tent at a fair. A young man came In to have his fortune told, and the pretty girl, holding his hand in hers tenderly, said ; " 'You have an extraordinary char acter. Your most remarkable quality is generosity. You hate skinflints, you despise the money hoarder, and you look ou avarice as a shameful vice. A large and almost reckless liberality marks your path through life.' " 'Thank you,' said the young man. blushing and giggling. 'You are flat tering me, I'm afraid.' " 'Not at all,' said the pretty girl, 'and now Tm going to wrap you up these three dozen tickets for ouc tur key raffle. They're only a simoleon apiece. Three tenâ, a tive, and a one. Thank you ; that's just right.' " Quick, the Emergency Brake. Mrs. Junebride—Stop the ear at once. Her Husband—What's the matter, dearie? Mrs. Junebride kissed me once in the last mile. You haven't When a woman expresses a wish her husband generally has to pay the charges. When a man doesn't care wlmt's for breakfast it If a pretty good sign that It is the morning after. Raid Hairpin Stands. The universality of the acquisitive instinct is shown by the number of women who take away hairpins from an uptown hairdressing establishment. Each cubicle contains a tray on which are scattered varicolored hairpins. A member of the fair sex may have her coiffure surfeited with the wiry hold ers, yet she will stuff what she can find into her bag. "It eez the habit, perhaps," sighed the artist <>f the wave, "nor do ze ladies care what color their hair may be; dark pins or light pins, it eez all the same to them."—Chicago .Tournai. Sold at Last. Persistency in inserting the same ad vertisement, with no diange of word ing or illustration, is a trait of some advertisers. A prospective customer wrote to a firm whose advertisement never seemed to change: "Have noted your picture of one pair corduroy pants in 'Home Maga zine' for past' four months. More l see of them better I like them. If not sold as yet, please enter my order for same."—Forbes Magazine. The Common Conversation. "So you want to put a radio outfit in Crimson Gulch?" "That's the idea," answered the af fable stranger. "You can sit down of an evening and hear what's goin' on for miles around." "That wouldn't interest anybody much. All we'd be likely to hear fur miles around would be 'gimme three cards' or 'that's good,' or such re marks."—Washington Star. The more reputation a man has th« more disappointed other men are when they meet him. All who joy would win must she*« it—happiness was born a twin.